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Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Ill Ik II . LArl 1 Ui i i i 1 1 1 ; w iii.l N 1 Site starts CCilxrotiicI SATURDAY. - - - Oct. 31, .1891. POLKS WHO TRAVEL. The Chronicle's Weather Report. Washington, Oct. 30. For North Carolina: Till 8 p. m. Saturday; generally fair slightly warmer; south easterly wihds. For Raleigh and' vicinity: Fair weather', slightly warmer. Local Happenings, Supreme Court. Fifth' District.- ; t- Glasscock vs. Hazell, submitted on printed briefs by Morehad for plaintiff and Dillard, King and Boyd for defendant. Beville vs. Cox, submitted X on Mr. Robert Miller, of Goldsboro, is here taking in the Exposition. Editor V. F. Hunt, of the Bur- ingtori News,Vi2LS here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Baker, of printed briefs by Dillard and King Louisburg, are at Mr. Donald VV. for plaintiff and Moreheadffor de- Bain's. i- . J fondant. Mr. J. W. Kirk, of New London , State vs. Nash, argued by Gra N. C, paid the Chronicle a pleas- ham and Womack for Attorney- ant visit yesterday. General for the .State, and" L. C. Mr. T. E. Hill, representing the Edwards, B. k. Koyster and J. T. fM 1, .1 4l.n st....t Aflc square aiuuuu iuc wuu .house ought to be graded, grassed and fenced. The cotton receipts yesterday were 500 bales; the largest any one day this season. One convict from Buncombe county, was brought to the peniten tiary yesterday. "Breezy Times," the new farce comedy, will be presented here on the 2th and 6th of November. The arch of welcome is sadly in need of repairs. Cannot the city haye the proper repairs made. Milton Nobles will play "A Son . of Thespis," his new play, during his three nights engagement. News was received yesterday o the death at his home near Cary, o Mr. Wiley Baucom, aged 85. The weather is particularly un favorable for handling tobacco and as a result the breaks are light. Next Monday the work of col lecting the fund for the entertain ment of the Fifth Maryland red- ment will begin. Rapid progress is being made on the great trust for the extersion of the intake pipe of the water works, in the Grimes' meadows. At some place up town the leav ing time of passenger trains ought to be bulletined, and if they are late that fact should be shown. Quite good progress is being made in the macadamization of the Tar boro road to the township boundary and it is becoming a real thorough fare. The Old North State is the name of a monthly published by Mr. G. A. Jones, of Kaleigh, the first num ber of which made its appearance yesterday. Sportsmen have made quite lib erel purchases of ammunition, in readiness for the shooting season, which opens Monday. Never were partridges more abundant in this section... In November, somewhere about the middle of the month, there will be a long-distance race between Wynne and bitzsimmons. It will be for their own satisfaction. There will be no betting. The mails show a most delight ful irregularity. When the trains are late a supplementary mail could Tennessee oil company, of Chat anooga, Tenn., is in tne city. - Doorkeeper D. R. Julian, of the! House of representatives, whose Stray horn for defendant. Hall vs. Tillman, continued by consent. Wyatt vs. Railroad, argued by J. W. Graham, Boone and Parker Mr. D. B. Coltnme, casluer of w A Gnthrie fof def Jdant the First national bank, who was here yesterday, says that Concord is going forward. Mr. and Mrs. John Young and daughter, of Atlantic City, N. J., are visiting Mrs. C. A. Hart on Oak wood avenue. Miss Ellie Richmond, of Dan- Markham vs. Whitehurst, argued by W. W. Fuller and J. S. Man ning for defendant and Boone and Parker for defendant. ', He fairly ran him down and collared him iust before Massey was reached. J Baker was brought to Raleigh to jail. Yesterday afternoon he gave bond and was released. Though the still had clearly been in opera tion a long time and though Baker had its c-and was on his way to build a tire under it, he strictly de clared that he never knew there was a still an v where. , Mi,- . :. - I 'A.. -C. -..i ftn mi w ..MM fc j txi r "Salted Almonds." We have just received a fresh lot of Salted Jordan Almonds in half pound packages. Ebkrhardt & Pesbud. ra FineB t-. A Notable Occasion. The Richmond papers contain lengthy accounts of the unveiling ville, Va., daughter of Capt. Caleb tbere last Thursday of a bronze P. Richmond fwho was one of Biaiue 01 og. general mmam u Gen. S. D. Ramseur's aides), is Wickbam. The parade was a grand v;c;t?nff Mia TSTAllJa Rrnnlra one; m tne first division were 0 1 . Among yesterday'8 arrivals at Sef conl.alnlnS the Yarboro were: Capt. B. S. , , V. 6 , U."1 "VC1 Detrain h.l.i. Fir w g Wal. nor uou oi jxortu Carolina, ijrov Norfolk, Va.; R B. Boone, Durham. Rev. father Francis,0. S. B.,of the Adjutant-General Glenn of North Carolina. The staffs of both Gov ernors were present. The second division was formed bv veteran Sacred Heart church, will officiate cavalry soldiers, headed by General at Laurinburg, N. C, next Sunday, Fitzhugh Lee, who was mounted. and at Ghio, N. C, Tuesday and The third division was made up of Wednesday, and therefore will be Lee Camp and the members of absent from the city till next Thurs- George E. Pickett Camp. The next day. division contained several hundred Mr. K. J. Davis, of Wilmington- employes of the Chesapeake and VIA., who has been visitin? rela- 0hio railway company, about one- tives in Franklin, was here yester-- fourth of whom were colored. The iasi envision was composed oi ine members of the city council and city officials in carriages, and citi zens generally. day. lie is connected with the Lob- dell car works, of Wilmington, Del., and we are glad to note his success. Special Notices. Arrived To-Day. We received to-day another large lot of Ladies wraps in all the new shades, styles and designs, which are made up in the very latest and most fashionable style, and we guar antee they will suit you in quality and price. Our immense lineof Dress Goods cannot be supassed. Any one wishing a nice stylish dress will find it to their interest to ex amine our large line of new and fashionable dress fabrics before making their selection. Remember that we are showing the largest and best assortment of carpeting ever brought to this market, in this line we can suit you in quality and price. See our mammoth stock be fore buying. Yours truly, D. T. Swindell. Rev. W. R. Gwaltney, correspon- The Home Does Not Get the $1,000. ing secretary of the educational From Mr WiUiam C, Stronach, board of the Missionary Baptist Secretary and Treasurer of the Sol- cnurcn,was in ltaieign yesterday re- diers Home a reDOrter vesterdav i j i i .. ii.i . i ... -ii turnirg from Anson, South York, Robeson and the Raleigh associa tions. He was very successful. It requires $314 per month to educate the young men at Wake Forest who look to the board for assistance, Mr. Gwaltney is doing a service for his church and State which time only will reveal. learned that that institution Notice To dealers and the public gener ally. I have moved my Germeteur depository from No. 12 -South Aarket to the drug store of J. Hal. "Rfihbiit. pnrnpr Fnvpt.tp.villft nnd j Market Sts. Orders sent to me r-j, there will have prompt attention. Respectfully, . A. E. Jordan, Agt., Dr. King's Royal Geameteur. never get the $1,000 which Col. Becton of Kentucky said he would contribute. He came here, it ap- T l rt g. ouuimcn D. L. Dowd, No. 9, East 14th iuiu unu ui uis liiicuuuii iu coninu- c tvt, v u r i r e be drawn on for it in say ten nPRt.t:PAi lmnv ftn tW, anh-n 1 O ' lilt w m w,m M.KJ WM-rV.V The Knights of Pythias. Propose to have a 'day" at the Exposition, perhaps November 25, and committees from the lodges here are now endeavoring to make the necessary arrangements with Mr. Patrick. -On the 25th Fred erick Warde will be here. -He is a notable and zealous Knight and of the last of him. some curious things have been dis- covered Mr. Stronach says. Col. Becton was stopping with a friend here and a night or so remarked to the latter that he was going to the theatre with a party of eight ladies and would like to borrow $10, as he had left his money in a safe down town. He trot the S10 and that is Such is the state- A Victor Model "B" Safety Bicycle, run about 100 miles, for sale. For information, call,v at Julius Lewis & Co's store. oct31-2t Harry A. Hart. course the members of the order will attend his play. The Pythians of the State desire to build a temple at some point.. ment made regarding the -matter, and as Mr. Stronach remarked, "the Home will never get that money." v 'cii." cii. j.. n ' h dug oiuops to uonquer. This charming old comedy, surely one of the very best, will be played Balloonist Versus Moonshiner. C. T. Jones, of Cleveland, Ohio, "Pine Preserves." We have just received a large in- voice ot uordon & Dilwortlrs famous preserved cherries. Dears. . ' i 7 quinces, peaches and strawberries. Eberhardt & Pescud. sep26-tf. One of the most sickening head- be made up and sent down. This this afternoon by the admirable would be a great convenience and would not give the postoffice author: lties much trouble. wanted to see the moonshiner in his native wilds. " So he went day Clarke-Ford company. The per formance begins at 2.30. Peonle who relish thorough acting, by one before vester-.Uv w?th Pf ATi n . , . - I i uu. iixaosc The Goldsboro Araus notes with 01 tne Dest companies ever appear- john j Unchnrrh nnrl t,Q U V I. 1 C ' I i. ..v viuvi O JV great regret the death there Thurs- n,S uere' bU0UiU 8e inis perrorm- the reVenue people, on a raid into day 01 Mr. Stacev O. Kellv. after auue- Aue voung peopie snouio go, Harnett countv. Thp wo an illness of several weeks, which fna ine maunee srou'd De a iasn- luck) for just at day-break yester- uc cunirucicu iu ruueign, wnere no " .0 aay iney saw d. ti. $aker walkin had been conducting a general prin- formances have been. along, with a light heart to his v. ir v V P r aches is caused b7 rail road travel- "Vj xjAuciwvii. 1JC J-ia.lltS.eiS ill icl novel experiences and has lono- Brady crotine prevents and cures it. ing. "Maple Sap." Pure maple sap and maple sugar; also new mince meat in packages and by the pound. Eberhardt & Pescud. ting business for several months. Many laborers are at work get ting the street railway track on Hillsboro street on grade.. The track on the North Blonnt street line will be put in good shape and later, the East Hargett street line. Eighty five tons of heavy iron has been received. Call and . buy one of Carroll & Bailey's North Carolina hams: lfip. - papa's moonshine distillery in Buck- for small ones and 15c. for large mavimm n me guuu uouniy wucb, o. -riimington street. d0-29-lw. Soiree Musicale at Peace Institute. The large audience that filled the of Harnett. On his head Baker chapel at Teace Institute last night carried the "capV.of the still, some enjoyed a rare musical treat. The thing so valuable that it is alwavs programme was very attractive and taken in out of the wet at nicrht each number deserves commenda- The officers were well concealed oxes Filled by our artist with the tion. The selections were all well and when thev rose im and aa ."best." They are "the thing" to send rendered and reflected credit upon Baker to halt he did not do so but made a dash. He was "burning the wind, ' as the phrase is, and was the Der formers. Perhans th mnat Mr. A. S. Morris, of Reidsville, attractive vocal selection nn t.h who was here yesterday, tells us programme was "Suabian Maiifen" that 250 hands are at work grading rendered bv Miss Oatee: and thfi and paving the streets.. He also ben instrumental rendition that of a "Artistic" is the correct name for our handsome 5 lbs. hand-nainWi ner. uan ana examine them, at Royster's. xx, o c puiase is, ana was Did you aav thnf Vn a about to run on deputy Massey, eating IZZl beyoucoSd S who was armed with bio k; . " U,6B1' I : - k-j i ucw umnggf II you and who nnpfl. "lioU t q will eat RovstftrT . Cloaks and Wraps. The entire stock of ladies', mis ses' and childrens' cloaks at McGee & Moseley's are being closed out at and below wholesale cost. S. F. Mordecai, Trustee. Stylish Dress Goods On the bargain table at McGee & Moseley's. Their entire stock of dry goods, shoes, &c, is selling at a great sacrifice to close ont. S. F. Mordecai, Trustee. Potted Ti ChicW Devilled! Cheapest, B: - 31bpacka..; Lap Eobes. A big stock of carriage robes and blankets are offered at New York cost at McGee & Moseley's. S. F. Mordecai, Trustee. You don't have to continue dos ing with Simmons Liver Regulator. Often a little cures effectually. POKINE CURES RHEUMATISM. MNT. 6 HECKS Selt-Raisiog Biscuit 23 lb p'kci2vc aiopk-gST-e. HECKS PABTLY ttCffi? Ready in tea Trib al maunfaKu:., VU&l tro GR01D Bakers and Cardy V STRONACifS BEST l?l;l-AH IN Under this head, parties can insert short advertisements stating their wants at the rate of ten cents a line This is a very low price, when it is re membered that the Chronicle has the largest circulation of any daily paper in Nrth Carolina and that it goes into every section of the State In sending, count six words to the line. Address Chronicle Pub. Co., Raleigh, N. C. WANTED. A a situation by 1st January, or soacer, by a phar macist, single young man, nnqnestion able hab't, licentiate in North Caro lina, cnpable of taking complete charge, well acquainted with boh r'ail ad wholesale manufacturing business. No l reference furn'shed Address, "Prescription," care of Chronicle. WANTED All persons who cook nd bake to send lor the best cooking stove in the world Price tl2, $15, f&i Terms 10 per cent discount csh with o.der, r obe-ha!f with order, balance at sixty days. ALFRED COLKS, 5 '0 Myrtle avenne, Brooklyn, JSew York. oct-3-ly NEW Fil hi Si i - - 112 31 A U I IN ST. Are d;v.ly r-p-iv!L:' BEAUTIFUL M For tte F OAK .SUITS. CAUKIAGFa iiUGGl- WANTED TO ELTj -One Guern sey bull calf, acrpd fi v ninnf ha sired by Dr Lewis' famous bull; one Guernsey heifer calf, aged one month. sired, oy bauire of VflnvVMi No 2401, b th ae entitled to registra tion. Also several very high grade Guernsey heifers, sired by Squire of I.es Vauxbelets. This stock is of ancestry bred by W. B.Harvey and Dr.Bahnson, aiiu eacn one nas individual merit. To reauce stocK wi-i be sold low. -m E. W. TIMBERLAKE, Oct 5, 1891. Louisburg, N. C. oot8-ecd-lm only exporting house. lent programme. j rv v.tr: vi ui a run ner, and he made pursuit of Baker. removes quickly aU corns, bunions "'M ituuub pain. SALE OP LAND By authority of an order of the Superior Ccur of wase county, m special p oceeding entitle Bella Crawford and ex parte. I will on Mondav. anr.fc hv nf November, 1981, at 12 o'clock m, at the uuib uoue aoor oi waxe county, nell to the bighe-t bidder, for cash, thnt certain tract of land in Cary township. containing loo acres, adjotbiDg the juubuijuu nepara, l ewis Crowder Jacob Maynard. Jaa. Danieia nnH nth: ers, and known as the David Crawford land, prticu'ariv dprrih in RnnV 32, page 628, Register of Deeds office for waKe county. , 100-tds W. N. JONES, Com'r. piHRYSANTHEiaUM ROSES Vy Aii tne finest Chrvsanthnma. Beet ever blooming Hoses, in many sorts. Choice evergreens and Magnolias. Green- hotue and Out-door Bedding Plants Cut flowers, Bonqnete and Floral Designs. Tomato, Cauliflower, Cabbage and Pot grown Egg-Plants. - bweet Potato plants ready about 25th of April. Celery plant in June and July. Send for Catalogue. H. BTETKUCTZ, Florist, Mare-tf. Ealeigh, N. C IN ENDLKS.- VAr with Hi- c--':'i;. bv the (i:.ir.'n - ml , t' two Ft on. - v -1 -c larger To-ii i;J,J ment iuti.e city . . Our LlvU--' croons iu "-- : prices low c 9-20-d-ni- For au' i5 the arre.-t a who bum! Hubbtrd. October one hunln and one ! movement maker. t gold cha n watch, wit any infun c Cb 7ITAUI .VA: ill I.'