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i it r. if! l Tl1 it: 1 .V ; i 3ltc Jtotc hrouiclc Published Daily aud Weekly by Tub Chronicle Publishing Co. 216 Fayetteville Street, RALEian, North Carolina. T. II. JEJINIUAN, Editor. subscription price: 1 Year 00 Months 3 uo Months 1 50 T:ik Weekly Chronicle (eight pages); One year 1.25. In cluns or nve. f i irn. 1 Y DULY. 6 M (3 M FRIDAY, August 2G, 1892. dkjiocuatm: national tickkt. FOR PKRSIDKNT. Gkovkk Clkvki-and. of New York. Yon VICE-PRESIDENT Stevenson, ol Illinois. lKUO KATI4J STATE TICKKT. FOR GOVERNOR, Klias Ukk, of Edgecombe. FOR I.IEUTKNANT GOVERNOR, K. A. lxl'GHTO.N, of Alleghany. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, OcTAviUi Coke. of Wake. FOR AUDITOR, It. M. Fckman, of Buncombe. FoR TREASURER, 1). W. Bain, of Wake. For ani-T. of rrRLic instruction, J. C. KcAKHOKoUiH, ol Johnston. FOR ATTORN KY-GVNERAL, F. I. Oshoknk, of Mecklenburg. Protected Linen. his labor free of cost ana what ne can iBiiur' .:. i The seven subjects which follow, and grab for himself from the public money N. Y. World. which were selected to show the effects donated to his workmen. The Tribune has interviewed a large of protection, were selected from the New manufacturer of clothing at Rochester, York World.) low or wauonai weaim. with the object of proving that mcreas- On the $16,003,033 worth of brown Between 1850 and 1860 our imports of in the tarjff na8 produced the result de- and bleached linens imported in 1890 gold exceeded our exports by $5,238,239 precated by President Harrison, namely, there was collected $5,001,090 duty in and our production was $600,000,000 a "cheap coat." Two of the tailor's con- order that our five little mills could sea adding to our gold $ bU5.dVoy fessions are noteworthy. He claims to their output at an advance ol JD per in the same time our imports ol mercnan- chow from his books that "33 13 per cent. The product ot the mills in iou dise exceeded our exports by $dS,yii,uuo cent Qf the cost of clothing is the cost cost, without wages, 47,4U0. showing a total increase in our national of labor used in making it." I he duty D. T. Johnson (AOKNT.) Wholesale Dealer in Lemons, Chicken 8, Oranges, Eggs, Bananas, Butter, Cabbage, Peanuts, WANTED : Daily Shipments of Chick ens and Eggg. MISS MAGGIE REESE Seaboard AU-Line Mmi 1892. 189J2. i SPRING and SUMMER. Millinery Novelties lWwwn Atlanta. Athene Hamlet, tayeUevllle. Raleigh and iv.U ' month. Richmond, Washington lu'C more. Philadelphia and New ".or AND REGULAR GOODS. We have the best selected, most correct, as well as most beautiful stock ot millinery we have ever displsyed, hat to the The protection added to pay the "differ- wealth bv foreign trade of $390,151,244 on imnorted woollen clothing is 491 cents ence in wages," cioo,ii. m the last eleven years oi me protection per pound and 60 per cent, ol tne value. Of this the 484 workmen received only era our exports of gold and silver ex- This ;8 eouivalent to a duty of 70 or 75 $ im,U4D ceeded our imports bv lU.i,lii,ou$ ner cenf on manufactured clothing; tne and not one cent of wages. The em- Und of merchandise by $76y,0o4,373 dntv. therefore, ostensibly put on clothing QUICK SALES, BEST PRICES AND frnm the cheapest child's ployer not only had their labor free of showing a net loss of national wealth by to cover tne "difference in the cost of la- PROMPT RETURNS. lotpst Parisian Novelty. i 1 A. l 1 i. A. .-, .-J "iAT -JM 1 t I at - A. J -AT fUTtl 1 ' k K I . . J T71 1 aw cosi, out ne ausinuu f' , loreign traae oi w.j, x u bor- between mis country ana Europe uoi Now on sale a consienment of r. v;Ur,'fl mnai;n na A aMrr, from the fund intrusted to mm by tne which has been invested abroad by tne oniv covers the entire labor cost in cloth- - l" Dublic to disburse among his workmen. American owners. intr" manufacture hpr. nnon the maker's N. C. Hams and Shoulders, hats are very desirable and seasonable. - ... . .-11.1 ... . ... ,1 "& 1 l .1 I. ..-. What is true oi the protected nnen The object of protection is tne roo- own ciaim, but nearly 40 percent, more! and a big lot of I A great variety oi oiraw caps ana industry is true of every protected in- bery of the American farmer oy tne who gets this bounty? v n rI,m 4Kn hhf nFRRTVO round hats for boys under six years. dustry. The protected employer is in- American mill-owner. The means taKen The second confession is this : "The - Manv attractive novelties in Hair rr i nKItT Q trlioroo TLMn rr7i VPTTH TT1 Hf. Hiinno aui htaq Anf St th POIl 11 ITU I : t Z Trhlih n'O In hU rrtX I a QTlfl nn.IT lUirrP H Will TI1H.KI" 1 funds to his own use. His tebor costs and it is McKinley's proudest boast that use j3 higher in the market, but the in- him nothing. His workmen are suppor- protection drove out of the country in crease, despite the tariff, is so slight that ted by a tax on the public, and he "con- ten years over $1,000,000,000 worth of we fa (17 cent8 on a suit) and verts" a large share of that tax for his gold, silver, and labor products in ex- our customers do not know it." own benefit. cess of those received. This destrovs Mr. McKinlev's pet asRiimntion that "the foreigner pavs the w . . .1 4:111. I I r c 1 rrCvr o..-.. GEO. A. SHIFORD. dntv." The American manufacturer. The manufacturing cost ot the siik onerous soul, navn it himself. And as made in this country in 1880, without what a Republican Oran Says of a Darticuiar manufacturer made 52,000 wages, was $ol,880,dUU. Democratic Candidate. 0if0 1aa nr ho nait ftQ HV) in the in- The foreign cost of the silk imported in From the Clyde Register (Republican.) creased cost of cloth on account of the No. as. T 111 n tit 1 H50pm 5 10 a m 4 30 a m b 7 40 a in 8 27 a m 11 Si am 10 35 a m 12 59 pm d 2 45 p m Ar 3iypm L.v .1 u ay -Jii, iv.rj. Atlanta Athens Monroe Charlotte Hamlet Fayetteville Kalelch Durham Henderson Weldon Weldon I So. 41. 5 50 p m Ar Portsmouth Lv 4 t 6 00pm Lv (BayUne) Ar 7 00 p m Ar Old Point Lv 7 CO a m Baltimore 10 47 a m Phila P. R. 1L 1 20 p m Ar New York Lv Ar ..-'Hia 55 h ra 11 iPTl, 8 " '5 ,;j 7 .1 p 4(-p,,j 4 j. m -5pni Lv 12: 1 j, Ardl2 S j, m a !:i 7'am 7"'pt:i 4lpin 2 1piu N low prices to the trade. EW CABBAGE RECEIVED DAILY. Always in Store : A large and well selected stock of staple and fancy ki.fctohs yon THE STATE at lakge. ('. H. AYrocK, of Wayne. K. B. (H.KNN, of Forsyth. 1889, including foreign was The edifcor Qf .g Qot a higher duty. If the ciothing trade gen a a t -n, Mf WOQ CJtU 1 thp kicker, never was and never expects to erally does likewise it is the most patn A dutv of oOc cent, was levied on the , ' , , , ;n i,n nntnr fri; mtin it mBt. tift Qfi 4U De. DUl we sincerely nope tne nepuoacan j ' J5n..f., Am n convention, whatever action it may take IX. - A smoonsft as regards other offices to be filled this and collect $15,933,150 wiU m.ake no n?mfn?ti,.n?Vuf -New York World under a pledge to nav it to their emplov- l tlJC 0T',V" , . The state of oc oo 0,0 "Tff.r. in wacrPfl aH- democratic party ior once in us nistory, Especially adapted to the wants of the city trade. Prompt attention to orders. Free and prompt delivery. 'Phone 28. Ornaments, Crepe de Chine Ties and Vests, etc., etc. Drapery Silks, Embroidery Silks, Zephyrs and Wools. Prices Reasonable. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Miss Maoole Reese, 219 Fayette?;i!e St. 01-OnmLv Portsmouth Ar viorm N. Y. P & N. 7 00 p m Ar Old Point Lv 7 a n 5 20 a m Phila P R It 11 if, p m 8 00 a m New York t i , , 315pm Lv Weldon ACL Ar d!2 m r, r. s 6 28 p m Ar Richmond Lv b r h :u 11 10 p m W ash'ton P Kit 4 M M rs 12 4S a m Baltimore 2 wi a tn 3 45am Philadelphia luiari 0 50am Ar New York Lv iiuinn Xo. 34. I t ft 00 p m Lv 2 30 p m 6 30 p m 815pm Ar 7 Warn Lv 9 4S a m Ar Raleigh Ar Durham Henderson Weldon Lv Weldon Ar Portsmouth Lvt3p!n No. 4.. 45 a in in ' H 111 5 Ul p tn The Government's Gold. d.t. johnson. Agt.. Lumber For Sale. ees as the "difference in wages. !S. wages they paid their work- the Government's gold resources from iminediatelv before the BJlLEIQH, m. c. dition to foreign wacs. The total """""- fo passage of the silver act of 1890 until 1 Of 1111 IU III I' V H r V UI M V MJ I III I I V 111 llll Nil I 1 .a . , The United StateB Senate is now re publican. Should the people elect, next ers was $9,146,705, Port,of every ,man in Noth Carolina- J1 Fall, a republican House and President, and the manufacturers pock- - 'nr a lv fnvhnocrO . eettinc their labor free of co'st. ' The k,n5w ledSe. of .his P,urity f character, the Governor who would succeed Elias Carr, four years hence, would be a re publican, and every member of Congress from this State would be a republican. So fur as the future of the South is con cerned, the force bill is the paramount issue, and it can onlj be defeated by public paupers in our pauper silk mills, supported by public charity, were com- j pelled to labor without pay, ana had 40 per cent, of the money contributed by the people for their support kept by their trustees. ability, integrity and moral worth is as complete as close personal and business relations of many years' standing can make it. He has our unijualified endorsement as a man of the high- From the Waynesville June 30th, 1892, has a strong bearing upon the probable effect of that statute. An examination of the treasury returns show that in the past two years the avail able gold resources in the treasury have been crowinc gradually Jess. At the end of the fiscal year 1890 the free gold We are receiving regular packing North resources of the treasury were $o4,oyJ, NEW HERRINGS. J. R. FERRALL & CO., 222 FAYETTE VI LLE ST. NORTH CAROLINA PINE LUMBER. Flooring, ceiling, weather-boarding, etc, rongrh or dressed Heart-pine shingles, fencing, red cedar post. Also white oak bill tlmler cut to order. Orders solicited. B. NOOK, Jr. my30-3m Pitteboro. N. C. est integrity and honor. day of his entrance to 11 T,,ill uay electing a democratic House and a dem- is true of every protected industry. The acaaemy wnn us, seventeen years ago, protectod employer's main profit comes a., . L . . 1 r . r nor f litti nnrl Trinii hie nftinna and nil U J k flk a. A A. xmuju tm-sm uiw ww.uv w u who know him will testify to the truth- ocratic President. Attention is called to the importance of a prompt distribution of the mails be tween this place and Tarboro. Every citizen of Raleigh, as well as those resid ing along the route indicated, are inter isted, and Tarboro from what he abstracts from the trust fund he collects for his workmen. 000, while on June 38th, 1892, there was only $14,242,000 of free gold in Mr. Foster's keeping. Bv the end of De cember, 1890, the Government's supply of gold had been reduced from $84,000,- 000 to $40,000,000. while by the end of I the fiscal year 1S91 the amount had fal len to S17.GG8.000. In the next twelve Carolina Roe and Cut Herrings direct from the fisheries, and can make low prices. fulness of our testimony when we declare mnnthe f' B, ' , T,ia ot:,i f,,rtiw.r rf. ihar naTrnr o TXT rri rrf a chunn 7 fi I . 11 J Protected Sujjar. duccd to $14,242,000. No matter what Mails for Wilson, Rocky Mount pounds of sugar or i t i , , ,jt , , to pay the "differ" boro from Ualcurh should be dehv- :f Q ei ed the same day. This is not being done Let the postoflice department consider j leaving $12,960,000.00, this matter at once. Our people will not wmcn 11 POCKets iroru me money coi . .. i i i it j i ""vv Hiisninou nils evt-r uten oreiiiueu airaiuHL it a .i j The protected sujrar trust will collect uiBr . u i Rn?mh oiner causes may ue aileea .Ior.lu.,s ue" from the people this year its protection couuty . reai.ed in Transylvania, and of half a :cnt per pound on 3. 600, 000, 000 e(iUCated in our own beloved Ilav- $18,000,000, wood, he is widely known and univer- rence in wages. I he sallv recotrnined as a man and a citi- total wages it pays is under 14 cents per zen of unusual attainments and worth. 100 pounds, or $o,040,000 00, But his crowning honor is the fact that cline, the fact remains that the drift has been towards a silver basis, and this is especially emphasized by the further im portant fact that the paper circulation, exclusive of greenbacks, has increased from $142,191,000. to $573,326,000, of which $331,614,000 is in silver certificates. those who know most of his private lifft. his business and nnrsonal habits. . i i 1 I 7 i 7 I nnrai tn no t? ire utat Lr mon tin "rn tror. 1 . i-i , , . t . i wntitnit nnu Innfrr tn aurli inrnnvnir-nop 1 -" esteem mm nignest. AUmiUea tO tne submit any long. r to SUCh inconvenience wajroa." Tt P-ets its labor free of k.,. : 100 v.? ,;r 1 : ---o - d 1 utti iu loio. 11 la wuuiic 111c utun iu tut; cos' I town of Wavntisville with nothing of fault is not here. What is true of the protected Sugar tni8 world's P-oods: but with a firm reli- t : a. r a. 1 i. iiv a. 1. I o . irubt is wuu 01 every ouier tarin laust. ance upon the elevating power of pluck, In his speech at Salisbury, Congress- ine Prou employer naa aosoune ' . . . f . pauper labor, supported bv public con- man I lenrierson showen with rrrfiftt. r.ifar-1 1 j ci 1 1 wiuuwuuo, uuu uio uivuu vuiiiv,o uAutuA, 1 Binn unn mmnroinpn ma nnciric ness and force, from the record of Con- from what he abstracts from the pauper at the time of tis appointment to the and acute coughs, asthma, bronchitis A very choice lot Va Hams. 2,000 lbs fine N. C Hams. Ferris Pig Hams, Smoked Beef and Tongues, Orange Brand Small Hams, I Harvey's Fine Breakfast Bacon, The Celebrated Magnolia Hams and Magnolia Shoulders. 44.00 r a.50l I u . jjLaiHiJ..w 42.50 42.0 0TtaC The llomellCHt IUhii In ltalelli As well as the handsomest, and t)thers are invited to call on any druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam perseverance and push, he soon forged for the throat and lungs, a remedy that j his way to the front rank in his profes- is selling entirely upon its merits and is m unti eruaranteea to relieve ana cure&n cnronic Protected Woolen. bench, no lawyer in the district enjoyed a larger or more lucrative practice than he did, or had more of the confidence of clients. Sober, upright and a God-loving and consumption. and $1.00. Large bottles 50 cts. WANTED. A good second hand safe, address P. O. Box 356, city. gress, that had it not been prevented by dole belonging to his workmen 'Vimocratic votes, the republicans would hav rr-tirnd. lonf sirwp. &0 000 000 000 u i rnn aaa aaa The total wages paid in our 1990 wool u u, T,Wu,Wu,uW uuW :u u.rcuituiuu. leQ miUa in im wag 19 per cent of the christian, he is a man of the people The This would have left $7, 009, 000, 000 in value of the product. The woollen democratic party wisely made him its rirrnlntmn Oiir nonnlo nrn pnmnlflinlnfr marmfn.ftiirpro rprHfir tn Prmrrrfxaa that frhnirp hv ii nnanimmia nnminftt.inn Thp of the scarcity of money, but how much they must have 35 to 50 Per cent- Pro" people's party, desiring one whose heart 11 U Jf.O Vj T I T K f R A 1 I l! t .,1 , v. tection to pay the "difference in waces." and life work are in sympathy with their II I III Ot III Ol I UulVLII IX UU uieniei vvuu u inivu neeu Liieir eiuuarrass- 1 j . , m, I j j ij i , n and they promise to collect it. The every demand, would choose wisely in nieut, if democratic voters had not check- vaiue Gf their product in 1880, without choosing him. The prohibitionists can ed the purpose of republicans to still wacres was $134,770,329 find in him a liviner example of everv de- The lowest addition they ask on this mand they make, even to that of woman amount "for the difference in wages suffrage, for by remaining unweded he q 1 rrt f" tq i T 1 AO A1 f l a QtlnnTinrr enm i fair onrl 1 -v xr 1 tt nrAmon ... U4 The total amount they pay their work- to suffer for want of a good husband. contains a very interesting account of men is $25,336,392 And the republican party, the noblest, the speeches of Capt. Octavius Coke and They ask for 821,833,223 the purest, the best of them all, should Mr. E. C. Beddiufield in that city on more than the total wages they pay. practice what it preaches and take the v, t i 04. i, tu ii- . And they want pauper wages that will best the country affords when it is in the evening of the 24th The intelligent QOt them Qey do nQt reach tWe Q()t courge Qth synopsis given show that these gentle collect the S47,19G,615. ers may pursue," but as for our individ- men are striking effective blows in the They have not yet formed a perfect trust, ual part we shall support Mr. Shuford. Wherever Judge Shuford has held court, his courteous bearing and legal Fine New Crop Cjba Molasses Direct from the Importers. Prices low and prompt de livery of goods to all parts of the city. TELEPHONE 88. MONEY : : TO : LOAN ! ! ! IT 19 A DUTY yon we yourself and font llv to iret thft beat vain for vaor innnrv. Rronomlze In your footwear by pnrchaitlnB W. L.. Douglas Shoes, which represent the bet value for prices asked, as thousands will testify 43.00 42.50 $2.00 FOR LADIES 42.00 l.75 FOR BOYS 41.75 L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CENTFLEEN. THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. OTHER. SPECIALTIES In footwear are of the Fame high grade, and represent a money value far beyond the prices charted. See ttiat nam and price are stamped on oottom or each Bhoe. TAHH Nil IM HM'ITI I K. W. L. Douglas, llrockton, ItlattN. Bold by SOLD EXCLUSIVELY 15Y Trains No 38 and 41 have through pnll- man Sleepers letween Porttfrnouth. Wel don and Atlanta. Train No. 38 conn cts at Weldon wi:h through Pullman Buffet Sleeper for Kidi- mond, N ashiHscton, lialtlmore, Philadel phia and New York. Train o 41 connects at Weldon with Pullman Sleeper for points South vu Atlantic Coast Line. Daily, t Daily .except Sunday) bllmik fast. d Dinner, s Supper. For information relative to hedule. etc, apply to T. H. Murray, ticket aceut, Italeieh, or E. Ij. White, ticket aeut, Johnson stret, Ilaleigh. O. V. SMITH, Traffic MnaKer L. T. MYEKy, Oen'l Hnrt. ' JOHN O. WINDER. Oen'l Manager RICHMOND & DANVILLE KA1L KOAD COMPANY. W. Hnidekoper and Iteulen Foster lie cei vers. Condense! Schelnle in Effect July 1SV2. ItAINS LEAVE RALEIGH, X. C : DAILY for Durham. OxJor.l. Henderson, Buffalo Lit hi Snrlnis, Ireer.sloro. Winston .00 1 Salem.SaliKburv. Western N'frth A. M. Carolina Points, Charlotte, , nmhia, Augusta, Charlitji, Sjivannah all t'loridn Joint.-, Atlanta. nirtninuhHin, Mem phis. New Orleans hiuI all iolutH South and Sutiiwf, Danville Kicluiir-iid, Lvn litn;r ..! I ;t-hiimt)ii hum all inline 1'. M j North. Through Pullman !. ;. iu car lt.iieirh t Asheville -:i train leaving at .15 p. 111 HELLEIt 1UIOS., No. 134 Fayetteville Street, C. further contract the currency ? ANOTHER WEEK FOR FURNITURE. We are now prepared to negotiate loans on centrally located BUSINESS PROPERTY IN BALEIGH and otaer North Carolina cities, In sums of $2,000 and npward, aud on three to five years time. Correspondence invited. 8 40 pm 9 55 pm 8 30.nr 3 30 am 9 44 an 11 2 5 an riulit direction. Both are members of and without a perfect trust there cannot the alliance, but, like all true alliance- be perfect protection where the market , . ' , , , , price here is made by domestic competi- men should, they know that if the pies- tion. Competition kills protection, and ent financial burdens arc to be thrown the competition of the 1990 firms pre- oIT, it must be done through the vents them from stealing the full amount MTcm-v ..f thn rlemiiersitie .v.rttr TV,or h;hey are permitted to steal if they can After this week we will bWlalo IlTisl i BrfcagS Co., talK OI Ottier gOOQS, Wre tell Telephone No. 12. RALEIGH, N. party. is no other agency the people can look to with confidence. squeeze it out of the people. Wnat is true of the protected wollen mills, whose protection is not worth 20 ability have won for him the highest . . uiiuic ctdiu, ucwu&c commendation. Ed. 1 tis is a ume wnen one can very well buy furniture. TiussiiouidBrtusoood Time. Soon the rush of Fall Tt,,.ia:.M. t? rr t?aa Dusiness Degms ana tnen the August Forum, gives a bright record the new StOCK WTlll De Shown febl6 C. M. S. CLARK RALEIGH, N. C. protected industry. The 'really protected of Southern progress for the past ten What We are nOW showing employer gets his labor for nothinjr and 7f"" J Tm 1 ' i trade'8 is nrohablv a.R crnnd of i retains from the trust fund all he can col ""'B"1 " T no lect over the small doh-to the pauper am0UDt8 0.00;000 year Norfolk nl,nt ti.n ,,.,a.io 1.1 v, u. 1 ii4v, aionesenusmore man nve minion aoi- ivpuviiaua n uuiu udYl uuilc I uub nuai uuuuic iuu CUlUlUjcl hud thev not lcen nrevpnfpd hv df.mn. cannot collect ne must lose Dkduit $9,000,000,000 from the amount of money now in circulation in this country, and the result will show crats. Is is not better for every business interest to have f 1,600,000,000 in circu lation, than to have only $7,000,000,000. The republicans say that the latter amount is large enough. The democrats would largely increase the $1,000,000, 000 - the amount at present in circula- lars' worth of fruit and vegetables a year to Northern cities, and Georgia sends more than ten thousand carloads of melons, while Florida sends from three to four million boxes of oranges. Our is probably as good of its kind as anything wTe will get, but of course we must be continually offering our patrons new things m fur niture as well as other Take the "piotection era" between 1880 nnrl 1RMI Tn ISWlrmr ,v,v,rt0 t tion. Thev would trivc the people an I amount fully adequate to their needs, In 1890 they were $845,293,828. aud this is the safe policy. Showing an increase of 2 per cent. tTt Or if we take 1881, $383,925,947, ........ r i , and 1891, 1872,270,283, we nave a aecrcasc oi l ner wnt. Domestic MerchaiidiMe. Take 1850 and 1860. In 1850 our ex ports of domestic merchan- Uield of cotton has nearlv doubled in eoods SO before new lines dise were 124,900,233 ten years, and other agricultural pro- nnRnRH muct cpII In 1860 there were 316.242.423 ducts have wondnrfnV.v inr.rPas tLir are Opened, We mUSt Sell Showing an increase of 135 per cent, output.making the value of all nearlv two from the Dresent furniture -v ual 18 PREPARED TO DO SLATE ROOFING 1XJil-i 1. il . . .. ... in ten years has leaped from 6.000 000 aillL LU uo mib, we maKe me "auy portion oithe Stateonshort notice, hundred million dollars more in 1891 stock every piece possible than in iKKI (lnr nnnnn pnal Aiitnnf - . 17 r - Wilmington AWeldoi R.R. and Kranene. Condonaed Schedule Dated August", W TRAINH OOINQ BOOTH. No. 23. No 27. No. 41. Daily. Fast Mail. Daily ei Daily. Sunday Lv Weldon 12 30 pm 5 43 pm 6 00 air Ar Kocky Alt 1 40 pm 6 36 pm 7 09 arc Ar Tarboro 218pm Lv Tarboro 13 58 pm R 00 pm Ar WUson 2 18 pm 7 00 pm 7 10 an Lv Wilson 2 30pm Ar Selma 8 2 pm Ar Jfayettevule. . . 5 w pm Lv Qoldaboro. ... 3 15 pm 7 40 pm iiv warBaw 4 1 pm LiV Magnolia...... 4 Z7 pm Ar Wilmington. . . 6 00 pm TRAINS GOING NORTH. No. 40. o. it. no. 78. Daily ex u&ny. uaiiy. Bun day 12 35 am 915 am 4 20pn 1 54 am 10 57 am 6 02 prr 11 11 am 6 15 prr 2 55 am 12 05 pm 7 10 pxr kj am . . 11 35 am Ar Wilson 12 30 pm .. Lv Wilson 3 85 am 12 58 vm 8 04 pn Ar B'y Mount 4 03 am 1 30 pm 8 39 prr r -i&rooro t jju am A 18 pm Lv Tarboro 12 58 pm .r weiaon 55am 2 55pm 10 00 pn -uuy excepi saoaav Trains on Scotland Neck Branch Ronri leave weldon 4:00 p m, Halifax, 4:22 p m arrive Scotland Neck at 5:15 n m. Green ville 6:52 p m; Kineton 8:00 p m. Returning leaves runexon y:iu a m. lireenville 8:25 a ni, Arriving Halifax at 11:00 a m, Weldon ii: a m, nauv except sunnay. Trains on Washington Branch leave Washington 7 00 a m, arrive A. & K. Junc tion 8.40 a m., returning Jleave A & R Junction 7.10 p m., arrives Washington s.45 p m. uaily except Sunday. Connects with trains on Albemarle and Raleigh R. R., and Scotland Neck Branch. Train leaves Tarboro. N. C. via Aih- marle & Raleigh R. R., daily, except Sun day, 4:40 D m.. Sundav 3:00 n m: arrive 03 P m. 4:20 n m Plymonth 8:30 p m, 5:21 p m. Returning Lv Wilmington. . . Lv Magnolia Iiv Warsaw ArGoldsboro ... Lv Fayetteville.. . Lv Selma 1.2S P. M. Daily. 8.45 A. M. Ex Sun. r For Goldsltoro. Fayettvil;-, Wdmingtou, Morehead ity, Newlern and all iointrtiD Kitst ern North Carolina From Greens!xro and all jfiut North and South. From Richmond via Kysvin and Durham. From Goldsboro For Durham, Oxford, Hender son. Cljrk8 ille. liuifalo Ll'tiia 8.15 j SpriDtrw. KeyBviih. IJurkeviiV, P. M. I Richmond, West Point, IU'.u Daily. more and all point north vih i orkluver Llne.Oiirrle.sibrouuh Pullman sleeper iKrtween Ral- I eigh and Richmond. TRAINS ARRIVE AT RALEIGH: I. 25. P. M. Daily. 2 (Mi A. M. Daily. 10.40. A. M. DaUy. 6.00 P.M. Daily. II. 20 P. M. Ex Sun. PASSENGERS LEAVING KALEIGH at 7.)0 a. m, makes clow cnu- tion at GreenslKiro for all ixiin'-i North and Jronth, alio lir a 1 Western North Carolina j:i!t.-, arriving In Asheville ...V p. m., Ijenoir 3.50 p. m , In amph tim to stage to Blowing Rock, 'J miles dlf-tant for pupper. Double dally trains between Rj-lelk'h, Charlotte, Augusta and Atlanta. E. BERKLEY, W. A. TURK, Superintendent, lien Pas Apt., Richmond, Va. Washington. I)". W. H. GUKEN. rt. H. HAliLWRK, General Manager, tsa't Gen Tare Ag't Wathington, D.C A?lam. On. VOL. HAAS, Traffic Manager, Warhiugton, tons to 23,000,000; pig iron 100,000 to right prices. i) I uu I nnn . 41 : . . 1 i i 1 ,wu,uw; me capnai in uoiion seea oil mills from $3,500,000 to $30,000,000. I hen, there are 22,000 more operatives in our cotton mills than there were ten All work guaranteed. Address for particu- W,H,&R,S.Tucker&r;o . , 1 I i , , x I ... t iu imi vuituu wins kiiau wcic wcic LVU published, represents Dr. Exum as in- And the McKinley bill was intended years ago. Our railroad mileage has ! Charges moderate. References given, lars. M. S. CLARK, P. 0. 132. Raleigh, N. C. dulgmg in strange talk for a white man t0 knock them down still more. But a born on Southern soil. As Dr Exum is fan?ine in Europe prevented it this year r.,fii,i,.n.f,.rfi.. aud may prevent it even next year from ' '." "...v.,. lllia v,uuiui.m- gettmg in its line work. But it will win wealth, it is proper for the press to make in the end. Protection is for the mill- known his views on public questions, but owner to pluuder tho farmer. it is an unpleasant dutv to record thn Mntir,w.nt. n.m..n..A ; ... .1.. ITotectcd Employer. ""J "uiivjuuruuuiHa. fVlof : TOODa ; i,;a ' ,An saw U f i. r, " "o ""lo wuuuj oiu iuu iter imi ur. Lxum is proving a wor hy rep- cent, higher the protected employer must These are merely some items of ten resentative of the convention that nomi- be protected by 100 per cent. duty. The years' southern progress. The resources uated him, and of the oartv renri'sentpd American labor cost in woollen cloth 19 of tne south are boundless. Its coal and Kir j I per cent. If the foreicrn labor cost is ten lron deposits, "always the foundation infl 7 LT : ::: T11' m lDe cent, and in $11 000 for the greatest prosperity, are so great ,uuul,M luak iw poncy. worth of cloth imported 81.000 renre- defy competition." Its forests of nearly doubled. The rise of exports from northern ports is about 100,000,- 000. Our national bonds have increased from 220 to 64.0, and their capital has in creased from $45,000,000 to $100,000, 000. The assessed values of our proo- erty has risen from $3,000 000,000 to nearly 65,000,000,000. The New York The protection organs tell the people Herald, commenting on these figures, 123 and 125 Fayetteville St. BABY CARRIAGES. $ 5.85 $ 6.85 $ 8.10 Look at these prices and do not $ 9.75 $12. 60 $14.60 $15 60 $18.10 forget to call and LOOK at this line of fresh new sents foreign wages, while to make the ?rA wod suggest vast industrial possi- the same cloth here would cost $2,000 in ointies. "in the great mineral and tim- third party candidates are savini? that th waSe8 they say we must levy a duty of ber belt which stretches from Virginia I ik1 -4 tff I T ft YfTT horn loho m n 4- hnrn t n a rrt nsn We are informed that some of ayingtl democrats voted for the force bill ID ttlC I Vkppmiao wc nav 100 nor nonf mrA rnAA I trfttinn of minprnl anil timKor urool f K Kecd Congress. The assertion is with- But if the foreign labor cost is $1,000 greater than can be found in any other out foundation, as every body ought to anc the domestic labor coBt is $2,000, equal area in America or Europe with know. This is on par with the state- then a duty ot 10 Per ccnt more tnau ideal conditions for its profitable devel- r,t n. -or v i.--- equalizes wages. opment." " ;;.r,"'i ;. . A"1 vmon' Foreign cosC $11,000 With these facts before us, we shall uiai, n me iorce bin had become the Add 10 per cent. Protection, 1,100 continue to declare that we are entering lotal cost of foreign, 12,100 an era of good times. Despite the un- Total cost of domestic, 12,000 just financial policy of the government When the protected employer asks for south is bound to forge ahead and iuu per ceni. protection because he pays prosper. iuu per cent, more wages, it is because ne wishes to pay his workmen 10 per The children's health must not be nec- cenc. oi it ana steal yu per cent, for lected. Cold in the -hoaA nc, - i , . -vvuuovowwiim. uiuiacii. r. T'A I rpam Kolm i,.,n Ti j - - uuiu an uutc. 1 b la law, the supervisors of elections for Wil son county would be appointed by Judge Connor. An examination of the record of Congress, and a casual reading of the force biil, will prove both state ments unfounded. The democrats voted against the force bill, and the super visors would bo appointed by United States Court Judges. What is true of one protected industry perfectly safe and is easily applied into is true of all. The mam profits of the the nostrils. The worst cates yield to it. jwwu cwpiujer comes irom getting i I'nce 50c, Baby Carriages. Every one marked at cost with freight added. We offer these goods at cost so as to clear our floor for another line of goods. Now is the time for A BARGAIN. Thos. H. Briggs & Sons RALEIGH. N. C. WEAK CURES ASSUIEDI WITHOUT STOMACH DKOaOIHO. 1 Or &II dlwinM rif man moK am "T"Ji"-s Ammm ui fimr, lmpt(IK, Lark ..ofc.MTC Axeaune gtvlng full particulars for vreaimtni sent I seaiea oa application. wrAurucE. New You. I MEM STRONG TBEKCH VlTiUZESS A OU1CK aMU TIVE Restorer of Manly Vigor, and the only Le gitimate specific for Bexual Debility and Lost Vital ity known. A Marvellous Invieorator, entirely harmless. Druggists or by mail. $1, 6 for 5. Circu lars free, DR. R. F. CATON, Box 5,257, Boston, Maw oct20-d&wlv Twin City Stencil Works STENCILS, RUBBER STAMPS, CHECKS, Ac. , Manufactured to Order 8. B. TURNER & CO 81 Water St. Norfolk, Va P O Box 124 no-3-ty WANTED. A il 1 . . inorongn, practical and competant ma" rV, take charge as foreman of Sash and Blind Factory and Pianino fni w want a man acquainted with the business in all of its details, and none but first class men need apply. Address, enclosing ref- SAN FORD SASH & BLIND CO.. Sanford,N.C. Atlantic & North Carolina 1 1 Time Table No. 22. PASSENGER TRAINS, DAILY. 51 EAST. All. LV. p.m. p.m. 3 30 leaves Plymouth daily, except Snndav. 6:(0 a m, Sunday 9:00 a m, Williamston, N. C, 7:30 a m, 9:58 a m. Arriving Tar boro 10:40 a m, 11:20 a m. Trains on Southern Division, Wilson and Fayetteville Branch leave Fayette ville 5:30 a. m arrive Rowland 7.12 p. m Retummsr leave Rowland 7.aia. m. ar rive Fayetteville U.vo a m. Daily except Sunday. Train on Midland. N. C fiiancr leaves Goldsboro, N. C, daily, except Sunday, 6:00 a m, arrive Smit.hfleld, N C.,7:30am Returning leaves SmH! fifld, N.C., 8:00 a m; arrive ijouisnoro u., 9:.) a m. XTam on ra;hvllle lirancb i-.-.v.t Rochj Mount at 6:40 p m, arnvi i Nwl 1U 7:15 p m. Spriue Hone 7 4; i m. K-t urn Ing leaves Spiinjr Hoi b:i".; a .;J, X,-t, il!. 8:rf5 am; arrlv Rocky Moivit 'J;I". . n. daily, excn Sunday. xrain on canton iJ ranch leaves v. i mw for Clinton daily, except Sunou . al Sm and 11:15 a in. Relurnip leavej linton at 8:20 a m and 3:10 n rn connr-.! ing at Warsaw with Nos. 41, 4; and 7b. Southbound Train on Wilson an. Fay etteville Branch is No. 51. Nortl bcund is No. 50. J)ily. evi epr day. Trains No. 27 South, an 14 LsorU. wili stop only at Rocky hionut, Wilcii. Golds boro and Magnolia. Train No. 78 makes close connection at Weldon for all points north daily, all rail via Richmond, and daily except Sunday via Bay Line. aL-:o at Rocky Mount daily except Sunday, whfc Norfolk and Carolina Railroad for Norfolk and all points north via Norfolk. JOHN F. DIVINE. Gen'l Suat, J. R. KENLY, Oenl Man. T. M. EMERSON. Traffic Manaeer. 3 53 4 Ofi 4 21 4 35 4 55 5 05 5 19 5 31 5 41 6 00 639 644 656 7 13 724 728 7 3S 7 45 7 53 3 56 4 09 4 23 4 40 5 55 5 05 5 19 5 35 5 41 6 0S 6 39 644 6 56 7 16 7 24 72S 7 43 7 50 STATIONS. ....Goldsboro Best's IjHGranj;; ..Falling Creek. Kin ston Caswell Dover ...Core Creek... .... Tui enrora;... Clark's ...New lierue... Riverdale Croat an Havelock Newport ... Wild wood Atlantic, .Morehead City. ..Atlantic City.. More bead Depot 50 WE-T. Aic LV. H ID. H.l.'i 1 1 M lo :v io 4 10 '4 1" lo o; i"t' 9 1 9 VI h 4- 5 !7 7 :i 747 7,1 7 1'J 7"; 6 Si 9 V V. 7 .r 7 4 ; 4- mixkd fi:k:oiit a?:i i aenki; tk - i--:- A. G. BAUER, flRGHITEGT, RALKIGII, N. C. 1 FAST. Z WK.-?T. Alt- LV. a.m. a. in. 6 30 57 7 0 20 7 b4S 7M 8 11 8 3'J 9 50 8 55 1015 10 00 11 31 10 11 00 11 05 1217 12 41 315 3 00 STATIONS. AK. LV. p.m. p. ni 71 jl 5 r.4 5 24 4 -f, 4 ) 3 25 2 54 2 24 2 o2 lo '.'l : v i 17 h 0 .-4 it 4 " ;4 j;'" 2-. 1 4-". 'J ' y '4 Plans and specification? furnished on applicatn. 8-27-ly. . .. (Joldfsloro ... Best's . .. Ijirn,.'' ... ..Falling Cieek.. KinsK n Caswell. . . Dover . ..Core Creek... ... Tusarora ... Clark's ...New Ben.e... 3 37 3 42 ....Riverdah-.... 4 48 3 50 Croa'an 4 08 4 13 ....Havelock.... 5 37 4 42 Newport 5 51 4 55 . . . Wild wood . . . 5 01 5 01 Atlaatic... 5 16 5 21 .Morehead City. 5 23 5 28 .Atl'Lti-- Hotel. 31 Morehea.1 Depot Train 50 connect with Wihrili.u'ton A Weldon 1 rain,lmnd North, leaving oi boro 11 :50 a m, and w'th ICirhmond A: , MB ville Train Wet, Ifcavin G&ldboro -:'o P Train 51 connecla with Richmond &c l)aa viUe Train, arriving at Goldsboro . P rn, and with WUmlnKton & Weldon ira.a from the North at 3:10 p va- . A. Train 2 connects with wumiuKw- 6c V. 17 riH rri. v..v. Vi-oivht. Train, leaving m and with R- S.IDILUSupt. Through Freight Train, leaving Goldsboro at 5:10 p m.