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STATE OHEOirtOLE, SUNDAY MAY 25, 1890. RALEIGTI IN BRIEF. LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND AHOIJM) THE CAPITAL. COMING AND GOING. Know and yes- CITY CHURCHES TO-BAY. Short Items of News Gathered on the Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. T. W. Richardson was yesterday ap po'ntod a Justice of tho Peace for Ruck horn township, vice Rufus Gardner, re signed. Tho grass in Nasb square is being mowed. It is expected that tho new rustic seats will be put in the square this month. A regular meeting of W. G. Hill Lodge of Mftsons will be held on Mon- ,iav n?ht. the 2Gth. Visitine brethren r5 " ' welcomed. Tim net nrocecds realized from "The Hose recention. civea on Thursday by tho Bright Jewels was $32.20 instead of f2l.ll, as slated in yesterdays issue. We are looking for a hearty reception to bo erven to the Kev. Thos. Dixon on tho night of his lecture in Raleigh for the Baptist Tabernacle cany in June. Attention: Members of Manteo De Are Staff are earnestly requested to meet at Odd Fellows' Hall on Monday afternoon at 0:15 o'clock for practice. Tho concert fjven by tho children of tho graded school last week was for the benefit ot a library fund for the school. The amount realized was 191.00. Four convicts were received at the pornteutiary three being brought by sheriff if. McEachern, of Kobjsou coun ty, and one by Deputy Sheriff Yates, of Durham county. Everybody may remember that "Chil dren's Day" will be observed at the First 13 iptist eburch to day. Tho mornicg aud afternoon services will ba very interest ing. The new members of the Uicycle club are putting in some good practice during the evenings. Tho 'fafety" bicycle is coming to bo the favorite. About twenty were received here last week and another lot is expected hero this week. Tho Governor yesterday reprieved Jordan Pritchett, of Granville county, who was sentenced to be hanged on Juno Oth, till Juno 27th. The reprieve U granted to give an opportunity to in troduce no at evidence. Some quick freight transportation was inado by the Raleigh k Gaston rail road last week. On Thursday evening at 2 oc'ock Messrs. Pool & Mormg tele graphed to Richmond for a car load of meal. Cn Friday morning at 8 o'olock the meal arrived at the Raleigh & Gas ton depot. There was a meeting of tho stenog raphcrs last night for practice. They are rapidly increasing their speed, and in a short time will be equal to the most t xsctinjr occasions. Th're are ten first class stenographers in the lecal associa tion, all of them holding important po kitious, and there is a demand here for more. A horse dealer of this city was before a magistrate yesterday for a hearing on a charge of false pretense. It was alleged that ho had disposed of a horse by rep roionting tho animal to bo what it was not. If this kind of thing goes on, tbe chances are that horse swopping and trading will begiu to wane, aud this would bo awful on eouic folks. Some ol The Folks Yon Their Doings Capt. E. B. Engelhard returner! terday from Charlotte. Miss Ida Snelling went to Greensboro yesterday to visit'f riends. Dr. A. R- Van-3, of Wake Forest Col lege, was in the city yesterday. Mr. E. B. Barbee left for Eichrnoi d on a visit to bis family, who is summer ing there. Messrs. Ivan Proctor and E L. Flem ing left yesterday for R:chmond, where they will spend some time. Maj. S. M. Finger, " Superintendent of Public Instruction, returned from Ca tawba county yesterday . P. S. Spruill, Esq., of Louisburg, who has been in Richmond, passed through Raleigh yesterday on his way home. He is a brainy young man and is growing in his profession. Judge Womack passed through the city yesterday en route for Greensboro, where he opens court. He is still riding his own district, having made an ex change for the spring term. our city Tho committee appointed by the Chamber of Commerce to look alter the organization of a land and improvement company held a preliminary meeting yesterday. It is thought that every thing is favorable to an early organiza tion. The subscription books will be opened this week. There have already been some applications for stock. On Thursday afternoon and evening, May 29th, the ladies of Blount St. Presbyterian church will hold an ice cream aud strawberry symposium at the parsonago formerly occupied by Dr. At kinson. Ices of every description and other refreshing delicacies will be served and the public is cordially invited to attend. Mn.sio will bo charmingly ren dered during tho evening and every at tention shown the guests. THE COTTON FACTORY. II is Now One of the Interesting Places of the City. Ono of the interesting places of Ral eigh is tho now cotton factory. Tho ma chinery is arriving by the car load, and a number of exports are at work putting it in position. It is interesting to watch tbe placing of the great engine which is to furnish tho motivo power. It is gigantic in Aue, and a beauty in construction. Tbe factory floors are full curious-looking, intricate machinery, brilliantly painted, and presenting a kaleidoscopic appear ance as tno eye takes it in. It is all being put in position as rap idly as possible, and it will not bo long veioru ns merry uusiuess-souuaing num win w ncara. Copy From the Minutes ot the Board of Directors of the Citizens' National Hank. Re jolutions of respect for the memo ry of Wm. E. Anderson, late President of tie Citizens' National Bank of Kaleijri. We, the Directors of the Citizens' Xa ional Bank of Raleigh, N. C, moved by a profouud sense of our loss and that of the bank in tho death, on the 21st inst., of William E. Andeison, who had been our associate so Ioog and the President of the bank since its organization nearly twenty years ago, and of whose excel lent qualities of head and heart we had bee mrt cognizant by daily omcial ana 1 ! i 1 i personal laiercourse, oo who uearty sorrow, but .with heads bowed in sno missiou to that hand which so often takes the most worthy first, adopt the ft Rowing resolutions: Iirst. That the bank by the removal of President Anderson from rhis scone of his labors, has lost an oilicer whose financial ability was of high order, whose integrity was unswerving, whoso devotion to duty was constant and never failing, even to tbe moment when he fell unconscious at his desk to linger for a few hours and die with his harnes3on, aud whose courtesy to ail who ha,d bus iness dea'ings with him or with the bunk was such that they and, through them, nearly the whole community re garded him with the kindness of per sonal friendship. Second. That to each of us au l to every officer and employee of the bmk his absence will be a source of great and lasting regret as thit of a dear friend, and that his pleasing face, hia kindiy greeting, his cheerful conversation, of ten at oQce playful and instructive, his teuder consideration for the rights and feelings of others, his fulness of thai charity which "suffereth long and is kind." aod his unreserved, almost affec tionate manner with us in oar daily as sociation, wi 1 be ever pleasant memories to each and all of us. Thikd That we devote a page of our journal to these proceedings, and direct that a copy of them be sent to the wid ow or' our deceased friend, with assur ances of our deepest sympathy with her a ill ei io" Services will be held in churches to-day as follows: EPISCOPAL. Church, of the Good Shepherd. Rev. W. M. CiiAkk, Rector. Whitsun-day. Sunday-school at 9:30 Morning prayer, sermon and holy com munion at 11 a. rn. Evening prayer and sermon at 8.15 p. rn. Services during the week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a. m. All seats free. Polite ushers. All cordially invited. Christ Church. Rev. Dr. M. M Marshall. D. D .Rfctor. i - Whi:sun-day. Sunday sahcol at 9:45 m. Morning prayer and holy com munion at 11a. m. Evening prayer at 6 p.m. Services during Whitsnn week: Monday, Tuesday aud Friday at 10 a. m. Wednesday at G p. m. All cordially in vited. METHODIST. Edenton Street M. E. Church. Rev. J. H. Cordon, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Preach ing at 11 a. m. by Rev. F. L. Smith, of New York city, and at 8 p. m. by the pastor. The public cordially invited to attend all services. Central Methodist Church. Rev. L. L. Nash. Pastor. Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m., R. C. Redford, Superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8:15 p. m., by the pas tor. A cordial welcome to all. Brooklyn 31. E. Church. Rev. J. D. Pegram, Pastor. bunday school at 3. p. m. Preaching Commencements. The commencement exercises of Caro lina Institute, Nash Co., will take place Jane 18th and 19th, 18U0. Henry Biount, editor of the Mirror, will deliver the annual address oa the evening the 18th. of The annual commencement of Little ton Hisfh school will be held on Friday, June 6th. The marshals are T. M. Oreen. chiet: Messrs J. J. nooersou, W. White, W. G. Pegram, and D Newson. W. Domestic Cotton Dress Goods Depart ment. We take from our foreign cotton goods department and place in our Domestic Cotton Dress Goods Department a line of Scotch ginghams marking them at 17cts to 20cts per yard; goods that have been selling for 25 and 30cts. See th. m, W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. by the pas AU are cor- at 11 a. m.. and 7:30 p." m tor, Rev. J. D. Pegram. dialJy invited to attend. CATHOLIC. Church of the Sacred Heart. Rev. Father Charuss. O.S.B., Pastor. First communion services, mass and sermon at 10 a. m. May devotions at G p. m. BAPTIST. First Baptist Church. Rev. J. W. Carter, D. D., Pastor. Sunday school at 9 30 a. ni.f 1. H. liriggs, Superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. hi. ana S:30 p, m., by the pastor. Baptist Tabernacle Rsv. J. J. Hall, Pastor. Sunday School at 9:15 a. m. N. B. Broughtou, Superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. ivi. and 8 p. rn. Subject for morula, "Row to Draw Men;1' subject for night, "The Smitten Rock." A cor dial invitation to all. PJII2SRYTERIAN. First Presbyterian Church. Rev. John S. Watkins, D D. Pastor. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Preach ing at 11a. m. and 8 p. rn. by the pas tor. Services at Mission Chapel at 4 p. m. Polite ushers. Seats free. All cordially invited. CHRISTIAN. Christian Church. Rev. J. L. Foster, Pastor, Soiidity school at 9:30 a. m. Preach ing at 11a. m. and 8 p. m. by the pastor. Strang', aud visitors in the city are cordially invited to attend. THE WORLD'S COMMEKCE. New York, May 24. Messrs. Hub Co. in their cotton cir- Uti-itf cular to-night say : The holiday in Liverpool to-day, and ths absence of any advices from that market, has left the trading hero unaffected by any for eign influences, and the result has been a narrow and comparatively quiet mar ket, the disposition to liquidate long cotton having resulted in a slight de cline in the summer positions, August selling as low as 12.26. From this there was a slight recovery, but the close is feeble and the tendency evidently to wards the liquidation of long cotton. Receipts at our ports to-day esti mated at 800 bales, against 1,394 bales last week. The spot market is easy at un changed prices; middling uplands 12 cents. No sales have been reported. Transactions in futures 19,500 bales. Futures closed irregular as follows: May 12 35-3G June 12 35-3(5 July 12 41-42 August 12 27-23 September H 4041 October 10 8G 87 November 10 6869 December 10 67-68 January 10 70 71 February 10 7576 Liverpool the spot cotton closed steady; middlings 6 9-16; sales 8,000 bales. Cotton. in her great City. Sale j Tone. Mk't Ret- Ex. Galveston, 87 j Steady 11 5-8 52 L... Norfolk, 30 Steady 12 243 ... . Savannah 20 Quiet 11 3-4 574 . . . . Philadelphia Firni 115-8 3 Mobile, Firm 11 5-8 4 .... Memphis, 250 Firm 113-4 48 ... . Augusta, 4SLMFirm 11 S-4 21 ... Now Orleans 200 Quiet 11 7-8 . 121 4200 Wilmington, Firm 11 1-2 Louisville, Steady 113-4 bt Louis, 47 Firm 11 3-4 13 Baltimore, .... N'onvl 121-4 Boston, .... Firm 12 1-2 209 .... Is Oxford Improvement stock good? Certainly I What is it based upon? On 500 acres of land lying in and adjoining the town of Oxford; on 400 acress more suburbm property, controlled by the company, and on the 500 acres of min eral lands and also fiae bright tobacco lands, upon which the company has op tions How much stock is there? three thousand shares of $50 each. And lota are given away? To each holder of two shares a lot of 50x150 feet will be given. Where will these lots lie? In desirable Darts of the land right at the town and on continued and parallel streets. Will these lots be worth the pncj paid for the stock? Yes. Every holder of two shares gets a lot? Yes, except the original subscribers. By resolution of the board of directors they excluded themselves from thi3 priv ilege for the benefit or otner suoscn-bers. Why was the company started? To advance Oxford, make it the pride of the Golden Belt, and to make money for the share-holders. Will it succeed? It i 5. 1500 lot holders will nor. Jft i-- si ep. Tobacco is as good ti make i to a u oi as iron. It employs more hands. It is a luxury that is ever so ana smol e How do you pay for it? $10 down, balance in ftves when called for, not oftener than odc3 a month. And the doubting Thomases who had bought Arizona deserts and Florida swamp3 without a question, said you mak me a receipt for a few shares; make it four or six. I don't care. I take it for the baby. And in that way he got even on his outside investments. W. C. Reed, Secretary, Oxford, N. C, gives full informrtioa, or Walter Borden, Raleigh, N. C. a ntcssity and trade may be duli, but" the world will chew Cotton Dress Goods Domestic and Foreign and from 30 cents to 30 cents. A small line of French satteens. No better goods printed, only we are carrying too many of them aud we are going to sell them. W. II. k R S. Tucker & Co. New York Produce Market. city mills extras winter The Marriage Bells A- Hinging. (iospci Tent MeetingM. lAst night the evangelist, Rev. F. L Smith, gave a short 'Bible reading on "Assurance, ' after which testimonials were given by tho Christians present. The threatening clouds kept away the crowd, but those who came felt repaid tor inetr coming. Mr. Smith sang "Our Mothe-s' Way' at the dote of the meeting. To-morrow eveuing a young people's mas meeting wiil be held. The evan gelist will speak and the J. E. F. F quartette will render some of their beau tiful SODgS. At 8 o'clock an evangelistic service will bo held. The University Alumni. Tho name of Capt. C. M. Roberts should have bceu in the list of the Alum ni of the University residing in WTake county, puDiisnea m tne uiiuonicls a few days ago. He was at the University in lbOJ-oo. lha name or Mr. H. T. Cobb, 1832-63, also belongs in the list. Hie Chronicle will bo very glad it other members, whose names m:iy have been omitted, will ssnd their names for addition to the list. iTli The Chair of Theology at Shniv Uni versity. Rev. Geo. W. Greene,of Moravian Falls, one of the tnntefs cf the Baptist Fe male University, has accepted the Chair of Theology in Sh iW University, of this city, vice Rev. Thos. E. Skinner, re signed. Dr. Skinner resigned the chair to accept the Financial Agency of the Baptist Female University. Attention, (governor's Guard! You are ordered to meet in your armory Monday night May 26th, '90, at 8:30 o'clock. Business of importance, by order of the Captain. S. W. Hewin, First Sg'fc. fteautiiul Lots for Sale. faithfully, irleigh and grau- The Chronicle takes great pleasure in publishing the feet, even at this late day, than at Long Creek, Pender county, April 231, Capt. Abner Robin.son, of Duplin ccurry. was hfpily married to Mr.;. E. D. Gaivasoa. Captain Robinson serve 1 his cju .y in tlie last Siato iSeoate acceptably and and rna !e many frien'is in II eire vntre, wno will i.3in us m con ui&tions. A Card to the Public. All prohibitionists and those in favor of prohibition throughout the county are requested to organize in each town ship, for the purpose of sending dele gates to the Prohibition dominating convention, which meets at the court bouse in lialeigh on June 28th, 1890. Let all who are opposed to the liquor traffic, stir themselves nni get to work. ii. J. DOWELL. FLOUR Closet! dull ; 4.35.14. GO tor West Indies. WHEAT -Closed firm ; Nu. 2 rod 101 cash; No. 2 red winter May 97 c-1. CORN Closed dull; No. 2 mixed 40 cash; do. May 40 1-8. OATiS Closed steadv; No. 2 mixed 35 cash; No. 2 do. May 34. PORK Quiet: new mess 13.7oal3.25. LARD -I loae'd dull; June 6.85. SUGAR- Refined eteady; cut loaf and crushed (! 7-8: granulated 5- mould A 6 3-16. COFFEE- Closed steady; Fair Rio cargoes 3-4. CIAL NOTICES. Two people who aro willing to occupy the same room can find summer board at a cool and pleasant placo in a private family. Terms reasonable. Apply at the Chronicle office. tf From the Main Stock at Fayetteville Street Entrance. Do you want a nice lot in the moun tain metropolis in the 4 'Laud of the Sky." In a few days a large number of lots, comprising tho heart of Asheville, will be sold at public auction. The lots are in the most beautiful part of the city. They aro anion ' the choice build iag sites in all Asheville that town in which there are so many lovely sites for buildings. This is tho opportunity of a life time. If you ant particulars, read the 'ad" in to day's Chronicle, and then write to Richmond Pearson, Esq., of Asheville. Death, the Reaper, Still is Reaping. The Chronicle is pained to note tbe death of Mr. John MacRae, in Wil mington. He was connected with the Carolina Central Railroad, and was a brother of Hon. J. S. MacRae, of tbe Superior court. In Henderson, May 21st, Mrs. Bet tio F. Boyd, wife of Dr. O. S. Boyd, and daughter of Dr. Alex. Field, of Warren county. Sho was a consistent Christian and a member of tho Episco pal church. Saturday, May 20th, at 4 45, p. m., at 117 8. Blood worth street, Ida Baxter, aged five months and two days, daugh ter of E. M. and Isabdla Uzzell. The funeral will take place this (Sunday) afternoon at G o'clock, from the resi dence. Friends and acquaintances of ' family are invited to attend. LATE NEWS ITE3IS. ....The Winston-Salem University Alumni Association has been orgacizod with Mr. J. W. Fries a President; S P. Graves, Vice President; and A. H. Eiler, Secretary and Treasurer. ....Mr. Kirk patrick, the revenue agent who was shot near Hillsboro, has returned to thi3 place from his trip to Baltimore for medical aid and surgery. He is totally blind and has no hope of recovering his sight. This i3 a terrible result of official duty for the United States. He should be pensioned. nnH we understand proper step3 wiil be taken in that direction. Greensboro State. Mr. Henry keeeps a store at the depot in Statesville. Last Monday night, the watchman, Wm. Rickart," caught three tramps, one negro and two white men in the ttore. He bagged ths whole crowd and locked them in a box car where he kept them until Tuesday morn ing, when he marched them to jail. That same day they were arraigned in court and found guilty. Yesterday the judge sentenced each of them to a term of five years in the penitentiary. This was quick work all around. Charlotte News. We assort from the general stock of Dress Goods, and mark at prices that wiil make them intei'estiog, a table full of different fabrics, ail good for this and later season's wear. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co I want a live agent in every town in North Carolina. Big money to hustlers. Very little capital required. Boy 16 to 20 years old preferred. Light work and big profits. Address C. A. Jordan, Gen'l Agt., Care of 1st Nat. Bank. Baltimore I'roduce Market. COTTON Firm. Middling 12 1-4. FLOUR-Closed quiet; Howard Street and Western supeifine 225a275 ; do. extra 300a 400 ; do do family 4.25a4.85; city mills rio brands extra 475ao00; wiuter wheat patent 500ao 20; spring do. do. f).10a5.50: do. do. straight 4fiOa500; do. do. 5.U)a4.5U; do. do extra 410a450. WHEAT Southern quiet and firm; Fultz 87a92; Longberry 8Ja93; steamer ho. 2 red 88; Western easy ; No. 2 winter red spot ana May 92 3-4a93. CORN Southern quiet; white 40a43: yellow 42al4; Western steady; mixed spot and May OATS Steady ; ungraded Southern and PenDsylma 31a3b; Western white 35a36 1-2; do Western mixed 34a35; graded No. 2 white RYE Firm; choice (3a65. lim visivj.no uioseci (iairiy active; 'mess pork, old 12.75; new 13.10; bulk meats, loose shoulders 51; long clear and clear rib side 6 1-4; sugar pickled shoulders 6 1-4; sugar cured smoked shoulders 7 1-4; hams, hams small 11 l-4al2 1-2; large lOall Lard. rennea, 7 1-4. PETROLEUM Steady; refined 78. CO-bFLE Closed firmer; Rio cargoes fair 1U 3-i, SUGAR-Steady; granulated 6 1-16. COPPER Refined active at 13 l-2al4 1-4. W HISKEY Firm aud m good demand at l.uyal.lu. LEMON ELIXIR. A Pleasant Lemon Drink. For biliousness and consumption, take Lemon Elixir. bor indigestion and foul stomach. rate liemon Elixir. h or sick and nervous headaches, take Lemon Elixir. For sleeplessness and nervousness take Lemon Elixir. For loss of appetite and debilitv. take X -r,, ' bemon raixir. For fevers, chills and malaria, take Eemon Elixir. Lr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir will not fail you in any of the above named dis eases, all of which arise from a tornid nr aiseasea nver, stomach, kidneys or bow els. Prepared oulv bv Dr. H. Mozley. At lanta, Ga. 50o. and $1 00 per bottle, at druir gist. A Prominent Minister Writes. 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Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. Samples nnd Prices on Application, Phone 28- Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, May 24. vv heat opened active and weakj corn steady; oats active and lower; pi o visions icaiureiess. Closings: VVliHiAT May 95 1-4 ; June 96 ; Julv 95 1-2. cuuiN May 33 l-4a:j3 :i-8; June 33 l-4a 33 3-8; Julv 34. OATS Mav 26 1-4. POllS-June 13.15; July 13.2 Jj&ttD-june 6.12 1-2; July 6.25; Septem- KIBS June 5.25a5.27 1-2 ; July 5.37 Septmber 5.55. 1-2; St. Louis Produce Market. weak ; XXX mayl4-lm Durham, N. C. Sewing Saved And money made by buying your Un derwear of McKimmon, Moseley & Mc Gee. They aro acknowledged to have the most complete, best made and cheap est stock of Ladies' Muslin Underwear ever seen in Raleigh. They advertise the entire line to be sold at about cost during the coming week. It will pay you to see these goods and be convinced of their durability, and the time and trouble their use would save you. At Once, Tomorrow. 'We commence selling at cost all the Summer woollen dress goods in stock that cost us as ipucu or more than 20 cents per yard. This does not include white goods of any kind, only woollen goods. This is a bona fide sale. We mean to ell them at cost, and will not charge any more than they did cost. We make a sweeping reduction through cur entire stock for Summer months. Clothing of all kinds comes nnder this head, and you will do well to buy of us. We have a very large and complete stock cf dress goods, clothing, shoes, &C, &c. for you to select from' and you can come as near being suited with us as possibly in any store in the city or State. We are using every endeavor to reduce our stock, and profit is entirelv a secondary consideration. .We mav bo gemug reauy ro mane an assignment. Come and see if we look like it at Swindell's. FLOUR-ClosBd dull and 2.50a2 60; patents 5 00a5.15. WHEA.T Closed lower; June 93 1-2 ioaeu lower and nnn; May 31- June 31. OATS Closed lower and dull; May 27 bid. rumo sieam a a-i. Dur t i. i -i xuiiiv-oiauuam mess i.ou ; dry meat snouiuers o l-iao b-s; longs 5 5-8a5 3-4: cribs ang snort clear 5 3-4a6 00; bacon boxed Buouiueru oa-s; longs 5.90; clear 5.90a6.25. vm&Jfc,i sales 918 barrels finished goous oa tne oasis oi i per gallon for high 5.80a5.85; cribs 5.85a Naval Stores. TTT ,t -mm- . m u.aiuTiM, ix. u., jiav '24 Spirits tur pentine steady at 34 1-2. Rosin firm; strained i.zu;gooa ao. izo. lar lirni at 1.30. Crude lurpennaa , narcl 1.25 yellow dip 2.25; Vll i.JU. COKN Firm. White 52; yellow 50. The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, N. C, May 24-5 v. m. uooa jsiiauiing 12al2 1-8 -v.w;;," ":::::'.::i2 oo oilier xjuw vimuun iiiw 11 3-4 11 Mali 5-8 16 Hahgett 8t D, T. JOHNSON, Ag t, WHOLESALE Commission Merchant Daily receiving consignments of New Cabbage, New N. C. Cut and Roe Herrings, N. C. Hams, Potatoes, Chickens, Eggsy&c,&c. LOW PRICES TO THE TRADE. CORRESPONDENCE PROM SHIP. PERS SOLICITED. NOW IN STORK A Big Lot of Best Brands of Flour. Bought before the rise. Small Hams, Side and Shoulders. N. C. Canned Fruits and Vecretablflu non- ten's Cocoa, Dunham's Shred Cocoanut, Daisy Pickles (10c. bottle), Plain and Fancy Candy Bananas, Oranges, &c, &c. Free and Prompt D. T. JOHNSON, Ao't. Phone 28. SPRING AND SUMMER MILUNERY TTTn TT IT -wv-r-w AND UNTRLMMED GOODS. f f y f f q School Work VI 1,1. 15E- QHR GREAT SPECIALTY FOR THE 1VEXT NINETY DAYS, NEW PRESSES, NEW TYPE, . FRESH PAPElt, AND SKILLED WORKMEN -Estimates ftirnighrd ob apphain.... Largest and b-si equipment ia our Hue the State. in EDWARDS ii BROUGHTON, Printers, Binders and Blank Book Manufacturer, Raleigh, N. v? i b i k i k i l NOTICE. This im to ive notice that there will ben meeting ol the Democratic Judicial ExecntivS Committee ot the Fourth District on Tiu l 27th of May IbDO, at Baleigh to dctermire Afe' time and place M holding the Judidi vention of aid nutria ZTuVt?1?1 Loti' the members A full AttoTwlan.-.. ,.r Or Thf trmminr The miiml,..:.. n "-iiw:e IB UfcBirfc.l. nett; and uer8 are: C. B. Aycock, of Wavne-" of Johnson; ;. Iiors, of Tar W. N. Jones, of Wake. May-15-tf W. N. JOXKH rhm'T. Jud. Ex. Corn. 4th, Diet. Tinges Stains Market strong. City Produce 3Iarket. y -n Tt TrE CHRONICLE by Retail Grocers. Grocers. Raleigh, N Geese, Ducks, Turkeys, 10c. lb Chickens, 15 to 32 l-2o Egge, 10 to 11c Pork, 6c Beef, 5e Hams, 11 to 12 l-2c White peas, bush. 1.33 Black and clay do. 1.20 N. C. Cutlierrirg, $6.50 Bbl. Gross "2,50 Bbl. Mullets, 3,00 Bbl Boe Herring, $3,00 1-2 Bbl. C( (( C, 3Id3 21. 4A- t O j ju weet potatoes, 60c 2o to 40c i Dried neaoh t-f . , . lOclb uriea peaches, un- peeienv it, Dried apples, 4 to 5? lb Dried damsons, lOclb Dried blackberries, 8c A-'iicu wuorueoer- rie9 10c Hay per hun. 50C Fodder, " 90ol.00 neai straw, 40o jsroom straw, 2c bun. A fall line of nhil0'0 tr .11 Prices. Novelties in Ribbons, Flowers, Feath ers and all Millinery Materials. Orders from a distant iu - v prompt attention. receive Prices reasonable and satisfaction an teed at Miss Maggie Beesx FOR SALE. on county. Of the. Pino M(T l. lUCiailUB irom Aberdeen? Well iF? tWO ""iltH i d ail neceseary out-bouses- rot .vu. auun Hti may7-lra ROBT. N. PAGE, Aberdeen. Moore Co., N. C. guar- 2W FayetWviUe St. THE YARBORO HOUSE, E. B. RANEY. Prop'r, Baiioh, N. C. "atee, $2.50 per day. $10,50 to 5 per week HOTEL FLORENCE. T. Q. Abbikotoh, Manager, BAuaon, N. C. BooiMiwitomea at Yarboro House, $2X0 per day; $10.00 per week. Pcil rate, to lawyers attending 8a-MS-ly premo Court 1. . J.