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STATE OHKONIOLE, "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ; 3.
V T" nnminV I Prr.vn c,U thaf wKan hft PS- I ) IftffMMdff M(lSKli Mb(hjE "fDllMln NR. I'AKNKLLL nCiini"- iui. wwiw w , - v, , lUJtUIUIlUUl IJDUMill II IU1BOBI I 1 1 U 111 II IlinVl m mm w. Aw m w. m mm mm mmmw w wm mm mmm mm ' - t mm mm mm m mm m "Mm m m m mmm 1111' BY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. Every Morning Except Monday. THE CASH PRICE OF CHRONICLE U per year; $3.00 for 6 mouth, $1.50 for 3 months. The unfortunate troubles that have arisen because of Mr. Parsell'l immor ality bid fair to seriously retard the coming of Home Rule to that long op- pressed people. His charge that Mr. Gladstone sought to dictate to the insn THE BUS1JN rSS yjr r lcj a i party uuu lub.d x u o Rooms of the Chbwtolj : are . on the -3 tly denied by na noor m i,, Gladstone, and also by Mr. Mob- COMMUNICATIONS MOTIVE TO through whom he alleges proposals J the Business Department oiinia paper ' , - Mtould be addressed The state uhbuai- were maae xor iuo aiau vi Ace in the English Ministry, mscnarge wabtoto ( Pub.Co. against Mr. Gladstone who, with an nnsfilfishnesj and devotion to liberty JOSEPIIUS - - Cleveland said that when he as sumed the Presidency he had decided views against the free coinage of silver, but intimated that he had since changed his mind very materially, and left the impression on the mind of Senator Vest that he was then ready to approve in fact, as the chief executive of the coun try, a free coinage bill if passed by Con gress. At the same time Mr. Cleveland intimated that he did not think it would ba good politics to make an issue of the coinage question, as there was what he thought a serious division of sentiment on the question between Democrats of the Eastern and Western States, and he did not think it would be prudent to push the question to the front under such circumstances. He left no doubt r TT. rrowDER. - Bus. Manager. hat.. W. AYRR - - Asso. Editor. Absolutely Pure. itaumi .nd Exact Justice to all Men, deserves the lasting gratitude and affec- of Whatever State or Persuasion, Re- tion of Mr. Parnell and of every other llgiout or Political. Tues. jenersun. iri8hman, and the attempt to maze mm appear treacherous to the cause which he never excelled, have fallen harshly upon how that penally he had become the ears of the people m every portion or a convert to the free coinage idea, and tne worm anu uiarcuueu u wmi iiW ,7flS V 1 i A cream of tartar baking powder. High- entire manifesto. Mr. Gladstone Congress, would meet with his approval. in leavening rength.-U. S. Government Report, Aug. 17, low. THE SENATORIAL SITUATION III SOUTH CAROLINA. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3, 1890. WILL THE N. Y. WORLD BECOME RABID REPUBLICAN f has espoused so zealously has already re acted upon Mr. Parnell. He is an able man and has shown great capacity for The present outlook is that Senator Hampton will not be returned to the Senate by the South Carolina Legisla ture. Speaker of th i House Ibby is said inn. im & co. TO-DAY. TO-MORROW Mr. Parnell, like all guilty, men, seeks to explain his conduct by all state ments except the true one. Mr. Gladstone, who rightly believes that purity in public action cannot spring from an impure private life, declared that the cause of Home A few weeks ago we noted the enforced Hrmnt. nf Mr. JOSEPH PULTTZEB from i tiM manamentof the New York ly the greatest of living statesmen bMW V vmmmmmmm w World because of his loss of eye sight and ill health. Last week we noted the removal of the World to its monster new . fourteen-story building the largest, handsomest and best equipped news paper ertablishment in the world. And ' now comes the announcement that this magnificent newspaper property has passed from the hands of Mr. Pulitzer and has been purchased by George W. Chelds, proprietor of the Philadelphia f Ledger and Anthony W. Drexel, the well known Philadelphia banker. The price paid is in the neighborhood of 13,500,000. The sale which is absolute : includes the building, plant, machinery and good will of both The World and The Evening World. It is yet too early to know what will be the policy of this great Democratic DtDer under its new management, but as both the proprietors are rabid Pro tectionists and Republicans, it is suppos- leadership, but he may not be compared to be an aspirant and a strong one. Con- JlflCK GOOflS DGpSftlTIGnt. in tne elements mat go lo ma&.o up giot- i gietsomau in.ja.ruiijii o liicuua uupo w naa t Mr. Gladstone. who is confessed- see him fill the seat of Hampton. He is the ablest of the younger South Caro linians and has won a wide and deserved reputation by his wise career in the National Hons 3. If there is to be a change, there is no man who would do ereater honor to the State than Mr. Hemphill. It is conceded that Gov. Tillman could Rule would be imperiled if Mr. Parnell be elected by the Legislature. He has lemained as leader after the disclosures published a letter in which he says that of his guilt. In that opinion most of he does not intend to be a candidate for the friends of the cause concurred, the position, but implies that Senator Since Mr. Parnell's manifesto the re- Hampton's conduct in the recent cam- action against him has been great, paign was such that he (Tillman) will though his friends assert their faith in not interpose any obiection to his de- i - him and their belief that he must con- feat by any man who may run against him. tmue to lead. The independent candidate for Governor, I Perhaps the most significant utterance Col. Haskell, is a son-in-law of Senator against Mr. Parnell is the open letter Hampton and this fact, together with his to Justin McCarthy, Vice Chairman of letter complimenting Col. Haskell, the Irish Parliamentary party, sent by though voting for Capt. Tillman, will the Irish delegates who are now in Amer- weigh heavily against the Senator with ica. It is signed by all of them except the AUiancemen in the contest. Thia season allors to the wearer of Black Goods more different textures than any pre vious year, and very well so, because those who wear black like to have a variety to buy from, as well as those who wear colors. The attractions of our Black Goods Department are not confined to extreme novelties, notably shaggy, long-haired styles, but embrace all the new weaves in plainer materials, as well fcs the most staple fabrics. The rougher goods, which have been most popular so far thia season, are the CAMEL'S HAIR VIGOGNES, CAMEL'S HAIIl STRIPES, CAMEL L'S HAIR PLAIDS, CHEVIOTS, In wide and narrow wales. BOUCLES, BOURETTE EFFECTS, &C. In the plainer materials and ptaple fabrics our greatest cara is to secure toe best oi quality and perfection ot finish, and we un hesitatingly recommend our" line of these goods as being the best to be ha 1. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO., Raleigh, N. C. one ana Monday afternoon's Evening Visitor was a very handsome and creditable is sue. It was a special Asheville edition, and was handsomely illustrated with V cuts of some of the new and modern Republican success can only be obtained Parnell's course; appreciative and just buildings of our Queen City of the West. by having more Republican newspapers m their view of Mr. Gladstone's distin guished services; and tender m their ap- The Gastonia Gazette is good enough he refrains because of his ed that it will partake of their politics, personal attachment to Mr. Par Ifsuch proves to be the case it will null, ineir manitesto is a strong be evident that the World has been pur document full of sadness and re chased in conformity to the repeated ad gret at the fall of their leader; manly vice of Mr. Clarkson, who declares that and straightforward in criticism of Mr HOLIDAY GOODS ! WHOLESALE OR RETAIL -AT- in the great centres. Mr. Guilds and Mr. urexel are supposed to be mem bers of a syndicate, and it is not im probable that the fund to purchase the great World has been contributed by the peal to Mr. Parnell to allow his "sense to speak in very complimentary terms of patriotism to withhold from plunging of the work done by the State Chroni- Ireland into those horrors of dissension cle during the campaign. which have so often already in her tragic process of "frying the faf'out of protected and unhappy history robbad her of her concerns in order to have a widely circu- liberty at the moment it was in her Uted medium in which to preach their grasp." They pray him not to undo in elfish sophisms. If so, what a fall one passionate honr the results of his in- from the earnest and able advocacy of comparable services to his country. If Democracy by the World under the man- he is not moved by this appeal, he agement of, Mr. Pulitzer. Evangelistic Work. D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't. 1,000 LBS. PLAIN AND FANCY CANDY. 1,000 lbs. New Crop English Walnuts, Al monds, Brazils, Filbert, Ac.. &o. 1,000 COCOANU3S, Fine and Large. It is a singular fact that the two most sneoeafal men American journalism has produced Vr. Benxbtt, the elder, and Ur. Pulitzer should have been foreign ers and both were very poor boys. Mr. BdMsrr was a native of Scotland and began his paper in a basement and did nneh of hit own work, and Mr. Pulitzer it a native of Germany and in early life was a hestler in a St. Louis livery stable. Their careers furnish an unanswerable argument against the doctrine of Know-nt)thlng-Um, and are inspiiing examples of what brain, work and knowlede of mankind will enable men of no wealth to accomplish. THE COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. Interest in a grand display of the pro ducts and minerals of North Carolina at the Columbian Exposition at Chicago is growing in all sections of the State. We present to-day an interesting and valua ble letter from the pen of Mr. F. B. Arendell, of Salisbury, whose acquaint ance with the State and the means neces sary to secure it. Increased immigration and capital gives weight to what he says. . The Chronicle has long believed that there is no expenditure that would pay the State so well as the preparation and publication of an accurate geological map. , So great a man as Edison has felt the need of it and so expressed himself. AN IMPORTANT WORK. The Committee to investigate the rail roads appointed by the last Legislature is la session here. They have already done a work that entitles them to the last ing gratitude of the people of the state, ana their report to the Legislature will be an important and valuable document In the work of the Committee they have been assisted In many ways by the val nableifforts and investigations of Chas. If . Busses Esq., who has been their at- former: His services have been valuable and his labors untiring. Young men to the front " was the text from which the Laurinburg Ex change preached a hopeful and inspiring acrmon last week. We had another ex ample of what young men are doing in North Carolina, yesterday when W. T. Dortch, tax collector of Wayne county, was the first to pay the State taxes for the year. ' He is one of the youngest of our publlo officers and one of the most capable , and worthy. In 1888 he was elected - tax collector, defeating a Re publican officer, and so faithfully did he fill all the daties of the position that he was renominated this year by acclama tton.Tho; Cuboniclh rejoices in the CC533 tad honor that comes to such young min; (Greensboro Workman.) The Sy nodical Committee of the Syncd of N. O. consisting of Messrs Hall of Wilmington Presbytery, Mcllwaine, of puts self above country, and forfeits' the eUrg' Spnt of Albe Mo- ove and confidence of the Irish people "C11iut "in oi urange.met iu xjh. ouiitus smuy mis wees:, and made the division of time with the Pres byteries for work assigned to Rev. E. W. Smith as an additional Synodical Evan gelist by which each of the six presby teries get something near eight weeks each of his time for next year. which has been his in nre. the fullest meas- CLEVELAND ON SILVER. Some days ago we published an ar tide sent out by the Washington cor respondent of the Atlanta Constitution to the effect that Mr. Cleveland had be come a convert to the doctrine of the free coinage of silver. Afterwards it was stated that Mr. Cleveland never did really oppose free coinage, although he had been so understood. The story of his conversion, as we printed it, had an air of sensationalism which discred ited it to some extent, though we ac cepted Senator Vest's statement that Mr. Cleveland now advocated the free coinage of silver. There is now another statement of the incident of Mr. Cleveland's conversion which reads like a most improbabe story, and yet it may be the truth. It is a special Washington dispatch to the St. Louis Republic, and is as follows: The conversation between Senafcnr Vest and Mr. Cleveland, which cnn. vinced the Missouri Senator that the ex- President had changed his views, occur red while Cleveland was yet President. -v . .... it came aoout this way: While Secre tary Manning was still to all intents and purposes the head of the Treasury De partment a communication was sent to Congress on the coinage question, signed by Mr. Manning, in which very strong grounds were taken against free coinage of silver. This was about the third year of Mr. Cleveland's administration. The day following the receipt of this docu ment m uongress, Senator Vest had oc casion to go to the White House. He found President Cleveland in a tower ing rage, and the President asked him if he had seen the communication signed by Manning oa the coinage Question sent to Congress. The Missouri Senator answered in the affirmative. Mr. Cleve land then said that it was a ter rible outrage; that Manning was sick, was not himself; that he was suf fering from brain fever and not re sponsible for the document sent to Con gress to which his name was attached. The President further said that Manton Marblb, at one time the editor of the New York World, and known to be a very warm friend of Mr. Manning, had come on from New York, taken advan tage of Mr. Manning's illness, prepared the anti-free coinage document sent to Congress, induced Manning to sign his name to it without investigation, and sent it to Congress without showing it to the President or to any member of the Cabinet: 'and,n continued Mr. Cleve land, "I am totally opposed to the views expressed in that document, and so is a majority of the Cabinet." Mr. Cleveland went on to explain that Marble had taken a mean advan tage of Mr. Mannlng's illness and tem porary irresponsibility and fired off to Congress a document for which the Ad ministration was in a measure held re sponsible without letting a single mem ber of the Administration, from the Pres ident down, see it in advance. In fnr their conversation with Senator Vest, TEACHER'S INSTITUTES. The following Institute engagements have been made: Prof. E. A. Alderman: Granville county, Dec. 8th. Franklin county, Dec. 15th. Prof. C. D. Mclver. Nash county, Dec. 8th. Harnett county, Dec. 15th. V. M. Finger, Supt. Pub. Insts, PEACE INSTITUTE, Raleigh, N. C. XheTthyear of thIs old school, Its I8th year at Raleigh, begins September 3d, 1890. Professor A. JBAUmann, 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 fif?TSEN very Teacher in w113?7 13 a specialist in her department. Address: JAMES DINWIDDIE, M.A. (University of Virginia) Principal, d-w rf Raleigh. N. C. CAPE FEAR & YADKIN VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. In effect Auguet 18th, 1890. NORTH BOUND. Xo.l. Xo 3. 0 i Dalyex Daily ex DaUv I'x bunday. Sunday. 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Kogera and others, and more fully described in said mortgage. Bale made S &8Sn-C? f leqnt of administrator or Birs. Strickland and in pursuance of powers uwlv ii, iii. j. ma caen. PACE & HOLDING, Attorney for Mortgagee, nov25-dtds. Edwards & Brou Printers Binders AND Every Day this Week We will offer Dress Goods, Silks, Cloaks, Capes, Furs, Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, Towels. Table Linens, Napkins, Quilts, Blan kets. Comforts and Lap Hobos, at extremely low prices. We do this to make room for the Xmas Goods that are constantly arriving and beimg opened by ns. FOR THE HOLIDAYS Wfl ran iiraftd? show a trreat variety of Novelties of every description. We have an elegant line of ART MATERIALS and new and artistic designs m feiampea Goods. Pahcv Plushes. Dranerv. Silks. Chair Scarfs, Baskets, Down Pillows and Cushions Head-rest, rm uuahions, ana a nosi oi omer Xmas Goods are now ready for inspection. A cordial invitation extended to everyone to visit our store, 129 and 131 Fayetteville St. RALEIGH, N. C. juy nmum uove OiSSs pm Ar Mt. Airy 8 pm Lv Bennettsville t Maxton '."." Lv Max ton 8 20 am y 35 a m Q .is - Ar Fayetteville 1145 a LvRamseur.. Utoaia Ar Greensboro. "..'.". ' Lv Greensboro. Ar Madison SOUTH BOUND. Daily ex Daily ex Sunday. Sunday. Lv Mt. Airy 6 00 a m Ar Greensboro.. 9 20 a m Lv Greensboro .. 950am Lv Sanford 12 19 p m Ar Fayetteville. 150pm Lv Fayetteville. 215pm Ar Wilmington. 5 45 p m Lv Fayetteville f. iVn' ArMaxton.... ZztVm LvMaxton.. ionVm Ar Bennettaviiie fi??m Lv Madison.... 6 45pm Ar Greensboro".. '. LvGreensborr.". Ar Bamsenr 6 50 a m 925am 10 10 a ni 1230 pm No. 16. Daily ex Sunday. 1 20pm 330pm 3 45pm G.Vlnm w- E. KYLE Having one of thn i ped establish;;: a;jtuDeP ?m? 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