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PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY BY The Chronicle Publishing Go., 216 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, Noeth Carolina. fre jpatltj Jttate Ctomrte, gfar. X, 1892. JOSEPHUS DANIELS, Editor DIRECTORS : 0SEPnus Daniels, H. B. Hardy. 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. rlample copies furnished free on application. DROP US A POSTAL. if at any time your paper is not de livered, or if it is delaved. capers bhould be on the door steps ff d T7i3TTf nif tr CT iV..-. IV 1 v. vyvij V'lkjr OUUDU1UCJI UV SIX u uiucii in me morning, it not somebody is at fault, and if so X x 1 we want 10 Know it. If VOU fail to receive vnnr nnnpv J J therefore, or if it comes late, drop us a postal at once, giving your aaaress, ana stating your com plaint, which will receive prompt .11 attention. NOTICE.--The Chronicle is daily in receipt ot letters with no name signed, aurt frequently money en closed. We MUST KNOW WHO AND WHERE YOU ARE TO aiVE YOU CREDIT. NOTICE TO CORRESPON DENTS Correspondents of the CJHilONICLE will please bear in iiind that no communications are published excepting over the au lhor'3 real name. Uriel letters npon current topics will always receive attenttou, and, it lound available, will be used with the coa lition above nac&ed. This hour little needs the loyalty vkat is loyal to one action and holds th i other iu euduring suspicion and lotnnsrement. ave us a broad nnd perfect loyalty that loves and trusts Gs orjjia alike with Massachusetts-, lhat knows no South, no North, no East, no West, bnt endears with fqjial and patriotic love every foot of our soil, every State in our Union. Henry f.rady. "With us the Democratic party is no fetich. We give it no idola trous worship. Life-giving as are its principles and glorious as are its achievements for the betterment of all the people in the past, we do not regard these as of sufficient value to control our allegiance to tlje Democratic party. The Demo cratic party's glorious record for one hundred years does not of itself entitle it to the support of any man to-day. Its long career and achievements raise the presumption of worth and devotion to the people. fwai records "Dutter no parsnips." The Democratic party does not deserve to live unless it is true to the great principles upon which it was established, and unless its chart of "special privi leges to none" is rigidly adhered to by its representatives. Men who are wavering in their political affil- mtions are not to be wen by ap peals to "save the party." If the party does not stand for the great est good to the greatest number, it does not deserve saving. The Democratic press of the country must address itself to the reason to the serious judgment of the peo ple upon great principles. Time serving and advocacy of men will not avail and ouht not to give suc cess to the party. There are doubtless men who think that suc cess is to be won by dodging great issues and magnifying small ones. buch policies do sometimes win in a single fit UU NOTICE. fl N T I G "I Would as Soon Travel Without My NIGHT-SHIRT As Travel Without AHTICEPHALALGINE," Is what a promi nent man said a on buying a bottle of ANTI-CEPHAL-ALGINE. fl fl fl L. G N E o:; GIVE IT A I am a Democrat, pure and simple. I believe in fighting for reforms in side uf party lines. I believe that iiiy attempt to organize a third party iu the South would be an ab toUxe taHnrc. Ren Tillman, Party faithlessness is party dis. honor trover Cleveland. TUESDAY, - - March. 1, 1802. EEV. PLI1TK PLUNK ON LENT. From New York Herald. De recordin' angel won't hab to work nights, deah breddern, put ting down de good deeds obde folks dat keep Lent jist because it's fash iomlle an' because dey am afraid dat if dey doan keep it dey won't be in de swim. A MONSTROUS PROPOSITION, Charlotte Chronicle. The public cannot have foiled to note that the following is one of the planks in the platform of the new party which was set up in St. Louis last week: "We demand that the govern ment issue legal tender notes and pay Union soldiers the difference between the price of depreciated money in which he was paid and gold." When it is remembered that at one period during the war the differ ence between greenbacks and gold was $2.80 to $1.00, the enormity of the proposed back salary grab vill the more fullv annear. V7h n "" etiiucsu oppositior ao southern Allmncemen who wore by Democrats, and their severe ar nothing but .1 hrM U - pjjH001C light for the whole people upon Dem ocratic principles will win in the whole country. Machinery and organization are efficient in nation al politics to the Democrats only when they are made secondary to the great principles formulated by Jefferson, enforced by Jackson, and emphasized and given fresh power by Cleveland. It ought not to be difficult to show why the Democratic party ougnt to be given control of govern ment without reference to the per plexing Southern question. De mocracy means more to the South than any other section only because it secures to us intelligent govern ment. Its principles are as broad as the continent and free from sec tionalism and favoritism. No man ever defined the mission of Democ racy so perfectly as the Boston speaker who, in reply to the slur "the Democratic party is composed only of theoretical scholars and in habitants of the slums," said: "Yes, the Democratic is the party of those who think and those who suffer For thirty years its voice has been the only protest heard against the injustice and selfishness of Republi cs legislation. So unfaltering has te,. position to every species of legislation against which the peo ple now complain so loudly and so justly that the Republican treasury looters have called it "the party of obstructionists," and "the protest ing party" and "the reactionary party." Many have been the sneers directed at the ; Democrats in Con gress because, beginning with a de termined opposition to the National Banking system (they favored a better system) it has fought every financial scheme adopted by the Republicans that has enriched the few at the expense "of the many. i3ut tor the earnest onnnni'tinn A WELCOME TWVASTnxr ures to overthrow. The Democratic AT , party proposes the constitution!. lhe orfolk. and Western rail: the just and most feasible plan of wa7 has bought the Roanoke and bringing relief to the peonlP and it ern' lhat means a great is: Repeal all legislation tht mves Fr deCade three Sreat special privilege to any; reduce the controlled nine-tenths of tariff to a revenue basis; and pro- lf m,leae ot railwa7 this State, vidp n htto fl:i , Now another great system comes ,x xmamiiai system. i o , w other party can hope to give the ,nt0 .the ver? heart f Piedmont M . and into the greatest of our miiii. r xiaci wiiDin tne next 1 c . quarter of a centurv: Tf sLu, facring towns. It is a rich sys casts its vote for thp -nti. tem and one that makes business electoral ticket this year, these meas- and itowns- and Mtains itself on nres will be enacted within the surPIase3 that il elps to make next four years. But if it by wunout eatIDS lnto e principal, followinethe Peonies n 'u. Jt means that !t wi cut in halves the electoral vote of the South to be cast against thl a ask for its X .i,T " share of business at the half wav didate, there will hp. nn t, f. L . ua" wa7 j. 11 . . nouse; that it will bisect thp remedial legislation in a quarter of hftnr, A- T . , the bca" a o.Pntrv tt. , . board-Air Line and ask for its share lUuugUirai man at Monroe That . must give weight to the force of this t . Ca? be"er reason. Th hiot itL" aim we"er service Witn it. Its i-ir rTPaiiy Vantages in Winston-Salem can -1.0 iic .me ui 11 cniia. it must u ji 1 growslowly. If it have stamina, it M may pass through the diseases that ",7 Z. ". assail childhon Mf.i ..j 1 Pc nunareas of , ' 8'"" tnousands of dollars in it. Ihev into man's estntfi. T!i,t it i, , . . xuey ii, waco hp H thb r r . ,i twentv-onP vMtA 0 a r,. r " ",v" "AlUi1 lDrea and dred parties hv hA kui " om fiaTe - " ill VlllO I hamin n .4. NT . il -i , . . a. , a, gicai ixortn ana ooutn linp country s,nce the Democratic party Lndputit in the M Qf Was DOrn. Wh Pro a , . . CJ tuua; wno ar strong enough to go from A weak constitution and unhealthy tu ...f diet killed most nf tn ;n . , lutv Wl3" one dr two struled nn to thW " , . . Sl I3r aU ta. u r "luie ine estimable security of I1D "J xuuKmg ine parents on r,vht. 0a . . .. I uubmess nte uiiuieii pay iax 10 its sup- frP:nt ori,i neigni ana passenger mtc 71 Zir r 7?!r !he of WewU sell for the n . 7 s balem PeoPIe is unbounded. Thev next thirty davs all perfluously on the stage as the onlv h , . ... 7 Y. y VS 311 oST7 Is The Staff 0 ii So the Good Bcov LH , . -- s ... , : TiJE BAKER : has Fresh BreaH , -ureaa and C- janSO-tt 1 Newspaper Ool 7 and you will be as much in LOVE with it too as with your IViglit-SIiirt. Anticephalalsfine, the Great -nuniic nuu neuralgia Only 25 and 50c. a Bottle. splendid Potter p05rp no use for it find ld 1 & will sell at a bargf tn S JOHNSON I JDS, I, MflNUFflGTURER, RALEIGH, N. C. SPECIAL BARGAINS a23-tf vx-;t;U0YLty -vionroe.x.;- Valuable Hotel W. T. Falrcloth, et als , re ' f . R. A. Smith, et als. r'otic" . Y V1rtne of a decree ard in thp Ahnvo 0,.,: ,e.Ea order jr. seil on thP ti:Vlry?, lU at public action atthVcS? doer in the city of (;7 n K& Wayne ULtv?to trte? f that vlnohiQ-i0.TrieLj-bt as the G?egoV Hoiel Sr N Centre and Vclr ut st 01 - perfluously on the stage as the only foe of Democracy. Take away its subsidized supporters, and it falls I v. A. .1 11 . dway mio ine oblivion that has swallowed up every other party that has appeared upon the stage to tight for special interests and sec tions. If any man believes that there is no pressing necessity for legislation to relieve the depressed condition of the people, he may with impunity go into the People's party. If it has J the germ of truth, and can stand "va 1V) wiujin ine next twenty years have the power to in fluence legislation. But all those who feel the burden of Republican legislation, and desire speedy re lief, will remain in the Democratic party which, . while not promising to accomplish at once all that may be desired, will nevertheless when it has the power apply the needed remedies and put a stop to the making of millionaires at the ex pense of the masses. The success of the Democratic party is the hope of the people; and if it is given cen tral of the government no reason able expectation will be disap pointed. wavercain their loyal Tn IK Jl R Jf m milium.. support of the clear headed and H MMH M NFRV splendid leader of the company at i ro,t - Frank Fries and tw JL:. aa Sreat .reduction and .i . i i v c an untnmmed Felt Hnt that he has been as imp r , . ..u L t-lt natS 1 to W T Ftoeloth VecceHd,lr in one and two je-vrT it ?'dLl with notes MT.ri n.I; n ' ing interest from dav 0f rOe jeb-7-oaw-4w c 7 pIIR YS ANT U E3: in Mil I llu Tir . f hat he has been as true to the. as abou half iriS W they beloved. That ,ays it all. t J T?.,. 5 f. ever- Dioomms . Ifotf." i,-, gretn snd ; i.-:.. 7 r7 ;J I his is but the begininof. The road fl.a - oluck Ol flo were, Bona aets avi Fin'- mU,gointo theHchet heart of "J!' tU The orders have been issued. IaramT 111 f.1 H. I T WW VV 111 LCI ini 1 11. 1 year a jrreat new Imp will i,, I . i . bisected the North R 1 ! h? ' nenCe educ at nun. -CI. means a future of unlimited nro perity for the Piedmont and Win- ston-balem. Miss Maooie Reese, The People's Cyclopedia Torpidity of the liver, and rlisriT ders of the stomach and bowels, cause headache and the failure of all desire for food. Ayer's Cathar tic Pills stimulate the action of the stomach, liver and bowels, cure headache, and restore the appetite. dec29-3t VI U LV.n 111 . -;iullic J i-u -OF Universal KuoiTled.irc Ha3 received the highest conr.:' tne ire.s3 oi the coucny. E 0 U GATE YOU R 80? 1 wh iiTay.'rrdehomeinfiuences Compared wUh o!hc7' -t: -with the least trouble and expense, is the most attractive ;.:V;Im "J kiWiiVtiilii II I MI III Barnes Academy, the most convenient fo; r.- a:, i iuu&o recent m imuucaticn. i the cheapest, and i gcl:t OH the r'-.-.c;' in the Confederate army think of it? What do Southern Alliancemen, whether they were in the Confed erate army or not, think of it ? raignment of the Republican legislation at all times, the present leaders of the People's party would never have heard of the great abuses In on address delivered in TW.nn recently by Rev. Dr. J. C. Price, colored, of Livingston ColW nf. Salisbury, he said, according in Boston paper, "that the best thin" ior tne colored people of the South was an educational qualification Tf would put a stop to the sunnresRion of his vote in that section rr PniCE believes that this is the only panacea for the evil, and that it would be welcomed by black and white alike." w i7 01 .?ne fctate- Patronized arsnip, fcystenwtic in Ti-r' "i j-cxiiia iiiuiiprarA 1 fnuuii iii lULuruim f .'i lo!. e y and secure Places for next In the profusion. .rf e i y v t t . Tx- racyofitsiliu.nrii-.ioi,.-,:;, j '.a - : - a. 13., Tnacipal, RFT3-iTT?vroi ttt noir, C. Davifirn; n77n.urw martin, STn.T ?aviCohe2e;6.; Hon S?WeSi MiJ?f Charleston, si Ppmt, N. C: Sunt. T-r t ' a TTTi Charleston, S. C. " For fnrt.hPT tioa address-ihe IMnoTal. u "fiSHf SYMPTOMS OF LIVFP. tjtst a bt Loss of annetito: had hrpnfii v.ori ov luuuiu: LuriiriiH nnnrfifi nom .i.,i- shoulder-blade; in the back or side-iitcr iur rneumatism; sour stcmacJ with flatulency and wafpr-Vrroii . njr j j . ivtniii.iji ii wi n nil hnoTrt. j. restlessness, with spnf?nfinn ic something undone which ought to have , lunula iuici eatin? : nan I . , j ut. xAitrir n.is n tRTnT)Pr. hlnoa. uau mutual P.nncPTif it ,s u 1 , , xjiiii-; yenow an- tv,7 w ti ""iudjr wen dissolved. " - "-fus , ui saia nrm. havintr purchased t.ho cnti "aving i Dissolution of Copartnership The firm of Eais & Martin has b 300, it is without .. i-iVH' it is au entirely i c-v cover to cove r, is r : u ! -. ; venient voli:- . . 'rt cor. or .i.iuo pa.Lces asI :;'',r.'i :trtt 4(HJ nnces of Anrr. :xf - c with an ImTnen-e anu,.:::t neous iutortiifit;o!i is- n '.':;V: to this Cvc'opi a It ' Atlas of the tVIoV. a Li tionar, a Kioirrapliiil I.I 1 I . JJi Veil Vil - . .v luumf; , V.:ilUVv u1 nearance of skir. nnd JNot ail, but rJway3 some ot these indi vruubux uuuuuoi iiie Jjiver. xor If you would be rid of chills and tor. vuuiis aiiu tever take Simmons Liver Rerrula- People troubled with sick and nervous headaches will find a most efficacious remedy in Ayer's Ca thartic Pills. They strengthen the stomach, stimulate the liver, restore healthy action to the digestive or gans, and thus afford speedy and permanent relief. If you are melancholy or down I f V VI that can known to Take Simmons Ww? Pptfni -AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOE- "t11" . "owei Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Constipation, BiliounfiKa. Kidney Affections, Jaundice. juentai Depression, Coiic. A PHYSICIAN'S OPINION. t--"v,-''i-6 Jiicuicine ior twentv vears and have npvpr K.r o ki . . 1 J ble compound- that would, like Simnons Liver Regulator, promptly and effectually move the Liver to action, and a; the same time aid (instead ofweaKen) the digestive and assimilative power- L. M. Hinton, m. d., Washington, Ark. OKI.T GENUINE Has our Z Stamp in red on front of wrapper. J. E. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia, Pa Be Not Imposed Upon! Examine to see that you eet th 1-.. . . . . B MIC purchased th naXme fii6d P6 of the debts of the firm. All persons indebted to the said A Safe. HaIiqTOo T? ..T JT . ' . ' are autaorized to make oa,m; M &2 interest oi ' . , j " -"Jiuray earned on under tLe namoof Evans & jfSin t Shall nnnt.lTinti v iTItT- r V?1111 f stand " "uamesd as tne old Manufacturing Reoalrinir . w r o carnages. Wagons and ana wnatprpr oic- com flr nf -rT A,77 r Ln my ime5 First Class Work at Moderate examine to see that you get the on, AUJao HI Genuine, Dtettngnished from Si age &R2tilmbHc for the Patron frands and mitationa hv l? Riven to the firm, I ask with the blues you need ltonlft"iwk" oa " " W Liver Regulator. . Tm' J.W.EVANS, Gazetteer of the (.r tLem all bv TjUi-cii't?:i i " uyciopedia. For s?ciinen r.:-. t;-r::. ment, etc.'anp'y ro T1IEO. II. HH-1 The Martin -rn A u en i.a, fe 21-1 in - c -li. Safety Deposit i We respLCtiUIy invit..- I trons, friends and t!' - pul!:" -1 inspection of our .V:!,ty Boxes, nov; in our nranitt ai. : - -fire-proof vault. They ar - tl and only deposit boxes In Ii -' and we shall be glad to ilow as well as one of th " " ever jeen w ortn uaroni". - the people . Raleigh. B. S. JERMA, Cashier Commercial and Vsxvtf i. vy., jan. 31, 1892. Ira Bank.