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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, TUNE 28, 1891.
LL THE NEWS IN OUR CAPITAL CITY. Ixe State (Clxvomcte. SUNDAY, June 2S, 1SU1. Index to cv Advertisement. V7. II. & I. S Tucker & Co. China Mattmg;. yorr Gr-'ut Shoe and Clipper Sale .McGee v .Moselev IiiK Jale Thurs day iinM Friday. S & 1) Her wamrer Special Sale of Fine Suits II. II Wm-ht First Auction Sale cf Lots. The ClironirleN Weather Report "Washington, I). C, June 27. v;r Virginia Fair; Stationary tem perature, northeast I y winds; fair Monday; For North and South Car olina and Georgia fair. Cooler North easterly winds. Showers Monday. W II 12 It K TO JO TO CHURCH. Baptit. First Baptist Cncr.cn. Rev. J "W. Carter, D. 0., Pastor Sunday -chool a 9:30. hos H. Brigss, Hupeiinten drnt Preaching at U a. m. and SCO p. m . 11 cordiilly invited TABRiitfACLR BArnsr. Hev. Dr. J. J. HhII, D I)., Pa-tor. Sunday School at 9: 5. X. H. Bronghton, Superinten dent. Preac'Mn r ar. U a. ru and 8:00 p. m., bytaerastor. Public invited Methodist. Central M. K. Church. ? ev. Dr. L. L. Xa?h, Pastor. Sunday SctooI at 9:30. V. X. S-i.lini' Suitrintndent. PrechiMK at 1 1 a. m. a-d 8 15 p. m. by : tne pastor. All invited. Brooklyn M. K. C ;uiki. Rev ( Mrs. Hat tie V. AVaitt lias quali fied before the clerk of the Superior Court as the administratrix of her husband, the late D. S. AVaitt, Esq. Clerk of the Court Thompson is in favor of a low rate to be charged in the collection of the small re turns of the direct land tax. Mr. Will Wynne, of this city, rave a great bicycle riding exhibit in Winston on yesterday, and they do say that Will cut many graceful capers. Superintendent Lewis of the Ral eigh .Street railway declares that not a moment will be spared from the work on the line until it is com pleted. It is to be hoped that the Grand Union Depot will be ready by the Exposition so that we will not be ashamed to 20 to meet our friends when they come. The bonanzo excursion on Tues day next is the event that has been looked forward to with the greatest interest. Norfolk is the place to go to have a big time. There will be no s 'rvices to-day in the Baptist Tabernacle since the reconstruction is going on. Services will be canducted by Dr. J. J. Hall in Metropolitan Hall. Moved. I have located the Moseley House corner Wilmington and Hargett streets, Raleigh, N. C. Shalf be glad to see my friends. Accom modation satisfactory. M. J. M06ELEY, DIE . Another shipment of those big heavy Irish I luck Towels, the "Wa- The Gre t " Racket" to Re Ou Faj et'eville Street. The live and wide awake "Rack- ter Moss" price 25c at 35c they d , et gtore Force .will on or about be cheap. AV. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co.. Willi PflPl 1.1 i August 10th, move into the large I VIllAA iUA 1 I , i anu uanusonieiy mieu up sn c vu Ninety inch German Linen At the residence of Mr. W. T. Parrish, on yesterday morning at eleven o'clock, Mrs. Rowena Hub bard died in her G7th vear. She was a member of the Central Meth odist Church. The funeral will take place from the residence at 9:30 this morning. Speci.! attention i. -------- " -' . . s?r ? w nutting The l ist c.r-lo?il ra from floor to ceiling with new c" L ' 't voni ai ,u,. W. IT. & R. S. Tucker & Co. h.ht smil nttrn,tive oods of the!s.onleot Uie "04v ori very latest and most "fashionable j eVer h"'U , -m 111 1 1 ! tllJS I HA . r KM. J M. r MM 7 M M. k VI. 1 J 1 Fayetteville Street. This elegant 910 fppt. loiirf Jind Will Sheetin 80 cents a yard, compare . , . 0 , . 0 , ' - . 1 have all the new and modern 1111 with the best blOO shcctimr von, . . ... . , , tMU - - : ni-ArjTiiunte o m I if- will be Tinoked , , -. 1 lurvimmci r Heavy Crochet Bed Spreads, new Marseilles patterns, three ply yarns $1.00. Marseilles Bed Spreads, summer weight, full size; rood patterns, $1.50 each worth $2.00. W. II. & R. S. Ti CKEii & Co. effort to offer you more and great- DARIUS S. WAITT. The committee appointed by Wil liam G. Hill Lodge No. 218, A. F. and A. M., to prepare a memorial for the late D. S. Waitt, have re ported as follows : We have known Brother D. S. Waitt in all the relations of life as a dutiful son. as a lovin hus band, as an affectionate father, as a true Mason, and as a consistent, de voted Christian. He was honored by this lodge by being elected to the position of Worshipful Master, he was honored by the Grand Mas ter of the Grand Lodge of North Carolina with the most important office within their gift, and he was laithtul to every trust. At an earlv The great demand for capes, as summer garments lias caused us to purchase a mot extensive line of these goods, and we are now offer ing them at very low prices. W. II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. fvpicoptl. Cmu-i" C.m;uch Rev. Dr. M. M. M irjhr.ll re;or. F f h Sunday afier Irn uy. K;-ri CYuun'Mu ui S a. m. I)uii;e i-erviet and .-eiiiiou w . II a m. va'ida f r,d h 5 0 . rn. h ml weiisoriii :') p ni Serv:c-t ;urin th! w t-k: .M dny. St i t-'er's D-ty, an I Fr ;.ay " a. VeIaesday. Op ii A 1 h i e CUUsi II oFTiIK 1')-I) HHP.'If.r.I). I lev. J Virf,H?e Itctr. Fi "li Su.kImv a't-r T:Mrjirv. S n i y Sc (! at. a. m ' "!!. ii:; piryr aa ; ter- nion at 11 k 111. rvciniL' i:,if si::-! ful Promiser." who Iims 'nven If cotton blooms are not "chest- O. Durant, P.tstor. Sun lay Scnool at i . 1 1 ri i : o. in.. J o Porter. Suy-fint-ndent nuts we would like to state that PreacJiui-c at s p 111 Prater meeting ! we had one 111 one button-hole yes- aire he committed himself to th e.nu o iiuu,.. ; terdav and it came from the cotton h'Faithl 1 farm of ISIr. W. (it. Upchurch. j Mr. A. V. Long, recently Pro fessor of Englih in Watford Col- ; b'ge, S. C, won the degree of A. , M. at Harvard this year, and has been awarded a valuable scholar ship for next year. Norris' Drv Goods Store sold Our line of Traveling Requisites is very complete, and a saving right through iii time and price to every tourist. W. II. & R. S. Tuck Eii & Co, Y; 1 er bargains than ever befqre. Our j ' second floor Department is a room , tbU ,.v,irs lneIlt. i!l 100 ieet long, and will be used en-j will be tilled with carpets and qual ity or style that your fancy may require. In order to sell out our present store as close as possible before moving we are now offer- I ing the entire line at greatly reduced j prices. Any one needing anything I in dry goods will find it to their in terest to examine our mammoth stock before buying. Yours truly, D. T. Swindell. We call attention to a complete line of Blazers manufactured for our own trade. Ail are made tlie full length 20 inches. W. II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Just in, a bale of Snnriia Rugs, in designs panic larly adapted for u-e n straw floor?, at the moi satisfactory price. w. H.&R. S. Tucker & Co. 123 i?u 125 FaveTtevillr St. The L.i-t Day. A right royal round of "Linen Bargains" for Monday. The pru dent buyer having a little money to invest would do well to anticipate j future needs from the yarious lots. McGee & Moseley. FIRST WEEiv OF B?st Scotch and American Ging hams; some that were 10 cents are now 2") cents. W. II. &: R. S. Tucker fc Co. Do you want to save money on Table Linens, Towels and Nap kins? If so, jro early Monday morning to theassurancetoall Hisfollowers,Be ; ;x q,W(.i 'y.A),.t (f v.,i,les thou faithful unto death, hmI I will j n Linens ever off,-red just as von give tliee a crown 01 lite. Y e have every reason to believe that he was faithful, and that he has received the reward " even life I McGee & Moseley': ent'r our front door W. II. & R. Tucker & Co. McGEE & MOSELEV S Grand Mid-Season Merchandise Movement. Don't miss our Bio; sale of forever more." One of our favorite poets has mere goods yesterday than any day 1 piven us a picture ot a youth press since thev have been in basinet. ! inS viml and upward bearing a j The Steam Riding Gallery Mill 'b - run Wednesday, July 1st, ex ' presslv for white ladies, irentlemen land children from 4 n. m. until 10 oIIOES AND OLII'I'KK Fashiomibh! ino.iistes announce i ut nig. je.su unJ tu. 1 that Pdaek Lace Dresses are being! " ; recalled into ;opularity. j 5 in s '' "''ctuded. In fact, lace d.-esses or ovcr-i-kirts ! For the double purpose of ac ii 1 1 ii !.... .i.;.. a . 1 ot lace are very nanusonie and Oe- comiiiooai-inu; our cusicmers wno -ri if 'tie " e-X : p. m 'Tl'i v vicis furiu -av All during this week slices will be ltr on which was inscribed the cominLr, and no helix's wardrobe is ' could not attend our Big L and Welti'rda'. a.. U a. in l'ti :a a Op 1. 1. m. A . U '. All cor.:i:dIy invited. :hr;:iua hu ch. Mins'il Cliuic il ev .r. L. F -tr, I'i.rur. rutidiy St; e.;oi at tea. Pi , aer:i x 11 v. m Sr r en to lie ii l'ef m c. le-nuftheK leirh an. I ( r ? Iii eoal. and s p. m. l;y tiiv pastor. .; 1 : i .1 a:y m-.'ite I to aticiid. I'i y It ritM. their specialty, and they have put such prices on them as to make (hem hutle. Read their advertisement. Our deceased complete wntiout one II. & R. S. Tucker & C .0. Telfair Cordon, infant son of Di Cordon, Irother bore no visible banner, but the word Dutv" to God and his f -How-man was indellibly impress-! Black Lace Flounces, ed on his every action, and illus- j now lift y p.r cent of what we paid day, and advise all to avail them- 111st to sell them out. 1 selves of this opportunity as this i? ;onie ire men ! Sale on Friday hist, and of dispos- j mg 01 the odds and ends from same, ! we will on Monday next offer the ai-ie nces, tor positively the last FRIDAY. See Locals. and Mrs J. II. died 111 trated his whole life. We beg to express to the family j of Brother Waitt our heartv sym-'! for tlcm W. IL ec R. S. Tu; KER & Co. 'u-r.v kri x.- 1 s 1 A ev. I)r .1. t ; S ind y -c.i ,ol a' P e chm 1 at I a. :;. A c-jrdial i .. vit s tioti ii tx Sc ool at Miss on C:and n A cor ! id iv ta ion is tx ! : !1 hr S" SCi v c s this city, yestei-tlay aftei-nooii, at o j pathy, and to ioint them to 4iis ! lilack L:;e I)! v,i' Tit vv i:h. o clock, aged one week. The re mains will be taken to Toisnot, N. C., to-day at o o'clock, p. m., where the family has several children in tered. On account of the illness of Mrs. Cordon the burial services will be held at that dace. The Chronicle's sympaties go out to the l e eaved family. aperies -new ! their last chance. ; Moseley & Mcgee. I . I - . 1 ' . T I , 'ivic:.v ' 1'it 1 it 1 a. 111 a :iu vi'is 01 ice ' I . .ilU l J.'ALl - i . v. l.,,...,l.l.. .....1 1 ' . 1 .. a ; ct-l. t R t ,1 iituivuiRur me um 1 o 11 1 1 11 u 111 'man 1 , 1 . 11 ii 1 i""m'i'"- 1 death. Alav we die the death of i w'u be creditable to voir- b.'st judg- industrious and intcdligent boy. McGee & Moseley. i!Jarid Pavti'-vi'if vu aro-ams CD S E Mr. 1). IJ. A C L . 1 1 1 ivvera, 01 ."Mm; niieic. iit'.e iifor'jH Strong IHe. At Wrightsville, yesterday at '.li.el.- o 4. (ii'imiii, ot Carthage, were here . T , 1 Ar ,Xr , ' i hint .son ot .John and Mary W . Cal- vert. Tin; funeral will take nlace 1 Miss Octavia Winder went down this afternoon from tin; Church of to Moorehead City yeterday to 1 the Good Shepherd at 5:1;" o'clock. spend a while. ; was li re on business yesterkay. Me v rs. L. Mai l;s,(d' Ashe ville, and , ( iiimm vest-rda v. the righteous and may our last end be like his. Fraternally submitted, J. B. Neathery, d. e. everitt, Thus. Badoer, Committee. Special Notices. ment to buy ihem ."t (Mil' pricf.'S. W. II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. i c 1 ii r 1 o 01 1 i eai s oiu. win ri who can 11 . 1 a -m pell correct!'. Apply at once to -AT M nollrntt ft CnnV TUCK FR CO'i- Mr. Allen Crawford, of Fayette ville, was back among his old friends in the city yesterday. Ir. II. Edmundson is in tin; eitv on a combined business and pleas ure trip; it is said that he will not go back to Orcein; county alone as some one has consented to go along too. T3!f: lilt; rouRrif. Th .n th: LoisftiEs am) ox Tin; sritt i;ts. We were sorry indeed yesterday to hear on our streets of the death of .Mr. W. C. Rage, of Hoffman. li. F. Montague, Esq., has been appointed guardian of the estate of the two younger children of the late Gov. Fowle. Col. A. A. Slierford, of Hickory, out of the benevolence of his heart has given, $50 toward the Sol dier's Home. There will be no services at Eden ton Street Methodist Church to-day because of the deep affliction of the pastor's family. The pulpit of the First Presbyte rian church will be occupied this morning by Rev. J. B. Boone, the pastor, Rev. Dr. AVatkins, being absent by appointment of the Presbytery. Programme Submitted to thj ommitt-e i A ungem' ills At a meeting of the committee of arrangements for the grand Fourth of duly celebration, held last night at the Mayor's office, the following partial programme was submitted : A grand concert by the Durham Brass Band will be the first feature of the morning. At 10 o'clock a. 111. the proces sion will form in front of the Yar boro House, headed by the Dur ham Brass Band and Governor's Guard and Drum Corps, and will pass in ths following ordor : Governor's Guard, carriages with orator and readers of declarations, State, county and city officials. Fire Department. Raleigh Cycle Club. In the evening, at C o'clock, the Durham Brass Band will give a concert at Capital Park. At 9 o'clock p. m. the grandest pyrotechnic display ever seen in North Carolina will take place. After the display of fireworks an entertainment will be given at Nash Square by the Ladies' Memorial Association for the benefit of the Soldiers' Home, at which all the delicacies of the season will be served by fair hands for a most laudable purpose. Special Oflenngs hi M eefc. We have never before sold our people white goods at such low prices. This season has been from the early and .later spring rains rather backward in white goods that is, it has been so with us. Now just really in time for you to use them, we are very anxious to sell, because we will need the room for fall goods. We have given these white goods great show and table room in the center of our store, and every effort will be made to please and attentively wait on you, and we guarantee prices. W. H. & R. S. Tucker, & Co. The balance of our lines of Whit Embroidered Flouncings, suitable for Ladies or Children's dresses, at remarkably low prices. Some of these were opened late in the sea son, and were priced below value, while others which have been han dled more, are slightly mussed, and will be sold at a great reduction from the original prices. Below we give an idea of some of these unusual values: At 50c per yard, worth 75c. At 75c per yard, worth $1.00 At $1.00 per yard, worth $1.50. At 1.25 per yard, worth 2.00. At 1.50 per yard, worth 2.50. At 2.UU per yard, worth 3.00. At 2.50 per yard, worth 3.50. At 3.00 per yard, worth 4.50. W. II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. I hero are summer qualities asjje2.)wt well as summer weights in bed clothing. The kinds you ought to have for c uniort are plenty, par ticularly Summer Blankets slight ly soiled we thought they would be tlie very thing for our climate, but they do not sell, hence they have been soiled from stom Stock handling. We will now make prices that will sell them try one pair. AV. II. & R. S. Tuckf.r & Co. Joiix AV. Hinsdale, At Nat. Bank Building. At Hie t Ten n Iav If you are unable to attend the sale of West End lots in AVinston. N. C, July 1st, write to Amis & Scott, real estate agents, to select for you some of this valuable prop erty. References: "Banks and Land Companies of AA'inston." sun jun21&jun2S 2,000 yards best quality -i. prints 5c. yd., worth 7.1c. 1,000 pr... Ladies'. Mi Children's Slippers fnm 1.50 per yard. 300 parasob .)()(., C0e A very litte money will buy a very deat bathing suit for man, woman, girl or boy. Stuff and styles are just as ysu'd choose them. AV. II. & R. S. Tucker, & Co. To feel bright and cheerful at tend to your stomach. Take Sim mons Lirer Regulator. Our Cravenette Serge Overgar ments, for Summer travel and gen eral wear ; no overgarments are so deservedly popular as the guaran teed rain and dust proof goods made from the celebrated English "Crav enette" Serge. This material is rendered thoroughly rain-proof by a proc- ss only perfectly employed by Craven, of Bradford, England, who nine furnishes all the series our garments are made from. No rubber is used in the process, therefore the material is rendered porous and cool without any of the unpleasant features of rubber coat ing. The light weight of the mate rial also strongly recommends it the finished garment weighing only about' eighteen ounces. A recent purchase of these gar ments made at prices so low, that we are enabled to sell the garments for less than they have ever before been sold. AV. II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. W-lry - Goods - M GREAT SHOE and SLIPPER SALE. Ladies Gentlemen and Children's fine toot wear, receives a cut in prices for the next thirty Jays to close out. How are the prices ? The goods speak for tiiemselves. FOR GENTLEMEN : worth 75c, $1.00, and s!.2. Ladie' and Misses' Ribb. 10c. each. 5,000 pr? Hose, 10c. Misses black 1;: A new line of tow and table liu d. AVhite Lawns, other white goods. A new line of A'assar 30c, 50c, and GOc N ans ik- Sail- Hathaway Hand-made, $4 AO were 5 00 Keith's "Pearl," .50 " 3" 50 Rice & Ilutchins. Alert. 2.00 " okn (4 ii GflNDY. :o:- AAre are offering a line of 32 inch printed challies at 25 cents per yarn; former price 35 cents. AV. II. & R. S. Tucker, & Bo. v eai uair, 1.50 " 00 Ketchain&Co's,BeatsAll, 125 " l'.5o LADIES SHOES AND SLIPPERS. Reid & Go's Kid Button Shoes, 2.4S were 3.00 Allen Atarvm's Kid But- ton Shoes 2.48 were 3.0- Frank & Prays' Kid But ton Shoes, o j.3 o rn ur Pride 2.00 were 2.10 Our N ew Leader, 1.50 yvere 2 00 Our Competition, 1.00 were 1.23 .uucmiiL'ueu, jat. up, Oxford .05 were .00 Common Sense, Plain Oxf rd, 1.00verel5 Bleecher Tie Pat. Tip, 1.2.5 were 1.5: Custom Made, Pat. Tip Oxfords 1.25 were 1.75 Hand bewed, Pat. Tip Oxfords, 1.50 were 2.00 Our Spring Heel Dongola Kid Button Slu es at 00c. 1.00 and n.25 are the best in America for the price. Norris' Dry Goods Store. HOT WEATHER GONFEGTI0.N5. Orange Fruit Tablets. Strawberry Fruit Tablet-. Lime Fruit Tablets. Acid Fruit Tablets. Lemon Fruit Tablets. Banana Fruit Tablets. Ginger Fruit Tablets. Mint Tablets. II. II. Tablets. Palatable. Re fr eh ing. 4 20 cents per pound. v.. O