Newspaper Page Text
DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, AUGUST i, 1S91.
BOTES PICKED UP BY THE Ul What a North Carolina Lady Saw En Route to St. Paul. SUN DA Y IN CHIC A G 0. 4 Gliwpse at the Pleasures of the National Editorial Con vention. over-looking the Lake, which fore-1 nought had secured for us. Some ess fortunate ladies did not get a room it being near bed-time, and a good many of the party found rooms at another hotel. The headquarters of the convention, while in Chicago, was the Auditorium Hotel. After church the entire party of visitors were taken out in carriages to see the sights of Chicago, and view the site of the World's Fair. I was told that considerable work had been done on the latter, but I could not see where. The foundations of some of the buildings have been laid, and the whole plan blocked out in Jackson Park, so they say the work will go on fast after this. It will all overlook the Lake. right now we branch off, and stop or lunch at Waukesha the Sara oga of the West. The Chronicle is permitted to nw e its readers "Notes by the Way" from the pen of Mrs. H. A. Lon don, of Pittsboro, who accompanied her husband to the meeting of the National Editorial Association at St. Paul, Minn. We always pre fer to give our readers "notes" of a trip from the pen of an observant lady, who is writing to a friend, than a studied description from a man. We are sure our readers will enjoy the following "notes,' and have their appetites whetted for more to-morrow. We passed through Raleigh July 10th, and after a pleasant trip up ths Chesapeake Bay, we breakfasted in Baltimore July 11th. At this place we took the limited vestibule train on the Baltimore and Ohio road, via Washington, for Chicago ; a distance of 8o4 miles. At Washington we met Mr. J. P. Caldwell, editor of the Statesville Landmark : Mr. J. B. Sherrill, of the Concord limes; Mr. W. W. McDiarmid, of the Lumberton Rob eson ian : Mr. W. X. Coley, of the Davie limes, and Mr. W. F. Tom linson, of Country Homes, Ashe- ville ; who, together with Mr. H. A. London, of the Chatham Record were the delegates who attended the Convention from North Caro lina. The Potomac River is on our left as we speed west from Washington Chicago is a grand city. Beauti ful residences, some of them having cost with their furnishings, a million and a quarter dollars, fine stores and public buildings, some of them fifteen and twenty stories high, magnificent hotels, ot which the Auditorium and Palmer House are samples, xne eye grows weary of viewing all this, and is truly re freshed when we enter Drexel Boule vard, a broad strip of park extend ing down the centre of Drexel avenue for miles, in the heart of he city. In this are handsome rees of every variety, walks, rustic seats, and an endless variety of flower beds. Vast pyramids of the different varieties of cactus are a novelty and closely resemble rock work. As we passed into South Park, and Washington Park, and Jackson Park, and saw the hun dreds of people in them, many with their baskets and many more asleep on the grass, I came to the conclu sion that this was some special Sun day, and that all Chicago was out on a picnic. But on our return drive everybody seemed to be out At 2 o'clock we again took the rain "and about 5 o'clock stopped at Madison, the beautiful capital of Wisconsin. Five steam barges were in waiting to take the party out on Lake Minona, a lovely sheet of water. This ride with the band playing as most delightful. They played Dixie olten. After supper a re- ception was given in the Capitol to the guests, where speeches, etc., oc cupied the time 'till we boarded the train at lo'clock for St. Paul. I forgot to say that we listened to a speech from "Peck's bad boy" now Gov. Peck and he talks as funny as he writes. Some one said that in our country editors make Governors, but they do it with their pens. liov. jrecK ana also Jx-lxov. Hoard, who spoke, had been editors. Mo nth a many women culfcr from Excessive or Scant LInstrriT.r: i---. j vvug vu connae into st orcper advice. tj Don't coaiids in anybody but try P Bradfield's Female Regulator a Specific for PAINFUL, PROFUSE. SCANTY, SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR MENSTRUATION. Book to "WOMAN " mailed free. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. Bold by U Drug-gists. THE AhSOBQUGh smi a. B. HANJSY, Proprietor. IRsileigli jST. O. Rates -50 per day. to $15.00 ter week. HOTEL FLORENCE. T. G. AERISGTON, Manager. R,aJ.eigiiy 1ST. C Rooms, with meals at the Yarboro H' -ase, S.J.00 per day, 110 per week. "Special rates to lawyers attend ing Supreme Court. june31-tim. DRIED FRUITS : , AT I. R. Ferrall & Co.'s, e&S Favetteville Street. ELY'S CREAM BALM-Oeanses the Nasal Passages, Allays Pain and inflammation, ueaia the Sores, Restores Taste and Smell, and Cures 6 I DOC uruggis M trt Ives Belief at once for Cold In Head. lv into the Nostrils. It U Quickly Absorbed. its or Dy man. tsdx. mtu&, oa warren est, a. x. JESS I A Suspender , Galluses, Braces, Garters, tuff and 25 UIIU Scan Holders. California Evaporated Apricots and Apples. ff. O. DRIED APPLES & PEACHES VRINCH AND TURKISH FBUXE3. California Dried Grapes. He. North Oabolina Grekn Applet, At Prioea to Suit Everybody. Pare, Fresh-Groupd, Old-fashioned Virginia Buckwheat,' Pennsylvania Buckwheat and Graham' Floor. Ask my agents for W. L. Douglas Shoes. If not for sale In roar place ask to dealer to send for catalogue, secure the agency, ana get them for yon. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. riding, or sitting on their front door steps. Sunday is a holiday to; X ST W these people, and they thoroughly enjoy the beautiful parks which they keep up with so great an expen diture of money. We drove into the fine stables where are the stalls for over 150 horses that work on these parks. There is a large rotunda round which are the stalls,with the names of the horses over the door of each. fresh Ground Hominy and Grito. EvV OATMEAL, OAT FLAKES, WHEAT FLAKES AND CRACK ED WHEAT. ITioes and Quality oil all gooJa in out tioe guaranteed. Telephone 83. till we cross it on a magnificent dou- Many persons would be glad to be ble iron bridge at Harper's Ferry, so well housed. from Which OUr railroad track runs I T xria nnrtimilnrlv trnolr with up the Potomac, and another grace- the flowers 'in South Park. On a fully sweeps up the Shenandoah was to be seen a perfect sphere ?BThe Mutual Benefit Life insurance Gompany, OF NEWARK, N. J. Our Twenty-Five Cent Suspender is a Stunner. Ask to see them. Another invoice of Al paca Coats and Vests just arrived. "Whiting Bros., Clothiers and Hatters, I One of the Oldest, Largest. Stroneest. 1 RALEIGH. N. C. and Best Financial Institutions in the i i We pay Larger dividends than any ASBURY PARK, N. J. in JNorxn uaronna mat are to-day draw ing over a 50 per cent, dividend. We furnish the Best and Cheapest Insurance offered by any company. For further information address JOHN 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 .ranteea cost. ount TREMONT HOUSE. Accommodates 300. Best location in Park. Ocean view from everv win dow. White help. Orchestra bv sea son. Comfortable rooms and superb table. Rates 110 to $12 weekly. . SAM'L B. McINTYRE. july2-tf Proprietor here is ex- Un one the moun- rocK rise Valley. The scenery ceedingly beautiful, side of the river tains of rushed for hundreds of feet directly from the water. On the other side John Brown's fort stands at the foot of a mountain historically interesting. The river here literally cuts its the World with growing gray foliage plants forming the oceans. Europe, Asia, and Africa in red and yellow plants, and North and South Am erica and Australia and the larger groups of islands of the world also in colored plants. This was about twelve feet in diameter, I should think.and was most wonderful when way through mountains, and eo does vou reflect that planta row easilv the railroad for that matter. From w:th AarA hut hnw no I 1VU A WVU VV IT &a V M w UV IT VMU you make them grow upward. One runs ior miles wnn ine river to me immense Sundial, consisted of a ... -t . . . . I ' 1 MX. T DlJCVyitll VT1U)9 ik right and mountains rising precis teU anite piUar (gray f0iiage on Uo4r eed mixtures uousiy on me leit nanu. x was ;t and :n a circle ATOunA were the forcibly reminded here of the numbers of the dial in red geraniums Western N. C. road from Asheville a yard iong each. As we passed to Warm Springs: with high tiro rTnno iVck tiTna witTi riif mountains to the left, and French J wata anA hnth indiWfoii Al Broad river to the right for miles, o'clock. I could write and talk for Indeed this scenery on the B. & O. fcour8 aD0Ut these parks alone,which roaa cioseiy resemDies our vy estern i their names on the green grass a. Ks. mountains oniy mere is : wiiftW h rH lttora at th ti- trance of each. Seeds, Seeds, Seeds, All kinds of Grass and Clover Seeds, now ar riving in store. Fresh Crimson or Annual Clover Seeds. Also Southern Prize Turnip Seeds at 25c. per pound, or by the bushel whole gale. This is a valua ble variety, producing large white turnips, of good quality, very har dy and best turnip for salad. Will stand cold est weather withomt protection. These seeds are all fresh, carefully grown, and best selected seeds on the market. My special Grass and WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? it is a seamless shoe, vr 1th no tacks or wax thread to hurt the feet; mad of the best fine calf, stylish and easy, and becauas toe make more shoes of this graae man any oxner manufacturer, it equals hand sewed shoes costing from $4.00 to $5.00. CC OO Genuine Hand-sewed, the finest calf shoe ever offered for $5.00; equals French Imported shoes which cost from $8.00 to $12.00. GIJL 00 Hand-Sewed Welt Shoe, fine calf, stylish, comfortable and durable. The best shoe ever offered at this price ; same grade as crs-tom-made shoes costing from $6.00 to $9.00. CCO 50 Police Shoe; Farmers, Railroad Men Pvi and Letter Carriers all wear them; fine calf. seamless, smootn insiae, neavy tnree soles, exten sion edge. One pair will wear a year. 00 0 fine calf no better shoe ever offered at 92a this price; one trial will convince those who want a shoe for comfort and service. CO 25 and $2.00 Worklngman's shoes P4ba are very strong and durable. Those who have given them a trial will wear no other make. RaUC'"" and 81.75 school shoes are D M J 9 worn by the boys everywhere; they sell on their merits, as the increasing sales show. 1 oHiAC $3.00 Hand-sewed shoe, best 0U ICD Dongola, verystylish; equals French Imported shoes costing from $4.00 to $6.00. . Ladies' 2.50, $2.00 and $1.75 shoe for Misses are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and durable. Caution. See that W. L. Douglas' name and price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe. W. L. DOTJGLAS, Brockton, Mass. For Sale by HELLER BROS., 7-3-5m. Raleigh, N. C. CHRYSANTHEMUM ROSES. All the finest Ghrjaanthums. Beet ever blooming Kosea. in many aorta. A t?e (nearest hirthdavV I Choioe evergreens and Magnolias. Qreen- Age nearest Dirmaayj I hr.fi fYn haaZ, Ti.nt- rs, JName I r " . itr- - Addrek..:. ........ is ?5?s?"a xuiuBjtiu, vcuuuvwer, uaumgo &xiu rur rown Egg-Plante. Sweet Potato plants ready about 25th ox April. Celery plants A Startling Discovery la often made by a man as to his physical 1 condition, when suddenly some disease that is lurking in his system shows itsell and prostrates mm upon a bed of sickness. This is particularly the case with malarial poison, whicn often lies dormant until a sudden change of climate forces it to the surface. If therefore you contemplate a visit to tne Blue Ridge Mountains or any change to a high latitude, you ehould go first to Cleveland Springs, the waters oi wnicn thoroughly eradicate all Malaria from th system, and by their wonderful tonic effects build up the physi cal condition so rapidly that a few days revives iuu energies to sucn a degree xnax a person ieeis renewed and prepared for the lull enjoyment of a trip to the "Land of the Sky." Those also who suffer from any disease that causes them to feel that their nervous system is in June and July. 8end for Catalogue. H. 8TKINMETZ, Florist, Mar6-tf. Ualeieh. N. C. Statesville College OFFERS TO GIRLS AND YOUNG WO! fVTKl WHERE THE WATERS DIVIDL Gradually Sinking In more of it. Almost the entire line from Washington to the Ohio river is one series of grand and wildly picturesque views. I did not go to see the pork pack ing it was not to my taste ; so I let the gentlemen so alone and I I have been much interested in waikftd un and down looking at the the natural gas which we have seen wonderful stores. This last was on flaming up, as we flash by, from onr rfttnrn throno-h Chicago. i -i . . 1 o o noies in tne ground in towns ana on mountain sides. Insert a tube in the crround and thev have a fine gas jet. We fUe supper in West Virginia, and breakfast in Indiana. The first noticed was the beautiful were passing yes, and I was shoe!.. ! to see men hauling up their wluv... on Sunday morning. I can't describe my sensations of delight when we came in sight of the blue-green waters of Lake Michigni. -tV,ut 10 o'clock. W. reached Chicago about 11 o'clock, tired and dusty and ready to take possession of the pleasant room thing I farms we Monday morning the delegation left in a train of fourteen large sleeping cars for St. Paul, a distance of 480 miles on the Chicago and Northwestern railroad. We stop ped a few moments at Milwaukee, only long enough to take on a car load of beer. It is justly celebrated for its horrid bitter taste. It is as bad as a dose cf quinine; but please do not tell any of the gentle men who so much appreciated it Some cf tlipm actuallv seeded to like it. But no one got tipsy, I am glad to say. Up to this place the blue Lake Michigan was to our give ependid results wherever used. Price are given for quantity, sufficient to seed an acre or more. If do- sired I shall also taka pleasure in quoting the price per bushel of any of the above named Seeds. Latest improved farm implements, engines, boilers, saw mills, etc., for sale, also Pratt cotton gin, and Nance power cotton press. I R. WYATT. 216 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, N. C. July 21, 1891. Bear in mind that the elegant new GREEN PARK HOTEL AT BLOWING ROCK will be ready for guests on July 1st, and DON'T - t r make any arrangements for spending the summer until ' yon write for Illustrated Guide Book and terms. Magnificent scenery, bracing atmos phere, beautiful drives, many places of interest, including the Celebrated Blowing Rock, Grandfather Mountain, Watauga Falls, Valle Crucis, GlenBirnie, &c. Hotel bran-new, thoroughly equipped, modern conveniences a?d comforw, elec trio bel's, hot and cold baths, 4c. Address GREEN PARK HOTEL CO., Blowing Rock, IS. C. maylO-tf THE NORTH CAROLINA G0H6Q6 of ftoriculture AND a thorough education, good health and a comfortable home, with moderate charges. For catalogue write to, Mrs. Fannie Evekitt Walton, Principal, Statesville, N. C. jul24-tf OAKLAND HEIGHTS SANATORIUM (FORMERLY OAKLAND INN) AS HE VIIilYE, C. The Slost Complete Health Report in the South. Is now open and ready tor gaeete. Thit house is the most deeirable in the South for persons who need rest and medical attention No hotel in Asheville has m well furnished rooms and its cuisine is unequalled. Only in case of patiecteia the diet regulated. The table is an im portant feature of the sanatorium. The water is pure and plentiful, coming or giving away, will find that these waters possess properties that will re-invigorate ana Dmia tnem up, in fact for any of the many diseases that aflliot suffering human ity iney nave proven by thorough test to I trom a urge, limpid spring near by. Tm be a panacea, and as such are recommend ed by tne leading physicians of North and South Carolina. For analyses, testimonials, etc, address f J. B. WILKINSON, Proprietor Cleveland ftp rings, Sbslby, M. C. A G. BHODES. S. W. HEWTN. A. G. BHODES & CO., 9 E. Hartin Street, 20 Ex chance Place, RALEIGH. N.TJC.. DZ1LZBS XV Furniture, Clocks, PICTURES, &C. WE ABE STILL AHEAD, We are continually receiving J. L. Busbee, Mechanic Arts ARTIST. Will accept orders for oil portraitei nainiea trom me or pnoiograph. , No esuatt STUDIO: ICS West HargeStreet. will begin its third session on Septem ber 3d. 1891, with increased faciKtios and equipments in every departwient. The past successful year has given further evidence of its practical valne, and its young men are already in de mand for responsible positions. Total cost, SIOO.OO. Each County Superin tendent of Education will examine ap plicants for admission. For catalogues, address ALEX. Q. HOLLftDfly , President, RALEIGH, N. C. july2-3tawlm We extend to you a cordial invitation to call and look at PARLOR SUITS, Which we sell from $28.50 to $125. Our Chamber Bats from $20.C0 to $150. Battan Ciairs trom 2.15 to $15 rit each. We also keep extra WASH STANDS. BUREAUS. xIATTItF.iSEr, SPRINGS, in fact everything to be found in iirut-ciass FURNITURE STORE. Be sure to see and examine tcfore buy ng eUewhere. Respectfully, A. G. BHODES & CO. 6-Em sanitary arrangements are as perfect a care and money can make them. Persona suffering with throat and lung trouble are greatly benefitted by a stay at this place The medical managem nt is under the direction of Dr. P. W. Neefus. recently of the Jackson Sanatorium at Danaville, . x. The Sanatorium is thoroughly equipped with modern appliances for the acientifia relief and cure of ail nervous and chronie diseases. The bSi departments are new throughout and are under the supervision of competent and skilled attendants. - The methods of treatment include all forma of baths, the' Medicated Vapors, Turkiah. Electric, Busman, Boman. itoliere, Ther-mo-Eieetrio, Electrochemical, Iflfmnffh Electricity in all its forma, also Swediae llovemcnw. Medical attendance and every form of treatment included in prioe oz room. Although the comfort and we' fare of the sick are the first considerations, every opportunity is given to those who desire to spend a pleasant and profitable aeason here. Address for further paarticulan Hiss Emilie Vaughn, Louisburg Female College, LOUISBURG, N. C. o o o Next Session will Begin Sept. 2, '91. Full Faculty of efficient and experienced teachers. All the English branches, with Mceic, Art, Elocution and Ancient and Modern Languages, Stenography atd Type-writing taught by the most approved tuethoda. Caluithecics Jreo. IIo physician required iiL4le College uur icg the viHi year. Eo"5 washi-?. lifVi area and toitiob Ueh oniy 1140 yuc year. Special studies at reasonable grates. Send for catalogue tc D. BAGLEZ. A. M., june20-W3m President. ?