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STATE OHKOJSICLE, "THURSDAY, JULY 31.
- - .j - i J tn r iitt mt.- g ran ' -ml 11 I BALEIQH IN BBIEF. i. uw. ii.vrrr.MNtis ir a AKOUNU Till: CAPITAL. COMING AND GOING. Know snd SOMETHING ELSE. Short Items of News Gathered on the Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. Tho timo for holding the convention of colored people- in this city has been from August l'Jtb to August 26th. Mayor Thompson yesterday commit tod a negro man named Wilborn lige to jail on a charge of chicken stealing. The work of leveling and extending and grading tho side- walk in front of the government building-begun yester day. Tho W. C. T. U. will meet this after noon at tho residence of Mrs. J. W. Car ter, cornor of Salisbury and Edcnton streets at 5 o'clock. There will bo a meeting of the Independ ent Hoso Keel company to-night at S:dO o'clock. Business of importance. By order of tho foreman. A subscriber writing from Oakdale, N. (I. savs: Tho Chronicle ia "a Rem of iMirnst. nv flfireno." Ran! for the 'Chronicle and Democracy !" Tho Ralcich ice factory was sold yes rrdav at tmblic auction, and was bid in bv New York parties for four thousand dollars. It will be furbished up, and will continuo operations. A nrominent railroad man of this city Im nnt.horitv for aavinc that tho Albe- marlo and Raleich road would bo ex trindnd to this citv inside of fifteen months. Let her come. Mr. 11. C. Beckwith, Secretary of the Stato Democratic Executive Committee, renuests that the Democratic papers o tho Stato send copies of tho paper to the V I i ... 11 . -Sj. i oiiico oi too commnioo m mis cuy, iu ordor that a list of nominations and committees mav be kent un with. Ad dress, box 112. A genuino natural curiosity, and one whicu is attracting mucu attention acre is a twin water melon, which is on ex hibition at Wyatt k Taylor's, on Martin street. It was raised on tho farm oi Mr. J. I Wyatt, of tho firm, and may be seen by all callers. Mr. Wyatt has had tho melon vami$hod, and hopes to pie servo it for a long time. A proposition was made yesterday to to have a gamo of base-ball for tho ben efit of tho Soldiers' Home. It is pro posed that somo Wilmington street men pick out nino men on that street who havo never played a gamo, and that a FayoUoville street man shall do the same thing on that street. Then thoy will go to Athletic park, call tho gamo at five o'clock and play till dark. Tho Triennial Cantonment of Patri archs Militant, I. O. O. F., which will bo held in Chicago next week, promises to bo tho largest and most imposing demonstration ever mado by any frater nal organization in America. Tho Mili tants constitute tho military branch of tho Odd Fellows, and correspond to the Knights Templar in Masonry. Charles M, Busbce, Esq., Deputy Grand Sire, loaves for Chicago this afternoon to at tend tho Cantonment, and will bo ac companied by Misses Helen Fowlo and Margio Iiusbee. They will bo tho guests of Governor Underwood while in Chicago. GAS NO GOOD. Sunn- of The Folks You Their Doings. Mr. W. II. Wetmoro is Jiere. Miss Hunter Davis is visiting in Golds- boro. Mr. J. N. Williamson, of Graham, is in the city. Itev. J. W. Wellons arrived in the city yesterday. Dr. J. A. Sexton is here from Fort l'ayne, Ala. Mr. Jno. II. Sharp, of Wilmington, is at the Yarboro. Prof. James Dinwiddie went up to Greensboro yesterday. Tho Misses Hoke, of Lincolnton, are registered at the Yarboro. Miss Flora Creech has gone to Hen derson nlle on a pleasure visit. Mrs. Ed H. Lee came up from More- head City yesterday afternoon. Senator E. W. Kerr, of - . . i -i county, arrived in tho city yesteraay. Mr w. TT. Worth has cone to Mt. west-from Electricity is the Thin- to Illuminate A City. A Chronicle man was caught in tho collar yestorday by ono of tho boat and most prominont business mon in this town who said : 'Look hore; I havo scon a suggestion Bomowhero I think it was in your pa perthat it would bo a good thing if all tho oloctric lights wero collected nearer togothor in tho contro of tho city, and lot tho suburbs bo lighted by gas. That's tho biggost foolod thing I've heard you all say or do. Light this town with ga3 1 Why man,. this is a city a booming, growing, progressive city. rou aro all tho timo saying this, and yet you go to talking about gaa for city lights. Why, if you should go to ono of those booming southern or wes torn littlo towns and offer to give them gas illumination thoy wouldn't have it. They'd laugh at you. Now, we aro not going back to gas. Surely not. We can't afford it. You are right in saying we noed moro light, but we want tho right kind. I expect tho "light expense" is about as hoavy as tho city can bear under existing circumstances, but tho circumstancos ought to bo changed. Haloigh cught to own aud control her systom of lights. I believe wo pay out Bomoming nice f a,7UU a yoar for lights. That's big intorost on more than $50,000. Don't you know we could have a maKnifi- cont systom of lighting if wo had a plant that cost that much money. It seems that wo have lots to learn yet. Holly to attend the annual grape fair. Dr. James McKee and Mr. Ed. 0. Smith have returned from Morehead. Miss Furnell returned yesterday from a visit to the western part of the State. Miss Una Bailey who has been visiting friends in Nashville, returned yesterday. Col. F. A. Olds has returned from the State Guard encampment at Wrights ville. Prof. W. A. Withers has gone to his home in Davidson county to spond a fow days. Misses Hattio Cicech and Florence MoMackin have gone to Marion to visit friends. Mrs. Senator Vanco was on tho bound train vesterday en routo Morehead home. Mrs. D. W. Bain, Miss Addie Bain arid Miss Susie Timberlake left yester day for Ashevillo. Mr. Reuben Haywood who has been here for somo days left yesterday after noon for Washington. Miss Lina McDonald, who has been spending some time ia this city, left yes terday for Concord. Miss Maude Aymette, of New Berne, passed through the city yesterday en routo for Chapel Hill. Messrs. Thos. Settle, of Rockingham county, and Z. V. Walscr, of Davidson, wero hero yesterday. Mr. Ham Justice, of Charlotte, was on the evening train yesterday en routo from Morehead to Chapel Hill. Miss Maggie Merrimon, who ha3 been at Morehead for some time, came up yesterday and passed on to visit in the western part of tho State. Prof. Jacob Ascanius George, of the University of Maryland, is in tho city and is arranging to give a lecture on an interesting subject. Rev. W. L. Curtis and wife, who sail tor Japan in September to enter upon missionary work, aud Ernest H. Curtis, from Michigan University, are visiting their parents, Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Cur tis, corner of East Morgan aud Blood worth streets. A isanfic Show Window at the Tucker Establishment An Interest ing Note or Two. That big, progressive firm, W. H. and R. S. Tucker & Co., are always doing' something. They c;;iTt keep still. They couldn't if they wanted to; for their tre mendous and increasing business partly forces them aud partly encourages them to bo adding new features to their al ready immensely attractive establish ment. The latest thing is a tremendous show window. It is 8x18 feet, and is ono of the largest, if not the very largest show window in the south. It is nearly twenty feet high, and is big enough to hold an ordinary stock of ury goods. In a few days this window will be made such an attraction as is rarely seen in business houses in this country. Of nnnrse the main end will be to disDlav Sampson ejeurant and attractive goods, but there will be other features. Mr. Boylan, of the firm, yesterday told a Chronicle man that they iutended to have living figures in the vmdow. They will inaugurate the novelty of hav ing games and parties in the window, and the boys and girls participating in tho sanies and parties will wear fash- ionable and handsomely made costumes, very appropriate to anything that may be illustrated m tne way of social gatn erings or evening parties. It will be im agined Irom this that taht window is go ing to prove to be a novel and attractive aftair. This Tucker establishment is a big in stitution. Home people do not begin to roalige its general popularity and the ex- leni oi its ousmess ramincations. While talking about it the Reporter, Mr. Boylan incidentally remarked that the retail business had increased forty per cent in the last six months. "How did you bring that about," oueried the Reporter. "This part of the year is regarded as the dull season business is generally supposed to fall off and here you are talking about an im mense inoreaso." "How," said Mr. Boylan; "we did by advertising. We have had what people want, and wo havo been letting them know it through your paper and other papers. That's the secret of tho whole affair. This is tho dull season, but it hasn't been dull with us, and we know that tho advertising we have done has kept us busy; and I'll tell you that we are going to keep on advertising. That's our best investment." "We keep a man here whose sole business is to know what is in stook and to tell the public about it through our locals and advertisements. Ho does nothing else and we find his services The Mount Holly Fair. (Charlotte Chronicle.) The fair was formerly opened yester day and the crowd has begun to gather. Sample? of the manufactures of the South, from North Carolina, Tennessee and Mississippi are on exhibition, lhe atier's exhibit .consists of over four iundred different samples of woven fa- ones, yarns :um mpf i. i'" landles or makes dry goous, can auoiu o pass this exhibit. Commissioner Robinson, and President ulliflflv and Professor Alassev, Oi iuo Agricultural College, are present, and opened tho Farmers' Institute yesterday. ST. BABTi RALEIGH H00L, IL The Advent Term of the Session of '90 and '9i beo-in RcDteiEiber i 1th. For Catalogue, address THE RECTOR BENNETT SMEDES, A. Mf jnly.3-2m KALKIGFT, N. c Mil An interesting sc-Bsion may be expected. THE PERFECT SUMMER RESORT MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL ' HOT SPRINGS, 3ST. O. TVrnn.ino' irmiintiiin air. beautiful sceuerv. lmniti. THE WORLD'S COMMERCE, pleasure, home comforts and an unexcelled table, hm iarci room, oownng aiiey, suooun jjanery, tennis a well-equipped livery, ball room, music, swimming p0o' and bathing suits as at seasliores. HOTEL KATES : - $15. OO to $21.00 Per Week COTT4GE BOARD: - $8.00 to 1 2.00 Per Week WHAT GOV. FOWLE SAYS: Hot Springs, Sept. 2, 1889. "In 18G0 I was avis,. tor at tnis aeiigntiui spoc. uor twenty-nine years tin New York, July 30. -Messrs. Hub- bard, Price & Uompany, in tneir coUon circular to-night say : "A sharp break in the price of July was the feat ure of the day's transactions brought about by the offerings of those wno naa EXnW recollections of that visit were constantly in my miiui. er? however, were made by the holders Again it has been my good fortune to visit w ithin the nf snot, for all deliveries they had sold, circle of these beautiful mountains, and I can consist. v-. - - - - . 1 This decline carried a small break in Anenst and elearinsr weather iu the At . ..... i ently declare that nowiiere in America have I found a sweeter or more restful snot than these snrintr. Tf , lantic slopo brought selling orders from the Gem Gf tho Mountains. In air, baths and waters it thl0on;, nnrf, t.riav fciWa lias no superiors. May it continue to prosper, giving health and strength and rest to the sick and weary, ami adding a more abundant enjoyment to tho robust and healthy." DAIS'L G. FOWLE. HEALTHIEST PLACE IN AMERICA. Receipts at our ports today estimated at 400 bales against 835 last week. The spot market is easy at 1-8 decline in quotations. Middling uplands 12 5-16. No sales have been reported. Receipts thus far this week aro 6,000 biles. Transactions in futures, 34,000 bales. Futures closed one to seven points lower as follows: July 12 23-25 August 11 98-99 September 11 03 Oi October 10 6768 Novemberf 10 52-53 Deoojnbor 10 52-53 January 10 5758 PebruarvJ 10 61 G3 March 10 61 (55 In Liverpool spot cotton closed steady middling uplands, sales 8,000 bales. Cotton. WANTED. An Assistant Book Keeper, between tho agca ot thiitoen and seventeen yeai'a. Apply at THIS OFFICE. tf. SI:.MARY?S SEMINARY. City. Sale Tone. Mk't lict- Galveston, .... Nom'l 11 1-8 20 Norfolk, .... Steady 11 7-8 14 Baltimore, Nom'l 12 1-4 Boston, .... Firm 121-2 21 Wilmington, ....Firm 111-2 1 Philadelphia Firm 12 5-8 Savannah, 17 Steady 11 9-1C 7 New Orleans 750 Firm 11 3-4 8 Mobile, . . . Noml 11 5-1G .... Memphis, . . Nom'l 11 1-2 9 Augusta, 3 Steadv 11 3-8 Louisville, Steady 12 0-0 St. Louis, 1 Nom'l 11 10 Ex. 1404 SELECT, BOARDING and day SCHOOL. The exercises of this Institution will be re sumod on Monday, Sept. 1st, 1890. Terms mado known on application to Sisters of Mercy, Charlotte, N. C. one w d'ly GOOD REASON A RAD CUT IN THE HEAD. A Thievish Negro Plunges a Knife Into 31 r. 31. F. King's Face. Yesterday morning a negro named Alf. Woods severely cut Mr. M. F. King in tho face. The trouble arose from tho following circumstances: Somotimo ago Mr. King and Mr. C. G. Whiting were engaged in tho mercantile business in Fort Payno, Ala. One day Woods wont into the store and looked at some valises. He went awav. but came back afterwards and asked permission to take a valise homo to seo if it would prove largo enough for his purposes. Ho said ho would bring the valise back, or oring tne money tor it: Messrs. whiting and king didn't see the valise nor the negro anv moro in Fort Payne. He skipped. i esterday Mr. King saw the negro on tho streets here, and at once tackled him about the matter. Woods said he had paid for tho valise, and Mr. King asked the negro to go around to Whiting irotner8 store to taiK with Mr. Whiting about it. When Woods confronted Mr. Whiting he had a different tale to tell, and said that the clerk in tho store had given him the valise, and that he had papers to show this to be true. OE course neither gentleman took anv stock in tho neero's statements, and air. ivine began to cive him a A Pleasant Party. A very dolightful given last night by lan avenue social party was Mr. and Mrs. J. Uowan Rogcrs.at their residence on Boy- rnn avenuo, compnmontary to tho Misses Dickson, of Wako Forest Col- lcgo, who aro the guests of Mrs. Hoc ors. A number of invited friends wero prosent and tho ovcuing proved to bo ono of as olegant pleasure asono's wishes could demand. immensely valuable. He is taking his vacation now, but when ho comes back he will tell the people some mighty interesting things through the GiiROiN icle." 'Wo have already attracted an im mense "shopping by mail" business, and wo get numerous orders from Danville, Richmond, Lynchburg, and Petersburg, Va., Wilmin-tou, New Berne, Goldsbo ro, Durham, Henderson, Oxford and a hundred other towns in this State; Col umbia, S. C, and I don't know how many more places. We havo shown tho people that we can supply them with anything they want as easily and always as cheaply sometimes cheaper than northorn retail houses, and they are sending in their mail orders to us right along." Tho Tucker establishment is the only ono in this State, and there are few dry goods houses in the southern country that havo a special advertising depart ment, and that have adopted the system which has proven so advantageous to this firm. The great moral of tho whole thing is that ADVERTISING PAYS. THE DE3IOCRATIC COUNTY CON VENTION. The Wake County Democratic Con vention to nominate county officers, will be held in Raleigh on Saturday, August the 16th at 12 o'clock m. Primaries iu each township in the county and ward in tho city will be held on Saturday, August 9th, to elect dele gates to tho county convention. SPECIAL NOTICES. What Have Ave Got ? Wo have got a 15c. Towell for 8c., all linen. We have got some 25c. Gloves for 13c. a pair. We have got a big lot of 10c. Lace Handkerchiefs for,5c. ITT- 1 l . . . e nave got moro uorsets tnan any- Baitimore Produce 3Iarket. COTTON nominal, Middling 1212. FLOUlt Active and firm; Iloward Street, and Western superfine 2.252.75 ; do. extra 3.10 1.10; do. do. family 4.101.;90 city mills rio brauda extra 5.005.25; winter wheat patent 5)05.30; spring do. do. 5.005.10; do. do. straight 5.G05 70; do. do. extra 4.00 4.30. WHEAT Southern Steady Fultz 90(396; Longberry 916597; steamer Ko. 2 red 93; Western weak No. 2 winter red epot anil July 93. OOliN Southern nominal, whito 5558; yel low5151; Western dull, mixed spot and Ju ly 19K- OATS Closed very firm, ungraded South ern and Penuajlvaiua 41($17; do. Western whito4748; do. do. . mixed 4o47; gradod No. 2 white 13; do. do. mixed 17. liYfl Nominally firm ehoiee 5G58; l'HO VISIONS Closed active and firm mess pork, old 12.25; new 13.?0; bulk meats, looao shoulders 5; long clear G) clear rib Bides G; sugar shoulders 8G; sugar cured smoked shoulders 7; hams, small 12K18; large UU4- LAUD - lleanod 7. COFFEE Closed steady; fair Rio cargoes SUGAlt Closed unsettled; granulated G3-8. COPPER Kefined active and scarce at 15. WHISKEY Fairly active at 1.1C1.17. For Patronizing the 3Ioseley House. 1 I am pleasantly located, near all that is of iuterest and on the main street, where all tho elite of the city pass, and opposite the largo dry goods house of W. 11. & It. S. Tuckor & Co. 2 I find everything neat and clean at the Moseley Houao, and feel as if at home, for they make mc so. 3 1 find tho Dining Hall for Ladioa and Gentlemen well cared for and as pleasant as any seaside resort no flies, and the Rotating j;iy iana Keep one cool and pleasant, while 1 can enjoy one of the good meals you can al ways get at the Moseley House for $50 cents. 4 An enterprise that tho travelling public should appreciate and patronize is the Mose ley House. (julyl7-tf Cincinnati Produce Market. PORK Regular pork 12.12W12.35; family 12 2512.37. LAUD Kettle-dried G6. BACON-Short clear sides 6.25630. WHISKEY Salos S31barrois finishod goods on tho basis of 112 per gallon for high wines. lashing. He and the negro started out VJ7ugt1' f and when they got to the door. Mr. , wl havo got tho most complete Jew- Whiting who Remained at the desk saw 7.3? ment m T eigr , HU the negro strike Mr. King in the face! gGnyuthmg yo7n m Je?elc7 the Woods had a knife in his hand and this J?L1ng hoe DeI blow laid Mr. King's face open from the ? t ihl3fcltyVand wo havo Sot temple almost to the jaw. Mr. King i08 Pnff. fo soes1- , , , than mRnrt.pfl in tho na rf hia oilr vve nae got the best selected stock of he avo rhaTnos U1hl?g iQ Wake connty. W CJ if UUV Slj Weather Report. Wasiiinoton, D. C, July 20. For Virginia ana North Carolina: Fair woathcr, except showers on tho coast Bouthwcstorly winds; warmer. Raleigh yestorday: Maximum temper- iuuto oo; minimum icmporaturo 07; rain fall 0.00 inches. Ix)cal forecast for Raleigh and vicinity for to-day: Fair woathcr; warinor; south west wind. Skipped Uy the Enumerators. Mr. Ooorgo II. Glass, of tho Southorn Bell Telephone company, of Raleigh, says: 4 'Appreciating your effort to obtain in formation regarding the corroctnoss of our city population, I desiro to state that no enumerator has called at my office; bo you cau conut on throo he did not ohanco to got." Died. In Auburn, Wako county, yesterday morning, at 8:i5 o'clock, of a congestivo chill, Mrs. J. E. Watts, wifo of Mr. Samuel Watts, aged 118 years. Tho funeral will take placo this afternoon, after tho arrival of tho train from Raloigh. over the head; but the head was too much for tho stick, and the negro didn't go down. He broke and run, but was afterwards captured and is now in the lock-up waiting to see if he can explain the valise business satisfactorily to May or Thompson. Census Returns. (Wilson Mirror.) Through the efforts of tho genial and obliging A. V. Rowland, who recently saw Goncral Supervisor Ilawkins of this district and obtained the information, wo aro enabled to publish the following census returns: Wilson 2,815; Wilson Township 5,771; Toisnot 480; Goldsboro 4,093; Henderson 4,201; Oxford 2,950. Nineteen and Weighs Forty. Greensboro Workman. Thoroaro human oddities scattered about all over the country. Poople nev er find out how many there aro without they become a consus enumerator, book agent, or engage in some business that necessitates their visiting tho homes of the people. There is a girl in tho neigh- uuruuou or neasani warden in her 19th foul stomach, nervousness, We have got a complete White Onnds Department. We have got an idea of doing the best business this fall ever done in Raleigh, At Swindell's. LEMON ELIXIR. A Pleasant Lemon Drink. For biliousness and consumption, take -uemoii jiaixir. For indigestion and take Lemon Elixir. n t t . uor sick ana nervous headaches, tako Liomon Elixir. For sleeplessness and tako Lemon Elixir. For loss of appetite and debility, tako uimon Elixir. For fevers, chills and malaria, take ijemoQ Elixir. ur. Moziey'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- Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, At lanta, Ga. 50c. and $1.00 per bottle, at drug- X Prominent Minister Writes. After ten years of great sutierih luuiUUStlUU W II II (rrpar nnj-i- w n - uvi iuu?i ebo is of a family most of which are above nevs and Ldl!, iTi?. mo average in size. The name of this girl isHattie Ross. When about two years old she became atllicted with rheu matism and has never recovered. Her limbs are drawn out of shape and seem hardly anythmg but skin and bono. uuv a auu constipation I hav Kann cured by Dr. Moziey's Lemon Elixir and xux uuw a wen man. Rev. O. C. Davis, Eld. M. E. Church, South. ii ??28' Tatna11 Sfc' Atlnta, Ga. till octlst. Thur&Sun Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, July 30.r-Wheat opened firm and higher; corn opened strong and 1 cent higher, oata opened loss active and steady, provis ions higher. Closings: WHEAT Aug 91- Sept 93. COltN Juiy-45 Aug. 456 September 45 OATS-July U Aug 33; Sept 33K. POllK July August 12.25; Kept. 11.30. LAUD Aug. C.02 September G.17K. 1UBS August 5.15 Sept 5.27. Fine Luscious&rapes. The demand for nice grapos continue good uu wu aro now prepared to Ml orders lor 5 lb baskets, assorted, of tho following fine va rieties: Delaware, Duches, Diana, Wyoming Red, Empire Stato, Niagara, Amber Queen Lady, Lindley, Golden, Dlack Eagle, Brigh ton, Salem, Eaton, Moore's Diamond Pock lington, Agawan etc., etc. ' A BASKET OF THESE , make as protty a sight as you ever laid your j eyes on in the way of GRAPES. Some of these varieties are soiling as high as a dollar a basket in the Northern markets. 51b BASKET, ASSORTED, DOcts. POLLY-TICKS. Ilowdy, howdy, howdy 'o do, . How is your wifo aud how aro yon, And how is the baby too. EVAPORATED CREAM, EVAPORATED OREAM, A perfect and Natural Food for infants, moro readily digested than dairy MILK. A A DELICACY For Coffee, Fruits, Deserts, Ice Cream &c, &c., o Highland Brand Evapora ted Cream, Endorsed by tho Medical Fraternity. TRADE SUPPLIED AT MANUFAC TURERS' PRICES. -By C. &A. B. STROAf!Tl GROCERS AND CANDY .11 ANI' FACTURKKS, RALEIGH, N. C. w WHOLESALE PRICE G 50 per caao of 43 cases, H.75 cU. per dozen. THE New York Produce Market. TNT nTTIl 1 - r ruuuu-uiosea nrm out ouiet. nnoes un changed fine grades .winter, 2.00 do Spring uu2.25 Superfine win tor 2.50(352.85: South ern fiim; trade and family extras 3.454.440. WHEATClosed Jc lower spot salesNo. 2 rod winter 97 98. No. 2 red winter July CO.HN Closod active and lower; epot sales No 2.mixed cash 31; do Aug 51. OAT8 Closed quiet and woak; No 2 mixed spot sales No. 1 white 43, No. 2 mixed Julv PORK Closed dull; moss 13.0014.00. LAUD-Closed easier Aug 6.25. 8UGAH Refined auiot cut loaf and cmah. ed 6.G9, powdered 6. granulatod, G.l-8. LUilJU Closed steady, fair cargoes ltio CLOTHIERS SHATTERS St. L6uis Produce Market. FLOUR Closed dull and wfiak - 2.50a2 GO; patents 5.00a5.15. W li u AT Closed lower; June 93 -2. uuuJN uiosea easier; No. 2 red cash do. 44. OATS Closed stoady No. 1 whito 2 mixed Julv 40. LARD 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 3-4a6.00; bacon boxed shoulders 5 3-8; longs 5.80a5.85; cribs 5.85a 5.90; clear 5.90a6.25. XXX 44K 41; No Mortgage Sale. By virtuo of a mortgage, executed by James U. Mangnm and wife, Cinthia P. Mnm bearing date February 14th 1885, and dulv recorded in the Register's ' Offico of Wake wShSr i' Book P&S 228, on March 12 affirH't011 Moday. August 18th, 1890, at the Court House door, in tho citv of Raleigh at 12 o'clock m.t sell to tho highest bidder, for cash, the lands therein described situated m Barton's Creek township, adjoin! ?,the &nd8 of 8' B- Braasfield, the heirs of Hillory Thompson and others. Wake Foiiest, N. C, July 15, 1890. juuu Al. CRENSHAW, Mortgagee. IMPERIAL (JUANUM, (M) - OO CJULAT MED1S1NA1, Fnnn vmr tv FA NTS, INVALIDS AND CHIL DREN, From por ional knowledgo and uso of IMPERIAL GRANUM. WE, W. C. & A. B. STRONACH, Boliove Imperial Oranum to bo best of all Infant Foods. the TRADE SUPPLIED AT IMPHRTPf. -PRICES. Cream Lunch Biscuit, The best in tho World-Delicate and Delicious. ASK YODi: GROCER FOR Larrabeo'8 Cream Lunch. W. C. & A. B. STRONACH, . Manufacturers' Aoents julyl7-lm Naval Stores. Wilmington, N. C, July 30.-Spirits tur ponfano firm to-day. ati3S Rosin steady; stramod 1.02; good do. 1.05. Tar firm at 1.1;), Crude Turpentine firm; hard 1.25 yellow dip 2.35; virgin 2.35. CORN Firm. White 53; yellow 50. Good Middling Strict; Middling . . Middling The Citv Cotton Market. ijAijuiuu, . Ks., JUiy 3U o P.M. ui4n n . 1 1 1 ay Strict to Middling llP Stains ".".".."... lmM Market nominal with nothing doing. City Produce Market. Reported lor the State Cubonioxe by W. O. & A. B. Stronach, Wholesale and Retail Grocers. Raleigh, N. C, JulyEQ. "weei potatoes, 60o Dried peaches.peeled, t , lOo.lb JJnod peaches, un peeled, 3o lb Driodapplos,4to5olb l)rietl damsons, 10o lb Dried blackberries, 8c Dried whortlober- 10c gay perhun. 50c Fodder, 90 to 1.00 Shucks, " 40c Wheat straw, 400 Broom straw, 2c bun. BURLINGTON ACADEMY, BURLINGTON, N. C. Fall Term opens August 14th lsn r of teachers well selected. ComSuaSnlu! mgs. Boys and girls nrenarArt f "7, I1U or to meet the deSand8P ofyjmt' WILBUR B. ORMOND, julylS-lmdw BuinNgSnh.C. Geese, 40c Ducks, 25 to 40c Turkey?, 10c. lb Chickens, 15 to 32 l-2o Egga, 10 to llo Pork, Co Beef, 5c Hams, 11 to 12 l-2c White peas, bush. 1.35 Black and clay do. 1.20 N. C. Cut Herring, G,50 Bbl. " Gross "2,50 Bbl. " Mullets, 3,00 Bbl ' Roe Herring, " 13,001-2 Bbl, University ofjorth Carolina. The Fall Term OpeuSept. 4,Tytion $30. tric-vdElec schools and other oi Law and Mi studies Separate Address Hon. KEMP P BATTLE, LU, Jnly2-lmd&Sre6M0nt HAS' n N. C. AAANTED ! -Situation o.. T T " "uograper and Typewriter by a vonnioi nence. J young lady of expe- Address Jnol5.tr MIS8 BALMEM5C STEVENS, McClammy, n. O. TOBACCO FLUES. RtyfeTiSSs? a ?' f Tobacco Fines all smnivsis in vim joint. o.EmilS;tialties: OANE MILLS, EVAPORATORS I EVAPORATORS COOK STOVES, COOK STOVES AND TOBACCO FLUES. TOBACCO FLUES. Keepectfully, J. O. S. LUMSDEN, BALEIQH, JI. c. HENKESA HOUSE, Murphy, N.C. uio uuuni&r iiAti i niahed all thr7,,1r,V , uaa nowly fnr- deinSd. otteL,' to meet the comfort oi l SSSS d lor th BOARD REASONABLE. julyl8-2m j. tt npvv. Tltf n. . uuttTOX Ac TRAVIS, I Halifax, N. C. ) JJOIIEUT O. BURTON, JR., 11th Tirt p.l . . Attorney at Law, pracuS sin SJ?n tref - ichaonJ. Va.f will lraciiee m the Courts m Kichmonl n. nr- e?Sl cSrt?in nS-; iuthe Saprome and Fed SiSJf&dSS?? erover his acr-