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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, JULY 1, 1 891.
ALL-THE NEWS IN OUR CAPITAL CIT of .the i Wanted. Sfte state cnmmicle. ,Ty.e" umon Dotwrntej - i nmshed in toto bv January 1st, is ' v , WEDNESDAY, - July l, 18C1 ' OLLKU K. IS THE LOBBIES A.D ON TI1E STREETS. what the authorities sav; ... - ! At a meeting of the Ladies Me-1 morial Association vesterdav after- noon, at which Mrs. J. B. i 1 1 1 t - . i Bat chelor presided, it was decided f eoiorea niizen-was neiu la-c even fj. DaffrTVill not Come. -AT 1 President L. L. Polk, of - the j A registered pharmacist. Addre? ; National Fanners' Alba n ce. j with references, 1 editor of the Progressive Farmer, 1 "Aeistol," is at his home here and will remain Lock Box 150, Xewton, X. C. I for a few days- He says that for joly i4t d. 4. Committee A pfroicicil u Solicit ! reasons satisfactorv to both Maj. j Fund for its EtaJ-lihm?Br i r ,4V .ln,l In'mlf th former will f Attractions for the Hontb ol July. Here. 1 1 t I'tnrinl .wftfti Thi? bein? the most quiet season Si-raw m actings. CoL Polk will write the of the year, we propose to aril a -ioa, re. I - - r - - f -J ) T - f .J A.A. - - i editorial matter nimsell tor some mucn me anu aiiraLiiuu Ti.a ws-.mz ,s th I Yimiiinnpf i . . . .-.. . - r i xnrr h ;-.nc; i,ci ' hiv until ne can maxe Dermaneni ? " - " - tnat tne subject oi tne next jiemof iuc 4 ' v.u-r- i., "'- j. cu- . - . and Secretarv of Agriculture are; i n iaa-, -i,i i w i;f I in the location of ihp Tolnl A . ! arrangement. - .: r ?JulJ. . j rial JLa xvuuito suwiuu i - c . . -pw lein entire! r renovated. ;,r'n rr ttjii i& M. College in RalfW.. I UTJ " ,4 VJ-iJ- ' 1 ,r . -pv t " 4 ONE AT L. AST. ! thin rr ..t i-.t. .v. -c . . . , l Mr. A: U. Jones was dimr'HAn. i rUlU1 lue wuca-wck ai iu tijv-j a deiiimni meeting oi tne x.j 3 T TT -- ....... If i- , .,jr.v.,. . i it - 2 - s and .J. Jti..braneii. secrt-iarv. ...i.-inrinn t th Frnniiiinn iision jo'jnus was oirau iur j;, a. was iieia iasi nigoiint - . . k" - a ble. hence for the entire we - will ifer onr Goods at ever before offering our entire stock at such sreat redaction is we ..jtUiUISUt,;, CHINA MATTINGs " - -. Special attention ri; greeted to our lin ' raw matting. "4 The last cr-loqci as possi fCently opened, contain month of I om.e of the mi n Lrovernor liolt ana his lamny . - j ed as a soUcitin? committee to see magnificent auditorium is about to -will not more into the Executive reorganization, btate Secretary - :w--- A- r,a, ,i,LnU. Prof. Panli is ened Mn-7rm VnnistUt Coulter addresred tne meeting ana .4r- 5 ; r 7.7 Mansion I tor, Aagu.t lst. his remarks encouraged all present. t i. , ! under Mr. Patrick in organizing a July 2nd and 3rd will be big daye ; Ja5 IL Southgaler of Durham, Ijv Johnson, col.) ;Berry OKel:; chorus of o00 voices for the pnr- In the shoe department at 3lces j was aUo nt his words of 5 t001-; Jonn eirs, (col.) .James 4c MoseleB. See their new adver-1 ,n(inrafrKnHlt w.rP oreatlv annre-! H- Jone? C001- H- Christmas, TTi'ii nrncnti fnr swninn'iT n ! OUt OUr. present StOCk S3 ClOSe , 1 " " --! ' v - ; this city. 1 .greater bargains J. . Our chief oi tPar.0ns 7" (1( Well ...v to take advantage of iv. 5i-!SSfS5JB!5,""Mi: as cloie a.i seiejr. .ee tneir new aaver- - p a ent were eativ appre- l-1 vnnsimas. tiiement. U:, w " (col.) istewart tllison, (col.) C. A . Hoover, (col.) Ur. 1. A. bcruggs, FOLKS WHO TRATEL. pose of opening the Southern Ex position with a musical festival. In view of the anticipated visit of the President and his cabinet and other The secjnd regiment of the State I " Guard will have 300 men at Camp; Fowle, and the fourth regiment will . have 245. Gov. Holt yesterday olfered a re ward of $100 for John Wilson, col ored, wLo murdered Sydney Bur- : gon? to Oxford on a shost visit. f a committee of nine was apuointed i be modeletl after the front of the E. G. Harrell. Col. A. VTi Shaffer. Rev. J. B. Bamsav, of Hickorr, ! rof- ; B- .Vincent, Mr. C. G. was here vesterdav. ' j tta Mr- JuliU5 A. D. Jones. 3L-. and Mr. T. H. Collins have Qn motion of C. Johnson (col.) (col.) Capt. AV. C. Stronach. Col. j distinguishedspeakers.it is necessarj to construct on auditorium that will seat from five to seven thousand people. Prof. Pauli and Mr. Patrick closeted vesterdav all dav in con sidering plans, and the front rill ton in Mecklenburg county last i jQn, ym j qox j5 jn Baleih ! to present the claims of Raleigh be- j organ at St. Peters Saturday. and his friends are "lad to see him. fore the Board of Location : Prof. Pauli has received letters bv sickness. ar Mr. S. T. 3Ior?an, President of? Jir. r. l. Clears, oi nuiingiou, ; rr Jonn Ikis lren commissioned as Assistant , iorrv to 5av Inspector General oi the btate , Guard on Gen. A. L. Smith's staff ", with the rank of Captain. ' jir. oamuei uuey, an aeu ciu, .0 p0i-i, mAw z-;n of Panther Branch township-; died vesterdav morning and will be ! Messrs. J. E. Roundtree, of Wil-buric-1 by the" Masons of his neigh-' son and T103- L- Holt; of Burling lrLrtrluv ' ! ton. were hereon business vester- A. D. .Innp;. pli.iirman R ! frnm nil the rhombs of thf Stntp ix. jxcxwe, c Xucker, Eso.. R. S. Pulleu. Esq.. land thev declare their intention of , is conhned to ms room t prof. A B Vincent (coL) Rey a atte attendinjr. provements, overflowing attractive 20ois possible before moving into our JSX"5lTR'JV "Ft? T"" w large 2 commodious r building on i Fayetteville street. We will move ; Just in, a bale Of Smyrna in our new quarters on or about : Rugs, in designs partic August 10th. This large and eie-ilarly adapted for Ue on sant structure will be fatted up. of rtwc, u with aUthe late and modern im-j flf0r8' the moht and it will be full to laur prices. is, and we will make w. H.&R. s. Tucker & Go. a special effort to offer you even j o anu Jr ayetteville St greater bargains than ever before. To those who need anything in i L I 13 vT - p lr Dry Goods now we will say that 1 1 1 vO 1 JL IL lt they will find it to their interest to i attend our closing out sale, as manv ! OF lines of s:oods are now jroinsr at less than cost. Yours truly, D. T. Swindell. McGEE & MOSELEY'S Johnson, (col.) Rev. A. G. Davis, i (col.), John C. Scarborough. Col. lxCri U 1 rriO the Durham Fertilizer Company, ! E. G. Harrell. Dr. L. A. Scruggs. I J UCwlClA LJ LlVjCO. On suggestion of the eLair a com- j mittee of three was appointed to A Remarkable Cloth. uav. fimp fir tnp ivnis wmrn matp Chief E Vj. rlngelhard. of the i Fire D-.-partrri'.'nt, has received three i new fire alarm boxes, which he is I of Greek of Wake Forest College,was to piac; at convenient portions of : in tLe city for a short while yester thecitv. 'day. j consult individuals of adjoining ! towns, to-wit their views ! the Cravenettins Cloth so desirable Dr. i. F. Rolx-rts. Ccol. Rev. for varments are: It is ab-olutelv Prof. W. B. Royall, of the Chair j a. G. Davis, (col.) H. S. Christ- j inodorous, and there is no nossibili- mas, (col.) ! ty of any odor arising from it; it is Don't Miss the Bis Shoe and Slipper j Grand Mid-SeaSOIl Sale at 3fcGee & Modeler's on t Thursday and Friday. Merchandise No old odds and ends to close, bat fresh, new and bright goods Movement. will be placed on the Barirain : Counter for two davs onlv. McGEt & MOSELEY. Don t miss our f i I Big; sale of Mv mother has suffered for manv ; c,T-., After which the meeting adjourn-i always soft and pliant, and never ed to meet at the call of the Chair- i becomes stiff; it is thorouhlv venti- Rev. Dr. F. L. Reid returned j man lated. So perfect is the ventilation Clerk John W. Thompson has ', appointed 3Ir. A. T. Mial Jr., a ; from Buffalo Lithia Springs yesten- j ow let the peo .Iii-tie. nf tu IW in Mark' ' dav. His wife remains and is some- secure thi s .school. what improved in health. n Raleigh and wih . . lhlp the State for it to le located I proofing that water can be poured Mr. Ith,ll, the owner of Jolly j here I imo a h ma(Je of (he dwh an(J t riar, was ,n Haleigh yesterday. hM six weeks and it will not so His ?taoie will lye at the races on Crock town -hip, to succeed Mr. Millard Mial, resigned. Now let the people pitch in and t that when held up to the light it can be easily seen through, and yet so thorough is the process of water- lone: vears with headache. crotine cured her. G. F. Holly Springs, Xew York. Bradv- axl Clippers ! Carter, j ON The veterans from the North Carolina Confederate Soldiers1 RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS j through, an 1 when turned out will 1 run as freely as quicksilver and of the It.iP- ; leave no sign of having been there. Home will attend the -Old Sol- i the 4th. He telegraphed yesterday j diers' encampment" at Wrights- ; to hve a yearling brought down es- j Hearins the Arguments vine on .July TJlh to August 4th. j J Jien. j It wiU not, by evaporation, create People v.ho wish to attend th'-; -'r Ff-ter H. Cram, a former Tlie Railroad Commission sat any dampness on the inside. Ex i ac? on the 4th mav be certain ' pp'lar citizen of Raleigh, is on a J yesterday to hear the reasons ad- ; posure to the rain does not develop that the train will run to the Fain v: to "is brother. Mr. Cram is; vanced by railroad men eoncernmg g:-ound. Th? schedule has Wn j now engaged in the real estate bu- the assessment ln:vh o:t and will be published later. n'- in the dooming town of Mid- i for taxation. , , , , ... , ; db'borough, Kv., and we are glad to wa .uouua me v-Ticuiiurai i i. t.,. .u - n TI,! i i . , r .i. . t:,.i .n Department was the recipient of a j k (jf thf. improvements that j and Danville road, and M. W. C. nation to the conscience fund j fcaVf; WrI1 made in Raleigh in the ! Pettv spoke in lehalf of the Car- Hu. ... . .. ..mv.. '' i,ist five vears an(1 sav5 tuat our I thase Branch road. J i Thnrdav and Friday. July 2nd and 3rd, the entire Shoe Department at McGee 6c Moseley's will vibrate with prices peculiarly interesting to the buyer. McGEE & MOSELEY. WHERETHE WATERS DIVIDE. of their property voi. iv. 13. .Anurews again ai-i t i''r-l its fertilizer. The name of lit" li.in would not Ixi given. stains or stickiness in the cloth. We are now showing a line of garments made of Cravenette. W. IL & R. S. Tucker & Co. We 3Iean What We Say. Every pair of shoes and slippers Bear vamind that the elegant new THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. ;2pSee Locals. McGee & Moselev. 129 and 131 Fayetteville Stree: Bargains GREEN PARK HOTEL AT BLOWING ROCK will te re&dy for gxies- on July la, snd to -AT- mase improvements are seen on every I from dav to dav until all are heard Thursday and Fridav. !t was learned here yesterday hand. He is accustomed to witness j on the subject, McGee & Moseley. tl:::t Capt. Frank Cunningham, of' great improvements and his expres- Richrn.nd, viU give a concert at ' sions ot connuence in lialeigh s 'Camp Fowle this summer for the j growth and enterprise are gratify-purpo-se of raising money to build ing. monument in Richmond to th. 'ddie3 and sailors. j A little Raleigh negro while j strolling around Cary the other day flpied a bicycle and immediately ap propriated it to his own use. He brought it to Raleigh and began to b.-arn how to ride. The Sheriff, hearing it belonged to a son of Mr. Creal, had t taken back. The boy clipped away and has not yet been found. Mr. Joseph Goodwin, of the Reg ister of Deed's office, while looking up at a fchelt laden with re cord yf sterday, was surprised to Kee it come tumbling into his arms, almost knocking him down. They injured him somewhat aliout the chest and fchoulders. The books and all weighed about one hundred and fifty pounds, and if they had struck him a little higher, something serious suited. U.VJUST TO T flE TEACHERS. might have re- The friends of Mr. Geo. G. Martin, son of Major Martin, of the Revenue Department, will be glad to know he is steadily im proving. Mr. Martin had the misfortune a few days ago in Columbia, S. C, while enjoying athletic sports, to hit his head against s a post which made a good pplit in the fikull. It was sewed up and the young man came to his home in Raleigh three days ago. We wish him a speedy recovery. Who Live Eat ol Chattanooga. Special Cor State Chronicle) GiiEENsnoiio, N. C, June 20 I have just received a copy of the excellently prepared programme of the Southern Educational Associa tion which meets at Chattanooga, Tenn., in July 811. There are a large number of teachers in this State who desire to attend this meeting, but I ee that the railroads have so discriminated airainst all the States along the Atlantic coast that the teachers have to pay a third more for tickets than the States west and south of Chatta nooga. Why is this? All rail roads south and west of Chattanoo ga have made a round trip rate for one fare while all roads in this sec tion charge one fare and a third for tickets with the great botheration of the "certificate plan." This is manifestly unjust to the teachers East of Chattanooga. There should be a uniform rate of one fare for such a big meeting, such as is given to many other organization's in the South. We hope this injustice will be remedied in time to permit teach ers to attend this meeting, for they will not go if required to pay one fare and a third. ' This is written at the requec-t of Several Teachers. Death of 3Ir. S. T. Carrol!. Inflammatory Rheumatism is Saturday at 1:40 p. m., the ! cured b7 P- V- F. (Prickly Ash, Death Angel called at the door of i 1oke Root and Potassium). Physi cians have been consulted, and to no purpose. As a last resort pati ent takes P. P. P. and gets well. Hosts of certificates to this effect are in possession of the manufactu rers, and will be shown on application. Mrs. S. T. Carroll, of Gamer, and therefrom carried the fair spirit of lone of Garner's best women, most The Railroads Charge Tho-e More devoted wives and loving mothers. We greatly sompathize with Mr. Carroll, who is left with three in fant children to be reared without the natural eare which so bends the habits of a child as to make brijrht ! and useful ornaments to society. Wooiigou & Son's. DON'T 2,000 yards best quality sL:r::r. any arrangements f :r spending the prints 5c. yd., worth Tic. er until you writs ' for Illustrated , r " Gnide Book and term-. x.'JUU prs. L.adis . JlisscS Magnificent Menerr, bracing atmos- j Children's Slippers from 0 phere, beautiful drive, many pacta ot .... ,l 1 interest, incluaing the M.OU per yard. Celebrated Blowing Rock Grandfather Mountain. Watauga Falls, Yaile Crucis, Glen Birnie, &c. H"tel bran--er, thoroghl"- equipped, modern conveniences a- d comfor sf elec tric te ; s. hot and cold baths, Ac. ddr-?a GREEN' PARK HOTEL CO.. . Blowing Rock, ft. C. maylO-tf FOR EDUCATORS. A.n Offer to Sell the Famous and Beautiful Bingham School Property. The famous Bingham School has been moved to Asheville, N. C., for private reasons that can be stnt on application! I will therein- dispose of all this desirable school property, famed for its beautVj the healthfulness of its location arid its adaptability to military or other school purposes. Situated on the Richmond and Danville system, fifty miles from the State Capital, in the centre of the State. Nearly Big Shoe Sale. You are forced to trust the shoe dealer, therefore be discreet. Our shoe business has been large, but past success has stimulated present endeavors. Thursday and Friday should find more shoe buyers than ever before at : .. McGee & Moseley. Life, Health and Strength. Ar lachicola,Fl A.,Feb. 17,1889. Jle-rs. Lippman Bros. Savannah: Deap. Sir I will write to you to inform you -that I was afflicted with Blood Disease. I tried one bottle of and it gave me no relief. I was in bed seven months. I tried prominent physicions, and they could not do me any good. everv one who ever passed the loca- saw Jour advertisement of P. P. P. hi. t.ic..iii(jiti jLimeSy ami thought I would try it. The bottle tion remembers it. " Barracks, reci .... - - tation rooms, mess hall, furniture, professors residences, bath houses, orchards, beautiful lawn, -380 acres of productive lani. I have spent over $30,000 improving the place. Will sell at greatly reduced price. Address, Mrs. Wm. Bingham, Bingham School, X; C. I got to-night makes seven or eight, and, oh, how good I feel. I .have been up ever since and at my busi ness lumber inspector. You may publish this if you desire. I have informed my friends that P. P. P. is life, health and strength. M. P. BOLDEX. and 300 parasols 50c.. C.fe. worth 75c. $1.00, and $1.25. Ladies' and Misses' Ribbed V..-:. 10c. each. The Discovery of Those thinasthAt have most advanced the cause of science ard benefited humanitv ca oeen effected through patient investi gation and experimenting on the part of wtue ouc. iae wonaenui medicinal and curative properties of Cleveland Springs' waters have also been eat&blinhed after a thorough test ot their mapic powers over the many diae&aea that afflict suffer ing humanitv. Long before the discovery of America by Columbus the waters were kno-rn and used bv the xaaiane, wno, ignorant of the science o medicine and the sfeill of th physician relied solely upon nature's medical chest to alleviate and cure the ills to which flesh is heir; and since their day medical scientists have endorsed, and prominent men have testified to the wisdom of those Sons of the Forest by recommending and using these waters, which, in some cases have effected such marvelous curts that the report of them would be ' 5,000 prs. Misses black Ri: - I Hose. 10c. A new line of towels, napk::.-. and table lined. White Lawns, Xansooks u other white sroods. A new line of Yassar Sailors 30c, 50c, and 60c Rooster's CANDY. :o:- Declared a Myth if the statement was not substantiated bv the testimonials of those, ho have o Rerved or experienced their magical in fluence over all diseases of the Blood Liver, Bladder and Kidnevs. Dyspepsia, Malaria, Nervous Debility or any other trouble tht undermines and wrecsB tee nervous system. For analysis, testimonials, etc., ad dress, J. B. WILKINSON Proprietor, Cleveland Springs, junl5-d&w-3m. ,w -IShelbv, X. C. HOT WEATHER CONFECTIONS. Orange Fruit Tablets. Strawberrv Fruit Tablets. Lime Fruit Tablets. Acid Fruit Tablets. Lemon Fruit Tablets. Banana Fruit Tablets. Ginger Fruit Tablets. Mint Tablets. H. H. Tablets. Palatable. Refreshing. 20 cents per pound.