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STATE CHEONIOLE, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1890.
B A LEIGH IS BBIEF. LOCAL IIAPPKXWCiS IX AND AItOUM THE CAPITAL. Short Ply Item of New Gathered on the by the Chronicles Reporters. Mr. S. D. Wait his been reappointed i a notary public by the Governor. A big tarbacue and fish fry is on locket, to be held at Milburne next Monday. Quite a number of youDg ladies and pentlemen will enjoy" a pic nic out at Milburnie to-day. Inquiries about the new Union depot are again being made. Why oh, why ! can it not begin to loom up. Thirtr thousand cans of fruit and vegetables are annually sold in Raleigh, and hsre i9 the place for canning them. The Chronicle would be glad to tiDTd nfnrmn.tirn nf thfi PTistenoe of lime near the city, if there should be any. Uncle "Rafe" Andrews, who has been 4?-.i cVnooo fnr tirn months past, is out again greeting friend3. Contracts have been let out for the erection of two handsome residences on South Person street, by Messrs. Latta & Myatt. The discovery of a big eighteen-foot iron vein, a few miles southjof Lynch burg is a lodestone for more enterprise in this section of the world. Mr. Frank Lewis of this city has a record of having killed four hundred aud tLirty-seven partridges during the past season. Good shooting that. Wh'.n the sun rises clear, becomes obscured and then dispels the clouds, rain will fall within forty-eight hours. To prove this, get up with the sun. Reserved seats for the King's Daugh ters' concert will be put on sale at Messrs A. Williams Co's. bookstore this morning. Admission 75 cents; gallery 50 cents; children (in gallery) 25 cents. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Egypt Coal Co., held in this city yesterday, all the officers were re-elected, progress reported and a hopeful pear began. April shipments were 800 tons coal. Everybody is talking about the Capi tal Hose company fair. It will be a most wondrous thing. Watch the an nouncements, and don't fail to learn all about the unique features and special tien that will be produced. The next term of Wake county supe rior court will begin on the 21st inst, and wib be for civil cases only. His Honor, Judge RacRao will preside. The, calender for the term is now being made out. His Honor, Judge Boykin will pretidc at the September term. Tho cotton factory begins to look official and imposing. All the scaffold ing is down and the structure is quite imposing. The double floors are now being completed. Several cars loaded with machinery arc waiting to be un loaded. The landscape view, from the upper windows of the cupola of the building, is magnificent. Tho Chronicle is much gratified to know that its suggestion with reference to tho organization of a Land Improve ment company, has met with approval, and will probably take shape. A move ment is on foot for such au organization by leading citizens and business men, and plans are under consideration which will wake things up most mightily. THE KlXi'S DAl'CiHTERS CERT. CON- The Talented Artists who will Partici pateReduced Railroad Rates. April 11th is the time'forjthe grand mnsifai rnnnprr. rn no mron nnra nrniav " A 1 I fc. the auspices of the King's Daughters, A prospectus of the concert has been issued which announces that in the pro gramme will be represented the talent of Durham.Richmond and City of Oaks. Th9 young ladies are to be congratu lated upon having secured the aid of Miss Lessie Southgate, soprano, of Dur ham, and Capt. Frank Cunningham, tenor, oi luenmonu, irgima, whose tSfA enjoyable evening and a large audience. Uapt. L,. J. JIardin, Mrs. J. J. Thomas and others of Raleigh's accomplished vocalists will grace the occasion. In addition to vocal music, the pro gramme will be enriched by several in strumental selections performed by Misses Fannie Louise Watts, Mary S. Wall, Lillie Parrishand Fannie D. Peay, of Durham. The last number on the programme is a Kinder Symphony, entitled "A Merry Sleigh Ride," a descriptive nov elty performed by a score of the younger pupils of Durham School of Music. Nearly every conceivable musical instru ment will be represented, and the har monics produced will be a fitting finale to one of tho most brilliant concerts ever presented injthis city. Railroad tickets at reduced rates will be on sale tho day of the concert at Durham and points on the Raleigh & (last on railroad. THE PHONOGRAPH Tor the Capital Hose Company Fair. The phonograph which is to be on ex hibition during the fair and festival of the Capital Ilose company has arrived here, and with it a full set of phono grams for reproducing vocal and instru mental music. Everybody who attends he fair will have an opportunity to see and le:rn all about this marvellous piece of mechanism. It will be exhibited by tho Old Dominion Phonograph company, represented by Mr. Guy Bunch, for the benefit of the Hose company. vTLe llnptbt Collese Site Committee. The committee appointed to choose a site for tho Baptist Female College will meet hero next Wednesday for that pur pose. The members of the committee are Hov. Chas. E. Taylor, D. D., of Wake Forest, chairman; Rev. Dr. R. H. Marsh, of Oxford, Messrs. W. C. Petty, of Manly, aud Messrs. W. O. Upchurch and N. B. Broughton, of Raleigh. The committee have a number of de sirable sites to choose from, and it is their purpose, at this meeting, to make a selection, that the work of building may begin as early as possible. COMING AND GOING. Some ot The Folks You Know nnd Their Doings. Mr. Leo D. Heartt, of Durham, was The here yesterday. ilrs. John Parham, of Savannah, Ga., is visiting in the city. Associate Justice Davis and Mrs. Davis went to Louisburg yesterday. Mr. T. P. Bell went to Louisburg yesterday on a visit to friends. Mr. J. W. King, of Savage, S. C, is the guest of Mr. II. H. Bradley. Mrs. James D. Royster is sick at her residence on West Morgan street. Mrs. A. E. Jackson and daughter, Miss Mamie, went to Oxfordjyesterday. Mr. M. F. King and Mrs. King, of Fort Payne, Ala., are visiting friends in this city. Miss Willie Simmons, of Peace Insti tute, went to her home in Wake Forest yesterday, to spend the Easter holidays Commissioner John Robinson, ac- companied by Professors Chamberlain and Massey, of the A. and M. College, went to Clinton yesterday to hold a farmers' institute. A number of young ladies of Peace Institute went up to Durham yesterday afternoon, some going to visit their homes and others to spend the Easter holidays with their friends. They were Misses" Maggie Smith, Hattie Howard, Fannie Burwell, Rena Burwell, Blanche Williamson, Helen Maloy, Annie San ders, Mabel Tomlinson, Madge More head and Emmie Faucett. Miss Long, of the Institute, went up to Hillsboro on a visit.) Mr. H. A. London, editor of the Chatham Record, was in Raleigh yes- terday. Referring to the Doyle case he aptlv savs : "In this case the accused was fairlv tried bv a learned judge and an honest jury, and condemned to be hanged On exactly the same evidence he was again fairlv tried by another learned judge and another honest jury, and was acquitted. Was an innocent man condemned by the first jury ? Or was a guilty man acquitted by the sec ond jury ? An Accident to Mr. L. D. Womble. "While out driving yesterday Mr. L. D. Womble was thrown from a carriage to the ground. He fell between the wheels, and was painfully though not seriously bruised. The accident oc curred at the corner of Cabarrus and Bloodworth streets, and friends who re- side in tnat section saw tne occurrence, and gave Mr. Womble immediate aid and attention. The Executive Committee ot the A. k M. College. A meeting of the executive commit' tee of the Agricultural and Mechanical College has been called for next Tues day. rr i i i -1 ine committee win consider, among other things, plans for the building of the new machine shops. These plans were drawn by Prof. J. H. Kinealy, of the college faculty. Real Estate Transfers. The following transfers of real estate were made in the city yesterday: M. L. Haynes and wife to Col. A. B. Andrews, lot corner of Swain and East Edenton streets, 61x114, for S275.00. Thos. H. Harris, of Philadelphia, to Mrs. o. J. rreeman; (through Brough- ton k Co's. Real Estate Agency:) lot on South Salisbury street, between Lenoir and South, o2Jxl0.3, for 375.00. Good Friday Services To-day being Good Friday, there will be services lh the Church of the Good i 01 a -r ouepuera as ioiiows: morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m.; evening prayer and sermon at 8 p. m. All seats free and all cordially invited. THE LEASE PLAN ENDORSED. Wake County Desires Tobacco Farm, ers and Proposes to Offer Them In. ducements to Come. The article in the Chronicle of April 1st blazes out the tv-av hv wlnVb in lodgment, th. clture of tobacco mS be vastly promoted in this county. The "lease system" certainly commends itself as being not only feasible but practical. Look how the western part of this city was rapidly built up by the "lease system." very many of the most experienced tobacco farmers of other counties are beginning to realize th&t tte lands of Wake will produce as fine tobacco as any, and frequent inquiries are now being made with the vifw nf purchasing lands; and I would suggest tnat tne chamber of commeace take ud me mauer speeauy and make a united effort towards inducing tobacco men to purchase our lands. Wake. , Death, the Reaper, Still is Reapin?. Labarrus lost two of its oldest and De3t citizens last week in tho donth nf Dr. Samuel J. Gilmer, aged 70 years, and uoi. josepn uochrane, aged 90 years. In Greensboro, April 1st, Judge James N. Nelson, aged 66 years. He was a city commissioner and the Work man calls mm one of the "old panel" of plain and unostentatious citizens. He was for 12 years clerk of the Superior court or truuiora. Christ Church, Good Friday. Divine service and sermon at 11 a. m.; evening prayer and meditation at 6 p. m. All cordially invited. The Shelby Baptist church will bs ded icated on Friday, the 2nd day of May. The Revs. Drs. Nelson, of Asheville, A. G. McManaway of Charlotte, N. B. Cobb of Gary, M. P. Matheny of Lincoln ton, J . A. White of Blacksburg, also the members of the King's Mountain Asso ciation are invited to be present and as sist at the dedication. Eev. Dr. John W. McCown, of Knox ville, Tenn., has accepted the call to the pastorate of the church in Leaks ville, N. C, and entered upon his duties on Sunday last. We heartily congratu late all the brethren and sisters of Leaks- vnie, ana maeed of the State. Dr. Mc nnJil3 ?D1 f - . mSt, omplished and scholarly ministers of the South. Biblical Recorder. NO 3IORE PUBLIC EXECUTIONS. People of Chatham Have Had Enough--NewTNctes, Ac Pittsboro, X. C, April 2. The crowd at the hanging on last week was not as j quiet and orderly and sober as we have ; seen on different occasions. It made an j impression on the thinkiDg people not at i all favorable to public executions. Every ; intelligent man now says that a very bad influence goes out from such scenes, and that forever hereafter no execution of a human being should be, allowed in pub lic. Mrs. Bland, the wife of Robert W. Bland, Esq., died suddenly on last Sat urday. She was a most estimable Chris tian woman. Mrs. Rencher, consort of the late Gov. Rencher, left U3 on yesterday for her borne in Chapel Hill. Although eighty three years old, she is still active. Her conversation is sprightly and abounds in incidents and reminiscences of a long and eventful life. Full of charity and love, and with a life crowned with good deeds, she cheerfully awaits the setting sun. Witn her were her two sons. Mr. J. G. Rencher goes with her to Chapel Hill; Mr. W. C. Rencher goes to New York and thence to New Mexico. The Central Hotel in our town has been closed for some weeks. Mr. Deven- dorff , of Albany, N. Y. , is here, and it is understood that he will either lease or buy, and that the house will soon be put in first-rate order and oDened for the public. As every new enterprise helps a place, so it is thought that Mr. J. A. Womack's canning: factory, which will be put in order during the summer, will give ma- material aid to our good old town. .Prof. Alexander Graham has been re-elected superintendent of the Char lotte Graded schools. He had no oppo sition. The Charlotte Chronicle savs, it is ordered that the study of Latin and lireek ce stopped, and that tne course of studies in the schools, be confined ex. clusively to Eogiish branches. SPECIAL NOTICES. 3Iamma, Did You? Mamma, did you ever see the Blue Ridge Mountains at a distance? asked a little girl of her mother, as they re turned from shopping this fore-noon When mamma had assured the child. that she had seen the mountains, sh asked the child whv she had asked such a question. "Why, said the child, (open ing her eyes so wide as to frighten mamma) "mamma, if you ever saw the Blue Ridge Mountains, you have seen something to day which would re mind you of it, and it was that big pile of ladies untnmmed hats that we saw just as we entered the Racket Store, marked 25 cents for the choice. Ma ma" (seriously), "where do vou think they got those new styles of hats to sell at 25 cents? Some of them are those nice lace straw, same as Miss charged you 95 cents for. And mamma, all those white flouncings and Swiss embroideries and Hani burgs are so much less than Mr. up town charged you for them. And then mam ma, their dress goods are so much pret tier than anvbodv else's. Even Messrs. 's are not near so lovely. Oh! mamma, don t you think tne man who does the buying for the Racket Store is bald-headed ?" "What, my little darl ing, put such nonsense into your head?" 'Well mamma, did vou see that great long show-case outside the Racket Store, with two or three hundred men's Der bies in it, and every one of them marked 69 cents? He must have had hats on the brain." There is no telling what the child would have said next, but she met her brother, who gave her an orange, and that stopped her mouth. V K. R. G. King's Royal Germatuer another lot of 100 gallons received to-day. A. E. Jordan, Agent, Raleigh, N. C. Mr. J. Hal Bobbitt, the druggist, has some more pertinent and striking re marks in to-day's Chronicle. As a mat ter of course everybody knows his stock of drugs, seeds, &c, is jam up," but some particulars might be interesting, and these may be found in his new ad vertisement. Bargains m ladies fine shoes at Norris & Carter a. .ftiessrs. wm. vvooiicott son are making astonishing revelations in the r VW-T -WWW 1 n matter of furnishing the purchasing Public with elegant and handsome goods every description at low prices. It is a "wonderment" to go to their house. whicti is one of the largest in the city, and see what can be had for a little money. Prices are rarely mentioned tnat they do not create exclamations of surprise at how !ow they are. These are the general facts. The particulars are too numerous to mention; and to be known a visit must be paid to that house. Received To-Day. Twenty-rive bunches Choice Bananas and thirty bushels N. C. Bunch Peanuts (best variety for seed. Orders promptly liiieu. x none ao. D. T. Johnson, Agt. 500 ladies parasols and sun umbrellas at two-thirds value at Norris k Carter's Big lot riain and Mixed Pickles oweei ana irisn potatoes received to day. Give me a call. A. E. Jordan. . An elegant line of Gents' Furnishing Goods, ust opened at McKimmon, Moseley i McGee's. n -r 1 . . . ' Gentlemen will find the Spring Styles in Youmans & Silverman's Hats at the three M's, 129 and 131 FayetteviL' i i. Bargains ! Stock Must Be Sold. The large stock of General Merchan dise of Len. H. Adams must be sold. Merchants or individuals desiring great bargains will please call and examine stock at Len. H. Adam's place of busi ness on Wilmington street. Also, for sale, a beautiful lot between R. S. Pul lens' and L. H. Adams', 80x132 on prettiest lots in this city for a private residence! W H Pil xjaenion street, xnis is one of tfco W. H. Pace, m8-lm Trustee, MARKETS. New York, April 3. -Messrs. Hub bard, Price & Co., in their cotton cir cular to-night say: The approach of the Easter holidays brought js steady advices from Liverpool with the de mand from the spinners of moderate proportions. Receipts "J? for the week are 29,000 bales larger than in 1889; while the shipments to Europe are 44,000 bales less. The movement to date shows that the ship ments are 644,000 bales, against 649,000 hales last vear. Our market advanced ,r, tho rTm-prinor nf the short interest formed on the recent decline, and unwillingness to maintain their position over the holidav. When, however, es timates of 4,000 bales to-morrow at New Orleans were received, me au vance was lost, the market closing steady but verv dull. The market is as yet without tendency, the limited stoch. in America preventing the formation of a short interest which would prove the foundation of an advance upon tne ap pearance of a demand from spinners, who are confidently expected to buy largely in Liverpool after the holiday. Receipts of to-day at the ports are 7000 bales, spot market is quiet at luiuiei quotations. Middling uplands 11 7-16. Sales 96 bales. Futures opened oalO points lower, but moved up 10 points during the fore noon and closed as follows: April. 11 41-42 11 44-45 ilav. June 11 -4 July 11 ?2-: 48-40 53 August 11 ou-; l September 10 92-93 October 10 54 oo November 10 December 10 37 33 Januarv l'J In Liverpool spot cotton closed steady; middling uplands 6 1-8 d. Sales "8,000 bales. Cotton. Citv. Sale Tone. Mkt. ilict- ; Ex- Savannah, Philadelphia Mobile, Memphis, Augusta, New Orleans Wilmiutrton, Louisville, fct. Louis, Baltimore, Galveston, Norfolk, Boston, 140 Quiet . . . Steady . . . iNomnl 10 15-16 11 1-16 10 7-8 354 5316 1 25 1176 ! 150 5151 1650 jl700;Firm ( 50 Firm i . . . . Steady ;. . . . Quiet ! . . . . Steady ' Quiet" I Nomnl 123 Steadv 81 ; Steady .... holid v 11 11 7-8 11 10 7-8 11 1-8 11 li i-i3A 10 15-16 11 2155 i .3! I 618 : 1398 ! 694 336 j 420 j 129 421 Baltimore Produce Market. COTTON Firm. Middling 11 3-8. FLOUR Very Steady. Howard Street and Western super 200a50; do. ex. 275a360; do. family 375al30; city milla rio brands extra 120a440: winter wheat patent 440a460; spring do. do. 485a525: do. do. straight 423a475: do. do. extra 360a400. WHEAT Southern active and firm; Fultz 80a8G; Longberry blabT; No. 2 4al-2a4; Steam er No. 2 red 81; western firm; No. 2 winter red spot do. 3 3-4a84; April do. CORN Southern fairly active; white 3S a 40; yellow 35a3-4a37; Western strong and higher; mixed spot and April 36 3-4a37. UAIS Steadv. Southern and Penn- svlvania 27a30 1-2: Western white 29a30 1-2: do. mixed 27a28 1-2; No. 2 graded white 30al-2. RYE Quiet. Prime to choice 55a57. PROVISIONS Steadv and unchanged. Mess pork, old 10.75; new 11.75; bulk meats, loose shoulders 5; long clear and clear rib sides 5 3-4; sugar pickled shoulders 5 l-2a 5 3-4; sugar cured smoked shoulders G l-4a 6 3-8; hams 10 l-2al2: Lard, refined. 7 1-2. PETROLEUM Steady; refined 7 1-4. COFFEE Quiet and'btcady. Rio cargoes fair 20. SUGAR Strong. A soft 6. COPPER Refined steadv 12 7-8. WHISKEY Firm 1.10al12. St. Louis Produce Market. FLOLTQuiet and dull but unchanged. WHEAT Higher May 77 3-8; bid. COIiN Firm; April 25; bid. OATS Easy; May 221-8. LARD Prime eteam 5.80. PORK Standard mess 10.50; drv-salted shoulders i 7-8; longs and cribs 5 1-2; short clear 5 3-4; bacon boxed shoulders 1 1-2; longs 5.60; cribs 5.65: short clear 5.70; Cincinnati pork regular 11.00a 10 1-2; family 10.75, 10 87 1-2; lard kettle dried 6a6 1-2; bacon short clears sides 5.87a 5.90. Naval Stores. Wilmington-, N. C, April 3. Spirits tur pentine firm at 371-2. Rosin firm; strained 115, good do. 120. Tar firm at 1.30. Crude Tur pentine steady, hard 1.20; yeJlow dip and virgin 2.20. CORN Firm. White 47; vellow 44 1-2 45 1-2. New York Spirits turpentine quiet at 42a 42 1-2. Rosin dull; strained common to good $1 15afl.20. . & Savannah Spirits turpentine 39c. paid Roein firm at $1.15a$1.20. Charleston Spirits turpentine quiet at 38c Rosin quiet; good strained $1.10. Liverpool Spirits turpentine 31s, 3d. Com mon rosin spot 4s, 3d. Chicago Produce Market. CHiCArw, April 3 Wheat opened stron 3 to 1-4 higher; corn active and strong; oats strong: provisions steady. Closings: WHEAT May 79 l-4a38; June 78 1-4; Julv 79 1-2. CORN May 30 3-4a78; June 31 1-4; Julv 311-8al-4. . OATS May 22 3-8; June 21 7-8a22; Julv 22al-8. PORK May 10.55; June 10.65; Julv 10.75. LiA.hu May b.15; June 6.20; Julv 6.25. RIBS May 512a515: June 617 1-2: J Julv New York Produce Market. FLOUR Closed easy and dull; prices un changed. WHEAT Closed firmer; spot sales No. 2 red winter 87 1-2; No. 2 red winter March 87 1-2. CORN Closed steady; spot sales No. 2 mixed 36 3-8: No. 2 mixed Mch. 36 1-2. OATS Closed steadv; spot sales No 1 white 33; No. 2 mixed March 28 3-4. PORK Dull; new mess 11.50, 12 00 LARD Quiet; Mav G.48 bid. ' ' COFFEE- Bpot lots steadv. Fair Rio cat. goes 20 1-2. Cdr SUGAR- Re&wd dull and nominal cut loaf and crushed 6 1-8. The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, N. Good Middling, Middling, Strict Middling, Strict Low Middling, Tinges, Stains, Market firm C., April 3 5 P. M. 11 10 7-8 10 l-4al0 3-4 lOalO 1-2 Raleigh Tobacco Jlarket. Reported for the State Cheomcxe . Raleigh, N. C Anril 3 Market strong and active, with tn up to our quotations s with bO per cent, of crop DU1U- ,au uom on orders and for oj;g.uiailuu OUAIU U.." 1UI BLOCK . smokers Common Good, Fillers Common, Good, Fine, Cutters Common Medium, Good, Fine, Fancy, Wrappers Common Medium to good Goo d to fine, to fancy, 5a8 8alG 5a7 7all llalS 10al4 14a20 20a28 28a35 28a35 14a22 2-240 40a70 Beautiful styles in Silk and Flannel Negligee Shirts can be seen at 129 and 131 Fayetteville St. City Produce Market. Rom-trt fnr the State Chroxiclk by W. C. A A. B. Stronach, wnoieaaie anu Retail Grocers. Raleigh, N. C, April 3. Geese, Ducks, Turkeys, Chickens, Eggs, Pork, Beef, 40c! Terrapins, speckled, 25 to 40c' 10 to 20 10c. lb. Terrapins, horse, 12 1-2 to 30c' no sale. 10 to 11c Dried peaches.peeled, 6c 10c. lb 5c, Dried peaches, un iitn12 1-2v neeled. 5c lb Hams, White peas, bush. 1.25. Dried apples, be id i x Black and clay ao. l.uu uruta uamwue, Sweet potatoes, 60c! Dried blackberries, 8c Turnips, 30 to 35c j Dried whortleber Chatham rabbits, j ries, 10c 8 to 10c j Indian euake root, 4c n'nnMnmB. 12 l-2c; Angelica, 12c Kouirrele. 8 to 10; Sassafras bark, 4c Kobins. 2 1-2 to 3c A Spotted hog, 9c Hav. per hun. 50c English sparrows, 10c. doz. Bullfrogs, 10 to 20c p. Grouad hogs, 25to50c Turtles, 25 to 75c Fodder, " 90 to 1.00 Shucks, " 40c Wheat straw, 40c Pine straw. 25c Broom straw. 2c bun. won. mm & n, SPECIAL ATTRACTION FOR EASTER. In obedience to the wishes and require ments of our customers we have the pleasure of introducing many striking "Specialities for the Easter trade which are ready for de livery to-day. In the way of NECKWEAR. For gentlemen we have provided a magnifi- cnt line eo uencaic m uuiunug nuu u""; material, that thev cannot fail of meeting the approval of all gentlemen of good taste The colorings are shown not only in our line ot heavier fabric scraps at C0c.,but in & special collection of Easter Goods, in new "all-Bilk wpavpR. and we have never before secured a line so attractive. SILK HATS, STIFF II ATS, SOFT HATS. To those who want only the most fashioua ble shapes in hate, we suggest Dunlap s spring styles. They came from the Iifth Avenue Hatters, Messrs. Dunlap A Co , who are the leading fashion authorities in this line The Stiff Hats are marvels of beauty, and are more becoming than anv shown in vears past. The prices aro $3.50, 4.00 AND 5.00. GENTLE.'VIENS FINE SHOES Ban ster"s,Ziegler Bros. and L. Boyden A Co's spriug stvles. A verv full and compl te stock of DRESS SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS, UNDERWEAR, Ac, and everything in the furnishing line' that gen tlemen require. W. H. & li. S. TUCKER A CO. EASTER DISPLAY OF Fine - Millinery! The finest assortment of Choice Pattern Hats Ever exhibited will be found at 211 Fy- etteviiie street. We are also showing some choice styles rf Tnr.n C V 1 i t v . shapes. Flowers, Ribbons and Lees in endless variety. At .. a oeauurui selection of Misses' and umidren's School Hats. e oargain iNo. ie fancy Satin and Gauze Ribbon at 10c. a yard, worth 20 cents. The ladies are cordially invited to call onus before purchasing, as we take great pleasure in showing our goods. New York Millinery Bazaar No. 211 Fayetteville Street. Please Take Notice! THAT THE TIME FOR PLANTING MAGNOLIAS "?ie; nave a lot from 6 inches to 5 feet. to tMfWZli rU from lfl to 50 cent or $8 00 Sffi,Per hu,nd5ef Lots for side waU at $o 00 a mt-ce planted and guaranteed in Nor- Sinn i ereIJchar8(f lorexpenee extra or $3.00. dug up and no responsibility I i have EVERrtiiTTFVH J 1 al9 v "uiuwoua to men tnese Plants should aiau. iua&e cnoice. i , , M. BONXOT, Mch 2o-lm James Street, Norfolk, V&. SUMNER & WATTS, Tonsorial Artists, Have opened a firat-ina- cv, , . Dressing Saloon at Frap? "oid He and FaV?ne ville street, lialeigh, Nf C. ayctte- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Magnolia Grandiflora. For the next thirty dava I will sell 'U-rrno-F? V!, feet hi oni dollar e t'ith order. A. B. FORREST, 517 Polk St., Raleigh, N Apl-lm 4 LOST! 40?hE5 SrSnLaroGraded will please fctH --r. vrricE 1890. Spring OH' 1! in Sacks and Te Best j 3uiooaDie color and stvle . Our Boy.' Department fihi Furn shiner firAi n5 o.me.nt m.l6d We guarantee per cen, DAVID N. C. LeadiDg qdthing 3IX SPECIAL OFFERS $)( l. OUR BEST FLOUR. Guaranteed the Whitest, Sweetest. Strongest and Best of all Flour. $6 oO Ebl. 2. Pride of Buckeye Flour. Guaranteed the Equal of fi.50 Bbl. 3. any Flour. 300 Bosh. FEED MEAL 300 bu 2 Bus. 90c. Sck. 2 Bus. 4. Good Glover and Timothy Hay. ?oc. j er 100 Iba. 5. N. C. Family Hoe Herrings Packed Expressly for Family Trale. $3 00 perl-2Bbl. 6. SEED IRISH POTATOES, Uenuine Earlv Rose, Peerles and li;ir- bank. 2.25. $2.50 and $2.75 bush. W. C & A. B. STRONACH. GROCERS AND CANDY MAM -FACTURERS. Canned Goods Special. First Quality Snap Beans, 10c. can: 75c. doz. 10c. Can- Lima Beans. Green Succotash. Maryland Sugar Corn 10c. can; $1.00 doz. Fine as Silk Sugar Corn 15c. can; $1.25 doz. -Belt Brand Tomatoes. Ripe! Full Weight! Solid Pack r.l 12c. can; $1.25 doz. Richmond & Danville R. R. Go. CONDENSED SCHEDULE Iii Effect Feb. 16tb, 181)0. DAILY. SOUTHBOUND. No. 50. Xo. ,vj. 2 30 ni 4 W H !U 5 O'j a m 8 05 a m 42 am Lv. Richmond 3 00 d m Burkvilie 5 00 pm ; Keysville , 5 41 p rn Danville... . . .i Ar. Greensboro my: nm - vb k r ill Lv. Goldsboro , 2 20 p m Ar. Raleigh ; 4 40 Dm; 5 ou 9oo Lv. Raleigh ; m 45 Durham ! r, 4$ Ar. Greensborn . ; on P ni; P mj pm; 1 uu a in 2 55 a ii; 7 20 a in - - 1 vvr Lv. Winston Salem j t5 30 pm; 6 15 " Greensbom 110 Ar. Salisbury j 12 20 p m a m 9 50 11 18 ; Statesville ....! 149 Asheville i 7 22 Hot Springs ...j 933 a m 112 (J p :n ami 4 27 p m ami 6 15 p in Ly Sfft I 12 82 a 111 : Ml 23 m 12 40 p m 0 p in 4 4t p m 9 40 p in anauumif... 4 01 am .1, ""AC a ot a in quanta j n 00 a rn 1 Lv. Charlotte i . t . . -w U 111 MCO 5 10 AuOTsta 1030 a m a m 9 00 pin - NORTHBOUND. DAILY. No. 51. : No. 53. Lv AuiKU8t? i 610 pm 8 so am 12 50 p m 5 15 p m 7 10 a m 1 45 p m 2 52 p m 5 30 p m "03 pm Ar Charlotte : 313 ami Lv. Atlanta. A - " n;. v. w y m a. r ..... t AM OJ bpartanburg...! 139 am Charlotte 4 25 am a rut oiusDury ! 6 02 a m a m Lv. Hot Springs... -Ml 10 p m a m 12 25 pm 2 07 p 111 6 Oo p El 6 50 p ni .. uauauury 553 am Ly. Salisbury j 6 07 xvi. ureensDoro.... i 745 a in a m 7 12 840 An Win3ton-Salem:U40 am U2 30 am Lv. Greensboro . t i Ar. Durham . . " " ' 12 01 5 S i " S p m T?oivT IlOlpm o 00 a in uurham Raleigh. 105 pm, 7 45 a m Lv. RaUigh... Ar. Goldsboro 105 300 p m p m t9 00 12 50 Lv. Greensboro... Ar. Danville .. Keysviiie BurkvillA 7 50 932 12 45 1 a mi a m pm p m 8 50 p i n 10 20 p 111 1 50 am 2 45 a in 5 15 a in Richmond ; 3 45 m Opening. 1890. ess?- Jin! T,.; - Cutaways $10, $12, $15. v v una. , 5??ily maJe and trimmed fi ta ith novel t Ia. T a. vb- r prices. OVERCOAT oiaie. uall or EOSEKTmi, House, Andnnr, Buildi ?ng, Raleigh, N. C, ens. p m P m a m a m a in a in p ni p m p Hi p m a m p m Slu.