f 1 ; The CALL has the - . ! LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION j of any paper . ' published in Raleigh.: . . jj CIMIjlC No. 75. Vrrnl KiALrEIGH, N. C, (the fJailn Call , D. II. IiKOWDER. . Every, al'temouu,( except bun Jay. Subccriptiou price 25 ct.ut.-i per month. A.llrfc'fa conimiimcatious to The JAILY fl. W. AYER, City "Editor. OUR AmpTISERS. v JV. DENTON-Fancy'Grccer. ;. t3ERWANGER BROS Clothing. " . - j C. S. LUMSDEN Hardware. ' JR. FRANK HARVEY Veterinary Surgeon. rj"ERRELL & JORDAN Grocers. K. WALTERS Merchant Tailor. C. McMACKIN Ponies for Sale. . Y JOBT. SIMPSON Drugs. - . JING & McGEE Druggists.,. . . j W1NETROB Merchant Tailor. W. & A. B, STRONACII Heavy and Fancy Groceries. BEDFORD fc RICHARDSON Groceries and Commission Merchants. -, K " ... iji s, STfiVENSON Plumbing and Gas Fitting. . J J" M, DYE Grocer. . 'J'HOS. H. BRIGGS & SONS Hardware. ' JAMES. McKIMMON & CO. Druggists. EDWARDS & BROUGHTON Printer and Binders. ' jQ T. JOHNSON, Agt. Groceries, Fish, fec. V WILLIAMS & CO: Books and Stationery; J R. FEU RA L LTSr'CO . Fancy Grocers. "PHE BIG RACKET STORE Dry Goods, Cloth--- inr, Shot s, Scc. YyOOLLCOTT & SON Dry Goods and Clothing. ORRIS & CARTER Dress Goods. - ' , , U. & R. S. TUCKER & LO. Dry Goods, yy G, SEPARK Dry Gpods and Clothing. . ' T - R. WYATT Oak City Laundry, ; ',. : Jj. .... - . . A W. GOODWIN & CO. Druggists F. V YATT & SONSaddlery. "Ly STEINMETZ Florist. . A rftCr?- R-'MrfiOtr lwf'. gone to morrow .Personals. : Mr. ClaudiuxT)ockerY ;was here yes terday Mrv'Dr. Jaiue McGee has" i - -ston on a vi3i't, ; Menrs: E. W Denton and Tolbe Mar shaUdeft for Wrightsville to-dfay ' - Mr. K. I. Williams, of Franklinton, came down to the city to-day. Miss Grace Strong leaves to for "Wrightsville, to sjjend1 the summer. Misses Sue and May Timberlake have gor.0 to Wrightsville to ; spen & a few weeks. ' Mr. W. R. Dicks returned last Satur day from Texas, on a visit to hi3, family and friends in this city. Mr. Benoni Thorp, who has been con fined to his room for a; week past, with remittent fever, is gradually convales cent. - " - ' ' , , :, Prof. Kilgore, of the Agricultaral College of Mississippi, and Prof Dug ger, of the Agricultural College bf Tex as, are in the city for a few day s! I G. M. Spence, of the firm of J. A. Spence & Bro., left yesterday for More head City. He will also take in Wil mington, Wrightsville and othor towns on the coast before he returns. -Mr. C. L'. Grandy, who for-two months past has ably and gracefully fi led the chief editorial "chair of the . iV?rs and Observer, left last night,; to res iiite his connection" with the Washington Post. His connection with the; papier here was temporary. During the fehort period of time he was here, he won for i himself numerous appreciative friends,"wiio feel regret at his departure. v The State Library. Through the kindness of HonJ D. W. Bain, the State Library has jecejveda. Gov. Fowle .Governor Fowl Philadelphia and the North Carol Europe On the steamer cleared t gave him aTrousinl X In Philadelphia meeting of the Go and the Ledger oi he stood . foremosf , object of the meet: to ..arranging for V i;uiuueuiuiutt) iuo stitutional ; histor Governor Fow"le w to the address of did gracefully and the meeting he m which, with the exc Gov. Jones, of New one reported by the pi Governor who. took tl offered a resolution to lect: "liiat tne Lrovern states and territories mee ton in December, 1889, fo of memoralizing Congress cient amount to erect a sr ment in ' com memo! ation Oj nial of the constitutional b country. The resolution ; New Advertisemen Some good rooms can be rj want column. . Messrs. W. H. Se ll. S. make a ringing announ and among other thing; to keep cool. Ever know something abou Bight along th splendid bpport if pure drugs prices are age

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