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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, JUNE 28, 1891.
gtxc tntc (Clxrouiclc. PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY BY 1 The Chronicle Publishing Co., 210 Kayettevlile sjtM Raleigh, North Carolina. JOSEPIIUS DANIELS, Editor. DIRECTORS : Josepjius Daniels, II. B. Harpy, Geo. P. Pell, C. J. Betts. JHCSTATECHHONICLjy S -. J. i.,nir 11 1.1 1 n l Ji'H' ! TERMS POST Aft K FREE : Daily, one vear, - - - $0.00 Daily, mx month-, ... 3.00 Daily, one montli, - - - ."0 Weekly, one y ar, - - - 1.2" Weeklv, in clubs of ", - 1.00 Lil nil ronum-v-ion allowed to club il't'IltS. Sample copies furiiii'l five on application. IUIOP IS A POSTAL. If at any t iin your paper is not dc livt-rcil, or if it is delaved. 1873, would have produced none of these evil consequences. It could not have occurred under that law, since the owner of the silver bullion would have carried away with him the coin from the mint. The gov ernment would have had no more interest in the coin than in the bul lion from which it was made; just as the country miller is neither the owner of the corn or wheat, norof the meal or flour into which it is ground. He grinds it, and takes his toll, and there is the end of his connection with the busi ness; and the only difference be tween the operation of the miller in grinding the grain, and that of the Government as the coiner of gold and silver bullion, under the old law was that the latter took no toll. Every citizen who owned bullion was at liberty to have it coined, at the United States mint, without cost, because it would increase the money in the country. It is true that the present admin istration has had no difficulty, thus far, in getting rid of the accumulat ing surplus in the Treasury. The vast expenditures for pensions, and other extravagances are rapidly de pleting the accumulations, or, which is the same thingmaking necessary thejpaying'out of silver certificates. But this could not happer under an economical administration. The free coinage of silver would have the nlwr dollars in the hands of tin owners of the bullion, win ther they be the miners or the purchasers. These men could not'aiVord to hoard the coin as the government does, and thus keep it out of circulation; but thev would spend it in waires to i laborers in loans, in building rail- abundant provision for the wants of the people that he and his followers would hold back as long as possi ble, since they cannot wholly de stroy. WHAT EVOLUTION IS. In a speech at the Teachers' As sembly, Mr. A. H. Merritt, Coun ty Superintendent of Chaham? made a good point when he ridi culed explanations that" do not ex plain, and definitions that do not de. fine. Incidentally he gave a severe castigatior. to the shadowy doctrine of evolution. He said that HeaJ bert Spencer gave the following definition of evolution : "Evolution is a change from an indefinite, incoherent homogeneity to a definite coherent heterogeneity through continuous differentiations and integrations." Prof. Tait tried his hand at in terpretation as follows : "Evolution is a change from a nohowish, untalkaboutable all-alike-ness to a somehowish and in jren eral talkaboutable not-at-all-alike ness by continuous something else- ifications and stick-toether-ations." "Which of these definitions de fines? If the contemplated through line from Norfolk to Cincinnati via Raleigh will only be put through by the completion of the part be tween Stanhope and this city, anr the portion between Wilkesboro am Bristol North Carolina cities such as Winston-Salem, Greensboro Durham, Raleigh and Tarboro will receive inestimable benefit, and the State will then have a through trunk like running from East to West. 9 Every fiflonth many women suffer from Excessive or Scant Menstruation; they don't know who to confide in to get proper advice. Doa't confide in anybody but try Bratifield's Female Regulator a Specific for PAINFUL, PROFUSE, SCANTY, SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR MENSTRUATION. Book to "WOMAN" mailed free. BRAD FIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. Sold by I1 DracrglAts. THINGS JO EAT. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IX THE Grocery Line. Can be found at J. R. TERRELL'S. Hams, Pork, Bacon, Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Rice, Flour, Meat, Meal, Butter. Lard, Canned Goods, Etc. Also the finest assortment of Cigars, Cigarettes, Chewing and Smok ing Tobaccos and Pipes. Housekeepers, leave your orders with me and they will be promptly filled. J. It. TERRELL, 203 Fayetteville St. TTT1T TT TT HH HH HHHHH HH HH EEEEE EEE EEEEE m every niy uismher iy hx The inr.ney would thus i(-t in eircu iiciiM'K in in' monnn'r. 11 not I'apers ,-houM !o on tin door steps j roads houses and a thousand wavs. ! Ine Chronicle desires to return its thanks, even at this late hour? to lro. Jno. I. Sherrill, of the Concord Standard, for the useof cuts in our recent Concord write-up. Homebody is at fault, and if so we want to know it. If you fail to receive your paper, lation immediately, and be kept in circulation. It is true that the monev paid bv theref ,ro, or if it ro.,i,s late, drop j th(, ovenmu.llt to tw Inill0rs, or us a in.Miu at once, gmng your asMress, and Matin,: vour com plaint, v.'hieh will receive prompt attention. I am a l)?ii"THt, pure and simple. 1 ) hrvo in (iuhtinu for reforms in tide of party lines-. lli"ve that tiny attempt to organize a thin part in tle "oulh would he an no solute f.iihnc ...ln '! hlm-tri. SIWDAY, June -J.S, 1 801 HOARDING SILVER. An incidental evil of the present system of eoiniii'' silver arises from the r.eccs.-ity which it imposes upon the rovernment of hoarding the coin. The law requires that the 'Government shall monthlv make purchases of silver bullion amount ing to four and a half millions of ounces. An ounce of silver bullion consist of 480 grains. While a silver dollar contains. "71.2 grains, and the result is that four and half million of ounces will be coined into $.,818,181.81, and during the twelve months, this amount will be increased to $00,818,181.72, which will be unnecessirily locked up in the treasury. I'ndcr ihe law which existed prior to .Inly last, the government was required to purchase monthly not less than two n illion ounces of silver bullion, and coin it into silver dollars. This act was in force for more than eleven years, and caused a vast accumulation in the vaults of the Treasury Departmert. The present law, by requiring a more than two-fold purchase ami coinage of silver, will duplicate the mass on hand in a brief period. Now, the free coinage of nlver under the Ja.v as it existed prior to holders of bullion, will be used by them; but the amount is limited, and the process is round about; the effect of which is to cramp and con tine business operations. It neces sitates the hoarding of monev bv the government to be readv to make the monthly purchase of bullion; j and hoarding the coin, when pur- 11(1.1 i A The friends of the demonetization of silver are quite selfish enough to have intended this effect of the measure ; but whether they foresaw and intended it or not, the evil con sequences have followed, and have added to the iniquity of the system. The government of the United States has a plenty of business on its hands, of a legitimate nature, in raising revenue by taxation for the purpose of paying the necessary expenses of administration. There is not v, shadow of necessity for hoarding money to buy bullion, and then hoarding the coin produced by the bullion. It was a maxim of Jefferson that the -world is govern ed too much ; and this Republican, or monopolistic policy of buying up silver to be coined is an illustration of it. If there was reason to antic ipated seven years famine of the precious metals there might be excuse for buying them up and hoarding, but so far as is known our Pharoah of the White House has had no admonition that effect, from our dream or dreamer of dreams. It is never the lean kine, nor the blasted ears of corn that haunt his pillow, but always the fat-fleshed anl well-favored, and the full ears that disturb his slumbers. It is these evidences of Nature's Consumption Incurable ? Read the following, Mr. C. II. Morris, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. Be gan taking Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle, and able to over see the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made." Jesse Middle wart, Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had it not been for Dr. Kind's New Discover v for Con sumption I would have died of Lung Troubles. Was given up by doctors. 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It is the Lakglst Life Insurance Com pany in the world. 3. it 18 the Strongest financial institu tion in the world, its Hs-ets amounting to more than $147,000,000. 4. It 13 the Safest Company m which to insure. 5. It is the Cheapest Companv in which to insure. Its large dividend returns reduce the final cost of Insurance to a minimum. C It is the Best Company in which to insure, as it combines all the advan tages of age, large and select mem bership, financial strength, absolute security, and the cheapest insurance that is honestly possible under any contract which has a definite value to the beneficiary. 7. It his no stockholders to claim any part of the profits. The assets and surplus all belong to the insured. 8. Its ratio of expenses to receipts shows t- e most economical management. 9. Its New Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance company. 10. It places no Ke tbiotions upon Trav el, Occupation or Residence after be ing two years in force llBeing practically Non'-Forfeitable and Incontestable it provides a lega cy and not a lawsuit. 12. It is the Simplest and most compre hensive form qi Insurance Contract ever issued. If the Policyhold er pays ms Premium while he lives, the Com pany will pay the full value of his Policy when .lie dies 13. All Claims are paid immediately upon acceptance of pro Is of death. 14. The Distribution Policy of this Com pany presents a most attractive in vestment feature. It not only accu mulates the surplus arising from the premiums over the cost of the insur ance on each policy in force during the Distribution period, but increases it y compound interest. MliLEK & LINDSAY, District Agts for North Carolina, RALEIGH, N. C. Office in Henry Building, immediately in front of Postoffice Lock Box 373. If you want to know vhat a policy will cost cut this out, filling in the bJants, and mail to us. We will return you estimato and one of our calendars: Amount Age (nearest birthday) . . Name Address .".. apr 1-tilljanl L. Q. RHODES . W. HEW1N. A. G. RHODES & CO., 9 E. Martin Street, 20 Ex change Place, RALEIGH. N. C. EE 4 LESS IN Furniture, Clocks, PICTURES, &C. WE ABE STILL AHEAD. We are continually receiving ISTew Goods- We extend to ym a cordial invitation to call and look at PARLOR SUITS, Which we sell from $28.50 to $125. Our Chamber Seta Ircm $20.C0 to $150. Battan Chairs from f2.15 to $15.00 each. We a'so keep extra WASH STANDS. BUREAUS, MATTRESSES, SPRINGS, And in fact everything to be found in a first-class FURNITUREISTORE. Be sure to see and examine before buy ing ehewhere. Respectfully, A. G. RHODES & CO. june 16-3m W ater Coolers, Galvanized and Porcelain Lined. -BRASS Preserving - Kettles. Porcelain Lined Preserving - Kettles Mason's Porcelain and Glag3 Top FRUIT JARS. STEP LADDERS, FLY TRAPS. WHITE MOUNTAIN ICE CREAM FREEZERS. mi. i m SUMMER SPECIALTIES Refrigerators, Wa.er Filters and Coolers Ice Cream Freezers, ' Ice Crushers and ?haves Wire dish Covers, ' Croquet gets, Hammocks, r n Fly Fns and Traps Baby Oarmges and Swings, ' Oil -toves and Carp t Sweep era Bath Tubs for Infanta and aw And a General Line of FURNISHING GOODS, All at the Lowest Prices W. H. HUGHE?. apr24-'2ro. Raleiah, N. ( NewDern noli, Morehead City, X. . Under New Management. Raleigh. Has been refitted for the season, and no pains will be spared to makt it a delightful resort. Ho B&r-Rccm IMmt We Bake The Prettiest, Nicest, and Best Bread, in North Carolira. PL IN and Fancy Cakes Bake! every day. If you desire anything in the Baker's line, we will always be pleas ed to terve you Orders from a distance promptly filled. Wedding Cakes a Sjk.x ialty. Constantly kept on hand a full and fresh supply of choice confections. Nick Debov & Co., French Bakers and Confectioners, IC3 Fayetteville Street, juue2-tf. RALEIGH, X. C. to offend the Ladies and endan r the children . They will be pert'ret ly safe and free from this anoyaiH-.-. The table supplied with all tL delicacies of the season, Polite Clerks. and attentive waiters. Still li-him: and trolling for bluefish and Span ish mackerel are amonjr the m; enjoyable sports, while the Surf Bathing, the sound bathing and the sailim are delightful in the extreme. All trains stop at the platform, immediately in front of the House. Accommodations first class. Terms Moderate. E,. D. ARTHUR. Proprietor. News From Above. The latent int'i-nCe from the upp-r regions, that is to tjy, fr. m the op ot the Mue hidge, is that th nnv and'elega::'. hf-tetelry of the Greri Park Uoel O-n i r,any, at tvovicg Kock, N.C., wilJ be re u for the entertainment ot guests on he 2:,rl. ot June The prrprietor? f re pparr g u-ir; r mouev nor eff rs in tSeir ei,1eiv.e t mjPe this th-most pop ir re rt in f mountains of North nro ini. f-o 'Later; tritnds my b a-nrei tl st the COMFORT AND PLEASURE of jruest-i w-iil be prov de l for in a mai i: i superior to anythi: -g yet expc -r;tu..-d that i art of the'mou'ita'n coun'rv. At considerable expense, a Veatif-iIIv illustrated SKETCH K DRIED FRUITS AT- I. R. Ferrall&Co.s, 222 FaypttPvtllF -itron. California Evaporated Apricots and Apples. N. 0. DRIED APPLES & PEACHES FRENCH AND TURKISH PRUNES Caiiiornia Dried Grape?. H , North Carolina Green Atples A.t Prices to Suit Everybody. Pure, Freah-Groupd, Old-fashioned Virginia Buckwheat, Pennsylvania Bnckwheat and Graham Flonr. trftsh Oround Hominy and Grits E OATMEAL, OAT FLAKKS WHEAT FT.AKES AND CRACK ED WHEAT. ibices and Quality of all goods m our line guaranteed. Telephone 83. d-pcriptive of Green prbJ31owir;g jjock and v cimty has been issued bv tne com pany, which will be se t tree on applica tior , toge'her with aav other information desired. nn great desideratum has been pro vided tor, and that i a house comfortat lv heated throughout. cool. Address, G KEEN PARK HOTEL CO mayln-eod-tf. "lowing Kock, N O. Special Bargains TO Close Out! I will sell within as short time as possible the stock of goods of the late D. S. Waitt, agent. This stock consists of Clothing, St raw Hats. Soft and Stiff Hats, white and el ored Dress Shirts, and everything kept in a gents' furnishing store. These goods must be sold, as the business is to be closed out entirely. Goods will be sold without re serve, and no goodi will be taker, back after being paid for and deliv ered. II. V. WAITT.