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1 1 STATE Oii-L-K.-'j" i TTTUKSDAT, HAF.CH 12. rations, riU;ro.n,Q, '.iiiir'. 1 ' ; U"S, H"!' ' : vi'.nii's, ;iuu wum ,.u.o .- t IwWu Carolina Will shine resplendent u its brightest and most becoming gaib at the great gathering of the sisterhood of States, empires and nations. The management of tho World s Fair appropriation will bo in the hands of a Commission to bo composed ol tne Governor, tho Board of Agriculture, the two North Carolina managers and the two ftorth Carolina lady managers the World's Fair. Under the and' Postal Orders should be made jaw 0 Governor is to call tho payable to "1 uk Cuwmficlk Pub. Co. meeting and a pr8iident, Vice President JOSEIMIUa DANlfci.S, - - Editor. and Secretary of tho Commission will be chosen. Tho Stato Treasurer will be ex Equal and Exact Jnstice to all Men, 0ffici0 Treasurer of the fund. The Com of Whatever State or Persuasion, Re- mission will elect a Superintendent who Mglouh or Political. Thos. Jefferson, who will get up the exhibit and have it in charge at Chicago. Under the manage BY CHRONICLE vr'tt JSIIl1 CO. Every Morning Mvr .Monouj. THE CASII PlUcT; CHRONICLE la $6.00 per year; fci.OQ for 6 months; t.50 for 3 months. THTC BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial Uoomaof the Chronicle are on tne k second floor of No. 216, Fayetteville St. ' VinMMrT'If!,VTIOXS RELATIVE TO J tlio Hiisln-aa Department o this paper nhnnl.l lmn(!:lw;wl TllK STATE CHRONI CLE. UniMirfc. N. CatkI all Drafts, Checks THURSDAY. MARCH 12, 1891. THE YORK OF THE LEGISLATURE. NUMBER ONE. Tho Legislature of 1891, which ad journed on Monday, will go down into history as tho most progressive Legisla ture that has assembled in North Caro lina in this generation. It set on foot more iniluences that will bring material wealth to tho Stato than any body that has met in North Carolina since the blaz ing era of internal improvements which took possession of our people in tho for ties. From the first day of the session, until the closing hour, much time was demanded by tho consideration of charters for new railroads, banks, improvement companies, and other companies formod for the de velopment ol tho resources of tho State. More men were in Raleigh during the ses sion to secure these charters, and to press forward objects of material improve ment than wo have ever known before. This progress was seen not alone in the character of the legislation of the ses sion, but also in the quantity. Tho number of bills introduced was 1,G10, which is tho highest number on record. Of that number 939 were rati fied, and now compose a part of the stat ute law of tho State. The inspiring interest in internal im provements was evidenced in many ways in addition to the charters granted pri vate companies. Of the two most notable works undertaken by the State one was tho appropriation of $10,000 a year for a geological survey of the State. This seems a small sum upon which to do this great work, but it is equivalent in tho actual work that will be done to an appropriation of $200,000 for the next two years. In an interview ment of the gentlemen named in the law, assisted by private contributions and assistance, North Carolina will be wel represented at the World's Fair. If the Legislature had done nothing else to deserve the respect and gratitude of the people of the State than provide for this survey and this great exhibit, i would still go down into history as the progressive legislature of this do cade. And, in all this progress, ami ii I 73 H 01 mil & ii a b-siihw Keduced for Three Days. mm IJjMIj 1.0 V m J.U. ami lies t o- -0- o -o ihiaheinz the time of year when gentlemen gonoraMy eupply thamselvcH with StnS more , mmify soiuo dealer may aak you f-r other Slnm-no Letter and !. IBA.- aAA? e0i-... . .'.rated Pearl Hhirta hav a rpaUtiou of twentv-f nr years' tandiir; f8 fl M If TlJfl O M I f 1 m 4hattrueVvo kept up with all the m .d a impr.v Jiaenta ivn to I'crlo.-t Dr- UtiliM I I1US13 cvv mftena!, o m to rako k f,n Ueavy t tho wearer; coai7B m every (:,r i T 2f- Hn" A IN , t $ O-l e tch, au.l no reduction evtu by the dozeu-l,:t r f: , ' u we i-iv ym Shirt lor 9.) e ,ts ich or f pvr ha!! -1 .., SSi Si will not behold to oo von, and the 3alo ce, Wednesday ,wh(1 Absolutely Puro. A cream of tartar baking powder. High est of all in leavening strength. U. S. Government Report. Aug. 17, 1889. FAYETTEVILLE, 9. C. :o:- l s. mm i -THE MAMMOTH- O OR- NEW DRESS ABR1 DRY Our display of Drcs Fal- tho legislators did not forget the pressing 1'lCS lor iiail oprinj iiciw necessity of economy, and in all its en- met AVitll unusual favor, terpriso and progress, itkept the appro- and, Avith Novelties recent priations within the limit of taxation of ly added, makes an assort- former years, and did not increase the ment Ol Jiress Xexuires favinn nnnn tho nfinnlo a single cenL SClllOm IOU1UI 111 OI1U IlUllhU. t r v o , . - i ii iV VOllllUl nil CAUiuiuimui Knjlisli H o m e s u n s, Tweeds, Scotch Cheviots ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CAROLINA S. o o -O o IHB PISIO-HIT OF STIFLE! The gentlemen vhowantto dress i?i the height of fashio n, at a moderate cost, should ee our elegam . t()ck of Cutaway and Kroeit Suits of Black and Biue Clay Di. agonal and Knglish Worsteds, to e worn in iiuisuit s (,r coat and vest with a pair of light-eoiored trousers, which is quite the proper thing. Our assortment of Dark Cutaw ays y ad Frock Coat and Vests is anvays cuiupjuj, x:j it isi, a we never allow this line to be broken. The separate Trousers for this season are itiarv K 0f Beauty and Elegance. They come in cheeks, plauK. iul stripes. Ail size. Prices iVom 4 to 1 o. Clay Worsted Coat and Vest, light colored Toumts and light weight Overcoat are the proper garments l(,r Dress. Our line is complete. s. & .RWANGER. THE DIRECT LAJSD TAX. On the 5h of August, 1861, Congress and other wooleiis for ser- passed an act imposing a direct tax upon vieeable wear, the people upon which to prosecute the Among the pattern dresses civil war. Under that act twenty-seven can be seen Vigognes. This States paid into the Treasury $15,227,- the softest mid one Ol the r.,0 most delightiul wearing During Mr. Cleveland's administra- textures that will be shown ..f. . . . .. . . . this season. tion a bill, having similar provisions to As Trillminps there are the one enacted by the last Congress, shown Giltf ilVOr, Steel passed both Houses, but was vetoed by Tinsel Passeinentaires, mr. Cleveland upon tno ground tnat it jewel Gimps, &c, iii many was an unconstitutional raid upon tne novel designs. surplus then in the Federal treasury. MISS - MAGGIE - REESE. Spring Offerings o o o SPRING PKIXG f ILLIXE lu.IL.LIXE II Y- -FOB- W HOLES ALE CUSTOMERS. When this bill came up in the last session, Senator Vance, and other Southern Congressmen sought to amend it so as to secure the refunding of the 160,000,000 collected from the South by the sectional and unjust cotton tax, but the Republican majority would not hear to this, because all of this fund would have found its way to the South. Of the amount collected $377,452 was paid by the citizens of North Carolina. The money will be turned over to the State Treasurer, who is to hold it for tho parties who paid it. They must file w, H.&R. S, Tucker & Co, 123 and 125 Fayetteville St. m 4 Grand Opening OF THE ADVANCE STYLES -OF o 0 o We have now ready for the trade the EARLY NOVELTIES IN SPUING MILLINERY We do not think we make Aiao a nice lino ot a mistake, when we siy that our country gen- bUliUUL MAlb, feAlLUKo, &C. erally is in a much better condition than it baa been lor many years. Crops were good last Fall, and the outlook for a prosperous Spring trade is very encouraging. At any rate, that is the way we view matters, and. in consequence, have placed in our Store Itooms 0nr etck for the corning season will be ruurn complete than we have ever earn'p.ri hn- tho largest and most perfect lime ot Dry ior? and will arrrive from this on almost uauy New Kibbons and Flowers And other important garniture. xvith Prmv Jos A. Holmm whn will thdr claim3 with him within six . ... . and after that time claims not so filed wPRING cnarge or me survey, me neaa oi ine , , , , . , , United States Gelogical Survey has Uhajl be forever barred, and t ie money o r- v SPRING 1AORSTEDS PRING VV ORSTEDS Goods ot every description ever shown in this CAPE FE J R SECTION ciS AT J.R.FE! 2'Z2 Fayetteville Street. California Evaporated Apricots and Apple, N. O. DRIED APPLES and PEACHES. FRENCH AND TURKISH PSUNES. California Dried Grapes. Etc, NORi H CAROLINA GREEN APPLES At Trices to Suit Everybody. Pure, Fresh-Ground, Oid-fashione l Virginia Buckwheat, Pennsylvania Buckwheat and Graham Flour. Fresh Ground Hominy a Grits. The following bill introduced by Mr. IIolman, chairman of the Finance Committee, passed both Houses of the yearly towards making the survey of the State, and in addition to that the United States government will spend not less than 1150,000 to get up and issue a map of tho Stato. There is a universal de mand not only in North Carolina for a complete and accurato geological survey of the State, but that demand is felt Huiw tuuvu 1U ucu gECTI0N lf That the mor,ey paid intQ The great inventor, Tnos. A. Edison, the Treasury of the State by the Gov who visited Stanly, Montgomery, Rowan ernor under the terms of the act of Con- it is impossible to enumerate the articles we are able to ehow you, lut will endeavor to English, French and Ger man Dress Goods; Hosiery, Gloves a n d Underwear; WM v wi-A rt-.,i . i ii - General Assembly and is now a law. It a Mi" , u? ailtl , ri1 V1S' "ya Bome iaea 01 lae exteut 01 our stock. tax must proceed to collect it, and will be found of great interest at this time. The General Assembly of North Car olina do Enact: Orders from a distance will receive prompt attention. Correct Styles guaranteed. MISS MAGGIE REESE, iaar4.tf Raleigh, N. O. mmirs. Wo have many Novelties in Fine Embroid eries and Wool tliects in Hemstitched Fioun-cings. such a survey Tho eyes of the NOW IX STOCK : THIRTEEN HUNDRED CASES OF SHOES. TWO HUNDRED CASES BOOTS. taxes were collected, or their lecal rpn- Our line of $1.50 LADIES' siijes is un- would resentatives, as provided in said act 0f I avouijtedty the best, as hundreds, who have ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-TWO iJonprpss. vv"- TOOUV- "We have just added a line of SEIOES, for gentlemen, from IIarhaway, Soule & Har rington faultless in lit and superior in and other counties in the State last year, gress retunding the direct tax, shall be SfXtfJ,??, 2 ft manuticturerB . . . .. - np ft in trnsr. rnr tno honptit-. nf thno vvUjmiv1M expressed to many people nis own persong Qr mhabitants from"'whom the personal neeu ot ine iniorma tion which afford him. mm- Q n TUi . . . I XTTtTC! TT)' riAAro fi-rrvn-n eral world are turned unon the stores L, muuey receivea oy mvjkjux aium I tup. tfWArnnr ns arnroaairt shall hn k r, ; , of mineral wealth believed to be stored vested by him in North Carolina 4 par tebl-ly in central and western North Carolina, cent, bonds, and all the expenses of car- W. T. McGee. and if the survey shall reveal such an rvmg lnt0 elIecti tne provisions of the amount of wealth as is believed to exist acfc sha11 be defra7,e? oui ol the interest , . . , , accruing upon said bonds. in many localities, it will be only a few Sec. 4. That it shall be the duty of years when properties now selling at a the Governor to procure from the proper very small figure and finding no market department at Washington certified will bo in demand and bring big es or me lax lists ana other evidence . .4. . 6 of payment of the direct taxes to the prices,- and carry with that advance United States by persons or inhabitants in tho selling price, untold pros- of North Carolina, and to notify such perity and advancement to the entire persons or inhabitants, or their legal J. A. Moseley. CASES ASSORTED PRINTS. oA rjNTY Nl E CASES CLOTH al! grades. PANTS n m m m - State. The survev will nftt.nrallv bo nf representatives, oi tne amount due them 1 i ttr i. rt y Under tlllS McGEE & MOSELEY. BEAUTIFUL NEW GOODS Our Early Spring Sale of Silks, Dress Goods. Wash Fabrics, White Goods, Embroideries and Laces commence this week. oh Tun . uii I I 1 1 1 A rT.TC! greater value to W eatern Carolina than M practicable, provide for the payment of Plain Colors and spring Printings to any other section of the State, aDdthe the direct taxes to the persons entitled COLORED DRESS GOODS Ashevillo Citizen says the people are im- thereto, and not to an agent or attorney . A11.wool clieviot8) Plai(3a stri "f " monsely interested in it, and anticipate All claims under the trust shall be filed tures, New camel's Hairs, Heather mSImS" that trrput hpnpfit vcU oortoinW Mn Wltn tne "Overnor, together with proper Henriettas and urah Sergei Printed French that great benefit will certainly result proof of the qualification of any executor Chaiiies, both dark and light grounds from it. Tho Chronicle feels that the or administrator, where the person from BLACK DRESS GOODS Stato is fortunate in having at the head whom the tax was collected is dead. A fine line of Black and White Drees Good's of this most important nf all fntomafa Upon proper prof the Governor shall for second moarnine. ' Prof. Jo. A. Houib, of the State Vni- tll ?!SI?,!SWS Fabrics and Prints. versity. He has already tramped over much of the State in his lore of geology, and his labors have given him such famil- FORTY-SIX CASES SOLID PRINTS. THIRTY-EIGHT CASES CASSIMERES. SIXTY-FOUR CASES NORTH CARO LINA PANTS GOODS. EEP We can help vou. as our atn Afnmu.,n.. linbber Clothine. Shnfi iiXXiZ. ; 1 plete. """" 10 Abe ana com FORTY-TFTRF.F! n a spq xrrkOTtT . our. "" vii-iV- A HI. TIIK T niv ifiT ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY BALES SHEETING. THREE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY BALES PLAIDS. SIXTY-THREE CASES DRESS GOODS. TWENTY-TWO CASES FLANNELS SEVENTY-ONE CASES BLEECHING. NEW OATMEAL, OAT FLA K r WHEAT FLAKES AND CRACKEj WHEAT. Prices and Quality of all goods in our line guaranteed. Telephone bS. nfl. 96 id 2nn and othor fk-c: nes 1 or Gent Sen; CLOTHIERS SHATTERS iarity with the soil and minerals of the State as to make him peculiarly the man to undertake the work. The Legislature and the State are to be congratulated upon the wisdom displayed by the Gov ernor in this appointment. The appoint ment of Mr. Holmes i&eans that the work will bo well done, and finished with as muchrapidity and at as small ftJplaskof such magnitude will permit. The other second great stride that will give the State a great boom, and one that is closely related to the survey, i3 the appropriation of f 25,000 to secure a dis play of the products of the State at the World's Fair in 1893. The money for this purpose is to be taken from any un claimed amount whioh may remain in tho Stato Treasury from the direct land tx fund of $377,452 which has baen re funded by an act of Congress. It is useless to speak of the value that North Carolina will derive from a dis play of its mineral, manufacturing and agricultural wealth at this great World's Fair. The amount appropriated will not bo sufficient to make this display; but it will form a respectable nucleus around which will gather the display of corpo- ItoTrfttaBW?" b8Paid bj L" zT- - ",Z8; THIRTY SEVEN OASES GINGHAMS. me i.re usurer ol me cwiie. American ninrtamo onH tv,- li O "" J-tumo J. lttUIieiB. f ADTV mmn -n. . luau-iwu -LiALiUS DRILLING. TWO HUNDRED and TWENTY CASES Sec. 4. No agent or attorney shall de- -nr-r-i - FORTY-TWO BALES DTHT T TKrn i ni. - - - . vx riir ci i irvn mauu, uuneui, or receive more man live " -.-.j-ww v- wwvio per centum commission upon the amount collected, as compensation for any ser- AND MBROIDERIES HATS. Briggs' Sash, Door and Blind Fac tory atROeigh, N. C. This valrml-ilA VvnQ,- for Baletn"? ProPerty is offered TW0 HUNDBED AND SEVENTY i?SS4L uuun.uvu uuuu tuw aui,, auu uy per- piaid and stripe C rn ntAlnlinn thin nnAtiAn nU11 1, Ml I L of a misdemeanor. JjL LJ O ' X JlN creedVtttt1 TtVb BLACK i EUUISEUD i FLOUXCim :tt,TX;: lnf?"ts' Dainty Matched Sets. DTOVal Of said act on Murn.h 9A 1RQ1- INF AN I'S' AND CHILDREN'S CAP and all claims not so filed shall be for- A COMPLETE MAIL ORDER DEPARTMEHT. TWENTY-NINE CASES HOSE 7J WT ' - mo"e8 remaining 129 and 131 Fayetteville St OASES UMBRELLAS. FIFTY THREE CASES UNDERWEAR. FORTY-THREE CASES SHIRTS. THIRTY-EIGHT CASES DRAWERS. in the Treasury arising from said fund, u iuo wpiauuu ui iue six years, snail pr EUllinU'O fmiom be covered in to the Treasury as the prop- 51 . -mAnTS-SCHUGL, Sec. 6. This act shall be in force from and after its ratification. IIO.IIE-SPUN YARNS. ESTABLISHED 1842. o o The Easter Term of St. Marv's School Will Begin January SStli. (Shelby Aurora.) Several old farmers in upper Cleve land Were tellint? thftir PTnoriannoa onA dfisira. Onft nfthom o For catalogue and information, address the voice told them what made him feel REV. BENNF.tt swF.np a m good all over. He said : "When I come in tired and hungry from the field, give me a great big dish of cold cabbage, a pint of whiskey, and then let meread a chapter in The Book, theu I lie down in bed and am All Right." 1 Seed Potatoes." ' Twenty-five Barrels Early Rose. " ' jan28-tf. Ebebhabdt & Pesoud. jan24-tf. Raleigh, N. C. Gooding's Ointment. Will cure chapped hands and lips; any in flamation of the akin. Relieves itching alter shaving and will cure barbers' itch. If rub bed on at noon, night and morning it will stop soreness. Has proven excellent for sore nip pers. This is an article ol merit. Give it a trial. On Bale at the drug stores in Baleigh. NINETEEN CASES HALF HOSE. SIXTEEN CASES TOWELS. " at 12 m. TeVm m?H' uay' AJnl 6 189 1. Parties deSSf f 8al?! dress 0 thS V n please ad- febl2-60days THOMAS H. I5KIQG8, JOHN D. BRIGGS, Building Contractor and Dealer i Rough and Dressed Lumber, BALEIGH, N. O. in anM thful licited. Orders may bTlefi JSrSag,e 8 House of T. H. BrigV! 8ot.fa?S5M To our old cuetomerp say that our stock this season far surpassed any we have before shown. To parties desir- , have 8iiply to Sale of Leaa Mine WoQd Farm Lands. and HELLER BROS., 134 Fayetteville St., Sole Agents fok IUlugii, N. C. Un2-6m. COLIN M. HAWKINS & CO., BROKERS, 331 FAYETTEVILLE ST., Raleigh, n. C. WE BU V and SELL on COMMISSION BONDS, ALL CLABSE3 oy STOCKS, AND COMMERCIAL PAPEfl. W" 36VOte BPec attenBcn to the negotii- tion cf BOISJOS TOWNS, FOK CITIES, RAILWA YS and INDUSTRIAL COUPANlA Carefni tfi--. epecUonof our stock, feeling confident that wint?1 bidder tcI Stleghl 8el1 wumng to the estate of 1 ',the land be- we can ofFer as good datings, terms and prices J? e8 peek townahin wZ8eph Blake, auuilX Tror V ' - v vu ail TV (lnn as any first-class establisEment in the South FRANK THORNTON, FAYBTTBTLLL, N. O. oct31-lyear res, situited in said seventy 8ix of the city of Raleieh 1 ttle nrth of west Ld w in oruS! g5' A.lae part of 2s withVd waaa farqnality- TheK ea and ex. ta ' ble fielait a Ahorse 88eta- 1116 title is -old to make ANDREW SYME, CJommissioner. arm, An18to 3o.Horse on the rflilr ... , . Wte. Hay, CW, So0 ' Tobaco. Tea Apply to ,PFV. , For A well-establie"-" io cn the entiMVo. and progressive -iutere lino Will Bell"" a. paper fn 1 ' iJe- J.-f'-U!.