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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, OCT. 7, 189-.
'Uc strdc Glxrcuriclc. rCl.JLI.Sl'.T.U l'AJI-V AND WEEKLY B The G!irouic!2 Publishing Go., RALKIGil, l. oil ill Ca.IvCL.IN A. AN APPEAL TO KEASOtf. JOSEFIIUS DANIELS, Editor. DIUIC'JTOKS : JosEPiius Daitills, H. 15. Hardy gift i.H ii wi; . gjcTHC STAT CHRONICLERS - TERMS POSTAGE TREE : Daily, one year, - - - $6.00 Daily, six months, - - - 3.00 Daily, one month, - - - .50 Weekly, one year, - - - 1.25 Weekly, in cluhs of 5, - 1.00 Liheral commission allowed to club agents. Sample copies furnished free on application. DKOl US A POSTAL. If at any time your paper is not de livered, or if it is delayed. L'apers should be on the door steps of every city subscriber by six o'clock in the morning. If not eomebodv is at fault, and if so we want to know it. If you fail to receive your piper, 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. In the present political situation, which is, to say the least, unusual if not alarming, the conservative men of the State have a high duty to perform. Becaure it is a delicate and difficult task, accompanied with much that is unpleasant, the per formance of that duty is all the more imperative and important. As we see it, it is the duty of the real patriots and statesmen, with judic ial temper and statesmanlike argu ment, to look above and beyond the discordant din that is misleading the people in town and country, and point them to the higher ground of public weal and political safety. Many there are who will not listen to the voice of reason; many there are whose passion an prejudice are so greatly aroused that any voice of reason and justice falls upon heedless ears; and there are manv who have so strorjly pinned their faith to certain reme dies that they believe they have found the open sesame to political sagacity, and that all wisdom will die with them. It is truly dis couraging to preach the common sense gospel of reason and political economy to those wTho, on the one hand, think they have inherited all the knowledge of generations, and who scout all plans other than their own as the work of commu nists and 'mayseeders;" rand those, oa the other hand, who think that in a few short months of superficial study they have mastered all the in tricacies of finance and essay to make people believe that all who do not agree with their theories are in lcauue with Wall street, and are dishonest ";old-bufrs. It is needless to say that the honest seeker after truth will have to turn a.side from the one-sided and acrimonious ar guments, if indeed we can call abuse and denunciation, which ac company the Hare of trumpets, ar- during the. past few years, and he party in 1888, made a clean fight in ,avor of "equal rights to all." and though it ost in the electoral college, its doctrine was endorsed by the popu lar vote. To-day it has an army of over five million voters the largest political organization the world has ever seen. A minority party for twenty-five years, it has not bren able to shape legislation; but with 1892 it will regain control of government, wipe out all legisla tion that has made the rich richer, and put the country on the Demo cratic trend of equal justice to all. Is not this worth striving for? Is not this an end so desirable that all men who oppose the present legislation ought to unite to bring it about. The Chronicle is in the fight to win, and there is little preference with us as to which one of the Republican iniquities is made most prominent, whether the tariff", its stealing, its favoritism, or its financial policy. All must be rad ically changed before we can hope for prosperity. We are in favor of fighting the battle against our com mon enemy upon the issue that will most surely enable us to win. Once they are defeated, we can wipe out all their bad legislation and enact laws that will please the masses rather than the classes. But if we divide among our selves as to the line of battle, confu sion, disaster and defeat will over whelm us, and we will not only have to bear the burdens we have j but additional burdens in the shape of taxation, contraction, force bills and pension steals will make the agricultural sections of this country a second Ireland, and its people for ever hewers of wood and drawers of water. In the face of this immi nent danger, of which we have had HE. CLEVELAND'S DAUGHTER. Ex-President Cleveland made a speech Monday, night in New York, in the course of which he said the people might be surprised at seeing him there. "As for the past few davs I have been more inter ested in nominal politics. I can say that I have been especially in- terested, although the subject of that solicitude on my part will never be of any especial benefit to the Democratic party (laughter), unless there comes a time when prohibi tionists (correcting himself)? I mean the woman's suffrage bill passes." The ex-President is quoted as saying, a few hours after the baby was born: "1 don't want to brag any, but this baby now is as stout and as good as most babies are when they are three tr four days old." N6w Arrivals! 222 In Store: Now Figs Kev7 Valencia Raisins. ' Fresh Cu rants. Fresh Nuts. Fresh Shrewsbury Tomato Catsup. ! Ifi , '! i ! Economy i but don't Fresh Shrewsbury Mayonnaise, : t-,r. y. j clu-aper il. i we lay ji-t Sometime ago ex-President Cleveland made a speech in which he discussed "What shall we do with our ex-Presidents ?" The best thing will be to let them nurse the babies. - PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Mr. John L. Borden, of Golds boro, will be married to-dav in the Episcopal church in Goldsboro at 9 p. m. to Miss Ren a Micks. the best. First Shipment Now Rice. Fresh Shad E02. Fine Banana?, Apple?, Pear?, Lemons, etc. I quality :i v ! kl!eb'It v 1 1 1 ass 111 (.:, ! a fourth vLi I sairilioe I ii:.-' to value :;!: ! to I e HiCli;,-;, . : A full, fresh and complt ' c;it. W v for nothing 1 r.t ; everything u) , stock of everything in the gro cery ine. Simmons Liver Regulator is a most excellent appetizing. Samuel S. Pentz, Chap, to Bishop of North Carolina. W. H.Holloway, MAUFACI TTKER AND DEALER VJ UBIK WOK &c, select f'..r v( -.j chose eveiv;!i,,j :. mvKp i cm,,,;. 1,.. " 1 ; 1 1 , 1 goods of ewrv , flour, etc. EliEIUIAinn Fifty cents buys a bottle of Brady crotine, a bottle of Bradycrotine will cure four headaches. Minenis. O We have never belie'1 ed that the money question (of issuing dollars) is paramount to that other money question of taxation (the tariff), though we are firmly convinced that radical reform is needed both in our I am ti Democrat, pure ami simple. 1 monetary and tariff legislation. We I believe in iU htin for reforms in side of parts' Ji&e.. I believe tl.;it nny attempt la organize a third ;artv in thi t;j.ti'r wcsgI le an r..fc soluto failure -!n Til?n'n A sore leg, the Hesh a mass of j disease, yet P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium) achiev ed woiiderfui results. a foretaste, we cannot understand ' J (hIk how any patriotic man can take a PtUilj step which will make permanent es trangement in the -v:rty and would continue the Republican party in power indefinitely. nii"rm HQ AN IMPORTANT EDUCATIONAL MEETING. WEDNESDAY, - - Oct. 7, 1891. want to ee freedom of coinage and freedom of banking and a repeal of all prohibitory and protective tariffs. We desire to direct special at tention to a call published in this issue for a meeting of the univer sity and college professors of the State to be held here on the IG1I1 DEM00KATI0 SUCCESS litJST PRECEDE PuEPOEM. All are important if we are to wrest 1 1 inst. to consider the advisability of the government from the hands of Having removed my works from Wil mington street to 111 EAST DAVIE STREET, I desire to call the attention of the public to the. fact that I am now pre pared with machinery and larger facilities for MANUFACTURING AXD DOING ALL KINDS OF Carriage and Wagon Repairing. Special attention jnvt-n tc Paintine and Trimming. Workmanship ; and material tirst clasa. Give me a trial. L'p17-tf TTHT IT TT Til-: II If MU 1 LI? Bid .-'.: 1 ii r .' : , . J. L Busbe ARTIST. The Ciiuonicle believes that the success of the Democratic porty is paramount to every other considera tion because ice believe its success es sential to any true reform. Reliev ing th's, we lose sight of no oppor tunity to advance its inn rests and win converts to its ranks. We pursue the course that we believe best calculated to honorably secure success. We do not pretend to have a monopoly of wisdom; and it may be that our conservative policy and faith in the wisdom of the peo ple to do right in the long run is not best calculated to promote the success of the party. We think that it is; but, while we have no de nunciations too severe for those whose extreme position is actuated by personal spite and chagrin, we admire the honest and earnest ori, of every Democrat who is striving in his own way to advance the in terest of the great Democratic party. We may all make mistake, a no honest effort is to be devour:0'"' or ridifMilpn lifpnn!o vrn flo wise. those who have used it for twenty-five years to enrich themselves. The Democratic party at every stage has protested against the Republican legislation in regard to coinage and banking, the protec tive tariff, and all other species of favoritism. It has made an'honest, earnest ..nd consistent fkht a-rainst bounties, excessive pensions, and all species ot "special privileges" which are the disgrace of our stat ute books. No man can truly say that the Democratic party has vio lated its pledges or been untrue to its principles. It is true, and wre say it regretfully, that there have been iucii high in the councils of the Democratic party who have been hand-in-glove with the bounty takers, the railroad steals, the pro tective tariff and the contracted currency. These men are a re proach to the Democrac', but no sensible .or just man will blame the party because they put personal .gain above party principle. It has not been easy to destroy the influ ence of these Democrats, but in the past few yenrs it has been largely '"m pi i shed. The o "Demo- forming an association among them- L ...... , , n . , . "... for these imitations and substi- selves ior tne promotion or Juirher L. , , r iulco, nicy UIC UUi bLUU UX UiC best and increase your misery. Take Simmons Liver Regulator only. You will know it by the large red Z cn the face of every package and by the relief it gives Will accept orders tor oil porti:.i! naimed from lite or pfcutugraDH. STTJDIC: No 1.? West HarKeCSa-C:t. euutt i education and the encouragement of such concert of action on their part as will certainly result in great benefit to all the educational inter ests of the Slate. There are many important questions for such an when taken for Dvsnpnsin. Ir.Hi- associate to consider and settle, gestion, Constipation, Biliousness and the proposed meeting is the aH(j Skk Heada(e. outcome of suggestions made at the last meeting of the Teachers' Assem- TRlM -MOKS fj M 1 1 TRY bly, where the matter was discussed, I I 64 1 and heartily approved of by the representatives of the different col- M ZEILIN & CO.s Philad'a, Pa leges who were present as well as ise wot imposed XJpon! O Ten t'fnrrt r nn cr by h State. numerous teachers om. n i i c ii i- riiu o ec that you get the bled there from all parts of the ,;eniyc, Distinguished from "ij n ' t9 .KiwatJona by our red 7. We hope to see a large number of dJ Z8 ?o'eal and 8iaturP ot tiie college Professors here on 1 OA 1.4- 4.1... f 1 , . - . w j vuiijui3 establishment of the association may be secured. Saaied proposals for the erection of a two-story brick house, known in the A prominent citizen of the State, BnlMin in a private letter to the editor sy ffi'o '"f By the way, what a snrrh Hm- 6th day of October. 1891. Ail HoU made at the opening of the fit Exposition! It places him before ltte c"Pie of which may be Tteenat all reading people at l8t the lead- 0 $ H. mg Governor of the South to-dav. nadewicneflat Qolds'n uf the . - J m PUITEHS - WAREHOUSE, Wilson, rasr o. TO MY FORMER PATRONS AND . THE FARMERS GENERALLY: Having jroved from Raleigh to Wil son, N. 0 , 1 aa prepared to have you giv me you patronage. Tne warc rouce wliich we haye charge of is one ri the largest in the Stre. Ever) facility we have for dealing in leaf to bacco. There are a large number o buyers here, with a dozen prize houses The buyers Lave large orders to fill and will give you satisfactory prices for your crop. The business men of Wilson give their hearty support iu making the ulace a fine tobacco mar ker, which, in itself, ehables me to do jtcr for you than ever before. We are much encouraged,; for the sales daily have been beyond our most san guine expectations thus early in the season. , Komnar for a confirm nt-w- .-tf ri. trade, which will always have careful attention, I am respectfully, Of ANDERSON, JONES & CO. Ptl2 Dlw-Wim I'its. ti.lt'. l.t - i i i.: tied to 7.-. llOida Utb f.-ti 1 Insula ." eSirs ?v : s ! I. -It 2 il. uL. anCu- '.:,tt 1: 2. :t is tr.fr . - - i i rfeu '.( : niisii.-.ri. t . 0 i . & I .1 - i- .'. '- ' - ' 'Wttti' :- - - that i 1 7.- i: i. - 1 f f ' - - 11. "'a i-v ?:: ' ' M.-It vv '' l..ri-. i- 'T-. . eve: VS. All -J..A'. Right to reject any and ail h?ia c That pain uudr tl, rehy reserved. prctcstionists" (miscalled) fblade is dweo T c- c - , j- DORTI.H, hare been silenced or converted ' Liver Regulator. r-. 1 t.Scc- ?I tiilding Committee Goldsboro, N. C, Sep.9, 189'. M BUILDING COMPANY. The Biiggs Building&Mf gCa. J ic3 been incorporated and invites th asiness of the public. ncpared to tumish estimates, c A andrepaii aav kind of bui'.ci it c .' .nd f lunisli sash, blinds and other bm Ming material at short notice. r r 1. i:" ii fjr. y- rot As in front oi 1- ?i y i-i ' " cost cai - Address..--aprl-nnj