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STATE CHKOKTOLE, TUESDAY, JULY 29.
HOW HAPPY WE gllOULU JJE t Oh If t he new dpot were? done " How haipy we should be If n t could nee the work beg jn. How happv we ehovM be:. If an auditorium couM b-3 raised, And the man who.dld ic could be praised. And Raleigh's progress Tridelv blazed, I Jllow happy we should be. If butchers would not acil spoilt meat, How happy we should be; If they'd make that market fresh and sweet. How happy we should be If every part of the town were bright, With the brilliant glare of electric light. And tko Light Co. and the town wouldn't light, How happy we should be. If the A. and R. railroad could come, How happy we should be; And "fogies" go to their last, long home. How happy we should be; If the candidates would keep less fus, - If politics were't in such a muss, nviuu uappcu tU IUUK.e US lik.AJL A IX Ail iJ.iljl-.k-l JL I LOCAL i AIIOU. AND trtsras il) TIJX CAPITAL. "121 CENSUS If things "mug M How happy we should be. If girls wouldn't wear their brothers' 'owdacious" girls wouldn't snirts, Howjhappy we should be; If they wouldn't be such lltrte. How happy we should be; If a paper could tell some things it spies, And not be accused of telling lies. If telling some truth wasn't such a sur prise, How happy we should be. If the Governor's Guard would take its stand, How happy we should be. If Raleigh had a splendid cornet band, How happy we should be; If the people would hump themselves a spell. Go to work and build a big hotel, If we'd do what we ought, and do it well, How happy we should be. If people wouldn't talk of where they'd been, How happy we should be; If they wouldn't tell things they'd done (?) and Been (?) How happy we shonld be; If people wouldn't tell so dern much views, But would give the Editor lots of news, And save him walking and save him shoes, How happy we should be. m m COMING AND GOING. Some of The Folks You Know and Their Doings. Dr. Kemp P. Battle is stopping in the city. Mr. John M. Wyatt left yesterday for Asheyillo. Mr. Tho3. T. nay went down to More head yesterday. Mr. D. T. Swindell came up yesterday from Morehead. Mr. Jack Duncan has returned from Cleveland Springs. Mr. Jno. Y. MacRae has returned from Buffalo Springs. Mrs. R. R. Bridgers has returned from a visit to Durham. Mr. H. M. Cowan returned yesterday from Connelly's Springs. Mr. E. 0. Hackney, of the Durham Ikoorder, was hero yesterday. Mrs. R. H. Davis and little danghier Eula have returned from a visit to Jones boro. Miss Annie Busbee roturnod yesterday from a visit to the western part of the State. Judge E. T. Boykiu arrived in the city yesterday afternoon, aud is at the Yar boro. Mrs. V. B. Swepsoa returned to tho city yesterday, acoompaniod by Miss Nannio womaok. t Mrs. Rev. G. T. Simmon?, formerly of ' mia cny, now oi isaitimore, is in the city, visiting friends. Miss Sudie Cain and Miss Gammon, of Durham, wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Bridgers yesterday. Miss Sallie Borden, of Goldsboro, i3 here on a visit, and is accompanied by Mr. B. Bydnor Jerman's little child. Mrs. W. n. Bagley and Misses Belle and Ethel Bagley and Masters Henry and David returned to tho city yester day from Wilmington. Mr. Jno. T. Davis, a former Raleigh boy, now of Richmond, is spending a few days visiting friends and relatives in Raleigh and vicinity. Col. A. B. Andrews, Messrs. Will Andrews and M. T. Leach, and Drs. Jno. Hawkins, Jas. Hawkins, Sanday Hawkins and Dr. Jas. McKee all went down to Morehead yesterday in Col. Andrews' private car to spend a few days. Jb0 ilminBtn Messenger says: Col. Tnos. W. Strange, of the Governor's staff, entertained quite a brilliant party of gentlemen and ladies on Friday night at the Island Beach Hotel, at the Ham mocks. A magnificent supper was serv ed, and the occasion was greatly enjoy ed. Mrs. Strange assisted the Colonel in the social amenities, and the follow n.woro their sTuosts: Governor Fowle Adjutant General James D. Glenn, Capt. Bonnehan Cameron, Dr. Hubert Hay wood, Mrs. Goorge W. Kidder, Mrs. W. o .?bt' Misa Eliza Potter and Miss oallio Potter. Short Itci.ti of y.cw fy hy the Chivnlch The DecK-rot modal contort will oc cur in the Sunday school room of Edeu ton street church to-night. A i iv severe windstorm almost a cy clone is reported to have swept over the Ore Hill section, Chatham county. last week, doing considerable damage to crops and timber. President Thompson, of the chamber of commerce is making up a report to submit to the next annual meeting. It will review the progressive past, and wil suggest some very live and important things ror tne future. Look at the excellent statement of the Raleigh Savings Bank in this issue There are over one thousand people with money in ims oanK. early one math of the present city population according to last report. The meetings held each night at the union Mission are of an interesting j rt i .... . O nature, onort testimonies are given, then an earnest appeal is made to any present who are unsaved, to choose Christ as their savior. DeeD and crow ing interest is being manifested in the meetings. The Chronicle was glad to hear prominent business man and farmer say yesterday that people were getting scared too quick about the rain so far as the cotton crops were concerned. Ho said no aamage nad been done there yet. A prominent grape grower said that the ram was damaging the grapes consider wjr, nuu Lua,t two or luree more rainv ujb wuum rum me grape crops Mayor Thompson says that this thing ui i-uiuwiug meion rinds ironi kitcheni and houses into the streets must be stop peu. it is a violation of the city ordi nances, and tho parties who do this are suDject to damages. The street force is not sufficient to go over the entire city D,clJ UttJ W gamer up tne rinds, and when they are souring and rotting they are dangerous to health. This ordinance is not intended to be enforced around the city market. ring a COL. POLK TO SPEAK TO-DAY. Col. L. L. Polk, President of the Na tional Farmers' Alliance and Laborers' Union, will speak in Metropolitan Hall today at two o'clock, lie will deal with the yery important and interesting issues of the hour, and should be heard bv everybody. J COUNTERFEITER CAPTURED. Serjeant Lewellcn Scoops Him in After Some Good Work. Sergeant Lewellen, o! the Raleigh police force, closed up a very nice pieco of detective work yesterday by tho cap- wllliamsoS, JSS?" Damed J Williamson has been doing some re markab ly clever work lately in the way of counterfeiting silver dollars, and haa boon successful in passing them off in groat profusion. Sergeant Lewellen has had wind of ino counterfeit money for some time but owing to the scant and meagre clews no gpt "onto," he was obliged to work i!iwIf Sd "'olly. Ho worked them for all they wero worth, however, and ESS?? 1 h 5?n hi? maQ down cap tured him. His nefarious headquarters are located on Neuse river. U(iUdriers Williamson had a hearing before com missioner Purnell, and failing to gve bond, was sent on to court. CON- UKJiUCRriC COUNTY VENTION. Tho Wako County Democratic Con vention to nominato connty officers, will bo held in Raleigh on Saturday An gnat the 16th at 12 o'clockm 7' Primaries in each township in the oounty and ward in the city w ill be held Z 8a,tnay' AoU8fc 9th elect dele gfttoa to the county convention. ABOUT THE MEATS. What Mayor Thompson Says About the Market Regulations and the Meat In spector. Mayor Thompson writes the Chronicle as follows: Refering to your observations in Sat urday's paper, I will be obliged if you will print the following ordinance: Sec. 12. No unwholesome, stale, ema ciated, blown, stuffed, tainted, putrid or uiuttsijr meat, usn, Dircm or fowl, or any fruit, vegetable, milk, and nothing for human food not being then healthy, fresh, sound, wholesome, fit and safe for such use; nor anv animal nr fid, w died of disoaso or accident ;and no carcass vi any can, pig or lamb, which, at tho nuit it was Killed, was less than four weeks old, nnd no meat tnerc- iroui, snail to oiougat or allowed within uie iimus ot ir,e city of Efik'V: meat, fish; birds, fowl, fruit, veUbie milk or articles of human food as ma v be exposed for sale, or as mav b f.nnH in the possession or under the control of any person, hrm or corporation in the city of Raleigh, may bo seized by the board of health or any officer or servant thereof, and shall, upon view of the health officor, mayor or chief of police be destroyed. Any person violating any of tho provisions of this section shall upon conviction, bo fined twenty -five dollars. J Mr. W. H. Weatherspoon, in whom I have the fullest confidence, and for whom I have no hesitation in guarantee ing a faithful and efficient discharge of any duty entrusted to him, is the custo dirn of the market and inspector of everything offered therein, and while it is possible that he may overlook spoiled meat occasionally, the fact that very rarely any complaint is lodged in this office is proof that he discharges his du ties faithfully and efficiently. Very respectfully, A. A. Thompson, Mayor. A PROBABLE SUICIDE. Capt. Henry Richards Found Drowned in Eno River. Advice was received here yesterday stating that Capt. Henry Richards had been found dead in Eno River, near Hillsboro, where he lived, and that the probabilities were that he had commit ted suicide by drowning. v,1886-!.611173011 yars oll and had been failing in health for two years. un oaturaay afternoon he left his house for a walk, and went toward the river. He did not return when expect ed, and parties went to look for him. Near the river they found his cane stick ing in the ground with his hat hanging on it, and after a search his body was found in the stream. Mr. Richards was very generally re spected and beloved by everybody who knew him. He was a man of sterling worth and was aDDreeiat.Ari na o fA and neighbor. " " "iOUU He was the father-in-law of Mr. Louis 1. Brown of this city. A Depraved Woman. A very handsome young white woman was brought here last week and put in the penitentiary by Sheriff Rowe, of Ca tawba. She has a very bad record. The Greensboro Patriot says she is Mrs. M. i.. Sigmon, who stole her husband's money and eloped to Georgia with Noah Robinson, a aegro. They married in Georgia and settled down to housekeep- S?Jn Grnville. s- 0., where they were overtaken and brought back to fhisWwndtriedin the SuViorcour? The woman was convicted of bteamv ZteDSit0 tW ?ears thegpenf. to the P-itentiar Kcffons.s to ti.e Chronicle's PiCi.ofeititMi by the Citizens. On Sur.!ay the C.-.'onicle, rote to ISaJeigVs cors, aborted that many persons ;uU hoi..-..s .iai t-ctu skh pod by tho cetious eouuior-itoi't:, and conse quently the reports as to the population were short of what the population really was. The Chronicle invited all the citizens who had been skipped by the enumer ators to send tbeir names to this office on a postal card, with a view to finding out just what kind of woik had been done The responses have uot been numer ous, but enough has coma in to show great carelessness, and many more re sponses are sure to follow. Mr. if. II. Hughes, of the Western union Telegraph, says: "My house was overlooked by enumer ator nave six in ramily Air. r. (J. Hardie says: "Enumerator not seen at my house." Reports are also received to the effect that the Branson boarding house, the xjtie Doaramg nouse, and the house o Mr. if. j. Dutnn were overlooked. inese last three houses are all on the principal street of the city. .wow citizens, this is a start in this matter. Let's find out how this work has been done, if possible. Let's rrr K Ann f...U ' J? . 1 t wuuau lauit it is, ir possiDie. L.et every body tell everybody else that this effort is being made, and let's see to it that everybody who has been skipped shall be reported. Send names and number of house on a postal card to tho Chronicle Kates G. A. R. Encampment, Bos ton, 7ftass. will A. R. En- tickefcs to The Richmond & Danvilla, R. R eeil parties attending the G. oamnmcnt at Boston, JVIas?., -!it point a ad mum at the rb;ior.-ing lates from KaV:;h, v'a. Washington, N.-v,' York and all rail,S2i:10; via. Wash ington. iNew York and Sound, $20.10. Tickets on sale August 7th and 8th, good returning until August 25th, 1890. Upon application to ticket agent in Eos ton, these tickets may be extended and made good for continuous trip return ing on or before September 30th, 1S90. THE SOLDIERS' HOME. A Contribution From LewistonBer lie Appreciates her Duty to the Maimed Soldiers. The Chronicle yesterday received the following communication : Enclosed find $7.67, net proceeds of a lawn party given by ladies of Lewiston, which you will hand to the proper au thorities of the proposed Soldiers' Home. Our community is indebted for a very pleasant evening to Misses Ella Lewis and Maggie Hardy, through whose ex ertions the entertainment was gotten up. The smallness of the sum realized does not denote the size of the party, as it was made self-sustaining. Bertie appreciates her duty to the maimed veterans, and her daughters will exert themselves in common with tho noble women of the State in psfah- lishing a home in accordance with the honor of North Carolina. You mav ex- pect another and larger contribution at an early date. THE REPUBLICAN CLANS. They will Soon Call for the Gathering. The State Republican executive oom- mitte will meet in this city next Wed nesday. Mr. J. B. Eaves is exnentpd tn arrive in the city to-day. SPECIAL, NOTICES. Norris Ac Carter. Great bargains are beinc efford i Dress Goods Department; 46-inch Hen riettas 75c : former nrice 4r,-irmh Lenntttas COc : former uriefiSl.no. Noun is & Carter. . Faleign's Progressive Firm. ME WOKLD'S COMMENCE. New York, July 28. Messrs. Hub bard, Price & Company, in their cotton circular to-night say : "The anx iety displayed to cover July caused the autumu deliveries to advance, and the p.losinrr of the market was firm at the best prices of the day with a general feeling thst until the new crop is moved freely to market the demand for spin ners will fully sustain present prices. Receipts for the day will be aboat one thousand bales. The spot market is quiet at 1-8 advance in quotations, mid land up-lands 12 3-8, sales 72 bales There have been sold during the past week, and not before reported! for spin ning, 1893 bales; for export, 6287; total, 8180. Exports on Saturday last, 3,000 bales. Transactions in futures to-day were 27,000 bales Futures closed dull, but firmer in tone with an advance of 4 points, July and August 6 points, on September 1 to 3 points, on tho rest of the months as follows : July 12 3789 August 2 03 September 11 0708 October 10 6970 November; 10 51 December.' 10 5135 January io 5960 February in fU fi5 March 10 G7 68 In Liverpool cotton 6 11-16 higher: middlings uplands 6 3-8; sale 7,000 bales. Cotton. City. Galveston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia Savannah, INew Orleans Mobile, Memphis, Augusta, Louisville, St. Louis. Sale 11 122 Tone. Nom'l Steady Nom'l Firm Firm Firm Steady Firm Noml Nom'l No m Steady Nom'l, Mk't 11 1-8 11 7-8 12 1-4 12 3-8 11 5-8 12 5-8 11 1-2 11 1-16 11 5-16 11 1-2 11 3-8 12 0-0 11 1-2 Ret- 66 I 421 65 57 3 Ex. 118 675 Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, July 26.-Wheat opened A higher corn and oats opened firm; pork steady and 11X111. Closings: W,SEAT-July 92 AuS 93. 8ept 95 1-8 LOUIS -Aug 44 7-8; September 46 OATS-July 35; Aug 33; Sept 3 -August 12.75: An? 11.60 XArt. POllK- LA11D Aug. 6.123; KIIiH Ancrnsfc 5 991. --- "n - v y-2 September Sept 5.49. ts- 11.40 7K30 p.mroo-,h dry il. A: K. S. so lil 0 The enterprising and goods ofitaUishmcnt of lacier (V., , oulr b-. V? i L ,1. i ouum iuu .nds mauo a bieax at the Northern houses. They keep, like Stern, xUtinan and others, a man whose en tire duty it is to attend to the adver tising, and consequently their busi ness has grown more than 40 per cent since this method has been established Their advertising man is now in New ork City, to better perfect himself as an advertising man, and is accompanied uy uutj oi me stocK men of the woolen dress goods department, who is also uiere looKing into the latest fashions for the coming Fall. This firm keeps up in every respect with this progressive age. Baltimore Produce Market. COTTON Noml. Middling 12K. FLOUlt Closed factive: adv'erf FTmmrrt h and Western superfine 2.2522 75 r rtn oo 3.10 4.10; do. do. family 4.404.;90 city mills no brands extra 5.005-2o; winter wheat patent 5005.30; spring do. do. 5.0005 .40 do. do. straight 5.50(5 70; do. do. extra 4.00 i.OU. rEEfT8outnern Quiet; and higher; Fultz IrifyJS; Longberrv 93(791 : Rtefimflr Nn 9 90V; Western spot weak; No. 2 winter relfcpot t5 July 96X. ii Houtnern nom'l and tirm white 51(350 v-t,-tvru nn- ;vixed pot -i. o.-.tH1 iictivo an. ivauir. 41-47; dc do. uiixod i'i lo. do. mixed 47. btili'; Houuiorn Western white graded Xo. Watch Sprin Climax, Dr. Gilbert's, Dr. Warner's Health, Our Health, The Racket and sevaral others are the names of some new corsets we have just received. uw0? J?fc we meQtion specially the ''Watch Spring" corset. This is some thing new, and we do not doubt that it will be the most popular corset we have had. Instead of being stayed with whale bone or some other breakable ma terial, it is stayed with steels like those used m watch springs, from which fact they take their name. We give you a guarantee with every one of these, and it they do not give entire satisfaction we are instructed by the factory to refund the money. We get only $1.25 for this corset and it will last yo u longer and wear with more ease and comfort than any corset you ever paid $1.75 for. This is our leader and we do not hesitate to say that it is the most perfect and durable corset we have ever seen. We have all grades of corsets and we get verv littlo money for any of them y At Swindell's. 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, takfi Lemon Elixir. ' mKe takeVm?nPEUxT , For fevers, Lemon Elixir. Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir will not fail you in any of the above named dis eases, all of which arise fftm a torpid or diseased liver, stomach, kidneys or bow- lanPGad bj DR' H Mozley' At 50c. and $1.00 per-bottle, at drug gist. A Prominent Minister Writes. frnt!tGf ears of 8reat suffering DroSrSgKTn Wlth great nervo prostration, biliousness, disordered kid neys and constipation I have been cured by Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir ami am now a well man. m. O. O. Davis, xr ?ldVM- E' Church South, till Jl?29i TatnaU St Atianta, Ga. till octlst. Thnrisun chills and malaria, take VWAil yellow OATS C! and re:.a:- do," 2 shite 48: iiYh quiet; choice 5653; prime 527.11 PIIOYISIONS-Closed steady; new mtsa pork old 12.75; new 13.50; bulk meats, loose shouldera 5; long clear Gand clear rife sides C; suerar shouldet-s c. on.,.. j ,rcr. . u BU"i"uerH o; nams, small 12K; large ll.U. LAUD lieflned 7. m,fvEECl08ed 8tea3y;fair Bio COPPER Kofined active at 15. WHISKEY Firm at 1.1C1.17. cargoes 6 3-8. New York Produce Market. fAu"-Vl0.8ed strong; fine trradea winter extS ?r?fo, etady; trade and family K?E9ATriClose.d'firm and wher, epot sales nnlvedTint!r c?h m do July 99 ailVr-v;:!6. ed caeh OATS-Closed firm; No.) 1 44; No 2 mix ETlie.filledactlTe; cu loaf and crush edrS&ea6X; Powdered 7. aCrU8b x xlc- uiosea nrm : fair goes 19. ' Iair car llio XXX St. Louis Produce Market. 9 a?FnB9loeed dnI1 and weak: J.50a2.60: natents n i c do 4?. Cl086d ea8xer5 No' 2 re cash 44 f1AT r-ii . 2 mixed" Jiii vn el6& 0' 1 te 44; No PoSlm,e 8eam 5 3-4. Cincinnati Produce Market. laaiwr" POrkl2-26.37; family LARD Kettle-d hftrrola WHISKEY-Sales goods on the baB, of iTn I..eia nnished wines. MOf sanon tor high Naval Stores. Wilmington, N. O., Julv 2a pentine firm to-day. at y p pi-nta Jtur grained 1.05; good do fin dullI at 1.45, Crude Taxmentinfi Til0' uT&l firm vv-rinu. Wfiite 53; yellow 50. The Citv Cotton Market. Good MiddGHC-'J2-6.M. .. UK 11 Market nominal with noihing dotol?11 Strict "Middling Strict to Middling Lama City Produce Markpt Reported for the Btate r vjlworBj GeeBe, 25 to 40c lurkeva. in. Chickens, 15 to 32 l-2c ;KgH, 10 to 11c fork. c Hams, 11 to 12 l-2c White peas, bush. 1.35 lilack and clay do. 1.20 C. Cut Berrirg, (, . 16,50 Bbl. Gross " 2,50 Bbl. Mullets, 3,00 Bbl Hoe Herring, 13,00 1-2 Bbl. pumioes, 60c Dried peaches.peeledf; Dried peache8 Jn?-ll peeled, o- DnedapplestolSlb Juried damsons. I0c lh Dried blackberries S Dried whortleber. '80 ries, lf. Havperhun. 5 "hit; :: 9otol Wheat straw, !aq Broom straw,' 2c bSa! ST. HARTS SCHOOL; RALEIGH, Psi 0 of Catalogue, Tho AdvpiitTAri?? of the Session begin September iltb. Foi july'3-2m 'J)0 and '9j THE RKCTOK BENNETT SMEDES, A. 3r, KALElGIi, V THE PERFECT SUPvlEVZER RESO MOUNTAIN PARK HOTKl 2ST. O. Bracing mountain air, beautiful scenery, liealtli pleasure, home comforts and an unexcelled table, bin' iard room, bowling alley, shooting gallery, tennis i well-equipped livery, ball room, music, swimming poj and bathing suits as at seashores. HOTEL RATES : - 815.00 to S21.00 Per WeoL COTT1GE BOARD: ... - $8.00 to $1 2.00 Per Week WHAT GOV. FOWLE SAYS: "eek. Hot Springs, Sept. 29 1889. "In 1 860 I was a visi tor at this delightful spot. For twenty-nine years tin" recollections of that visit were constantly in my mimi Again it has been my good fortune to visit w ithin tho circle of these beautiful mountains, and I can consist ently declare that nowhere in America have I found 1 sweeter or more restful spot than these springs It u the Gem of the Mountains. In air, baths and waters i t has no superiors. May it continue to prosper, jrivimr health and strength and rest to the sick and wearv. anil gddiS mre abundant enjoyment 10 the robust and DAN 'I G. FOWLE HEALTHIEST PLACE Iftl AMERICA. GOOD REASON 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 tho large dry goods house of W. H. & R. 8. Tucker & Co. 2 1 find everything neat and clean at the Moseley House, and ieel as if at home, for o x una tne jjinmg Hall for Ladies and uenue?ien weu cared for and as pleasant as auy aeasme resort - no flies, and the Kotatin ly Fans keep one cool and pleasant, while uh enjoy one or tne good meals you canal ways get at the Moseley House for $50 cents. 4 An enterprise that the travelling public should appreciate and patronize is the Mose- luymmse. (julyl7-tf Report of llis Condition I OF I THE RALEIGH SAVINGS BANK AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JULY 18th, 1890. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts ?i iry! 7 Overdrafts ' 'SoS Bonds and Stocks .. qo Z cn Due from Banks 7oS'rr Gffice Furniture and safe." ' 'eoo m Expense Account 7 Cash and cash items 1 769 12 $115,090.68 LIABILITIES. Capital stock i nnn nn Surplus Fund I'a&'m Other Profits " 4'- Premium Account " ' o"X7 UeP8it V..7.V. 93) $ 115,090.68 I. John T. Pnll ih07 4-i7u t0,"c1i uu soiemiy swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. JOIINT. PULLEN, Cashier, Raleigh Savings Bank. Ralkigh, N. O. HubecriLfd and rtv..,rn -u0 v()(1rA tn .;. , 0-, .uv, 1 i:.! ,JIU d ay ol" - " 1890. w. T. womht; Correct Attest : Notary Public. G. ROSENTHAL, W. O. STRONACH, JULIUS LEWIS. TICKS. Howdy, howdy, howdy'e do, How is your wife and how arc vou And how is the baby too. ' EVAPORATED CREAM EVAPORATED CREAM, perfect and Natural Food for infants, more readily digested than dairy MILK. A A DELICACY For Coffee, Fruits, Deserts, Ico Cream Highland iTrd Evapora ted Cream, Endorsed by the Medical Fraternity. TRADE SUPPLIED AT MANUFAC TURERS' PRICES. -By- W. C. & A. B. STRONACH. 1 T t . nujsus AJVD CANDY FACTUREHS, RALEIGH, N. O. MANU. WHOLESALE PRICE G.50per ease of easew, (I. IMPERIAL 75 ct.i. jkt dozen. THE POLITICIAN. tica are not whaftefl 1 TO-DAY. rH5 L0W prices --OUR LOW PRICES are of more interest to you than politics. N W arrmng every weei, we w, make w inspect our stool We are still fiihng ordera for grapes .j THE (JHEA7' ?.!i.'n.,-Tv.. A.N TS, INVALIDS AND CU1L DUEN, From personal kedgo and no f IMPERIAL GBANUM. WE, W. C. &A. B. STRONAGHL Believe Imperial Granum to bo "eat or all Infant Food tho TRADE SUPPLIED AT IMPORTED PRICES. Cream Lunch Biscuit, The best in tho World-Delicate and Delicious. A8K YOUIl GROCER FOR Inrrabee'g Cream UiucU. W. C 4 A, B. STRONACH, M4SUH0TDEEH3" Aoexts rr CLOTHIERS SAHrrSfiS MUSIC TEACHING. to purine thi Ai6? anZ. one desiring to ao no can begm their .tnd086 wiahI commnnicatin.i!1 ,tudy immediatfiWK therewdence ofiirciM ? .. Blount street. Wlwn Crew, 637 North jneao-tf ";kesa house; Murphy, jr. c. demands of inorfaSK SS?,ffd to eet the comfort ot health and ior the BOARD REASONABLE. HENNESA, Prop'r. BURLINGTON ACADEMY BURLINGTON, N. C. ' gs. Boys and SrU J'rSimni0dl0U8 build or to meel tbSJ. WILBUR B. ORMbND, iulylS-lmdiw B52, julyl8-2m mi h h 3 Female Uhk MURPREESBORO, N. C. manaa of the public will allow. The fall session begins on Wednesday, September IOth. or additional information, O. B. BREWER, Jplyi4Awnw PRESIDENT. stop at Hotel Merriam I M Depot. Largest in City. ; BEST ACCOMMODATIONS. Charges Very Moderate. Steamers and Cars leave the Hotel everyday E MEIUUAM, Proprietor, y Washikoxon, N. C.