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LOCAL klWVEXlXUS IV AlfD AKOUND THE CAPITAL. COMING AND fcOING. gome at The Folks Yon Know and TLcir Doiuss. STATE OHEOHIOU, TTJESDA, AUGUST lfl. THE WORLD'S COMMERCE. a very towns- Short Items of News Gathered on the I'ly by the Chronicle's Reporters. Tho site is there, but the depot is not IN SIGUT. There hoa been le.33 sickness this sum mer than for many years past. There was nothing of interest to gath er from the State ollices yesterday. Session of 1S90-91 of Wake Forest College will open Wednesday, Septem ber Ud. Attention is called to tho advertise ment of the Raleigh Male Academy in to day's paper. The Chicago Inter-Ocean has good wood cut engraving of our man U. M. UusDee, lq. A visit to the country Sunday war rants the saying that the crop3 of Wake county are tho very best in quality and quantity ever seen. Plans are on foot among some young men of tho city to orgauiza a "debating society." Thero will bo a meeting to night to accomplish this. Mr. II. J. Johnson, superintendent, sends us an open boll of cotton which was pulled on the farm of Mr. D. S. Avcra, near Salem, July 31st. Tho colored population have caught on to tho bicyclo and knee-breeches. Two or three were parading'Fayetteville steeet nearly the whole of yesterday morning. Let the businessman attend the meet ing to-night of tho Chamber of Com merco and Industry and put his name to a protest against the infamous Lodge bill. The mail train on the Raleigh & Gas ton road was one hour Ute yesterday, and the 4:43 train on the Richmond & Danville did not arrive until alter six o'clock p. m. The death of Mr. El. B. Turrentine, of Durham, is the first loss sustained in North Carolina by the Ancient Order of United Workmen. Mr. Turrentine held a $2,000 policy in this excellent order. Mr. John C. Hintz, a prominent mer chant of Reading, Pa., has written Mayor Thompson, asking information concerning Raleigh and if there is a va cant large store-room in the business portion of the city. Tho railroad tio up on the New York Central and Hudson River road has be come threatening. Passenger and freight traflic is entirely suspended and thous ands of men are suddenly thrown out of enaploymeut. Why is thero not more talking, acting or something elso being done in connec tion with our State fair ? With the splendid prospects for crops of all kinds the exhibit this year should ba a grand one and but little Jimo is thero for working it up. Tho recent rains have caused, water mellon and cantaloupes to rot very rapidly, in conscquenco of which the prices have somewhat ascended. Nev er before liavo fine mellons been so cheap, and it seems a hardship now to get back to old fashioned prices. "The complaint in Sunday's issue con cerning tho bad condition of a lot within a stone's throw of tho city offices is too obscure, and tho authorities like every one olso do not like anouymous com plaints or hints. If the lot complained of will be named so that it can bo known it certainly will be attended to. On Wednesday, August 27th, there will bo an excursion to Wilmington by Messrs King, Lacy and Sherwood. The fare for tho round trip will be $2.50, and a day and two nights will bo spent in Wilmington. This company had an ex cursion to Richmond some months ago and it was a delightful excursion. Re served scats at an extra cost of fifty cents each will be provided. Mrs. Armistead Jones is visiting in Durham. Mr. A. B. Hunter, from Chalk Level, is in the city. Mr. Frank B. Savage has returned from Morehead. Mr. W. 0. Allen, of Neuse, was in the city yesterday. Mr. H. W. Jackson went np to Moore court yesterday. Mr. Albert Kramer, of Durham, spent Sunday in the city. Mr. Frank W. Roytter is confined to his room by sickness. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Arrington ar rived in this city yesterday. Maj. John M. Crenshaw, of Forest vilje, spent yesterday in the city. Mr. Greek O. Andrews leaves this morning for an extended trip north. Miss Genie McDowell, of Richmond, Ya., is visiting city. Mrs. J. A. Briggs and children return ed from a visit to Columbus county yesterday. Mr. Wm. Easdale leaves this morning William II. Bledsoe Died in this city, Sunday at 2 o'clock a. m., William H. Bledsoe, aged 44 years. W. II. Bledsoe was the eldest son of Moses A. Bledsoe, Esq , and vras born and reared ia Wake county. He entered the Confederate army as a member of Maj. Basil C. Manly's Battery, and was with that command during the campaign around Richmoi-d and Petersburg and at Appomattox Court House. Return ing from the army, he entered the Uui versitv of North Carolina and graduated in the" class of 18G7. He then applied himself to the law and was admitted to practice in 1870, which profession he fallowed until the day of hi3 death. He was a man of the people, with, it may t3 said no man his enemy. Tender of heart, charitable to his last cent, brave and courageous in the discharge of duty. Like other men, he had peculiarities of nature, none of which were such that the great mantle of forgiveness could not gracefully enfold him here and here after. May he rest m peace. The funeral services were held yester- Miss Limbsth, of this day morning at 10 o'clock irom Ldenton btreet m. cnurcn, conducted oy Kev, Dr. J. H. Cordon. His body was in terred in Oakwook cemetery, " followed by his comrades of Junius Daniel Camp of the Confederate Veterans' Association of Wake county. The pall-bearers were w. R. Purnell, Esq. irmistead Jones, Esq., of the Raleigh bar, and Maj. U. D. Heartt. for New York, Niagara and other points Capt. Oct. Coke, S. G. Ryan, Esq of interest. ?rof. W. V. Savage and wife, nee Miss Mattie Williams, of Henderson, are vis iting in the city. Major Yass and family left on the train yesterday, for the North, on a trip of recreation. Mr. Hal. W. Ayer, of the Chronicle editorial corps, was called away from the city on Sunday by an urgent telegram. N. Jones, Es-q., T. The Office of Coroner. Theie are various reasons why the core ner should be a resident of Raleigh. First, it is an office, the emoluments of which does not bring it into the field of con test, and really is not one in which the the city yester- ambition of either party centres. It is New York, Aug. ll.-Mers. Hub bard, Price & Company, m their cotton circular to-night say: Spinners f, pp. buvers in Liverpool to-day , WCia ia- . . nA only reaching o,wu character ST. HARTS SCHOOL, m a ,nt Term of the Session of '90 and '91 The Atlv ent i ewn u Catalogue, address edit Septcmusr ixtu. win THE RECTOR. BENNETT SMEDES, A. 31, KALEIGH, N. c. THE PERFECT SUMMER RESORT, MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL, HOT SPRINGS, IT. O. their purchases u.i vmf. tho disappointing f ti1fi bureau report on oaiuiuaj ' . . . 1 . lo-mand for the winter deliveries vui juiyi3-2m vm v cable advices state large purchases wtre made during the last three uays 01 ra cist and September deliveries in Liver- pool by the prominent operator cornered that position last year. Locally the market improved steadily m iu I-- of a tight money market and an unti tled feeling in financial . circles. This advance is ascribed to the absence 01 , verv, oall room, 11UIS1C, SWimmmg pool fhft belief that the operators , 4, . 05f t2 nft n t seashores. SC11W . , tlip parlv receints n Aivi . - - - - $15.00 to $21.00 Per Meek, in Liverpool will draw the early receipts HOTKL R A rfcS . - . 8800 to $l200 Per Ueek; to that market instead of New lork. COTTAGE BOARD WHAT Q0V F0WLESA1S: Silyer advanced to 51s. 3-4d. to-day. Springs, Sept. 2, 1889. 6 In 1 8G0 I was a visi. in anticipation of the Treasury buying ft hi For tweilt V-llilie years the Receipts of new cotton to-day at all ports were 204 bales. . t--;o rmr nnrts to-dav estimated rieueiyLo l f i - . . , . . i. KAA Hal oa naninst 40o balCS laSi iXb ojj uuivu, r week. Bracing mountain air, beautiful scenery, health, pleasure, home comforts and an unexcelled table, bin. Pi "AS, bowline alley, shooting, gallery, teim,s,:l recollections ot tnai visit w wu uuubuiuuj m uuim, Ag-ain it has been my good fortune to visit within th pi?nin 0f tii ocn beautiful mountains, and I can consist ently declare that nowhere in America have I found a an these snrinirs. It is Spot lots closed steady; middling up f Mountains. In air, haths and waters it lands 121-2. . , . nn a,.narinra ivinv it continue to nroiier. giving health and strength and rest to the sick aim v. eary, aim adding a more abundant enjoyment to the robust and healthy." DAK'L G. FOAVLE. HEALTHIEST PLACE IN ARIERSCA. Transactions in futures to-day 22,500 bales. Futures closed firm and 2 to 4 points higher as follows: 12 02-01 11 15-1G "" 10 74-75 Mr. M. A. Stone left day on a visit to Asheyille and Ilot an office, the holder of which should al Springs, N. C, to be gone for a week or ways be where facilities are best for him to reach all portions of the county on the shortest possible notice. His du ties are few, aside from that of holding inquests, and when called upon to exer cise such, require him to live in Raleigh. Unfortunately our law provides for no deputy coroner, nor for the appointment so. Mr. Herbert Kountree, a prominent business man of Wilson, was in the city yesterday en route from a trip to the mountains. Lieutenant-Governor Holt arrived in the city yesterday and will cccupy the of a special coroner, and should the Governor's chair during the absence of His Excellency. Mr. James E. Williams, wife and daughter of Norfolk who have been visi ting Mr. W. D. Williams near this city have returned to their home. Rev. J. W. Carter, D. D., will leave the city this week on a visit to his old home in West Virginia. He will be ab sent three Sundays, on the last two of which Rev. B. Cade and Rev. N. S. Jones, respectively, will preach. Capt. William Ward, brother of Messrs. John nnd Frank T. Ward, is visiting the city for a few days. Mr. Ward is a resident of San Francisco, California, and is captain of the Pacific mail steamer, Rio De Janeria. Captain Ward was on a visit here some four years coroner reside in a remote district in the county, and his services be required in some other remote portion, it generally takes about two or three days to get him. In the Bryan murder case this was presented to the people. An inquest was proceeded with for two cr three days by a special coroner, before the coroner could be gotten here, and then it was decided that the actions of the special officer were void, and the whole inquest had to be de novo. Let both parties se lect some citizen of Raleigh on their ticket for coroner. Soldiers' Home. At a meeting of the Jarvis Branch of the Soldiers'. Aid Association recently held at Morehead, tho following ladies ago, and will be glad to see all acquaint- were appointed to solicit contributions ances and friends, Rev. J. R. Maynard, pastor of Ephe sus church, Wake county, writes us: "Miss Addie Wilkins, of Norfolk, Va., who has been on a visit to her uncle, W. D. Williams, leaves to-day for her home. She has been a faithful attendant dur ing her stay of Ephesus Baptist Sunday school , and performs well on the organ. Miss Addie is sweet fifteen, and has made many friends in this community, and we hope she will come again." The County Treasurer. August September l r-k -l-lr ............... November, JO 5 -59 December op-J January 10 02-G3 Februarv? 10 67-bS ATarh "" 10 70-71 April.'.'.'. 10 75-7U In Liverpool spot cotton closed steady middling uplands 6 11-1G; sales 5,000 bales. Cotton. MRS. JUSTICE'S SCHOOL Will begin at lier residence, 228 North Mc Dowell street, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. City. I Sale I Tone Mk't Galveston, Norfolk, .Baltimore, ' Boston, WilmingtOD, Philadelphia Savannah, New Orieaus Mobile, ilemphia, Augusta, .Louisville, St. Louis, . .... Nom'l 11 -8 .... Steady 11 7-8 .... Dull 12 1-4 .... Quiet . 12 1-4 .... Firm 11 3-8 .... Firm 12 5-8 20 Steady 11 3-8 50 Firm 11 3-4 . . . Nom'l 11 5-1G .... Nom'l 11 1-2 . . . Quiet 11 3-8 .... Steady 12 0-0 .... Nom'l 11 1-2 Rct- 115 99 1 22 176 2G 30 "il Ex. aug!2-d2w Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, Aug. 11.-Wheat opened strong, active and higher; corn strong and l)e higher; oats followed wheat and cornf pro visions strong and in sympathy with corn. Closings: WHEAT September 99; October 98; May 1.07K- ,OKN September 50M50; October 51; May 54. OATS August 39; September 39; May 42)4. rOEK August 10 95; September 11.20J Oc tober 10.90. LAUD September C.30; October G.45. 1UBS September 5.52.; October 5.G5. RALEIGH MALE ACADEMY. Boys and young men given a through course preparatory to college or for the ac tive 1 uoiness pursuits of life. Arrangements made for boarding pupils from a distance. For catalogues, terms, testimonials, &c, ad dress the Principals, augll-d4w MORSON & DENSON. Select Boarding and Day School For Young Ladies and Little Ciirls. Hlllsboro, - - N. C. The sixty-third term of the Misses Nash, and Miss Kollock's school will open Sep tember 4, 1890. Circulars on application. June 12 deod-w3m GOOD REASONS Mrs, Lawrence Holt, Washing! on City; Mrs. W.J. Cruder, Baltimore; Mrs. V. D. Martin, New York; Mrs. J. 8. Carr, Durham; Mrs. James Williamson, Gra ham; Mrs. E. C. Slover, New Berne; Mrs. J. B. Cherry, Greenville; Mrs. E. E. Moffitt, and Mrs. li. T. Gray, Raleigh. It was resolved that this Association have a table during Fair week to be fur nished with contributions from friends of the Soldiers1 Home, to be put on sale in aid of tho Home. Articles will be received before and during Fair week addressed to Mrs. E. E. Moffitt, Raleigh, treasurer of this Assciation. and steadv; 1.02(1.03;- do. spot Au- CoruThat You Read About. The Chamber of Commerce dustry. and In To night at the Mayor's office this or ganization will hold its regular annual election of officers. yoar's work will b3 presented and plans laid for another. It is desired that every membor should bo present. Do not remain away because yonr due3 aro not paid, but como out and attend this meeting, learn what has been accom plished through the organization, listen to tho suggestions and recommendations IVosidout Thompson will lay before the meeting, take an interest in tho prosper ity of this city, and put your shoulder to tho wheels and let us make tho next yoar ono of hard work for lialeigh. That tho chamber of commerce deserves great crodit for what it has done no one will donbt, bat what wo need is more inter est manifested by its individual mem bers, a greater expression of opinion and more work accomplished. Turn out, men of Kalcigh, and make the mooting to-night ono to bo remembered for the good it may do. - Police Court. Tho universal popularity of the county treasurer, Mr. Louis O. Lougee, is ap- A Xl P Jil 1 parent irom me iact mat every precinct Mr. Barnev A. Jones, of Varina. Wake in the county, so far as heard from, is C0Unty, has forty acres of corn that is strong in his behalf. A prominent . , . , , , Democrat on the street remarked yester- said to be the best ever grown in that day that he believed Lougee could claim choice section of Wake county. A every township in the county and ono or specimen of it has been left at the two in Johnston and Harnett. Mr. Chronicle office, and Mr. Wesley Whit- Lougee has made a most acceptable aker WQo has seen it says that the sam- treasurer and it is not only pleasant to Ple we oave ia a fair average specimen, him, but it is a source of much gratifica- The eara are twelve inches long and they tion to the Democratic party to know are Yery iarSe New York Produce Market. FLOUK Closed steady at about previous pricea ; fine grades winter 2.002 40; South ern closed quiet; trade and iamily extras 6.bO(CCi.lO. WHEATClosed firm sales No. 2 red winter mitt 1 ms CO:iN Closed active and higher; spot sales No. 2 mixed 5G453; 2 mixed August 5G. OATS Closed moderately active and firm; spot sales No. 1 white 50; Ko. 2 mixed Au gust 41. POKK Closed dull; mess 13.G014.00. iiARD Closed fairly active and firm; Au gust 6.49(6.51. SUG Alt llefined firm; cut loaf and crush ed 6; powdered 6.44; granulated 6.06. COiTEE Closed steady; lair liio cargoes 20. that its only representation now in the court houso is one who commands the Kenorts of tho past wn0e. respect and confidence of the peo- geo will be re-elected. SPECIAL NOTICES. LOST, n The State Alliance. Quite a large number of Alliance members from Wake county availed themselves of the Asheville excursion train yesterday morning to attend tho meeting of the Stata Alliance at Ashe ville. Among tho most prominent ones who left were Mr. J. L. Iiimsey, Associ ate Editor and Mr. W. S. Daly, Busi ness Manager of the Progressive Farm er; Mr. W. II. Worth, State Business Agent of the Alliance; Mr. R. J. Powell, County Business Agent; Mr. E. C. Bed diogfield, Secretary of the Stats Alli ance and Mr. J. J. Dunn, his clerk, and J. F. Bell and W. II. Harrison, clerks to the State Business Agent. On Saturday evening, on Fayetteville street, between Lee, Johnson & Co.'s, and W. C. & A. Stronach's, fifteen dol lars. A reward will b3 paid for the same if returned to this office. . Tickets for the Big Odd Fellows' ex cursion are on sale at J. Fw. FerralPs and W. B. Mann's grocery stores. Every body who intends going on the occasion had b3tter procure ticl at once. Train leaves at 7:C0 to-iunu-,w. Cutting Affray. W. II. & It. i. riii KER & CO. f arpet Department. Attractive patterns added almost daily. The stock, though not quite at its full est, is still complete enough to supply the wants of almost anyone. YV. II & K. S Tuckeb & Co. r o , 4 1 i i .. wuouuruay mgut two WUltO men named Jones and Warren onorafyori in an Mayor Thompson had a lively docket Lffray in which Warren got in some yosterday morning in the police court Siturday night drunks and disorderly conduct led six or seven offenders be fore the bar of justice, and standing thoro with solemn faces, received, each, his sharo of that commodity which May or Thompson so evenly dispenses. As tho mayor addressod himself to them separately his words of advice and cau tion were naturally varied and well chosen, but on the wind-up they were in a graceful manner referred to Major C. D. lleartt who has or will complete, the financial transactions between them and tho city. Surely the way of the trans gressor is hard, and much more so is it when the mayor of a city determines to to protect the peace and dignity of his realm and elevate morally those who will not doit themselves. Ou -Thursday, August 21st, at 12 o'clock, the store of Mr. D. S. Waitt will be closed and an inventory taken. At 12 o'clock m., Monday, August 25th, the stock on hand, including accounts. store furniture, safe, &c, will be sold at lively puncturing with a pen knife uoon Jones, cutting him eight times but with no SeriOUS effect. It Seemes that Jones. nnhlir rmtorv frr nctsh the larger man, asked Warren to take From now until the doors close spe- a drink with him which Warren declined cial inducements will be offered in order to do replying "that he did not wish to to reduce the stock a3 low as possible, drink and if he did he had money to pay Now is your time to get fali and winter tfUUW tuiueu aim KnocKea ciotning low. uooas sola only for cash. namu uuwuHuugoi on mm ana was beating him when Warren introduced his pen knife. - A CORRECTION. The Chronicle made a mistake Sat urday night in stating that the Fourth ward delegates were tor Thompson. The tact is, that m that ward, in which Mr. E. McK. Goodwin resides, the delegates were instructed to vote for Mr. Goodwin. Cincinnati Produce Market. PORK ltegular not quoted. LAUD Kettle-dried not quoted. BACON Short clear sides 6.256.30. WHISKEY Sales 1,110 barrels finished gooas on xno oasis oi 1.12 per gallon for wines. hiKh Nashville Produce Market. Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 11. Wheat closed firm; No. 2 red winter 1.00. Corn firm and active; white milling eacked 62. For Patronizing the Moseley House. 1 I am pleasantly located, near all that is of interest and on the main street, where all the elite of the city pass, and opposite the large dry goods house of W. II. & E. S. Tucker & Co. 2 1 find everything neat and clean at the Moseley House, and leel as if at home, for they mate me so. 3 I find the Dining Hall for Ladies and Gentle-nen well cared lor and as pleasant as any seaside resort-no Hies, and the llotating Fly Fans keep one cool and pleasant, while I can enjoy one of the good meals you can al ways get at the Moseley House for $50 cents. 4 An enterprise that the travelling public should appreciate and patronize is the Mose ley House. (july!7-tf wm mi mm company, J. M. BroughtonSec'y and Treas, FOR RENT. A very neat 5-room cottage on Saun ders' Hill new house, excellent wa ter, $12.50. 5-room cottage, No. 517 E. Jones street. A good place at the small price, l s.63. it Ht m MM 6-room, 2-story Blount st., $12.50. house, 421 South Naval Stores. Wilmington, N. C, Aug. 9 Spirits tur pentine steady to-day at 33. llosin quiet; strained 95 ; good do. 1;00. Tar firm at 1.40. Crude Turpentine firm; hard 1.25; yellow dip 2.35; virgin 2.35. COliN Firm. White 62; yellow 00. Good Strict The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, Is. C, Aug. 11 5 p.m. 1 1 iv in. - . lls Market nominal with nothing doin Store for Rent and Personal Property for Sale. FOR, RENT! The store recently occupied by L H Adams on Wilmington street. Possession given at once. Will also rent 3d and 4th floors of Adams building. 1 Sa11 at Public auction, on Thursday, the 11th day of September, 1890, at the court house in Raleigh, one shingle machine and at tachments, now in L. H. Adams' store on Wil mington street. Sale made by virtue of mort gage favor J. T. Adams and the trust from 1j. li. Adams. Will ofier for sale at engine and boiler, 15-horse nower. l'erms of sale cash. Time 12 m W. H. PACE, Trustee. one jood repair. augl2-30d Death of Ed. II. Turrentine. At Durham, Sunday morning, after but a day's illne3s, Mr. Ed. B. Turren tine passod from life unto death. He was 27 years of age, a member of the Odd Fellows and the Ancient Order of United Workmen, also secretary of Trinity church Sunday school. At tho time of his death ho held the responsi ble position of stamp clerk of the Black well Co operative Tobacco company. Weather Report. Washington, Aug. 11. Forecast for Virginia: Generally fair; northerly winds; slightly warmer. North Carolina: Fair; northeasterly winds; slightly warmer. lialeigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 7G; minimum temperature G2: rain fall 00. inches. Local forecast for Raleigh and yieinity for today: Fair weather; slightly warmer; northeasterly winds. Settle your accounts before the sale. 3t J. S. Wynne, Trustee. We Have the $10. For the man who brings the first bale of new cotton to Raleigh this season. Mr. Higgs, of the firm of Hurst, Purnell & Co., of Baltimore, handed us the check for the amount on Saturday. We make the additional offer of the best $10 suit of clothes we have in the store to the man who bring3 in the second new bale. When we offer a $10 suit of clothes it means really more than $10 in cash would mean; for a suit that we sell far $10 would cost you anj where else $12.50 at the very least. You know this is true. Everyone knows it's so. Cloth ing is not all we sell cheap either. We sell shoes, trunks, carpets notions, hats and dry goods of all kind?-, cheaper than me cneapest. we snail naye a bior stock this Fall and we w ill sell it cheaper than we have ever done before. Wq want everybody to trade with us. At Swindell's, INSTITUTE, Raleigh, N. C. Srtti?1 year 0f this old school, its ISt .year at Raleigh, begins I?1? 3 I89- PbotessoS A? JtAUMA5N, who needs no commen dation anywhere in the South.will oVTT - -LJLiv. wnose repu tation is unsurpassed, will contin ue to preside over the Art Dk partmext Every Teacher in the faculty is a specialist in ner department. Address: JAMES DIXWIDDIE, M.A. (Lniversity of Virginia) Principal, Raleigh, N. C. 6 rooms and kitchen, 2-story house No. 530 E. Jones st. One of the most comfortable places in the city, for merly occupied by J. AI. Broughton. S1G.GG. ' 3-room cottage, North st., near R. & G. K. R. Shops, $7.50. 2-rooms and kitchen. East st. roarnf k r C TV T i r ' vi u. oc u. mot. ior colored, $5.00. FORSALE ! Five-room house in excellent neighborhood 10 minutes' walk from capitol. Lot 30x2lo' Rents readily for $100 per year. Will sell at the low price oi $G50. J. M. nnnirmiTnv Office oyer Lee, Johnson & Co.'s Drugstore. 1111 illii CHEAP EXCURSION BATES. Did you ever 8ee tho like of it? It ia Kuper to travel now than stavS-Vi. - "J '"H U.K 1IU1L1 OTJE LOW PEICES. We d-w-tf BATTERY PARK HOTEL Asheville, N. C. ' Open throughout the year. Elevation 2 finn feet; average eummer temTftrt;i 2? il600 ir.lliril. iUC magnificent aMnunr TT i V' elevator: eletrin Hot Ctf, ay?rauhc . . ' V , o" "iu utJUS; mUSiC hall tennis i court, ladies' billiard parlor and w' ling alley. Beautiful drive P,0w- ii very. xso mosquitoes primea matter apply to jneio-zmos j. and firRt-rOoc, E or descriptive B. STEELE, Majugeb. UOTH1ERS SHATTERS BURLINGTON ACADEMY BURLINGTON, n! C. ' FallTermonenH AnrrQ4. i, ot teachers well select o- Corp. 53- Boys and girla prepared ?uild to meet the demand 'ed t0r College. W1LBXJK R ORJIOND WHS.. POLLY-TICKS. Howdy, howdy, howdy'e do, How is your wife and how are you, And how ia the baby too. EVAFORATED CREAM, EVAPORATED CREAM, A perfect and Natural Food for infants, more readily digested than dairy MILK. A DELICACY For Coffee, Fruits, Deserts, lee Cream &c., &c., o Highland Brand Evapora ted Cream, Endorsed by the Medical Fraternity. TRADE SUPPLIED AT MANUFAC TURERS' PRICES. -By- W. C. & A. B. STRONACII. GROCERS AND CANDY 31 -F ACTURERS, RALEIGH, N. C. WHOLESALE PRICE $3 50 per case of 43 cases, $1.73 eta. per dozen. THE IMPEKIaL gkanu.m, oo oo GREAT MEDLSINAL FOOD FOU IN FANTS, INVALIDS AND CHILDREN, From personal knowledge and ue of IMPERIAL GRANUM. WE, W. G. & A. B. STRONAGH, Believe Imperial Granum to be the best of all Infant Foods. TRADE SUPPLIED AT IMPORTED PRICES. Cream Lunch Biscuit, The beat in the World-Delicate and Delicious. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Larrabee's Cream Lunch. W. C & A. B. STRONAGH, Manufacturers' Agekts or TOBACCO FLUES. StyfeTaf1? T Flues all flue as III ffL IS1" to make as koch! j xxi me orate. I put SEVEN RIVETS IS EVERY JOINT. OANK MILLS, " xxj 1U1LLS, I EVAPORATORS COOK STOVES, COOK STOVES, and BACCO FLUES. TOBACCO FLUES. Keepectfully, J. O. S. LUMSDEN, BAlilQH, K. C. tner Cooj n Civil kT? LC""V:"S" YOUNG MEN. ESJdlOrchtS piTV """ Carf.-t Cornel Ur. iOtbrm Pm .L"TWWr. with full r-tk-u- juy30 d2w-wlmo WANTED l Situation aa StenosrajH'r Jien J.yPWriter b a yS Wy of expe-Addre39 Jnel5-tr MISS f ALLIE K. STEVENS, McClammy, N. 0.