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STATE CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30.
KALEKM IN IHilEF. vommi AND COING. Y. M. D, 0. LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND AIIOUNI) THE CAPITAL. Short Items ol .News (lathered ou the Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. Tho board of county commissioners will meet in regular session on Monday. A chime of bells is to be placed in the Catholic Church of tho Sacred Heart by next Christmas. It is rumored that a canning factory is to bo established in the western sub urbs of tho city during tho year. Tho Chronicle is still booming ahead. Thirteen new daily subscribers per day is tho average sinco last Tuesday's re port. Let everybody koep thinking about tho trades procession for the fair. It must bo a big thing sure enough this timo. All tho outgoing trains were pretty well crowded yesterday by delegates re turning homo from tho "spotted" con vention. Tho full corps of professors for Wake Forest College has gathered there, and m . I- i 1 V J i mi is ready for tho work o the new session, tew clays to rest vritn his iamny. xne Some of The Folks You Knot, and Their Doiuss. Gen. William R. Cox is in the city. He v. K. II. Whitaker went up West yesterday. Judge T. IJ. Womack arrived in the city last evening. Mr. C. W. Rust, of Atlanta, is spend ing a few days in the city. Col. W. L. Saunders returned yester day from Cleveland Springs. Miss Dora Huskey has gone to Mount Vernon Springs to spend some time. Prof. J. A. Holmes, of the State Uni versity, went up to Asheville yesterday. Messrs. S. N. Baxton, of Jackson, and W. B. Shepherd, of E-Jonton, are regis tered at the Yarboro. Among tho distinguished delegates to the Republican State convention Thurs day was Hon. U. G. Ewart, Congress man from the Ninth district. VU1. ij. la. i. Uln., A imiucui jl iuu National Farmers Alliance, who has just finished a sixty days tour in which he travelled over 12,000 miles, reaehed home yesterday and will remain for a GETTING READY FOR A BIG CAMPAIGN. A great opening week is oxpected. Tho time for receiving bids for the dS construction of tho new union depot ex pires to-day. The bids will bo opened next wo?kand probably tho contract will bo given out. Fuirviow stock farm, owned by Capt. 13. P. Williamsom, will have a hose in every trotting race on the list for the next Stato fair. There will bo some fine trotting by one-year-olds. A "Crazy Tea and Butter Fly Festi val" will bo given in Odd Fellows Hall on Monday night by a number or young ladies. CuiiONiCLE is glad to welcome him home again from his grand tour where he has spoken eloquently to hundreds and thousands ot people. THE TRADES PROCESSION. Appro veil ThinsAnd The Chronicle's Efforts The Procession a Bis Everybody Wants It. Editor, Ciironicle : Your subscribers and readers are glad to know that you are moving in the matter of a trades' procession at the time of the next State Ten per cent of the proceeds Fair in October. The city owe3 the Oacj, will go to tho Soldiers' Home. Mr. John W. Cross, of the firm of Cross k Linehan has returned from the Northern markets, where he has secured ono of the neatest and nobbiest lines of clothing that ever delighted the eye of a man. Thoro is a strong probability of the building of a new cotton mill in Raleigh very soon. It is positively known that four capitalists havo subscribed $10,000 each for that purpose. This is pure fact. Somebody said yesterday that there are stronger to-day for having carried out was a charter in force for building a tnat great unaertaKing. railroad from Raleigh to Fayettcville, Go ahead. The citizens approve; through Harnett county, and wanted to other papers are helping; the managers know "what's tho matter with building of the fair want it; everybody wants it. A New Organization A Bright and Vigorous membership A Big Bri- ' gn.de ot the Young Democracy. The organization of the Young Demo cracy on Thursday night was under bril liant and promising auspices. A meeting had been called, and in re sponse to the call there was a large gath ering of the strongest and most vigorous and determined Democrats in the State. The club unanimously decided that a requisition of membership should be the SIGNING OF A PLEDGE TO SUPPORT WHOLLY AND HEARTILY AMD WORK FOR THE SUCCESS OF THE FULL STATE AND COUNTY DEMO CRATIC TICKETS. This was adopted with a hurrah and a whoop, and more than forty young Democrats stepped up to the secretary s table and showed great anxiety to get hold of a pen for the purpose of signing the pledge. Some Working Committees. A committee was appointed to report at the next meeting the following : A vice-president irom eacn ward in the township. An executive committee consisting of one member from each ward. Also to report some eligible room or place for permanent club neadquarters The committee to whom, the above business was entrusted is composed of the following members: vv alter Womble, chairman; W. W. Upchurch, O. C. Wil liams, E. McK. Goodwin, W. H. Bain, Charles Dickson and Geo. Kennedy. The next meetiDg of the club will be held next Thursday night, and this com mittee is expected to moet before that time and transact its business. An Invitation to the State Association of Democratic Clubs. It was mentioned that the State Asso ciation of Democratic clubs had decided to meet at some eligible place in the State on September 24th, and the chair SPECIAL. NOTICES. T anted. A situation by a youth seventeen years old. Apply at this office. (aug29-tf) They are Here. The above refers to the New Stock of Shoes at Mclvimmon. Aioseiey k xuc Gee's, and they cordially iuvite the trade to call and see the new styles, wnetner they want to buy now or iater. No trouble to show goods at the three M's. . W. II. At It. S. Tucker V Co. City Produce 3Iarket. Reported lor the State Chho-ictt.e W. O. & A. B. Stronaeh, Wholesale and lietail Grocers. K.u.F.iaa, Ii. C. by Broom t raw, 2o Sur. Geese, 40e Ducks, 25 to 40c Turkeys, Chickens, 12 1-2 to 25 Egge, 12 1-2 to 15c Pork, 6e Beef, 5c Hams, 11 to 12 l-2c White peas, bush. Black and clay do. N. C. Cut Herring, Aug. 20. Sweet potatoes, 4:Oa50c Dried peaches, peeled, Dried peaches, im peded, (No dried fruit offer ing;) Dried apples. Dried darasons. Dried blackberries. Dried whortleberries, Hay, per mm. 40a50o " Mullets, 4.00ai.50 " lioe Herrmsr, $3.00 per half bbl. 5.25 Fodder, " 90 to 1.00 Shucks, Wheat Btraw, 4Ca Here is another line of Shoes we want to move. Misses high cut, oil goat, but ton Shoes, c.ip toe, tiz-js II to 2 to elosfe at 2.25. were $3.00. W. II. & K. S. Tucker & Co. Ladies' lland-scwed Shoes tor $3.50. We carry a complete line of these shoes, with and without patent leather tiiis. and thev please every lady who A. I W A Bargain in an Engine. A 9-Horse TALBOT ENGINE and C0-.3iw PBATT GIN, newly repaired aud iu perfect order, for sale at a great bargain. TERMS FAVOEABLE. Apply to aug29-lt ALLEN & CKAM. wants style and comfort and good wear TfoT G. RANDALL'S A RT OTUDIO, riTYihinPil NflW stnflr I ' ' . . . k Heller Bros. t. sept. 7. RALEIGH, N. C. A Might Mistake. (and you are the same) a large debt of gratitude for your work last year. The trades procession was the splen did result .of your work, and an honor to the city. The -getting up iind getting was requested to appoint a committee off such an enterprise is a great work; wita FULL powers to invite the associa- but for all that, there is real fun in it. But more than that, it is the best ad vertisement of the prosperity of Raleigh which can be made. There is no doubt that every business repre sented in that procession reaped a pecuniary benefit in the increased atten tion and patronage drawn to itself. You tho road." Observer. A Talented Young Artist of Raleigh. In ono of the windows of Fred A. Wat- Next Tuesday night is the time for the regular meeting of the chamber of com merce. Havo the new committees any thing fr rorrrt 2 TKn matter rf Vppnincr the Stato library open at night during son 8 art storQ 1S shown a splendid and the coming winter ought to have special richly executed oil portrait of Chief Jus attention. It will cost only $12.50 per tice John Louis Taylor, month. Surely this can be done. There is something expressive and We are selling lots of tobacco," said striking about it, and it arrests the whole a member of the tobacco board of trade attention of nearly every passer-by. yesterday. It is coming in right along. The painting was executed by Mr. Tho cures for the past few days are not James L. Busbee, of this city, from a the best. Tho tobacco is curing red and miniature portrait, spongy. Lugs will bo scarce this season, There is intellect and life expressed in and this fact will soon make the Ameri- the painting. The execution shows the can Tobacco company do some hustling, work of a rich and well directed artistic . . ... cr ' i l . . , talent a talent that has the power of A prominent city official stepped into feeling rather thaa mecbaiiical study. iueuuwiiwu .luui jrwtwuaj muiuiufc. x U would adora &M hQ & credifc tQ tfae was just as the spotted, mongrel Repub- studio of anv artist fl it for.fi tion to meet in Raleigh, to offer what ever inducements might be necessary, and to make all arrangements for the entertainment of the association in case the invitation was accepted. The fol lowing are the mombers appointed on that committee: B. O. Beckwith, chairman. Josephds Daniels. M. T. Leach. J. N. Holding. A. D. Jones. W. O. Stronach. W. E. Ashley. It is hoped that this committee will meet at the earliest possible moment. CENSUS MISTAKE. We made somewhat of a mistake in the advertisement in yesterday's Chron icle in regard to date. The fact is we were too busy to write a new adver tisement for that issue, and had the one for the previous day inserted a second time, hence the mistake. The date was wrong but tho ties we have for yon to see;and since we wrote thaf'ad" we have received a most elegant line of dress shirts for men and boys in all sizes and styles and to which we desire to call your attention along with the ties and scarfs. The line is very complete in all respects; in fact we think it is so near perfect that you cannot failto be pleased. The workmanship and material are first class in all the grades, and our prices are the lowest you will find for best grade goods guaranteed a perfect fit. New goods are arriving every day At Swindell's. On and after Sept. 1st, my Studio will bo open to a class of not less than ten, in Draw ing and Painting. W. G. li AND ALL. aug2G-lw WANTED. A REGISTERED PHARMACIST. Address ans26-lt Care "QUINIA," State Curoxicle. lican convention had left it. He spas modically grabbed his nose, shut his eyes and bolted out like lightning. Ho afterwards said: It is utterly astound ing to see how a mixed gang of white folks and niggers can stink up" up a ball. I'll have to turn the hoso loose on that hall for at least half a day. Morson & Denson's school will open on Monday next, and it will bo a splen did oponing. All tho students of last ses sion aro coming back with the exception of those who were prepared for college, and many new ones havo been admitted. Ono of the principals informs the Chron icle that thirteen new names wero put on tho roll This is Criminal Negligence or Ras cality ?This is a Sample ofthe Work Done in this State. (Special Cor. of State Chronicle.) Selma, N. C, Aug. 27, 1890. A short time sinca I wrote Mr. Madison Haw kins, supervisor of census of the Second district, asking him to give me the pop ulation of Selma and of Johnston county. Mr. Hawkins answered under dale of 23d inst., and gave the population of Selma as four hundred and twelve (412) and that of Johnston county twenty-six thousand nine hundred (26,1)00). I knew n cognition of the artistic power of the ho was in error in regard to tho popula young gentleman who painted it. tion of Selma, as I had the census of Mr. Busbee has also completed a very the town taken by the chief of police on handsome portrait of the late Dr. W. the 20th of May, 1889, when we had a H. McKee, father of Dr. Jas. McKee, of population of 533; so as soon as I re- tnis city, and this painting is said to be ceived Mr. Hawkins' report I directed THE WORLD'S COMMEKCE. RALEIGH MALE ACADEMY. Thirteenth Session Opens Sept. 1st. Boys and young men given a through course preparatory to college or for the ac tive L-uuiness pursuits of lite. Arrangements made for boarding pupils from a distance. For catalogues, terms, testimonials, ic, ad dress the Principals, augll-dlw MORSON & DENSON. FRESH FISH. New York, Aug. 29. Me&3rs. Hub bard, Price & Company," in their cotton circular to-night say : Four unimportant failures were reported from Liverpool this morning, and two other small concerns are supposed to be in a difficulty. The result was a very unsettled market, September declin ing some five-sixty-fourths and the more distant positions losing about two points; the close, however, was steadier. The market here was very steady and closed at the highest prices of the day for Sep tember, with the distant positions easier on Southern selling. Futures closed steady as follows: August Isominal September 10 6768 October 10 4243 November. 10 3331 December 10 3334 January 10 37 3S Februarv 10 4041 Marcl S 10 43-44 April 10 49-50 In Liverpool cotton was irregular and 1-16 lower; middling uplands G 3d;;sales 5,000 bales. Cotton. Fresh Fish Dealers Anywhere in North Carolina will find it to their interest to order from GEO. N. IVES, IMoreliestcl, 2ST. C. Having had twenty j-ears' in the experience FISH BUSINESS, I am prepared to furnish the BEST FISH -AT THE- lowest mm mi IN BOX LOTS. Address aug29-lw GEO. N. IVES, Morehead City, X. C. City. admirable by those who have seen it. School History of the Negro Race a Ilalcigh Colored SI an. By Prof. E. A. Johnston, of the Washing ton Graded school, colored, of this city, has prepared and is now arranging to issue a school history or text book of the last Thursday, and others Negro race for use in the schools. The book havo como in since that timo. Weather Itcport. will treat of tho race from its origin to date, giving a history of that people at home, in slavery, the exodus movement to Liberia, its work and progress and all facts in connection with the race. It will be a book of about 150 pages and will ba issued from the presses of Edwards & Droughtou's printing house, in ualeigh. this will be the onlv school Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 71; minimum temperature C2; rain fall, 2.25. Washington, Aug. 29. Forecast for Virginia, showers in eastern portion; fair in western portion; westerly winds; hist f tho N writtea so f d i"wlff in rmrt Ii moot olinrhH wnrmav in I . . . " . P ' -i 0"","J l n will be ready, it is thought, in the Hlllll.l IMIXII'l II I II I I II I a. " ' showers iu eastern portion; slightly warmer; winds shifting to northerly. . - The Cotton Factory Bonds. The 50,000 of bonds issued by the Raleigh Cotton Factory will begin to bear interest next Monday. A consid- T1IE COTTON FACTORY. A Market Secured for All Its Products. Mr. James E. Mitchell, a millionaire orable amount had beon sold un to this commission morchant of Philadelphia, eek ,anJ yesterday a Northern capital- few bonds are left now. and parties who the chief of police to take a correct cen sus of Selma, taking the name of the head of every family in tho town and the number of each family, color and sex, and find that we have a population of six hundred and seventy-three (G73), of which I give you the sex and color: White males 151 " females 144 295 Colored males 1G3 " females 215 378 Total population G73 You will see by the above that the population of Selma is reported by the census at 2(31 less than we have. Now. Mr. Editor, can you tell me how to get it counted ? I have no doubt but the population of Selma township and of ohnston county are as incorrect as is he town of Selma. Very respectfully, A. M. NoiiLE, Mayor cf Selma. We have written to Mr. Pouter about other mistakes aud will send him a marked copy of this paper. Editor. who makes a specialty of cotton yarns, was hero yesterday. llo camo hero to consult with the di rectory of tho Raleigh cotton mills, and bo closed a contract to take aud handle the ontire nroduct of tho mills all thnv can turn out. This means a permanent wearing uents' anoes, narrow and sure market for tho factory, and all ad wide toes at $1.50, $200, $2 50 aud .... - . Aft AA . .. 1 1 . tho mills havo to do now is to run right .ou, ana up, an sizes, ia Congress, want such investments should look after them on or before next Monday. Gents' Shoes. i aiougi Mr. Mitchell Is an expert in cotton manufacturing, and he decleres the Ral eigh plant is ono of the best one he ever saw. lie assorted that its products would find a ready marketand heavy demand, and that the mills would in all probability bo forced into doubling their capacity within two years1 time. Coins to Wake Forest College. Button and Lace, at Heller Bros. PEACE INSTITUTE. A Statement and a Request to Patrons From Prof. Dinwiddle, the New Principal. (Special Cor. State Chronicle.) Raleigh, N. C, Aug. 27th, 1890. Circumstances havo nrevented mp. frmn seeing many of the patrons of Peace In Raleigh will have a good representa tian at Wake Forest College during the stitute during tho summer, and I desire coming term. to take this opnortunitv of ronuestintr Tho following young gentlemen are lle .?ontined patronage and influence going: or a11 our old patrons, and of asking for Messrs. Walters Durham, Fred Howie, the favorable consideration of the corn Jonathan Wood, Arthur Perkinson, Wil- muPlt7 i general. It shall be our aim lie King, Hubert Royster, Willie Vass, l? reserve your patronage by honest and Will Carter. Edear Brouchton. Jas. Hall, Willie Bailey, Thos. Pence, Cor nelius B. Edwards, Jr. The New A. and M. College Building. Tho new machinery building at the College of Agriculture aud the Mechanic Arts has been completed according to contract, and was yesterday turned over to tne Doara of trustees through Messrs thorough work. We desire to call special attention to our preparatory department, which we uope win receive your liberal patronage. .me sessions Degm September 6a. A prompt entrance is requested. James Dinwiddie, Principal Peace Institute. W. II. Ac R. S. Tucker &Co. . urougmon ana vy. a. rnmrose. Sooes, Coodyear welt, smooth insoles uo upuuraius ana macninery lor htting I at $3. per pair. up tho building is expected to arrive in time for the opening of the school which timo is September 1th. JNo better goods than these for the money have ever been shown. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Galveston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia Savannah, New Orleans Mobile, Memphis, Augusta, Louisville, bt. Louis, Bale 1074 181 875 50 58 Tone. Steady, Steady Nom'l Quiet Quiet Steady Quiet Easy Nom'l Quiet Quiet Dull Nom'l Mk't 10 1-1 10.5-8 11 1-4 11 1-8 10 1-2 11 7-8 10 1-4 10 1-2 10 1-4 10 1-2 10 3-16 11 1-4 10 3-4 Kct- 4170 0U1 100 4G9 487 200G 1125 358 9 617 Ex. WAJGr HOTEL, Bryson City, Swain Co., N. C. Modern Improve tho best New York Produce Market. FLOUR Closed steady; fine grades spring 2.402.75; extra No. 2 spring 3.254.00; do. winter 3.754 25; Southern closed steady; trade and family extras 4.005.35. WHEAT Closed higher; spot sales No. 2 red winter cash 1.071.08; do. September 1.05. CO.HN Closed firm and higher; No. 2 mixed cash 5455; do. September 54. OATS Closed c higher; spot sales No. 2 mixed cash 40(ti40. PORK Closed steady ; mesa 12.2513.50. LA.KD-Closed steady; September 6.44. SUGAR llefined strong; cut loaf and crushed 6; powdered 6.56; granulated 6.18. COFFEE-- Spot closed steady; fair Kio car goes 20. A New House, with all ments. Centrally located, and is one of Ilotels in Western North Carolina. Headquarters for Tourists and Sportsmon Hunting and Fishing near Bryson City ex cellent. Best Accommodations for Commercial Trav ellers. GEO. W. BLACK BURN, augl8-tf Proprietor, LATE AEWS NOTES. iinty Alliance has de :i . I ag iiust the Sub- ItU' 1 .;1S ii chred for V.i.i r -asm bill. At South Lowell next Saturday, there is to Ik- quite a gathering. At 11 o'clock Mr. E. J. Parrish will deliver a Sundav school address, and at 1 o'clock Messrs. K n. Beddint-fieUl, of .k county, a ! I. ;l. Masse V- Of Darluiiii c ni.iv V I - w J J will make addresses before the Alliance men. Durham Globe. PANACEA SPRINGS SOLD. A Syndicate Has Purchased it for $50,000. Special to State Chronicle. Littleton, N. C, Aug. 29. The cel ebrated Panacea Springs property was sold yesterday to a syndicate composed oi jani. jonn a. w imams, (irpcmi-v Hawkins and others. The price paid was SgoO.OOO. There is no donht. ahnnf. the sale. The Springs will be pushed more than ever. L. J. Holden. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, Aug. 29. Wheat opened active and lower; corn opened steady; oats opened dull and a fraction higher; provisions opened easier. Closings: WHEAT September 1.02 ; Mav 1 .( 9. tOKN September 47K47; Octobor 47 48; May 5G(e50. OATS August September 3G; May 3839. FOitK August 10.25; September 10.25; May 12.90. LARD September G.17; October G.32; May 7.10. KlliS-September 5.255.27X; Octobor 5.40 5.42; May 6.17. INSTITUTE, Raleigh, N. C. The 54th year of this old school, its I8th year at Raleigh, begins September 3d, 1890. Pkofessor A. Baumann, who needs no commen dation anywhere in the South.will continue as Director of Music, and Miss E. G. Buck, whose repu tation is unsurpassed, will contin ue to preside over the Art De partment. Every Teacher in the Faculty is a specialist in her department. Address: JAMES DINWIDDIE, M.A. (University of Virginia) Principal, Raleigh, N. C. d-w-tf Cincinnati Produce Market. PORK Regular 11.60U.62); family 11.50 11.62K. LARD Kettle-dried G6. BACON Closed: short clear aides 6.55 G.60. WHISKEY Sales 630 barrels finished goods on the basis of 1.13 per gallon for high wines. Nashville Produce Market. Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 29. Wheat closed steady; Mo. 2 red winter LOG. Corn very steady; white milling 61. Naval Stores. Wilminotos, N. C, Aug. 29. Spirits tur pentine closed dull to-day at 37 strained 90 ; good do. 95. at 1.G5. Crude Turpentine firm; yellow dip 2.10; virgin 2.10. CORN Firm. White 58; yellow Rosin dull; lar nrm hard 1.25; 56. JSTotioe of Sale. uy virtue ot authority given in a mortgage executed by Burton Mantjum and wife, and recorded in the Register's office of Wake county, in Book 106, Dage 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 mortgago, the same consisting of two lots, situate in Wake Forest township, near Wake Forest College, adjoining the lands of the late J. H. Pureioy, the late W. G. Simmous, the late W. T. Wal ters, and Caroline Montague, containing a sir m h-v 1 . - a f i - . - ocd, iuuiu ur ieas, ana iuiiv aescrioea in said mortgage, which is hereby referred to us part oi ims nonce. Terms ol sale cash. J. N. HOLDING aug20 dtda Mortgagee. COLIN M. HAWKINS & CO., INVESTMENT BROKERS, 331 FAYETTEVILLE ST., RALEIGH, N. C. WE BUY and SELL on COMMISSION Associate Supreme Court Justice J. J. Davis, was here this morning on his re turn home from Connelly Springs, where he has been spending some time in rest and recuperation. The Judge feels that he has gained strength, if not flesh, by the visit, and goes horn im proved. Judge Davis is regarded as one of our most upright and faithful men, both in public and private life. Greensboro Workman. Vienna, Aug. 29. What is alleged to ue a case ot Asiatic cholera is treated at the central city. Raleigh Tobacco Market. Reported for the State Chbonicxe. Raleigh, N. C, Aug. 29. Market strong and active, with prices full up to our quotations with 80 per cent, of crop sold, and buyers, both on orders and for speculation anxious for stock. SmokerB Common Good, Fillers Common, Good, Fine, Cuttert Common Medium, Good, Fine, Fancy, Wrappers Common Medium to good Good to fine, to fancy, BONDS, ALL CLASSES OF STOCKS, AND JUST IN 1,000 TLlBS this seasons packing FAMOUS WIS TPHALIA HAM -FINEST OF A LI j HAMS 0 to 10 lbs., ICjr.Q, ib. -25 Kits NEW FAT WHITE NO. 2 MACKEREL, 10 lbs. Net 11.73 Each. 25 Kits SELECTED SHAD ROE 10 lb. Kits f 1 L0 Each. 20 Blols. NEW BRIGHT .SOUTH CAROLINA CUT HERRINGS. CIGARS, STRATTON & STORM'S COMMERCIAL PAPER. 5a8 8al6 5a7 7all llal5 10al4 Ua20 20a23 2Sa35 28a35 14a22 92a40 40a70 We devote special attention tion of to the negotia- BONDS TOWNS, FOR ALL HAVANA- GIGAR S 25 In BOX, 11.00 an i f 1.25 per box, SOLD BY BOX ONLY. STRATON & STORM'S ROBERT BURNS, 10c.,3for25c. NEW ORLEANS -CUSTOM HOUSE AND U. S CIGARS At Manufacturers' Prices. W. G. & A. B. STRONAuH. CUOCERS AD CANDY FACTUItEItS, RALEIGH, N. C. MAM MUSIC Hath charms to soothe the savage breast OUR LOW Pit ICES Are equally fascinating to all. Hat-. FALL STOCK Men's Bovs' and Children's Clothio Ol T " 1 r.. . - r- cmucB, uuuerwear, xrunKs, &c., aro arriving every day. We will make it to your interest to inspect our stock and prices before buying elsewhere. M. being hospital in this The Citv CottH Market. KAUEIGH, JN. U., Aug. & P. Good Middling AK Strict Middling . . 11 Middling UU Strict to Middling 11 Stains 1111" Old cotton nominl. CITIES, RAILWAYS and INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES. CLOTHIERS SHATTERS CiOOD REASONS 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 tho city pass, and opposite the large dry goods house ol W. If. i i; a' Tucker & Co. 2 1 find everything neat and clean at the Moseley House, and leel as if at home lor they make me so. ' 3 I find the Dininc TTall fr tq;,. i Gentlemen well cared for and as pleasant a any seaside resort-no lhes, and the llotating Dly Fans keep one cool and pleasant, while 1 can enjoy one of the good meal- vou i-nn al ways get at the Moseley nouse fo'r f. 50 cents. 4 An enterprise that the travelling public should appreciate and patronize is the Mo.ie ley House. ii.i7.f RALEIGH REAL JSTATE COMPANY. J. M, Broughton, Sec'y and Treas. FOR IEIS T. a z-siory, o-room dwelling with kitchen attached, 121 8. McDowell St. Large rooms, good location; vtrv near to business; large yard. 2-story Dwelling, Xo. 208 Halifax street, opposite cotton platform 7 rooms, 1G.CG. ' llfjll tiii 3 liiii illill BBSS HIM A very neat 5-room cottage on Saun ders' Hill new house, excellent wa ter, $12.50. kECn Tw0 of the handsomest stores on MLJLLL1 J?avettevilIo street for rent nt ln-c inducements to merchant wanti'ig a good location and handsome store. a a i s n G-room, 2-story Blount St., $12.50. house, 421 South FOR SALE Several very desirable suburo lots; also some fine building lots in centre of the city. Prices are low now, but this will not be th case always. Better buy now before the boom starts, or you will havo to pay very much r.rfni . .. moro ior propuriy. offuVda fo J M. IIROUCillTON, wSkJ " wss0"' I o?rg7.u?r UCt Johnoa & Co-'B Drcs ytore