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BTAE OHKOKIOL1C, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19.
Ad BY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. Evry Morning Except Monday. THE CASH PRICE OF CHRONICLE Id per year; ?3.00 for 6 months; tl.50 for 3 months. THE BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial Rooms of the Chronicle are on the second lioor of No. 216, Fayetteville St. COMMUNICATIONS RELATIVE TO the Business Department of this paper snould be addressed The State Ciiuoni clk, Raleigh, N. C, and all Drafts, Checks and Postal Money Orders should be made payable to "the chronicle pub. uo." JOSEPH US DANIELS, - - Editor. D. II. I1ROWDER, - Bus. Manager. HAL. W. AYER - - Asso. Editor. Equal and Exact Justice to all Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, Re ligious or Political. Thos. Jetferson. SUNDAY, OUT. IP, 1890. DEM0GRAT1GJ0MINEES, Tor Chief Justice of lb Supreme Court : HON. A. S. MEIUUMON. For Asso. Jus. of the Supreme Court HON. WALTER CLARK. FOR SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE. 1st District Geo. H. Brown, Jii.,of Beau fort. 2nd DistricfcIlENRY R.BuYAN,of Craven. 4th District Spier Wiiitaker, of Wake. 5th District R W. Winston.of Granville. 6th District K. T. Boykin, of bampson. 7th District James D. McIver, of Moore. 8th District A. F. Arm field, of Iredell. iOth District Jno. Gray BYNUM.of Burke 11th District W. A. Hoke, of Lincoln. FOR SOLICITOR. 1st District J. II. BLOUNT.of Perquimans 2nd District J. M. Grizzard, of Halifax. 3rd District J no. E. WoODARD.of Wilson. 4th District E. W. Pou, Jr., of Johnston. 5th District E. S. Parker, of Alamance. 6th District O. H. Allen, of Lenoir, vth District Frank McNeill, of Rich mond. 8th District B. F. Long, of Iredell. 9th Dlstrict-W. W. Barber, of Wilkes. 10th District W.C.NEWLAND.of Caldwell 11th District F. I. Osborne, of Mecklen burg. 12th District Geo. A. Jones, of Macon. compelled to submit to the frying opera tion for the purpose of electing servile Republican Presidents and Congress men, who m return will do their bidding. To tb.U3 state in the plainest language the legislation of the present Congress, without going into the details which would add force to the statement, is to convict the Republican party of crimes against all agricultural sections, against all consumers, and particularly against the people who reside in the Southern States, which calls for the protestation and denunciation of all patriotic men. The great papers of the country have not been slow to point out the iniquit ous legislation and the corrupt practices of the Republican party. The tim,eJias come when it is the duty of everynran who love3 his country lo withdraw from the party which enacts such legislation as we have recited. It is not surprising to us that all over the country and particularly in the south men who have been life-long Republi cans havo publicly announced their withdrawal from the party because of its late tendencies and its unjust, harsh leg islation. The Chronicle has been glad to print letters from prominent North Caroli na Republicans giving their reasons for becoming Democrats, and those reasons have been convincing. The surprising thing to us is that instead of only a few Republicans repudiating the party they have not left it by the hundreds and the thousands. To be sure we have not ex pected that aDy of the "bread and butter brigade" would be influenced by patriotic instincts to repudiate the party. They became Republicans "for re venue only," and they will remain in the party just so long as it pays them fo do so and no longer. In the language of Flannagan, of Texas, "that's what they are there for." Such fellows are not to bj influenced by argu ment. They are guided by the words of Hosea Bigelow expressed by James Rus sel Lowell : no longer ie- i FOR CONGRESS. 1st District W.A.B. BRANCH.of Beaufort. 2nd District W. J. IlOGERS,of Northamp ton. 3rd District B. F. Grady, of Duplin. 4th Distrlct-B. H. Bunn, of Nash. 5th District A. II. A. Williams, of Gran ville. 6th District S. B. ALEXANDER, of Meck lenburg. 7th District J. S Henderson, of Rowan. 8th District W. H II. Cowles of Wilkes. Uth District W. T. Crawford, of Hay wood. WAKE COUNTY TICKET. "Its not by principles nor men My onward course is steadied. I scents what pays the best And goes for it bald-headed." For Clerk John W. Thompson. For Sheriff M. W. Paoe. For Register of Deeds S. M. Dunn. For Treasurer L. O. Lougee. For Coroner Dr. a. J. Buffaloe. For Surveyor II. A. Chapfell. WAKE CO. LEGISLATIVE TICKET For Senator A. C. Green For House of Representatives W. B. Upchurch, Geo. W. Davis, A. M. Sor rell, and A. D. Jones. We repeat that we have not been sur prised that men whose Republicanism is office-deep and dollar-wide have not left the party. They have resolved to stand by it and to defend it to the last moment of time provided they are given a fat office. They will talk with Democrats and abuse some Republican now and then. They may scratch a ticket occa sionally. But they will never protest against bayonets at tho polls, against the oppression of the people, or against anything at anytime that does not put money in their pockets. It has been a source of wonder and as tonishment to us that those Republicans who have been honest aud unselfish in their devotion to their party could keep silent under the infamous and oppres sive legislation of their party. This leg islation has been directed at them as well as at their Democratic neighbors. It does surprise us now that the Re publican partyhas thrown off its mask and become the confessed enemy of the peace and prosperity of the South, that any respectable and thoughtful North Caro linian can consent to remain a member of a party which has so flagrantly broken its promises and deceived its own adhe rents. It is beyond our comprehension how any patriotic Southern man can fail to repudiate the Republican party since its late legislation. Numbers of Republicans in every Southern State have declared Iheir abnorrorco of Re publican legislation and left the party. Why should not every Southern Re- owu section, that he could mam in its rants. I then enquired if he thought other Repubiic:us at this juncture of peril to the S: ith -vou'd come over to theDem ocrauc party ? He r-j plied that undoubt edly many would, acd that if a cordial ecoptbn ere tendered, that in his opin ion ih-re, would oe a general exodus of white Republicans ad along the line. .Mr. Moore has long been a prominent Republican, and was for several years Solicitor of the second Judicial District, elected by the Republicans. He is an able lawyer and had the reputation of being a fine prosecuting officer. JIaj. Wm. A. Guthrie's Reasons. The Chronicle has already published in full the reasons which actuated Maj. Wm. A. Guthrie, a leading citizen of Durham, and an able and upright law yer, to declare that he would vote for the Democratic nominees. He published a letter from W. E. Webb, (a Demo crat so called) who agreed, in considera tion of the appointment as census super visor (to quote his own language:) "Tnat the Republicans in each county in my District shall have the control of the patronage and that I will lend my influence to that party." He also prints a certiticate signed by D, D. Long to the effect that he de sires to join the Republican party. Long says under oath and in the presence of a witness : "If that party should favor me with its recognition I promise to be a worker in its interests and to lend my entire enflu ence to them as a party in their elec tions." These certificates were procured by Jno. F. Woody a revenuo officer of Per son county, and a letter is published al" so from Congressman Brower showing that he is an office-broker and uses the offices under a Republican administra tion with which to buy "purchasable Democrats." The letters and affidavits Maj. Guthrie picked up by accident near Durham. They showed such po litical rascality that Maj. Guthrie thought it his duty to publish them and to decline to support the Republican nominees. X From Maj. Guthrie's trenchant and vigorous card we quote the following : it is said tnat History constantly re- peats use:t, ana "tnat which is now hath been and that which is to be hath already been." Like causes produce like effects, and "there is nothing new under the sun." I have thought for several years that the "revenue ring North Carolina had become about as cor rupt in politics as the devil could well The strong an 1 able letter of Mr. Francis D. Winston, i s Sta'e Senator and Rep-ib1. c:i noaiin fr Judge, giv ing his reijoc r r j i nog the Demo cratic p-u-ty hHv b-.v.. ?tely given in tbase columns. Ti -y ?u y be sumnvd up as these: 1. Because the Reub -can Congress regard for the right of free and abolished had no soeech and discussion, pariiamntlary rights, lie say.-: The National Hou3 of R presenta tives, abandoning all prerenal to calm, wise and impartial deii oration has re pressed free speech, fre inquiry and free discussion, has appointed tho speaker and the clerk a permanent returning board for the counting of voters who do not vote, and has enacted legislation in volving hundreds of millions of dollars without condescending to justify, or even excuse its oppression and without allowing inquiry to be made or discus sion to be had concerning its justice or propriety. The methods that have pre vailed in that bjdy during the past ten months belong rather to a packed con vention of political partizaas held in a corner groggery than to the highest de liberative assembly of a free and intelli gent nation. 2. Because the Republican party is in tensely sectional. He says: Sectionalism has been revived in its most odious shape. Every Southern in dustry has been taxed that could be sep arated from the industries of the North . On the tie that b:nds Southern cotton the tax has been trebled: the twine that hinds Western wheat has been al most freed from taxation. South T V 1 " 11 . . A 4. A. . . em Democratic enaiors vote 10 re lieve the Western laborer of un- lust burdens, while Western liepub- lican Senators vote to increase the um'ust burdens noon Southern labor. Such is their ideal of statesmanship When asked to explain the inconsistency of their votes, they laugh in their sleeves or justify their extortion by crying "Re bel. Goverment is becoming a game of plunder, and the methods of the men who now control the Kepublican majority are partly the mthod of highwaymen and partly the methods of sneak thieves. A half clad negro in the Southern cotton field is good plunder for the millionaire phil anthropist who needs protection. Robis Hood was more humane. In their de sire to oppress and plunder the Southern peoplo they are willing to keep in pov erty and even to destroy the poor, help less, ignorant negro. What a parody and a satire for such men to advocate a force bill for the benefit of the NEGRO I 3. Because of the passage of the Force bill. He says : There is in this Force bill some devil ish design to involve the country in dis order, possibly to force a war uf races, and by this wicked expedient to divert make it, but my eyes have never before public attention from the game of plun- had the opportunity to see it in writing, der which they are playing with such l ou can taKo these documents and tol- ooioness and recKiessueiS. jno sane low them like pig tracks in the snow, man believes that the bill will add to the Mr. Webb, a purchasable Democrat political power of the negro, or will m through the bck door of a back- crease his opportunities for wealth, edu woods revenue office, applies for admis- cation, moral culture or happiness. l.Uu uuu uuiuiuw vuwu ui iuio uu i nnc ii ni no'' ms nnanswpran arnrn Dolitical cornoration and offers to t.f.nti . L i I m ant UP VV TviTAV ri ri nti na 1 1 tt ootto. (t hat is SRI.T. fnr r.nns ,WHrm num i"""""""! J". v . 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We are Agent .jr PANACEA WATKK I IVr, - LITHIA WATKR AND fer AT WHOLESALE 1RIcl. We Keep Everything in the Dru li- We Keep The-. LARGEST AND BEST SELECTS OF TOILET ARTICLES, SOrs PERFlDIEIUF.s In Ralei-h. tb 0! c C t 1; .t! t! REASONS WHY REPUBLICANS SHOULD LEAVE THAT PARTY. This has been an educational cam paign up to date. The people have never before been so well informed upon vital economic questions. They have never so fully appreciated the burdens which a contraction of tho currency and the consequent monopoly of money im poses upon the people. They have seen the advocates of Protection remove the mask and show their selfishness and sec tionalism as never before. They have seen the Republican party in the National House of Representatives pass a Force bill, the avowed ob ject of which is to secure a Republican majority in the House by the degrada tion of the Southern white man. They publican who loves his home do like 1 havo seen the pension rolls steadily and ise ? There are many reasons why he amaz'ngly increased until the people of should, and not one save obstinacy and North Carolina are required to pay three Pride of opinion why he should not. dollars for every man, woman and child Ane chronicle mignt give many rea sons. We shall quote several reasons which have been given by gentlemen of prominence as the reasons which ac tuated them in withdrawing from the Republican. The reasons which im palled able men to sever their connection with the Republican party ought to be the reasons that would actuate hundreds and thousands of other North Carolina Rapublicans to go and do likewise. Hon. Leonidas J. Moore's Reasons. On the 30th of July, the editor of the Chronicle intei viewed Hon. L. J. Moore, of New Berne, who, in a letter to E. C. Smith, Fsq., Chairman State Democratic Executive Committee had declared that he could no longer be a Republican since the passage of the Force bill. He believes that the passage of the Force bill would further alienate sections, bring about bloodshed, and pro duce a condition of affairs which no good citizen would like to behold. We quote the following from the interview: I asked him how could the bad effects of the Force bill be best oftset. He replied: By every white man in the South witti annually to Federal soldiers, many of whom do not need the bounty they reg ularly draw from the Treasury. They have, seen cattle ranges admitted as States in order to strengthen the Re publican party. They have seen an autocratic Speaker of the House ride rough shod over every right of the mi nority and declare laws passed without a quorum. They have seen a malignant proscrip tion of Southern men not one of whom has been called to a commanding posi tion in the public service They have seen a revival of rancor and hatred which under the wise administrations of Presi dents Arthur and Cleveland was ra pidly dying out, and have seen the con trol of the Republican party pass from the hands of statesmen of the school of Sumner and Lincoln to the control of petty tyrants and small so died fellows of the ilk of Quay, Dudley and Reed who compose the present Triumvirate which controls the policy and shapes the destiny of tho Republi can party in America. They have seen the Republican party deliberately drawing from the Republican party add i j - i- 1 j I (lino cVirvwin or tVia manunnfs'thnt rn U "t break every sacred pledge which could in any way benefit the people of the South. The Blair bill which they pro fessed to love above their chiefest joy was sacrificed because under its opera tions most of the money would corns to the South. The pledge in regard to the repeal of th3 Internal Revenue was vio- thus showing the managers that we have a little of the spirit our ancestors left in us. If the Republicans in Conere3s had carried out their plan, iiorman in the South could havejoted for Congressman at all; as the bill as tSriginally introduc ed had a provision in it disfranchising every man who sympathized with the South in the late civil war, and what white man in the South did not ? Shall offica. Woody reports the purchase to Brower, congressman in Washington. r 1? 1 rrower, Deing at neaaquarters and on salary to assist in making laws, goes to see the commissioner of internal revenue who has the ear of the president, who has the power to appoint the supervisor, and through these gradations Mr. Webb expected to get the office of census su pervisor, and Long wants the "favor of a recognition" (that is, almost any office found lying around loose), and for it, is (influence) Does any man of even the most ordi nary understanding believe that Mr. Brower, holding his seat in Congress by tho grace of this "revenue ring," having men like Woody deputy collector in the paid employment of the government to keep him posted on the political affairs of his district, and standing cheek by jowl with hirudin close political affilia don, "thanking him" for past favors and seeking m,ore at his hands and inviting him "to write at any time,' is himself honest in advocating a repeal of the in ternal revenue laws ? Are you surprised at his vote in Con gress to pass the Lodge election bill to put the election machinery into the hands of men who treat public offices like chattels on the market, to be bonght and sold, and who would, if they could, perpetuate their power with armed sol diers at the polls? Webb would make an excellent "elec tion supervisor," put on good pay with an army at his back now, wouldn't he? And what is more, the "Revenue Ring." claiming to be the Republican party, might put him there too. Republicans, you who are Republicans from principle ana not tor pay, how can you prevent men lite Woody, Webb, Long and all such from gaining the ear of a Republi can President ? The answer is easy. Vote against Brower and put "Baldy" winiams, a Democrat, who is also an honest man, in his place. Break the link in this unholy chain by which corrupt revenue officers reach the ear of a Re publican administration in Washington. History tells us that the time was in Rome when even the highest offices were put up at auction and sold to the highest bidder, and Roman guards inducted the purchaser iuto offica. Not many years thereafter Roman liberty perished. If the offices must be sold, I believe a public auction is rather preferable to a sneaking back-door performance in secret. It has at least the appearance of more fairness in the sale. These men would divide up a.hd parcel out the offices of the govern ment among themselves like William the Conqueror did the estates of the Saxon barons, after the battle of Hastings, aiiiuug uis scuuiers, wnicu resulted in the establishment of the Feudal system unauu teuuios, mat ior centuries was the most grinding and oppressive slavery ever recorded in history, hardly exceDt- ing Jewish bondage in Egypt, and traces ot it can be found m English laws to day, after the lapse of more than eight centuries. Mr. Brower. writing t.n Tw. , o - - - r counsels. As a citizen of the Union, loving its constitution and history; as a Southern man, b3lieving in fairness and justice to an sections ana races: as a W. H. & It. 8. TUCKER & CO., Raleigh, N. C. IT IS A FACT THAT YOU WILL FIND AT KING & lUlcGEE'S ALL TnAT GOES TO MAKE UP A First Class Pharmacy? That our facilities lor prescription work are unsurpassed, tho medicines used being guar- ameeu as 10 puruy ana accuracy ot prepara ration, and as being strictly in accordance with the physicians' prescriptions ? That our stock ol'Druers. Chemicals. Patent Medicines, etc., is complete ? That we have the finest lino of Extracts. Toilet Waters, Colognes, Face Towders and The I3est5. Ct. Cigar in .North a; JAMES MrKlMMjN t:-- 'vtx ;Axd- V4-' .- can Do assured ot lair and courteous treat ment? If you do not know these things, we tell yon now that it is so, and ask you to give us a fair trial and be convinced. Ve try to meet the wants of our customers and hope to merit their patronage by serving them faith- luuy ana nonesuy at all times. Very respectfully, KING & McGEE, DRUGGIST S? 101 Fayetteville St. octl5-3ui. friend of the negro, desiring: his moral, otlier Toilet preparations at all times, and intellectual and hnancial improvement as the proper basis of social and po litical power; and, finally, as a self respecting man, shall not be a Re publican candidate for any office, but shall vote the entire Democratic ticket, Congressional, State and county. The election of that ticket will be the best for the people of North Carolina both white and black. It will also be a whole some rebuke to the men who are using the national government for the pur pose of plunder, whose professions of love for free speech and a fair count are belied by their daily prac tices in the halls of Congress and bv their systematic purchase of votes in all close elections: whose disregard of the true interests of the T.egro is shown by the passage of laws that will raise the price of everything the negro buys and lowers the price of everything he sells, and who imagine that blatant philan thropy and braying patriotism will serve as a disguise for their wicked schemes. Dr. G. K. Foust's Reasons. Dr. tt. K. Foust, the well known fruit grower of Alamance county, a life long Republican and one of its best men 1 4V one wno never wanted an omce was at the Fair last week. We congratulated him upon leaving the Republican party and gave him the right hand of fellow ship into Democracy. We asked his rea sons. He said: "I have been a life-loner Republican but I cannot stand the Force bill." ROYAL-GERMETEIF Is w!ut you i'Oil 'fry it. ii. no i.mng i,d ail r 'v.v.". :: 1 i-: for U;.cumati-m, Indig i-tn.:,. - -tarrh, ervoun Trcri i.r : : i General Debili'y. a: .1 all !.! ! : -eases A spec lie lor IV iual It.-.; i : ing ph-asea so w-Ii an ;cnii- nr. '. and tales con tin ae to mr-.. i:.- A.. E. JORDAK COMMISSION MERCHANT lated because those whose largest pros- it be said of any white man in North perity depended on its repeal resided in tho South. The products of the Sunny South were discriminated against in the McKinley tariff bill and tho needs and pleas of the Southern farmer were ig nored in the interest of the manufact urer out of whom the "fat" has once peon fried, and who will again be Carolina that he continues to vote with a party that manifests the spirit and in clination to take away his right of suff rage? Mr. Modrb further said that he had been a Republican because he believed that party to be right, and when he found that its only mission seemed to be that of an unlawful and unconstitutional ns of forca against his own people and his -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 Daily receiving tjlu'pnu i,.- ot fine Mountain App!-;' : hand. Give me a call. 2v Brink. "THE WALTERS METIM IS TII15 1JKST -FOIl- r a nRini-r niiTTiir Insurance Brokers, SHENDUX, VA. Correspondence Solicited. Befebesces : Davis & Wiley, Bankers, This 8y8tem, with the t-r-t , :? ' imported sum:--' OF EVEHY DEScuiiTioN r .:.;:::: O. IV. WALTKI THE TAILOK, I a combination whi'h handsome and perfect titt;i- !;;:. Capt J. M. Davis's Reasons. Oapx. J. M. Davis, who represented First National Bank, Granville in the last session of the Leg- The Grottoes Co.. islature, says that he is against the Re publican party because it was untrue to its promise to repeal the Internal Reve nue tax on tobacco; because of the Force bill and the McKinley tariff bill. He has -ts-tf been a leading Republican. Salisbury. X. C. Salisbury, N. C. Shendun, Va. J. W. RUMPLE, Attorney at Law. F. B. ARENDELL. N. B. McCANLESS, Mining Engineer. Mil"'" THE NEW FALL TX RICH AND BEAUTir-JL la now on exlub..: :. G. N. WALTK::--The TV- aeplTtf Fay." -" We might multiply the list giving the reasons of such ex-Republican3 as Mr. Wesley Whitaker, of Rileigh, and a number of others, but space forbids. We hope that these reasons will have weight with other Republicans and cause them to repudiate that party be fore November 4th. CHANGE OF LOCATION NOYELTH FOB- IN THE FAIR. ZMILLINERY m.. . . . 1 1 j.HE.aiAM wuo goes into a primary or convention and then bolts the nominees carries with him ever after a political ana personal stain wbich all the wateis of Lethe can never wash out. . The Old Man Schwartz, the veteran and well-known meat man, eays he will have the fair at hia MEAT MARKET, On Fayetteville St., this week. AND ANCY GCO Arriving daily :fflISS MAGGIE REEb;- BEST DESIGN IN The National Congress has heard our cry of distress and is trying to come to uty Collector Woody, speaks of W. R. our relief by the Federal Election Law: Yes,I am in favor of a President who will put a man-of-war jn every port from Maine to Florida to see that the law is enforced; and lam further in favor of a President who will put a man with a bay onet at every ballot box, to see the pro visions of that law enforced. State Senator V. S. Lusk, in Republican State Convention. If you want to know the significance of thia statement, go there. TRIMMED GOOD From French and Engl:-'- i: -' Weal as your William. Ys. Wnr'o Bill Neal.Woody's Webb; my John your Jack, just like slave owners thirty years ago spoke of their slaves. Yes, white slaves now, ready to take a publie office a trust created for the great and noble puruoses of cove m Ant. fr Ka prostituted at the bidding of a petty backwoods revenue officer. Republic cans, do you like the picture? Is it overi drawn? He will surprise some of the finest you by an exhibition of ALL THE LEADING MEATS, IN MUTTON, BEEF, fTciTini k v-rw MITT H Hats, Caps and B:nng5 LAMB And allother kinda you ever saw. octli-tf The ladiea w;U find many nun, - ku our 11 joy Fy x ...I, niir v. -3 . -