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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, JULY 7,; 1891.
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ALL THE NEWS IN OUR CAPITAL CITY.
XIxc (Clxroiiiclc.
TUSEDAY,
July .7, 1891.
Mr. J. T. Moore, who has been
at Birmingham, Ala., for several
months, is back in Raleigh, believ-
. ino- that North Crrolina leads the
1
.Washington, D. C, July 6. For procession.
Virninia and North Carolina, gen- Ir j0U11 t. Davis, who is keep-
erallyfair, except showers in Western in books for Rand &' Barbee, in
portions stationary temperature; Richmond, is in the city, and his
variable winds. lor boutn Carolina, many friends are glad to shake him
frequent showers; stationary tempera- tne band.
litre, except sugnuy cooiei oywt
ern portions; variable winds.
DIED.
IX THE LOHIlfES AND ON THE
BUCKETS.
MR. H USB EE IS BETTJE15.
EPITOME OF THE
WORLD'S COMMERCE,
His Condition on Sunday and Mon
day More Hopeful.
Raleigh, N. C, July G 9 p.m.
Grand Sire Busbee is still improv
ing. He has passed a quiet and in
all respects a better day than any
during the past two weeks."
E. Burke Haywood, M. D.
James McKee, M. D.
Hubert Haywood, M. D.
The Latest News by Wire
of the Markets of the
Business World.
DIED t IAJTCHI III Gf?LI.
The Leading Violinist of the Pacific
Coast Di"s in a lint.
fBy the United l'rete).
San Jose, Cal., July 6. Prof.
Herman Kottinger, who, up to
twenty years ago was the leading
violinist on the Coast, ana well
known as a winter ot poetry; died
yesterday in a squalid hut on Col
fax Street. He was worth nunareaa
of thousands of dollars acquired by
a lifetime of miserly frugality.
But one child, ;Wm: Kottinger,
At 308 East Jones street yester
day morning at half past three
o'clock. Mrs. Sallie J. Lambeth,
Thursday is the day for the big wife 0f citv Clerk, Chas. W. Lam
ic-nic to Littleton. Particulars
Mrs. Lambeth was the daughter
Twelve stribed gentlemen from of the late James and Eliza Daven
tlie State Hotel were carried down port Peatross, of Petersburg, Va.
to the Greystone Quarries yester- She was a true Christian and a
jaT member ot n-aenton street iu. tj.
T 0 ,,r i -cw cnurcn. &ne naa Deen in ior me
Messrs. J. S. Wynne and xi.lv. . mnnth, fftr two months
Ellington have formed a co-partner- been a at gufferer She bore
ship for conducting a fire insurance her afflictions mogt patientl7. She
and collecting business. wag ft 1q . and devoted wife and
The office of Mr. Thompson, mother, and surely a heavy bereave-
Clork Superior Court, was full of ment has come to those she leaves
applicants for the direct tax money behind. Our deepest sympathy is
LIVERPOOL DECLINES 2 TO was present at the death. : W hen
the old man m nis aeaui iurue&,
POINTS. raised himself in bed. the son rushed
to his side. His father, mistaking
the act with a frenzied yell waved
3
The New Wagon ot Rescue Co.
One ot the most magnificent
wagons ever built in this country
was a feature of the mrade A Aliifnliinnr of tVlA hfd
rTM . iew 1 ortc martcei wpenea &ieauy m u mm ucn.iv inu. uuituuip
XT I Ilia xxmrmn irrno n rl I I t . t 11 t .t 1 1 J! 1 Z
domes pulled tnem DacK, uiseiu&mg
all day yesterday.
extended to the bereaved husband,
FOLK WHO TUA.VEL.
daughters and sons.
baturday. This wagon was ad
mired by evjry one who saw it, and
all say that for build and finish it
could not be surpassed by any
builder in this land. The wasron
CD
was built by our home firm Messrs.
Evans & Martin, and they no doubt
will get orders for other fire wajrons
in the iuture.
Decline of 5 to 6 Points, Clos
ing Quiet Futures
Close Steady.
By the Chronicle's United Press
Leased Wire.
to view a quantity of gold coin. He
made a grab at it with both hands,
and, with the bright pieces in his
fingers, fell back with a ganp and ex
pired. Prof. Kottinger was once
doctor in Heidelberg University,
in?
fx llS
and was 90 vears old. He was so
New York, July G Messrs, wasted by hunger and want that
fimnil Tnnrnnmpnt . nuuuaiu, jliicc cxiiu umpauy, m uis uuuy ntigiitu icaa iiicin iwit;
A very enthusiastic meeting of their cotton circular to-night, say: pounds, and was in a dugutting
- , , " , , rrv i -r. i irt cumuuou.
tne capital jycie uiud was held ac" xxciiicuclci wuuuucb
last night and arrangements were buy freely in Liverpool the improv-
made to give a grand tournament condition of the ?rowinr cron.
0 - - 0- - G i. '
as reported in the Chronicle, Preparations Already Making for
THE FAYE1TEVILLE FAIR.
Absolutely Pure.
' wici uniting Trr
Highest, of all in leavening. !'
l iLatest U. S. Government Fo S ?
1891 JUNE 189
II'J IIMIi
I M W M W I I I I I I U I
i
SUMMARY OF RACES.
The Winning Horses on the Bis
Fourth.
1st race, mile heats, 2 in 3 for
3-year-olds, Jno. Hubbard's gr. f.
Annie Belle by Wyoming, 2.11;
Fair view Farm, b. f., Nellie Jewett
by Jaroner Eddy, dam Kelly, 2.30,
by Gruns Hambletonian, 1.22; A.
R. Buflfaloe, br. c, Tobacco Boy by
Pride of Wake, 3.00. Time, 3.271,
3.17, 3.1G1
Second race, 3-minute class
Fairview Farm, br. m. Alice Bur-
lew, 3 years, by Charley B., dam
Lady Kramerby Fremont, 2.2.1.1.1;
R. B. Ranev, blk: ' g. Plummer by
Robt.Medium, 1.1 .2.2.2; J. D.Webb,
Col. A. B. Andrews is in the city.
Mr. W. T. Mabryjs still quite ill?
Ir. Charles Holt, a son of our
gallant Governor, is in the city.
Mr. Henry W. Miller went down
to Morehead yesterday.
.Mr. John S. Hill, of Faison,
spoilt Sunday in Raleigh.
Mis Nellie Murray went to
I lenderson yesterday.
Miss Bertha Hicks has gone to
Jackson Springs.
Leonard .Henderson, Esq., a
prominent citizen of Warrenton,
w:is in the citv vesterdav.
jb. h. Amber hv Melville Chief,
Mr. W. F. Ivilgore, chemist ot j 0 3 d Ti . - j 2 - - 2 45 2 44
tlie experiment r5tauon, nas gone ; 2.48.
to JMisissippi tovisi relatives.
Mr. F. G. Hancock, sellingagent
of Perking Goodwin & Co's paper
warehouse, H in the city.
. Mis Alma McDonald, of Greens
boro, who has been visiting rela
tives lu re, is viiting Miss Nannie
Allen, of Auburn.
Prof. W...A. . Wi H.:r of . t he A . . 1
and M. College, hns gone to David- lhutr section 7 of an act to
.,11 College to spend a season with provide for thbsCslneiit of prop-
1 t rti.i Is ! ' rv ana 1110 cuiievtion 01 taxes, uie
Board ot County Commissioners and
the chairman of the board of list
takers and assessors of the several
townships, etc., constitute a county
board of equalization . of tax valua
tion, and the rules governing them
provide for the raising of the valua
tion 01 all property listed below its
true value and for the reduction of
in Stronach's Warehouse next Mon
dav nirht. .Tnlv 13th: whprp. Rnlmorh
people will have an opportunity of brought about a decline of from 2
seeing something never before ren- to 3 points in the arrival market.
dered.
Special Notices.
A Voice From Ramkhatt.
See here (says "Bell Jones" to a purchases."
fellow traveller.) They tell me Receipts at ports to-day estima
that Swindell's Big Racket Store ted at 2,000 bales, against 2,800
is to be moved to 20G h ayettevilh bales last week, and 288 bales
Street where ' Norris and Carter the same week last year.
used to keep i 1 es and Swindell The spot market is dull asid un-
has built the store longer and now changed; middling uplands 8 J;
it runs through the square, les sales 147 bales.
and some folks (these town folks) Transactions in future? 4G,000
think a great many country people bales.
the Biggest Fair on Reeord.
Special to the Chronicle.
PlYV.TTF.VITIP. .Tlllv ( At. H
r ,i j J
wui niuL neb upcx. cauj, upecial meeting of the executive
decline of 5 to 6 points, closing quiet committee held here Saturday, No
at the opening prices, with little vember 3d, 4th, 5th., and 6th were
disposition on the part of holders named and agreed upon as the dates
to resist the decline by increased for. holding the Cumberland Fair
this year. The premium list has
3d
race,
2.40 class Fairview
Roy by Harkaway,
darn, by Bay Dick, 1.1.1,; Black
F
arm,
rr
Bros., b.
2.4G, 2.48.
Joe S., 2.2.2 2.4
71
21
THE nOAR1 OF I.QUAI.1ZA
TIO". They 3Itet and Pnson ' dumber ol
Tax Valuations.
will not find the Racket Store when
they move, but I will bet my black
mare and both these here oxen thev
do find the Racket Store. Us folks
here in Ramkhatt, and all them
fellows in Panther branch, and New
Light and all who go to Raleigh
will find the Racket Store. We
know who sells goods the cheapest.
We know where we will . buy our
carpets and our shoes and our
clothing and Dry goods. We know
The Racket Store has been, instru
mental in pulling down prices. We
will find the Racket Store and
D. T. Swindell.
8
Fmures closed steady, as follows:
July .'
August
September
October
November 8
December 8
January.
February
March
April
Mav
7 9980
8 0203
8 1415
2526
3435
4344
51 52
6061
6869
7 i$
8687
8
8
8
8
8
Mr. II. M. Cowan, chief clerk in
th Treasury Department, hns re
tmn'd from Connelly Springs,
whiT' he has been recuperating for
se cral da vs.
Mrs. J. II. Alford left the city
yeterdny for a few week's sojourn
with relatives and friends near
Cedar Rock, Franklin county.
Messrs. W. W. Hargravo, of
Tarboro, ard Aug. Bradley, of
Henderson, and W. V. Powell, of
Warrenton, were among the visi
tors, to Raleigh yesterday.
. Rev. Dr. J. J. Hall and wife,
Miss Genevieve Jordan and Mr. W.
B. Tarkington, of the Baptist Tab
ernacle, will leave to-day for Min
neapolis to attend the .Convention
of the Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor.
W. J. Peele, Esq., has returned
from Northampton where he was
called by the illness and death of
h 19 father, Mr. Isaac J. Peele,
whose death took place in his 85th
year. Six children survive him,
and he leaves a precious memory.
A devoted member of the Mission
ary Baptist Church, he was ready
to meet the summons.
. Mr. L. W. Joyner, of Franklin,
was in the city yesterday. One of
hift darkeys came to Raleigh Satur
day to spend the Fourth of July.
He got hold of some of what Sam
Jones calls "the rectified essence of
damnation," and woke up in the
Raleigh guard-house. Mr. Joynnr
heard of his trouble, came to the
city, paid the fine and costs, and to
day the darkey is'chopping cotton
as well as usual.
P. P. P. is the greatest blood
purifier of the age, the best of humor
remedies, cures every disease and
humor of the skin, scalp and blood,
whether itching, burning, ' scaly
pimples, scrofula or hereditary,
when all other remedies fail. .
Cotton.
nv.
1
ialta lone
New River mullets fat and new
atUzzle & Co.. see them von will
xi i . i , -1 - -
me valuation 01 an property nsieu my them.
above its true value. lhe
chairman of the board of county "Magnolia."
Commissioners is Chairman of the VVe have just received a larirein
Board of Equalization. This body voice ot the famous "Magnolia
met yesterday and' were in session Hams" and are selling them at
V V 1
all day, considering the returns of prices to suit the times.
list-takers and assessors. lhe Eberiiabdt & Pescud.
greater part of these lists were gone
through and passed upon, but not Wood Wanted.
all the returns could be looked into We invite sealed nronosals until
yesterday and some of the business the 25th of June for delivering at
was continued until the next meet- Raleisrh from one to five hundred
'
cords of seasoned nine wood, four
JL 7 -
G ai vet-ton .. .
Norfolk j
Baltimore .. . '
lioaton j
Wiirjuur o;:.. i
PhiiadHiDiuR i
avannaii . .
New Orleans
Mobiie
Memphis . . .
Aueraau, ...
Charleston ..
Cincinnati . . i
Louisville. . .
St. Lonis '
33
Dull
TAB SRNACLE UliE TING. feet or eight , feet
lontr.
Bidders
will please state svhether long or
Special Rates to the Tabernacle short leaf pine, when cut, and hov
xne iuiiuvvijir are me rates irom i c 1 j . i 1
t-s 11 11 1 1 11 ix: 1 1 s 1 1 11- r m en wnnn a ca 11.
1 J V j.1 -1 1 , " "lovJ
tut:, points imiucu uv uie raiiroau IO vU(lfl statino. nnrtimilnra n W..
r ii.r . .i i. y o 1 v.
From Goldsboro, $10.00; Raleigh, t.I.c wrta .Ai 071
.pu.vv, wuiudiu, .t; vjrceiisuoro, . PnlmVii xr n
A.r ft-- n .m '-ii'. v'ai a- w xvaieign, is. 1.
H; iveiusviiie, $0.4:0; winston-
Salem, $6.60; Salisbury, $3.60;
Charlotte, $4.55; Asheville, $3.85
Hot Springs, $5.75; Whittier, $6,
45.
. . j v eak
. . . jQmet
. . . !Qu et
. . . j Quiet
Quiet
...-.Isom'i
. . iQuiot
107teady
. .. . Quiet
10 J Qaiet
feady
, ... Quiet
Midl'ru :Bect.
7 7-8
a 0-0
8 14
3 3-8
7 7-8
8 3-4.
7 13-10
7 15-16
7 7-8
7 7-8
7 M-4
7 7-S
8 o-S
8 1-2
8 0-0
6
H2
Miss Maggie Reese
been doubled in many instances.
and a handsome purse subscribed
A.
by the people of Favetteville for
races.
Among the special attractions
will be a balloon ascension and par
achute leap 011 Wednesday of the
Fair, with other special attractions
for Thursday and Friday. Fire
works for Thursday night.
The Wilson Short-Cut railroad
will be completed south on or before
that date.
Indications at present point to
the largest crowd and the most suc
cessful fair held in manv vears.
We have a full liner
Summer Millinery con
sisting of white Yachts
kinds of straws.
Leghorn and Neapoli-
inn naus, snirrea mu.
hats, flowers, gauze rf;.
bons, etc,, etc.
As we do not carry ov--
Summer Millinery.
will sell all ready-trimmed
goods at greatlv re
duced prices.
Miss Maooie Reese.
219 Favett- :! v
FOR -THE
327
(jk;
40
88
74
501
150
Liverpool spot cotton in buyers'
favor; middling uplands! 9-1 6d.
Sales 4,000 bales.
Futures closed easy.
"VTOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
1 il'LVlOrU, N. C , JU'V 7, 1891.
Notice herpby trive'i tLat a snecia
meetiDgof tlie ak-boiclersot thf nilevh
Water Co -npiny will be heU at Uih r-fii-e !
of tne Company a Fu ennter.ciin, adjoin
ing the watr tower, cn Wet .Merman St.,
in the c"tj of HHleib, N. C , n Tutslaf.
Julv 2lrt 891, at 6 o'clock p. ir?.
Thid meeting is cilled tor the pnrp.".? -of
elec ini; a tew Board of Direc'cr : 1h
issniDfc ot com ou t oniia, to be eecuied by
a deed ot trust on the frsDchisei! and
property and effects of the Company, end
btnci to be uapd for the conaolida ion ol
the outa'andicg lix,bi'itiea of the ronipny
and lor the i'uuher irapr-.vingiid extend
ing the work? or the Compear; and 'or
the transactior of such other bu?inee as
hall properly and legally come betore
such met ting.
This mn titig is called pursuant to au
thority c inferred upon me hv liv-Law 9.
JULIUS LEWIS,
7-7-l(t. rreaideat Rakigh Water Co.
! yiTJ4
im mm i m
12 a a i
OF
AT-
U 9.
IIjIIi
61
R. S.TUCKER& CO..
Four condemned murderers,
Smiler, Slocumb, Wood, the negro
man, and Jugiro, the Japanese, are
Intermediate points at same rates. t;ftri. fltcin(y c:nor ivtpw Vrt ,
Tickets on sale July 21st to 25th, ' c' .
and good returning to July 31st. Senor Romero, the Mexican
Levi Branson, Sec'y. Minister at W ashington, denies
m. that Mexico is ripe for a revolu-
Call and see Carroll & Bailly's tion against the Diaz Government.
new N. C. mullets. rp, . . '.. '
xiic tuiuua mijucsi mine rail
road accident at Ravenna. Ohio.
7 7
The Citv Cotton Market.
Raleigh, N. C , Juiy 6 6 p. ai.
Good Middling 8W
Strict MddliDg J &
Middling 7
Strict low middling . . 83
Low middling , . 76-
Stains VW
In sympathy with continued decline in
New York and Liverpool.
Our market is very weak.
Naval Stortt.
Hew Yoek, July 6. Spirts turpen
tine Steady at 37 for regular barrels,
and 8 for machine barrels ; stock 1.1&5
b r els. Rosin dull; ommon strained
. ' 7 gocd' do. IA2.
. ..sungton, N. C:t July 6,-Spirita
turpentine nrm at 31'. lioain closed
firm; strained 1.20; good strained 1.2V
Tar firm at 1.S5. Crude turrwuitinp firm
hard 1-40; yellow dip 2 AO; Virgin 2.40.
Savannah, Ga., July 6. Spirits tarpen-
nne steaay t 35. Bosin firm; good
Csablzston, S..C.,July 5Spirita Tur
pentine steady at 35. Rosin firm; good
New York Money Market.
JNirv icef, July 6. Ittcney closed
at 2 per ceat., the lowest rate was 2 and
the highest 3 Exchange closed stpady;
posted rates 486 60 dara nd 4R8 f..r
demand; actual rates 4.854.8SV for CO
days and 4.874.87 lor demand. Gov.
ernment bonds closed quiet; currency eixts
1.09 bid; fours (ooupons) 1.16 bid :
Vs uo. i.uu cia.
Fresh Eggs, guarunteed at Uzzle's
144 Dozen Retail.
was continued to-day. Nothing new
was developed.
OUR SHOWING
-OF-
Stronach's.
25 Bunches rine V !' "
B 2ST Jk. A. 3.
$1, $1.25, 1. !!!.;.
Fine Furniture.
After sev : weeks'
preparations, we desire
to offer during this month
a creditable showing of
desirable Furniture fori
Parlors, Halls, libraries,
Chambers, and Dining
Rooms.
As July is not the busi
est month, in the Dry
Goods portion of cur bus
iness, we can now devote
more space on our main
floor to the display of
Furniture, and the prices
we now make on these
fine goods are lower than
can be made later on.
20 Boxes Extra F;m v
Hi 33 IS 0 1ST &
10 Boxes Jamaica and M--.:v-
ORANGEY
Fresh CocoamiK
u n. i n p
wnup tv np rpnnu .a s ;r.y
IIUIUIIJ LIIIU I Ullllj UUhu
GOLD CHOP
FBI m
$1.50 BOX.
1,000 Pound
French Mixed Can ii
loc. Pound.
V. L & A. B. STBOli.
Bakem and Candy JU
Lemons in this morning for ihe 4
of July at at Uzzle & Co., Box "or
Dozen. .
W. H. & R. S. tucker & Co.
123 and 125 Favetteville St.
I
STRONAOH'S -BAKERf
Special
Bread, Cakes nml
For tli--
4TII OF JULY 1"K
For .Men OnTv-Tiarar.-: -:
C4sars, 50c.t all Havana li'
box; enr price .2T: 2l -
CJboroots, $i.eO, al Hivutia -
Si
S
box, cor price ii.50.

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