Kdjtors and Proprtatwrs.
One year ia advance 1.00
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THURSDAY, MAUCII 9. 1893.
Where now he those traitors1-to their
colOr and country who did "benxl the
supple Meg of the knea thai thrift
jaighi follow fawning!"
No amount of jlver jcojnageeaa er
rclleye lids country o hard times and a
scarcity of money so long as ipiquUous
tariff and vicious pension laws remain
incfaaaged--the mercenary calamity
ahriekfirio Jthe contrary notwithstand
Some of the so-called reform editors
dje bard. Rave on, mercenary decejyers;
dance out your Jast ghost duce. Then
frrithe 0d 4ie, or live to be ever known
as o many Judaes wbotrted to pecu
late on the innocence and confidence of
men who now despj&e you.
Peruocfticy'a Great Pay,
;t Saturijaj, March the 4th, 1893,
jnarkea a great historic epoch" in the
political history ot th'ifi country. Ip
the presence of thousands of ihe tried
and true PeniocraU that o valiantly
fought for the restoration -efconstitu-tional
government, honestly adminis
tered, for local State government, on
of. the dearest rights of a fret people
nd by thousands of others, perhaps,
who were there to see and be seen,
Qrorer Cleveland was duly inaugurated
tia second time as President, not of
tb9 Jfoytjiern, the Western, the Mid
dle, or the Souihern States, but as the
President of the entire Union, Hence
the people ef this great country can
. riow feel, as they have not. felt since
. the ascendency of radicalism, that the
government is ruu in the interest of no
fine section, bn in the interest and
for ihe good of the whole people.
a will be seen, the President's ad
&rtf$ s m brief state document, but
clearly gives a forecast of the policy of
his administration. He regards, a
ound and stable currency as of vital
necessity to maintain the health and
prosperity of the nation, and he prom
ises to use all the influence mi the
administration to preserve national
credit Jo avejt financial disaster.
Uefeisnce is made by the Presi
dent to the pre? ajenl danger of the
growing .disposition on the part of
nany to expect trom the operation of
the government especial and . indirect
individual advantages. This feature of
prttern.Usj hns ien attempting to
juitfermifte the honest, -so.yni political
jw'icy .of the republic as founded by the
fathers; and it is timely that Mr.
CJevelaurJ has thus called the attention
x the whele country to this false prin-J
ilia utterances on extravagant
peaditujres and upon the tariff accord
with his well known views heretofore
expressed, i His words are strong a,nd
earnest, ljhe address appears in full
in another polumn. - -
It f Js How Cleveland ; and a Demo
- v cratic House. -
We cull the following fyom tb
State CfiKonicIeU report of.' the inaugu
ration of Grovr Cleveland as President
and A. E. Stevene on as Vice-President,
whieh im-ans an honest, aggressive
Democratic reform all over t he ct u n-
tiy, to he consummated as far a pos
sible during the next four years:
heart and. strong arms a farm neglected
and mismanaged for thirty-two years,
caj l& reclaimed, bnt the farmer will
hardly 1 expect to get it in good shape
and make a full crop the first season.
Grpver Cleveland is in chargeand a
Democratic7 Heuse and a Democratic
Senate will sustain him; and as surely
as we see the dawning of this new era
of jeace and prosperity, so surely shall
we see it inJts noonday glory,
.jam year rresioent tlanison, tincier When the Senate clock indicated
some peculiar Jialucination, we up- H;o0 the VicPr'S.deatlect was an-UiU resnlt ia prujlent and effective renie "hil
nose. harLordred for tb Whit Hoiikp I liounceu. and Mr. Stevenson psnrfjxi f Iecislation. In tie meantime, so far as th-
X . . . -. . . 1 1 Kd fiaio(..i f .. Dlw., i. , I . u! i- :. lpTf.-iitiv branch of the covemment can in-
m inuy ut .1nnnii .hind 1 J UtUHIK'l iULl liriWHI. LI II I K II ( I " 1 1 :l 1 1 I c
" lJ,5W " l.j:!,. -.x. XT- - n. .1 . terrene none of the powers with which it is
On each piece with the United States It" " j-8.: S IuerfV , -)r,,U i"tel will be withheld when their exercise
i .lL il un. wiiuruww) aiierwaru rresiueill nar- ,s deemed necessnrv to maiolain oaa national
riSOn, lOVZ. added. '.he LJoston Her- I entered the chamber. Mr Harrison I Closely related tp an exaggerated confidence
- : utl...t il : ,a cnrtl fr, o-.K.i j "i our connirv a rreamess, wnicn icnas 10 a
-J u& I, .iiii. M.nc uu u...u- - v ,r can iauu- jj..i nf th, u, of nati0nal afetT an.
fpntt -v-F fl, J I. I -
..u,iuiU5 iicmsursii, mi- other dancer confronts us not less seriom. I
the popular disposi-
peration of the cov-
direct indiridoal ad-
our roters. which
itAnarr t nkY t li !iu at I m atnt-inin- v-
pouer ana nave mm insert jus. iwoiintuce iuto u:e cuamuer was greeted tectum for protection's sake, enjoins upon the
make it read thus: I w,tn applause. 1 hen Vice-Presideni Pple serranta the duty f exposing and de
imrposts of our goternment than a soand an
sUble currency.. . t exposure to dejrradation
should at once aijoose us to activity and the
moft enlightened giitesmanship.and danger ol
depreciation in the purchafing power of wages
paid to toil, shonld furnish the strongest in
centive to' a pronj jt and conscrvatire precep
tion. I dealing' with oHf present eiUarrasing
situation, as relate to thisnbject, we wille
wise if we teniperiour confidence and fiiitb- in
our national strengjh and resotrcrs with frank
once-iion. that eijen these viU not permit. us
to defy with impuwiy tae ipexqrabje laws of
finance and trade. I At the same time.' in our
efforts to adjnsV liSTerence-" of opinion, we
should l frse fronj intolerance or passion, and
our judgment should be uumoTed by alluring
phrases and unvex by selfish interests. 4 am
confident that suih approach' to the subject
ifest a curiosity in Washington to learn J "g m
what i hom. nf f.K.V ru,,f.,l uiaieiy auerwara llie rresidellt-elecM refer tJ the preraltnce of
.. ... i ws announced, and Mr. CtpTl mi. Ps-1 tion to expect fronj the o
and COStty ware. A COP temporary I -nrffifl hv.Gll!lf- ....., ernment especial and
aucro-pfitji that it b ssnt hack tn !hiLk.;. TtT U-L ' ,. vanUges. The vrdict of
t - - - iwibii ucak uu m. i . x-iiii i isoii. nis en-
words, so as to
"Harrison fired in 1802.
make the set of memorial value and
"f.'."BiujHH u ',iujas'i i.mw jjiI'i xxumM.;
ThU Morton admiuistered the oath of ofliceroyin?uth, broo, of kindr5d eTils ?:hich are
IBIS WOUld . .. - , ... Jthe unwholesome progeny of paternalism.
.t m,wv kova a ca ilia v irii ifi in i iiii i rr t . i v .
am i ii in iw i.utr iri. i w i ii iirMiiuui :i 11 iiiki 11 in hbih
the chair of the nrfisidirti t(fifor TltuL. k
make it available lor use by Mr. special session of the Senate of t the people. It degrades to purposes of wilv
Cleveland. I J?, if ty-third Congress was then form- lcrftft the Plftn of rule oor father s established
allv onenetl with nrror Uv fMi I . bequcateu to us as the object of our love
Ralnh DaviV nn attoriPV nff law-nd H.;uJ 7;.. V:I1 rol "J 1 " ttnd "neration. It prertnls the patriotic sen-
- ' r iv- - uulici. ii:r-i m iipi Lni.MToncnii urncaii r... ,1 ...
bpeaker of the. lenncssee House of and Pressed the Senate. Haaid: to a pitiful calculation of sordid cain to be de-
Kepresentatives, has been debarred, by I uSEKATrrns;Dppolv imnrA ;fb rived from their government's maintenance. It
the Courts of Tennessee for rascality lu fi af it. iBniin.il.;!i(U u.. undermines the self reliance of our people and
He will nrohahlv I 1 ! t .. ' i 1. , j substitutes in its place dependence upon gor-
rw! d from chu Wlln nr ' P I f I' r V , " "'IV,,t,c wnmentai favoritism, it stines the spirit of
,.w. .w UA UJe (Mines OT ine hurl nhi tn true Americanism and stim fips cvfrv rnnh it.ir
SUte Chronicle: Senator Meansi I which T b ata Kamii Aalliiri T trait in American citizen.-hiD. The lessons of
- - vv.a vuiivilt x 4 111 llUl ,
makes, a good presiding officer and in unmindful of the fact that amoiii? the PKternall,m ought to be unlearned and better
li;n ks " 'j .i j f .1 . . 1 . . lessons tnugut, that while the -peotdc should
calling on him to preside over the de- occupants of this chair during the 104 patriotic-all and cheerfully support this gov-
uocraiun ui me senate yesieruay, wnen years oi our .constitutional history erument, us functious do not itclu!e the sup
that body went into committee of the have been statesmen eminent alike for Port of tl,e PeoP,e- Tlie acceptance of this
whole on the machinery act, Lieut.-Gov. eir talents and tluir tiieless devotion VTc'f leads to the refusal of bounties and
rx..i.i .. ' . . .. An..ivi.'.. u... t subsidies which burden the labor and thrift
lyuujsutoa maua an excellent selection. f'- "j. Auarus, jeuerson and 0f a portion of our citizens to aid ill advised
A llPffro Imched at JelKrn Tnn y"""un nonoretl US incumtencV dur- or languishing enterprises in which they have
Satnrdav nit. for ,nm;al ,H.K. the ear,J di'J8 of the republic. D. nrn. It leds also to a cbahenge of
'i'-i , j Vl Vl j VL whle Arthur, Hrndricks and Mfirtnn wIrt nJ kless expenditure which overleaps
ahite girl confessed that he and oth- , ' J ' . ' "nj-Ks and Morton thebounds of grateful recognition ol Mtriotic
er negroes some months ago criminal- j f . Iater Pnd of our history, service, and prostitutes to viciousness the pco-
Iv assaulted and murdfnd Mi Rrv- S - . luslre uPon office of president pies prompt and generous impulse to aid these
ant: a whit m'r-l
. ' u: 7. ..JC wur blv known tom-n. , Kvery tliongntful American must realize the
acarciiiug ior inese otner parties aud
more lyuchings are in progress."
I assume the duties of tl, ofTi nf l""6, muS
1 1 . . , . ; 1 iciiuciitj , in puunu ur privau; siauon, 10 re-
mc KlCb irtlHl, COIiniieil LO nift Wit. 1 no (card fniiralitv and rrnnnmr- n tin. ririu.
1 m 1. ..- . . 1 e j , . . i v
A tew discon-I feeling of self-confidence, but rather which we may safely outgrow. The toleration
rentea ana aisgruntled agitators may with that of grave distrust of my abil ldea resultsu tue waste of the people's
now and then rise upl and curse the itv satrsfaetorilv to meet its reauirel money hVhV' cuo.senf d enc-
hnfaf.r 1,'f- k. . U 1 "1 , V lurei. us require- ftges prodigality and extruvugance vn the home
in 1 W r h ?J Pfnt e111?- I mJ be pardoned for saying life of our countrymen. Under our scheme of
in mooring jor tneir welfare ana that that it shnl hA -nv oummtsh anL.iiTvH t I frnvprnnipnt tliP nactA jvf i.nki;n :-. ..-
:iishrsthe only justiac-ation for tuxln
the people, we aiuonc a truth o plai
that its denial would seem to iudicnt:
the extent to which judinvitt way Jb
influeuced by famiiianty with pervei
-ions uf ibe taxing power; ud when w
steix toj;eiDtateEelfH-o:fldfcnceai)d bu.
mesi enterjre of our vLtizena, by di.
crediting abject dependence upon gov
ernraental favor, we atrive to stimuiat.
those elements of Amen.-- charaute.
whi h support the hope of Americai
Anxiety for the redemption of fht
pledgea which my party has made, ni
the solicitude for complete justification 01
the trust the people have reposed in u
constrains me to remind thoe with wbon
I am to txj-operate that we can ueeee
in dointhe work which bus been espe
cially Ret beforn us only by the most sin
cere, harmonious, and disinterested ef
forts. Even if insuperable obstacles and
opposition prevent the consummation ol
our task, we shall hardly be excusedrano
if failure can be traced to our fault ot
neglect, we may be sre the neonle wil,
hold us to a awift aud exaciin; accouu-r
The oath I now take to preserve, nro
tect. and defend the constitution of tht
ui'ucu oti uut oniy impressively cle
unco ihc Kic.iv rcsoonsiDlliLV 1 ussiimn
but snnjests obedience to constitutional
couimatids as the rule by which my offi
cial conauct must be guided.
x I shall, to the best of my ability, and
wunin my spnere otduty, preserve tht
consututiou iy loyally protecting even
vr. . t I . .
f,Huiicucui)utr ib conmiiia, i
defending all its restraints when attack
ed by impatience aud restlessness, ami
oy enforcing us limitations aud reserva
tions in favor of the tstates and people
runy impressed wuu the gravity oi
the duties that confront me and mindful
of my weakness, I should be appalled ii
it were my lot to bear unaided the res
ponsibilities which await me. I am, how
ever, saved irom discouragement when I
iciuemoer inan snaii nave the support
and council and co-operation of wise and
patriotic men who will stand at my side
iu caomei, piaces or will represent the
pru,M in tueir legislative liufis.
T 1 ... L . .
uiiu ai.-u mucn rotni'ift m recaem-
benng that my countrymen are just and
generous auu 111 tue assurance that thev
i-ill n.. .. .1 . ... .1 .1 1 . -
.Mi.uttyuuciuiiiuusewiio ov 8incerw
devotiou to their service deserve .their
forbearance and approval.
A 1 l-l T 1 . . -I
auuc n,iKnuw intreis a supreme
ocmg wno rules too aonirs of meu and
n'VihCA , A . - J 1 a
vihu?c jtuuuiicija unu xoercv nave always
' 1 A 1 a . " .
lonowea me American people, and I
know be will not turn from us now if we
numbly and reverently seek his power
After the inaugural ceremonies were
And End Right.
Onr Beeds are just what southern plant
ers need to meet the demands of the
early markets. Our
NEW SEED BOOK,
for 1S93, is the most complete guide
ever issued for the tanner, gardener,
and trucker. It tells how to begin right
and end right. We send it FJREE,
Write for it and current prices of any
Grass and Clover Seeds,
jSeed Grain, Seed y
' " Potatoes, &c. ,
you my require. Send ytur orders direct if you
merchant dew not- tuuxUa Wda Heda.
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
. Seedsmen, Richmond, Va.
1 3 m !
of osl' -Tobacco
NOTHING BETTER MADE!
Prices LOW. Call and examine Analysis.
. M. G.: QUINN. : .
Wlien Baby was sick, to eto her astorla.
Wtren she wasa Child, she cried for Custonai
"Whf- iiio Decame sho cJ'iaj to O-storu.
Wla she hod Children, uho save uieca CastMru.
-11 t I . . fy , f I , , J U t O U CliUCd U I IO in 1 " " f'uuiiv WUUCj 1 1
or an his people, but Zbulon B. discharge tlie important duties whieh crinie aeAinst the citizen and contempt ofou
Vanee is too much tanffled un in ii.lh h-fr- m. ;ti, 1 : people for economy and frugality in their per-
hearUirinn Id ever be-Wottoh or aHrV nA " .uT.c ' W the strength and
U lUi ..u T..lL d7 , , i iiiiuuess siuruiness 01 our national character, it is the
ucu uj .kueoia liwio Dtate. latlQ naftlltV. lamest V invnLiinr lh Dlain dictate of honestv and troo.l rrrmn,n
Hew York VYerld: Mr. Herbert
the first man, who was in the Confed
ate armj, to be appointed to the admi
imlUn -..J 0 ..i lonfit-
kuoervisinn or oirimr 1
as ne closed his remarks Air. Stev
Crrover Cloveiand is President. The
Congress of the United States iu both
branches js- Democratic. With the
exception of. the Supreme Court, the
people are now in complete charge of
Tbirty-two long years of misgov
erni.nt have iutervened. The Kepub
. iwjajfl Ditrtj, unjust and defia of the
, iTJojutiWon in its inception, has con
. Jinued it Jwjd onthe rein of power
hj every .wicUd expedient that was
thought necessary. The Constitution,
o sacred in the ejeaof the Democracy,
- has been spurned whenever it stood in
iheir path. Odious law have been
ypwad to oppress a helpless people.
JOawa opjiressiva in their operation and
. grading in theirexactiont are eve nnow
on ihe attute books burden on the
hacks f a long-robbed people. Now
lomes a change.
.We congratulate he people that
; fconesty is Cct supplant rascality in
uaiionnl auafrs; tbat economy is to
. uccaed wild xtraVagancei that bu.i
aeas metUods .are to tae the place of
, favoritism and c.VleesnAss, nd above
jail, that the burieus of taxation are to
he liiihtened and equalised,-.- corrupt
nd shameless reform press Mil aneer
jnjly deuy tht the tariff is a biirden;
Mill 4nendactousl v and maliciously deny
nat tn democracy is sincere in its in
Mntiou to reduce it.
.let the people be patient a little
Jonger. T(ie tariff will be reduced as
fiooa as posjibk. -To correct the
rfibpses, to repair tlie wrongs, to replete
he) .bankrupt treasury, to devise wise
monetary measures, to revise in justice
all tbejeyenues of the government
this the iask'before-the Deojocracy,
istration aud suDervlsioa of
branch of the military service of the
Union since the war. TheaDnointment.
therefore, is another evidence of the
passing away of the spirit of sectional
ism and of a more perfect union in the
bond of common patriotism.
The report of the auditor of North
Carolina shows that there are 158,
447 white polls and 63,083 colored
polls returned as having paid, the pro
portion being r about 22 to 10. The
property of the whites yielded $384,01 2,
ana mac ot the blacks 512,373, the
proportion being about 30 to 1. The
last Legislature made an effort to tax
incomes, but the income tax yields on
1 operation, the forbears; nee the charitv puouc expenditures siiyuia be minted
of each of itsofl5cers, I now enter unon puo , , necefslV Uuu li,,s suou,d be
my duties as preSldini; officer of tlie eauallr clear that frugality aniomr th.
tue becretrirv of the
ssouate to read the proclamation of the
President convening the Senate in ex
Gen. MeCook read the nrotrlnmntum
ana then the senators who were newlv
ia the best guarantee of contented and strong
support of free institutions.
Uue mode of misappropriation of public
iiin.is is avoiaea ivl en appointments to office
instead of being rewards of partisan activity
are awarded to tho?e iio.e eificieiicy promises
a fair return of work for compensation paid to
mem. to secure htaess and coiiint tftii-v i.f n.
pointees to oflka, aud to remove from )oliticnl
action demoralizing niaduess lor spoils, civi
111 111 Kiiom oo ivi epulis, i;n 11
elected, Or re-elected, were i nvi tori Kv service reform lms found tilf in r,.,, ,.,,1.1;,.
- w. J J I ' . I w LIUUUk
ne ice-resfoenc 10 come forrr;ird
and take the oath ot office. Thev did
so, each escorted by his Colleague, and
the oath vvas solemnly administered by
the Vice-President. The senator's
afterward subscrihed the same at the
clerk a desk.
, au the preliminaries having been
uuiy aisposed of, the V
policy nnd laws. The benefit already tra.ine.1
through this instrumentality and the" further
usefulness it promises, entities it to the hearty
support and encouragement of all who desire
to see our public service will performed, or
who hope for elevation of political sentiment
ana the purification of political methods
rri. iZi r .
ne cAibit'iice 01 immense ajjgrega
gatious of kindred enterprises and eotu-
ninat ions 01 business interests, formed
fur the purpose of liinitiiijr the protiuc-
nuii auu 11 a 1 11 lt prices, is ineonsist,iit
lfA-Pr' iltJti 1
n:i: t m 1 . --w. r--v-ti iua tu pro
Richmond Vv . Ii J Ul o c "WUHUn 01 order of w,tu Iii,r wnicn ougnt to be open
ivicnraonu, Jl.V., tirmer recent v rlmur iho Sun .j..t: i.u. ,f lt Qrr s.wi-..... T
. . -j 1 immure to tne'inaueuration 1 ""cfc.mciiv uunvny. ji'm-
a pistol on a lawyer in court and, at- of the President of th TTnif J sJ Si? mate strife iu business should not he
mp W p,lf nis ught out because The procession tr tUc east Dortico of i i e" . vouc
the lawyer had asked the farmer'.., wif, th MnLi .H Tul. PrllL 0f 1 demands of combmatious that have the
a question to which he nhWU i A r; "1 . . Vl " "'V. . Pwer to destroy, uor should people to
have hearrl l-.trvt.ro f.ii. . iT j 1,ul"ri,!e mrong nau been gath- e served lose the beuefit of cheapuess.
to have th. il?K f 1 Wht?sepmed km the east front of the senate which usually results from wholLme
so nave tne idea that whon thaw n,m I t n. , . . . . . ,.,,nti,i..n im,,. ?
license in nmf;- uJ n J " "e capiwu hince o clock n - Ksrtgauous ana
"f . fvt Paetce by the supreme the moniinK in defiance of fh. rlu.,. Pb)!iat,oni! frequently constitute con-
t,,u" lI,eJ were lso licensed to put to tatheir health. Th snw .f.;.' 3. ?raC,e guiu., Me.'teresta of the peo-
a witntss any question that could be
imagmed. It takes gall but that'
tneawyer s business.
Know sr. irm sii ii. i t A a ; u i. :
o,utu ,nam uuoii, out uie tempera- unnatural and onDosed to our own Kn
At... i t. . a I .. . -
IIUIB lOwei'tHl Ami th Mni-fl,n..ni llntluirnosc Toil,,.,, a.. .1
blew bitterly. be reached and restrained bv federal
Raleigh News and Obsprvr. wv. The President and P.:,i.hU..i power, the general Koverumeut should
Smithis of the same blood .Af,vrAT Vice-Pr8identPVPnn a;J re,,eve .ur citizeus f thia interfer-
Hoke, whose star sat all too early in a ni,er a"d the committee of arrange,
blaze brilliant glory, and of Gen. R. e"ts were shown to the front of the
r. note whose lare trenemlsbi I platform where within
sistent courage and ! unconquerable cIosure was laid a bright reen canet anlees
pluck, placed him iu the highest rank UPU which was placed lare liLr and in
I 1 CJ" l.-v ..
commanders who were crve,ea cna""S several tables ahd read-
ence and exaction
Loyalty to principles upon which our
Koernment rests, positively deuuuiu.s
en- tne equality before law wh'ch it r..r.
to every citizen should be justly
cood faith con ceeded in ll
rKi..j 0.1... r
lauu. ne eu ovmeiit nf t hi i-i.rin
mcr desks and nthpr fr..u.. u.- i. r""""a "'f UKUeo1 citizenship wher-
w a bright Srh T . I 1LT.Td:"dsnLB y or
. , warmiy greeted bv American manliness and fairness.
t ue patieni tnrong gathered about the . . .r re,al,on3 with the Iudiaus located
erann nt-M r . . i wirnm nut
r. I w.uuu. a. a ur-i m iuw niiimta J i i vrua uuiuris iiii uivn nit
difficulties and conquer fortune
W ! a "
irom a motill whera aiirtv. mt..i I HTerv ot bis munonMl ,u..., it : "A w...0iuy require us to
men hare been cast that EB1. followed th T.i L?" rbearance, and in our
hQa.n..n j i ; 7 Muiivii - - wuuisc puiTueu oy us wuu luetn to honestly aud eon-
ua prungt ana nis future nrat ;n I nimseir eiirht
J.,kil ri..j . . . 1 j5 f b-ucij- iijjiiuv. ana inier-
.VuHc.uni as mucn lustre on the "i5 Huuress rst and taking the oath , . very enort shou,d be "de to
boytli as even that of Lamar him.uil afterwards. Nokwif Ui nA... n lead them throuuh oaths of fMV. li' i t inn
asdone. - . ceeditig inclement ..qth J?u? education, to self anpportinir and
,uiii:i. vyiKiHixnii 1 iniAvAnWna . . '
removed his silk h.i. .nn L ZlPP- " m-
S,. si, iv on..., , Uj ...jj j ., "? ieu "-,iue natiou's ward thev should be
. mmv ii mm 1 1 ir 1 Pfli . 1 ucfiu niifirpHiifi r iia tv...!... . mi 1 tt.n n 1 -. j 1 . "
I A HUE ILIUlLILIillf In VUIUUV UfilnnHI nnrn n.l K
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The publication of a full t,0m.n address is as follows: ofdeaiKinnar meu and Khielded from v.
of Julia Force, who murdered her two Mt. Fzll?w Citkisb: ib obedience to the ti1ue,,ce or tempution that retards
a. - m . m . - -vl m a.A la.iir-iv-BJiL-ari a.
The-Substitate llliance Uill.
Raleigh cor. Charlotte Obseover.
The seuate committee on agriculture
has been uivinr very careful considera
tion to the bill to repeal the alliance
clmrter. Last uicht a conference was
held at which several other senators
were present, as well as democrats of
prominence holding or not holding oSSce.
over the senate returned to its chamber. This conference decided upon a substi-
tVoVSf:T ? tute fi" bill, which, after a
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to iuforrn him that the senate u- nr,,,,,. Yclircuu h-cl uu,,3 ny a,,le lawyers, is sino
ized. Blackburn and Allison were ap- to ?lve ,u" e""t to the purpose of the
pointed as such committee and at 2 p. bill which passed the house, while not
m. theheuate adjourned until Monday at repealing the charter.
uoou. I : ,
The characteristic feature about th.- i e sunsiitute bill, wluch parsed the
inaui;ujral was the clear, steady and ex- senate to-night, provides that no tudivid-
iiuiiciauon wuu wiuch it was "ai sioctnolder in the ui.iiies3 asmcv
aud the absolute absence of or in nv otl out uiTvili i ii..
I J - - - - -fl I IIV
alliance may conduct, shall be; liable for
any debt or obligation contracted 'by the
alliance or any of its ol'Jcers. The sahiry
of no odicer or employe of the ad'anc is
to be incre.ised jiJUt the passage of this
act. ami any tinendiueiiL io tne aldauco
C'Hisliluiiori to increa-e sucli saiaries
1 IMos .m BirSh Easy. I
Endorsed by-the Leading Physicians.
Hook to "Xothrrs" mailed FREE.
CRADFSELD REGULATOR CO.
ATLANTA, C A.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
v gi-stwx-. mr. veveia!ia gave no
otber emphHsi. to his remarks tiiiiii that
derived from fae cuihatic lone and de
termined nod ol the head with which 4ie
at times stated some of the more forci
ble passages of his oration, lie spoke
without notes and turned, from one part
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oi me assemotcu crovvo to the olhe
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j ue leieicnce 10 currency ques
tion provoked coinidcrab'e ciicerin"
nut me ioumcsi-applause ws given the
tain sent' -p.
i n president brirnn the delivery ofi
n is address :it l:;)u o'clock, i. nd it occu
Ii'd twenty hve ininules. At the conclu
sion of his remarks. :.J r. Cleveland turn
ed around to the chief justice, who was
attired in tbe robes of his oUice, io lake
tne oath prescribed by the conslilution.
Vdiief Justice i- uller and the other iu r-
shall work a fu-iVit ure of the charier.
Any subcribrr lo the 1j;imhvs fund now
or herea.ier, and iuo.e wno liuestib- !
scn.-el uiid urt- not now nitiuibt,r.-t tiiie
amount so contributed 'on the preset! tu-l
tiou of ceriilicMto or alii lavil that the j
ceriilieaie has been lo.-t. Ahv- coairibu-
?' : :; .v , u 7lnr u:eir to-h i HSht to a ;raalia of lho . tnis.
nmi licit ri l iifltllf. lIMCIIeil Ll
liaiict1, can wit li.iraw from the Uiisii.oss Sl'p f ffi H Ii fllT
ud, the trustee to at once refund 5 he "I 7 U ll) li i till
0ft OBI BBBS
the taking of the
oath of ollii:e. whici
was pronouii-ed by the chief justice in
n t . i ii i
i:irui voice, iur. Cleveland assenung to
it ov uowiug ins Head aud k ss a-r t
'IMm 1, 1 U . T . .
iiiki'h ot ine rrftsiiiftnt, i
what is known as the constitutional
oath, and reads as follows:
I do solemnly swear that I will fiiith
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mi y uArvme me ouice oi Diesident of the hnutD. .wi
.- - . i '. ' aim
inltKfl Slulnc an-l i.III .. . L I . r
..... iw wiv uesi Ul nnjtll, ;, il, ..U t .i.. . .
my ability, preserve, nrolecf and defend 1 me superior
the con.-tilution of the United States " court of tl,e respective counties. Tho
lhe Bi ie used in the ceremony business agent is to txw in Mar :mrl
as .LMeu president LievelanU by his November vearlv to th, inurm. .di
......... . T 1-1 " - " - ..11 iuv
it-niM Hiio. liv nis
tee his proportionate part of the sum 1
paid by hi county or sub aliiai.ee. mak
ing affidavit of the number of meuaUera .
of the alliance at the time of
Tiio failure by a trustee to pay such
claim within sixty days works the for- f
leilure of tne charter. The bond ..film
business agent are to be de-
mot tier. on v nine
. i.ijiir.-.L ii n.-, eiut years atro
ut to t.ie same service for which it was
used to day
- ! - - "uv,iai vest.- mat ine
a-c yearot Uie war imnosed mn o,.r
veteran officers. It is no new thi
-- - a, i
men of that strain to l)e equal to any
i - r.0Ugh hew their trough
sisters in Atlanta, Ga U th fnrT f ui mj countrrmen, I am about to -l ,1"11'-
the life of a hiih Snmi 5 mjSielri ,ervice Qndef the sane rAe F!?P,e of th United States have
Child who WA- ift J ?' S?r;S,t,.Te tlTonof. 'olcmnoath. Deeplj moved by the ?KeC-lded tl,at on thl day the control of
KICW to womanhood in tne "Passion of confidence and the personal at- tDe,r Kove, ment iu its legislat ive and
belief that her mother, sisters and chment h' h" called me to this service "fye branches shall be given to the
brothers slighted her. Sheoes into rntl"! m.l latitude caa make no bette; Poltcal Party that is pledged in the most
a minute ntjii ......... u." , : r' euKe i now cive before QnH f"ative lernas to th aeroinnliahmnt of
- ww w iiiiiii w ttzm rinan l m a i -wi,. . m v h v w
in the .familv whiA -kT. J ...V . se , "reserved and com
- " .. IUC Hfcl
ro do rating
ordtred the drv
credit her further. Thi. - " .iTI .. A i:J ?.resent lnPrUnce, to also
I 1 MO 1. I . ClIfilCD
ea ax rnr. iuon io rn. mtoroits j
,!! i , . . , -v .uu weiiare oi
sue uas claimed. The r e DOnore1 me.
reached when her brother ,r,L If!- h- fi.ttic.0,J occasion 'while in
dru r,.:. - '"""V "Prions l bold ci
not CO questions ot
CP nf com. n r
lions and tendencies mo " "1", .u-u "
. . - I . 1 VWtC WDll'.O
11 IS enough, she wnfpi T1 r?m w menace intezritr and upr.,in ,
J ..-'.' - - A llklCllho ... . - """ "1
oorne ail lean bear. May God aveuce citizmT , . ,,e American
to ry in,alUh,Lfen STL .Er SiffS
me. bean thn rnch;n. i. , . nnr ennni.. ,u , cipansion ol
...i; iaLr:?-:,s "c,,,toc - .,r""r.urac,e.nc7r ounnsUtntions
ou"i Miwinucanoa ana suriennff. moral jT, 6a4"8' " ruaesn shocks of Tiolence
a ,d physical, npon the h,JXtTl tbeweuderfui thrift and enterprise of
scoundrels, naming her Whl w"
Oh, mj father, help J0Ur child. ' at threaten,' oJ? Sal vTr 1
I man whn Mnfi.l.n. r . i... , ... o
' t; r , .h o" 'r .r.r:; r "V!i"5Dea tt, courts
xncnmona. Kv i ---- .uineg oi lite and roin., ;
merchant, went to the county derk'a h.IS-J??MJV ,aVr' maJ iii
i uia . i lata
office and had
.n .U 1 . . . I .. .
vkbu record en r.n th i mat iinmi him u ....
eflect that for one year ha would not sell ? doubted that ourstnoendoui,
.and it is.no easyone nor auicklv Koas excePfc for "hf loan money or ZTw ..!;'1?"V V a P16' our country's
r.4 R.. - -;k -- . take adrink of intoxicating lin tt, ""A" oaTe- ,,ren nse to beedlessn
I'v-a-va aa -r avu tuv; VJiC HJ
charge, these reforms .wjill- come,ptr
jiapa sjowlj nt surejjy With a stoat
In I , O.
ovuuu causea a sensation in ih iAwn
wmw w WW SJ
and now the other merchauts are swear-
mjpon rigot ana Jpft.
His of those laws eovfin; Vnr,.:"!!rr.B.f.8,
which we can tio more erade than human life
u escape the Jaws of God and nature
Manifestly nothing is more vital to ,
jpreo;a.ov a I a pUop nd to th, beneficent
Gov. CaTr has appointed Hon. Augtis
us Leazer, of Mooresville, Supt. of the
renitentiary, and the appointment was
promptly confirmed by the Senate. This
is a splendid" selection aud the Govern
or should be congratulated for making
sj happy a hit in thus selecting ns corn
potent aud capable a man for this im
portant position as he could have found
anywhere in the State. Mr. Leazer is a
native of llowan, and is a son" of whom
t,ht refill n r mow ...til I... - .1 r
vw..., iuoj cn ucjuouvi'. ue is a
New Spritis ililliuerv. at Mrs. W. T?
Barker's, Main street. Her goothiare up !
with tliw hi
...v iuvvov ci i ivo UUU JJV1 Ul 1L.I.B Il'a T a
sonable.. I 1111 T r0 n
Messrs. Nicholas & Miller, are ofleiin? .
their winter shoes, nant eoods. eie t.
d below cost. They are cutting urifics !
good man, and his duties will be Well H . lue what th-y have
now ask, as well
as dnShoes, ns
a big line at
such prices that
. yu to see and
judge, for your
self whether or
net profits of the business agency. "t
Iso officer of the agency shall use, or T . "
permit to be used, any part of the fund. ! VV C " Ui 1 J V
directly or indiieetlv f..r
V - 1 ' I'V.D
not embraced m the act of 18SD
act. A violation works a forfei
. L 1 ...
me cnarter wmcli the attorney -geueral I
is to bring-suit to enforce.
and faithfully performed.
a very wise.
tarm retorm. They have thus deter
mined in favor of a more just and equi
table system of Federal taxation. The
agents they have choseu to carry out
their purposes are bound by their promi
ses, not less than by command of their
masters, to devote themselves uuremit
tiugly to this service. While there
should be no surrender of principle, our
task must be undertaken wisely and
without vindictiveness. Our mission is
not punishment, but rectification of
wrongs If, ta lifting the burdens from
Ully life Of Ollr num.la i :..
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ainateand unequal advantages too long
enjoyed, this is hut n PACG rxr in!dA.i
oi our return to riirht and iiunVo tr w
exact from linn ,:,i of Heuderson. tn rlo.vl. u:, .u'
In ii u "",,u6 miuusaajuiescene: i fhjj ma goiu mine
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. . . uu UI31UUUIIUU oi tr. "l'1 lJ ucar xvansom S rSrirf
Congress will probably change the
date of the inauguration faom March 4
to April 30. It would be
The Great Smoky Miueral and Min
ing Company, of Harriman, Tenn., owns
mineral property in Macon and Swain
counties which it intends developing.
Both gold and silver have been discov
ered iu Marshall county, Ala., the silver
iu such quantities as io create much ex
citement. Rocky mountain iniuers are
at work on it.
The Citizen says that the. Elm wood
mine, three mile north of Rutherford ion,
is being successfully operated by Me.ssr.
Jennings and Faucetie. They average
sixty pennyweights of gold a day aud
employ fifteen bauds.
Mr. Geo P. Hart, agent for a gold
mine syndicate which has improved ore
working machinery, has made a con
t -act of sale and lease with J. P. Tavlor
IIIC Una Of (rmianimnnl K. .i
treasured up for all. u hut inir
principle which underlies our free insti
tutions. Whftn we tou. acMo A.i:
ana misconceptions which have blinded
. I . . ,j -v' v. kuumuuu uuuer
tne vicious tHflf l .... i
f L, . ,. ' " " " t UUV UOW
th!? ;?w f?r t,,ey have ,ed wy f'om
tne paths ofcnnunin... i -.
When We oroclaim thnt t.00-.; rL
e. in JSa.th
A Philadelphia company h being
worked up who have control of 5,000
acres cf stoue and timber lauds iu the
near vicinity of Carthage. Their object
is to quarry, mine and manufacture tim-
Kaw T imm . V .
revenue to sunnnrf. ih ' :::J r.3 ". '7"rwu u t0P"erabl
t? bviviuiusunui- lOUiiL OI SLOCK tnknu.
" " VHI
lo sav about it.
The w ide awake, courteous young jew
elers, Mesi-,rs. Reisner & Gorman, Iwain
street, invite attention to their splendid
stock of select goods. They will buy gold
in any quantities paying tlie highest cash
prices for tho same.
Special attention is directed to the Rog
ers Clothing Co's adv't. They are "slash
ing prices all to pieces," and iuvite an
inspection at their elegant new quarters.
Mr, Julius Earnhai td, in the old Man
sion House building, offers a general liiie
of merchandise, ami buys couulry pro
duce at highest market prices.
This week, Messrs E. W. Burt & Co. say
all they want is a trial and i hey -are con
tident that they can .lo you good.
They speak for themselves iu another
To the "Temple of Bargains" we invite
special attention. Mr. W'yatt,ll;e pro
prietor, has dtc.ared war against high
prices aud he doesn't intend to let up
uutil they aie slaughtered; for he has
hoisted tlie red flag, indicative of war to
tbedeath. In the language of Cleveland's
inaugural he lulks piaiu business sense,
to prove his desire to make it to the in
terest of all to visife him and there learn
how they may save money.
M. C. Quinn invites the attention of
farmers to brands of fertilizers he is sell
ing. J. & 11. Ilorah, jewelers, have been
here a loug while. J hey are kuOwo us
gentlemen of integrity and honest deal
ing who guarantee their wares and work.
They are carrying a fuil stock iu their
line at their old quarters ou Main siieet.
E. W. Burt&'Co.
FCRATCHED TEH 4I0HTK3
S- A troublesome skin disease
tn months, and ha3 been UZ'w
cured by a few days' uso of Tzi.l
-IL H. Woixr, Upper Marlboro, JId
I was cared several years ago of white swelling
In my leg t7 usinjr fy-fl and bare haJ n
symptomsof re tnra of the dis-
ease. Many prominent pbytucians attended rna
and all failed, bet 8. St S. did the work.
Paci. W. KiaaPATRiCK, Johasoa City, Teiuu
Treatise on Elcod and Skin Dis
eases mailed free. ;
Swirr Specific Co.,
' : v'-v j : Adanta, Ga.
Mus Julia Force, who killed her
two sisters in Atlanta recently, was
yesterday adjudged .usane bv a iurv.
l and will le feciit to an - insane nsyluni.
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E.C. MEACHAM kWlAZ CQ.. mtt$M
Children Cry fcr Pitcher's Ptcrla.