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KALEIOn IN BRIEF. L'jiAii ii imi:x;s is a.nd AUOIJNU THi: CAPITAL. Short Item o( cu' Gathered on the I'ly by the Chronicle's Reporters. Tho Oxford Asylum singing class is making a tour of tho state. Ni xt Tuesday night is tho timo for the regular meeting of the chamber of com merce. Three keys tied together with a twine string have been left at this office. Whose are thoy ? A very pleasant lawn party was given night before last at tho residence of Mr. M. A. Parker. Tho colored people had a most vocif erous timo at a concert in Metropolitan hall last night. Mr. W. II. Dodd is arranging fcr tho erection of two handsomo cottages oa West Morgan street. ITaii 1.1 1 . l iiutnu mo new military com pany ? Who will take the lead in tho matter of organization ? Watermelons seem to get larger and better and more popular. There was never such a demand for them as now. Ono sa 1 city nuisance remains unabat ed. It is that of several little girls run ning every where and begging. Their future is bitterly dark to discriminating people. Here is something for legisla tors and philanthropists to exercise their wita upon. Raleigh ought to have something of a nig "to do" at the opening of the cotton factory It is her first, and was brought forth amid doubt, difficulty and uncer tainty. Some said ifcould'nt be done. Thoso who did it ought to hurrah about it, and invite every body to help whoop. Must Raleigh bo left in the exposition matter? Richmond is fixing to hold one Atlanta will hold ono in 1891. VVili lialcigb? Sho ha3 much better advan tages than these two cities ever had. They built themselves up by enterprises of this kind. Raleigh can, if she will. COMING AND GOING. Some oi The Folks You Know and Their Doinss. Mr. E. B. Barboe ha.3 returned from a northern tour. Mr. Charles McKimmon has returned from the west. Mr. W. B. Jordan, of the Wilming ton Star, is here. Miss Rosabolle Engelhard has return ed from Wilmington. It. 0. Reed and I). W. Oj.tcs, of Char lotte, are at the Yarboro. Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Batchclor have gone to Buffalo Springs. W.'T. Dortch and Kirbv II. Smith are registered at the Yarboro" Mr. W. G. Unchurch left vesterdav for a visit to Columbia.. S. U. Mr. J. R. Harris ha3 returned from a mouths' visit to Youngs ville. Mr. and Mrs. Parr and Miss Gretcheu Parr have gone to Western Carolina. Miss Mmaio Deans, of Wilson, is spending a few days at Dr. Cordon's. Among tho arrivals at the Yarboro yesteiday is J. L. Tate, Shnengmai, COMMITTED WITHOUT BAIL Fl KTHER EXAMINATION OF THU SHOOTING OF JONES. Some New Evidence Produced Justice Bar bee Refers tve flatter to a Higher Tribunal Without Granting the Privilege ol Jiail. The examination in the case of officer Ilogue was resumed yesterday morning before Justice Baibee. He called the court to order at eleven o'clock, and as on the diy before, the court room was full of people. Some o! the witnesses summoned by the defence were on hand and the taking of testimony was re sumed. Mr. W. C. Lowe was called by the de fence and examined. He said: I was in Mann & Wang's store, corner of Har gett and Fayetteviile streets. I saw the -Tr V, lue neSro in a muffle near Red ford's store. I saw the negro draw Dae his hand and it appeared as though he had something in his ban u . 1 1.1 w n. iio auucK at tne ollicer. ME WORLD'S COMMERCE. New York, vAug. 5. Meters. Hub bard, Price fe Company, in their cotton circular to-night say : Receipts of new cotton were not so large to day at Galveston, and that market reports ST. MARY'S SOHOQlT; FRAL EEIGH- iL CX 50 T!ip AdvfititTprrsi of tlio Sashimi nf Oft an advance of 1-4 cent. During the re- lo-in finn (mhQ1. iltli. WnvPHfalftfrnn ...i'iI cent dull markets tho local operators had A uuuress THE RECTOP BENNETT SMEBES, A. i'i JiALFTrcrr V ' Thfi nfTWv th up his arm and the nesro's hand rinA th.O. r.fflrov'd cKnl,l.. rrC? 1 iU ,L THAT CENSUS. bium. Mit Julia Horton has returned from an extended vl-it in the eastern part cf the State. Miss Callie Fuller, one of Smithfield'a mast '.harming young ladies, is visiting 3Iiss Grissom. Miss Mamie Robbins returned yester day from a lisit to friends iu the eastern part of tho State. fccrgeant Lowellen, of the Raleigh po lice, has been granted a vacation, and Will visit friends in Danville. Maj. S. M. Finger lias gone to Graham and will also visit other town's in the educational interests of the State. Commissioner Robinson and Prof. Masicy left for Montgomery couuty ves- lUiU") uoiu a larmers' institute. J. M. Pugh, Esq., one of the leading and prominent merchants of the Morris villo section, spent yesterday in the city. . 1 Atir.. ir ' r, mcers shoulder. Then the officer fired his pistol. I thought at first uat the negro was shooting the officer. viuis examined tne saw som operators rather oversold the market, and the de mand from this source was sufficient to cause an advance of 5 points, and the market closed steady with a general ex pectation of better advices from Liver pool in the morning. Receipts at our ports to-day estimated at r 200 bales, against 8G bales last week. The spot market is quiet and steady at unchanged prices; middling uplands 12 1-4; sales 379 bales. Futures closed firm and 1 to 6 points higher as follows: August ii 9399 September n 0607 October io CO 70 November io 5453 December io 5455 January in 5859 February....... : .. io 03-61 Marc a io CG 67 72 VilJ july:3-2m THE PERFECT SUMMER RESORT HOT SPRINGS, 2ST. Q Holiday in Liverpool to-day. Cotton. ;thin Citi- Mr. J. Wiley Jones and Capt. M. I age, two of the popular candidates tne nomination for Sheriff, looking around yesterday. THAT CO-OPERATIVE FACTORY It .liny he Taken AgainIf the zens will Petition lor it. This census question is still one of ag ' itation; Teople aro not satisfied with it and they say bo. A communication m to-day's Chronicle citos the fact that 1 thoro aro over nine thousand people in Raleigh. Thoro are over thirteen thousand according to a count mado two years ago. A groat many people vorbally insist that thoy were not taken bv the enumer ators; but those sarao people did not re spond to a proposition mado somo timo ago that all who had been missed should send in their names on a postal card. Tho knowledge of what tho popula tion is, is of some consequence, and it ought to bo known. A gentleman said yesterday that if tho factorT here." A first c citizens would petition for it, Mr. Porter l? caPltal of 150,000 wuouo wmmissioner would have it taken again. . Mr. Jno. Nichols, of Washington, who is here says this has been done in a num ber of instances. This is ono way to get at something like correctness, and tho matter is now in tho hands of anybody who feels suf ficiently interested in it to stait up the petition. witness said: I stick nauu. i coma not tell what it was. It coked as though it might have beon three inches Ions:, and was about the b.j vi H cnair-round (pointing to a round) about a half or one inch in di ameter. Mr. Ben Perry said: I saw the police man come up to the negro at the corner ot Hargett and Wilmington streets. The officer took hold of the negro and said 'consider yourself under arrest." The uegto wmnea and struck the officer, nocking him down on his hands. Then the negro broke and run. The officer got up and said "halt." The negro did not stop and the policeman ran after him. They ran down Hargett street to wards iayetteville street, and the officer bred at the negro twice. Then the officer caught up with the negro. I didn't see the pistol but I heard it fire the last ,e", ,,The ncro tQrew up his hands and fell to the ground. wu uiws examination the witness said City. Galveston, JNorlolR, Baltimore, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia Savannah, New Orleans Mobile, Memphis, Augusta, Liouiaville, St. Louis, Sale Tone. 10, 9 150 Quiet Steady UUll Steady Quiet Firm Quiet Firm Noml Nom'l Quiet Steady Nom'l Mk't 11 3-4 11 7-8 12 1-4 12 1-4 11 3-8 12 5-8 11 3-8 11 3-4 11 5-16 11 1-2 11 3-8 12 0-0 11 1-2 Kct- Ex. 2 7 70 60 99 6 8 6 4 ifjvctsurv. iioiiie comiorrs ana an 4." s , '"ui. lord room, bowling alley, shooting gallery ten',. well-eqnipped livery, ball room, nnilic, swiniiii LUs !l and bathing suits as at seashores. ' 1,umiuS loi coAVjIVoTrfn : " . . : i&Tt&flW"". . WHAT GOV. FOWLE SAYS - ,OSI"!-00 !' " eck.- liot Springs, Sept. 2. 1889. '-Tii icn t tor at this delightful spot. For twnt ?S a visi- recollections of that visit were const-. H v ? cars n'' Again it has been mv ffooil fortune tn v f VJJ . "'in.l. circle of these beautiful moSntofni Ji t w,t," U,e ently declare that nowl,L iSnKi."8i??d, 1 ca consist. - sweeter or more restful spot thaS T these " riVtiOUY:1 il the Gem of the Mountains. Inair thSsV Jt is : lias no siT..Prinr0 tvt.. ii !f"v ",tl,s find waters it health andWengtharest ffl5?.?,more enjoyment to tile roU. DAK 'li G. FOWI.E. M AIWERICA. 4999 healthy.5 HEALTHIEST PLAC! up- Raltimore Produce Market. i C,OTTON-Closed steady. Middling FLOUlt Inactive but firm; Howard Strett a?nnW 8?Perfiu? 2.252.75; do. extra 3 10 4.00; do. do. family 4.404.90 city mills liio brands extra 5.005.25; winter wheat patent 500a 30; spring do. do. 5.005.40; 4 30 8trai8ht 4-5(3A 7! d0- do. extra 4.00 WHEAT Southern firmer and higher . o GOOD REASON For Patronizing the Jloseley House. nf1-.1 am Pleasantly located, near all that is ?LmJfLeil ou.the main eet, .vhere all v . 11. & 11. s. ot Fultz929i; Longberry 93&97; steamer No. rn,OTV,e,8tern8trong; No-2 winter rtd tb.3 for were W. for hei'o a plan K THE STATE ALLIANCE. It is Approved Shall it be a "lie?" The suggestion made bj the Chronicle n C ,1 . . . iaw uajs ago that lialeigh needed v-jituu liidory oa tne co operative lias put some folks to thinking. Besides eorao talk which has been heard abouS it, the following communication been received: I approve tho suggestion in your m fer of to day, "Wo need another cotton class factory wif.h Jars each, payable one dollar weekly I imuK vy.ui a little eftort on the part of our cxtiKcns could be easily gotten up We have a population of over 9,000 At least one-fourth would bo willino- to take one share, and some would take more and in a year we would have a paid-up capital sufficient for a large and nKt-class mill. No one to take over 10 shares or $500 The factory help to bo taken from .ami tTicttMi-tnt.i a' e it T """uuiuu lu ine iami- lies of tho shareholders where practica ble. I am confidpnf- when ' - - V'J . i I..1ET1I-II n il P-acd la tho hands of tmn.l mo,,.. The Executive Committrc is Exnmin iiifr into its Accounts and Alluirs. Au important work is going on in tho city now ono in which upwards of one hundred thousand people in North Car olina are interested. The executive committee of the Stato H armoi-o' Alii. . .vta u ir - " "j njiiuii muni iirinnr aii; lUUdirs ot mo btato or anvthin? tn snv of i... ,.. Allianco and its officers. iho committee is composed of Capt. t iV Aflex!in(Jer, of Mecklenburg; Mr. J. M. Mewborne. of Tinnr?. an,i n . - f3'-rv. LUC tniS tHOtnr-V nrnnlfl , . - . ....wu iuuvu a great success. besides giving profitable employment to many ot our worthy citizens now idle. H. Talking and writing about these tuiuSiJ is me way to bring them about. anything to say about it. let, him SAY IT. J. a. Johnson, of Rockingham. They were in session all day yesterday, and will bo closely engaged all of to-day and probably all day to-morrow. xno uimoNiCLE is glad to learn from SPECIAL NOTICES. The oldost femalo South is in North Carolina if " cord which might be envied by any sim Q?r'"Siltutl,on.in ,th0 world. It is Uio , . OU.1V.I mat when the policeman first came up to the negro and was knocked down, his bihet fell to the ground and laid there, men when the policeman - caught the negro again, the negro whirled and struck at the officer, The officer threw himself back as if to avoid a blow and then fired the pistol. i . Li. Mason, of Montgomery county was in town last Saturday and JS. ammtd. He said I saw the occurrence His account was almost precisely tho same as that given by Mr. Perry; the dif ference being that Mason saw the negro strike or strike at the officer twice when the last scuffle between them occurred He g ud the negro struck tho officer in the breast. it Goodwm waa sworn, and testified the same as to the pursuit and catching and shooting of the negro by he officer. He also said he was close to the officer and negro when they were in the last scuffle. He said the negro struck at the officer and held something m his hand. He was not sure what it was. On Sunday ho was talking to two policemen, and had told r.hAm h something in the negro's hand when he "wuvii. at mo oiucer. lie was nnf. srhat it was, bat to the best ol hii ll8t it was a knifrt J. W. Mitchell, who is an employee of the city was called. He stated the fol lowing: I was on Hargett street on Mon day morning hauling off trash. The trash had been raked up in small piles and while taking up one of the piles I f u ne-. 11118 was aboat two fe xioui tuo curDing and near where snooting occurred. Mr. liedford ut uu saw me i-iek: nn t.hn t IT ii . . " I '"V li n, lre witness produced bladtd bono handled knifo open, and t.h i V iuaL it was , 4. au , roun1 lt' lt was a good Sk , lL?: . Aue Diaae was :i7xrir"a a,nau in.che3 and r KT.80. had gotten L-nVf 1" " . lu uaoe' fne i of the :so somewhat rusty.) The "uo muuBf siatea that, tho . A W .-"-"ouern scarce and strong; white 5759; yellow 5i(,5G, Western strong; mixed spoto2; August 52. ,ASSC1?80d firm' ungraded Southern iJen,n8yivama 45P3;do. Western white white 48 miXed 4547; 6raded No. 2 m Vook O"oloaoa nrm5 me8d Pork, t h,25; ?ew, 13-: bulk' meats, loose shoulders long clear 6; clear rib sides 6K; sugar shoulders 76; Vugar cured KwnxiuK 8; ham9' u 1213; LAUD -Kenned 7V. wu-tioaea nrm; fair Kio SGAlt Closed activt andetron" latode1. COPi'EIl-iiefined active at 15. WHISKEY Firm at 1.1G1.17. large dry goods house Tucker & Co. ATnLfinJ everytmS "eat and clean at Moaeley House, and teel if at home they make me so. "me. ..iih?.Dinin,S. IIa11 Ladies and UWiUS-u wuu carea lor and as pleasant a fTfA6 re80rt"no mes, and tEe Rotating Jly Fans keep one cool and pleasant, whilo I can enjoy one of the good meals you can al ways get at tho Mogeley House for $50 ceVs 4-An enterprise that the travelling public ley HouSPreCiat Patronize Mose' POLLY-TICKS. Howdy, howdy, howdy'e do How is your wife and how are vo- And how is the baby too. l' -EVAPORATED CREAM --EVAPORATED CBEAM,- perfect and Xatural Food for infams. more readily digested than dairy MILK. cargoes ; granu- A A DELICACY For Coffee, Fruits, Deserts, Tco Crea Ilifflilaiul in o -MJ raml Evniin,.,. ted Croain, New York Produce Market. FLOUll-Closed moderately active and steady; fano grades winter 2.0002.10: South t7oq aDd lamlly 3.351 2rJ?wSl0?e dA8trongei-; spot sales No. & reel u(a .982: do. Anfniat Unas COJiN -Closed strontr; aunt col,..-, vr n iZ 'it? '? niixca August 54V wK:fel0oed stronger; spot sales NoT 1 AMiita 46; No. 2 mixed Artiniat 40 v KiW dtaI1; mtss i3-ui-t.oo. la&UU Lloaetl firm . - M.JIJ.V! ii in 11(1' .NOntntrt - j J i. ill" sure be- her (J. 59. L'TTr! a -r and re5L?!.d. ,8?ady; cut loaf G; cubes 6. u'uwuerea; granulated COFFEE-Closed LJ . quiet; fair Uio cargoes it the and fcnife a single it was wWUCinnati Prodce Market. SimIfelarorA10-2510-37K;. WHTirVv -uluar"aea l6.256.30 Fine-iusfiiouElrages. anduVle.mand fornice grapes continue good IbhaSL0 -?"ed to. m orders for5 rioHr.iT V; ' tcu' UI iao ionowing line va- Lady, LindleyTGoIdenTSiack Ea Stnn'A1' Eat0U' l0' DianTond r0?k-" "ngton, Agawan etc., etc. ' A BASKET OF THESE make as pretty a sight as you ever laid your eyes n in the way of o varieties are selling as hi-h as a dollar a basket in the Northern markets. 51b BASKET, ASSORTED, COcts. ical Fraternity. Endorsed by the M-d TP A T"7i rT-r aumED AT MAXUf'AC TURERS' PRICES. -By W. C. & A. B. STIIONACII. i.icuciiRS AD CANDY PACTURi3RSf RALEIGH, N. C. 31 A Mr. 12 per gallon for pile of was and that the people are hopeful of har vesting a larce cron. A Virago. Among tho cases before Mayor Tho son yesterday was ono against Winnie I orrjr (colored). She proved to bo some- ming of a virago. She got 'up aro with anothor colored woman and follow od her into her house. WiVinc in to get oven for somo fancied wrong. 21 i lI3 attacked in her '7,uu " recourse to a stout board ri,"st P uu?a Minnie's head and uuwn mio ner shouders. Onicer ""t Winnie, but she . k arresD." She took pI, f Vlllil j 1. lit to Salfitn fnr tho. ,.m r wu,iuiuj oi me pu- Pjlb who come from the southern states, ihero is an announcement of the acade- tins issue. nciou iu wuicu ne Innnri f.h l.i- these gentlemen thnt ?hTo7Z" sk :Z7 ,L-UO workV " 1S the "Pon Saturday, but he had not a w UW Lilllli llll'.N IIM'IC I "ww Vlll l,HIiLIH I "I I I LI TTl T t I I 'lrvly-v I " I la their respective unnHnn. it. nma e;r;i T.:::.. ' every year TU1U LU UUU1 1C away until Mondav f "Til . , " " - tllim. Il r , -i'-. imuugu cars irom Texas "truing. Mr. I J, if,.. T ii t vn t v 1 t eu wa5 caIled : He said IJJJII0' . 1 ed with him ing. Witness stated that ho was in Ral eigh on Saturday and while here there spnnKiing ol rain. 0J?r,J-J' Kedford called ; X"' . uJf;v- J- ltc-heH find and Kt 1 T1 uue ia Iront ot bis store II tZor& identified knife ea Dy Mltchell as the W. II. & R. s. Tucker & Co. CaIU'ET DEPAllTMir.VT A 1 of Syrian Bucrs. mi . , patterns. One of tho vlnn o x GGIinch rug, only $3.50, ' w. 11. A: K. S. Tucker .fe nn The Low Kates will 8nrnnn x .... Tho Grand TTnitpri Oivi Fare, round trip, is only $2 50. 1110 managers havo menu with tho Odd Fellows of Rich mond to run au nvnnr.;J L V, c , i-or iiutiier information .mn v t Wahrex A. Alston. Vou , - .vivic:!!, and on the same The testimony ot this witness closed the examination for the defenc3 and the prosecution announced that they would also rest the case. y I llO t3T 1 .1 I . Thompson found it necessary to put tho nippers on the woman to getter in own iu 1 1 io mayor's oflice. She is now reros- Weather llrport. Washinoton, D. C, August 5.-For rgmia: Showers: southvrrfrr! .;" Local forecast for Raleigh and vicinitv with light showers; slightly warmer. " Committed to Jail At the close of the Without Bail. testimnnv owi-. SS?' T2f.? at IeQth T oonWl for jyo sun. wed. to aha:. 13. When You Are IJeatly m io ouy a now carpet or rnir n .-II , . wVv, l,U BfC i.ir"wl" l,u)' W you need f . --"""uU kucum- lourtn- :i7; r cfi sale on carpets and ru-s up to the hrst of September, hence it 1, to your interest to Lvoh.J "Ik'V3 next thirty Java. Tf C: ' S m .lue tt - i " , a uictj car- -pr , ?ea clear sag of 13 or $10 about to some both aides; attorneys Johnson, Devereux and Purnell speakina f.-.r thUl:. UX and Messrs J N. Holding d O T Harris for OflicerHogue. r;r.W!?eiithe sPeafeing was concluded Jus t ce Baibee gave his decision. lie SwfcS the counsel of both sides for thahu presentation and explanation of the and the law bearing upon the case it said ho hari r..i.S " se. tie ol t?A be -paSSed on Witht the fuUest consideration, and he would the turn it over to a higher tribunal wt giving the defendant, Officer Ho mt thl privilege of bail. ogue, the Further Probable Proceetlin-s uawab corpus case has been fnltoH extent, but the conni Nashville Produce 3Iarket. 57.' 1 1 J8 Corn firm5 hite milling Naval Stores. strained 1.00: IT 3,, Itoam nrm; at 1.45. CrT 'i:"u' r.1 . iar nrm 1.25; yellow 50. WHOLESALE PRICE W 50 per case of IS cases. .73 cts. per do,,, BI1'U1al""(,HAiNUJ1, TUE CI HEAT vjrude Tnrtimt;nn . r. , . . r " uuiu JfeP 2-33; virgin 2.35 v,wiiirm white 53; City Produce Market. TcdAAVS? STATE Chronicle by W. C. & A. B Stronach, Wholesale and Retail Grocers. i . SJOH,'u-. Augr 5. Hweet potatoes, 60c Dned peaches,peeled, luc.ib r Ducks, 25 to 40c x urseys, 10c. lb Chickens, 15 to 32 l-2c 11 to 12 l-2c wmte neaa. hnaii 10c Black and clay do. 1.20 CUT. . x. G,50 Bbl. Gross "2,50 Bbl.j Mullets, 3,00 Bbl lloe Herring, d,UU l-JJ ubl. UOTHIERS SHATTERS taw Baptist hub Institute, MURFREESBORO. N. C. "O OO MEDlSrVAl. rw AAIS, INVALIDS A.ND CHILDREN, Dried peaches, un- peeiea. Q, iu Dried apples, 4 to 5c lb tho following facts: Parents and guardians will do well to note uried damaona inr.iK Dried blackberries, 8c Dried whortleber- aJ'Perhtm. 50c Fodder, 90 to 1.00 Shucks, " 4X1 Wheat 'straw, Jg Broom straw, 2c bun. SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY, Tie Oldest Female College ia the Ml 8,?th Annual Se iow. liegis tures: the Character and T.t. oughly remodelled. FuTlV;,1?,8 atory, Collegiate and Pnt rT rePar yenta, be.tdsnrsUlatttt ?,epa-rt" Lan1uageS,CommerciaS Ke-ister for TZZ""VS august ?3th- ve.opment of irPI1i;,:' Buildings thor- nig Fish Try-Every Body Invited. Mr. B. K. Partin, who lives about six teen mile, from the city, will draw off ? lo'morrow- The pond 13 full of the finest apecimens of fish, and iry. lie invites every body to be rrp ont. II? will have enough fish to feed f ?hewhCUnty' aml h would be ghd " tho whole county would go there. "Feast of Transfiguration." To-day being thFeast of Transfix i i.lTlSA nm.-f 1 A ; r it . "JUL Llifi COlinso and think, wk , 50 stop lur nogue have not decided imn Z V7 .. oaiug l0 a.muu m mis airection J you on enough to one buy carpet you a will i 1. . ' . ""Ji uia von wuuaei ior Hnonn or.ri 1 C one of the nicest xinnvl nt neo.t f 75. i luJi. ce w ex- nnr 1 u i vja i t w air vh TTu . l'6 onc of we sell all kinds of clothiScheah anyone else in the ritv. P . ?,n you are buying a c ?et J?n8 WVIe b . c"rpet you can tiUn J j "uraeu a nice suit with thQ of TTT ; ., J 03 -"-t is said that Go wriTi w vw a i uvu. u i r i tarn n attai j . 1 . -v-ri tu-uav. vvhothAn v comes or not, Hogue's emm -m i. ltJ a consultation to-day for the purpose of deciding whe.lhpr nr u Pu,rPse of w i s-t III L-t iil" H.l! 9 ? tn? carPet- Wo invito vn THE DOnrn.iP,nr:. . to 0n I0F bargaiQS thvo August VENTIOX CON" Swindell's. ' to inaugurate further proceedin rra NDELL'S. aug6-dltwlm JOHN H. CLE WELL, riUNClPAL. notice! On Saturday. th Af v ... ioaa j. ,i rvi ii ;i. v -iT vii. i iouu, ai tno court Vi . v ' v PieniDer. Baleigh, N, O., I "will Tell TO of uer at public outcrv thrT frTi.""- ""esL wd- to-wit: One lot in the citv of rIi gv?JPerty. forty-eight feet on S5 Raleigh fronting feet and adjoining fhe S jf n d lorty-five kmson and Washin-tor ?! evereux At containing about one elhth and' othera,and Said safe will be made bv v?n acre conferred upon the S7-V1-rtue ot Powers Syme, as adnfintetStor Sb "? Andrew ceased, by the terms aSi ' Lewi8' Jr- de mortgage deed rn? hv iCOndltiona of a wife He8ter to sag Lew& Sitl and istered in the office nf tl ' ch 13 duly reg for Wake county N o Wr of ee Terms of ci.ak PfpMl. Adm'rofB.? " . aug-Gtf ewis, Jr., Mortgagee. BATTERY PARoSE" -v-, . Open throughout the vear pt0 feet; average auramer teSnp evatlo,n 2,600 mflfrnjfir.r. . . 1 lemperaturft 7i rir, . elevator; electric iteita SdhSS" Hydraulic ofln ?erm Pe An-n8t 14th is tennis court, ladies' bifl music haJl, ?f chers well selected rJ P0- O Hntroiir . Rard parlor nnri l.' mgs. Rn !?e.Liea- ommodmna J:. livery No mosqtiitcs 6 firatTcla88 printed matter apply to descriptive iniriu 1 i o x tl Vrirm. Burhngtoh N. 0. toSS. ! at Murfreesboro --ww w xi i n,ii v nTnni . P aces because or , 4 f yeara do t)h6(8Ch001 fr moro -aS The bfinnttTrvf .. in North rL - Calln is not surpassed refif ? ?arohna' The dormitories were retaushed and carpeted last summer. Jh c0a finatmtioni8 the demands ot the public will allow Only the best and most experienced The charges are as rnoQ v,. . bo made for , r.,71 iaui aa they can wa oi work done. Tho fall session begins on Wednesday, September loth. For Catal address V1 ""uonal information, JNO. B. BREWER, T rT-r. . jnlyH-dAwGw mDKNT. lom personal knowledge and n,c f IMM51UAL OKAKU3L WE, W. C. & A. B. STRONAUH relievo Imperial Granum to h "est or all infant Food, TRADE SUPPLIED AT -PRICES. Cream launch Biscuit, bo th IMPORTEI' PEACE INSTITUTE, Raleigh, x. September 3d isoo fegh' bens dation anywhere frT th. QC01?men continue KPe South.will and Miss E G rS Msic, ue to preside ov tVJ Conn the Faculty iq teacher in herdepartmVt! lddSSalist Died. ntVA'' MilIer' a Promient citizen of Statesnlle, died in that place Satnr y. aged 59. He was a nJl a, andcr county, and w? 6 f A ex ous iinanciaf success made a COnspicu- The Wake County Democrat vention to nominate ennntv offir,n t , . , . j tuvcia, will be held in Raleigh on Saturday, Aurus the 16th at 12 o'clock m. g St Pnmaripa in rr.u county andVardfa toZl h'n, e on Saturday Anjmtml beheld gates to tS'JS eIe" C. The best in the World-Delicate and Delicious. ASK YODlt GliOCEU FOi; Wabee'sjam Llinc w- C. & A, B. STRONACH. tySSfe ,JH an flue as any one in the S?ate. SEVEN RIVETS IS EVER? JOINT. CANE MlLLSEjCIALTIES : CANE MILLS; I gVAPOKATORS I evaporators' COOK STOVES COOK STOVES,' AND JCBACCO FLUES. TOBACCO FLUES. Kospectfuliy, J- 0. S. LUMSDEN, JAMES BIKWIBDIE M " "Kinia) Prix d-w-tf A. CIPAL, Raleigh, X. c. IURIjINGTOXACABEMY BURLINGTON, tf. C. mgs or wjjjbur b. ormond r01"-" CdiLri'Pe,',,i. ""PU: Cum. JT 1m CflJ '"KWr. with full .o.-u. "r ANTED I Situation SlTerbya as Stenog:raj'r nence. J yng lady of expt- Address inel5.tr Um SALLIE K. STEVENS, 30015 tf McUlammy.N. C.