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The Ghronide Publishing Go., 216 Fayettevllle St.. Raleigii, North Carolina. JOSEPHUS DANIELS, Editor. directors : Josephus Daniels, H. B. Hardt, Geo. P. Pell. GTATS CHRONICLE. THE ONLY HOP OK THE PffOPLE. a n. v - i . is ir i w t j r r - b'j-r The Socialists and there is ,a greater tendency to socialism than su perficial readers recognize, are look ing around to see with which party it is most advisable for them to act. They argue and wisely that while the Democratic party is nearer to them in their bias for equality ot opportunity, they are too conserva tive and would never abandon con stitutional ristts. The Republi- can party, argues the Socialist, is their best hope. Jt is at present using its energies to make the rich richer and the poor poorer, but it does it through contempt for tbe constitution, which marks it out as the party for the Socialists to use. The Democratic party was de nounced in the early part of the century because Jefferson and his followers proclaimed and enforced the equality of mankind, and showed that justice to all could only be maintained by the strict construc tion of the constitution. It is in that adherence to the chart and the When Cleveland wrote his first message againt the free coinage of silver great indignation was ex pressed . throughout the South. Nobody distrusted his integrity,(for he is above reproach) but his position was everywhere antago nized. We fear that the uncalled- for antagonism between Alliance and non-Alliance elements lias caused some weakening along this line. Upon this, as upon all its principles held upo its organiza tion, the Alliance is eternally right, and Southern statesmen for a quarter of a century have so de clared. The fight is on for a double standard and against contraction! Wake Up SUXOIEK SPECIALTIES. Good Looks. Good looks are more than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a bilious look, if your stomach be dis ordered you have a dyspeptic look and if your kidneys be affected you have a pinched look. Secure good healthnd vo.u will have good looks. Electric Bitters is the great altera tive and tonic, acts directly on these Rae's drugstore, 50c. per bottle. Democratic principle that the gov- vital organs. Cures pimples, ernment shall do nothing for the blotches, doiIs and gives a good com , . n .-, Dlexion. Sold at John 1. Mac people mat iney can uo ior mem- , i selves. Democracy makes men self reliant and is opposed to all cod dling of men as if they were mere babies. I t is the hope of the country. TERMS POSTAGE FREE : Daily, one year, - - - $6.00 Daily, six months, - - - 3.00 Daily, one month, - - - .50 Weekly, one year, - - - 1.25 Weekly, in clubs of 5, - 1.00 Liberal commission allowed to club agents. Sample copies furnished free on application. DROP US A POSTAL. If at any time your paper is not de livered, or if it is delayed. Papers should be on the door steps of every city subscriber by six o'clock in the morning. If not somebody is at fault, and if so we want to know it. I you fail to receive your paper, therefore, or 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 fighting ior reforms in ide of party lines. I believe that any attempt to organize a third party in the South wonld be an ab solute failure Ben Tillman. SATURDAY, - August 29, 1891. HO ME-SPUN YARNS. "MANY-A SHAFT AT RANDOM SENT." In his address before the State Alliance, Mr. Elias Carr used these words : "We are assailed on every hand by demagogues, chiefly those in oifice whose sole object is to perpet uate their power and it matters lit tle by what means they effect their purpose. Sometimes we see them masquerading as friends of the far mer, but in reality employed by soulless corporations to sow the seeds of discontent among us. And, sometimes they are the hirelings of the great trnnk lines Mhich like a gigantic octopus are slowly but surely absorbing and paralyzing what little blood and energy is now left unto us." If you wake up in the morning with a bitter or bad taste in your mouth, Languor, Dull Headache, Despondency, Constipa tion, take Simmons Liver Eegulator. It corrects the bilious stomach, sweetens the breath and cleanses the furred tongue. Children as well as adults sometimes eat something that does not digest well, producing Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Bestlessness, or Sleeplessness a good dose of Eegulator will give relief. So perfectly harmless is this remedy , that it can. be taken oy the youngest infant or the most delicate person without injury, no matter what the condition of the system may be. It can do no harm if it does no good, but its reputation for 40 years proves it ' never fails indoing good. Be Not 'linpo.se t Upon! Fxnminc to ee that you get the Genuine, Distinguished from all f rands and nutations bv our red Z Trade-Mark, on front of VvTraouer. and on the side the -eal and signature ot .T. H. Zeilin & Co Refrigerators, W&vex Fillers and Coolers; Ice Cream Freezers, Ice Crashers and Shaves, Wire dish Covers, trtquetSets, A Hammocks,'' Fly Fans and Traps, Baby Oarriages and Swings, Oil Htoves and Carpet Sweepers, Bath Tubs for Infants and A Afid a General Line of FURNISHING GOODS, All at tht Lowest Prices. apr24 W. F. HUGHES. Baleigh, N. C. OXFORD another Big Card For the Benefit of the Masses, The entire country is excited over the Dricm Ll. selline Drv Rnro " WUI Female Seminary. The Session of 'Oland'SEwillBeg-n SEPTEMBER 10, 1891. Fifteen Officers and Teachers,Eminent ly Qualified by Experience and Education. Thorough Courses in Languages, Lit erature, Science, Music, Art, and Elocution. TERMS REASONABLE. semng ury Goods, and no 7 the like ol it never wav ia.iiv;auS nave lallen into li I am informed will in a few on sale tickets at greatly redd if enabling everybody to atteS Great and Extraordinary Bar J. Every one who makes a me now tells their ndghbW? bargains obtained, and thetowt lages and woods are full of to come to the mnst.tw-i M ever happened within the recoil of the oldest inhabitant. Xcw i, orrortnnit.v. an A if j. -mt j, ii ,uu uy jof v advantage of it ycu are standi your own light. I do not want w 5 you with too much reading writo narrc offn ,-. : "id pae m regard to -v:. saie, cut me is too short to extxZ to wade through a book to read an vertisement, but read tbis instant how the news of cheap prices h and then we will give you a fewwC my store dcor and ushered in. He m he wanted to look at some of ttecif man serving him asked him if vl see. He replied, "Xo, I am blind, bt i nave, in my country Home, hadr to me some of your prices, and I wn some ot your goods." You can W.-. bottom dollar that man gotsoaeo'tre richest bargains of his life. Eoird ims siriKe you ? DRUG CLERK AY ANT FD One .vhohqs had experience in first-class stores and is faroiltar with all branches of the drug hr sinews. BUrtWKLL & DUNN, ?-lS-d3t. .Chadotte. X. C. 7VT OTIC . A special mpeting of the .IN stockholders of the North C'aroli n Car ompany will be heid at the office of the i "ompany, in this city, Friday, pntember Uth, 1891. at 11 o'clock, a m. JOHN WARD, Secretary. 10 Yards Wh Srsss to :;: WW Gnatianoosa Caneiills JS V K R r'r t rt-cf;oftMp, rt- r ectJy zrt de and re-iab'e null. WARffASTED ! Where Our Butter Comes From, In the first place we never sit down tli and wait for the cows to back up to u " to be milked. We believe in live stock above and thus makes comment: not deadstock. We belifve a nimble . ... . , sixpence prorit is better than a slow nai a jick at X'at Calhoun, ot dollar. Hence we are always bustlin Georgia, who endeavored so hard to around for bargains for our trade. use the Alliance of Georgia to elect himself to the Senate State. from that Referring to the ruling of Judge Whitakek that all the men in the court-room should wear coats, and the specific case of the man who had to borrow a coat from his attorney, the Greensboro North State says: Now this last proceeding is cal culated to excite some considera tions in the minds of people, one of which is a doubt as to whether a Johnston county lawyer really has two coats or if he loaned his coat to his client, having only one, then how would the counsel get into court himself? However, this may be it is not improbable that in this instance the litigant was one of those who had obeyed the scriptural injunction and when sued at law for his coat had given his cloak also. We think the judge she uld have made -inquiry on this point and if our surmise is correct let the liti gant come in without coat or cloak and not put a poor lawver in the embarrassing position of making a full exhibit of his own wardrobe. In view of tae stern ruling: of Judge Wiiitaker litigants who are compelled to go out - of court to put on a coat would do well to put on a coat of mail. The judge could then hardly do them harm. Of all questions, the one relating to money is the most abstruse and difficult. Very few people under- A J. stand the first principles of finance, and yet they set up as teachers be fore they have learned their "a. b. The Alliance has wrought a great work in stimulating study of economic questions, and in the end the present agitation will bring a "Whiting Bros., E. R. Stamps, Trustee, i RALEIGH, N. C. Special Bargains TO Close out! I will sell within as short time as flood of light that will teach us all. possible the stock of goods of the But too many scholars graduated be- late D. g. WaStt agent This lore tney were ready to enter the sophomore class, and went out to consists of Clothing, Straw Hats, keep school." Those who would Soft and Stiff Hats, white and 1 understand it must give their days and nights to a study of political ore Iress Shirts, and everything economy, and when all has been learned they will then find that the world has never vet progressed i 0 much further than to develop differ ent schoolsof thought which formu late different theories. AMBiTiousmen alone accomplish great undertakings. This way of speaking contemptuously of ambi tion would take the purpose and high endeavor out of young man hood. "I charge thee to fling away ambition" isthe worst, and most pessimistic advice any disappointed old courtier evcr'gave. It was not ambition that ruined' him, but lack of character. The man without am bition has but one need a coffin Give it to himquick. 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 goods will be' taken back after being paid for and deliv ered. H. V. WAITT, i IpSIp Pi iiNk S If a piece breaks a new piece furn ished free of charge, if the broken niece ehow8 a flaw. Sfor eal bv. J. :-. 8. LUMSDEN. Raleigh. N. C. 226 Fayetteville 8t., opp Market Bouse. TOBACCO FLUi S A SPECIALTY. july26-lm. , See the catalogue before selectin a school. Apply to N. PENICK, President, juneSO-Wtf Oxfobd, N. C. Davidson -'.-College, Mecklenburg Co,, N. C. Sept, ICth, M to June Sth, 1S92. J. B. SHEARER, D. D. LL. D., President, and Professor of Biblical Instruction and Moral Philosophy. W. J. MARTIN, LL. D., Vice-Pres., and Prof, of Chemistry. W. D. VINSON, M. A., Professor of Mathematics. W. S. GRAVES, M. A., Professor of Latin and French". W. S. CURRELL. Ph. D., Professor of English. H. L. SMITH, Ph. D., Professor of Natural Philosophy. C. K. HARDING, Ph. D., Professor of Greek and German. W. L. LINGLE, Tutor of Mathematics. The Master's Course. The Batchelor's Course. The Science Course. Eclectic Courses. Business Courses. For Degree Courses, the studies oi the Freshman and Sophomore Classes are prescribed, and the studies of the Junior and Senior Classes are 1 elec tive. For the Eclectic and Business Courses, all the studies are elective. Studies in English, in Science, and in the Bible are given due prominence. For catalogue, address the President. 7-7-2m. One Cent Per Yard ! A Full for Only One Dime ! Challies 3c per yard, former price be; Satmes 6c per yard . former price 10c; Ginsjhams 5c per yard, former price H: V hue Dress Lawns cc yard, former price k-; ,v Wash Poplin?, fill color. j( per jard, former price :.f Fancy Plaid Lawns Refor mer price 12c; w hite check Muslin 8c per yard, farm er price 12c; Wtite Cluck Muslm 63c per yard, form er price 10; Daisy ic;i-: ISc, former price 2-V: Xr . Leader corset uc. Ai r Xric3 45c; Sylph Ctr-t: 4 former price (0c: ;t V,o; levard cornet c. kr.:,;r price 7c: Ju;,::n . -'. 23c, former price :: Nt. 000 corset 42c, foni.e: yvx 50c; English corset -m';" i.rice C0c; Wind Eet 70c, former price II White Unlaundned irh.r -3Gc, former price v, h.T : Unlaundr;ed Shiits . l mer price ooc: I'caii 1l laundned Sliirts 7" Button fchce- c former price ?R0: V.'vs Serge Lice Shoec f-'-rrr-er pric 75c; Kid HutTo:i Shoes 05c, former r rice 1 -. Ladies' Lace Fox Sh res 7 'e, former price $1.G;; i.alis- Dres fclipprrs ti$c, lornxr price $1.20; Laf:ie;s' Huu r Slippers 3?e, former prx 75c; Best Alamance i'l 4 c. Der vard: BroM3 75c and 90c per pair, lormer tr:c fix Tl at Bargain Carpet capicre-ij: towL, and we had to buy core. w have now a beautiful and tulii.-' five thousand yards BRUSSELS CARPET Jtutherfordton, IILITUBY ."Snip. The real value and wcrtii of wu;c- : $1.00 per yard, take your pick at ur nine cents per yf.rd. Xo ne ta. about these goods. They ten on 7-19-d-tf. iSOARD ON SUPERVISED MESS PLAN. New Buddincr. m1A,- Barracks, Mess Hall, Superintendents Quarters, etc. FULL CORPS ji ki(f7no uen aerjtember tst. iXrkT fn Rv.. W. T. R. BELL, A.U., Superintecdent, RUTHERF0R0T0N, N. C. FOE- Roanoke Female College, Danville, Va. Has no superior in the South. High est Scholarship in Ancient and Modern languages, Sciences, Music, and Art. Hand Drawing, Calisthenics and Elo cution free. Terms verv modp.mt, Thirty-third Annual Session Opens ocinemwer na. cenu ror cataloeue J. C. C. DUNFOBD, Ass't Pres. OOKS : AND : STATIOWEKY. Wq can supply everything you want in this line. :o: OUR SPECIALTIES : School Books, Stationery. Blank Books, Diaries, IS. . Supreme Court Rennrts. StoiwtnrH Miscellaneous Books :0: -Otjb New Publications :- rIRS. SPENCER'S FIRST SCHOOI. HISTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA, N. C.'cOPY BOOKS. PRIMERS. SPEAKERS AND DIGESTS. SEND FORPRICES. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., IN . C Tn mv nnmerciH circulars i-""' k your benefit, to keen you po.eu - prices, etc., I aon t inniK i u -mentioned that Cur Line of Crockery Consists of all grades. The asscrt- 1a inet. ur nn nn ftte (or a W:ii as one with il,000 in his pockety mc euuic uw j at prices that will astonish yoa. -v- one wora aoout CliOTHING, And we will boM up on tni ;;,.. 5 i.t .ti-.i mtf-H'-l - " You can save Half on Uc MilMrif I have determined to fcee n.t r-; of Dry Goods down. I kno.v ax rvnV.1?,. Txril I nnt Ume -it-L-- ill .ll.'J- Atlanta, Ga.t were surprit- roa fnTMiihinc VOU iTOOtis a lime at prices e.'en lower urn- -tations. 1 Low Fncas Have Ccme to Sfzj- C"New troods received da early and oftm to get first ctuice. FRANK THORNTON. Fav8ttevi!!e,N-a July 23, 1891. S "