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sinlm ivs r Tin: itsi'A v , ca i : i : 1TLLY ASSORTED NJ rONDKNSFD FOR BLoY peopli: TOM'S SPHERE. CAHPBF WOOL Ai NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. It iii-i-ry v,iiiii.Ui'k dl y, tirat l hermit, t-i Ii r f.'iitiiiy. unii third to wity to !i.c:ir fi at, nttnu-tive an 1 io an advuntsifr ' vievys of a ForxjeosT new LArtO AANUFACTUa EffO- ! i i NEW DOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS (ir.it provri iki;ss. A 1KA OOWW KIT FOR AN A.NUKL. : The rrjff characterized the; E'izahethaa period, th hnop( I distinguished the Georgian (lay,. 15 i- r.in.di '"Mbut thegh.ry and imiph of J ! tiic !! in t':'r,tli ce-it'iry is the' :":!, j ten . ::owj:, with it- f'o.itiu,' I e then dniperie-. it.- clirskinr, ; "" y. "":ca'i-M-in.r fold., its daintiness' m-coraii.ui. reading :: An Hiicin'iit ofth A I tilt ur! Collf''f a,r 1 (if: rif ork.'in-u v ill (MiiiM'-t ... it. ...i.i;. ....,! ,,.,!,.:.; ..i i. .kii.isH'' the is. v' eiurry fW t.v io(vh.iuieal j Jieiulif ui a? a pott's dreim or .ii;Iij.- ti.l K. I"-iUoii u.u ;,rti.-ts l-lo.i. sum a. iimm (i i !' hliHSS ! dupart i. '-lit i.s ihj-' a it m ri '' Ml-i-l '.w t H;u. for. V ion I i,n nr N AT'ON.U.. All li.c Lit,' Houtlu rn r.ulroad. are rt J orbd I" have gooc into a com bine to rcgu'iite their through tralli". Cor.. J. 15. Weaver an. i Col. L. L. Polii ypokf at a hi'A Alli.uu;e rally at Atl :it,i Ih.1 week. '. here i- trouble in Tei.i,en .ie be tv. 'i n convict lalior aud mii. rs It rieeun Unit the owners of luii.cr. made :i cent rai t lor convicts anil (!i-mi. ("l tlieir men. The miutr-, about l,n(;0, ure irmed urn! ay th.it the eoiivictw shall not k to vor'. (Jov. Buchanan has ordered out the entire Stale militia. The last re ports j-.how the miners too Mtrori lor the -vhole State inllitia. Ten Minutes o Twelve. aw j 1 .v linehM. ; About nv the ui-r day in i 1 ! i Ia (Continued from Kirwt l'ai;e. ) piano Iloyul in n Vow ciiair nut fur raivovrtd from tier. Slin luul lti piny iri2 for him, wift luunw with minor :a- t'i(y)U. Soiivttiint; in it wiu?tol the thought to whkh hJi t:m) ntterrm- with th lirt tiKH ff a child: 'H;vo you eAr ItjvfA u woman, Joimr Nut Uie, in that oW time wlwi wj were ljotli ho ytKiiiK tuul didn't understand thiiHj. I imam rel love the kind ot tv'in& th.vt imvktw UiuHht of ofio pir tictilur woman like th m tl.no of a man's hvrt to him. You noetln't K) afraid to tell tan if yoi niiould lkivc. I uhall not lxi jealous." Thn, tilowly, and more 'At Vet 1 don't think truthfully, rftall." TImj end of Ik m-hUhux) sugont! a Kxsibility which brought a Bmilo U Koyari lijw ail net hia THrvce to tlirill- i :if. Had stio Ikmmi other Ham ttio wu h y luight havo bti tnj(xl to tho ex ltf-Miieiit uf qii-iiatutm lovo by gliding it with ttio wr rtkiion. Dut in lw;r helpks dnikiH )k) ft that a nwin woaW bo a brnto who tliould ewu wound ler vanity. "No," be wwwl imily. "I have ivver loveil a woman that in, any other woman but you." W tumod toward him with tli pwiftay and oertwinty of a woman ;-iftcl with rfight, and laid htr luuid npoji liia inm. Tlioi, beiofo lie ctxild divhie lier intnution, hbo liiid Hlipid liMit Iter i1:k? at tins iudtrumnt aitd Wik on In'r krvx rawMe htn tiair. Uo trembled a little, but kejt ntill. Sik) laid w othtT h.nl againwt hta cbe-k and tnrmvl hvt face WwimI lor. "TtK-re w twnfc.thii4 I wunt you to tk for ui, Jim, ti ia a low voire; 'inut !l litttii tliiiur nf it trill ni'iVn a J L..J ...I'D tUM(,f l"IV .1 Ilk lll'fU.- n i would be Willing to have a Slight t hit ni in Ujo VuUA 8tetH for though attack of ntuMimoni.i for the rtr laxurh ryt very niaoy ytrrsgo Kike of recmviiii: in a gown like' thy have beijrte micks alraret of ii , oorrmrm ruecntniy. ioe geuena bum g?io iii) aud of grut natonU wmrth Lmh ailorded a Ki" maxk&t for th prodiKts of the worxifrful kom ii vrr;)il lrr Biekw, aud firet pat into Off ar tb) Ijtsvn V. 0rpH cn-rps.ny, at Low ell, Ma, mA of intrj ftJr ini'(?)7Tw r1rti''atwy in; -htr-v 1 h 1.1 v waving ineifkitu thw unirmJ kcuaiil huvn caueed n inv idhi prodictVNi and low prtc, aod the fTWt oomprvtitloTi of lt yeai boe ktfl to tb raanufmarBTS generally bnt littlo profit wxl not w.4dm a Vtbs. Aabwmitially all of tt wool nnd iu taakiryr carpttti fotr from abroad, wjd daie-fly from Iiuia, Asia Mliwr, leiwi. India ami Hooth Ainerkyv Tl an riWiy 1 rv, co.re wools, tt being raided ursdtrr faviatrV. iiatarK.1 ro&dj rtonft, and by- pcoph whn modef life are nry incujn-fisivj, tboy are of vary kw oct. IfKs liMji'Hhity tfr reverme Mr. AiUxir V Imwi TUl A Wat llM jtd Pour CvrywVt tb ts Wiitri btMUa X4vijr. Hi. AiUiur T. Lyi jf tijr Lowell Eiurf uiJ. ri-o i ilv uf.'sed hy atiy.tu 1 r of th York lit-foria dab t 1 ,lv hi-f vtews rn ivivst CMUiafacfcurhiK it ;ibb?rt by Up vrkJ tarHL Tisn rxl- 1 Both t-Vi tho-'; - - r- y. f-,tnr- of (iirjjetj. hw viw n ojrup ol r Jg K :...-. ; wTthoritv wtiuii no twfvy-. ttrnorrr ' Wal rt-fo! ::: I I ;-; cuj riTniiijl j 1'tntly Tt-t prrrnj ;!j on th KiduoT!, ' (Jarplft and tlieir prk an.' of Rrieral Delie'htfui F ii I t ! SFAVJ lVKUT!SEMEXp. NEK ADVEimSKMFT 1.000 first-class Novels iust received1 Jt-?. R id acta und lor sale at J, FCHRELUS for only THREE CENTS each. The followiutf i-- a list of TWEX TY-FI VV. diller-i t .ovcU by : Lirer &nd Iw-W:-, ci.w.c3 tho pis- ! the ie.'.tet r:ni inst '-p'olar authors or lh da v. ill way h deliglils the female 1 lie secret of 'ood (1re.s.s:iu' lien in the Himplicity of style and the adaptation to tho com plexion and figure. 1 l-A'I U 2-:;, "i AI.WAVrt lilK IMtot'I.UI 'I II IN. it htart when feat hers are in vogue. "Thin uKanou thyy are us'd on all garment.-!, from tho tea tfown to the outside wrap and lint, Thin fondness for feathers is not to be wondered at, for they are always becom ing. A pretty girl in a large hat with black ostrich leather in twice as fascinating n.- with aiiv other tvle o' hat, and a tern etl:t .:3ny, -i - i r i L.l ! 1 utiles r.iii :ivcn dim w.irve uhsi-iai i V,,, -u oniy remeiy oi iuj kiuu ever pro duced, pleacing to the taste and ac ceptable by the itoniach, prompt -in ite action and truly lenencial m iu effecte, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable subetancee it nany excellent palitie rreraend it to all and tiave mwie It tbo most I popular rcmolv knovra. j Hrrun ot bis m for nai9 Ixt bin: iy j 1 a i and SI bottles ty all leading drug gista. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any cue who wiahee to try it. Do not accept iny substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. I v, ill s 11 : ou inarr h tv- vi u W: nt ai tie;, ex'-naiigt lu :u (wben iu each : The Storv of a Webliiir Ititiir. bv t T 1 ' ' 1 ii 1 .J. A 7". id o der; fo; .irti. WW 3U iUv SHOES M Moat (Jranj;1, by Mr. Heiirv tne autnor 01 'Lora i iiorne." ackki. Falsely Accursed, by Mrn. Ann S. Doric's Fortuae, ty Flort-nc- Var- htephens. ;den. Lady Vahvorth's LiAHicnd-, byj A Vagabond ! bruin, by Mas. Ai- "Ibe Duchfr!-." e.:e I'dward AibM or Mr..? bv V:ij. i :rl !ti:e i i ail lior of . A i'r A 'al. Scent, by Mr. Alexander.' Ducho." The iU ir to A:-b!-y, '.y Mr. Hcn-l TheOa-.ity lt:er, W Wood. iliilf. The Peril of lUebard Pardon, ,y j Fader tiie Lii.ii .', by the B. L. r arjeon. . "Dora Thorie1." the Mystery id the Holly Tree, CarrNtonV (iiit, Uy Ihiti Cm-! by the author of "Iora Tboriie." i way. ! A Dark inheritance, by Mary (Veil I Thelwyer's Svcret, by Mi-s . j Hay. j L Braddoti. n Before We Take trimming oi ieainerb aojut uiW ffmi ud every aourc dartug tlx? lieck '.f an Older V. OUiau sorteu:i civil wer afti a time canfl a -: all the lines of the faee. Mrs. Htderabk 6nty to t piaod on ratfpet Stanley affects large hat and &v!ly fw rev.-mwx hou f 1 r 1 i ' ti war waa ovrj arid the debt had riei OStriCJl reatlieit?. peorwd, and many tHxawem tikcTi oil, th( 1bv)' taa on carpel wjr: tvoh nnfortnnatoly Veft. It had not caused tle l-aising of (2tr)tt wooht ia this eenniry, licanee other wjtl.; and ortn'r prf5trct coo Id be raised to much Srfttr wivantage, anl lX7uae thexii 'tioncxwttng bre were not favorabk. The taj . on thia iflmlrabk mabalal oocsidirtratJiy fitcresiSed the rout of the carpete 'inort so litijjely by the poopk. Of oonrflo the twoptatkm to cheapen the fabric by the ttrijttnre of subBtttrttes for word wae gTesit p.ut until within a fw years t?e tnmhlry employ:jti woaJ 1 not admit of the extorsive ti of what hat of lafco yu-H buen xwpA hi enormom (fnantitks, the chcp vstttkt hatr, pntty mudi bke ths4 used xor mixing vith tiii: taijli:. It Ii:ih been Hiiitl, "tie-roar but a few tliins on which health naJ h;iii.inehs dieud more tlnn on the ia:iuiit r in -.vlnoli loo ! '., e.ookf J." MEDICAL VEG'i1 Vlil.KS. Spinach has a dire. effect upon the kidneys. Ileets and turnips hu e.iu.dieut appetizers. Tomattoes act upon :he liver and asparagus purges the blood. Lettuce and cucumbers are cooling in their eCeci:-. up)ii the system. Common daudeiion used ah greens is excellent for k:duey ! mjrUr. The ingenkoH mathirjes lately troubles ! 'uv,jn enahkid manafactorera Uo one i i i i,, enormous auanLitke tf cheap "nair, Celery acts admirably upon mm,K tTM)raK,ua fo; the nervous system, and is a it ihe lucrt- dutks of the Mo- cure f?r rheumati.Stn and neural gia. A soup made from onions is regarded by the French as an excellent restorative iu debility of the digestive organs. Mod onions fire an excellent SAN FRAkCISCO, Cl. LPU6HU, rr. hfw rofc. H.f. W. C. 'RIC AGENT. The Misadventure.- of John Nich- jolson, iv Robert Louis tavenson. i 111-; Ba.(in; Wiil, Svivuuu I Cobb, Jr. J tie I'o.son oi .!.-., ttv i- oreuce jMarryat. j J r. I Between Two Sm, oy the author J A Modern Cuaieiella, by to aot i ; of "Dcra Thorne." i or of "Dora Thorne." The Xine jeon. The iot Bank j ry WVhuI. ! I van the S.u f, Heart-, by B. L. Lar- ote, t.y Mrs. 1b :)- y Syiva:;u- t'el. l-. STOC K A WRONG MPIffl Carries a cho-ee ir.d reliable line of pure Wisv, WursxiE: .Brandies, Bki;;u cVc. at the -T. W. White Store. Cigars and Tobacco of eood quality always in stock. I Avill be glad to see you. HE3TA Ull A NT. It C Sot;th erland runs a fc'iraS-ClaiM lte.' taurant up stairs in same build insj, aud wUl 10 gltd to serve the people with moalrf at all W. C. TUC1I. Airent. Those have who think that it is too hot or daH for livy mer chants to being supplying their stores with New (rood-? ard :nirk ing down stock at and below cost, getting ready for fall trade. Yes we liave for you Mid-Simmer Mmmtim. liOUlt -i: Our Buminir Drer a low figure. DRESS GOOD.S. .'ss kooos musi sco. e wn close th-iin out at diiiieiic, and tho vhiLo ones aro recoininended. to be as a remedy for it-.se raw ! VrforrrvosB eaten in nia. fK8..,UilYii lueou' Kinky Irffi on wooL im)e it alinoet as oubUj, thoorh not newrly aa gocxi, as mxA it&'lt. (.ktton was oued laargely for tho warps in place of worsted. The JlcKlnltsy Mil .inp to bae a upedal sjMte opiti.fti csirpet wools, and those who wlnh to make or two wool car All Tvoili (the tmri of wool larwely nal for tin? wrfit .f c.rrt) w:ie excloikl by the nnjiiHtrous doty of thirty oej.H.9 per pound cOO and "CO Trr ami. ia many caea), and UioUx on other m lt U V KKTk ( miilllA&.LI f (.OT11IN(t Our Clothing sale wp.s so mnch large I hare had to make a second order. They- are boys come in and see them. T'.' .- T ! i Q l we ox peeled that here. Men ai;d jWe shall close out our entire Line. We are in mid June with too much i of unsold Goods. ; We won t stand on prices, the goods must go. You can buy a nice Coat for 50 cts., a pair of Pants for 50 cts., a Vest for 50 cts., a pair of Shoes for $1.00, a Hat for 5 cts. Pants Cloth 10 cents per yard. It will pay you to call now, Stock is unbroken. You can buy lots of goods for a very small amount of GASH. AT A r.e w invoic just receive-., good quality. 4 t. J. WILLIAMSONS SHOES. hoe for '(( i, i.V. . iisiome: s i.no Ti ll ATS. ou: ai Children -'tod Ladies ve a: mi', f o-irrv a taat Very 1 . artk it thoiild not war.t it,; lit now" "Yi?' 1k lnnimnrod, C.c ni.- had paivHxl. Her head droopeil Uward him until her fmelMv.nl Umciied hia HrmukW. "Ltt my hunbiUkd'H f ace bo tlto firHt thai my eyes niiall hod wImii tivo bRht of day M given bikck to ttu," bIm whimpered. 1 loyal ; pulciea thr.lj4e)l madly, Mid I hi edfort to i)tr(vin his longing to clanp her to hia hreitt Rn k her lion with Ida owu amounted well nigh to physical pain. Vino anomaly o the situation mocbed him. He dared not take odvan tatv. knowing as ho did that the hus bttil whK itnt) wiw in lvr htwt was Wt tho huKiikl afiinnt wikxe brtxut Mho kined. Ho oooM mtt answer Iwgr becanHe of tle trny!ik3 in hi houI, nor oocikl he let her go unanswered. Il lifted lier f.K"e lietwoen hid hands and twwiHid with hia lips onoe twico the kiIWti iHiodago which covorod those pealed eyos. ( 'ontinucd next wcck. mm mm - CUMBKULAND COUNTY. Hlitl virtue of a very marked chara 1 . A XI cier, ftiimuiaiintf tne inuscuia lory system, aud the consequent increase in the saliva and the gaslrie juice promoting digestion. :nal over, the aiuhi(irnitiea of the law and rspenJiil 0orrenoiulent Stedinan, N. C. Prof. Street Brewer will tako charge of Beverdam Ilib School in August. We have had good rains, crops look very promising and the far mers are in good spirits. Wo hear of a great deal of sickness. Rev. Wm. Brunt preached an ex cellent sermou at Beverdam church on List Sunday. Ho is a fine preacher. BILL NYE ON Till: GUOItOIA KAZOK-ILVCK HOG. 31 1 SC K L L A N KO U S. heine's oiunion of woman. Heine, the Gorman wit, and poetcynie, thus satirizes the fair and gentler sex: "O, tho women! We mint forgive them much, for they love much and many. Their hate is probably only love turned inside out. Sometime" attribute nome delinquency to us; because they think they can in this wav gratify another man. When they write they al ways have one eye on the paper and tho other on a man; aud this is true of all authoresses, except the C umtess Holm -Hahn, who has only one eye." A good wife is the greatest of earthly blessings. A man is what ids wife makes him. It is tho mother who moulds tho character and destiny of the child. - Bill Nve celebrated the 4th of July at his "Skyland Thought Works," near ABheville, by saying a jokey speech to his admirers. Ibe follow ing is one of 'em : I will fir.-t tell you," continued Bill, in his peculiar, comical way, 4,a story 1 expect you have all board. As a matter of faut the story is of the vintage of 1R54 about a rare and peculiar inject which nourishes in the Sta.e of Georgia. I refer to the razor-buck hog. I was traveling 'hrough the State once on the rail road, and had a chance to thoroughly investigate this pcculhu animal, a.s he kept along I le be train! for 15 or 20 miles. But I filially lost ni:ht of It, as the train gradually fell behind. I turned to a companion and remark ed that theio didn't seem to ho any money in cultivating such a hog as that, and naked him why they didn't tzy to (udivat the Nortluu beg, the fat vhec?.y variety. Tho man looked at mo steadily for a minute and then replied that it don't pay to raise a hog that can't run fa ter than a nigger." So you see the race pro blem is not yet settled la that part of the country.'' Tie Ladies Delighted. The pleasant effect and the perfect 1 safety with which ladies may use the -ibpuid fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all-conditions make it their favorite remedy. It is pleasing to the eye and to the taste, gentle, yet eifoctual in actiug on the kidney?, liver and bowels. " THE AUT OF HA BY TENDING. Men perhaps it would be bet ter to say married men who can with a show of skill handle anything from a jig saw or ten nis racquet to a whoel-barrow or & tandem team, are unpardon ably awkward when they take a baby. The little ones, who usually like, to go to papa and rest their tiny bodies on hi con fident strength, are only so glad to get back to the maternal arms, crosa and uncomfortable, their clothing pulled this way and that, crumpled as to frills and rumpled as to temper. There Isn't any excuse for this sort of thing. It has been my lot sev oral times to so a large hearted physician, married or single a9 the case might be, handle a lit tle one with a skillful tender ness even a mother might envy. LOn instance was that of a lit tle girl very ill with bronclu&l fever; when tho doctor arrived hia patient was eloeping, and he made a thorough examination of her lungs without waking her, turning her from side to side with the jugglery in which the Hindoos are said to be adap ted. Now, as we can't all marry doctors, couldn't somebody start a school to teach the art of baby tending to bungling husbands? Eocky Sharp in Ashville Citi zen. Bachelors might object to be ing taught the "art" by other men's wives. Who then will teach them? E. FOR DYSPEPSIA Um Bnwi'i Lroa Bitter. rhyslcUm recommend it. All dealer! keep it 91.00 per botU. ' Qeouii ba Ui.dejpjirkjj CryJ rjd Uam on watppw. ' houio rattier forced (.wnstrocttonfl of it by the trweury depai ttiient have nttll fur- t ! tlnc i;x.reii!d arts, jid e multiplied ikurte iuki ;rH-tto.ia that uu-re are few ktiids of ca wtol tVt- dcty or wMch own lie Biireiy tuown. Tb tr:criiKeri (TtflU-.ntjf and lai- pedtaeJitx iu. tfie largely mcrexwij doii" obliged carpet nianufactrxrerg to advance the prices of carpets after the pnt-aage of tho Ale Kin Joy bili an advance on atl wwl carpets of about 10 p?r cetit. The cHoct of an tncreiaod cost of wool ia a? once to give an advantage and an ojwrtuntty to throe who use cheaper materials, ami bo it greatly stimulates the tixaenaexl iwb of mtUm and cattie hair, and of ail kinds uf w6j and ehorMy aiwl tons up carpet. The incrti of xrice by tl; maDo factureTH may not have boon fully felt in the retail Hhops, because on staple r tick the retaiW ia giow to adrance priooB until h in old stuck is gowvaad becaose his zn&rgfn oi profit eoabied him still to tfl without loss, which was not the case with the ctaoTracturenv or becaj bo eubKUtuted for the all wool carpets tbe with avgreoter or 16b pro portkxi of cheap eubBtltutea for -wool. Of oourso if one cannot aturd to pay fo a wool carpet there ia no reatsou why ho ?hoatd not have o cotton carpet, it be wants its but then ha mlit afex put down oommcti cotton doth. There- ia uo moral nxtaoa perhaps (thonh Rtrin wwfd not admit ft) -why he shoul not bury a tapestry cafpot. mnde drk&y of iut, with a veootrln?; of printed -woor; Text if the duty on wool had been tkap o2 in ateorlof havinx hoen largely increased the price qf the hest Brasses carpets, instead of being put up ten cerrte yard, mhjht have been reduced ten or fifteen CBota a yard, and an sdi wool tegratn-or extra gaper carpet mtht lusve hoei eoid for than a (laroly) cotton and aliod dy ingrain mny sell for now. ThQB an artkiaof agatsaft uee habeen oixi neoriVHfy tacroxified in price. it io&ht3ll ha.ve been im proved In quality aaJ largely- roduBert in coat by t&e frD edmisetoti oi ewpet wools, which puldhave-hott tftnjop no one and would have banefite overy-ona. A second invoice of Summer Hat4, for Men and Boys, just r-.i-eeived. t - - iiV "ad'dihori to the above four ,-peei ilieL; we :.irr a line of No tions, tvc. Fur Mid-Summer Bargains inthe above lines come fo W. G. KAOKLBY'S. 'ling Clothier and Hatter. 4 r- t.. Extort g ESTABLISHED IN" 1874. .My Factory is now run at full t a pacity . My heavy work is now done by steam power. I am turning out a large number of new style Buggies and Pheatons. We make to order, but always keep a few styles on hand for examination. " I will keep on hand a larpe lot ot Western Buggies (open iusd top) ; and Jtoads Carts. They will equal! iu quality and are yold as low as any j like goods in Goldsboro, Favettevilie or Wilmington. i tt-Kound Shave, Ilack.s and ail FIVE DEPARTMENTS:- Primary, Intermediate, Academic.! Edgo Tools made, and Repairing Preparatory, Music. Tuition varies from 1.00 to 3.50 pe;; done on short notice. j month. Board in beat families, near the School, everything ; HARNESS, WHIPS, ' ! furnished, at from G.OO to 7.00 per mouth. ' COLLARS AND ALL The School is well supplied with teachers. Music will ln iu '. HARNESS HARD WARE. charge of a competent teacher, in a separate building from the Look out for a big Alliance Store Huntley, Sampson County, N. C.j FALL TERM OPENS AUGUST :ird, 1891. ! Un equaled Advantages for Same Expense. ! Advertisement in this space next I will here.. fter keep in stock. JIv I other departments of the School. The uMuxnfactxDors vrtxa maa ctxjr bsQitoba, boilez, aiuks and gemiral (xexwaio are now inatrast snd caj joyiag 45 per ceat. proAactAogi. TtE7 hftvo raiooa prtpes, which oqb of tbe njDnrfxo gayfe "w ars going to tnffhv t5in." CfoOS AMD EhtOS. Vry maU bueik are preferred to bois on evening fclippws. SaoceR9 b ttie card that wins. Even tho euocwwfut fool h oipiandL while the pbikvsopbor wtw fails Is )sfcet Ir. Le ki, the latest owner of O-dar crot. Bayard Taytort old home, has just died, and the plaoe fcs aatn to be said. Ma. Aouie JeuiMBa MUkir, iavorabiy bit to write her first oawL Mr. Henk'ar, aged ninety-five, h fln Wjwi ma unhtcrrupi life of ptMiper fem in the Gotport wcikhousa He wb bnxht there when six years oU Qeotge W. OaUe datma thai the jno meart be boare a aonthenaer talk he oan idi where he h from and goes at his ttoaeetry. An jpp4roatkin to the iYeuoh author fetes bag bean mode by Lady Crtttb xw tor perarieden to etwt a 6taU& Mary VlU Si ?ro mi hesrhotwrn Prh. Harness Department is under' The llie School occupies three buildings, including tho Society ! Caucasian Office, on Fayetteville I iIaiI hut Uie rapid growth of the School, with wido and increas-1 Street, near my Factory. j patronage, has called for an additional buildir.g, which will U I JKaT'Bosure to see my style and j erected vary soon. " I get my prices before buying. ; SPECIAL FEATURES of the School are the Youm.- Mens' and j Jul8-tf W WILLIAMSON . j Y,?t , - , A , , I tite for Catalogue and gt full particulars. Address, ! week. ra 2 t'S S Z 2 r s r $3 1 1 i ml i. t GEO. E. BUTLER, Principal, ; Huntley, C. i APril 12t,j-1801 G A. Clute, MANAGER. ' T " -C H ' z C b - . 3S. m x o c r-3 f 5 S $ z a. c " 6 2 v s b . o - -5 -S'-S "3. 2 S T a v, 5 5"Bii t i V a s c i L i C s . i?2 is - .U i : ir. G rm ,-; i r a m mmmm. Don thinh we haye one out of business because our, adver tisement failed to appear in Tin: Cauv astax for a few times. We are i the Same Old Sim our With a full line of Family Groceries, Tobacco, Cigars, Wines. j Brandies, Whiskies, Beer, c. Call on us and j 0W SPECIAL 1 lintaoyy S3 3 t S e r ? 5 e 7 - 55 r (n i m i 5r.-s k5;S : To vour pleasure and satisfaction. Respectful I v. .'HIT a mr- -n--t- r -s m . NORTH CAROLINA - Sit "St j2f lm ICOLLEGEOF AGRIGDLTURB :akd: Mechanic Arts will bcgiD its third - session on Sep tember 3rd, 1831, with increased fa cilities and equipments in every de partment. The past successful year has given further evidence of its practical value, and its young men are'already in demand for responsi ble positions. Total cost, $100.00. Each County Superintendent of Ed ucation wilt exarzine applicants lor tin Sb iinfeon. Fur catalogue, wldre., "O " TiTfirnrriTTmn MTUTil Handsome Library Free ! DO YOU WANT IT? We will give a handsome Circulat ing Library free to ene person in each village or city (having no Free Library) on condition that they will allow the people to have the use of it for one year, at the expiration of which time it becomes the Libarian's absolute property. Address. Nat. Village Library Ass'x, SOUTH RIYER mum DAT 1101 Mil AUTRYVILLE, X. - Fall Trni Open Aur. 3rd, This is a high grade School 'furl girw ana boys, having departments or Music, Penmanship and Tele graphy. Extra facilities for boarding Tuition reasonable. For full particulars address, I' :lf - -a.C ( Just receivodfrom New York " MltmJ City all the latest and newest vtfc shapes In Ronnete, IIat,Net8, Sr' '-fi Flowers, new Tips, new Trini-; J K ) initio new Ribbons, Ac, Ao. NO OLD STOCK r : " AT OUR : ";? ' . g!- T-,R 13 . Everything fashionable in Head-wear , at th very low est , . -. V ; - . , Cash Prices ! JNO. A. OATES, Jr.. ( w. p. c.) I ll jyD-Cw' -'AutryvilX. C. j . lJ Miss Ajde Bidoeis' Mtlllaerj EsUbUnett.