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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, JULY 7, 1891
PUBLISHED DAILY AXD WEEKLY BT The Chronicle Publishino Co., 216 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, NortiiCaiiolina. JOSEFHUS DANIELS, Editor. directors: Josephus Daniels, IL B. Hardy, Geo. P. Pell. j ' ti::ims postage free: Daily, one year, - - - $0.00 Daily, six month, - - - 3.00 Daily, one month, - - - .50 AVeekly, one year, - - - 1.25 "Weekly, in clubs of 5, - 1.00 Liberal commission allowed to club agents. Sample copies furnished free on ap plication. DROP US A PMsTAL. If at any time your paper U not de livered, or it' it is delayed. Papers should be on the door steps of every city subscriber by six o'clock in the morning. If not 'Somebody is at fault, and if so we want to know it. jf you fail to receive your paper, therefore, or if it comes late, drop . us a postal at once, giving your address, and stating your com plaint, which will receive prompt attention. I am a Democrat, pure and simple I brltrvc in fighting lor reforms in iae of party lines, I believe that any attempt to organize a third jmrtv in the South wonld be an ab solute failure Ben Tillman. TUESDAY, July 7, 1891. THE DELAY IN ISSUING THE LAWS. The Secretary of State requests 113 to say that the delay in getting out the Laws this year is due: First, to the fact that the paper contractor made a contract with a machinist o putfn improved works in his mill in four weeks time, and consumed ten weeks in doing so thereby delaying supply of paper three weeks. Second, at the time of the passage of the law requiring the public laws to be printed in ninety days from adjournment of 'Legislature (1872 '73), the average size of the volume was (ibout 600 pages in large type The volume of laws for 1891 wil be 1,000 pages of small type,"mak ing four times the amount of print el matter. The distribution of the laws wil begin about the middle of thi; month. STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING. The friends of the Chronicle will be glad to know that its sub . scription list is steadily growing and that, in spite of the dull times which jwe incident to the summer, the bu- ... . . , j-rt- : ill ta ih 1 ,1 - . r rl :g.jssi tit mmmm kifeallL irifl m . fiSfe flffaflivr iyBfel in While Capt brt'frf f $ ST.t y-w-Wi ! was delivering siness of the paper is larger than at any time in its history. At the regular meeting of the stockholders of the Chronicle Pub lishing Co., a dividend of six per cent, was declared, payable August 1st, and the following officers elected: " President, Josephus Daniels. Vice-President C. G. Latta. Secretary and Treasurer H. W. Jackson. Directors of the Company A. W. Haywood, G. E. Leach, C. G. Latta, H. W. Jackson and Josephus Daniels. Managing Directors Josephus Daniels, H. B. Hardy and Geo. P. Pell. The increase in the circulation of thepaper, and its growth in pop ularity as evidenced by its growing business, is gratifying and hopeful. The recent improvements bid fair to bring itlargely increased busi ness which will enable the manage ment to made it a worthy exponent of all that is best in North Caro lina. WASTED HIM REPLIED TO. Tuos. W. Mason the Fourth of July oration with much feeling and effect Saturday, and one of our prominent citizens was listening intently at his comparison of Canada with the United States in our early history, a colored brother sidled up easily and touched him on the shoulder and said: "Dat's a first-class speech, boss, aint it?" "Yes," answered the gentleman. "Ile-he-he. He gits dar right. Uut I s:iy, boss (confidentially) I wish yes, I jes wish 1 had Jim BoydI here to 'ply to him." The Hero ol New Oilcans Honored. By UnUad Press. Bloomixgton, 111., July G. "Y- S. Parkerson, of New Orleans, who acquired fame by being one of the originators 01 the law and order movement which culminated in the illing of several members of the Mafia some months ago was by in- v itation the orator of the day at a ireat open mass meeting held here -day. lie was heartily received and his patrotic address was listened o with greet attention and repeat edly punctuated with applause. It las been supposed that he would make some reference to the Italian question, but in this the audience was mistaken. Consumption Incurable ? Read the following, Mr. C. H. Morris, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. Be gan taking Dr. King's New 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 Middle wart, Decatur, Ohio, says : "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption I would have died of Lung Troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now in best of health." Try it. Sample bottle free at John Y. McRae's drugstore. Rate to the Annual Meeting of the i- neuas 01 ine urpnanage, Thomasville, N. C. For the above occasion the Rich mond and Danville railroad will sell tickets to Thomasville, N. C, and return at the following rates from points named. Tickets on sale July 18th to 22nd, good re turning July 25th, 1891: From Charlotte, N. C, $2.60; Greensboro, 90 cents; Winston Salem, $2.10; Durham, $2.60; Raleigh, $3.40; Henderson, $3.85; Selma, $4.05; Goldsboro, $4.40. Rates Irom intermediate points in same proportion. E23 221 That people will suffer from sick headache, dys pepsia, nervousness, con stipation, piles, and fre quent attacks of bilious ness, when a few doses of Simmon3 Liver Regula tor, taken occasionally, would cure and prevent them. There are also very intelligent fSeople who fail to note the action . of the system, whether the wa3te passes off regularly, or they have eaten something too hard for the delicate organs of digestion. "The residt is the liver, kidneys and bowels become diseased, the tongue coated, the blood tainted, skin yel lowish occasionally break ing out with pimples. The victims become mel ancholy, sleepless and lose their appetite, and so on until his complaint is chronic, when they know that Simmons Liver Reg ulator srill cure them. Toke Simmons Liver Regulator. Be Not Imposed Upon! Examine to ee that you get the Pennine, Distinguished from all frands and rr.itauors by our red Z TratieOIark, on front of Wrapper, and on the side th eal and ci cloture of J. H. Zeilin & Co The vromen praise P. P. P., for Scrofula, General Weaknoss and Nervousness, Indigestion, Rheuma tism, and Female Complaints. Try the great and powerful P. P. P., and then recommend it to your neighbors, and you will know you have done a good deed. is recommended by physicians because tney see its he.uiny eriects all around them. A leading physician in New York and director of "one of the Iarp;e hos pitals, says, Feb. 8, lstX), lie has made use of the P. P. P. sent him, and was pleased to say P. P. P. proved effica cious in a number of cases, and adds, it is uo more than he should have an ticipated from the satisfactory combi nation of such well-known drus. A prominent railway superintendent of Savrnnah (name given on applica tion; says he was crippled by a disease in leirs and arms, nowerless to walk or eat without assistance, having lost the use of his limbs by rheumatism, ma laria, dyspepsia, etc. Physicians here sent him to New York and they re turned him here, and he was as com plete a wreck as one could be and live. A course of P. P. P. has made him a well man. P. P. P. is known among physicians in the South for its vnrious aud won derful cures as the great purifier of the j rrp BIckxI Poison xiiiucuj, oLxuiium) uuu j. ciliary feypnuis, 01a sores, pimples, blotches, scroiuia. niooa and mercurial dot son and skin diseases are eradicated by the use 01 r. r. f. liosts of certificates are in office to show the cures in these diseases where all other medicines have failed. Kheuinntim Inflammatory, gout, sciatic and its Kinurea aiseases witn its excrntiatins pains are cuivd by the wonderful blood cleansing properties of P. P. P. Prick ly Ash, Poke Hoot and Potassium. Catarrh Oricrinates in scrofulous taint, P T "P purifies the blood and this prevents catarrn. For Old Sores, Skin Eruptions, Pirn pies. Ulcers and Svohilis. use onlv P P. P., and get well and enjoy the bless incr onlv to be derived from t,h tira P. P, P. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and .foiassium. WHOLESALE Sole Proprietors, SAVANNAH, GA. D&W Druggists, W. B. MANN & CO'S CHIP BEEF AMD HUE They ' will sell you worth ' or $500 worth. W. B. Mann & Co., Cor. Fayetteville and Hargett Ste., RALEIGH, N. C. june2-tf. ALEftJH AiD AUGUSTA AIR-LIE t is, in effect Scraday, Jane 14, 1891. oorjo SOUTH. No. 41. No. 5. Passenger Freight A s ia.au. jf asaenger Lv Kileio;h 4 00 p m 6 50 a m Jary 4 19 7 A0 Merrr Oake. .. 4 54 9 0 Monrure 5 05 1) CO .-iiafcrd 5 28 12 10 p m Camcven 5 E4 p m 2 (O South'ia Pines . . G 2i 3 25 Ar tlamitt 7 20 6 00 Lv Hamht 7 40 p m Gbic, 7 53 Ar Gibecn 8 15 p m OOINO NOETH. No. 38. No. 4. Freight Pasteuge Passenger & Mail. Lv Oibi-on 7 HO a.m. Shio 7 18 r B&ialet 7 38 Lv Hamlet..... 8 00 6 00 am 9 4y 12 10 1 30 pm 2 42 3 -o 4 0 .ut'ru Pinea 8 58 Cameron 9 2tt 8Dford 9 52 ISoncure ...10 16 DierrvOaks. .10 26 Oa-ry" 11 01 'iaieigh 11 20 a m 5 15 a xr PI1TS30K0 KOAD. Ltjate Pittaboro 9.10 a. ra. audi 30 p w. Arrive iiienciirt- 9 55 a. m. and 2 15 p m Leave Moncuro 1C :25 a.m. and 5:10 p m. Am. Pittbrro 11:10 a. m,. and 5:55 p m. -T. C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager. C. T. MYERS, Gen'l Supt. Wia. SMITE. Sux t. CABTHAGE RAILROAD. Leave Carthize 8:00 a. m. and l'.SO rtm Arrive vnmervv 8:35 a. m. and 2:15 p.m. Leave Cameron 9:35 a. m. and 6 00 p. m. Arrivt Cartha$e 10:10 a. m.and 6:35 p.nj. W. C. PETTY, Manager. LEIGH AND GASTON KAILROAD. j in effect 8unday, June Uth. 13:u. TBAlTNS moviko kobth. No. 34. No. 38. Pasa. Daily Pass. & Mail Daily ex. Snr Lv Ualeigh 5 00 pm 11 25 as Mill uroofc 5 15 pm Wake 5 39 pm ; Frunklinton... . 6 01 pm ' Kittrell 6 19 pm Henderson 6 36 pii Warren Plaice 7 14 pm Macon 7 22 pm At Weldon 8 30 pm TRAINS MOVING SOUTH. No. 41. Pads, and Mail. 11 41 am 12 05 on 12 26 pm 12 44 pm l 00 pm 1 39 pm 1 46 pm 2 45 pa No 45. Daily ex. Son. Daily Put, L Weldon 12 15 pm 6 CO air Macon 1 13 pm 7 06 am Warren Plains. 1 20 pm 7 15 am Henderson 2 22 pm 7 53 am . Kittrell 2 39 pm 8 11 am Franklinton. ... 2 56 pm 8 29 am Wake 3 17 pm 8 50 am Mill Brook 3 40 pm 9 15 am Ar Raleigh 8 5 pm 9 30 am LOUISBURG B4ILROAD. Leaves Louisbnrg at 7.35 a. m.f and 2.00 p m Arrives at Franklinton at 8.10 a m and 2.35 p m. Leaves Franklinton at 12.30 p m, tud 6.05 p m. Arrives at Louiaburg at 1.05 a xn and 6 40 p m. JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager. L. T. MYERS, Gen'l Supt. TM. MITR.8inriTit4TidT JYNCHBURG & DURHAM R. R. SHORT LINE TO NORTH AND "WEST. Trains leave Durham a fnii No. 22, Local, .7.55 a. m. i o. z, man ana .Express, . . . t3.20 p. m. Arrive at Durham: No. 1. Mail and Exnrpaa 19 no m No. 21, Local, 5.55 D.m. No. 1 connects at Dnrham with Rich- mona ana uanviUe trains for Raleigh and points South; at Denneston Junc tion ith Atlantic and Danville trains from Danville. No. 2 Connects at Dfmnistnn Tnn with Atlantic and Danville trains for Danville. Close connection made atT ynchbunr neake and Ohio, and Norfolk- era railroads, to and from all points xuriu auu .cast, w est ana cjouth-west. The shortest and most direct line to aiipomts wortn ana West. For information adp'v to W. N. MI CHELL. Gen'l Sunt.. Lynchburg, Va. HAM tDaily. A. Q. RHODES. B. W. HEWIN. A. G. RHODES & CO., 9 E. 13 art in Street 20 Ex change Place, RALEIGH. N. C. EX LEES rsr furniture, GlocKs, PICTURES, &C. WE ABE STILL AHEAD. We are continually receiving We extend to yen a cordial invitation to can ana iook at PARLOR SUITS, Which we sell from $28.50 to 0125, Our Chamber Sets from $20X0 to $150. Sattan Chairs from $3.15 to $15.00 each. We a? so keep extra WASH-STANDS. IHATTRESSES, - SPRINGS, And in fact everything .to be found in a nret-ciass FURN1TUREISTORE. Be sure to Bee and examine before buy ing el&ewheie. Respectfully, A. G RHODES & CO. june 16-3m WaterCoolers, Galvanized and Porcelain lined. BRASS - Preserving j Kettles. Tt , l r r j ' Preseivlns - Steulss Mason's Poreejain and G!a3 Top f FRUIT - JARS. STEP LADDERS, FLY "TRAPS FI..Y FANS, "WHITE MOUNTAIN ICE CREAM FREEZERS B8j b 4 We Bake The Prettiest, Nicest, and Best Bread) in North Carolina. PL 4 IN and Fancy Cakes ' Baked every day. If you desire anything in the Baker's line, we will always be pleas ed to serve you. Orders from a distance promptly filled. Wedding Cakes a Sptialty. Constantly kept on hand a full " resh supply of choice confections. Nick Deboy & Co., French Bakers and Confectioners, 103 Fayetteville Street, jtme2-tf. RAIjEIGH, N. C. DRIED FRUITS AT 1. R. Ferrall & Co.'s, 222 FayetteTille Street. - California Evapoiated Apricots and Apples. N. O. DRIED APPLE8 & PEACHES FEINOH AND TUBKISH PBUNE3. California Dried Grapes, hfe. North Cakolina Green Apples, At Prices to Suit Everybody. Pure, Fresh-Groud, Old-faBhioned Firginia Buckwheat, Pennsylvania Buckwheat and Graham Flour. J'resh Ground Hominy and Grits. EW OATMEAL, OAT FLAKES, WHEAT FLAKES AND CRACK ED WHEAT. Prices aDd Quality of all gooda in SUMMER SPECIALTY Refrigerators, waier inters and Cooler Ice Cream Freezers, Ice Crushers aid rhave Wire dish Covers, Crcquet gets, Hammocks, Baby Oarnages and Swings ' OUjotoves and Carptt Swe Bath Tubs for Infants Vn And a General Line cf FURNISHING GOODS 1 All at the Lowest Pricee.- W. H. HCGEE3 &pr24-2m. NewDern House Morehead Citv, X Under New Management. Has been refitted for th- -. ar and no pains will be spared to 12 it a delightful resort. h h4m Mud r to offend ihe Ladies :.-nd t nI : t the children. They Avill i- : :; f ly safe and tree trom thi rsr. - ; The table supplied with : ! ; j delicacies of the season, Polite Clerks. and attentive waiters. Still li;ij. and trolling for bluefish and Sj a; ish mackerel are anion ir thv ::. enjoyable sports, while the Surf Bathini the sound bathing and th- .- T: are delightful in the extr-r'.-. A 1 1 . 1 1 -till trams stop at the i:. immediately in front of the II Accommodations lirst class. Terms Moderate. t. D: ARTHUR. Proprietor. TO YOUR INTEREST, DON'T YOU FORGET IT! We have iust returned from the North with a full line of Ladies' and Gents' Shoes, hats, dress goods of all kinds, and, in fact, anything in our line wanted by the pub lic, viive us a cah. B. F. Cheatham & Hro.. DEALERS IN' General Merchandise. 225 Wilmington St., junl6-lm. RALEIGH, N. C. LITTLETON HIGH SCHOOL AND Business Institute. College Preparation. Commercial Course, Penmanship, Telegraphy, Shorthand and TypewritiHS Prices very moderate. Unexcelled loca tion. Ovens Angust S4, 189i. For catalogue, address L. W. BAG LEY, Fbxc;tav, june30-2m "fXr ANTED Two School teachers, nul WW . Apex High School. Apply to W. H. HAiitTAKD, rieasurer of Board of Trustee. Apex, X. C. our is uu u wjvru. lelepbone 88.