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STATE OHEONIGLE, SUNDAY, APEIL (3, 1890.
. I IM - I ... ' " t - I EALEIOH IN BRIEF. THE A, AND M. COLLEGE. LOCAL HAPPEN INKS' IN AND AROUND THE CAPITAL. Short Item of News Gathered on the Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. The Governor yesterday appointed Walter B. Gwyn, of Asheville, a notary public, Associate Justice Walter Clark will deliver the alumni address at Grcens baro Female College commencement this year. A fertilizer license was issued yes terday to Slingluff & Co., of Baltimore, for the sale of "British Mixture" fer tilizer in this State. Fortv-eiffht exodusters left the Union depot yesterday for the sugar planta tions of Louisiana. They were singing in bftDDv chorus as the train moved - 1 f out. There will be a meeting of the young rnnlA of the Bantist Tabernacle this evening at five o'clock for the purpose of organizing a society of Christian La deavor. In the SuDreme court yesterday, Mr R. B. Glenn, on b:half of the plaintiff made a motionfor a certionan m the case of Boyer vs. Teague from Forsyth. The motion will be heard on next Thursday. All who are interested in the revivifica tion of tho Y. M. C. A.' in Raleigh are earnestly requested to attend the meet ing to be heldat the Wilmington Street Mission this afternoon at 5 o'clock p. m. Rev. L. L. Nash, pastor of the Central Methodist church, will conduct the services. A PUBLIC DEHATE AND OTHER INTERESTING EXERCISES On Friday NightEloquent and Witty Declamations A Spirited Debate and Other Features Concluded With a Rail. There was quite a large and apprecia tive audience assembled in the hall or the College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Friday night, to enjoy the first pub lic debate and other exercises held by tne Pullen and Leazar literary socie ties. Thfi nrofiTamme as presented was as I a s follows : Introductory, by J.N. Hubbard, of the Pullen society. Following this were declamations: "Yes, I am Guilty" J. S. Knight of Pullen. "The Death Bed of Arnold" C. D. Franks of Leazar. "Love and Liberty" G. P. Gray, of Pullen. "Spartacus to the Gladiators" Louis Bond of Leazar. "Goose Hollow Stump Speech" W. D. Dawson, of Pullen. "Napoleon Bonaparte" V. T. Lambe, of Leazar. "Sockery" C. B. Williams of Pullen. "Bombastic ADDeal to the Jury" S. E Asbury of Leazar. The Debate. not get a stylish hat, because you all know thst Mrs. Sarah King is one of the most popular and tasty trimmers m Raleigh, lou cannot say you qannot get stylish dress goods, because these goods are for sale in New York, and we j New York Produce Market. FLOUR-Closed easy and dull; prices un ch3?.9d. w furies No. 2 red winter 87 1-2. COKN Clos b7 1-2; No. 2 red winter ;d steady; spot sales No. 2 ut stpartv: spot saies white 33; No. 2 mixed March 23 3-4. PORK Dull: new mess 11.50, U.uu. LARD -Quiet; May 6.48 bid. COFFEE - Spot lota steady. Fair UiO car goes 20 1-2. . . , at SUGAR- Refinad dull and nominal cut loai and crushed 6 1-8. have cash to buy with, and we have had mixed 3G 3-3; No. 2 mixe'd Mch. 3G 1-2. ten or fifteen years' experience in the dress goods business, and we handle more dress goods than any concern in Raleigh. Yes, that is what I mean ; that I buy and sell more dres.s goods than any store in Raleigh. We have two stores, one in Washington and one in Rateigh, ; and we handle considerable more goods than any other store in Raleigh. This looks like blowing our own horn too much, but if we don't blow our own business no one else will take the trouble to tell you. We know that you under rate the size and importance of our business, and there is no good reason whv we should not have your patronage. We retain the name of Racket Store, simply becanse we bought out the Racket all will admit that our store does not look like the old Racket Store. You will find us the largest dry goods and gents furnishing' goods es tablishment in Raleigh. No. 1 Chicago Produee Market. I Chicago. April 5.-Wheat opened strm j 3 to 1-4 higher; corn active and strong; oats strong; provision eteady. Closings: , . WHEAT May 79 l-4a38; June 7S 1-4: July '9CORN May 3& 3-4a78; June 31 1-1; July 311-8al-4. OATS May 22 3-8; June 21 7-8a22; July 22al-8. PORK May 10.55; June 10.65; July 10.7. LARD May 6.15; June 6.20: Julv 6.25. RIBS May 512a515: June 617 1-2; July 525 1-2a25. f H. 1 L I TBD 1 L SIX- SIX SPECIAL OFFERS SIX If you want to protect yourself against sickness this spring and summer, go to A. B.. Jordan's and get a bottle of Ger meteur. It will build you up and keep off disease. Following the declamations came the debate. The query was affirmed by Louis Bond and R. W. Allen, of the Leazer society, and W. A. Jones, of the Pullen society. It was negatived by n. L Barney, who spoke last Parker, and B. C. Ashoraft of the Pul S. J. Basrwell, of the leazer Special offers in dress goods and par asols at Norris & Carter's to-morrow. If you want to save money on your pur chases attend this sale. Ladies' cam bric and muslin underwear at only 22 cents. Now tor the Biggest Fish Story of the Season. Don't All Speak at Once. Bear in mind we have a lull stock of seasonable Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Ac, Vt Low Prices. OUR BEST FLOUK. Guaranteed the Whitest, Swt-Hest Strongest and Best of all Flour. SG.00 Bbl. 2. Pride of Buckeye Flour. Guaranteed 300 Bush. the Equal of anv Flour $5.50 Bbl. 3. FEED MEAL 300 bu KID GLOVES AND Mrs. J. K. night at the Union Mission on ''Tem perance and Prison Reform," will speak to-dav at 10 o'clock at the penitentiary, and at 4 o'clock will deliver a special Easter temperance lecture at the Eden ton Street M. E. Sunday-school room The publio are invited to hear her. COMING AND GOING. Mmm of The Folks You Know and Their Doings. Miss Alice Howard, of Tarboro, is the guest of Mrs. Captain Stamps. Prof. F. J. Farrish was in Raleigh eigh yesterday looking as handsome as ever. len, ana soeietv. . . . ... After the debate there were otner declamations: "Don't call a man a Liar !" W. H. Turner of the Leazer, and "the Negro Preacher" E Gibbons of Leazer. The concluding address was made by V . T. Lambe. Col. Holliday, the president of the college, and Professors Kinealy and Hill were selected as the judges of the decla mation and of the debate, but Mr. Holli day being quite indisposed, could not serve, and Mr. J. 0. L. Harris was requested to take his place, which he did. There was auite a large audience of Mr. F, E. Morton, tuner and repairer of pianos and organs, will be in the city this week. Leave orders at 218, East Morgan street. Kid Glove Bargains ! FOUR-IJUTTON SUEDE GI.OVKS! G5c, worth flOc. t-m CLOTHIERS X NATTERS A Splendid Opportunity. Desiring to concentrate our business under onr roof, we offer for sale our en tire stock of shoes, hats and gent's fur nishing goods, as contained our store, corner Main and Man gum streets. Stock on hand 10,000.00. Business, a good and profitable one. Address or call at store of Jones & Lion. 2t. Eight-lSuttou Length tIouquitaire Suede Glove. 85 rents, worth 1.25 THE COMMERCIAL W0KLD. OPERA SUEDE GLOVES, 28 indies long, French periumed, $2.25, worth $3.00. TRUSTEE'S SALE AT Norris & Carter's 2 Bus. 90c. Sck. 2 Bu.s. 4. Good Clover and Timothy Hay. 75c. p-r 100 lbs. N. C. Family Roe Ilerrinj Packed Expressly for Family TraiU $3 00 per 1-2 Bbl. G. SEED IRISH POTATOES. Genuine Early Rose, Peerles and Bur- bank. $2.25. $2.50 and 2.75 bush. New York, April 5. Messrs. Hub bard, Price & Co., in their cotton cir- t ti m ti ...id i fr- j , j uuiar iu-uigui ax v . jliig ictouis a, yy. u. uienu. x-ii.t uu xw lauies ana genuemeu present, auua uauu New 0rleans yesterday which were ex rrll , , 111 WClCtl VJ T.VVU UUllCI 1UUCU UJ IXlOl- . . . m -1 - , t UVAXUtA-lO UiiU ILIU UiV 1 JLUUW UUII KJsH tnree Desi aeciaimers; ana me ueuaie vavxf ,-h. ThfnrA th marlrnt. nin whs nn t.nA nnrv: .. i, 'Ought Benedict Arnold to have been flMiu: ft n, i; executedjhad he been arrested before he higbJer prfcea in the porfion of cottoQ in Affov r ha l n ti rraa hoii mano nr thaiv I . . ... decision. Mr. ... J. C. L. Harris was reauesteu to make - ue an nouncement, and in doing so he spoke of the highly creditable man ner in which all the young gentlemen acquitted themselves, and of the pleas ure the audience had derived from the declamations, the debate, and the sev eral recitations; and this being the first entertainment of the kind at this col- Esq., of Winston, were in the city yes terday. Miss Nellie. Rico, of Richmond, arrived the citv last night, and is the guest of Miss Lina Battle. Rev. C. Durham went to Wilson yes terday aJd will preach in the Baptist nhnrrh thpro r'n-.av. church there to-ulay. Mrs. E. F. Aydlettancf little children, of Elizabeth City, are the guests of Mrs. Thos. Briggs, Sr. Mrs. A. D. Royster, who has been confined to her bed by sickness for the few days, was somewhat better yested ay. Capt. G. J. Simmons, of Durham, passed through the city yesterday en route for Wake Forst to spend the Eas ter holidays. The new Forest II ill Methodist church at Concord will be dedicated by Bishop Duncan to day. Rev. F. L. Reid, edi tor of the Christian Advocate and Jose phus Daniels, editor State Chronicle, left yesterday afternoon to be present. Quite a number of young gentlemen of Wake Forest are spending to-day in the city. Among them are Messrs. 0. B. Edwards, Jr., Edgar Broughton, Thos. Pence, Jr., all residents of the city. Among the visitors are Messrs. Albert Blanton, J. H. Mitchell, E. S. Mooro, Jr., and J. H. Newell. Tbo Salisbury correspondent of the Charlotte Chronicle says- The Caro lina Watchman will hereafter be con ducted by T. K. Bruner of Raleigh, son of the deceased editor, and James V. Rumple, a son of Dr. J. Rumple, and a m y rt i . i rrxi mcmoer 01 tne ausoury par. xue 1m mediate management will be in Mr. KumDle s bands. Mr. iiumpie is an able writer, with a vein of humor run ning through almost all his articles. He is the author of several poems that were published in the leading magazines of he ronntiy. Mr. Bruner will write from Raleigh. CAST ADRIFT. Three Little Colored Children Forsa ken by their Father. Officer Woodall, of the city police force reports: On Saturday, March 20th, a negro lege, he did not doubt that all had been agreeably surprised at the superior tal ent exhibited. lie referred to the great disadvantage that the negative side of the query labored under, owing to the general execration in which a traitor like Arnold is held by the whole world, and the difficulty attending an argument in behalf of this position. He then announced that the prizes for the declaimers had been awarded in the order named to Messrs. Franks, Bond and Knight, and to the negative side of the query. During the absence of the judges from the Hall, the several humorous pieces mentioned in tne programme were rendered in the best style, and greatly to the amusement of the au dience. Special mention is required of Messrs Ashcraft, liond, Bagwell, Allen, Lambe, Turner, Gibbons and Dawson, for declamation, debate and recitation. Talent of a high order was shown and students of this college will doubtless i m .a taae ranK witn tnose oi any otner m stitution of learning in the State. In welcoming the audience, Mr. J. t tt v i n r n i j i a. nuDDara, reierrea to tne two so cieties as named in honor of Hon. A. Leazar, of Iredell, who piloted the bill through the legislature establishing the college, and for Mr. Stanhope Pullen, who bad donated tne site for the msti tution. Mr. isonitz presided over the exer cises m a dignified manner. After tne literary exercises were con cluded, Col. Holliday was requested to permit the young people to enjoy them selves iu tho Tercsichorean art. Hp man named lorn Kooerson, lett in a pleasantly granted the request, and for room at the house of Henderson Holmes, a short while there was dancing, which on Cannon street, three small children, was "participated in with a gracefulzest tho oldest about eight years old. They and pleasure which stamped the oc cannot tell where they came from, but casion as one never to be forgotten. are supposed to have come in from the country. Roberson left with Mary Burt, a col ored woman, who lives near this house, a small lot of provisions to cook for them until Monday, when he said he would return. He has not been seen or heard from since. They are in need and would suffer but for the relief of Mary Burt, who is not able to help them. The Knights of Pythias. At a regular meeting of Raleigh Com- inandery, No. 4, Knights of Pythias, held on Thursday evening last, the fol lowing officers were elected for the en suing year, viz: William Simpson, Em. Commander; M. Bowes, Generalissimo; Wayne Alcott Capt. General: Eugene Grissom, Pre late; H. M. Cowan, Sr. Warden; E. M. Uzzell. Jr. Warden; S. D. Wait, Treas urer; Thos. W. Blake, Recorder; D. L. Adams, Sw. Bearer; Chas. W alien, Warder; R. H. Bradley, Guard. Exchange of Courts Authorized. The Governor yesterday authorized an exchange of courts between Judge Geo. H. Brown and Judge James C. MacRae. Judge Brown will hold the spring term of Wayne county court,lbeginning April 14th, vice Judge MacKae, and Judge McRae will hold Richmond county court. beginning June 2d, vice Judge Brown. small, ana exporters nere iook lor an increased demand in Liverpool after the Kaster JxrAUlv, . JN crop positions If . 1 i 1 n . a . are wen maintainea ana tne tear that the waters will not recede in time tc permit of planting in the Mississippi valley, preventing any decline under the sales for fertilizing account. According to the Chronicle the excess in the visible supply of cot ton increased this week some 90,000 bales as compared with last season, and is now 238,000 bales greater, while the crop in sight is now 307,000 bales in ex cess of 1889, and 369,000 in excess of 1888. The overland movement for r l no oo 1 - ii r no i xuarcu was oo,ooo, anu is tuereiore oo, 000 bales against 843,555 last year. From this date last year 310,000 bales appeared "in sight. Bradstreet We have opened the largest stock of Kid Gloves ever seen in Raleigh, and the special bargains mentioned above are not poor gloves, but cheap in the best sense of the word. It is not a job lot of odds and ends, but regular lines oi the best makes, bought direct from the manufacturers, and a complete list of (sizes are shown, iu all the fashionable and et.Usb jh!M rArJi Vo iUce aessJn. Y. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. A Good Opportunity! HANDSOME DRESS FABRICS At only a fraction above half price and many early Spring Suitings at far below the cost to import. 50c, 75c, and f 1.00 Suitings at only 32c, 55c, and 75c. $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 silk warp black and colored Henriettas at only 95c, $1.20 and $1.32. S1.25 Black Silks at onlv Doc. $15.00 and $2,000 combination Suits at ffl $8.00. White, cream, pink sad blue Albatrosea at 45c, 55c, arv? "Jo., reduced irom C5c, 85c, and 12VoC, 20c, 30c, and 35c, fancy Satteens only 9c, 12c, 19c, and 25c Elegant Silk Damask Curtain Draperies at 75c, and $100, reduced from $1 10 and $1.50. AH wool Tricots, all colors, in 9 yard pat terns for only $2.75. 56-inch all wool Broad-cloths at only 62c. per yard. Summer Silks at onlv 29c at W. C & A. B. STRONACH, GROCERS AND CANDY 31 AM. FACTUKERS. Canned Goods Specials. First Quality Snap Beans, 10. can: 7oc. doz. Lima Beans. 10c. Can- Succotash. Green I a decline in the quotations for cotton manufacturing stocks as a result of the advance in raw material and the decline in the goods market. Bombay spinning mills have decided to close 8 days in the month. Futures closed steady as follows: The National Alliance of New York desires to secure the services of capable men in the various counties of this State. Those willing to devote their time to the ! ... business of securing applications for one of ! every single piece ol the best Lite Insurance companies in the country one furnishing insurance at a charge within the reach of the people, can make money. Only those who can crive first-class refer- reports 1 ences as to ability and integrity, apply to Maryland Sugar Corn iOc'can; $1.0u ao. Fine as Silk Sugar Corn 15c. can; $1.25 doz. Belt Brand Tomatoes.' Ripe ! Full Weight I Solid Pack,,l ' 12 J c. can; $1.25 doz. Every single article is a Bargain and Goods mut be sold. UPCHURCH & NORRIS, ; mch26 Trustees. ! April 11 44- May 11 47 June 11 50 July 11 54 August 11 hi September 10 )A October 10 5G November 10 38 December 10 38 January 10 3839 In Liverpool closed. cotton exchange was Cotton. City. Sale Tone. Mkt. Ret- Ex. Savannah, 140 Quiet 10 15-16 354 Philadelphia .... Steady 11 1-16 5316 1650 Mobile, Nomnl 10 7-8 25 .... Memphis, 1700 Firm 11 1176 .... Augusta, 50 Firm 11 7-8 150 .... New Orleans Steady 11 5151 2455 Wilmington, .... Quiet 10 7-8 3 .... Louisville, Steady 11 1-8 St. Louis, Quiet 11 618 Baltimore, .... Nomnl 11 1-4 1398 .... Galveston, 123 Steady 10 15-16 694 129 Norfolk, 81 Steady 11 336 Boston, holid y 420 421 J. C. Ellington, 4-1-dwlw General Agent, Raleigh, N. C J. P. GUTHRIE, Real Estate Ag-ent, Siler City, Chatham Co., N. C. Correspondence solicited from all sections of the county. Valuable farm and town lands bougnt and sold. Persons desiring to locate j in this section or purchase lands will do well to communicate with me. mchl7-d&w-lm j THE VICTOR TYPE-WRITER! Has eighty characters. Excels in quality of j worK. very simple, easy to learn. The best Type-writer for the money. Price $15.00 Only. Sample of actual work sent on application. WILLIAM EASDALE, Dealer, ltaleigh, N. C. AUCTION SALE OF LAND. By virtue of power con'erred on me by a certain deed of trust executed bv Hil- EASTER DISPLAY SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY HIGH NOVKfriKS IN TRI.MM Kl AND UNTRIMMEI GOODS. OF Fine - Millinery! The finest assortment of Choice Pattern Hats Ever exhibited will bo found at 211 Fay etteville street. A full line of Childreu'a nats at nil Prices. Novelties in Ribbons, Flowers, Feath ers and all Millinery Materials. We are also showing some choice styles ' Orders of Laco Straw, Neapolitan and Leghorn shapes. Flowers, Ribbons and Lices in endless variety. A beautiful selection of .Misses' and Children's School Hats. A rare bargain -No. 16 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 m showing our goods. from a distance will prompt attention. reciiv" Prices reasonable and satisfaction u.n an teed at Miss Maqole Rekse's, 209 FayetteYille St. SPECIAL NOTICES. Flowers For Easter. Easter flowers. soon. Lilies, Please Koses and other cut give in your orders H. Steinmktz, Florist. The Fidelity Mutual Life Association. Seven SrBixos, Wayne Co., N. C, April 2, 1890. The Fidelity Mutual Lite Association, rmLADELPHIA, Pa. Gentlemen : I am this day in receipt of your check, through your State Agent, Mr. A. E. J. Lindsey, in pay ment of policies Nos. 19,552 and 19,553, issuedby you in Juno, 1889, for 10,000, on the life of my late husband, Jas. M. Kornegay. The deceased had great confidence in your Company, haviner taken more insurance in it than any other. The !ow cost of the insurance and the prompt payment of the failures show that his confidence was worthily be stowed. I wish your company great success in North Carolina and elsewhere. Respectfully, Sarah A. Korneoat. Baltimore Produce Market. COTTON Firm. Middling 11 3-8. FLOUR Closed dull. Howard Street and Western super 200a50; do. ex. 275a360; do. family 375a430; city mills rio brands extra 420a440; winter wheat patent 440a460; spring do. do. 485a525; do. do. straight 425a475; do. do. extra 360a400. WHEAT Southern closed firm; Fultz 80a86; Longberry 81a87; No. 2 84 1-2; Steam er No. 2 red 82 1-2; western firmer; No. 2 winter red spot and April 84 l-4al-2. COKN Southern closed firm; white 39&40; yellow 35 3-4a37 1-4; Western strong; mixed spot and April 37al-2. OATS Fair, steady. Southern and Penn sylvania 27a30 1-2; Western white 29a30 1-2: do. mixed it&'2& i-vj; wo. 2 graded white 30al-2. . RYE Dull. Prime to choice 55ao7. ) PRO VISIONS Steady 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 6 l-4a 6 3-8; hams 10 l-2al2; Lard, refined, 7 1-2 PETROLEUM Steady: refined 7 1-4. COFFEE Dull and unchanged. Rio careoes fair 20. 5 SUGAR Steady. A soft 6. COPPER Refined steady 12 7-8al3 1-2 WHISKEY Firm 1.10al.l2. j.cxu j.. uuubu, tv uiuu io u. u i j IcCUrucU 111 i Registry of Wake county, N. C. in book j Mmi. Vrwl, RflMI!- No3, page 494, as well as by direction of NSW YOPK M nCFV said Smith, I will on Monday, April 7.' "muiiiiwuj Bazaar THE door in the city or Raleigh, N. C, offer lor sale to the highest bidder for cash, all the property in said deed described, being I ship containing about fiO acres, one 10-horse-power Tanner Engine; one Boss Cotton Press; one Centennial Cotton Gin and fixtures. B. F. MONTAGUE, Raleigh, March 6, '90. Trustee. mar9. Street. IVotice or Sale. By virtue of authority given in Wocliief. a deed in recorded in the trust from W Re page 241, 1 will sell on Mondav. ihe 91 of April 1890, at the Courthouse door of Wake j onutno iu nam county OI Take and near the Fair Grounds, adjoining lands of W. R. Crawford, Albert Williams and bounded by the Chapel Hill Road on the North and Holt street on the East, and fully described in said deed in trust, which is hereby referred to. Terms of sale cash; time 0tle l2clJ,ck' m- J- HOLDING, March 19, 1890. mchl9-d-tds Trustee Dress Goods and .Millinery. Real Estate Transfer. The following real estate transfer was made yesterday: Dr. Jas. Mckee to Dr. V. E. Turner and R. T. Gray; lot on Elm street, 52 by210, for $1,600. It is our opinion that every lady and every young miss in Raleigh will get a new dress and a new hat this spring, and if we can sell both the dress est and the hats, as nice, as stylish and much cheaper, I don't see any good reason why we should not sell you a dress and a hat. You cannot reasonably say that you can- Naval Stores. Wilmington, N. C, April 5. Spirits tur pentine firm at 371-2. Rosiu firm; strained 115, good do. 120. Tar firm at 1.30. Crude Tur pentine steady, hard 1.20; yellow dip and virgin 2.20. CORN Firm. White 47; yellow 44 1-2 45 1-2. New York Spirits turpentine quiet at 42a 42 1-2. Rosin dull; strained common to good $1 15a$1.20. & Savannah Spirits turpentine 39c Roain firm at fl.lSaf 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. Please Take Notice! THAT THE TIME FOR PLANTING MAGNOLIAS eire; Ia lot from 6 inches to 5 feet S S i P hundred. Lots for side wain at Sfr aTPJece',Pland and guaranteed in Nor nr fenJ,1ewLereIfhar for penfee extra, -SftrSSfc!!?. no responsibility. 1 also j ix,ixvjimcJj,a too numerous to nuu; x-ersona neeamg these Plants come early and make choice. J. M. BONNOT, James Street, Norfolk, Va. YARBORO IIOUSK. R. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raleigh, N. C. Rates, $2 5) per day. $10.50 to 115 per -. i. men- should Mch 26-lm to the Far- paid. The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, N. Good Middling, Middling, Strict Middling, Strict Low Middling, Tinges, Stains, Market firm. C, April 5 5 p. ar. 11 10 7-8 10 l-4al0 3-4 lOalO 1-2 Fertilizer Tax Refunded mers. As the fertilizer tax is really, in the ed, paid by the farmers who purchase and use it we propose, m case we shall succeed in con testing the validity of the fertilizer tax law to refund to them twenty-five cents tor each ton of our brand of "Peruvian Mixture" purchased and used by them during this season. We regard this as an act of simple justice v , AMERICAN FERTILIZER CO. mch 16-lm-d&w Norfolk, Va. WONDERFUL OFFER! If you waat to learn the secret of making the Best Laundry and Toilet Soap for 2 cents a pound now is your chance. For 40 cents we will send you the recipe for making the best soan you ever used and The Carthage Blade for 3 months, or the recipe alone for 25 cents This is no humbug, and satisfaction is .uaranteed or money refunded. Address," Th Blade, o, v. J Solicit the Patronage of the LADIES in Dress-making and Plain Sewing at my Residence 120 Halifax Street, Raleigh, N. C. Respectfully, 4-l-eod-lm MRS. IDA MORRIS. SUMNER & WATTS, Tonsorial Artists, ville street, Raleigh, N. C. Dluu' aJ ette mch6TtfFACTlN GUARATEED. HOTEL, FLORENCE. T. G. AnnisGTox, Manager, Raleigh, N. C. Rooms, with meals at Yarboro Hou i per day; $ 10.00 per week. ' WSpecial rates to lawyers attending ara-ly preme Court Magnolia Grandiflora. ,.Fo4rv.thetnex.t thirty days I will sell M-' lias three to eix feet high for one dollar From seed bed, 3 to 6 inches, five dollui 100. Cash with order. Apl-lm A. B. FORREST, 517 Polk St., Kali-igh, N Bvec-n the Centennial Graded S. -L.ol ; 401 Blount street, a Micros. Th. ti: i -r will please return to the Chbosiclk Okki lost: 1890. Spring Opening. 1890. 3Xo 11 is 111! Tlie Best xji-esis and Biiillejsj in Sacks and Cutaways $10, $12, $15. "Valme in. th tt;7wm h very fashionable r.nW nA i ... Our Boys' Department fiil iSf ai2d tmed, , burnishing Goods. Hats, Scarfs-tbi law" I0' earIJ Sp. E vjruoas, nats, Scarfs tho lott r " oa"j oprmg. , . Call cr We guarantee 25 per cent. LpHL? PJ.their U.beral Patron than anv write for prices. house in the state. DAVID ROSElfTHAIt, N. C. Leading Clothing House, Andrew Building, Raleigh, X.