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STATE OHKOOTOLE, SUKDAYi JtTHE 8, 1890.
uaesiqh htbmef. lAril. HAPPENINGS IN AND ROUND THE CAPITAL. Caort Items of Newt Gathered on tke Fir k? tke Chronicle's Reporters. Governor Powle yesterday appointed Mr. B. -Culpepper, of Elizabeth City, a notary public Wm.G. Hill Lodge of Masons will assemble at 8 p. m. to-morrow (Mon day) in regular meeting. Visiting breth ren invited. Kecsnich's famous band from Rich mond is glring the Raleigh people a viait. They played at Chapel Hill last week, and this week they will go to Wake Forest. . Bat. A. W. Curtis will occupy the pul pit of the Firit Presbyterian church this I Congressman, Hon. B a. m. at 11 o'clock. The pastor. Boy. J. I guest at St. Marys. 8. Watkins, D. 1., is absent ana wui preach the sermon to-day before the graduates of Davidson College. TUB FOURTH. It Will be Celebrated And the Cele. ftratiov Will be Bomethinf Because tkeRIf hi Mc Will Manage It. The boaVd of aldermen has done some thing which the Raleigh people will ap preciate. . , At their meeting on Friday night they appropriated one hundred and fifty dollars towards a grand Fourth of July celebration; but this appropriation was made provided the citizens would contribute as much or a larger amount. Not only did the board come to the rescue substantially, but they will give oQoial support to the undertaking. A committee was appointed from the board to act in conjunction with a com mittee from the citizens. The members of this committee are Messrs. G. E. Leaoh, Wm. Grimes and M. Bowes. - Yesterday morning at a meeting of dtizena, Mr, A. B. Stronach was en thusiastically elected as chairman of the citizen's committee, and he was author ized to seleet his assistants. Mr. Stronach accepted the trust and was at work yesterday twenty minutes after the appointment. He and bis committee will raid the city all next week to secure a big fund for a big celebration. It is hoped that the citizens will not limit their subscriptions to one hundred and fifty dollars. The more they give, . a t a f a.s 111 m.-. . . me Digger lime toey wm uve: COOING AND GOING. Come of The Folks Ton Know and Their Doings Mr. Julian S. Garr, of Durham, is in the city. Miss Bailie Parker, of Tarboro, is at St. Marys. Miss Sue Borden, of Goldabo ro, is vis iting at Mr. B. S, Jennan'a. Miss Mary W. Davis, of Louisburg, spent the day here yesterday. Miss Annie Phillips, of Tarboro, is visiting her friend, Miss Emmie McVea. Miss Ruth J. Lanier, of Oxford, is in the city, visiting Mrs. T. H. Briggs, Jr. Mr. Wells, president New Berne & Beaufort Canal company, was in the city yesteiday. Miss Mary Bunn, daughter oc our xi. unnn, is a guest at St. Mary Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Pou, of Smith field, who have been visiting at Mrs. MoCatt'a returned home yesterday. Prof. Charles D. Molver will begin a Teachers' Institute for Johnston county at Smithfield on Monday. Prof. S. C. Webb, of the Asheville Graded School, passed through yester day on a visit to relatives in warren county. '. :. . Judge "Whitaker returned yesterday from tthe First district where he has been holding the Superior courts of that district. Hon. Fred Phillips and wife of Tar boro, are visiting at Mrs. McVea's. Jndge Phillips has a daughter who grad uates at St Mary's this week. Mr. W. Y. Clifton has returned from Pittsyvlania county, Va., where he has been engaged in erecting an iron bridge for the authorities of that county. Mrs. John L. Bridgers, of Tarboro, is in the city, the guest of Dr. R. H. Lew is. She comes to St. Mirjs commence ment where her daughter graduates on Thursday. Mr. Warren G. Elliott, President of the Wilmington & Weldon railroad, was in the city yesterday to see the Governor in relation to the New Berne and Beau fort canal Mrs, Judge Frost and daughter and Mus Fanney of Charleston S.B., arrived at St. Mary's yesterday to attend the commencement. Mrs. -brost nas a daughter who will graduate. Mr. Pierre Cox, who was so badly in- CITY CHURCHES TO-DAY. Meeting of the Veterans Association. will hiivA no lei them come down unanimously and lib- ju'ed in New York, has entirely recov- Broughton, Superintendent erally. Let them put down five hundred dollars or more. Lets have a big day and lets have thousands of people here to enjoy it. The right men are at the head of the movement and If they are given only half a show, they will effect something excellent. If they have a fair show they .will give the town one of the moat royal days it has had in its history. Let every body chip in now and boom up things. DR. HALL. The Chronicle Presents Its Congratulations. Rev. J. J. Hall, D. D., pastor of the Baptist Tabernacle, delivered the liter ary address at Judson College on "The Students' Responsibility to Society;" and on Friday night on "London and Life There" for the benefit of the College li brary Fund. The college conferred the degree of ! Doctor of Divinity upon Mr. Hall. The Cbronioxk congratulates Mr. Hall upon this Rcoffnition of his ability. He has not been in North Carolina long, but he has favorably impressed all who have heard him. as a thoughtful and forcible preacher. He is a bright and progres sive man and is as genial as he is schol arly and able. ST, SfARY'S SCHOOL. Programme for Commencement Week at St. Marys. Monday, 8:00 p. m. Children's En tertainment Wednesday, 8:30 p. m. Annual Con cert. Thursday, 11 a. m. Exercises for Commencement Day. St Marys would be glad to welcome all who take an interest in her work to these entertainments, but her accommo dations are too limited to permit of her doing so to their comfort and pleasure. Therefore she is, with reluctance, com pelled to confine her invitations to those she can comfortably accommodate. New City Odcers. The board of aldermen, at their last meeting, made two very happy elections or city oaoera. Mr. Herbert W. Jackson was elected alderman from the Third ward, vice Mr. J. N. Holding, who was recently elected city attorney. ( Mr.B. 8. Jerman was elected oommU- that he was grateful for the many kind and sympathetic expressions of friends. Mr. E. H. Sholar leaves the city this evening for Euoxville, Tenn., which place he will probably make his luture home, Mr. Sholar has a great many friends in the city who hate to see him go away and who sincerly hope with the CHBONiCLX that his stay in Knoxvule may not be permanent Services will be held in our city churches to-day as follows: . EPISCOPAL. Cknrck of the Good Shepherd. . Rev. W . M. Clark, Rkctob. First Sunday after Trinity. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 8:15 p. m. Services during the week: Wednesday (St Bar nabas) and Friday at 10 a. m. Seats free. Polite ushers. All cordially in vited. Christ Church. Rev. M. M. Marshall, D. D. .Rector. First Sunday after Trinity. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Divine service and sermon at 11 a. m. Evening prayer at p. m. Services during the week: Wednesday (St Barnabas' Day) 10 a. m. and 6 p. m.; Friday 10 a.m. All cor dially invited. METHODIST. Edenton Street M. E. Church. Rev. J. H. Cordon, D. D., Pastor. "Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Preach ing at 11 a. m. and at 8:15 p. m. by the Dastor. Subject morning service, "The Presence and Work of the Holy Ghost." Evening, -' 'The Preciousness of the Soul." The public cordially invited to attend all services. Central Methodist Church. " Rev. L. L. Nash, D.D., Pastor. Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m., R. C. Redford, Superintendent. Preaohing at 11 a. m. and 8:13 p. m., by the pas tor. A cordial welcome to all. Seats free. Polite ushers. Brooklyn M. E. Church. Rkv. J. D. Pbqram, Pastor. Sunday school at 3. p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.. and 750 p. m. by the pas tor, Rev. J. D. Pegram. All are cor dially invited to attend. CATHOLJC, Church of the Sacred Heart. Rev. Father Charles, O.StB., Pastor. Second Sunday after Pentecost. Sun day school at 10 a. m. Mass and ser mon; at 11 a. m. Evening devotions at 6 p. m. v BAPTI8T, First Baptist Church. Rev. J. W. Carter, D. D , Pastor. Sunday school at 9.30 a. m., T. H. Briggs, Superintendent, Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m., by the pastor. Baptist Tabernacle. Rev. J. J. Hall, D. D., Pastor. Sunday School at 9:15 a. m. N. B. Preaching A cordial Pursuant to call the Wake county Ve terans Association met last night at the Mayor's office to make suitable arrange ments to attend the funeral of Weston R. Rogers, a member of Comp. O. 47th Regiment N. C. Troops in the late war. B, F. Park, President, called the meet ing to order. On motion of Comrade W. O. Stronach, a committee consisting of Col. W. J, Saunders, W. C. Stronach and W. H. Bledsoe, were appointed to draft suitable resolutions of respect to the memory of our deceased comrade. On motion of Col. Saunders a commit tee of two-were appointed to confer with the family as to bour of burial aud pub lish same in the morning papers. SPECIAL NOTICES. A Good Example. . Baltimore Sun. . D. A. Brockett. a colored Democratic farmer, " living near Tillery, N. C, is changing the order of things in that sec tion and setting his neighbors , a good example. It has been the custom of the farmers of Scotland Neck to buy hay from other markets, but Brockett is now supplying them with the finest clover hay ever seen in that market He finds its production quite profitable. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. We offer our importation of Keochlin Freres' French Printed Organdies. The "Old-time" goods. A very choice selec tion of Printings. Price 85c. per yard. W. H. & R, S. Tucker & Co. PICK 'EM UPS, FOB -AND A Lost On the train between Chapel Hill and Raleigh, Friday, a satchel con taining a pair of shoes and a few other articles. The finder will pleace return to the State Chronicle. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER A CO. Black nets and lace flounces at prices as advertised yesterday in this paper. W. H. & R, S Tucker & Co. McKimmon, Moseley & MoUee's blaok Goods Department is always complete with the latest, most reliable and most reasonable goods. The public don't care to read long, advertisements on a warm day. But we have in store for you goods in wnicn you can reel comfor table, no matter how warm the weath er is. 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 Agt, Care of 1st Nat. Bank, mayl4 lm Durham, N. O. Cash Dow? is the Expounder at Sledge Hammer Type. the . THE WORLD'S C0MMEKCE. New York, June 7. Messrs. Hub bard, Price A Co. in their cotton cir cular to-night sayr : The cotton mar ket has afforded another surprise to-day. The Liverpool market opened at 1-64 de cline and closed weak . and three points lower than last evening. Spot sales 8,000 bales. ' This indicated the col lapse of the bull movement abroad and the pressure to 6ell on the first call re sulted in a decline to 12.01 for August. From this point, however, there was a, gradual advance, which gathered foice as it proceeded, and the close was firm at 12.12. Receipts at our ports to-day esti mated at 400 bales, against 1,170 bales last week. The spot market is easy at unchanged quotations; middling uplands 12 1-4; sales 80 ba'ea.. Transactions m futures 53,600 bales. Futures closed firm at 10 to 11 points advance as follows: June T 12 23-23 July 12 2425 August 12 1213 September , . , . , , 11 2200 October 10 7274 November 10 5960 December 10 5859 January . , . . . . , 10 6162 February 10 6668 Liverpool the spot cotton closed flat; middlings 6 9-16; sales 5, COO bales. ERGUSII BRAYIIm.ROAST BEEF, Boneless Pigs Feet, CANS 4BA CANS 25C.ZT1 LB. LB. Green Tni-tle Soup. ANCHOVIES IN OIX. POTTED YARMOUTH BLOATER, BoKiras Scotch Herring, Broiled Brook Trout IN TOMATO ' UCfc. . , ': - ftEYI LLD and PICivLED LO BSTER. Plain ahd Dltillkd Cb .b Meat Alexis Godillot's p. m. Marriages. The Norfolk Ledger says : Yesterday afternoon, at the residence of Mr. Ju nius A. Coleman, on Crauby street, Rev. John W. Stagg, pastor of the Second Presbyterian church, Nashville, Tenn., was united in marriage with Mies Ella McR., daughter of Dr. O. D. Rice, of Richmond, the ceremony being per formed by Rev. Moses D. Hoge, D. D., of Richmond, who had come down for that purpose, and only a few intimate friends were present. The bridal couple left by the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail road for the mountains of Virginia, pre vious to takiDg up their resideuce in Nashville. Dr. Rice formerly resided in Raleigh. A friend writes: "Mr. Edmund Strudwick. of Norfolk, Va., was mar ried on the 5th of Jnne to Miss Nannie Hughes, daughter of the late Mai. John Hnghes. It was a very quiet marriage the simple, stately, home-way that I like so well. The groom is a noble man. I have known him from boyhood. He is a son of Dr. Wm. Strudwick, of Hills boro, and is now doing a successful business in Norfolk, Va. I have not the pleasure of an acquaintance with the bride, bat know that Mr. Strudwick is indeed a fortunate man. Yesterday morning they sailed from New York for Scotland. They will take an extended tonr in Europe and then return to this State abent the 15th. of August. I wish them a happy trip and long life." i Deaths. Robert B. Patterson, Esq., died at his residence in Halifax county on Jnne 3d., in the thirty-sixth year of his age. He was a gentleman of high character and greatly beloved by all who knew him. He was the eldest son of Dr. R. A. Pat terson, , a prominent physician of this State, a nephew of the late Bishop At kinson and of the Rev. Dr. J: M. Atkin son. Me was a consistent member of at 11 a. m. and -8 invitation to all. PRESBYTERIAN. First Presbyterian Church. Rsv. John S. Watkins, D D. Pastor. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Preach ing at 11 a. m. by Rev. A. W. Curtis. Polite ushers. Seats free. All cor dially invited. CHRISTIAN. Christian Church. Rev. J. L. Foster, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Preach ing at 11 a. m. aud 8 p. m. by the pastor. Strangers and visitors in the city are cordially invited to attend. BOARD OF INTERNAL IMPROVE- MENTS. ioner of the sinking fund, vice. Ool. W. the Presbyterian church and a Justice of . Anderson, deceased. The Chronicle feels a pleasure in com mending the board on the very happy elections, and congratulates the city on the occasion, in the administration of its affairs, of these two progressive and energetic young gentlemen. WARE FOREST COLLEGE. The Commencement Exercises Begin ning Monday, June 9th. The '90 commencement exercises of Wake Forest College will be held Jnne 9lh-12th. x Monday the 9th is Class Day. On Tuesday the 10th, the alumni ad dress will be delivered by Hon. J. J. Davis, at 8:15 p. m. On Wednesday, at 11 a. m.. the ad dress to the literary societies will be de livered: by ttev. Tnomas Dixon, the Peace. His widow is a sister of Associate Justice Clark, of Raleigh. He leaves no child. Mr. .Andrew Cole, of Pocket town ship, the father of B. Cole, the proprie tor of the job printing office here, died on Wednesday after a long illness. He was eighty years of age; married four wives, and was the father of 25 children. He was in these respects a remarkable man and a good Methodist and a good citizen. His remains were interred in the cemetery on Thursday. Sanford Express. In this city on yesterday afternoon at St. 8t. John's Hospital, Mr. Weston u. Kogers, member of Company C. 47th regiment of N. C. State troops in the last war. Weather Report. Jr.. of New York. At 8:16 p. m. the bacca- Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temner- laureate sermon will be preached by atnre 86; minimum temperature 70: rain Rev. Dr. W. W. Landrnm, of Virginia, fall 0.01 inches. . The graduating class will deliver or Local forecast for Raleigh and vicinity w ucguiuiug HUfcm. iw to-aay : raruy ciouay, rair weather. The Canals of the State Discussed The Law Bearing on Them. , ' At a meeting of the Board of Internal Improvements held yesterday the ques tion of the New Berne and Beaufort Canal Company and of the Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal Company was bronght up. . Representatives of these companies were present by invitation, who stated that they had complied with the term of the contract (Laws 1883, Chapter 105) 'w uibi ii wcia was aujriuiug visa which they were required to do, they were ready and willing to perform it. The Board then resolved; That the Attorney General be request ed not to bring any suit until further investigation is made by the board and that W. G. Lewis Eagmeer of the Board of Education la directed forthwith to make an examination of the condition of the said New Berne and Beaufort Oanil and report the same to the Board, He is instructed to cause proper sound ings and measurements to be made, showing the length and width of the said canal and the depth of water there in and whether the same is or has been at any time since Jannary 1, 1885 open for navigation, and such other facts as may be material to the board in the de termination of the matter. It will be remembered that by Acts of 1883 ch. 105 the Governor and Conn- sal were authorized to transfer to the New Berne and Beaufort Oanal Co. the State's stock amounting to twenty-five hundred shares in the . Albemarle and Chesapeak Canal company, provided that before the transfer and of the stock delivery the New Berne and Beaufort canal company should enter into a con tract that the canal should be open for, navigation by Jan. 1st 1885. Goodwin lor Clerk of the Conrt. Special Cor. of State Chronicle. Raleigh, N. O., June 6, 1890. Mb. Editor: If a mechanic, as , a Democratic voter, may have a. voice through yonr columns, I desire to speak the sentiments of a large number of my fellow-mechanics. We want Mr. E. McE. Goodwin to fill the responsi ble place of clerk of the court. He is a man of ability, and integrity, and is very favorably known throughout the county. We believe he can poll as large a vote in Wake as any man in it, and would make a faithful servant of the people, " . ' . He is a man of unblemished charac ter.and possesses an obliging disposition. It takes such as the above to whip out the "Republican Lyon" who has lain in his Den so long, undisturbed. A MECHANIC." Swindell has bargains to sell, and book accounts will not fetch them. Try us witn a negotiable might as well of fer 4 per cent. Confe 'er.tie bonds. The old system was bad enough long ago, when the stage coach was rapid transit, but in this age of progression and ag gression it is absolute nonsense to talk about one hundred per cent, when the sharpshooter of close figures are smash ing the old timers into pulp. The short road to success is what every enthusiast is looking for, whose unaverted gaze is nxed upon lorty commercial altitudes. ine virai issues tnat a i men are whether they are rock bottom in reality or upon pretense only. If it is bombast the people will find it out quick enough; if genuine, that man is the master. Most people who shop will run around all day for that difference between the genuine and the counterfeit; and when they find the man whose values are be low the average in price of all competi tion, they give him an advertisement that counts hugely in his march top- wards; aud we are the leaders in this market of dry goods and clothing, and we're the pioneers in the slashing down of high prices. D. T. Swindeli. Cotton. City. Sale Tone. Mk't Ret- Ex. Galveston, .... Nom'l 116-8 20 .... Norfolk, 4 Quiet 12 0-0 4 .... Boston, .... Quiet 121-2 15 144 Wilmington, ...Quiet 111-2 Philadelphia .... Quiet 12 9-16 Savannah, 6 Quiet 11 7-8 26 ... . New Orleans .... Dull 117-8 149 .... Mobile, .... Noml 113-4 2 ... Memphis, .... Nom'l 11 3-4 15 ... . Augusta, 42 Quiet 117-8 43 .... St Louis Steady 113-4 49 .... Louisville, . . Ste&dv 12 1-4 Baltimore, ' Nom'l 12 1-4 Chicago Produce Market. Chicago June 7. Wheat opened strong and higher; corn strong; oats steady; provisions quiet. Closings: WHEAT June 91K; July 92 l-892); August 92. CORN-June 32 18; July 34; August 35&aS5K. OATS June 28; July 27; August 25 PORK July 12.75; September 13.85. LARD June 5.87a5.90; July 5.97; Au gust 6. 10. BIBS-July 5;125.15; August 5.22. ALEXIS GODILLOT'S Brandy Peaches. Pitted and Stuffed Queen Olives. ENGLISH CHEDDAR PINE APPLE and EDAM CHEESE. GORDON & DILWORTH'S TOMATO CATSUP, ' SALAD DRESSING. DUNBAR'S FIGS IN CORDIAL. 7. c. & a. b7stronauh GROCERS AND CANDY MANU FACTURERS, RALEIGH, N. C. PRETTY FURNITURE. MAKES COSY HOMES I MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE ! -ANX- LEMON ELIXIR. . A Pleasant Lemon Drink. For biliousness and consumption, take Lemon Elixir, For indigestion and foul stomach, take Lemon Elixir. For sick and nervous headaches, take Lemon Elixir. For sleeplessness and nervousness, take Lemon Elixir. For loss of appetite and debility, take Lemon Elixir. For fevers, chills and malaria, take Lemon Elixir. Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir will not fail you in any of the above named dis eases, all of which arise from a torpid or diseased liver, stomach, kidneys or bow els. - Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozlky, At lanta, Ga. 50o. and $1.00 per bottle, at druggist. A Prominent Minister Writes. After ten years of great suffering from indigestion with great nervous prostration, biliousness, disordered kid neys and constipation, I have been cured by Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir and am now a well man. Rev. C. C. Davis, Eld. M. E Church, South. No. 28, Tatnall St., Atlanta, Ga. till octlsk Baltimore Produce Market. COTTON Nominal. Middling 12. FLOUR Dull; Howard Street and Wes tern superfine 225a275 ; do. extra 300a400; SXi'X A.O. RHODES & COMPANY etraignt 4Wa5W; ao. do. extra uua4U. WHEAT-Southern quiet; Fultz 85a91; Long- berry 86a92; No. 2 red 86. Western easy; No. 2 winter red spot and June 8d90. CORN Southern firm; white 42a45; yeJlow 4142; Western easy; mixed spot and June 11X41). OATS Firm; Southern and Pennsylvania 3135V; do. Western white 3335. BYE Quiet; choice 6335; srime 61G2. PROVISIONS Steady; mess pork,- old 12.75; new 13.60; bulk meats, loose shoulders long clear and clear rib sides 6; sugar pickled shoulders W, sugar cured smoked shoulders 7; hams small 11K 12K. Lard, refined, 1. PETBOliKUJtt steaay; refined 78. 1-4. COFFEE Closed firm ; Rio cargoes 20. SUGAR Strong; granulated 6g6W. WHISKEY Firm at 1.17. fair New York Produce Market. FLOUR Quiet, Minnesota 2502.65; city mills extras 4.3545 for West Indies. WHEAT Closed dull; No. 2 red winter 97 cash; No. red winter July 95$. CORN Closed firm; No. 2 mixed MM i t i .A a caon: juiv a x-o. OATS Quiet; No. 2 mixed 3435 cash; qo. j my . PORK Dull; mess 13.75aU5. . LARD Quiet; July 6.S4. SUGAR Refined firm and higher; out loaf anacrusnea ; granulated 6; mould A 6 9-16 COFFEE Closed steady, fair Bio cargoes Are making people happy everv day by tb liberal tei ma they oner on all kinds of FU UN ITU BE! Fancy Chairs! Hall Backs! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! Chamber Suite, complete, in great variety Broken Suits provided if desired. The rhUonathesian marshals are: 8. XL Brinson, chief; W. A. Osborne and G. A. Eowell. ; V The Euzdian ntrshali are: Hubert Boytter,cbief; Tf, Uitcbell and B. W. epUlxaan. II ctlo for the week will be provided by Voter's band. , , slightly cooler, northerly winds. Mon- STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. aayprooaDiy lair and cool. Washington, June 6. Forecast for Virginia: Fair; continued nigh temper ature; southerly winds. For North Carolina: Fair; stationary temperature ; southeasterly winds. Washington, Jane Senate consumed the 7. Senate The day in passing a XIr. Harry Walters, general tnanasrer ct the Atbstio Goest lino, was in the 1 number of important bills and 120 pen ciijyri, j eion bills, and at 4.45 adjourned. The State Conventioa Will be Called at the Tuesday Meeting. As previously announced in the Chron icle, there will be a meeting of the Dem ocratic State Executive Committee in Raleigh on Tuesday to fix the date for holding the State convention. The names of the members of the Ex ecutive Committee have already been printed in these columns. - 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 across more suburban - property, controlled by the company, and on the 500 acres of min eral lands aud also flae bright tobacco lands, upon which the company has op tions. How much stock is there? Three thousand shares of $50 each. And lots are given away? To each holder of two shares a lot of 50x150 feet will be given. Where will these lots he? In desirable parts of the land right at the town and on continued and parallel streets. Will these lots be worth the price 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 this priv ilege for the benefit of other subscri 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 will. 1500 lot- holders will not let it sleep. Tobacco is as good to make a town of as iron. It employs more hands. It is a luxury that is a necessity, and trade may be ever so dull, but the world will chew and smoke. How do yon pay for it? $10 down, balance in fives when called for. not oftener than once a month. And the doubting Thomases who h'.i bought Arizona deserts - and Florida awamps without a question, said yon make 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 nis outside investments. W. O. Beed, Secretary, Oxford, N. 0., gives fall informrtion, or Walter Borden, aaieign, n. u. St. Louis Produce Market. FLOUR Closed dull and weak : 2.50a2 60: patents 5 005.15. ' ' - .1 Closed lower: June XXX 93 1-2. firm; May' 31; WHEA' CORN Closed lower and June 31. OATS Closed lower and dull; May 27 bid. LARD Prime steam 5H PORK Standard mess 12.50 : drr meat shoulders 5 Ma5 5-8; longs 5 5-8a5 34; cribs ang short clear 5 S-4&6 00; bacon boxed shoulders 53-8; longs 5.80aS.85; cribs 5.85a 5.90; clear 5.90a&25. , WH1SJUSX Sales 918 barrels finished We will accommodate you and please too you will let w, We have too many thing to. talk about. Come and see them I It will bb like going 10 a fair. A. G. RHODES & CO., 9 E. Martin BL . No, 10 Exchange Place. LEACH & ANDREWS. -Ice IVlanufaciurera- RALEIGH, N. C. Bating recently eompletad a plant, with the most modern and improved machinery fr the manufacture ofioe, we are turning out the prettiest, clearest and firmest ice thaiLas ever been manufactured in this country. Every hlook being of uniform size, ft pack, in the car closely, sad will suftbr less loss in, transportation than either natural ice or that manufactured bv the old woaemm z rr . . . "rr -uuaUcU .. - . gooas on tne oasis ox l m per gallon for high It? 1Pun7i we cnauenge comparison. wines. twiyu vi nwr n w ii nrstevi eu into steam under a pressure of one Nashville Produce Market. Najshvuxe, Tenn.. June 7 Wheat steady No. 2 red winter 95. Corn quiet; white mill ing 45. dred pounds densed before nrst evapor- hun- Wayal Stores. WajcnfOTOif, N. O., June 7. Spirits tur pentine firm at 35. Bosin steady ; strained gooaao. 1.10. iar nrm at 1.35. Crude Turpentine firm: hard 1.25 yellow dip 2.35; virgin 2.70. CORN Firm. White 51; yellow 50. The Citr Cotton Market. Ralxxoh, N. C, June 75 v. x. Good Middling .....12 1-8 Strict Middling. . Middling . 2 Market weak. City Produce Market. Reported for the Statx Chbohiolb by W.C.4A.B. Stronach, Wholesale and ' Betail Grocers. Baldoh, H. O., June 7. m uie suuare men ani vin freeaine. thna inmrin as pure as it comes from the clouds. Car load quantities on short notice. Full weight and carafol packing guaranteed. Address, LEACH 4c ANDREWS, Italeigk, N. C. DURHAM & NORTHERN RAILWAY, Sunday, March 2d, 1890. - TRAINS MOVING NORTH. Geese, . 40c Ducks, . 25 to 40c Turkeys, . 10c. lb Chickens, 15 to 32 l-2c Eggs, 10 to He Pork, 6c Beef, . .. 5c Hams, -11 to 121-2c White peas, bush. 1.35 Black and clay do. 1.20 N. C. Cut Herring; 18.50 BbL Gross " 2,50 Bbl. Mullets, 3,00 Bbl Hoe iternne. $3,00 1-2 BbL K M Sweet potatoes, 60o Dried peaches,peeled, - 10c.lb Dried peaches, un- Peeled, So lb Dried apples, 4 to 5o lb Dried damsons, lOelb Dried blackberries, 8o Dried whortleber ries, lOo Hay, per hun. 50o Fodder, " t9 to 1.00 Shucks, 43o Wheat straw, 40o Broom straw, So bun. STATiogg. Pass'gr. Pasu'gr. Lv Durham. 520pm 1035 a m SSJI-" 604jm 1110 am ! Sr?diao01' 682 p m 1132 a m 658 pm 1142 am I 35? MTe ' W P m 11 62 a m M g: 740 pm 1207 pm Watkins 803 pm 1224pm Ar Henderson 8804) m 112 45 p m TRAINS MOVING JBOPT1I. watiohs. Pass'gr. Passgr. THe?1"m --I 310 p m 600 a m oittuM 383 P m 683 am 301pm 702 am Tar Diver... ....... 918 p m 7 23 am H T- 329 pm 752 am S6"00- 8 3 p m 817 a m 'Bamehan. 853 pm 843 am Ar Durham 483 pm 880 am