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rublUhed Pally and Weekly by THK CHROSIOtK PUBLISHING Co. 216 Favelt i'-ie street Raleigh. North Carolina. T. R. JKRNIUAN. Editor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE : it Year - DA.ILY. H Months I Q MnnthH ----- THK Wkkkly Chronicle (eiKhtr-es); One year 1.25. In clnbs of five, 1 (K). t 00 - 3 0o - 1 50 SUNDAY. - - Oct. 2, 189 DETIOCUATIC NAT ION A L TICKET. FOR PKrSlnENT. tjftovr.R Cleveland, of New otk. FOR VK E-rf f.SIDENT. ADI.AI E. HTKVENHON, Of Illinots. KMO( RATIC STATU TICKKT. FOR GOVERNOR, KM AH CARR, of KUgccombe. FCR LIT TT EN a NT GOVERNOR, H. A. Dovohton. of Alleghany. FOR 8KCRKTART OF STATE, Oc-TAvira CoKK.of Wake. FOR AUDITOR, R. M. Kcbman. ol Bunconit'. FoR TRKASVRKR D. W. BAIN, of Wake. for srrr. of prune instruction, J. C. HcAKKOKonm. of JohiiHton. FOR ATTORNKV-OI NKRAL, V. 1. Osboknk, of .Mecklenburg. ELECTORS FOR TIIK STATE AT LAROr . V B. AvrocK, of Wayne, li. B. Cii.F.NN. of Forsyth. A CHAM.KX;" r . i- .... ,.r.,.A unthiirStv hat' I . We. nave it, in k1"" i!Vted upon the editor of the 1'rO'jnmre Fanner re cently boasted, that when Weaver spoke nt Oreerahoro there were five hundred pistol prepared t .rive resented -my in suit offered him: lint when Weaver spoke here there were fi .e nundred rifles ready for use hud he been insulted. Who curried these pit.d- md where were these ritles? This is the question '. Before Oenernl Wenver came to North Carolira, the Chkosici.k mnounced that when he did conn- he c .ul 1 feel assured of safetv. Such ar.nounct nn nt w.is made, and en.)i iimnTanee fiv.-n. !i!!Ue ve have nt) hesitation in testifying, at all times to the law abidinn chvu'-tir ot the peo ple of this Stute. Now, when rive hundred concealed pistols are carried to a public speaking, in free North Carolina, we demand to knew at whose instigation this reflection was put upon our people? And when so many rifles are hid convenient for handling the same inquiry is repeated with eiu phasis. Such con iuct will cot be allow ed to pass unchallenged by the peaceful and law-abiding citizen- of North Caro Una. Our people may diller on political questions, but the good citizens every where must feel an interest in promptly re- bukinir the nrenaratioiis for armed vio lence we have indicated. General Weaver could live the balance ot his days in North Carolina in the ut most safetv. but no uno can feel safe here long if the sentiment cu'tivated by the Protjtusxice Fanm r and its cowardly and sneaking counterpart, the Sjuriid In farmer, gains the a.scendcncy Wt challenge the came for the disparaging reflection upon the law abiding charac ter of North Carolinians. S. A It. AND K. & . It. K. SKTTE.K- MKNT. In our issue of yesterday, statiDg that all matters appertaining to the settlement of thetixes of the above corporations, there was an error in stating that the judgment of the Superior Court of Wake county was against the lialeigh & Gas ton road. The judgment was in its favor, and declared that by its charter it en joyed au absolute immunity from all taxes, except a comparatively small sum. However, both the Raleigh & Gaston and Seaboard & Roanoke rtads have surren dered their exemptions absolutely, and their property is no'.v subject to taxation as is that of all other citizens of the State. We consider this one of the most im portant events that has transpired in year?. The contract which the State made in the early days of rail roads, exempting a number of them from taxation, has caused much friction and trouble. The legislature has for years been attempting to devise some means by which these exemptions could be avoided. tnong the many wise things which have marked Gov. Holt's administration, this settlement is the most important, for it marks an era after which these cor porate exemptions from taxation must cease, as per judgments elsewhere pub lished. Both the Governor and the officials of the railroads are to be congratu their wis:: and patriotic - ... T-fc J t course, in tins matter ine lioaru oi County Commissioners for Wake county by placii g the Raleigh and Gaston rail REPUBLICAN HEADQUARTERS. In a recent issue the Voice, national organ of the prohibition party, takes oc casion to review a chapter of republican campaigning. James S. Clarkson.of Iowa, was not long ago elected president of the national league of republican clubs. This same Clarkson was the predecessor of Carter in the chairmanship of the repub lican national executive committee, and now has a desk at republican headquar ters. The Voice charges first, that in 1884 this worthy attempted through J. F. Legate to bribe John P. S. St. John, the prohibition candidate for president, in the sum of $23,000 to deliver the pro hibition votes to the republicans. The scheme did not succeed, but Legate was rewarded with a fat office by Harrison. "Clarkson's next distinguished at tempt to serve the republican party by criminal means was his hiring a thief during the Harrison campaign of 1888 to steal the mailing list of the Voice, and afterward receiving the stolen property for use of the republican national com mittee of which he was vice-chairman, his immediate superior being "Matt" Quay, the distinguished Pennsylvania embezzler. In this criminal operation Mr. Clarkson also had the advice and aid of Colonel "Blocks of-five" Dudley, then treasurer of the committee. Full documentary evidence of this crime of Clarkson's was printed in the Voice of Jan. 10, 1889." Carter, the present chairman, was placed at republican headquarters to give the machine a veneer of rugged honesty, but Clarkson, Quay & Co. work the same old infamous schemes behind the innocent figure of the pious and truly good Montana saint. A Had Look. Sdringfleld (Alass.) Republican. It is a little remarkable that about all the "secret" political circulars which at tract attention, when published, have re publican sources. It is probable that democratic committees make use of the confidential circular; yet are we to infer that the democratic managers are more virtuous politically than their opponents? The republican State committee in Kan sas have just issued a circular which al most rivals Dudley's notorious blocks-of five letter. The second instruction is as follows : "The precinct organizer will subdivide his precinct into not more than 20 voters and place a good reliable republican in charge to look after said voters from now until after the polls close. This ap pointee's instructions must be kept ab30 lutelv secret. This is imperative. In case no suitable republican can be found in a precinct, select one outside to act. These instructions are for your eyes only, and you are not to show them to any one, or to leave them in a place where they are liable to be seen by others.' What causes- suspicion to be directed towards such circulars is their emphasis upon the necessity for secrecy. This has a bad look always. A generous hospitality, which is one of the most prominent of our national characteristics, prompts us to welcome the worthy and industrious of all lands to homes and citizenship RoRoSlolpafS Our bright array of serviceable, seasonable, and elegant NEW GOODS is simply grand. We keep the BEST GRADES and QUA I ITIES in variety and assortment that assures to all buyers absolute certainty in, getting JUST what they want. NO GROUND FOR DISCUSSION, Come in and see our seasonable and COMPLETE assortment. YOUR needs have b"een studied. YOUR wants have been understood, and now we are waiting to please you perfectly with the BEST and most se. vice able goods you ban find ANYWHEKE. -YOUR TRADE IS VALUABLE. WE WANT IT. . Our Hat Department is complete, Latest Styles nnd Hhape s, Call and see us. CROSS .& LINEHAN, Clothttrs and Hatters, 210 Fayetteville St. TICHIOND & DANYILLK fc-AiL 1, ROAD COMPANY. F. W. Huidckoper and Haubea Fcsti Receivers. Conden Schedule In Euct Au SS, lr2. TRAINS LEAVE KALElGH, X. C : f DAILY for TVarham. OxJord Henderson, Buffalo 1,1 tM Surimrs. (ireeusloro. V mston- Salem.SaliyburVjWes'ern North Carclma P.-iata. Charlotte. Col umbia, Augusta, Charleston, Savaunah. all Florida Points, Atlanta, Bmrineham. Mem nhis. Ntw Orleans and all TKrinta Foith and Southwest Danville Richmond, Lynchburg 1 : . 4 all n wuuiiciuu nun oil North. Throneh Pullman "deep ing car rta;exn iu Mirvmc uu 1 train leaviai? at 6.15 p. m. 6.00 P. M. 7.C0 A.M. Mlaniic S , TimTau.v 1.5 P. M. Daily. 8.45 A. M. Ex Sun. r I For Go'.dsboro Fayettfvillfe, Mmlngton. .Morenea i.ny Newbern and all points iu East ern North Carol. na- For Goldsboro, Wilson, Tarboro and all Eastern Carolina points. 51 ZAST. AR LV. p.m. p.m. 3? 3 51 3 V, 4 on 4t4 4 5J1 41 4 35 4 4't 5.J 5 05 515 ?. ly 5 : 5 31 5 3", 5 41 5 4' Ol f.. 3'. . K ) U ft ii !' .. ; 7 13 7 .. 7 iU 7 24 7-..N ; v 7;N 7 45 7 4. V -V 7 53 - f. . .rxv-. -- K :". B cna tpKt ME. Book to among us. mi the tax list, and raisins the mfinv pietins before Judge uonnor, ana upon Winston sentinel: , . . . . . i , l 1 t i. .. r urt -r l. - . m anneal to tae DUpreme court, was laiciy i uraj; uciuic mo wcic ncic iw ;alvnm,.ntui in rinrrina-ahonr the settle- younr men in Asneviue men only a , , ,x, , small mountain village. They were both luc.ii,, ' , -r- i,r;i ant Trnnnrr men ftn1 n mnat in the Hoard great credit is one. variablv omiosino- counsel in the law ..... I J II The board was represented by Mr. Aim suits which were tried in the little capi stead Jones through all this litiga tion to which it was a party, a'.d, by Lis judicious counsel and ability, it has brought about a settlement alive honorable to all concerned. The counsel engaged on behalf of the State in the case of the S. & R. R comnauv were Messrs. Uusbea and Bus- tal of Buncombe county. A gray headed old gentleman told the writer of this that upon one occasion he was taking a mountain trip and while in the village of Asheville he saw a crowd rushing into the court house, as if very much excited. "What's the matter?'' asked the gentle man, as he joined the crowd. "Two young lawyers trying to fight," was the reply. "Who are they f "One is named This hospitable sentiment is not violated however, by careful and rea sonable regulations for the protection of public health, nor does it justify the reception of emmigrants who have no appreciation of our institutions, and whose presence among us is a menace to peace and good order: Grover Cleveland's Letter of Acceptance. AN AITI JIN IDYL. Oh, for a touch of a jack-pot hand; Oh, for a giimpse of.a promised laud; Oh, for a tune from the (liltuore Hand, A plunge in the surf and a roll iu the saud. Oh, for a. touch of that vanished hand; Oh, for those -'tips irom the Vug grand slant!, Owe for your hoard and owe for your clothe-. That's what happens wliea "everything goes." Written in the Hand at Coney Inland. THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, O F KENTUCKY, Charles D. Jacoh, President. Win. W. Morris, Secretary. E8TABLIH li V. D IX 1 8 ( G Is not the biggest or best but 'be equal of any company in America. Writes all forms of ltgitimate Insurance., and the contract is the simplest and most comprehensive ever issued. Live solicitors are wanted in ery county in the State, to whom most libera' contracts will be awarded. ' Address, W. m. State Agent, sep213m P. O. Box 187. RAIiESGU N. C. ''-'Tel . 1 EAST. H AH. am 1 The two young men, Zebulon B. Vance and Augustus S. Merrimon, were thus bee and Mr. Armstead Jones; Hon. Legh Vance and the other they call Merrimon," i? Wo,. KoTn,r i-Vio rrunr.ro! rmtncpl for 1 aa the answer. the Seaboard Air Line, and Mr. John Dwveteux, Jr., counsel for . iV K. li. eary ja their careers rivals honorable company, and Mai ,Tno. W. Hinsdale, rivals. In their more mature manhood unf! f.,r the li ,t U. li. These cases it was the same. The people delighted , , , j j I to honor them both with high positions were thoroughly prepared, argued and I - , . , ,.r . " " ' ill01 HI1U w minor mem continuously. cousiderea, as me names oi me aoie Merrimon became a United States counsel would readily indicate. Con- J Senator and is now Chief Justie of LT.itulntious are now in order. What the Supreme court of the State, and V ance became Governor and is now United States Senator. North Carolina 1 j n " 1 1 r - 1 c 1 THF COALITION'. uas uoue tut sue coutu ior mem one Tue Baltimore Sun publishes what Qas " not m ner power to advance eitner Secretary Foster recently said iu regard tied that 8he khiAed the best maierial in to the object and purpose of the third manhood she had for these offices. They party in the Sutith, considered from a have reflected credit on their native State republican standpoint. Let democrats ua ne.r Ia.rae tcrougn mem nas spreaa l . :u i r..u lal uu v,iuc. r-au uu. wc.u evvry uru itmi.j. Rut the sturdv oak cannot, stanrl b- o words are strong enough to charac- fore the violence of every storm. Time teri.e the leaders in this conspiracy to I and constant service has almost conquer enable the negro to rule iu the South e1 an(i EOW these two silver-haired sons r, - , , ... oi me people are stricKen witn disease. c boto almost simultaneously. TheStates- tO hlich means being made effective ? I man has for somn monthR nt Wn aPPlr. This is what the Sun says: ing for renewed health among the invi- "The secretary sees some very gor, orating breezes of the sea or the balm T A .M tl A N V I' U A I K l. The New York Timt is now much concerned about th; possibility of the county democracy nominating a ticket iu New York. It correctly bUtes that such a move woull operate to Mr. Cleve land's detriment. It further says that Tammany Hall will not prove treacher ous to Mr. Cleveland, but that the good faith of the coimty democracy may be doubted should it, under the circum stances, nominate a ticket. It is somewhat refreshing to hear the Times speak thus of Taaimany. Doubtless Tammany has sometimes been forced to "turn a corner'' iu order to checkmate republican rascality, but it has stood as a political breakwater avrainst tho domi nation of New York State by the repub lican party. It was loyal to Mr. Cleve land four years ago. It will prove loyal to him on the 8th of November next. But whatever may happen in New York, we hope the democracy of the country will so nerve itself for the final charge upon the enemy as to prove to the country thc.t the election of a democratic President if not dependent on the vote of auy one State. Although defeated for the Presidency four years ago, Mr. Cleveland's popular majority over Mr. Harrison was in-arly a hundred thousand, and two years ago democratic principles were ratified at the polls by a popular majority of neatly one million. Such indications of the drift of public sentiment prove that democratic princi ples are firmly embedded in the convic tions of American voters, and it is in cumbent upon thm to demonstrate that the success of these prnicipies cannot be defeated or retard ;d by ihj machinery of an electoral coiL-g. Let the popular majority be so decided for Mr Cleveland as to insure his election bv as decided a majority in the electoral colleges. Tue Keely cure for drunkards is thus referred to, editorially, by the Spring field litpuhlimi: me spread of the Keeley cure for drunkards is the most remarkable phase t .1,,. l. . r ' " wiujjciuih;c inoverni nt yet toon. Besides the parent institution at I) vi"ht in., mere are now established in the United States eignty-four brandies. The number of persons tiueharg.jd as "cured" each month averages l,ttw.tn 4of)o r,l 5000, and many of the branches have only just been established at that. When I. .. I ..ill ujcjr imve au ueeii set iu motion it is staled that the graduates must number not less than ,10,000. Dr. Keely should keep the records also of what proportion of his cures are permanent." We have in this office a young man who was cured of the habit of drinking. He was a "solid drinker" for a long time, but tells us that he never experi ences any desire whatever to drink now. Thk Birmingham. lye Ikrabl says that "General Weaver waa not the first man to smell decayed hen fruit in the Geor gia campaign." The Springfield lityuh lican adds that TVeaver recieved every assurance of pr -tectum while in Georgia and that his efl ,. t, to pose as a martyr is but evidence of Lis cowardice. ge-'us rainluws in the Southern skies, and he expects electoral votes for Har rison and Reid in States that are usually considered unalterably in the demo cratic column. According to his proph ecies the solid South is a thing of the past. He said Virginia was a republi can State, and though the republicans might not carry it, there was no assu rance that Mr. Cleveland would. He has great faith in the third party move ment throughout the entire South as an ally of the republicans, and does not make any secret of the intention of the republicans to work the third party for alt there is in it in all the States where it is at all powerful. He says all through the South third party men are to be ap pointed deputy marshals and supervisors of elections and are to have complete charge of the election machinery so far as it is in the hands of the federal au thorities. He thinks the result will be hat the combined republican and third party vote will exceed the democratic vote iu a number of States now confi If ntly counted in the democratic col umn." And the political complexion of the deputy marshals and supervisors of elec tions, up to this date, appointed in this State confirm w hat Secretary Foster says. Democrats have bren made to give place to republicans and third partyites thus lerfecting, step by step, the republican plan. And s-me of our people, those who live among us aid who ought to be with us, have, Arnold like, gone over to the common enemy to the liberty of the white man in the South and to Southern interest. l ii'-re nave been too many among us who "bear the shnps of men" but have the "souls of geese." The time has come to m ke the enemy feel that we know him, and that he cau no longer de ceive. Handy for travelers is Simmons Liver Regulator in powdt-r. It can be carried in the pocket. How's Your Liver? Is the Oriental salutation, knowing that good health cannot exist without a healthy Liver. "When the Liver is torpid the Bov els are sluggish and con stipated, the food lie3 in the stomach undi gested, poisoning the blood; frequent headache ensues; a feeling of lassi tude, despondency and nervousness indicate how the whole system is de ranged. Simmons Liver Regulator has heen the means of restoring more people to health and lappiness by giving them a healthy Liver than any agency lcnown on earth. It acts "vrith extraor dinary power and efficacy. Rf.v. R. O. Wilder, Princeton, N. J., says : ' I n:i.l nothing helps so mm:h to Veep inc in working condition us Simmons Livtr Kculatur." See that you (jet the Oenuiitr, ith red 21 on fr"nt of wrapper. PKKl'AKEU CiNLY BV 0. U. ZiillJN & CO., I'liiltwleliir., 1 a. augl-eod&w-ly IK, Hr&R, S, TUCKER & CO. New Discovery ? Accident In con pouiidiug a KolaUcn a pare wps ace'dently spilled on the hanu and on washing after" ard It was iiscovf-rerl that the hair yva complete! v removed. We at once put this wonderful preparation on the market, and so prer.t bas been the demand that ve ate now introducing it throughout the world under the Mii-eof Queen's Auf i-Ilairiue, TT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND BO SIMPLE ANY CP ELD CAS USE TT. Lay the hair over and apply the mixture, for a few 171 lit P frfl the hair iisf)Tmpirs naif rvc nmtHn w It hout the sllhtem pair; or n w y when applied or ever afterward It is uvjlik" ry anno For Durham, Oxford. Hender son. Clarkbville. Buffalo L'.thia 8.15 I Springs, Keysvi le. HnrkevUle. P. I I. J Richmond, W est Point, Ham Daily. 1 more and all point north via YorRKiver ine.carries luroucu PnLman sleeper between Hal elfin and Kichmond. TRAINS ARRIVK AT RALMGH: 1.10. P. M Dailv. 2.00 A. M. Daily. 10.40. A. M. Daily. 5.45 P. M. Daly u.3o P.M. Ex Sun, PASSENGERS LEAVlX.i RALEIGH at 7 oo a. in, makes close connec tion at Greenstioro for all points North ami .outh, abo for all Western North, Carolina point, arriving in At-lievillo 5.5Sp. m., Lenoir 3.50 p. m , in ample time to fctasre to Blowing Rock, 20 miles difctant for supper. Doubie daily trains between Raleigh, Unaiictte, Augusta ana Atlanta. E. BWRFLEY, W. A. TURK. Superintendent, Gen Pas Act., Itichmond, Va. Wahineton,DC. W. H. GliLEN, 8. H. HAUL1 WICK, tier er&l M onager. cmt Ucn l'a.t & gt W& bins ton. D.C Alnut&. Oa. feOL. HA Ad, Traffic Manager, Vhiu?to:i, Froru Greensboro and all i-oints North and South. From li-chmond via Kejsvlll and Durham. From Golctboro IX. a.rn. fiiO 7 0. 2o 7 30 S4 ;xt 8 11 S30 9 51 S55 P) 15 10 (ul 1131 10 :v, !1 00 lli'j 12 17 12 41 3 15 3 0o 3 37 .i4i 4 4S 3 M 4 OS 4 1) 5 37 4 42 5 5- 4 55 5 ill 5 01 .V6 5 21 5 ' 5 lis n . Til. ji.cM.vucvn urom.i n URr puj I'USV J IIOUSHDUS Ot liAUlfyti WHO hftVe Oeel fed with hair or theu FACE. NECK and ARMS arte its mprite GENTLEMEN who do n- t appreck-.tf a beard or hair on their neck, find a r.r5rV boon in QUSEN'is ANTT-H ATKINE which does away with SVavine. by reuderine its future growth an utter trnpoibility. Price of Quetn's Antl-Hairiue V rtr bottle, isentin safety mailing bcxe- poitasre j aid bv ns it-e cure! v pealrd from observatior) end money or stamp by letter with full address writte'r. plainlv. Corretip'.ndence strictly confidential. This aovertipe inent is honest ard sna'gftforward in every every wuw u vouihiuh. w e muw j ou to oeai Witn us f.nd von wl I Hurt cvtrrt ,lno Wilmington &Weld K.U. and lsraiieHHA. f 'oucpiieed ScfceJnl Dted August 7 :' TUAINS GOING SOUTU. No. 23. No Ti. 41 Daily. FaatMail.r-ttT -J Daily. S"aa. . 12 Si pro 5 43 or. f. - 0 .b . 1 pm 6 3C pui " '.v -: . .: l.-i pm :2 5Spm 6 00put . 2 la pra 7 00 pzl 1 1G i . 2SCpm . S 25 pm . 5 20 om . 3 15 pm 7 40 pa H 50 i . 4 14 pra ! :10 p ... 4 27pm 340pn' P44t Lv V.'elrtv. .... irRockv Sit... r Tarix ro Lv Tarboro Ar WUbou L7 Wilaoi: Ar Helma Ar Favet'eville. Lv Goldeboro.. Lv Wareaw LvTTa?uolia. as represented tut tbi ont ard seo' toHtv. Addrtrs OFFFV CHP'VTP At. f i 174 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. You chu rej-ister yottr letter at anv Postofficeto insure its safe delivery. e wili pay .Vio for auy ca.se of failure or sfiehte.ct injury o auy purcnaser iivt ry notue snruaniee.' ighte.ct injury nPFP.IAI To x,is" ladies who iutrwlnce and ll their friends 25 Bottles oJQneen'e ui iuiwi. AnH Heiiine, we will present with a SILK DRESS. 15 vard shft Pilt cxtra iarge rsottlcs and tamples of si's to select from sent wlthorder Goftl salary pU7-ly. Klic-Tcs all soreness of the niri mpmhnn.im1 cures GON'OKRHCEA indGLEET in i toslays. No ? oUier txeatuif-nt necessary. Nee causes stricture r- leavs any ,..jurious aftei eileets. 1'ritc, Ji. Sold ELOCD BALM GO., Pro's, Afluta. (?. .-..JW1; -- l-l'.l,! -. .. .. Kir-- - - .... ...N-w ,.. . t Tort - ....n:ov: v.'i:.:v.-..; At..-i- . Mircb :,! , - vi :.vc ; Train : w I. Weldon'S raib.tMi ;!. . 1kto 1 ' :5o a n. as ! v. i:ie Train W-., , m. I ri'tt 5" t".:i , -i a - ville Tratti. atr: and uith Wil-, from he Nor b j-.i itIou. Kr U-Jtrn a for Irsdl .il and Vli jou wkii' iply tr.y a ir e ! e -,iven. reu, vi ?r with U -cnriM, Kif.c Ox s ai hone it.e only ' rh.:e Kfrr i prej-cr.t is rei-itn'i - me fo-Ti ie t-'.iti :y -1 Veii A hi.H-a. tiwHV. Ix) T! a: Z co!in.-i t- w Wei on lhi-. i-h y Goldsboro nt -..". i 'i Through Kteijrht !r at. 5: i p m. RALEIGH .:; i:.s in efit rt Snrf1!.-, - TaA.I5t !6i.V'- l lo.io:ri o O . w ui.riu 't'm.... j alt 11 iiit": r. j en-e . . Wjatt : toree'vi if- ' ! WhUe i i-trt. j -Yoan?ivi-it- ' : 5ittTei: .. , fleuder-.n.. Ore ftotie Mlddlebrrr 51aniiTi H,dzfy . Wmrreii lv.-.;. Mivnr " i V'tthn 7 . L.tfe-f.i' : Hu-' c it Ar v.fc'doi : ma ijists. t'p ladeu breath of his native hilis And lately the distressing news .was flashed over the length and breadth of the State that the Jurist was stricken down and his household summoned to his bedside. Of a verity it may be said of these men, they are "the full corn in the ear,'' but it is the prayer of every patriotic North Carolinian that the day of the harvest may be far distant when they shall be called hence to give account of their well spent lives. We Will Uovrru It. Senator Kiiusom. , My countrymen, I see a dark cloud looming upon the horizon. It is the shad ow of negro rule. Are you willing to raise up your beautiful daughters under that black cloud? There is one crime which is increasing in frequency more and more. A fearful, a hideous crime. Its victims suffer a fate worse than death. Ninety nine times out of h httn dred it is a negro who commits this crime and some poor white woman, or school girl, or even an infant may be its victim. It is the blackest stain upon the negro race. In every instance the South ern white men have defended their homes and have avenged the outrage on their wives, sisters and children. Lately a great conven tion was held in a Northern rit.y this question was brought up. Would you OUT StOCK is in sllSDe. atld not have thought that they would have nnr onerntincr flprrtmnt advised the negroes to cense from this I V Opeiaiing department horrible crime ? But instead of that they rebuked the S -uthern white people, and called them savages and barbariaus. The white people are the best friends of the black race. When we were poor and poverty-stricken one of the first acts P'idsed by the Legislature when the whites regained control was a bill to educate netrro children, with money paid by whiie roen into the fttafe Treas ury, but they must understand that we will defend our homes, our wives and our daughters. - They must uudersUml that this is our country. We won it. We established it. And we will govern it. ' sT DR. R. LAP0INTE.1 Veterinary Surgeon and IDontisit . Graduate of the Montreal Veterinary Will treat all Good advice to our friends and customers, and to college. house-keepers generaliv. In less than four weeks Diseases of Domestic Anirrrl irom nowsWill be the Mate Fair, and the Raleigh Cen tennial, both great events, and will bring many people to our city. If you intend buying a carpet or other wise fixing up for the occa sion, do so at once while Castrations of fine colts and stations, ridylings and ruptured horses. (Ten years experience.) Office at J. B Blake's Livery Stables, No. IU East Morgan s.ret. Raleigh, N. C. All right calls pionjptiv attended to. sep 4 (tw. '-Ai'i: FICAJ-i ,- k'.4lK!.N V.U LFI KA1L'(VAY rOMPAK . OONDE2S8KD BCKEPrr.F i r-fc-t S Dternber If. l'i OI-TH No. 1. MIN 11NE. NCBTH BoVKD. Daily. o. 2. A r Wilmington... 6 00 pra 9.55 pm I125r TSAJNS GOIKG NOBTH No. 14. No. 78. Cly ei UMiy. u&ilv. sund Lv Wilmington 12 S5 am 9 15 am 4 20 prr Lt Magnoha. 1 bi am 10 57 am 6 02 r-n Lv Warsaw 11 11 am 6 15 pc Ar Goldsboro ... 2 55 am 12 05 ora 7 10 pt Lv Fayetteville 9Sokia LvSebni 11 o5 am ..... . Ar Wilson . ... 12 30 pa . . . Lv Wilson 8 85 inr. 12 5S pm e4 Ar B'y Mcrmt 4 C3 am l 30 pm 39 y r- Vr Tarboro 6 30 am 2 18 t-p Lv Tarboro 12 5 vm . ... Ar Wei don 5 15 am 2 IT. pm ic (!ru Daily except Sundav Trains on Scotland Neck Brand Road leave Wei don 4:00 p m. Halifax 4:20 pm: arrive Scotland Neck t 5:1? p m. Green ville 6:52 p m; Kinaton S:00 p m. Rettru!n leaves Kint?ton 7:1C a m, (ireenvilie :2r.m. Arriving Halifax at 11:00 a m, Weldoi 11:25 a m. daiK except Sunday. Trains on Vash:ngton Hranch leave Washington 7 00 a m, arrive A. & R Junc tion 8 4o a m., returning 'leave A A R Junction 7.10 p m., arrives v ashicgron 8 45 I'm. D'dly except Sunday. Connects with trains on Albemarle ana Raleigh R. li., and Scotland Keck Branch. Train leevea Tarboro. N. C. via Albe- maTie te Kcleigh K. K., daily, except Sun UOPpin .nrrr-p 'Vjini iitou, l eave 5 00 am 74vir. Leave taMtt vil'e, Arrive 80am 20ptuArifve Fif e levd'e. Leave 827 ani Upit Ltive Sntrd, " 9 8 an. dav. 1:40 D m.. Sundav 3:00 D m: arrivr .jiLuai, . am wuuamsion. j. it. V:'J3 B m. 4JO n m. oOp " Greensoc ro. Arrive 12 15 um Plvmnr-th 8-30 n m. S-2P t m RrT-i.1nc- 'fpin Arrive Ore-rubcro, Leave Yi 25 pm heaves Plymouth dailv. excent Snndav. m I . . C . 1 Tl-i.J Ol.l 44 1 . ..... I - . - - ........ . ' w1 J v v ttiwijui. , 7. vi o m u.Sw o m A iTirincr Tor. n.-ito i-.u 1 noTO 1,1-4. n. tti 1 1 -v;i o tti IN .V J unci vH.mul 1 Tr n Snnthom TV T-t ti'Jl, 1 r2pm Ar.tvt, cove L avo 233pm hmd Fattvlll Rrar.rh Uv' Vtr. ' f" i vujt oiiiu . m.. arrive ki w mnn t- n m 2 W om 22pm Leave 120iL.'n l .ve Uural Hall Mt Airy, rrive 4 25 pm lVv-n ))ai y. No 3. litWET STIllE DlViflON. 1-OCND. I. any. No;:th yy to get the best value for your money. Dailv ex w. L.. l)ouelni iSh.ies, which represent the i a aHy ! -'o !5. Rernrning leave Rowland 7.35 a. m. ar rive Fayetteville 9.0 a. m. Daily except Sunday. Train on MLlland. N. C, Branch leaves Goldsboro, N. C, daily, except Sunday, 6:00 am, arrive Smithfield,N C, 7:30 a in! Returning leaves SmltV field, N.C., S:00a n; arrive vroiosooro c, y;30 a m. .o:r, ,:m Arrive- Eetit.Btwville. iB.vf. .i40m Train on Naehille Branch leavc-t Rockv 9 22 ym " Max. on. " P30am Mount at 6:40 p m, arrives at Nashville 8 52 pro ' Bed Sp-ings, 7 02 am i 7 :15 P m Spring Hope 7 40 p m. Return 8;fi')m " Here Mi ls. 73 m Ine leaves Sprlne Hone 8:00 a m. Na;hvi:l 7 'ftp..- Leave a' ettevhle , Arrive 80-JaGi 8;35 am; arrive Rocky Mouut t;15 a m. aaiiy, excep' fennday. V Wtold.-m Bolhi r '2-- Gaston "i .. Mn mit 4 i'tleton .. . Vanjthan . . . 1 Macot. . Warrep F-i-i.". . ' Bjdg-wy Mapnori . . . . Middlebcrg , -.. Oreyetupe. . : Jloti'Jersxn KIttrtJl , rrantlirtori YotiEjjville ' 'Vake Former Fore-stville Wyatt i Netiise Br -jo : Johnson Street 1 .-. Ar Uib;gh i LOUi.iIUi .;. Leavf LomeLr.rv .! at.- - 9:55 a m. Arrive at 1':... - : m. and 9.20 a Leavee Tti. 'wii-i ' u 12K)5 p n: Arrtvea at lsz. -',z. in 11:0 ttr. Noe. 3 ti3 -5") t'-i'--Gaatcn railrMKir- ih r dav. L. T. M : c.v. -J-f ... RAL B ALEIOM AV f- K. Id fcCc: Sn. :sy, K lV- ' r' Editok Holloinon has blossomed out into an orator. He made an unterrified iemocratic M..-ech at the Kernersville democratic club last night. They say he stirred much enthusiasm. Wintton Sen tinel Out Mr. II llomon not only made a good speech at Kernersville, but he won the hand of one of Kernersville's fairest daughters, of which he is worthy. A iiierieaim In Kuropc. The IMcuyune: The exodus of Americans to Europe for the present year beats all previous records The European edition of the New York Herald figures the number of American? in Europe during August ainouuted to 150,000, and that during the four months from April 1 they spent about $70,000,000. It is said that the fashionable tailors, milliners andcostum ers in our great cities are seriouslv alarmed at the prospects for their fall trade, as all these people come home with heavy stocks of clothing on hand, ana that is tne way protection works. Most of these tourists owe their wealth to the tariff, and they spend it abroad, where the tariff has not put np the prices, leaving their employes to bear the bur dens of the tariff exactions. Tariff reform is still our purpose. Though we oppose the theory that tariff laws may be passed having for their object the granting of discri minating and unfair Governmental aid to private ventures, we wage no exterminating war against any Amer ican interest Grover Cleveland's Let ter of Acceptance. 00 $2.50 $2.00 ':75 Before and After JHcKiiiley . New York U raid. The M-'Kiuley law was passed Oct 1 1890 The Ho use which passed it wns chosen by the people of 1888. The first opportunity the people had to pass judgment upon it at the polls was in No vember, 1891) The law was then the theme of popular discussion everywhere and had been for months before. The voice of the polls is the verdict of the people on the action of their representa tives. Before the MaKinley law was passed the party of protection scored a plural ly ot -40,000 in iuicnigan, S52,uuu in Illinois, 31.000 in Iowa, 27,000 in Nebraska and 21,000 is Wisconsin. After it was passed these States went Democratic by plurali ties ranging from 1,200 to 28,000. .Before it was passed the republican pluralty in Kansas was 80,000 and in Minnessota 38.000. After it was passed the plurality in the former State was 9,000 and in the latter les than 3,000. Before it was passed Massachusetts gave Harrison 30,000 plurality. After it was passed the State elected a democrat ic Governoi by 9,000 plurality. In line with the results are "the re-election of Gov. Boies in Iowa and Gov. Russell in Massachusetts and the great plurality of Gov. Fowler in this State last year to say nothing of the republi can losses at the recent elections in Maine and Vermont. The farmer is learning that the prices of hia products are fixed in foreign markets, where he suffers from a competition invited and built up by the protective sy stem he is asked to support Gcover Cleveland's Letter of Acceptance. aas time to make up the Jftfi tfsot rice asked, a thousands goods. We can do this work oetter now than three weeks later; everybody will be in a rush then and we cannot give 3Tou that care ful attention it is always our desire to give. Uotiot put off your selection until the last week or day, but make them at once. We can cut and lay them away when -you wish, W. R. S. Tucker & Co., 123 and 125 Fay ett wide St. jory ksd Madias HuASCHfr. 3,000 CHICKENS WAHTEO THIS WEEK. I have son-e good orders for chickens and can sell bII the O O O D ONES You can send me at good prices. SHIP 'i Ji i 31 AT ONCE. A BIG LOT OF IRISH POTATOES AND New River Mullets, Now in store going cheap by the barrel. For Further particulars write to D. T. Johnson. (AGENT.) Wholesale Coa mission Merchant. 8AXEIQH, K. C. 6-a-d&W-ly ? soo-a 4.00Ll A $3.50 m 1 &9 n FOR SUtft I . a HorrH Dai-vex i '!' 2 connects at fc.ilord wi h Sea- i ' oyd A:r Liny for Ra'eich, Norfclk andr.lt jp in's nor:h afd east, &o'. at 'vinnt Ccve j ith v, v.jrtoiti ud WeHtern . il. fnr Kii, j BW -?a!eii-.. tlonk9 nnd all poiut n.wtb and I ws't ot i'oacokti wa'o. 'co jitaat Wakut Cove wih N..:f'.lU nnd tVertem jr Winstev a t-ni. I; i-r okh :. i a I i . intsro'tb ai.d t f t Re-re,'-- and atMnn'or 1 with .xh..rri a,i.. Lint tor M.-ntoe, Thatlote, then Atiatita - and a-i ;-j-r:t Mouth and South weet W. L. Douglas, Brockton, Mass. Sold by U,r-Lme ,ra north audfomh for KTtA nd n ftortulk & Weetern t.aina north acd w;si ironi noanoKe. Train on Clinton BnuichleaTeaWn'ssw for Clinton daily, except Sunday nt ".:-o p m and 11:15 a m. fttturninp leaver Clinton at 8:2c a m and 3:10 p in connect lug p-i Warsaw with Nos. 1. 3;i avd 7S Southlxiund lYain ,n Wilsor. -.: Kav ectfville Brarich is Ko. 5.. 2 on 1 bound Is No. W Dflil5. exce i .-'lit lay. TrainsNo. U7?touTh. atd 14 rt wili etop only at Kooky Mornt, vVii .i . Golds boro and Magnolia. Train No. 78 makes close ccniiection at Weldou for ell points north daily, all rail via Kichmond. and daily exeenf Sundnv ':'( am rrivH Or- eufb ro, Ive 355pm j Bay Une. ako a Kockv .Mount daily 7 T im I,e!. v HokefdnlK. ' XCDt Sundav. With Norfolk And f'nrnHr.a 0 am ; ea e Mxdison. Arrive ri:rmm Railroad for Norfolk and all noinrs via ui J.U1K-. r3rpm -v iT5 pro Lfc VT lOtipm Htnwr, Lavo 71ram T'.limx. " Oiani GrecMsl-oro, Arrive IS'JHm No. li No. 1. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE centPemen, THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. OTHER SPECIALTIES In footwear are of tne same high grade, and represent a money value far beyond the prices charged. See that nam and t-.n-o tb Mauiueu on oonom or earn shoe. , 'TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. JOHN K. II VISE. Gec'l ScDt. J. It. KENLY. Oenl Mtn. T. M. EMERSON. Traffic Manager 78ario!k!nBst2rnR SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY HELLEK BRCS., No. 134 Fayetteville StreU, Raleigh. V. and D. McCATJLEY, Chapel Hill, N. C M. S. CLARK RALEHJII, N. C. PafrerjtrerR from 'WilTninErTon kT-tu. Staxton. Kennetti-viUe atd til points south' otarford ill nrrive at ttaleigh at 1115 a m and have 5 hours in Kaleigh and reach home Bime day. a mole time is given passengers for break wl'nmt,vePer at F56ttevi-le' and dilner at W. E. KYLtE, Geu'l Passenger Aarert. K VIM I I II t ! I i , t j-r--i! STOP NOW tooTatV!8 IS PKEPAHED TO DO SLATE ROOFING In any portion of the State on short notice. Charges moderate. All work cuaranted. References given. Address for ptuticTJ lars. M. 8. CIARK, P. O. 132, Raleigh, N. C. AT KALElGH, N. C. Is now OTen for trip trpjitmpnr, of T.lrrn nr. Opium, Morphine or Tobacco Habit. Cure Guaranteed in three weeks unrest s nd Best. The Safest, PRICE & 00. Board and Room $5 Per Week. Tobacco Habit Cure only $5. N. B. BROCGHTON, President. Address. DR. J. H. BAKER. Physician In Charge. BEDAL GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. Schedule in ECect Jnly 17, 1892. DURHAM DIVLSION. Leave Durham. N. C, 7:00 a m and 2:.5 p m, daily. Arrive at. Lynchburg 1.05 pm and 7:30 p m, daily. All train?, Durham Division, arrive at and depart from 12th Street fetation, Lynch burjr, Va. WINSTON-vSALEM DIVISION. I Leave Wintton at 7:15 a nt and 1:50 p r.i. j daily. 1 Arrive at Roanoke 12:15 p m at.d 7:if p j m, daily. MAIN LINK WEST BOUND. leave Ltnchburg, dally. 5:-'0 p m. for Roanoke, Radford, Pnlrfki. Iiriptol Par lor Car to Roanoke Pullman Sleeper Irom Roanoke to .Memphis. 7.25 a m for Roanoke, Radford, Pulaski, Bristol; also for Bluelleld. Pucabontis, Elkhorn and stationn flinch Valley Divi sion; als for Louisville ami stations L. &N.R R via Norton. Pullman Sleeper Lynchbtirtr to Ixniisville via Norton. 2:5 p m, daily tor Roanoke and Interme diate stations- Has no connections beyond Roanoke. EAST BOUND LEAVE LYNCHBURG-DA1LT. &:15 a m for Richmond, Petersburg and Norfolk. . !i:5 Arrive Petersburg 4:15 a m. Arrive Richmond 7:4 1 a m; arrive Norfolk 7:00 a m. Pullman Palace Sleeper to Nor folk. Also Pnllmen Palace Sleeper between Lynchburg and Richmond 2:S5 p. m for Richmond. Peterbnr? and Norfolk; arrive Richmond 7:50 p. m. Nor folk, 9 20 p. m. Pullman Parlor Buffet Car to Norfolk. "Washington ad Ctatunooga Limit ed," a train of Pnilman coaches and sleep ing cars run da'.ly via ShenandoHh Val ley route, fctoppiug only at Lnrav, She nandoah, Basic, Roanoke and Radford. , . ALLKN HULL, w T""?. Act . Roanoke. Va. Lv l.aloih Osry Apex NewHili Kerry O'.U Monctire . Ogood Colon ttuntor Ixafiti SpniiB fV met'.a Vae jUii'y HouiL n Jiii-- - A'-trdw: ::ne htyier Huffman Al tJcaiiet Lv Karolct H"ff.na:i K. VrjC-f . . ri."t, biTjr . . Aberdo n .. v Hoat'n. !i.ic K Mntv " Va-B ; '.t'W-rjT .... Spring-. -:.'orl 0-.I-.M ' r'ood '- jl-uC'li. i' M TT-.-Vi 1 New nni Vi At ex 1' 0ry 10 Ar :?"h . . ... .11 Ar John won Strttt . 1 "1 FITTSIiO!;'.' '' avo l;rvtK.r. 3 l- ' ritt .roro p-H' i C. V7INDKK. Li. T. .-IYKKS. jYNCHBUKti !r Ji SHORT Liy- : Trains ietv. 1 '' i " No. '., a.-a. ( i No. f Mtl .-;n: - " No. 12, Mixe Arnve -it I m . No. 1, Van Ki No. 21 I. ! ' -. i No. 11, KiL No 1 f ii and D.i.- - . .' Son"- - :. tiC Hi. ' . ' N " ' : r- ' ' With .1'.; D.nri Chf conut-C.ior r.. --r Wth RichTi: iid l !' ' an 1 Ohio, an i N rtu'.' roodii, jc and frr Ea.t, West and .o itL The bort-.-t ar:d mi points North and Weft. Forlnformnt'on rr'r '' K. C- STANAiii'- PQKiNt a 5 ;ure ,LD u I, - m lit . 1 . 1. 1 t v y i. 1 I 15 .! int-:. e-V'.! Jy32tf " tixj, vt. 1. rs: j . ACT., Roanoke, Va. core's rheum1- Rale h N. C ?