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The Bailu Jtate (Ptrcmictg, gau- 21, 1892,
8 THE NEWS IN OUR CAPITAL CITY. THURSDAY, Jan. 21, 1892. The Chronicle's "Weather Keport. Raleigh, Jan. 20 Max, temp., SJt; min. temp., 27; rainfall, 0m& inches. Local forecast for Raleigh and vi cinity: On Thursday, fair weather; continued cold. Washington, Jan. 20 For North Carolina: Fair till Friday, warmer by Thursday night; West, variable winds. Index to New Advertisements. Gates Desk Company Desk for $21.50. Local Happenings. There are no cotton receipts worth speaking of. The sunshine and cold weather form a delightful combination. Attorney general Davidson re turned yesterday from Washington, D. C. The mayor yesterday sent Rid dick Britt, colored, to jail for lar ceny. There have been remarkably few people from the country here this week. Mrs. Anna Busbee, mother of Grand Sire Charles M. Busbee, is v very sick, with grippe. ' Mr. Amos L. Simmons, Sr., a prominent resident of bnes county has died of grippe, aged 81. At Wilmington yesterday Mr W. G. IJaughton, of Asheville, and iliss Eliza Holmes were married. The weather bureau, by reason of the admirable accuracy of its pre dictions, wins no ead of compli- The improvement company which last summer opened the suburb, 'Idlewild" met yesterday, to ar range for winding up its affairs. Cards are out for the marriage of Mr. Robert E. Cansey of Greens boro and Miss Leonora E. Remfry at High Point on the 27th instant. Lawrence 0' Bryan, only child of W. A. B. Branch, died on Monday evening in Washington, N. C, of pneumonia, in the 5th year of his r Mr. William Arnngton, ot Northampton, died at Garysburg Tuesday, of paralysis. Mr. Augustus Tomlin, a promi nent resident of Statesville, died suddenly Monday night. There has been remarkably little mnting this month, though game is more than usually abundant. Mr. D. D. F. Cameron, a gene. ral merchant at Manly, has as. signed. His liabilities are $2,000. rour street cars are now run- yV .1 TT11 1 niner. un tne nniSDoro street nne he cars now run as far as the fair grounds. Capt. J. W. Craig, of Reidsville, and Miss Mollie Johnson, of Cas well county, are to be married in February. Mrs. Mary Monger, of Moore con nt v, was found dead on the floor of her room last Sunday morning. She was 70 years of age. The passenger cars on trains number 62 and 63 on the .North Carolina road between Raleigh and Greensboro will be taken off. Maj. John C. Winder and seve ral members of his family went to Norfolk yesterday, and last evening saw Sara Bernhardt in "La Tosca. Messrs. W. R. Tucker, W. G Upchurch, Julius Lewis, A. E. Boardman and F. M. Colston have been re-elected directors of the Ral eigh Water company. Mr. Jus. Y. Jordan, secretary and treasurer of the Asheville Shoe Co., spent Sunday and Monday in Norfolk, Va. He says that the chief talk in Norfolk is of war and the trouble we are having with Chili. DEH00EATI0 EX. COM, Cards are out to the marriage of f. C. Beck with, Esq., Secretary of the State Demo2ratic Executive Committee, and Miss Iola Bledsoe Gates, at Edenton Street M. E. Cards are out to the marriage of Col. Samuel H. Boyd, of Reidsville, and Miss Lizzie Settle, daughter of he late Hon. Thomas Settle. Hail began falling at o o'clock yesterday morning and was followed by snow, which began at 6. lhe ground was so wet that the snow did not stick. By 9:30 o'clock the snowfall ended. About an inch lay on house tops. The Norfolk Virginian, a valua ble exchange, has issued a very handsome calendar with a likeness of the editor, Capt. M. Glennan, and a fac-simile of the paper litho graphed thereon. The increase in circulation and advertising patron age is gratifying. It is the opinion that the best presentation of a play here this sea son was that of "She Stoops to Con quer," by the Clarke-Ford company, and the most entertaining perform ance was that of "A Breezy Time. By the way, the latter company is coming this way again soon. Yesterday morning the railway commissioners left for Norfolk. Thence they will go on a trip of in spection over the Norfolk & Eden ton railway, there haviag been filed complaints of lack of depot facilities on that line. Other roads, partic ularly branches of the Wilmington & Weldon, will also be inspected. In the office of J. C. L. Karris hangs, a big clock which has a bi of history. In 1852 the House o commons had no clock. A resolu tion to buy one was defeated after considerable debate, the Whigs and Democrats being nearly equal in strength and each party fearing to take the grave responsibility of pay ing for a clock. After the defeat of the resolution the hat was passed around and the members chipped in. With the funds thus raised this big- faced timepiece was bought. The Cukoxicle was glad to see J. Frank Ray, Esq., of Franklin, Meeting of the State Democratic Exec-, utive Committee Called for March 2nd, '92. A meeting of the State Demo cratic Executive Committee has been called by Chairman Smith, at Raleigh, Wednesday, March 2nd, 1892 at 11 o'clock a. m. to fix a date and place, and issue the call for a State Convention, and for the transaction of such other business as may proper! come before it. Members ot the committee are urged to be present as this will be a very important meeting. tf. Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U 1 .1 k S&&M r Executive department News. S. O. Bragaw, of Craven, and G. K. Grantham, of Harnett, were yesterday appointed notaries pub lic. The following military commis sions were issued: First resiment. Taoker Polk, 1st Lt. Co. F, War- renton. becond regiment: R. S. Hilliard, quartermaster; A. Mc- Kinnon, surgeon; N. Anderson, as sistant surgeon; B. F. Herring, 1st Lt. Co. A, Clinton; John H. Daniel, Capt. Co. C, Wilmington; R. E. Irvin, 2d Lt. Co. G, Wilson. Third regiment, J. T. Winston, Captain; J. J. Redmond, 1st Lt.; R. L. Crisp, 2d Lt. Co. D, Durham. Fourth regiment: S. W. Battle, as sistant surgeon, Asheville. Naval reserve artillery battalion: C. C. Adams, passed assistant paymaster, Charlotte. mmh AEajiJfSi pip. Special Notices. "Kodak." The charming vest pocket head ache, neuralgia and rheumatic cure. Safe, quick, pleasant less than half the cost of liquid remedies.Price 10 cents two doses. Sold by King & McGee. jan 12-d3m. The Richmond and Danville Takes Care of the Ministers. Ministers' permits over the Rich mond and Danville railroad for 1891 are extended and made good until J an u ary 31, 1 8 9 2 , by w Inch time the new permits for 1892 will be issued and in the hands of our clergy. 'Tine Soaps." We have a large assortment of both toilet and laundry soaps, and can please you in quality and prices. Eberhardt & Pescud. Notice to City Taxpayers. The city tax list for 1891 has been placed in my bands for collection. I will be in my office for that purpose every day from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. All taxes not paid by December 1st are subject to a penalty of 1 per cent, on the first day of each month there after, until paid. C. B. Root, nov29tf City Tax Collector. church, here, February 3d at 4.30 Macon C0Unty, in the city yesterday. o'clock p. m. President John Robinson, of the Seaboard Air-Line, passed through Raleigh yesterday on the way to the present terminus of the Georgia, Carolina and Northern railway. Several railway officials accom panied him. The road will be in $pected Rev. M. A. Adams, of Wilson county, who has finished a theolog- age. The Baptist State mission board now has its quartere in the building on Fayetteville street vacated last week by tin North State Music company. The Baldwin-JYelville company He will bo here some days on lusi ness. He has twice represented his county in the 1 -:gislature and has many friends here. He tells us that the Democracy in Western N. C, is in fighting trim, is united and ag gressive. There is very little third party sentiment among Alliancemen in Western North Carolina. He also brought news of the floods in that section of the State. The trestles on the Western North A Few Words Tall the Story. Lumber ton ltoboaonisn. John Mclnnisshot Brucellolmes' brains out with a pistol in Moore countv last week and made his es cape whiskey. Can You Eat Heartily, with relish, and without distress afterward? If not, we re commend Hood's Sarsaparilla, which creates a god appetite and so tores the stomach and bowels that the food is properly digested and assimilated. Under this head m short vtrtiseaieu " Ul wapts at the rat 0 7' - This 13 a very low membered that tfc the largest circulation : paper in Xorth CarJ -goes into everv senio'1 ClIUOXlCLE Pi" g. ( Wanted Room and table b -man. Private faniilv p-eit'-; ' - state terms an.i location. : Address, jal6-3t Care(L:vr "Jersey Butter." We receive pure Jersey butter three times every week from "Clo vei dale' and other farms and can furnish you in. any quantity. Ebeiuiardt & Pescud. LOST. Tuesday, Jannarv :,:t, av--book, containing thn cU--' each, ard about ?:V in nr.j V will be rewarded bv ttxvs ' steward of the "Capital C'r.V' I must eel! a valuable ir r , the city of Kou e, h' U25. -LrRi:.Moi.r 44 Myrtle Ave. Holiday pre-e:Us, ht -sent to ail ; ar.s of the v.- : ' . 1 ree cat a) ojrae of -v . : 1 : : . , '. cies to se ect i'i oni AM'ilr:iMM 440 Myrtle Ave, lin : Power Pros U ar. ical course at Wake Forest College, Carolina railway for twenty-five has accented a call to become miles this side of W hittisr have pastor of the Baptist church at been swept away. Superintendent Jonesboro, Tenn. He left Raleigh Bridgers is there and a large repair yesterday afternoon for his new force is at work along the line. charge. Rain has fallen for about a week in t nijM x ci i v t " iu uaiuweu uuuniy last ounaay Catarrh in New England. v, , rt t i . r I -Pianos on Instalments, ltd v s Cream Balm f?ives sati.tHp.- tionto everv one usin? it for ea- When a person comes to our store tarsal troubles. ft. K. Mpllnr antI PaJs and promises to pay Druggist, Worcester, Mass. $10 a month he gets a Piarm aml 1 believe Elv's Cream Balm is has tbe use of U and wnen Paid fr the best article for catarrh ever of- i 1,ecomes his property. Yet any fered the nublic Bush & Co.. number ot persons who can easily l 7 f Drntwists. Worcester. Mass. 5Pare money ior a piano are paying oo j Ai . , , ... An article of real merit. C. P. monm auer monm assessments into Alden. Druggists. Snrinfffipld.Mass. o0iae worcniess xanascneme or otner Those who use it speak highly of fl.oeiv anair ana denying tneir iam- it George A. Hill. Druggist. hat v-:!; Anv one haviti..: a Powr Pre a? go ,d ttinjs, ;-t:-hv- i;inl'.-4t which plays for what are called a romantic wedding took place.Rev. A Soldier's Last Honors. a three evening at 'popular prices opens days engagement this the theatre, in "The Son of Monte Christo." The article yesterday on 4 'North Carolina in Congress" was copied from the Richmond Dispatch as was shown in the body of the article though it was improperly credited "The United Press." It is said that the plan of the new hotel, fronting on Nash square, is very attractive; that the front will be four stories in height, with the dining room, on a plan entirely new here, on the upper floor. The following sheriffs yesterday made complete settlements of State taxes: F. L. Roper, Hyde, $3,191. 44; T. M. Webb, Burke, $4,484.88; James Cansler, Macon, $3,748.50; W. H. Smith, Vance, $8,903.12. Floy Walker, who travels for a tobacco manufacturer of Winston, and is 14 years old, is now said to be the youngest commercial tourist in the county. For a time Mr. Sherwood Higgs enjoyed that dis tinction. The wagon company will push the sale of its wagon3, though the sales this year do not promise to be large. There is reason to expect prosperity in the later months of the year, because the crops will be produced even more cheaply than in 1890. 'P n "l 1 ' i r x. v,. uuuuamui, principal 01 a Vnv mnmln, M 1 ..uiuug ,a"u " the funeral of Mr. T. M. Justice, Greene, a beautiful Mitchell county whose death occurred Tuesday at nr-iTM W h n hail latolTr Vonm ,i o o(n . ... J r r f the Soldiers' Home, was held from Z Au cuuira.u"DS Pf"es- that place. Rev. Dr. M. M. Mar uuijr iwi ghall made a beautiful dUcourge t0 )L' , the veterans at the Home. His re We are glad to welcome, Dr. C. marks were f ull of pathos, and at Us Kice a tormer resident of Raleish meir !lose Qe was given warm hand- back to North Carolina. The doc- clasPs h7 members of Junius Daniel tor is one of the most successful life caraP C. V., who were present. insurance solicitors in the South, Tne burial was in the Confederate and as special agent of the JEtna. cemetery, tne pallbearers being J. we predict contained success for him u oirdsong, VV. V. Clifton, W. and we congratulate the JEtna in li- Hughes, R. H. Bradley, S. W. securing his valuable services. Walker, and bhn Stronach. Springfield, Mass. Cream Balm has given satisfac- ory results. W. P. Draper, drug- gisc, Springfield, Mass. ihes the pleasure and refinim? influ en-ie resulting from the use of a pi- If you can't spare time to call ano. DeLeon, Texas, July 2 3, '91. Messrs. Lippman Bros., Savannah, Ga. Gents I've used nearly four bot tles of P. P. P. I was afllicted from the crown of my head to the soles at our store, send us your address and we will call upon you. Our place of business is next to the cor ner of Ninth and Main streets, No. 903. Manly B. Ramos & Co., Rich mond, Va. jan 9-2 w. We can furnish you with any- T WILL SELL YOt'ii K " JL cr any otl r rc.tl : J2j. Ferid tfaiv.v for rvV ALFiiKD COLKr?. 1 -: 44 Myrtle Avtune, Cr.ji oct-3-iy POSITION WANTED. -A who has hai Iullt txyivy who understands the n..-i hands, woold like to pa t : -superiiiteiKient of a tarm. given and required. M. dec'29 tf A position a-s Koo't-tet-i er . an vith nearly nve in a deiiire1? a sitnat;oo lpst, reference.- fur: stating salary, : BOOiv-Ahr-: ,'o tf r'arp f'hror it:''. I'1-' - What is known as a "church A Mistake in the Place. case was neard by the mayor and 9nce a Week," the well known usuce aroee yesterday. In a col- paper, says: "Two colored delin ored BaDtist ehurp.h a l v, 4ucnio iii ivaieigu, x. j were re uisiuroea me worsnip Tuesday cently condemned to receive 39 evening. The mayor heard the lashes and snectators w nrlmin case against her and imposed a $10 to witness the whinni f fine. The woman then secured the a head. The irate reepint wr,f arrest of an usher at the church, the prisoners, as a solace for their who was keeping order there, charg- wounds, nrobablv Tt U.i ok ing him with assault and battery, years since any prisoner was whip It was in evidence that there was a ped in Raleigh. At Roxboro Per-set-to between the woman and the son county, last summer, two pris usher, and that each struck two oners asked that their punishment blows in the face. The result was be by whipping. They were allow a sudden termination of the "meet- ed to choose the whipping and they ing" and the departure of the con- also charged an admission fe from gregation. Justice Barbee took an which it is said they realized enough advisari, and the counsel got to- to pay their jail charges and buy gether and compromised the matter, some new clothing. The request j wUul( n.v.juoutc iucii cmcitu mai ine prisoners be whipped a judgment of not guilty. sigaed by their friends also of . my feet. Your P. P. P. has tn,D m the wa ot canned Iruits, cured difficulty of breathing and veetaDies, game, hsn, &c, at low smotherins, palpitation of the heart est Pnces and rfiliftvcd mp nf nil rolr.. EBERHA.nDT & PESCUD. A. nostril was closed for ten years,now I can breathe through it readily. 'Coffees. I have not slept on either side Our roasted and green coffees and ior two years, in tact, dreaded to teas are giving entire satisfaction see nigni come, now I sleep soundly prices too. in any position all night. Eberhardt & Pescud. I am 59 years old, but expect soon to be able to take hold of the The Electropoise. plow nancues; I teel proud I was Persons wishing information con lucky enough to get P. P. P., and cerning the Electropoise may ad I heartily recommend it to my dress or call on Miss S. A. Tilling tnends and the public generally. Yours respectfully, A. M. Ramsey. FOK KENT. Three gxd roms opyesite potoilice. ?. jal l-eol 7i. FOK SALt'- One fine Horse and U"--Buggy go'I. AMrt-T ja5-lw LOST. Fomebodv ha csrrij; overcoat, lilac if c , t-i i..ira i i ill-' -"'- hast, the agent of the company, at 42o 1m. Blood worth street, Raleigh. Call after 3 p. m. dec!7-3m was Tiie State of Texas, County of Comanche. Before the undersigned authority on this day, personally appeared A. M. Ramsey, who after being duly sworn, says on oath that the fore going statement made by him rela tive to the virtue of P. P. P. medi- you cine is irue. from you A. AL. JKAMSEY. Sworn to and subscribed before me, this August 4th, 1891. J. M. Lambert, N. P. Comanche Co., Texas. We can supply you with delicious j Help AVanU'd State Orpiiiwer for i contract will V orH -r jal t St r: -?- t n .- flufnrr mW )MX ! l.ltllllW WW' UAIUIU iy"lU" OXFORP. " C The ?ri3j: Teru ' Marshmallow drops if you wish to j rricularsa'i-f.- r. p. try the latest novelty in confections j TYmctA'l TVTaTcTimall Aire I IiOYSTER. I VV ir Cen tr'i eastern o.--1: , ;;:.,- . . If von will nsp.nnr Coiih Tablets i Vashinsf2 Vfv:- '--". ill be sure to obtain relief j fLtir forus, vltctrj r couffh or cold. or put of 7r:r"' -:r-t ROYSIER. pirt Go to Ives & Co.'s for a nice Roe or Buck Shad, for dinner to day. corny1' ' " n;r:v yr.i fully foer : - .y- Lock 31.