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VOL: xxxiv. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with les3 expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world’s best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in tho remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if oflered. DO YGITIvNOTv A GOOD THING When You See It? Baby Carriages At $ 506 worth $ 8 00 “ 5 94 “ 8 50 “ 7 66 “ 10 50 “ 8 18 “ 11 50 “ 8 44 “ 12 00 “ 10 31 “ 14 00 “ 11 63 “ 15 00 “ 16 06 » 21 00 » 17 19 “ 22 50 “ 17 56 “ 23 50 “ 18 17 “ 25 00 They are Heywood’s Make. THOMAS B. BRIGGS A SOI, RALEIGH, N. 0. We invite special attention to our LADIES’ AND MISSES’ SLIPPERS AND SHOES and would like all to see them. A few more pair of Misses’ Cloth Shoes, from 12’b to 2’s, atsoc. Remember these Shoes are worth from SI.OO to $1 50. COME AND SEE OUR LADIES’ 10c. GAUSE VESTS. THE BEST IOC. BLACK RIBBED HOSE that are made, always on hand at WOOLLCOTT & SONS, Aii Ordinance* Be it ordained by the Board of Aider men of the City of Raleigh: That on and after the 12th day of June, 1893, that it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to put or cause to be put upon the streets or sidewalks of the city of Raleigh any trash, leaves, litter or sweepings of any kind from their yards or lots between the hours of 12 noon Friday, and 12 o’clock midnight Sunday of each week, under a penalty of five dollars for each and every such offense. O. W. LAM BATH, City Cleark. 500 BOOKS, ETC,,FREE! n»U ONI. V in ITS. (stamps) we ffgfSrST . 11 Pit INT s our fill! address tin lOOtt color) urMJIKO I‘BF.I.S. 500 iHTStpakl to you to at Me on your letters, papers, Ac., and !M postpaid to •■■K'. aso-ncy torn.-, publishers and mamnuc turers, who will mail you 500 sample*T Iks,'.: -, novelties, pictures, magazines, VBRb*M9|ft papers, Ac., tree, with wholesale terms JBtAlf to agents with your printed on each nt the 500 patrols of mail. ''MxWW2. p rr iie-jus.of So. \\ lUlnglon, < t., -HR SBC write- !-,, mas: -“The Free sample isv.Ls (Miners. Ac., f received from the GAKKWy r.v, e., mentioned, it bought would cost Dl6 tStO It is jl’bt s.mply wonderful. Am delighted.” THE FAST MAIL CO., Raleigh, N. C, Appointments by the President. By Southern Associated Press. Washington, June 29.—The Presi dent today made the following ap pointments: Elliott M. Bowman, Indiana, Deputy Fourth Auditor of the Treasury; George B. Ander son, District of Columbia, Secretary of Legation at Rio de Janeiro, Bra zil. Consuls: Leopold Moore, New York, Hull, England; James New York, Antiqua, Weßt Indies; Grenville James, New York. Wood stock, New Brunswick; George W. Savage, New Jersey, Dundee, Scot land; Eugene Germain, California, Zurich, Switzerland;Frank E Hyde, Connecticut, Lyons, France; Fred. W. Kirkbutch, Wisconsin, Stettin, Germany; George G. Matthews, Jr., Florida, at Para, Brazil; Otto H. Boyesen, North Dakata, Christiania, Sweden; Louis S. Delaplaine, Jr., West Virginia, Demerara, Guyana; J. Courtney Hickson, Alabama, NiDgpo, China; Edward P. Crane, Pennsylvania, Hanover, Germany; Henry C. Smith, Alabama, Santos, Brazil. John A. Turley, of Tennessee, has been appointed examiner of surveys in the General Land offiee and Frank Powell, of North Carolina, appointed Special Agent of the General Land office. News P rom Honolulu. By Southern Associated Press. Sanfbancisco, Cal. June 29. —Chae. Nordhoff, the New York Herald cor respondent, arrived from Honolulu this morning. He says already the provisional government adherents are beginning to fall away and that the end is near. Only one thing can save the islands and that is the re turn of Lilioukalani to the throne. He thinks in the future she will be have herself. Referring to the re ceipt of the remarks of President Cleveland on annexation, he said they were constructed to mean that annexation would not take place, and immediately there was a wild scene. The natives cheered, bon fires were built and bands paraded the streets. The provisional Govern ment is dead broke and its end is near. People have refused to pay taxes. The present government is doomed and nobody knows it better than President Dole. Mr. Blount is working on his report which will be ready by the time he returns here. He believes it will be unbi ased. The Stock Market Demoralized. By Southern Associated Press New Yobk, June 29.—The further sharp break in silver here and in London, and advices from Wash ington indicating that Congress will not convene before September, caused further demoralization in the stock market this morning. Prices declined sharply under a fairly heavy pressure to sell. The bears hammered the list in order to force out stock on “stop” orders. About 10:30 there was a disposi tion to cover short contracts, and a rally of 1-4 to 2 1 8 ensued, the re covery being assisted by a little steadier market for silver. At 11 o’clock speculation was steady de spite the fact that money lent at 1 8 per diem, the interest being equal to 51 5 8 per cent per annum Smelting Works May Close Down. By Southern Associated Press. Omaha, Neb. June 29.—There is a strong probability that the big Grant smelting and refining works in this city will be closed on account of the decline in silver. E W. Nash, treasurer of the company, said yes terday : “We have quit buying, and shall buy no more silver until matters take a different turn. If we cannot afford to work silver, we shall have to shut up shop.” lo Aid the Silver Market. By Southern Associated Press. St. Louis, June 29.—A special to the Republic from the City of Mexico says that the government contemplates placing an export duty on Mexican dollars in order to aid the silver market. Hung for the Murder of His Sister. By Southern Associated Press. Reading, Penn., June 29.—Pietro Buccieri was hanged here thi» morning for the murder of his sis ter Hildabertha in St. Joseph hos pital, June 23, 1892. The drop foil at 11:06. He was dead at 11:14. — Bicycle Kaces In Berlin. By Cable. "V ienna, June, 29.—The long dis tance race of the Austrian and Ger man bicyclists to Berlin began to day. The start was made from Florisdorf, four miles north of Vienna, One hundred and seven teen bicyclists started. Decided to Shut Down. By Southern Associated Press. St. Louis, June 29.—The St. Louis Smelting <fc Refining Company, one of the largest in the country, has decided to shut down work owing to the silver troubles. The imdles. The pleasant effect and perfect safety with which ladies may use the California liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, makes it their favorite remedy. To get the true and genuine article, look for the name of California Fig Syrup Co, printed near the bottom of the package. RALEIGH, N. C., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1893. PRESIDENT BLAIR’S DAY. A DELIGHiFUL SAILING PARTY GIVEN BY THE YOUNG OFFI CIALS OF THE ASSEM BLY. Capt. Denson, of Raleigh, Entertains the Teachers in Session -Other Dis cussions and Other Prominent Feat ures of the Day. Mo rehead Cm*. N. C., Jue 28. Mr. W. H. Rhodes, County Su perintendent of Jones county, open ed the Assembly with religious ex ercises. Capt. C. B. Denson, chairman Committee on Reform School, pre sented the report of the committee. He made and eloquent and touch ing plea for the hearty support of the teachers in this great undertak ing of the Assembly. He told mi nutely of the steps the committee had taken in the matter, and the As sembly by resolution endorsed the report and continuod the commit tee. President Blair then resigned the chair to Dr. J. B. Shearer, President of the College Association. President Crowell, of Trinity, was introduced, and made a most schol arly and methodical address on the subject of College Education. What Is It? This question he answered by stating that it is a process of per sonal development in the transition from youth to manhood (or woman hood) under favorable institutional arrangements, having in view both the individual and the social re sponsibilities of after life. The subject he divided into four parts: 1. The Period. 2. The Process. 3. The Conditions. 4. The Aim or Purpose. Under these heads he presented a sound argument showing the scope and plan of college work, direct and implied. At night Dr. C. R. Harding of Davidson College read a most de lightful on Sappho. The subject was treated in a pleasing way, a vein nf humor running through it and its delivery was fre quently interrupted by the applause and laughter of his heareis. The paper showed the marvellous emi nence reached by 15appo that she should have been known to the an cients as the lUtn muse ana t • poetess just as Homer was known as the poet. Her unique position as the Greek principal of a young ladies school in the centuries gone was emphasized and an inquiry course of study for these six girls, humorously described a num ber of beautiful fragments of the poetess’s verse were quoted and pleasantly compared with the love sic and airy verse of the poetaster of today. Dr. J. B. Shearer made the closing talk of the day on the value of a College Education. As only this gentleman can do h 8 held the un divided attention of his audience as he cited advantage after advantage, which the college man has over one not enjojing these advantages. NOTES. A full-dress german made things lively in the ball-room cf the great Atlanta tonight and the progress of the dance was of interest to on lookers and participants. Mr. Ed. Rombough, of Asheville, led with exquisite grace, managing the figures as an expert. The sweet music, the gracefully gowned maidens, the cavaliers clothed in sombre black, made up a panorama of shifting beauty. The couples gracing the occasion were: Miss Florence Hunt, of Milton, N. C., with Mr. Perry Cox, New Berne; Miss Emma K. Jones, New Berne, with Dr. Ohas. Jordan, Ashe ville; Miss Sue Borden, Goldsboro, with Mr. Milan Howard, New Berne; Miss Minnie Slocum, Goldsboro, with Mr. Ernest Mangum, Asheville; Miss Lillian Dillon, LaGrange, with Mr. Arthur Wooten, LaGrange! Miss Sophia Meyers, of Charlotte, with Mr. S. S. Parham Henderson; Miss Corrinna Petty, of Manly, with Mr, Carl Richardson, of New Berne; Miss Sallie Rountree, of Kinston, with Mr. J. L. Burrows, of New Berne; Miss Daisy Gillispie, of Tar boro, with Mr. Charles Holladay, of Raleigh; Miss Lettie Edmunson, of Snow Hill, with Mr. A. T. Hill, of Kinston; Miss Kathleen Bryan, of New Berne, with Mr. A. B. Hill, of Beaufort; Miss Lula Ives, of New Berne, with Mr. Bryan Shepherd, of Washington. Stags:—Rhenn, Rich ardson, Whitaker, Carroll and Flem ing. After the german Prof. John J. Blair, of Winston, gave a compli mentary sail to Miss Emma K. Jones, one of New Bern’s charming and re fined daughters. The participants in the german and numbers of other invited guests enjoyed the sail hugely. The chaperones were Gov. and Mrs. Jarvis and Mrs. B. L Perry. The biggest catch of the season of mackerel was made today by Messrs. Rombough and Jordan 345 pounds in three hours. Prof. M. C. S. Noble, the bright and brainy superintendent of the Wilmington schools, is with the teachers. Miss Minnie Deans, of Wilson, delighted her friends by putting in an appearance tonight. During the complimentary sail given Mrs. Emma K. Jones, the fol lowing original poetry was sung, complimentary, as will be seen, to Prof. Blair: We’ve had a fine sail, And one most rare, Vive T companie; And we’re all indebted To Johnnie J. Blair, Vive 1’ companie. He’s a man of energy And fall of pluck, Vive 1’ companie; We return him our thanks And wish him good luck, Vive ’1 companie. May he be miserable All of his life, Vive I’companie, Unless he takes unto Himself a wife, Vive 1’ companie The sharpies are kept busy every afternoon plying between the hotel wharf and Shackelford Banks, where surf-bathing is the attrac tion. Every convenience is now offered by the owners of the bathing houses, the greatest improvement being a complete system of shower baths. Yesterday and today the surf was pronounced “grand” by the bathers. No better facilities for successful fishing and no better fishing grounds can be found anywhere than here. All the disciples of Izaak Walton seem to have big luck while at More head. The Assembly, as it draws to a close, increases in interest. Delega tions come in every night to take the places vacated by those leaving on the morning train. E. E. B. ♦ »« A Wife Dead An Udd Explanation. Charlotte, N. C., June 29.—Spe cial. —Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Magill, wife of Mr. T. R. Magill, a promi nent citizen of this city, was found dead in the well on Mr. Magill’a lot on East Fifth street early this morn ing. When the cook reached the house to prepare breakfast, she did not find Mrs. Magill in her room, but supposed that she was some where about the house, and went on with her duties. The porter at Mr. Msgill’s store, who also does early morning chores about the house, appeared and went to the well to draw water. Then it was that the melancholy discovery was made. Assistance was at once secured from the neighbors, and Mrs. Magili’s body was drawn from the well. She was fully clothed in a JU.-W cr_; -U~.11.w1~ in. It is believed that Mrs. Magill had got up during the night and had gone to the well for a drink of writer, and that white in the act of leaning over and lowering the bucket, she was struck by the wind lass and knocked into the well. That appears to be the most reason able explanation, in view of the fact that for some time past she had been in unusually good health and spirits. She must have gone from the house after 11 o’clock, as at that hour she went to Mr. Ma gill’s, who had been writing, and said that it was tim9 to retire. The members of the household then le tired, as usual, and nothing was known of the calamity that had be fallen them until the discovery this morning. C. A. M. A uoiher Silver Mine Closes. By Southern Associated Press. Denvek, Col, June 28.—The Mollie Gibson mine at AspeD, the largest silver producer in the State, closed down yesterday and will not resume operations until the outlook for silver improves. All the big prop erties in that place have reduced their forces, five hundred men be ing discharged yesterday. A meet ing of the mine managers will be held today to consider the situation and take concerted action. Smel ters have ceased buying the ore and will confine themselves to that on hand or contracted for. i A liauk Resumes Business. By Southern Associated Press. Atlanta, June 29.—At 9 o’clock this morning the Gate City National Bank which closed its doors some months ago began paying off its depositors. There was a steady stream of depositors ail day and about SIGO,OOO was paid out. The deposits paid were all small ones, the larger depositors holding off until after the rush. The pay ment of this money is having an ex cellent effect on business. — A Slump In Wheat. By Southern Associated Press. Chicago, June 29.—A slump of over two cents per bushel in the price of wheat occurred today be fore trading had been in progress an hour. Carrying charges for 60 days are the most astonishing ever known, six cents a bushel, or about 40 per cent per annum. A Sliver Mine Suspends. By Southern Associated Press. Boise Citt, Idaho, March 29. The Wood River silver mine owners with a few exceptions have sus pended operations owing tu the fall in silver. A Vessel Lost. By Cable. Victoria, B. C., June 30.—News was received from the north last evening that the British Columbia eealer Ainoka had been lost in north ern waters. No particulars. GROVER AND HIS CABINET. AN IMPORTANT SESSION YESTER DAY ABOUT WHICH THERE IS MUCH SURMISE. Was It Regarding an Extra Session of Congress or Preparations for His Ab sence?-No New Du ring the Present Financial Crisis. By Southern Associated Press. Washington, June 29.—The consultations between the Presi dent and the members of his Cabi net today caused considerable goß sip. Secretary Larnont had a long talk with the President in the fore noon and during the time it lasted the President would see no callers. When Secretary Lamont retired the Senators and Representatives wait ing to see the President were hope ful of obtaining an audience, but Secretary Herbert appeared and he and Mr. Cleveland went into an other long executive session. When Secretary Smith relieved Herbert, there was a retreat on part of those outside the President’s doorway. Other members of the Cabinet were also closeted with Mr. Cleveland during the day. The report spread that Cleveland was consulting with reference to the advisability of calling an extra session of Congress earlier than September, but there was no foun dation for the story. There is reason to believe that Cleveland intends to leave the city within a few days for a long stay at Buzzard’s Bay, and that he and his Cabinet officers were merely arranging matters so that he could leave. A congressman is authority for the statement that Cleveland told him he would take up no new ap pointments while the financial ques tion is at such a critical point, but would continue to issue commis sions to candidates whose appoint ments had been decided on. A large number of Treasury ap pointments were agreed upon by the President and Secretary Car lisle last night, and will probably be announced Saturday. Among them are J. T. Tillman, of Tennes see, for Register of the Treasury, to succeed General Rosecrans, re signed. —.i ■ - ■ The Commercial and Farmers’ Bank. In another column will be found —-—‘ -- - — t,i the Board of Directors of the Commercial ana Farmers’ Bank yesterday, at which a semi-annual divided of four (4) per cent, was declared upon the cap ital stock of the bank, payable to stockholders of this day’s record on or after the Ist day of July, 1893. The Directors found the condition of the bank in every way satisfac tory, and considering the short time it has been opened to business, some 21 months, the showing is most ex cellent and gratifying After pay ing a dividend of four per cent, the bank will have over SIO,OOO passed to the credit of undivided profits. Arrivals at the Yarboro. C. Dowd, Charlotte; John J. Pridgen, Chas. H. West, Baltimore; Chas. McGary, Junius Parker, Dur ham; T. F. Wilson, Seaboard Air- Line; Wm. P. Bynum, Greensboro; James A. Lockhart, J. A. Teck, W T adesboro; P. D. Mulcahy, Rook Farm; A. Horne, O F. Osborn, North Carolina; Jno.F.Bronson.New l T ork; Jno. W. Holt, Mississippi; W. T. Jones, New Orleans, La.; A. A. Hicks, J. C. Hundley, Oxford; Wm. A. Guthrie, James Graves, Durham; Upton B. Sinclair, New York;M. B. Gerhouse, Aberdeen; J. D. Carroll, city; George Rountree, J. Davis, A. L. Yarth, Wilmington; Edw. L. Gennand, Baltimore; W. T. Jenny, Carthage; Theo. F. David son, Asheville; G. N. Benholdt, Bur lington; J. W. Wilson, North Caro lina; F. W. Connor. H. G. Connor, Wilson. London Stork Exchange. By Cable, London, June 29.—A very unset tled feeling prevailed at the close of the Stock Exchange. Silver securities are seriously depressed. American railroad securities are very flat. Cholera in Mecca. By Cable. London, June 29.—A dispatch from Mecca states that 650 deaths from cholera occurred in that city yesterday. This is certainly an age of mira cles, and only the willfully blind and deaf fail to recognize it. The Keeley cure for drunkenness and the opium habit is the standard. — Lynn (Mass.) Daily Press, June 6th. Captain Sweeney, U. 8. A., San Diego Cal., says: “Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy is the first medicine I have ever found, that would do me any good’” Price 50 its. Sold by King & McGee. Electropoises Are kept on hand by Miss S. A. Tillinghast, Agent of the Atlantic Electropoise Company. Write or cill at 425 North Bloodworth street, Raleigh. -—— «*»>••«■»- Don’t fail to take in the Asheville excursion next Tuesday. The most pleasant trip of the season. Train will leave Union depot at 7 o’clock a m. Round trip $3.50 only. The Georgia Central. By Southern Associated Press. Savannah, Ga., June 29.—After a brief argument this morning on the question of requiring the Georgia Central to pay rentals to the four leased lines, the Southwestern, Au gusta and Savannah, Mobile and Girari and Milledgeville and East ern, Justice Jackson issued an or der directing that these roads could take an account of the rentals, all net earnings not in excess of those sums, and if they did not desire to do so and specify it within thirty days, he ordered a receiver to turn their property back over to them. During the hearing Justice Jackson said it was to be regretted that the Hollins reorganization plan had failed as he thought, not as a Judge, but as a business man, it was the best thing for all the security hold ers and for the property. Pat Cal houn then made his motion for the removal of the receiver and appoint ment of a new one, as contained in the bill of Alexander Brown & Sons. Calhoun continuod his argument up to the time of adjournment. Inter rogations by the court indicated that it favored retaining Comer. A Vessel Seized With 000 Chinese on Board. By Southern Associated Press. Washington, D. C., June 29. Secretary Carlisle today received a telegram from Portland, Oregon, announcing the arrival there of the steamship Haytien Republic, with 500 Chinese aboard. The vessel was seized by the United States Treasury agents. Crop Exhaused. Etc (lector. Potato shipments are light now, and the crop is nearly all sold. Prices have upon the whole been satisfactory, and most of the plant ers are pleased with the result This section goes more largely into trucking every year, and is making a success of it. A Huge Pile of Cucumbers, New Berne Journal. Mr. George Henderson tolls ua of having driven out to Hackburn & Willett’s field and taking a look at their pile of cucumbers they were gathering for shipping, He says he never conceived of euch a mass of cucumbers before. The pile was head high and about as long as the Atlantic & North Carolina Railroad depot. That day Messrs. Hackburn & Willett got off 2500 boxes—five car loads. Doubtless the largest picking of them over made in the State. The vines from which they were gath ered were picked clean three days before. To Succeed Vice Admiral Tryon. By Cable. London, June 29.—Vice Admiral Sir Michael Culane Seymour has been appointed to succeed vice Ad miral Tryon. In the examination held in Wil son June 28th, for Congressman Woodard’s appointment to West Point, Mr. W. P. Wooten, of LaGracge, first with Mr. F. L. Carr, of Greene county, second. Both these gentlemen have been students at the State University, Mr. Wooten having just received the degree of Ph. B. at this com mencement magna cum laude. He was considered, and justly, one of the best students and ath letes at the University, and will ably sustain the brilliant reputation made for North Carolina by Messrs. Howell and Johnston. The exam ining committee consisted of Messrs. Wm. T. Dortch, J. I. Foust aud Dr. Greene. Does he Drink ? Almost the first question that is asked of a person applying for a po sition is, “Does he drink?” This is a very proper one too, for no man can properly attend to his own bus iness, to say nothing of another’s, if he drinks. Fortunately for this generation every man can answer in the negative if he will. Dr. Kee ley’s great remedies will euro every inebriate. Fortunately, too, these remedies are in convenient roach of every one in the State. At Greens boro and at Rocky Mount are insti tutes that have cured hundreds and hundreds of those who were unfort unately addicted to strong drink. The warmest endorsers are those who have tried the remedy and know whereof they epc-ak. There is not a man among them that will not ad vise his friends to try the Keeley cure. w Japanse Pile Cure is an unfailing cure for every kind and stage of the disease. Guaranteed by John Y. Mac- Rae. Itching, burning, scaly and crusty scalps of infants cleansed and healed, quiet sleep restored by Johnson’s Orien tal Soap. Sold at John Y. Macßae’s. WOOD’S I’IIOSPIIOIiIN Jtii The Great English Remedy. M Promptly and permanent ly cures all forms of Nervous Weakness, Emissions, Sperm atorrhea. Impotence and all effects of Abuse or Excesses. Been prescribed over 35 years In thousands of cases; is the only reliable and Hon est Medicine known. Ask. druggist for Wood’s Phos _ j Aft,* Phodise; if he offers some | Sfcjore end AIJUP. worthless medicine In place of this, leavo his dishonest store. Inclose price in letter, and we will send by return mall. Price, one package. St; six. *5. One will please, six will cure. Pamphlet in plain sealed envelope. 2 stamps .Address THE WOOD CHEMICAL CO.. U.i. .» 131 Woodward avenue, Detroit. alien. Slid in Raleigh and everywhere by by druggists Klcgant Kntertalnment. The lawn in the rear of the post office was brilliantly illuminated last evening being the scene of an elegant garden party given under the auspices of the King’s Daugh ters for the benefit of the Mission Fund. Delightful ices, cakes and fruits were served to a large num ber of ladies and gentlemen and the proceeds were very handsome. The Pythian Band furnished excellent music throughout the entertain ment. To Brace I d the system after “La 1 ’ pneu monia, fever, and other prostrating acute diseases; to build up needed flesh and strength, and to restore health and vigor when you feel “run down” and used-up, the best thing in the world is Doctor Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery. It promotes all the bodily functions, rouses every organ into healthful action, purifies and enriches the blood, and through it cleanses, repairs, and in vigorates the entire system For the most stubborn Scrofulous, Skin or S::alp Diseases, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, and kindled ailments, the “Discovery” is the only remedy' that’s guaranteed. If it doesn’t benefit or cure, you have your money back. Can you think of an) thing more con vicing than the promise that is made by the proprietors of Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy? It is this: ‘lf we can’t cure your Catarrh, we’ll pay you S>soo in cash ” .. , /\Powaerj Msolafely Pure A cream of tartar baking powder Highest of all in leavening strength — Latest United States Governmen Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 108 Wall St.. N. Y. CLOSING OPT Goods in Glass —at— STRONAOH’S 18c. WORTH 25c. Crosse & Blackwell’s Preserves, 3 Ja r s for 50c. 18c. WORTH 25c. C. and B. Orange Marmalade, 3 Jars for 50c. 30c. WORTH 50c. Heinlz Peach Preserves. 30c WORTH 50c. 2- Jars Preserved Ch a rries and Plums. 18c. WORTH 25c Stephen’s Strawberry conserves, 3 Jara for 50c. 50c. WORTH 75c. 3- Jars Preserved Blackberries and Plums 3 lb Jara 35c. WORTH 60c. 2-lb Jars Preserved Blackberries and Raspberries. 50c. WORTH 75c. 3 ib Jars Citron Tomato 3-lb Jars, Blackberry and Raspberry Preserves. 80c. WORTH $1.25, Gorden & Dilwerth’s Preserved Straw berries—Qt. Jars. SI.OO WORTH $1 50. G. k D. Raspberry and Red Currant Jams—J gal. Jars. 3 sc. WORTH 25c. 1-lb Jars-Pure Fruit Jellite—2-lb Jars. 18c. WORTH 25c. Mixed Pickles, Gherkins and Chow- Chow. 25c. WORTH 40c. Sweet Mixed Pickles—Pt. Jars. 40c. worth 60c , Sweet Mixed Pickles, Qt Jars. 60c. worth 75c, Crosse & Blackwell’s Chow Chow, Qt. Jars. 35c. worth 40c., Crosse & Blackwell’s Chow-Chow and Girkins. 40c. worth 60c. Gordon & Dilworth’s Tomato Catsup Full Qnarts. 25c. worth 40c, Peerless Tomato Catsup. 17c’ worth 25c, Qa. Stand ard Tomato Catsup 10c. worth 15c., Pts. Gem Tomato Catsup. 40c worth 60c., Gordon k Dilworth’s Salid Dress ing. 40c woruh 60c.—25c. worth 36c , Dur&ee’s Salad Dressing. 1.5 c. worth 25c , Guld ns Salad Dressing. Evaporated and Dried Fruits. Patras’ Cleaned Currants, 1-lb. pckgs 10c. Sul tana Ready Prepared Raisins, l ib. Pckgs 15c Zante Currants, 2 lbs for 15c. Extra Dessert Ruisins, 5 lb. bxs. SI.OO. Evaporated Ring Appples. 10c. lb. Extra Sun-Dried Peaches, 15c. 2 lbs for 25c, Fancy Uupared Evaporated Peaches, 25c. lb worth 35c. Extra London Layer Raisins, 15c. lb. worth 25c. Polished Pecan Nuts, 15c. lb. Brazil Nuts 2 lbs for 25c. BACON SPECIALS. Best Sugar Cn’ed Shoulders, 12$c lb. Boneless Breakfast Bacon, 16c. lb. Sugar Cured Hams for Baking, 16 2-3 c. lb, Sugar Cured HamS* for Broiling, Ls.\ lb. F. F. V. Virginia Hams, 18Jc. lb. W. C. & A. B. STRONACH, Wholesale and Retail Grocers, ltaleigh, N. C. QkttS&mte w «tc , [Pk S. BIGGS, Manager, Raleigh, N. NO, 15