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STATE CHEOIJIOLE, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEK 9.
BALEMH IN BRIEF. IN AND .,r.'T . ifAPPHIVINUS AROUND THE CAPITAL. Short Ifmsol cws v" Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. A series of meetings is in progress at the colored Methodist church in East Raleigh. Some vigorous efforts are in progress for the formation of a big land and im provement company here. The unpavcd space on the wide side walk in front of the government build ing is being richly and beautifully turfed. The Victor Firo company (col.) gave some exhibition rims on Fayetteville street yesterday, and created some in terest and amusement. Tho number of young lady students at Peace Institute is rapidly increasing. Several more arrived from various points yesterday. The marriage of two very popular young people will occur in the city to morrow evening at four o'clock, at the home of the bride's parents Mr. W. 0. Stronaeh yesterday received r?y dnll.ira fnr tho Soldiers' ITome. which was ;contributed by a sewing society of 1 . At - ll i- if Xl nine gins in mo normern pari 01 city. The ladies of Brooklyn M. E. church are arranging to givo an elegant lawn part? on Friday nicrht of this week. An councemcnts of tho various attractions will be made later on. Somehow a rumor has gotten afloat that a new cotton factory is to be built in tho vicinitv of tho water works, south of tho city, and it is not simply a rumor bin somctninL' wen aumenucaieu. jusi watch things for a few weeks. There are three tobacco warehouses in this citv for the sale of leaf tobacco. No matter what may bo said about Raleigh as a tobacco market, the day is not far distant when it will be second to none in the tato in the leaf trade. A large coal shute is being construct od by the Raleigh & Gaston railroad at tho Y in tho western part of the city This will greatly facilitate the handling of coal tho coming winter. It will be not only a coavenience but a great sav- ing to tne coal dealers. The Henderson Tomahawk no longer exists, but tho "Hatchett" still lives The paper has suspended and its editor expended. We are sorry, for its sharp and cutting editorials will be missed, and whilotho Hatchett is not buried, we may yet hope that he will ere soon begi again scalping its political foes. One of Raleigh's verv best and mcs prudent business men said yesterday, in tne preseneo or witnesses, tnat ne woui be willing to vote city bonds to the amount of $300,000 to bo applied to in ducing railroads to come into Raleigh Ho rightly said: "When you look on map and see many railroads centering at a piece, that place is a prosperous ono. Railroads make towns prosper- n COMING AND GOING. Some of The Folks You Know and Their Doings. Col. Jno. I). Whitford, of New Berne, is here. Gov. Fowle returned yesterday from Asheville. Mr. R. L. Doughton, of Alleghany, is in tho city. Miss Kate McMackin has returned from Blowing Rock. Jno. M. Rose, Esq , of Favetteville. is registered at the Yarboro. Mr. G. C. Graves, of Carthage, passed through the city yesterday. Misses Lula and Evie Ellis have gone to Charlotte to visit friends. Mrs. W. II. Pace has returned from a protracted visit to Asheville. Mr. Ed Sholar. formerlv book-keener 7 - r i for Messrs. Norris & Carter, of this city, is visiting here. Mr. Van Fleming, of Birmingham, arrived in the city yesterday, and will be here a day or two. Mr. W. D. Dean, of Atlanta, special agent for the National Fire Insurance company, of Hartford, is here. Chas. Klueppelberg and family, of Raleigh, who nave been visiting rela tives in Charlotte, returned home yesterday. Mrs. Geo. W. Kidder (nee Miss Florence Hill, of Wilmington,) has been appointed as one of the two lady com missioners from North Carolina for the World's Columbian Exposition at Chi cago. Dr. J. D. Croom, a prominent physi cian of Maxton, passed through Kaleigh yesterday on his way to Old Point (Join tort to attend the meeting of the Ameri can Pharmaceutical association to which he is a delegate. Dr. J. M. Ayer arrived in the city yes terday. He is a graduate of the Dental Department of the University of Mary- and is here arranging to open a dental othce. He will oiler his professional services to tho public in about ten days. Miss Ruth Lanier, of Oxford, is stop ping with friends in the city for a day or two. She was very recently elected a member of the faculty of tho Raleish graded schools, and about the same time she was elected to the faculty of the WiDSton graded school. Her Raleigh friends will regret very much to know that the nature of the proposition from Winston is such that she has decided to accept it, and she will leave for that place to-day. a ous. RALEIGH CHURCHES. Some Notes ol What They are Doing. At the Baptist Tabernacle on Sunday, twenty-three new scholars were enrolled in the Sunday-school, and tho attend ance was 350. Two new members were received into church membership by let ter, aud one for baptism. It was announced in Central M. E. church that the services would be pro tracted during the week. The evening service was a warm and interesting one. Two penitents went up to tho altar and several people asked for prayer. Quarterly services were hold in E1en ton Street church, Rev. Dr. W. S. Black officiating. A set of resolutions was presented and adopted in the Sunday Bchool in memoriam of Miss Lillian Parker, who was one of its brightest and most loved members. At tho First Baptist Sunday-school, 295 scholars wero present. A collection was taken for tho support of the orphans supported by the school at tho Thomasville Orphanage, and $10.95 was realized. The Raleigh Public Schools. Tho Raleigh public schools will reopen Friday, Sept 12th, at 9. a. m. Pupils in attendance last session will bo readmitted without tickets. I will be at tho Centennial school Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 9th and 10th from 8. am. to 3 p. m. for the pur pose of issuing tickets to new pupils for both schools. Tho teachers of the white schools will pleaso meet me at tho Murphey school Thursday, the 11th at 4 p. m. 2t. E. P. Moses, Supt. Deaths. At her residence on Smithfield street in this city, on Monday, Sept. 8th, 1890, Mrs. Mary Sugg?, aged seventy live years. Tho funeral will be held this p. m. from the rosidenco at three o'clock.' At her residenco on South McDowell street yesterday morning at ten o'clock, Mrs. II. Clark. Tho funeral will take place this morning at ten o'clock from the iMrst Baptist church. Friends and rela tives invited. Bpme Changes in the Raleigh Tobacco Ularket. At a meeting of tho directors of the Capital Alliance Warehouse in this city, Mr. W. C. Moore resigned as manager of tho house, and Mr. W. II. Harrison was elected manager; Capt. Love, Sec retary and treasurer ; W. J. Yancey, book keeper and W. T. Oaks, canvasser. Capt. Mooro will givo his entire attention to the lo030 leaf business, which is grow ing rapidly in this city. Weather Report. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 87; minimum temperature 72; rain fall, 0.00. Local forecast for Raleigh and vicin ity to-day : Fair, followed by threaten ing weather, with rain; cooler; northerly winds. Washington, Sept. 8. Forecast for Virginia, fair, followed by light rains, veering to northwesterly. For North Carolina, local rains; cooler; northwest winds. RAILROADS FOR RALEIGH. What May He Done if Some Reports Are TrueWill Raleigh Keep Her Eye on the Main Chance. The Chronicle has a notion a deep looted notion that a railroad is a li factor in the matter of helping and de veloping a town. Tho Chronicle has ventured to suggest tnat Kaleigh was proving a little uniust to herself in the matter of securing and building railroads. The probable reason is that with so many good things and advantages, Raleigh thinks she is good enough ana has enough. This would be so if it were not im possible to have "too much of a good tning" (properly applied . It is announced that the Chesapeake ana unio rauroaa company is seeking to get the management of the Durham and Lynchburg road. If this plan should succeed, the new line will probably be ex'ended; and now the Chronicle wants to know it Kaleigh hadn't better be look ing out for the main chance, and eon sider the possibility of having that road extenaea to Kaleigh. Only twenty eight miles of road would have to be constructed to make a connection with the great C. and O. line. lhe policy of the Chesapeake and Ohio is one that would probably meet wun iavor nere. it is the only big road in the South that has no connection with pools or associations. It does an im mense freight business from South tho Great West. It is tho road that, hns done so much for Richmond and greatly "cipcu LUiti uuy lo v.uat It is. These are a few suggestions of possi oie things which the Chronicle would oe giaa to see developed into absolut realities. to e Change ol Schedule. Oj and after to-day, thero will be change in the schedule of the Raleigh & Oraston railroad. The passenger train from Raleigh to Weldon, which has been leaving at 11:: Ml 1 . -. a. in., win leave at a. m., arriving au eiuuu :io p. m. Keturniug wil arrive at Kaleigh at 4:45 p. m., instead or d:4o p. m. The train which has been lavi T?ai eigh for Weldon at 6:50 p. m., will leave at t,io p. m., ana returning from Wei don will arrive at Raleigh at 8:20 a. m instead of 9 a. m. There will be changes on the Raleigt & Augusta Air Line road as follows: The train from Hamlet and Gihsnn which has been leaving Raleigh at 9:30 a. ui., win leave at u a. m.; and return ing from Hamlet will arrive at Ralei" at 6:10 p. m.. instead of fists n The train which has been leaving here iui namiei ai o:d p. m., will leave at ( p. m., and returning from TTamW u arrive at Raleigh at 10:50 a. m., instead ot o.zv a, m. T . rassenger service will be put on the tnrougn freight leaving Raleigh f Hamlet at 11:50 p. m. ; and this train win arrive at Kaleigh at 8 a. m daily except Sundays. The sleeping car between Raleigh and w nmington has been discontinued. The Chamber of Postponed Commerce Meeti till the IGth. ne THE LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. Some Questions Asked By a Corres pondentAnd Answered l)y the Chronicle. A correspondent asks the Chronicle the following questions about the local and county boards of health: For the information of several of vour readers will jou please publish the names ot tee gentlemen who constitute the Local Board of Health. When and bv whom the Superintend ent of Health for Wake county is elected? tin . i vvnat is nis salary? Does the citv. pav him anv additional salary? I heard on yesterday a discussion ot the above subjects. There was much difference of opinion in regard to them. Line local board of health is composed E Dr. James MeKee. Sunerintendent: A. A. Thompson, mayor: Aldermen G. Ej. ljeacn, u. u. ijatta, w. 13. Grimes; City Attorney J. N. Holding; Chief of Police C. D. Heartt. The Local Board of Health is elected by the board of aldermen at the bien- niai election oi city omcers. lheuity bucerintendent is elected bv the Board of Health. Dr. McKee is also County Sunerintend ent of Health and is elected by the i5oara or Uountv Commissioners. There is no salary attached to the omce or uity bupenntendent ot Healtn, nor do any of the local board receive a salary. There is no stipulated salary attached to the omce ot County Superintendent or iieaitn. lie gets a reasonable com pensation, paid bv tho couutv. for medi cal services to the sick in jail, workhouse ana poor house, and medical examma tions for coroner's inquests. lo-mght is the time for the reeular monthly meeting of the chamber of commerce, but it has been deemed ad visable to postpone the meetiug till next Tuesday night, September 16. This has been done in order to give some com mittees time to prepare and submit some reports. W . II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. School Children usually do not require the high priced materials for their school dresses, so we can suit their parents at any price. The 10c. and 15c. plaids are pretty, and at 20c, 25c. and 35c the assortment is simply immenso. W. H. & li. S. Tucker & Co. THE WORLD'S C0MMEK0E. New York, September 8. -Mescrs. Hubbard,. Price & Company, in their cotton circular to-mght say : Xhere was an advance of two to three points in Liverpool all along the entire line. The near positions are, however, the strongest relatively, and it is reported that they are oversold and are beirg quietly accumulated by strong parties hitherto supposed to be sellers of them. This market opened higher than Satur day by about four points on September, but later it went up again and closed firm at the highest prices of the day. Total sales of futures 80,190 bales. Futures closed firm as follows: September 10 41-43 October 10 22-23 November 10 1920 December 10 13 19 January 10 2 1-21 February 10 2425 March.." 10 27-28 April 10 32-34 May 10 37-39 Cotton. THE TRADES PROCESSION FOR FAIR. The People are Resinning to Take an an Interest in It Let the Parade be a Long One. The people are wakiner ud to the Dron osition and the necessity that Raleigh must provide a grand trades procession for fair week. It is ciuite a little time before the fair, but this early mention is appreciated, inasmuch as it srives am pie time for all participants to study up some unique design and get it ready. The Chronicle has called on those who would enter tho procession to send in their names. So far the following have responded: W. C. & A. B. Stronaeh. A. Williams & Co. Edwards & Broughton. Raleigh Typographical Union. The State Ouronicme. This number of responses is not so great as it might re, but more will come iu. Lot everybody who will help out this feature announce it now. and let every one be sure that whatever thev snail have in the procession will add to its attractiveness and beauty. . An Ambitions Duck. Wake county is a good place for ducks as well as for a thousand other things and animals. Among the many kinds of ducks fancied in this section id the Mus covey. Mr. Chas. Hinton has a number of this variety on his farm near Neuso river, and recently he has been astonished at the high ambition of one of his p9ts. On Mr. Hinton's lawn there is an oak in which there is a hollow about twenty feet above the ground. The ambitious duck in question, iu flying around and above the premisi?, found the hole, and at once concluded that it was the very place for a ljitn dandy" nest. She im mediately proceed to lay that hole full of eggs and hatched them every one out. When the ducklings came from their shell, they didn't stand on ceremony, but tumbled promiscuously out of the hole, falling twenty feet and slamming the ground with considerable force; but this proceeding didn't seem to trouble either the ground or the ducks. They every one grew and thrived, and the old "Muscovey" was so well pleased with the arrangement that she proceeded to fill the hole with eggs a secoud time and hatched out another full brood. Ducks the world over usually make their nests on the ground, but the ambition of this duck would not let her go so low. Manteo Lodge, I. O.O. F. Manteo Lodge, I. O. O. F. will meet to-night. All tho new paraphernalia has arrived for work in the second degree, and the work of to-night will bo particu larly interesting. SPECIAL. NOTICES. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. Fall Drefcs Cioods. Ou: countf-ri are now laden with the choicest Dress Fabric.-; obtainable. We show exclusive designs, in many high grade pattern lengths, and suggest early purchases, as the styles will not be du plicated tnis season. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. A Jin n Without Clothes A Roy With out Clothes. It seems that the day has arrived when fine and fashionable Clothing makes the man. A shabbily dressed man stands but little show among strangers. Mv experience: This writer was at Coney Island (New York's great watering place) on one occasion, and, being a stranger, did not think it necessary to dress in his feunday clothes; but later in the day he saw his folly. He walked into a restau rant and took a seat at the table. A waiter came in asked, 'what will you have 'Old Jaj ?' I told him I wanted quail on toast, steak braised with mush rooms. Said he: "'Old Jay' that lay out wouid kill you, and you must pay in advance." I paid, and he wanted a photo, and kept looking at my clothes. JSext day I went to Conev Island dressed m a nice suit of clothes; entered same restaurant; had same waiter. This time he came up bowing and smiling. "What will Monsieur be pleased to dine on " &c. I made up my mind then that good clothes would take a man a long ways ,T lfmy01V,r,e not rich ya ch dress well. Ten dollars or $15 will go a long long way in dressing a young man. In other words, we will sell you nice, fash ionable clothing much cheaper than anv other store in Raleigh; and we are now carrying the largest and most complete stock of clothing in Raleigh. Om new stock has arrived at Swindell's. City. Galveaton, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia Savannah, New Orleans Mobile, Memphis, Augusta, LiOuiaville, 8t. Louia, Sale I Tone. GIG C72 1025 800 300 Firm Steady Nom'l steady Quiet Steady Quiet Ersy Quiet Quiet Steady Dull Nom'l Mk't 9 11-16 10 Md 10 1-2 10 5-8 9 7-8 11 0-0 9 3-4 10 0-0 9 7-8 10 0-0 9 3-4 iO 3-4 10 0-0 Kct- 9171 1850 1639 GG39 4354 G65 2555 135G "41 Ex 5749 5659 In Liverpool cotton closed easier; middling uplands 5 3-4; sales 7,000 bales. New York Produce Market. spring FriOUll Closed wpalr: lino trra'loa 2.10(2.90; do. winter 2.753.40; superlino spring 3.00g3.50; Southern quitt; trado and family extras 3.90(25.25. WHEAT Closed steady; spot sales No. 2 red winter cash 1.02X1.1-3; No. 2 red win ter September 1.00. COllN Closcdjiirm; spot sales No. 2 mixed cash 53(53; do. September 52. OATS Closed firm; spot sales No. 2 mixed cash 4040; do- September 40. PORK Closed steady; mess 12.5013.C0 LARD-Closed steady; October G.57. SUGAR-Refined strong cut loaf and crush ed 7.18; powdered 7; granulated G. COFFEE Closed steady; lair Rio car goes 20.. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago. 111., September 8. Wheat opened fairly steady; corn opened firm; oats opened a shade lower; provisions opened firm and higher. Closings: WHEAT September 971; October 93; LORN September 45; October 45; ;May OATS September 31 35; October 35K; May 38. PORK-October 10.12; May 10.12. LARD October G.30; May721. RIDS October 5.37; May 6.10. Ntishville Produce Market. Nashville, Tenn., Sept. S.-Wheatj closed oia ij, mi. iuu wmier l.uv. Oorn at a decline; white milling 59. easy Cincinnati Produce Market. POKE -Not quoted. LARD Kettle-dried G(2G. RACO Short clear sides o 50G 55 WHISKEY Sales 111 barrels finished -V"v AIn ah wi U ; . . (' suuua uu mu uasis oi i.ia per gallon lor wines. high Naval Stores. WttMraaToa N. C, Sept. 8-Spirits tur pentine closed steady to-uay at 30. Rosin qmet; strained 90; good do. 95. Tar farm at 1.65. Crude Turpentine firm; hard 1,2,?Atll0S diP 2-; TirSin 2.00. CORN Firm. White 58; yellow 5G. Italeigh Tobacco Market. Reported for the State Chboxicle. Raleigh, N. C, September 8. 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 Smokers Common Good, Fillers Common, Good, rine, Cutters Common Medium, Good, Fine, Fancy, Wrappers Common Medium to good Good to fine, to fancy, 5a8 8al6 5a7 7all llalS 10al4 14a20 20a28 28a35 28a35 14a22 22a40 40a70 The Citv Cotton Market. Raleigh, N. C, September 8-5 p. m New cotton f middling) AutS)74 Quiet. h' City Produce Market. 1161 Wrnd v ? STV1-E Chronicle by W. C. & A. B. Stronaeh, Wholesale and Retail Grocers. Raleigh, N. C, September 8. Broom straw, 2c bun.i Sweet potatoes. 40ar.no Ducks, 25 to 40c Turkeys, Chickens, 12 1-2 to 25 Eggs, 12 1-2 to 15c rk, 6c Beet, 5C Hams, li to 12 l-2o White peas, bush. Black and clay do. N. C. Cut llfTT-inrf II ft OK1 V.-iJ - - - x- ) vuuv, Dried peaches.peeled, uiivu peacnes, un peeled, (Xo dried fruit offer- Dried apples. Dried damsons. Dried blackberries. Dried whortleber- " rie?, av per ban. 40a50c SO to 1.00 Wheat straw, 4qc Romantic Quite. Friday night at 1 o'clock, in Rev H T. Darnalls parlor, Mr. Luther w! Stark and Miss Annie Smith, daughter W T Clement They left this monS at 11 o'clock.-Durham Globe. ormcg WANTED. Baltimore Produce Market. COTTON -Closed quiet. Middling up lands 10K- FLOUliClosed dull; Howard Street and Western superline 3.003.50; do. do. extra 3.754.G5; do. do. family 4.905.:0; city mills Rio brands extra 5.25?.&0; winter wheat patent 5.G05.85; spring do. do. 5.i0 6.25; do. straight 5.505.75; do. do. extra 4.C04.90. WHEAT Southern quiet and easier; Fultz 931.01; Longberry 951.02; steamer No. 2 red 91; Western easy; No. 2 winter red spot and September 9i95. CORN Southern very dull: white 57kT 59; yellow 5758; Western firm; mixed spot 53 bid; September 5252. OATS Closed firm; ungraded Southern and Pennsylvania 4'13; do. Western white 42g43; do. do. mixed 4142; gradod No. 2 white 43; do. mixed 41(g42. RYli Closed quiet; choice to fancy 71 73. PROVISIONS Closed strong; mess pork old 12.50; new 13.00; bulk meats, loose shoulders 63'r'.; long clear G; clear rib sides C ; sugar pickled shoulders 7; sugar cured smoked shoulders 8; hams, large 1112; small 13. COFFEE Closed steady; fair Rio cargoes 20K. LARD -Reilned 1. RIBS Septem oer o.32); October 5.47. SUGAR Closed strong: granulated o. COPPER Refined firm at 15. WHlSKEJf Active at 1.19. To buy a SAWMILL AND ENGINE -not been used ma-h. "MILTOIs," sept9 It Care of this Paper. 1 " BUTTER, SALT, Situation Wanted. A lady who is competent to teach English, Latin, Music and Mathematics, desires a situ ation. Apply to MISS L., s&pt4-tt Care of Chkoxicle. Wanted Iii Grocery Store. Two boy?, sixteen to eighteen years old. Must command some trade. Address, in own SALT, BUTTER, It o n i 1 ucri f ill tr UUU A. A IIIIq y LOCK BOX 304 GOOD liEAfcOINS For Patronizing the 3IoseIey ITouse. 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. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. 2 I find everything neat and clean at the Moseley House, and leel as if at home, for they make me so. 3 I find the Dining nail for Ladies and Gentlemen well cared for and as pleasant as any seaside resort no flies, and the Rotating Fly Fans keep one cocl and pleasant, while I can enjoy one of the good meals you can al ways get at the Moseley House for f 50 cents. 4 An enterprise that tho travelling public should appreciate and patronize is the Mose ley House. (julyl7-tf .A. E rTr73H A "NT, . Many people, are under the itvnn- that salt is added to butter to m ik't- u 7;n longer, but accord in sr. to -4Tfce F-r Home Journal'' this is a mistaken jf,rs' does not preserve butter at all, but - ' imparts an added flavor. If the s tains injurious foreign matter it tJU cause chemical changes injurious tn flavor and keeping quality. To"im '!fjlil the fresh butter flavor, as it is l.vn the best butter, free the butter as -H2 as possible from all gaseous mitte- 'a' :i in it The best of salt to the suiting c'V " " expose it as little as possible tftt- : rounding atmosphere, which should u pure as possible: n.ir.k in m ngnc pacKjges as possible, and kee- V" a cool place. Of course the butter s- ' be made ot wholesome milk, from h-U cows, fed on wholesnmn tw,i .i'"i rv r.'-. . 4" iiP water, and kept in clean, sweet and " " iiirsc flic Liifc )fit f! known for making fine-flavored ard keeping butter. So other kind of buttX ought to or need be made. l'r -AGENT FOE- mi mm Home-made Jersey Butter MADE AS ABOVE MENTIONED, jjgiiLYgl. Fresh "Ryo r. o l-. ib. PURE SALT This remedy has been thoroughly tried by suneiing people; and lor RHEUMATISM, INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, CATARRH, NERVOUS TROUBLES! GENERAL DEBILITY, AND ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. No other remedy has given tho satisfaction that Germeteur has given. W are daib- hear ing words of commendation and praise from persons using K FR- 0 Orders from different parts of th State for Germeteur are daily coming in. ; Germeteur builds up from the first, and has cured when all else had failed. Don't de spair of being cured until you have given Ger meteur a fair trial. Call on or send to me lor pamphlels giving lull information. A. E. JORDAN, Next to Citizens' Nat. Dank. I am daily receiving consignments of coun try produce, apples, potatoes, chickens, eggs, Ac, always on hand. Call to see me when needing anything in the produce line. A. E. JORDAN, JNcxt to Citszeas' Nat. Bank, Raleigh, N. C. DISSOLUTION OF CO PARTNERSHIP. I hereby announce that I have this day sold try interest in the business of the late firm of Hardin & Pescud, to Messrs. Thomas Pescud and T. L. Eberhardt, who will continue the business under the name and style of Eber hardt & Pescud. All claims against Hardin & Peacud will be paid bv Eberhardt & Pes cui, who will also collect all accounts due said lormor firm. In taking leave of my old friends and cus comers, I beg to express to them my grateful, appreciation of the stctdv and generous sup port they have given me for tho past thirteen years. I trust they will be equally kind to my successors, whom I cordially recommend to all my f riends as eminently worthy ol confi dence and support. i J. HAHDI September 1, 1S90. Referring to the above notice, we respect fully announce that we have this dav formed a copartnership for the transaction of a general grocery and provision business as the successors of Messsrs. Hardin & Pescud. With increased facilities for doing busi nesss, and an experience (as to one of the partners) of twelve years in this branch of trade, we hope to merit a continuance of tha generous patronage extended to the late firm; and to increase it, if an increased sto:k, low prices and close attention to the wants of our customers will accomplish that result EBERHA11DT & PESCUD. September 1st, 1890. (aug31-tf) RALIISB RIAL ESTATE COMPANY. J. M. Broughton, Sec'y and Treas. FOR REKT. i A verv noat iLrnAm nnUnnA o Hiui a ders llnl new house, excellent wa gggiH ter, $12.50. A 4-roora cottage on E. Lenoir street. between Person and RI nil lit. ClrrA MllS small garden: good water. SS.OO. ' i - t G-room, 2-story house, 421 South Blount st., $12.50. Iii -FOR SALE A very desirable dwelling with store-room attached, m the very centre of the town of Clayton. Good location for Dry Goods or Millinery Store, eittier of which would find a good trade. The place will be sold at a bargain. A small farm of about 50 acres, four miles from the city, $15.00 per acra. rTMfXxhand3?me buildinS lots on Saunders' Hill, Jones street. . A eecond-hand road-cart, delightful motion in perfect condition; will sell for halSpnce.' J. M. BROUGHTON, aug7tf n & Co''a DrS Store. Auction Sales of Valuable Farming Lands. Dy virtue of power conferred on me by three several mortgage deeds, executed by Hactae? onlfu L.ucys, vUch are duly rl corded in Kecnetrv nt WnVn, irt; Iaa!? "15' Wako county, in Book 70, at page 175, I O Ml nt. 110(n Q "r -. . T. l t an.i vi.l2'-LJ at Page 175, I wilfr fl W, respectively, v - r caic l,J -uu mgnest bidder fnr Me&XgZ L0US dr thQ C Monday, Oct. C, 1890, at 12 O'clock M, Ph?r70wItCta lland lyiDS int- Marv'a town ship. Wake county. N. G.. at the conlfuenceof .Neuse river and Poplar creek; one tract bn the residence tract of the lato H S Lilel rnng taming One Hundred and Eleve icrea" tkG ther bein knn aS the B. F. MONTAGUE .iOH,Sept.3,1800. THE YARBORO HOUSE B. B. BANEY. Prop'r, Raiioh, N. C. ' Kate8, $2.50 per day. $l0.50 to $15 per week HOTEL FLORENCE T. G. Aebejgton, Manager Kaoh, N. C. Special ratela uaiDg Sn. J -EUREMA- D AIR V SALT FINEST, PUREST and BEST OF SALT FOB -AND- TABLE TTSE. Three Times Strength of Ordinary Sail, $1.75 for 5 Bush. Sack. CAR LOAD JUST RECEIVED. W. G. & A. B. 8TR0NAUH, GROC.EHS AND CANDY ?IA f - FACTUUEA?.S, RALEIGH, X. C. Tliree Nice Horses for SaiV. COMBINATION JJOAD AND HADW.i HOUSE, FAST TllJl iEU. Two strictly familv horses, afo for ia. -pr children to drive. Young, sound a...' handsome. Will work double and tin'h- c; anywhere; not afruid of steam. W.C. &A. B. STKOXACIi. .' MUSIC Hath charms to soothe the savage breast OUR LOW PRICES Are equally fascinating to all. FALL STOCK Men's Boys' and Children's Clotiim- WxU fchoes Underwear, Trunks, Ac., are arrivm every day. We will make it to your interest to iii , t our stock and prices before buying eleewl.i to. CLOTHIERS SHATTERS A $25,00O FARM. ONE OF THE BEST IN NORTH CAROLINA. Seven Hundred and Fifty (750; Acr. s For Sale by JNO. A. WILLIAMS, Real Estate Agent, Oxford, n. c. Land for Sale. aero! hUndrcd aHd filt' acres at 17 CO per 9?oT hundred anl forty-nine nd a h-ili (2) acres at fj.00 per acre. per Icre Gd aUd nmo (209) acre3 rnufel3. S?tlua one tot,. tions. u, iduaiiio liailroad u- For particulars, address . JNO. A. WILLIAMS, septMf Keal Estate Agent, - v Oxford, N. C. NATT. ATKINSON & SON, REAL ESTATE DEALERS, Asheville, X. C. CITY PROPERTY, FARMS, AND TI 1BER, AiirsEUAij LANDS UN WESTERN NORT1I CAjt0LlNA. WJt5w9r-2ma11 ?&nk3 Offuevillo. 1 (.A