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r ESTABLISHED if . T- . 1. rot ary otty-r is 1 raiiK - "j1t.-M lit'.- i- tl R It i- .l..ul.lt'ul ... " U.St r-fii-i. .-i-l v. WC ln'i-t "m politic, we must i-maii' ij:st- "" 'hL ,MMlies ,!"' '-lavti-v; "f wMTTiCi'l disease, t niu.-t i'n . ir miiids from ihe spell which orniHV hits east over them, we in -I liht rate their souls from the .1 hes ' sin. Onlv in this way wili humanity lie;uk n to the. drum l:it -f pf'Lfre-s ami, realizing in tt -it t-oun.l ii f"LI destiny and duty, "teii ' h.i ( oming of that tlioiisanl .(' jK'iM'e long :i'!' promised ol I. IK in. lr. P. H. Hj lir "When a student of ' l.i- 1 ni.-r-.-ity, Mr. Jos. V,. liael,.! : !' Ksil eigh, was the valeili-o.; i.n. 1 his class. This year hi u Mr. Frank Iintchelor, enjoys ihe same .li.-tinction. lie ma.ie the closing speech on the theme, " The Scholar In 1'olitics." Tin scholar is not a man who liosscs, hut he has had a large share in the progress of the world. In our day then- is still much work h ft for the scholar. Through the ignorance of voters, politics has heroine corrupt, the object of service is party and not the natiiMi. It should he the laltor of the scholar to correct this evil. Jt may he that his ellorts to do so will keep him from holding high of fice, hut he cannot afford to pur chase success with dishonesty. l'.s pecially is the scholar needed in North Carolina. Great as her vic tory has heen she nevertheless does not occupy tin; positions which she should. The University should re ceive tin; hearty support of the State as long as education is oppos ed in North Carolina. So long will this State sutler from stagnation. The University demands tin; sup port of the State, and if it is given she promises a rich return. Mr. S. C. Thompson. Mr. S. C. Thompson, of Sih-r Cit v, had for his sullied, "St. Paul at tin-Council of Jerusalem." Tin councils of Nice. Constance and tin IV. I 1 1 uici oi Worms, are landmarks which mark f poehs in the Christian Church, consequently in the world proirris. They mark the triumph of CJriristian Illicit v and indiidual ircyPdom over uiiiiclict ami y lturcli rranv, Athanasius, Huss ana feM", the heroes. Council of Jcrusulciu, tin council of tlw- Church ' hvhich then with a rpl adoption suhse.pi. nt ,. -at or i'( journ.,iST ...... i ""l":usecoml only to aitrshe Messiah hold ts the chain A bea H'' s,aml ,i he ceremonial :"ry .ns of the lath pleafj.,,.,. (t- lhis 1(1 tenfjnr n-ligion, th at lurch lihert v. 1 1. wins the v ictorv!1''8- 1' estahlisheil the reality otiiiT7 trinity tor Athanasius. set forth the Curb- tian spirit fin- lluss, wrought out the Keformation principle for Luther. He not rrily made possiliie the vic tories Jhich they achieved, hut secured yet other vii-tories. lie hroke down the wall of Jewish ex clusi v'ness. The result was theblend ing Jewish faith, (ireck culture and Roman polity into the Christian civilization of the nineteenth cen tury. He secured a victory for those principles which have already abolished the institution of slavery, and made the brotherhood of the race no longer si philosopher's dream, hut a realized fuct. Aliena tion from his race, the forfeiture of his natural aspirations, his nntoid fuiferiiigs from the sincerety of his purpose, modern civilization, vvi its enlightment and missionary ze is a livini; witness of his ac inents. Mr W. If .Mr. W. II. Wills. cfJPTTisi.oro spoke on An Iisl' View of ijun. The social -.-rffrelv a l'.Uh centurv prohlem The question trouhled peoe'-- -i lit m ii s ago and in tv iniddl. ages. People attempt-! -.1 to solve it hy centering all in the spirits teniporial empire of the l'ope. Individual Freedom was achieved at the time of the Reforma tion and modern society has been re-adjusted on the hasis" of individ ualism. The ordinary socialist seeks to put everything under the control of the State wants to go hack to the middle age idea. The social staus is a spontaneous grow th in harmony w ith conditions. Law cannot bring about temperance re form, or any other reform. These re questions for the moral rcfor r, and he must achieve results -y working not with laws but with men. The following graduates prepared hes winch were not read: IV. .1. Andrew s, of Uslei'di : "( )nr j ..... .... e ; hat are we to i o- " . U.Ashe, of lialeigh: "Schil- Persouality in his Poems." . M. Lall, of Greensboro: "Ideal King." T. L. Cunninggim, of Hill: "Italian Keforiners' G. II. Currie, of Clarkton : "Lu ther at the Council." 1. Dalryinple, of Jonesboro : "The Youngest of Sciences. K. W. J-.ason, of Selina: "The 1 in ning Point in English History 1. M. r lemming, of lslei,rli: '(reek lOducation." t.. M. trahani, of Hillsboro: "Ideals." 1 . (.. (.raham, of Hillsboro: "The Industrial Future of the South;" J. V . Lewis, of Kutherfordton : "Inter State Uond I. R. McKethan,of FayettevilT; i Su i C.i't.virc. Ransom, of )e"eneracy of Fiction. Rev. .la?. E. Fognrtie, A. IJ., . , t ....... e f o receivea Hie aegrei; oi --v. ...,te.l :i thesis on "Herbert Spencer's Reconciliation of Science and Religion on the Iiasis of the Unknowable." Merfnlt. Awarded. Mailt, medal, F. C. Mebane, Moral Science medal offered by D. (i. Worth, r . II. JJatciieior. (ire. A- Prize J. C. Piggs. Kerr Prize, in Advanced Geoh- i i - i .. : - ry t . .1 . . J " Hum.- K-sty medal, W. A . Ashe. Repi cm dativ.t medal to G. . Connor. Willie P. Manguin medal to .... . W. W. Davis, with .V J.ryan ana H. Patchalor, honoralde men tion. T. I): WAKE FOREST GETS $25,000, WAKE COMES DOWN WITH THE STUFF. RUSSIA'S LATEST ATTACK ON JEWS, ii kk .miissh)m:ks am .H AtilSTR ATKS A IM'ROPUI ATK f-J,0H I'ltlt II KR PART OFTIIE EXPO SITION ri'MH. THE CZAR IS TliYIXG TO CRUSH TTiE HEBREW A SD CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS. C. 1 l'T.S TR OX. I ( II S f 'C -EEDS m CART. WILLIAMSON POOR WEE1MN II EHR Kn WIN IlERLIN. M It. A. C. yl K it K r;, t!l' I.IMI- ui:rt, i.ewes i.arce I.EiCIES TO DIFFER. EST ISTI ri.'TION'S. LSO CUES $ I. ,) TO A HA l'TIST S JnoL IX LUMUERToX. An Chu'i 'mm it of the Comity Ronril of ( '(tiitmissitiiirrs ; Hoard oj Kiliiriitiou Elected inn Oilier Jlnsi'iiexs Triiiisncteil. The County Commissioners met early Monday morning and trans acted the usual routine business till the hour for their joint session w ith the Justices of Wake. At 12 m. at the Court House the Magistrates met and were called to order by Mr. R. G.Dunn, who was made permanent chairman. Joint Session of Commissioners and -I assist rates. On takimr the chair, Mr. Dunn W hile London Society iu its tiay- ety Prepare lor ResortiiiR--Iloineless Jews Perib. Lomhiv, June 0. While royalty is planning excursions and enjoy inents, and showing its inner exist- ence in the i (accural iriai, doiiiu j witnessing misery not equalled in .... - many years. llus is partly tine to the influx of Hebrew refugees from Russia, and greatly also to the high price ot the necessities oi ine. uie municipal autnoriues are nuraiy ible to meet the demands of their local destitution with- HONEST DEMOCRATS STAND THE TEST. REPl'BLICAN PERSECrrOHS XI ST0 ELSEW UERE TO FIS1 MEN WHO VIO LATE ELECTION L.S. THE WAR REX COUXT1' CAX VASSERSXOT GUIL TV. Mi I'll o ii -anti wonars I or tin r.ii- lovineiit ol tlift ArcI aud In firm, and 5(H For the Fe male I'ni verxit y . Mr. A. C. Melke, of Lumberton, who died recently 111 AsheviIIc, be- ipieatlied large legacies to several of I the most prominent charitable in- titutions in the State. In his will he leaves twenty-five thousand dollars to ake Forest College, it to be use as a part of the endowment fund. He left also fifteen thousand dol lars for the establishment of a first class Paptist school in Lumberton. Six thousand dollars goes to the endowment ot a home for the aged and inlirined ministers. Five hundred dollars was the part left for the Baptist Female Univer-sety. He also left a large sum to the Paptist Orphanage at Thoniasville and other (jiaitable objects. He was a noble Christian man and exceedingly phihlLthopic. oi-.l.-i-eil the Secretary to inform tin (' mUsioners that they had met, UI giving aia 10 me unnappy .. i ti... ;,.;..t exiles from Russian Barbary. Pri- vate t-naniy is ansoiuieiy nnaon to deal with the exigency, although requests to the benevolence ot the Perliners are made almost daily The misery of the expelled Jews is indescribable. Most of them are anxious to go to South America and especially Prazil, for which country, it is said, they have free tickets, but they have no idea of the state of things there and arc almost destitute. A singular feature of the arrivals lately has been tin flight from Russia of a number of Roman Catholics along with tin: Jews. The Roman Catholics arc mostly Poles. mm in. The Commissioners arrived soon after, and noon the roll call licin" ordered, 7'J responded and the business of the meeting began by ihe fiviinr the tax lew for the fiscal j year. The matter, alter fixed as follows: Tax for county purposes 20 cts. m the 1M valuation of real ami iiersonal nronertv, and CO cts. i i i - on the poll. Schedules 1. same as levied by State on subjects mentioned in said schedule. Cant. Stroiiat li Succeeds Capt. Wil liamson . The election of two commission ers then came up to fill the vacan- cussion, was IS THE APPROPRIATION CONSTITUTIONAL? They report that the persecution cies caused by the "resignation of B. I of the Jews has been accompanied 1. Williamson and '1.1. Hunt. I whose pastors have in several in- rhese vacancies were filled by the I stances Russia by severely oppressive election of Messrs. W. C. Stronach measures against the Roman Cath- and J. I). Allen. I olics been imprisoned on frivolous The New Hoard of Education. I charges; that churches are a bitrnri- The election of a Hoard of Kdu- ly closed, and, tempting mduce- ... . i. i - .i I l. i.i c ... ... cation for Wake resillteil in ineiioenis jieio ma mi- conversion 10 orthodoxy. A degree is under con sideration by the Russian counsel of state wlm h will stump out the Jewish religion in Russia, so far as any open worship is concerned. This decree is drawn up by M. Pobiedonoslheh", the resolution was then introduced procurator of the holy synod and personal advisor ot the Czar in his crusade airainst the Jews. It pro vides as a new ecclesiastical ordi nance, that Jews shall be forbidden to observe the Hebrew Sabbath by closing their shops or other com mercial establishments or manufac tories on Saturdays, and ordering election of Messrs. AV. R. Wom- ble. W. C. Brewer and A. C. Olive. Mr. L. 1). Stephenson re siirnce as a member of the board before the election took place, and spoke in favor of the candidate: elected. THAT QUESTION HAS BEEN R1SEI IN RE'.; A It I) TO I HE NTER-S TATE QUESTION FOR THE AT mVi'RXE r GENERA L. The Social problem not I" 1. u r niirv,.; Chapel The Alliance Men ol Meckleiihiirg are Coinins to Ihe luter. State Fx niisitifii, Crop or No rop. (J-l'oaial Cor. .S-ate r,-.-fto . r.K ) 1Iiipi.-hi.-11 V. ('..June ,"(,'1)1 V..... ...... ...... I...l.;...l hi' their w. rl- A III ,111. I 111 I lllli" nml !i little lor.;ii 1 1 pect for a ci-oi-old Merkl- nl.M.j iTood c.-iff and thousc,,! ,llW-a. C?I.'00) for the -.- .1 : . i' ii i 'x positive u,,u appointea ne fv loHiiMiijis m i iie t collect articles for theex- u'. . . ... "fl-oif. and J think you can count on a goo.t showing trom tlie west this fall, but lo ami behold, like the Suli-Treasury, the appropriation is ind the ohl bisi ,., J o the y. 'i lateu one declared to be unconstitutional if all the counties in State have done like Mecklenburg, there will 1m1 a sum ami worth examining into the constitutionality of the thintr. If the amount can't be used -from our county it is to be used in purchas ing a new rock crusher for the county convicts. ! The Farmers' Alliance has been on a Doom ever since lion. ien Terrell visited our section. Far mers, supported by that faith, ex pect to turn out this fall at the (irand Exposition in Raleigh en masse and have a good time, crop or no crop. I. Sruixos D.vyinsox. A CiiuoxiCLE reporter was de tailed to interview the Attorney General as to the question raised in Mecklenburg about the constitu tionality of tin; appropriation to the Inter-State Exposition. But he was out of the city and we could not get hisopinion. It w ill Ik; very unfortunate if it should lie held to be unconstitutional. calling attention to the bad condi tion of the indices to the books in the office of the Register of Deeds and instructing the County Coin missioners to take such steps as would remedy the matter. This was adopted after a Ions' and heat ed deliate. Wake at the Exposition. Ihe matter ot the county s ap propriation lo the Inter-State Kx nosition was then brousrht up and the Governor's letter and also tin circular issued by the Farmers' Al- lianeu -hrough President Elias Carr WiiS 1 . 'ii read. Mr. Alt". A. Thompson addressed the meeting in this behalf, explain ing the many reasons why Wake should make a liberal appropriation and saying there would be Ihou sands ot people here trom all over fl. : nite,; States to see wbat our natural rcsoi-uti-cs wre. He comparer our great advan tages over oftWv sections and said that yet it wis a fact that our land six inilelfroin the city could be L.'iijJn't for &7 per acre, while the erile land in other less favored sections sold at $H0. The county would lie greatly benefitted more so perhaps than any other, ltecause all these people came right to our doors and could see our resources. It was moved that the county of Wake appropriate $2,000 for the Inter-State Exposition. Senator A. C. Green spoke in advocacy of the measure. He did not wish old Wake to go up as a "one gallussed fellow" but to do the handsome thing. He did not think lialeigh should hear the brunt and do it all hi' hoped the Justices would vote this appropriation with out a dissenting voice, etc., etc. The motion was adopted, and Wake Couniy made the appropria tion. Mr. Green thought it would be a good idea to have photograpie view s ol all the water powers and other natural resources ot the same na ture taken to lie shown, ana adver tised at the Exposition Speakinir of the s;ood effect it would have in aid ing our people to dispose of their lands etc. The meeting then ad journed. A very interesting statement was made by Chairman ot Commission ers Xorris during the meeting as to the finances of the county and their healtv condition. He stated that there was now in the hands of the Mieritt ami County .treasurer an amount exceeding $10.OO(l. It Was a Case ot Persecution but the Chronicle Knew the Test Weald Prove it. The Warren County election case came up in the Federal Court last week. It was a clear cae of Republican prosecution, for the whole Warren county canvassing, hoard was indicted for not counting the returns of Sandy Creek town ship since it was illegal. It was done in 18-S, and not until now was it thought of by the federal authorities. The clerk of the Superior Court of the county delivered the returns over to the county and the trial was begun Friday after a demurer was over-ruled. Mr. A. S. Webb was called again to the witness stand and, being questioned, said: "My motive in voting to reject the Sandy Creek precinct returns was that 1 desired to comply with the law as I under- i 1 ' . T 1 . 1 1 .1... SIOOU 11. A UU J1UI KUOW JH( 111C other members of the board voted. it having been two years and a half ago. Mr. J. T. Northcott and other members of the canvassing board were sworn and when asked similar questions answered to the same effect. The defense then rested the case, and the prosecution nol prosed as to Col. Mayfiehl, II. C. Mosely and R. II. Ford, members of tin Board. The latter was the canvas ser from the Warrenton lox, which was the' only stuffed ballot-box in the county, as more votes were de posited than appeared on the poll-books. Col. T. C. Fuller opened the ar gument for the defense, show ing eon. clusively that the accused actrd to the liest of their knowledgi of the law. Mr. W. A. Mont gomery followed Col. Fuller with the speech of his life, and complete ly wound up the ease for the defense. This argument, both as to law and facts, was so conclusive that the jury found nodifficulty in rendering a verdict. These gentlemen were most ably assisted by Messrs G. II. Snow, Busbee & Busbee, C. M. Cooke, W II. Day, M. II, Palmer, Marsden & J. D. Bellamy, Jr., Col. A. M. AV ad- dell and Geo. Roundtree. Mr. Russel presented the only HE WOBLFS COMMEKCF. (By The United Prw. New York, June C Messrs Iubbard, Price and Company, in their cotton circular to-night, say : The LiverjKK.1 market opened 1-C4 ligher, but by 1 o'clock the im- iroeement was lost and the near o- itions were especially weak and at her lower than last evening. The difference between June ami July delivery is 3.32, equivalent to Hut 16 ioints in our market. Our market has not failed to appre- iate the consequences that these facts disclose, and has declined about i points on the new crop jositions, ind 7 to H on the near, closing weak. Receipts at jorts to-day estima ted at 2,000 bales, against 5,282 bales last week, and 217 luiles the same week last year. Spot market is quiet at former notations; middling uplands 8J; lies 73 bales. Transactions in futures to-day 30,000 bales. Futures closed steady, one to four points lower, as follows: June Jniy August September . . . October November December.. . . January February March April OKCKEASK IN CIRCULATION. 4l .ill. i argument made for the poseeution them, on the other hand, to close tl , , 1 , . -i ! ,., o Judge Seymour charged the piry their places ot business on Sundays . ? . . , B J i i- . i,,i .T in a lair ana impartial manner am mi fttlwii v.l i rn kll TticTU'iiU ot till. I X orthoilov fi.Itli. allLI ""ii- out oiuy eigiu, uuuuirc - - ' - - I - 1 ,, , they returned, a verdict or "not guilty." There being so much interest in this case in AVarren county, Mr. M J. Hawkins, AV. A . Long, S. 1 Arrington, B. M. Collins, AV. Ii AViggins, John II. Bullock, who are some of her best citizens came down to encourage the bov The Chronicle hopes that next The Net Falling iu Figures Amounts to Over Twenty Five Million. Highest of all in Leavening ?o cr. Latest U. S. Govt Report. 8 5n 51 8 5758 H 6rt 6i 8 77-7 8 84-8i 8 9J-93 8 V) t) 9 07-08 a tc 9 23 - 21 9 31-3i Cotton. City. Kale i Tone. Market., ltect. Galveston... iE.iy 7 9-18 Norfolk 270 luil 8 3 8 190 Baltimore Noiu'l 8 3-4 Koaton Quiet 8 3-4 34 Wilmington Noiu'l 8 1-4 !i8 Philadelphia Quiet 9 1-4 2ti savannah . . 170 Quiet 8 3-1G 3 7 New Orleano 135!) Quiet 8 1-4 343 Mobile 200Lull 8 1-4 110 Memphis ... 2 OiSteady 8 1-4 C3 Augusta... 198'Qinet 8 1-2- Charleston.. 1(H) Quiet 8 1-4 ShO Cincinnati.. KKlisieadv 8 7 8 101 St. Ixmia 2-2 Qui-t 8 5 1C 110 Louisville I Weak 8 7-8 Liverpool spot cotton closed dull; middling uplands 4d; sales ... hales. Futures closed easy MI i iiiirii :henck DR. SCHENCK S r1 fell EAWEED TONIC Ii I'uciiiTe Cur for DYSPEPSIA STANOAIO FOR OVER HALF A CENTURY Onr IndiiraBli.a, ,nr Floni. h. !lnrt. l-urn, KUklitli-nr.il. Vli-, n.l all If -... .f tl Sl.iowfa ; r.aUfruMt, luflaimil"fi. 1 iimiThtim, lil, and linumllW lkli. 4'.ti:iti4in, !ti IUu -. JauutlK-v. NanH, llwla-), UhKlllima, irriHMinM, Ufrtuft rli. Min, l.mr i'fHiiluul, uil all Iiimm rtaing frmu a tiigral an.l Sluitih l.tr. They i-nui tk aiuixnit cxMils, cHlnr fCirKt iaf cit'ic!.! cva.lt DR.SCHENCKS pulhomic syrOp Will Cmo. ttm. trak up slul-Uira r-iiii.tt-a1ttiia. r- f r f t I nc fr.. healthy a. tl..u i.- tU.w.i,..,J w w . , . . ,1... a . . . ... An.l All llu.-.-l Ilia Ami all Diaorder f tho Ti-and atniiiKtb. Thy ra TMWOT AND UN6I .liY Orcanii. ll U ''t-ia It i. -l"ai.l I.. Ill a Virri4Hirutirt or StniiKth- rUHtLT VtULTAoLt., and u-l i.uilaiu a faMt. U 4-tiiniC Mislirinn, and may I CTO ' C"l V Qr iaqi f til iinm r ml Uiiiig lutuil t.ikn with It-n-fit in all -a ' " V.l-T nCL.IMDL.C, . , i. th li.l miIi M l ..f lability. ur Sal- ly all L ,';BSO LUTEL? SAFE. " "" '" ll" l.r(..U liUKKiU rriir.tl ll-l ll- I li iHu.-tl.i. ril.l' ll.i lr. S. Iit-iii-k'a Ni- H.M.k F..r Sal I t all Itriieei.ta Prl.-. W rt. rl-nl lt s. !. k . Iv.., on I.uiik, Livir and Sluuiai Ii -r li ; 3 Ui for W la . nr ani I " e..iiuiii.(i--ii - I Ma .. nmi l-d frt. Addr.aa, mull. Htatu fiiM( tut ovi-ipl of i . . iiaild f , A I It.- Or.J.H Schinck A Son. Phita. lr. J. II S iirn. k i l'uiia.l-ldtt. l a Or. J H ichtnea A iun.riiila U A 4. m B. fmn dat of Uilaapr. Wl.lilna to tntrndix-af Mr laa briH alv KaaW m m 0 and niakd nrw ruaumu-ra. liat r ilrcuM tiua .tblB apvcial oOer hnd uaatitur)of Tourlf i.rany mi'nitw-r of "iir laniilr, lniii..r 'd.-ad. and we will make you aLIFESlZKClLATON rOITKAlTrKlk OW CUAMOK. provided yon eibibii it lo your fiionda aa a aanipla i.f our work, and uao your Inaiii iM Iu MH-urtnti ui I'lace name and addreat on baw-k ol pirtur and It will b rrturncl m K-rftct ordrr V ie in picture you wiahnotlntertVi-Hiii wiib thai llknaa. Iit(er to any Hank lit Nw Votk. IFIO CRAYON POWTWAIT MOUII Broadway Thoatra B'laa MEW VOMK. The Citv Cotton Market. Kaleioh, N. C, Jmio C - 6 M Good Middling Strict Middling Untdlinx Strict low middling li()tf middlinir S lain u iVinrkct weak. H Italeisli Tobacco MarUet. jKepouted by T. N. Jones & Co.) IUleigh, N. C, Jaue 6 FILLFKS -Common 4X to 0 Good 6 to 8 Fine 8 to 18 SMOKKRS Common 5 to 1 Good 7 to 9 Fine 9 to 15 CUTTERS-Common 12 to 15 Good 15 to 25 Fine 25 to WRAPPERS Common 15 to 20 Good 26 to 35 Fine 35 to rtO VAN YItiKLE GIN AND MACHINERY CO. ATLANTA. OA., and DALLAS. TEX. MANrriCTVBKRa or Cotton Gins. Feeders. Condensers and Presses. COTTON-SEED OIL MILLS, ICE MACHINERY, SHAFTING, PULLEYS, WIND-MILLS, TANKS, PUMPS, ETC. Read! Read! Read! New York Petroleum Market. Ntw York. June 5. There wan not single tracaaction in crude oil certificates to-day, although maay brokers were Kth ered around the oil pit. The closing iuo- tationa for National pipe line are ana me nominal force ol Buckie la lu. New York Money Market. Niw Yzm, Juno 6. M;cey loted at 3 per cnt. Kxchanere closed ateady; posted rates 4 8'4.89; actual rates 4.M tor to days and 4 Si for demand. Government bonds closed steady: currt-ncv tixea 1.H9 bid; lours (coa ponsi l.vuJSi lour-and-a-I nai:s ; coupons ) l.uu biu. LIQUID ENAMEL PAINT. Has heen in the M.rLtrt 22 yean. Mixed Heady Ve. Anyonceau Aily It. BftRGAIIIS 5 WALL PAPER I Hi: I.AIIVIHT .! HIT I tt I I U .TIM K of Mall P.ra in Hlulxlnlpliia, -hub Mil I., fba otmaumnr at rli4liMl pno. Hani- ?a9B?CT T ulna mnl U all Iart tlw ITniUwl HtatM W C k p ar-"H4nil fwaaiiil.aii!riuiariHjr(oii4Nand mnmm stU.r. UtlAOi Mi n. KILLLn, ran 4bai.i-Mia.ra, A HOME INDUSTRY. - "Washixgtox, D. C, June 4. A statement prepared at the. Treas ury Dcpartmi'iit shows that there was a net 1 crease of $25,038, o24 in circulation durinp; the month of time Republicans wish to find men . May, the principal item of which for violation ot the election law . was $1 0,7C(',4GO of gold certificates, they will know where to lind them There was also a decrease in the circulation of "old coin standard silver dollars, silver certificates, United States notes and national bank notes. The only item of in crease was $484,710 in subsidiary liver and $ 1,092,020 in Treasury notes During the same period there was CUIL.OFORI IS LINE Commissioners Authorized to Help iu the State Exposition. , i 4 n -iVppc: frage." Chas. S. Hill: "The il A gainst Human Sui 1 Mam lllll, of Cll.fefr-l Diet of JaJn'tanaii- One Dollar Weekly. ltuys a good Gold watch by our Club System. Our 14 Karat patent stiffened Gold cases are warranted for 20 vears. AVahham or Eljxin J v ' movement reliable and well known. Stem wind and set. Hunt ing or open face. Ladies or Gent's size, r-ciual to an . watcn. e sell one of these watches for $28 cash, and send to any address C. O. D., with the privilege of examination, on receipt of 1.00. Our agent in Durham, X. C, writes : "Our jewelers have eon fessed they don't know how you can furnish such work for the money." "Watches exchanged. One good reliable agent wanted in each place. Write for particu lars. Empiue Watch Co. 48 and 50 Maiden Lane. iny New York KE MEMBER THE "HOME." Mr. M. O. Shcrrill Makes a Pica lor the Old Soldiers. (Special C -r. 8.aei iikonicle.) aow mat the "i tome is an established fact will not all who are able lend a helping hand, either in money or something else t A num ler of old soldiers are now in the Home and other applications on file. In order to make this 'Home" indeed and in truth, these men must be previded for. lhere are a nunilier of men and women in North Ci ready to give to th attention is called to the necessity of the case. When I was can vassing for the "Home" a nuniUer of persons promised to help "when ever a Soldiers' Home was an ?s- tablished fact." Therefore I fidently expect them to respond, s x ours iruiy, M. O. SiiKRim.i Ne''n, ' iJune 31, "Jl. (Workman's Account ot Magistrate's Meeting ) A resolution was offered by 15 Davidson that the county commis i net decrease of $14,714,723 in sioners be and are hereby a utlior- the money and bullion in the Treas- ized to make such appropriation as ury. There was a decrease of $2G,- ney may teem proper as to the 843.704 in rold coin and &.504..V24 Industrial Exhibition at lialeigh m i n Tr- -7 i . . . . - in subsidiary silver. There was an October and .November, 18U1. Lar increase of $4,415,939 in standard rind. silver dollars, $2,854,121 in Treas- Raltimor Prod ace Market. Cotton cloeed dull; middling uplands, rLOUR Closed dull; Howard etrect and Wentern super 3.85S.95; do extra 4.224 C5; do. do. family 4 155.15; winter wheat patent 5 255.50; spring wheat pat ent B.oii(C3.a; ao. rto. straiirtit a.ooro io. WHFjAX Closed eauv; ;or. 2 red spot t OHJ; June 119. routhcrn dull; Fultz 1.U5A8I.09; Lougbeirv 1 07fll.i0 CO.HN firm: miz-d tpot MG5; June Southern dull; whiuCoOli; yellow 65aCG. OA I - Closed firmer; T- o. a white west ern 51-5; No 2 EKed wb ern si 3. ky k uiosea steaay; no. z aa. PliO VISIONS Closed steady; mess pork Id 12X0: new 13.00; bulk meats, looae sboulders 5; long clear 6; clear rib sides sugar-pickled shoulders snsfar-cured smoked shoulders 7; haus, L,liD Kehnod 8 COVE EE- Closed dull; fair liio cargo s clfGAK- Closed dull: granulated 4. W HisKE t Closed quiet at 1.221.V4. Wilson, N. C, Sept, 8, lSTii. Mit CP Knight. Baltimore, Md.; Dear Sir In reply to your letter as to the merits of the Liquid Enamel i'amt, it aff oi ds nie pleasure to say it has i veil eutire satisfaction, so much bo it has converted the painter that applied it, and also others who were very skepti cal when it was being applied. In fact, the opposition to it was so intense when I was about to buy, I should have likely bought lead and oil had I not have known you so many years and having great confidence iu ymir integ rity. Yours trulv, li. K. COTTEN. ury notes, $1,110,872 ih United States notes, $1,133,730 in national bank notes, $1,542,256 in gold bul lion, $1,021,677 in silver bullion. The circulation June 1st is stated it $1,504,278,509 and the Treasury holdings on the same date $601,- 93-8,770. lie n. Longstreet Very Low. (By The United Press ) Catarrh Can't be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of disease. Catarrh is a blood or coiistitiitianal disease, and in order to cure it you have to take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally; and acts directly on the. blood and mucous surfaces. Hall s Ca tarrh Cure is no quack medicine. It was prescribed by one tit the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription. It Nkw oi:k, June 6. General is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the In-st blood puri fiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in cur ing catarrh. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists. 1'rice 75c. 11 .1 I . I- T -V 1 I . n in ner, oi xjanvine, a., wiio is in this city received a telegrom last night informing him that his old friend, Gen. James Longstreet, was very low, and that he was not ex pected to live through the night 1 lie despatch came from Gains- ville, Ga. SUMMER Y MUSIC- LEMON ELIXIR. Pleasant, Elegant, Reliaui f. For biliousness and constipation take Lemon Lhxir. For fevers, chills and malaria. take Lemon Elixir. h or sleeplessness- nervousness CLASSIC CHOICE --.POPULAR. ami palpitation oi tne heart, take Lemon Elixir. For indigestion, and full stomach, take Lemon Elixir. For all sick and nervous head aches, take Lemon Elixir. Ladies, for natural and thorough organic regulation, take Lemon Eli xir. Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir will not fail you in any of the aliove named diseases, all of which arise iler ot men and from a torpid or diseased liver, arolina who are stomach, kidneys or liowels. is cause if theirl Prepared only by Dr. II. Mozley, coi- Atlanta, Ga., 50c, bottle, at drtir!;ists. and $100 per A THOROUGHLY (HOB 5EHIS2, LEMOJf HOT DROPS. Cures Coughs, Colds, Hoarse ness, Sore throat, Bronchitis, Hem orrhage and all throat and lung diseases. Elegant, reliable. sts, prepared only by Dr. Moseley, Atlanta, Ga. Hong Clashes, Vol. 1. Sons Classics, Vol. "2. Piano Classic, Vol. 1 . Piano Classics, Vol 2. Classical Pianist. Youne People's Piano Classics bong Classics for Low Voice. Classic Tenor Songs. Classic Rar. and Bas Sonss. Classical 4Hand Collection. Classical Col. Violin and Piano. Chaice Sacred Solos Choice Sacred Solos, Low Toices. Choice and Popular Alo Songs. Choice Vocal Da ts. Popular Song Collection. Popular. Dance Collection. Popular Piano Collection. Young Playels Popular Collection. ropuiar uoia... violin and Piauo Price $1 eh mailed poat-Diid. OLIVEPf)iTSON CO.. Boston. 0. H. DIT80N A Co.. f roadway, New York City. Armstrong, Cator St Co., Wholesale Milliners, Haltimokl, 1884. Mr. C. P. Knight, Sole General Agt-ut N. J. K. Paint Co., Baltimore : Dear Sir In January, 1878, our store was painted with the Liquid Enamel Paint, made by the New Jersey Knam el Paint Company. We used tints that generally show tlie effects of exposure, but the paint has retained its color, loss and freshness. We shall take pleasure in using it in the future. Yours truly, Armstrong, Cator & Co. ttaltimore Ilond Market. Baltimouk, Md.. June C, -Virginia ten forties . .: threes Si; coneois Chairs, Chairs, Chairs! We are manufacturing Two Stvleai of Home-Made ( bairn, a ItOCKKK amt OININO or SITI'INti KOOM HA1K. They tn uiwleof Poplar, Oak, Hickory and Maple; tiottomed with ltatt.au. Kor NeainesM and Durability wegtiarant.ee them not to be excelled by any Chair now on the market. We desire to place these Chalni among the Merchants throughout the State. W will be glad to respond to all com uiu nida tions giving prices per dozen, or auy quan tity wanted. A. W. K. CAPRL, Secrelarf and Treaurer( Alberta Chair Works, Kamseur, Randolph Co., Nr O. TCaaPMnutlon thla paper. uettT-lT ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, KAIiKIOlI, N. C. Chicago Produce Market. Ch caoo. 111., June C. Wheat cleed weak and ic. lower, in sympathy mi"h the eaeior closing cable deHpatcties; re- ceip's 87 cars ornauvancea 14C. on uieraiimrenaHt s bv the ball clique, una tlie irigntenert thorts ttim delivered ou realizing ealet, closing c hiKher; rem l pt 3'JO cars jSOats were firm, iu nympaty with corn, and cloaert ,;. lowlier; receipts lit cars. I'rov.bioiia clos-td woak, on estimated heavy receipts of hogs next ok l'ork declined 7i(.c , lrd 5j , aai libs 5 V HEAT Closed July Oi; 8-.pt ember 94 K OOKN tjiosprt jane U'j: July oi; tsep- tunbe' 57 Va575 OATS Cloeed June i;; July lA ep- kmlt-r 31. Pin &. -Cilosoa jane iu.4s; juiy 10.57: September Ui 82. LAUD Closed Jane .!: July 6.25; September 6. t7V6. felUS- Closed jane 5.77: July a au: aej- tembtr C.17i- Norfolk Peanut Market. Norfolk, Va.. June 6. The Peanut mar ket is firm; prime 3; strictly prime 1; fancy Vaval Stores. Yobk, June 6. The market is anl2-tf New steady for spirits turpentine, dull for the low grades atd steady for the fine grades of roian and quiet tor tar. The stock at I New York comi-rises 19.2G8 barrels roein. Z?Uarrels spirits turpentine, and 782 barrf-1 tar spirits turpentine noutnern barrels 3Hc; machine barrels 38c; strained T 52: K od do. 1 57 Wu.xrsa'fC. N. C, June 6 Spirits turpentine dull at 35. Bosin closed tirm; strained 1 20; good strained 1.25. Tar firm at 1.50. Crude Turpentine firm. Hard 140: vellow diD 2 40: Virgin 2.40. BAVANN-iH. Ga.. JuJie6. Spirits tarpen- tine firm at 35 Roiiin Ann at 1.351.40. r.Tn-i vjmiN. rf. Ci . Jrinx 6. Spirits Tur pentine steady at 35;i. K' firm; good strained at 1.30. t"iiAPKL Hill, N.C.,. Ian , 18M. Mr. C. P. Knight, Baltimore : Dear Sir I take pleasure in stating that I have used, with much satisfac tion, ycur Liiqtuu f.namei raiDion my -tin, lwllinir hmiHA In this town. H.nd can I -1-Hla confidently recommend it to all who would like to use a beautiful and dura ble paint for any purpose. Very respectfully, Kev. J. B. Martin. otutttttmttmmttttttttMmuo X John Koi;in8on. J. A. Lkak, X X President. Treas. X X: John T. Patrick, Sec'y. X DIXIE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL FAIR AS- -X SOCIATION. 3 X: Wahesisoro, N. C .Nov. 21, '79. t Xz Certificate of Merit Awarded to X C. P. KNIGHT, Baltirr-ore, X X For Best Prepared Paint, Being X X- The New Jersey Enamel Paint, J X- EXHIBITEO AT X DIXIE FAIR of NOV. 1879 X X J- T. Patrick, John RoniNsoNyrt Xz Sec'y. President. X Petkrshcrg. Va., Dec. 10. IHH'J. Mr. C. I. Knight, Baltimore, Md.: Dear Sir We hare naed t he Liquid Enamel Paint made by the New Jersey Enamel Paint Co., wfiich we purchas ed throagn you, and can say we found it flrst-cbvs In every particular, and justly deserves all that is claimed for it as to beauty, durability and econo my. Yours, Ac. LeRov I'oper & Son. TOE RECTO IC, REV. BENNETT SMEDES, A.M., UAI.KIGH, N. O. 00 for a Pair of f PANTS 111, (Custom-Made) from Manufm' Hinn.nu. HatlHfwilon miarauu-vU or I SEND YOUR ADDRESS FOR SAMPLES - And Instructions for Stlf-Moaoaromont. PIEDMONT PANTS COMPANY Winston, n. c. . THE ADVENT TERM Of the bchhIoii of !M mid '91 will begin Heitoinler For Culalogiio. ud- dreHH FRUITPpoR II W I Tie ZIMMERMAN J .IE IIL1 XI LH ftu HuHkalU,! laM-laaal. Is Consumption In?l!et Read the followin Mr. C. II. Morris, Newark, Ark , says: "Was down with Abscess f Lung, and friends and physidar -J pronounced nie an Incurable Consumptive. Be gan taking Dr. King's Ntw Di eovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle, and atuev.to over see the work on ray farm- It is the finest medicine ever m.fhi." Jesse Middiewart, Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had it not been 'or Dr. King's New Discovery f Con sumption I would have died of Lung Troubles. Vas given up by- doctors. Am now in best of health. lry it. bample bottle tree at John Y. McRae's drugstore. C. P. KNIGHT, SOLE GENERAL AGENT. No. 102 South Street. One door South of Lombard St , Baltimork, Md. Sample Carda furnished by mail gratia june2-w-3m LITTLETON F6IHal6G0ll6Q6. A select Boarding School for 3oung ladies, with a strong faculty" and a thor ough collegiate course at very moderate cost. The Fall Term begins September 2d, 1891. For catalogue, address, Rev. J. M. RHODES, ADMINISTRATRIX HaviDK 'lualllled i NOTICK on the etU of Dr. Win J. Green, (le- claim 1 atcainat hia estate U, prent thcin to me for aettlement on or before "bJ tn Uy of June, 185. Peraons indelUd will pleaae Kettle. J. EMMA GREEN. . , AdmlniMtratrlx. Aroo 6c Flkmino, Attorneys. RaleiKh, May 19, lwi. may20 wtiw. TrXLCTOR'S NOTICK-Havinif ouall , ttwl . administrator of the eatate of Elizabeth Harward, deceaaed, notice la hereby given to all parties indebted to the extite U tome forward aud make immedi ate pay meat, and all persona havinif claim against the eatate are hereby notittwl to present them for payment ou or foretb 4th day of May, or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery W. IS. MOHiiAN, may!2-w4t- Ktecutor. juneC-w. Littleton, N. C. 1 MORTGAGE SALE Under power a certain mortiraire. made by M ' Stone anowife, and recorded in Rook 107, pae 507, In the Register's ofllce. i Wake county, I w ill offer for sale at y Uourt Hou.se door, In V ake county, a ta;n lot In the town of Wake Foret, n r. particularly aeKcrioea in aaiu ueea a m., on May 2f)th, Terms of aale '" A. D. JONKib apr2S-w4t Attorney for .MortKtn,-pit at. aV V I .1 iri' ii llM i III I f 1 Is