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STATE OHKONTCLE, FRIDAY, MARCH 13.
BY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. Every Morning Except Monrtny. THE CASH PRICE OV CHRONICLE to 16.00 per year; f :Ux for 6 months; $1.50 for 3 mouths. THE BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial Rooms of the Chuoniclk are on the second lloor of No. 216, Fayetteville St. "lOMMITNIHATIONS RELATIVE TO J tho Busing Depr.rtment of this paper should be dddreed The State Cnnoxi- n 1)1I.-V. VI ' 1 nn,t ..II Itvofla r?VlPPIT3 and Postal Money Orders should 08 made payable to "Tula. Chronicle Pub. Co." JOSEPIIUS DANIELS, - - Editor. Equal and Exact Justice to all Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, Re ligious or Political. Thos. Jefferson. FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1891. THE WORK OF THE LEGISLA TURE. The A. Ac 31. College. TTr frt laat. rear t.h Agricultural f1" j ku jmw w fcT uw ""o Mechanical college hv? been receiving aid from tho tax on fertilizers in addition to the land scrip fund and the Hatch fund. But a recent decision ol the bu- preme court takes away the fertilizer tax, and the college authorities asked the Legislature to appropriate $25,000 a year so that they could enlarge the buildings and add to the equipments and make the college what it ought to hfl. Tho legislators did not see their "w o way clear to do this, but made an ap nronriation of $10,000 a year. This will I L ' permit an enlargement of the building and the reception of a limited number of students in addition to those now at the college. "STith this increased appro priation it will be expected that the col lege will make its power for good felt in the State more and more during this and coming years. A. & M. College for Colored Youth. The Legislature also made provision for the establishment of an A. & M. Col lege for tho coiored youth of the State The Hatch fund is given to the State only upon the condition that the youth of both races are given instruction. The colored A. & M. College will receive $S,000 a year from this fund, and to that tho State adds an appropriation of 3,500 a year. Several towns Wilming ton, Raleigh, Durham and Winston among them made offers to secure the location of this College. The Legisla . . .mi m . " w" - J" w.iii.ii.W-"- - - t 2& H3 tfcaUS Keihicctl for Three Days. and v ncscj:. v v. O- -0- o time of vear when gentlemen '.neraJly eupply thamselves with rhh with the best shirt soia iu uiw uninci ti.uj uuiauauutu, ,r j.i -d- --ni f .r nflier Shirts nr l-.ttnr rwl i:lr,i.. Some UcHiiero uicv aon. juu - " - 1:1 AbeoEiste?y Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High est of all in leavening strength. U. b. Government Report. Aug. 17, 1889. 0 his being the we step to the front much more mont-y STho ".'brated Tt! Shirts hav reputation of twenty-four yeirs' p.taudaig. a:, " tin j,..,- i.vekcptnp with all the mvlern improvement given to - ler.;t Dre-wj;,. i ii i vt n- . ...... i..- nnin in r.v.-.ri' W-.m. . - clumfcvrvt6rial, so as to mtse r ie-ii neavy 10 us 'v' 'V'"'-'i fitMrft.anls'llsatSlOleh.an I no roluctwu even by tho dozen-o n K,r tin .. j-wl t hr. H ' svs oil ! wo iivu i.u !'- jiiih- - - i u-,t, FAYETTEVILLE, I. G. :o:- f 1 Si E, I TBI Is CO. -THE MAMMOTI1- N! Number Two. There can be no progress in the State that is worth recording which does not have for its object the betterment of tho condition of tho great body of the peo ple. It is well enough to have a few groat scholars in the State. But if they aro made great at the expense of tho masses of the people there is no substan tial betterment of the State. Education in tho broadest sense is the only substan tial basis upon which a rich and pros perous State can bo crectod. This edu cation must not bo of one kind or con fined to one class. It must embrace a j followinpr are the Trustees elected: First English W DRESS GOODS Our display of Dress Fab rics for Early Spring has met with unusual favor, and, with Novelties recent ly added, makes an assort- IJress Textures thorough and efficient system of public schools that will be in the easy reach of every child in the State, and must also reach to the University, furnishing the broadest culture. Between these it is tho duty of the State to provide indus trial, technical and special education so far as it may bo able. To Make the Public Schools Itettcr. Tho General Assembly of 1891 was sonsiblo of the importance of strength ening tho educational institutions and increasing the educational advantages of the State. It wisely began this good work by increasing the school tax. No schools can bo made efficient without money. Tho chief need of the public schools to-day is more money. The Sen nto passed a bill to increase the school tax to 10 J cents on the $100 worth of property and 50 cents on tho poll. The House rednccd that to 14 cents on the 1100 worth of property and 42 cents on the poll. Tho Conference committee recommended that the increase be made to 15 cents on $100 worth of property and 45 cents on the poll and this recom meudation was adopted by both Houses, and is now the law. This increase will add considerably to the school fund and kelp to make the schools more efficient. Tho people had askod for this increase, and tho Democratic party's pledge to increase tho-tax had been endorsed by tho Farmers' Alliance and the State Gange. To (iive the Women a Chance. Next in importance to making the pub 83hool better, this Legislature for the first time in the history of the State made provision for the education of the wo men, passing an act establishing the In dustrial and Training School for women. Tho professors at the school will also be required to hold County Institutes as at present. Under tho act, $10,000 yearly is appropriated for teachers, and $5,000 yearly to build a Matrons' Hall, and the school is to be located at that town mak ing the most satisfactory offer to the Trustees of the school. The Trustees elected aro Messrs. W. P. Shaw, of Hertford county; Dr. R. H. St a nci ll, of Northampton; Senator B. F. Aycock, of Wayne; Prof. E. McK. Goodwin, of Wake; Hugh O. Chatham, of Surry; Trof. M. O. S. Noble, of New Hanover; Col. A. O. Mc Allister, of Randolph ; Dr. J. M. fePAiNnoun, of Caldwell; and ment ol ture decided to leave the question of seldom found ill one house. location to the Board of Trustees. The A wonderlul exliibltlon Ol H o m e s p u n s, Tweeds, Scotch Cheviots and other w oolens for ser viceable wear. Among the pattern dresses can be seen Vigognes. This is the softest and one of the most delightful ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CAROLINAS, than bix will iioo be aula to any ou person, tiud tho alo closes Wedady ovi-uin- O o o -o THE I-IESIGKHT OF STYLE The gentlemen who want to dress in the height of fashion, at a moderat e cost, should se our elegant stock of Cutaway and Froefc Suits of Black and Bine CIjjy Uj. agonal and English Worsteds, to be worn in lull suits ir coat and vest with a pair of -light-colored trousers, which is quite the proper thing. Our assortment of Dark Cutaways ?tid Frock Coats and Vests is always complete, in ami uiit f season, as we never allow this line to be broken. The separate Trousers for this season are marvels 0f Beauty and IClegance. Tney.come in checks, plaids und stripes. All sizes, i'rices iVom 4 to Slo. Clay Worsted Coat and Vest, light colored Toners and light weight Overcoat are the proper garments lor Dress. Our line is complete. S. & D. BERWANGER. wearing district, Hugh Cale (col.), 2 years; sec ond, J. M. Early, 2 years; third, John S. Lkauy (col.), 2 years; fourth, W. H. Pace, 4 years; fifth, Charles H. Moore (col.), 4 years; sixth, W. R. McKoy, 4 years; seventh, W. A. Graham, 6 years; eighth, S. McD. Tate, G years; ninth, textures that will be shown W. H. McClure, 6 years. this season. Mr. J. M. Early was named as tern- As Trimmings, there are porary chairman or tne isotra, wnicn aiiuwn vjuti otci. will shortly be called in session. Up to Tinsel Passementaires, the present time, the white Agricultural ewei y imps. in mau and Mechanical College has had a tern- " W. H.&R. S.Tucker So Go., MISS - MAGGIE - REESE. Spring Offerings s o 0 -o PRTNG PlilXG MILLINERY -iS9i ILLINERY 1831 -FOK- 0 o WHOLESALE CUSTOMERS. porary arrangement with Shaw Univer sity where the colored youth have re ceived industrial education. The State University. Early in the session a committee was appointed to visit the University and to report. The committee performed its duty, and reported that some of the buildings were sadly in need of repairs, and recommended that $5,000 annually for two years be appropriated for this object. The amount was cut down to 32,500, and passed both houses. This is a very small appropriation for the purpose, but it will go far towards re pairing one of the buildings. Other Educational Legislation. As coming collaterally under the head of what was done for education we may mention that an act was passed to give the unclaimed bodies of convicts to med ical colleges; requiring public schools to use a text book treating of the nature and effect of alcoholic drinks and nar cotics upon the physical man; authoriz ing the State Board of Education to in vest moneys received from sale of swamp lands in N. C. bonds; removing the colored Normal School from Franklinton to Warrenton; providing for the repair of the institution for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind; to limit the meetings of the County Boards of Education to four a year; establishing a State Colored Nor mal School at Elizabeth City (this was done by decreasing the appropriation for the Fayetteville school (500 and tak ing f 100 from each other colored Nor mal school, and the appropriation is not raised). Schools and Colleges Chartered. The followidg schools and colleges were chartered : The Baptist Female University, Raleigh; Bethel Academy, Mecklenburg county; Robeson Institute, Robeson county; Lsaksville Collegiate Institute; Cullowhee High School; Oak Ridge Institute; the South Atlantic University, Asheville; the Hamburg Nor- 123 and 125 Fayetteville St. S MAM UiUUi p EI 5 Grand Opening OF THE ADVANCE STYLUS OF- I SPRING At Opking ORSTEDS OUST EDS English, French and Ger man Dress Goods; Hosiery, Gloves a n d Underwear; White Goods and Linens; Silks, Velvets ind Trim- We do not think we make a mistake, when we say that our country gen erally is in a much better condition than it has been for many years. Crops were good last ian, ana tne outiooii lor a prosperous ISpring trade is very encouraging. At any rate, that is the way we view matters, and, in consequence, have placed in our S'ore Rooms the largest and most perfect lime ol Dry Goods of every description ever shown in this CAPE FE A II SECTION It is impossible to enumerate the articles we are able to show you, I ut will endeavor to give you seme idea of tne extent of our stock. We have now readv for the trade the EA11LY NOVELTIES IN SPRING MILLINERY Also a nice line of SCHOOL HATS, SAILORS, &c. New Kihhons and Flowers And other important garniture. Our stock for the coming season will be more complete than we have ever carried be love and will arrrive from this on almost dailv. Or ders from a distance will receive prompt attention. Correct Styles guaranteed. MISS MAGGIE REESE. mar4.tf Raleigh, N. O. DRiEE urrs AT Si IFERRALLftCB'S. 222 Fayetteville Street. Cilifornia Evaporated Apricots and Apples. N. O. DRIED APPLES and PEACHES. FRENCH AND TUBKISH PRUNES. Gaiifornia Dried Grapes. Etc. NORTH CAROLINA GREEN APPLES At Prices to Suit Everybody. Pare, Freeh-Ground, Old-fashioned Virginia Buckwheat, Pennsylvania Buckwheat and Craham Flour. Fresh Ground Hominy and Grits. mings. We have many Novelties in Fine Embroid eries and Wooltnocta iu Jlomstitched Fioun- NOW IN STOCK We have just added a line of SHOES, for gentlemen, from Hathaway, Soule & Har rington faultless in lit and superior in quality. They are the largest manufacturers 'Goodyear welts" in the world. THIRTEEN SHOES HUNDRED CASES OF Our line of $1.50 LDIE8' SHOES is un doubtedly the best, as hundreds, who have ihem on their !eet, will testify. NORRIS' febl-ly TWO HUNDRED OASES BOOTS. UNE HUNDRED AND FORTY-TWO CASES ASSORTED PRINTS. DRY GOODS STORE. W. T. McGek. SEVENTYNI E CASES CLOTH al! grades. PANTS J. A. MOSELEY. McGEE & MOSELEY. BEAUTIFUL NEW GOODS Our Early Spring Sale of Silks, Dress Goods, Wah Fabrics, White Goods, Embroideries and Laces commence this week. INDrA SILKS. Plain Colors and Spring Printings COLORED DRESS GOODS. All nrAl nt,.:i tii:j c-n -. ... Vol M uggt that live North Carina ftM?"8 Rn k StZX DUbb' 11YO J-lultu arouun Trinity College, Durham; Davis School, Henriettas and furah Sergei. Printed French ciuutj uu wwua uave au oppormuuy 10 WlDStOD; Kinsey School, La Grange- unauies, Dotn dark and light grounds. bccuxo tho location of this school in their Waters' Normal Institute, Chowan BLACK DRESS GOODS county; ranKiinton Uhnstian College; R. D. Gilmer, of Haywood. These aro progressive gentlemen who will de- mai and Uieh gchooi Jackson tv . voto their best judgment and energies Mocksville Academy; Graded Schools at towarks makincr the school a creat sue- Statesville, Concord, Shelbv and Hen- coss. in this connection tne Uuroniclk . ' iUOl,lu vi midst. Wo tako it that a meeting will bo held at an early date and that all bids sont in beforo tho regular meeting to MiJ. S. M. Finger, State Sunerinten dent of schools, Raleigh, will be consid ered. The Dent nnd' Dumb luttitution. For a long time there has been a con viction among thoso who have been most familiar with their training that the deaf and dumb ought to be taught in a school separate from the blind and that provis ion ought to bo made to have a farm and shops so that they could receive, in addi ction to mental culture, such education as will learn them how to make a living after tho school close?, and also to make tho institution partially self-sustaining. Tbo Legislature reduced tho appropria tion of tho D. D. and B. Institution, and appropriated $20,000 to build a Deaf and Dumb Institution upon grounds donated at Morganton, which aro worth $7,000. Tho citizens of Morganton donated 0,000 in cash, and so the committee will havo $33,000 fpr the plant. It is ex pectod that the institution will ba in readiness by the time tho next General Assembly convenes. The Trustees of tho new institution are, for Eix years, M. L. Reed, of Buncombe; N. B. Broughton, of Wake; and Martin Holt, of Guilford. For four years, S. McD. Tate, of Burke; and B. F. Aycock, of Wayne. For two years, R. A. Grier, of Mecklenburg; and J. J. Long, of Columbus. Shiloh Institute; Saluda seminary; Suth erland seminary, Ashe connty; Belmont academy; Moore High school; Fairview Male and Female college.Trap Hill Globe Academy, Watauga; Sparta Institute, Alhghany;Mebane Academy, Alamance; mc vermon female Seminary; Bellevue High School ; Rural Hall Male and Fe male Academy; Stanly Hall Industrial School for white boys. This is the record and a bright and glorious one it is. The effects of this progressive legislation will be felt in the State even to the last day of its existence. A fine line of Black and White Dress Onnda for second mourning. Wash Fabrics and Prints. Novelty Scotch Zephyrs, Other Cloths, American Ginghams and Tennis Flannels. White Goods AND EMBROIDERIES A complete assortment of Plain, Check, Plaid and Stripe. USLI 1ST. BLACK : EMBROIOERES ; Infants' Dainty Matched Sets. JUNJ? AN Id ArJD CHILDIIEN'S cap. FORTY-SIX CASES SOLID PRINTS. THIRTY-EIGHT CxVSLS CASSIMERES. SIXTY-FOUR CASES NORTH CARO LINA PANTS GOODS. FORTY-THREE OASES NORTH CAR OLINA CASSIMERES. ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY BALES SHEETING. THREE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY BALES PLAIDS. SIXTY-THREE CASES DRESS GOODS. TWENTY -TWO CASES FLANNELS. SEVENTY-ONE OASES BLEECHING. THIRTY-SEVEN OASES GINGHAMS. FORTY-TWO BALES DRILLING. TWO HUNDRED and TWENTY CASES HATS. KEEP JDIFTZ-. NEW OATMEAL, OAT FLAKES, WHEAT FLAKES AND CRACKED WHEAT. Prices and Quality of all goods m our line guaranteed. Telephone 88. "We Can hell) VOll. ftS nnr atnr.Tr nf TTmlv.loa Rubber Clothing, Shoes, Boots is large and complete. OUR PRICES ARK THE LOWEST. Mil yrr - FOR W. L E $3 SHO CLOTHIERS HA TTERC IOUOLAS J"3 anl othor pjxrdal r tii- for tJcDtlt iiu n, ;'ntod, and so stamped on lottom. Address V. r,. DOL'ULA.N ilrockioit, .11 ass. bold by HELLER BROS., 13 1 Fayetteville St., Sous Agents fob Kaleigh, N. C. jan'2-6m. COLIN M. HAWKINS & GO,, INVESTMENT BROKERS, 331 FAYETTEVILLE ST., Raleigh, N. o. Briggs' Sash, Door and Blind Fac tory at Baleigh, N. C. This valuable business rjronfirtv ia nffdro for sale to make division among the heirs. It not sold nrivatelv will ho nfiforp.il at v.o rw.vf TWO HUNDRED AND RFATENTY House door in Raleigh. Mondav. Anril fi isqi i m. icima in nue Known on rtniA nt auio OASES UMBRELLAS. FIFTY-THREE CASES UNDERWEAR. FORTY-THREE CASES SHIRTS. inltfT i -EIGHT CASES DRAWERS. oTtUh: ;hr A COMPLETE HAIL ORDER DEPABTMEHT. twbniy-nihe oases hose nels of education. 129 and 131 Fayetteville St. O T 11 nilin nnnnni The Texas Siftings is not happy be- O I , " 111 Atl I 0 " dbnUUL. cause the Democrats of the New York have both Hill and Cleveland. It drops into poetry and says : How happy could we be with either, Were the other dear charmer away! 'Twixt Cleveland and Hill we'll take neither, But go West for one greater than they. NINETEEN CASES HALF HOSE, SIXTEEN CASES TOWELS. ESTABLISHED o o The Easter Term of 1842. Mary's Parties desiring to purchase will please ad dress THOMAS TT R RTflfJH febl2-60days Executor. JOHN D. BRIGGS, Building Contractor and Dealer in Rough and Dressed Lumber, RALEIGH, N. C. T - xs prepared to do work in a moat faithful "" aiuauimo tuaxiuer. jraironage so licited. Orders may be left with Hardware auuoo ui x. xi. onggs & sons. (febl2-G0d WE BUVandSELLon C03IMISSION AT.T. OTJkC.STrs nv BONDS, STOCKS, AND COMMERCIAL PAPER. W devote epeclal attention to the negotia tion of BONDS TOWNS, FOR CITIES, RAILWAYS and INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES i St. School Will Begin Farm Lands. Pittmau's Shorthand. Monday, March 16th, 8 p. m., at Den son & Morson's Institution, a night class for the study of Pittman's Phonography will be organized. If you should like to investigate the merits of this superior system you are requested to be present. xjauxea can join me class. Kemember, For catalogue and information, address the Rector, REV. BENNETT SWEDES, A. M., Raleigh, N. C. jan24-tf. Gooding's Ointment. Will cure chapped handa and lips; any in flamation of the akin. Relievea itching after this is THE system, taught by a practical bed on at noon, night and morning it will atop Stenographer. Terms moderate. Boreneaa. Has proven excellent for aore nip- . v XVaUSY, I trial. On h&Ia attho drnor Uran in Ttlairi, I To our old customers, wo have simply to Sale of Lead Mines, Woodland and say that our stock this season far surpassed any we have before shown. To parties desir-, ing or anticipating engaging in business we re spectfully solicit correspondence or an in spection of our stock, feeling confident that we can offer as good datings, terms and pricea as any first-class establishment in the South f FRANK THORNTON, . - V x FAYBTTBTILLB, If. C. oct31-lyea Careful attention given to the Investment offunde for out-of-town iTBf- esnaeni rily4-ev dy fr wk thn ev Sun ' By virtue of a decree of th of Wake county, made in the case of A. Svme administrator of Joaeph Blake, I will on Wednesday, the 18th day of March, 1891, at 12 m., at the Court House door in Raleiah sn to the highest bidder for cas the lSd be- afuZlX n6 6 wt9 f Se lat Joseph Blake, S8nef8 OteBk township, Wake county, coni eisting ot about two hundred and eeventv-aix acres, aituUed in said township! in aSd county, about five miles a little no?th of west of the city of Raleigh. A large part of aafd janaism original growth timber on it. This land ennfadV,- T t"" ceUeenrauamvad ft largQ idSE 5nA?laMy: T,heI? 18 about a two-horse 4aiui Vi ?ul Aana. xne land ia sold to make assets. The title is undisputed. AINDKEW SYME, (ramiasioner. febH-tds FOR RENT! An 18 to 20-Horse Farm, on the railroad and river, in a mile of Rockv 55" SuJble for Cotion Tobacco. Pel nuts, Hay, Clover, etc. Apply to W. C. TREVATHAN, dec31-D.tWtf. Rocky Mount. N. C. For Sale. A well-established Newspaper, in a live and progressive town in central North Caro lina. Will sell half interest in the entire naDer or reasonsble terms. For particulara, address &n24-tf LOCK-BOX 127, V