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The Ilaitj) j-tate (Chronicle, BUr. 1,1892.
ITEMS OF INTEREST IN AND AROUND THE CAPITAL CITY" itii m i id . i i ue S w eatner Keport. The sunshine which made its A Deplorable Affair temp "p c auirc .yesieraay atternoon was 49; min.temp.,33: rainfall 1 00 the first in six davs. . Just at dayght yesterday morn. tTicAtj. . inffthe two-storv residpnoo t - ZW brmuf for Raleigh and vi- H nuLTT JameS TmaS Stevn, two miles SOuth a o, a uer nome near oinere was found to be on firP Apex She was a sister of Mr. O. The flames burst out with treat v H Johnson of Raleigh, and leaves lence and suddenness, so ouicklT a husband and several small oh. in fact. t W M n-A Vr J"'KV drn . . 7" . : .v "u r8. Steven nao au earnest unrist and was greatly beloved. cinityon Tuesday: Cloudy, with rain, oecommg jair towards evening. De cidedly colder an Wednesday. Washington, Feb. 29 For North Carolina; Colder northwesterly winds and clear weather with severe gales on the northeast coast; clear and colder Wednesday. Index to New Advertisements R. L. Johnson. Fine Mules. L. C Weathers Paper Hanger. THE EAILWAT COMMISSION. Some Extracts From its First Annua report. The annual report of the railway SX wal"' amission will h .. .. T5V ere w'" only such natu " v uvsuv .The 'Enchanted Barrel" Pantomime which will be pre sented in the chapel of the institu tion for the deaf, dumb and tho au,,g wi oe a constant , c Few Deonia I a and commission week. A 1 w u i vn m out thia ' T -ign it will show that therft,r: v311.06 easily 67 railways in the Stt. - 7. 7. .u"am rises at 8 o'clock. ian son, who sleot on th n tl mil r q l's " w" emission ZD cents. i , , , . - wim noor, - '"6 wi u, miies, every , Had barely time to escape, in their cou"ty in the State beinff reoresent. Teach,' Wif. A notice was given Fridav that x!g tcl?tlllng and to' take with ed by one or more roads save Al- Tha J there would be a meetinar ofciti- tben the., child, little over a , ear kgtany, Ashe, Clay, Dare, Graham. oiTJl ?0Pul?r We- zens this evening at the mavnr'a of. "1UU lowe fice to takft Sf.m. ; .1.1 DV Jeffries and testimnniJ 1 also left the ..utu io iu ue presenea u ciati ers' to the cruiser "Ral old. The low,r fW TOar."T Hv T5.::ArcIam' nation of and interest in th. C. .TfTpiVo onA f n Z Ull W v.-ii. J - Jr ers institutes. Yato,r ht-.: . '"uuy. mey f "' aiaug, xauKin and Yancev: , v Durninff building i 12 counties. Ti,.tM f'M " "ACU ine Qates tor lit. 7u o7 & px"peny tollo Before 1878 T,latonv; "B over 200 pound , , """"i'-y Intense same, as ance Co Statement. llAo 1 C0U!1 Tir. . Jot davs at. . ,dtsofine!ar,,i::: death. I became m WUM h . me Morose i7' c-jtiJ and for eight years iif ' en L -tf 1 a bottle I . " .1C "King tt -"-bu in inoi 1:1. . as i A 1''"c"":u hurry and. like ih fit " of th " " " ?"?Nr . ""ws: tt countv. M.r.I. I Sarsapa- P.! Merchants lUSulance ComiMnv mJt Sn?. f . Abat lost evervthin,. Tt !. .u I "u ' at. ia aoi ?n7"TT .1" . 8au Pro'- E. A. Alderman; Nh"' I A IRf HIT statement. I : u... , , , . even' fire orim'nnM i ... tiaoono- , . oyA at ton county. Marnh 14 Pr o !,"-or. a'illiC . w .. uu win De new ' rhnrav . cjuuen.wmcfin'1"'"1' snowmo- fln noroaea tt . , iV' v-. ..sia. 1 aia so nv., w xruviuence wasmngton Insur- evfininir. Th wa attached to the hmHiB i of6.101 .MS a . : , civep; Jdenton, for the coimt,Va a bottle ibp':T"vl?ret - -a. ui VIII i w vi i j "wtti --Miiif'. i ii w 7 w v w a 11 i i . r -a jt i w rw --v x i i . wv-wi - i!! in inci 1:1 ing for Thursday' evening, hence ensed by a stoveT'Mrs. ture of the admirably complete re-' Prof m't aDd Per(la, ...oi' the change. All who werfJH ne8 of.lhe Piion that port which contains 680 otl C. "d Alderman, mTltoif"?!'03 ' ' C to appear thisevenin2arerPn,,fist ',.ani.ncen"ary and says a summary of the camtal Ktn.t ' . main ourt House, to take notice and be at the meeting I too,stePs "ear the earnings, &c, 0f the roads. This Ht , Jt 4 ' dea an1 Cur- Thursday evening RaleiM, ho"sf- . The fir bned so rapidly 'ows that the capital stock ; "T. , ?omPa"?s, Profs. Mclver be well represented. ana naa made .nch progress before 9H.S18 in North Carolina. Til L Amerman- March 28. ury, tnat the roof of the taed debt in North Carolina iJAWT i vAW HUM HAPPENINGS. March. There were small congregations at tne churches Sunday. Paving blocks for the work near the new depot are arriving in lare quantities. Sheriff J. M. Monroe, of Rowan, yesterday brought five convicts to the penitentiary. This evening Rev. Mr. Foster, of the Christian church, will perform another marriage ceremony. Raleigh chapter No. 10 meets at 8 o'clock sharp this evening for wors in tne Most Excellent Mas ter's and Royal Arch degrees. Prof. Warman will give a course of lectures to the teachers in this lownsnip, on orthoepy. The lectures win be given at St. Mary's it is un derstood. The treasurer of the Y. M. C A. nas secured the services of Mr Geo. F. Ball to collect the subscript tions for the Y. M. C. A. It is nopea tnose who subscribed will oe punctual in their payments. Rev. Dr. Branson is Drenarin to issue a book of sermons, contain" ing mirty, each by a well-known orth Carolinian. Sermons by lino fn... 1 TT 11 .. vancranu nail, ot Raleigh, are among those to be thus published. BEN HUE. The Beautiful Story Told in Tableau: - - JM. I I m All) KltCnen Win or fvll . 4QQ KOa ftTn m. 6 ,ue "ccupants l lie current liahili. r -ru .. c.u xi was a raw and rainy morn- are $3,879,456. The ro,i wi7 S1' arct 3d, T ing, it was some MttU .Jfiammrro i xru . classes iNos. 23 and 50. nfFA.nTft The public interest in the "Ben ?e n?aresfc houSft, and the peonle (year ending June 30 W ft a 1 b.treet E. Sunday school will Hur" performance was great and d"yen from shelter were in a 125 and the operating expenses in h SUr at the ri- this was evident last evening, for P1 But Wnd-hearted this State for the sam! penod were Wf H' J' Br0Wn on the audience at the theatre was one Hors came to the rescue and $5,532,541. The report covers! iht g?n Street The enter- otthe largest of the season. Mrs. a 111 "?Te 800n given shelter and trials. These are the Albemarle ;a!?ment Wlllt consi of music, reci- Bradford's work was tW p clothing. Mr. Stevens and ChMann -?;lueuiarie tations, etc., by some of nnrUf . w an i , uvu wauic iuwvaacj uvtj miles jinn I toi j arttst and there was a beautiful and be smf hou" later, in company quarter, in Currituck; the Fairfield T? r .refreshnents will be trntnTni .i with r.i t -rv r y . tt i ' rneia served hv foi v.-i. T , . peared, and Z strength came activity t Q V. mind and body. r.ofore K YOdrft tbe fifth bottic was taken U I CQlS uuuiuoo. i am todav wn V , 'u n-!i: Sold by all dniKrit0 SarsapariHa byCLHOOD&co ADot lre4cr Mwae5 one Don, The people of Raleigh ought to attend in large numbers the mass meeting Thursday evening, in re gard to the testimonial which is to be presented the cruiser "Raleigh " Raleigh must be prompt and liberal. At Metropolitan hall this even ing the admirable entertainment "Len Hur" will be repeated. Gen eral admission 50 cents; gallery 25 cuits. Seats may hi reserved at Williams & Co's. bookstore, with out extra charge. An eniraueinenf. 7ma i , o uccu uiaue 5 ine lableaux r oievenson, his m "jae; tne Norfolk & North Par r T uua. rvo admis- which illustrated like pictures the fathf r. He will at once begin the olina, (the Dismal SwamnV thJ t?n ? nly a morate sum story which she told; the story ding another home, and Clubfoot & Harlowe in Craenand 1 be charf.ed for refreshments, which Lew Wallace wove with has alreadv sured lumber for that Carterfet. There are tahlpJ ITS , are cordiaUy invited, and a sucn a master hand into the great- T36' The house burned was ing the total value of the 34 Sam even,nS is assured, est "religious novel" of th nti,w. familiarly known as tbn WWt.v miles of p,;!. ,7 . m, . . 1 I " n n I n w -WANTS- The audiennp. wc kni,, house. -."V appiccia. nve, ana there was no de lay or failure in the presen- Dr' Watkins' Last Sermons. trfuun or the various tab- Kev. John leaux. Those fiRooot.i... 5 BlULK I he Democrat iV C82,921;other pronertv. S.TtVL. An? democratic State executive TV t,i.,:. Jl T "''"V"- commute, which LlL?1. Parties short can inrt S. Watkins, D. D., u vmuattou per mile is given of- M .v. . meet PPer ft North (w , "JK nciauy tor the Seaboard & Roanoke fnr Tl r ' 7u lme and Place SZa, eveT secii' of tbe ?taw I? Raleigh & Gaston and AYirtt' , he. D-ocratic State is to meet here wants at the rate of tin T? l. xnisisa very lownrw 4" membered that tfie CHROMni uv, luuB. pare in pcu ms last sermons as natnr AVt"CIK" vaston and WilminfTtnr, . "tujuuaii otate Xo stanrtir7w : l,,inel'E these showed remarkable grace of t the First Presbyterian church & Weldon- a foot fote TT?. 18 CPosed aR lows: nndertefdfndsTertI;em6nt c" pose, and ,t was the popular com- Sunday. He and hi., Zn, "If,, $10,000 per mile i., 1,1?!? r.st d'ftrJct W. G. Lamb. H. Ad S mentthat no more effective tab- leave on WedneTday fo T'L:"' value. The renort ;l7 2 A Mm KUI a flll- leaux had report gives a First district, W. G. Lamb, H. nner, w. Roberts, W. S. Among id ever been seen here, burg, S. C, where Dr. W -;" remarkably complete M.t If LY JrL !ecnd '"strict, J. B. Mar- the most beautiful of all the h accepted a call. TW ; each railway, showing U ganger, AV. J. Rogers rprp tKn T tt , 1 .. J " I . ' o " vi- Chronicle Pen. Co. Rale:i&,XC. 4 .. rt ou crj' w- avma sianas amoiiff the fi Active. One of the finest features half dozen men in North Carol! m ims notaoie performance wneto as a scholarly .. rpnlta;rtn . . " " , :r,0 rtUU auractiv f t j r t11? Da"ot Kace," by preacher. He is always interest ... .ju uas mucii nowpr u uis sermnnc qt. r. n . 5 nn i .i . ... , . . " cvci" iuii or : wunumat aim inrewherselt " mougnt and power. He ma e never wnn true fervor into the richness of preaches a noor hftdpn An fulL 17 ciuu mere ing contest aie lew men, ho waver arp I T , xl.' . "-f "1 aim newish s can De said. His place T" r. h a. i j ri t Kn ii i between the Roman i A cuanoieers. Amoa? thfi otr,o,. cannot hp f5ll,i 11 VHil I -w-V UAAVU aoieaux which were spscialiy ap eciated were those of Hn.H The Superior Oourt. HurePF,8.Lnd AmJah.' aDd f Be": jDdge Connor W1J be xiur, L,sther and i,:u j - Tirzah, Simonides The cast of characters was and her nl,!! civil t, I . un a -iWJ, - mc superior court and Malluch. Among the cases thn ' V AM. 1 1 M, - av I t.TVO nf nVn4- 1 - follows: "B aieOWnasthe Up- i ... ujhuc 1 ii . Xiav Will 111 Mtn-I at try I .1 ., 1. r .i .- ' DV which Kev. Tlmna t C . . "w vu v.i. C1JS- 01 tne x'. ... v , " . " r- "rner; iUelchoi vxx.cw xorK, will lecture on tho Ba Upchurch, superior court. Qne sneet, mileage, terminal points em w ri u g; mtn strict, ployes and salaries,- freight traffic J ' VU ? Henderson WAxN'TED-A priticn The report says that in makin, KZ X'T?' A.P' S. a in mot; .. , ttuai"B) O. given to a fair and uniform rate of" taTa"ti s, R' . me commission woe 1 ZZ'.." "t, .j. r. Ualdwll I VmttrrtroJ "j -vv lie j " tto 1 1 1 1 j . . 1 1 Hrnnor 11 .11 . rasse:, becase "two of the ;,JUA.A- 7' . S. Redding. W. largest systems, the Seaboard Air r'tt 7' ,Tb d,s,rict B. C. Line and the Wilmington & We ' ' ?; W' BadSer' don and At1:. . . 1 oCOttj ninth distrinf A TT viuilVll, IjIITIKT I machine. Addre.-. ;:; Wanted f-n Sell. d ive crood ilorsesfor c ?sh or op t will Hpcr. AJSOSeverRl fn ! et(lf.L- U, ,n,' ja27-lm irQlU -r 7 I nu: t.. . z w n. i claim, the former nawl.T.Vn U Bird J- S. Ander. 'Dto?'W' latter entire exemntion from too. ' M ndger. Ko. 210 Fayettevllle tr:. tion for all time for its main line That EomantTMaa and ah its branches, in W I carnage far as to to build a branch t ilo mum une xuas jiomantic Marriage ts branches, in fact, eo so nrivr. t t, t..,. ... claim the riVht. if a0Za ur eudagfielil and a branch line from Hold Z of Doro or AVilmin-ton to AT,, " "PPeea in Sunday's from the extreme east to rtfuLE was tru "town talk" treme west, and t : , : . .w7-rour hours. It immensplv by the exemption 1 ! ical.y '-'Viuujics&iun aiiu a npnrli nr V. 1 . rvuulu6 "J" wnicn 1 is This assumption is controverted "bv fT DUmerous 7- the nnmrniscinn ,,... 'I "v jjruii vvuo is a ed judgment for that cost. In another case square xiawKins; Amrah, Mrs. this udempm wa ' " other diffimiltv 7i "UUbe on e evenins of l)p,pmU I I ' . I O " ' A UIIUU ril llir I ww.. . TCIl3 II I 1 1 1 1 T no to-.-IU a ... - wvm. UL1 imed, andeosts. Of tha.1 may feting roads did no M.0. t0 !he BaP T7H I I . a Af O. j "uuili uufl uoay. ev. J. L. Foster suit is nnw ' f'rmea S l,nneH 7; 1, rrrmSe.cere.mony. -nUedyes. H ' f,' Wot.her f i"- with cost. In another ZZ Pel them to bear heir inr.t n r.8!?1 iIr- Bedding. M uc; SrLi is W Z f P-bUc burdens. An- JZeo" T liI k. sermon to the Assembly. On the west side of Nash considerable filling will a'Z, A. W. 1:'' ft-. v .11 lma- ' T '-hAaJJ 11 1 III I I vV UL11I III II I . f I J 1 m . 1 . a. e graue Drought up. Eaith from Marshall; Esther, Mrs .S P ChTw. course 7w T auu cosls- w , ""J. uS ioaas am not tabernacle festival w I a sidewalk mi. dn u ... , Pr?M t. . zt. ' r' nild; course these judgments arft rpoii., their actual exnenss nA L- . .ILSllvai. Instead - aw u WW II IM I ILil T-l yB -an...! I V 11111. W I I . 1 0 1 I -w- 4. i C a. aiVI 1 w a. a m . a a Glass vavnrii I i Minn no.i I vuiiui ri . . I peen i . - - - von v i . i vuu miiTKT rtii-nA I xi for this purpose. Mr. S einmetz Lehman. an va ?? , T, Shaff. who was on se1y could meet no tax at all Mr Us er's h.t We UI. it Fs understood sooT The sta2e was nrB,,. 8 b?nd .for $15,000. Col. with the cost of con- lor werf"' h.is wer the property to the city, which Bradford sat at a tail"? ' . ."" , "as a,ra1y Pald judgment. 1 "e proprietors of tl Has alreadv bmn tt, . Uftl. ..:. ., - . " ,ay"1 OI wards to il. wng, not speculators, hut - V rosier and Proving it 0lm1 there we amount of some $1500. Ve Uprising passive citiz'ens and .7,3 ? A: Strickland, the dience fillpd vk T au" a5 18 seen, nearly six thou wuu"es expected the r earnings in hniT -r. tne same !Ld !al -re was piled UpJ advancement of their section Z-T time to the collect aid of the JPflFrio0 fT:i Y , both St. Marv's nnrl Pn , c aunougn an at WANTED Acopvof u.e Kalk: t. .11fIlxfiKvA,(.fAiiLt ;n.h. A Will he Yf-rv tr.Tir.l rkVi; 'v ..11 t- t n have files of old newspapers if th-v wm make search and smtl me :h number if it can be found, or V. n;r Know if it cannot he sent In rt i caz examine it. This old paper v.uv o' much importance in r ferrcir : great event in North Carolina h 'orv S. M. FI VflKH. JiAW-h. y. c (JNewspapprs will cor.'r a lavor -t copying, and may do the MaTeaval'.t di service.; !V.. : J OTlCE.-Termcnt;..:i x lar board at thf lirt-'i-v rant, by applx-in-: betore V,-r L A. F MiUUX V feL.i-'jt Prri'ir;-;i,r '1 all theii in: UU B than two.third nf ::rr :u KDOW now nmnyofsuchr11"111?11 u3viaen(ls- uPOnSuch inrzr;. -s ay. :T " monev ln hnt n fi, .;::rT,rcbluaentS0MulHims tfiere are, although an ar. a seemingly low rate was fixpfl. aY, ? rs. Bed i o t n i i i v; ia iii n. iv v JTin i-a- . r i a. t cj i m- ,w rtUJ" lost t. nr 7 cact" institute rney has a list, which it i beinff nrespnt "uie J 41 11S? wmcn lfc is alleged , . , uc "noie msaster at Bostian At h ... - a a cPy trom the records. As has DnaS resulting in the death of S o tZ ;r OI cne Pertonn- been stated, the records contain, Persons a the serious maimin. nf ance Rev. Mr. Pittin- i DOSSeSSiona -rrr. j morning by the dre south of the citv It was a very kind action on Mr.' Wilson s part and it is nlp SQnt tn beableto state that hV secured -. Se cw quite a neat sum of mon duced to fifty cents for th nartd uPcnurcn wnen he de- on 10 will be a hpl people. r ' ueserving The farewell sermon, whii h preached by Dr. John S. Watki xeuring pastor, at the First Masonic. -.icauvierian church, Sunday, full - j. that it would be reneatPd tnr mfi , vvaras, &c, and of uu u ceriainiy come within uum ue repeated this even- amounts due. vpro the nurview nf . i ' v"u,tu iiuin . . . uiuuHericg hxr 1, i y , I I MP. rnmmiccinn : . . u xuvesugate at its quette and twenty-five o,nta f ". . ine wreck. gallery. There ouht to CV v. "L . CaS.es . were heard a. matl.on . made was such merit. ns Wwr at m tull offeree and fi W-; . 7 .A caiied meeting " VV4Jllt: I 1 IS I HVT I I A - was the PmhfTi, "7 " mp.er xAio. fallhoWtoaMaw""jr'.,,,n? both cases the ,mo.a,10n obned from cm, :1 r.uue oi .ws asKea lor were erant Ber possiDle source and th .t. One case was Bettie Hodge against 18 now on file in this office. The . nV U0(,ge; the other Den- r . uoes not clearI7 define what A callpd mpoT; r r. , . , "Jlvl "Zinsi garnet Taylor. i4ClMm snoula taken 1 0 T 1 . ,P I w m I rillla.NMTin won a high reputation herft n :; ,VomPamons ar earnestly the SOreS Wnill? Tl arran 1 1 orator and preacher. 'c,lue8lea 10 Balm has cu 5 ml 1 T m. immoh, H. P. I Jackson, Portsmouth, n7h.' to whom or when the be made, and as the responsibility of the accident is to be judicially determined we deem it improper to embody our views in this report." For distressing oppression and fullness in the stomoch take Sim mons Liver Regulator. dinfffield left tn r, n , tho t. 7 . "3C a11 wn saw the marriage beins nlpd .iL : l.ne Parlor's that asked f a" 'heSe visitors re asked to go 0ver to Mr. Strickland's side of the house. They suspected nothmg, of course. The marriage certtficate was drly spread upon ?he Z7dZ Vbe ffice oi th Agister ot deeds, but nobndv j f. , tne hst was not Dublish t, it was a se- cret marriage, and he, like thp PAVA nr. : -vr. ' ' v-"" course at a re quest for the registry of liCftnpa 7 was maae. WANTED.- A cent -. To commission and ii er;l :;-.-:ri'.?r send 35 cents for a canvas;;-:-' r-" without delay. The depiaml i --.---.t'-- the U.D.. i:oBixso: p:ii ,! fe24tf liaK-'.S.'- WANTED, thirty-ejh ht T.vi.ho5 to c : :v; r with a lady eighteen to twt-iity ru one of education and refin?:!- A dress G. T. U'Or'LVOI ', Twisted P. 0., Uom : M.itiO T AUCTION. Friday. Februan 'J-'-th. ?t 1 HIIPPvA.- Ktrin:ii l . A 'r t'ii'i Ht;'I-f mm. m j W m.' aw LI Ifllill. II -a,,.w-'- - J r.i.. street. A th.- ho? on Wilmington and Buggy in Sne cenditior Will work siriLrle or dou'le. fe24-4t DP..G. A.RKNN" ADMINISTRATORS NOTIf. t.z Having this day qnalili'-d a - i - mmistrivtnr r. t. n of Josian A. ii ardson, late ot Mark's Creek To n--fc: :. WaK3 county, I give notice ic ine t itorr, of his estate to present tte:. claLns to me an Wakefield, ic - county, by the 27th day of Febrc:r. . ISO.'?. ftKORGti M. BKLL, Adm'r c. t. a. of Josiah A. Richardo-. Wakefield, X. C. Ftb. 2s v:. fe-'Maw Ihe Supreme court yesterday heard armimmi. X! . I Beduction oi Stock For removal. Goods will fee soi(i J reduced prices until the Ut of consequence of removal to the ADirew 3 W. H. Kl-fiHBj