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DAILY STATE CHR G N 1CLE, AUGUST 29, 1891. A
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ALL THE NEWS IN OUR CAPITAL CITY.
DIOCESE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
SATURDAY, - August 29, 1891.
J$OLK& W HO TRAVEL.
Board of Pnbl'c Charities.
Yesterday the board of public
Mr. N. B. Broughtonhasgoneto charities adjourned after a session
Chronicle's Weather Report.
Washington, August 28 For
North Carolina: , Slightly cooler, oc
casiwial ruins except fair weather in
northwest portions; cooler and show
ery weather is probable Sandag.
Local Happenings.
The Yarboro extension is ready
for the plasterers.
The city street force has began
a campaign against the prevalent
grass.
Morrisville to attend a Baptist as
sociation to-day.
; Col. P. F. Faison left yesterday
to visit the State farms on the Ro
anoke near Weldon.
of several days. The North Caro-
lina State penitentiary, the Soldiers'
Home and the Wake county jail
were carefully inspected, the other
institutions having been examined
at the late meeting, some three
Bishop Umau's Appointments.
August 30, Sunday Flat Rock.
4 " " 5 p. m., Hender
son ville.
September 1, Tuesday Saluda
Consecration.
TIrolTiACflnv Trvnn Citv
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4, Friday St. Paul's Hen-
Rev. C. Durham left yesterdav months ago.
for Southport, to be present at a But the most necessary part oi
meeting of the Cape r ear Baptist ttie work ot charity and correction
In a state consists - in the proper
fiVPrsiorht. nf thp i?l nnd liomoa
A il. I ,a - -i .--.i f Ann r-rt O ' '
V t, t in for the aged and infirm, maintained
yesterday 'were lievs. He JL. I ell, , a 4i ,
ic x. . t w ti,: Je hJ the counties, t or this purpose
Ol J: ruIlivIlIlLOli ; u. ucj-ijviuo, w i i - i 1 1
Ridgeway, and J. B. Hurley, of covering the whole guI)ject of tLe
Louisburjr.
Prof. J. II. Mills, superintendent warmth, sanitation, cost, &c, of
of the Thomasville Orphanage ; H. these institutions and commit-
I t -on - r o "Dn rl i r
Governor Holt will on Monday 1 ou;eu U1 oouluclu x"c0, m,u ui a,
make his home in the executive Mr- Alston, oi nenaerson, were iocai ooara in eacn county,
horn vestprdnv. of influential and Inrorfvhenrterl eiti-
mansion. J J , , , . . .
The cotton worm is doing a great Mr. Wm. Hazlehurst and wife, f I'S S
deal of damage in this section, cot- left yesterday for Macon, Ga. The 1 ; ' ' .
iirnvTOTi? -mcrvpiQ tn tnnw that. J J
Mr. Hazlehurt's health has jnven rePfl q"eny io ine ooara oi
puDiic cnarities, anu wnere reiorms
ton planters say.
William Dinkins, for many years
a street laborer, died yesterday after
an illness of nearly a year.
The great freshet in the Neuse
river has destroyed all the bottom
crops, Capt. Williamson states
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Five
rooms.
Wanted to Fent.
or six houses with 5x8
Wynne & Ellington.
In effect
My mother has suffered for many
long years with headache. Brady
crotine cured her. G. E. Carter,
Holly Springs, N. Y.
1-NG SOUTH.
L.V lialcigu
Gary ,
iierry Oaks
Mcacure...
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way and that he was forced to re-
are needed, the commissioners of
siorn lna rritirn. I hPir fipnn.rt.lirfi
r t V i i . the several counties will be duly m-
e tormed. .J. he reports of the whole
Mr. M. A. Parker has returned WM be collated and tabulated for
from a tour through the leading cot- the Governor and General Assem-
t . i . p . i ii .1 - i . . .
Tho chamber of commerce and ton marKets oi tne oia anu new Dly. Thus, the State will have
industry will have a special meet- world. Mr. Parker is justly es- what has never been obtainable be
in" at the mayor's office next Mon- teemed as one of our most success- fore; an accurate statement of the
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dav evenin". Iul :ina ieaamg uuyers oi me siapie, condition ot the impoverished and
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Prof. W. E. Weatherly well anQ 1113 Irena3 are pieasea 10 Know the criminal classes. Y. iN. Jones,
lennwn J.ere. is now nr nc na of luat ",a lill' V r-sq., oi me uoaru, nas prepared a
7 a j x5ui 1 i - .... r , I ,
the manual training school at Chat- lum P""w- special investigation ot tne numoer
tanoosa. lenn. Mr. W. J. Davis, of Warren and character ot juvenile offenders,
t:i Arm, ti iWn wn countv. was here vesterdav. He wim a view lo secure recommenua
I'XlllO XA. vl, iiuu Mu i I , - . .
i lxr flio Tiorrrrk "Vil- tells us that the heavv rains have uons lo me proper aumonty ior tne
r ' - 0 I - -. . . t .i I Pttnh hihmnnr nt cAmu tyi none rr t-
louhby, in the jail, August 9th, drowned some tobacco, made tie -
,rAcni..inv I rot rem shod ana that tne itoanoKe v, .
WU9 UUt hoiviuuii j . . . , .
' . .... ri 1 flTJ fit this Timo cqvopoI hnro rit
t At. iv: is up over the lowland corn, corne r .
v- "o"c ii.0 - a. ur.J thirteen and fourteen n Wake.
forowoll sPNTmn tn morrow it tlip iariuersf are curing luuuccu uuiuiu
farewell sermon to-morrow at the a Thi Uunty jail, who are pupils of some
eliurcn oi inc uooa onenueru anu -i . - -y j- -- i f mrtaf .i :a:..:a.,i
leave fr Wihon Tuesday. premature curing makes a very p
lt,lu 1 ' ,l'uu AUU ar . i r x l.-.xi. fiver lmnrisnnprl in that, mi nno
pretiy looacco out mere is nine - --r
especially, who laieiy commmeu a
murderous assault unon the iailer.
died some days ago at his home Kev. J. W. Wedons, of I rank- In the county organizations many
near Da'.las. He retired in usual linton, was in the city yesterday. iPn.iino- fditor 'nhviViri o-pntlp.
AT. .Ttat-ilrinia
i t-..-i 4 -r weight to it.
health at night and next morning He was returning from Elon Col-
was dead in bed; age 94 years.
Mr. W. G. Upchuch, who is a
successful farmer, used to plant GOO
acres of cotton. This year he has
100. ' lie turned his attention to
grasses and stock. This year he
mad 400 tons of hay which he sold
at from $15 to $18 per ton.
Auditor G. W. Sandealin has ac
cepted : joint .invitation from the j
"Uowan Veteran Regiment" and the j
fair association committee to de
liver an address at Salisbury on
Thursday of fair week, October 22d,
at the fair grounds.
Since the illness of Prof. Geo.
Markgraff Mr. Win. J. Peterson
has been promoted to the director
ship of the Salem orchestra, which
is busy practicing for the approach
ing inusic festival at the Southern
Exposition at Raleigh in October.
News received by signal officer
Von Hermann yesterday from the
signal station on the Roanoke river
at Weldon reported that that stream
attained its height night before last.
It reached 30 feet above low water
mark, or 3 feet above the danger
line, and is now falling.
The store of J. M. Monie, on
South Wilmington street, was enter
ed by a thief late night before last.
The police chased the thief, who
marked his track by the plunder he
dropped. A front window of Mr.
J. W. Lee's junk shop was smashed.
It is said a regular gang of sneak
thieves is at work.
lege and tells us that the college
opened with 80 students and the
outlook is good for 100 another
week. He is Chairman of the Ex
ecutive Board of Trustees and says
that the prospects are that the at
tendance this year will be quite
large. We are glad to ,,note that
Mr. Wellons' health is restored.
ICC FACTORY JILMNi;!).
rnn of the bar, ex-Congressmen,
leading farmers and -teacher and
business men are represented, and
North Carolina will take a step
forward. The board in session this
Aveek consisted of Dr. Charles
Duffy, Jr., of Newberne, President;
Lawrence J. Ilaughton, Esq., 'of
Pittsboro, and Wesley N. Jones, of
Kaleigh, with Capt. C. B. Denson
secretary.
derson county.
G, Sunday Calvary Ch.
Henderson county.
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Trinity chapel, isnevme.
11, Friday p. m. Ascen
sion church, Hickory.
13. Sunday Lenoir.
13, Sunday 4:30 p. m.
Yadkin Valley.
16, Wednesday p. m. -
Statesville.
27, Sunday "yinston.
29, Tuesday WalnutCove.
30, JFednesday German-
town. ,
October 1, Thursday Madison.
4, Sunday -Mt. Airy.
6, Tuesday inikesboro.
7, JFednesday Gwyn's
Chapel.
9, Friday Lincolton.
11, Sunday am. Shelby.
11, Sunday p.m. Ruther
fordton.
13-19, Asheville.
Wednesday - - Bowman's
Bluff.
22, Thursday Brevard,
Consecration.
25, Sunday Franklin,
Macon county.
27, Tuesday Culioushee,
Consecration.
Holy communion at morning ser
vices. Collections for Diocesan
missions.
Special Notices.
Dunlap Hats.
To-day, Saturday, August 29th,
we begin the sale of the new fall
styles for 1891, of the famous Dun
lap Hats.
We are sole agents in Raleigh for
these hats, and the styles shown by
us are identical to those sold
from Dunlap's oth Ave. store.
Our friends will do well to make
heir "selections early. v
W. II. & R. S. Tuckek & Co.
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Hamlet 7 7 ,
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Absolutely Pure,
A. cream of tarter ba:in2 Dowser.
Highest of all in leavening strength.
Latest. U. S. Government Food Report.
Well Worm a Trial.
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Lv Oilsci 3
unio 3 q
Ar Hamlet 3
Lv Hamlet s W
Aterdecn. ... a vj
Ctmcroa 923
Sunford u 52
sioiicart 10 16
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WTTSBORO liOAD.
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Lcate Pittsboro 3.10 a. n. T , ?
Arrive MoiA-ure y 53 a. ;a. HiV.
Leava .oLcv.re 10:25 a w.
v iii.. fcilJ :. :
A grocer eays if a lamp chimney is
washed in coal oil and never even
wiped with a damp cloth, it will be
practicallv indestructible, and will
smoke jet black before it will crack.
He has recommended this remedy to
customers for years, and never heard
01 its lauing.
Well Worth a Trial.
Our Helmet Brand Hams, 10c. lb.
Heart Trand Sugar Cured Hams.
12Kc. lb ""
North Carolina Shad Roe, Kits,
10 lbs. net. t2.
Fat Chicken Macberal, Kits, 10 lbs net.
50 Kit.
North Carolina Herrine Roe.
Few Fat Family Mackerel.
Jors iV Po'.vcll's Fstablislnnent
Hoe irp in Smoke.
At 2 o'clock this morning the
fire alam was sounded. The force
turned out and it was 'learned that
5aJeish Township's Agricultural
lU'turns.
From Mr. John Robinson, commis
sioner of agriculture, the following
figures are obtained relative to the
statistics of
agricultural
Raleigh
Jones & Powell s ice factory was on township. This report is for the
lire, ine nearest nyarant was at year ending June 1, 1891. This is
the corner of IFest and Hargett the first year these statistics have
streets. The boiler, engine and been taken under authority of law.
electric street railway dynamo in and they are published as thev were
ineuunuingweresavea. insurance sent in by the register of deeds of
and loss not known.
IU:V Y. YOSIIIOKA LECTURES
A. rXative Japanese to Occupy Eden
ton Street Church Pulpit Morning
and Evening Sunday.
This gentleman is expected to ar-
rive in tne city this arternoon.
While he has been in America only
a few months, he has fine command
of our language and is easily intel
ligible to all. He will occunv the
pulpit at Edenton Street both morn-
ing 'and evening Sunday. Tfhile
we can not state positively, it is
probable that Mr. Yoshioka will
speak on the mission work in Ja-
Snd Death ot Bright i itt'e Child.
Died, in Pittsboro, N. C,
August 2Cth, after a short but pain
ful illness, little Ld. F elder, only
child of Fid ward and-Carry llirie
Pou, aged fifteen months and
twenty-seven days. He was a bright
little boy and made friends with
all who knew him. His visit to his
father and mother was short, but it
was lull ot joy. He was laid to
rest in the old church-yard of the
Episcopal church in Pittsboro,under
the shade of i. beautiful evergreen.
The heartfelt sympathies of the
Chronicle go out to the tereayed
Wake county. Those for the entire
county will soon be published, giv
ing a number of the returns by town
ships. When the small area of Ral
eigh township is considered it will
be seen that the showing is not bad.
The township is four miles square.
lhe figures are:
Cotton, 1,015 acres, 1,777,200
lbs., value, $35,120; corn 398 acres,
6,991 bushels, value $5,156; wheat
40 acres, 135 bushels, $135; oats,!
247 acres, 3,5GL bushels, $1,88:
sweet potatoes, 40 acres, 5,0v;J
bushels, $l,952;field peas, 60 acres,
375 bushels, $275; peanuts, 6 acres,
320 bushels, $295; cultivated hay,
259 acres, 473 tons, $7,321; straws-
berries, 8 acres, 3,500 quarts, $300;
J. C. WINDER, Gen'lM-
CASTHAGE HAlLl-0 j "
Leave Carth?. p;e 8:(X) a. r.x. ,i -.W
Arrive Caiaeroi: 8:3,1 a. tu. ',V.,, r
Leava Cameron 9:35 a. n. we'dt
Arrive Carthage 10:10 a. u.andt5 "S"
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Richmond & Danville R
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Western North Carolina rivlsicn.
Condensed Schedule m Effect zz.-l
EASTUOUND. o. 10 Xo,.-
Ly.-Cinciunati, Q. f; C. v,
Louiiville, L. AN w,t
Knoxville, E.T.V.& G. 12 25 pa r
W. C. & A. B,
stronaon,
GROCERS,
I Bakers and Candy Manufacturers.
M rrietown,
PaiutUock, R.&D.
llot sprmga
Ar. Asheville,
Lv. Asheville,
ll nnd Knob,
Marlon,
Alorganion,
HicKory,
Newton,
Statesville,
r. Salisbury
Greeneboro,
Dau ville,
Richmond,
Lv. Greensboro,
Ar Durhm,
Rltigh,
Gold boro,
Moreheed A t N. 0.
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The LargpSl Ever been iu Ilaleigh.
You can now see on exhibition at
Swindell's mammoth and hand
somely fitted up emporium, No. 20 G
I ayetteville street, the largest and
best assortment of carnetinir ever
brought to this market. This line
embraces a large variety in velvets,
moquettes, brussels and ingrains,
all of which are beautiful patterns
of the very latest designs. From
the ,1st to the 10th of September we
will sell extra quality velvet and
moquette tapestry at $1 per yard.
These are all new and beautiful de
signs and would be cheap at $2 per
yard. We are now showing a large
and superb assortment of new dress
goods of the very latest and most
fashionable styles.
Yours truly,
D. T. Swindell.
Wanted.
A young man of steady habits de-
I sires employment. Has had exe-
i ll 1
rience in oooK-Keeping. irooa ret-
Tenees; Address.
" II,"
Box 326, Raleigh, N. C.
8-28-1 w-pd
j, a n .1 T 1 4ttcuuviin,i3 id uu est j'j j iiuarlB
c j -it. tt -L i $100; grapes, oo acres, ly,7(JU
ese Sunday nidit. He has his na- ,, QL ' , , '
tive costume and will aurin the lat-U kAa ' i ' a. V
o,ovv neaus, jouu; asparagus, 1
ter lecture assume it. He has al
ready been in the State some weeks
lecturing at various points, and our
exchanges speak highly of him and
his lectures. Rev. N. H. D. Wil
son knows Mr. Yoshioka well, havT
ing been for several months a stu
dent with him" at .Vanderbilt Uni
versity. He assures us that he is a
gentleman of culture and refine-
acre, 1,500 bushels, $125.
Thereare reported in the town
ship 588 owners of stock; 361 white,
221 colored. There are 60 blooded
and 619 common cattle, valued at
$11,375; 41 blooded and 448 com
mon horses, valued at $41,845;
mules, 149, valued at $10,370.
Wanted
YYEsTIiOUr.V
Lv. l e-'x Yoi k,
Fh.L'alel'. h
1 Vim
Guaranteed to keen pickles. Our four-
year-old pure apple cider vinegar.
London Whole Mixed Spices,
4Cc lb.
Wail Worth a Trial.
Our French Breakfast Mocha and Java
Coir ee, 25c. lb.
HE-NO TEA.
Makes the finest iced tea.. No Prizes.
Sold on its merits alone.
H, V and 1 lb. packages.
Trade Supplied at
Prices.
Importers
Save time, trouble, temper and Stove-
wood by buying bread at
STRONAGH'S BAKERY
CAKES
Fresh baked every day.
By a lady of experience, a situa
tion as house-keeper in hotel or
family. Address
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Mount Vernon Springs, N. C.
Granville county will be renre-
ment, well educated, has excellent sented by a creditable exhibit of its
command ot Anglian, and is withal products and resources at the South
of marked piety and consecration. ern'Exposition at Raleigh. Capt.
GtocerF Clerk Wanted.
Wanted a thoroughly competent
man (none others need apply) to
take charge of our retail grocery
department. State in application
sal&ry expected.
W.,C. & A. B. Stroxach,
8-26tf Raleigh, N. C.
King's Royal Germeteur will
cure all bowel troubles. Try it.
A. E. Jordan, Agt,
School Opening.
Mrs. Justice's School will hpfrin
3 - . . C5
jxiunaay. &eDL. r. iayi. at ner rpsidpnrp
v& i . Mciiowell st. (aus2'J-lw
O ALE Of LAND IX OBERLIN.
On Mondav. Ausust 31st. nt. 12 m
under a judgment of Wake Super! c
Court, in a special proceeding entitled
Norfleet L. Jeffries, administrator of
AlleusTerreil, deceased, against Davici
Peed and Xancv Peed, his wife, and
others, I will sell at public auction, at
the Court House Door in Raleierh. a lot
of about 14 acres of lnd belonging to
Mie. eiate oi saici Allen Terrell, and
pining lots of ttorHeet Jeffries, Wm
Armisteid and otht rs.
lerms-One-third cash, residue with
interest at B per cent, in four months
bond and security required.
NORFLEET L. JE SERIES.
, Administrator, etc.
Raleigh, N. C, July 28, 1891.
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Lv. Richmond, '
51or h-Ll, A. .V S. :
G.'ldthoro, 11 A D.
Durbaui,
Ar. Gretnsb-rr,
Lv. GretusV-ro,
Ar. JSahsDUM,
Matesville '
Newtu,
Hickory,
Morgauton,
Mariou,
Houcd Knob
Ashevi'ie,
Lv. Aisheville,
Ar. Hot vpriups,
Fsmt Kock,
Mcrnsl'n, L.T.X k G. W "
Knoxvi ie, " 11
Louisville, L. i; N.
Cincinaati, Q.ff C
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Lv. she vilie, R.t D. 1120 stto i .-
Ar. Henders mviile, ' i
tpartAnburg, " 30j
Columbia, 44
Charlo-ton, A. C. L 1-rJ
NORTHBOUND.
Lv. Atlanta, K. A D.
Atlanta (veetibulea),
ATij?uta, C. K. II.
Charleston, A. O. L.
Columbia, li. & D.
Spartanburg, "
Ar. Hendereonv'le "
A? heville, "
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MURPHY BRANCH.
Lv Asheville,
Ar. Wayi-et ville,
Brjson Citv,
M urphy,
Lv Murpiij,
Ar.'trysontitv,
Wayneiivide,
As-heville,
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SLEEPG CAil Ei;Vl'i-
No. 9 and 10, Pol nian Siett f- -!
Gol ieboro and Morri-ovn
K08.I1 and 12ralli::au.s.: :!
NVw York and Knoxvill", t- ! -Richmond,
and Gree' -sbor. ' 1
SJepi-g "'ar It tt-ea j- '
vac n ah en 15 aua 16 vii "rI-a:
Aueurta ( .
Puilm-n :-ieepers 1
and Cincinnati, on tr.-i ' ' -. -to
Aehev:l!t, and No- H r
thereof.) H. R. RIDGLR-'-i .
W. H. GI1ZE ': G ;
W. A. WIIvBURIs Lr..j
JAB. L. TAYLO R noiJ :-; ;
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parents.
.Liet an oi our people hear him.
J. B. Hunter will have charge of it.
gOL. HAAS, Traf

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