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AT PEJfCB INSTITUTE.
TUC men AttT GALL ERY AHD ITS COHTRIDUTORS. The Young Ladles Wko Wot Distinc tions Dartag the Session The Com meacemeut Concert Last Night. Among tbe announcements from Peace Institute this week wu one stating that the art studio wonld be open onTues- daj from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Yesterday there were a great many visitors to that gallery, and it proved to be a place of great beauty and interest The art exhibit for this year is, per haps, not qnite so extensive . as it has been, but it may be said that the quality and finish of the work shown has never been equalled before. The results of the session's study and work is a credit to the institution; and through all the art works there appeared evidence of the superior Instruction and training im parted to the youog lady pupils by Miss Back, tbe very talented teacher in the Art Department The Contributors. The observer in the studio noticed that the following young ladies had con tributed to its beauties : f " Miss Lily Bell-Four oil paintings, in cluding a beautiful floral screen, and a superb coast t cene in eastern Carolina: . Miss Annie Burwell, decorated, set of chin; very handsome. If las Ella Burwell. crayons from ani mal life, Ifiss Annie Burwell Oue crayon por trait and five very handsome oil paint ings from natnre. Miss Nettie Burwell Four crayons, and handsome specimens of modelling Miss Bena Burwell Handsome cray on work from models very perfect. Miss Anna Crow Crayon work and oil paintings in flowers and shells and from sea life. ifiss NanDa Cutmnlngs Prize pupil of the art Department several pieces of crayon work in portraits and nature very, good.,, . Miss Baiue uiarg An meuaust ex-1 hibits in drawing and painting in heads and flowers. Miss Carrie May Doekery two ele gant crayon portraits and a number of smaller drawings from nature. . Miss Mary Jenkins orayon work from animal life. Miss 'Willie Brown Graves crayon work from nature in good variety. Miss Sadie Hamer crayon portrait and oil paintings, including screen in flowers and scenes in tropical life. Miss Mamie Heartt - two crayon por traits and other crayou woik irom life, and a splendid copy of tbe Madonna. Burke. Bona Burwell, Irene Johnson. Wlma Griffin. Willi Long, Mamie Heart t, Anna Yates, Battle Howard. Physics. Maggie Buike,Nana Gummiogs, Willie Brown Graves, Willie Long, Anna Yates, Jennie Pescud, Maud Merrimon. ' . . Botany. Effie Bowen, Helen Burjre, Nannie Fleming, Katie Stronacb, Katie Law rence, Leta Bowen, Nannie Bowen, Jen nie Lyon, Willie Long, Wilma Griffin, Helen Malloy, Ella Bar well, Annie Saunders, Mary Timberlake. School ot Mathematics. ABITHMATIC. Maud Denton. Katie Lawrence, Enla Bedford. ; ALGEBRA. Katie Lawrence, Anna Marsh, Fannie Williamson. Lizzie Crow, Annie Saun ders. Duffv Conn. Leta Bowen Iffie SPECIAL RATES: To Places of interest and profit. Bxdvcid Rates to DATtosoif Coixvok Commencement Reduced rates to Dav idson College commencement has been granted by the Richmond & Danville railroad company from all points in the territory Dounaea DyAsneviiie, ruueigu, Greensboro, Seneca City and Columbia. Tickets on sale June 8th to 12th inclu sive, with at final limit of June 16th. The commencement, exercises are on June 11th and 12th. Similar arrange ments will be made with the other rail roads of North and South Carolina. Bowen, Nannie Fleming, Lillie BelL GEOMETRY. Maceie Burke. Maud Fleming, Willie Brown Graves, Maud Merrimon, Lou P. Mcl?er. Helen Malloy. Gena Rowland, Rose Smith. Annie Saunders, Fannie Terrell, Anna Yates, Irene Johnson, Cornelia Bailey, Mary Mills. RRIGONOMRTKY. Lillie Covington, Marrie Mullens, Zoa Rigsbee, Gena Rowland, Mary Boose, Wilma Griffin, Irene Johnson. BOOKKEEPING. Tempie Betts, Daisy Branson, Maggie Smith, Ross Smith. School of Modern Languages. FRENCH. Lillie Bell, Maggie Burke Benn, Nana Cummings, Hattie Howard, Marie Law, Willie Long, Helen Malloy, Jennie Pes cud, Mary Pescud, Maud Merrimon, Anna Stronacb, Anna i tes, Nora Wat kins, Lonnie Winston. Dest Collection of French Quotations and Proverbs. Maud Merrimon. echool of Ancient Languages , . . . LATIN. Cornelia Buley, Iffle Bowen, Leta Bowen, Nannie Bowen, Maggie Burke, Ella Burwell, Ren a Burwell, Pattie Car ter, Dutfey Conn, Lizzie Crow, Maud Denton, Emmie Faucette, Nannie Flem ing, Willie Brown Graves, Sadie Hamer, Gertrude Johnson, Ktie Lawrence, Helen Malloy, Anna Marsh, Lou Mclver, Maude Merrimon, Mary Mills, Eula Bedford, Annie Saunders, Katie Stron acb, Anna Yates, Jennie Pescud, Irene Johnson, Wilma Griffin, Fannie Wil liamson. The Annual Concert. Last night at eight o'clock the annual concert was presented, and these very delightful exercises closed the session of Peace Institute lor 1889-90. III Mm Special Trains for Trinity College Commencement The Richmond & Dan ville railroad will run special train be tween uign rant and Trimtv on follow ing schedules for the accommodation of parties attending Trinity College com mencement: .,- June 9th and 10th Leave High Point 10:30 a. m.: arrive Trinity 10:45 a. m.; leave Trinity 10:45 a. m.; leave Trinity 10:55 a. m.; arrive High Point 11:10 a.m. June 11th and 12th -Leave High Point J 8 a. m.; arrive Trinity 8:15 a. m.; leave Trinity 8:30 a. m.; arrive High Point 8:45 a. m. ; leave High Point 10:30 a. m.; arrive Trinity 10:45 a. m.; leave Trinity 4 p.m.; arrive High Point 4:15 p.m.; leave High Point 5 p. m.; arrive Trinity 5:20 p. m. These trains will make connection at High Point with passenger trains on main line and are in addition to regular trains on Asheboro Branch, except there will be no train leaving High Point for Asheboro at 1:30 p. m. on June 11th and 1 2th. The train leaving High Point at 5 p. m. will go tbrongb to Asheboro 3,000 THE GREATEST SALE OF MEN'S SUITS EVER INAUGURATED IN THIS CITY. CHOICE MEN'S SUITS that were excellent values at $22.50.920 aad 918, at one stroke go down to (lone Will Be Sent Out On Approval. GHOICE Positively (lone Charged, Some Johnston County Cotton. Yesterday Mr. W. H. McCullers, of Clayton, showed a splendid stalk of cot ton to his friends here. It was well de veloped, healthy and strong, twelve and a ball inches high and had three squares. It was taken from a forty-acre field, and is but a fair sample of the entire crop on that tract. Uotton is on a growing boom all through this section. Death the Reaper, Still is Reaping:. At tbe residence of her parents, on Smith field street, at 8:15 o'clock Sunday night, little Daisy May, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Arnold, aged 13 months. There was a larare and select audience Jcraie Biggs very young lady-seven present, and every member of the gath years old exhibited beautiful models ering enjoyed the following elaborate la fruits. Miss Hattie Howard -orayon work portraits and work from nature and ani mal life. Miss Zoa Riggsbec lovely triple screen in oil, representing rich floral life, and also work from feathered life; eight pieces in oil, including landscapes and fl iwers; and one crayon portra t Miss Oena Rowland Crayon work, several pieces including representations from agriculture and nature. , Miss Miriam Seawell Crayon work from nature ;several pieces. Miss Margaret Smith One crayon portrait and ten oil paintiugs, including a lovely triple screen; fine copies from voryiicb floral nature. Miss Kate Stronach Several pieces crayon, including work from nature; el egantly executed. Miaf Mabel Tomlinspn -Several cray on drawings and crayon portrait Miss Maggie Whitework in oil and crayon - including work from flowers and animated life. Miss Clara white work in crayon several pieces from nature. Miss Blanche Williamson eleven pieces In oil and water colors -including elegant work in flowers, fruits and land scape. Miss May Rouse four oil paintings including Swiss mountain scene with water effect, very lovely indeed. Miss Florne Vestal fine oil paintings in fruits, flowers and landscapes. YOUNG LADIES WHO HAVE WON DISTINCTION. Below is a list of the youog ladies who won und have been accorded dis tinction and honorable mention in cer tain studies. School of English and Iliatorr rt , . HISTOEV. , Temple Betts Maggie Burke, Daisy Branson, Hattie Howard, Ross Smith, Nettie Burwell, Nannie Harding, Bessie Staley, Cornelia Bailey, Laura Bishop, 'Helen; Btht. ' Pattie Carter, Dnffey Ccnn, Nannie Fleming, Cornelia Heartt, Gertrude Johnson, Katie Lawrence, An na Marsh, Mary Mills, Mattie Reese, , Aon'e Saunders, Miriam Seawell. RHETORIC, i C. Bailey, Lillie Bell, Rena Burwell, Pattie Carter, Willie Brown Graves, Katie Lawrence, Anna Marsh, Mary Mills, Agnes Nntt, .Mabel. Tomlinson, Blanche Williamson, Fannie William son, Anna Yates, Irene Johnson. INGUSH GRAMMAR. ., Iffie Bowen, Leta . Bowen, Mamie Bowen, 'Ella Burwell, i Katie Stronacb, Hennie Harding, Mamie Law, Sadie Hamer, Mary Bennett, Bessie Staley, Maggie White, Clara White, tonnie Winston. - . .1 Literature. , ':-. Fannie Burwell, Emmie Faucette, Maod Fleming. Netta Uardiaon,-Mar Heartt, Carrie Mullens, Gena Rowland, May Bouse, Zia Riggftbee, Maggie Smith, Fannie Terrell. Geography Nettie Burwell, Bessie. Staley, Lonnie Winston. School of Natural Science. , , . GKLOflY:J ........ Daisy Branson, Tenpfe Betts, Gena Rowland, Jrannie Burwell, Carrie Mul lens, Lou Mclver, ZoaRiggsbee, JEtta flardison, If and Fleming, ll ay Rouse, Fannie .Terrell, Lillie Covington' ; s - . mi astbojjoWtV :j,vv; Ha Gala Burwell. Daisy Branson, LU Hardlsotfon, Hand Fleming, Nettle Gena Ro wwjie Mullens, Lou -. Mclver, Fanny Terreu,May Rouse, Zoa K gabee, rte Benin. liana ihi. r liclter, Sadie HMnXoLow Willie Long, Annie fanfta Burwell, Programme. "Gondellied," Proch, Vocal 4 pianos, Ros- Tomlmson, Law, M. Hel . . .Mark you, gentlemen, we don't merely say that these Suits are "worth" (a much abused and vague term, as used by some rouses) t-2.50. $20 and $18. but that we've just Cut Marked down Reduced them t rom S22.5U. S2( and a 1 8-nricM .,. 1 other house in Raleigh begin to equal with same excellent and superior qualities either. jnow, any man wno inienas 10 invest in a nice summer suit can't well afford to miss tnls rare, timely and ooaa lido redne tion of truly fine custom-like and elegant Seasonable Suits. ;: No use to reiterate the styles, patterns, colors. &c . of these suits, for thev in the matehlna snib tht thnnuni. A bought daring the past two months and pronounced the Best for the money in this city, and they are three and four-button eat. we've got too many ot tnese c4.u, azu ana f in suits, nut we are wise and old enough to know th t there are olantv of young gentlemen in this cily f nd v:ciLiiy who are vtilllDg to teke item at fl4.?5. J This Great Sale opens SATURDAY, May 31st, and ends WEDNESDAY, Jane 4th, and those wNi can should ooiuo Saturday or Monday, if they'd like first choice. F XJ IN" FOR TH 0, 96.89, $T.98, $6 05 nd W.88, 25 MOTHERtt Now's your time to clothe your boys, and o matter how complete your son's wardrobe, don't you think of these suits would be a good addition ? This sale ends Wednesday, June 4th. Remember, none will be sent on approval Boys' Long Pant Suits, from 14 to 19 years, reduced from former prices to now, $3.05, $3.0)9, $4.23, $5. $9.08, $ 12.10, $13 25. The larger sizes often fit young men wbo can save from $2.50 $10 every time. tjiiijjuiir.il -a Buiio.iromiioiayears. reduced tovi.75. ax.37. B3.03.a3.Aa. avt.iLi. ti ov - V W " 7 Tmwmj W . , than former prices. oue and positively none charged. "THE LATEST. IN NECKWEAR. TH B OUTING RING SCARFS Feather weight, Washable, Oght and Airy-We're Sole Agents for this New Neck wear. We're always first to give you the New Style, see Window Display. Another new lot of beautiful Plowing End Tecka See them we can't describe them all prefer you'd call, and we take pleasure in showing you the goods. S.eVDBERW ANGER, THE ALUE-OlIIVG CLOTHIERS. SPECIAL NOTICES. Bannanas To-Day. 15 bunches $1.00 to $1.25 per 25c per dcz. at D. T. Johnson's. No. 28. bnnch. Phone Buck, Chorus Class. Overture to Senriramis sini, Misses H. Malloy, M E. Burwell, A. McKinnon, M. Burke,' F Williamson, E. Faucette "The Daily Question," Meyer mund. My Darling Was so Fair" Taubert, Miss Willie Brown Graves. The Silent World is Sleeping," Buck, Miss Helen Malloy. "Tbe Starry Heaven" Duett.Pinsuti Misses Emmie Faucette and Daisy Bran son. "Concertato" 4 pianos, Fischetti Misses L Covington, M. Bennett, R. Burwell, M. Heartt, W. Simmons, M. Fleming, N. Hardison, M. Law. Vieni al mio Sen" -Duett, Millard, Musses Mamie Bobbins and Emmie Fan cette. "Grand Valse"-From Faust, Liszt, Miss Nellie Murray. "Echo Song" Eckert, Miss Willie Simmons. "Bobin Adair" Harmonized, Vocal Class. PART II. "L'Estasy," Arditi Miss Anna Burwell. "Boatman, Row Us" Trio (Double), Campana Misses H. Malloy, B. Wil liamson, W. B. Graves, N. Murray, L. Covington, L. Bell. Grand Duo - "Zampa," Thalberg Misses Willie Biown Graves and Maude Merrimon. "The Fog Bell," Pontet Miss Daisy Branson. "Pregbiera Nella" Othello (for left hand), Strackosch Miss Lillie Covington. "The Mexican Nigtingale," Giorza Miss .umtnle ancette. "Symphony in E Flat" (2 Move men'p), Mozart Misses L. Covington, w. B. Grave&, W. Simmons. M, Merri mon, N. Murray, iL Bouse, E. Faucette, m. smitn. "O Luce di quest anima" Linda. Donizetti miss Mamie Bobbins. PRESENTATION OF MEDALS. Chorus -"When the Viols Sound" parts). Weinzierl Vocal Class. Graduates in Music. VOCAIj. Misse E. Faucette. Mamie Bobbins. Daisy Bran on. INSTRUMENTAL. Misses Bettie Covington, E. Faucette, uary Kouse, Helen Murray. . v ' . -jf B8ic Medals. , ... VOCAL: Misses E. Faucette and Mamie Rob bins. . ' INSTRUMENTAL: Misses Lillie Covington. . Misses Helen Uzzle, of Miss Kirkland's class, and Miss Mary .Law. of Miss Fai son's class were both awarded prizes for auigeiice ana improvement in music. Miss Rena Burwell distinction in ic strumental music. A large stock of gentlemen's white shirts, outing shirts, collars, cuffs, silk handkerchiefs, fine clothing, etc., to be closed out at D. S. Waitt's, 213 Fayette ville streets ' J. S. Wynne, Trustee. Two people who are willing to occupy the same room can find summer board at a cool and pleasant place in a private family. Terms reasonable;. APPly at the Chronicle office. tf 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 Ap;t., Care of 1st Nat. Bank, mayl4 lm Durham, N. C. W. II. & It. S. TUCKER & CO. Good Advertising, or Rather the Good ol Advertising. Last Sunday morning we stated in the papers that we would open near our Fayet'eville street door a new and spe cial department for the sale of certain ines of dress goods, and it lias teen wonderful to us, ourselves, the success that has attended this announcement. Our people do read advertisements. In this connection we bee to state that this special "decided bargain sale" of these dress goods will be continued, and that seveial attractive additions will be made to it. " Come and see them. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Cures. CBSmstr Ilerrinon, JCsU Pczd, Helen Haggle Camming (3 THE TEACHER'S ASSEMBLY. The Chronicle will be the Offlcia Reporter. The State Chronicle will be the offi eially authorized reporter of the State Teachers Assembly, which meets a' Morehead on June 17th. The Daily Teacher, heretofore pub- iisneii especwfiy to give ine proceedinirs of the assembly, will not be published this year. . The Chronicle will present daily 11 the features heretofore pub lished in that journal, as well as a full record of the personal and social ftepeninga m tbe session. - Oxford the Coming Town. What four great crops paid best last year? Tobacco, cotton, sugar and rice. What paid largest profits of t hese four? The golden tobacco of North Caro lina. What did it pay? From $100 to 500 per acre. Thousands of farmers made this. What can these farms ba bought for? From $20 to $30 per acre. What is the great market town of this tobacco? Oxford, Oxford, Oxford. Is it growing? Has doubled its population in three years. Is property high there? Conservative men have kept it reason able. Can it be bought ? Fifty by one hundred feet lots in the most desirable localities sell at $100 to $300, ami you get also two shares of stock in the Oxford Improvement Com pany, for which yon pay twenty dollars, and the balance in eight equal in stallments on call of directors. What will make the stock worth par ? The proceeds of salej of other prop erties owned by the company, bought at very moderate prices first band, and worth large advance; the enhanced value of its town property; the devel opment of its property by new railroads to go through it: the new warehouses building; the increase on 10,000,000 lbs. annual sale of yellow tobacco; its steady, rapid growth, new factories and good management. THE WORLD'S COMMEKCK 500&5 20; spring do. do. 5.165.50: do. do. straight 460&500; do. do. extra 410a460. WHEAT Southern inactive and early nom inal; Jfoltz 85&91; Liongberrr 86a92: steamer Mo. 2 red.87; Western nrm; No. 2 winter red spot ana wane . , (JUUJI boutntrn quiet and steady: white 42a44; yellow 4041; Western strong; mixed spox i; june m(&wy.. OATd Firm; Southern and Pennsylvania 3133; Western white 33S35'. do do. mixed 3233K; graded No. 2wLite33. KXK ouiet; cnoice U365. PROVISION Stoady : mess pork, old 12.75; new 13.50; hulk meats, loose shoulders obg', long clear and clear rip sides &v; sugar pickled shoulders 6V; sugar cured smoked shoulders 73i; hams small lBia una, rennea, iy.. PETROLEUM Steady: refined 78. 1-4. COFFEE Closed firm: Bio cargoes fair 20. 8UGA.B Closed active and strong: granu lated 6 3-16. COPPEK Refined fairly active at 13 l-2a ! 14 1-4. WHISKEY Fairly active at 1.17. HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES A YARD STICK A PAIE OF SCISSORS. Either or both charge of can be obtained, fre of Chicago Produce Market, i uhicaoo. june s.wneat strong: corn strong and higher; oats higher: provisions weaa ana lower. Closings: . WUEAT-CIosed June . 92itf : Julv 933: wust June 34; July S4: August 33Ua OATS-June 27 1-8: Julv 26l: Anmt PORK-June. 13.15; July 13.23; August LARD .Tn n p 5 QO- JuIt SMU- InrnuUfi? RIBS July 5. 12J; August 5 22y. ; tember 5.31. - - rTl 17. G. & A. B. STRONAUH. GROCERS AND CANDY MAUI FACTURERS, IMPORTERS' AGBNT8 St. Louis Produce market. FLOUTi Closed dull and weak ; 20a2 60; patents 5 00a5.15. ,T Closed lower: June XXX 93 firm; 1-2. May 31; w.n. ar.s: tuckeh &CO. lloiery Department. ESlel bur! regular advertisement to day Cor nets from our hosiery man. K WJH. & R. a TucKia & Co. Challies, Challies Cotton Chailies. We have an immense stock of Cotton Challies in the most beautiful designs ana figures, at only 5 cents per yard. Also, we can give you as pretty a dress at 3 cents per yard as it has ever been your good fortune to wear. These 3c. Lawns are lovely as well as cheap. Who ever heard of a lady with a street cos tume on that cost but three cents for the entire outfit? We can, also, supply you with a nara- 8ol fully as cheap, in proportion, as the 6 cent. .Lawns or the 5 cent. Challies. lou should get a 5 cent Challie and a 3 cent Lawn you will need them in July and August. We have also 4,000 yaras dress goods; ureuadmes at 24c. per yard. Now, ladies, put these figures together, and see what three dresses will cost : One dress, 50 cents ; one dress, 3U; one areas, zo cents. Added togeth er mates tne tnree dresses $1.25. ' ' ' At Swindell's. LEMON ELIXIR. A Pleasant Lemon Drink. For biliousness and consumption, take Liemon &uxir. or indigestion and foul stomach. taae .Liemon juixir. For sick and nervous headaches, take Lemon Elixir. For sleeplessness and take Lemon Elixir. For loss of appetite and debility, take jbemon juixir. For fevers, chills and malaria, take .uemon Elixir. Vr. llozley's Lemon Elixir will not fail yon in any of the above named dis eases, all of which arise from a torpid or aiseasea uver, scomacn, kidneys or bow els. .V .J , ; - Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, At- ' Wo. and fl.00 per bottle, at tdrug- A Prominent Sinister Writes. Alter ten years of great suffering iiuiu luuigesuon wiw great nervous prostration, biliousness, disordered kid- neys and constipation, I have been cured by Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir and am now a well man. Bbv. O. C. Davis, , Eld. M. E. Church, South. No. 28, TatnaU St. Atlanta, Ga, till octlst New York, June 3 Messrs. Hub bard, Price & Co. in their cotton cir cular to-night say : Tbe Liverpool market this morning opened at 1-64 de cline, but by one o'clock was two to three points better than last evening on the summer pos.tions and closed quiet at the improvement. The spot market was quoted with 'small inquiry , sales 6,000 bales. In this market August de clined on the last half hour nearly fif teen points. The autumn positions are sympathetically weaker. Receipts at our ports to-day esti mated at 1,000 bales, against 2,044 bales last week. The spot market closed dull at 1-16 decline in price; middling uplands 12 7-16; sales 239 bales.. Transactions in futures to-day 47,000 bales. Futures closed weak and 16 to 13 points as follows- June 12 21-22 July 12 26-28 August 12 1112 September 11 29 October........ 10 7677 November......;...:....... 10 5860 December 10 5859 Januarv "... 10 6162 February ; 10 6667 Liverpool the spot cotton closed steady; middlings 6 9-16; sales 6,000 bales. WHEA1 COBN Closed lower and June 31. - OATS Closed lower and dull; May 27 bid. LARD Prime steam 5 3-4. ruufi. standard mess 12.50 ; dry meat snouiaers 5 l-4a5 5-8; longs 5 5-8a5 3-4; cribs ang short clear -5 3-4a6 00; baoon boxed shoulders 5 3-8; longs 5.80a5,85; cribs 5.85a o.w, clear 5.90a6.25. WHISKEY Sales "918 barrels finished I goods on the basis of 1 02 per gallon f or high Cotton. City. nervousness, Galveston, Norfolk, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia Savannah, Mew Orleans Mobile, Memphis, Augusta, r tit. Louis, Liomavule, Baltimore, Sale 71 53 600 '40 Tone. Nom'l Quiet Firm Steady Steady Quiet Quiet Nom'l Firm Firm Steady Steady Nom'l Mk't ITsT" 121-8 12 3-4 11 1-2 12 3-4 12 0-0 11 7-8 113-4 U 3 4 117-8 11 7-8 12 1-4 121-2 Ect- 66 1 1189 2 i56 399 67 13 63 Ex. Naval Stores. WtLaanoTox. N. C June 3. Soirit tur pentine steady at 34.Bosin steady ; strained 1.10; - gooaao. 1.2U. xar arm at 1.35. Crude Turpentine firm; hard 1.25 yellow uiu 6.0a; virgin .iu. CORN Firm. White 55; yellow 5Sy, . The City Cotton Market. Balbmh, N. June 35 r. x. Good Middling 12 1-2 Strict Middling 12 1-2 Middling i2 Strict Low Middling. 11 1-8 ainges 11 3-4 Stains... 11 Mall 5-8 jaar net steady. . , City Produce Market. reported for- the Stats Chboxigls by n, j. oi-a. d. otronacn, vvnoiessio aad Retail Grocers. Balxioh, N. C, June 3. Geese, 40c Ducks, ' 25 to 40c Turkeys, 10c. lb Chickens. 15 to 32 l-2o ggs, . . 10 to lie! Pork, 6c Beef, - 5c Hams, , 11 to 12 l-2c White peas, bush. 15 Black and clay do. 1.20 N. 0. CutBerrirg, -$60 Bbl. " Gross 2.50 Bbl. " Mullets, 3,00 Bbl ttoe uemng. r $3,00 1-2 Bbl Sweet potatoes. COo Dried peaches, peeled, lOclb Dried peaches, un- peeled, .3lb Dried apples, 4 ttf 5o lb Dried damsons. 10c lb Dried blackberries, 8e wneq wnorueoer- nee, ' 10c Hay, per hun. 50c Fodder, 90 to 1.00 Shucks, " 40e Wheat straw, " 4So Broom straw, 80 bun. New York Produce Market. FLOUR Closed quiet and weaker; fir.e grades winter 2.0( 2.50: do. spring 1.90 2.25; superfine winter 2.40a2.85; do. spring 2 25a2.65; Southern steady; trade and family extras 3. 154.. WHEAT --Closed firm and higher; spot sales No. 2 red winter 9595W; No. 2 red winter June 95. CORN Closed higher; spat sales No. 2 mixed 4041; No. 2 nixed June 40. OATS Closed firm and higher; spot sales No. 1 white 37; No. 2 mixed June 32. PORK Dull; mess 13 75al45. LARD Closed lower; Jnl 6.26. SUGAR-. Refined active and strong; cut loaf and crushed 6.95; powdered 6.44a6.44W; granulated 6.18a6.18). ' COFFEE-Closed steady; fair Bio cargoes Baltimore Produce Market. COTTON Quiet. 5 Middling 12&-8. FLOUR Dull; Howard 8treet and Wes tern superfine 225a275 ; do. extra 300a400; do. do. family 4.25a4.85; city mills rio brands extra 4.75a5.00; winter wheat quiet; patent GRAPE BASKETS. The New York Chamber of Coumetc in their thirty-second annual report, pub lish a careful review of the tea trade, giv ing special attention to some gross abuses catanlajted to curtail the use of tea. The report says: - ' - The demand for low-priced com mon tea is growing materially, les sening the use of good and fine ttaj, nd the efforts of the trade to supply customers with tea for price will result in lessening the consumption of teas. It encour ages the importation of common tea, and must Jesuit disastrously to the business. The producing countries can supply an unlimited quantity of poor tea that is reaUy not fit for consumption. "Priaes which have been given away by retail stores, possibly may account somewhat for the de mand low-grade teas, bnt it seems hardly credible that consum ers expect to get as good a tea with a prize, at a certain price, as they . could obtain for the same price and , not pay for the extra article." Why will not the general public listen to a warning from so high an authority, and consider the great advantage to their own health and pocket, to be got by exer cising more thought in the selection of their teas. It is aho to be noted that the chief sufferers from "tea hot fit for con sumption" are just those who can least afford totwaate their money. As long ago aa una au or the facte about tea and its abases were given in the Baltimore presa by Messrs. Gillett A Co. They have been un, tiriiig in their efforts to open the eyes of the pubite to snob abases. Possibly their motive, was their own profit, for all that time they were introducing their He-No tea. All the same, the result has been a public benefit, and the frvor won by good tea such as He-No proves mat Baltunoreans, to a considerable axtent, have heeded the seasonable oounset of theGUtets. . - ; Your Grooer oan supply yon with Ha-No Tea at 75 eenW per pound paekagej 40 cento per nan ponna package! or 20 cents jr 1-4 pound package. -. eould the trade of your locality decline to sell this Tea, farther information can be had by direct application to f wTJ. & A. a STEONACH, Baleigh, n. a THE CAROLINA VEKEER WORXS, MIE WM oUhjE. A. F. JOHNSON, PROPRIETOR, CLINTON, N. C., OFFU THX BEST -III THE MARKET, ' i ,- 1 . At prices as low as the lowest. Write for prices and samples and patronize North Car olina. , , . .. ine 4-dlm .yip n vm: Davidson College, N. C. I Have Jast retaraed from the North- era narkete with the lrit Wat assortment of Isaaorted bprtwc AHD BVnaER SUITINGS ever offer ed in the city" of Umleiarb.. fit ttm are CAS II, which will enable sell these cooda. at astoaiahiarlr tow Class I. ANATOMY AND PUTS IOLGY9 lor beginners. . . Class II. SURGE RY AND PRAC TICE, for advanced students. SESSION OPEKS JULY 1ST. ' ' Cioasss the Mddu ot Sxptshbxk. Tuition fee, - $30 eorf v. - Qtaey expenses low. J. P. K0S202, jnei-dltwlt PavcrxiL figures. Come early and make year selection before, my Stocky has keen picked oyer v - Pleasare takes in Showing Stock and eirjelataa lowta and satla- tflUai he and at small cost. flcncnsn?cAiiiC3, 114 rcTrTa.