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j OAILT. WXEKLT AND SEMI-WREKLT
i Official PnaanfKsillCaniiiiia. -
(STATE PRINTING & BINDING
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Daily Sentinel t fm la advaac S8 C
Dally Mi rnonlhaln advsnee..., 0
fend Weekly .".- , ... .
Weekly 8entll ............. tU
, Tha Daily Muff tn be delivered t
tnr part of Ibf CUt t Fifteen Cents week
IUST OFFICE Dl ctLCTORY.
For the brnfll or the public, we pub
lish the following directory of tbe post
otflc or uita city t
Western mail close
44 44 arrive
Eastern , " clone
Chatham 44 clones
11 :15 a. m
3:22 p. m.
, 5:03 p. m.
11:43 a. m.
3:00 p. m.
41 a. in.
; ilfrj ! vi" arrive 3:18 p. m.
TlirmiffU nortbern via u. u.
. U. R. close , , .i . 9:30 a.m.
Thrown northern via R.& G,
E. R. arrive -; 3:45 p. m
Thntoeh northern via Gold
J boro closet .'.: ,, , 3:03 p. m.
Ihrouvb nortbern vtauoid .
boro arrive . 11:49a.m.
Office boors for delivering maSli from
7:30 a. m to 6:30 p. m
Money orders, are issued and paid
trom :13 a. tn. to 4 p. m
- Letters can be registered from 8:15 a.
ni. to 4 p. m
Office hours on Sunday from 4 p.m.
to 8 p. m.
i ' ' W..W. Holds:, P. M.
' LOCAL DOTS.' !
W. 0.vHill Lodge will meet thUev.
niug. t 4 ,.' i
Prof Agtbe is now professor of mosio
at St. Marys.- . -
CapL J. M. - Tata aud family, hav re
turned to Lynchburg, V,
w bea that T. B. Kingsbury has
returned to hia home in Oxford.
' Raleigh will wn bf.i.jhqrt-handed
place. About 50 young men are tudy
log stenography. . ,- .r , W
The sweltering days have come, and
men begin to wish tbey had been born
without collurs. ! : t ' ..?r
Iter. J. B. Richardson ooonpied the
pnlpitof the Salisbury Street Baptist
church last evening. '
1 hiegs about here look a little hazy
for delegate to the Cincinnati Couyeu-
t cn oi tonuptlooirts.' '
Tbe city seemed very piously in
clined yevlerda.). The throu of church
goeis was unusually large,
Quite a large uuinbur of our people
will attend th oouiinttuoenieut exeroiaea
at Trinity College, June 7th.- - ,
We return thanks for en invitation to
joiu the pic-mo of the Salisbury Street
Baptist Suuday school Wednesday next.
The Salikbury Street Baptist Sunday
school is making Urge preparations lor
their excursion to KluielU Weduesday.
There is a colored woman in Wake
Forest township 115 yesr old. She
a; she saw Christopher Columbus fx
queutly. : -
The Quarterly . Cooferenoe of - tbe
EJeutou Street AL E. Church, of thia
eiry, will JA I held at tha church thi
evening at 8 o'clock. 0
The Grand Lodge of the Good Sa
maritana of this state, a colored organi
zation, meet in this city to-morrow iu
the hall of the colored Odd-Fellows.
Governor Brogden has appointed
Prof. WVC Kerr a delegate to repre
sent this state in the National Prison
Beform Congress, which' moots iu New
YmWonafc . ' ,- '
iter. Wm. Cloaa, D. D., Presiding El
der of the Washington Diatnct, N. 'J.
Coufereuoe, has been spending a few
days' in this city. II ha recovered
from a reoeut awvoTW lituese. 11 JL .
Fr tbe beuedt of Uioao burefo ted
boys who rauge about in all . sorts ol
queer places, wa Wli them that.kubcu
laneous injection of aruiuouUii a very
good thing lor snake bile.
Prof. Norman,: the musio teaoher of
th Baptist Female College, arrived Fri
day afternoon and entered at oboe upon
tha discharge of his duties. Hesnooeed
Prof. Agthe." Prof. Norman i aocom
pauid by Li wife, who i aa aocoin
pliahed mnsioian. A conoert will be
given at tha close of the present session.
Receipts of cotton for the week end-
ing May 20$ 1876, 493 bales ; reoeipU
for the same weea last year 447 bale ;
increase in receipts for the week this
yesr, 48 bales ; whole receipts siuoe 1st
September, 1873, to date, 87,117 bale i
whole1 receipts for same time List year,
33,014 bales ; iucrease in receipt this
year to date, 4,103 oJjs.
We leara that a new schedule will go
into effect oa the Xoitli Carolina rail
road in a few day. ' The mail from
Charlotte will arrive here about 8 in th
morutiig, and that from Gutdsboro about
4 iu tbe afteriMiou. - A Ugktniog express
will run between Gree nburo auj Cuar
lotie, touuectiug with the trains on the
Richmond k Danville aud the Charlotte
- a; A t knt Air-Ltn railroada
Although we L not claim that tha
Eltuwood collar will wash, we do claim
that it will ktep citau longer than any
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VOL. XXI L
. Mobtom . CoKiiso-BloodT BUirt
Morton will arrive Lore from Wilming
ton, it i aaid, on tb morning of th
81st, and will speak in the evening, at
8 o'clock, from the front portico of tbe
National hoteL He is "swinging around
the circle" with an eya to dramming np
support at tbooming( Cincinnati con
vention. " .
- ii 1 Si1 ' i ' "
DEiTU or Mrs. "trriiKT. Thi
lady died thi morning at 10 o'clock at
her residence on Davie street after a
short illness. Mrs. Wm. Putney was
In bee 61st year, and spent her whole
Ufa In this city, where she was known
a a plnut and useful member of society.
Tha funeral services will take plat
at her late residence to morrow after
noon at 4 o'clock. Friend - of the
ismuy r invtten. w tiena.
m M a a. a... . "
Taurm Comt uowin.--Commenoe-
ment will be on the 7th and 8th of June.
Dr. Tslmage, of Brooklyn, N. T., will
praaon the annual aermon oa the 7th,
and deliver th literary address on the
8th. ' Trinity make an attraction thia
year for the., whole, state. It la many
a day ainoa the people bav Lad anolr a
festival offrel on suah favorable condi
tions. AU the railroad except the Wil
mington k Weldon will return all visi
tor free of charge. Good acoommoda
tions will be fornished for all who may
attend. " ' ; .
Ftosax CerrHiBtrnoRa. - For several
year past the ladiea and citizens of Ral
eigh have contributed their floral offer
ing to deooroU tbe grave of ortr south
ern "beroe who 11 buried at Porta-
month, Va. We are " reqnestetl to sa
that next Wednesday, 24th, is Memorial
Day in that city, and it ia hoped that all
who can w31 eoutribut freely of the
beautiful flower witbywhich our fair eity
now abonnda for the noble purpose. All
flower aent to Mr. A. P. Bryan.at the Ex
pre office, or to 51 r. A. M. ' cPbeetera,
at hia residence, on Monday and np to
Tuesday morning at ft o'clock, will be
sent forward on the R. k G. train which
leaves at 19 o'clock. , ... .
Thi TcFtBB Chcboh Row. Thia in
terminable row has begun sgain. As
previonnly stated Justice of the Peace
Msgnin last Fridsy dismissed the mo
tion for the writ of ejectment, deciding
that he bad no jurisdiction in the matter,
Friday . afternoon application , was
made to Justice of the Peace Bar bee ftir
tbe writ and he heard the case at the
eonrt house. The counsel for Me. Tap
per made a motion to dismiss the case
which was refused by the court and the
hearing proceeded, and will be continued
this afternoon. It seems that litigation
in this matter will never end.5 The band
of colored brethren is led by Gideon
Perry. . We don't know the exsct num
ber of Gideon's band, but understand
that hejha a large following. ! ' !'
, 'Wan . I
Attetiox D knock ats. Thsrc
ill be a meeting of the democratic-
conservative rotor of .Rale'gh town
ship at the court bouse, on rAaturday,
May 27th, at 6 o'clock p. m., to select
delegates to the County Convention,
whkh meets In this city on tb 10th
day of June next. Tne County Con
vention will appoint delejjau- to the
State and Cmgres.dooal Dintrlct Con
entions, and H Is of yatit imoortance
that Raleigh township should be well
represented. . It will also consider the
propriety of nomnat ng pt uuty orOeersj
By order of Raleigh Townthlp Exec
' . - , - Chairman. '
As to the manner in which Doorkeep
er Fitzbugh's letter found its way iuto
pnnt, it M stated to at tne person to
whom it was written, nudigg Fitxbugh
in no hurry to redeem his promise to get
him jjlaoe, begat to show it aronad ;
that Fitznngh resented this breach of
coufldeuce by turning his friend out of
UiU gallery of th house, aud that thi
performauoa was quickly 'followed by
tbe publication of tne letter, t- , j.
l i 1 1 I ji i i
KDoatrick was ouoe mukinir a'uruwli
He said : "I've got a bullet in my leg.
ki.ow the southerners. I've licked
Vm for four years, aud I can lick 'em
again. Ji tb ere s one bere let bim say
so," A big fellow Immediately Stepped
upon the stige. "Don't interrupt my
njWecb," said Kit v
. r " ,
If yon have ben drtnkhnr loo much.
which however you buid never do, a
dose or Dr. Bull's Tegcsoble rill's will
place J on in a go d c ud ti-n aain.-
" Mr. J. D. WhiUker is selling good
oak wood at $3.50 ; pine 83.00a3.23 per
Cord dedveretl, provotd the cash ' at
tends the order. If lie baa to collect by
ticket he will iu all esse charire old
Cllpahim inreitf of CiUzena'l
The new Atlas Hotel. Philiufolnhl
Pa., lias the most superior location of
all the CenUniJal hotels near tha
gronnda. may 16-lw.
ALEIGH ; I S G MONDAY, MAY 22i vi S70.Ts
EPIdCOPAL CONVEX TIOS-DIO.
i CES1? OF NOB TH CAROLINA
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dfVmvmition met on Wednesday, at
Calvary Church, Tarboro, at ten o'cloclt,
. . ... .. i i. . . . - y
Present Bishop and Assistant, Amb
ier, Bell, Bland, Brady, BuolL Bynnm,
t. has Lira, Curtis, Deal, Draaa, Eboraa,
Forbaa, Gdl, Israel Harding, Nathaniel
Harding" riaaghton, Hilton; ' nske,
Joyner, Kernan,' MarthaU,', Mordoch,
Cwfttd, Patterson, Phelps, : Prios, Bioh,
Rogers, Smedea, Bulith, - Sutton, Wat
sou, G Wetmore, V&wxtTi ZT ".'
There' was a very small reprssenUtion
uf Laymen, i roe re were 88 elrgy.
men prevent, and 2i parUba repreaeut-
: Th Convention then adjourned for
divine stylos, in which - tter.M.
Ltaaoe, Wataon, O Wetmore, Curtis and
N Harding tool part, Mr. Boel preech
ingvand ooth tb Bishop taking part In
Riv. air. Force wa aoanlaaously
looted President of the Conventiuti, aud
Rev. Mr. Larmonr was nnanimooaly re
eleoted Seeretary. '--it .v . y..
It was moved that th Convention ad
journ ttd ttveo'olock in the f tawuoon:
C mmiUtm KUdtiu.Rr. MeaMra.
PatlMnun and Maralull and H H. Bat
tle, Eaq, :..." '
emmittee on New Par tku. Rev.
Messrs. Sutton aud bmith, and M Wed
dell. Esq . . ... , ,
O Sttof thi CMnfek. Bev. Mews
Forbes, Buti, Rich and Tboa, Hill, Esq
' ,0 Va"- Ro. Messrs. W. . rtet
more. Ambler and Hilton; Messrs. W .
tt. Battle and John Hugbea. - , , , ,
' On hmis-. Kevs. Vt. Watson and
Husk and Mesars. Fremont, Calder,
aud G; H." Roberts. . ;j .,, , Zl '
ttn CfiuA4 Hum h en Rr, Msrs.
Murd-b, l-.bboru aud Rose., ,. . ......
Ou motion ot Mr. PaUeison, that nil
clwgyuieu of tht-r diocese and of tb s
di ce-e, nut euutled to st-ats. and cau
didalas for orders, be luvited to hoo
oiary SI-SIS. : . : r , , ut
Ou motion ef Mr. Murdoch, th fd
lowiug re olution wa. referred to tb
committee m canon t
tittoivtd, 1 hat tb limu of parochial
rejioiu ra -section 8. canon 19, be
stricken out, aud in place thereof , the
f rm found on pave 3!M and 395 of tne
journal of th last Geueral Couventiou
oe uirteried. w....
The rrpoit of th Treasurer was re.
fuirud to Uia Fuj4iice commUee. f. ..
Ur. f. W. coi penning oflerad th
following (ietilion of the congregation
he reirtnwented .'A,";:"!,:
That the name of Chapel of tha Cros
at Haiesvijle, be changed to Trinity
Chu'th. t -'
The petition wa granted bj the Con
ventiou. r, , .u.:';y:
. lVv. Dr. Smcdes read the report of
the Standiug Coramiltoe of the Diocese.
On motion of J ude Battle, it wan
Huolrtil, .. That the convention meet
daily at 9 a. m., take a recess at I,
and meet again at 4p. ni. . . .i ., -
cn motion tbe convention adjourned.
glOOMD OAT.- -1
Cohventlod met after morning pray
er. Tbe roll was called and lb follow
ing delegates not present yesterday an
swered to their names, lo-wii i . .
Kevs. EC Sniedes, M H-Yaaghan
and R B Windley. and Messrs. J B
8tickucy; W M Nelson, J J Cutler, C I'm
N Luikr. W F Martin, tt J Hinsdale, I
F Diartcb, R : Wdllams, ' M D P A
Boyle, L (4 Refer, G E Miller, L J Pa
gan, J U Wood, J IS Batcl.elor, X L
Wilkinson, t . V Battle, U U Purring
ton, W H Shields, W H Hardesoa. M
D.. A Collin. J D Grimsley. E W
Kswls, T 0 DeRoft-eit, U U Cotten,' J
M SUerwn and O C Lamh. , ,-i i ,
The m;uutes of yesterday were read,
corrected and approved. '.Tlie Bishop
read bis annual address. The Aa sis
tant blhopiyad his annua! address.
1 On motion thee aVidresses were re
ferred to the comuiilte on the State of
the CbUPuh. i . i ' '-f
Rt Oenrgar Patteifon prewnted tbe
report of the Education CiMpmilteo.'' '
On motion ot luv S Uynum, it
wa resolved that the portion of the
Bishous' address Irt reference to build
ing a ct.urch at Wmdaot be referred to
a commuteo of 6i. , . . ; ; ,
The Rev Dr Watson read the report
of the Executive Mis-sUuary Commit
tee. Tbe rexolutiea accompauyin the
report was adojtted. f; i i v,
tier. T. J. UurdocK presented tbe re
port of the . committee on nannia bod
business. -..-(. r..-M ... "j f J ."
On motion of 8. L. Fremont H was
reoived that a committee Of three mem
bers be rained to collect aa much of the
Colonial history,, as possible. In refer
ence to the churobes - in the' diocese,
aud the organization of tbe Parishes and
make a report to the next Convention of
a list of the Parisbee. in the order of
their orgsnizatien, , , n , .. ..
Rev. Dr, Watson reed tbe report of
the ttnanoe "committee and offered the
following resolutions :
ivwolvea l. l bat in Paruuea and con
gregation ia which at present tha as
sessment for the support of the Episco
pate and fur the contingent expenses of
tbe Convention is not directly raised,
the Rector or Clergyman in chance be
hereby requested to solicit from the
commuuicanta aud other members of thi
cougregati u a contribution annually oe
Uloat&eeht t t iMtmiuli
Resolved 2. That for the manage
ment and collection of the permanent
fund tbe Treasurer be authorized to Me-
in tbe various parts ol tb diocese to
furnish tbera at the expense of the dio
cese with the necessary book, and to
deposit with them, sn far s he may
thiuk best, the note or evidences of
t pertainina; to the permanent debt. J
IVs -rA x5w fs- -1 i""rVy-Ts .A
; "1": :-'--r.lTl ir ;-;--;-!
rending the ; diaenssion it wss an
nounced that the hour for adjournment
hat arrived. Before adjonnuig the
Bishop aanonnead the appehrtment of
tue louowiDg oommutn on tnecuamb
in iuston. to-wit ; ' ., , , .
Bar 'AA WsUoti D'D.' ftcv O B
Wetmore,' Rev- M M Marahall. DD.A
AUeUoesett, af JJ,aad WitJox.-;, u
Tb convenuoo adjourned ,dl .'P "V
V lit' ' ' ,1 I?'
Convention hiet porsdsut to "adjourn
taeot, i Kaw. E, XL Porbee in the chair.
On motion of T. G. Walton-. - .Mr j
" M lolvtd. That a committee of Ave be
appointed by the Presideut, Bishop Ly
man IvrngissaMdaa ehsirman,i to take
into -eousasssssioa that portnas of the
Assistant Bishop address which rrfera
to the Wi bwforo school sod report the
conclusion tq which the committee may
. A.. h .i . A X'-T
vjumw u tun uusmiuuK m v u. w. a
day, 19tb insWv ' .. ' !
- Oo motwai of W. B. BsUle, the reso
lution wee laid on the table for the pre-
K B. Saitla, Jr., offered the iollowing
reaouttion aaaauustiintelor tbe nrstof.
feted by the llnanoe eommittee ; . :,u
Kti tctd. That in lieu of th present
plan of aaaeasmeot fur. raising th Bish
op' salaries and Convention fund of the
diocese be refered to tbe flnanoe com
taiUe to prepare a hat with ' reference
to the pecuniary ability of the several
congregation to pa) tuaamoouU aMess
ed upon each Pariah to be raised in jsuch
mamer a to the Teapeetive rectors' and
vestries may seem best " ' -
- Messrs. juattie and liaobeior diseased
the reselution. .. , r, ' . ,
. P. A. Boy I moved as a substitut.
that a eouiinittee of seven be euptauled
to report to-morrow morning at 9 npon
the best method of rsisinrf the amount
required for the Biohop' salaries, aud
tb contingent expenses or the diocese.
Carried. . . .!.!' ' , n. "
- This resolution wan discussed - with
some Veheroenoe. " Mr.'Byuum aroselo
a point of ordef.to which the President
replied that he wished ; members, would
have a little common sense. Mr. B. aat
down amid much merriment at his' ex
penes.'. :i t ii.f v
. The question of finance, diatnrb the
church a well as the.nation. , .
"The committee ou division of duioese,
read a report recommending a division
of the d luces a follow: -
The Diocese of tt umiugton consUf
inn of all counties east ot the Win
It R. ' ' " " ' "
- zud. The Diocese of Raleigh all the
eouuiins belwien W & VV R M and the
Bluo Ridge. v f . , ,f
3d. The diocese of AshevUle all
counties west of Jtlue Ridge; Aitd a
aoon a the thiid limh.qi is elected, tiien
there is to be a llotiae of bishops f ;
tbe preseut. one Cn ventiou or.i.ounoil
lor the three Dioceses aa uuited.
Without action, adjourned till Friday
A CALL FOR A COUNTY CONVEN
A Chairman, I am Instructed by the
rxeouiive committee of the Demoeraiio
ConservaliTe. party of . ? ske couuty to
give notice that there , will be .held a
convention of the Democratlc-C'oiieer-vatlve
voters of the county at the court
bouse on ttt 10ih day of Jon next at
12 m,fr the purpose offending dele
gates to the ftate and cougressronal
district cObventlrns and to cousider the
propriety of nom tkaUnjf aadidates lor
public uDlce. , I am . further iuatrucied
to call up-m the chairmen of the various
township committees to hold meetings
In their respective townships on the
7thday of May, in order to. appoint
delegates to this convention. -,
. - 7T7Z, w. J!fFa Chm'n.
-'Dangerous Bymntom I Matter dis
charging from tbe Throat, or Nose, re
veal Ulceration of the Pituitou Mem
brane, eanring a fatal disease of tbe Pul
atonary Organa, unless timely curod by
Wiaaiwr's rTna Taan TanOonpuivaa
iufallibte. ? Blood purifying' . Remedy,
which ha saved many thousands -who
expvuseu 10 ui ua vuwbhi'uwb i
A German haa deciphered the hiero
glyphic record eufBcienUy. to prove
that one of the pyramids was built three
thousand year before Christ, which la
one thousand tear earlier han any
chronological date previoa-ly ' eUt
lished.UThia fixes th building of th
pyramid at -v period conideraoly be
fore the biblical date of the deluge. '
Kuptcm Cubed K from' 30 to- S)0
day by the. ne of. the.Trmrapb Tru
A "Triumph Rupture Remedy manufat
tured by the Triumph Truss , C 334
Bowery. N. Y. This Tms aad Sup
porter took the Medal at the , last - ses
sion of the Great American, Institute
Fair.' Setid 10 cenu for their new Itook.
Twe Ct toads bet bolted Corn MesI lost
last '" OATTia ft JUNES'
.'i - Granary aad Forars etore.- '
spr SO-U WlininKtes at,
l a - -'
C KLVBS ATEP
Orf An 1
esa be fonad at i -j -
iROwrrs yAiutTT 8T0Rf,
.tf 'I - Honraa Baildtnc
J O HI 8 . "
I ,. . .
i tanrstD Or art f lb
t and DUtrkt Crt ef
L BWte. th Ctreurt
tic United nutcs and Or ssvrslRorts r
fw StkrfadtcltJ District. ',
(Mao ea rsttul U. ontsit
CttbwM f sttoasl aaakM Cp stains.'
WHOLESALK CASH PKICES
..-.! ;'. v (;r Corractad by -t-;:
.-'1 f;,cl,PnB1wTOFBKB8 ft CO,
KaLsiOB, May 13, lATfl.
c'orrow. v '
t.Vss matoed,- " 1 1OOI0J
laferior and dirty, 1UH
i " eskssai Mtkarr. ' "-
, Cottoa Ttlea,eeeiii, i . . ,
Flour, Noah Carodua t 00.2S.
i V r 80 eesu. ... -ij '
- Cora Meal, Hfi(a(ik3. k ..,-,
Bacon, N. C. h.i; rodsd, 'T4JU. ''"
'' '' aaaw tste) (
Bulk MesU, Clftr alb eide, lt8k. ,.,
' -Unonlderii, 11 cs-nta.
, Lard, Sonb Carol as. 1T.
' Wsstera Uvrees, 1. . , . ..
, tf7l7. '
tj Coffee, Prims Rio CVi
, Good, ttU. ... .
. Syrup, a. au ....... .. ..
Molasses. Cuba 45. ,
Bait, atambaf t ir. -
ier-4r"Xamr, fir"t" ' 1
Nslls, ea basis for 10s, $3.6S.
Bugsr A. la.
,r Extra C, 11.
M Tsllow C. l-tttfio.
. Leather, ttod tol irmtl.
I - t Uaklanned, l. . . ' i
Hides, (Tm, 5 i-a , .
dry, lOOsU. -.
Potatoes, i t 75 rests per basnet.
IrUa. 1 OO
Oats, sbvlltd Oi.
" sheaf, from waffoo, 1.25 cents.
' baled 100. - - "
Foddrr, baled, 1 ttS.
' Ilsy. N. C. ttaled. aviod. 1.00.
'? twi prdfss. lAoa -
ouiuir, , v .icarnae.
pl ked; 8 cents...
Beef, on (., W1c.
" draastd oruue. 7(471.
H-avy Coiiper. per pouuo, t6c.
, Ursa, per pound, 8 to 10ff. I
Voter, per pound. 7 to 10 ets.
lsd: uer poesd, 84a. . ,
"Old Iron, per IUU pussda, )e. , tj
Hheep skins per piece M440e.
tV vKM wubvd, r iKMiml. X'5e.
- uswanhed iW to 5e.
old 7 cenu ; l.urrv. 20 ets.
T O C K F,K A B .
B00 Bushels' of very Boo Blsck Pass re!
estvsd sad le arrive, cbaau fur cut at
U 1 1 1 KB',
Oak City Granary and Feed Btor.
BUbHS. STUCK PEAS
verr low f.-r esUi at
I t ' - ':-
" WUttlsgtos Bt,
Cominr snd going sll the while very low for
Greenbacks or 811 ver --promises are not ear-
fflit l . .' . ,
OATTI3 ft JONES'
' . .Wbolsaal ttrshj and fted Store,
Opposite Dr. Metre's Office.
I'OJL T, ,P ,.M K. A L ,
00 to 1,200 bushels per week received n4
sold cheaply cash only ' .' . '
i QATTIS ft JOSR8
P. S. Wait-.
EXAMINE rRlC'S AT
D- S. WAIfr &BK0'o
for Men, Tout, Boys sad Child
;' S'riloh, Durable sed ehes-- --
: Sure to pleam.
'.,.. ' l '. . .:'! i
DOMESTIC - DRY GOODS,
NoTiojcsr Hosiskt, Gkxt'b ' Fcaw-
. WHiNo u'oorw. t;iys, Neck
1 Wer,Coilar ANot'crra '
'r 1 Ri RBona. Edoi was Ann
I ' 1K8KRTIOMS.
liXE&TfAK.FIME WHITE HURTS.
Also an UNLAU NDR1ED 8U1KT whkh wt
, , (uarsntcs4o tie ol Waoisatts Maslln. .
.... .' . . . , v
' snd Richardson's Lines well ,
,--t 1 ' nada, warranted to lit.-.
' ' .'oyLTtl.OOspiest. J
kLHfsr7IUU, BjoIb d bpi,
IJirgBn.ua a, Taisaa, , Vax-iaaa, Bra
., aaaCiiOTRia, Coara ajtd Caps
' . a a, .
We retars or thanks to our friswds aod
former patroot lot mt fav.rs sod solicit
a eoettnua'ioa 4 the raw. Oar food will
h mii iw and a rv small Dmdt Call
and see s at the aaoie old stand, two dirs
sbuve th market ca t side la ctlevWe Bt,
" " , D. S. WA1TT 4 BRO.
Mareh 1 dlswftwSs.
p 1 ARrXTIliGB I
T k larnst Stock of Carpelian, E
la the l i'y at lowest vase p loss.
aa boa; 111 stse saasry
t 3.11 .!
Qt ) M
ts WW siMrad hi tit Dau
hSBTlftU. si tb fotlotrtii
om seb, nrtea siishie ll
n rate per square o
On sarc one tine " ' - 1X00
" each swtiseqneat mssrHoa
leasthass waeau;...,. 60
', e f
1. ......k.. .......... MOO
. 5 1 . w.RiewM 2e 00
. M . ..V. as re
C " B T
Alsi-rs'snd phadfil 1-4 st 8U rents per
bashslst "" ' 'J . ,
. V- ' "I -.'i ,r.f-T .t4-i' t'tV.
ftATTlB ft JONES'
k A i'- Ursla and forsg' Store.
st f 1,33 yer 100 IU.. n. v ui i.Vi
2S,0U0 lbs splendid Isled OsU st il,S5 per
.1.1 I'l vt.tf. 'J,k-J-t.
100 Usv. :
Grata snd Feed Store.
. Ju't rerelved 1' ,.1'..1
60,000 yard new and handsome ! Plaid
Spriujf Calh-oea at 10 cenu per yard.
40,000 jarde at 7 and a" centa per
vard. , ...
BUT LIST EX I RKADM BETTER
Just received 20.IKK) yards at 5 cents
pr yard.A T nty Vi 'jaiakellt'oT' the"
tddldren adreK spiece and have emMigh
eft for a wrspptr, all for one dollar!
man 10 make prices.
DKESS GUOD1 OF LL DESCUir-
The trade will always And on hand
the largest and muet attracdve assort
Spring Drt-ss Goods
o be louud in tlie city, esiecial atten
uiu has been Kiven Ut their selection.
I iirouounce tlicni, fur brauty of elTect.
o.usurpa-cd by any offered at ny pre-
viou season. Ao early call will guar-
aiitee you entire aaiislaction for all l
Staple and Fancy Goods.
M stock eniliraces r.ot evl-rMlih
but is kept In a that class -Dry Goods
hou-i. and in lacl l have never before
tad the plt-at-ure of oflV-riii in tbe hi
ory of the dry cihkIs trade, n an cz
IMoience of twfuty-tive years, so large
nd touiplete aud so unili-rnilv cheap a
tock as this spring, and am fully pre
pared to meet the hard times" to lor
Hats & Shoes;
ONE . OF, MY,8PECULTIES.
1 keep the larj;et aud most complete
slock of shoes to be found iu the city
and having bouuht ' them at the large
trad . in New York, from first
huuds. They will be sold at aatouiaa
iogly low prices. ( , , , ,. .
NEVER PASS BT
- KRt - Koi-i's
When you want a pair of bboes. :
' - ' ' TO ' . ' ;
, . K" tivisYork
ll A I KIGH.
I have this day opened a wholesale
deparimenl.eeparal trom my re 'ail de
partment, which embraces full lines of
all staple goods usually kept by country
merchant.- and aa 1 buy j hem by . tue .
caxe or package, front fht bauds, I feel
confident lh.it I can save your ninuey
by bn.tlnit iroods from me. All that I
ask isa call and look, for yourselves. .
M P OH ANT
. Just recrlred anothar jnatsllmeot of
THE SEW SILVER COIN, FRE9Q AND
"' BRIGHT FROM THE MINT, .
Which ws eoollnue to pay out t our eu- -tomers
In chsnge. .' '
. Bare also received 5,000 yds short length,
Priutrd LAWNS AND ML8UNS, which
es be sold for s profit st 10 eraU per yard.
ADDITIONAL PURCHASES BY EXPRESS.
Of a beautiful assortment of , ', . ..
AND 1 LAIN,
st neeedtrtKly low prices la sll ths new
priera t all ths
' , Blue sod Drab, Grey, fte.
- Also superb stock of Mew's, LsdMV- snd
Mlsar' B00U, Sbousnd Gaiters. ' ' .
Another purrhase of those READT-MADE
SHIRTS st $1.00 each..
Thets Shuts giv ualvcraal sstisfscUoa
wherever used. , ..,-...', . r,-
W, IL A R. 8. TUCKER. ;