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STATE OHEONIOLE, TUESDAY, JUBY 1, 1&90.
RALEIG1I IN BKIEF. LOCAL HAPPUXINCiS IN AND AliOUM) TIIL2 CAPITAL. COMING AND GOING. Some ol The Folks You Know and Their Doings. the Dr. city. J. S. "VTatkins Las returned to the Gnthcred on I'ly by the Chronicle's Reporters. The market is well supplied with veg etables. Brooksidc Park is a very attractive placo these hot evenings. Limeades and milk shakes are in big demand this hot weather. Go to the Soldiers' Home Festival to night. You will enjoy it. The excursion for Norfolk left yester day morning carrying a good crowd. Watermelons are plentiful, and the doctors arc happy and the druggists are busy. Now for the Soldier's llomo Fair let all turn out and make it a grand suc cess. Dr. Crawfords horso broke looso yes terday and had a run of half the city before ho could be caught. Tho neonlo are returning from More- head by the score. They are generally covered with a layer of dust. Tho bovs of Raleigh are perspiring over lawn tennis and the House of Rep resentatives over tho Federal Election Law. Don't forect tho glorious Fourth Homo in and hrincr ur wife and little ones. Tho fireworks will be glorious. Tho train for Smithfield will leave Raleigh at 9 o'clock a. m. instead of 9;30 o'clock a. m., as published in Sunday's Chronicle. Tho Knights of Pythias parade on the Fourth, and when this order turns out you will see something out of the ordi nary run. Thero will bo a meeting of the stock holders of the Raleigh Cotton Mills on Thursday, July 10th, at 8 p. m., at the Mayor's oflico. Tho street car managers wont be downed they havo just purchased an extra lot of new horses, and their sched ule will now bo kept up. At a meeting of Centre Lodgo No. 3 K. of P, last night; tho following ollicers wero elected for tho ensuing year: G. M. Allen, U. C; J. L. Foster, V. 'J.; How ard Haywood, Prelate; Henry Perry, M. of A. A wild cow got looso ou Person street yesterday aud humped herself for a Hhort timo. She hooked an old colored woman in tho back and gave her a toss but fortunately she was not seriously injured. Tho ladies Memorial Association ear nestly request that all the business houses will close tomorrow evening, so that all may have an opportunity to at tend the opening exercises of tho Sold iers' Home Fair. Somo fair damsels in the north-eastern part of tho city get up every morning with the sun and take a long walk be fore most people are awake. They say it not only ghes them an appetite but gives them a rosy complexion. There came near being a serious acci dent oa Blount street yesterday. Mr. Johnson was returning to tho couniry in his w.'igon when the tront wheel came off and precipitated him to the ground bruising him soverely bu he was other wise uninjured. These moonlight nights are beautiful and give tho residents of East Edenton street and other citizens living further out a good opportunity to see their way homo after tnn.-et. What a pity tho light commi'te' won't put one light on that rtroet to that tho citizens will not havo to depeiK. entirely on the moon! News reaches us that Durham is mak ing trraud preparations for the North Carolina Press Association which will meet in that city next month. A big barbecue, a banquet of the first magni tude and a grand musical concert. All th s and eveu more, for many pleasant surprises will ba held in reservo. Dur ham "goes the whole hog or none." The new Hook and Lader truck ordered for our city fire department arrived hero Sunday and sho is a "hummer." A Chronicle reporter called around and inspected it yesterday and can say that of tho kind, it is the most complete ap paratus ever seen in this section of the country. It has tho usual carriage for the ladders, ropes for hemming in the fire and keeping out the public, instru ments for cutting electric light wires, putting out gas, breaking in doors, go ing from story to story of a house, and two chemical extinguishers forthemem lers to carry on their backs when going ia a house on fire. Besides these there are all tho other small impliments, lanterns, &d., iVc. Taken altogether we can say that this is a model of its kind. Tho Company is newly organized and composed of somo of our best material, a la "go number of tho gentlemen being paiuiers ana Knowing "a tmng or two ' about climbine: a ladder. Mr. Andrew Wil'iams is Foreman of tho Company and Mr. Walter Parish Secretary and TroftHurer. Tho boys say that they will lv)U givo an exhibition drill. Vki J. P. Barrett, D. D., returned to tho city Saturday from Pittsburg, Pa. where he had been attending as a dele fpom North Carolina, tho International Sunday School Convention, which met in Ikat city last Tuesday. It is a com pliment to North Carolina, as well as to tno Christian church, that Dr. Barrett was chosen to represent North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, New Jersoy, Delaware, and tho District of Columbia, on an International commit tee of nine, chosen for the purpose of selecting the fifteen men who shall select and arrange the International series of lessons for the next seven years' course of Biblo Studies. He had a delightful time and declares Pittsburg to be a great and a growing city. The enter tainment of tho delegates was superb. There wero about 1,200 delegates in at tendance,representingthe United States, and tho provinces of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and New Foundland, and India, Palestine, and other places. Gov. Beaver, of Pennsyl vania, delivered an eloquent address of welcome. The convention was a grand success. There were fifteen delegates present from North Carolina. Mr. R. L. Burkhead, of Goldsboro, is in the city. Mr. J. W. Fleetwood, of Hertford, is iu e city. Mr. John B. Spilman, of Weldon, was here yesterday. Mr. Hunter Harris went up to Chapel Iill yesterday. Mrs. W. G. Thomas is visiting in Portsmouth, Ma. P. M. Wilson, E?q , went to Greens boro yesterday afternoon. Mr. C. J. Merrimon came back from Morehead City yesterday. Mr. Frank Fuller, of Durham, came up from Morehead yesterday. Miss Annie Powell, of Oxford, return ed yesterday from Morehead. Miss Katie DeRosset, of Wilmington, is visiting Miss Grechen Pharr. Rev. J. L. Foster went to Burlington yesterday to visit his brother who is ill at that place. Mr. M. H. Palmer, of Warren county, went to Chapel Hill yesterday to attend the law school. Judge Shepherd went to Chapel Hill yesterday, where he will enter upon his duties in the summer law school. Miss Maggie Leonard, of Lexington, was in tho city yesterday en route for Louisburg on a visit to Mrs. J. B. Hurley. Rev. J. B. Hurley, of Louisburg, pas sed through Jhe city yesterday on his return from the S. S. convention at Carey. Miss Minnie West left yesterday for New York, where she will spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. J. J. Trout man, at 30 Clinton Place. She was ac companied my Miss Lula West. Miss Daisy Waitt, daughter of Mr. D. S. Waitt, returned yesterday from Bos ton whero she has been for the past year at school. She has relatives there whom she has also been visiting. Special Meeting of the Uoard ol Aldermen. The board of aldermen held a called meeting last night to hear tho answer of championship and for prizes. SOLDIERS' HOME FESTIVAL. It Tl ill be Held in Nash Square, July 1-lth, IJudr the Auspices ol the La dies' Memorial Association. The following is a complete and official programme: Tuesday, July 1st. Opening exercises "0.30 o'clock p. m. Prayer by Rev. M. M. Marshall, D. D. Address by Col. T. C. Fuller of the North Carolina Confederate Veterans' Association. Music by the J. E. F. F. Quartette and the R ileigh Silver Comet Band. The latter specially organized for this occa sion. Also music by an orc'iestra. Wednesday, July 2d. Music by the Silver Cornel Band. Concert and Minstrel Show. Exhibition dancing by the children who attracted so much attention at Pro fessor Bellezza's exhibition recently. Thursday, July 3d. "Confederate Concert," during which the most stirring and pathetic songs of tho war will be sung. Music by theEuterpean Orchestra and the Silver Cornet Band. This will be "Children's Day" at tho Festival, and an "Orange Tree," with I rtrizes. will bo provided for the little ones. Friday,. July 1th. In the evening music by the Durham Cornet Band and the Raleigh Sliver Cor net Band. During the entire Fair Nash Square will be under the control of the Ladies' Memorial Association; will be roped' in, and an admission fee will ba charged. The Square wili bg brilliantly illumina ted by electric lights and decorated with Ciiinese lanters. An abundance of seats and ice-water will be provided. The grounds will be open after 10 o'clock a. m. each day save Friday, the 4th, when thoy will be opened at 8 o clock a.m. Under largo awnings the ladies will serve, each evening, all kinds of ice cream, as well as every other delicacy of the season. A car load of choica Georgia water melons, just off the ice, will be on sale each evening. On the 4th of July bar becue and sandwiches will be provided all day. Each evening, except Tue diy, there will bj dancing at ttio pavilion ou a care fully prepared ibor, with music by an orchestra. On Wednesday and Tuursuay tuere will be a lawn tennis tournament for the The hours 10,000,000 Founds of Gold Leaf. the Raleigh Lighting, Beating and Power company to the resolutions passed at their last meeting, to consider a request from the Ladies' Memorial society, and also a request from the city liquor deal ers. Mr. Bledsoe, on behalf of the liquor dealors asked that they be allowed to pay the last half of the yearly tax quarterly, which was denied. On motion of Alderman Lumsden the request of the Ladies' Memorial society for the use of th chairs in Metropoli tan Ball at the festival in Nash Square was granted. Mr. C. M. Hawkins representing the Raleigh Lighting, Heating and Power company made a statement to the board in which ho said the company had made a mistake in their fksfi bid for lights and asked that the board allow the company to furnish lights tor the city during the remainder of the contract at actual cost. On motion of Alderman Latta a corn mitteee consisting of two of the mem bers of the light committe, (Aldermen Lee and Grimes,) Mayor Thompson, City Attorney Holding,' Aldermen Cowpr and Ward, was appointed to investigate and confer with Mr. Hawkins in regard to the lights and report to tho board. Fourth of July Excursion. during which the game will bd played The Richmond & Danville railroad will run an excursion train from Golds boro to Raleign and return July 4th, 1890, for the accommodation of parties attending the grand 4th of July celebra tion. Train will leave Goldsboro at 7:45 a. m. and arrive at Raleigh 9:38 a. m. Returning leave Kaleigh 10:00 p. m., arrive at Goldsboro 11:47 p. m. This will enable parties to spend the day in Raleigh and see the protechnic display at night. Excursion to Winston. will 1)3 announced hereafter. Players from Oxford, Dniham, Henderson, Hills boro and Tarboro, are expected, the tournament bdng open to the State. Each evening the wonderful phono graph graphophone will be ou exhibition by Mr. Guy L. Bunch. Order will be preserved by a detail of veterans each evening from Junius Dan iel Camp, Confederate veterans; also by details from the Governor's Guard and police. Mr. Edward Fasnnch has presented a handsome silver and Bohemian glass perfume tstuud, which ia on exhibition .in the wiudow of his store on Fayette vil'e street. It will l3 given the person making the nearest estimate of the net receipts of the Fair. E;;eh guess costs ten conts, and "gu:. tickets'' can hi bought at all the Drug Stores and at Wil'iams & Co.'s Book-store. The ladies request ?J1 business hou?es in the city to close by G:10 p. m. to-day so that they and th.ir employees can be present at the opening exercises of the Soldier's Fair. The Chronicle is sure nat Tiie Business men win iak3 pleasure n complying with the request of the adies. Committee for Tuesday. It is proposed that a committee of gen tlemen shall ba on hand to look after affairs each dav durinc the Fair. The following are asked to serve on Tuesday. It is hoped that some of them will be on the ground during tho day: Messrs. T. S. Kenan, B. F. Park, D. W. Rovster, J. C. Birdsong, J. B. Hill, E. R. Stamps, J. S. Wynne, James Boy Ian, M. Rosenthal, R. C. Red ford 3. T. Pullen, W. L. McGehoo, Edgar Hay wood. Oxford, North Carolina, is the most eastern of the Piedmont towns. It has the elements of growth in the raw ma terial of the surrounding country, its ac cess by railway to all markets, the in dustry ot its people, its unsurpassed healthfumess. It has doubled its popula tion in three years; In its warehouses it sells 10.000,000 pounds per annum of tho best tobacco grown in the world. It will manufacture this entire product in three years. It has already three plug tobacco factories and three smoking to bacco factories and as many more or ganizing. It has the largest establish ment in the world for stemming tobacco for foreign shipment; a large cotton fac tory is contracted for, to work up the cotton that crows at its doors: and twenty nther smaller manufactories. It ha3 three railways entering it and others will reach it during tho year. It has schools for boys and for girls of very high grade, and that attract patronage from a dozen States. All the great denominations have churches, and tho public schools rank well. Its climate is so even that it is sought by the people of the North in win ter by those of the lower South in sum mer. If the great business of the town were omitted its delntiu; climate would attract thousands o obta- n !io:aes under the most favorable drcn distances. Con sumption is almost m'.nown and mala ria finds no victims near it. The neighboring country is rich in copper, silver, iron f ad granite. Min eral springs are o:i every farm. It is the heart of the grsat g?lden tobacco area, and the marie: of len North Caro lina and four Virg inia Qountl.s. Tobac co farms in this s;c aou make lrjin one to six hundred dollars per acre in to bacco. The Oxford Improvement Company is duly chartered by law and is managed by the most responsible bmkerp, mer- cnants, business men and farmers ot the town. It owns six hundred acres of lands in and adioininsr tho town. This has been subdivided into lots 50x: and with each two shares of stock, when full paid goes a lot. These lots are ful lv worth, and will sell for $100. The company has 1000 acros of other town and surburban lands besides several thousand acres of farming and mineral land3. The proceeds of sales go into the treasury, and will make the shares worth their face. The capital stock x the comrtmy is Sl50,000, nonassessable, no personal liability in shares of $50 each, payable 3 in subscription, balance in nine equal instalments, on call of direc tors. A street railway has been chartered and authorized by the city. THE PERFECT SUMMER RESORT, im:oijivt-IiV i?:re,i: hotel, HOT SPKlNttS, JN. C. Bracing Mountain Air, Beautiful See aery, Health, Pleasure, Home Comforts and au nexcelled Table: Billiard Room. Bowling Alley, Shooting Gallery, Tennis, a well-enuir.T .Livery, Ball Room, Music, Swimming l'ooi ana Darning suua as at seasuores. HOTEL, RATliS COTTAGE BOARD 315.00 to 21.00 Per Week. - $8.00 to 12.00 Per AVeek. WHAT GOV. FOYvLE SAYS : Hot Spmkgs, Sept. 2, 18S9 "In 18G0 I was a visitor at this delightful spot. For 20 rear the recollections of that visit were constantly in my mind. Again it has been my good for tune to visit within the circle ol these beautiful mountains, and I can consistently declaro that nowhere in America have I found a eweeter or more restful spot than these Springs, ft is the Gem of the Mountains. In air, baths and waters it has no superiors. May it continue to prosper, giving strength and health and rest to the sick and weary, and adding a murt abundant enjoyment to the robust and healthy." DAN L G. FOWLE HEALTHIEST PLACE IN AMERICA. LEMON ELIXIR. A Pleasant Lemon Drink. For biliousness and consumption, tako Lemon Elixir. For indigestion and foul stomach, take Lemon Elixir. For sick and nervous headaches, tako 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. Mozley, At lanta, Ga. 50c. and $1.00 per bottle, at drug gisti. 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. Moziey'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 octlst. --OUST ICE- 1,000 GEORGIA- 11ATT.LE SKA IvE W ATER M ELONS. We have in livery to-day cold .e, ready for da- TIIE WORLD'S C0MMEK0E. CLOSING OUT ODDS ad ENDS, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Un derwear, &c, PltEPAliATOUY TO TAKING STOCK. Four ply Linen Collars 5 and 10c. Former prices 15, 20, and 25c each. The grand excursion train from Raleigh to Winston July 15th will leave the Union depot at G:30 o'clock a. m., arriv ing at Winston at 10:45 a. m. Return ing will leave Winston at 6:20 p. m. Fair for round trip $1,50. Winston's new electric street cars will be in operation and the excursionists will have a fine opportunity for taking in every pare 01 inis Dooming town. . Contributions For the Fair. Owing to the intense heat prevailing, it has been impossible for the ladies to call upon but few of our people for con tributing to the Lawn Partv for the Sol diers Home and they ask that all of our citizens send their contributions to Nash Square to-day or to-morrow. Remains Brought Home. lhe remains of Prof. D. A. Davis who was shot in Texas a few days ago were brought yesterday to his home in Boonville, Yadkin couuty, N. C, and tne Dunai will take place to-day. It is to be regretted that no particulars of the sad aliair can be obtained at this time. Attention Confederate Veterans. The members of Junius Daniel Camn and all other Confederate Veteraus are requested to meet at Metropolitan Hall Tuesday eveniug at G o'clock sharp, to attend ia a body the opening exeicises of "The Soldiers' Home Fair.'' B. F. Pa uk, J. C. Birdsong, President. becretary. . II. x It. S. TUCKER SPECIAL NOTICES. Nice Large Bananas Cheap by the bunch, or 25 cents per dozen, at D. T. Johnson's. 'Phone 28. W. II. & R.S. TUCKER & CO. Trunks, Valises, Arc. Just the time of year when one is most likely to need something of this kind. We keep the best work of the leading trunk-makers of this country. The greatest variety of styles in trunks, va lises, gripps, hand bags, telescope bags, &c. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. New York, June 30. Meters. Hub bard, Price k Co. in their cotton cir cular to-night say: From the stand point of a bull, to-day's market has been in melancholy contrast to that of Satur day. Liverpool responded but slug gishly to the better advices from here. The summer months there were only 1-G4 higher and spot sales 8, 000 bales. Our cables say that heavy sales of July and August contracts were made by a con cern prominent in the trading here. The result, so far as this market is con cerneri, has been a decline of thirteen poins in August, the other positions being comparatively steady, their steadi ness being in direct proportion to their distance from August. The weakness in August seems to ba without special cause, and incidental simply to the liqui iation of the scattered loug interest created during the recent advance. Crop accounts continue, in the main, f: voraWe. A telegram from Memphis says that a much-needed rain has fallen there to-day and the intense heat sorns-wh-t abated. In the North Atlantic tates- tho temperature continues very high. The official report of Texas's crop, as made up by the Galveston Exchatgi, makes this year's crop 1,704,000 bales, and estimates the increase in acreage lor nczt year at 12 per cent., on the bsj-sis of which the indicated crop for 1890 will be 1,900,000 bales. Receipts at our orts to-day esti mated at 24C0 bales, ugainst 1305 bales last week. The spot market ii dull and un changed ; no sales repoi ted. Futures closed 6 to 9 points lower, follows: July 11 73-74 August 11 61 -Go September 10 8087 October 10 5850 November ' 10 4341 December' 10 4849 January 10 4849 February 10 5354 In Liverpool spot cotton closed steady; midlings uplands 6 3-8 ; sales 0,000 bales. Gents' Fine Hand-made Shoes.. ..$3.50, $4 00 and $4.50. Former prices $4.50, 5.00 and $5.50. FINE FLANNEL NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, At and Below Ci et to Close Out. These are good bargains and an inspection will pay you. 1,00) rESH GEORGIA RATTLESNAKE WATERMELONS. SOLID RED MEAT. RIND OXLY HALF INCH THICK, to 50c. each. 2.c. Heaven helps those who help thenjelve Is a maxim wise yoxi see Take more than one cup if you have the cnance Of the fragrant He-No Ten. liobidea the Fainm-i HE-NO TEA, We Oiler GREEN AND BLACK TEAS Of all Grad-, m, Prices. GUNPOWDER- IMPEUIZ L YOUNG HYSON, JAPAN, OOLCKG, ENG LISH BREAK FAST, INDIA AND CEYLON TEAS. J7 A BIG DEDUCTION. First-class Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices. Some of the best and nobbiest suitings bought by me this season are still in stock, and must be sold. 1 am deter mined not carry these goods over another season. I must have room for my fall S'.cck, which will be the largest and best assortment of imported goods ever shown in North Carolina. A deduction of 20 per cent, will be cnv.n nr,m a,,. n- ' Muni i- G. N. Walters, Agt. Cotton. Citv. Galveston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia Savannah, New Orleans Mobile, Memphis, Augusta, L,ouisviil9, ?;t. Louis, Sale i Tone. 6 350 "ii Npm'l Nom'l Nom'l Quiet 1 Firm Firm Nom'l Dull Nom'l Nom'l Xom'l Steady Nom'l Mk't !ltct- 11 1-4 11 3-4 12 18 12 1-i 11 1-2 12 1-4 11 7-16 11 1-2 at? 11 6-8 12 0-0 11 1-2 13 500 57 18 39 El. Chicago I'roduue -Market. Chicago. 'June ju., Wheat opened 3c . ,oai!j tmet; pro gust 1st. We Believe that the ith of July dav "Will be the basest naa in twenty-ave years. ?nd thrA li-th igh has will Weather Report. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 00; minimum temperature 72: rain fall 0.02 inches. , Local forecast for Raleigh aud vicinity fair, becoming cloudy and threatening With showers; slightly cooler. CO. Imported Zephyr Ginghams. The daintiest conoeptions, and all this season's importations. Worth almost double what we ask. Oar price just 15c. per yard. W. II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Laredo, Tex., June 30. Mayor Isidor Salinas, of New Laredo, has been ar rested and put in jail here, charged with being one of the leaders of the recent revolutionary forces in Mexico. be ;nore people here th-m ever wa here oeroro 1 n one day. Ot course every body that c-nes will hive heard of thV Big Racket Stor and will want to see it and learn for themselves it it is true that they sell all kinds of goo-Is so much cheaper than the balance 'of the S.ate. You may rest afsured that the LW liac'-if't furore will be fullv lower for July; corn lower visions weak and lowei. Closings: WHEAT July 85J; August 86; Bepttem ber mK. vOUN-Jnly 34; August 3-V31; Sep- teniuer o,j; 0(t..2. OATS July 'lilt August 20 rO UK July 12.50; August 12.30: ber 2o Septem ISepteai' Septem LAUD Jaly 5.C2: August 5.7J5 ber 5.;0. MBS -July 4.U2i; August 5.05; September New FLOUR grrdes York Closed winter 2.00(52.15: Produce Market. dull but eteaiv: ! -r-tdmn inn - r CLOTHIERS SHATTERS Our Tea House have been in tlso tea trade for three generations. Handle t -as onlv. Im port direct, and through us oli'er von the" bene fit tf their long experience. Just lleceived Fresh Supply of THE IiOItETTA HALL, Hot Springs, N. C. OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. Select Boarding by MRS. D. II. WILLIAMS. TermsS8.COto $10.00 Per Week. Special Rates to Families. jne21-lm A 35c. to $1.00 lb. W. G. & A. B. STRONAUH GROCEKS AND CANDY MAM'. FACTURK11S. Stop at Hotel Merriam I At Depot. Largest in City. BEST ACCOMMODATIONS. Charges Very Moderate. Steamers and Cars leave the Hotel every day. j. i. MittiuAai, rropnetor, Washington, N. C. THE CALIGRAPH" TYPE-WRITER. Greatest speed; best for manifolding; 100, 000 daily users. Price $85.00. Machines rented to responsible parties and sold on in stallments. Our New Special No. 3 has recently been brought out to meet the demands ot those who require the best that can be produced. Price $100.00. Has six additional commercial keys, extra platen lor manifolding and other valuable improvements. For accounts of speed contests and cfrculars, address NEWMAN & SON, Gexehax Agents, junel0-8mo Washington, B. C. Haywood White Sulphur Springs. Always a favonie wjta-stcrn people, now with A. J. Rctjes as Manager, all may look out for a good season. This resort ha.s greater altitude than any other mountain resort. Tho fare, of course, with Mr. Rutjes at the head ot the tables, will be splendid. Fine sulplnr and cool spring water; bracing, invigorating air, refreshing nights, electric bells, moderate rates, Ac, are some of the attractions. It you contemplate visiting the mountains thin sea son, by all means go to Haywood. jne2u-2mos J. R. FERRALL & CO. FRESH AND RELIABLE GROCERIES, 222 Fayetteville Street. sustain his widespread n low prices and excellent one who visits Iiildgh. prepared to pa iation for goods, and any not onlv on tho 4th but at any time, and will go see them, will have some goods and figures shown them that will almost paralyze them for cheapness and elegance of fab rics. We always keep a full and com plete line of dry goods, clothing, shoe, notions, &c, and we, always under all circumstances, guarantee our nrinpq tr, 1 be the lowest to be found anywhere fnr only first-class goods at Swindell's. fine Southern closed hte-Jy; tradV and lamily extras 4.35't$4.55. Wilt: AT - Closed strung; sp-.t sales No. 2 ret wiii ter tfVlo. July 'J.3. CO'iN Closed quiet; suot sales No. 2 mixed 41 1-t42; do. July 41. OA i'S -Close i st.adv; spot sales No. 1 white 37; No. 2 mixed Jglv 33. POKK Quiet :;'nev mes 13 0all 00. LAUD-Closed easier; July 5.92. SUGAli Uctined firm and'atti.-; cut loaf and crushed C;; powdered C(G 09; grauu alted CA. COFFEE- Closed steady; fair Rio car goes 19. Naval Stores. WiLirts'OTOx, N. C Dentine firm at 33. 1.07,; good do. 1.12. Crude Turpentine firm; dip 2.35; virgin 2.50. COKS Firm. Whita June 30. Spirits tur Ilosin firm: strained Tar firm at 1,G5. hard 1.25; yellow 51; yellow 50. BATTERY PARK HOTEL, Asheville, N. C. Open throughout the year. Elevation 2,000 feet; average summer temperature 74 de- : magnificent mountain scenery. Hydraulic elevator; electric lights and bells; music hall tennis court, ladies' billiard parlor and bowl iing aney. ueautUul drives and first class iMery. io mosquitoes. For descriptive punted matter appl to jnel5-2mos J. B. STEELE, Manager. i n SWANXANOA HOTEL, Ashevillc, N. C. bull in high favor with Southerners. First- ciass appointments and Mountain Views. TEliMS MODERATE. Special rates by the week. liAWLS BRO-., jnelo-2mos Proprietors. "Y7"A?STED ! Situation as Stenograper andTypewrater by a young lady of exne- Address MISS SALL1E K. STEVENS jnel5-tf McCI&mmy, tf, (j, J Evaporated California Apricots. Peaches, Prunes, Raspberries, &c, &c. N. C. Dried Apples and Peaches. New York Medium Beans. California Dried Lima Beans. Imported Parmesian Cheese, grated for Macaroni. Edam and Pine-apple Cheese. Tarbell Cheese. Hazard's Strawberry Tomato Ketchup, best in the world. Smoked Salmon. Yarmouth Bloaters. Boneless Cream Codfish and Mackerel. Fine New Catch N. O. Roe and Cut Herrings. MUSIC TEACHING. Miss Sue May Kiuklaxd. late of iv n tp- fititute, oilers her services to anv one der-irii io pursue the study of music. Those wirLu to do so can begin their studv inimediat. lv', communicating with her as to terms, Ac, itt the residence of Mr. Clinton Crtw, 537 North Blount street. jne20-tf RALEIGH DYE WORKS, C. Ilnrri, Proprietor. D. M. Dying and cleaning and renovation t clotning a specialty. Fast colors guaranteed and wai ranted not to snut. Work done by the latest devices and on the moit approved plan. Gloves, curtains, plumes, feathers, and, In fact everything cleaned and renovated aid made as bright and KOtt as new. Special attention to orders through mail. Call on or write to may 1G "HARRIS DYE WORKS," Martin Street, KaleiKh, N. C. THE BELLEVUE, High Point, - - - y. C. During he summer months we will furn ish a few first class families with loard and accommodations at $.5 per week. Children under 10 years old, and servants, ball price. laria, no chills. June 18-lm Address, J. tp imr Manager