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S. A. ASHE editor. The eulior win uot be rtxspuudioie lor j the opinions of correspondtnta. Correspondents of the Chronicle will please bear la mind that no communica tion will be published, except over tne author's real nam. Brief letters on cur rent toplca -ill always receive attention, and, If found available, will te ustd with the condition above named. WEDNESDAY, - - MAY - 3, 1893 Cai't. "Wiltse, who ran up tbe Uni ted States flag at Honolulu, did not 'on" survive its being hauled down on the cars was highly creditable when called on to render service at best unpleasant and perhaps dan gerous, the ranks of every company were fall, there being 98 per cent present for duty. At New Berne their behavior re flected credit on them as gentlemen and soldiers. We believe there was no case reported of disorder of any kind. This record i3 one of which the Guard may be proud, and we are nroud of it as North Carolinians. We were personally cognizant of their fine beaiiner in the cars en route, when strict rules are some what relaxed. Their deportment THE WORLD AT CHICAGO. where Is Tfc Flag Now? Greensboro Becord. 1 he Greatness of Rome, the Surpassing At a great Whig Convfrfction Greatness of Amerlca-Proua Words which met at Raleigh, Octobe 5th, loiu, "ine procession was lotmed on Burke Square and marched to the Capitol preceded by Alexander Gattis, of Orange county, who proudly bore the flag under which our men fought at the -Battle of A CROWD OF ROUGHS AND 1 HIKVKS NKAR CHAPEL HILL. by Commissioner Blount. He com nanded the United States ship Bos on at Honolulu, but came heme efore Mr. Blount reached the fcland. He went to his home in New York city where he died sud- to them as gentlemen and soldiers. Indeed we have heard the Adjutant General himself say that he -was extremely gratified, and felt croud of the Guard for their general fine conduct. Mb Edward Atkinson has made a A or 1 r 1 u ht wpk. He waa a claps- mate of the writer, and was a kindly formal protest against the further frpntU-man. We rerret his death nivnient of the susrar bounty. He very much. declares that there will be a pro- The new from Cuba that an in- c-eeuiL ueiuI t ar,tMir. n in t-.rnarPfiH t.herfl mav to btaia &n "junction BgaiUSt SUCH - - i--o J , . , , uncon- be unfounded, but the time is prob- payments which, he says, are .., i.-.i.i n I stituuonai. ume ban3 will tisacrt their indeptndf:nce in Bufikient Eiiinbf rsiomake atleaet a great commotion. Of late, hov- ever, it is said that Spiri prop tbee to ,ive the "Ever Faithful Isle" the benefit, cf Lome rule, and if this in tention ' carried into fHeC, the connection with Spain may ccntiLus indefinite lv. Lately there has been an epi demic of failures among tbe great Colcni.il l-i'-ka of Great Britain. The latent to go under i3 the Bank of Australasia, wnioh had 150 brand es. Since Aptil 10th, more than thirty millions of dollars of deposits were withdrawn, and it had to succumb. It had deposits footing up $15,000,OUO. The finan cial panic in Australia i3 so im mense that the government is seek ing means to palliate it. The first step waa to declare a five das holi day for the banks. was wnen cer- taiu Southern Democrats urged thut the payment of bounties to the Massachusetts fishermen was uncon stitutional. And ilr. Atkinson has only to revert to the arguments then used to make out his cie in this contention. The eugar bounty id a Don us donated to sugar growers to compensate them for the loss of the bonus which tee protective tariff afforded them Certainly the people have to pay it. It amounts to about ten millions of dollars, or if based on the quantity of sugar consumed, to about three dollars for an ordinary family. Besides we pay a tax on sugar, notwith standing the pretension that we get sugr free, ior it is only the raw sugar that comes in free, and theie is a considerable tax on sugar in the form in which it is u&ed. All these matters will come up next September. Of the President. Communicated. Washington, B.C., Way 2 The world was at Chicago yesterday. The strength of Europe, the splen dor of Aia, the wealth and chiv alry of two continents are represen ted at the metropolis of the West on American soil. The old world comes with its industrial trophies to place them on exhibition by the side of the peaceful triumphs of the new. No age has ever witnessed such a spectacle. In the evidences cf enlightened progress, of a higher civilization, in granduer and magnificence, the 1 exhibition at Chicasro dwarfs all sim- ilar exhibitions lAiown to his tory. The world is at peace, and the victory is being celebrated on the sod of the country whose ms i- tutiona have been most potential for peace. These reflections warm the Amer ican heart with a new patriotism. And standing on the dome of the Capitol here, almost within sight of Mount Vernon, with Arlington in Guilford Court House, and which showed the maik of a British bul let." These facts were discovered by Mr. John B. Neathery, of Raleigh, who found the ascount of tbi3 meeting in the Raleigh Register of that day. The Orange County Militia were under General Butler on the south side of the New Garden road, their right resting on it. They faced Leslie's English brigade. Tne extract quoted above from the Raleigh Register is impor tant in its bearing on the his tory of the battle of Guilford Court House. 1. This flag was not abandoned or thrown down, but was carried off in safety. This disproves the statement of CoL Lee that the North Carolina militia "fled, throwing their arms, D1NJKL VVKUsTKR'S KALKlGH. VISIT TO We notice that the Progressive Farmer offers to reprint some of our old edi' orals if we will furnish them. Perhaps we will seme day have .leisure to test anew the sin cerity of our ccutemporary. The last occasion the editor of that paper offered to print something for us, when the time came, he flashed in the pan. As a starter, will our neighber re print the editorial in which we ex pressed a willingness to let the Farmers' Alliance try their sub treasury plan? We pause for a reply. What does the Progressive Farmer say? Forty-six Years Ago Today. Communicated. in response to an invitation ex tended him by Hon. William A. Graham, then filling hi3 first term as Governor of North Carolina, the great statesman and Senator of Ma3 sachusetts "the God-like Daniel", arrived in the city of Raleigh, May 1, 1817. He was accompanied by Mrs. Webster, and while here was the guest of Gov. Graham at the old Executive Mansion. On Sunday he attended services at Christ Church, and on Monday, May 3rd, held a levee at the Governor s Man sion, which was attended by almost the entire population of tha city. During the day the cadets of the old Lovejoy Academy (which stood on Burke Square where the new Governor's Mansion is located) ap peared in uniform with one of their number, T. D. Kingsbury (now edi tor of the Wilmington Messenger) as Captain. There were two military compan ies here at the time: "The Cos sacks" and the "Ringgold Guards." The former was commanded by Capt William F. Colline, State Comptroller, and the latter by Cap tain John H. Manly. Mr. Webster delivered a short address to the military, which was RtrEiuuNG to the item from the Durham Globe about a crowd of thieves camping near Chapel Hill, we hope it may turn out that they aro the same crowd that has been operating in the western suburbs of Raleigh. Some time ago we heard that a lot of men were staying in the woods west of the city, and we trust that this is the same gang. They ought to have been overhauled while here;' and if they are not the same gang, the wocd3 west of here nnoKit in Via npnnrerl tinw. TVioro should be more life and activity ep"eV in very haKJ manner Bhown by those to whom is commit- TrF -'J-ted the custody of this vicinity. The e W& !le? ?m" series of house breakings on our m4lttee lof students from the Univer subuibs should have stirred the inv.lted him to VJ9lt that proper officers up to a zealous dis" se&1 iean& charge of their duties. full view, and the shaft to Washing- knapsacks, and even their canteens, without exchanging a shot." It is not reasonable that they would re tain a flag and ' throw away their arms and knepsacks and cante-enF," nor is it likely that troops under "an unaccountable panic' would have held on to their flag. 2. Alexander Gattis "proudly bore this flag." He was not ashamed of being a militiaman in that battle, but called attention to his service there with pride by bearing the flag. If he and his comrades had acted as cowardly as Leo a sert?, Gattis would not have been at the head of that prosession "proudly bearing his battle flag." 3, Gattis had preserved that flag fifty-nine (59) years. Would he have so carefully and sacredly preserved a dishonored flag and in his old age, perhaps eighty years old in 1810, have sought to carry it in the place of honor a, the head of a procession of 15,000 of his fellow citizens In the city of Raleigh tbe capital uf the State? Would we not rather infer that Lite had done here, wt".t he certainly did in other parts of his Memoirs, falsify or greatly exagerate history. Hi historic blunders have received the severest strictures from his contem poraries who wrote about the events of that day. 4. "That flag showed the mark of a British bullet." If the militia ran away "without waiting to exchange a snot how did that bullet hole get into it? It was all the time in the hands of the soldier who carried it and that soldier was near enough to the English bullets to receive one yi his flag. .Mr. Neathery writes that the Rev. T. J. Gattis. of Durham. N. C. i doubtless a descendan'tof Alexander Gattis. A trace will ba started for that glorious old flag at onca. Wouldnt it be grand to have this old battle-scarred North Carolina Globe. The etill-fcouse of Mr. "Williams, in Chatham county, was recently broken into, the cistern room being robbed of soeral gallons of corn whiakey. Williams watched and located th robbers. It appears that a gang of four or five thieves, white men, living with as many abandoned women, are or were encamped in the woods near Chapel Hill. They had their &tove and beds, and the men would steal what they got to est, and also, stole their whiskey. One of them, named Joe Whita- ker, was arrested at Hillsboro yes terday and brought to Durham to day, andwhiUi here he mude a con fession. Other arrests will doubtless be made in Durham this evening or to morrow, as two of them are suppos ed to be here now. Major York, who hi been re tained to prosecute Whitaker, s ys it is the toughest gang that has recently preyed upon any communi- It is to be hoped thit all t f ihm will be arrested. ton overtopping the city, as his own character overtops in sterling worth all others, the exclamation, I am an American citizen, can be realized in its pride and force of meaning It was the known terror of the name of licme tnat caused tne Roman to appeal to his nationality as a defense to the torture of his enemy. The name cf America cav riea witn it tne idea oi peace, a sense of protection; and the writer has heard the name of Washington pronounced by a trembling eerf of Asiatic despotism with an emotion that seemed to kindle new hopo in a countenance marked by the blows of tyranny. The vary sound of this name appeared to bring re lease from the chain which ws his hU companion by day and by night Under the inspiring example of Washington our country has grown great, respected and beloved by the votaries of liberty throughout the world. The greatness of Rome was often the theme of Cicero's elo quence. Gibbon clofes the first chapter of his history by observing, to impress a juster image of the greatness of Rome, that the empire was about two tnousand miles of breadth and more than three thou sand miles in length, that it was supposed to contain about sixteen hundred thousand square miles. On the territory of the empire there live i about twenty millions of citi zens and subjects who acknowledged the laws of Rome. Bat greater themes inspire our orators and historians. Here we have an area of 3,602,9C0 square miles.inhabited by over 60,000,000 of free American citizens, the humblest of whom may aspire to the highest office of the land. No country in all the tide cf time ever possa'sed such institutions, covering such an area and with such a population. A shin Railinf ( 0 world may Chicago, a thousand miles inland. The Mississippi and its tributaries traverse a million and a quarter square miles in extent, and furnish an internal navigable system of twenty thousand miles. A steamer starting from Pittsburg in Pennsyl vania, four hundred and fifty miles inland from New York, and two thousand miles from the mouth of the Mississippi, passing through these water highways, and return ing to its starting place, will sail a distance much greater than round the world. A Convenience for thd World's Fair. Postmaster General 1 issell Las issued a circuit r, two of w- kh sre posted in the postoffiee hen-, i-n nouncing that tor the convenience Ex po of visitor.-? to the Columbian sition a branch of the Chicago post- office has been established iu ne govirnment building on t e Fair Grounds. The branch will be known as the World's Fiiir Station. From it regular collections and de liveries will be made by iis own force of letter carriers from and to all pars of the Exposition i;.rcua1s, and all other business of a firt-cliiss posteffice will be transacted ii erf. In his oflicial announcement of the establishment of the World' Fir Station. Postmaster Van Cott sas: "Yiaitors to the ExDotntion who A. may be uncertain as to thtir pje cise location after arrival at Chicago may find it convenient to have their mail matter addressed to the v ona s air station, unicago Soclclerx jDtiry? Problem h solve o by ft production, or E.VY OHORTENlNtir, crisb, health- S I ' a fu(;wfio(esome pastry, CooJCirtJ 3UtfioriTfVs;.encarJe QbfTOL. YOU can't afford' to da Mfd? OTilv hy N. K. PAIRIJANK & CO., CHICAGO and ST. 10UI5. MISS MAGGIE REESE H I K h. rami, TIIK xoirriic-,,., . 4 i t . - " Homs Insurance.- Or- i- School.. Vt.Vr. j; and Sta3, ,,, C,KKV.A wV CO. ot NKV'Y,-.'.' Assets i,i 4 .', with the .. ('," IN.-' U Horn 18 Aceuls in nil ; r W. S. l'ltlMHOM . w. i rem i:? i niAs. hoot. i con-it is. tnchliMvr Admin. the '".V(i j; C IP f.. 1 ! '.-, tor.- of :t .-, -,, t' f ! ' .; t ' . cf M- : r. 4 The lattt an 1 TnY T I T T IX'IM IS I I li1 I 1YJL j JliU mct de-ir.Htltf stj !! in I J 1 i J li ii IF YOU FEEL DROWSY, duu, inexpressibly tiral or debilitated, J have loss of appe tite, furred tongue, frequent headaches with or -without dizziness, chilly sensations, and oc casional nausea then you are bil ious. Your liver needs the gently stimulating and powerfully invigor ating effects of Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellet. These little things wiU put you in coruijlete order. They follow Nature's own way. They'ro the smallest, the easiest to take, and the best. They absolutely and permanently cure Uil iousnes". Constipation, Jaundice, Dizziness, Hour stomach. Sick or Bilious Headaches, Indigestion, and consequent stupor or drow siness. They're guaranteed to give satisfaction, In every way and in every case, or your money is returned. You pay only for the good you get. JNothing else urged by a tricky dealer, can be "just as good" for .you to buy. For IaVio-H, Mioses d ChiMrei. Infant's A'.uMin inl Silk C'aj s Iiue Huts, etc. Boy's Straw Cps nal Hivin.l lint, and everything ee usually kejt in a first-clas M.llinery More. Our stles are co'iec and we guarantee to pv: satisfaction. O. tiers fiom a di-t-4Tt! will restive prompt atfen'ion MISS MAGGIE REESE, 209 FA YETTKV I !.I,K. TAW n ) li OPEN. NEWTON HOTEL, s i:vrox, x. c. "W D PPItAOUF, MAXAOEK. from any part of the militia flag to epeak at the celebra. a f c-RT.lAGhl SALK O LaM) AND discharge a cargo at tion on the 4th of July ? S A- Stocs.-By virtue of poerci.taictd fuly 1 he Famous Davis Hotel to be Ittbullt. Kittsell, N. 0., May 2. A move is already afoot to rebuild the Davia Hotel; in fact Mr. Davis enjoys such a unique and wide spread reputation as a hotelist of the highest order that he would hardly be allowed to quit the busi ness if he would By every miil he is receiviag the most flittering offers from the owners of the btst hotels in the land. For his name is a host in itself. in a certain tefd of trufct and m'-rTKtr-s executed by C. O Kv.ns and which deed re duly recorded in resist y. Wake conn ty, in nooM and pages as t Uos 8,.4-47,3 uyi-MS, lin- ysand 119-19 Iw5n nrfor s-d to the hi,ihi-t bidder for csti at tiie court housed door la -hA ci v of .-;alih, N. u , on Monday, Mayo. 93 at '2o'c ck M , the land and other property escribed In said deeds consistm of a tract cf lanu inl ary township.contiinicgTJ aceriio e or lee aud known as tre U. t). Evais homefctea!. Also on e rrel msr vmle. Kit. B. F. MOST.-vCiCE. Trns ee and Mortgagee. Raleich N. C, April. 7, H9i tds May Day passed in Europe with out any very great disturbances. At Marseilles the police had to dis perse a mob; and at Amsterdam the sword was drawn against the Social- We notice on the committee of students the names of Mr. David Hinton, of Raleigh, and James Johnson Pettigrew, who graduated that year at the head of his class, and afterwards so signally distin guished himself as a Confederate General. The invitation was de clined by note, in which Mr. W. But we are clad to find him ut!1- And the flag that is carried by terablv attached to t.h nU H the internal commerce of our coun- hoa hati Hp fnr f.wAnb try insures free passage for ships and is tully aware of the peculiarly ana eargo, unimpeded Dy any nscal beneficial effect of this place on Deo- A. ist, but generally the even tenor of the way was unbroken. But Europe !.e f elt g7etly honored rests in quiet over a volcano that charge, for the whole continent en joys the blessings of absolute free dom of intercourse among its citizens. These facts, with others of equal potency in attestations pie from the Northern States. In fact there is a large and lucrative patronage of the highest class from the North with whom it is Kittrell or nowhere. Then the reputation of Kittrell as a summer resort is may burst out at any time. At Ber lin the anarchists were very aggres sive. The speakers urged the work ingmen to revolt against the gov ernment and implored the soldiers not to obey the Emperor. But the soldiers kept the faith and put the agitators to flight. The condition of Europe is not one of prosperity, and the people may at any time snp the bonds of society and subvert the established order of things. It has been the work of statesmanship to keep the workingmen of the great countries arrayed with bitter feelings against other nationalities, bo that their prejudices may find something to feed on away from home. With considerable addrees the nations are thus kept always on the apparent eve of a great war with some de tested political enemy, and popular thought is by this means diverted into safe channels. While there may be prosperity in the higher circles, the commonality by the invitation, and that on many accounts it would be most agreea ble, but unexpected circumstances prevented his acceptance." During the evening Mrs. William H. Haywood, Jr , wife of one of our Senators in Congress, gave a soiree at her residence on Fayetteville street now known as Hotel Flor ence. A public dinner was tendered the great Senator, which he was compelled to decline. Mr. Webster and wife left for Gcld&boro on Tuesday morning, May 4, in the carriage of Mr. Wes ton li Gales. Mr. W. rode out on the "boot" with the colored driver, that he might have abetter oppor tunity of observing the growing cotton and the manner of obtaining turpentine, &c. It is said he could tell how many species of oak he had passed between the Virginia line and Raleigh, and wrote home a most interesting letter embodying the facts gathered by him on his route through the State. of our greatness, fully warranted known throughout the whole South the proud words of the President at Chicago, when facing the largest public audience ever assembled: "We stand today in the presence of the oldest nations of the world and point to the great achievements we here exhibit, asking no allowance on the score of vouth." And con cluding: "We have built these Bplen- did edifices, but we have also built a magnificent fabric of a popular government, whose great propor tions are seen throughout the world. We have made and here gather to gether objects of use and beauty, products of American tkill and in vention, but we have also made men who govern themselves." When rebuilt it wi)I be opened as both a summer and winter resott The safe was opened today and contents found in fair condition, the books and papers being somewhat charred, though not one was de stroyed. O. W. Blackxall He was met at Rocky Point, on 1 i ,1 1 : 11 lil. " "v"mvU ""uwl B""ou l? Plug"", uui Dy a epecial train with a large dele their condition is bad and is grow- gation of citizens from Wilmington ing worse, indeed, tne situation is far from one promising rest and contentment of the masses. That revolution is imminent is apparent. We note on the committee the names of Gov. Dudley, L. H. Marsteller, Alexander MacRae, Thos. Loring, Thos; D. Meares and others. Mr. Wflhutur We wish to compliment the State 0n the afternoon of Mav s. Oth Guard and to express what we know following day he met a large num- is a very general feeline of appre- er citizens of the place in Ma- ciahon in regard to their conduct c Hali pe !ef for Charleston, at. Nw "RftrnA. First fnrnct S.' 0 0n the bat Via the Fear v, nver when called to go on some junket- i trip, it is seldom that the ranka were spread on a banner; but for a fine full, probably about sixty per cent spread at table the American tur turning out on such occosions: but key is muck you siusef ul. lg & McGsb. Jonx B. Neathery. The Behrlog Sea Tribunal. By Cable. Pabip, May 2 The Behring Sea lnbunal of Arbitration resumed ?ts eession today, and Carter, of counsel for the United States, con tmued his argument. When Car ter proceeded to argue on the sub ject of regulations, he ws inter rupted by Sir Charles Rusbell, of council for Great Britain, who said Great Britain would not recede from the position that the question of rights should be argued apart Irom the question of regulations An animated discussion followed, in which Baron de Courcet, Presi dent of the Tribunal, Justice Harnn, British Ambasador Lord Hannan, Sir Charles Russell, and Hon. iu. J. .f helps took part. Finally, it. was decided that coun sel for Great Britain should argue the two questions separately, but the tribunal would not give sepa rate decisions. Mr. Carter will conclude today. An Old Soldier's Last Request. Mr. Peter Shurtz, an old Con ieaerate soiaier, wno died neat Winston last Friday, requested that his body should be wrapped in his old army blanket that he carried throughout the lata war. He said that he nad passed many sleepless nights under the old blanket, and he wiehed his family to see to it that when he was buried this old covering should be his shroud. The request was granted, and the old blanket that had shielded its owner from tha chilly winds of winter on . 1 1 (ill 11 tne Dattieneid8 ot Virginia, now serves in some measure to shield tha lrfeless corpse from death's des troying insects. Tlie Population of Kaleih. Is about fifteen thousand, and we would say at least one half are troubled with some affection of the threat ana lungs, as those complaints are, according to statistics, more numerous than others. We would advise all our readers not to neglect the opportunity to call on their druggist and get a bottle of Kemp's tsa'sam lor the tnroat and luces. Tna size free. Large bottle 50 cents and $1. 8r'ld V Hri)ircrioe Ohio wants a legislature ccmpos ed cf men who have homes they are willing to go to when they h ? legislated too long. 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Agents Wanted! for the Authentic I h. UI it'll oi SCO -GUIDE TO TIIE :e Chicago WORLD'S FAIR a . v. I.0tf, UUun eeclu f,,r this b. T ,?"f. lerol recent y.ar. special terms to atfenti t ar,vas mutomht free, add i. for postage KreigUt paid! Complete copy mailed for retail priee SlSu R. H.WOODWARD CO., Baltimore Md Amenta wnntwi fr.n nth., i TfJ l"!;or.e "fa. -. vwecuiu iiuies. vrwiit i iff LY'S . I.eane8 the TARBh iia ain aQd.vSST' y l. Inflammation. KHAYFQ'EP? ;i A P $ "i?b,h ice vScrc.f,' Senses cf Tasie ? fv'l t-VC 50c fRY 1HE CURE.H AY-PEVER A pf-.rdelp is t p illed in eacn ntril and IB atreeabie. Price 50 wnna at Dru-btd; oy mhll, resist! id. 60 ccs. ELY BttClH CHtf. h WaneaSt., New Vortt !ce! Ice! Ice! Fure Hygtenic Ice, no bad tf-t, no odor of chemicals, absolutely true 40e. per 100 pounds et vei ei 3 00 per 1,000 pjunds at Factory. Family Trade. 210 five pound tlcketa for $3.rn. 110 tn ' 5 fo. 5 twenty 5 CO 23 fifty 5.00; Hygienic Plate IceJM'fg Co, Term 8 Strictly Cash. N. B.-Will deliver Ice on 17th. HENRY PERRY. Manager and Superintendent. XECUTOk' SOTICE. Having t hs dny qu: lined a-i execu'or of the lasl Will nr.-t te .taiem f Mm A. K. liOntaUt . i t. reiy not.fy pr-rson- having cla ms fc i'st said dtc..fc it to iiffm' the &p.me U mt ou cr f re t-ill "Ji orthi8nori.e will be pie td ia br of thtlr recoveiy. All ler.-onn owin stidetate will plc-t.se cjake lmin:-d: it? . easement H. t MOM'AiiUK. 1 alelb, J. C, April H, .s-'jj FOR UMA: .Ai; iii.ir.' hi' W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE kowt,lhVp. Everybody eboald wear them, it 1. a doty Too owe yourU to get the beet alae fo? your money. Eooncmlze In yoar footwear Z bost vala Prlo'e. ad Truod above, as thomanda can testily. S- Take No Sabstltate. 9 DSu.V?rJ?f f r? n d.' KoEe ??1ne without W. L. W. ?. Douglas, Brockton, Mass. So!J Ijy HELLilt BROS., , ' Kalelgli, S. O ivl si in ... 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