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STATE OHBONIOLE, THUKSDAY, JULY 24.
BALEIGH IN BRIEF. I.OCAT. HAPPENINGS IN AND AKOUNI T1IU CAPITAL. Short Items of News fathered on the Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. Tbo fence around the city cemetery is being handsomely painted. Thousands of baskets for grape ship ping purposo3 ure being received here every day. The west bound afternoon train was pretty well loaded with delegates to the Durham convention and members of the Press association. Two womon, Florence Snow, white, and Mary McCloud, colored, were sent to jail by the Mayor yesterday for keep ing a disorderly house. The Juvcnilo circus will give another performance in Morson and Denson's academy grounds to night for tho bene fit of tho Soldiers' Homo. A prominent grapo grower said yes terday that the like of June bugs was never seen in this country before, and that they were working considerable havoc to some of the vineyards. The Charlotte News says. "Rev. Thos. Dixon, tho famous young divine, has bought a beautiful home on Staten Is land, aud his family has moved there. His place contains five acres aud is one of the handsomest on tho island." Mr. W. 0. Stronach, Secretary and Treasurer, reports that the amount of good notes and cash in the Soldiers' Homo treasury is over $4,000. In ad dition to this, he is advised that the la dies of Wilmington have about $400 which they are ready to turn over. Mr. James A. Higgs, ono of the best and most popular commercial men in this whole Union, offers to give ten dol lars to the farmer bringing the first bale of cotton to the Raleigh market this sea son. Norris & Carter have the premium in hand and will turn it over to tho party entitled to it. ' .- : ! 1 COMING AND GOING. Know and DIDN'T HOLD THE COURT. Some ol The Folks Yon Their Doings. Mr. W. hero. R. Henry, of Henderson, Judse Whitaker Thinks He Cannot Legally Held ltockiisgham and Stokes 13 courts. It will ba remembered that the death Mr J M Wvattwfint. unto Durham of J Udire Mlipp. wno was uuiuiug iuc yesterday. " Superior courts cf the Ninth Judicial Hon. C. M. Cooke arrived in the xity district, occurred before the circuit was SPECIAL NOTICES. Expert stenographer wants a position. Three years' experience. First-class ref erence Address this office,Italeigh,N.C ' jyl3-tf yesterday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. C. Harris have gone to Morehead. Mrs. J. N. Booth, of Durham, is visit ing relatives here. Miss Etta Ramsey went down to Morehead yesterday. Miss Alma Wynne has gone to Selma on a visit to friends. completed. No court had been neJd m Stokes or Rockingham county, and Judge Shipp's death made some provis ion necessary for holding these courts. Tn nflsf of :i vacant Judgeship, the duty of filling the place devolves upon the Governor who tills the position by aooointment. In i his case the Governor had announced that he would not make Norris & Carter. Colored silks being closed out at 69c. Former price, $1.40. Norris & Carter's plitioa mav be the absorbing ques tion to many, but to the vast majority thpre is another question of more impor- ami that i low orices. That is a Uiuic, u ... Tl uuv, tp th AiAKsrs wiiuiner uros., wu o thev b2in to receive tneir an swes they are working it for all it is worth. the death of Judge Shipp, but would wait until tho meeting cf the Judicial Convention of the Eleventh district, and he would then appoint the nominee of the convention. Mr. H. C. Kearney, of Franklinton, an appointment to the vacancy cause by is registered at the l arboro. Mr. f. G. Upchurch went up to Ilills boro yesterday afternoon. 8. B. McCracken left for Morehead yesterday to spend a few days. Mrs. Josephus Daniels has gone to Morehead to spend some days. Rev. F. L. Reid left yesterday for a visit to Farmington, Davie county. Mrs. W. N. U. Smith went to Ports mouth yesterday on a visit to friends. Mrs. Alma Avera, of Johnston county registered at tho Yarboro last evening. Rev. Mr. Allred went down to Hen derson yesterday to attend the District Conference. Mrs. T. A Crawford and children, of Reck Hill, S. C, Phil. Taylor. Mr. C. F. Wilson, of tho Wilson Ad vance, was on the Durham bound train W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. Last Week. t a larere line of ii n i i ii 1 1 - v (j nv,ina silka at 75 cents per yard. This ennfifiss encourages us to make a break in in the $1.00 and 1.25 lines ana now we nile these out and make prices in plain e convention. fibres G21c and 75c per yard. Send for In the meantime, the time for ho ding Jtfont of town. This is the bar- A are the guests oi Mrs. the above courts would occur and tho Governor sought to provide for them. He asked the Attorney-General if there was law authorizing the Chief Ex ecutive to appoint a judge from one dis trict to hold the courts of another district. Tho Attorney-General's opinion was that this power was vested in the Gov ernor bv secsion 11. of article 4 of the - - Constitution which reads as follows "Every Judge of the Superior Court shall reside in the district for which he is elected, but in case of any protracted illness of the Judge assigned to preside in any district, or if any otn er unavoidable accident to him by rea son of which he shall be nnable to pre gain of the season. S. Tucker & Co. Want to Talk to You ST. HABro SCHOOL, RALEIGH, N.O. Thfi AflvftiitTermof the Session of '90 and '01 ,,.: begin September 1 1th. For Catalogue, address 11 TUU RECTOR, BENNETT SMEDES, A. julyi3-2m RALEIGH, -VC THE PERFECT SUWJIV3ER RESORT MOUNTAIN IVIli HOTEL, hot sfirizsto-s, usr. o. Bracing mountain air, beautiful scenery, health pleasure, home coin torts ana an unexcelled tables bin iaru room, uowimg aney, suoomijr j-auery, tennis well-equipped livery, ball room, music, swimming ' ana Darning suits as iiiseiisuurcs. HOTEL RATES : - - ?ia.uu 10 si.uu rer Wcet COTTAGE BOARD : - $8.00 to $1 2.00 Per Week. WHAT GOV. FOWLE SAYS : Hot Springs, Sept. 2, 1889. ' In 18GO I was a visi. tor at this delightful spot. For twenty-nine years tho recollections of that visit were constantly in my mind Again it has been my good fortune to visit within tlu" Circle Ol tiit;t? ucctutiiui juiuuuiuiuB) iiuu x Uitu UOIlSlst- j - a. 1 - X A i i. Tr t' ' eniiy ueciare mat uowiiere xn iiuieriuii iiuve i iouik i . a r -a J a. 1 a 1 . We adouc oeweiry loi just aic uiuu.Cuu, sweeter or more restiui spot man tnese springs, it is First, do you ever buy any kind ot jew- u Q of the Mountains. Ill air, baths and waters H SiUZ has no superiors. May it continue t prosper, s-ivil w m . tt m m am a mm m m a ww iki a w m m u a a a r a a ara . . st fnrfnnfi for It. We 1 ucaitu aiiu oticiicm iaj.v. vk lih; oiuu aim v;ti,i i, jjiii Weather Report. Washington, D. C, July 23. For North Carolina: Showers on Thursday; slightly cooler. For Virginia: Showers; stationary temperature, Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 83; minimum temperature 56; rain fall 0.00 inches. Local forecast for Raleigh and vicinity for to-day: Cloudy and threatening; soon followed by rain; stationary tem perature; southeasterly winds. (Jot it Bad. A citizen stopped us the other day to tell us that he was going to be a candi datean independent candidate at that, lie said he was a Democrat and always expected to be; but, said he, the Repub licans are just completely whipped out, and can't do anything, and don't expect to try to do anything; don't even expect to put any candidates in the field; and thoy have Riven me to understand that if I will run as an independent the last one of them will vote for me. They don't ask me to be a Republican Oh, no; but just run as an independent, so they can have somebody to vote for, as they are so badly demoralized they can't hope to do an thing. As I heard him and looked at him, thought to myself, 4 'Old fellow you may not realize it just now, but as sure as you are a man you are going as straight to the radicals as a so-called indepen dent ever went. Independent, indeed ! No man is in dependent who sells out; and a man Bella out when he does a thing for a con sideration. The consideration in this case is, "We will vote for you if vou will oppose the regular nominee of your party, and run as an mdependant last evening. Miss Nannie B. Jones, who has been visiting friends in Sulisbu.y, returned to the city yestarday. Mr. E. C. Beddinfield went up to Greensboro yesterday to attend the Farmers Meeting. Miss Annie Southerland who has bsen visiting the Misses Carroll, returned to her home yesterday. Mrs. Chief Justice Merrimon left yes terday afternoon for a visit to relatives and friends in Salisbury. Miss Matties Pou, of Snaithfleld pas sed through the city yesterday en-route for Georgia on a two months visit. Mrs. J. P. Caldwell, of Statesvllle, and Mrs. Thoo F. Klutz, of Salisbury, were on tne east bound train yesterday en- route for Morehead. Mr. R. C. Hoffman, Vice President of the Seaboard Air Line, and Mr. L. T. Myers, General Superintendent, arrived in the city yesterday. P.-of. J. II. Kinealy, of tho A. & M oiHa 4-1-.,-. s-rr w. n 1 O Tl T7 Judge to hold one or more specified all times, and we believe t at we have terms in said district, in lieu or tne have for some time been considering the adding a more abundant enjoyment to the robust ami advisability of establishing a special de- liealtliy." partment in our store ror jeweiry aione, and to keen a full and complete line of all kind of goods, and sell them at fig ures that will enable you to nave some thing of your year's salary after buying your wife a breastpin or set of ear-rings. We intend to keen nrst class goods at DAIS' L G. FOWLE. HEALTHIEST PLACE i ft! AMERICA. GOOD REASON Judge assigned to hold the courts in said district." Acting on the opinion of the Attorney General, the Governor appointed Judge Whitaker.' to hold Kockingham and Stokes courts, vice Judge Shipp de- ceased. The time for holding Eoekingham court was on the 22nd inst, and Judge Whitaker went to Wentworth for that purpose. He opened the court and heard one case which went against the defendant The defendant appealed trom tne is sue on the ground that Judge Whitaker had no right to hold the court. Judge Whitaker took up this question for consideration and invited the whole bar to discuss it. The upshot of the whole business was made arrangements with one of the largest houses in the country that will enable ns to offer you inducements tnat have not been offered in this line of ?oods in the citv heretofore. We invite o " ... ... your attention especially to this depart ment in our store, and we are sure you will be surprised and glad to see such an elegant display of Jewelry at Swindell s. TIIE WORLD'S COMMEKCE. New York, July 23. Messrs. Hub bard, Price & Company, in their cotton circular to-night say: The The distant portionts, both here and in Liverpool are substantially lower, and have been freely sold by those who have been waiting for the drouth to put them whereupon he declared the term con tinued and left the bench. ine Judge win me a written opinion in regard to the matter in the Supreme Col iege, went up to Salem yesterday court, and says he will pursue the same wnere ne will lecture on "Manna wuie ai oioKescuurt. still higher. The near nositions here a general agreement that Judge Whita- nave ais0 Deen conspicuously weak, the ker had no right to hold the court, 1 pp.1 in a in An crust, at, nnp. timo havincr Training1' to-morrow night. Mr. Josephus Daniels, editor of the Chronicle, left for Durham yesterday to attend the Press Association and the Congressional convention. Among the Raleighites who came np from Morehead yesterday were Mrs J. B. Burwell, Mrs. W. II. Pace and Miss Mattio Pace, and Mr. Ernest Bain. Dr. J. M. Hays passed through the city yesterday, en route to Oxford, on his return from New York, where he in This probably ends the matter of courts tor tnese two counties until a judge shall be elected for the district. There can be no appeal proceedings, for before the matter should be settled, the time for holding the courts would have passed and tne question vouid not Do a practical one.' The regular prcceeduro in this case would have been for Judge Whitaker to have gone on with the courts, and to have let any dissatisfied plaintiff or de fendant find whatever relief he thought lip. TX7Q Q onHtloH tn lv an annpal tn tha vested in modern electrical medical ap hi her tribunal for settlement of the nlmnnoa I . .. . question as to whether the court was Norris Ac Carter. pliances. Col. J. D. Hawkins, of New Orleans; Maj. Frank Hawkins, of Winona, Miss., and Mr. Read Hawkins, of Miss., who are visiting here went to Warren county yesterday to visit relatives and friends. legally held or not. As the matter stands the question is mooted, and there seems to be no way to decide it. carried that month down 11.91 while July, though maintaining its premiums, declined relatively as much." Transactions in futures to-day were 60,000 bales Futures closed steady as follows: July 12 2628 August 11 9697 September 10 9495 October 10 C2 63 November 10 4748 December 10 4748 January 10 5253 Febrnarv 10 5758 March..".". 10 GO 61 In Liverpool spot cotton strong; middlings uplands 6 7-8; saleG 12,000 bales. Cotton. City. Marriages. Norris & Carter. 40 to 50 per cent, saved on all classes of dry goods, notions, shoes, &c, bought, at Norris & Carter's. French O. P. Corsets, Si. 00. Former price, .75. Norris & Carter's. Raleigh's Lively Juveniles. The Juveniles of Raleigh male the city lively yesterday. They are a bright and enthusiastic lot and can have more fuu and do more good at the same time than any set of boys or girls in this com monwealth. Yesterday they had a regular rattle-te-tat-tat-nmattle-de-bang on the street by way of advertising a game of base ball for the benefit of the Soldiers' Home. They played the game to a small but ap preciative audience, and turned over $3, 65 as the net receipts. When they came from tho park it was with a hoop-la, hoorah and a whoop; and about the same time a merry party of young pic-nicers camo in in ambu lances, straw wagons, &c, taking the streets by storm. Then last night the juveniles had thoir great circus for tho benefit of the Home. They drew a big crowd, and gave a brilliant performance. Local Preachers' Conference. OH" to the Convention. A good contingent of tho Wake dele gation to the Congressional Convention left yesterday afternoon for Durham. Among those who went were Messrs. A. 0. Green, J. A. Askew. Cant. Jno. Smith andR. J. Powell. Hon. B. H. Bnrm and Hon. J. C.Scarborough were also oa tne tram wnen it pulled out. The twenty-first annual session of the Local Ministers' Conference of North Carolina is being held this week at Ruth erford College. The annual address was road by the president, Rev. Dr. R. H. Whitaker, yesterday morning. It was not an address of suggestions, but was an appeal that the ministers' lives be transparent and above reproach. Among other things Dr. Whitaker said : We come together to exchange expe riences, to tell of labors wrought, of trials borne, of crosses taken up, and. above all, to boar testimony to the f ree- ness and fullness of gospel grace, to the end that we may be better and more suc cessful laborers in the future than we have been in the past. We must not allow ourselves to fall into the error that, because we are lay men and have to trade with the world for our living, we are excusable in adopting the methods of the world to make money. That would be a fatal mistake on our part, and I take the lib erty, at this point, of warning my dear brethren to be careful in their dealings with the world. Our lives must be trans parent. Our dealings with men must be frank, fair and honest; and wo should, as far as possible, keep out of political wrangles. Dr. L. B. McBrayer, of the Western Hotel, of this city, and Miss Cordie Dea- ver, daughter of R. M. Deaver, mayor of West Asheville, were married yester day afternoon at 7 o'clock. The cere mony was performed at the home of the bride, by Rev. W. A. Nelson, pastor of the First Baptist church. It was a quiet affair, only the immediate friends of the pair being present. Mr. and Mrs. Mc Brayer will make their home at the Western Hotel. Asheville Citizen. At the residence of the bride's mother, n Hillsboro, on Wednesday, July 23d, Mr. Thomas P. Rouse, of LaGrange, and Miss Lula H. Pell were united in mar riage. The ceremony was oerformed bv Rev. W. II. Puckett. The marriage was a quiet one, only a few special friends being present. The couDle cassed hrough this city yesterday afternoon en route for LaGrange, the home of the groom. Attention Knights. There will bo a called meeting of Cen tre Lodge, No. 3, K. of P., held in their Castle Hall, this (Thursday) evening. Important business will be transacted. By order of the lodge. W. W. Wilson, K. of R. and S. Galveston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia Savannah, JNew Orleans Mobile, Memphis, Augusta, .Louisville, at. Louis. Sale 14 600 '28' 28G Tone. Noni'l Steady Nom'l Firm Firm Firm Steady Firmer Noml Nom'l Nom Steady Nom'l Mk't 11 1-8 11 1-8 12 3-8 12 3-8 12 1-2 12 5-8 11 1-2 11 5-8 11 5- 16 11 1-2 11 3-8 12 0-0 11 1-2 liot- 413 290 2 7 323 Ex. 4 43 22 Pardoned. The Governor yesterday pardoned t man named Truett out of the peniten tiary. He was convicted of attempted criminal assault on a young girl at the spring term of Alleghany court, 1887, and sentenced to twelve years. The pardon was granted on a recom mendation of the Judge and Solicitor, and ou the statement that the girl and her father and mother did not wish him imprisoned any longer. The Iligsejt Yrt. Let everybody remember tho big Odd Fellows' Excursion that leaves this city for Richmond, August 13th. The train will leave Raleigh at 7.30 a. m., and stay in Richmond nearly a day and a half. Cars reservod specially for white people. I. O. O. F. Every member of Seaton Gales Ladze. No. 64, I. O. O. F.. is hereby notified to be present at our regular meeting "to night." Action upon the revised bv laws will be taken and other business of importance transacted. Thiem, Re 3. Sec. W. II. & R.S. TUCKER & CO. White Embroidered Skirts and 1 lounces. Fwvco ludi wm mase tnem good properiy 10 put away until next SDrintr even if you do not make thtm up this summer. Try them. Anyhow, ask to see them. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. . Pension lor Mrs. Freemout and Mrs. McClelian. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago. July 23.-Wheat opened dull; corn steady: oata opened steadv: nroviaiona active. Closings: WHEAT August 88, September Hdl4 ;t OllN-July 38q September 39g UAT8 July 32;Aucust 3034; S3eDtembe29 POKK Julv 11.20: Aueruat 10.25: Septem ber 10.05 . LARD August 5.77W: September 5.92V. 1U13S August 5.00; September 5.12, For Patronizing the Moseley House. 1 I am pleasantly located, near all that is of interest and on the main street, where all the elite of the city pass, and opposite the large dry goods house of v. H. 4 B. 8. Tucker & Co. 2 I find everything neat and clean at the Moseley House, and leel aa if at home, for they make me so. 3 1 find the Dining Hall for Ladies and Gentlemen well cared for and as pleasant as any seaside resort no flies, and the Rotating Fly Fans keep one cool and pleasant, while I can enjoy one of the good meals you can al ways get at the Moseley House for $50 cenis. 4 An enterprise that the travelling public should appreciate and patronize is the Mose ley House. (julyl7-tf PEACE INSTITUTE, Raleigh, N C The 54th year of this old school, its I8th year at Raleigh, begins September 3d, 1890. Pkofessor A. Baumann, who needs no commen dation anywhere in the South, will continue as Director of Music, and Miss E. G. Buck, whose repu tation is unsurpassed, will contin ue to preside over tne Art De partment. Every Teacher in the Faculty is a specialist in her department. Address: JAMES DINWIDDIE, M.A. (University of Virginia) Principal, d-w-tf Raleigh, N C, I IS THE POLITICIAN. New York Produce Market. FLOUR Closed steady: fine grades winter 2.002 30; Southern steady; trade and family extras 3.15(31.75. WHEAT Closed firm: No. 2 red cash 96 to July 97V. CJU.'iN Closed teadv; No 2 mixed cash 44; No. 2 mixed cash July 44. UATS Closed farm; No. 2 mixed Wes tern cash 39: do. July 45. ruiitt. Closed steady; mess 12.75(13.50. LARD Closed quiet Aug G.01. SUGAR Rehned steady; cut loaf and crush ed (; cubes 0; powdered 6 9-16. coijiEUi Closed steady; lair Kio car goes 19. Norris & Carter. Silk drapery nets in all the eveuinw . i i- a i j r - suHues ixi iu ceuis; lormer price fi, at JS orris & Carter's. St. Louis Produce Market. FLOUR Closed dull and weak : 2.50a2.G0; patents 5.00a5.15. WHEAT Closed lower; June 93 -2. CORN Closed easier; No. 2 red cash do. 44. OATS Closed steady No. 2 mixed 39 Augus 30 LAKL) Prime steam 5 3-4. PORK Standard mesa 12.50 : dry meat shoulders 5 l-4a5 5-8; longs 5 5-8a5 3-4; dribs ang short clear 5 3-4a6 00; bacon boxed shoulders 5 3-8; longs 5.80a5.8o; cribs 5.85a 5.90; clear 5.90a6.25. XXX 41 cash LEMON ELIXIR. A Pleasant Lemon Drink. For biliousness and consumption, take Lemon Elixir. For indigestion and foul stomach lase juemon jcnxir. Jb or sick ana nervous headaches, take Lemon Elixir. For sleeplessness and nervousness m&e Lemon Elixir For loss of appetite and debility, take Lemon Liixir. For fevers, chills and malaria, take Lemon Llixir. Dr. Mozley s Lemon Elixir will not fail you in any of the above named dis- Cincinnati Produce Market. PORK Regular pork 12.12ai2.25: familv 12 50 12.62 LARO ivettie-dried 66. BACON Short clear sides 5.90(3:5.95. WHISKEY Sales of 968 barrel tiniehfid goods on the basis of 110 per gallon for high wines. Nashville Produce Market. Nashville, Tenn., July 23. Wheat cloned firm; No. 2 red 92. Corn closed firm white milling 4b. By United Press. Washington, July 22. The Senate committee on pensions reported favora bly to-day the bill to pension the widows of General John O. Freemont and Gen eral George B. McClellan at the rate of $2,000 per annum each. Naval Stores. WtLMiyoTOS, N. C, July 23. Spirita tur pentine firm to-day. at 38 Rosin dull strained 1.05; good do. 1 10. Tar firm at 1.40, Crude Turpentine firm: hard 1 ah- H f . -i 11 li OQ TT-ixmn O KJS ' eafa, an ui wmcu arise irom a toroiaor )B11U" 1X1 v. '"v" dissAd livpr etnmanh v;,lr-. 1 CORN Firm. White 53; els yellow 50. Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, At lanta, (ia. ovc. ana si.uu tier tiotue. at rtrn?- ' gist'. fV Prominent Minister Writes. After tea years of great suffering from indigestion with great nervous prostration, biliousness, disordered kid- neys and constipation, j. uave ueen cured by Dr. Moziey's Lemon Elixir and am now a well man. Rev. O. C. Davis, Eld. M. E. Church, South, No. 23. Tatnall St., Atlanta, Ga. till octlst. Thur&Sun The Citv Cotton Market. Raleigh, In. C, July 235 p. M Good Jiiacuing HWnv strict Middiimr Xmi - - - . . 11 Middling iia?..,, Strict to Middling . i,fn Stains " . Market nominal with nothing doing Bric-a-Brac and Furniture Our salesmen are incf . e out several odd pieces ; of v close Bric-a-Brac. AefSlure and iwe and stylish Tarticies It . I Uy .cred W. H. & R Qleitl0 Prices. For ways that are dark a n a 4va vain the Politiciam is pHar ! Bu pol tins Am Trf toV4. ... " 1 uat we win aiscusa TO-DAY. ,-OUR LOW PRICES OUR LOW PRICES- ioui muro interest tn n While tha Old ta's Gone to Lunch. When do the clerks have the softest scar.? When the old man's eone to luur.li. When does the shiooiner clerk r.Hk v.ic nap ? When the old man's erone to lnnr.h. The head book-keeper he bats his ej-e, iue gnyiv aressea girls that go 'trip ping by, And the salesmen whistle and say "Ob, my !" While the old man's gone to lunch. CREAM LUNCH BISCUIT, The Perfection of Milk Biscuit -Delicate and Delicious. W. C. & A. B. STRONACH, GROCERS AND CANDY MANU FACTURERS, MANUFAC TURERS' AGENTS For Cream Luncli Biscuit. Tke office boy boldly smokes cigarettes While the old man's gone to lunch The cashiers talk of their poker debts While the old man's gone to lunch The elevator boy reads "The Pirate' Bride," Without attempting the book to hide T1ugh he keeps his olT-eye opened wide vv hue the old man's gone to lunch. For Lunch. -FINE ENGLISH BllAWN- are politics. NEW OOODR arnvmg every week, will m.ke ittovour dxcou lo inspect our stock. We are still filling orders lor fine grapes 111! II I mrmmmmMMMMMm mm I CLOTHIERS SHATTERS BURTON & TRAVIS, ) Halifax, N. C. ' Boneless Pigs' Feet, Pbime Roast Beef, Fresh Canned Tkii-e, 2 lb. cans 25c. Everything's humming. They're bust hi now, For the old n. ai's back from lunch; No jangling you hear about poker, I vow, Jb or the old man's back from lunch. I he head book-keeper acts as if in a church, The shipping clerk's brisk as a wren on a perch, And of smoking the office-boy shows not a smirch. For the old man's back from lunch. After Lunoh TIIE OLD MAN SMOKES A Londres Perfecto or Londreciio Customhouse Cigar, TT 1 . . xiaim-maue Dy Cuban Workmen- FRO 31 CLEAR IMPORTED TOBACC ROBERT O. BURTON, JR., Attorney at I.r 11th and Bank streets, Kichinond Ya n practice in the Courts in Richmond and rounding counties; in Halifax and Northamn ton counties, N. C; in the Supreme and F?S eral Courts in Raleigh, and wherever his tr' vices may be desired in Korth Carolina jnlyl3-tl uuna. MOUNT MITCHELL HOTEL " BlackMouutain v Half an hour's ride from AshevSe' u' C' , iron waters, earn, as Rockbrid J an V, an,d Va. Analysis lurnished upon S-df?rd' House newly furnished thXi.appllcatl0n $5.00 to $7,00 per weS? throu8hoat. Board julyl9-2m PRAGUE & MOORE, Proprietors. jnel5-2mo8 BAWLS BROS., Proprietors. HIJSIC TEACHI .Xs of Peace In. to pursue the studv n7H 8 anZ one desiring do so can bSheS -W wf communicating?th her . lmmeJt $e residence ?f MTrKI " terms- at Blount street clmton Crew, 537 North gu-tf au;SA HOUSE, Murphy, N. C. nSda fur demands of mcJaainV'SS,0 eet he comfort of heaut -seekers g6 and lor he W. C. & A. B. STRONACH, Maxufactcbers' Agents For Wallis I Co.'a Cstokse Cigar, TUE PERFECTION Of CIGARS. TRADK SUPPLIED AT MANUFAC TURERS' PRICES. mm mi. nti- Mfirp. fViar V.l- i .... claimed e ,tr -.f dollars in heirs in England Ktio itln the rightful land. Most oUh'et and In - States, and have bel SI f e m tLe Uni t J lish papers Th a,dvertiafctl for in Eu- 8eenPthPe:radvTe5urmnednats0f have D on your lather's nrru, If your anefnt. i any of the'above namher s 8ido came ro::i to write to E. Ross Fiirr.C0UQt5iea do not 227 Grand S . NewforV0 Claim,J A-tIiC-v are an heir w Jj'k an,d aacrtain if vou are yours bVliXXv ??cea8e1 ancestor's rihu tion of iSi"1 !h.law- .We have informa- cover thafofVr.rt tt" ne"" we will iJi you. JNo re re- recovery, no foe. BURLINGTON ACADEMY, BURLINGTON, N. C. of teMheeffSlS'14' 1890- Cor? ings. SJvBnd -ri d' mmodioua build- w w julyl8-lmdiw WILBUR B. ORMOND, Principal, Burlington, N. C. THE YARBORO HOUSE. B. B. RANEY. Prop'r. Raixmb. N. G. Itates, $2.50 per day. $i0.50 to $15 per week HOTEL FLORENCE. T. Q. Abbikton, Manager, Raleigh, N. C, W1 -XJSSK 1