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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE OCT. 31, 1891.
IIOTES OF THE E XPOSITIOH The Exhibits Being Con stantly Added To. jiT- THE GROUNDS There Was a Fair Crowd, but No Unusual Occurrence Additions. "It is a good show." That is what all the papers say about the Exposition, and that is what the people all over the State who have been here are saying. And crowds of them have been here. This has been a splendid week and large numbers of people in and out of the State have taken in the Ex position. Great crowds are expect ed, and when the crack fifth regi ment from Marvland comes on the 1 1 th of November, there will not be less than 15,000 people in Raleigh. Yesterday was a beautiful day and the atmosphere was pleasant. There was a very good crowd at the grounds, who inspected the ex hibits and were much pleased. The side shows had a fair patronage du ring the day, and the switch-back flourished as usual. A good part of the crowd were visitors from a distance. Nothing very unusual occurrod during the progress of the day. No balloon ascensions were made. Many additions have been made to the various exhibits. The Wayne county exhibit has been improved by the addition of various excellent samples of bright and mahogany to bacco in nice cases, well displayed; another fine cabinet of native, woods; and a curiosity in the shape of a plank in which is imbedded a bullet. The tree was cut on the battlefield near Goldsboro. The Warren county exhibit has had additions in the shape of fine tobacco samples, egg plants, salsify and other vegetables. In this ex hibit there is shown a silver dollar which has a curious history. WThen - President Davis was going Soi from Richmond, he passed through Greensboro and left most of the silver belonging to the Confederates there. Johnston's army surrendered at New Garden, near Greensboro, and the troops were paid from this silver pro rata; privates received 50 cents, second lieutenants 75 cents, first lieuten ants $1 and captains $1.50. Capt. N. L. Shaw, manager of the War ren county exhibit was paid $1.50 as his bhare. After he reached home he spent the 50 cents and has kept the dollar until now. It is a Spanish coin. -Among the notable things to be seen in or near the North Carolina " exhibit are; the press on which the Mecklenburg declara tion of independence was printed, copper concentrates of every grade from the Blue Wing copper mines in Granville county, palmetto trees from lower Eastern North Caro lina, coal from the Egypt coal mines, silk and cotton hosiery from the Scotland Neck mills, chewing gum from the Winston factory and many other curious and instructive articles. There have been several notable additions to the machinery in ma chinery hall. A splendid exact model of a log tobacco barn has been placed in the Granville county exnioit, an organ has been put in the armors' Alliance exhibit. lrguiui s exuioii win oe very complete, it said, after the fair now in progress at Richmond. Many ot the exhibits there will be brought . here and placed in the State exhibit. Creighton, Young & Diggs, a large wholesale shoe house of Balti more, have excellent crayon por traits of the members of the firm and of its North Carolina salesmen, of whom there are four: J. R. Barkley, Raleigh; 3. . C. Pearce, Ureenville;' Jr. H. Wetmore, Wood leaf; Gideon C. Lamb, Henderson. The fair of the colored people ( will be opened Nov. 1st. with ad dresses by various prominent negroes, among them ex-Senator Pinchbeck, of Louisiana. The ex hibit will be very creditable. Circulars advertising the visit of the 5th. Maryland regiment and other things to come in the near future, are being sent out by the thousands. Ah immense crowd is expected next week, attracted by the various notable things on the programme. " GOV. FLEMING IS COMING. Mr. Patrick has received the fol lowing letter which the' Chronicle is glad to print. State of West Virginia. Executive Department ? Charleston, Oct. 24th, 1891. Hon. John T. Patrick, Raleigh, North Carolina. Dear Sir : Referring to your kind invitation of August 12th,. to attend your Inter-State Exposition, and make an address, at least a few remarks, on one of the West Vir ginia days, which you say are the 5th, 6th and 7th of November, please let me inquire whether it is expected of me to be present and whether I shall deliver an address and on what day ? I have been ex pecting to attend and make a very short address, if that is expected of me. Very truly, (Signed) A. B. Fleming. ODD FELLOWS' DAY. KENTUCKY DAYS. Next Monday, Tuesday and Wed nesday, November 9th, 10th and 11th, are the special days for Ken tucky at the Exposition. MARYLAND DAYS. Thursday Friday and Saturday, the 12th, 13th and 14th are the spe cial days for the State of Maryland. On these days prominent State officials and others from these two States will be present and will ad dress the people at the Exposition. The Eleventh of JJoyember is the Time . . : Fixed. ' By an arrangement with the man agement of the Southern Inter-State Kxposition, now in progress" at Ral eigh and a joint committee repre senting Manteo and .Seat on Gales Lodges of Odd Fellows of this city, Wednesday, November 11th, has been set apart as Odd Fellows1 Day, for the benefit of the Orphanage being established at Goldsboro. A committee has been appointed to extend to the lodges of the State a cordial invitation to co-operate, tobe present on said occasion, take part in the exercises, and thus make this the grandest day of the Expo sition lt.x-ljrovernor 1 nomas J. j Jarvis, of Covenant Lodge No. 17, Greenville, has consented to deliver an address, and short ad dresses may also be expected from other distinguished speakers. The sale of all tickets for that day is in the hands of the order, and by the agreement entered into a great op portunity is afforded to materially aid the Orphanage, and therefore an appeal is made to every brother in the State to come to the Exposi tion on that day, if possible, and to get as many of his neighbors and friends to do likewise as he can. It is suggestudXthat each lodge ap- point a committee to am in secur ing as large an attendance as possi ble for that occasion, and that said committee inform Messrs. J. C. El lington, or G. L. Tonnoffski, special committee, of this city, how many may be expected from each lodge or community. Board andlodging can be secured here for from $1.00 to $1.50 per day,andif the special committee is informed of the number expect ed, it will try to secure accommoda tions for each lodge in advance, so that its members may be together as far as possible. Aside from the fact that the Exposition itself is well worth a trip to Raleigh, there will At the Theatre. . . . V ' The Clarke-Ford company last evening appeared in the comedietta "Which?', before another fashion able audience, and Mr. IFiltred Clarke sustained his reputation as a maker. "Paul Pry," in, which Mr. Clarke is very clever, followed. J Mr. High was an excellent "U1. Hardy,". Mr. J. S. Calvert a bright "Harry Stanly." Mss Sawyer filled in a very pleasing way the character, of "Phoebe," while JlisT E. Lackey was an artless and en gaging "Eliza." Mr. W. C. JarshalFs zylophone solos have been very agreeable be tween the act features each evening, and he is always heartily applauded. This evening at the matinee at 2 o'clock "She Stoops to Conquer" is the play. " This evening at 8:30 "A Happy Pair" and "A Runaway 3atch" will by special request be presented. This is a very attractive bill and is su'-e to fill the house. Catarrh Is a constitutional " and not a local Hiseasvand therefore It cannot be cured by local appl ications. It requires a constitutional remedy like Hood's Saraaparilla, which, working through the blood, eradicates the impurity which causes and promotes the disease, and - Catarrh -VI 1 I I 1 . Ar Wvuie i Special Thursday Trains for Southern Exposition, Ealeigh, N. 0. The Richmond & Danville rail road will run a special Thursday train from Goldsboro to Raleigh and return on Thursday October 29th, Thursday November 5th and Thursday November 12th, in con nection with special trains on the Atlantic & North Carolina railroad, and regular trains on Atlantic Coast ' Line, between Weldon and Goldsboro, for the accommodation of persons attending the Southern Exposition at Raleigh. Reduced rate tickets for the round trip at one cent per mile travelled, good re turning on special and regular trains 7 days from date of sale, will be on sale at all stations between Goldsboro and Raleigh. T Greenly W effects a permanent cure, inousards i aie of people testify to the success of Hood's! ,v- K&leigiT" finrsfl naTilla as a remedv for catarrh i ' Dnrhu" when other preparations had failed.! ?r-Grtenshcrn Hood's Sarsaparilla also builds up the j v. aston-cy: is I Salisbnrr SthtesYifi; whole system, and makes you feel re newed in health ana sxrengxn. Catarrh "I used Hood's Sarsaparilla for ca tarrh, and received great relief and benefit from it. The catarrh was very disagreeable, especially in the winter, causing constant discharge from my nose, ring nc noises in my ears, and pains in rhe back of my head. The ' effect to clear 1 k '.I Lv. sVi?-f Ar.rhar!... Lv. Charlotte Ar. ColumMa.'" 5: 1- a : Catarrh head in the morning by hawkiDg ijV ,, . , spitting was painful. Hood's far- ,a lrhlacave ire relief immediatelv. A.,Tira my and ssnarula cave while in time 1 was entirely cured. 1 am never witVout Hood's Sarsaparilla in mv house as I think it is wc rth its weight in gold." Mrs G H. Gibb,1CJ9 Eighth Street,N.W., Wahington, D.O. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA Sold b7all druggists- $1; six for 15. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD & CO.. Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar. At. Charlmto Lv. Atlanta... Ar. Charlotte " Stateville:".":" & Ar.Saiiil.nrr- JS - - V.-. 1 ' 1 I The Fifth Maryland regiment, 600 be here on the 11th the celebrated strong, and several North Carolina Fifth Maryland regiment, of Balti companies will also be present on more, which will parade oa the these days. The regiment has a grounds. The Exposition manage band of forty pieces and a drum ment will furnish special features corps of twenty, which they will of attraction for the day, including bring with them. Visitors at the balloon ascensions and parachute Exposition on these uates will have leaps, so interesting to the thou an opportunity of witnessing some sands who have already witnessed fine drilling. them. Grand Representative W. county days next week. A. Bobbitt, of Oxford, N. C, has The progress of the special coun- Deen selected as Chief Marshal, and ty days for the seventh week is as eacn lodge is requested to appoint follows: one ot its members to act as an as jilonday, JNovenrber inn, Jones sistani marsnai. xne proces&ion and Rockinjrham. will assemble at the Centennial Tuesday, the 10th, Lincoln. graded school, foot of Fayetteville Wednesday, the 11th, Madison street, at 10:30 o'clock. Railroad and Washington. rates tor this day are one cent, per Thursday, the 12th, Davie and mile. Responses from the lodges Beaufort. are cominsr in rapidly. The Fav- etteville lodge will come in a spe- Richmond. cial car, accompanied by manv baturday, the 14th, Alleghany persons trom that place. and Columbas. If you feel all broke up and out of sorts agitate your liver with Sim mon's Liver Regulator. Dyspepsia and Indigestion. In their worst forms are cured by the use of P. P. P. If you are debilitated and run down, or if you need "a tonic to regain flesh and lost appetite, strength and vigor, take P. P. P., and you will be strong and healthy. For shattered con stitution and lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Po tassium) is the king of all medicine. P. P. P. is the greatest blood puri fier in the world. For sale by all druggists. ... 'A . L.V. Salisbury. " Ar. Greensboro TAraSV PILLS Dr. Caton's Reliable Remedy. Fafe, prompt and effectual. The only guar anteed woman's salvation. Price $1, sent direct, sealed; advice free. DR. R. F. CATON, Boston, Mass. oct20-d&wly TYSON & JONES BUGGY CO, 1 v r Wholesale Manufacturers of BUGGIES, PHAETONS, BRETTS, LANDAUS. CARTHAGE, N. C. The great vegetable substitute for pills is Simmons Liver Regulator. Cures sick headache. sam. jones an attraction. A Noted Bank Case Gomes up Again. HiVangeiist bam Jones will deliver two lectures nere on iNovember 12th TTnitPrl Stnt TWtv ATooi and 13th, respectively. They will E. P. Powers has been at Fayette be two of his finest, pflforfs. nnrl ho :n.. xi . m - ---- v nuc Dummumijg umer witnesses in win cenaimy oe nere. un tne nrst the case of E. F. Moore and the d, nijrht his sumect will be "Get fn . 7 CAPE FEAR & YADKIN YAt LEY RAILWAY COMPANY. 0O2TDENSFJ) SCHEDULE. In effect September 27th, 1891. NORTH BOUND. Daily ex Daily ex D&ilv m BSee our exhibit at Exposition Grounds. cctll-tf The Sun Has Secured as Contributors Mw 1391 W. D. Howells. Georse Meredith. An drew Lansc, St. George Mivart, Kurt yard Kipling, R. Louis Sjtevenson, Wil liam 5iacK, w. uiar Kussell. H. Kider Haggard, Korman Lockyer, Conan Doye. and many other Distin- Sunday. No. 2. Sunday. No. 4. Bun day No. 16. Lv Wilmington. 10 45 am Ar Faye'eville.. 2 42 pm Lv Faye'eville.. 3 10 pm Lv Sanford. . . .. 4 38 pm Ax Greensboro. 7 10 pm Lv Greensboro. 7 3? pm Lv Walnut Cove 9 05 pm ArMt. Airy.... 11 00 pm Lv Bennettsville 12 05 pm T- mr a. r mere, ana on tne second night comes off in the Federal court, nt I Lv S axt lc5pm hissubect w 11 be "Stav Thpr V w:i: a , "Z??!16 a4uPm " j - tt iiimiigiun ncAL w eeK. vuuuionai days for the farmers. counsel have been employed, and Oh the 9th, 10th, 11th ard 12th new developments in this matter ot JNOvember are also special days may be looked for in the near fu at the Exposition for those directly ture. Fasten on the guilty man or interested m farming. On these men the canse of the failure of the days questions of much importance People's bank, and make him or to the farmer will be discussed. A them pay the full penalty ofthelaw, large number of prominent farmers is declared bv the Favpttpvill nh jl " I j J a. aw y iy win be present and will address the server to be its motto. assemblage. Some of the speakers who have already consented to be Bates N.0. Steel & Iron Go's. Land present are Wharton J: Green, "one Qi of the leading farmers in North Car- - olina; Hon. John Temple Graves, of For above occasion the Richmond Home, .tra.; Hon. Chas. Gibson, & Danville railroad will sell round Eastor, Ind.; Hon. H. M. Flourney, trip tickets to Greensboro, N. C oecretary commonwealth ot Vir- ana return, at tollowing rates ginia and others. Col. A. Q. Hoi- named below: liday, President of the North Caro- Uharlotte,$4 80;Gold3boro,$6 10; lina Agricultural and Mechanical Lincolnton, $5 60;"Raltigh, $4 30- conege win nave cnarge of the ex- Kurai Jiail, 4D; Durham, $2 95; ercises on these days. These will Henderson, $5 00; Marion, $7 75 be interesting days and all those in- Selma, $5 40; winston-Salem,$l 65 terested in farming should attend. Rates from intermediate points in same proportion. vi t .auQoui. y 20 am Ar Greensboro 10 C5 am Lv Greensboro 10 0 am Ar Madison 1 05 pjr SOUTH BOUND. Daily ex Daily ex Daily ei Sunday. Sunday. Sunday o. 1. No. 3. No. 15. Lv Mt. Airy. ... 7 00 am Lv Walnut Cove 8 51 am Ar Greensboro . 10 15 am Lv Greensboro 10 45 am , Lv Sanford 1 18 pm Ar i'ayetteviiie 2 45 pm 312 pm.. Lv Fayetteville 3 10 pm Ar Wilmington (5 35 pm Lv Fayetteville Lv Maxton 4 48 pm Ar JSen'ttsvule ........ 5 40 pm .... 14 iHJ pm Lv Greensboro. 1 1 1 . 5 25 pm Ar Ramseur . 8 25 pm W. E. KYLE, Gen'l Passenger Accent .'--J- - W.-FBY. Gen'l ManagerT Why will you suffer from indi- Tickets on sale within 100 miles geshon and dyspepsia? Simmons of Greensboro, November 4th and .iver xieguiaioris pleasant and 5th; all other points 3d and 4th cures. All fiVtofo xr ? AJJMlNlbTKATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as administrator of James Taylor, deceased, this is to five notice to all persons indebted to im to make immediate payment to me, and all persons having claims against the estate will file the evidences of the same with me on or before the 23d dayof October, 1892, otherwise this notice will be plead In bar of their r- cuvery. jrniiif TAYIjOR. , . 1 a j . . . . amimsirator. - Oct. 23, 1891. oct23-law-6w. tub Sunday Sun for 1891, will Sprint more news and mere pure literature of the highest class and by the most distin guish 1 or contemporary writers, than any periodical in the United States. Price 5c. a copy. By mail $ 2 a year. Address THE SUN, New York. G-28 tf. Ly. Greensboro. . 4? i r 1 itiu Aiuijaiu " Ra'eigh....;. Lv. Raleigh ' Ar. GoldUboro... Lv. Gren?boro .'. Ar. Danville ...i" " Keysvilie " Burkevhie. I T?1 . " H n I Daily. BETWEES West Point and Kkh, Leave West Poir.t ? I 8.50 a m daily except 8nni J roint o.C0asfi Between Richmond and J via. Kevsville. Leave Richmond ?..00pt; m: nennersou y.idDin: Ir- m; Raleiuh 10.40 p in naieign y m a m !aiiv.ih- m; llefderscn 10 4 h ia;r m; arrive Keysvilie 2 i j pa tj.17 p m. lhroui'h co-d iticniroiKl and Iiait'h Mixed traiu leaves K&K except Sunday !. a liam .o0 p m Leaves Ih k m dailp except sundv: aT. 9 10 a m. Leases Durtai!;' daily except Sundav: bTr.xh 2.10 a m. Itavt s ( xford 3 Xi except Sunday; arrives lit m. Additional trains leiveOfii except Sunday 12 35 p derson 1 .T p m Keturniultf derson 6.40 and It. 40 p ncr Sunday, airue Oxtord7.Cc1 P. in. "Wash In 2 on and Soctlisc ii otuo limited oneraiw y Washington and Atlanta d Washing on 10.r0 p. m.Dfco m. Greensboro 7.00 a. sl, m 8.18 a. m. Charlotte 1U5 a. s. Atlanta 5.00 d. m. Retr.n; Atlanta 1.25 p m.. Ctarl-a m.. Salisbury 10.2 p. in. 13.03 a. m : Jirrives iJaiirJ TiVnr.hbnrrr 3 lift a. in.. V&H 8.38 a.m. No. 9, leaving Goldsboro nnrt llalpirrh f. (A) n. m. dailTStf nection at Durham ".vita if ingat7 30 p. m. daily excepts: Oxford and Kevaville. Nos. U r.rt "u connect at r. from and to Wo-t IV.ctaiii daily except Sunday. Warren County Lands For Sale. We offer for sale 000 acrea of land in varren. county, about 6 miles from Macon and 4 miles from Vangban: good dwelling and outhouses; large pa-t in cultivation; balance well tim bered. Grasses, grain, cotton, tobacco and fruit grown. -Will se!l low for cfh or part cash and balance in in stalments, as preferred. Intending pur chasers will be shown over the premises free of charge. EDGERTON BrtOS., oct J5-2aw 4w. Macon, N. -C. -FOR SALE AT. AUCTION, n3S?JeTnlber lltn- Fale t commence at 12:30 exactly. I will sell 20 or more vTA , a-7 m ana b I AN D vmL.&n ?mns; Brood-mares, WITHOUT RESERVE lor CASH. Atno former public sale in North Carolina have such beiutodl and highbrbd horses ever been offered Catalogue, giving age, breeding 'etc tarnished upon appUiationT B. P. WJXLIAlilSON, Oct SO-tF Parn? Rish, N. C. SLEEPING -CAK On traina U find 10. Pall? FP York: between Dinvnle and Raleicli (vii Knoxvillp Ten n. On 11 and 12, PnllrcanB Buffett Sleepers bftween : Ttr a. J TT Avrl T wasnmgion auu rili,'v; ville, Salisbury ami Arhey-. Jjr J-:. BERKLEY, &fr:'. W. A. TURK, A. T. P -t V. a. Uli..-: ' ' z" JAB. L. TAVI-'- !;; SOL. HAAS, TitM HEW BUILDING The Briggs Build Has been iccorp the business of the , It is prepared to or build and repair ings, and furnish saf bTulding material at sep9- .I ip!1 As- n v