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ligious or Political. Thos. Jefferson.
THURSDAY, NOV. G. 1890.
HE WORK OF THE ALLIANCE.
The Chronicle has never believed
that the organization of the Farmer's
Alliance would do other than promote
the best interests of the people of the
State. It is composed of the most con
servative class of our citizsns men of
patriotism and devotion to the educa
tion of the people. Early in the cam
paign fears were expressed on every
side that,, there would come a conflict
between the Alliaccemen and those out
side the Alliance which would rem!
the party in pieces. Extreme and radi
cal men in the Alliance and outsiue the
order did act in such way as to endanger
Democratic sicce$?,but ;s tie Curonicle
predicted, the sober judgment-the.-.cond
thought of the people a-serted itself
and all differences of opinion were har
monized, and men of all shades of
thought came together and fought side
by side for Democratic success.
The fear that the Alliance would
injure the Democratic party was
groundless. Ho far from doing so, the
activity of the Alliance has largely en
abled the Democratic party in North
Carolina to poll the largest vote known
in its history in an "oil" year." Nowhere,
so far as our information goes, has the
Alliance reduced the Democratic ma
jority, and in almost every county the
members have helped greatly to increase
the Democratic majority.
In the campaign that ha3 just closed,
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Carolina during its history, the lawyers
have, in the main, stood in the front
ranks advocating the cause of the peo
ple. None of our citizens have been
more e-Lvrne-s ai'd unselfish in their de
votion to tLe cause of Democracy. Even
in the district and counties where some
of the lawyers felt that they had not
been treiUe 1 justly, they pullel off their
coats and w;nt to work faithfully and
earnestly for the ticket.
In the victory, there is need that the
due meed of praise be given to all, but
we feel that the campaign made by the
lawyers in the State is particularly de
serving of msntijn . Few of them were
candidates and their labor has been one
of patriotism and love of State. Refer
ring to legal profession, the Shelby Au
"There are very few cases of much
importance, cr involving large sums of
money in litigation ; times have been too
hard and the people too much embar
rassed to engage in having law suits,
which belong to eras of prosperity. These
law)ers are a hue looking and intelli
gent body of men who still survive as
the targets of the demagogue and
against whom many farmers have a
strong prejudice In politics they will
not heed a lawyer's tongue, but when in
troub'e they gladly rush for aid and
counsel to this much abused class.
The law has been the bulwark of civil
liberty and under her ii'gis rich and
poor, great and small seek protection.
Tbe lawyers have been the vanguard of
freedom and civil liberty from the days
of Moses to Jusiiiiau of Home, from the
period of the Magna Charta wrested
1215 from King John by the lawyers and
barons at Kunnvmede, to the days of
Patrick Henry and down to the present
During the Ho'den Kiik war when
our best ;a . l were imprisoned without a
trial, was it not Judge Brooke who
opened the prions and restored civil
H E. MARTI. STREET.
Two of its G eatsst Bar
Schis of the Age.
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening strength. U. S.
Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
7, iii i mm i mi.
500 Felt Ladies' Walking Hats,
All shades, at 2oc, worth ft. 00.
500 NELLY BLY CAPS,
10:. each, worth f 1 00.
FAYETTEVHiLE, W. G.
Rubber Shoes and Clothing,
Hanv new articless in
Crockery, Glass, Tin
DRY : GOODS
' t.ir f
We keep our Dress ftoois &tock complete,
and you can find bargains in it.
W II AT M ILL THE SENATE DO?
liberty i When tl.-; Ku Klux of Cltve
land and Rutherford, numbering nearly
seven hundred, at Cherry ville under ar
rest, was it not a lawyer Plato Durham,
who went to WeshiDgton and brought a
pardon f r all clT-jnses against the gov-
erLment ( Then why hate the lawyers?
It is nothing thort of a revolution.
Head the good news in our telegraphic
3IED AL CONTEST.
The infamous Force bill is still pend
ing in the South, and the question of
vital importance to the people of the
United States is: "What will the Sen
ate do now?''
By a majority unparelleled in the po
litical history of the country the verdict
of popular condemnation has been ren
dered, and the frozen heights of New
Hampshire re-echo the indignant repu
diation which is heard from the bayous
of Louisiana. Michigan, New York and
Illinois join hearts and hand3 with
North Carolina, Tennessee and Florida
in their disapproval of a sectional
bill and a sectional and un
just tariff. McKiklex is relegated to pri
vate life, the foul-mouthed Cannon is
spiked, we trust, forever, and with hard
ly a dissenting State the measure is con
demned. But what can the Senate do ?
What hope can the Republican party
entertain of carrying Indiana, with its
twenty thousand, New Jersey, the ever
staunch and reliable stronghold of Dem
ocracy; Rhode Island, the newly re
deemed; New York, with its democratic
House of Representatives, and Con
necticut, that has of late been so true?
Without some help from the South
the fate of the Radical party is sealed.
And yet in the face of the popular ver
dict of condemnation, how dares the
Republican party faca the people of the
North, bo many of whom are interested
in Southern properties, upon the same
" issue which has just brought them un
measured defeat! Truly it is a condition
which confronts them, not a theory. Not
a thousand force bills can avail to carry
a single State now. Our people are
strengthened by the outburst of sympa
thy which has come from every North
em State, and they feel able to with
stand every Deputy Marshal or lUdicil
Supervisor that receives a furlough
from the devil to attempt anew our
And they believe that a further effoi t to
pass the Force bill will react upon the
party that attempts it. It can not be
too often repeated that the Presi
dential electors are State officers,
and if the Democratic Senators shall
prove powerless to resist the passage of
the bill, there would be no difficulty
whatever in providing for the election
of Presidential electors, at an election
held under officers who oDuld not bo
supervised by radical emissaries; or if
the necessity arose, by the legislatures
of the States. In any event in an all
powerful war to resist Republican ag
gression and Radical villiany, let it do
THE RIGHT KIND OF A DE3IO-
The Wake College Boys will Be Glad
to See Their Fiieml.
(Special Cor. of State Chronicle.)
vVake Forest, N. C. Nov. 5 The
assertion has been made that the "Wake
We now have the largest
stock of Dress Goods that
has ever heen our pleasure
to show, and the prices
were never lower.
In this magnificent ex
hibit may be found every
new shade, as well as all the
most desirable materials,
presenting such attractions
as are rarely met with. We
respectfully urge our pat
rons to make the remain
der of their purchases in
this department before the
assortment becomes bro
ken, assuring them that, at i
all times, they shall be
promptly served by compe
W. H. & II. 8. TUCKEli & CO.,
li.VLEIGH, N. (
-Our stock of-
Aie arriving an! will be on exhibition it:
a few days.
THIS COLUMN FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.
the ru's; .
Lee mim v.
best o: Hi.-;
an 1 giv( - : .'.
in rtock. a;i 'J',
kind ol c aT-,
direct i T y
niontk till. 5 .'.
MAKE HOME ATTRACTIVE.
-15 BUCKETS 15
Low Prices and I'eliable Goods.
Our stock lully replenished eince the great
Now is the time to select your Underwear
We aie Iloss Leaders in low-priced Hats
of all kinds.
A well-farnifhed house is the delight of
(Ttry careful Housekeeper, and justly bo, too.
Money caui.ot be better inrested than in
adorning and making attractive the home.
Leaving out of consideration the additional
comforts produced by a perfectly furnished
home, you will lead a happier life, and bo
better satisfied when surrounded by the at
tractive goods we now lake pleasure in pre
senting for your consideration.
First, we would direct your attention to tha
largest and most complete line of
Eveu Shows in the State.
Forest student is the hardest worked
animal in North Carolina." It must be
true. In addition to the regular work
cr i no eo:kre, w - have nad with U3 for
the pH.si two weeks Trof. Bechtel of the
National schoul of Oratory at Philadel
phia who has been teaching a class in
Elocution. The class numbers about
fifty. On next Friday evening, the 7th ,
there will be a contest for a medal offer
ed for the best declamation. The class
has selected fourteen representatives to
take part in this contest, and we are
sure of a good time. We would be glad
to see out from Raleigh any who cou'd
come and take their part in the enjoy
ment of the evening. J. W .M.
Pure Fruit Preserves,
We bought very heavily ot Carpets at the
opening of the season, but the demand was so
unprecedented, tnat we have been obliged, in
order to meet it, to make three additional
large purchases. Every grade is now rep
resented m all the newest and latest designs,
and offered at popular prices.
Tapestry and Body Brussels, with Bor
ders. THREE PLYS, INGRAINS.
HONORING THE DEAD.
Last week there were erected two ap
propriate monuments in our cemeteries.
One is to the memory of Rev.Mr.Guinn,
whose remains lie in the "Leak grave
yard," and the other to that of Mrs.
Dr. Wood, in the East side Cemetery.
The inscription on the former is as fol
lows: "Rev. Jesse H. Guinn,"
of the N. 0. Conference, M. E. Church,
South; and, at the time of death,
pastor of Rockingham Station.
Born in Pittsylvania . county, Va , July
21, 1842; died June 10, 1881. These
among his last words: 'God forbid that
I should glory save in the Cross of our
Lord Jesus Christ."
By his side an infant,
Fannie Lee Guinn."
Then on opposite face of monument:
"Erected by friends."
That on the latter reads:
wife cf AL. L. Wood, D. D., North Car
olina xVnnual Conference, M. E.
Born in Wayne county. N. C, Nov.
18, 1833; departed this life March 9, 1890.
'She is not dead, but sleepeth."
Erected by the Bright Jewels of Rockingham."
Strawberries, Figs, Raspberries, Damsons,
Plur s, Blackberries, Grapes.
These goods were packed t vo seasons ago,
when fruit was cheap and plentitul. The
price we offer them at will hardly pay for the
sugar. We guarantee them in every "respect.
BUCKETS PRESERVES -10c.
-Gordon & Dilworth's
LITHI . Wr"
AT V.-. t. .
Largest and .
"3 H'lk V-V - rX -V
THE GEM OF VIRGINIA'S FAMOUS
For stair covering.
GRAND ALLOTMENT AND
SALE OF LOTS,
October 14, 1890.
Preserves, Jams, Fruits,
At and Below Manufacturers' List Prices.
Fresh and Sweet-pickled Peaches,
PEACHES, STRAWBERRIES, RED CHERRIES
Quart and Half Gallon Jars.
Strawberry, Raspberry and Red Currant
Qt. Jars, 3 Gal. Glasses and 5 lb Wood Pails.
Rumple, Arendell & McCanless,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK
1025 LB. BOXESzilO
Selected for the purpose.
For hall3 and offices.
Davis & Wiley, Bankers,
First National Bank,
The Grottoes Co..
12Kc lb. by box.
INSTITUTE, Raleigh, X. C.
The 54th year of this old school,
its ISth year at Raleigh, begins
September 3d, IS90. Professor A.
Baumann, who needs no commen
dation anywhere in the South.will
continue as Director of Music,
and Miss E. G. Buck, whose repu
tation is unsurpassed, will contin
ue to preside over the Art De
partment. Every Teacher in
the Faculty is a specialist in
her department. Address:
JAMES DIXWIDDIE, M.A.
(University of Virginia) Principal,
d-w- Raleigh, N. C.
N. C Family Roe Herring
SI. 50 per Half Bbl.
To close consignment.
Better Bread than Ever.
On and after to-day,
We shall use
Hinnessoli fancy Patent Hour
And will turn out even better bread than
ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING
Best, Sweetest and Nicest
Mr. Bennett Holland,
Springs township, 92
a?e, was carried two miks by his
daughter on a feather bed to the polla
Taesday. He said, "I w.int to vote the
Democratic ticket. I know I am dying
of three diseases, but if it is my last act
I want to enter my protest to the pass
age of the Force bill and the McKinley
Valuable Ileal Estate.
I have some of the raoat desirable propertv
in the growing town of Oxford. N. C. for rip
On ray list are gilt-edge lots in the very heart
of the town. Also seventy acres, including a
handsome new residence, partlv in the town
and partly in the suburbs price "$30,000. This
seventy acra could be divided into a creat.
manv beautiful building lots, and ia worthy
the attention of capitalists as an investment.
Oxtord is a growing town and As located in a
tieaven-blessed part of the world.
JOHN A. WILLIAMS,
Dealer in Real Estate.
ep20-tf Oxford, N. 0.
Salisbury, X. C.
Salisbury, N. C.
J. W. RUMPLE,
Attorney at Law.
F. B. ARENDELL.
M. B. McCANLESS,
LEIGH AND GASTON RAILROAD.
in effect Sunday Sept. 7th, at 8:30 p m.
TEAINS MOVISO NORTH.
No. 26. No. 38.
FastF't and Pass.
Daily ex. Sun.
L?ave Raleigh "... 7 15 pm
Mill Brook.... 7 51
Wake 8 43
Franklinton 9 35
Kittrell 10 00
Henderson 10 21
Warren Plains 11 25
Macon 11 40
Arrive Weldon 1 20 am
Pass. & Mail
Daily ex. Sue
11 20 a m
12 00 p ra
2 55 pm
In India, Smyrna, Brussels and Telvete.
In Felt with' woven back, Iagrain and
For in and out doors, in Rubber, Steel
Wire, Hemj, Brussels and Chenile.
An exceedingly handsome handsome
and large assortment of
Velvet betas, Canton If apiries.
Japanese effects in Cretones,
Nottingham Lace Curtains in Sets.
TRAINS MOVING SOUTH.
Pass, and Mail. Fast F't. & Pass
Daily ex. Sun. Daily ex. Sun.
BREAD, CAKES AND PIES
W. G. & A. B. STRONAOH,
GROCERS, BAKERS AND CANDY
Weldon 12 20 p m 2 40 a m
Macon 1 20 4 27
Warren Plains 1 28 p m 4 42
Henderson 2 08 5 45
Kittrell 2 43 6 16
Franklinton 3 08 6 45
Wake 332 7 20
Mill Brook 4 00 7 55
Aav i Raleigh 4 15 8 20 m
Trains Moving North.
Leave Henderson 6 00 am
Warren Plains 6 34
Littlleton 7 02
Is tvlnt yo'i !. i -no
uring fs.'i .. :
for Kt curii;i-i r ! ;
tsrrh, erv'i 1 ' : -General
Do!..:.- v :
eaHPs A p --;. . i :-
ing pleaa -a-.
and palcH co:.t::. .
Daily rc iv;n.
ot fine M'iuiita::
haud. (jive v
IT IS A F
7 40 a m
9 10 p m
7 15 p m
No. 4? .
For Patronizing the Moseley House.
1 I am pleasantly located, near all that is
of interest and on the main street, where all I
the elite of the city pass, and opposite the !
large dry goods house of W. H. & R Hi
Tucker & Co.
2 I And everything neat and clean at the
Moseley House, and ieel as if at home, for '
they make me so. '
3 I find the Dining Hall for Ladies and i
Gentlemen well cared for and as pleasant as
.mB icouit-uu mes, and the Rotating
Fly Fans keep one cool and pleasant, while I
can enjoy one of the good meals yon can al
ways get at the Moseley House for 50 cen s.
4 An enterprise that the travelling public
should appreciate and patronize is the Mose
ley House. (Julyl7-tf
Leaves Louisburg at 11.20 a.r-.., and
arrives at Franklinton at 11.55 am.
Leaves Franklinton at 3.15 p.m.. and
ai i.uisourg at3.5U p. m.
2s o 8. Leaves Louisburg at 5:55 a m.
No. 8. Arrives Franklinton 6:30 a m.
No 25 Leaves Frankliaton 7:20 a m
No. 25. Arrives Louisburg 8:00 a m. '
m J'HNC. WINDER, Gen'l Manager
L. T. MYER. Gen'l Sunt. 8
WSl. SMITH. Superintendent.
THE YARBORO HOUSE.
R. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raxjsiqh, N. C.
iates, $2 50 per day. $10.50 to $15 per week
T. Q. Abbutgton, Manager,
Raleigh, N. C.
Hooms, with meals at Yarboro House $2.00
per day; $10.00 per week.
JO-Special rates to lawyers attending Sn-ar8-ly
In White, Cream and Ecru. French
i.anvaa Curtains, with heavv Torchon
border. Portieres in Reps, Felt an4 Che-
India Silks, Table Chair, Mantle and
In Turkey Bed, Uableached and Half
bleached. BLEACHED TABLE CLOTHS.
With Napkins to match; breakfast, din
ner and tea Napkins, with and without
fringe white, red and fancyb orders.
Bleached and Unbleached, in all widths.
Damask, bleached and unbleached; Huck,
French woven and Turkish Bath, plain
and fancy Crash, Turkish Wash Rags.
. We show something very handsome
in the way of
Hand Woven Towels!
With Drawn Work, and Fancy Borders.
To parties living at a distance we will tear
fully furnish Samples, and have Cart
made up ready to be placed on the floor. Tk
only Ladies' Retiring Room in the ity. Or
ders solicited aid promptly attended to.
That our h ".
anteeu as t ;
ration, an 1 .--with
other Toii-t :
can be a"ar- :
menty If y..i
tell you ii"'r ' :
us a fair trui
meet the w.ii.
raerit th-ir ?'
fully and L-
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