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&TA.TE OHHONIOLB, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1890.
BALEIGH IN BBIEF. LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND ROUND THE CAPITAL. Short Items of News Gathered on the Fir by the Chronicle's Reporters. Mr. 0. F. ICing, of the Atlanta Con stitution, is in the city. The black yacht straw hat is the rage of the day among the men. The great fancy of the ladies and a pretty one it is for the season is cos tumes of black and gold colors. The public schools all close next Fri day, and commencement exercises will be held in Metropolitan hall on Tues day. Everybody remember that the Cham ber of Commerce meets to-night. It is very important to the interests of the city thu a large meeting be held. TheWomens' Christian Temperance Union will hold their regular meeting at the home of Rev. J. W. Carter, cor- ner Edenton and Sahsbuay streets, this afternoon at 5 o'clock. . Col. W. L. Saunders, Secretary of State, returned on Saturday from a pro tracted visit to Wilmington, where he has been sojourning for the benefit of his health. He reports himself as being much better and everybody is very glad . . ... . i a I to note his physical improvement. Mr. Charlie Turner narrowly escaped a serious accident yesterday evening. While driving, his pony became frightened, and ran up North Person street, throwing Mr. Turner out and muddying him up considerably, but happily not doing any serious damage. The Chronicle thanks Mr. G. T. Adams for an invitation to attend the commencement exercises of New Berne Collegiate Institute on June 6th. The annual sermon will be preached by Rev. J. Y. Fair, of Richmond, Va., and the literary address will be delivered by Rev. John F. Crowell, D. D., president of Trinity College. COMING AND GOING. Some ol The Folks You Know and Their Doings. Dr. George L. Kirby, of Goldsboro, is here. Mr. S. T. Pearson, of Morganton, is I at the Yarboro. Adjutant-General J. D. Glenn was in in the city yesterday. Mr.W.A. Turk went up toElkin yester day to attend the railroad celebration. Miss Minnie Whitter, of Henderson, who has been visiting feiends here, re turned home yesterday. Mr. Clarence Busbee left the city last nighl for Buena Vista, which place he will make his future home. Mr. F. E. ilorton returned to the city yesterday from an extended visit to the eastern part of the State. uoi. a. u. uavis passed tnrougn yes . J . - TXT' x o 1 I terday, en route for Winston-Salem, r?,m magniliceat site of more than thirty acres about a mile from the town. Mr. L. W. Smith left Raleigh ye3'er day afternoon for Atlanta, Ga., to at tend the Ancient Order of Workmen. He is the Grand Representative from Murphy Lodge No. 3. He will be ab sent about a week, and will keep the Chronicle posted as to the doings of the Grand Lodge. Church Notes of Last Sunday. Bishop Lyman made a visitation to the Church of the Good Shepherd last SnndftV and anmimaUrml Hi anrtafnlin J "W- vuw MfrvwiVllV rite of confirmation to a class of seven. At Edenton street Methodist church a class of seventeen was graduated from the infant class into the intermediate de partment and two new classes formed. Unusually large congregations were present at Dotn morning ana evening services to hear sermons from the pastor yuTVl(U ""UJWl,V:" 5f1 ject being "Some Things !Hard to Be heve ' and the evening subject being "Christian Growth." The pastors of the First Baptist church, the Baptist Tabernacle, Central M. . church and the Christian church were all out of the city, in attendance upon the great conventions of their respective denominations. There were no services in the First Baptist church. Rev. Dr. O. T. Bailey preached in the Baptist Tabernacle in the morning, and Hon. John C. Scarborough gave a most in structive talk there at the evening ser vice. Rev. R. H. Whitaker preached at Central M. E. church in the morning and at the Christian church in the evening. Prof. Bellezza's Dancing School. The second series of lessons of Prof. Bellezza's dancing academy has com meoced. The lessons for ladies will be given on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur ay evenings. Gentlemen's lessons are given on Monday, Wednesday and Fri day nights. The first of the new series of lessons for ladies will begin in Henry hall this afternoon. Death, the Reaper, Still in Reaping. Died at his residence in Eocky Mount, N. O., Saturday night, May 10th, Mr. Spencer L. Hart, aged about 60 years. Mr. Hart was postmaster at Rocky Mount under Cleveland, and in all the relations of life was a man above reproach. Monument ro Col. L. C. Jones. (Charlotte Chronicle.) The monument to be erected to the l&te Col. L C. Jones by the officers and emplyeea of the Carolina Central rail road, has been commenced by Wallace Durham of this city. The monument will be of Mooresville granite . and will be ten feet six inches from base to apex. The base is four feet square. The following is the inscription to be engraved upon it : Leonidas Campbell Jones, Born in Richmond, Died in Wilmington 18301889. A tribute from the officers and em ployees of the Carolina Railroad Com pany, to their late superintendent" The moDument will be erected at Col. Jones- grave at Buffalo church, and will cost f 500; The Henderson Tomahawk says : "Wake county has a cattle show in Raleigh on the 15th. There is nothing more neg lected in the South than the raising of stock good stock, especially. The poor est economy ever practiced is feeding a cow that gives quart of milk a day, or raising a Deei Loan is oniy worm ss.uu to $10 00 when grown. Nothing is bet ter calculated to inspire interest in this matter than these shows. Go to it. SPECIAL NOTICES. Lost. A little female Russian terrier, cream color, long, shaggy hair. Has on silver collar with "Ducello," engraved on the same; auswers to the name of "Gypsy." A liberal reward will be given for her return to this office. At Swindell's. You will find the handsomest lino of summer clothing to be seeen in the city. Our onces are low and goods are the best. We want you to see our stock be fore buying, for we feel sure we can offer you some thing3 you will not be able to find at the price elsewhere in the citv. We have a very full and com plete line of all kinds of gents' furnish ,rrt kaaHs ehnaa hat: n n A nrtrDoi- c(-n ing goods, shoes, hats, underwear, etc. etc. Come and see us at Swindell's Large Lot of Fish. We have just received on consignment a lot of nice fish N. C. cut and roe her rings which we will sell at private sale until Saturday, May 17th, when we shall sell balance on hand at public auction. We guarantee them in every respect. Sale at 12 o clock Saturday. Yancey & Stronach, Auctioneers and Com. Merchants. tu th and sat. Silk Grenadines. These old-time favorites are more popular now than ever. They are su perceding all thin materials for real dressing costumes, and are shown in the most novel and pleasing designs that modern manufacturers can produce. Rich in lustre, new. fresh goods, and cheaper than ever. Plain Tronfraine Grenadines, all silk, and warranted not to slip, $1.25 and $1.50; beautiful bro cades, satin, surah and brocade stripes and polka dots, $1.25 to $2.25 per yard. W. II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Sacrificing French Dress Goods. Now is your chance if you ever ex pect bargains. The sacrifice we pro pose to make are on French Dress pat terns, all new and seasonable goods; not goods from last season that are undesir able, but patterns that were imported a few weeks ago and have been in our house only a short time. We need the room for other things, and have marked KllO CUWS VU CU V VUUUO U VXXK UU111U WehaTe Tariety enough and the styles P"erna Jill astlnUh you, no ess the entire lot at 60 cents on the dollar. tnan tne remarkably low prices, prices begin as low as $4.50. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & The Co. THE WOBLD'S COMMENCE. New York, May 12. Messrs. Hub bard, Price & Co. in their cotton cir cular to-night say : Manchester shows no disposition to consider 6 1-2 pence, a limit at which she will stop buying cot ton, that price being touched in Liver- cool to-dav with sales of 10,000 bales. without creating any movement toward I. . .. short time as usual at this price. Ten ders in Liverpool are likewise without effect upon prices, the bureau repoit of Saturday causing an advance, which was maintained at the close, though the tone was but barely steady. So far this month 93,000 bales have been tendered and received, mainly in Liverpool. Locally the market opened firm at an advance upon the new crop positions to close steady at about Saturday's prices. Receipts at our ports to-day esti mated at 2,500 bales, against 4,145 bales last week. The spot market is easy at former prices; middling uplands 12c. Sales 608 bales. Sales during the past week and not before reported: For spinners, 973 bales; export, 2,095 bales; total, 3,030 bales. Transactions in futures to-day 44,000 bales. Futures closed steady as follows: May 11 91-95 June 11 94-95 July 11 9596 August 11 93-94 September 11 3637 October 10 8687 November ; 10 6768 December 10 6667 January 10 6970 February' 10 7371 Liverpool spot cotton closed steady; middlings 7 7-1 6d; sales 7,000 bales. Cotton. City. "Sile-Tone. WLri Kct-EIT Savannah. 375 Firm 11 3-8 36 Philadelphia Firm 12 3-16 25 Mobile, 1000 Quiet 11 7-16 24 .... Memphis, 275 Quiet 11 5-8 316 Augusta, Quiet 11 5-8 108 New Orleans 1300 Firm 11 5-8 1280 Wilmington, Firm 11 1-2 2 Louisville, Steady 11 3-4 St Louis, .... Steady 11 9-16 68 .... Baltimore, .... Nom'I 11 7-8 555 18G Galveston, 11 Quiet 11 1-2 Norfolk, 17 Steady 11 3-4 390 ... . Boston, .... Qniet 12 1-8 94 New York Produce Market. FLOUR Closed quiet and firm fine grades winter 2.10&2.50 ; Southern steadv; trade and family extras 3.15a4.70. WHEAT Closed firm; spot sales No. 2 red winter 98a99; No. 2 red winter Mav 99 1 2. CORN Closed lower ; spot sales No. 2 mixed 41 l-2a42; No. 2 mixed Mav 42 1-8. OATS Closed quiet; spot sales" No. 1 white 38; No. 2 mixed May 33 1-4. PORK Moderately active and unchanged at 14.00al4.25 for new mess. LARD Closed steady: June 6.55. BUUAii- Kennea nrmer ; cut loaf and crusnea o -o; powaerea 6 l-8a6 1-4. COFFEE-Closed steadv; Fair Rio cargoes 19 3-4. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago. May 12.wheat opened lower; curu Btcauj', uauj Birung provisions QUii. Closings: WHEAT May 95 1-2; June 94 1-2; July CORN May 34 3-4 ; June 34 l-2a34 July 35 1-8. 5-8; "Aoj-M-y 27 3-4; June 26 5-8 ; July fOBK-June 12.90; July 13.15. &fPuno f 30a6-32 l-2; July 6.40a6.42 1-2. BIBB June 5.40; July 5.47 1-2. WlLtI"GTOX nentiue iirm at at 32. liosiii iirm; saamid UO, good do. l'2o. Tar iirm at pentine firm, hard 1.25 1.35. Crude Tur- yellow dip 2.25 virgin 2.50. CORN Firm. White 51; yellow 4SJ. New l'ork Spirits turpentine quiet at 42a 42 1-2. Rosin dull; 8trained common to good f 1 15a$1.20. Savannah Spirits turpentine 39c. paid. Rosin firm at $ 1.15a$1.20. Charleston Spirits turpentine quiet at 38c. .Rosin quiet; good strained $1.10. .Liverpool spirits turpentine 313, 3d. com mon rosin spot 4s, 3d. The Citv Cotton Market. Raleigh. N. C. Mav 125 p. m. Good Middling ; . .n 1-2all 5-S Strict Low Middling 11 3-8 Middling 11 3-8 Tinges 10 3-4ali 1-4 Stains .OalO 1-2 Aiarietffrm, witn good light receipts. Situation as Teacher Wanted. A young lady desires a Summer School for children. Teaches the ordinarv branches ol an EngliHh education, and in addition, Music ana ijaun, 11 aesirea. Address CHRONICLE OFFICE, Raleigh, N. C. may 6-tf hew founds., m wm w. Having equipped our shop with new and improved tools, we are prepared to c.o all kinds of machine work in a first-class and workman-like manner, and as cheap as first class work can be done anywhere. Overhauling and repairing engines a. spe cialty. Messrs. WOOD & PARK, Being first-class practical men themselves is a surhcient guarantee. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. mhll-ly 101 West St., Raleigh, N. C. NEW AND POPULAR MUSIC ! If you Love me Darling, Tell me with your Eyes." Bv Hcbb.vrd Smith, 25c. "The Sons I'll Never Forget. By Juliak Jordan, 60c. "That Melody Divine." By Julia Jokdax, COc. "Light of 31 y Life." By Jclia Jordan, 50c. "Up Comes JlcCiinty." By Henry Ballot;, 40c. Ax, &.c, &.c. "HARP" GUITARS. Our sales of Guitars for the past thirty daya has more than doubled those of the previous month. During this week we will offer a special dis count of ten per cent, on "Harp" Guitars. The reason we do this is ta get this gui1 thoroughly known. To do this we have to get them in the hands of the public. Every body should have one, and now is the time to save two or three dollars on it from the already low prices. We have a full and selected stock and everv instrument is war ranted. NORTH STATE MUSK J CO., Cecil G. Stone, Mg'r, 113 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. C. For the City and Country- (:o:) OUR ICE WAGONS WILL BE ready to start next Monday if tne weatner be warm. Persons who wish ice at their residences or places of business will please notify us and equip themselves with tickets, and we will be pleased to resume the business of serving them with ice of best quality. At present the following will be the Price of Tickets: 20 50 40 40 5 10 25 50 lb tickets 100 500 1000 lbs 95cts $ 4.50 it 8.00 15.00 " 2000 for shipping Packed pounds. $1.00 per 100 Special rates on large lots Not less than two tons can be shipped unpacked. TERMS CASH. JONES & POWELL. Agents Raleigh Ice Factory. Phone 28- 16 Habgett 8t D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't, WHOLESALE Commission Merchant Daily receiving consignments of mr - new auuage, mew m. V. Cut and Roe Herrings, N. C. Hams, Potatoes, Chickens, Eggs, &c., &c. LOW PRICES TO THE TRADE. CORRESPONDENCE FROM SHIP PERS SOLICITED. NOW IN STOKE A Big Lot of Best Brands of Flour, Bought before the rise. Small Hams, Sides and Shoulders. N. C. Canned Fm'ts and ron.i,i.. ten's Cocoa, Dunham's Shred Cocoanut Daisy Pickles (10c. hottlfO Pin nr.A Z U aisy Pickles (10c Bananas, O delivery. Phone 28 ;es, 4c, &c. Free and Prompt D. T. JOHNSON a' J Solicit the Patronage of the LADIES in Dress-making and Plain Sewing at mv Residence. 120 Halifax Street, Sleigh, N7 , , j , Beepectfully, 4-1-eod-lm MBS. IDA MORRIS. Is ml "" 7 DRESS GOODS-- We will show his week the Laigest and most elegant ,tock of Woolen J ress (iooas ever seen a this country. The styles are iu ue veaves, ana nave ior xiiuuluiu&o aost beautiful nov lties in new designs d contrasting shades tbat Diena per fectly. SILKS- . , , In this department we uao a large and well selected stock of Black Silks in the latest weaves, with Trim mings beautiful byond description, yoi- orod aiiKs m ever uo v vy Nothing like the elegant mie ui Trimmings in colora have ever been seen in Raleigh. We have a large and well assorted stock.and certainty can please the most critical and conservative buyer, as we have them in all the desirable styles and at all prices. BLACK LACES While Black Lace Dresses are not by any means new, they are yet in much favor and great de- mand. Jvery lauy musi wave Lace, and, fortunately, they are m reach of all. We have an elegant nne at Dpecnu Prices for this week, ana invite an ladies to inspect them . PARASOLS- Newest things in Parasols largest stock to select trom. Gents' and Ladies' lilacK &uk umorei ba in nil the new designs in handles. Every Department is lull ot fepnng and Summer Goods, and invite your in spection. MCKIMMON, MOSELTSY & JxlCUEE, 129 and 131 Favetteville St.. Raleigh, N. C. BOYS WILL FROLIC, And this is the tinia they pant for strong pants something to stand their mirth and glee. We have just received by Express, directly from the manufacturer, a large lot of Pants that we think will fill the bill. Reliable Go 3ds, Low Prices. CLOTHIERS SHATTERS JAMEF McKIMMON & CO., JAMES MoKIMMON & CO., 133 Fayetteville Street and 5 Hargett 8t -BUY -BUY THE THE BEST-BEST- We Have Just Receiver! a Fall Line of Peter F-j-nderson's liAKDEN SEJSD GARDEN SEED PURITAN POTATOES ONION SETS -Everything Pertaining to the Garden -JAMES MoKIMMON & CO.--JAMES MoKIMMON & CO.- KING'S ROYAL GERJIETEUR la tho remedy for you to use, for it is one of the best ever offered. If vou are troubled wit Rheumatism, Catarrh, "Dvspepsia, Indi gestion, Nervous Headache, Liver and Kid ney troubles, skin disease or any blood dis ease, go at once and get a bottle of -'Royal Germeteur; " use according to directions and it will cure yon. Thousands are using this medicine and all recommend it. Sales have increased a hundred per cent, in Raleigh in the past thirty days. Nearly four hundred -auuus sum nere m the past sixtv pays: seventy-five gallons sold in the last ten davs. Give K. R. a fair trial and vou will be pleased with resnlts. Send for circulars and see what those who have tried Germeteur aav about it. Dealers handling cr desiring to handle this medicine will find i: to their interest to order of or coi respond with A. E. JORDAN, Agt. Dr. King's Royal Germeteur Raleigh, N. C. FOR SALE. A tract of land containing about 1 300aorP n the Raleigh & Augusta Railroad in titJ ' on me ltaieigh & Augusta Railroad, in Moore county, one mile from and adjoinin- helan of the Rue Bluff health resoA, and'two mSS irom Aoeraoen. Well watered; has on it a unoiuuK, iiu seven lare If knr, r uecessary out-houses; co?t $1,500 lour years ago, in good repair. Lami adapted to small fruits, grapes, etc.; or would make an excellent sheep farm. Will be sS d cheap. The chance of aF lifetime to secure a SoudS healthie8t crnn.A n. A ll "vrsl "Cll OI ROBT. N. PAGE, Aeebdeen, Moore Co., N. C. mav7-lm LW Hill, V- Manufacturers and WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALEBS ix RALEIGH, N. C. Commencing MONDAY, APRIL 28. We will run delivery wagons for the con venience of private families. apr25-tf FLOOR IVITVTH, We offer Floor Paints of Superb Quality. THEY combine natural minerals with hard-drying liquids. THEY are finely ground, and thoroughly mixed. TnEY cover well and dry hard in" twelve "Krm ra THEY stand exposure to weather and the wear of washing, hence are espe cially applicable for Piazza and Kitchen floors. The following Colors in Stock : LIGHT RED, DARK YELLOW STONE, LIOHT YELLOW SLATE AND LIGHT BROWN. ALL KINDS OF PAINTS IN SMALL CANS. STAINS OF DIFFERENT COLORS, AND HARD VARNISH TO FINISH WITH. THOMAS H. BRIGGS & SONS Raleigh, N. C. FOR DINNER DESSERT AAU TEA. Everything in the way of first-class canned eoods: Peaches, Pears, Apricots, Cherries, &c, &c. Canned Vegetables of every description; bhrimps, balmon, Crab3, Lobsters, &c. Best goods, lowest prices. A good corn, standard No. 2 size, at 10c. per can is a cheap vegetable. HARDIN & PESCUD. NEW ROE HERRINGS. Thirty thousand new Roe Herrings, finest ? ish, packed expressly to order; at retail, and in half barrels, containing one hundred pounds of fish net. Weight guaranieea. HARDIN & PESCUD. FLOUR, FLOUR. Tnplett's "Monarch," "Stock's Queen," and the ever popular Pataosco brands. "Superlative" and "Orange Grove. Prices as low as tne lowest. HARDIN & PESCUD. PRETTY FURNITURE MAKES COSY HOMES ! COSY HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE I -AND- A.G. RHODES & COMPANY a i Are making people happy every dav bv the UDerai teims they offer on all kinds of FURNITURE! Fancy Chairs! Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrohes! Everything! v,uuiuer onus, oompiete, in great variety Broken Suite provided if desired. We will accommodate you and please vou it J 1 x i, UB e a&ye 100 many things to talk about. Come and see them 1 It will be like going to a fair. . It. ItHODES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. No. 10 Exchange Place. NOTICED Ngbth Carolina, ) Before Clerk Wako County, f Superior Court. . Motice is hereby given that I have this dav issued letters declaring J. M. Breughfcon, W N. Jones and J. N. Holding and their neo nates and successors, a corporation for the Fu. pusuu bcs iyj in in tne articles ot incorpora- "xi xx.otx a.nu iccuruou in tms office, witn all "xo Fiiy iieges cuniirrea upon corporations i v. i . oae oi a or tn Carol iaa uuiuC14b itmenuaiory tnereof. The sub stance ot said articles is that the said parties desire to become incorporated under the r.6"?1"?1-8. Kaleigh Beal Estate auu me uusiness proposed to be done by said company is the buying, sellinir renting, leasing, holding and improving real potato onrl nsrrnti'. 1 " '.6 iCUl "-j,v"ouuK iua.ua on real and ner eona property, the buying, selling, renting auu leasing real esute on comminainna Z taking, holding purchasing and selling op te, the collection of rent tions on real estate rt-.tr. x i ' , , ItUlO. w aouiiuj ana otner evidences of indebt edness, the. placing of insurance on property on commissions, and such other acts as mil - "uesaary 10 enectuate the purnoees nn i aerated. The place of businessosafd co?I ' So ffid S6f;ttDCref e,the capital s Skft , io hundred thousand dollars. The utoek- , ualiv liable for thedebteof the sace. I ru,v q CIIAS- D' UPCHURCH. April 2G, 19W Penr 0Urt Wake COUnty- jTHE YARBORO HOUSE. R. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raleigh, N. C. Hates, $2 50 per day. $10.50 to $15 per week HOTEL FLORENCE. T. G. Abbij-qtoit, Manager, Raleigh, N. C. Booms, with meals at Yarboro House S2 0O per day; $10.00 per week. special rates to lawyers attending Su 'ly pr erne Court CATTLE FOOD, CORN AND OAT CllopS BROWN STUFF Rice and Cotton Seed Meu BRAN- 200 SCKS. GOOD SWEET WESTEIIX ME ?1.15 ack. iiO scks. Good Stock 3leal $1.10 eck. One Car Good Timothy and Clover 70t, 100 ll3. FANCY TIMOTHY HAY, 1.00 for 100 lbs. I! sv. PEASE. Clay, Black, Grease Pot and Whippowil Pease. SOAP STARCH. 230 bxs. Stand a.- J'.rands Lanndrv c. . . Mam. ?' irers' Prices. Kirka'n Regent S mdard Cable- v. ,. Kiiif. OJ.vv; and Admiral. Lippu' Splendid Armaticand Vi-t.,n New York Soap Co's Active. Colgate's Octagon and NewOvai. Kirk's Toilet Soaps, Ac, dc-Iivc-r.-.i i., Charge. 100 STANDARD BRANDS FAMILY STARCH, At Manulacturtrs' i'riee. KINGSFORD'S SILVER GLOSS, OSWEGO PURE PIO NEER AND GOLDEN GRAIN STARCH, 1, 2, 3 and ( lb. pekgs and in bulk. WOOD'S Gloss Polish, Fruit of Field, Enamel and Gloss Starch, 1-2, 1 lb. and 3 lb. pekgs and in bulk. CELLULOID STARCH. 40O Bbls. FANCY ROLLER PATENT FLOTTi G bbl. FINEST ROLLER PATENT FLOI i; 16.50 bbl. W. C. & A. B. STRONACH. GROCERS AND CANDY MAM'. FACTURERS, And Headquarters for Evt -rytliuu in STAPLE AND FANCY GBOCKUlE.. 9 School Work -WILL BE- OUR GREAT SPECIALTY -FOR THE EXT NINETY DAYS. NEW PRES8ES, NEW TYPE, FRESH PAl'EK. AND SKILLED WORKMEN. -Estimates furnished on application. Largest and best equipment in our line n. the State. EDWARDS 4 BIIOCGHTON, Printers, Binders and Blank Book Manufacturers, Baleigh, N. i k i k $ k i I Have just returned from the North ern xtlarkctw with the largest ami best assortment ol Imported SI'KIX. AND SUMMER SUITINGS ever tier ed in the city of Raleigh. My term are CASH, which will enable me o sell these goods at astonishingly low figures. Come early and make your selection before my Stock has been picked over. Pleasure taken in Showing Stock and explaining how an elegant and satis factory outfit can be had at small eot. I. WINETROB, MERCHANT TAILOR 114 Fayetteville St. FLOUR ns AND STUCK For Sale. Three Registered JERSEY COWSii calf to Stoke Pogis Bull. Poland China Pigs, Cros-brcd Vic toria and Poland China and lierkshirf Pigs. A lecipe, sure preventative lor Cholera, given to each purchaser. Tomato Plants and Sweet Totato Slip- , W. O. STEONACH. may6-lw s