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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, AUGUST
i , 1891-
ALL THE NEWS IN OUR CAPITAL CITY.
xz State mvonitlc.
SATURDAY,
1
August
1, 1891.
Rev. C. Miller Farm for Sale.
The Chronicle's Weather Report
Washington, D. July 31 For
Virginia and North Carolina: Show
ers; stationary temperature; south
winds.
IN THE LOBBIES AND ON THE
STREETS.
The -internal revenue collections
for the fourth district for the Jionth
of July amounted to $78,621.54.
Mr. James M. Mullins was yes
terday qualified as administrator
over the estate of the late Mrs. Ze-
lian Ann Mullens.
Sunday 'i Chkonicle will con
tain a letter from Rev. Thos.
Dixon in regard to his letter in the
New York Herald replying to his
brother.
Two more beautifully painted
summer cars arrived yesterday
morning for the Hillsboro street
route of the lishtning car line.
This makes eight cars in all.
It is learned that Rev. J. M.
Hilliard, formerly of JFake but now
of Buncombe county, has accepted
the position as pastor and treasurer
of the Baptist Orphanage at Thom-
.asvi'le.
At a meeting of the JF. R.
"Womble Hook and Ladder Truck
last night it was decided to send a
delegation to Durham consisting of
live members, since they cannot,
under the contract with the city,
take along the truck.
The committee of arrangements
on behalf of the Trinity College
Alumni for the Grand Alumni Ban
quet to be given President Crowell
at the opening of the new Trinity
College at Durham, will meet in
Raleigh, August 3d, to perfect ar
rangements. Governor Holt yesterday granted
permission to the Newberry Rifles,
of Newberry, S. C, to come into
this State, armed and equipped for
the purpose of going into their an
nual summer encampment that is to
be hfld this year at Hendersonville,
N. C.
Mrs. L. M. King, mother of our
townsman Henry King, has moved
her family from Oxford to this city
and will reside at the Rand resi
dence. This is quite an addition
to the Raleigh social circles, and
we are glad to welcome them to
our city.
Rev. W. H. Cunninggim and
wife, of Chapel Hill, were on a
visit to Raleigh yesterday.
Mr. J. B. Shipp, of Norfolk,
Va., who for some years had charge
of the Singer Sewing Machine
office in this city, is at the Moseley
House.
Mr Woodson Horton, who re
sides on East Hargett street, was
paralyzed all over yesterday and
was not expected to live through
the night.
Among those persons registered
at the Yarboro yesterday were :
Mr. J. N. Williams and Mrs. J.
N. Williams, of Graham, and Mrs.
V. O. TTjllis, of Mt. Airy.
Miss Ella McGee left yesterday
with Misses Kate Sutherland and
Julia McGee, for Mount Olive,
where she will remain on a short
stay with them.
- Rev. Dr. Reid arrived yesterday
from the Charlotte District Confer
ence. His family are . at Buffalo
Lithia Springs, and he will spend
Sunday with them.
Dr. Dinwiddie, president of Peace
Institute, left yesterday afternoon
for a business trip to Virginia in
the interest of his school, and Miss
Nannie Dinwiddie left for Black
Mountain to spend sometime on a
pleasure visit.
Prof. W, F. Massey, of the Agri
cultural and Mechanical College,
left the city yesterday for Newbern,
from whence he will go to Orange
burg, S. C, to deliver an address
before the South Carolina Board of
Agriculture.
WM NOT A GAME,
in VS. RALEIGH ?
Furnish- T7n nrnnr
1 rgptfMn whiumm
Mr. P. H. Hanes, the head o:
the famous tobacco firm of P. H
Hanes & Co., of Winston, passed
through Raleigh yesterday on his
way down to make ready for the
State Tobacco Association which
Fine Material Can be Se
cured for a Raleigh
Baseball Team
TO
PLAl A Tim WINSTON
ciaMPioNs.
Dunn, WynneovMilh, Haynes,
Holding y Dixonndrews, Bus-
New Carpets and House
ings.
Customers will bear in mind that
we have two carpet sales going on
new. One lot of carpets at tne ay-
etteville street door; the other lot
at the Wilmington street door.
The new stock, which has just
been opened, is shown at the Fay-
etteville street entrance, and money
can be saved by buying now.
Many of the odd pieces and short
lengths are offered at prices less
than cost of manufacture, and these
we show at the Wilmington street
door.
Scattered all over our main floor
are tables of house-furnishings,
quilts, napkins, towels and table
damasks. We save you money, and
give you new stock to select Irom.
W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Uo.
bee Wh;; Not?
Died."4
July 28th, at Wilson's Mills, Mr.
James Uzzle, aged 74 years. Mr.
There is no que "on but that the Uzzle was a highly respected citi-
WinstonBluesF .i-winnprs with zen and the lather 01 Col. A. 1.
the balldy4' u
TT ,r n J .
xiertfa.vehacl :
tests Wi.j. n- v-' 'ftrolina
j- si
(Ul
The exercises of
10
b
Mes. Ann- t . vl . rf s:'iet.
Has. X. PbT?k
-1 HW;
Capt. N. PenickV lle S. sb
Miss Anna YaizTml, "
New Igian1
Absolutely Puro.
A cream of tarter baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening strength.
I iLatest U. S. Government Food Report;
Uzzle, formerly of this city.
that ho.ve
1-:
extern
no con-
teams
innocent
Mrs. Jno. H. Small, Misses Belle
Small and Florence Perkins, of
TIT t ' . 11 "
amusement. weT u asningion, accompameu vy uxiss
Thev have H-uao to other Fannie Carter, of Raleigh, left last
States to find boys that could half evening for a summer visit to Blow-
WflT hanrilp thpm. fnrt. witb tho pt. i lug IxOCK.
ception of two gam' 3 Mished out to
the Palmetto asr Rations for no Mammoth Excursion to Richmond
other purpose than'to keep up the Wait for the grand excursion to
enthusiasm, they .' and out with a run August 12th by Hope for All
clean record. havi? won thirtv Lodge, 2645, Grand United Order
games this season. (5nlv Thursdav of Odd Fellows, to be run to Rich
they defeated Gha -.Ston by a score mond and returning 14th. Special
of 13 to 3 and dt abnstrated their arrangements will be made for
powers with the willow, ladies and children. Special cars
But the Chronicle know of for white people and special cars
some excellent baseball talent, that for colored people. Those who went
if gathered together and practiced, to Richmond last August on the ex
could give the JFinstons a beautiful cursion ,' run by the Odd Fellows
tussel on a North Carolina field, will remember the nice time, as this
All Raleigh and the surrounding promises to be equally . as good if
towns want to see TFinston play ball not better. The route will be via
and to see them play their best a the R. & G. Railroad and the
fine team must oppose them. And round trip fare will be $2.50. For
a fine team the Chronicle has to further particulars address Morris
meets in Morehead City on next give to its readers to-day. Why Watts and Warren A. Alston.
Tuesdav. His wife and daughter not, then, a championship contest
Hiie'big'5 Great Res
torative Tonic.
BURNHAM'S
Beef9 - Wine - and - Iron
FRESH BEEF, CITRATE OF
IRON AND SHERRY
WINE.
In this preparation are combined the atim-
mant properties of wine and the nutri
ment or Beef, with the tonifr pow
ers of Iron, the effect of which
on the blood is so
Justly rained.
Combined Nutriment With Stimulus.
A. Valuable Bestoratire for Convalescents
Retail Price 50c. bottle.
Jobbing Trade Shipped at Manufacturers
Prices.
From Personal Knowledge and Use we
guarantee isurnham b Bee, Wine and
Iron to be all it ia reoreaented to be.
setts. "vaT
Art.
Mies SueW.
P'eparat0ry
M". . R. Ben.
Iatron,
Housekeeper
Mr8. A. A. Eutges.'
We respectfully ask ptrenr.
logue tetore eelecting MK
T nnm H
june30-"Wtf
0a
TTTAVTrn
I .1 IU
W wishes to learn tt?U
mess. 1.000 stnrl- ;
Address,
Care of tni fs-.J
juiou- w in w
WANTED-To lea.
w w 1 c iiiZ.lt
paper in JNorth Caroliti.
vare xne freeman.' S .
jul30
HTEACHER WAXTP -
1 sire to employ a W
10 teacn in a private tsj 1
dress, v
Care of C.-1
jul30-lt
FOLKS WHO TRAVEL.
accompanied him.
Mr. ir. J. Rogers left last nin;ht
for Bayboro, Ga.,to return to his
business after a visit to old friends
in Raleigh and Wake. He is a
member of the firm of Beckwith
& Rogers, of Bayboro, Ga. They
did a large turpentine business at
Keyser before moning to Georgia,
where they carry on the second
largest turpentine business in that
State, employing 105 hands. The
Chronicle is glad to know that
their business is paying handsomely.
North Carolina boys lead the world
over.
MERCHANTS' PURCHASE TAX.
It Seems That its Constitutionality
Will be Tested.
Mr. Ashley Home, of Clayton,
was in Raleigh yesterday on busi
ness. Prof. J. E. Matheny and wife
have gone on a visit to relatives in
Auburn.
Mr. S- T. Morgan, President of
the Durham Fertilizer Company, is
ia Raleigh.
Gen. F. B. Chilton went to
Louisburg yesterday on a short
business visit.
Miss Ida Baker and little brother,
of Tarboro, are on a visit to the
Misses Hardin, in this city.
Hon. Thos. G. Skinner, member
of Congress from the 1st District,
waa in Raleigh yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Tucker,
have returned from an extended
though pleasant visit to Morehead.
W. F. Kornegay, Esq.. of
Goldsboro, President ot the N: C.
Railroad, is at the Yarboro House.
Sherwood Higgs, Esq., travelling
salesman for Hurst, Purnell & Co.,
Baltimoie, is in the city for a short
visit to his friends.
Rev. J. JFilliam Lee, who has
just closed a very successful revival
in Southport, is in the city. He
goos to Lea's Chapel, Person county,
where he will assist Pastor Ivey, of
the Methodist church in a protrac
ted meeting. The Messenger speaks
in compliment of his sermons in
that place.
of three sames.
Winston writes that she will
come, although they have received
many offers, for enough to pay ex
penses and a sufficient guarantee
of her part of gate receipts.
Since that is so why not get to
gether the Chronicle's team and
go in with a whoop.
lorn Dunn, and everybody knows
Tom, he will come from Columbia
and swing his bat all the way ; our
favorite Chinaman Joe may also be
secured; Mills, the great short
stop of the Wake Forests, Holding
and Powell, their excellent battery,
and Bob Dixon will all be here :
,
Perrin Busbee hasn't forgotten
how, neither has Ernest Haynes
and they are bothJ1Jfine. Melvin
and Dave Andrew"uahd Cov Jor-
Special Notices.
Why Delay?
It is a well-known fact that the
well-selected stock of dry goods,
shoes, etc., of McGee & Moseley
has been thrown upon the market.
You should take advantage of some
of the bargains.
S. F. MORDECAI,
july31-2t Trustee.
W. C. & A. 6. STRONACH,
GROCERS,
Bakers and Candy Manufacturers.
Delicious Summer
Drinks and Tonics.
Chafer's Raspberry 8vrup and Vicegar
Pta. 75c Qts. $1,251
Martinqae Lime Fruit Jaice Halt Gallon
75c Q s. 40c.
Schweppea Ginger Ale. 15c 11.50 doz.
Mott'a Crab Apple Cider Cures Dvepep-
sia. 15c. bottl-. $1.75 doz."
Schweppe'a Soda and Seltzer Water.
KEEPING
WITH
THE III
When Sheriff Page on Thursday dan are good, Hube : 0It6yster take
.1 T .ii a i a n x .
auu ycsLcruay auempieu 10 coiieci in tne "Hies" vray Aer in centre
irom our mercnant s tne tax imposed field.
upon tnem in bcbedule 15., known Will Wynne sal he will win
as tne aiercnant9' Purchase lax, it he can get b J itcher, and al-
ne was greeted by great opposition, though Will hasay Unlucky since
declaring that suit was alrpadv ko V.00 n I v:
O j jv uno uv U1H UU1U 111LL1, V C
enierea to test tne constitutionality know there is so. ink in him.
of it. im
It is understood that th mpr- DEATH'? s TEST.
chants of IFilmineton. Finstonand 411
other towns had raised monev to "UMBLt"nI oreaaea
nurrvitintft ih ,ni,rf. if t, i-cJ disease, cona r , , , ss Texana
J " -" 1 iir ui- . 1 r- -
General Assembly did not abolish it J !! um.y HP? years,
. t vxicvx at. Micp .- on omunneia
A Beautiful Picture. street, on nism eisLSt. tier
Mr. W. G. Randall, of this otv'. remains were tak- ,0 Chatham
who has already established a repu- county her native me, for inter
the btate, has finished an oil por
trait ot the late Miss Eliza Pitt
man, of Tarboro, which is equal to
any portrait of Garl Brown or any
otner noted art: its. Miss Pittman
was a half sister of Mr. F. Ti
Investigate
And you will be convinced that
the McGee & Moseley stock of
black goods, silks, colored dress
goods, white goods, shoes and slip
pers is the cheapest ever offered
in Raleigh.
S. F. Mordecai, Trustee.
Wanted,
A position to teach music, either
city or country.
Address B-,
Care Statu Chronicle,
ju 24-10t. Raleigh, N. C.
Rates W. N. C. 3 CbhfereDce oi
Woman's SXission.ary Society,
Asheville. N. C.
tor above -occasion the Rich
mond and Danvillew Railroad will
Dancy, and her untimely death in sell tickets to Asheville, N. C, and
tne 0100m 01 oeautnui young woman- return at following rates from
nooa was widely deplored. Mr. points named. Tickets on sale
Randall has given a portrait which August 6th, 7th and 8th. limited
preserves her beauty and grace. returning August 13. 1891 :
lhe Chronicle is glad to note From Charlotte. $7.05: Greens-
1 - - '
tne deserved reputation which Mr. boro, $7.90 ; Winston-Salem, $8.80:
ivauuaii nas gamed, lie bas almost Durham, $9.90 ; Raleigh, $10.40.
as much work as he can do until the Rates from intermediate, nnints in
laxi. xnere is no need tor iNorth same portion.
Carolinians to send away trom home W. A. Turk, D. P. A
ior oil portraits any longer.
What will Simmons Liver Regu-
Uon t lay awake at night. Take lator do? Cure di
o; t , . . ... rr 1
oiiumons liver regulator and se- ness, sick headache and indices-
cure resttul sleep. tion.
Only One More Week.
On Monday, July 10th, one
week hence, and we close up the
Old Big Racket Store at the corner
of Martin and TPilmington streets
and open in full blast the New
Racket Store at 206 Fayetteville
St., (the old Norris store.) We
will fill this mammoth store with
such goods as the people need.
Our special sale of carpets has
"pcucu auu we are navin? a mor
trade on those carpets in short
lengths, say 20, 25, and 26 yards in
a piece. All of our carpets are on
sale at our Fayetteville St. en
trance at our new store, Norris &
Carter's old stand. Wq shall have
a grand stock of carpets this fall.
Respectfully,
D. T. Swindell.
F?ARM FOR SALE NEAR
F GOLDSBORO, N. C It
contains 60 acres, is inst. 3 mile
from the court house, splendid loca
tion for a truck farm, good dwelling
and other necessary buildings, good
orchard, excellent neighborhood.
For terms and other information,
apply to Rev. C. Miller,
Greensboro, N. C.
-After DinDer Cheese-
-Somereet. Va , Dairy Cheese-
Equal to Pineapple
15 to 20c. lb. 12 to 15c
ft' -4j.
ROANOKE COLLEGE W2:
Healthful Mountain mimntP PlimVa
of Courses for Degrees; Commercial
juepanment; liorary 17,000 volume;
working Laboratory; good morals; five
churches. Expenses for 9 months 1154
to $204 (board, fees, &c.) Increasing
uduuuagc irom many jstates, Indian
Territory, Mexico and Japan. North
Carolina well renresnt.pi XW coo.
sion begins September 16th.
illustrated catalogue and illustrated
book about Salem free. Address.
, nn , JULIUS D. DREHER,
june30-d&w-lm President.
WANTED. A graduate In medi
cine with some experience to
take a country practice, located on
Ducktown road twenty miles from
Aaheville. For patticnlars, address,
M. C. MILLENDER, mTdT
jul28-tf ?i?on River, N.C.
S
ALE or LAND'IN OBERLIN.
On Mondav. Ancrnst aiat, at im
under a judgment of Wake Superior
Court, in a special proceeding entitled
Norfleet L. Jeffries, adminfetrator of
Allen Terrell, deceased, against David
Peed and ancy Peed, his wife, and
pthere,IwiUsellatpubUc auction, at
the Court House Door in Raleigh, a lot
of about IK acres of land belonging to
Vi ottxu. Auea Terrell, and
3AeiSI?? of Norfleet Jeffries, Wm.
Armisted and others. -
?ernP9ne"tnird residue with
interest at 8 per cent, in four months
bond and security required.
NORFLEET L. JEFFRIES,
-p , . Administrator, etc.
Raleigh, 2s. C, July 28, 1891.
jul291aw4w
We are constandv
type, new machinery, i .-i
new and fresh pajx-rr
you want any kind of
Printing and Biic
executed, and want it L -and
in the best of shape. I--your
order. To Lavr ::-
eauiDDed Printinir an-1 B r
1 ii c
tablishment in the J
work a much larger force
other office is an alva:.:-
doing
Work Quickly.
Edwards & Browe:
Raleigh, J. C.
Sale.
OF PVf? PROPERTY IN THE CITY
KALEIQH. Two very desirable brick
stores, attuoted in the ceiter of toe b-
Eea88t SSS?? Citif Ealeih and
t.a8t Martin Street. Also a very vabiable
iS5d7!S? &-ndlot' frontinonNi8hS?uare
Dote"?! "toi-sectioii o? Martin and Mc-
i:i5YWOOI'Truetee'and Assignee
jul2o-12t otJofls.B.WntLiAirs.
Chattanooga Cane I
The only practicable, pfr'ectj
reliable mill.
EVERY PART AVAR4-"
-If a piece breaks 5e7Vi-:1
iahed free of charge, if lr-
l n U V.v
8HOWB naw. or enc tx
J. C.S.UMv
VV "I- VA
i; ayettevuie bu, opp. JLmi
TOBACCO FLUEfi A S?E-" aTT
J. S. WYNNE- r. k. tjr
WYNNE 4 ELL1NGT0
Fire Insurance
AND
Real
AGENTS
WILL COLLECT KZST y.
Money Saved by Givis-
ness to ns.
Telephone No. TT, -ar,::er:i?
2so.
WM. M. JONKS
HOFFMAS, C"
Manufacturer t
R n ii a h L U m D
Special attention give
of large iaienaione.
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