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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, JUNE
1 ' ' m
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mese lots will h sold
A BIG EHTERPRtSE
An Opportunity is Pre
sented for Investment
THREE NOTABLE DATS!
Durluim Moves Forward
(Staff Cor. State Chronicle.)
Durham, N. C, June 20. There
is always something of interest in
Durham. Either it is the buildine
of a great cotton factory; the erec
tion of magnificent school buildings;
greai sales of tobacco; the building
of new churches; the reported deal
between the biggest smoking tobac
co and cigarette concerns in the
country; or vigorous and active
work in the pale of real estate.
It doesn't matter to Durham
whether the Blackwell Company
sells to the American lobacco Com
pany or not. If it sells, Mr. Ju
lian Carr will have his millions of
money to invest in great enterprises
here and elsewhere, most of which
would go into building up Durham.
II the Company doesn't sell, that
A Ml . .
great concern win go on growing
and spending thousands in the up-
buildmgf Durham. So well per
suaded are the people of Durham
that in no event will any injury
come to the town that they have
quit speculating about the probable
deal. All the interest here now,
outBide the regular channels o
trade, centres in the coming great
Land Sale df the Durham Consoli
dated Land and Improvement Com
A WORD about its origin and
at public auc-
lon at what they will bring. This
giyes a good chance for investment
and. speculation for th
not want ; the lots upon which to
build a home.
Remember, the dates July 7th,
8th and 9th.
Fourth el July Excursion Rates.
On account of above occasion the
Richmond and Danville Railroad
will sell as usual low rate round
trip tickets between all stations in
the State of North Carolina.
Tickets on sale July 3rd and 4th,
limited returning July 6th, 1891.
The following are the round-trip
rates between Raleigh and points
named in either direction :
Charlotte, $4.70; Concord, $4.40;
Salisbury, $4.05;IIigh Point, $3.25;
Greensboro, $2.85; Wilkesbjro,
$4.90; Elkin, $4.65; Rural Hall,
$3.85; Winston-Salem, $3.50; Gib
sonville, $2.45; Elon College, $2.30;
Burlington, $2.15; Graham, $2.15;
Mebane, $2; Haw River, $2.15;
Hillsboro, $1.80; Chapel Hill, $1.80;
University, $1.40; Durham, $1.20;
Mornsville, .50; Cary, .40; Garner,
.40; Auburn, .40; Clayton, .60;
Wilson's Mills, .90; Selma, $1.20;
Pine Level, $1.40; Princeton,
$1.60; Goldsboro, $2.00; Stems,
$2.00; Oxford, $2.15; Dabney
$2.45; Asheboro, $3.95; Randle-
man, $3.70; Norwood, $4.70; Al
bemarle, $4.60; Reidsville, $3.50.
Rates between intermediate points
in same proportion.
W. A. Turk,
D. P. A.
I Have been a sufferer from
catarrh for 20 years. I found im
mediate relief in the use of Ely's
Cream Balm. Since using it
have not suffered a moment from
headache sore throat or loss of sleep,
from which I previously suffered,
caused by catarrh. I consider your
Balm a valuable remedy .rR. G.
Vassar, 56 Warren St., New York.
To feel bright and cherful attend
to your stomach. Take Simmons
Madam E. Besson, dealer in Mil-
Durham had several land compa linery, Fancy Dress Goods, No-
nies, all doiog fairly well but neither tions, &c, will close out mid-sum-
mer hats at reduced price. Ladies
tensive advertising It was con- PU do well to take advantage I
How to Enron
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Galvanized and Porcelain Lined.
Preserving - Kettles.
' Mason's Porcelain and Glass Top
FRUIT - JARS.
Raliigh, H. O.
Will accept orders for oil portrait
palmed from lite or photograph.
eluded to incorporate them into one
company, improve the property, and
offer it for sale upon such reasona
ble terms as to give everybody a
chance of owning a home. The
richt men were put atone head of
the company, and its sirccess is al-
of this offer.
Bradycrotine is recommended by
everybody who uses it for headache.
Is Consumption Incurable?
Read the following, Mr. C. H.
Morris. Newark. Ark., savs: "Was
ready virtually assumed. Mr. Ju-LinwT1 w:th AK!f,Psa Af T.,mffa anA
HAN b. Cakr, known ag over the friends and physicians pronounced
world as a wise business man, is me an Incurable Consumptive. Be-
t i r k t- . 1 x
iTCSiuenr; ol. j. i. Andrews,
one of the brainiest railroad men in
the country, and so regarded, is
Vicc-FresidentjMR. R.H. Wright,
who is a member of ihe firm of the
Dukes andintroduoed their cigarettes
from Stockholm to South Africa
and Australia, is the Secretary and
THE ADVANTAGE OF THE
NT ERE ST,
The Prettiest, Nicest, and Best Bread,
in North Carolina. PLAIN and
Baked every day. If yon desire anything
in the Baker's line, we will always be pleas
ed to serve yon. Orders from a distance
promptly filled. Wedding Cakes a
kept on hand a fall 'and fresh snpply of
Nick De & Co.,
French Bakers and Confectioners,
103 Fayetteville Btreet,
jnne2-tf. ..RALEIGH, N. C.
No. lQSWest Harget Street,
News From Above.
The latest intelligence from the uppr
regions, that is to say, from the lop of the
Blue Bidge, is that the ntw and elegant
hostelry of the Green Park Hotel Com
pany, at Blowing Rock, N. O., will be ready
for the entertainment of guests on the 30th
01 June . .
The proprietors are sparing neither
money nor efforts in their endeavor to
make this the most popular resort in the
mountains of North Carolina, so that our
friends may be assured that the
COMFORT AND PLEASURE
of guests will be provided for in a manner
superior to anything yet experienced in
that part of the mountain country.
At considerable expense, a beatifally
descriptive of Green Dark. Blowine Bock
and vicinity has been issued by the com
pany, which will be sent free on applica
tion, together with any other information
One great desideratum has been pro
vided for, and that is a house comfortably
heated throughout, whenever the weather
is cool. Address,
GREEN PARK HOTEL OO.
maylO-eod-tf. Blowing Rock, N. O.
gan taking Dr. .rung s JNew .Dis
covery for Consumption, am now
on my third bottle, and.able to over
see the work on my farm. It is
the finest medicine ever made."
Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio,
says : rlaa it not oeen ior Dr.
King's ISew Discovery for Con
sumption I would have died of
prop- Lung Troubles. Was given up by
doctors. Am now in best of health."
The lots that will be put on sale Try it. Sample bottle free
on the 7th, 8th and 9th of July John Y. McRae's drugstore.
embrace 286 acres of choice land
lying adjacent to Trinity College
Park. Much work has been done,
and streets sixty feet wide have
been laid off. The company cut its
property up into blocks of 600 feet
long by 300 feet wide with, a twen
ty foot ally' running through the
centre. The lots to be sold are
50 bv 140. and' every purchaser
rpts th benefit of the ally, side
walks and streets for which he pays
AH ADJOINING PARK
Adioinine these lots that will be
placed on sale are several acres of
original growth which the company
expects to convert into a p easam W ; -I 0 ' 0
park. This would add materially jyj yiCL)CO
to the value ot tne property oner
ed. In addition to this, tne pro
perty adioins Trinity College which
is itself a magnificent park of sixty-
three acres. The last Legislature
incorporated this college property
as "Trinity College Park;
LOTS SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE.
These eligible and desirable lots
will be put up without reserve.
There will be no fixed price, and
Best New Crop
At 40c per
W. B. Mann & Co.,
SUMMER DRINKS AND
OF 1TEW YORK.
RICHARD A. McCURDY, Feesipett.
Assets. . . .
We have just returned
from the North with a
full line of Ladies' and
Gents' Shoes, hats, dress
goods of all kinds, and,
m fact, anything in our
line wanted by the pub
lic. Give us a call.
B. F. Cheatham & Bro.,
225 Wilmington St.,
junl6-lm. RALEIGH, N. C.
Cor. Fayetteville and Hargett 8te.,
RALEIGH, X. C.
1891 JUNE 1891
Hi i' ; 1 1 1 1 1 1
Miss ifie Reese.
We have a full line of
Summer Millinery con
sisting of white1 Yachts,
and v assar;Sailors in all
kinds of straws.
Leghorn and Neapoli
tan flats, shirred mull
hats, flowers,- gauze rib
bon, etc,, etc.
As we do not carry over
bummer Millinery, we
will sell all ready -trimmed
goods at greatly re
Miss Maggie Reese,
219 Fayetteville St.
OPEN WINTER AND SUMMER.
Ten miles below Asheville, o
W. N. C. R. R.
LlEBIG'S GREAT RESTORATIVE
Beef, Wine and Iron,
HIRES' BOOT BEER.
35c. Pckg. Makes 5 gallons of a De
licious, Sparkling; He althful Bfenk.
For the Nerves a trne Tonic- Qt. Bot
MOTTO SPARKLING CRAB-APPLE
Pt. Bottles 15c.
SCHWEPPE'S BOTTLED SODA
AND SELTZER WATER,
tichweppe's Ginger Ale.
HORSPORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE.
Manufacturers' Prices to Jobbing
V. C. & 1 B. STR011ACH,
Bakers and Candy nannfactnreri
THE JOBBING TRADE
Wilt find it to their interest to
examine our Line
Crackers and Cakes
RED AND YELLOW
By Box, Bunch, &c.
FOR ICED TEA
lathe Best of All Tea.
Surplus $9,981,233 38
$30 to $40 per month.
$7.50 to $10 per week.
$1.50 per day.
50c. per meal.
Billiards, Ten-pin AUev, Croquet,
.fctc. Good food, good rooms,
good attention. Daily hack
to Asheville, besides
daily trains in all
R. B. & J. N. Vance,
junl2-lm. Asheville, N. C.
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