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BY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. tverj Morning Except Monday. rpHE CASH PRICE OF CHRONICLE ih W.UO per year; 3.00 for 6 months; 11.50 for 3 months. 51 HPHK BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial A Rooma of the Chronicle are on the econu noor of No. 216, Fayetteville St. OOMMUNinATTONS RELATIVE TO J the Business Department of this paper Buuuiu Deaauressea the state uiironi- FOR IT SOON RETURNS TO TKS RIGHT WAY. The Alliance may and doea err. . But it will never be guilty of committing the consummate folly cf forming a new po litical party until it has deliberately made up its mind to commit suicide. It is too valuable an organization and has too great a mission to perform to kill it self by coming a Third Party, or asking its members to forego their political con. visions. Mr. McGratii may plead and our clk, Raleigh, N. C, and all Drafts, Checks people will hear him and give due weight "u osuu Alonev Orders should be raaue payable to "The Chronicle Pub. Co." JUSKiMIUS DANIELS. - - Editor. Equal and Exact Justice to all Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, Re ligious or Political. Thos. Jeflersou. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1891 THE ALLIANCE AND PARTY. A THIRD to what he say3. But when he threat ens to go back to the Republican party, which is responsible for all the evils of which the Alliance complains, he shows how sincere are bis convictions and how deep is his conversion to reform. JUDGE IREDELL AND THE POWER OF THE SUPREME COURT. J ROYALIST jj 4 lsU.Miito'8 fcfc -:o:- All newepaper readers will remember read ing a short time ago ol a Dig lire - Olaflin Company's immense causing an actual laea oi store in New York, UN Absolutely Pure. A cream of tarter baking powder. High est of all in leavenipg strength. Latest U. S. Government Food Report. ILil, 5. TIB 1 CO. Sublime Cloth! The attention of our pat rons is called to the new silk and wool fabric Sub- The last issue of ''Current Comment Wo have not seen the letter of Presi- and Legal Miscellany" contains a por dent McGratii, of the Kansas Alliance, 1 trait and sketch of James Iredell, of addressed to the Southern Alliances j Edenton, North Carolina. The sketch is urging them to attend the Cincinnati a clear and succinct statement of the life Convention prepared to act with a third of this illustrious North Carolinian, party. We understand that his appeal dealing chiefly with his career upon the is coupled with a threat that unless the Bench of the Supreme Court of the lime Cloth. This elegant oouinern Alliancemen go into the third United abates, l he chronicle has pub- dress material is superior pauy movement the Northern Alliance lished several sketches of th;s eminent to all otliers ol tne same men will go back into the Republican jurist, and wo need not quote from this composition. party. article in Current Comment. We notice Well, tho f!nnnvrn v will fnll Praiilpnt I onft allusion to him. however, whieh had 1 18 Very llgllt 111 WeiCTllt, McfllUTIt Hiat nfhnrn man ora nnt fri I JiPrfltnfrtPft Aoronpri nnr nMpntinn On " " HOt CFUSll, ailCl 1 S 3111) OSt Zr. "Uh &Di'a than A"?S.2G,hJ 737' .h.e te a one or the softest ami most mcjr uo uoi uesire ponucai associa- criuw&iug me uteisiuu in iuu court oi i , .i., tfivtnvaa nw. u 1 1 ii v-aiwuurt, iu vvuu uo iuj mo offered our trade ground that it was the duty of the court, under our republican form of This we can show in the Hon with men who have esnonaed the principles of the Alliance merely as a stepping stono to political promotion. The Southern Alliancemen joined the order upon the express understanding and assurance that there was nothing in It that would conflict with their political or religious convictions. They believe in too Alliance as a great social and educa tional institution, aud that iu position upon public questions U strong just so long as it is exerted in a non partisan Spirit. If the Northern and Western Allianceooen wan to go into politics, they have the liberty to do so. But they cannot carry away thoughtful men of the South by threats, nor do we believe that Mr. McGrath's appeal and threat wjll be endorsed by patriotic Alliance men in his own State. It is not offices that patriotic Alliancemen are after it substantial reform and justice. They know that the very moment they organ ise a political party, the usefulness aud power of their organization is ono. It i3 only the short sighted and the impetuous men of the Alliance who are chamoring for the formation of a third political party. They see that such a course is essential to their own elevation. Bat the thought- iui tarmers oi an sections see that in such a movement certain and speedy ruin would come to the organization which they love devotedly. They kuow that the genius of our government is such that no secret political society could exist, and that it is contrary to both the spirit and letter of the consti tutiou. Article 1, section 25 of the Constitu tion of North Carolina reads The p.oplo have a right to assemble togother to consult for their common good, to instruct their representatives, and to apply to the Legislature for re dress of grievances. But secret politi cal societies are dangerous to the liber ties of a freo people, aud should not bo tolerated. This Is a wiso provision of our Consti tution and one that applies alike to all classes and conditions. Secret political organizations, no matter how worthy the purpose, is a menace to freo govern ment, as we havo recently seen empha sizdd in the operations of the Mafia, which was the secret political organiza tion in its worst shape. The Alliance has been and is a great power for good. It has given a new spirit of inqury and broader investiga tion among the farmers. TLey have begun to study political economy and social problems, and their neighborhood topics are upon subjects which will greatly add to their store of knowledge and make them wiser and better citizsns It ii not to be expected that they will not make mistakes. All thinkers and reformers do that. But if they pursue the courso which reason and wisdom alike dictate, and give a hearing to all sides of every question and refuse to al low any man, the platform of any party, or the demandd of any secret organiza tion to control their judgment they will do more to secure just legislation and lofty political principles thau any gnat influence of the past quarter of a cen tury. It is in a calm and considerate discussion cf public questions that just measures are to be evolved. No Lan who reads only one side of a question can lay claim to a correct understand ing of great or amail questions. We are glad to see the members of the Alliance reading and thinkirg about political questions. It ii one of the healthiest signs of (he times and if that reading ' in shall erobraro all sides and a willingness to accept the truth Train a'l .ourc"" will have tho moat Intelligent, aa we alreaJy havo the mo8tpatriotic,citiz?nship in the country. Wo bclievj with Jefferson when he declared 'Sue will of the majority to be the natural law of every society, and thk only 8uiii2 guardians of the IHUliTH OF MAJi....I,ERIMr8 EVEN TniS MAY SOMETIMES ERR, BUT ITS ERRORS ARE HOVrST, SOLITARY AND SHORT-LIVED. f. T U3, THEN FOREVER COW DOWN TO THE (SF. Ki AL REASON OF SOCIETY. Wl ARE government, to pass upon the question choicest Spring colorings, whether an act of Assemblv is inconsis- ixrev, I Cill'l, J ail, ilWIl, tent with the canstitution. At that time Ecru, the Dull Rose shades, tliitf n'uHnn u-Ai a now an1 rmvAl nno .C The view of J l ixik Iredell has prevailed, aud there are not wmtirg those who contend tha the courts have by the ex ercise of thn power really become legis lators. It is essential, it seems to us, 1 1 VI mat some tribunal snouid pass upon the constitutionality of legislative enactments. Otherwise, hastv and un wise legislation would vex tha people and work great injury. But it is the greatest of all powers and is liable to abuse. Indeed it is charged that it has been 8'idly abused at times. Attention, is called to the fact that Judge Iredell, in addition to his ether duties, prepared professional works on "Pleading;" "The Doctrino of the Law of England concerning Real Property, so far as it is in use or force in the State of North Carolina," and a "Treatise on Evidence" which were never published. During: the week, hesrin- ninjr with Monday 13th, a special clisi)lay of these, with annronriate trim mings, will be made near the JFayetteville Street entrance. w, h.&R. S.Tucker & Co., . 123 and 125 Faycttevillo St. One Hundred Thousand Dollars. The regular buyer for FRANK THORNT FAYETTEVILLE, N. C, wired him that as soon as the Insurance Ad justers were through there would be big bar gains in the market. He was advised to use hi WrftHrm and t.hfi rfismlt is highly satis factory to me, and I think will be to my pat rons. We were among the FIRST BUYERS at thia slaughter sale, and secure A FIRST CHOICE of the most desirable goods offered, and pro pose giving our customers the advantage we obtained. The majority of these goods you would never know had been through a fire, unless told so, or on account of The Extraordinary Low Price. We mention a few of them, and suggest an early inspection, as they will not stay with us long. Five Cases Cabat, 4-4 Bleached Muslin. Regular price 8c. per yard; wo now offer by the pie.e or yard, at 6c. Five Cases t'ruit of the Loom Itleach d Muslin, at 8c. per yard, by p'ece or yard. Five IJaies 4-4 Echo Lake Fine Un lileaehed Muslin, Regular price 7c. per yard; we now offer at 5c. per yard. Two Hundred I'ieces dress Prints new spring styles; regular price 732; we now offor at 4c. " Challie Delaines, 00 TO FAYETTEVIMEj ST., -FOE- OL.O THING 9 Where vcu will be suited in quality and style. HATS AND GAPS. SITS ii in All sizes and prices to suit you. CH1LDM AUD IW C10TH1M, Any size you want, just coming in. C O L L- A R.S AND CUFFS, A specialty. A complete line always in stock. Novelties in neckwear for Spring Trade, of all shades and colors. D. S. WAITT, Agt., 805 Fayette ville St , Opposite Postofice. mar!2 3m j $1.49. 1 HOiSli 2S. 16 HAltGETT ST. at 2Ko oer vard I S A X w BEST FOR SEED. worth everywhere 8c. per yard; we now offer 0v EMIMENT (JEOLOtilSTS VISIT OUR CITY. N. C. liiinch reannts. Easv to cultivate. icldd nnre and sella better cn this market than any other. NEW CABBAGE RECEIVED DAILY. (Lowest Prices to the Trade). BANANAS, ORANGES AND LEMONS Constantly on hand. Finest N. C. and Sajrar-cured Ram. E. C Breaklabt Bacon, bides, Ac. Raleigh was visited Wednesday by sev eral gentlemen connected with the United Htates Geological Survey, who have come to the State on the invitation of Prof. Holmes, of the University, for the purpose of examining and discussing some matters connected with North Car olina geology. They aro Mr. Bailey Willis, of Washington (a son of thedis tinguished writer, N. P. Willis), Prof U. K. vanuise, of Wisconsin, and Mr. A. L Whittle, of .Massachusetts. These Best Fancy Patent geuuemeu were mei oy moF. holmes, ana visited the granite quarry in the eastern portion of the city. The party will speud two days examining the geo logical formations between Raleigh and Greensboro, traveling on lever cars fur nished by the Richmond and Dauville railrrai. The Chronicle is glad to have these emineut geologists visit our State, and hopes they will find much of interest to iheim elves and to the State. The present examinations will be follow ed by more thorough work later in the year. NEW GROP MOLASSES Cuba, New Orleans and Syrupa. FRE8B GROUND HOMINY, GRITS, OATMEAL AND BUCKWHExVT. Fresh Lunch Biscuit, Soda Crackers, Cakes, Ginger-Snap3, kc. Preserves Jellies, Canned Corn, Peaches, Tomatoes, Blackberries, and Family Flour. Conainnr.entB of all kinds of country pro duce Holioited. Quick Ma'es and prompt returns. For furthtr infoiOiation write to D.T. JOHNSON, Agt,, - GROCER AND Wholesale Commission Merchant, RALEIGH, N. C. Twenty-Five Pieces Blue Twilled Flannels, heavy and firm; valuo 50c. per yard; we now oiler at 25j. per yard. Ten Bales Dwisht Anchor 1-4, Heavy and Fine Unbleached Dluslin, regular price Uc; we uow offer by the pie.e or yard, at 7o. per yard. One Case Lancaster 10-4 Unbleached Sheeting, a raro bargain; we offer at 19 per yard. One Case Dwight Star Unbleached 40-inch Pillow Case Muslin, regular price and value 10c ; wo now offer at 7c. per yard. Two Cases Continental Unbleached 40-inch Pillow Case .Muslin regular prico and valuo lie; w now offer at 7c. per yard. One Case Fiae Unbleached 35-inch Muslin, $1.99. HUSTLERS. OUR S1.49c. STIFF HATS. Three : caaous why they are aold cheap: 1. Bought at a bargain, direct iroru tl;o lac- 2. Bought in case lots. 3. Thev are leaders. A nimble eixpence profit on ter to us than a klow dollar. leader ir bet- wrf- regular price 7c. yard. avo now offer at 4o. per W. T. McGee. J. A. MOSELEY. How's McGEE & MOSELEY Your Liver? xt wni Is tlic Oriental salutation, knowing that good health cannot exist without a healthy Liver. When the Liver is torpid the Bow els arc sluggish and con stipated, the food lies in the stomach undi gested, poisoning the blood; frequent headache ensues; a feeling of lassi tude, despondency and nervousness indicate how the whole system is de ranged. Simmons Liver Regulator has been the means of restoring more peoplo to health and happiness by giving them a healthy Liver than any agency known on earth. It act3 with extraor dinary power and efficacy. NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED, As a general family remedy for dyspepsia, Torpid Liver, Constipation, etc., I hardly ever one anything else, and havo never been dis appointed in the effect produced; it seems to he almost a perfect cure for all diseaneg vi the Stomach and Eowels. W. J. JIcEtitOT, Macon, Oa. Be Not Impose J Upon! Examine to e thut you set the Kenu ine, Distinguished from all frauds and ImitatioDS by our red Z Trode-Mrk m front of Wrapper, and on the elde the seal and signature of J. H. Zellin & Co- JOHN D. B BIGGS, Building Contractor and Doalerin Rough aud Dressed Lumber, BALEian, n. a to send to us for samples of the following goods, if jou need a good Spring or Bummer drets: Dress Silks. Pint ?d Indi i and China Silks, Wash Cambria Silk, Black and Oolcred Faille Francaise Black and Colored Surah, Evening Silks Twenty-Five Pieces CI. inch Bleached Table Damasks, real value and regular jm'ico 5Cc.; we now offer at 32c. por yard. Twenty-t-vt) Hundred and Thirty Yards IMaid Nainsook, one of the biggest bargains you ever sa-w, at 4c. par yard. Twenty-one Hundred and Sixty-one Yards Plaid Nainsook. See them, at 5c. per yard. Fiiteen Hundred and Thirty-four Yards Lace Pearl Nainsook, at 6c. per yard. Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-one Y'ards Lace Pearl Nainsook, 15c. per yard quality, at Dj. per yard. Twenty-five Cases Aassorted Pants Goods. Thia assortment comprises the lbllowirj" well known brands: LOUISIANA, ATTAK PPASS, COVINGTON DOESKINS, DOUBLE AND TWIST CASSIME11ES, ETC., ETC. These goods will be sold at CLOTHIERS &A TTERZ ftlAGNOLIA TREES AND SHRUBBERY JLtX at a Bakgain. Having decided to sell my property on James street, and having on liand a largo number oi Magnolia trees, I must close them out at a sacrifice To parties desiring Magnolias I would sav that they should buy tnem now, as April is as late as they should be planted. I have alto a large amount ot .ihrubbery, which 1 will eeil very wwiurcasu. J. is. BuiSt'l, marl7-lin Bonnot Gardens James St. Norfolk. Ya. $?pr ej, I ?.oo,u I-ADIFS ?-00 w W. L. DOUGLAS C EJ E? and ther iiecial Jf tiei for Gentlemen, J.M . j Ladies, etc., are war- i A12?.??,s.taInix'd on bottom. Address w, Lu DOLOLAsi, Brockton, Muss. EoMby HELLER BROS.. 131 Fayetteville St., 8olk Agents foh Raleigh, N. C. lAn2-6m. MISS - MAGGIE - REESE. COLORED DRESS GOODS. 25 PER CENT LESS All- ' Englia! Flaiia, theoka and Stripe to' Ho riettas, Fre ch Cashmeres. ergej, Camel's Haira, No, 'eit.es iu than usual price, aud you cannot detect a llaw m them BLACK DRESS GOODS. we now offer by the yard Is prepared to do work In a most faithful and workmanlike manner. Patron a cm tin ki.iut nMUI Bg mmointTd'In Fifteen Cases Assorted Ginghams, real worth Kb.: we now offer bv the varri All-Wcol Henriettas, Enghah Serges, Bap- "Vpwyara. tista Taniote, Black Challiea and Clantte. Silk Warps, Henriettas and Nun's Veiling. WcGEE & MOSELEY, 12'-) and 131 Fayetteville St. worth actually 15c or piece at Ttc. WM. M. JONKS & CO., Hoffman, N." C, Manufacturers ol . K'p'Mi1 attention given to filling orders of Inr e di nc-ueiona. niar24-tf n mu mm, i v. (Graduate of American Veterinary College). Veterinary Suro- EALElUrT, N. O Stcie.-a ap3-U on, r Office at Bobbitt'a Dru WB-mnrmary on v.ilmingtcv atreet oppca'le uvviuwy a xai iona waren6u.3',. Twenty-five Cases Floor Oil Cloths A Rare Cargain, iormer price 7oc. per yard; we now effor 30c. per yard. at Twenty. five Pieces Carpets, all Styles, at just one-half their value. Such bargains as arc. offered in thia selection are exceedingly rare, und don't last long. WHOLESALE might verv judiciously place early orders, be fore the stock ia picked over. FRANK THORNTON, FAYETTEVILLE, N. O. mai22-rJi ly ' .. ... , . v o- -0 o MILLINERY. SPRING AND PRING AND SUMMER -j 89 UMMER lsJ. Imported and Domestic Trimmed Hats and Bonnsts. The greatest variety of fancy straw braid? in the deairabte whades of Grey, Tan, Black' .'nfuLadit 8' Missea aud wee "ttle one9. ' All the new fchadea in Chiffon and other trimming .mi ten da, flowfra so verv natural tume n natUre deS aotalso 'iell its per- allLHu600 de Chene HAIR Ruchisgs, the preltiobt liu , ri Tiea to Bracelets, jewelry, etc. jn ;.t, eT?S?S to wM.ioa l 1 l.Iirl v u 1 1 j 1 - j UrUU O-O OH) 1 be Goods -store SPrice3 reasonable teed. Fancv datidfa;)tion guar- mar 4 tf MAGGIE REESE, H.U.EI3H W. O SOLED - STEEL, NICKEL-PLATED, WILL NOTRUST, KEEN CUTTERS, Best Make . C CISSORS-AXn-QHEARS.- O CiSSORS AND -O HEARS. See that hue Stamp IS ON THE31. Solp Oxly By- :US: SENT BY MAIL OR EXPRESS, 3 I II Raleigii, N. O. 1 S MS f SMS . . 1 SPRING -AND - Summer Goods, I. WSfSSETRO 111 FAYETTEVILLE ST., THE TAILOR Invites his friends and customers to ex amine Goods lor FINE AND MEDICil CLASS SLJITiNIOS AND RAN GOODS. I make a specialty of Cheap Pants, Which I make to order irom $1.50 to SG.OO. j&r I dl nlejo goods l v the x'ard, ai: - havo a Jarge line to i-r vet Jiom K3" Tnctfr aro L vhUil at-sfaetion Gr.ai- antped. PATAPSCO Flouring - - 177 1. Ml S. PATENT C.AGA,V:3Fi1USfgCo. PatapscG-Superiative PATENT THE PREMIER FLOUR OF AMKIUCA. MANUFACTURED FROM THE CHOIbEST - WINTER - WHEAT Aud makes broad famous for its iUCK, CREAMY COLOR AX1 Most Delicious Flavor UNSUirPASSED FOR BREAD, BISCUIT OR PASTRY. - ASK YOUR GROCER FOR PATAPSCO SUPERLATIVE PATENT. PATFNTHIGU GUADK WIN I EH Rolando' choice patent, patapsco family patent CAFE HENRY FAMILY. PAT A PSCO EXTRA. NORTH POINT FAMILY. CHESAPEAKE EXTRA. BEDFORD FAMILY. ORANGE GROVE EXTRA A?I.L?i9,9T(9,rahani or Unbolted). BALDWIN FAMILY. MAPLETON FAMILY. SEVERN MILLS EXTRA. HOWARD MILLS EXTRA CAMDEN SUPER. 'VAltA' On sale in Barrels and Half Barrels; Sacks. Elgnth and Sixteenth 5. L M HaalHiif BALTIMORE. If j& . ALF. A. THOMPSON, Agt, jan2S-WeFriSun-3rn. RALiio, N. C. Briggs' Sash, Door and Rlind Fac tory at Reigh, N.c This valuable buaineas nrot)prir i a not fiOld nrivst hr .. , 0 B- l Hon AZZuiZl ea at the O urt w u iu, JWniR TflOflo - ' " ."ij Pa,.e8 de8Irin6 JS PROPOSALS. 1 Ofpice of Exr.ixszE Reibo-iu Air L:n-. liALron, S. C, J-Pnl litii, Fropssak for tear Mk, Portion-'- "r; h S a- tho TlieK-m LU su-d n ,-a is v. leet dept' seen at ,- The fy servedc r . - iivUi, iiio- ,ia-r,