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BY CHltONI'' Every Mori- i v UL'lfcitfG CO K.cept Monday. T HE CASH 1'ruCK OF CHRONICLff S per year; S3.00 for 0 mouths; THE BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial Hooms of tue Ciikonicle are on U second Uoor of No. 21(5, Fayetteville &t. 1OM.MT3NICATI0NS IIKLAT1VE T( V7 tho lJusinJ39 JJppartmem, should he addressed The Statf. Miuon CLK, IialeUh, N. C, ami ad Jrat! v h-c-and Postal Money Orders saouM. uo ir;ai payable to "The Cuuoxiclis Pub. Co." JOSSI'IIUS DANIELS, Editor A Equal and Exact Justice lo all Men, of Whatever State or I'ersuasion, Re ligious or Political. Thos. Jefferson. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1&91. KAILKOAD COMMISSIONERS. The CnRONiCLE congratulates the Gen eral Assembly upon having passed a Railroad Commission law which will give tho Commissioners power to regulate rates and prevent discriminations. This is a measure that the wisdom of the people of the State has long approved, and this Legislature will receive the ap proval of the people of the State for re sisting every argument advanced to pre vent the passago of an effective Railroad Commission law. Tho new law will go into operation April 1st. There is some difference be tween tho bill as it passed the Senate and the House, bat these differences will probably bo settled by a Conference Committco, and the law perfected this week. Wo have not had time to give a careful examination of all tho provisions of the law, and we are sure that no law could be enacted that would bo perfect in all its provisions But, so far as we have had time to ex amino the law, it is our conviction that it is a wise, just and conservative one, and that under its operation the peoplo and tho railroads will receive equal and exact justice. We have no doubt that within two years, experience will demon strato tho need of other powers and changes to adapt it better to servo tho objects aimed at. They can be made by tho next Legislature if needed. The Joint Committee to whom was assigned the duty of preparing a R. R. Commis ion bill did its work faithfully, and tho result of its deliberations and earnest labors is found in tho bill, reported by them and passed by the Legislature. If tbat bill will not mete out justico to the roads and the people alike, it will not be because this Com mittee has not sought to formulate such a measure. We believe that under tho operations of the bill, if wise, prudent and conser vative Commissioners are elected, there will como a reign of better feeling and j aster appreciation between the railroads and the people, and there will no longer be any prejudice between them, but having scoured fairer rates and an end of discriminations, the Commissioners will prove themselves worthy arbiters between parties who differ. To the ac complishment of this important work, only the wisest and best men should be chosen. The Legislature has tho great eat and most important work before it, and we hope they will have the wisdom to elect men so able, so industrious, so fair, and so just that the Commission will provo a blessing to the State. AN UNWARRANTED ATTEMPT. ' ' frl .it i i i iL.i it. ado auompts mauo 10 snow mai ioe Wo have contended fcr years that oO- cers should not bo permitted to p.cce j or uoo free passes. The law fo; bid '.bp corporations to give such advantage i i any piraon or officers except pe;sn j who ara objects of charity and minister . of the gospel, will be in forco not in mediately, as we stated a day or tv; since, but ou and after the first day cf April. We are informed that a b:ll will b: of lend which provides for g'vit'g both t Superior and Supreme Court JudgM f jur hundred dollars per annum in f and r,s a commuta'iou fo ' their ixpese3. pub lslied a tabu as' statement last week showing th.u our Judges rtctive smaller piy now ih-.ir these of other states- We believe thaj the General Assembly now in session is equal in intelligence and integrity to any preceding Legislature and will bo disposed to make just, if not liberal, provision for those faithful hard-worked aad poorly paid officers, whose perqui sites have been diminished by their action. We approve of allowing the gross sum of four hundred dollars, payable quar terly, as a commutation for expenses, but we doubt the wisdom or propriety of providing for the payment of ac counts, because the inevitable tendency of such a law would ba to drag these high officials before the public by propo sitions to investigate their audited claims, Let us do justice and avoid scandal. f'--V0 u lap hmihi looliSton BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK: C lored Ore Siii at SILKS. Gram and satin imaazimer J By Mid OllliX o O O o ONLY i58c. 3 ' AbsoSutsly Pure A ere; . m of turtar baking yov- er. Higt esfc of all iu leavenmg strength. U. b. Government Report, Aug. 17, i889. a d sold ewrv n)-A' t a ftveat pacrifice i- ?'.. per yard. ioo DOZEN 1 UWR D A FINE OPPORTUNITY. The following notice explains itself. It opens a good opportunily for an en terprising town to secure the location of what will be one of the State's best pub lic institutions. Those towns desiring to make offers will have to be in a hurry, for the committee is so pressed for time that only t'n days notice is given. The following is iho notice : Notice ior Proposals ia Aid of The Establishment and Building of an Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. Tho Committee on the Institution for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind having de termined to recommend the separation of the deaf and dumb from the blind, and the undersigned having been ap pointed a sub committee to receive pro posals for the location of the new Insti tution in the event of separation. Notice is hereby given to any persons or places desiring to secure the location of said new institution that offers of a site of not less than one hundred aerps of land, and any other aid towards ere; -ting the neeessarry buildings nad m provoments will be considered. It is desired that all offers .shs.ll . definite and authoritative, and bo j. to either of the undersigned wiihm days. J. W. Br.TAN, ) Ml. JJ. XVtlU. PUROTTUR AND Ladies', "ies' an Hose a' only KID Gi J5c ov 'a Fast Black pair. Just received a new im& Kid Gloves, best $L00 and $1.25 glove in the market. The 11 srH kT t B r x - r n v i) o o - o Begir.iiio to-mcrrorv " of anv Unit or Overcoat th: $15.00. Feiv.i,ity 0 tb,) h i. -ill' n !W E- your choice: now - CURTAINS :o: - We are just tbroujjli with our Inventory, and found in the Furniture and Curtain dejmrtments odd pieces of Furniture and lines of Cur tains that we wish to sell hefore the spring stock arrives. For the convenience of our patrons, we have taken these goods from upstairs, arranged them near the Fayetteville street door, and marked all in plain figures. While wo make quite a liberal showing of both Curtains and Furniture, it will be to one's interest to see these at once, as there is sel dom such an offering made, and of course the beat bargains go first. W. H.&R, S, Tucker &CoH 123 and 125 Fayetteville St. Our line of Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Fine Sb'.ea can't bo equaled in tho city lor Style Qua!i-y and Low Juices. Ask to see our J2 43 Buttoned Boots for Ladies, and our $3 00 Shoes for Men. EMBROIDERIES. New White Goods and Embroideries just received. Black Goods a Specialty AT- NORRIS' febl-ly DRY GOODS STORE. LOTS OF FYS SUITS. Ill on 3 5 o o O o this bals will last for on-, week only. As usual, the v i i lection, and it matters not with u, for our only aim in LoM-j- . rt - Lav'" " Overcoats at this paltry eum of 12 75 ia to serve our rah- oi: not oT traIv season to another. We wouid rather sell them at 5J ceuU oui',- i i" r" carry them over. ' 4' '-'Uar in ,r.. 1-5 tin:: If you have an idea of getting a Suit or Overcoat, or bot'i r0" $25 00 will buy $49 00 worth ef merchaude with us. Our buyer is kickin for more room place the 8nria Suits a!-. , . Coal and Coke. We have been in the Coal business for many years, all the while on the outlook fer the Best Coal for the least money. For such we now recommend the following: GAYTON RED ASH COAL. ( Semi-Anthracite. ) It is free burning, easily ignited, does not crumble to dust, does not make smoke or soot, requires but little draught, holds fire as well as hickory wood. Small or large fire can be made of it at will. Suitable lor Grates, Stores or Ranges Specially Adapted to Tobacco Factories. Prepared by machinery into all sizes Nutt, Stove, Egg and Lump. Shipped to any Depot direct from the mines at very low prices by Jones & Powell RALEIGH, Mineks' Agents for N. O. easier to count cash than merchandise. If lowest prices will io carry any oi our winier uoods over, tor our uric uvercoats are sure to meet with irienas wno appreciate our prog -ei I the ',v later, p- Is over, for our prices named tbi-i 'v- t 'r'V-,We ; the appreciation of the tii.d" an-1 'I . rresaive and modern stvlu ol d.-k. - - " r Cs 1 Remember this fireat Suit and Overcoat Sale this .-.-.. l 81G.50, $15.00 Garments lor $ 12.75 only. k" (u. 1 .t.Mi A, mil i in. COME TO SEK TJS. :o:- N Al. LULBRETH State papers copying. (om. will confer a favor bv TO EDITORS. A thoroughly reliable and strictly so ber printer, with an experience of thir teen (13) years in all branches of the business, desires a position as foreman. Competent to take charge of any oflice, Central or Western North Carolina or Virginia preferred Can furnish best of references Address "C," care State Chronicle, Raleigh, N. O. at TISRSONAL AND SOCIAL. The Asheville Baptist church has call- od Rev. J. L. Whito, of Durham, as pas tor at a salary of $1,500. Rev. Dr. John Mitchell, who expects Legislature ia hostile to railroads and is to Bail soon for an extended trip through il1in f roca horn ia nnworranU .Europe, AUVd. aUU iMOnn iilHCa, IS StOD- 0 in cr ft t. WftL-fi Knrpof. nnUtxcrex tr Main V. uy mo iucuj. giamiuro is uru- anniversaries, and will pass through l 1 - x I - 1 . . r . . O esiiy uesiroua oi giving justice 10 every itaieign on aturaay. railroad in the State, and is unwilling to retard railroad building. But they recog- w i?3, g. . MCT?,a oan ,V ot cue tue iaci mat, masmucu as ranroaus near her mothftr'fl TP.idfinP.a dv r a derive their very breath from legislative ago. Miss Aggie is still in her teens but enactment, they ought to be amenable he can harness a horse, drive one or fn fmr.h laws ns thn TtrislflfnTo AnftPts two in hand, break the wildest colt un T un 1 M u . ubi eauuie, cuieuam me must reanea in too question is last Decommg a living one : " Shall the railroads control tho people, or the people control tho railroads" North Carolina does not 1 Pocahontas (Semi-Bituminous). Tne purest and best steam coal in America and the most economical for steam and grates. ANTHRACITE COAL. Lee mists White Ashe is the purest and best of anthracite coals that we have found, and gives more universal satisfaction. Now in stock, all sizes Egg, Stove and Nutt; also T.od A eh, Eorg and Splint coal for grates. Anv l:md ot c--;al and Pocahontas eoke shipned iix ct to nny depot. All orders received ihi r-.onth filled at special Summer Prices by It is our purpose to make the coming week six of the most eventful days ever known in Dry Goods liistory. STARTLING PRICES MOST - FASHIONABLE - HATIEIAL5, THE SILK STOCK Appeals to your puree most eloquently an unknown cut throughout the department. BLACK GOODSIt goes without ques tion that there is no place ia the South where you can buy a Black Dress cheapen than of us. A LOOK AT OUR COLO P.ED DRESS GOODS WILL S AYE YOU MONfcY. ones 01 Powell, Special Cut Prices ON CLOAKS AHD CAPE "TXT ALWAY8 KICK Especially against High Prices. A look through our Stock a id Prices before buying elsewhere will save voumanv dollars. NEW GOODS Arriving every day. llock-bottom prices guaranteed. CLOTHIERS SHATTERS the drawing room, and is a young lady of rare accomplishments. A Yankee peddler from Massachusetts made a fine speculation out of the race fCherokee in this wav; TTb hrnnhf a propose either alternative, but it does wagon load of trinkets and bartered them declare that it is wise and expedient to to the female Indians in exchange for have a Commission to see that charges lceir weai a ot long oiact hair. The are proper and that no discriminations VGaT 10 Cut .e.ir I hair Mr nlncu onn thn oqtvia tTT-ci i. x. are made. The owners of railroads need have no fears. If they will meet the Commis sionors in a spirit of willingness to help them discharge their duties without friction, they will find the Commission crs their strongest allies in all just meas ares. Boston and when it is made into wigs, cuns ana oangs then the Kankee ped dler grow-, rieh and the female Indians are proud of their trinkets. Marble cor respondence Marion Free Lance. PEG LEG" Ar CO. MUST (JO. The farmers of the East have the remedy for immigration agents in their orn hands. The Legislature has passed a law requiring every such agent to pay a license ofifl,000 for each county in which ha proposes to obtain immi- Mr. William Jay Schieffelin and Miss Marie Louise Shepard, two millionaire young folks ot New 1 ork, were married last week and came down to Biltmore, N. C, on a bridal tour. The bride is a daughter of Col. Elliott F. Shepard. The Citiaen, commenting on the presence of the fair bride, says: "His voice is still tor war Elliott F. Shepard's is. Mean time, while he at the rear calls for 100.- 000 men to invade Dixie, his daughter uuvauues, anu, witn no other protection than that offered by her new husband, ventures into the verv heart of th Grant Tf ha hlrva 1nVwtiara in thia Sfato to b, emplojed beyond the limits of tbo STS!7, I CD ' v fc canse, he "shall be deemed guilty of a lathers most frenzied editorials." misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall L. R. WYATT, 216 Fayetteville Stbeet, (Opposite W. C. & A. B. Stronach's Store, lialeigh, N. C), PROPRIETOR OF THE OAF. CUV STEAH WM AXD DEALER IN All Kinds Grass and Clover Seed. MIXTURES A SPECIALTY. bo punished by a fine of not less than .$500 and not more than $5,000, or may D9 imprisoned in the county jail not less than four months r confined in the State's prison at hard labor not exceed ing two years for each and every offence within the discretion of the court." The farmers of the East need not be troubled longer with "Peg Leg" & Co. The act passed by the Legislature is now a law. It ought to be put in operation at once if these agents go: around and try to ei rry oC the labor of tho State. A Safe Investment. 13 one which is guaranteed to brinsr you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our ad vertised druggist a bottle ot Dr King's New discovery for Consumption. It i guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when used for any affection of Throat, Lungs or Chost, such as Consumption, Inilamation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asth ma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste, per fectly safe, and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at John Y. MaeBao's drugstore. Having secured the services of Mr. O. H. Betts, of Messrs. Williamson & Upchurch, of vaa j o cAoiicuuo in uiii.iiJK grass anu uiuvoi dcouo, uum iur neia ana lawn, aa weil as nanannp: Dotn D arm lmplemenls and Ma chinery. Corn, Meal, Seed and Feed Oats. Bran. Ship tuff, Cow Feed Mixture, Bulk Meats and Pure Hog Lard at Lowest Prices. PLOWS The Dixie, the One and Two Horse Watt, Crown Crescent, Dunn No. 2 Farmers' Alliance, Reversible Hillside Cot ton, looacco and uorn Cultivators. Also the Iron Age Cultivator and Attachments. Points Bars and other attachments always on hand of the Richmond manufacture. Harrows-. 1 ha celebrated one and two horse Olark's Cutaway, the most perfec pulverizer in the world. Also Olark's Revolving Cutawav Plow, which plows and pulverizes at thesamo time 32 inches with two horses; also the Thomas Smoothing Harrows. Mower Reap era, Binders, Horse Rakes, and Renaira nf mo ce.ouiitwju vvaiieri.. vvooa manutacture being the most simple, light draft and dura, ble machines on the market at satisfactory prices. Corn Shelters, Cutting Knives Hnrso and Power Feed Mills. Beet and simplest xaiKiueB auu rnjutjia. nave one running mv u.uuu!j mavuiuoij m (.no i car part oi mv ouio,( j uuoc uuij icixn'iaiiiig uuying are in vited to rail and see it operating. Xorih Carolina na?ons and Uarts, iron Pip Singieai d Double Trees tor plows and wi. ous Corn and Cotton Planters ot ln.ipat. v.. outs Itepairs are kept on hand tor every plo-.v an-' mac line sold. Fertilizers The oplr-- M'ated Stoiiewiil aud Farmers' Krieud Guano ior otton tobacco an ! corn Oil -Cvndr UseLiue fnd Illuminating Oil. 'Special Prices to Clubs Call to eeeor wiite mo. .Land Sale. By virtue of authority conferred in a certain deed of trust, executed by Jordan and Salhe Hall, and recorded in Book 111, on pae 736 in Iiegi.-ter of Deeds' offi e of Wake county' I will, on Saturday, the Trh day of March AT T) 1891, sell at the Court House door in Raleigh" at 13 o'clock M., to Tho highest bidder for cash, a certain lot ot land in the city of Ral eigh, situated on the north side of Worth street, adjoining the lota of Maggie and Mourning Simmons, Villiam Whitaker Mary Fort and others, ?iore particularly described in said deed of trnst. This 2d day of Feb. A. D. 1891. , o , K P MAYNAKD, feoa-tf Trustee. :RS AGENTS, fvLKIOH. N. C. lfi HARQETT ST. PHONE 23. T. JOHNSON, Ag't., GROCER GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS; YOU MAN'S STIFF HATS, BURT & PACKARD'S "KORRECT SHAPES," GENTS' SHOES. UMBRELLAS AND GOSSAMERS. LAIXE AND COMPLETE Shoe Department. 129 and 131 Fayettevillo St. B . AT FRUITS fie: c P a - HALL & GO'S. 222 FaypttrvilJp 'rect. California L'vav... rat Q . Apricots mid AppUs, N. C. DRIED APPLES an;, PAr - FP.EXCU AND TUP.KTVH .nL v , California Dried Graoe?, b NORTH CAROLINA iilVZs Al-Il, At Priced to Snit I-.p.l, ,st Pure, Fresh- Virginia Iliickuheat. IVnn-j:-. Buckwheat and (.r ua I ic;. AND- WHOLESALE PRODUCE Commission - Merchant. (Consignments Solicited. 1 I am now daily receiving consignments and will make low prices on Cabbage, Irish Po- laiaoa, unicnens dv tne coops, .Eggs bv tho crate, Country Butter by the pkg., &c, &c. Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, Cocoa- nuts and Layer Figs Constantly on Hand. Fine lot o! Small Susrar-cured Hams. 12V tn 15c. per lb. E C. Shoulders, 10c. lb. Small, thin Breakfast Bacon, 12c. per lb. Buckweat, Oatmeal, Hominy, Grits, Canned Corn, Peaches. Toma toes, xllaccaroni, Preserves, Jellies Cocoa, Choco late, &c. BEST GOODS AND LOWEST PRICES. FLOUR. Valley "Best" and Electric Can't be Beat, $3.25 and $3.00 per Sack. Free and Prompt Delivery. D. T. JOHNSON. Ag't. - Phone 28- -16 Hakgett St BEAUTIFUL jRTISTIO QALENDARS FOR 1891. :o: We have a large assortment of Beautiful Calendars on Card-board, Banners, &c, from which to make selections. BUSINESS MEN desiring to use Calen dar Advertising will find it to their interest to call at once and get prices. We shall not be able to fill erdera after the 15 th of December. Woollcott t Son, 14 E. MARTIN STREET. Bargains for ibis Week : 300 500 300 400 i fl fi n 'ar(s Good Bleaching, 27 inch. lUJU wide, 5e. yard. OrsnH Yards Lace Window Curtains, ZUUU 7 1-2c. yard. 5000 Pair New Shades and LADIES' HATS New cents each. MEN'S AND BOYS' WOOL 25 cents. MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS, 25 PAIRS BOYS' KNEE PANTS, for IS pair shapes, 25 HAT, cents and Styles of Ginsrl ams and Prints If you want a pair of Shoes and want to save money buy them of us. KITES FOR THE BOYS. A Large Assortment of V A L E N K T I E S Telephone 102. For young and old. Fresh Ground IF Grits. 5 ny and NEW OATMEAL. OAT r v.-; WHEAT FLAKES AN L CHAGHj WHEAT. Price? and Quality of guaranteed. GOLifi M. HAliNS & CO., IHVESfMEST BEOEEEs, 331 FAYETTjCViLLE ST., WE iJUVandti!: BONDS, STOCKe, AS 1 We devoto special attention to the TOWNS, foi:- CITIEK. RAiliWAYS INDUSTRIAL - O tiP.AM Careful attention given to th : Isve.-- of funde for out-of-t;wn :.v. .-;t july4-ev dv fr wk tin ov Sun CALL AT ONCE. Edwards & Broughton 3rinterst Binders -I STOP AT THE V Moselev House, 124 FAYETTEVILLE ST., itiXEIGH, N. C. Strest Cars Pass the Door Sfsry 23 Kinntes. Everything first-class, neat, clein and com fortable; our guests are cared for and made to feel as if at homes. Reasonable Rates. 50 Cents per Meal. Lodging 50 Cents: l.SO to $2.00 per Day. fes will make special rates to Law ers, as we are near the Capitol and Supreme Court rooms. The only Ladies' and Gentlemen's Dining Room m Raleigh. Anything served to order. (jyl7-tf ) Notice of Salo ot Valuable Estate ia Raleigh. Ral 11 A LFJ';?, N. C. THE YARBORO HOUSE. 15. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raleigh, N. 0. H vtes, $2.50 per day. $10.50 to $15 par reek HOTEL, FLORENCE T. G. AsaisaTOJT, Manager, Raleigh, N. C. Booms, with meals at Yarboro Honse $2.00 per day; $10.00 per week. ' arSpecial rates to lawyers attending Bn ar8-ly preme Court By virtue of a decree of the Superior Court for the countv of Wake, made at H"ptmber term, 1890. in the action entitled W. H Holle man vs. Win. J-impson and Annie C Simpson, his wile, I will, on Monday, the 2d dav of Feb ruary, 1801, sell at pablic auction, at the court house door of said county of Wake, in the city of xialeigh.a lot of land situated on Dawnon street, in said city of Raleigh, adjoining the ii a J Goodwin tn North Carolina itailroad and others, beginning at a corner on Dawson street, rur,s thence west with James Bonner s line 210 feet; thence south with the line of said railroad 46 feet; thence east with the line of said Goodwin and others 210 feet oq Dawson street; thence with said etreet north 4G feet to the beginning, containing V of an acre, more or less. Upon said lot is located a good dwelling house with modern improvements. Time of sale 12 m. Terms ca.8h- W . H. PACE, Ji"11"8 Commissioner. lhe above sal has been postponed until Monday, March 2d, 1891, at 12 m. END 10c. to Agents' K;: lanti, Sa., und have dress inftrU-d. 'i'h- i prisitic: amount -l i goods, oflft-rs of v:iii" You get the paper vi address printcl in it ! 3 mos. 25c. 1 vtar 7 e. A u nil. O.J fmmw m.75 .Z&i - s a $3 SHOE raated, ad so starnyc"! W. I. - IKI i:(JLAN JirocKtoii. HELLER BKOS. 131 Fayetteville -St., Sole Agents fob ua- ian2-6m. FOR Bi x ' An 18 to 20-IIorseFari r To! 1 1 i .1 nv, rirnr. : . i l- Mount. 8uitable for Cotton, nuts, Hay, Clover, eic. APPlW?a TREVATI'C. f