JUK JIALEiat! SENTINEL.
wAiLt, WKEKLT AND 8KMI-WKKLT
STATE PRINTING ft BINDING
. ESTABLISHMENT. .
M ' or stnaaoairrioB.
(tally SeutlBel 1 rear la adiaac 8 00
rWDr Mil nnathl III adranc 4 01'
aad Vwklr - u Ob
WraklvSeMlml t 0(
Tba U.rvt Siwti -st, "Ill ba dwltrered la
T Prt of the City at rlftae Cent Mk.
post DrricE directory. ,
For tba benefit of the public, we pub.
the following directory of the post-
vfestern. wail ilaaea ..... j 1 1 :1S a. m.
" arrivea "':2ap.m.
Haatern W ilo-rt - ' 8:03 n. m.
, r. tk ' .ea "J 11:45 Lav
Chatham ' closes 3:00 p.
.J?. . arrives- 9i44 a. m.
-u - 'it '.? 3:18 P-pi-
I nmojfn nonnern via tt. a u, ..
K.R. Clone f--'' '" 9:3d a. m.
fhrMHrh northern via B.'& OV.
. R. R. arrlWiV :',.,.., p. a
Tirouu& aortbern via uold"
c bototckavaaa ti ..!, '8:0S p.m.
rhiwakh nthera via Cold ',' '
Dorp aftlr ,11:4a. a. m.
Oflkw boon Ihr delivering mails
Ti3Qa.l:to 6:30 ,'.. H 'i.ou.i
VIoncr rdra m issued and paid
front tM .m. 4 p mf 4 ' 1
latteia.'cwn be rif tertdyfrooa RtlS.i
ifi to 4 p". t&, i
WuK ww v puBoayt iraro pi m.
ta-Ap, !.'. :i --jj' '
.. I ..- n .4 .. . -
. J LOCAL DOTS. i '
f . l' l iT7. n. .:
Farmer IrtreaboojA in clipping out
ltver aoia hae iace kr attract at
A , j , i . -
Motion 9era.. i n i
The Young Men'a Chriatiaa Aaeooia-
Uoo met thia veainALl
, TlilpoHaJMrt tW -htomint fur-
nlabad hothm worth a taeotloo."" "
uauW Vf FUi w4Mk 4t U ViV I UM
, ThirtornJ jtatentiij 'afteraaoa ip
roVeiiijea.piU( foU Warj'a
FrofeMOrYOrotl,'' of St. Mary'e, will
retuuu o. W' .huu u Frauce at the
cIom of the ureaeui aeaiou. '
Thia dtjr will b full represented at
the UMiingt of the I-rand Chapter, B.
A. M . iu Charlotte, June 5.
An (agio waa recently killed In
. Jtuvkhorn townahip, tlda cuuntjr. nieaa
uring 7 feel around the wingt.
We Ktnrn UiauLa for a mplimenta-
,ry ticket to (lie pio-nie of tba St. Johu'a
Society, at tli new fair gnmndv
. Mrai Mary. Tucker wa ulrkken with
paralyaia Monday mjrninir, . At luat
accoiiota' bar condiiioa bad aooMwhai
improved. " . '
There will be a regular meeting of
Maote'o IxkI',. l 8,'thfi ' even'bg at
8 o'clock. Memf era of the lodjje ire
requested I attid.. ! Jj.a-j v
VT nnilpnteni) that tha Millfala hirn
intend giving oid Ka.nguJiiary Garroebt
Morton a big- reception here on tba
Th new achedule nnhe North Car
olina railroad gob lhtoeiTtfct Sunday.
Arrival and .departure of train waa
Sudden atmoepherie Cbaogea, like tbe
onewe eiperienced thia morning," are
aid to work inharmoniouitv' with tha
doctrine of total abttoeaCe. if
. A club of colored tfewbern bate
ballet are te arrfve" In thia ' city to
marrowvby the 11 ra., train.Ho plav
a match gam with the' colored club
V M . i in a r
at p. in. ai ine(papuB( wrove.
.A temperance movement wai inauOh
rated at the recent cbnventioVof th
ProtetUntEpUcopal church at Tarboro.'
A aUte.Wmperance tocletv waa rgaa
ixe4 wit'htBiaheymait of4hia tyrat
That putUotf-of the colored Baptiata
of tbia city., tntcretl in the "row now
going -on "over the title :1Tnbper
cbaroWwiU boll A' BaW ?t(n Ihi.
eyeniof at thai bucoh in prtlei. to , dia-
enae Hkttlhiri' ' " 'V1 i ?
., Kay' .r r . -
Omn -Bniith,' the DuthraW
ovejv iiaajnvented a cotton picking
mafnVif If.eaVibife4 a nolel t'.i
in-thiacity jeierdy- afterno-m. f if
winate'oiqpm.' thing nke.'what tie
cUunt for It ll rney' be claiMwd a one
of ibe greaiei luveoliooa f tbe age in
the agricultural line.'411 " rf
-. ,' 4 .... I O a 1 4,..,
I: J. Yeunr.'A: W. Tourgee, John C.
Goitnao,-J. 4B Ilill, U. tV Badger, W.
11. Uowenon, John Keathery, Jamea
II. Harria, col. ,F. M. borrell, V7. B.
Richdrdon, ' W, M. Browo, Wiley
Jonea, T. L. Hargrove, Tboma K.
Purnell, U. H. Lane, col C. I. Proc
ter, col., f thia city have been ap
pointed aaltant marbal af the bi
niKgrncati. in Wilmintouea th 30ih
wht old BKiody Sbiri Mortuo Mintea to
peak a fUr'Vnen' ab dead Union
oldierr and good niitiy otiwr aa a
bid for the nomination at Cioc BoaU.
IW, & Vlfofe'l V14W in' tbjf'
connecuoti that pwea Burwy, col.; la
the Chief Mbal of the o-vofl.
1 iiyrnrfl ir'
.i t i
RzkuESTEAM FIBE COMPANY.
AVwU-, Old Print mud Fortreti Monro.
THURSDAY, JUNE 8TIL1876.
The member of tbe Rescue Steam
Fire, Oiipaoy auJ tbelr frlondi, will
UkelaMrand exctiriott to Norfolk. Old
Poinaiid FurtroM.'Muaroe onjTbnrt
day, June 8th, 187(5. P r'--
Tbe txcurtloulst will leave KMgb
on thjTday at To'vlnck. a m , w a
J aFhCIAi, TAI, 'J?
reaching Norfolk at 4 a. iu. ii
On Friday atfc9 V-Yck. a. m tha
elegial j.de-wbeef atnter Florida will
kveJorfotk lor Fori r Mairoe,
giviaatMM excdrvidnlA an oppyftuul y
or vtexlpg on the root) the j?
M aaaaTlrnJKnT BCKNtCHT or pi
; I - aXUBkTU luraa, T :
the IfOHn Navjr Yd. 1 rancyland,
NetfMM Newa, Jame River, Old Point
Conttort, Fortreaa Monroe, Cape Henry
and QSpe Char Urt Ueturnlog to Nor
folk"at S p. ra., there will be a""""n
of tlr Fire Deuartutenta of NoTfoik and
Portamou a and the Ueecue Company, i
. RataruTuK borne the excuraloQlfU will
leave Norfolk on Saturday, JuaC-th.
at 11 a. in., arriving in Raleigh at 7 p. m.
IVHare ffN.irtiilk anl refcra, ln
cluiflny 4 iteatuboel: exeundon, will be
Bve -UoIUri t.'WiUdrea under, fifteen
yeanrtlltage will be charged haiQtrice.
An epgenienla have be-n mate with
tbe proprietor of ihe-Atlautic Hotel of
Nor(ilk, one ef tUe flnuet hotel In the
United State, U entertain the excur-
nionma during their aiay iu that city at
the very reasonable price of tltree dol
lar. V . ' . ;'!
THB CITIXKN 'fl CORNRT BAKO
of Raleigh will accompauy the excur
sion it. " 4. - -
may be procured in Raleigh at Alfred
William' lxk-tore, FddUs' book
store, Creecb'a dry-g'KKls store, Nat.!
Brown's variety store, Bradley's con
ft-ctionery, Simpson's drug-store, and
at all tbe stations n the Raleigh A
Gatou lUilroad. ; Ample accominoila-
Uoo will be provided for all who Wish
to go. . .. .
Ulu, B -C, Unnl v. Colonel I. J.
YauuV ana: Major W. . Bagley. i
arkctail Com mitt kb or arbak.
T7 . MKirra t chabob or ''r".";'.:
Dr. GeOrge W. .Blackball, Alexander
Creech, B. F. Cheathaiu and Peter F.
oxwfcHAL. Mirrca or arbakoe-
vni;m ,;.wwrw.i.A nuiun ;
T. F. Lec' Johu AnutroniL J. K.
Dunn, Jos'; 1. Green, G. W.' Blacknall,
John X; Blake, Stanhope' Pullea, B. F.
ChtHnhami' A. $reet; TqT V
trr, Samuel Merrell and Jnoi . Pes-
j a a a n J
who Eve Jn ;
AawHaa a ABnoacTuir
Fbom. Berjunnn Jobueon, who lives
Chatham oonuty, five mile' northeast of :
Egypt, ia add to be between 115 and
120 year bld.H ia till a hale and
hearty mas and weigh 180 pounds. He
ha1 10 children S3 grand-children and
77 grent-gia-ouildren.' Wiih the aid
of a atiok be aVti about in a lily man-1
ner and froni ail' apiearanoss bids fair !
to tough yH'onf untUmflt The old
gentleman freaently try bij i4m
WUlg WW' Wil Mil. eiV"" VTCC IU.. ,U
manner (bat Would do no dUcredUt to one1
95 or a lt0 year younger. la th Veulioa wiU appoint delegate to the
matter ..eentenudana t 9Uatlinv ta Stat and Congressional DlsirkV Con
elearly and immeaanrably ahead of itif . veniions, and it Is of vat importanca
eeetion weLa5rLesrd f ronj Ui eenteW thai Raleigh township should be well
Biid year f auv onnty In thl e&f represented. ; ltlwill also consider tha
liiis thia tespectW
can top; av
r g - - - w i j-
QuAHTSALt Oowr CRtiroa. Laf
evening the second lartsrly Coafr
ence of tlie Edentoa Street MethoXst
church was held. Rev. J. P. Moore,
Presiding Elder of thl cliva l, In , th J
chair. Toe following dol.g it) were ',
elected to atleud the District Confer-
ence which assemble at LouUbnrz on
the third Sunday of next mouth : J. A,
Jonea. R. W. Best, S. C. White and L.
W. Peck. Messrs. J. C. 8. Lutnsdtn
and, W. J, Young were appointed al
Escaped. governor Brojl -n was
BoUbe.1 to day .f the escape from- lbs
Outowcoauiyjaiiof W. T. Jackson,
al1 XltrebTP. STMy 15. Jack- -
son was chamed with the mu der of
Lliarle Jickson, . ui New Hanover i
countjr, a short Uum az , Wbeu tbe
papers aie piopt-rl made out the Bual
rewmo: will be offered.'
RALEIGH, V. 0 TUI2SDA.Y; MAY 23, 1876.
, FEMININE TOILET TALK.
j It ia tbe fashion at the present tint
for Udie to paint or etch mena and
gntti cards for their dinner parti". ,
I .Very dreasy baU are turned np only
'on on aide, 'and have a eoqaettih fee
triuuniuic of velvet band and flower. .
I Tbe taldiera ' of wedding dreaaceare
inade of heavy repped ailk covered with
need pear and obnill einbimidary. -
) rreuch ot IuUiaa chip of tu palest
abad of cream is tbe fall dree midsntn
mr bonnet for Newport and Saratoga,
, The large. JoneWaquaia jclt, iav
eviUble on all edntnmea, , i bow placed
back of the left hip and rather low down.
I There' ia tendency t revive Ligb
Mifluree. ' The French twist, won very
iunail and.bigb, ia io replace tbe Orek
.: ,J,.a,-M.;.. . s.:..frrr
t -HM ,3aWalawaw.. v
1" Naveltiea in ornament are offered in
wbite'eorai; orved eoaeh aitell, and ia
nsoutb oval pebble atone of dark akt
. There is a marked effort to popularize
Kilt embroidery and braid, bat a yet it
ia aeea only on tbe new bonae Jackets.
Nothing ba been in trod need to take
tbe plaoe of th almost .indiapenaable
black suit ao long' worn fer Btreet pur-
poeea. ' , , i x t m .
Morning wrappera are bow made if
mam colored eashmere, trimmed with
cream woollea lac and cardinal red fib
bon.;;. p 'fM. , Asr'tf
. in., i : - .i r i-.t. . . k t..ir4
arero!ld iioatead of being closely pre d
againat the sides of the crown, a laat
caoWM ti n"t .s ' ' , hi'
Long plovea,; read ing almost to Ui
elbow, of white andreesed kid, are worn
with what are called osstamoi eentenairea
in Pari. K"7 .1 4 ! 'I .: I
A decided novelty In rammer dresses
i farqiahed in tow compoeed of Indian
cambric, ;th tbe front checked and
the b atriped. .""".'
B.'ine of the new bonnet look like
oning cap or tead-dreeB, as they
are com posed of a garland of flower
and of aruob of lace. .
Polonaise, partly of black cashmere
and partly of black ailk, are moat readily
old, as black promise to remain the
dress for tbe Street, j ",:;',; '.'...
The Parisian, whatever hr station,
never lias a bug number of toib-ta at on
time, which account for her alway be
ing dressed in the fashion.
An exqnirite dinuer dress, lately im
ported from Paris, is of Marie Louise
bine silk', with piping and facings and
inside pleating of cardinal red silk.
.Toque bat are worn by those ladies
to whom English round bat are not be
coming. They are trimmed mostly in the
beck where the brims turn np. ,
. Tbe Sabbath School of the Salisbury
Street Bap kt church are off te-morrow
for a pic-nit at Kitueljls, The assembly
take place at the churek at 7: IS m.,
when the Hoe of march will be taken
np lor the old depot of tha- Raleigh A
Gwtoa railrosd, the point selected for
twjf. .l,a J0. fit hortlv
thersaAerV it la exvwhf V be glldin
over the ratt The Utiaen's " Cornet
band U to to, along and furnish tlie
music Col. J. M, Heck ia the' Chief
. f. A ,
J Attf f tofDiaiocKATa. - Thwt
will be a meeting of to democratic-
consenrative vbter of RaWgh' town-
h'P h court hoas, on Saturday,
MJ 27th, at 0 o?iilock p. m., to xlect
de,eK'" l0 UountJr jtwantloa.
" J VM MV .WW.
day of June next. The County Con-
proi rii ty of nominating eouuty officers.
! By order of Raleigh Townahip Exec
utive Curomiltr. .., , "
f - JOS. A. U ARRIS,
i .r ,. - . , chairman.
' The btdiea of Person Btreet Methodist
Cbqroh will have a strawberry and io
cream festival Thursday evening at Me-
the hiuheat standard
health, nature demands tha utmost reg
ularity or tne bowel- ( a alight devia
tion brings many incoaveniences aud
pave the way to more serious dangers.
We can recommend Dr. Bull'a Vege
table Fill as the bet medicine for the
need ol the digestive apparatus. . .,
ltrPTCRE COkED In ' from SO to 90
day by the (me of the Triumph Truss
& Triumph Ruptur Remedy manufac
tured by the Triumph True Co., 334
)owery. N. Y. This Tnws and 8ap-1
Mrler toox tne uedai at tba , last aes
aioa oi'lhe Great American ' Institute
' Vair. Send 10 cenU tor tbeir new book.
. TAR DROPS.
. Wilmington is feasting on eiap beana.
Cotton - tsnt doing well in Auaon
county. : . " - ' I
Wilson ia making np a party for th
centennial. . . .. ; ,i ,
Goldaboro i to be afflicted with a
radical paper. ' '
Kash county farmers ai busy chop
ping pat cot ton. ; ,( w tMtn,t.& ,.,
Tby bad a Wg time ia Charlotte Bat
oxdsy clobrstnjg the 30th. -
H. P. Meggs, of Anson county, ba
invented a band oura abeUer, , , ,,
- Tha ban of D.-Wi-Taraer, nl Duplin
ooontf, waa boraed a few eight ago. s '
. - W . ; -11 . :.'!
A severe hail storm viatted Limestone
tovraabip.Doplia county, a few days ago,
Exam Tick, formerly of Neck county,
A a position in tbe Texas LrgialaUire.
, A poatofflo baa recently been sotab
Uabod at . Sandy Fwundatiou, Duplin
ow"' . , '.'?,,
' Th pio-nie of the Catholic of Char
lotte, Wednesday, at Moors' Ferry, on
tbe Oatowba river, waa a grand affair.
Tba Episcopalian ladiee of Wadeeboro
are about to give a series of eharade for
the beueOt of tbeirchurob. irf
Sampson county want Isham Royal
nominated by th democrats fur Super
intendent of Public Instruction. .
I The radicals of Nash county will en
deavor to get out, an independent dem
ocratic candidate for tbe lower bouse of
tu Legislature. -. :t-
Tbe democratic delegate from Greene
oonuty ti the Mat ounveutioti are di-vid.-d
tietween 2. B. Vanie and D. S.
Uetd for Governor. . -
John Ragland, eot., eonflned in the
Tarbotw iaii ou the ebarue of rape, made
an UusoLCtsstul attempt to break out
few day ago, , 4 ;;,;vy;:--'
It i Mud that ex-Governor Z. B.
Vance will not allow bianame to be need
oisousauou to Hon. T. S. Ashe for tbe
iKMiunation u the 6th oougreseioual dia-
Tbe war between the Wilson people
and the W ilmington k Weldou rairuad
ia auont to be teuved on account of tbe
raiiruad making an advance in freight
, Miss Rebecca Jane Sofret, of Davie
county, baa broujjhl a breach of promise
auit agauibt a Mr. U. L. Lowery, of the
aaiue ouuut. The damage to Her affeo
tloua i bud at $4,000. ,
Tbe democrat of Pitt county have
reouuimeuued, ia conveuuon aeaeuibleU,
tbe renouuuation of Hon. J. J. Yeate in
toe tirat ooiigreasioual Uiatnct.
A negro man by tbe name of Blonut
Jmikma, Lving ou th plauUtiou of J.
U. Bebamy, near Whitakurs, anek aa
old negrv womau with a billet of wood
tbe ou.er day and ki.led her.
: NEWS AND NOTES.
: Japan baa adopted the first day of th
week, the Chriatiaa bunday, aa a day of
?.. ...v'j.v'.U '-:-.l -..'r ?
- The Trenton Gaxette predicts aa im
mense . crop of apple in . Jersey this
It ia expected that Emperor William
of Germany will vuut Alsaoe during tbe
Bauuner. ; . ... a - ; ' '
The Franklin Typographical Society,
of Boston, baa a fund of over $7,000 and
a library of 2,000 volume.
! -An Allegheny City hackster and hie
two amter have tuhentet property ia
IreUnUvalue4af8,0(X(000. . '
( ' The Volk Zeitnng, of Cologne, says
Prussia baa commenced proceed lugs for
the deposition of tbe arohbiahop of that
city. -r v ' -i i '
A 1 teDort was received at Lramie,
Wedneeday.that the Indiana killmi three
men who were prospecting near Custer
City, v .:
' Merobant H. Wed,- Ttspicioned of
th murder of the Weaver girl at Provi
dence. B. JL, waa WedneMay lolly com.
mittedfor trial.;' ": f... .-,,.
i JoLn Elliott, a laborer, feU from tbe
New YorX abutment of tbe Eaet river
bridge, a distauc of 140 feet. .Wednes
day, and was instantly killed. , .
at Cleveland, Wednesday. nominated
Greene Clay Smith for Preaideut aad
G. T. Stewart for Vioe-x'resiaent. ,
. Earl Derby' reply to Secretary Fish1
dqU, relative to the extradition of Wine-
low, waa received at .., aenmgton wea
neaday,. bat iU contenta have not yet
boeu aiade pnbliewpffu Uat-wx-" i
The bank clerk of New York City
will visit tbe centennial in a body on tbe
30th Inst. ' The whole amount of tbe ex.
ueuaes ' has been contributed by the
naanaaera of th ' several banks. It ia
nnderatood tbe attendance wi.l be rery
A remarkable Incident of the Mollie
Mairaire trials at Pottsrille is the testi-
mouy of Mrs, Kerriirau. introduced by
the defense Wedueeday, for tbe purpose
of ooutradicbiia that of ber bnstiand ami
impeaching bu credibility. T She lived
with him in harmony and aflVction so
long a h was dyed-in-the-wool Mollie
and accustomed to eoufes to ber hi
mnrderon exploit, bnt aiuce be ha
turned informer she denounce bim and
takea the stand sffitiuat him. Thebrotb
erhood of assnanua ought to elect Mrs.
Kerrigan an nonorary member.
. Mi. J. D. Whitaker ia aellins; good
oak wood at 13,60 pine f3.00j8AV per
oora aetiversa, provaiea uo cawt as
teuda tbe order. If be lau to collect by
ticket be 'will ia ail case charge old
pricea. , Call on bin ia rear of Citiaen'
Bank. - ...tf.
POUTICS IN THE EAST.
A Radical Fioiit The Attosret-
Gbmebalbhip Majob Henbt
1 i A.GILUAM. - ' !
i Colebaibk, N. C May 15, 1870.
Jfr. Editor .Th political cauldron
in our. midat - is beicloning to bubbl?
finely, aud the weird slaters in Mac
beth never coneocted ' fouler 'broth
ban that likely to be brewed among
the qundam sujporirs of Itr.C Lb
Cobb. Albertson, Joe Mania and Mac
Uudsajf are esc-h musterinir their force.
and I tnppos each counting upon the
radtoat nomlnatioo. while ou tba othr
band lb democrat are utterly 'undis
turbed by any such counter move utnU",
Major eate wirt be amrrdly re-nom
InaU'd. and from present appearsnces.
will be easily rcta ned to hw present
seaU i U is recent able and adroit as
sault upon the eucmy ba itreatly , en
hanced hi already pervading .accept
ahleaee.4'' . - ' v"
Our ' atat oavanttw i ootf'1 av
mbl, and with your permiasien, Mr.
Juiitor. i beg leave tocau tbe a tention
of ibe democrat of. the state to the
blgb and Important poailioa of Attor
ney-General. Our financial condition,
and lb possible large amendment of
our contiiuUon, will call for much wis
dom and learning in tlie gentleman who
shall be selected f that po-itioo. ' Let
tut, then, for a moment, call attention
to on who would in any emergency
add fresh honor to tiutt already houored
poaiuoo. MaJ. Henry A. Gilliam has
been repeatedly mentioned of late aa a
toper wan for th place, and I nave
reaaou to know tlmt of all eastern meu i
be would be mo! accepiabl to
the bar dowu here. Iu native new
er, a well a th vaxtner of hi lugai
ai-quiremenis, he has no superior In the
stale, r or ten v an t past tula great i
ottice ba , been de .raded by tba oc u-
pancy of little men. Let us, Mr. Edi
tor, But It again where Bat. Moore left
It, and to do this H is only nceftary
to put Gillian? n noiuination and tbe
lliinij ia done. v,t , ,,; ,,.i".,:h :-:t
The rarmers are growling over tne
bsid tiruef, and jet repeating the pur
blind aud iudui e tolly of large needing
of cotton. What shall ever deliver u
us from the hands of thia death t 1
fear nothing but utur collapse aud
ruin. With the bent wiahes of the
season, aud lb hope of a great pnlil cat
success lor this ceiiieuuial yarl am.
......., . . Very truly yours.
; , plus. ;.
Tkk "HoctiEtxria" or otm Hxaxtb.
Tbe liver is the gmat depuratiug cr
blood cleansmg organ of the system.
Set the (treat housekeeper of our health
at work, aud tbe foul corruptions which
gender iu tbe blood aud rot out, as t
were the macliinery of life, are gradually
expelled from tbe system. For this
purpose Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Disuovery, with small daily doses of
Dr Pierce's Pleasant Porgative Pellets
are pre-eminently the article needed.
Tney cure every xiua or numar irom
the word scrofula to tbe common pim
ple, blotch or eruption, -j Great eating
uloura kindly heal under their mighty
curative influence. Virulent blood
poiaona that lurk in the system are by
tuem robbed of thour terrors, and by
tbeir persevering and somewhat protrac
ted use the most tainted system may be
completely renovated and built Up anew.
Enlarged gland, tumiars ana swelling
dwindle away and disappear ' nude the
influence ot their great roaol vents. - Sold
by all dealers in medicines.
"C biade, a child about three years
old, was greatly afflicted with sores o
hi logs aud feet, so that he could not
wear but shoe end stocking, ti d
great deal of trouble with, aim. : Had
tried, many remedies uii'ff.taally. At
butt we tried the Golded Medioal , Dis
covery, and in about thre week he
was entirely eurea, nis eore wen; au
healed, and health mueh improved) "
! Uespectluliy yours, t '
. . nr. Boraa,
Vermillion, Edgar, Co., Ill, Jan. 29, T8.
Tbe new Atlaa Hotel, Philadelphia,
Pa., ha th moat superior location of
all the Centennial hotels . near tbe
grounds oii..i-.Jiay lo-lwv-
N EW AUVEKTlbKMENTa.;,
, , BLl. N. C, May 24, 87tt.
From a after Moud neit. KJ, 29 k,
lbs City if Raleigh will pa 60 ctnts each
for ll dogs put in tbe City Pound fer aot
having oa Urea badge. Tfees do; will
be kilie on ihs straUoa ot three a)
aula redaaoM-d b their maers
Dog bailKe eaa as Ss bat at thl office
by paving to regular M taa.
J. w. III. -
a T ; O
too Baitiel of very One buck real re;
ceivsd aad to arrive, cheap for ea at
uaTTle A -MM Kb'.
' . . Oak City Graaary and Feed Slurs.
BVaiiS STOCK FKA8
very lew for essb at
' K ' K
Coming and going all the whUs very low for
Greenback or Silver-promises are aot car-
GATTIS A JONES'
Wbolesal Grain ao4 Feed Store,
'" Opposite Dr. McKee't Offic.-
U O 1 t D M I- A L
S00 to 1.200 boahel per week . received and
old ebeap fa essb ly J ' .. '
I THE EALEJUIi SENTUiZLr
Advenlimw sU will aeawsned hi the Usin
fe Sana a, at the folavwbia; mm paratjaarr :
om 'Mh, or Ua aalaloe uoe. . ....
One square ee Ua , . ' . - tl.00
" - - achsutaoetlnsrtio
less tbaa a was i....... ...... ........ . U
I sqnara, 1 ak S M
t sioBth.. a oo
t avoulh 11 00
f J ..f 1,,;(a)(BIijat W 00
a .................... a oo
J j .. a W 5?'
W I I T T O 71IO
Alarg u4 pUdI4 bt at SO cent per
basaelat , "-u v.t 4- 90i'W
I "," gattis a ioyiuff
1 Grsla sad F orags Stor.
I , -;,J I. ,l' 1 A -ii
at 11,35 par 100 lbs.
f-iH'hiili as -i'il
95,000 lbs splendid UaJtd OsU at H.SI ft
tOO lbs. rt-rTXt Ti f T. VJ 1.1 t?t r -;
.. -j '-t t - it
' Orals and feed Slot.,
" 1"',J "'"just received . ".
50,000 yards new and bandsom Plaid .
Spring Calicoes at 10 cents per yard."
40,000 jard at 7 and a een( per
yard. .;. ,-t t;. jvi
BUT LISTEN I READ!! BETTER
, . STILL!!!
ir Just received 20.000 yard at S centos
oer vard. A n'entvto make all of the
children adreaa a4eco and have enough
left for a wrapper, all for one dollar t
iil ;s?, .
, ,Ut JdJ TU CREKUirS, ,
He is the- man to - make price. - . -
PKESS GVODS OF ALL DKtCHlF- .
The trade wni'alwaYT Bndoo. hand
the largest and most attractive assort
ment of ' if -'- ; -,. fii !.. f"?
Bpnng Drss Groods r
to be round in the city, especial atten
tion ba been given to their eleetiod.'
I pronounce them, for bt-auty of sffert,
uusui pased by any offered at any pre
vious m-a-ou. Au early call will guar-,
autee you entire satisfaction for all I '
Staple and Fancy Goods.'
Mv stock embrace n.ot evert thing ,
that is kept in a fit at class Dry Goods :
houe. aud in fact I have never before '
had tlie pleasure of oftVrlnir tn Ibe his
lory f the dry good trade', in an cx.
uerience of tweutv-llv year-, so Ursa
and complete and so unifuruily cheap a
stock a this spring, aud am lolly pre
rd to meet th hard time aa to taw i
Hats & Shoes;,
ONE OF Ml BPEC1ALT1ESVT
I keep the largest and most complete
lock of shoe to b found in th city
aud having bomthl them at the bvrga'?
fra tale in , New rYork, from first,
hauds. Tbcy will b sold at asloulah
ingly low price.'" " f " " ' . " -
KITES PASS Bf f"
When you want a pair of Shoe,
.' '. ... TO-' 'w,
' I have this dar ODened a wbolesal 1
department. separate irtun my eail'ds-"
partmeut, which emnraoaa lull tin i
all staple foods usually kept by country
merchant", and as I buy them' by the
case or package, from find bands,! feel
confident tbt I can save jour mef
by buying Kooda from me. r All that!
aak is a call and look for yourselves. ...
. . ;; A CREECH., .
M P 0;tl;T A N T
Juit received saothsr tortallment ef
- ... ... i. i:, ..J
THE M Vf BILVKK COIN, FRI8H ANU
, BRIGHT FROU, THC AlIMT, r -: ...
Which w coatlaa t py out to r ea.
lomusncasngs. ? '' J'' "' ' ,;" ':
Bars also received 8,000 yd, abort lengthy
Printed UWMS AUD at CBXINa, . which
eaa b sold for a proat at 10 eeatt per ysrii
ADDITIONAL PUSCllASU BY IXPRKSS.
Of a beantlfnl assortaunt of ,
et'MMKR MOHAIB8, . '
FLA IDS, STRIPIS A:
.. ax. .
, AND lLAlb,
t seeedlaRly lew prices la alt th aw
lent, .. -r h . ,
Browa, ' -
1 - . . . .. . t
''' Blue sod Drsh, Grey, Ao
f , e ...n i - ' ' . .i . i
Also a superb stock of kfea', Lsdies' sad
hUsses Boots, 8hosSa4 Galtan. ." fk'
'Another pnrc-bss of thoss EIADT-MADI
SHIRTS at ItOO each. .... i
Tbes Shut gW
w.'nY e. s. ttuktu;
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