THE R A LEI Oil SENTINEL
UAJLT, WEEKLY AMD SEMI-WEEKLY
Official Crtai of Kortli Caralina.
STATE PRINTINO BINDING
-.t-- BATUS Of UMOBirrKM.
Dally Sentinel Imrli ad-ance... IS 00
Dally Mi month ta ad ranee............ 4 00
Weekly Sentinel M 44 - t M
Tk Dsilv Sbtibi win be delivered 'ta
mj part or the City at fifteen Cent a week.
ALL A K D . & C O.,
AD DEALER M
GRAIN, HIDES, WOOL, TOBACCO,
Hops, Eggs, Batter, Cheese, Dried Trait,
leathers. Furs, Lard, Tallow, Seed,
Bacon, Been, rouitry, flour, vg
WABEnOL'SE, SOT A N. BROAD 8T
aprfl T-vAm - -
GBEAT MEDICAL BOOK. -
and Secret for Ladle and OenU,
Sent free for two tamp. Address.
BT. OSBTB JMMCAJ.IBTrrUTB,
M, joaepa, mot
JEVEU BEFORE EQUALLED I
The Largest Stock on
C. WEIKEL Urn Ittturntd.
He i stUl at the old Stand with a larger
assortment of .
QTIU2TC , OOODS
TJ. 8. CENTENNIAL GOODS.-
FOURTH JULY CENTENNIAL GOODS-
im. : ; lAirsi smrs.; is?-.
Look at nay latest Faahioa Platea and
choose your ty la, ,i,
' ; : CASSIMERE3, '
' K BUTTINGS.
In ret anything you want. Coma and
ea me, I know I can anil yon. '
WHEEL'S MTABLI8HMENT ( J ; '
is at the old place, one door south of the
Southern Express offioa. .
I guarantee all my fits.
apr IMn O. WEIKEL,
gEYDEL & CO'S. :...
"WEIGHT ONLY 1 rotTND BEARS 1,900
FOUNDS. PRICK OF No 1.S4.
.-1 ? ' ' ' ' i
A moat hunrloo Coach, Seat, twing, Ae.
Circular may be bad by addressing '
VAN WART A McCOT,
184 and 138 Donna Street, Mew Tork.
April 7 wSnu
$1,200 PROFIT ON $100
Made nay day ta PtT Ala Calm." Invest
according to your Bean . 110. $50 or 1100,
la Stock VrMleg a, baa brought a sasll for
tane to the careful taveator. We adrU
when and how to operate safely. Book wKh
full tnformattoe (IDT mis. Address ord1
Bankers and Broken, 17 Wall St, N. T.
Jan 99-dawly. .. . . r , . , -
ANOTHER CAR LOAD OF
Jut arrlvinf. Give ass call.
F.C. CHRISTOPHERS A CO., :
j. j Wilmington street
gALE OF VALUABLE LOTS
On the rst Monday of June, llffo. at ths
Court House door, In Raleigh, 1 will offer
for ante, to the highest bidder, for CASH,
TWO ACBES OF LAND,
fn the elty of Ralelab, known la the plan of
the elty a iota No. 3d37 and &. This
land Is sold In pursuance of the terns and
powers contained in a mortrig duly regis
tered la Wake county, book 88, page 051.
D. M. CARTER.
MAKE NO ENHAGEME1TS TILL TOU
; SEX OUR - - ...
Which ta thrflllsr interest, sterlln merit,
elersnee and rbeepness, ass absolutely no
equal. - It Is HThs Thing" for the Centennial
period takes oa sight,
The North Anericaa Review says It Is "de
aerring of unqualified praise : we anticipate
for It aa extensive popularity": ths Dubuque
Times enys "J tut such a work as thousand S
of the Amerteaa People will be dad to pos
cess": the Detroit Advertiser call It pre
ferable to any yetpublbhed." ANT ACTIVE
MAN OR WOMAN ot rood address Insured
large profit and steady work for a year.
For full particular, address
JC B. FORD CO., 17 Park Flare,
apr 28-t New To.
at 1,25 per 101 lbs. ,
S5,000 lb spWsdld Baled 0ts at 1S "per
" ' Oralaaad feed Btors.
V 1 rT
' ; . THE CIT Y.
r IVST OFFICE DIBECTOBT.
For the benefit or the public, we pub
lish the following directory of the poet-
office of thia city t -.'
Western mall closes"
.. u urivea
3:22 p. m.
. M M
3:03 p. m.
3:00 p. m.
9:49 a. m.
R.&O.R.B. mail close
" . "arrive
9:30 1. m.
3:18 p, m.
Through northern via Ii. Si G.
K. 1L cloaea , 9:30 a. m.
B. B. arrive 3:45 p. m
Tnrougn nor to era via uolda-
boro close .. 3:03 p. m
fhrouzh northern via Geld
boro arrive 11:45 a. m.
Office hours for delivering mail from
7:30 a. m. to 6:30 p. m.
Money ; order are issued and paid
from 8:13 a. m. to 4 p. m.
, Letters can be registered from 8:15 a.
at. to 4 n. m.
Office neura on Sunday from 4 p. m.
to 5 p. m. j'
"2"-; W. W. IIoldkn. P. M.
No police court new this morning.
Fan! Lincke, of this city, baa an opal
seal which datea back to the year 99 A D.
In a few week Beanfort will be pat
rooiaoj "by a Urge number from this
St. John' plc-nlc at the new fair
ground, Thunday June, lsL -Tkke.U
A largo crowd "will leave this city to
morrow to attend tua oommenoement
xercifsea at Chapel EilL ..,
The Young Men's Christian Associa
tion meet to-morrow evening. Business
of groat isnportojioe will eoma before the
meeting. ' . . mif rxs ., ,4
Gov. Brogden, accompanied by his
aide,Col.LJ. Tonng.leftthia morning for
Wilmington in order to escort U. 8. Sen
ator Morton to thiseity. '
The old Wbitaker bonae, Hargett
street, baa been tern down in order to
make room for a modern and adegaat
residence. The bonse was nearly 100
Lata Satnrday afternoon a flower pot
falling from a second story window came
near producing a flrst-ckns funeral in
tbia city. The vesar! graaed the head
of a prominent citizen.
Old Bloody Shirt Mot ton will arrive
here Wednesday next at 11 a. m. and
during the evening will norrate from
the front portico of the National hotel,
where be will take quarters.
About the only excitement on the
lower part of Fayetteville street this
morning was the charge of the dog-
catching brigade. This force is com
posed of 60 little boys, white and black,
whoae garments are of the kind in which
the : Bard " of Avon a Tayed the war
rior of Faletaff company.
Cotton receipt for week ending May
27, 1878, 881 bales ; receipt for same
week last year, 273 bale. Increase in
receipt for week this year, 89 belea.
Whole receipt sine 1st September,
1873, to datev 37,478 ..bales ; whole, rt
eeipta same time last year, 83,286 bales.
Increase in reoeipta to date, 4,192 bales.
: There is a blind bey, 8 year of age,
in the colored department of the insti
tution for the deaf and dumb and blind,
who ia considered a musical prodigy.
Be peforma remarkably well on the vio
lin, piano and various other instrument,
and his power of imitation are singularly
developed. Have we a Blind Tom
amongst naf ' ! 7-
The Capture of Scott Parti
BnxoBED A day or twoao itwat
reported on oar streets that a man had
been arrested and confined in the jail
at Lumberton, Robeson county, who
wa supposed to be the wife and child
murderer SceU Partin." We learn that
on yesterday herUT McMUliao, . of
Bobeson county, telegraphed to Sheriff
Dunn for a description f Partin. Our
Sheriff promptly sent description and
soon received a reply that It fitted the
arrested party exactly. A. L. Moore,
a former member of our: police corpi
and an acquaintance of Partin', ha
been sent to Lumberton for the pur
pose of positive identification. We
understand that the man when arrested
told Sheriff McMillian that, he wa not
Scott Partin, lut had been tent out by
Sheriff Dunn to bunt for bin. . .
ACCIDEKT OH Til N. C R. R
Yesterday afternoon the engine attach
ed to the eastward bound mail ran over
a cow two .miles this side of Morrie
ville, and broke the plough and front
truck. This detained the traiu until a
new engine could be aent to the scene
of the accident The detention was
ooljr of about two nourT duration,
RALEIGH. K. O.a MONDAY UkY 29, 1876.
THE GRAND EXCURSION.
to nobfolk"and fobtbess
THURSDAY, tVMM 8, 1876.
Ticketa for asle at
William' book atorfV--,l.
Enniss' book store,
Creech 'a dry goods store,
Nat. Lb Brown's variety store,
Bradley'a confectionery store,
Simpson's ding store, and a the Ral
eigh k Oaston railroad stations.
- MEsnxa or Raijuok TownaHir Cox-
vxirnoM SArtJBDAX Evairato, The meet
ing was called to order by Joseph A
Harris, chairman, of the township dem-
ocratio executive oommittee, and, on mo
lion, Mr. Wm. Bledsoe wa unanimously
called to the chair, and Mr. C E. John
son wa requested to act a secretary.
Mr. Geo. H. Snow moved that 60
delegates ba appointed to the county
eonvention. - ''
Mr. Harris moved to amend by in
cluding all democrats of good standing.
Mr. W. P. Batohelor offered to amend
by instructing the chairman to appoint
50 delegates, and that all other demo
crats of good standing from this town
ship, preaent at the county convention,
be allowed to take Beats a delegate.
The questions recurring on the amend
ment proposed by Mr. Batchelor it pre
vailed, and the motion a amended wa
The chairman waa instructed to pub
lish i list of the delegates appointed in
the two city paper. 1.
Mr. Buabee moved that it be recom
mended to the present,, township execu
tive oommittee, composed of Messrs,
Jos. A Harris, Matthew Moore, ' John,
ton Jonea, B. a Manly and J. B. Col
lins, to make the addition of Messrs.
Paul F. Faisonand B. O. Dunn. The
motion waa unanimously adopted. ''
BAJTooLra Maoox Goixeox. Our
thank are due for an invitation to attend
the commencement exercises at this old
and popular institution of learning,
Jane 15. Hon. J. Bandolph Tucker, of
Ve,, delivers the addruns before the two
literary societies, the Franklin and
Washington. Hon. J. Proctor Knott,
of By., deliver an addreaa before the
Franklin, June 14 at 8 p. m.. and Rev.
a A Steele before the Washington, Jon
15 at 8 p. m. Among the orator ia the
name of T; McN. Simpson, of this
atate. -J i2L'
Special Term. At the request of
Judge Eure, And the couut commis
sioners. Governor Brogden to-day au
thorized a apecial term of the Superior
Court of Gate county, June 19, for the
trial of civil actions. Judge McKoy
ha been appointed to hold the court j
and ha signified hi acceptance of th
appomunent. .: .
District Convrntio w. A conven-1
lion of the Democratic-conservaUve
voter of the Fourth Congressional Dis
trict will be held in the city of Ral
eigh on Tuesday, the 13th day oi
June next, for the purpose of nom
inating a candidate for congress
and a presidential elector, and selecting
two delegate to the St Lout Conven
tion. A full attendance ia earnestly
desired. Each county will be entitled
to one vote for ivery one hundred vote
and fractional part over fifty given for
Menimon in 1872. '
By order of the District Executive
H. A. London, Jr.,
: . Chairman.
March Slat, 1876.
Papers in the district will pleas copy,
Thr Democratic Coitservattvr
Convention of the 5th Conoress
ion al District of torth Caro
lina will ba held In the court-house In
the city of Greensboro, at II o'clock a.
ni on Thursday, the 12th day of June
next, for the purpose of nominating a
candidal for Congress, and one for
Presidential elector, and also of ap
pointing two delegates to the National
Convention at St Loui.
')' , ii , :'; . M. S. Bobbins,
E, B. Withers,
J. I. Scales,
Ex. Com. 5th Cong. Diat
May 20th, 1876. '
RtJPTIIRR I'nucn in frnm M til 00
day by th use or the Triumph Truss
S ffWf . . . a .am n . m
a xnumpn ituptur ttemeoy manuiac
tured by the Triumph Truss Co., 334
BflWerr. X. V. Tkla Tmu anrl Kiin.
porter took the Medal at the last ses
sion oi me ureal American insututa
Fair. Send 10 cent for their new book
Tha crop prospect In Rowan countf
Tha new Atlaa TTntal niilxlolnhU
TV im within 1 TTt mwla rt th haw Aa-
pot of the Pennsylvania raQroad, - -
' 1 From our Special Correspoadsnt
THE BIGHT WORTHY GRAND
- LODGE OF GOOD TEMPLARS.
I . LowmLUE, Kr.p May 21
Th mass meeting held last night waa
on of th happiest that I ever aa
Mayor Jacobs welcomed the body ia a
sLort speech full of eloquence and good
humor. , O. W. Bain, O. W. C. T. of
Ky., welcomed a in on of th prettiest
and moat eloquent address a w ever lis
tened to. '. fhe meeting' wa then enter
tained by representatives from England,
Wales, j&muda, Scotland, New Zea
land, Australia, South Afiiea, Canada
and -4ba-Pnitad Hiatus in 1m mipnt
speechea. ' -
This morning the members of the
body assembled in one of the large par
lors of the Lonisville hotel, where we
are atopping, and engaged for a half an
hour in solemn religiona exercise.
At 9 o'clock the body met in regalar
session, and waa opened with prayer by
Bev. E. Gladstone, of Scotland. '
Th committee on credential reported
a number of additional representatives,
who were admitted.
Tha unwritten work was then exem
Tha apeeial order of th day being ths
consideration of an amendment to art
1, aea 8, of B. W, O. L. Constitution,
it waa then taken np, and occupied th
remainder of the morning session. i
The afternoon seenion waa occupied
with the discussion of the amendment
a above. r - -'
At night the discussion was continued
until 12 o'clock, when th yeas and nays
were called npon a substitute offered,
which lesves the question involved just
where) it is, and it waa adopted by a vote
of 89 to 46.
The election of officer waa then gone
lata CoL J. J. Hickman, of Ky., was
unanimously re-elected B. W. G. T.
Pending any further elections the body
then took a noes until 9 o'clock to-mor
. thcrsdat rBootKpnoa. , ,
The lodge was sailed to order at 9.30
a. mby Joseph Malins, of England,
B. W. G. Counsellor.
Tha eontinuanoe of the election of offi-
being the apeeial order, the follow
ing waa th result :
R W O Counaellor Rev E Glsdstone,
R W G Secretary W S Willisnu-,
R W O Tressurer R R Scott, Mis
RW G Vioe-T Mr Gould, Cali
fornia. -. j. .' .11.. ,
The substitute offered by Dr. Orono-
byteka, of Canada, for the amendment
to ait 1, aec. 8, presented by Bev. E.
Gladatone, wa reconsidered nd further
discussed till the expiration of the morn
ing hour. ." :r";"' -
In the afternoon the discussion was
Among the speaker of the day have
been Gen. Green Clay Smith, the candi
date of the prohibition party, Gen. Ba
per, of the United Kingdom of Alliance
of Canada, Gen. Talbot, of India, Judge
Lawson, of Georgia, Bey. John Russell,
of Michigan, Bev. E. Gladstone, oi
Scotland, - Hon. Mr. Ayliff, of South
Africa, an ex-member of the Parliament
of England, and many other of distino
tion At six o'clock the roil of state was
called and the substitute waa adopted by
avoto of 85 yea to 59 nay. '
Tbia question ia the one that has
troubled this body o much, via: that
of granting charters to lodge of colored
people. The substitute adopted leave
it to each Grand Lodge to grant charter
to whom they may choose.
At the conclusion of the vote Joseph
Malina, G WOT, read a declaration,
withdrawing from the body, aigned by
himself and the other representatives
from Great Britain.
On motion the document wa referred
to special committee.
The body then adjourned till 8 a. m.
N. B. B.
A CALL FOB A COUNTY CONVEN
7j" -' ; f -T TION. :- rrrv-
As chairman, I am Instructed by the
executive committee of the Democratic
Conservative party of Wake county to
give notice that there will be held a
convention or tne uemocraiic -conservative
voter of the county at the court
house on the 10th day of June next at
12 m,, forth purpose of lending dele
gate to the state and" congressional
dittrict conventions and to consider the
propriety of nominating candidates for
public office. I ara further instructed
to call upon the chairmen of the various
township committee to hold meeting
in their respective township on the
S7th day of May, in order to appoint
delegate to thia convention,
r W- Joxas, Chm'n.
. Money borrowed k S foe
Veiled ia kindly seeming ;
Money wssted U s friend "r
Lost beyond redeemlag.
Hoard d Uh likes guest,
Won with suiiou aeeklDC,
Gtvlog nothlnt; for hi board .
ssvs the care of keeping.
"Spent la good, A lesves a Joy" "
Twice U north behind It,
And whs tku hath lot It here
Shall hereafter find it.
DEMOCRATIC MEETINO IN CAB Y
j ,( Towxsnip.
- Pursuaot to a call, the democraUc-coc.
lervatlve voter of Cary township met
ia council at Uarv. baturdar. May Zulu
The meeting waa organiaed by calling
the lioa. D. W. Courts to th chair, and
W. E. Pell wa requested to act as sec
relary. ' "
Th object of the meeting having been
explained, tue chairman designated A.
G, Jonea, J. (j. Williams and Solomon
King, a committee to suggest suitable
peraona for delegate to the county con
vontion Th committee, alter consul
tation, reported the t following list,
which waa unanimously adopted :
Messrs. D. W. CourU, W. E. PelL W.
J. Uoleman, Gibson Martin,' C. H.
Clarke, Alviu BetU, I II. Crowder,
r, A. borroll, V. Uolleman, William
Gulley, James W. Young, A. K. Clem
eots, W. II. Beck with, J B.Steadman.
J. U. Page, Jacob Maynor, Wiley Ban-
com, u. tr. Guess, xewis rage, w. M.
Sorrell, J. II. Lowe, It. II. Jones,
Young Stone, A. 13. Yates, W. V.
Weathers, N. A. Ramsay, Jno.Tbomp-
ou- Kinioo Jooaa, Frank Steadmau,
Thomas V WUket .-and J.Jwjfoung. ..
On motion. A. G. Jones. J. U. Wil
liams and Solomon King were added to
On motion of W. E. Pell, the follow
tag gentlemen were anpoiuted to co
operate with the township executive
committee to secure complete regis
tration of all conservative voters who
have recently become of aje, and those
who failed to register in th late elec
tion t lo ferret out illegal voters, and to
provide mean for the transportation of
ucb voter to th polls a are unable to
make such arrangemeuta lor uiemaei ves
and for other purposes t W. E.
Pell. A. G. Jones, J. Q. Wil
liams, Hilliard Beckwith, Howard
Lowe, Dallas Alford, J. R. Young,
Paccal Sorrel, Wyalt Uoleman, Mat.
Clarke, a Hollemao, J. W. Young, W.
M. Sorrell and Young Stone.
On motion, ue secretary wa re
quested to furnish copies of the pro
ceedings of tliis meeting to th Baleigh
Sentinel and News, with the request
that they publish the same.
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
W. E. Pell, . D. W. I OL'UTS,
DELEGATES TO THE STATE
Booms of Democjvitic-Conskr-
vativs Ex. Committed J
In pursuance ot itis call of the State
Committee, delegates to the State Con
vention will meet in Metropolitan hall,
In this city, on the 14th of June at 12 m.
By Arrangement with' the various
railroad companies In the state, with
the exception of the W. A W. R. B.
company, which declines any reduction,
delegates will be permitted to return
free upon producing a certificate from
the secretary of the convention that
they paid full first-class fare In coming
to the same. ' W. R.Cox,
- - Chairman. -
WHOLESALE CASH PRICES
F. & CURCSTOPHEBBACO.
RU.BIOH, May art, 1878.'
Cotton Ties, 6i cents.
Flour, North Urollus S 00S.2S.
Cora Meal, 85(g0.
Bacon, N. C. hog round, 14glo.
" ham lSttfle.
Bulk Meat. OearRib Mde, 19(gl3,.
' Shoulder. 10(n U cent.
Lard, North Carolina, IT).
Western tierces, IX
- kegt, 17.
Coffee, Prime Rio lUja.
" Common, U0J.
yrup, 8, H. 87(S0.
Molaaaes, Cubs 4A '
Salt, Marsha.1 tSS.
" Evan. 3 15.
Nails, oa baiU for 10, $3.65.
Sugar A. 14.
1 p ExtiaC.U. '
Fellow C. 1-ScaiO.
Leather, Red Sole 8SMU. r-
u Oaktsnned, 40. 1
EMes, green, 1 1-a.
dy.ioc-iL - t,:...:.::.h.:
Tillow 7 ,
Potatoes, s vr I 75 cents per bashel.
. Oats, ihelled, 05.
thesf, from wagon, 1.85 cents,
Fodder, baled, l.SS.
Hay, N. C baled. Rood, 1.00.
Em, perdosen, lVte. , ,
Huoer, id. u., xa(iii.
picked, S eenU. I
Beef, oa toot, 6t7c
dremd prime, (ij.
Ilesvy Copper, per pound, 16e.
Uht r lie
Bra, per pound, S to 10c.
- Pewter, per pound, 7 to 10 ets.
. Lead, per pound, Sra.
Old Iron, per luO pounds, flOc.
Sheep Skin per piece, Sftie.
Wool waahed, per pound, 80(33e.
snwMhedin to 85c,
. old 7iceoto;burry,.90ets.
1 THE .RALEIGH SENTINEL.
AdMrUsentents 'will be mserted la the Daui
Sshtihbi. at ths following rates par squars of
one tach, or tea miaioa line. .
, One square one time - - L00
44 each subsequent buertio
less than a week BO
I square, I week .................... I 60
I , - 1 raontb . 0
t i M 1 BJonthS.. U OCT
I i ' - I IS 00
1 X - 4 W 00
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i NEWS AND NOTES.
The Ontennul eollaction of speoimena
from Colorado com d rises thirteen car
loada, and mor ar yet to come. ... .
TVeaiilnnt fliunt nktumtl infnrmnJ s
friend tltat on the expiration of his term
of offioa h intended to make a tour of
A marked feature of the J ury day of -
the I'hiladelphia Exhibition will be a "
muaioal oonteat between th different
band of the country,. , , ,h ...
' rhiladelphia has voted 120.000 to her
Mayor to entertain Utose loreijrn vuu
who deserve to receive municipal fecbg
ttibon and nonor. .
Senator Thnrman has at Washington "
a library larger by far than that of any
usually owned by a fjovgresaman. let
bis library at Columbus,, Ohio, is more , ,
extensive, , . ' v .
Next month Pio Nono will have been
Pep thirty year, and if he live two
i -ii , ... i .i
rears longer ne win unro outuveu uio
oil term of St. Peter's primacy, which
was thirty-two years.
The Boston Journal says that anew
instance of Winslow's rseoality has re
cently been whispered, which has been
kept very quiet He only added a ci
pher, bnt it made a wonderful differ
A lrre number of wise and wealthV
eUivena nf Indinnnnnlis liavn aent me
morials to the school commissioners ro
quet ting that proposed reduction in ,
teacher's salaries shall not be made. '
Tbe memorials contain vigorous and
incisive protests against such action.
Ths fialveaton New scoff at the
TTarlfnMt rVinr.nt' laartMil -articles On
ralMfnOrvtiifkans tiV hand. r It save BU -
untutored freed man can raise more
chicken by hand on bis way home from
prayer-meetlugs than the editor of the
(Jourant could raise with all hi science.
r-l.tMM liu iwn mnN ami no mone. '
Ths wiliflaman flramn. elerka in the
city offices, Ac, have not been paid for
montua, ana tne comptroller nan uau w
lend th city three dullara to secure the
flin nt tha n nni iimn rr nsrjera in suits
ben against it by certain claimant
Is It Kundav or the Sabbath f At th
Presbyterian General Assembly, in
New 1 ork, a resolution waa introduced
declaring It to be tbe sense of the aa
avmhlv that to deakrnata the Lord's
day aa Sunday is a heathenish practice, ,
and that tn denomination snouia use its
influence to have the more appropriate
name of Sabbath substituted therefor. -
A monument has been erected at
Shreveport to the memory of Eugcno '
A. Woodruff, Lieutenant of Engiueer,
U. S. A.. who perished there during the
great yellow fever epidemic ol 1873.
Upon it, auer the name, is lnscrincu :
"I was sick and ve visited me." The 1
stone, which is of the finest marble, waa
furnished by Mrs. Harriet Woodruff, of ,
Independence, Iowa, mother of the de
ceased. The crop of Cuban'' tobacco grown
in Gaddens county. Florida, continues
to increase In quantity and Improve In
quality year by year. In 1870 ih fcen--
sua reported 11S.72J pounds. Last -spring
a writer to tbe Department of,
Acritulturo returned 200.UU0. and this
spring 350,000 pounds for the crop of
1870. crown on 450 acre an euiarge
ment of fifty per cent in tbe area
blunted. The Quality is the best of auy
crop since 1G5, attributed to the feet
. . 1 . a. - r- . a w----r-
mat expenencea planters nave euicreu
upon its cultivation.
TIUUMPH TRUSS CO.,
834 BOWERT, N. T., v
to whom wss awarded the
' rrrmium Mtdml
for the best Eleatlc Truts and Supporter at
tbe Ut ewion of th
GREAT AMERICAN INSTITUTE FAIR,
eure s rupture In from dO to 00 days and
offer 1,008 dollars for a eae they cannot
cure, mey employ a ,
FIRST CLASS LADT SUltOEOX. ;
Term moderate. Cssei rusrsuteed.- Or
i mm MUmA K. mil V t. mi ii .t Mtii free. The
usual discount to patron. Send It cents
lur aeacnpiire oona in
rroi. . Ii. Bvanaa, f ,
marSS-dlv -- Chief Surgeua.
J.WH, ... V, ,
From snd after Monday next. May Hh,
.... . . I, I I .1. 1) I RA AAM. M.N
ViiV oi riaiei(n win paj w ....v. .
.ii 3M tm tha 'it Pntinit for not
hsvtnr on a licenee bsdre. Thee dogs will
be kuied on tbe expiration of thrte days
Bnless redeemed b. their owners.
Dog bal re can now n nau at wia omce
paring the regular ooz tax.
ny Vlw. city Marshal.
T O C K P E A ,
sn) RaVela of verv fine Black Peas re '
celved snd to strive, chespfor rh st
ok City Granary and Feed Store.
Coming and going all the while very low for
Greenback or Silver promises sre not ear-rent-at
- , . . '',
GATTI8 A JONES' '
Wholesale Grata and Feed Store,
i ' . Oppovlt Dr. McKee's Office.,
O L T E D M E A L
800 to 1,800 buahel per week reeehelsnd
sold ehesp tor cash only at - ,
i 0ATT1S A JONES'