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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, JUNE 25, 1891. ALL THE NEWS IN OUR CAPITAL CITY. Special Notices: FOLKS WHO TRAVEL. THURSDAY, - - - June 25, 1891. Index to New Advertisements. for the A. & M. College for the Colored elected Professor ot History at Miss Rosa Broughton has gone to Durham on a visit to friends. Dr. Stephen B. Weeks, the newly THAT DURHAM FERTILIZER COMPANY, Knee. I). W. C. Harris Dying and Reno vating Works. The Chronicle's Wea'her Report. Washington, D. C, June 24 For Virginia: Fair; warmer; west erly winds; fair Friday and Satur day. For North and South Carolina; Fair; cooler on the coast, warmer in the interior; variable winds; fair Friday and Saturday. IN THE LORRIES AND ON THE STREETS. TrinJtv f!nlW n.issed through - "J J I J, T?fllfirrri VPStorcLlV OH hlS WaV tO ItS Chapel Hill. He paid us a pleas ant call. Mr. Jesscn, of Sanford, Florida, a delegate to the Real Estate Con vention, which was to have met change, arrived in the city and ALLIANCE went over the Exposition grounds. SEIZED. He will go on to New 1 ork. The Chronicle was delighted Statements Should etteviiie street. Be Backed by Its ' Actions, At Rate of Ten a Day. You will not have a better chance to buy a splendid piece of property than on July 1, 1891, at Winston. Special rates; sure profits; little cash, easy terms. Maps and figures at W. H. Cham berlains, at Jones & PowelFs Fay- Bradycrotine is no fake, but a sure cure fur headache. Uzzle & Co., 219 South Wil mington Street, has fine new corned mullets wholesale and retail. GUANO The excursionists to Asheville will leave the citv this morning. Carpenters are making things 7 fast n tbe. journalistic world. l,m n it nt tl,A F.Tnositinn rounds. Ho was here in attendance upon yesterday with a call from Joseph It Was Held Up at Oxford by P. Caldwell, Esq., editor of the . ' J J oiatesvine ijanumarK. ne senus oi uuvuuse u rrtw us a great paper and is winning his jMvi i uggea. The Chronicle prints to-day a In Your Gratp. , On Saturday our entire stock of Gents Outing Shirts will be placed on the Bargain Counter at a great sacrifice. Our store will be open until 11 o'clock Saturday night, and no one should miss this grand sale. Remember Saturday, June 27th, is the day. McGee & Moselet. Dry-Goods-and-Mifc FANCY ORUA Former Price 15c r i r - calico; SHi 5c. White Embroidered ljPn, n Wood Wanted. We invite sealed proposals until the 25th of June for delivering at Raleigh from one to five hundred cords of -seasoned pine wood, four The building of a large temporary th. meeting of the Executive Com- U 0 ard from the Durlmin Fertil. feet or eight feet long. Bidders hotel and of the mammoth' roller u.ullcu U1 uie OH,wliCM ABSUWrtr izer Company showing how it came Absolutely Puro. ere am of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leaveninjr strength. Latest u. S. Government Food lie- port.- 4 rv tUildlVl Id ill JIVWVOO ay not tne lawns in nasn ana j, o. o. F. - r . i . i .11 . j.i .1 iioore squares oe oeuer iaKen care Regular meeting of Seaton Gales of? rhey begin to look as if they LoJ No G4 j 0 Q F ton; ht would produce a revenue to the at 80.clocU sharp. Work in the about that their Official Alliance Guano was seized and treated as it was by the Department of Agricul- ture. Their statements all seemed will please state whether long or short leaf pine, when cut, and how soon it -can be delivered. Proposals for hard wood also in vited, stating particulars as above. Jones & Powell, Telephones Nos. 41 and 71, Raleigh. N. C. MUTUAL E F 1 EIFE ASSOCIATION, OF NEW YORK. Wanted. ,uano laggi-u his morning, ihe N. C, July 1st, write to Amis & business over - - - ?maiiuler 13.) were disposed of Scott real cstate agCnts, to select An excess over same 1,ta-e,L 1 F,lUKLL- for you some of this valuable prop- J?0 mi - ii - i J 11 Has m force over - - city if a mowing machine would Mrf . e E1'ection of officers plausible and we were about to attack it, ana the hay be sold, it is i r : . give mt-m um uijuunv m inengin, wrong to let the weeds and grass , v i e r n 1 but the Lhromcle man was up at . ,w,us v0iu,.a he disposed of. Candidates entitled A . . T. . A . crow there. . , , M, i -i i the Agricultural Department late v to tne tniru uegree win noi; iau 10 Ihe Chronicle man yesterday be on hand at 8 o'clock promptly, had a peep at some of the most beau- Every Odd Fellow invited, tiful tobacco ever seen in Raleigh. Thiem Sec'v. . . 1 -ar v. i ' it was raised oy iUr. John A.4 rui lor, of Vance county, and was a lot Off for a Retter Day of golden wrappers. We are glad Mr. D. II. McCullers a promi to learn that this years' crop is do- ncnt merchant of Clayton, accom ing well aLo in that county., . . , ; panied by Will II. IcCullers and The Chronicle learns that some Will A Robertson, passed through people are not coming to the 1th ot the city yesterday on his way to of July races because thOv think IIolv Neck. Va.. where he was to they will have to pay $1.00 to go1 be united in marriage to Miss muuu lM'ttel" wol,1(1 'lt lmV(i heen for Companies of Winston." out to the grounds and back. That Lizzie Jones at her home at 8 the Durham Fertilizer Company to - . sun jun2 is a mistake, 'lhere will be trains: o'clock p. m. The happy couple mux ucen m." -ir goous since running from llargett Street 'St a- will leave this morning for More- their lii;st tl,iu 1(sson instead cf tion as on Fair week, and anvbody head City where they will remain spending their time trying to rein- can ride out tor ten cents. 1 for several weeks. The Bonanza Excursion to Nor folk will leave Raleigh Tuesday June 'Mih at 8 a. m., and arrive at Portsmouth at 5 p. in. It will bo one if the pleasantest ones of the season. The people have the on- E. B. HARPER, President. yesterday auernoon anil heard something drop. He saw a telegram which read thus : Oxford, N. C, June 21, 91 I find Gl bags of Official Alliance Guano tagged this morning. Tl re unt This was something we could not understand. It occurred to us how Two energetic men or ladies, sal- arv $75ner month. Send stamp for Cash Surplus Reserve t Vk r Emergency Fund, Depos it. x. xj. ivudiUj,, ited with the Central 117 Fayctteville St., Kaleigh, JN. CJ. Trust Co., of New York, over f 3,000,000.00 Former price GOc. Now 3. Ladies' and Misses' Swiss Ribbed Ve At 10c. The Best 50c. Corset xne city. All of our Millinery Goods n. , at Greatly Reduced Prices 54 Crime Oniolrlv n n .1 c Barjrains.i ChM (lew York Millinery 211 FAYETTEVILLE 8TREEI, horty Days. The Tremendous Dry Goods Stock of is' - Jrj - Ms -1 Must be Sold Within 5 Weeks. Norr 1 ' 1. , V-; f If vou ar unahlft to attend thft A GRAND SHOWING. v nr ,1 r j : w lu the first five months of suit; 01 eai. xnu. iui 111 iii&iun, erty. : References: "Banks and Land l&jun28 1891 has received in new - - 20,000,000.00 peri- - - 4,889,885.00 Has in force over - - - 200,000,000.00 Has saved its living mem bers by Keduction of pre. miums more than - - - 25,000,000.00 New Business received in May, 1891 ------ 4,252,000.00 $18,000.00 worth of Merchaafeel Quick distribution compulsory. Prics will be made to suit purchasers. $6,000.00 worth Ladies'. (W, i.iuaoco ciiuu. viuiu iuii line snoesatd bnppersto be closed out. Such a harvest is only occasioned br i 1 -. our intense aesire to sellout everjiiiair Y. M. C. A. The Y. M. U. A. will hold its regular weekly business meeting Thursday night at 8 o'clock at the Edenton Street Methodist 'church class room. The association is en- state the good name of the firm. Ac tions speak far louder than words on paper. The Chronicle knows there are good, honest men connected with the Durham Fertilizer Company, and it would not 1 - . . do tnem an injustice, but it oner lock, stock and barrel and thr Life Insurance at half the cost of avail themselves not, of this oppcrtu I mfv nil lj--F4- JUlitJ, WjVXJ. JijCU ACll. Agents wanted in everv county in North Carolina. Apply in person or by letter to LEACH & WORMAN, 6-19-lw Gen'l State Ae'ts for N. C. Norris' Dry Ecods Sftsre. a .. a- t? i 1 1 1 r conrag,,! l,y tbe incrvased member- s. evident ll.at ,!,, i. "SOm,ilii, f nVT-t ,1 V-l 1 ' P. Sb!l'- T1"Te " "0W n itS r1U rotten in Denmark. 1 " !l.W'!l.. 1 members. The meeting Mr. Jno. KoWnson. Comm iiiwuiii iUI iiiutiu xiiuibuiiy ai iv Thursd iv niVht i; for the mirnose r 1. .1 r 1 .1 .. T.,lr 1 ' AllurMKiy nigl is ior mo purpose sioner of Agriculture, sent the fol a. li!., .July Jrd. rare round trip 0f ilUoii-winMoritinn- for their new 1 1 Vi-. , T)nn mUa U oi uistusing locations ior tntir new i0Wlng repy to r. Terrell's telt VMltllAGE OF rnOF. CII.V31 HEltl. V1NK. hall, gymnasium, bath-room, parlor, reading room, etc. All members should be there. trr.im? One-Thousand J Gallons Best New Crop if i x McGee Bargains -AT- M0S616U wooiitou & son's. lie Happily Weds a Salisbury Lud of (Jreat Popularity. In the Methodist Episcopal Kaleigh, JS. U., dune 24. 1Y1U1C1 Geo. R. Teuuell, Oxford, N. C. A j Withdraw from sale the Gl sacks. AT A flP. T1PT , . X i 1JWJL Weigh each sack and bring us sam pies. Jno. IvOhinson, Com. Another thing is evident and that is that Commissioner Robin- To-Day We Have the Greatest Spec ial Sle ot the Season. To-lay we place on sale, for one i nv nnlv n lrt nf Oil AVinilw l. : c..i:,i J j9mvmo u,u.' " yu xue.Miaj Shades with spring rollers and beau- evening, rrot. josepn i a. lain.icr. tifull designed borders, at 50c. lame, pro ie;.;or .vgncu uure.in TheS(? 6liatlcsare worth $L0() POn is doing his duty. He is storm- tne a. una ji. ouege oi tins city, to rlft pn(ll, w wlll nl nlnpi, in? ti.e Waii. antl wll(.n ho lin,ls - V " w -v J41 vvj O 7 on sale the same day a big lot of weak place he makes his ammuni Misses Black Ribbed Hose at 10c. tion tell. The f armers of North per pair that would be very cheap Carolina owe him a debt of grati at 2ic. .These goods are the great- tude. JL was happily married to Miss Ilope Summerrell, daughter of Dr. J. J. Summerrell, a prominent physician of that place, and grand daughter, , . , r. est uargains .mat we nave ever numpie o nciaieu, anu a large auui- rlw i a i 1 r . . ' 1 .i ' jollered. Any one needing any- ' . ?. nr-1 thing in window shades or Misses were present to add joy ,,to Hos(; wiI1 fm9 u l0 thcir interest (o me occasion. l'roiessor mim- Gallon. W. B. Mann & Co., Cor. Fayettsville and Hargett SK, RALEIGH, IS. C. jtino2-tf. Our Big Reduction sale commences Monday $L5 Per yard June 22d. Bargains throughout the store. 2,000 yards best quality shirting prints 5c. yd., worth 7c. 1,000 prs. Ladies', Misses and Children's Slippers from 68c. to 300 parasols 50c, GOc. and 75c, worth 75c, $1,00, and $1.25. Ladies' and Misses' Ribbed Vest, 10c. each. 5,000 prs. Misses black Ribbed All Summer Goods Hose 10c- Let us await patiently the re sults of the' above investigations. 1 l 11 i i .1 jvl!.J neriauie anu nis nnue men looKtne train for the North where they go to visit his old home. ' Prof. Chamberlaine is not'a iVa- tiv; North Carolinian, but he is1';!.. thoroughly transplanted from New1 York to the Old North State Ahc could well be. lie is now fyhe'dfi the foremost educators among the young men of the State and has won great praise as ProfeMoioi' Agriculture in the A. and Ms-Col-h'ge. He is a high-toned gentle- i . J . .. At' iihwi, oi superior nuainmems.i . His bride comes from one of -the best families in the State, ard is fto popular and well known among the young people throughout its borders that all will join with the Cnn')Ni CLE in congratulating Prof. ChaW berlaine on his splendid selection. attend this the greatest special sale of the season. In order to avoid as much as possible the usual big rush and jam that we have at our spec ial sales, we will begin this morn ing at 8 o'clock instead of 10. This i i we nope win, gve everyone an op portunity to be waited on. We ex tend an invitation to all to attend this great special sale. -! Yours truly, D. T. Swindell. : To feel bright and cheerful at- tend to your stomach. Take Sim- mons Liver Regulator. Go to M:uin & Co., for pure lard gool Hour, and nice hams. Ely's Cream Iialm is worth its The Fourth of July is of impor tance and we are pleased to see that preparation is being made for its proper observance in this city. But the grand auction sale of lots to be held July 8tis of far more impor ance to the national advancement of the city than any event that has oecurcd lately. No city or town in the Statu has a better record forin- Mlt. MORGAN'S STATEMENT. Late last night the Chronicle man saw Mr. S. T. Morgan, .Presi dent of the company, who said that the tags had been sent to Oxford, but that they were not delivered properly. He claims that there was no intentional violation of law. Ilig Linen Sale. . AVe will place on sale Fridav.r mammoth stock' of Linen's. Pr : of things among them are chei;A eWugh to make you look twice to believe your eyes. ; Table" Damask, Napkins, Doylcs, Bed Linens, Towells, Linen Shirtings, Stamped Linens, Linen Lawns and the bal ance of the Linen Family. No house-keeper can afford to miss this sale. Remember, Friday June 2Gth is the day. ! ' je23 Ot McGee Moseley, THE SWANNAN0A," ASHEVILLE, N. C. 1 Good Medium-Priced Hotel. Under New Management. Thoroughly overhauled, refitted and refurnished : modern conveniences : delightfully cool rocms, and superb views. Kates and reading matter upon application. liU W -UL,Li (JU1313. junl6-3m. must go. Specials for each day. IgpSee Locals. McGee & Moseley. 139 and 131 Faietleville Street. Special Bargains A new line of towels, napkin, and table lined. White Lawns, Nansooks and other white goods. A new line of Vassar Sailors at 30c, 50c, and GOc. 17 L 111 News From Above. TO G10S6 Ollt 1 The latest intelligence Iron the rcnner rer ons, that in to say, from the top of the r,iu jsiage, is m&i tno new eua elegant hv elry of tbf Greea Park iioe! Com- , at Blowing Hock, N. ()., will be ready 1u 'he entertainment of cufists rm ih.a ootU I will sell within as short time as weight in gold as a cure for cttarlh.'f vestors. All whobuylotsin Raleigh One bottle cured me. S. A. Love!!, ; now may feel very sure of a Franklin, Pa. ' r -.rprofit. rood Wanted. A position as book-keeper. Good reference. Address II, junlG-lw care CmioNici fe. Green Apples and vucumuers plentiful now and demand for Royal vjt er m at eu r i nerea si n jr. . . : . , v - v: possible-' the stock- of goods of the ie entertainment of guests on the 20th Jhe nronretora s?.ro f-nwrinr. nnin,oT money nor efforts iu their .endefcvor to kite D. S. Wait t agent.. This stock mlie this the most popular report in th a v i-;"'--;- '; mly bSp.Stt'SW0 ,blt0Ur consists: of Clcihing, StrawHats, , COMFORT AND PLEASURE Soft and Stiff Hats, white and col of cuests will he provided lor in a manner superior U anyihiug yet experienced in ored Dress Shirts, and' everythi n" thntpart of the mo uuta'iv country. : . . J illumed Pe?80,: a beaMnlly kept in a gents' furnishing store. OK descriptive ot Green p.rk, Blowing Rock and Vicinity ha been issued by the com pany, which will Vif se. t tree on apidica tiosV together with auy ether infoTmation de iir?d. : hio great df"?ideratnm has been pro vided lor, and that i a house comfortably hoate-.l throughout, whence? the weather is cool. Address, GUEEN PARK HOTEL CO. mayiO-eod-tf. 'L'lowing liock, l. 0. EMBROIDERED' SKIRTING '. Attention is directed to our displa" of Embroid ered Skirtings, which is remarkable for the many novel designs hown. ! Hem-Stitched Swiss, with bands of Valencines tunning cross-wise, and richfy embroidered, heni stitched swiss, with medi ci lace, in the most unimip -nnttrQ T1.1Cjv These goods must be sold, as the i ' f and Ecru grounds, em- business is to be closed out pntirelv. hrrkirlp'rH in hnrnt COl i - j,,1 . v,.. i . A "ua viii uu &uiu wiinoui re serve, and no goodi will be taken back after being paid for and deliv ered. II. V. WAITT. ored flower designs In the above are some specialhT attractive val ties, w. H. & R. S. Tueker & Co., 123 and 125 Fayciteijic tfc.