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1. 1 V j t .if; ! ,1 STATE OHHCXNlOLfc, FKIDAY,' OCTOBER 10 T;kc Jitatc (Elvvoiivdc BY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. Kvry Morning Except Monday. THE CASH PRICE OF CHRONICLE 13 5.00 per year: $3.0t for 6 months; il.50 for 3 months. RASSY SNIFFLES. Blacks and whites are living together in the Scuth in paevi and contentment. 'Ihtyki c v tacn other. They uuoei staDd each other. Tht-y 'near tU e faults of eacQ other. The bkek man bears with the occasional high temtr of the white man and respects his just pride of rac3, while the white man loves iOMMlTXICATIONS RELATIVE TO luc U11C au O the Business Department of this paper change him as a servant for any race on snould be addressed The State Chroxi- th tJ T( wilif mn r-ontribute CLE. Raleigh, N. C, and all Drafts, Checks the earth- 1Ue wmte man oninou and Postal Money Orders should be made of his money and of his tir .e and his THE BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial JL Rooms of tee Chronicle are on the second floor of No. 216, Fayetteville St. payable to "The Chronicle Pub. Co. JOSEIMIUS DANIELS, - - Editor. D. II. I3ROWDER, - Bus. Manager. HAL. W. AVER - - Aso. Editor. Eqval and Exact Justice to all 3Ien, of "Whatever State or Persuasion, Re ligious or Political. Thos. Jefferson. FRIDAY, OCT. 10, 1890. DEMOGRATIGJOMINEES mm .nil H for Cruet Jnsuce n tu Bumema court i UJKD9 Mm HON. A. S. MERRIMON. sympathy to relieve the want' and suf fering of his kind-hearted black neigh bor, and in turn the black man generally dees well his duty in his station of life. Each has his own sphere in which to act, and each one does not encroach on the other. uch is the condition cf the South to-day. But hark! What discordant note breaks the calmness of the situation? What officious, heartless, mercenary outsider obtrudes his hateful, baleful presence to change Peace and Prosperity into War and Desolation ? It is the Rabid Radical party. It plays the part of the busy-body step-mother. In it comes, and sows the seed of mutual dislike and hatred and For ASSO. JUS. Of the Supreme Court mistrust between white and black. HON. WALTER CLARK. FOR SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE. 1st District Geo. H. Brown, Jr.,o' Beau fort. 2nd District Henry R. Bryan, of Craven. 4th District Spifr Whitaker, of Wake, oth District R W. Winston, of Granville. 6th District E. T. Boykiv, of Sampson. 7th District James D. McIver, of Moore. Sth District R. F. Armfield, of Iredell. iOth District J no. GrayBynum.oI Burke 11th District W. A. Hoke, of Lincoln. FOR SOLICITOR. 1st District J. H. Blount. of Perquimans 2nd District J. M. Grizzard, of Halifax. 3rd Disirict J no. E. WooDARD,of Wilson. 4th District E. W. Pou, Jr., of Johnston, oth District E. S. Parker, of Alamance. 6th District O. H. Allkn, of Lenoir, vth District Frank McNeill, of Rich mond. 8th District B. F. Long, of Iredell, ifth District W. W. Barber, of Wilkes. 10th District W.C.NEWLAND.of Caldwell 11th District F. I. Osi.orne, of Mecklen burg. 12th District Geo. A. Jones, of Macon. To the Black Man it says : You are deprived of your Rights. You are not permitted to vote. You are slaves to-day, as you were in 1850. You need to be protected. We propose to place at your disposal the Army this Great Republic. Did you ever see a man and his wife living together in happiness and mutual love, and did you ever see that happy state destroyed by the presence cf the shrill long-tongued mother-in- law'? We vtr'Te to rtinark that the closest friendship cannot sund the ton gue of blunder an. insinuation. What does the Lodge Bill mean? and what means the agitation cf the negro ques tion by the Northern taoatics? Why simply this: The good will the amity existing between white and black at the South must be destroyed; for with it goes rETEd Jl. WILSON, fcSQ. The Chronicle has watched the growt' of W:r;t n Sa'err. wih increasing prid. i mtr-sr h h.i- lor or been ore o' i" rrh CirnlinaV bvt tows, popnlat- u V h body of industrious .- five and vij; oous yoaug meu wuo believed in them "ves and tbt- po-s bilities of their town. It.- growth has not been in any way phe nonnal. It has been at a steady and fairly rapid gait, wincing new citizens and extending its business operations steadily. A few months ago, some of the more enterprising citizens of th? piace bought a large plot of land adjoining the town and announced their purpose of build ing a $100,000 hotel and lending greater energies towards the iapidgrowth of their place. It was a happy thought and after the land had been purchased the most important question was : Who can best manage this great enterprise? For tunate were the stockholders in being able to secure as manager, Mr. Peter M. Wilson, of Raleigh, long Commis sioner of Immigration, a successful and versatile gentlemanand a man of un bounded faith in his State. The result shows how fortunate the company was when Mr. Wilson accepted their offer. The private sale of lots on the first day amounted to over $150,000, and was un precedented in the history of the State, and rivals the sales in any place. These sales were made without any barbe cues, excursions, or auctions. The private sale of lots made by Mr. Wilson personally in one day exceeds what any body else has done. He managed the entire business with the utmost economy and skill, and there has not been a hitch in the selection of lots or an un pleasant occurrence in the entire sale and allotment of lots. Winston-Salem is but on the thresh old of its great growth. In its future upbuilding no man will exert a larger in fluence than Mr Petes M Wilson. The Chronicle congratulates Wiri-ton-Sa- 1113 Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High est of all in leavening strength. U. S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. 1 1, 1 1 s, ram & i EXTRAORDINARY Showing Of MATERIALS I OR FOR CONGRESS. 2nd District-W. J. RERS,of Northamp- the prosperity of the South-and as m ton. 3rd District B. F. Grady, of Duplin. 4th District B. H. Bunn, ot Nash VENING WEAR The line of these goods we are now displaying em braces some of the loveliest and daintiest that we h ive ever brought to our coun ters. The variety of styles are almost innumerable, and eveiy conceivable tint may be seen. TINTED MULLS, TINTED LIS5E. GAl'ZE NttTS, GAUZE FLOUNCES, TINSEL NET?, TINSEL FLOUNCES, EMBROIDERED NETS, CRAPE DE CIITNES, DOTTED LISSE, Cheneilie, Polk and Coin Dot Flounces and All Overs, i bounces m the Ribbon, and elvet Effects, &c, &c. A magnificent exhibit of lovely stuffs, population. He is the leader of the i - Sth District A. H. A. Williams, of Gran ville. 6th District S. B. Alexander, of Meck lenburg. 7th District-J. S Henderson, of Rowan, fetn District W. H H. Cowles of Wilkes. Oth District W. T. Crawford, of Hay wood. WAKE COUNTY TICKET. For Clerk John W. Thompson. For Sheriff M. W. Page. For Register of Deeds S. M. Dunn. For Treasurer L. O. Loi gee. For Coroner Dr. a. J. Buffaloe. For Surveyor II. A. Chappell. WAKE CO. LEGISLATIVE TICKET For Senator A. C. Green For House of Representatives W. B. Ochurch, Geo. W. Davis, A. M. Sor uell, and A. D. Jones. MY FRIENDA WORD WITH VOL". Do you know that every man who de tires to vote at this election must regis ter anew? Even if you have registered and voted before, you must register again tinder the new Election Law to vote this year. Do you want the Republicans to carry the election and have your neighbors evident tendency towards Rule or Ruin S arrested and put in jail as in 1869? If The ide3 of Marcn was not more mo nOl, REGISTER auU VOT THE JJEMULKAI 10 , ... TICKET mentous to the Republic of Rome than Do you wish the negro to get control will be the fourth of November, 1S90, of your county and State? If not, reg- to the Republic of these United States: LSTEit and vote for the Democratic that d , pr6gnaat with the fate of NOMINEES. Do you not know that every negro our Republic. in the State will register and vote? 1S0O-65 as the North built on the ashes of the South, so to-day again will she grow fat on our misfortune and prosper on our calamity. Shall it be? White men and black men will you not all join hands and at the polls in Novem ber rebuke this common enemy this stirrer up of strife this Ransy Sulfites the Republican party? We appeal to the peace loving citizens of North Carolina. You white men who assert that the Democratic party brought on the late war (in which you are wrong), and who on this account have voted the Republican ticket. You Quakers in the East and in the West, and you old-liae Whigs every where one and all we ap peal to you to look just in our front and see the yawning abyss of race conflict, and God forbid, of civil strife, we fear again and as men with consciences and with grave duties to perform to unite with the conservative men of North Carolina and stop the wild rush of the new-time Republican party, with its growing army of young men in North Carolina who are making it rich and prosperous. W. H. & It. S. TUCKER & CO., Raleigh, N. C. NOW WE KNOW HE IS BEAT. PIANO IAXO s AND AND ORGANO RGANO. The Salisbury correspondent of the Charlotte Chronicle gives an account of the recent joint discussion between Hon. ; Joun S. Henderson, the Democratic can-; didate for Congress, and Ped Thomas, ' the Anti-Railroad Commission, Inde- pendent Republican, Farmers' Adiance, j L'ibor Union candidate. We clip: "Mr. Thomas claimed to b? for the Alliance, but Mr. Henderson read a let- 1 tor from Capt. Syd. Alexander saying Thomas bad opposed the Railroad Com-1 mission and low tariff, and did not have ! any claims on the Alliance. Thomas ; had a spat with an Allianceman in the i crowd who disputed his claims, and while the crowd cheered, Thomas shook ! his first at the crowd, and said 'Damn.'" i STOCK THE LARGEST. Terms the Best. JPi-ice the Lowest. Kuabe, Kranich & Rach, Wegman Kimball THE SUCCESS OF THE hitoi Imn 1 km SOCIETY Coal W; L "ear- . . I G v - OF ISTEW Is attracting wide attention, for the fol lowing reasons: 1st. The increase in the amount of new Insurance in 1889 was 0G per cent, over that of the previous year. 2d. New business in 1S39 nearly twenty millions of dollars. 3d. The ratios of payments for Death Claims and Expenses to amount at Risk are LOWER than those of the oldest and largest Life Insurance Com panies of New York; and the Ratios of Assets to Liabilities in the Provident Savings Life are LARGER, being $206 for every f 100 of Liabilities, while in the three largest ot the New York Companies thcRa'.ios are a.s $127, $118 and 81 OS Ij every $100 of their Lia bilities. 4t.h. Life Insurance at ACTUAL COST, that brings insurance within the reach of many heretofore uuable to carry it. Sth. It never costs one half the price charged for it in "Best Old" Style Life Companies," whose exp.nenca proves that hardly 39 percent, of their Prem ium Receipts were necessary to insure the lives of their Policy-holders; while the balance was used FOR SOMETHING ELSE besides insurance. 6th. Past experience shows that the better the plans of the Society are known, the greater its income becomes. To know what these plans are, call at the Company's office in Greensboro, N. C, or on any of my Agents in the State. J. S. JON It ; ; cruriitjiv; v, . ' - -; soot, r-r,u:r.J well as ni.:.r:,,. . ; be cia.k- - suitable for , "" I'rei-a. ; ,.v. 1 Stove, hi.-.- - direct ir..:., - .' ; :;-' . J ones M-v-. Pocahouta. purest an, i i,. ... the mor?r e ,! ant: LXE MIXES V. V - , best of aLthr."'- " and gives ir.-.r..''.. in utock, all Red Asa, a, , kind ot c.af ai !' direo; o jijv ,. ' month rill-.-.i at -:-.". 31iller, Kimball, Needam BANJOS, n UITARS, ANJOS, VTUITARS. TI'LIN IO IOLINS, Then so must every wuite man. Do you want negro Yankee soldiers with drawn bayonets to meet you at the polls and dictate to you how to vote ? If not, be sure your name is on the the registration books, and do not fail to vote the straight Democratic ticket. You can't register after Oct. 24th so register at once. Don't say you have not time take time your hap piness depends on it; the good name and prosperity of your State depends on it; 1i0nest government and white man's control depends on it. dont wait. Delay may cost the defeat of the party. LET THE TEACHERS RALLY. THE PENSION STEAL. All Democratic papers will please copy and keep at the top of the column of each iss u vntil after the election. Ed. Chambers Smith, Chm'n. Dem. State Ex. Com. HOW THE TARIFF INCREASES PRICES. Messrs. Spenoe Bros., of Raleigh, have axes for sale. They sell from 800 to 1,000 every year, and the price they have been selling them at heretofore is sixty cents. This week Messrs. Spence have received a circular saying that here after the wholesale price charged per dozen at the manufactory will be 72 cents each. They cannot sell them in the fu tare for less than 90 cents. And yet in the face of this you now ana men una an ignorant or corrupt fellow who says that this tariff question is a mere bug-a-boo It amounts to adding 30 cents to the price of every axe that is bought. Is that nothing ? And not a cent of that additional price goes to the workingmen who make the axes. Every cent goes into tne lianas ot the manufacturers. IT IS AN ERROR. Prop. Alexander McIver is the Rad ical candidate for Congress. Some peo pie have supposed that the Prof. McIver who is a candidate for Congress is the popular and able young conductor of Teachers Institutes in the State. Not a bit of it. His name is Chas D. McIver and he is one the staunchest of staunch Demo crats, and does what all good Democrats do: Votes the straight Democratic ticket all the time. One of the most important features of the approaching Fair is the Educational Meeting, Thursday evening, October 16. Tbe programme has been prepared for the discussion of such educational prob lems as confront us, and the best think ers in the State have been invited to be present and assist in the discussion. Teachers every where are interested in this meeting; and they should manifest their interest by their presence. It de pends upon them to arouse interest in others, to agitate and discuss, to devise ways and means, and thus finally to pro duce public action. Let them rally to this meeting. Let the Bingham School, the Horner School, and the Davis School ach send a battalion of cadets; let the Colleges and the University send good delegations of professors and stu dents; let the graded schools be well rep resented; and tbey may all rely upon the people of Raleigh to show an active, sympathetic, helpful and intelli gent interest in the advancement of ed ucation everywhere in North Carolina. Why should not a thousand teachers and active friends of education come to this meeting? We hope it is but the be ginning of a regular system of annnal meetings of teachers in the Capital, and that it will be productive of good and lasting results. No profession succeeds in this day without organized and harmonious ef fort vers, the editors, the preachers, the pol iticians, ihe printers, the engineers or ganize and work together for the good of the profession. Let the teachers do likewise. WHAT PE.NSIONS COST. (BillArp.) j More than half the Grand Army were ' foreign hirelings and substitutes who j fought for the money and nothing else, ! and these are the fellows who are draw- j ing most of the pensions. They were ' hospital rats and camp-followers and j teamsters, and got sick easy, and have j played sick and disabled ever since, j Their nnmbers prove what a set they were nearly 3,000,000 against 700,000, i and they have 000,000 pensioners still j alive and kicking. Sam Jones told them j up in Missouri that if our boys had have known how bad we were whipping them ; they would have fought on until now. j "You fellers," said he, "are drawing all j the pensions, and that's right. You j fought for money, and you ought to have I it. Our boys fought for patriotism for love of their country, and they've got j that yet. You never conquered it out J of 'em, and you never will. So it's all I riht. Every soldiers cuht to have j what he fought for.' ' That is very finesarcasoi, but 1 am not happy as long as some of that pension j money comes out of me. If the war is j over hoTT many years must the south pay I out S-40,000,000, to northen soldiers and j dr tw none for her own ? If we could I pick out the patriots who really needed' a pension we wouldn't say a word, but j it's a northern outrage to continue this i business. It is an outrage on the north j a, well as the south, and if the Alliance ' don't stop it, it won't be stopped. The Alliance can do some big things if they will. The nation can't stand this extra vagance. How can the tariff be reform ed and reduced with an empty treasury? j Mr Cleveland left it full, but it's empty I - AND EVERYTHING IN THE MUSICAL LINE. Best line of AT LOWEST PRICES. Write us lor circulars, catalogues, &c. NORTH STATE MUSIU CO., Cecil G. Stone, Mq'r, 113 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. C. LO .V. LATE NEWS ITEMS. SHENDUN-- THE GEM OF VIRGINIA'S FAMOUS SHENANDOAH VALLEY. GRAND ALLOTMENT AND SALE OF LOTS, October 14, 1890. Rumple, Arendell & McCanless, REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND Insurance Brokers, SHENDUX, YA. Correspondence Solicited, References : Davis & Wiley, Bankers, . Salisbury, N. C. First National Bank, m n balisbury, N . C. The Grottoes Co.. Shendun, Ya. oct2-tf MANAGER. D. S. WAITT, AGT., Is On'eing SPECIAL BARGAINS IN f CLOTHING. Seasonable Furnishing Goods. Single and double breasted black Irock suites. Single breasted, lour - button cutaway and eack suits. Single breasted, straight cut sack feuitd. Extra size suits in sacks. Young men's business casst mere suits. Boys' and children's euits." Which will be sold at t le low est POSSIBLE PEl' E lor CASH. Gents' underwear, all grades. Gents' jeans and Canton hannel drawers. The Dia mond white shirts, col lars and cuffs. Fine neckwear, hosiery, gloves, suspender's. Collars, quite a varierv of smaller wear. Nobby soft hats for young men. Latest styles etiff hata in Dun lap A Youman's blocks Fine wide and medium Soft and StifFbrim 80ft bats, good Hats. article. Have a lot of sample hata, which are out of the regular line, bought verv cheap.and will sell accordingly. Umbrellas and Rub ber Coats. Plain gingham um brellas. 50 and COcts.; Fancy handle Gloria 05 cto.; Fancy handle Gloria, very "durable, 1.15; Fancv Silk, Glo f2.50, $3.00,.3.25; Fancv Alpaca, $2.50. 12.75. J. W. RUMPLE, Altornev at Law. F. B ARENDELL. N. B. McANLESS, Mining Engineer. YT T1K, 1 Ti. 1 , t J - I IVO-tl " . uumus,iuo uew miemai revenue col-1 lectior. with savincr that tha :n , "-j e iuo vjLLiut; Will ; -r-T- I I I - , - be moved from Statesville to Asheville. i -tOl rOr "LXl 0,11. The Cumberland Mills Manufacturing Company, of Cumberland, N. c, have recently thoroughly repaired their five story factory, added twelve high speed English plaid looms, and are putting in one of the finest celebrated "Brush"' dynamos, with 400 lights, having ato tal capacity of 123,000 candle power, which will brilliantly light the entire mam, and adjacent buildings. Thevare The farmers, the doctors, the law- ?.ne ? , 01 tDeir Pactions, ARE YOU READY If not, then visit the- B EE- EE- -TTIVE -JUL IVE- STORE TORE In the Republican Hand Book just is sued it is stated that $2 out of every $5 of the revenues of the government are paid to the old soldiers in the shape of pensions. This is a remarkable stata ment, but is true since the new pension laws have gone into effect. bright. POLITICAL GOSSIP. Mr. Richmond Pearson publishes this card in the Asheville Citizen: "I notice in to-day's Citizen that my name is an nounced as one of the delegates to the Republican county convention, and I feel obliged to say that this announce ment is unwarranted by any act or ut terance of mine. 3Iy position is now, as it has been for four vears, one of abso lute political independence." Every Democratic voter ought to have his name on the registration books with out delay. And select what you mav need. It is use lees to enumerate what we carrv in stock for we do not know ourselves, but simply' sav everything, at prices that cannot be dupli cated by any other house in the State. We wish to buy for spot cash anv'oldand odd furniture, pot ware, mattresses" and odds and ends you may have tor salt, at a bargain We especially ask all having things to self or wishing to buy, to call and see the ' BEE HIVE STORE, 1 18 S. Wilmington St. oct3-tf HOW TO MAKE MONEY! is the title of a 24-va.se namnhlAt 0,.1 by the Equitable Loan & Trust Co., 75 Mont gomery St., Jersey Citv. N. J. If you want to know how and where money will net the largest ujcome invested in real estate, either m large or small amounta, send eep21-DJtW3m Jewelry, Per(uni ery and Toilet boaps. octl-3mo8 Fancy cuff buttons, collar buttous, eruds, ecarf pins, badges and society pins; Bermuda water for the toilet and other perfumes; Col gate 8, Brown a and Kirk's toilet soaps. Call and examine my new goods. D. S. WAITT, A gt. TIDDtEWIIfS. THE LATEST RAGE. CALL AXD SEE THEM. Our junior buver h as in at Tcxtnrr, cA T-,. Baltimore and Sew York, and has bought a larcro lino o NOVELTI Among which, we expect to arrive to-dav a large assortment of Japanese Goods, Including ftrRFviATS' TRAYS. CRABS, (SLrtK r..S tptp tiion , DOLLS, iU4' And Many Novelties. hew assortment of 1)4 and 10 cent Jones sep'G-tl 1. ' 1 f. Is? f. : . -v - ' - "4? -! 4 . . -I- A-.. - . - , 1'- royal-germ; Is what yo-a ec-- . ;:v no- using sl i a . r. ".'. for Hbeuma;i-ra. I:, f .-.." '' ; tnrrh, erv.y;? Tr ; . General Delilitv, : f eases, a spcc.r; . ; .r v. ing pleases -.vr.: ;,, t. and oalcs col:;l--- Au. e. jor: COMMISSION viz; Daifcreiv::--; .. ..... . ot fine Mo::.:j;a A: - . I hand. Give m-.- a ' " ' Bank. ! THE- WALTE11S Mk GARMENT CI IMPOETED F EVL.Y I .: v THE TAlLiiK Is a comhinif.-L :.: . . ! handsome and ; cr: : ..- , THE NEW FALL ?: P.1CH I !1 G. N. eeplTtf Ridgeway High Sr: Foii LOi- N- - The rallSc.iuu t day, Sep:, ltd ,: ( ' Primary r.-i r " Ciasiei -r. 1 I: - ics. Mumc .n 1';:. Botrd (iri'-: i::.- ' WdrL::.- Halfcf th, advance and th- ' . Tae schola-r: y- . tinuous j'vs's-io:.? ' For further r: -JOHN Gii.i augS-wlmwdia--. :. IPEC'l INSTITUTE, KaU'1- The Mth year of Its iSth year it . September 3d. I" Baumank, who : -dation anywhere : continue as and Miss E. G. B tation is uiisur: ue to preside o .r: PARTMENT. f'-Vtrj the Faculty is her department. . JAMES DIXWID j (University of Vir::- ?"""', j d-w-tf ". We are also glad to state that we will be ready to show you the very latent ""88 in tne MILLINERY LINE Including both AMERICAN AND FRENCH STYLES. Woollcott&Son, 14 E, MARTIN STREET, GOOD KKA For Patronizing thf Ml" 1 I am pleasantly "-'-' of interest and on t--- ; the elite of the city r--- 3;v large dry goods hour-- - Tucker & Co. 2 1 find everythi i Moseley Houe, and tec. 4 they make me so. .. . 3 1 find the Dining Hi -. Gentlenen well carol ' 3 -ny seaside resort - no Fly Fana keep one cool can enjoy one of the " wayagetat the Most-:: 4 An enterprise th -5 1 t ahould appreciate -G P3- j ley Houae.