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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, AUGUST 2,-1891
" " " N ' 1 mm . . ftc tatc txrouiclc. JVISUKD DAILY ASD WIEKLY BY Tiic Ghronide Publishina Go., 31G Fayetteville St., JUlckui, North Carolina. JO1F4FHUS DANIELS, Editor. ; DIUIXTOKS : Jo3ftFUU3 Daniels, H. 15. IIakdy, Geo. P. Pell. if.- V. i ' lailed, slieep-colored cassimere coat. It looked like a four-dollar coat. It did not cover the seat of his trousers. His trouses were "kneed" and looked like they had been slept in. They were haggard and loafed all over his shoes. Sam's hair seem ed grayish about the temples, and he was thinner and more worn looking than when the writer last saw him. There seemed to be 5,- 000 present the opening Sunday. The Bodley "Wagon works had been equipped. There was n plain pine bell, it might prove "somewhat irksome" to him to go around the State speaking for him. LET 1 HE BIBLE BE SACRED. The authorities of the Piedmont Exposition have arranged for the production of "King Solomon" dur ing the Exposition. It is a play taken from biblical incidents, and in one or more of the acts five hundred ballet girls come out upon the stage stand, on tha seantincr- railing oi i i i T ... anu dance, win Hi Snrn -'it. n.r.d swimer ins lt-irs Iccv. Dr. Uanpler has served notice on the Exposition authorities m -a 1 1 ana pulk-u li s di oo;m I - '.';' v i T- , its Yl "fJshi,, A vx s STATS CHRONICLE. .'-.--i ffTi"" i'.frT'ji'll7rjr'!!T".f?. ,1" TERMS POSTAGE FREE I I)a:.v, one year, Ix.vii.i', six months, Dailv, one month, "Weekly, one y. ; r, "Wh::kly, in cU ' Llli'TUi CO.. i $G.OO 3.00 .50 ;) ig, 'thin, black. Ttnki'rh mustache. V. hen the mo mct:t cmne he sited bdore the peo ple, and, in silence, seemed to study them one by out. He prayed with strong simplicity, brevity, dignity, earnestness. A brother sinner sit Li'iu' near whispered: "Tliat wasn't so biMl." The reply came: "Wait a while!" After clearing up the flutter and buzz r.i'.d t ending out an old country man with short breeches and a cry- inf? babv. Sam commenced. He was facing a strange audience. He descended upon the Philistines. He was like David, only he don't use. smoth stones and uses more than Hive. He let liy, and the sinners' hair began to bristle up the backs of their heads. They were mad at his vulgarity. They showed fight ,1k! went away saying he Avas a blackguard. But in that sermon he had struck Goliah plump. Sermun followed sermon, each built up differently. Sam gives the sinner blue-mass one day and quinine the next. He lets him down and ttnes him up, and now and then, in one of his pathetic moods, he takes him by the hand and leads him into green pastures and by the side of still waters and the A llow lets a tear lly without knowing it. Sam is a man of big :; vrt, and savs vulirar thinirs at r:;' 'S l-.wi what -. - . it... TTip. women praise P. P. "or Scrofula, General Weakness and TMprvousness, Indigestion, Rheuma tism, and Female Complaints. Try ' -r-k -r T the rreat- and powertul Jr. r. r.9 and then recommend it to your neighbors, and you will know you have done a good deed. HARRIS' . DYEING AND RENOVATING WORKS. East Mabun" St&eet. RALEIGH, N. C. AVe make 'a Specialty of Blocking and Pressing SilklHats. SUMMER SPECIaSJ Refrigerators, Waier Filters and Coder,! Ice Cream Freezere ers dfcitaTee ' Wire rtiah p,.., rt:e ih.nt he will denounce the play as a prch:.i.?it!on an d as almost as bad as the ration Flay,and has urged them to eane'jl the encasement. AYe have never seen either, but we do not hesitate to endorse Dr. Candler's position, and upon this ground: We do not believe in giving Bible scenes in the theatre, much less when they are made to excuse bal let dancing and scant costumes. The incidents of the Bible ' are sacred, and it is profanation to give them the tinsel and glare of the modern stage. There is a wide spread tendency now to treat holy things lightly and irreverently and such exhibitions have a tendency to increase the flippant spirit of the Work Done on the Most Approved Plan.r A trial will convince you. v- C. HARRIS, june25-tr Manager. trcqnet isets, age. he says is hold ! 1 u... 'U'.lv of the )!:'! r .i ':. l at.. If at any tiir.e your paper is not de liver d, or U' it is delayed. IVp-.T.? .-hfulil be on the dor stej'S of every "eity vSubscriher ly six o'clock in the morning. If uol Mmebo;.!v is at fault, and if so we want to know it. if you fail to receive your paper, therefore, cv if it comes late, drop us a postal at once, giving your address, and stating your com plaint, which will receive prompt attention. 1 am a Democrat, pure and simple. I believe in lighting for reforms in side of party lines. I believe that any attempt to organize a third part in the Sonth would be an ab solute failure. Ben Tillman. Mi' There is a place and a time for all things. The Bible and the sacred incidents recorded in it are not the suujeet to be employed to exhibit the grace of ballet dancers. No matter how beautiful, we do not believe in drawing from the Bible to get the subjects for the theatre. Ivomance and history furnish abund- That people will suffer from sick headache, dys pepsia, nervousness, con-v stipatiou, piles, and -'frequent attacks of bilious- . ness, when a few doses of Simmons Liver Regula tor, taken occasionally, would cure and prevent them. There are also very intelligent people who foil to note the action of the system, whether the waste passes off ' regularly, or they... have eaten something too hard . for the delicate organs of digestion. The result is the liver, kidneys and bowels become " diseased, the tongue coated, the blood tainted, skin yel lowish occasionally break ing out with pimples. The victims become mel ancholy, sleepless and lose their appetite, and so on until his complaint is chronic, when they know that Simmons Liver Reg ulator will euro them. Take 8 i m mons Liver Regulator. Be Not 'Imposed Upon! Examine to see that you set the Genuine, Distinguished from all frauds and mitations by our red V. Trade-Mark, on front of Wr:-;pneT, and on the side the seal and sisr .nrire of J. H. Zeilin & Go Baby Oarnagea Red fe'win- Oil stoves and Carr And a General line cf- HOUS2 I Water Coolers, j furnihu r j r,: ,,..,.,e,l and Force Lined. F U it U H I k lj 1 n -v , I' -BBASS Preserving - Kettles. All at the Lottc W a?r2i-2sa. 1 1 . Forcelain Lined- Prsssrvlng - Kettles, j Hason's Porcelain and Glasa Top i y it FRUIT MM. 1 Morehead City, X. ( ft ai i I STEP LADDERS, Y TRAPS TTIIITE MOUNTAIN ICE CEEAM FREEZERS. Under New Management, Has been refitted for tl;- ( ; . and no pains will be spared to r it a delightful resort. "5 i fl fiflfRR CR1T3- ! " to offentl tlie Ladies a nl 1 r - mi a. mm i mm, he tldrc,n; y1'-":- KiLHGE, k. o ' ly free fli?m, f " ine table supplied with all u.. IVTOTICE. LAND SALE I will bnn?niir the O O I. ell at public out-crr on "Wednes- nav. tne lin uay ot iuiftui?:-. next, on the premises, about 400 ucvl-5--w land in Orange county, on End-liver, formerly known as Dickson Mills, three miles fror.i University Station. Terms: One-half cash, balance pur-ihn.- o monoy on twelve months time: . ' I'.r.te bearing interest of 8 per cent, re- (:iiu'ed. 'litle reserved till the entire delicacies of the season, Polite Clerks. Cot UwMi and attentive waiters. and tropin if-Ii mar1 Ol'.il U-iy ,1 w 1 . ant subjeeis without Bible characters down to the level i is recommended by physicians bec-m ! thfv si'i- its bo.!H1v n rnim: of ballet dnncers. thi'in. A leading 'pliysic.-m v. Xcw York and director ot one oi the b;re hos- t:je public be damned." am 1 biood, sti!ek-Uj liii'.v Mi nuMintaia irout ,:tr best at diirerent bait. In the midst of liis black portraitures of life lie will now and then let in a clear, mellow, chaste bit of rhetoric as sweet and translu cent as a deep, cool pool of blue sky through the ragged edges of circling clouds. i..n i, ..--mi resign fat offices, it i gci- jlly : ;au:5c they are Ibrced to tlo so. 't I'.Ia '.vas the reason that impelled collector Ekiiardt to resiirn. Platt told Harrison he e.ip.ount is paid. The above land will be sold in two ' tracts of iibut 2(0 acres each, hirr'n! .- j i i in ' coved, ?.:ood b: nldlr.fr t !a:vi r.. ..r.-.: ; ell t.:n.L-er:- i. j . . r.re " :;:. w. w. cox! ; co. .1 K:k m. pita.is, tM.ys, Feb. 8, IS'.'O, l:e Las made u.-v of tlc V. P. P. sent him, and was p!e--;sed to say P. P. P. pvovefi elTica ciea.i in a nnmber of cases, and adds, ' is no wr. a than i'.e sJionld have an ticlo.i'.ttl i the satisi'aetovy combi nation of snch v, elL-lniown drue;s. A pvominetit railway superintendent of Savrnna-h (name .uiven on applica tion; says he was crippled by a disease must aismiss Erhardt if he wanted, eat Without assistance, havin-lost the SUNDAY, August 2, 1891. SAI JONES SKETCHED. V IIY CLEVKLAM) DID NOT GO TO OHIO. Everybody is interested in Sam Jones. Some peoplo rottcL-egg him, and some try to whip him and fail; others travel hundreds of miles o hear him preach and never tire in their praise of this most unique man in the American pulpit. Every editor where he has preached has attempted to describe him, and when he was in Durham this writer attempted a description of the man and his methods. The best pen picture of the evan gelist yet written is Ihe graphic sketch given of him by Mr. W. E. Christian in the Basic City Ad vance. Mr. Christian was born in Raleigh, was at one time editor of the Charlotte Democrat and is the son-in-law of the late "Stone wall" Jackson. Here is what he writes of Sam Jones : This man has been holding bis meetings at Staunton. He has the grace of a snake. His eye is as steady and as charming as a snake's eye. He has (he velvet tread of a panther and the plainness of an old Shoe. Last Sunday he wore a short- Much surprise has been expressed that Mr. Cleveland did not goto Ohio to speak. Ili3 special friends contend' that it would be beneath his dignity to enter into the cam paign. We do not believe, in that kind of dignity that is always fear ing to do something unbecoming. Nor do we believe that Mr. Cleve land entertains any such view. He has never gone upon the stump and no doubt he feels that he ought not to enter upon an untried field. He may i"el that the tax upon him would bo too great, and that if he were to take the stump in Ohio he would be compelled to do likewise in other states, and he may believe that his most effective work for re form ia along the line that has characterized his labors in the past. Or, it may be that like other men, he has some feeling of resent ment toward Gov. Campbell for hi3 recent utterance. Interviewed by the St. Louis Republic, Gov. Campbell is quoted as saying: "I think the South and West both prefer a Western candidate, all oth er circumstances and conditions be ing ei jual. I think the domination of Ne v York has become somewhat irksome." It is entirely possible that Mr. Cleveland feels that if "the domi nation of New York has become somewhat irksome" to Gov. Camp- Now York's vote for renomination. The collector had an old fashioned notion that it was his duty to serve the publicrather than obey the be hests of the political boss. This was a queer notion and contrary to the Harrisonian spirit and the collector had to walk the plank. The new collector will know too much to do other than the bidding ot his boss, and his motto will be "the public be damned." The Kenly Weekly Visitor is eleven weeks old, and .the circula tion has increased so rapidly that it has enlarged. It is a bright paper and wo wish it every success. Thh English courts refused to allow Mrs. Matbrick to recover the insurance money because she murdered her husband. It turns out now that Mr. Matbbick's will provided that his wife was to have only the interest on the $ 12,000 and the principal was to go to. their children upon her death. There is good reason why she should not have the money, but the innocent children ought not to be deprived of the principal after her death. A fact worth knowing is that dis eases which all other .medicines fail to cure yield slowly but surely to the cleaning properties of P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Po tassium.) I was a sufferer from catarrh for fifteen years, with distressing pain over my eyes. I used Ely's Cream Balm with gratifying-results. Am apparently cured. Z. C. Warren. Rutland, Vt. use of his limbs by rheumatism, ma laria, dyspepsia, etc. Physicians here sent him to New York and they re turned him here, and he was as com plete a wreck as one could be and live. V course ot P. P. P. has made him a well man. P. P. P. is known anion cr nhvsicians in the South tor its various aud won derful cures as the great purifier of the ase. Blood Poison Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis, old sores, pimples, blotches, scrofula, blood and mercurial poison and skin diseases are eradicated by the use of P. P. P. Hosts of certificates are in office to show the cures in these diseases where all other medicines have failed. Bheiimatiem Inflammatory, gout, sciatic and its kindred diseases with its excrutiating pains are cured by the wonderful blood cleansing properties of P. P. P. Prick ly .Ash, PokeKoot and Potassium. Catarrh Originates in scrofulous taint. P. P. P. purifies the blood and this prevents catarrh. For Old Sores, Skin Eruptions, Pim les. Ulcers and Syphilis, use only P. . ?. P., and get well and enjoy the bless : ngonly to do derived from the use of VP. P. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and potassium. Mountain FarK fsotel, HOT SPRINGS, X. C. Under Entire New Management. This charming resort in the moun tains has been leased for a term of years. Modern in all appointments. Table and service unexcelled. Rooms good size and well furnished. Natural hot water baths in marble pools are luxu rious. Amusement for the pleasure seeker; rest for the over-worked: health ror t he invalid. For circulars a nd rates, address W. F. ROSS. junlO-Sm. Proprietor. fiv ild'htful in the . . Ail trains stop at i immediately in front o.' Accommodations lirst cl Terms Mctle:?' Davidson -'.-College, Me lenburg Co., N. C. J. B. SHRARim T Tl T.T. T President, and Professor of Biblical instruction and Moral Philosophy. W. J. MARTIN, LK D., V Vice-Pres. . and Prof, of Chemistry. W. D. VINSON. M. A., T Professor of Mathematics. W. S. GRAVES, M. A., w Jofessor of Latin and French. W. S. CURRELIi, Ph. D.. xt t o.r. iraeesor of English. Professor of Natural Philosonhv C. R. HARDING. Ph. D "P- T Pressor of Greek and German. Tutor of Mathematics, Bros., WHOLESAIiE Druggists, Sole Proprietors, SAVANNAH, GA. D&W The Master's Course. The Batchelor's Course. The Science Coarse. Eclectic Courses. Business Courses. For Degree Courses, the studies of the Freshman and Sophomore Classes are prescribed, and thn Rtnriioa Junior and Senior Classes are elec tive. For the Eclectic and Business r, ' 6110 sruaies are elective Si?8 in English in Science, and in the Bible are given due prominence. J or catalogue, address the President. E. D. flRTHU r rv-.-. T S n Ff i Di! ANTI CS: PHAL' algine: CURE: HEADACES Mr. C. E. Hol ton, Druggist, Greensboro, N. C: " I have failed to find a SINGLE case that Antice-phalalgine has failed to cure. A N D Mr. C. 1). 1M;! Scc'y X. On-.-: Iron Co., (Irn-r.r bur, "says; nse proved iT.tiiv.; Fatisi'actory in re moving tlieaH;e:n aremarkaMy:": time, not tt.vw: fifteen minute: -either case." 3Sreira,lgia IN FIFTEEN MINUTES BY1YOUR WATCH. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST, O-S-d&w-ly. LITTLETON HIGH SE AND Business Institute. College Preparation. Commercial Course, Penmanship, Telegraphy, Shorthand and Typewriuc- Prices very moderate. Unexcelled los tion. Opens August 24, 1831. For catalogue, address I. W. 13 AG LEY, Pbici: JuBe30-2m HOD - 7-19-d-t ...o. IvIUlLI I tin I jZt'c- PTRVTCPTk fi. T- ... 1k.T T ...1 A rrc :r.C "1' SrSferJJ?8 a"' Superintendents Quarters, etc. fVLLC vpen September ist, 1S91. Sena loxh. . if r m- otu., A.u., SuperlBtcndent, RUTHERFOnuiy'1'"