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' -. .... , , -,-, r r.- n ii if vrTii HALEIGH IN BMEF. LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND AUOUM) Till: CAI'Iiaj.. Hhort Item of News Gathered on the Fly by the Chronicle's Itcporters. A number of people enjoyed a barbe cue at Mr. L. K. Wyatt'a farm yester day. The excursion of the Workingmen's Relief Association goes to Littleton next Saturday. Attention is called to the mortgage salo of valuable property by J. N. Hold ing, Esq., mortgagee. Seven convicts were brought to the penitentiary yet tcrday four from Ire dell, two from Johnston and ono from . , T; I Some COMING AND GOING. Knotr and ol The t Folks You rf&3ir Doings THE CHRONICLE OBJECTS AGAIN, Mr. Ceo. 1L Wain wright, of Wilson is in the city. ! Mr. J. A. Crews, of tho Wilmington Messenger, is in tho city. Mrs. F. A. Olds is quite sick at her residence on Salisbury street. Miss Katie Jones left for Richmond yesterday to spend some weeks. Mr. Van McMackin is spending some Anva bore with relatives and friends. MissMattio Gray, of Winston, is on a visit to the Misses Brown, on Wilming ton street. J. C. L. Bird, Esq., of Marion, is in tho city attending the convention ana visiting friends. And so Docs Everybody ElseTo the Substitute of Gas ioi Electricity. The street light business is beginning HP HI? WORLD'S COMMENCE. to be a sore and hackneyed subject. It has taken more than a year to do noth ing with a matter thxt might have been settled and arranged properly and satis factorily, if the proper backbone had been shown by partita to whom the mat ter has been entrusted. Briefly stated, the city has a contract with the Raleigh Lightii g company for a period of five years. The contract calls for a sixty thousand candle power electric service. But little over half that power is being supplied, and nine lights in various parts U the city do not burn at all. The po- pie in those sections are m darkness, and are New Yore, Aug. 20. - Mers. bard, Price & Company, in cotton circular to-night eay English spinners still seem ;Iub- their The disinclined to come to the support of the Liverpool market. Futures closed easy at 3-G4d. decline. The market hero has declined some ten points for August on the liqui dation of long cotton entirely. There w not been any fresh s-'-hort selling, as n n hoar ar detened by the fear ftivther reduction of the local siock The total sales of futures to-day were ?.. fiOO bales. Fatnres closed steady but dull as fol- OJL. JUL ALE 9 ' '" SCHOOL o The Advent Term of the Session of 'fM m begin September 11th. For Catalogue, iitMress THE EECTOIL BENNETT SMEDKS, A. M julyl3-2m of a ows: Moeklenburz. " I . , , , . . I lUUSO Btcnuus die iu u.uiiucar, aim ait) A gamo of baseball was played here Mr. S. T. Smith left the city yesterday grumbling aild ccln plaining with good Yesterday by the colored clubs 01 iuu- on a uusmtss my iu uw kjho, cauge cigh and Portsmouth. Ralegh scored gone several days. The lighting committee complains that f2G; Portsmouth 0. Mr. Ed. V. Denton left the city last it is losing money by the contract though vnr t.rin to Baltimore and it is not being fully complied with. The streets or in tho light committee or in the other Northern cities in the interest of nis ousiuess. Tbo Chronicle was glad yesterday to seo Mr. Wiley B. Forr, of Wayne, who was a delegate from his county to the State convention. Mr. S. M. Gattis, Clerk of the Superior Court and Mr. 0. D. Hooker, ol iiills board of aldermen. Business ana ngnis arc what is wanted now. Tho trustees of the A. and M. college hold a meeting yesterday, but nothing of special interest was brought up. Thcro will bo auother meeting in a few days. II. 8. Smith, Grand Master of Masons, has postponed the meeting of the Direc tors of the Oxford Orphan Asylum for the election of a Superintendent, until Scptomber 2d. Tho little daughter of Mr. T. Q. Gat tis, who resides near the eastern limits nf thn eitv. diedcarlv yesterday morning, rf t - . ,7 1 1 city has asked the company to dissolve the conteact, but the company will not do thi3 voluntarily. Instead, they come forward with a proposition to furnish a small number of electric lights and a couple of hundred gas lights all of which would supply but half the light ing power called for by the contract. And for this service the lighting com- A.UgUSt; Si-ptember October November December January February March; April In Liverpool cotton was l-16d lower; middling uplands 6 l-2d; sales 4,000 bales. Cotton. 11 55-57 10 8384 10 57-58 10 42-43 10 42-43 10 46-47 10,5051 10 53-54 11 5860 THE PERFECT SUFlHER REROt MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEl 5 HOT SPRINGS, 1ST. O. Bracing mountain air, beautiful scenes lu-iUi. pleasure, home comforts and an unexcelled t liio i.sii iard room, bowling alley, shooting waller tennis, ;i pool 'er Wrc k. er Heck. boro, were in the city yesterday to atteud pany wants the same $4,000 per annum the State convention. Mr. Will X. Coley, editor of the Davie Times, called to see U3 yesterday. He says that tho Democrats stand a better chance of carrying Davie than ever before. which the contract says must be paid for a sixty thousand candle power service. These are not the full particulars, but the substantial facts. And now the city light committee has had a meeting; and the Chronicle aged 10 years, lhe tuncrai toos piace f . . & Linehan. went to the in tho afternoon at 4 o clock. northern markets yesterday, where he Mr. Furman Betta who was accidou- will purchase a magnificent stock of tally shot in the exciting and fatal chase clothiDg. of a negro by a Baleigh police eomo time , ,leWates yesterday the u - v tlvery, mocratic Tim W. C. T. U. will meet this after- nominee for the Senate in the 36th Di.-- lioon at . o Clock, at lue resiueucu ui met. jic is joiug 10 ub nwicu iwu m learns that the lighting company's pro- Mr. Johu W. Cross, of tho prominent position was seriously entertained. to have City. Hale j Tone. Mk't Kct- Galvcetoa, 466 'Easy 11 1-4 1C7 Norfolk, 2 Nom'l 11 1-2 Baltimore, .... Dull 12 0-0 100 Boston, Quiet 11 15-16 3 Wilmington, Dull 10 3-4 5 Philadelphia . . Quiet 12 1-2 Savannah, 100 Steady 10 7-8 5G7 NewOrleaiiS 10 Nom'l 11 1-4 408 Mobile, 100 Quiet 11 1-8 87 ilomphia, .... Nom'l 11 3-8 7 Augusta, 36 Quiet 1? 3-8 43 Louisville, Steady 12 0-0 ... St. Louis, ... Nom'l 111-2 Ex. 231 3000 well-equipped livery, ball room, music, swinmun; ana miming suits as at seasnores. HOTEL RATES : - - $15.00 to S'1.00 P( WHAT GOV. FOWLE SAVS: ' Hot Springs, Sept. 2, 1889. In 18G0 I was a visi tor at this delightful spot. For frwciitv-iiiim recollections of that visit were constantly in my mind" Again it has been my good fortune to visit Avithin the circle of these beautiful mountains, and I can consist ently declare that nowhere in America have I found t sweeter or more restful spot than these springs. It 1 the Gem of the Mountains. In air, baths and waters it has no superiors. May it continue to nrnsnftr. rivji health and strength and rest to the sick and Ave-rv, and adding a more abundant enjoyment to the rob ust and healthy." DAN'li G. FCWLE. HEALTHIEST PLAGE IN AMERICA. of a negro by a itaicigu pouco wm um- h delegates yesterda ago, has so far v?,!0 Ciironiclb was glad to see I. T. A as to bo able to bo at his father s store. h . fa D Qi honor his district in the Senate. Paleigh pocp'e are Weather Itrport. Mrs. J. W. Thackston, comer of Jones and McDowell streets. A full attendance is desired, as business of importance is to bo prescntod. Thero arc quiet rumors among the architects to the effect that tho new union depot will bo one of the haud Romost railroad structures in the country. It is hoped that ample facilities will bo bceu spending some time provided for lunch. L. 11 Exline, Esq , sheriff of Chatham county, is tho first to send to tho State auditor an abstract of county taxfs, which means that he is ready to settle tho county taxes with tho treasurer. Chatham leads this year. The Chronicle yesterday said that Mr. N. Nowby, of By son City, was ed itor of the luckaseegee Democrat, it portion. was a big error, occurring mrougn care lessness rather than ignorance. Mr. Newby is editor of tho Swain county Herald. The stockholders meeting of tho At lantic and North Carolina railroad com pany takes place to-day at Morehead City. An excursion train free to all stockholders will leave Goldsboro this morniug at 8 o'clock. Don't forget the meeting of tho Youug Men's Democratic club at the Mayor's oflico to-night. Let every member be promptly on hand and take an active part in the reorganization and election of officers for tho coming campaign. dad to see and greet and welcome to his old homo Mr. Peter F. Pescud, of New Cleans. He bas hosts of acquaintances and warm would get better; but friends here who shake his hand with to have been m vain. genuine pleasure, lie came down yes terday from Asheville, where he has Such a proposition ought not been noticed. The terms of that con tract ought to be complied with, and complied with quick ; and if not com plied with, that contract ougbt to be nullified. The light company can't hold tho city as party to a contract which is not b?ing complied with, and no "backboney" set of men would allow such a thing. Tho whole matter seems to have bsen man aged in a loose and careless sort of man ner. People have been keeping com paratively quiet, hoping that things these nopos seem Baltimore Bond Market. B vLTiaioiiE, Md., Aug. 20. Virginia consols 52. do. teulorties U9; do. threes G'JX70. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago. Aug. 23. --Wheat opened lower; coru opened quiet; oats opened irregular; provisions openod steady. Closings: VHEAT September 1.04; May 1.12. cOKN September 49; October i(jy,; May 53$. OATS-Septeraber 3G; October 3GK; May rOttK September 11.3G; October 10.75. LAUD Soptember 0.30; October G.42, 015. mii--oepiemuur 0.437,, uctooer 0.01. WHEN ISflHflHHOTfiHaH? MUSIC Washington, Aug. 20. For Virginia showers; southerly winds; slight changes in temperature, except cooler in south west portion. For North Carolina, local showers; lighting on southerly winds; stationary temperature bring Veproach upon themselves and a in eastern sliehtlv cooler in western disgrace to the city The authorities seem to think that they have saved themselves from blame by refusing to pay the company tho full amount called for by the contract. But this is not the kind of business wanted. The people want lights and are willing that a far; price should bo paid lor them. Any board of aldermen that will now permit a return to the old system of gas the "moon schedule will New York Produce Market. FLOUR Closed firm; fine grades spring 2.252 75; Southern strong; trade and family extras 4.005.35. WHEATClosed lowor. No. 2 red cash 1.101.11; No. 2 red August 1.08. CO.HN Closed steady;' No. 2 mixed Au gust 55 xt. OATS-Closed quiet; No. 1 whits 47: No. 2 mixed August 43. POliK Closed firm; mess 12.5013.25. LAUD-Closed steady; September G.53. SUGAli ltefmed lirm; cut loaf and crush ed 0; powdered 0 56. COiTKL;- 20K. Hath charms to soothe the eavago breast OUR LOW PRICES Are equally fascinaiing to all. PALL STOCK Men's Boys' and Children's Clothing. Ilata Shoes, Underwear, Trunks, &c, are arriving every dav. Wo will make it to your interest to inspect our stock anu prices oeiore uuying elsewhere Closed firm ; fail lUo Raleigh yesterday; Maximum temper ature 89; minimum temperature 70; rain fall, .04 Demand tor Stenographers. Thero were splendid breaks at our ware houses yesterday and new tobacco sold well. Mr. J. Harris, of Franklin, sold ono load at Jones' Warehouse at $12.50, $24.00, 27.00, $35.00 and $50.00, mak ing an average of $30.00 around on the entire lot. It is being emphasized very strongly throughout South Carolina the import ance of an Alliance stenographer in each county. If this is carried out there will bo a great demand for stenog raphers, and there will not bo near enough of them to supply the demand. It is reported that it is very hard to fill the demand now for male stenographers in our commercial business. The Baltimore Herald says: "The surest thing in the way of an appoint ment through the Civil Service is to pass as Stenographer and Type-writer. Every male who has passed this examination has been immediately appointod, and the demand is so great that the com- S FECIAL NOTICES, Now that their grape crop has befn abjut gathered and sold, Messrs. Whit ing Bos. are giving their entire atten tion to replenisiiing their stock with new Fall Goods. Almost daily they are re ceiving everything in the way of Cloth ing, Hats, Hboes, Underwear, Trunks, &c. They invite inspection before buy ing elsewheie. mission cannot sunnlv it." For somo time past thero have been Chief Examiner SVebster says: "There two or threo land and improvement ig a large demand for Stenographers and companies in Durnam, controlling in Type-writers." There is no trouble, Mr. tho agRrecrate about eight hundred acres Webster savs. "for a s?ood Stenocranher of land. All these companies have been to get a good position if he is willing to merged into ono, and it is said that a accept a salary of $900 per year. The big pile of money will be spent on im proving and beautifying tho property. THE FIRST BALE OF COTTON. It Wins n Prize of Ten Dollars. Sells for 10 3-1 Cents. And demand is steadily on the increase for such aid, and the time is drawing very near when every business man with a correspondence of any size will employ such help to aid him to expedite his business. Raleigh young men have a splendid opportunity to larn stenography in the Raleigh business college; and in view of the increasing demand for this profess ion, they should make the most of their A HINT TO WIVES. Tho first balo of now crop cotton was brought to tho city yesterday at 4:30 o'clock. It waa brought in by Mr. Peter Tool, excellent opportunities. of Auburn. Tho cotton was taken from the field on Tuesday and was ginned yesterday after twelve o'clock. The balo was sold at auction on Ex ct aogo Square, by Mr. J. I. Thomasson, and waa bought by Mr. E. B. Barbee, of W. II. A: R. S. TUCKER & CO. Special Prices on Ladies' Fine Shoes. After overhauling oar stock, wo have decided to closo out several lines of la dies' fine shoes. These are not shop worn. Popular styles and sizes to tit any one. Some at half price. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Carpets at Swindell's will continue To be sold at of tho Former Price up to the 1st of September. Boys' suits will also Be Continued at cost Up to Same date at Swindell's. New Goods will commence coming in Early next week. VVe Shall receive one of the largest Stocks you ever saw this season At Swindell's Cincinnati Produce Market. POUK Regular 12.00. 2.12; laniily 12.U) (Tr 12.25. LAUD -Kettle-dried BACON Closed: thort clear sides G. 0.50. WHISKEY Sales 127S barrels finished goods on the basis of 1.13 per gallon lor high wines. CLOTHIERS SHATTERS Nashville Produce Market. Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 20. Wheat steady; No. red winter 1.03. lirm; white milling 62. closed Corn Naval Stores. Wilmington, N. C, Aug. 20. Spirits tur pentine steady to-day .at4"J3. lloein steady; strained 90 ; good 9o. 05. Tar firm at 1.40. Crude Turpentine firm; hard 1.25; yellow dip 2.10; virgin 2.10. COltN Firm. White G2; yellow GO. The Citv Cotton Market. Raleigh, N. C. Aug. 20 5 p.m. Good Middling 1111 Strict Middling . . WA Middling 11MH Strict to Middling 11 Stains 1111M aiarKet nominal with nothing doing. ULEIBB ESAL ESTATE CD1IM, J. M. Broughton, Sec'y and Treas. FOR REIVT. ji el J2-story uweiiiug, jso. 208 Halifax rooms, slG.OG. A very neat 5-room cottage on Sauu ders' Hill new house, excellent wa ter, S12.50. 5-room cottage, No. 517 E. Jones street. A good place at the smal price, $8.33. 6-room, 2-story house, 421 South Blount at., $12.50. 3: iii ii! til lit- Jyiil -JUST IN- 1,000 LBS. THIS SEASON'S PACKING -FAHOVS FINEST OF ALL HAMS fito 10 lbs., lcclb. -25 Kits NEW PAT WHITE NO. 2 MACKEREL, 10 lb3. Net $1.75 Each. 25 Kits SELECTED SHAD pioe:; 10 lb. Kits $1 50 Each. 20 BloL NEW BIUGIIT NORTH CAROLINA CUT HERRINGS. City Produce Market. Reportod for the State Chronicle by W. C. & A. B. Stronach, Wholesalo and Retail Grocers. iHgi 2-rooms and kitchen, East st, rear of D. & D. Inst, for colored, $5.00. -FOR SALE- The wife of to-day might find the bi ography of her grandmother profitable reading. She was not wise in Greek and Hebrew, and never dreamed of Ibsen, gentlewoman to the W. II. & It. S. TUCKER & CO. yet was a gentlewoman to tne core, in tho firm of Barbco & Barbee, for 10J whom the heart of her husband safelv coats per pound. trusted, because she did him good and Immediately after tho salo, a member not evil all the days of her life. Helen of D. T. Swindell's Big Racket store Jay, in Harper's Bazar. . .. . i -r i 1 11 Biepneu up 10 jar. 1001 anu presenieu him with a check for ten dollars this being a cash prizo offered by Mr. J. A. Iliges, for tho first bale of cotton brought to tho Raleigh market. The party who brings tho second balo of cotton to the Raleigh market will be givon a suit of clothes by Swindell's Racket Store Mr. G. B. Alford, of Holly Springs, who was here yesterday, said that he would have a bale of new cotton hero to-morrow. Tho earliest date on which new cotton lias been received iu Raleigh was August 17th, in 1882. It was reported that this record would bo broken this year, and it probably Try it! Try it! Try it! Try What? Try w liat ? lry tho wonderful Panacea water. The great wonder-working water which cures dyspepsia, liver a-. 1 kidney troub- Geese, 40c Ducks, 25 to 40c Turkeys, 10c. lb Chickens, 15 to 32 l-2c -Uggs, 10 to 11c Tork, 6c eet, 5c Hams, 11 to 12 l-2c White peas, bush. 1.35 Black and clay do. 1.20 JN. U. Cut HerriDer. $G.50 Bbl. Gross " 2,50 Bbl. Mullets, 3,00 Bbl Koe Herring, $3,00 1-2 Bbl. Raleigh, N. C, Aug. 20. Sweet potatoes, GOc Dried peaches,peeled, 10c. lb Dried peaches, un- peeled, 3c lb Dried apples, 4 to 5c lb Dried damsons, 10c lb Dried blackberries, 8c Dried whortleber ries, 10c Hay, per hun. 50c Fodder, " 90 to 1.00 Shucks, " 40c Wheat straw, 40c Broom straw, 2c bun. A general grocery business; small, new stock at one of the best suburb stands m any part of the city. Has alwaya enjoyed a largo trade; stock now light, and will sell cheap for the purpose of changing residence. Tho store is a good one, and has room for family resi dence in apart of the house if so desired; rent cheap. Any one desiring to go into busi ness on a email capital would do well to en quire of us. J. M. BROUGHTON, Office over Lee, Johnson & Co.'a Drug Store. aug7-tf ies, chronic diirho rcrofula and eczema. It is pleasant and harm:, s Superb for children, pariLularlv when teething. Superb in all e'es .01 dtbility and loss of cure you at your Silk, Jetted and Lace Capes. Advance styles for early fall. Have also some from last season, all in tho same lot, but prices on some of those carried over, one half. W. H. & R S. Tucker & Co. auglO 3t OPEN TO THE WORLD. I The Beautiful Embryo City of Linville Has Telegraphic Communication With the Outside World. (Special to State Chronicle.) Linville, N. C, Aug. 20. Linville would havo been but for a spell of wet communicates by wire to-day, and takes weauier wnicn aoiayea tne opening or this Urst opportunity of greeting the iuu coiton. citizens of Raleigh. Southern Manufactures. Tho Curonicle yesterday referred to extensive preparations going on in Mr. J. T. Patrick's office for the sending out to Northern fairs the many samples of Sonthorn manufactured goods and the natural products of our soil of mineral naturo, its woods and precious stones. Ono exhibit has already gone and the socond will go forward in a few days. Until then the citizen? of Raleigh will havo an opportunity to soo a very large display of the oloths manufactured at the Mississippi mill at Wesson, Miss. These samples are now hung upon the BASEBALL AT WINSTON. The Winston Club DoAvn the Charlotte Nine. Special to State Chronicle.1 Winston, N. C, Aug. 20. The Wins ton boys played Charlotte a beautiful game this afternoon and beat them again by score of G to 3. Battery for Winston, Jones and Lanier; for Char lotte, Zimmerman and Bennett. Ewart Renominated. Special to State Chronicle. Asheville, N. C. Aug. 20. The Re- walla in the Agricultural building. These publicans of the Ninth district to-day re Northern fair exhibits advertise tho nominated Hamilton G. Ewart for Con South generally, and specially our State gress by acclamation at a convention ana our own fcttato fair. , inWavnesvillo. m appetite. It will homes. Sold by King & McGee, James Mclvimraon & Co. and II. Simpson. If your druggist does not, keep it ?end $-1.00 for .i ci of .six ailous f. o b. to John A. Williams, Head Agency U. S. A. Oxford, N. C. - 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, take Lemon Elixir. For sleeplessness and nervousness, take Lemon Elixir. For loss of appetite and debility, take Lemon Elixir. For fevers, chills and malaria, take T T-ll ' lemon JMixir. Dr. Mozley'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 els. Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, At lanta, ija. 50c. and $1.00 per bottle, at drug gists. A. Prominent Minister AVrites. Alter ten years of great suffering from indigestion with great nervous prostration, biliousness, disordered kid neys and constipation I have been cured by Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir and am now a well man. Rev. C. C. Davis, Eld. M. E. Church, South, No. 23, Tatnall St., Atlanta, Ga, till octlst. Thur&Sun KTotice of Sale. By virtue of authority given in a mortgage executed by Burton Mangum and wife, and recorded in the llegister's office of Wake county, in Book 106, page 144, I will sell on Saturday, the 20th day of September, 1890, at 12 o'clock m, at the court house door of Wake county, in the city of Raleigh, the real estate described and conveyed in said mortgage, the same consisting of two lots, situate in Wake Forest township, near Wake Forest College. adjoiniug tho lands of the late J. S. Puretoy, the late W. G. Simmous, the late W. T. Wal ters, and Caroline Montague, containing 3 acres, more or les?, and fully described in said mortgage, which is hereby referred to as part oi mis notice. Terms ol sale cash. J. N. HOLDING Mortgagee. aug20 dtds Missed, Lost or Stolen. Since July.a small gold watch w ith red enam eled lace. Any one returning same will be liberally rewarded. Return to 301 E. Jones street, and no questions asked. augl5-lw MRS. JUSTICE'S SCHOOL Will begin at her residence, 223 North Mc Dowell street, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. augl2-d2w THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF AGRICULTUBE AND MECHANIC "arts 0-0 Will begin its second session on Sep tember the 4th 1890. The new and large shop buildings for work ing in iron and wood, will be ready for occu pation, and all the departments are equipped for thorough work. Expenses are less than in any similar college in existence. For further particulars, address ALEXANDER Q. HOLLADAY, PKEST. IULEion, N. U. e-o-din d and 1-a-w-in w lm. WANTED- I want a lady teacher to teach a family school for girls. A lady of middle ago and and some experience preferred. Address C. W. WIGGINS, Rowland, N. C. STRATTOK & STORM'S -AU, HAVANA GIGARS. 25 In IiOX, $1.00 and $1.23 per box, SOLD BY BOX ONLY.. -STRATON & STORM'S- ROBERT BURNS, 10c.,3for25c. NEW ORLEANS CUSTOM HOUSE AND U. S. A. CIGARS At Manufacturers' Prices. W. C. & A. B. STRONACH, CKOCEUc AND CANDY 31 AN I ; F A CT U 1 1 E ItS , RALEIGH, N. C. GOOD REASONS For Patronizing the Moseley House. 1 I am pleasantly located, near all that i3 of interest and on the main street, where all the elite of the city pass, and opposite the large dry goods house of 'Y. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. 2 I find everything neat and clean at the Moseley House, and leel aa if at home, for they make me so. 3 innd tne ummg Hall for Ladies and Orentlemen well cared lor and as pleasant as any seaside resort no flies, and the Rotating 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 snouia appreciate ana paironize is tne Mose ley House. (julyl7-tf augl9d-3t Select Boarding and Day School For Young Ladies and Little Girls. Hillsboro, - - N. C. The sixty-third term of the Misses Nash and Miss Kollock's school will open Sep tember 4 1800. Circulars on application. June 12 deod-w3m Store for Rent and Personal Property for Sale. FOR RENT! xne store recently occupied by L. n. Adams, on Wilmington street. Possession given at once. Will also rent 3d and 1th floors oi Aaams Duildmg. 1 will sell at trablic auction, on Tbi,rrti7 the 11th day of September, 1890, at the court house in Raleigh, ono shingle machine and at- lacnmenta.now in u. u. Adams' store on Wil mmgton street. Sale made by virtue of mort gage favor J. T. Adams and the trust from L. H. Adams. Will offer for sale at same time one engine and boiler, 15-horso power, in good repair. Terms of aale cash. Time 12 m. MVU4M W H- SJSS. TOBACCO FLUES. I am rnakins: a lot of Tobacco Finos nil Styles and Sizes. I claim to make as ckm! Hue as any one iu the State. I put SEVER IUVEI5 IS EVERY JOIST. SPECIALTIES : OANE MILLS, I CANE MILLS, EVAPOKATORS, 1 EVAPORATORS, COOK STOVES, COOK STOVES, J. AND TOBACCO FLUES. TOBACCO FLUES. -r.-r-Respectfully, O. S. LUMSDEN, RAT.FIOH. X. C. RALEIGH MALE ACADEMY. Thirteenth Session 1st. Opens Sept. Boya and young men given a throu-h course preparatory to college or for the u -tive buoinesa pursuits of lite. Arrangement made for boarding pupils from a disuact. For catalogues, terms, testimonials, c, ad dress the Principals, augll-diw ilORSON & DENSOX. HENXESA HOUSE, Murphy, N. C. This popular Hotel has been newly fur nished all through r:ml enlarged to meet tj"- aemands ol increasing patronage, anu ij comfort of health -seekers. BOARD REASONABLE. julyl3-2ia J, 11. HEHNESA, Prop'r.