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GREEK O. ANDREWS, City Editor.
TO C1TX SUBSCRIBERS. If the Carrier fall to leave.Tour paper or Is late, don't fall to report the trou fcle at the Uanlnen Office at once. "WEDNESDAY - - May 3, 1893 Rules Adopted by the N. C. Press Asso elation. The Eum of not lees than five cents per line will be charged for t'narAa nf thanks" "resolutions of respect" and obituary poetry; also for obituary notices other . than those which the editor himself shall give as a matter of news. Notices of church and society and all other entertainments from which revenue Is to be derived will be charged for at the rate of five cents a line. i The Weather Today. Washington-, May 2. Indications for North Carolina are: Showers; Bliffhtly cooler on the immediate coast; variable winds. Local forecast for Raleigh and ticinity on Wednesday: Occasional Blowers. rjIXT Maximum temperature, 80; Minimum temperature, 64; rainfall, 0.G7. Index to Sew Advertisements. Covenant Building and Loan As sociation. Annual Report. NOTES ABOUT TOWN. Attention is called to an adver tisement of a young shepherd dog that has strayed away from its owner. The Seaboard Air Line will sell reduced rate round-trip tickets to Nashville, Tenn., on account of the Southern Baptist Convention. Hon. J. C. Scarborough will de liver the address at the closing ex ercises of Littleton High School and Business Institute on the evening of the 24th inst The Bledpoe suit which has been in progress in Wake Superior Court for several days was decided jester- day against the Bledsoes and in fa vor of the creditors. The public are invited to the en tertainment at the A. & M. College on Friday night. Street cars will ba running late enough at night to accommodate all returning. A fine specimen of a Rock fish was seen here yesterday. He was a 28 pounder and was caught in Roan oke River and sent to Mr. T. L. Furnell by his brother in Weldon. The Wilmington Star Eays : No tice has been received by the of ficials of the Seaboard Air-Line here that the Carthage Railroad has been completed to Cumesville, for which point freight will now be received. We call attention to the offer for sale of the very comfortable house now occupied by Prof. Moses, within a block of the capitol. It is nice property and persons desiring a pleasant residence should exam ine it. There will be an adjourned meet ing of the W. C. T. U. at the resi dence of Mrs. James H. Ennis, on Salisbury street, this afternoon at G o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended to all who wish to join in their Christian temperance work. The North Carolina Teacher for April publishes as a frontispiece an eL graving of the new coat of arms of the State, the only material changes beiucr the introduction of "May 20th, 177o," in the upper cir cle, and the new State motto, "Esse Quam Videri," in the lower. Attention is called to the fine re port elsewhere of the Covenant Building and Loan Association of Knoxville. Our esteemed and clever townsman Mr. Wayne Allcott is gen eral agent for North Carolina. Messrs. Williams and King have out a useful and enterprising card upon which are piinted the sched ules of incoming and outgoing trains, the location of the fire alarm boxes, a calendar, etc. It is a good thing, and everybody can have one by calling for it at their popular drug store. The weather was unpropitious for the baby show, but that did not prevent its being such a success as to reflect the highest credit upon the ladies who managed it. The baby feature was thoroughly at tractive, and the occasion did not fail to draw a good crowd in the face of the adverse elements. The Personal. Mr. L. M. Michaux, of Golds boro, is at the Yarboro. Mr. Elias Carr, eon of Gov. Carr, was in the city yeiterday. Mr. Lou Read of the Old Virginia Cheroot Company was in the city yesterday. Mrs. Cameron Gales is visiting her father, Capt William Smith, on Halifax street Dr. George A. Renn has opened and fitted up a handsome office in the front room over Mahler's. Maj. J. W. Wilson, chairman of the Railroad Commission, has re turned to the city from Morgant cn Mr. John R. Upchurch has so far recovered from the effects of ' hiB wmmd a.H to ba able to come out on the street. Mrs. J. A. Hollomon who has I been spending some time on a visit !. . , i t- :n to ner parents at ivernersviiio re- turned to the city yesterday ana Mr. and Mrs. Hollomon have rooms at the Yarboro. Governor Carr has appointed Mr A. G. Brenizer, of Charlotte, a dele gate to the World's Congress of Bankerg and Financiers at Chicago during the week beginning June 19th. Mr. Brenizer is expected to attend and deliver an address on the Banks of North Carolina. The Pennsylvania Glee and Banjo Club. The concert to be given in this city on the evening of May 10th by the Glee and Banjo Club of the Uni versity of Pennsylvania promises to be one of unusual merit. The club is composed of thirty selected mem bers Irom the 2,000 students at this great institution, and they have been in training under competent instructors for the past year. Their concerts this session have been well received and very successful, two trips previous to this one having been taken since last fall, including in their list four or five of the largest cities of the country. This is the only college musical organization visiting the South this year and the programme has been especially arranged with that fact in view. The Glee Club certainly holds its own with that of the other great colleges, witn characteristics, also, peculiar to itself, while the Banjo Club is regarded as the beet of its kind in the country. These clubs are fully abreast with the other representative organizations of the University in every respect. The fact that the Univessity of Penn sylvania defeated Princeton in foot ball this year and is considered a dangerous rival for Yale and Har vard; that it has the second largest The Li. A D. Lieased for l.OOO Years. A general meeting of the stock holders of the Lynchburg and Dur ham Railroad Company was held in Lynchburg last Saturday, at which a lease by that company to the Nor folk and Western Railroad Company for a period of 999 years was ratified. The Norfolk and Western has been operating this road as an ex periment for something over a year, and during that time succeeded in largely increasing its traffic, both freight and passenger. Something to Remember, if you're a weak or ailing woman: tbat there's only one medicine so sure to help you that it can be guaranteed. It's Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. In building up over-worked, feeble, delicate women, or in any "female complaint" or weakness, if it ever fails to benefit or cure vou have vour money back It's an invigorating, restorative tonic, a soothing and strengthening nervine, and a safe and certain remedy for woman's ill and ailments. It regulates and pro motes all the proper functions, improves digestion, enriches the blood, dispels aches and paius, brings refreshing sleep, and restores health and strength. Nothing: else can be as cheap. With this, you pay only for the good you get. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. m0i 1 s&s&m I THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR ! CaptFeatSliffirtafe ABSOLUTELY PURE patents $3.40a3 80; do. straights S3.10a a3.40; spring patents 83.65a4 10. Wheat No- 2 spring 71 J. Corn No. 2, 41 1 a 42. Oai No. 2, 29,. Pork mess $18 85al8.S0. Lard $ 0.12ial0.07l Short rib sides S9.60a9.65. Dry salted shoulders (boxed) S9.75al0 00; short clear side (boxed) S10 25al0.50. Whis key 451.13. Covenant Building and Loan Association, OF KNOXVILLE, TENN., 6i0 GAT ST. For the year ending December 31, 1892. ASSETS. Loans on Loud and niort (face value) Real estate, purchased, Cash on hand and in bank Furniture and fixtures Installments due and unpaid Other asset in detail: Hills receivable Accrued 'interest Accrued Premiums ago 30!,":r,.oo .... f 4 S.OH 31,147.30 427.45 4.212.51 4,212.51 Sew York 1'roduee Market. Nbw Yoke, May 2. Southern flour dull but steady; common to fair extra 82.10a3.10; good to choice do. bi doa. 4.25. Wheat Moderately active, steady; No. 2 red in store and elevator 75ja75; afloat 76 J ; options Xo 2 red May 75 1; June 78 J; July 78 J. Lard Stronger and quiet; western steam closed at 310.45; city 39.75; refined quiet and firmer; to tae continent 10.75; South America $11.00; compound 7ja8. Pork Firmer and quiet; old mes9 ly.(0; new mess $?20.."; extra prime nominal. Eosin Fairly active and steady; strained common to good 81.27Jal.32i Coffee Options opened firm at 10 to 15 points advance and closed eteady and unchanged to 10 points up; May 814.55 al4.65; July 8l4.35al4 60; September $14,35al4.55; December S14 35al4.55; spot Rio firmer and quiet; Xo. 7, 15 - Sugar Raw firm and fairly active; fair refining 3fr; centrifugals. 96-test, 4; refined firm and fairly active; Xo. 6, 4 9-16; off A 4la5i; standard A 5 3-16a 5; granulated 5 3 16a5j. 8PE0IAL NOTICES. line. Wanted Traveling salesmen or have Bouquet Cigar fine side Co, Lvnchbarg. Ya. $oO.OO Reward. For any case of toothache or neu ralgia tbat one bottle ot Williams & King's famoua toothache remedy will not cure in two minutes. We have testimonials from the best people all over North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia besides several other States tbat have it and will cheei fully recommend it to you as the best tooth ache and neuralgia medicine in the world. For sale by all druggists at ten cents per bottle. This is what we are all working for. and we want all we can get for our money. THE LYOX RACKET STORE is the place, as jou can get more there for your money, than any where. See our Scrims, Lace Curtains. Curtain Xet, Window Shades, Curtain Poll, Drapery Chains and Hooks, r ire Screens from 20 cents up. Fans of ever? description. Ladies Underwear, bhirt aist, Collars and Cufls, Ties and Scarfs, Belts and Girdles, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels and Stamped Linens in Scarfs and SnlafcllPTS. All tli new tVii'ta in Ttr.d Goods. MILLINERY A SPECIALTY. THE LYOX RACKET STOKE. 16 Martin Street. Sorre PoC5D. No. 1. In effect Janr.-.. . ", '. r ; 11 Wpm Arrive 1 44 pa Lt V9 7 20 pm Arrive fiOOjm Leave 41Spm 3 45 pni 840 pm arrive 2 57 pm Ltx 2S0fm 152 pin Arrive 122pia Li-are l;-. ( 11 (Kim I-v v. ' 1 iV. ...... Gr--! II ALEIGH Stationery L Jl9 FA YKTTKY1LLK ST. Total. 415,420.1)1 LIABILITIES. Due shareholders, due install-, meiits paid . 19",l31.50 T)iK slinrclinlilcrs. iiistalliiK iits paid in advance 1,404.00 Due shareholders. earnings credited - 2?.G0,41 Borrowed money 10,000.00 Balance to Lie Paid out on loans made 1,405.32 Surplus, see earnings credited. Other liabilities, in detail, viz: Due shareholder on paid up fctock Ldvorpool Cotton MarEet. Livkbpool, May 2. 4 P. M. Amer ican middling lair 4; good middling 4g; middling 4J; low middling 4J; good ordinary 4; ordinary 3 13-16; May 4 14-64, sellers; May and June 4 14-64, tellers; June and July 4 15-64, value; July and August 4 16-64a4 17 64; Au gust and September 4 18-64, sellers; September and October 4 19-64, sellers; October and Xovember 4 19 64a4 20-64; Xovemberand December 4 21-64, sellers; Decemher and January 4 22 644 23-64. Futures closed steady for near months, barely eteady for distant months. Have you Visited the White Mountains? Do you know the resting-places among Vermont's Green Hills? Are you acquainted with the unique resorts in me Virginia .mountains: it you are i p i . . iooKing ior a place to spend your va cation in any mountain region, write us for any information you may desire, saying what sections you wish to know about and the price you desire to pay for board. By special arrangements with the Recreation Department, The Christian Union, rsew York. Hufd's fine writing papers, Irish Lin en, Egyptian Linen, Linen Cloth. Cro quill (Egg Shell finit-h). Satin Wove, English Kepp, Kid finish, bnow Flake, Bank Xote Bond, White. Cream, Helio trope, Azsnne. All kinds of ew N ov- elties in Box and folded ntintr. Borso. No. 3. PAILY i 1015 pm Arrive Lf.r A) pra Lve 8 05rm 7 17 pci Ix-kve sii:. - H v l"av -. Hoop .No 15 Mixed -D.iv P.?pni Arrive 1 b" m Leve 1 (KJpm l ve r Gr, f'l"IH l$OV5D. No. 15. Mixed-LV.lv Ealeigh Stationery Co. can furrifh you with anything you want in engrav ed cards, wedding invitations, announce ment, monogram and stamped address- is, paper. Ac. Type writer supplies, type writer pa per, type writer oil, type writer ribbon, type writer carbon fcheets. Hammocks, all styles, qualities and price. bouthern parties expecting to visit the W orld s i air: Acting on the ad vice of Southern friends, I have open ed a bouthern Bureau, supplying gen- eral or special entertainment for Southern guests, directing them to suitable quarters, etc. No agents con nected with us. Write for terms sta ting wants. Reference Augusta, Ga. D. J. Kalbfltisch, Pres. 81 LaSalle St , Chicago. Croquet sets, all styles and prices. Pennison's comple'e outfit of tissue paper for making paper riowers, decora tive articles. Sii'pm Arrive (in,: . 1 15pm lv iTfcin No. 2 ci.i. ctr n: board Aii-lunf for points north and fit.-. t with the .Sort oik i. v.. . aton-SAleto, Ko&njke wrrtof K'uoke. Tram No. 1 conr.fc- v. Norfolk nd Wtci.r:. ;, y!em, lv noke urn! & ; ; ol lloanoke and at s:.r. -L'es fT Monroe-, t'l.n'-: aDd all pointe South : : 1 ullnia.ii IV.at-e h;- , :: Air-Lief train- north . and on Norfolk . Vr r went from Jtouoke. ra?n-Ee-ris fr ru v: Maxt-n, Ueriiiettrv:':. i: of Sanford ill arrive x: i and Lave 5 hours in lu ' came day. Ample time u piven ; fart and wpt-r at Fa Walnut Cove. 'K Dennison's nursery outfits of tissue paper for making paper dolls, Arc Total i;o,uos.oo .S 415,42J.1 EECEIPTS attendance of Jthe Universities of :toi.r4 America (the University of Michi gan being the largest); that the medical department is considered the peer of any on this side of the water all go to prove that it is a great University and that its or ganizations are worthy of recogni tion. The concerts of this trip are at "Wilmington, Del., Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Richmond, Norfolk, Raleigh, Wilmington, N. C, Columbia, Spartanburg, Danville and Roanoke. Our people may be sure of a first class concert. See papers and bills jor further notices. Look out for the lithographs in the windows. Supreme court. Opinions were handed down as follows on yesterday: State vs. Edwards, from Swain, no error. Moody vs. Johnson, from Madi son, Reeves' appeal, new trial, and in the defendant Johnson's appeal, affirmed. Meroney vs. B. & L. Asssociation from Cherokee, affirmed. Rumbough vs. Improvement Co., from Madiaon, new trial. Hempill vs. Morrison, from Bun combe, affirmed. State vs. Glover, from Buncombe, reversed. State vs. "Wolfe, from Buncombe, new trial. Davis vs. Duval, from Macon, pe tition to rehear, dismissed. Tucker vs. Life Association from Buncombe, affirmed. Smathers vs. Moody, from Hay wood, affirmed. Penniman vs. Alexander, from Buncombe, affirmed. Sondley vs. Asheviile, affirmed. State vs. Whitmire, from Bun combe, affirmed. Lumber Co. vs. Dail, from Craven, petition to rehear, dismissed. Luttrell vs. Martin, from Burke; submitted on briefs bv S. J. Ervin financial result was very gratifying, for plaintiff, and M. Silver and Mr. R. C, Hoffman, I'reeident of Isaac T- Avery for defendant. the Seaboard Air Line has issued the following order: Mr. J. B. Martin, of Raleigh, N. C, is appointed General Auditor of the System, and will as sume direction and control of tho affairs of the Accounting Depart mtnt, both passenger and freight, with office at Portsmouth, Va., and all reports heretofore sent to the Auditors of Accounts and the sev- Cash o hand January 1. S Subscriptions on shares 14 "l'aid-up," stock 122.:tUO.OO Mortgages redeemed (in whole or in part ' Premiums received Interest , Fines Other receipts in detail, viz: Transfer lees liills payable lieal estate, Accounts Admission fees in, excess of agents' commissions 24,r,:to.:;H i:t.m:t.4i i:t.ui:t.4i i.o-.r.o z.ti.oo 10,000.00 i.:t:il.M Baltimore tTonuee fiarket. Baltimobk. May 2. Flour dull : Western super 81.85a3.15; extra $2.25a 3.00; family $3.25a3.60. Wheat firmer; spot and May 75a75i; July 76a77; milling wheat, by sample, 74a77. Corn steady and firm; mixed spot and May 48ja49. yellow corn, by sample, nomi nally 52a53; white do. nominally 54a54J. Total.. $:t:sr,!)2:i.uo City Cotton jnaraiei. COKKKOTKO DAILY. Ealeige, N. 0., May 2.-7 P. M. Good middlirg 7 J Strict middling, 7 Middling, 7g Jingee, 7$ai Stains, 6ja6i Market quiet aid firm. J- W. Yates, Tullahoma, Tenn., writes: "It does me good to praise Botanic Blood Balm. It cured me of abscess on onthe lungs and asthma that troubled me two years and that other remedies failed to benefit. It is generally conceded by all who have tried it and their "name is lej gion," that Salvation Oil is the best liniment in the market today. It is compounded only of the best ingre dients, and is guaiantetd to be posi tively pure. 25 cts. Dennison's French colors. tissue paper, all Dennison's crepe tissue paper, all colors: Spool wire rubber sheets. tubinc and wax Dennison's art and decorations in tis sue paper. Dennison's kindergarten work in sue paper. tis- DISEURSEMENTS. Loaned on mortgage l'aid on withdrawals, due; l'aid on withdrawals, dividends Salaries Advertising, printing, stationa ry, postage, etc Kent Hills payablu-., Other disbursements, in detail: Tleal estate l'aid withdrawals paid up l'aid div. on paid up withdrawal l'aid local treasurer coin's l'aid div. on paid up annually., l'aid disc, on advance pay't dues Accounts .' l'aid agents coin's on paid up stock Paid taxes lhlls receivable Cash on hand ..$224,ir,4.r,2 4K,4-;i.tO 2,(MiS,42 20,I II.20 r,.t20.74 1.000.00 5,000.00 10.200.00 nit 1 r r 2.-;:.-i.o! s,:;m4.44 r.'ir,. m oS4.:ct :m;h.i; :;r.2.r,o 42-Z.4.- 1.44K.K1 WUmlngion naval store Karftet, WiLMiiruiow, May 2 Spirits tuipentine steady, 27 Strained rosin steady, 85 tiood strained. 90 ar firm, 1 05 uroentine crr.de) steady, hard, 1.0 J Yellow dip. 1 CO Vinpm, 1 60 Total W. P. WASHBURN, Knoxville, Tenn , President. W. M. ASIIMORE, Knoxville, Tenn., Secretary. ALEX ALLISON, Knoxville, Tenn., Treasurer. WASHBURN, PICKLE & TUR NER, Knoxville, Te"nn , Attorneys. WAYNE ALLCOTT, Raleigh, N. 0 , General Agent for North Carolina. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Auditor's Department. In conformity with Action 23 'W (d) of "An Aci to amend chapter", volume 2, of The Code, entitled liuilding and Loan Associa tion." I certify that the above is a true copy of the sworn statement of the Covenant l;uilcing and Loan Association of Knoxville, Tenn., on December 31, 1892, now ou file in this Department. P.OBT. M. F UP. MAN, Auditor of State MAKKE'i KEPOKTS. Ccx vs. Jones, from Jones county. Continued, Pipkin vs. Green, from Harnett; argued by E. C. Smith for appellee. Taliaferro vb. Sater, from Halifax. Continued. itn I ft f - " - 1 J -r t 1 lv n $ - "1 . 1 A I luxntuueu iu membership of their church ,l om?oAo' va" on and work of their Sunday School, iitr iJiay auiu, xcwo. havQ jnau The feiate Board of Kducatlon. The State Board of Education met yesterday in the Executive oflice and re-adopted for the next three years the present list of books in uee by the public schools of the State. Delegates to the Diocesan Convention. The following gentlemen have been elected delegates from the Church of the Good Shepherd to May Day Re-Union. Our Methodist friends at Eden ton Street Church have hit upon a most excellent plan to interest the in the and gurated an annual Mav- Day re-union, the first of which will be held next Sunday morning, at the usual Sunday School hour, 9.30 to 10.30 o'clock. Everybody is invited who is now or ever has been a member of the school, or who would like to join in its work, and every member of the church is expected to be preent A pleasant programme has been ar ranged, and the hour may be spent very pleasantly and profitably, and it will afford a fine opportunity for tnose wno used to work in this Sun- New York Cotton Marliet. iNEW iork: May 2 Spot cotton iirm; middling uplands 7j; Orleans 8; gales b,o8U bales. Cotton Iset receipts bales: gross bales- Futures closed easy; sales 196,700 bales; May 7.42a7.45: June 7 51a7.52; Jnly 7 60a7 61; August 7.67a7.68; September 7 73a7.74; October 7.78a7.79: .November 7.83a7 84; Decem ber 7.89a7 90, January 7.94a7.95. May 2 Cotton, miadiine: Galveston quiet, 7 J, 578 bales; Norfolk firm, 7 9 16 246 bales; Baltimore nominal, 7, 4,454 bies; boston quiet, 427 bales; Wil mingtcn nominal, 7i, 23 bales; Phila delphia nrm, 8J, 61 tales; Savannah steady, 7 9-16, 986 kales; New Orleans opened firm, closed easy 7i, 774 bales Mobile nominal, 7i, 730 bales; Memphis nrm, ig, 160 bales; Augusta steady i y-lb, si bales; Charleston quiet, 7 A V 1 fM : a.1 ,.! r- . bales; Louisville quiet and firm, 8. bales; St. Louis nrm, 7 11-16, 50 bales Houston steady, 7J, 1,067 bales. The If-ature Jfroauoe jKLacacet. CtxcAoo, May 2. Highest and clos ing quotation or leading futures were Wheat May 71, 71 1; July 74ia74a A " . 0i T r C ft ttt, cptcuiuci IU, (Oj. Corn May 41i, 4lja42; June 42f 43;JuIy43S,43j. Oats May 29, 29; June29j,29i July 29J, 293 Mess Fork May 818 671, 18 85: Julr the Diocesan Convention in this city Mav 17th: R. H. Battle, 0. G. Latta. I dav School to renall fbfi --w 819 -25,19 35;SePtember 819 .371, 19 62i Hon. James E. Shepherd and J. B. to renew the friendshiDs of In L.Lrd Ma7 10.15; July 810.45 Batchelor. Alternates. Wm. Wooll- aeo. We have no donhttb -7; September 810.50, 10.67 oott, Geo. T.Norwood, W.T.Tucker, rooms -will be filled to their utmost quotation B. S. Skinner. I capacity. " - v. o ' Boarding Is Pleasant At the Park Place Boarding House. It is situated amonj? the best resi dences and is only a short distance from the business part of the city. It is some distance fiom the street and has an elegant stretch of shady awn before it. It is therefore espe cially delightful in the warm season. You escape the dust. "Street cars run right by the door." Mrs. Alf Joxes, North Blount Street. After trying many remedies for ca tarrh duritg past twelve years, I tried Ely's Cream Balm with complete euc- ess. It is over one year since I stop ped using it and have had no return of catarrh. I recommend it to all my friends. Milton 1. Palm, P. P. P. makes positive cures of all stages of rheumatism, syphilis, blood j poison, scrofula, old sores, eczema, malaria and female complaints. P. P. P. is a powerful tonic, and an excellent appetizer, buildirg up the system rapidly. For old sores, skin ernptions, pim ples, ulcers and syphilis, use only P. P. P. and get well and enjoy the blessing only to be derived from the use of P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke Hoot and Potassium. For corns, warts and bunions use only Abbott's Fast Indian Corn Paint. Reading. A Disturbance isn't what you v. ant, if your stomach and bowels are irregular. That's about all you get, though, with the ordinary pill, lt may relieve you for a moment. but you're usually in a worse ttate afterward than before This is just where 'Dr. Pierce's Pleas ant Pellets do most good. They act in an easy and natural way, very difierent frcm the huge, old-fashioned pills. They're not only pleasanter, but there's no reaction afterward, and their help lasts. One little suear-coated pellet for a gentle laxative or corrective three for a cathartic. Constipation, Indiges tion, Bilious Attacks, Dizziness, Sick and Bilious Headaches, are promptly relieved and cured. They're the smallest, the easiest to take and the cheapest or your money is returned. You pay only for the good you get. A course of P. P. P. will banish all bad feelings and restore your health to perfect condition Its curative powers are marvelous. If out of sorts and in bad humor with yourself and the world, take P. P. P., and become healthy and rational. Call at the North State Musis Company and examine the Mon arch Cycle, with Dunlop "Airtight" tires. Price. $150. W. G, StPAnK, SATCHELS AND TRUNKS, We've ot such a reputation on SllCGS that occasional! v neonle L 1 overlook the fact that we are prettv well fixed on TRUNKS AND SATCHELS. We sell satchels from $i to $S would like to show you those telescope cases for $1.50; think you would take a trip just to carry one. We have trunks from $1.00 to $i;.oo and sell lots of them too. Hellex T5io.9 131 Fayetteville Street. mar29 12 2) . 1 V - 1 M ;vv. 1 :.? hi.-! 1 1 i.i.i 1 M H"j 3 Tlte HaiitKmet Lady in llalelxb, Remarked to a friend the other day that she knew Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and convince you of its merit any druggist will give you a sample bottle free. Large size 50 cents and 81.00. Ii. H. Wyatt, Kalelgli, N. C, No. 21 Fayetteville Street, Dealer in the celebrated and latest im proved White and No. 9, Wheeler & Wilson sewing machines, both wholesale and ret&iL Dealers will please write for nrices which will be to their intert. . before buying elsewhere. Will sell and ship to any point in North Carolina wholesale or retail. Old machines of every kind repaired in workmanship style by an ex perienced sewing machine operator. Also needles and any parts needed for any kind of sewing machines furnished on short notice to any part of North Caro lina by mail. Write for prices. Also dealer in all kinds farm imple ments, machinery, engines, boilers, mow era, reapers and binders. Horse rake of W. A. Wood make. Write for price. Many Persons are broken down from overwork or household cares. Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuilds the system, aids digestion, removes excess of tile, and cures malaria. Get the genuine. Cheap lee. Don't forget that we will not be undersold on ice, and will duplicate any prices that may be made in this I city, and that we shall have plenty of it on nana all the year as we have for the last several years. Joxes & Powell, Managers of the New Crystal Ice Factory, Haleigh, N. C. Agents Wanted. Slaie and female, old and young. $5 to $25 per day easily m-ide, sell ing our Queen Plating Outfits, and doing Gold, Silver, Nickel, Copper and Brass Plating, that is warranted to wear for years, on every class of Metal, Tableware, Jewelry, dc. L?ght and easily handled, no experience re quired to operate them. Can be car ried by hand with ex-se from house to house, same as a grip sack or satchel. Aguts are making money rapidly. They sell to almost every business house and family, and workshop. Cheap, durable, simple and within reach of every one. Plates almost in stantly, equal to the finest new work. Send for circulars, &v. Queen City Silver & Nickel Plating Co., East St. Lccia. 111. When Baby w&fl sic, - fcte frr Go.t,.r When she was a Child, she ci-W lor Castorla. When she became 3Iiss, she ching to C&atoria. When she tad Children, she gave them Castorl MORRIS' SPECIAL VALUES Will be offered in the fol lowing goods this week: White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Ginghams, Hosier', Corsets, Parasols, Umbrellas and Shoes. The Best line of SHOES in the South. MORRIS' DRY GOODS STOKE 213 Fayetteville Strtet. Wilmington h and 15rai)!i Con Jersed Hcbelnl--1 TBAINKGOl.Vi - No. -ft. Dr.;. i Lv Weldon 12 SO ; : Ar llockv Mt , Ar Tarbcro 2 : t :: LvTirtw.ro lit- i. LvK'y Mount V , Lv Wilaon 2 '2 t :.. LTKeirua Lv Fytttevil! Ar Klr iico . . l' 'J ; . ' Lv Wilson 2 25 i.; Lv (ioMvboro 3 2) j iu Lv Matrnolia 4 S i , i., Ar Wiluiuicton . f (dvi:; 1 ti:aib ooiMi :; Ho. 7W. Da-.:;.'. Lv Kloreixe 5 M it::: Lv K&ytt;eville LvN.hu a Ar Wilrou L V,'-iuji-ikrtrj Lv GoldKtoro. ArWiii-on . .. Lv WUron ... Ar 11' j Mount Ar larboro. . . . i.v Tarbtiro . . Lv liV Men a i Li A'eldon Daily except Snndav Trains on .Scotlau1 N leave elrtcn 5io p m, arrive Scotland NVck -t vllle ':'- p m; Kint u : leaves Kim-ton fi:4o an, : Arrlviu.-; Halifax k ; M 4 R TH, d-tll t.Tf , ; Tin iin on V.t Wa'-hiij'rTon 4. a m., rt-tnriiiiu . . arrive WashlKi.- . , Sunday. Conn-- v " marie and :. Neck HrancL. Train levw !',- - . marie & KMe: .: day, Cyjut p ui.. - Plj-aiouth i':l"! : m leavea PlyrtmuU; t" . 5:2 a IT! , fea-.(!.i; : boro y.4 a Dl. 'Z:' i : Train on Mid.?.:..! .' Golds boro. N. C. : -6:f0 a ai, arrive :.,;.; ; Ketnminy 1 -;;.. : .-; m; arrive i;'.-!.-.T' , . Tralii on N.-u-hvl. : i Monnt at tr.:r j v., . 6:.-i0 p m. Spr:;i '.-,, . lux lf-atj- Sprli;' 1' : b-.tt an; arriv-- ' !.y daflv, &: H'nj''. tv. Traln ori ItT.t 1;. . leave lat'a at 7 :: i ' bar at p m; r- ts.r' '() h ci; ari1v:!iir ft i Dally txcept S:u. '.-.v. J lTra!n on C:1d!Oj ; r . ior Clinton da iy, P m and ll::'fj ft Clinton at S:J' a r.i ! Inz at War-aw w.t t: Train No. 7 r.'i.t '.' - Weldon for all p..:.:- : via Richmond, h:.! '. . via liay Line, n- a- : except Sunday w:i; N Itallroad for Nor.'o'k . via Norfolk. J(;ii: J. R. KKNLY. r,r ' V. .V! KM KltSf ), ukulkamj -. CONIiEKSKI r Harris' S t,n lu M KALEICII, N. Largest house of the kind In the soath. SAMPLE JOIJS IIO.VK I'KKE (IF CHARGE. febS-tf Give UBa trlxi rr. In effect .Jar-.r.. No. No st.-.:i tl03 'Zi P.M. A.M 3 31 9 I', Lv. :: 5 4 1 1'.: r r- i 11 lHT 1'rr.- 1 j ".'J ' 2 !:" 5(0 j C 5 20 i 11 l J l . 5 M ! 'I : 7 Al- - 5 53 nii'i A'.'.t.: 6 i) ; 1 l'-.' : 7 05 I H TA '1 t-r: i j Lv 7 n l 'r. 1.', kv P. 31. P. M. Iu iv t Daily t-xcf-T t No i3 msk k f,i.. with W. ,"c Tr.r Konth, and No. 71 in Trsiu No. c train cn Hcotlsi: ! f:.r Wat-l.itjfV.ii, Or Kiceton. a. m. m:i'.ilij iVI tJ Rl U IV, i- IM I S nnH UPfl lis i i AT A BIG IDISCOXJ2STT FOR 30 1 MvuoicaiaiBiotno! tnianea monnmenu) ar.a -jci.-w)-r - rial and beautiful dealgua wh'ch we o3er for the next thirty day- a in order to reduce our stock. All work guaranteed. Drss'.-rua anl " 6 We pay the freight, DURHAM Ac ELLIOTT. Fayetteville Street. K: ebl4-tf