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STATE OHKOmOI.E, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEE 10.
KALEIGH IN BBIEF. LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND A HOUND THE CAPITAL. Short Items of News Gathered on the Fly bf the Chronicle's Reporters. Tho McNish minstrels will appear here on Monday night, the 15th inst. There ia some talk of reorganizing the ji -a. Raleigh casino, or sDrnetning nice iu The hose team of the Victor Fire com pany (col.) went up to Greensbrro jes terday afternoon. There are now sixty-three pupils en rolled at the College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. All young Democrats should remember the meeting of the Y. M. D. 0. Thurs day (tomorrow) night. COMING AND GOING. Some of The Folks You Know and Their Doinzs. Mr. W. B. Tarkinton has gone to Asheville. Miss Mary Lily Kenan has returned to the city. Mr. Robt. Southerland i3 in the city visiting friends. Miss Genevieve Jordan is visiting friends in Cary. Mr. Chas. Ferrall went up west yes terday afternoon. Gen. R. F. Hoke and family have re turned to the city. R. B. Boone, Esq., of Durham, is reg istered at the Yarboro. State Auditor Sanderlin returned yes terday from Goldsboro. Thn niahtlv services of Central M. onenn nosKins, oi uuniora county church are very interesting and are at- was in the city yesterday. trading large crowds. Miss pattie Ballard, of Louisburg, is Cotton continues to come in liberally, visiting Miss Sallie Clark. . mi 1 1 I The store houses are Deing lined up, ana m Flor(mce Jones has returned from tho awlul heavy snorts oi me cotton com- : it t frieIlds in Shelby. LET WARE BE REDEEMED. JJQj WOKLBS COMMENCE. pres3 will soon be heard. Raleigh has more public and private schools than anv city of the same size in tho country. Count 'em all up and von'll ho surnnsed. even if vou are a Kaleighite, Four colored convicts got off the west bound train yesterday, and were hauled out to tho nenitentiarv. Four convicts from Anson county were also put in the pen yesterday. Mr. Walter H. Carroll has returned from a pleasant trip to Johnston county Miss Bessie Purnell left for Salem yes terdav to attend the Salem Female Col- lege. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Ballard and Master David are in the citv visiting Mrs. A. M. Clark. Miss Pittman, who has been visiting Miss Janie Ward, went up to Salem yes- (Greensboro Patriot.) Wake county, one of the largest in he State, presents good chances tor eieuiiug tuisje-u a euiuw.v R11rmort Tho nprrrnps have candidates, which win ijiverpooi uii. draw from the white KepuDiicans anu 0f spinners, out iinuras uie New York, September 9 Meters. ii Hubbard, Price i: Company, in me:r circular to-night say : Tho Married. :o.i. a cotton .... i j i It was suereested yesterday that tho teraay. handsome iron fence around the capitol prof E M Nadal, of Wilson, is stop ought to bo repainted and that the ping iu tuQ city wita reiatiVes and work ought to be done before the meet- friends. ing of the next legislature. m t oli f . u The fast freight from the west which h,a mnhAr arr;ri in fhoniiv terd,av n3ually arrives early in tho morning was arternoon delayed yesterday for several hours on account of the recent biff freight wreck on the Yadkin river bridge near Salis bury. It is reported that a fast daily train will soon be running between Raleigh and Wilkesboro, It is hoped that there is truth in this, as the reality would prove an immense convenience to the public generally. Something very rich in the way of an entertainmeni is promised by a number of popular young ladies at the residence of It. ti. Battle, Esq., tomorrow night. Those who attend will have a welcome and a pleasant time. Lets have a lot of talk about railroads. Bring on the Albemarle & Raleigh ex tension; build one from Raleigh to Fay etteville through the coal and iron sec tionthen R'Ueigh can have iron fur naces, steel plants, &c. The Democrats of Wake did a good thing when they nominated John W. Thompson for Clerk of the Superior Court. Upchurch had as well be mak ing his arrangements to step down and out. - Rockingham Rocket. j The traveller who gets off the train at the union depot here is always struck with the large number of neat-looking hacks and livery teams that meet the trains. As largo a number is not seen in any other city of twice Raleigh's size. The convention of the State Associa tion of Democratic Clubs which meets in this city on September 24th, promises to be one of the best and most active and most enthusiastic meetings the State Democracy ever held. The convention will have a big time of it. Tho Supreme court will convene on the 29th inst. Friday and Saturday the 2Gth and 27th will be devoted to the ex amination of applicants for license to practice law. So far only two appli cants have been registered, but a class of about twenty-five is anticipated. Everybody whoop up the trades pro cession. Let's have a big one. If enough of Raleigh's business men shall get inter ested in the matter, it would probably be a good thing to get a professional float designer and decorator to take charge of it. What say you gentlemen? Tho forthcoming number of the Bul letin issued by the Agricultural depart ment will be a valuable document. It will have ten pages, six of which will deal with late statistics. Four pages will show recent crop statistics and two pages will show the statistics of cattle in tho State. Larger and handsomer stocks of goods aro being brought into the city by the merchants this fall than ever before in the history of Raleigh. There are some stores here which will equal in elegance and completeness any to bo found in the country. Raleigh can supply any kind of a demand and supply it as cheaply and handsomely as any city. Last spring an effort was made to have Rev. Sam Jones hold a series of meetings here. The effort did not sue 1 a uutju on account or previous engage ments the evangelist had made: but the Chronicle is under the impression that mo yruauuer earn ne migni DO aoie to come here this fall. Will the effort to get him bo renewed? Raleigh's tobacco market is already good and promises great things. The weed brings higher prices here than on any market in the State. Everybody ougni 10 go to tne aauy sales aud watch uid ljugs " who walks about noncha lantly and bids on a pilo of tobacco in such a keen way that you can neither see nor hear him bid. But he always gets mere. Something now and very pretty ap pcared on the streets yesterday. It was the handsome delivery wagon of Swin dell's Big Racket Store. That establish ment is full of enterprise, and it iust do clares that it will make the dry bones of business rattle this fall and open wide the eyes of the public. The new wagon presents a beautiful mingling of black and gold colors in the wav of nrnftTripnr and is one of the handsomest vehicles on the streets of Raleigh. Now and then the eye of the reading public fals on a list of the industries and enterprises of which some town boasts. Raleigh is more of a city, has more of the element and advantages of a city than any other place in the State now has or win nave wnnin me nexi ten years Bat she has never said much about them. Would it be a good thing for the cham ber of commerce to get up a showing o what Raleigh is and has? it it were done, a great many boasting towns would be verv much astonished. By some stranee cause Raleigh is not known abroad as she should bo known. Mr. Walter P. Stradley, of Oxford, will soon come to Raleigh to read law under Judge Strong. Miss Florence Bowles, who has been visiting Miss Gassie Carroll, returned to her home in Aberdeen yesterday. Prof. Chas. E. Taylor, President of Wake Forest College, passed through the city yesterday en route for the West. Miss Loula Jarrell, of Wilmington, who has been visiting Miss Effie Brough ton, returned to her home yesterday. Senator Vance will speak in Golds boro either Thursday or Friday. An nouncement of the date will be made later in the Argus. Col. A. B. Andrews has gono to Chi cago to attend a meeting of the direc tors of the Columbian Exposition of which he is one of the vice presidents. Cards are out announcing the mar riage of Mi?s Elizabeth, daughter of Judge and Mrs. James C. MacRae, of Fayetteville, to Mr. Edmund J. Lilly, Jr., to take place Wednesday morning, September 18th, at 8 o'clock, in St. ohn's Church. Miss Lily Nicholson, of Oakville, Warren county, is at Rev. Dr. C. T. Bailey's. She was recently elected a member of the faculty of the Graded schools of Raleisch. and is here oreuara- ory to entering upon her duties. Gov. Fowle has gone to Atlanta to at end the meeting of the Trades Conven ion of the Southern States which meets to day. The delegates from this state are : Maior K. S. lucker. Raleigh: Col. W. J. Green, Fayetteville; Col. V. E. McBee, Asheville ; M. W. Norlloet, Win ston; Col. E J. Parish, Durham ; R. M. Oates, Esq., Charlotte; Col. J. W. At- iinson, Wilmington; J. A. Meadows, isq., New Berne. make Democratic success a strong prob ability. Let Wake county bo redeemed, by all means, from its political bondage. We have good chances in every hereto fore doubtful county, and all that is necessary is to work. If the white men of Raleigh will do their duty, Wake will be redeemed. The eyes of the State are upon us. Raleigh can elect the whole ticket if it will be patriotic. The farmers will do their duty. Only a few days ago we heard a prominent Democrat in an adjoining county seriously advocate putting Wake in the Black Congressional district. He said: "Wake has a white majority, and if the business and professional men, mechanics and clerks, and all other white men in Raleigh worked as hard as they did in Durham, in Alamance, in Franklin and other counties Wake would ba Democratic. "We shut our stores," he continued, "pay our money and work with all our might and all of us work. In Raleigh, the work falls on th? shoulders of a few, and the Re publicans carry the city because of the INDIFFERENCE OF THE TILE PEOPLE OF RAL EIGH WHO REAP MORE BENEFIT FROM DEM OCRATIC SUCCESS THAN THE PEOPLE OF ANY town in the State. Let Raleigh and Wake do its duty, or let the county be put into the negro district along with the Republican counties This gentleman has large political in iiuence and experience. We give his views to the people of Raleigh to show them what Democrats in other places are thinking about. It would be a very great blow to us here in Wake to be put in the negro district. It may be done if we fail to send Democrats to the Legi lature to look out for our interests. Mechanics of Raleich: Business and Professional Men of Raleigh: White Mod, who are Patriotic, of Raleigh: What are you going to dor iou can elect the entire Democratic ticket re deem Raleigh's reputation save us the humiliation of being put into the negro district give us Democratic county offi cials from Coroner up to Clerk of the Court and send five true Democrats to tho Legislature to protect your interests if you will work! work!! WORK!!! We ought to carry Raleigh this year. We can do it easily if the white men of the city will be true to themselves und not b in llueaccd by such petty considerations as favoritism and personality. There is not a man on the Democratic ticket who is not honest and upright and worthy of support, and no white man who is not a dyed-m the-the wool Republican can nud any excuse for scratching any nom inee. All together -and we can win. three points higher, the strength being especially noticeable in the near posi tions. This market, except during aooui an hour in the forenoon, has teen very steady, aud the entire day has higher figures. Total sales or iutures a,ouv uaice. Futures closed firm as follows: 10 48-4) 10 23-29 tendency during the been plainly towards September ... - - - . nwpmhAT 10 2021 '-"-' . n rl iU Zo 10 2728 10 30-32 10 36-37 10 42-43 January . February March . . . April ... May- June 10 47-43 Cotton. City. Galveston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia aavannan, New Orleans Mobile, Memphis, Augusta, Louisville, St. Louis, Sale 1075 1124 1725 Tone. Firm Steady Nom'l Quiet Firm Steady I Quiet 3000 Steady 500 Quiet 2225 Quiet 11291 Steady Dull Quiet Mk't 9 9-16 10 1-16 10 1-2 10 5-8 9 7-8 11 0-0 9 3-16 9 1-16 9 7-8 10 0-0 9 13-16 10 1-4 10 0-0 ltct- 4024 2065 970 2010 4882 3315 1686 17o Ex Tn WfcsMn W. W. Moll! c. Len.i R?li. R,v At Liberty, N. O , Hartley, of B. stm, Btower, Rav. J L ing. On Wednesl iy, Sept. 3 1, in Gran ville county, Rev. G. T. Wtkiu.s to Miss Nannie L u tMerritt, daughter of Dr. Wm. Merrltt, Ei;vs. J G. IWoi and J. H. Larnbsrtbjofficiating. The ceremony was performed in the porch, tt.ebiide and room standing under a large floral bell. The purler wss lighted witSi Japan ese lanterns, making altogether a lovely scene. Thev will remain iu North Caro lina until about the first of U:cembfr, when they will sail for the missionary field of Japan. Mr. ! BUTTER. SSi T SALT, BOTJEt pt. 4th, f Vpw Yor''. to Miss ! iaidnig otiici itiag. Sfpt..V,h. Mr. J. A. to Miss Swanannoa Michaux ofiiciat- 4175 In Liverpool cotton was higher; middling uplands 5 13-lGd; sales 7,000 bales. Baltimore Produce Market. COTTON Cloaed nomigal. Middling up lands iok. FLOUli Closed auii; iiowara btreet ana Western superfine 3.003.50; do. do. extra 3.754.65; do. do. family 4.905.50; city mills liio brands extra b.wmo iU; winter wheat patent 5.605.85; spring do. do. 5.10 6.25; do. straight 5.505.75. WHEAT Southern inactive and weak: Fultz 931.00; Longberry 951.00; steamer No. 2 red 93; Western steady; No. 2 winter red spot and September 9 $i4. (JOHN Southern nominal; white o759; yellow 57358; Western steady; mixed spot oi ; September OATS Ulosed quiet ; ungraded Southern and Pennsylvania 4043; do. Western white 4243; do. do. mixed 4142; graded No. 2 white 43. HYd Closed easier; choice to fancy 71 73. PROVISIONS Fairly active ; mess pork old 12.50; new 12.75; bulk meats, loose shoulders C; long clear G; clear rib sides ; sagar pickled shoulders G ; sugar cured smoked shoulders 8; hams. small 1213; largo 11'12. LAKD-Ketined 1. COFFEE Closed dull; fair Kio cargoes 20K- KIBS September 5.32; October 5.47. SUGAK Closed quiet; granulated 0. COPPEit-ltefinediirm at 15. WHISKEY Firm at 1.19. Baltimore liond Market. Baltimore, Md., September 9.' ten-forties 37: do. three's Oiyin'd, The Trades Procession. The Chronicle is gratified to see lead ing business houses awakening to a prac- ical and lively interest in the trades procession for the Fair. In addition to hose already reported the following seat in their names yesterday : Messrs. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & do. S. & D. Berwtanger. The Messrs. Tucker say that thev will "fix their float right;" and that kind of expression from tnat house means that they will present something superb. bam. tJerwanger had a merry twinkle in his eye when ho told a Chronicle man that his "house would have to get up "Something" with the Berwangers means sometning sure enough. Watch and see if doesn't. Weather Report. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temner ature 85; minimum temperature 6G; rain- ian, u.uu. Local forecast for Raleigh and vicin ity to-day: Fair weather until after noon, then becoming cloudy with rain ; uoiuer. TTT Washington, Sent. 9. Forecast for Virginia, fair, cooler, northeasterly winas For North Carolina, local rains; cooler; uurmeasieriy winds. The Raleigh Public Schools. The Raleigh public schools will reopen Friday, Sept. 12th, at 9 a. m. .rupiis in attendance last session will be readmitted without tickets. w . i win be at the Centennial school Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 9th and 10th from 8 a. m. to 3 p. m. for the rmr pose of issuing tickets to new pupils for UUUl SCUOOIS. 1 he teachers of the white schools wil please meet me at the Murphey schoo Thuisday, the 11th at 4 p. m. 2t E. P. Moses, Supt. York Produce Market. -Closed steady; iine grades epring do. winter a.T-jS.-U); superfine quiet; trade and 4Some Practical Benefits ol Lite In surance." Mr. Kufus M. Cross, of Sanford, N. C, insured his life in the Mutual Ben efit Ife Insurance Comnanv of Newark. N. J., on the 25:h day of last April. He had never made but one semi annual payment of $23.88 on the policy. His administrator, Mr. John W. Cross of this city was, on yesterday, handed a check for the amount of the policy, by Mr. John U. Urewry, the Stato Agent lor this reliable old company. Died. Mai. Ham Scales, a woll known citi zen of Winston is dead. He was a na tive of Rockingham county, was a Mason and a Presbyterian. SPECIAlTkoTICES. New FLOUlt- 2.40(2.90; spring 3. 00(3.01); boutnern family extras 3.90(Z5.25. WHEAT Closed firm; spot 3alca No. 2 red winter cash 1.021.02; No. 2 red win ter September 1 00. COUNT Closed lain; spot galea No. 2 mixed eash5253; do. September 53. OATiS Closed .e. lower; spot sales No. 2 mixed casb. iOilU; do. September 40. I'Oiilv Closed firm; mess i2.50-S13.00 L.A11D-Closed steady; September 6.47. SUQAK - lieliued dull; cut loaf and crushed 7.0(3; powdered G; granulated j. COFFEE-Spot closed steady; fair Kio cargoes 20. Chicago Produce Market. Ckicago, 111., September 9. Wheat opened weak; corn opened lower and steady; oats opened weak ; provision -j opened fairly steady. Closings: WHEAT October 99; May 1.053. COltN September 452'; October 45; May OATS September 35; October 35 V; May roilK-September 9.75; October 10.00; May 12.30. LAUD September 6.25; October 6.30; May 7.05. 1UBS-September 5.32; October 5.40; May 6.15. Wanted. Copies of the Chronicle of May 21st and J une 20th. Apply at this office. W. II. & R. s. Tucker &Co. To close out, we have reduced the prices on a line of gents' summer shirts. You can afford to buy now even if you do not use them much before next sum mer. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Attention, Governor's Guard. You are hereby ordered to meet in your armory tonight at 8:30 o'clock Bus iness of importance. By order of Cap tain. S. W.Hewin, First Sergeant. The ladies of Asheville, as far as we know, are to be credited with the first organized effort against the servant girl. They have held a meeting, elected a president and inaugurated a systemized protest against the carelessness and gen eral 44no-countedness" of the female help. If anything can be done to improve this important class of labor, the ladies of Asheville should have a vote of thanks Greensboro Patriot. Messrs. Cross & Lineban have a new advertisement to-day, telling something aboui an elegant stock of clothing, &c, just brought. This young firm has grown very popular and is winning big and permanent patronage. That's be cause they keep what will please the public and sell it at such prices as suit the public. It is a pleasure to look at their stock, and it is a pleasure to them U ?!k w it When you think of hats, cloihing, &c, just step in and see them. We all remember the lively and inter esting campaign of 1888 how the Dem ocratic clubs all over the State adopted tho white beaver as an insignia, and how those white beavers were entnsiastically worn and waved at all public speakings and assemblies, and how instrumental they were in forming the best organiza tion of the Demecratic partv ever known in North Carolina. Now let all the clubs adopt it again. Nothing helps so much as enthusiasm. Messrs. Whiting Bros., of this city, have made arrangements to furnish them promptly in any quan tities at a low price. Flat on the Floor. rugs, Of course we mean carpets and auvA wo uavo guua reasons ior wanting ty lULerest you in carpets ana rugs and and get them flat on your floor, and to induce you to get them from us; and if you will give us vour attention wa will tickle your fancy until you induce all of your friends to buy carpets and rues ua- you want a carpet at all and you will honor us with your pres ence, we will guarantee to sell you one Decause we nave a big stock of carpets u auu men we can nave tne car cu jjul uuwu -jjiat on vour xioor witnout any trouble at all to you. We have an "artist" at the busings lry us once for a carpet. Swindell. Nashville Produce Market. Nashville, Term., Sep 9. Wheat cloaed dull at a decline: No. 2 red winter 1.05. Corn easy at a decline; whita milling 58. Cincinnati Produce Market. PORK Not quoted. LARD Kettle-dried GG. RACON Short clear sides t.406.50. WHISKEY Sales U393 barrels finished goods on the basis of 1.13 per gallon for high wines. Naval Stores. Wilmington, N. O., Sept. 9 Spirits tur pentine closed steady to-day at 30. Rosin quiet; strained 90 ; good do. 93. Tar firm at 1.65. Crude Turpentine firm; hard 1.20; yellow dip 2.00; virgin 2.00. CORN Firm. White 58; yellow 5G. Situation Wanted. A lady who is competent to teach English, Latin, Music and Mathematics, desires a situ ation. Apply to MISS L.. eept4-ti Care of Chronicle. Wanted Iii Grocery Store. eighteen years old. Address, in own Two boys, sixteen to Must command some trade. handwriting, LOCK BOX 304. sept5-tf Stop at Hotel Merriam ! At Depot. Largest in City. BEST ACCOMMODATIONS. Charges Very Moderate. Steamers an;l Cars ieave the Hotel everv day. J. E. MERRIAM, Proprietor, Washington, N. C. Raleigh Tobacco Market. Reported for the State Chbonicle. Raleigh, N. C, September 9. 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. Smokers Common 5a8 Good, 8alG Fillers Common, 5a7 Good, 7all Fine, Hal5 Cutters Common 10al4 Medium, 14a20 Good, 20a28 Fine, 28a3o Fancy, 28a35 Wrappers Common 14a22 Medium to good 22a40 Good to fine, to fancy, 40a70 The Citv Cottn Market. Raleigh, N. C, September 95 p.m. New cotton (middling) $4Qy. Quiet. City Produce Market. Reported for the State Chbonicle by W. C. & A. B. Stronach, Yvlioieaale and Retail Grocers. Raleigh, N. C, September 9. Brocra straw, 2c bun. Geese, 4QC Ducks, 25 to 40c Turkeys, Chickens, 12 1-2 to 25 Eggs, 12 1-2 to 15c Pork, 6c Beef, 5c Hams, 11 to 12 l-2c White peas, bush. Black and clay do. N. C Cut Herring, 5.25 " Mullets, 4.00ai.50 " Roe Herring, $3.00 per hilf bbl. Sweet putatoee, 40a50c Dried peaches, peeled, Dried peaches, un- Seeled, . To dried fruit offer ing;) Dried apples. Dried damsons. Dried blackberries. Dried whortleber ries, Hay, per hun. 40a50c Fodder, " 90 to 1.00 Shucks, " Wheat straw, 0o TELEGRAPHIC FLASHES. T n , riosuoN, oept. v. Tne U. S. steamer Baltimore, with the remains of Cantain rneson on board, arrived at Gothan- uurg, fcweaen, this morning. London, Sept. 9. The Irish -RptMstra,.'., annual rfinnrhBfifnof .-...-o iud JJUJUIUUU OI CAMPAIGN BEAVEIIS. Throw life and enthusiasm into your CIuVs by adopting the White Beaver. We can furnish thtm promptly at the fol lowing low rates: $9, $12 and $13.50 porcloz. Samples sent on application. OUR FALL STOCK Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Nats, Shoes, Underwear, !tc.. now complete Lowest prices in the city guaranteed. aormeffs SHATTERS PATAPSCO mills. Flouring - - 1774. - - - - 1890. PATENT .AGAMBRiLLMfg.Co. Patapsco- Superlative -PATENT- THE PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. MANUFACTURED FROM THE CHOICEST WINTER WHEAT, And makes bread famous for its BIOH, CREAMY COLOR AND- Most Delicious Flavor UK8UEPA8SED FOR BREAD, BISCUIT OR PASTRY. Many people are undr th : that salt is ndde-'lt i )uttt'rtr, , I,:-; longer, but aceonJin-; t. r""r:" Home Journal" this am5--'. does not preserve butter iv T:i ; !f imparts aa added flavor "if Y; " " tains injurious foreign niit : cause chemical chance nn,' ''' : llavor and keeping inuliu- V;,v the f re h butter flavor, as ir !'"' ' the best butter, free the Lim- l as possible from all gaseous r -J in it rbe best of salt tb the Mrt:V exnose it Hft) ua i . i,J-'ol- rounding atmosphere, which ...V pure as possible; pack ia a : a cool place. Of course the b- ..uwitjuiuc iiiiiK ir.,. i water, and kept in clean, svt!- aired quarters. These are tl T"1 known for making rine-flavciv.l a-V keeping batter. No other kW.V, ought to or need be made 1 " ASK YOUR GROCER FOR PATAPSCO SUPERLATIVE PATENT MPATENTHIGH GRADE WINTER ROLANDO'CIIOTCE PATENT. PATAPSCO FAMILY PATENT. CAPE HENRY FAMILY . PATAPSCO EXTRA. NORTH POINT FAMILY. CHESAPEAKE EXTRA. BEDFORD FAMILY. ORANGE GROVE EXTRA. EIkI9.iGaham or Unbolted). BALDWIN FAMILY. MAPLETON FAMILY SEVERN MILLS EXTRA HOWARD MILLS EXTRA CAMDEN SUPER. On sale in Barrels and Half Barrels Half Quarter, Eighth and Sixteenth Sacks. ' C. L MA I'd'i L BALTIMORE. ALF. A. THOMPSON, Agt., sepr7-w--rai.3m RALEIGH. N r. i V r. Home-made Jersey Byit: MADE AS ABOVE MENTION ;n Received Fresh Every n o'oc. lb. PURE SAL -EUREICA- DAIRY SALT FINEST, PUREST and BEST OF SALT FOE Three Times Strength ofOriliinry s , $1.7.1 lor 5 Bush. Sack. CAR LOAD JUST RECKIV.":. W. G. & A. B. STRONAl-1 ( ROC ERS AN c A 1 . FACTIj'IEFWN, RALEIG JI, N. C. Tlirce Nice Horses for 5( i COM lilNATION -IOAD .M .J HOUSE, FAST TiKUTKi: Two strictly farnilv horse, pal'c ; or children to drive. You'ny, s. handenir.c. Will work duublo aiui anywhere; not ul'raid of steam. W. C. &A. 15. STKO ( mm mi mi m. J. M. Brcughton, Seo'y and Tree; FOR REN F. a a A very neat 5-room :.'. - KRis'aa ders' Hill now house, e. -i . lIMiter, $12.50. ji a 4-room sottago on E. l.'-uiv - s-ssT between rersou and Blount . lpB small garden; good wat.-r, s-.- . G-room, 2-storv house, ill Blount st., f 12.50. FOR SALE 4 A very desirable dwelling with st attached, in the very centre i ti: Clayton. Good location for lrv c Millinery iStore, either of wliich "v, . ; a good trade. The place will he -bargain. A small farm of about 50 acres, ! from the city, $15.00 per acre. Six handsome building lots en Hill, Jones street. A Kecond-hand road-cart, delhyhtfr.! in perfect condition; will sell for li.. . . Office over Lee, Johnson & Co.'s Li ; -aug7-tf DISSOLUTION OF 0 PAKTNERSIIir. 1 .V I hereby announce that I have thi- nriv interest in the bnHinpsu nf t.r. i , Hardin t Pescud, to Messrs. Thojii i-1 -and T. L. Eberhardt, who will tout: . : business under the name and styl : i hardt & Pescud. All claims agant H-r-& Pescud will be iaid by Eberhanlt cui, who will also collect all aco - aaiu iormer nrm. In taking leave of my old irien.l a:. ' comers, I beg to express to them mv appreciation of the steady and gen-V " port they have given me for the pa--years. I trust they will be equally 1..;. : -successors, whom I cordially nn-o::.:.-. -: an my inc-uus as eminently worth'. dence and support. & j. n.vi bEPTEMBEIi 1, 1800. Referring to the above notice, v r tully announce that we have thi h-. : a copartnership for tho tran-.i general grocery and provision hu-jr, -successors of Messsrs. Hardin Ac P-.-rc Vith increased facilities for nesss, and an experience (as to m partners) of twelve years in this Ir trade, we hope to merit a continual. generous patronage extended to th- -and to increase it, if an increut-ed prices and close attention to the wa: customers will accomplish that re:i' EBEKHAliDT A L'K September 1st, 1800. (at:-. GOOD REASONS For Patronizing the Jloselcy II"11" 11 am pleasantly located, near aH of interest and on the main street, wh- - mo cine oi me city pass, and o large dry goods house of W. Tucker & Co. 2 I find everything neat and Moseley House, and leel as if tney make me so. 3 I find tho Dining Hall for La i: Gentlemen well eaticd for and as plea any eeaside resort-no flies, and the I tiy k ana keep one cool aud pleasant -'IV IL. chu:: at L. can enjo3 one of the pond meals vou e$- ways get at tho Moseley House for ;j 4 An enterprise that the travelling 1 ;L Diiu nil M 1 1 ; rii'i 'i rn oni in tf im r. t j ir;t' rj'xviuiniiMiu vhuvuimv jo . ley House. (julvl)