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5, Dr. Charles Pcarklmrst, of Hew York, a:;d His War on Tammany. few weeks ago Dr. Parkhurst -iticiz il with givat sh verity the f'ovt'i-Miu.'iit of New York, jargisig it. among other things, ith complicity with immorality. citt tl a newspaper report as evi nce of one prominent instance of ;tis complicity, but did not claim :ur tlw newspaper report thut it was d evidence. Notwithstanding his, tiic? l-ranu oury made a pre- .ri)!incni censuring mm tor his ritici-ni. He now points out the ffraluit-s oc the presentment, and Wcla ii sermon in which he laims that he has legal evidence fhr! truthfulness of his present .tenants. Speaking to Tammany says: "For four weeks you ave been wincing under the sting a general indictment and have ton culling for particulars. This 'aorning I have given you particu lars, 254,284 of them. Now, what re you going to do with them?" Dr. Tarkuurst, who thus ''bucks he tiger," was born in Massa fciN'tts. He is a graduate of ,mlitrst College and a great jhular. In his early mat. hood he m Professor of Greek in Willis- ion Seminary. He read for tht- aiDistry in Germany. His church :.uadi6on Square, New York, is Prided by many prominent men, dis one of the leading places o wship of the Presbyterian de clination. Dr. Parkhurst is far ., indefatigable and thorough in lis campaign against Tammany. OFFICIAL OALL Forlhx- Democratic State Convention, in Raleigh, May 18th. 'him State Democratic Exkcutivi: Committee, No. 2 23 Fayettevillk Street. Raleigh, N. C. March 10, 1892. To the Voters of North Caro ftA : At a meeting of the State Democratic Executive Committec 1(1 in this city on the 2nd inst, it 'us resolved that the next State Con mention should be held in the city of folcih on the 18th day of May, M2, at 11 o'clock a. m. It will devolve on this Convention to nominate candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of ite, Treasurer, Auditor, Attorney General and Superintendent of Pub- Instruction, to elect four delegates t large and four alternates to the Na tional Democratic Convention to be at Chicago, June 22nd, 1892, to tonn.u.ty two candidates for elec tors-at-large; to adopt a platform of Pr'nciplesand to transact such other JQsiness as may properly come be fore it In i 11 caees where the Congres- -ntinns hiivp not been "'W previously the delegates to convention from each Congres ftRal District will choose two dele tes and two nltprnnfpQ TO th V . national Democratic Convention nl report their names to the State OnVP.ntmn There has lipn fVvr Rnmp.timp fl. iroily root.Pfl irlpn nmnnrr the npnnlf' some system should be ?aoPtf-d by which minorities ,u the various counties should e their nrnnnrtinnatp T7mrA in a,i State and District conventions, . IJin deference to the fair and uivni, till iii.r-.i-i j TV IJIlv fealizing that it had no power to . a t(5 or vary the "Plan of (Wan ,ztion" as adonted hv the. last State. invention and bind the people to 2 TVanCe' ai.'ouslj reeom. the following rule, and earnestly re- n that it be observed, viz :Vn county conventions in which :tg2!e! 8ha" b sted to attend " wwi, congressional, Judi -ial or other convention a vote shall be taken in accordance with the plan Y'o'aon as to the candidates whose names may be presented to such Co. convention. The dalegates shall be selected from the friends and supporters of each candidate voted for in proportion to the num. Wer of votes he shall receive in such county convention, and no other instructions shall be given; provided, that where only one candidate i' presented and voted for at such county convention it shall be law ful to instruct for such candidate." It is urged that all county con ventions shall, at the same- tim they select delegates to this conven tion, elect a county executive com mittee to serve during the comim campaign. This action is essential to perfect organization and enables the chairman of the State commit tee to at once put himselt in touch with the county chairman. . All township and county conven tions should be held at such times and places as will afford to each member of the party an opportunity for full and fair discussion. It is essential to success that animosities should not be engendered or dissen sions fostered, and no one should be given even the semblance of an ex cuse for refusing to support the democratic party, the supremacy of which is so necessary to secure good overnment and an honebt adminis tration of public affairs. To divide now is to turn over the State to the enemy. Let us stand together as in tbe past and thus perpetuate the rule of the Anglo-Saxon. Ed. Cham ieks Smith, Vh'm. B. C. Beckwith, Secretary. 0 . I am an old man and have been a constant sufferer with catarrh for the last ten years. I am entirely ured by the use of Ely 's Cream Balm. It is stranee that so simole i remedy will cure such a stubborn disease. Henry Billinirs. U 8. Pension Attorney, Washington. D. C. Last Sunday there were .V 0 passengers on Wirt ;'s street rai -yay. yhuUi tatc Chronicle, mwx. 1.8, 1892. ip;r lfz? iielSlrpS8; ! .rr- I i Ky . ; krj. . mlBi- :)& VYUlb Form of LaGrippe Cured in 24 Honrs. "sn Sash k!so ba Bought? i'o, Thsy ara ?,!et sr Sa'e. B ow wt Kive the name? of ovi i the r.est ki.ovrn men in the UnU-d C5 Mtes, wh-i yo untHril' tave their tes imomal ot cures mane b? tb K-:'S ROYA'i GKEMLTU-R Among tf em were many eld chron c i;a es,?r from tyn f twenty y:a'svand n.vr. We reie- t5r. runierto niiv ef t- e iirtmts i v - t be! ( w. Rev p Ileiuo.-, ?D. Chicdio, cured ot l.avTip.e -ndCafarrh. Jexi J.onsti-et, Gainesville, Ga, Dyspepsia and insr.mnia. Major J Rankin Atlanta, La Grippe Worst torm.) Rev J B Hawrho nef !) D, Atlanta, Catarrh. Tv ty ye,;rs stand r. v.itu - i- - ! urner. Attorney It nera1 of feun- s-e, IMieumatiam. Twenty year standing. Ex Gov. R. tfubbard, Texas. Mother cuied of Uyspppoia and General e bi ity. G W. ATm?t.ead, Nashville, Tenn LpGnpoeand Nervous D 'bility. Rev Saw P Joei. Cmer&ville. Wife cb rf d of Nf rvus h eadt che. T wen t years standing. Br .1 11 P,ars n t T.oui3,Mo, Stom ach aLd Kioney Trouble E y malJ Atla.'.ta,Asthma. Twenty six yr-ars standing. Kev ; S v right, rhattanooca, Tenn. Son cured of Epilepsy. ? :x years stan.7, ing l B Jones, Norfolk, Va, Nerralgi and LaGrippe. li W Ch-.-t& Norfolk, Yi ginia, La Grippe. rtpv M C Cole. New Orion?, Rheu ma ism And 1) spepsia. ( 'ol 1 W v rvt Atlanta, Kidr.v Troublev u;ud Para y sis Maiof i 'hnries VSr" iluhner. At.:ntn Nervous Prostration. Mrs M-rv a Atluason. Atl itr. s h ra iTwenty-el.ht years stand ing. e'e-' A J Lavr' Wlu. jester, Kas ItjtJtv.-ini tory Uheuu.ati.viii Worst rm fl S B1a-kn.rfll, Atlanta. LaGrippe. ' 'erst i'o nt. C'lir-'d in 24 h'r,s. Hon J i L'le, rf"nator 27tb Dislric', G Wife cure t of Nturalgia. V." j) Siv pi'fi-'d. A: hens, Ga. Tnfl.tm 1: :ry .j hen iua Urn- Severe ease. Mrs .To: Davis, Pin no, Texas, Cough an i Hemor . K-'v a it Van-.fh n, fan ton, Georgia, Neural ir a u L i ruabie. DrO P -rfc. A I -:xaadr1a,Lj, Asthma s-'rom ii'ifi'icv'. R v V R GwaKnev, Greensboro, ' irippe ( - I.GruT,e H,,d D sp-'.-a. K-eiun.;tr ,r... Mlten v.a s sT,. ,n. Mr- r.srrr.er Atl-it ., MLinrru, roryUh n.n m TenyvH:wn in i ' egg St Louis, Catar-h and L-;- urit(:C M I Wh-t?iV, Rt LomR Fc-mj Rt vJ HK; Mr, IH.),X::v. lie, Tenn, in .nrp-a Hr d LaG'-.p v. Kev W Uf tli , D x v - Iv eAu-ter. Cni"g-. i anri ovt ;Orni. Key W H Morris, Ashley, 111 , Spinal lr .1 -ol man, I..iprty, i.usn, I a Grippe d dfcetrva'ism. Verv .v, rH t8 M Setor, Chicago, i.a -rinpe and Rheumatism Chd'l cur d . t Summer C-n.p -u.t J J cruggs, Sid.ai, Miss. Chil t cured of -iimim r : V mplait. Ho II J ChamberlMin. Chicago, La- Guppe ai.'d an-. ,r spnpsia J il. h-vvhxn.Cynrhiana.Ky., Par !dSis Light, vers s a..d:ng K i'li?y -QUi, Ohio, Rheumatism and LatiGrippa Johu F Gorman, Cinimi ti, Ohio, LmGhp ea d henmati-m RevSa rmel H Schanz. CMcauro, CaTarrh and LaGrif.p" Rv W H We is, Birmlmzlum, T a-Gripp-'ar.d Rheum -.ii m Kev -., ! Rivfrs.l) D, Lou'sviile, K, NeursTg'a and Difili;v. Rev G Yi n. NalivlUe, Te n vye Tenn,. Ihppsi a?-d aGrippe. i ; e iKtnen'fd Hearv W Grdv. said of Gkkm vrr k ' 1 r.ellve it to he tbe t ."hi ma Thui.- (T Veclicints." Vve tou:-i fl''. thi- o-i-.T wiih r.amps of people whohavp hveu ciirn? of r ; ese by :h-.'iise t Kho's Royal Gkk Mr Tur-?, l.u- consider ! e suil'i .hnt- V.'e re having -ifh n, anl al uve t'-e conn:ry. ..Se dreadful seoue La Gri?, e Hun'?r-''ds are being vnr d rivh'. h-i' at onr 'or -n f- .- lmuif, 1V tahiiitr two tFapoosilYil of -er- jUseiuer in osi. -aait ; hes f hoi water every hon; Tor i or eihf honrs I is plea: ;n.t to ak- h k i cf lein---. ad?.. Kor -ah at i 1 re lyatie by Drncg-jj. Iv'tuiuf.-ie'i-uv-d by k::g s kov.- l ciiRnrrF.R cc.; aTJ--5o.-tf Ati;u.i.Ga. r s de ly L' uiigi-t jit'k - , , 0. 'mi Oiscovsry v Accicsi? 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