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DAILYfSTATE CHRONICLE, JUNE 28, 1891.
MAT II STRANGER THINKS HE DURHAM Anchoring There for Season .he Tells the Chronicle Readers ABOUT A IIUSTLIXG CITY. way until lit got his company where he wanted it on the top notch of success to stay, and this is the kind of a business man he is. As a politician, he is of the same make, lie puts the same energy into politics as he does into his bus iness, and that's why the North Carolina Democrats like him so much that they are going to make him the, next Attorney General of their State. "When he is there, he will revolutionize things in that State. .- Everybody at Work, Factories Push ed With Orders, Activity )is- played Along the Line. (Special Cor. State Chronicle.) Durham, N. C, June 27, '91. I have anchored here for a season. Before coming, however, I knew something of Durham. I knew it as the leading smoking tobacco city of the country and had learned that it rivalled any in the sale of the leaf, but I did not know it was also a city of schools and col leges, nor had I heard that it con tained some of the largest cotton mills of the State. As I grabbed my luggage and hustled out of the Durham and Northern train a tremendous and handsome building met my gaze and upon its front was painted the well known sign that 1 had often read before "Hlackwcll's Genuine Hull Durham Smoking Tobacco." ( ilancing again 1 caught sight of another large sanctuary farther up the track and I saw the great sign from a ditanee reading "V. Duke Sons & Co." Then 1 remembered th, millions of cigarettes smoked among the boys of mv town and recalled the familiar voice of a fes tive kid a he would holler: "Mis- ter, ginme a cigarette picture." t -v 1 1 . . I 1111 111111 K Vm'l V !1 ri'lT HVtl '' r ........ and well does it merit the appella tion, "Tin Tobacco citv of th" South." Here is the largest smok ing tobavco factory in the world, the largest cigarette factory in the 11.1 . . 11 world, i in most energetic aim Hope ful people in the world. The trade of this city is immense and one can only judge of it after he has seen the works of the great factories in operation here. A close estimate puts the annual trade of Durham at TKX MILLION DOLLARS, 1.1 . 1 1 1 M 1 iimi 1 1 1 writer wouiu iikc io near of a city of 8,000 people anywhere hat can come up with a better amount. Then again there is an army of producers that cannot help building m m -m 11 1 up a town. 1 'vcivc hundred nanus working in two factories, and dis tributing 1,000 per week, besides tl: thousand of other laborers all fee hire that Durham must go tor ward. Flesh a mass of disease, condi tion hopeless, the system an entire wreck, nerves all unstrung, yet P. P. P. was taken and an entire cure made. Attend to diet and direc tions of P. P, P. and all blood dis eases must yield slowly but surely. TEACHERS' INSTITUTES. i:. v Tin SMITH i;f. Mlt ATTORNEY f I. Will A I ha ii v Union Siivh II Kevoliitioni.f Thinzs. Albany, N. Y.f Union, lion. K. Chambers Smith, Chair 'nan of the North Carolina Demo n-atic State Committee, who was in a the caoitol a ew days ago, is a vi-rv bright young man. He one of those Southern "uig men who getteth up witli the lark and hustleth all lay at something, whether there is ;i iollar in it or not, but he gener ally manages to find the dollars. 'I 'lie rarmville coal and iron com I'fny of Virginia hit upon him for president, and they wouldn't '':ive the president of the Unite States now in his place. He fairly ,1;iz d the old stockholders by the vs:iv hi- took hold of things. lie N'.inolconized everything. It made 'I"' antediluvian stockholders take 1 back new and he boomed the "'"I;uiy until the cSrectors had al hair on their heads come ou I Din P.. v. .w?t!nent as to " 'Ml mi Alv thcr the company would smash ,M A 1 " 'iirivc. .'"iiiig Smith didn't go around u brass band telling everybody Vl:,t he intended to do; He just 1 !'H w i k in u secret and auVoit Times and Places, and Conductors For the County Institutes. Profs. E. A. Aldermnn :ml m - flL . . Claxton. Madison county, July 13. Haywood, July 20. Jackson, July 27. Swain, August 3. Graham, August 10. Cherokee, August 17. Clay, August 24. Macon, August 31. l'rol.. Alex. (iraliHtn and E. L. Hughes. Cleveland, July 13. Mecklenburg, July 20. Gaston, July 27. Cabarrus, August 3. Davidson, August 10. Stanley, August 17. Montgomery, August 24. Moore, August 31. Prof, j. Y. Joyuer and It. V. Knitted y. McDowell, July 13th. Mitchell, 20th." Yanccv, 27th. Henderson, August 3rd. Transylvania, 10th. Polk, 7th. Prof. C. 1. Solver and Wife. Lincoln, July 1 3th. liuncoiube, 20th. liurke, 27th. Catawba, August 3d. Stokes, 10th. Surry, 17th. Yadkin, 24th. Davie, 31st. Prof, vi. c, S. Xnble and E. P. 'ildM's. Wilkes, July 13th. Alexander, 20th. Caldwell, 27th. Watauga, August 3d. Ashe, 10th. Alleghany, 17th. The Intitutes will be held at the ispectivc county seats. 1 &&&si&& 1 Wauled. Two energetic men or ladies sal ary $7f)per month. Send stamp for reply. U. D. Kor.ixsox, 117 Fayetteville St., lialeigh, N.C. Abbo t's East tiidiin Corn Paint Eradicates Corns, Bunions and Warts where all other remedies fail. Wood Wanted. AVe invite sealed proposals until the 2f)th of June for delivering at Raleigh from one to five hundred cords of seasoned pine wood, four feet or eight feet long. Bidders will please state 4iether 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. Joxks & Powell, Telephones Nos. 41 and 71, Raleigh. N. C. Sssssssssg s s s s s s s s s s s s Swift's Specific A Tested Remedy For All Blood and Skin Diseases A reliable cure for Contagious Blood Poison, Inherited Scro fula and Skin Cancer. As a tonic for delicate Woman and Children it has no equal. Being purely vegetable, is harm less in its effects. A treatise on Blood and Skin Dis eases mailed free on application. Druggists Sell It. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. S s s s s s s s s s s s )S.SSSSSSS) - ..... . .ir ij.-j: ... f?zr-:v ors, .Wk, SAVANNAH. GA, Si, iARY'S iCHOuL, o- E8TABJLXSHED 1842. The Eaf?tor Term ot St. Mary's School Will Begin January 29tti. For catalogue and mforiration, addroB the Kector, KV. BHNNETTS!EDES,A.M.. Raif.iq9, N.C ELY'S CREAIV1 BALNI-Cleanses the Nasal! Pass a ires. Allays lain aud Inflammation. Heals s the Sores, Itestores Taste and Smell, and Cures K lASlrvlln.l Cltnr rftft flAYFQER Gives Relief at once for Cold in Head. Avtlv into the Nostril. It it Quicklv Absorbed. 50c Druggists or bj mail. ELY BROS., 6G Warren St, N. Y. V3 sod AW The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company, OF NEWARK, N. J. One of the Oldest, Largest. Stroncrest. and Best Financial Institutions in the world. AVe pay Larger dividends than anv other company and can show policies ixi iui ui viiiuuiiit iiicit are Lu-iiuy uraw inc over a 50 per cent, dividend. We furnish the Best and Cheapest Insurance offered by any company. For further information address fOIIX C. DREWRY, State Agent, Raleigh, N. C. Active agents wanted in every town in the State. If you want to know what a policy will cost, cut this out, fill in the blanks, and mail to us. We will return you guaranteed cost. Amount Age (nearest birthday, Name, Address 7. . . $3 S and other st ecial ties for Gentlemen, l Ladies, etc, are war anted, and so stamned on bottom. Address V,L.. DOIHaIjAS, IJrocliton.Mi'ss. Sold by HELLER BROS. i:)4 Favettcvilta S.t Sole lgzsth foi li.M.F.TGH: N. (i E K IJ M. A i i F. NTS and canrass -ers lnoki 'g for a permanent money making business no conipetticn. should scure the pale of the Patent Adjustable Shoe. Address, with siamp, CONSOLIDATED SHOE CO., Salem, Mass. junel4-eodinD4:W-2tinW THE YARB0H HOUSE, K. B. RANEY, Proprietor. rLaleigli, 3ST. O. Rates $2.50 per day. $10.50 to $15.00 oer week. HOTEL FLORENCE. T. G. ARRINGTON, Manager. Ia-leigli, 3ST. O. Rooms, with meals at the Yarboro House, $2.00 per day, $10 per week. BT Special rates to lawyers attend ing Supreme Court. june31-6m. COLIN M. HAWKINS & CO., Investment - Brokers 331 FAYETTEVILLE 8T., Raleigh. N. C. tovotfc 6'4.l attention be rwgo- AND- Summer Goods, I.WINETROB, 114 FAYETTEVILLE ST., the: tailor nvitae his trienda and customers to ex amine Goods for FINE AND MEDIUM CLASS m AND PANT GOODS- I make a specialty of Cheap Feints. Which I make to order from $4.50 to S6.00. 9T I pell piece goods, by the yard, ana nave a large line to select irom. ja Prices are Low and oau3factioc Guaranteed. y w of . v y ! y iy ..v We open this morn'ner at 213 FavottA. villa Street, next to btrjustch's Grocery. We offer all good at ah damaged by moT iug htock at bargains, and 'we will hn pleased to quote the vt ry cheapest fignrea on PIANOS AND ORGAiVS. We handle the most durable and rfinntit- ble goods, and would like to uhow how easy we can D-QF !IBI If yon don't want a piano, why bur an organ; if you dont want an rgan, BUY A FIDDLE and if you don't want a fiddle, you are welcome to come in and Look at Them, Anyhow. NORTH STATE MUSIC CO., Cecil G. Stone, Mq'b, 113 Fayetteville t., Raleigh, N. 0. Lime and Gem :o: Carson's Eivertsii Wondtaraed Line. Dealers?, DuildeTa, Tanners, Taper-Jilak-e fay - IT IS THE BEST. )ne dealer wri'e to the manufacturers a f'.loww: "We ake reat pleanurn in aairtrs: you that e nre eri))g to all the principal cen- trvsctois aiifi bmj :era iuonr city, a'd ship-vi- 8 tood deal to ne g))brfiL,g towns. with f ntir- aatis'iiction to all. eeoMsider it the btst lime m our market. We fid the barrels larger mid in better oon.iinoi i ban otlier brands we have 8"ld, and have never ha i to pay ut a cent tor cooperage )ii jour barrels " (notber writes: "We have been hardline your "t'lvt-rtou L,iuie tor the lato t -ur year.; at the rate ot from 3.000 to 10.(?0 bane's pt-r year, ami co:iidtr it tte be-t we huve ever han.l U-d. It slacks quio-i y and is free from core, l'mps and t-pecks. t'or geMernl uc thnie in n- nfc be ter." Anothei writes: "We bandfed thou sands ot barrels ot your ( Vnt-imiHl ?. ime iu the last eix or never) yar, and tak plea ure in recorttmmlo ti it tth" pubti--. It slacks up well -n! quic'-, is ver' Ui t and free trom impnrit s " For sale by the barren ur car-; ac5 t i as any Htandard qual tv bv JONEM & IOW.fcL?,, M AS f FACTUB6H8' KNTH HALWC4H. N. O. The aleigh Plat'. Ice Factory is now making ice and ready t- fil! orders by - ar lod or more or less, as low as the lowes Quality best. Jones & Powell, OF j Hot Weather 1 Comforts, siK-li as Drap 'Tas, Seersuckers, Flannels, Serge, AVasli Goods, Etc., Etc. Don't think you can put off mak ing a selection for awhile, for tin; hot weather is well on now. "Wliitingf 13ioss... Clothiers and Hatters, RALEICII, N. C. ds, mm mm, 1 1 s, (Graduate ol American Veterinary Col lege). VETERINARY SURGEON, KA LEIGH. N. U. jT" OtlioH at Uobtjitt's Drug More.""" t,Iijtir mary on Viiai:nton i-trct oppo r r ritt-cnmt4 V I'Aiii?.'.- -rr' ";.!i(.e Gouniu Bonds roit SALE. We Buy and Sell on Commission 11. 1. CLASSES or trOND8, TO0KS. AND COMMERCIAL PAPEE. -FOK- TOWNS, CITIES, RAIJLWAYJr and fDLSTKIAIi COMl"ANIEF. The Farmers' Allliance As an organization has endorsed aiia elected to office those who they think will advance their interests financially and politically. Cleveland Springs, as a Health Resort, has been endorsed and recommended by those who have tested the virtues of its waters, and know from experience the wonderful powers they possess in the cure of all diseases ot the blood, liver, bladder or kidneys, or dyspepsia, malaria, nervous debility or any of the ills to which flesh is heir. If you are a sufferer, therefore, Repudiate in Toto All patent medicines you have been us insr in the vain hone of being cured. and go at once to this fountain which nature has prepared for the relief of suffering humanity, for after a few davs use of its waters you will become as enthusiastic over their merits as the Alliance leaders are over Careful attention given to the meat of funds for out-of-town investors The Sub-Treasury Bill Or any other measure which they think necessary tor the advancement and sue cess of their partv. For analysis, testimonials, etc., ad dress, J. B. WILKINSON, Proprietor Cleveland Springs, junl5-d&v-3iu, Shelby, X. C. The Hoard of Commissioners for Northampton county, N. ('., will sell for cash by public auction ;il the court house door in .Jackson, on .Monday. July (t!i, INM , eighteen bonds of said county, to be is-u'd on said dav, by said Hoard for (he purpose of buiVling a county jail. FJaeh ot s.iid bonds is of thedenoinination of Five Hundred I.VIOJ Dollars, with annual interest coupons of Thirty Dollars each attached. The principal of nine i'.t) of these bonds are pavableon.Julv r.th, l'.ij, anl nine .! on July ',th, l.il,at the office of the County Treasurer, where the coupons are payable. The bonds are issued under an act of the (Jeneral Assembly of North Caroli na, ratilied March :;d is'.M. ano are not saleable below par, and not redeemable unt il maturity. Special provision is made for their payment. There are no outstanding bonds against the count v. .1. W. (I KANT, Chairman. J. W. FLKKT WOOD, C. S. C. junell-'Jv-3v. Call to see, or write to L H Wyatt, Ral eigh, N. C, Dealer in all kinds of Farm Implements, ; achmery, Ergines and Boilers, for prices on best Mowers, Har vesters, Binders, Hay Hakes. Hay and Grain Caps, as per abovt cuts. mm mm m. Th Crowning: Glory the Many Wonderful Resources ot North Carolina. AN UNSURPASSED TONIC, APPE TIZER AND BLOODPURIFIER. 4.SURE CUBE FOR DYSPEPSIA CiHIiONIt HT aRKHOE , SCROF ULA, E ZEMA AND SOME KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLE. CURjES PEOPLE AT OR AWAV FROM THE SPRINGS. HIGHLY ENDORSED 'BY EXI NENT PHYSICIANS. OAKLAND HEIGHTS SANATORIUM- tFUltMEULY OAKLAND INN) ASHiiVfLLF, N. C. The Jloft f'omp'ete Health IU-ort in the South. Is now open ar d redy tor g.: ets. Thie houe ia fbe mo.-t desirable in the South f r persons who n ed r-tt and m;dicl attention No h'.te! in Awhevi le has ae well t ri.i-heil rooms and it cni-ine ie uneq ailed Onlv in c-e of jutieuta ie thb diet regulated. Th tai:r js an im portant feature of the sat atorium. The v.ht-r is pure aud plentiful coming trom a lirge, liruphl spring near by. The sanitary arrangem-nts hre an ie"rfect at care and money can make t .'em. Persona ufterin wit throat and lung trouble are greatly bnentted by a htay at thit plrtce The medical ir.anagem litis under ti e direction of Dr P. vv. Netfns, recently of the Jackson Sanatorium at Dansville. The Sanatorium is thoroughly equipped with modern appliances tor the scientific relief and cure" of all nervous and chronic ''dsease. The lath department are new throughout and are under the snperviMioD of competent and ski. led attendant. The methods of treatment include all forms ot baths, the Medicated Vapors, urkiah, Electric, Russian, Roman Moliere, I'hwr-aio-Eieftnc Electro- hemicil, Mas.ab Electricity in ad its form, also Swediae Vlovemcn s Medical attendance and every form of treatment incluiej in price of room Although the comfort and we fare oi he eica are the first considerations every opportunity ie given to thon who deeire o spend a pleasant and prolita jle eeaoa here. Addres :or turthi-r paarticu ara Miss Emilie Vaughn, m ay 19 2 n ASHEVILLE, N. O. NrOTICE. -HaTiij qaaliriecl as , - utor of the late Mrs. Eli: t Yon tfan't Bncv from Yonr Drosr Addres & IIOTL CO., exec- Eliza H Knox, deceased, this i- to notify aL persons having claims arminst the es tate to present the Fame to me foi payment on or before the '2d day of 'ay, lS'.fi or this notice will be pled in bar of recovery. All persons in dbted o the estate will please settle rhe f-ame without lelav. A. W. KNUX. Kxec'rof maj23-larVor. Eliza II. Knox, dee'd