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STATE 6'kEOmOl.E, THURSDAY,' MAY 8, igflq.
VOU THE EKOAMPMEST. BARGAINS I 'OUT MACON DECLARED TO RE TIIK HI-hi' PLACE FOH THE -S 1 1 31 M K It R E N I ) 1 : 7. V O US OF Til E GUARD. Tin Adv.mtng of ii Government lSe rrvatl u ami Fortress, and the Nu lloiml Co-operationSuperiority of Itcuufort and 31 ore he ail City Over Wrlzlittvllle. Special Cor. Statx Chronicle. A good and proper location for an an nual encampment of tho State Guard is a matter of very great importance to tho Guard, aud of tfreat interest to tbo people of the whole State, to all of whom tho maintenance and well-being of the State Guard is of audi vital im portance. Wilmington has proven a failure as a place rf p'-riaaneut cacurupment, pos-se.-sing n mo of the features of attractiou MUiUcu tit to ia;iko it dcMiable o the pari of the members of tho State Guard to return t hero for their rummer encauip n.uit. Wilmington s access. bo from ail tho lines ot i ail way transportation, and it U a tint- c tj : b:if tLo lccitiou of tint ouipat Wiuutsvilte is miserably bad Th'.te : no &o A boating aud sail ing tl v , watch is the chief ieature of at t:ic l 'u at a seaside tncampment. A ..a-coa;t k cation is rt yarded as ptie.allo to any other on account of the desirability ot instructing the Guard ;u it.v- gunning of tbo soa-oast Battery, wb n the I'liud States bas undertaken to ii.r'd.-b the bat 'cry and, nffcrd the nit;.-i'o instruction in thu avs of coat tie i c:;ce. It will not bo denied that our State troops should be thoroughly tfthcnlid iu every phase of modern gun- tierv. ami if they are to reach a stale of pii..iiJenc) tho government should istal jidi a thorough school of artillery in mi ru .'tiou, topedo Wrtifato and coast de fence. All this should be easy to secure, by inviting the government to come with its tie. mis of coldiers and corps of instruc ( ot -t upon its own grouud. '1 lie fortress of Macon, just across from Morvhead City, is a government fort aud reservation. Here are already established all the facilities for mounting heavy guns and getting into desirable pof ition all tho paraphernalia of modern co.it defences, torpedoes, dynamite gun.', ; while the sea front there uf lords a Held for target practice with the great guns iqual, if not superior to that at tV.ri!e."s Monroe. It is &s) iu eoidemplation t: organize too o.;di:jg merchant marine of tho lal States into a eorp.s for navai drill anl practice, as tho mihti i is now being org ini.i-d atid drilled for field notations j and land defence, aud the government j virAf bas 8!guiUed its purpo-o of aiding the Sta'es in such enterprise, upon which it b i- virtually invited them to enter, lkaufort harbor is one of the finest e s for tho rendezvous and rnamiuver i .g of a volunteer coast naval lleet in i.io whole t ouutiy, while at Wiightsville no ; r. thing tier vvuld bj possible, il. tetbeiaul aud na .1 forces of the S; re, would come together annually, to Is'' uutu;.l diversion, advantage and di . u'ticy of bHh. Tins- are considerations well worth -Aoikbit g In th: late war Southern ia- tflicieuey and defeucelessness manifest- 1 ed itself painfully in our want of naval i -is ruction and appliances, and if we sLaU ever bo called upon to exert the military power of tho State, wo shall nocd tl.o use of a well trained naval arm. Ar Fort Macon are good quarters for tioips i t fort iHcai ion, and the green .sAarddttho cxteiicive fort grounds is inviting for tho erection of a camp of tin's. There is a Hue hespba' building Mure, offering tho best and most ample accr-minodations for the medical staff, while H:aufort aud Morchead are both delightful reports, unsurpassed. The government would readily grant lort Macon and tho reservation to the State, as a place for tho permanent en eampmnt of her Guard, and place the Fo-t in at-y state of repair and tquip iDi nt that'tho authorities might request. Tho attention of the Governor is called to this f object in the light of tho mate rial welfare of the State. Anything that etn now direct attention to tho harbor of Horn fori, fr lead to the utilization of it superior facilities, should euli-t the interest and z- al of the State executive, whil.i the State, as a stockholder in the Atlantic and N. C. railroad, cannot be indifferent to auythiug that proposes to au;;mvut aud further tho progress and development of the ocean terminus of the State Central systsm of railway. Vetekan. ' GREEN'SHORO. promised delegates, and Mrs. Isabella Charle Davis, of New York city, na-! tional corresponding secretary, will be ! present., j of hands de & SON Hf.i H i- ... ' 1 iuajor nawKius, civil engineer, with bis c m,n U also busy laying out the lots, &c. The Guilford county Farmers' Alliance is issuing invitations to every sub Alli ance in the State to meet in Greensboro, July 23-24, to hold a grand pic-uic. Col. Folk and several other speakers of national reputation have consented to be present and address the farmers. The Greenrboro and Oak Ride bovs had a game of baseball at the Battle Ground celebration; but for want of time, neither were declared the victors. Greensboro's nine was behind w hen the engineer on tho C. F. & Y. V. called time. flPRIXG AND SUMMER MILLINERY -AT- 14 E. MARTIN STREET. ELEGANT CH ALLIES, 5c. a yard LADIES' IMBBED VESTS. 10 CTS. EACH. Sun Umbrellas, from 55 cents each. A Large AHsortm'ent of Ladies' and Miases' Hats, 25c. Gents' Gauze Shirts, 25c each. 500 Tits. LADIES' GLOVES AND MITTS, 25c. Best 6-Gord Spool Cotton. The admirabli e working qualities OVK STOCK OF Laces, Embroideries and Embroidery Skirting is the prettiest and cheapest in the city. 1IIGH NOVELTIES IN TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED GOODS. full line of Children's Hats at Prices. all Novelties in Ribbons, Flowers, Feath ers and all Millinery Materials. SURAH S1L-K (All Shades) at 50c. a yard. THE BEST CORSET IN TOVN I OB 50c, And very good one for 25c. Our line of Pants Goods For Cheapness and Quality cannot be surpassed. ! We are receiving daily, by Express, all the j latest styles iu Ladies' Hats, Wreaths, Rib i bons. Laces, Etc. ; A few pieces of White and Pink Tarietou, j Sa tines, Dress Goods, White Goods .in every style ana quality. oi tnis tnreaa have not been narrowed down to one class of sewing machine, but charmingly apply to 4 EVERY KNOWN FORM OF SEWING MACHINE. SEE COLOR-LIST CONTAINING 158 DIFFERENT SHADES. i . Richmond & Danville R. R. Go. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. In Effect Feb. 16th, 1890. Orders from a distance will prompt attention. receive Prices reasonable and satisfaction guar anteed at Miss Maggie Ree3e's, 209 Fayetteville St. PRE TTY FUBNITTJRE MAKES COSY HOMES ! COSY HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE I SOUTHBOUND. DAILY. -AND- I A.G. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day by the liberal tei ms they offer on all kinds of FURNITURE! Fancy Chairs! Hall Hacks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Every tiling! Chu-Tnl.'r Suits, complete, in great variety Broken Suits provided if desired. ! No. 50. No. 52. Lv. Richmond j 3 00 p in 3 30 a m " Burkville I 5 00pm 4 29 am 4 4 Keysville 5 41 p m 5 08 a m " Danville 8 40 pm 805 am Ar. Greensboro .... 10 27 p m 9 42 a m Lv. Goldsboro 2 20 pm 5 00 p m Ar. Raleigh 4 40 pm 90O.pm Lv. Raleigh , 4 45 pm 100 am " Durham 5 48 pm 2 55 am Ar. Greensboro .... 8 20pm 7 30am Lv. Winston Salem 5 30 p m 615 am " Greensboro.... 10 37 pm 9 50 am Ar. Salisbury 12 26 a m 11 18 a m " Statesville .... l 49 a m 13 09 p m " Asheville 7 22 am 427 pm " Hot Springs ... 9 33 a m 6 15 p m Lv. Salisbury 12 32 a m 11 23 am Ar. Charlotte 2 05 am 12 40 p m " Spartanburg... 4 51am 338 pm " Greenville 5 56 am 446 pm " Atlanta 1100 am 9 40 pm Lv. Charlotte 2 20 a m i 00 p m Ar. Columbia 6 30 a in 5 10 p m " Augusta 10 30 am 9 00 pm I ! DAILY. NORTHBOUND,) i j No. 51. Xo. 53." Lv. Augusta . . 6 10 p m 8 50 a m " Columbia j 10 35 p m 12 50 p m Ar Charlotte ! 813 am 515 Dm Lv. Atlanta. Ar. Green-lile ... " Spartanburg. " Charlotte " Salisbury 6 00 pm 12 35 am1 13;) an- 4 5 a m 6 02 am KING'S KOYAL GERMBTEUK Istlio remedy tnr yon to uso, lir it is oeo of , tli-1 lt ever ollVrf d. If you aio troubled vit Rht'iumatiMn, Catanh, "Dyspepsia, Indi- j;stion, Nervous lleadaelie, Liver and Kid- ' ney troubles, skm disense or any blood dis- i ease, at oneo and get a bott'e of ''Roya' ; (lermoteur; " use aocordiup; to dircetions and it will eiir you. Thousindri are lining this 1 ! luedu'iiK! aii'l all reconnneiul it . r-alt s havn ! inereas d a uui;dred per ent. in RaUihui I tlie padt thirty days Nearly four hundred j gallons sold here in th past bixty pays; sov- j enty-rive gallons sold in tho last ten dayn J Give K. It. I. a fair trial and youVill be pleased with results. Send for circulars and see wliat those who hwo tiied Goirneteur say j about it. De.ilers handling or desiring to handle thi j medieiuo will iind i: to their interest tj order j of or col respond with A. E. JORDAN, j AGT. Dll. KING S ICOYAL GEllilETEUR, Raleigh, N. C. V a will aeeomrnortatfi von and olpa,Hft vrm 1 you will let us, We have too many things to talk about. Come and bop them ! It will be like going to a fair. Lv. Hot Springs . " Asheville Statesville . . 11 10 pm 12 40 a m oV.i am 7 10 am 1 48 pm 2 52 p m 5 30 pm 7 05 pm JKO. W. CROSS. CROSS & LINEHAN, W. A. L1NKHAV. -LEADERS IX- Fine Clothing, Hats and Gents' Furnishings, SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED G.G. SHIRT FINE NECKWEAK - A SPECIALTY. FULL LINE OF -CHILDREN'S - AND Boys' Clothing! 2t0 Fayetteville St., Raleigli, IV. C, OOI-iIDE2Sr OPPORTUNITY ! OOODS MUST BE SOLD I 300 values f aU W01, blaCk eolore(i drcs3 o'ooda at a fraction more tha half A Piec,es black and colored silks (plain aud fancy Surah silks) at far lesa than New JJ ork cost. 200 PlaiU aUi lancy Paraol; a le8s than factory cost. 2000 pieCCS f ladies' Cam1,ric an1 Muslin Underwear, at 50e. on the dollar. 400 GcatS' dreSS Snirt3 at 60c-' 85c' rj2(1 90c' worth S50- 1-10 and 11.25. A Pairs Gents ad Ladies' hand-welt and hand-sewed fine Shoes, and vou can s ve JLO) from $1.00 to $2.00 on any pair of them. 3 A complete line of French and American Corsets at a large discount from regular price White Goods, Laces, Embroideries. Gloves. Uosierv. Neck-wear. Ribbons vZnrv fin.M.' i. Cuffs, Cravats, Jewelry and a host of other things that vou can buv at i.ri.-o'ihi i-:'n' Collars biraplv astonish you. x THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD. UPCHTJRCH &, NORRIS, Trustees, A, G. RHODES & CO., E. Martin St. No. 10 Exchange Place. 12 25 pm 2 07 p m 0 06 um r. Salisbury ! 5 53 am! G 50 p m Lv. Salisbury : G 07 a m 7 12 p m Ar. Greensboro . . . . 7-45 am 8 40 pm. Ar. Winston-Salem ill 40 a m 12 30 a m There never was a time in 1 1 well as now so we the world when things were Guitars! Guitars! Guilford Ilattle Ground Celebration ;iiUlord Veterans K. 1)' -Steele Co. farmer Aroum--naeb:ill. (ji'.LENsiioiio, N. C, May 7. Yester- !ay was tho anniversary of the Guilford iiatilo Ground Co., and notwithstanding lhi rain, many people wcro on hand to mjoy tho day with each other. Tho Guilford Grays and Continentals wore in uniform and made a handsomo military display. D. L. Clark, tho artist at High Point, presented tho Battle Ground Company a rich oil painting of tho church which ntood at New Garden during tha Revolu tionary war 109 yeara ago. It will be remembered this church was used as a hospital for tho wouuded of the mern oruolo Htrugglo at Guilford Court House Mr. Clark made a pretty talk m paint-io-jtlio pcture, which was happily re nnded to on bjhalf of tha Battle Grand Cumpauy by Lieut. Wallace Scales, of thu Guilford Gray. Thu Guilford Couniy Ex Confederate Association then held its annual meet Whilo tho committee on officers fr the etiitiing year were out, Judge D. Nci:etitk and Mayor ForbU were exiled upou, and made sooio patriotic remarks? Col. J. K. Boyd re.-ponded on behalf of h j veterans iu his usual otTective and impressive manner. Tho following ollicrs were elected : I. W. Scott, Piesident; Jas. W. Albright, si'crctary and Dr. II. M. Alford, Treas urer; with eighteen Vice-Presidents one from each township in the county. Judge Schenck then requested the president to take his Associatkurto the B G. Lodge and register their names, together with tho company and regiment 'with which they served, and sixty-one wero found to bo present. Tho King's Daughters' convention on the Hth-lOth instants promises to be an interesting occasion. Several of the prin cipal towns of the State have already Of all small musical instruments tbo Guitar is at present tho mot popular. Thry would be JIOKE popular if there were no cheap im ported Guitars s Id. The necks of those chcip instruments WILL WAUP, nd it is impotsi blo to play well on ono, besides the frets are not correct. Call an.; see ovir AMERICAN tiUITAKS, Especially tho famous STIIATTON UAKP :iIITA!W, Which are the sveetust tuned and most dura ble Guitars mado. SOLID ROSEWOOD BODY, SPAN ISH CEDAR NECK, CONVEX FINGER HOARD, CURVED FRETS, ROSEWOOD TRIMMINGS, Ac. Price of "Harp" Guitars, $20, $22, $25 up. We have American Guitars 12.50 up. We have Guitars $5.00 up. YTe would be pleased to have you call and select, or to correspond with you if you desire a Giutar. NORTH STATE MUSH. J CO. niade so things. There never was a time when things were sold so acceptably some things. Take the Kabo corset for an instance, of both. If it breaks its " bones" in a year, come to us and get your money back. If it kinks its "bones" and rolls up, as most of the corsets do on w-omen of cer tain forms, money back. If it slips or shifts its "bones," you get your money back. If it doesn't suit you, after wearing a week or two, bring it back and get your money. We have a primer on Lor sets for you at the store. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. J. R. FERRALL & CO, a l I- Lv. Greensboro Ar. Durham . . . " Raleigh Lv. Riil-igh Ar. Goldsboro . Lv. Greensboro .. Ar. Danville I " Keysville ; " Burkville " Richmond 9 45 am 11 00 p m 12 01 p ml 5 00 a m 1 05 p m I 7 45 a m HISTORY I LAW! PHILOSOPHY! SCIENCE ! I FICTION ! WIT I 1 l 05 pm) 9 00 am 3 00 pm; 13 50 p m T50 am 9 33 am 12 45 p m 1 c5 p m 3 45 p ro S 50 p m 10 20 p m 150 am 2 45 a m 5 15 am BETWEEN West Point, Richmond and Raleigh. Via Keysville, Oxford and Durham. 54 & 102 STATIONS. SCHOOL BOOKS! Sunday-School Books, Gift Books, Juvenile Books, Blank Books. ANT Or.DTT. TKOMPTLT FILLED BY- ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., The North Carolina Book and Stationery Supply House. :o: BOOKS FOR BUSINESS! BOOKS FOR FUN! -:o:- 55 & 103 VOU get your 118 00 am 9 40 am 11 00 a m 1 CO p m 2 25 p m 2 52 p m 2 45 p m 3 06" p m 3 20 pm 3 35 p m 3 50 pm 3 58 pm p m )) 4 00 p m 5 15 p ra 5 45 p m u . i .Ar! Lv.West. Point.. Ar Ar.. Richmond.. .Lv Lv.. Richmond. .Burkeville, ...Keysville.. Fort Mitchell " Finney Wood " ..Chasewood, " ..Five Forks.. " . .Clarksville. " Soudan... " ...Bullock's.. " ... l-l UVi V .1-1. & o. Ar . . . . Oxford Lv G10 pm t4 45 p m 4 40 pm 2 45 p m 2 00 pm 12 58 pm 12 47 p m 12 :;0 pm 12 10 p m 11 55 a m 11 40 am 1124 am 11 15 a m '10 40 am 4 22 pm 4 45 pin 4 55 p m 517 pm Lv. Ar. . . Oxford Ar .Dabney Lv Heudersou.. " 10 00 am 9 25 am w55 am jy..,. Oxford ... Ar " ....Lyon's.... Hollow ay. . FRESH AND BELTABLE GROCERIES, 222 Fayetteville Street. 5 33 p mi " ...Durham H 39 p mj " Carey.. , 7 00 p m ' A r . . . Raleigh . . c a Lv! 10 43 a m 10 16 am 10 09 am 9 43 a m 9 25 a m 8 33 am 3 IS a m SPECIALTIES IN FANCY STATIONERY. COMPLETE BUSINESS OFFICE OUTFITS OF BOOKS, PAPER, INKS, WAX, MUCILAGE, STANDS, ERASERS AND EVERYTHING ELSE. Viaiting Carda and Gift and Memento Cards without limitation aa to variety and beauty. Complete catalogue free on application. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., RALEIGH, N C. 11 UD SUM STOCK. I Have just returned lrom the icrth ern Market irith the largest and best assortment ot Imported SPRING School Work WILL 15E OUR GREAT SPECIALTY AND SUf SUITINGS ever otler- t Daily except Sunday. Daily. Daily except Monday. SALE OF REAL ESTATE. By authority of an order oi the Superior Court ot Wako County in special proceedings, j entitled J.C. Marconi, Administrator; E. A. j Johnson deceased, vs. Lucy A. Woodall and others, I will on Monday, the 19th day of May, J at Vi o ciocK m., at tue i.ourt tiouse uoor ot Wako Comity, sell at tho highest bidder for cash a certain parcel ot land on South lilood- wortn street, adjoining land ot Mrs. (Jandace Hashford, DeWitt Smith ai d others. The said lot fronts 74 foe t on Bloodworm Street, and runs back Kant 107 feet, and has on it two cottag'.s. J. C. MAliCOM, april-14 1-m Commissioner. . Evaporated California Apricots. Peaches, Prunes, Raspberries, N. C. Dried Apples and Peaches. New York Medium Beans. California Dried Lirn?. Beans. Imported Parmesian Cheese, grated for Macaroni. Edam aud Pine-apple Clioese. Tarboll Cheese. Hazard's Strawberry Tomato Ketchup, best in tha world. ed in the city of Raleigh. My terms are CASH, which will enable me o FOR THE- NEXT. NINETY D A YS. Additional train leaves Oxford daily except Sunday 11.00 a. m., arrive Hender son 12.05 p. m., returning leave Hender son 2.10 p. m. daily except Sunday, arrive Oxford 3.15 p. m. No. 50 leaving Geldsboro 2 20 p m. and Raleigh 4 45 p. m daily makes connection at Durham with No. 19, leaving at 6.00 p. m. daily, except Sunday for Oxford, Hen- j J . 1 i i ; v v v r ' uorson, ana au points on u. cc n., u. esc u., and R. & M. Roads. Passenger coaches run through between Weat Point and Raleigh via Keysville, on Nos. 54 and 102, and 55 and 103. Nos. 51 and 53 connect at Richmond from and to West Point and Baltimore daily except Sunday. Nos. 50 and 51 connect at Goldsboro with trains to and from Morehead City and Wilmington, and at Selma to and from Fayetteville. No 52 connects at Greensboro for Fay etteville. No. 53 connects at Selma for Wilson, N. C Nos. 50 and 51 make close connection at University Station with trains to and from Chapel Hill, except Sundays. sell thes.e goods at astonishiisgly low figures. Come early and make your selection before my Stock has been picked over. Pleasure taken in Showing Stock and explaining how an elegant and satis factory outfit can be had at small co?t. I. WINETROB, MERCHANT TAILOR, 114 Fayetteville St. A PROSPEROUS COMPANY The yKtna Life's Gains in 1889. The handsome gains made by the Aetka Life Ikscbance Com past the past year, in overy department of its business, shows con cluuively that tho company is activelj and Bucoocistully, as well as conservatively, man aged. Its growth from year to year has been steady and substantial. The gains were as lollows: A gain in membership of 3,236 A gain in interest income of $51,435.05 A gain in market values of 54,973 05 A gain in surplus of 179,033.36 A gam in premium receipts of 334,446.0G A gain in income of 385,881. A gain in assets of 986,784. A gain in new business of 4,095,511.00 A gain in insurance oi 7,765,415.0 m7-8m . Smoked Salmon. Yarmouth Bloaters. Boneless Cream Codfish and Fine Mackerel. . New Catqh N. C. Roe and Cut Herrings. Dr Frank Harvey, Veterinary Surgeon, Residence 512 South Salisbury Street. Veterinary Shoeing Forge, Blount Street, next to Jones' Tobacco Warehouse. Bug gies and Wagons repaired by Jack Yar borough. april-14 1-m. SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. On Trains 50 and 51, Pullman Buffet Sleeper between Atlanta and New York, Danville and Augusta, and Greensboro, via Asheville to Morristown, Tenn. On 52 and 53, Pullman Buffet Sleeper between Washington and New Orleans via Montgomery, and between Washing ton and Birmingham, Richmond and Greensboro, Raleigh and Greensboro, aud between Washington and Augusta, and Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Wash ington aud Asheville and Hot Springs. Through Tickets on sale at principal Stations to all points. For rates, local and through time tables apply to any agent of the company, or to SOL HAAS, JAS. L. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent. W.A.TURK, Div. Pass. Agent, RALEIGH, N. C. FOR DINNER DESSERT AND TEA. Everything in the way of first-class canned goods; Peaches, Pears, Apricots, Cherries, &c ? &c. Canned Vegetables of every description; Shrimps, Salmon, Crabs, Lobsters, &c. Best goods, lowest prices. A good corn, standard No. 2 size, at 10c. per can is a cheap vegetable. HARDIN & PESCUD. NEW PRESSES, NEW TYPE. FRESH PAPER, AND SKILLED WORKMEN. jtaEstimates furnished on application. Largest and beat equipment in our lu.e in tho State. EDWAIiDtf & BliOCGHTON, Printers, Binders and Blank Book M&uuf&cturers, Kaleigh, N. C. i I i i I Solicit the Patboxagf. of the LADIES in Dress-making and Plain Sewing at my Residence 120 Halifax Street, Baleigh, N. C. Bespectfully, 4-1-eod-lm MRS- IDA MOKRIS. NEW ROE HERRINGS. Thirty thousand new Roe Herrings, Finest eish, packed expressly to order; at retail, and in half barrels, containing one hundred pounds of fish net. Weight guaranteed. HARDIN & PESCUD. FLOUR, FLOUR. Triplett's "Monarch," "Stock's Queen," and the ever popular Patapsco brands, "Superlative" and "Orange Grove. Prices as low as the lowest. HARDIN & PESCUD. PORTRAITS PAINTED BY W. G. RANDALL, 131X Fayetteville Street, RALEIGH, N. C. STestimonials will be furnished upon application. decft-tf SUMNER & WATTS, Tonsorial Artists, Have opened a first-class Shaving: and Hair Dressing Saloon at Fraps' old stand, Fayette ville street, Raleigh, N. C. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. inchG-tf