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DAILY. STATE GHRONIGLE. OCT.
i .; .2 191. k X. 1 . t'':u !:utnl-'' .t w lip.1 Oil. h in :ivi 1 hun 1 u-in t- M" .1 a i" 1,11 II! -:1'r ;!,i,rn ,n:ink.n.l.a i,f- ' " : .., r.--ort i MINI I' I ' .1 ...i.l .- ,.t 4V 11 .'" die WOT Hi ,.,n III I k h'"1-'" . ......... 1 in i .Miintrv , "'"sl",rI "'."", ' r,,-n. B ""' 1 .1.., ...lTllIt't'tlOIl no.'--11 ..j.n.iffii to t IlllT. Ulirwi.v l,v the agents of the Manufacturers KeronL the number of cotton mills in the South was 1G1, with 14,325 looms ami GG7,854 spindles. By .July, 1880, these had increased to ;;;.) mills, with 4o,oqo ;?.o:t.V-?G8 idle. Of o that not one of these thousands made of dollars per day one dollar of profit boyoud the bare 000 every workim nmrtntif !., . l I ii .. 0 . 7 : .. . WL:" u ."e licnt South never to re- vancing three times as last as the hearts. mm Muipitj interest on uie turn, to enrich the survivors of or over $30,- We have education, therefore, in I strine hanrina. out. nnd ..Jn u 1 . .. . ' ... ' I O O O 1 "'- HIT. H.UUUU IT ltilr ctiniii.i I 1. ...... I . 1.1 11 i I .- . - b uwiu, DuwuiB uiw uiumiiry nuone scnoois. ad- 01 old times hum ntr i-:iu. ' I " aa.aa mil rkl Mill V .creased to money used, and then compute the United States army If in the looms and value to the South of keeping in her articles of surrender at Appomattox, those lam own midst the money required to an indemnity had been demanded ft torn :l,L hv the Kng- juarter ot :i vnturv before that Cumberland Gap ' ' Hv In- the eentre of in rrodnetion of Amertea, HUrato cohort Air- j Viriina. w'r1' A,W4" 1 Northern Ueorjiia and . . t' . ... " ' 1 .i,r:i.Mn!?. if course, ..o ami Muuu-HMri.. A I . M .W J :l-L:on. Three years r v..rV I,',t. . ..-.v.r tii.it 1 ...1 ...,n e made iv me if ?i .wit .it Southern L.f I Ti1', f "l b -t almixture withtore.gn uv oth-r. is tli' final blow . . t, k .v.. if ,''M.t!:"Il une " n-on- .-v tl;-' inetals that the ,'vr v' n. I he imnuita I, fn.it lire pnK'laim it. This . ;o: al'b setting ot ,vn "ti 1 1 i head of the : :i rt:tin a we are jll;it!"!l t!l i l:.i:i'ir'l million IH'i'. .':. in itabb dmina v 1 : ,' ri-a!i eontiuetit. ;i!ol in-n and lime -tii ran be pro ri at any other . . whieh iK'thin , .1 f xK...i 1.it 4l... mtlt.i ...... I I? 1 1 1 . . . .. . I . . oum ai .huh . i;u, ? uw M,lMiiea neany altogether trom her the world would have stood aghast fore ; colleges and ont rnet ion 111 tins Ntnti jin I ovrti cm nn1 I l,,,,4V' v,"w " " . , in tu-u Ki viii- t-unuuj- bucu a wnoiesale confiscation, multiplying and enlargin 1511 4 .. . V. v uubKiueu iauor. uir exceeding anything modern his- schools are coins ud. s huilt, and the proportion ot spindles lhe natural corollary of expan- is increasing. sion in production and manufacture In addition tn tllia ihn frnnur.,1 I 1 need not dwell upon the nnpor- was development oi transportation puhlic expenditures, reaching now schools are established ; female col- when ri-htlv used" to furnish a ' 01 '!"! bran,ch of 8"bJc.c eommerce about $375,000,000. annually, ex- leges are broadening their systems happy fireside. The best informed men say that x( The old ravlroads of the South elusive of the pensions, are spent to of instruction; art is taught as If you can be of those who think the Smith could furnish the world maybe said to have been rebuilt, a . i a a li i ' i va i "v . uiau , mC ui cos imuiuvus I ib possioie luat me errand Dano- ut cotton in its manufactured state, besides a tremendous addition of and Western sector it hAn c the population increases. This is true Visit the Irmht new tobacco town. in no State of the North, and 'in of the. State, along the borders of some there is an absolute decrease the golden belt, where wonders of oi percentage. Aladdin have been renorted. fin i of the Cape Fear, jewel of the tmrty years after the war, nous, are nourishing as never be- From the 'grandest exnan nf th universities are sounds, with their wealth of fish g, normal and game, along the Atlantic coast. OeCial afrriftlil. lnfrJcf lory has ever known. tural and mechanical collptros nrA TWL-i'no v fin! n rr tliit wnrl- manunl fn!n!n. 1 C l i . i it would command more than thres new mileage. In 1860 we had 11,- and the great cities of the Eastern places and puts on times the present value, or about one 348 miles, in 1880 it had advanced seaboard. the old ; literary, s billion of dollars annually. to 15,G52, but in 1880 it reached In hundreds of our counties a fessional societies al progress fresh strength in 1 have existed with one race perpet- cientific and pro- ually beaten cheated, or murdered fessional societies jibniipfl-nnil Innwl. I It is proper to say that the cen- 4G 92 , and there is no doubt that stray mail carrier, or the rural post- edge is everywhere at work enlizht- tram-led unon. and franchise sv. sus reports only mills, and 1,- betore this time all previous mileage master, gets a trilling stipend, and enin2 the land. tPmatimllv and franrfnlnntW 81,ooo spindles, or about 2oo,ooo to 1880 has been doubled. We have that is all that ever returns of the I was gratified to note the remark way with, then 1 bid you look less than the estimate of the Record even outstripped the mighty West remorseless system of indirect taxa- of the distinguished Commissioner around, select a dozen men of any as quoted. Whether this is due to these latter years, and North lion that follows the working man of Education of the United States, community or any party, white or thn facility of omssion which tho Carolina, with nnn pYOPntinn nnlv. in nvprv h . i - ' t j y i - - - j "j t atuiuok uivi " in iuc nuuu uau duuu uuiurcU, iVliUIll lllcir neiuDOrS Will census displays in many other lines, heads the list in the construction every transaction of existence. an advance been made in the last nronounce honest men. and -ask if or whether spindles temporarily at during the year since this summary I do not say that many of these decade, alongjthe whole line, as in these things be true. rest were not reported, I am not from Poor's Railroad Manual. things are not natural and inevita- the Southern States. Visit in this very town the first able to determine, but it is certain The foreign exports of the South ble. But they are all elements in The moral and religious tone of institutions ever built for the deaf that the productive power of the ran up from 223,ooo,ooo in 1888 to the sea of obstacles that we have the people is the last and finest test and dumb and the blind of the col- cotton mills has trebled since 1880, $29o,ooo,ooo in 1889; Baltimore encountered, to come out victors, in of the true elevation of any land to ored race. See here, also, the first for the 188,748 bales manufactured gaining in one year $17,ooo,ooo, spite of all the abuses of law, and lasting and effectual power among fair held by the colored people,and in that year on our own soil ex. New Orleans 21, 000,000, Savannah the misfortune s ot war. mankind. This is our greatest maintained for a series of years by pamieii to o4t,i ji uaies in louu. 10,000,000, ualveston $y,ooo,ooo. Auueu to all has been the control blessing, viewed even in its tempo- the colored race, with appropria te absolutely new industry of Like the changes produced in the of the currency, and the command ral aspects. The churches prosper, tions by a white legislature. Ex the manufacture of cotton seed oil trade of the world by the rounding of capital, iu such wise that seasons their missions are well cared for and amine, in Goldsboro, the first asylum with the resulting cake, &c, con- of the Cape of Good Hope, and of monetary congestion at the centres their benevolent institutions multi- ever especially constructed for the ".1 r 1 . 1 Al: wi:!i in' -I ill - , rvthini: th-iron ii'i material i ni;nl" 1 to anvwh r tributed, according to the journals centuries later by the discovery of have caused hardship and sore dis- ply daily. colored insane. Go to Warrenton of trade, last year $27,310,000 from the gulf stream, or Maury' routes tress 111 the agricultural districts, Nowhere on the globe, except in and see the colored JState normal 1.058,000 tons of seed. This in- to China or the cutting of the Suez and the cry of our people for the Scotland, is the Christian Sabbath school. All these have been de- terest is strongly fought by our Canal, so new channels of trade are I right to have and control their banks as reverently observed. Intemper- vised and paid for by the "white farmer friends of the Northwest, rapidly opening, to the further en-land employ their credit in their own ance has decreased everywhere with- thieves and murderers' of whom notwithstanding the blessing it richment of the South. I vray, has been refused. in our borders. The statistics of you have heard. affords the poor in the pure and The threat stream of traffic that let in spite ot all we have crimes, contrary to the supposition Then view in this very Exposition healthful oil and compounds made ran from New York to Chicago, I reached the turning point, and as 1 1 of some, show greatly to the advan- the creditable display of the pro- from it and the addition of the cake and from Philadelphia to St. Louis, had occasion to remark 111 Cabarrus tage ol the South, especially as to ducts and handiwork of the people to the fertilizer stock. bound for the States of the lower a few days ago, ith the onus- crime of the more degraded and of the South, and observe what It would seem that those who I Mississippi and Southwest has seen I sions and imperfections of the groveling character. While candor manner of treatment they receive have the interest of the Southern I a mttihty branch diverted, one river census, in the districts ot the South forces me to deplore the too Ire- from others, in a crowd that num- farmer at heart, as they g to and of which flows Southward by quick remote from large centres, yet qucnt resort to mob violence in the hers more than a thousand to each fro in the land and wield the power lines of transportation through Vir- taken as a whole, the assessed value punishment of outrageous offences, policeman for the preservation of f the pres, might profitably de- iinia, the Carolina and Tennee, of real and personal property in yet on the whole, the wholesome order. vote sometime to the tempering I and the other h water transporta-1 1890 was $1, 310,770, 1.V2 more sentiment of respect for law is deep-1 I have no doubt of the verdict you and softfiiinz of tin? unreasoning turns to the lower Atlantic port, than in lfcM), or a grand total ot ly imbedded in the hearts ot the peo- will render. hostility that suspends penal enact- and then across the great valley, no less than $1,281,312,880. The pie. The people of the Southern States 1 ititnf nvi-f tlu ii:iil i A ti,i. whit I he ,iv water irrH'hts mid theleiitin Union trained i... ner cent..! 1 hese luinsrs beiiiff true, we can have contributed S4 . . tor - ii r 1 - - - - - - - - ---- - - -r - - 71 c 1 United States Uailroad Commission but the. South 41.3, one per cent, look forward to the future, confident the education of the negro more are doubtless factors in this change, more." And this under all her in its revelation of grandeur sur- than twice as much as all the rest But change it i. ami a far reaching difficulties, without any means save passing anything in our p::st his- of the world. The question that one. those which God and nature placed :ory. sorely troubles philosophers in their Th little port of Brunswick, in her hands. If we have suffered injustice in closets thousands of miles away, Ga.. doubled its exoorts in a Sinirle Shall we top here in this review the last census, it will never occur- troubles not the Southern man of r arp-t in any it f.n-r which, I would utilize this gift of the South 1 ... . ,!i a aiant'ie. I ern le ius airaitist me omnipotence of the far Western hoi. How strange seems the policy that p iv a bounty to tie sugar preuueer. even 01 uie oeets oi ivan a aitit III SU';ir nialUC in IT-I VCar, iriilll f lUUUUOiucjUUuuu, ui UK- huui. ivn; jur? in luuuu wi;am iv-viij, tiu ui av,i. me uuij moot, vet seek. to strangle and i or nan as mucn as v.iiaricMou, ami aim raui, tuiniin-? ionij; wim n pnu vt liivu.u miuujj man Miuna nun iu cxi- . r . .,1 .1..... . .. .!.!.! ..I ..l I . ......! ...t...... 1 . ,,-tl ...ilfli I m.in t cti itir nrfvrrpcc rti K I nrmii: iil rripliiinrlmr TT lnrkiir? elioke out oi existence nuoiner I more until one iiuni oi tmnrMnu. u i.ti, umiw uiunit h n(.iuii, in i .-,. v., j..c... - -iviw3 iv wi .. - nnvnoj iful The Norfolk papers of a week or locomotives speeding over the land, there anything anywhere for this too, what are the essential condi- M i.irii' Kn-iueerV fur all. and of equal value with the two ago spoke ot fioo ears ot H est-1 steamers threading our waters, people to Lar so long as it is true turns ot happiness. Local sell-gov- i. a, ;.rco:-d'ng to produit harmful to none, healthl ; i ! tr, .lv - l, ('(.; a .M,l;it, lv noth- whob !. Ti le fruit product of the South, of Urn wheat awaiting ocean transpor- wharves piled high with exports, to its own integrity, maintains its ernment, and that under the direc- -I . . . I , -i 11-11 It . .. .IT. I 1 C. 1Ia?.-aa1. 1. ?a ?11 : 1 . reign ol iwiee the annual value of the whole tation on a certain day at ew- cattle running over a thousand nins, glorious irauuions auu ues mrwaru uon oi me wuue race, win never ue Jk'; ! the s v'eptre ii I sugar and molasses production, I port News. d. i u-'finnin !a I 1 Mulicaiit nf Wliv not m f-ti'r tw.lil titkI eniial tllllte llminntOIl. - I rights to all? Charbsto i with the Hi- sounds and bevs teeminir with tih, in the path of duty. surrendered as loner as jrrass jrrows. (? - I and three times the worth of the We shall soon See a like state ot the true wealth ot the Eolith r eaun is roiling in, iiuenigeuce Lei an ionn Carolinians ana whole production of naval stores ? things along the routes which will If these alone make our riches, is here to use it and power will sure- a.l Southerners prove themselves South port and we are poor indeed. Crujsus heaped ly follow. No combinations, no worthy descendants of the fathers he West and up his treasures, but the Greek machinations, can stand in the way who have glorified Southern annals. swept them away. The Goth and of the immutable laws of social pro- Let us take by the hand with a cor- r-'-'.'-Mt..nf-jJb, pound iron, coal and cotton, manufacturing This is one result of the expendi- the Vandal plundered even Koine gress. 1 make these bold declara- dial grasp the citizens ot any other f l -' ir n,n! hi l.th,. South has l.-mehed nut in the most mufl ture of $721,000,000 upon the herself that was wont to be mistress lions, and emphasize, not in useless section who seek Southern hospi- j I , . . . . . I . ... . . .1. ! 1 . 1 I nib-1 State-? prf- From the great primary work in Northwest. I make these bold declara- dial grasp the citizens of any other id emphasize, not in useless section who seek Southern hospi- 1 despite the Southern roads in eight years, which of the world, nor did riches and boasting of what has been or is yet tality. Seventy-five thousand of the uMM.i one-iimin titirifiiw furinv niu I " .......... ...... ......... v-. u V ' 1 .1 . . . - .. .1.. - -r- , l ... I . . .1 .1 11.1. I, i 1 . . . . I I , . . 1 . . . I.itf t Iwt I htjit illiinriftpitii I .iiinmt fV mir n t.. cAna rr I O'ISd o t '.. 'ol.Ofo w.. ;,rl.t iS fwrnr. in n itnnil nr in . Was S40.000.000 lllOre IlKin all illC I IUXUI y Save IK.T W lien Courage auu iu in urn v... iuoum. uuwiia ui v'iIV BUUO Wl - -I-' Ilk Wl II M m . B m m m m I f 1 W I I th Jsnnth li'id cost nrior honor and the old snirit of the I of the Commonwealth which has! the South, occupying in their new ' ' I'M'. WlllIIf",-lvlIII,II1iniLV 111 lilMIIL'. Ml .iv ...... 1 - . , A W w I - . .1, 1.1 .1 jl 1 ,oo ton, or tins, 1 L-nnw no wjiv nf tak in tr. as 'r -diofth. wi.,l.., b, in- it were such an instantaneous pho- to 18Bo. Roman reverence for the. gods and been selected as the appropriate home every position of honor and . ' I ' 1 I. . . ..,!, l 111 .1 C I ...,.. ,xt .I...'. VmtMi.,nn I . 4 ... I . . I"T 'lit. ot its out- to'raphic view of the South. The report tor May, lovi, oi the love oi ireedom nau ucparieu irom am-ui uus ' imu-awiw renown. Al tl.uii r, i,.r..:.. t aitn 1,n;r.,llb. Southern Uailwav and Steamship the land.IIow,then,istheSouth using Exposition, to announce to our Let us offer, then, to our breth- y i " I " . ......... . ..... . V I ' ' I . . . . . . . I r I.. ? 1. nl.ii(fl 1, Iwwm lctr.vMl' (niests what this region claims in its c ic producing with Record, heretofore referred to, for to the South, from New York, of I answer in the first place, by future, to appeal to the self-respect and show them such a goodly land :'-r:iti.:.. ..,.! ' ,ra .Tn..rV ! lftftr.. 1 fi.G 1 fi.000 pounds, and from Hos- striving to educate her growing pop- and prjde of our people to be worthy .imi kindly heart that thev may be I ' 'Ill, Yt.lli'. ', - 7 - - J - I r I v- J ' I . . . . ... . I W W ml 'J'"5 -f coal Mined in to DecemlxT 31st, 1889, and we find ton, Baltimore and Philadelphia illation. Pardon me, if 1 refer of the grand destiny that awaits tempted to say, "Entreat me not ir t-i, -,.Jir tj. organization of 13,307,000 pounds, and this for a again to figures, for they teach per- them, ana to ma tiiem teacu ineir to leave th(iC P 'i. 11" w 1(, ,. f i"T-nt. . a '.i!l or Pi iare 2G7 banks in the United States. But age th. 1:1:1, .I)M. "I H!.. . .1 "", til- t :- '"",oo ot gran- lee Factories. ,r,, " gold, silver, Canning Factories, 1 1 t "':'l , a!,. tl, .. """ te., Stove Foundries, 25 )d Brick Works. 5G5 1 I V . , . . ... . ... 'US iron si ti c 1 Sti.ol WnrL'O. If.illin" 184 114 148 4,415 12G single month only. haps the most surprising lesson o. cmimcu u .u "- " u,,lJ''r And now thanking you for your 441 In 1879 the banking capital of our new growth, lhe census re uianK uou lor ms uouuieou . cnt attcnti on t : nvok ethe Uegs. G3 the entire South whs only $45,000,- turns give the following percentage to us. . rracious Providence upon 53G 000, in 220 banks, out ofthe 1,048 of increase population, and percent- Knter then, ye who comedo spy tbig ffort t0 bri together the b of advance in enrollment in the out the land, vvniei inviie you tf aU under a com. to cast your lot in mis oroaa sunny , . r J I mnn tinor. nml with ncmriir ions torn. ""o 1 ' common destiny of unparalleled grandeur in this favored Southern land. 1 announcedhe formal openingof old State of North Carolina, and tllti Southern Inter-States Exposi her her beautiful little capital, the tion and may it mark the begm- City of Oaks. mn" Ul ultJ IluPlul- UI1U Ul1 luus When you shall have examined lTOCIiluluuim5lU1 the interesting display from lhe farm, the workshop, the mine, the Bntton Pierce and Charles Card ' A. ' ' nearly Ircn Furnace Companies, while the Machine shops and foundries I 1 H had been I Afrr'l intl..mnf f.if nris w , , Flour mills. i lOMIletlt Ot l Tntt.m AT 11a ... -WWtVWW 4IAI1ICI .1 ' l . Furniture Factories, 220 in ten years, the number ot banks public schools : ne to dwell In lV.-1.t, ini line inerejised 113 tier cent., and INCREASE IX i , --Vl.-j,,,lfCf I l ' I ! "I l II'' hi .t I ifv .C .1 1 I itr ..r , fim I .T ...1 1 Ij nnnrlV rsPVPT "i ue: uevei-1 ater Works, ineir cumuuicu uiimu jo i'T III 1 tu. !. I . I "i . . . . . I O 1 tA AAA A A A I iitt 1 TinV 'e"uree. uarriacre and vat?on lactones. 1 o jiuu.uw.uuv. ...awa,. w !." oi rvMitn e ioi't i w i f.n.nn.c d7.ri it is not necessary 10 exuioit iw i cr ucnt. Kivvtiii. tjim vviii'iiui o I - i ' 'limit l:i;t vi.,.. i i i am MWinnnl urArtfa nf th mntmitude of Alabama. 12.84 M ji , ()) . . J ".iimip, lll '.UlUIJIIIj., ja . i" ----- - o !, ;," h-Mdes those of Lumber Mills. Sash and Door our material growth. It has grown Arkansas, the .'!.', i .I i.fiw, r... nnn nut nt thr wnnderfnl njitural critts ot Delaware. ' ' 'J ' I 1 Jljn4 UlVUU V KMV .iw..v.. O I ' lhe .Mills and Pipe Works, ure Cotton Compresses, kill Cotton Seed Oil Mills, far Miscellaneous Work; i ' ' ' "I',!;, outh 1880, made Total, or a grand total of about ten daily, through all that period. Suppose 290 our country, and her superb stock Florida, l . ' . . .1 iv I r ... t 425 ot people. It has grown in me iacu vjeurgm, of powerful obstacles It will be Kentucky, conceded by all that throughout this period nothing in the tariff system of the Union has materially bene fitted the South, while she has been grievously burdened by numerous eAxactioii3. The bulk of the inter nal revenue taxation has fallen upon the South. Almost the whole of the immense tribute for pensions, now reaching one-third of a million 13,744 4o.oo 14 98 45.24 19.14 12.73 19.ol 11.89 Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, 13.9G Missouri, 23.50 N. Carolina, 15.59 S. Carolina, 15.G3 Tennessee, 14.G0 Texas, 4o.44 Virginia, 9.48 W. Virginia, 22.34 INCREASE SCHOOL POPULATION, Per Cent. G1.53 loG.lo 19.ol llo.58 44.47 39.37 53 59 22.85 47.9o 27.G4 27.o8 , 50.S9 5G.34 133.15 55.oG 34.42 land of the South, from the Dela ware to th3 Kio Grande, from the banks of the Missouri to the capes of Florida, pardon me, if in especial degree I welcome you to the grand forest and the sea, which is spread well have secured the large four out before you here in its wonder- story warehouse, corner of Wil ful array of beauty and variety, for mington and Cabarrus street?, on a which the managers of this enter- straight street from the depot, and prise deserve unbounded credit, I will have it comfortably arranged invite you to mingle with our peo- for sleeping and boarding. Its ca ple. They will meet you cordially, pacity will be from 150 to 250 dur-at-least half way. Go into the ing October and November, country; you will find the latch-1 sep25-lm 1 i 5 V-f'-'Sr ' 1 1- .- i .-: a- 1 r- i'V t I t .V - " J i. . . 1 ! 1 ': : t rI j PH. ,i v.. r. ... 1 - t 1 - . - ! , t - .J f ' 7 ; -t 1 A ' V .WW- v :