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STATE CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 189(1
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. THE CHRONICLE'S SYMPOSIUM OF llltlOUT MINDS. State Superintendent of Schools Finger Emlorr Prof. Winston's Ar'icle and DitciiNsca Public Schools A Texas Letter The A. and M. Hoys at Cary. the eggs in town and cooked them up for breakfast and then marehA Koi; jineir aeDortment in vjarv vn.q vopv orderly and respectful. They had merely left to play "April Fool" ou the pro fessors. Prof. Collier Cobb, who has been sick at Cambridge, Mass., is expected home to-morrow. PIIOF. VIN8TONS ARTICLE EN DORSED. (Special Cor. State Ciihoxiclk ) This article should have appeared everal days ago, out news items have pressed our coluttus so that it has been crowded out. But it is so good that the delay can take nothing from it. Edi tor. Kaliigu, N. C, March 28. I am much pleased to see that the public school question is likely to be freely dis cussed in the Chronicle. I think I am one of the last men to desire to have the loople taxed beyond their reasonable ability to pay; but this school question is the people's q'ustiou, and they will properly dispose of it. No one ought to be afraid of the discussion of this sub ject. Let all the light be thrown upon it that is possible. Iiet what we are doing really and in comparison with other States and coun tries be known; let what the different cities in our own State are doing and the effects thereof be stated; let the bearing of the tegro question on the echool problem be investigated the amount of money the negroes get for schools and the amount they pay in taxes for tbem, and the good or tvil re sulting to the negroes and the State; let us consider whether, whatever may be said about the good or evil effects of the education of the negro, we can afford not to educate the white people of the State; let us consider the statement so freely made that our schools are inefli cient because of tho short terms and of incompetent teachers; let us recognize the fact that, even if it were the proper thing to do, it is impossible to abolish the public schools; let us recognize the further pot jut fact that, with the money now paid, the schools cannot possibly b3 made much better. Professors Mclver and Alderman in their Institute work are earnestly and intelligently trying to improve the teach ers, and they are doing much in that di rection. They are likewise discussing .ill the points above named and securing the people's attention to them, and the iTess is helping much to bring our real condition to the knowledge of the peo ple and to get them in good earnest to consider it and what ought to be done. Such articles as the one from Prof. G. T.Winston, in yourissueof the 27th inst , will do much to further investigation. I for one want to thank him for that ar ticle. It was indeed 4an object lesson" to show what wonderful results are pos sible by co-operation in school work. UoliUboro was selected not inappropri ately. Similar results might be shown by the history of other city schools in the State. Indeed these city schools have, in the main, illustrated good methods of teaching and school manage- I i i :mn,ilod the, I Ml mem, uuu uave ttcu u iujpiwjv nv whole school work of the State. I was also glad that such an article was written by a Professor of our Uni vorsity, itself a public school. As the head of the public school system, it is of course expected that all the teaching at the University will be such as thorough ly to impress every student with the necessity of public education, and of the most liberal support of it in money that the people can afford. I was also glad that Prof. Winston gave due credit for such intelligent work aud good result in the Goldsboro schools to Messrs. Moses, Alderman, Joyner, Claxton, Kennedy, B. C. Mc lver, and Howell. If Prof. Winston had been giving his object lessson in the history of other city schools in the State. h enuld have said much about other men who have demonstrated the cheap titter nnfl irood results of co-operation in du hi In fchool work. If we can agree as to what ought to be done in tuiblic education in the cities and in the country districts, wc will find the means to do it. " Where there is a will there is a way." Very respectfully, 8. M. Fingeh, Supt. Pub. Inst. AN IIONOHED TEXAN WHO IS A NATIVE NOKTI1 CAROLINIAN. Special Cor. of Statk Chronicle. Cisco, Tex., March 30. -Enclosed find postal note, renewal of my subscription to the Chronicle. I can't do without a North Carolina paper, and naturally waut the best one I can get; ergo. Let tne wish you continued success in the weekly, and a rapid growth in the new-born daily, and predict both. The higher respect which you have won for old, aggressive and unsubsidized jour nalism in North Carolina deserves and insures success. One of the best known and most hon orud men in Texas is William Carroll Crawford, a North Caiolinian, born in Fayetteville, 1804 He is the sole sur viving signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence of 18:56. He is a lineal descendant of Charles Carroll a signer of the Dec'aration of American Inde pendence; and if any more declarations 1 are going to need signing the family can bo relied upon ; he has twelve childiea. I might write much of the greatness of Texas; of the enormous increase of her taxable valuation; of her annual expenditure of more than two million dollars for public schools, supplemented by a no less amount by local taxation; of her future. possibilities; and of the lpular error in the East of a "Wild, and woolly West." But it would be a retlection upon your intelligenca. 0. G. Foist.. NEWS ITEMS FROM CARY. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER is the most wonderful med icine, is because it has never failed in any in stance, no matter what the disease, from LEP ROSY to the simplest disease known to the hu man bj stem. The scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease is CAUSED BY MICROBES, AND- 'S MI 12 KILLER Exterminates the Microbes and drives them out of tho system, and when that ia done you cannot have an ache or pain. No matter what the disease, whether a simple case of Malaria Fever or a combination of diseases, we cure them ull at the same time, as we treat all dis eases constitutionally. Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh, Bron chitis, Rheumatism, Kidney aud Liver Disease, Chill- and Fever, Fe male Troubles, in all its lornis, aud, iu fact, every Disease known to the Human System. Beware of Fraudulent Imitations. See that our Trade-Mark (same as above) appears on each jug. v?fnd.f"r book "Ui8t(ry of the Microbe Killer," given away by LEE, JOHNSON & CO., DRUGGISTS, . RALEIGH, N. C. szxr t, . - H?7v 1 1 n. - II May do you g towards our t pick at our LIVELY more ways than 0110. If .t will give vou the first :w SPRING STOCK OF- Men and Boy's Clothing. CLOTHIERS SHATTERS THEY ARE HERE. THE PKETT1EST LINE OF CARRIAGES Ever offered in this market. BFAUTIFUL. DESIGNS Trimmed in Silk Goods, Satin Russe, Cretonnes and Plush. Parasols in colors with blue edges. WE OFFER CARRIAGES At 7.82, worth $10.00 " 8.50 H.50 9.62 " 12.00 44 10.10 44 12-50 44 10.20 44 14.00 44 13.12 44 16.00 44 ISilO 44 18.00 44 1 5.87 44 19.00 44 1 6.12 44 20.00 44 1 8.22 u 22.00 44 18.72 44 23.00 " 19 62 44 24.00 44 20.42 44 25 00 " 21.48 44 26.00 Call and get a Bargain. THOMAS H. BRIGGS & SONS HEW FOUNDRY, SEW MACHINE SHOP. NORTH STATE MUSIC COMPANY it vou waul a Piano or Organ come to bee ua or drop us a pos tal card. We have the best line of first- class goods in the market. We will save you money. Having equipped our shop with new and improved tools, we are prepared to do all kinds of machine work in a first-class aud workman-like manner, and as cheap as first class work can be done anywhere. Overhauling and repairing engines a spe cialty. Messrs. WOOD & PARK, Being first-class a su: raclicil men themselves cient guarantee. is GIVE THEM A TRIAL,. mhl M y ioi West St., Raleigh, N. C. i I i We are sales agents for Ice from the Raleigh Ice Factory and are now readv to fill orders at wholesale and retail, from five lbs. to one Hundred tons of best quality and at low rates. JONES & POWELL. Livery, Bearding and Sals Stables. We have purchased the liverv and sale sta bles owned by G. W. Wynne, and enlarged the outfit with some fine Horses, Buggies, &c, which are for hire to responsible and careful people at reasonable rates. BOARDING. As we buy feed in large lota from firet hands at lowest cash prices, we are prepared to board stock on the beet the country affords at kock bottom prices, and guarantee good attention. Ice Cold Soda and Mineral Waters. J. HAL BOBBITT'S DRUGSTORE. in H H M o c H ft I'incCiRar Cigarettes and Tobacco. Buist'g Fresh Garden Seed. I have recently increased my stock, and am now 1,1,1,1 to supply anything in the Drug Line -for the various ailmenN to which humanity is subject. T 1 1 i . . x nave una my siore nicely papered, with othor attract; ir j 1 1 . 1 w Immure aaaea, ana can assure the Public that my ..iuipnn-nt is complete. DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY, toii vt ARTICLES, SUNDRIES AXD SEEDS. PHYSICIANS' PERSCRIPTIONSFILLED AT ALL 1 HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT. ATTENTION TO BUSINESS. y PRICES GUARANTEED. AND LOWEST J. HAL. BOBBITT'S DRUGSTORE. Prescrip tion Ac c urate ly Com. pounded. J IK. are Those wishing to to purchase horsoa solicited to call on Mr. Holder, our Superin- 4SConsider.'ng the high quali ity of our goods and our intensely low prices, we cannot soil on $5.00 per month, but we will on good or for cash at unheard of noes. Guitars and all iualitien musi t al instruments. C. G. STONE, 111 Kavetteville St. KALEian, N. C. J. R, FERRALL & CO, FRESH AND RELIABLE GROCERIES, 222 Fayetteville Street. Telephones Stables No. 95, Store No. 41, Wood, Coal and Lumber Yard No, 71. JONES & POWELL, AUCTION SALE OFFARMING LANDS. By virtue of power conferred on me by a certain deed of trust, executed by Aus tin Gilmore and wife, which is duly re corded in Registry of Wake county, in Book No. U8, Page 424, 1 will offer for sale at the courthouse door in the ity of Ral eigh, N. C, on Monday, April 7th, 1890, at Vi o'clock m., the property in said deed of trust, described and known as the home stead tract of said Gilmore, located in. Middle Creek Township, Wake county, N. G , containing 115 acres; more or less. Terms of sale cash. B. F. MONTAGUE, March 6, 1S90. Trustee. mar9-' NEW, HANDSOME AND STYLISH CLOTHING ! CROSS & LINEHAN, 210 Fayetteville Street Holleman Uuildiu. A new store with the e eweat and most sonvenient arrangement. A new stock ot clothing and furnishing goods jnst coming in. A new wav of selling bv hav ing the prices like the customers want th'em. " THESE ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE FACTS! You will think of buying a Spring Suitor Overcoat soon, and we want you to find wLtre v..nr interest lies in buying. e aek you to vieit ocr store and see our Jock can show and present tacts which cannot be properly stated in words. And these fact are ot interest to your pocket and also your personal appearance. Both these are matters for your care and attention. nd ?W' Wwn y0U ihh1 f,bu?ing remember we invite you to consult vnnr interest We can show what we cannot tell, ltemember this. re'L CROSS & LINEHAN, Clothiers, RALEIGH, N. C. HISTORY ! LAW! PHILOSOPHY ! SCIENCE ! 1 BOOKS FICTION ! WIT! I SCHOOL BOOKS! Sunday-School Books, Gift Books, Juvenile Books, Blank Books. -ANY ORDFlt PROMPTLY FILLED BY- THE YAKBOUO HOUSE. It. B. ItANEY, Prop'r, Haleioh, N. C. Kates, $2 50 per day. $10.50 to $15 per week Evaporated California Apricots. Peach s, Prunes, Raspberries, &c, Sec N. C. Dried Apples and Peaches. New York Medium Beans. California Dried Lima Beans. Imported Parmesian Cheese, grated for Macaroni. Edam and Pine-apple Cheese. Tarbell Cheese. Hazard's Strawberry Tomato Ketchup, best in the world. School Work WILL BE ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., The North Carolina Book and Stationery Supply House. BOOKS FOR BUSINESS!" BOOKS FOR FUN! :o: SPECIALTIES IN FANCY STATIONERY. COMPLETE BUSINESS OFFICE OUTFITS OF BOOKS, PAPER, INKS, WAX, MUCILAGE, STANDS, ERASERS AND EVERYTHING ELSE. Visiting Cards and Gift and Memento Cards without limitation as to variety and beauty. Complete catalogue free on application. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., RALEIGH, N. O. OUR GREAT SPECIALTY -FOR THE- iVEXT NINETY DAYS. NEW PRESSES, NEW TYPE, FRESH PAPER, AND SKILLED WORKMEN. HOTEL FLORENCE. T. Q. Arrington, Manager, Rai.f.ioh, N. C. Rooms, with meals at Yarboro House, $2.00 per day; $10.00 per week. irSpecial ratea to lawyers attending Su-ar8-ly premo Court J. P. GUTHRIE, Real Est tite Aent, Silei City, Chatham Co., N. C. Correspond dnce solicited from all sections ot the county. Valuable larm and town lands bought and sold Persons desiring to locate in this section or purchase lands will do well to communicate with me. mchl7-d&w-lm THE VICTOR TYPE-WRITER Smoked" Salmon. Yarmouth Bloaters. Boneless Cream Codfish and Mackerel. Fine New Catch N. C. Roe and Cut Herrings. ignty cnaracter8. .Excels in quality Verv simple, easy to learu. of lias ei work. The beat Type-writer for the money. Price $15.00 Only. Sample of actual work sent on applicaiion. WILLIAM AS DALE, Lealer, Raleigh, N. C. IVotice or Sale. lis By virtue of authority given in a deed in tnwtiromW. C. Woolhef, recorded in the Register's office of Wake eountv, in book 104, page 241, 1 wdl sell on Monday, the 21st dav of April 1800, at tho Courthouse door of Wake county, a lot of land situate in said county of Wake and near the Fair Grounds, adjoining the lands of W. R. Crawford, Albert Williams, and bounded by the Chapel Hill Road on the North and Holt street on the East, and fullv described in said deed in trust, which is hereby referred to. Terms of sale cash; time of sale 12 o'clock, m. J. N. HOLDING, March 19, 1890. mchl9-d-tds Trustee. The A. Ar M. Hoys, Like the King o! t rance, MajrchedlTp the Hill, Then Marched Down Again. (Special Cor. State Chronicle.) Cart, N. C, April 2, 1890. Thirty-nine students from the A & M. College marched into Cary on the first of April, with a white flag floating above them, keeping step to music on a French harp and bones. They had escaped the guard and gotten out of their,qTiarter in the college at 4 a. m. They tried to have a good time, but the fun was get ting monotonous. They bought up all AUCTION SALE OF LAND. By virtue of power conferred on me by a certain deed of trust executed by- Hil Itatd T. Smith.' which is duly recordedin Registry of Wake county, N. C. in book No. 3 page 494, as well as by direction of said Smith, I will ou Monday, April 7, t S tZ i?Jti?:, JLne vC25 ! Prompt Delivery. - Next to Citizen's Bank lor sale to the highest bidder for cash, all KING'S ROYAL 6ERMETEUR Has rroved to be one of the verv best reme dies ever offered to anv neople. It has made Termanent r.nres ot cases tliat many other remedies failed to cure. It does not matter how complicated your case may be, it will surely have a good and wonderful eflfect if nrorjerlv used, for it is a GERM REMEDY and CURES by KILLING THE L1V rva ovtims of diseases. And nearly all are cerm diseases. If you are troubled with any diaease don't despair until you have given ROYAL GERME- TEUK a lair trial, lou win always oe giau of having used it. Try a gallon. Price re rlr.ried from 2.50 to II 50 per gallon. None the Red. White and Blue label. A. E. JORDAN, Agent, Raleigh, N. C Prices on Fancv Groceries and Produce have also been reduced and vou can get any thine Vou want in Groceries at the lowest " .prices, all new aatl tres.n, at A. . JORDAN'S the property in said deed described, being one tract of land in Houses' Craek town ship containing about 60 acres, one 10-horse-power Tanner Engine; one Boss Cotton Press; one Centennial Cotton Gin and fixture. B. P. MONTAGUic, Raleigh, March 6, '90. Trustee, marf). v For Rent ! The store. No. Favetteville street. For merlv occunied bv J. L. Stone as a furniture and music store. Possession Kiven imme' diately. For terms apply to Wm. B. Grimes or F. J. Haywood. 2-21-lm MS" Estimates furnished on application. Largest aud beet equipment in our line in the State. EDWARDS & BROUGHTON, Printers, Binders and Blank Book Manufacturers, Raleigh, N. C. Y i mm MM EE n The makers of the Ball corset have a bon-fire two or three times a year to burn up the corsets that women have worn a week or two or three, and taken back to the stores because they didn't like 'em. How many corsets get burned, do you think ? One in three-thousand. That means that when three-thousand women try the Ball corset, one of 'em makes up "her mind that it isn't the corset for her. That's too bad ! A corset that's right for two-thousand nine-hundred and ninety-nine women ought be pretty nearly right for the other one. Her husband must have his hands full ? We have a primer on Cor sets for you at the store. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. ESTABLISHED 1875. I Have just returned f i um the X.rth E. F. W?iS & CON, ern Markets with the largest and 109 E. Martin St., 109 E. Mabtin St., KALE1QH, RALEIGH, ON, N. 0 N. best assortment of Imported SPRING AND MJiUMER SUITINGS ever ofler- MANUFACTUKERS AND DEALERS IN ed in the city of Raleigh. My terms -HARNESS AND SADDLEKT--HARNESS AND SADDLERY- are CASH, which will enable me o OP OP EVERY EVERY AUCTION SALE OF LAND. ON MONDAY, THE 7th DAY OF Anril ISQrt of V) m . 11 ,.. for sale to the highest Didder for cash, at the courthouse door in the city of Raleigh, me luuuwing properly: 1st. One tract of land in House's Creek township, ad joining the lauds of Ander son Page, G. H. Smith and S. H. mitb. containing 36 acres trtore or less. 2d. One mouse colored mule. 3d. One half interest in one 10 horse power lanner engine; one Uoss Cotton Press; one Centennial Cotton Gin with all the shaftings, pulleys, &c, thereto belonging. This ssle is made by virtue of the power.- given us in three mortgages by Milliard T. Smith, and recorded in the office of the Kegister of Deeds for Wake county iu Book 70, page 182, book 103, pacre 534, book 106. page 236. LATTA & MY ATT, Raleigh, March G, '90. Mortgagees. mar9- THE CELEBRATED - DANACEA - JT ANACEA WATER Yl ATER-- Abs lately a Wonder iu Curing Stom&cb, Bowel, Kidney, Livor and Cutaneous Affections. A Mt del Appotiser, Tonic and Blood Purifier. Pucasant I Harmless 1 Reliable 1 Reeoivmended by eminent physicians and er doreed by many distinguished gentle men for its rare and extraordinary efficacy. Fir 1 ss for Children and Adulut. and be convinced. FOR SALE BY - Tiv it sell these goods at astonishingly low figures. Come early and make your Horse Blankets DESCRIPTION. DESCRIPTION. Horse Blanket Horse Blankets Horse Blankets selection before my Stock has been picked over. Pleasure taken iu Showing Stock and LAP KOBES AND LAP APRONS LAP ROBES AND LAP APRONS IN VARIETY. IN VARIETY. IN VARIETY explaining how an elegant and satis factory outfit can be had at small cost. T. WINETROB, MERCHANT TAILOR, rj. 114 Fayetteville St. AUCTION SALE 0FCiTY PROPERTY. By virtue of power conferred on me by a certain deed of trust, executed by M. L. Hay nes and wife, which is duly recorded in Registry of Wake County, in Book No, 92, on Page 723, 1 will offer for sale at the courthouse door in Raleigh, N. C, on Monday, April 7th, 1890. at 12 o'clock m., the property in said deed of trut de scribed and known as the residence of said Haynes, located on North Swain St., between New Berne Avenue and East Edenton St.. in the city of Raleigh, N. C. Terms of sale cash. B. F. MONTAGUE, March 6, 1890. Trustee. mar9- North Carolina BUILDING AND X OAN A SSOCIATION u ding and Xjoan Association Raleigh Bban-ch. N. B. Bboughtok, President. Geo. W. Thompson, Sec'y and Treas. J. N. Hour-G, Attorney. A Pume Institution. Loans on Real Estate Low Bate of Interest. The sane Dividends paid to every shareholder. Ktn & MoGee, Robert Simpson and McKimmon. If jour druggist does not keep it, send f 1 0 for 3W8F.O. B. to John A. Williams, Oxford, N. C. Head Agency for U. S. A 2-10-3t If Yoc Want to Ui y a NICE SUIT OF CLOTHES CHEAP! Call On D. W. C. HARRIS, on Wilmington Street. DURHAM & NOWERN RAILWAY. Sunday, March 2d, 1S'.. Trains Daily Except Sunday TRAINS MOVING NORTH. sta'T's. Pan.s'gr. Pa-igr. 1 AiV Duruaiu o p in V) .i-t a in I " Bennehan f, 04 p m 11 10 a in i " Creednioor 32 m 1132 a in j " Hester r.ift p m 11 42 a m I " Tar River 7 18 p m 11 52 a m " Clag 7 40 p m 12 07 p m " Watkins 8 0:$ p m 1221 p m Ar Henderaon 8 30 p m 12 45 p m TRAIJVS MOVING SOUTH. DIRECTORS. N. b. Broughton, Frank Stronach, Phil- p Taylor, L. H . Wyatt, J. f Drewry, Edgar G. Leach, T. B. Crowder, . B. Yancey, J. i). Bouahall, W. H. Hughes STATIONS. Pass'gr. , Passgr. W. T. PAYNE, Special Agent. 4 Office with J. N. Holding. Lv Henderson " Watkins... ' Clag " Tar River. " Hester " Creednioor 3 40 Bennehan i 3 53 in m m in m mi m Ar Durham ' 4 30 p mi 210 p 2 33 p 3 01 p 3 18 p 3 29 p P P COO a m 6 33 a m 7 02 a in 7 28 a m 7 52 a m 817 am 8 40 am 9 30 a m WM. MONCURE, Sup't.