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DAILY STATE GHI OKICLE, OCT. '7, 1891.
8 THE NEWS IN OUR CAPITAL CITY. WEDNESDAY, - Oct. 7, 1891. ''Jim the Westerner" was pre sented here airain last night. As we have said before, this is the befit play by the best company here this season. The Seaboard Air-Line's new telegraph line from Raleigh to Char lotte has been finished, and foreman Robert Allison will at once begin The Chronicle's Weather Keport. Washington, October 6. For North Carolina: Rain, west; show ers, east; slightly warmer, west; sta tionary temperature, center; slightly the constructi0n of the line from cooler on coast; northeasterly winds. RaXeio-h to Portsmouth. T?nr Jn1pinhn.nd.vir.initii: Wedties- An,,. nttmoJ tLrontPwnn mrathpr Yesterday at the central depot a xcith rain; continued cold with north- shifting engine frightened a pair ot r.nhr,u norses attacnea to one or ivir. ron- Index to New Advertisements. I. W. Patton Norfolk Business College. Dieterich Oil Co Wanted. Local Happenings. ner Southerland's carriages. They, ran away, overturning the vehicle and damaged the front part of it. The driver, Tom Young, colored, was badly bruised- The Superior Court practically ended its session yesterday, which showed quick work, lhere were eighteen persons in jail at the be- of ginning of the verm. Two were acquitted, one goes to the work- Representative W. W. Long, Warren, is here. Dr. W: H. W hitehead. of Battle- house and filteen to work on the boro, is in the city. public roads for terms from three Mr. James McDonald, superin- months t0 ten rears' tendent of the Tfilson Cotton Mills, Our proof-reader has permitted is here. us to make several bad blunders in Despite the unfavorable weatehr the Pajl &w days The worst was . . , vpfitprnnv. In rftfmnr to thft loea- thp. onttnn rpfpints vpstprriav wptp I J J -" v.-t J J A Prominent Visitor. Mr. Stephen G. Worth, Superin tendent of the Central st ation of the United States Fish Commission, is in the city attending the Exposition. Mr. Worth was for a number of years State Fish Commission er,and his intelligent labors resulted in largely increasing the fish particu larly shad, in our waters. Our fish ermen feel the need of a State de partment now such as we had under Mr. Worth's administration. He and his wife are at Mrs. W. H. Bagley's. quite liberal. tion of R. O. Burton, Jr., Esq., in Raleigh we wrote 4 'an addition to The decorations of cheap mate- the Raleigh bar," and it appeared "the Raleigh bovs !" This was an inexcusable blunder on"the Chron- Curbing for use in the street pav- ICLE s Part' rial were sadly damaged by yester day's early rain. ing near the new passenger station is being delivered. Mr. TFm. S. Barnes has rented Mr. Stronach's house on Polk street and will move into it. The cotton seed oil mills have be gun work for the season. A good supply of seed has been received. The Keysville train now awaits the arrival of the "Shoo-fly" from Weldon. It is very convenient for passengers. Prof. Massey showed us yester day some handsome English walnuts raised by Mr. R. B. Caldwell, of Mecklenburg county. A man at the depot remarked yesterday, in looking at the long array of vehicles, that there were more hacks than passengers. Miss Etta Ramsey has been ap pointed a clerk in the Western Union Telegraph oilice vice Miss Banks who resigned October 1st. Rev. Neil Rowland is conduct ing a protracted meeting at Holly Springs. He closed his meeting last week and there were twenty converts. There are now four building and loan associations here. The local one, which certainly deserves the heartiest encouragement, is now ready to loan money. Yesterday Quartermaster Gener al Eugene G. Harrell made re quisition for a gatling gun, ten barrel, with equipments, for the Charlotte naval reserve battation. Yesterday an official of the Sea board Air-Line received an inquiry from President W. F. Kornegay, of the N. C. railroad, as to whether that had at any time failed to pay its part of the expenses of the con struction of the new union passen rer station. The official addressed stated that payments had always been prompt and full. Anions yesterday s arrivals at Yarboro were: W. S. Hancock Greensboro; Frank W. Barnes, Friday is the Date for the Big Alliance . Bally in Ealeigh. The big mass meeting of the State Alliance will be held in Raleigh on Friday, October 9th, at Brookside Park. The speaking will begin at half past ten o'clock. Senator Peffek, of Kansas, State Senator Butler, Presi dent of the N. C. State Alliance, State Lecturer Bell, State Lecturer of the Alliance, and probably other speakers will make addresses. MAESHALS FOR THE FAIR. Rev. Mr. Benedict, of Cincin nati, who was called by the vestry to the rectorship of St. Phillip's church at Durham, cannot accept, as he will give up his work entirely and spend several months in Eu rope. Yesterday three warrants for col ored normal schools were sent out by the State Auditor ; one each to Plymouth, Warrenton and Golds- boro. A warrant for $250 was s?nt to the colored orphan asylum at Oxford. Deputy Sheriff , W. W. King, of New Hanover, brought four con victs to the penitentiary yesterday, while Deputy Sheriff B. A. Horn brought four from Union, and Slier iff Smith, of Richmond, brought three. As the cotton people say, the receipts were quite liberal. The Concord Standard doubts the accuracy of the Chronicle's report ot Col. Polk s Catawba speech. It was taken aown for us by Mr. For ney chief clerk in Maj. Finger's office, and is exactly in Col. Polk's words. Mr. Forney is an accurate and competent stenographer, and does not make mistakes. Wilson; II. R. Smith, Wilmington; R. E. Young, Henderson; B F. Long, Statesville; W. C. Douglas, Carthage; B. A. Horn, O. P. Wiml berW, Monroe; J. G. Mitchell, N. C, ll R. Brides, Asheville; J. C. YYomack, Reidsville; O- C. Wy song, Greensboro; John C. George, Baltimore; Thomas Whitehead, Hichmond; W. T. Sutherlin, Dan ville; W. H. Burr, Concord; James M. Ebert, Winston; J. D. Bacon, Concord; Mrs. M. L. Wood, Tar b no; Mi?. Adams, Washington; .James McDonald, Vrilson; George N. Ives, Newborn; W. T. Faircloth, Goldsboro. The Winston Sentinel says of the Exposition musical festival at Raleigh, in which the Salem orches tra and choral class figured so prom inently, thai it was altogether a great success. "As the guests of the city, Raleigh did her part ad mirably in entertaining the musi cians, while the citizens and other visitors-who attended were charm ingly entertained the two evenings of the festival. The Salem orches- ra reflected great credit upon the dace from which it hailed and the singers, especially the soloists, were vocalists of merit, and in this fea ture, too, Salem scored well. The Salem contingent, indeed, presented the best balanced chorus in attends Chief Cunningham Appoints His Staff of Assistants. Col. John W. Cunningham, chief marshal of the State Fair Octo ber 13th-16th inclusive has ap pointed the following assistants: W. W. Kitchen, John S. Robert son, Thomas Badger, F. M. Parker, Jr., Fletcher Harrison, NedDrom goole, W. M. Cunningham, Will. H. Bain, James G. Farriss, A. P. Massey, T. A. Cheek, Frank Lan dis, Walter Clement, E. O. Brans ford, C. J. Gregoiy, Walter Holt, T.J.King, Col. If. H. Williams, L. Jones, F. P. Haywood, Jr., J. F. Brown, J. W. Marshall, Dr. G. A. Renn, George W. Hamlett, J. Mott Morehead, S. S. Batchelor, A If. Williams, F. II. Cameron, H. C. Thomas, J. H. Holt, Jr., J. Harper Irwin, Jas. A. Graham, Jr., Capt. Sam Webb, A. II. Galloway, J. G. Brodnax, F. L. Dortch, J. P. Gardner, C. W. Grainger, II. W. Jackson, Lewis Walker, E. W. Faucett, David L. Frayham. A "WORD TO MARSHALS. Col. Cunningham writes : Mar- shals will please meet me at the Yarboro House, Raleigh, N. C, at 9 a. m. Tuesday, October 13th. Regalias will be furnished at 211 Fayetteville street. There are some who have not been heard from whose names will appear later. An Endless Chain. You can now find at our lare emporium an endless chain of bar gains in all classes of dry goods. We have all the new and leading shades of dress goods with a superb line of trimmings to match. We are now showing the largest stock of men's, women's and children's shoes that it has ever been our pleas ure to produce, and we guarantee the price to be at least 25 pet cent, cheaper than you can buy the same goods for elsewhere. In men's, youths' and boys' clothing we have a large and nobby assortment; also an elegant line of overcoats and la dies' wraps in all the new and late styles. If you want anything in blankets or comforts, see our stock before making your selection. Yours truly, D. T. Swindell. Raleigh has one . of the largest and best equipped merchant tailors in the South. Mr. Walters imports his own goods direct and has one of the large&t stocks of fine cloths and cassimere we have ever seen in Ral eigh and with what we know of his skill as a cutter and the high prices he pays his skilled workmen, we be speak for him alarge trade from those who desire fine goods. He has or ders from all . parts of the State which he gives his personal atten, tion. i Special Notices. Clothing hafs, dress shirts, and ! everything kept in a first class gents j furnishing store can be purchased i below cost at H. Y. Waitt's, oppo site Post Office. Don't forget that you can get bar gains at H. V. Waitt's, opposite Post Office. D. S. Waitt's entire stock of mer chandise will be sold without re serve. Opposite Post Office. "Florida & Pescud's. oranges at Eberhardt o t. "Fine Preserves." We have just received a large in voice of Gordon & Dilworth's famous preserved cherries, pears, quinces, peaches and strawberries. Eberhardt & Pescud. sep 26-tf. Fresh Chesnuts. A. Dugiii. Norfolk Business College -AND- ml wants a; ; ". ! 'Hii is ;i V.L:v, ' - : nitiiiii, i, ,i v-... the l:lr,,;. ' : . XtUr' ... , lM for sen.,,; u(V;:i-.v would he vtrvLf-: 9"2tf cooking SJtoiJ balance at xtV ' New York. Ue The pioneer show, advancing with its country, whose history it is identified with. A visit to Robinson's fairy-land of fun and wonder will prove the happiest event in tne life of every child. Shorthand Institute. Three courses of Study! Buisness. Shorthand. Telegraphic. Students admitted at anytime. Two expert penmen. Fine catalogue and specimen of penmanship Frte. 250 students last yem. Terms moderate. Good hoard from $3 to $6 per week. A ddress, I. W. PATT-jN, oct7-lw. Norfolk, Va. BIBLE RPin?n Th Ilible Ueader r. OCt-3-'Jt 74'4 Holiday cowls money paid lother-.; -TEUI)(;uKATIu"?rr 'Mis. Apply for v-.-' ichs Oil (o., Clevt : oct8-2t. 1 ONLY BIG SHOW TO FETE DAY FC A $200,000 BE IN EALEIGH THIS THE MULTITTH ONSCLIDATION. Raleigh, Tuesday THE OLDEST, THE li VII G-EST, 9 T M ft r v. W &i m m fA fi2 H JOHN EOBINSON'S HOLIDAY. ance and congratulations were deservedly paid. The orchestra and class returned on a special car Saturday night, and the trip home was a merry one indeed. The la dies and gentleman all entertain the most pleasant memories of the trip and if the occasion is dupli cated later, no city will be more willing to aid than Salem. A Pairy-land Carnival for his Littie Priends. Without doubt John Robinson's trancendently grand and magnifi cent show is the children's paradise, whether they be the heirs to fortune or to years of grinding labor. The very air seems laden with soothing perfumes, the music hath the charms of sweet strains in fairy-land, and the place itself is enchanted. If to those children who have had much it is all this, how much more it is to those who have nothing ! Ima mation colors all with the joyous coloring that vanishes with child hood. To the little miss in neat dress and dainty hat,and to the little lad with patch on pants and well worn cap, it is equal to a magic realm of Arabian Nights wonders, pleasures and surprises. Raleigh, October 13th. Fifty cents buys a bottle of Brady crotine, a bottle of Bradycrotine will cure four headaches. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. SHOWS llilJ Greatly augmented by the New Biblical, Historical, Triumphal and Colo-al S Dramatic and Musical Spectacle of Solomon, His Temple and the Onecn of Sh. I. A r: : . i ; a.1 i .... ' 1 v inspirational creation irom the fertile and gifted brain of Mr. John Rettiir, the- !;: painier, aesigner ana constructor of world-famed sensational spectacles. On- h,',':" ballet. Fifteen hundred people, representing characters of the Wise Ki:i-r' ' '-1 bobiumes similar to those worn in that age of opulence and grandeur, maiiufsn-tuivi : thousand dollars. Four circus rings in simultaneous operation. Immen.-e Ili-J-'Ir ritty-cage menagerie. Museum of livinsr wonders and a vn?t onll curiosities. Realistic revival of the sports, pastimes and contests of the aneit U - h . thoroughbred horses. Sixty miniature ponies. Sixty male and female jock.-v,. Ihe world-popular and ever-welcome mirth-provoking pantomime of HUHPTy-Cj'" fortune and mishaps. Absolutely without any additional cost. Anotlav ot tli.- : dented attractionMhat have been added this season. Don't fail to be in time t - ssoo.ooo Free street paoeam with its myriad dens of peiforming wild beasts, tigers, lions, hvenas, eoiM;u- boa-constnetors, etc., w.th their keepers, all thrown open, with sides down, ir. ik-' open at l and 7 p. m. Performances onp hour later. Excursions on all luw? : ' . ' and descriptive bills for details of this, the greatest of all the reat shows. Do r - :: 10-2-6-7-8-9-10 c