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BTATm GHROmOUE, SUNDAY, JtTLY 37.
BALEIQH IN BRIEF. f.OOAL ffAPPISMNCS IN NI AUOUM) Till: CAl'IT. V, Short Items of News Gathered on the i'Iy by the Chronicle's Reporters. Four convicts were received at the petiiteetiary from Cumberland county yesterday. Very heavy rai"3 are reported at and around Newton, N. C. It is feared it may injure cotton and corn. Hev. Dr. J. J. Hall, of the Baptist Tabernacle, will continue his series of sermons to-night to the working people. The farmers' are now watching the rains with considerable solicitude. Two much wet weather will cause the cotton fruit to fall off. Wm. G. Hill Lodge of Masons will as semble in regular communication on to morrow (Monday) at 8:15 p. m. Visit ing brethren invited. THE CITY MILITARY. The Chronicle's Suggestion Already Putting Men on Mettle. A day or two since the Chronicle ex pressed its regret that Raleigh would not be represented in the State Guard encampment at Wiightsville, by the Governor's Guard. Only four men went down, and tbe Chronicle knows that an effort to got twenty or more men to go down did uot m i i it carry, xnis caused me uhronicle to say that it seemed that interest in mili tary matters in Raleigh was on the wane, and it suggested that if another com- any were organized, a generous, stimu ative,' rivalry might bo produced, and Raleigh would rejoice in two excellent companies. This suggestion has met with approval. In yesterday's News and Observer, Captain Bernard.of the Guard, has a card, in which he says: "In regard to his suggestion of a new company, we would bo glad to see one organized. And when the new organi zation is formed, the Governor's Guard will be delighted to meet them in friend ly contest and tho citizens of Raleigh can judge which is entitled to the palm of superiority." And so the rivalry has actually begun beforo the organization of another com pany. The Chronicle repoats what it has al ready said: "The Governor's Guard has a good en rollment of good material, and needs nothing in the world except a little stir ring up to be one of the very best com panies In tho State." The Chronicle has recorded with pe culiar pleasure and gratification all the successful visits made, and all the victories won by the Guard. It hopes to have the pleasure, and in fact antici pates tho pleasure of telling the public of more honors and victories won. No company has yet won from it the reputation of being the "crack compa ny" of the State, and it will be a lively company that will do it. Norris & Carter. The finest line of Laces to be found in the city, at less than half price. Norris & Carter. . RALEHiWS CENSUS. COMING AND GOING. Some of The Folks Yon Know and Their loinss. Mr. E. W. Pou, of Johnston county, is here. Miss Amanda Hani? has returned from a visit to Selma. Mr. P. C. Eaniss went down to More head City yesterday. R. T. Gray went down to Motehead yesterday afternoon. Dr. W. C. Lankford, of Wake Forest, spout yesterday in the city. Mr. Robert Strong went down to Wrightsville yesterday. Rev. J. P. Barrett went to Auburn yesterday to preach to-day. Miss Fannie Burkhead returned yester day from a visit to Chapel Hill. Judge Fred Phillips, of Tarboro, was . J ? . . -a on tue west uouna tram yesterday. Dr. Wm. R. Wood returned yesterday irom the eastern part or the State. Mr. Stark Batcherlor and Dr. Kemp Batchelor have gone to Cleveland bprings. Associate Justice Clark returned yes terday from Henderson where he attend ed the District Conference. Mr. Clem Manly and Mrs. Manly, of New Berne, passed through the city jes- leruay en route ror tne west. The address of Mr. S. J. Betts, for merly of this city, is No. 60, Conselyea oiretsi, crooKiyn, Xi. l., JN. i. Mr. A. H. Mitchell, of the Edenton fisherman and Farmer, was in the uhronicle office yesterday. Rev. A. R. Raven passed through yes terday for Clayton, returning from the xieuuerson district uonterence. Sheriff J. B. Smith, of Cumberland was in the city yesterday. He says that the Democrats will carry Cumberland certainly. CROP BULLETIN THAT ALBEMARLE AND EIGII ROAD. RAL propose People Still Talkinp About It A Plan "" ast broad and glorio?'nethiii. toFimIOuts;i.v of,M i. Some people of tho city I v- satisfied with the estimate of Raleigh's census, claiming it to be more than stated. There were nearly 10,000 people in tho corporate limits in 1880,and the estimate for 1890 gives only 10,500. Nobody has made a count to see how near this is to the actual number, but a very observant business gentleman said something about it yesterday. Ho said that he knew of more than two hundred houses which had been built in the city since 1880. This of course does not include all the houses built, but only those which he can name and point out himself. He is the owner of many of the housos in Raleigh, is interested in all real estate and building operations, and bis statements are solid. He says that from four to six people live in all these houses, and that most of them had moved into the city within the last decade. Besides, there isjthe natu ral increase which certainly could not fall short of a thousand, and these two factors of the addition to the population would make it quite 12,000; perhaps more. 4 The Chronicle again affirms that manv people and many houses were overlooked by the enumerators. It would be very interesting to know how many there are. There is a way to find out, if the citizens will give the matter A little attention. Lot every person whose house, or who himself, was overlooked by the enumer ators sond their names and the number of their housos to the Chronicle on a postal card. Of course now, unless the citizons shall take up this proposition, it will amount to nothing; but if tljey will take it up and tell each other about it and get interested in it, it may develop a plan by whioh the population may be accurately arrived at. - Langley Bros., manufacturers of Ladios and Gents' Underwear. Fine lJresa Shirts to order a Specialty. 174 King street, Charleston, S. C. Weather Report. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 83; minimum temperature 68: rain fall 0.72 inches. Local forecast for Raleigh and vicinity lor to-day: Fair, slightly warmer, but probably cloudy all day. Monday, fair, decidedly warmer. Rates to the North Carolina fitate Fanners' Alliance at Asheville. The Richmond & Danville railroad will sell parties attending the North Carolina State Farmers' Alliance at Asheville, N. 0., tickets to that point aod return at the following rates from infuW18 Jamed ticket3 Q sale Aug. 10th to 13th inclusive, good returning until and inoluding Aug. 19th. From Charlotte i.50, Greensboro nUriSi6'2o5', Raleih 6 9. Selma WitiotAn.QalAm K Ki ' ff idowu-utuvui ViUVi Kates fro: proportion. People Said It Would Come Anyhow- Cut It Has Been Five Years Cominc --And "Ain't Here Yit." A very prominent railroad man told the Chronicle yesterday that his opinion was, if the Atlantic Coast Lino could get the right of way and a depot site at any thing like a reasonable price in Raleigh, ic would be very likely to extend the Albemarle and Raleigh branch into this city. Another gentleman here has received a letter from the president of the Atlan tic Coast Line, statine that ha a proposition to ioin in tho hnikli nor rit the new union depot here, but that the wuuiuons imposed by the other lii:es were such that the Atln.nt.in rinnct t w could not accept them. e uaieigh people have been nuietly sit ting still makine rut ia Al , .... o w ovuuic this addition to Raleigh's rnilrnnrl fo. cilities. Thev have hP ATI CQ-witlrr (lint the road is coming here anyway its no use for us to do anything." Thev "ecu saying uuil nve or six Years. In the earnest but ungrammatieal lan guage of a man who was talking about it yesterday, "the road ain't hero yet." It is currently reported that Hendei' son is about to offer the Atlantic Coast Line $10,000 to carry the A. . , to that town. Wrx-'r , ' i oranch What vir- ' of this lfiml is adopted, WfmWuS prize. The Chronicle does not suggest that Raleigh make a subscription to t byroad tu ionise ii io come nere. There are other things that can be done by Ral eigh which would prove as advantageous and attractive as subscriptions from oth er places. What is needed is that a meeting be held to discuss tho matter, or that it be vigorously considered by the chamber of commerce. It's no useto say that Raleigh does not need this line. The Chronicle as serts that she needs everything that she can get now, and she had better reach for something quick. If that road should be completed to Raleigh, this city would be nearer to tidewater than any town around which an abundance of furniture and manu facturing timbers grow such as oak, ash, pine, hickory, poplar, &c ; and with this outlet for easy shipping by water, what's to prevent the establish ment of factories here on a big scale? You need not hope to see all the ad vantages the road would bring by these mere suggestions. But think about it a little, and they will appear. Business men of Raleigh, are you alive to your interests? The Grape Fair. Tho exhibit of grapes that should go from Wake county to the State Fair at Mount Holly, should be such as will do credit to this section. Wake County Horticultural Society has decided to make an exhibit, and every member should contribute to the display. All who will do so should deliver their pack ages to the express office by 8 a m Tuesday next, marked to "North Caro lina State Horticultural Society, Mount Holly, N. C, with name of contributor, and letter of advice as above. The Demorest Medal Contest. TheDemorest medal contest, which will be held in the Sunday school room of .Ldenton street Methodist church next Tuesday night, will be under the super vision of Mrs. L. Little. It will be de lightfully interesting, and will be vorated by all who shall be there. NO BOYCOTT. Kansas Democrai in Mass Meeting Oppose the Proposition. (By United Press.) Kansas City, Mo., July 2C At a mass meeting of Democrats last night resolutions were adoptod opposing the passage of the federal election bill now pending in Congress, and denouncing the attempt to pass the bill as a deliberate blow at the libarties of the people and their inalienable right to elect their own representatives. Of all the midsummer weeks, this will be the merriest, for our Extra Summer riuston-Salem 5.50. ' intwi V Cda4uuauie QI7 goods will lUtoifromlntonneaiatepointstaBamo htuit h hoT ' ynt mindfrom the JUCKimmon, Moseley & McGee. Of the N. C, Experiment Station For the Week Ending Saturday, July 2Gth, 18'JO. The reports of correspondents of the Weekly Weather Crop Bulletin, issued by tbe North Carolina Experiment Sta tion and Strife Weather Service, co-operating with the United States Signal Service, show that tho weather during the week, ending Saturday. Juiv 20, 1890, has been generally cloudy, damp ana unusually cool over th whiiln State The temperature ranged very low the tnuru weth, me njgnest being bo de grees at Wadesboro on the 20th, and tho luwvkl utKit:t..s uu u;e zoa at vveiaon, again lower than has ever been recorded here in July. The rainfall ha3 been above tho average. The first genera' heavv rain nc.mrrpA there can hardly be any localities where i i i .i , . , mo bun uds uoi ueen uiorougnJy soaKeu. The low temperature and heavy rain has injured cotton to some extent, although a: . , a vcij iuw ui&uouragiag reports have been received. The normal rainfall for each week of July is 1.30 inches: the average this week is more than an inch above the normal. The following are some of the heaviest rains reported, which do not include the general rain of the 25th: Soutbport, Brunswick county 5.85 inches (of which 5.00 inches fell in one night); Wilmington, New Hanover uuuuLjr a.vv -EjuzaoucQ uicy, rasquo- vi;j v. AW, U1UOUU ULUtlVU) Richmond county 2 50; Raleigh, Wake nnmi tr OOi.Oll T- i wuulj 6.i; oausuury, rtowan county 2.41; Mt. Pleasant, Cabarrus county 2.28; Hickory, Catawba county 5.30; jho, uasiou eounty 4.0. iso seri ous damage, however, has been reported S T A V . 4. i.1 A. - 1 1 cAuepu tuai some low land crops nave been washed by overflowing streams in the Western District. Warmer weather and plenty of sunshine are now needed. Next week will probably be fair with higher temperature and will counteract a T-Vrv 4- U A - -fV i. I! ' 1 - I I picocub uitu eiieccoi weainer onconon Other crops have improved. Like con ditions prevailed in the Eastern, Central and Western Districts during the week. Norris fc Carter. Thompson's Glove fitting Corsets 75c. ; frrmer price $1 25. Norris & Carter's. , Cut His Throat Accidentia. The Danlinrv TJpnnrfor rnVne- on on J 'wx uvi ' V O titLl. ILK; count of a young farmer named Jack Hicks, living near that, nln Of Trim Trranf into the bushes bv the road sirlp fn nnf a switch. Ho stirred un a hornets' and in fiffhtin? thpm wifh tiiQ nn knife in his hand stuck the blade in his neck and came near bleeding to death uerore assistance arrived. SPECIAL NOTICES. Have your fine Dross fihirta mdn ' rv . w ULUV W measure by Lanoley Bros., Charleston, S. O. Is there an emnrm-nnv for a a-.mmr.r. dress ? Don't let habit or persuasion lead you else where, before you seo what AiCKlilMON, MoSEliEY & M-1 A --Lin s- Expert steiiO?ra:)hriii'-' " Three years' cxnor wanta a position CITY CHURCHES 10-DAY. Services will be held in our eity churches to-day as follows: EPISCOPAL. Church of the Good Shepherd. Eighth Sunday after Trinity. Sunday and sermon at 11 a. m. iiiven- inof nr.'ivfr and sermon at 8:30 P. m Services" during the week: Wednesday nnd Rriflnv nt. Ifta m Alllspflls frGC Polite ushers. All cordially invited to attend. Christ Church. Rev. M. M. Marshall, D. D., Rector. Eighth Sunday after Trinity. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Divine service and sermon at 11 a. m. Evening prayer at 6 p. m. route ushers. All cordi ally invited. Baptist Tabernacle. Rev. J. J. HAiiL, D. D., Pastor Sunday School at 9:00 a. m. N. B. Broughton, Superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pastor Subject at 11 ociock: --jx wreat oearcn. dud- and the Working Man." All cordially Central 3Iethodist Church. Rev. L. L. Nash, D. D., Pastor. Snnrlftv-snliool n.f. flrlfi a. m. R CI Bedford, Superintendent. Preaching i t 3 O I?- 1 1 . ul xi a. m. anu 0:10 p. in., oy me pas tor. A cordial welcome to all. Seats free. Polite ushers. Brooklyn M. E. .Church. Rev. J. D. Pegram, Pastor. Sunday school at 3. p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.. and 8:00 p. m. by the pas tor, Rev. J. D. Pegram. All are cor dially invited to attend. 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 8:30 p. m. The public cordially invited to attend all services. BAPTIST. First Baptist Church. Rev. J. W. Carter, D. D., Pastor. Sunday school at 9.20 a. m., T. H. Briggs, Superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 r). m . bv thn naatnr Strangers in the city and the pub lic cordially invited to attend all these services. CHRISTIAN. Christian Church. Rev. J. L. Foster, Pastor. Sundav school at, 9 -SO. , j v w v ua j iL.avu mgatSp. m. by Rev. J. P. Barrett, D. u. BtJivicea u.l 11 a. m. ST. SCHO o THE WORLD'S C0MMEKCE. erente. AddrB -ence. r'lrst-ciass ret i.-osensf - -'ess Joe T. Watts, Jr , .... v f 4 "T 1 1 KT -m i-aieigu, in. u. jyi; Norris Ar Carler. One lot of Parasol?, $3.00; former price 7.50. One lot of Parasols, 1.00; former price 8-i. 00. Xoriiiis & Carter's. lying there, the record .oOf- "0 13 WlUUlJfi, M.A. ssion. us (University of Virginia) Principal, Liverpool has been equally quiet, and u-w-tr Raleigh, N. C. We understand that the "Raleigh Ma chinery Agency" are selling a great many engines, boilers, saw-mills, cotton gins and presses, &c. They guarantee tho best quality of machinery at the lowest prices. Wayne Allcott, mana ger, has his office at T. W. Blake's jew elry store. . There is a considerable demand for fine varieties of grapes. Yesterday Messrs. Whiting recived orders for five pound baskets, two of them from Waynesville White Sulphur Springs. They are get ting up quite a reputation for fine grape, both at home and abroad, and are daily filling orders for the same. A Live 31 an Wanted. New York, July 25. Meters. Hub bard, Price & Company, in their cotton circular to-ticht dull characteristic Saturday market opening at about 3 points advance on tuc- uusmons mis side ot January and session closes at about last nights' price. Crop accounts continue generally favorable. Tiie Chronicle of this morning reports the crops as having made satisfactory progress during the past week. Transactions in futures to-day were 44,000 bales Futures closed steady as follows: July 1 a 2028 August 11 SG-U7 September 10 98 J9 October....... 10 G5 6G j JSoveiubor....- 10 50-81 I December 10 5081 January 10 555(5 February 10 5Qco ilarch 10 62 Gl In Liverpool spot cotton steady; middlings uplands G 3-8; sale 5,000 bales. Cotton. HARTS RALEIGH, Tiie Advent Term of the Session of 'OO and begin September 11th. For Catalogue, address THE liw-,.,. BEX&ETT SMEDES,A, )r july.3-2m . JiAUJc THE PERFECT SUfrlfrlER RESOft I M Vll-VllUlWIli 111 UI Y, Ultll X UVfJJLla . and bathing- suits as at seashores. ft HOTEL RATES : . gi5 0o ,nWlftn , COTT4.GE BOARD : - - . . K.Mto 8?2 'nol7, WHAT OnV IfnWI.Pfinvj. " " 'Mf L- v 11.1 KJx JL O circie 01 tuese oeautiiul mountains, and I can co k ; AHt.lTrlAP.l9TA tlmt nmr1inA A Is , V.UI,slS . .lUHucio iu uk v nun nave i iom.,r ??Ler0V?,0rrest?,l.8pot tl,an eo springs. ',a the Gem of the Mountain). Tnnlr ... "u has no superiors. May it continue to prosper -h; health and stvAiio.ii ori vnaf i . i' ,B1,t5r sUi? " xssu 3 biUK rill (I VOniV i hefltify.m0re abundaut eiUoyment io the rot T A VIT n HEALTHIEST PLACE IR1 AMERICA POLLY-TICKS. GOOD REASON For Patronizing the Moseley House. 1 I am pleasantly located, near all that is ... lUD uiiu Btreec, wnere an the exite of the city pass, and opposite the hirge dry goods house of W. H. & R. s. xneker Sc Oo 2 1 find everything neat and clean at the Moseley House, and leel aa if at home, lor they make me so. 3 1 find the Dining Hall for Ladies and lientlGPien woll oar&A for onI o a i r i any seaside resort - no flies, and the Rotating i)ly it ans keep one cool and pleasant, while I can enjoy one of the good meals yon canal ways get at the Moseley House for $50 cents. 4 An entprnri , .iicn mo uaruiiui" UUUilG ShOUld annroia.t.n anrt notmiti ; i. ir ley House. fiulvl7-tf INSTITUTE, Raleigh, N. C. heThyear of this W school, its I8th year at Raleigh, begins September 3d, 1890. Professor A. JtfAUMANN, 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 the Art Da partmknt. Every Teacher the faculty is a special in her department. Atj'esJ: ' Howdv. howdv. hoirflvV HOW is vonr wif un.J h. . J .iw. i HWV Jirp Vr.l A n 1 I. il . luj a.un iiowis me Daoj too. EVAPORATED CREAM --EVAPORATED CHEAM',- A perfect and Natural Food for infan!- more readily digested than dairv MILK. A A DELICACY For Coffee, Fruits, Deserts, Ice Crea: s Highlaiul Brand Evapora. tea cream, The manager of the Southern Farmer desires to employ a live canvasser for the paper. To the right man, we offer liberal inducements and permanent em ployment. Address, P. C. Enniss, Business Manager Southern Farmer, jly23-eodlw Raleigh, N. C. VV. II. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. Carpets! Carpets! "We are ready to show in our carpet department 10,000 yards in the newest designs, best colors and at prices never before known to equal our new arrivals. Wo invite everyone to come to see our great display of carpets. W. II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. . The Low Rates will Surprise You. The Grand United Order of Odd Fel lows will run the mammoth Richmond Excursion on August 13th. Fare, round trip, is only $2.50. The managers have made arrange ments with the Odd Fellows of Ri?h- mon4,toJun an excursion from Rich mond to Washington, D. C. Rates low. For further information apply to Warren G. Alston, Raleigh j25 sun. wed. to aug. 13. A $10,000 Stock of Jewelrv to J Select from ought to enable Almost any one to be suited. Tho finest arrav of Pins You have seen ; also Rings, Breastpins, Bracelets, and Buttons In the greatest profusion, and The most perfect and lovely Patterns, all of which will Wear well and give you Entire satisfaction, At Swindell's. City. Sale Tone. Mk't Ret- Ex. Galveston, 37 Nom'l 10 1-8 12 Norfolk, 14 Steady 11 7-8 66 2561 Baltimore, Nom'l 12 1-i Boston, Firm 12 3-8 Wilmington, .... Firm 11 1-2 Philadelphia Firm 12 5-8 Savannah, 6 Steady 11 1-2 38 72S New Orleans Firm 11 1-16 66 127 Mobile, Noml 11 5-16 4 Memphis, Nom'l 11 1-2 9 Augusta, 122 No m 11 3-8 2 Liouiaville, Steady 12 0-0 St. Louia, Nom'l 111-2 6 "2 Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, July 26.r-Wheat opened firm; corn and oata opened firm; pork steady aid lirin. Closings: WHEAT July 91Jtf Aug 92, Sept 94 1-8 t ORN-Aug 4-4 1-2; September 43 , OATS July 32; September 31 POltK August 11.50; September 11 05 LARD July August 6.00; September 615 RIBS August 3.15 Sept 5.155.30. New York Produce Market. FLOUR Closed firm; fine grades winter 2.002.75; Southern steady; trade and family extras 3.254.25. J WHEATClosed steady; No. 2 red cash 104 t do July 97. ,o.lTN"cl08ed 8tron;S No 2 mixed cash 43; No. 2 mixed cash July 48. OATS Closed ttrong; No. 2 mixed Wea. tern cash 40; do. July 40. PORK Closed firm; mesa 12.5013.0. LARD -Closed firm Aug 6.15. uooU- SUGAR Refined active; cut loaf and crush ed 6; cubes 6; powdered 7. auucruen" COFFEE- Closed firm; '?air car Itio goes Ljpfy, XXX St. Louis Produce Market. FLOUR Closed dnll and wr ak 2.50a2.60: natenta S firtaR is WHEAT Closed lower; Juno 93 -2 CORN Closed easier; No. 2 red cash 44V do. 44. LAUD Prime steam 5 3-4. PORK Standard mess 12.50 ; dry meat shoulders 5 l-4a5 5-8; longs 5 5-8a5 3-4; cribs ang short clear 5 3-laG.OO; bacon-boxed wSSiliStig?" 5-80a5-85; crib8 Cincinnati Produce Market. wfmjr1 pork12-2612-27; famiiy LARD Kettle-dried 66. Ji T81'68, 0 759 barrels finished goods on the basis ot 110 per gallon lor high Naval Stores. WrLirrsGTON, N. C, July 25. Snirita tnr pontine firm to-day. at 38 BosX d?n" strained 1.05; good do. 1 10 Tar rl!f at 1.40 Crude Terpentine firS; har" ?S?. yellow dip 2.35; virgin 2.50 '"ttlu a-&, CORN-Firm. White 53; yellow 50. The City Cottnn Market. Good Middling J luaiVKx Strict Middling . Sll11 Middling ...... K Strict to Middling".'." ll Stains ii'liii Market nominal with nothing doing X THE POLITICIAN. vam the Politician is peculiar ! But noli tics are not what we will disculs TO-DAY. -OUR LOW PRICES-. -OUR LOW PRICES--are of more interest to yog than politics NEW GOODS arriving every week, we will make it to vmir interest to inspect on? stock. 7 Ur We are etill filling orders for fine grapes CLOTHIERS SHATTERS Endorsed by tho At.dical Fraternity. muiu bUiTLJD AT MANUFAC TURERS' PRICES. -By- W. C. & A. B. STROXACIr. GROCERS AND CANDY MAM FACTURERS, RALEIGH, N. C. kan Baptist Female Instilute, MURFREESBORO, N. C. Parents and guardians will do well to note the following tacts: The Institute was located at Murfreeshoro m preference to many other very de8irable places because of its celebrity for health n the history of the school fj, demonstrates the wisdom -The beauty of the location is not surpassed ll ?r0lina' donnitorie?Tre reformshed and carpeted last summer. 0arf 6 f in8ta m extensive as the demands of the public will allow. Only the best and most experienced The fall session begins on Wednesday, September 10th. addes?086 0r tional information, JO. B. BREWER, ri-mr-m-. - WHOLESALE PRICE tG 50 per case of 43 cases, $1.75 cts. j er I-MPEB1AL "GfiASUM, CO CO THE GREAT MEDIS1NAL FOOD FOII IN FANTa, INVALIDS AND CHIL DREN, From personal knowlcdgo and use of IMPERIAL GltANUM. WE, W. C. & A. B. STRONAUfi Believe Imperial Grannm to be best of all Infant Food. TRADE SUPPLIED AT IMPORTED PRICES. Cream Lunch Biscuit, juiyi4-dAwGw Stop at Hotel Merriam I The best in the World-Delicate and Delicious. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Larrabee's Cream Lunch. W. C. & A. B. STRONACH, Makufactubeiis' Agexts MUSIC TEACHING. otUnte?offersLAKD'lato ot Peace In to pnrsne the stnr1Ce8 anZ dt-ni.? to do so can eiSnyhf usic- Thoae wi.b.nc communicatinlith W 8tud mediat--!yi the residence of Mr ?ras to terms, Ac, at Blount street Clmton Crow. 537 North Jne2Q-tf HENKESA HOUSE, Murphy, C. niSed a?"0.,8 been dnandT0i?S,arcd to meht ti ? comfort of health-eeekew gG' &nd lor tU' BURLINGTON AC ABE3I V, BURLINGTON, N. C. or to meet the dO,?. WILBUR B. ORMOND, iTiMni,. Principal, XAKBOUO HOUSE. B. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raleioh, N. C. U&t68' 12 50 P day. $io.50 to $15 per week At Depot. Lat in A-EL FLORENCE BEST ACCOMMODATIONS T-O. AnmxoTox, Manager, Charcea Steamers and Cars leave tho tt' f Booa with taeals at Yarhnm it J. E. MERnrf e7ry day:! per davftin m"?Sr House, $2.00