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'., skit. :;, iss'i. I T't !"K I S.-The ('lii:'ir i,K n'v onarlers over .In'-ns ore. t!oite the Market, : !k- in -iitT .i f in Xi! ' -,cr a re ' :iv md best, furnished iitws a 'arolina. All friends t.-d to call. o ' 0 c u NOMINEES FOR WAKE COUNTY. : ......at,- Ii! Ft S 1 1. .IOXKS. , M'l'i-r i:. 1:. Stamps. ( '. Lris i. 'i . .- i i:n I. I.AM) arid A.. I. lii.AN- i !. I !. TlloMAt I'.AIl'.KIi. i :l -I. K. Nov. 1:1.1.. ;:, . i-tc r M. V. I'ai.k. I !v;i-:'ivr A. I ). .Jon US. :irv ( Vol .) t.SKIMI 151. A K K. ( ', i'.h.'i r I r. .) . 15. 1 (I NN. The hroniile to bit Pushed. Mi', li. 15. Hardy, knowa in tho Ea.-.t as ,. inn.-! m.m-is.-! HI of newspaper canvas- rs has ;i. . ;.tfil a position on thy Chuos- . and ill thoroughly canvass Eastern nr!h Carolina. . - - . I.IHlK AT VOI R r.AHKI,. lAi-iy subscriber. looking at th; laird n:i . paper, can tell to wh-it time- he has his .-uhsrript ion, and lv that im-ais.- ,ii a-certaiu as readily liow much he ,-.'.( s as it a bill were sent him. we are Irving to run the Chkonhi.k on a cash h.i-i-. anil we ask every subscriber who is in arrears to look at his kdn-1 and send lis ,, : i-siiit iance. Io not wait, lor a bill or (ni- our ai-nt to call. When yon .send us money lie- date on your paper will he Hi.i!i-'-d, which will serve as a receipt. We ke.-p no books and always i In- date on t he label. Look a! vour label if you ;i set th in nc- rears please remit. Keinittaiices should be made payable and addressed to "TtIK Sl A I'K CuiMiMi'I.K, i:.i!ei: h, n. c: " F. 15. Aukndei.i., Bus. Manager ui.i:icn ami w viii: m:vs. not ici hip. V; I . ee. if ale of land in Little Ilivcr county, by L. K. Wyatt, I A 1 1 lll'l-' l lie eaid of the Branson House will be found in anot her column. When you visit i in- ( apilal cit v you ill be well taken care of if you top at. this popular hotel. The the ninnoiliit ions are first -class and ehnrires very reasonalile. It' our l;o .d friend and brother, Ftley, ..!' tiie Visitor, luis taken any part in the ie. feiiee movement the Ciiki iNK i.K h.isn't h.-.u'd of it, and ye the jirinter made us -av he was now in linilis)UtC(l JiOSsessioil of the Chairmanship of the No Fence Ex. t'om. It is Wm. L'tley that we referred in in that, connection. The I'ae Lumber Company at Blue's ( rossmi;, Moore county,-claims to have 'in- best out lit in North Carolina for mak lumber. The Company owns 1-1, Odd aetvs of lonji leaf yellow pine hinds aud runs a lnin, railroad to supply the mills with los The attention of readers of tin- Cin:oMi l.K is invited to tiie advertise ment in anot her column. .1 ude Phillips is holding Court this week, li would be a bright idea and save t hem from much hard labor if all the inmates of the work house would follow the ex ample of Miller and take the "insolvent debtors oath.'' Judge 1'hillips would hardly make an order allowing it, but if it could be done in Miller's case why not in all.'' The law ought to bear equally noon all. Xorris & Carter's grand opening took place yesterday. They have their store 'chock" full of all kinds of goods in their line, and in another column of to-day's CiiuiiMi i.K tell the people what bargains they are o'Vering. The success of these gen! lemen is gratifying and when they move into their large and elegant new store now building they will increase t heir already largo and growing trade. In another column of to day's CuiioNi i i.k will be found the announcement of Messrs. Dewar A: P.lake, two reliable, ex perienced and clever young men, who have recently formed a copartnership and engaged in the grocery business. They are young men in whose honesty and in tegrity buyers may implicitly rely. They are both trained to business, have ample facilities and their patrons will find what the v say to be true, and dealing with them wi be pleasant and agreeable. Give them a c; all when vou visit the capital city. The .Marriage Kells A-Kinin; In the Methodist c hurch in Winston, Sept. 21st, Mr. J. II. Merriett, of Greens boro, to Miss Mary Bynum, of Winston. At Goldsboro, Sept. :50th, Mr. Lester Kucste, of lialeigh, to Miss Luada li. Phillips, of Goldsboro. A reception was given them in lialeigh. In Fayetteville, N. C, September 2sth, Ir. S. J. Hinsdale to Mrs. Mary P.roadfoot, Iiev. J. C. Huske, I . 1., offi ciating. A Northern bridal tour followed. At the residence of the bride's father at Company Shops, N. C, according to Friend's ceremony, on Thursday Sept. 'Jth, lssr,, Miss Kuiilie L., second daughter of Daniel and Eunice N. Worth to Mr. Thad deus M. Burton, of Salem, N. C. In St. Andrew's Church, Lawrence ville, Va., Wednesday morning. Sept; 20th, I lev. liobert Strange, rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd, Raleigh, to Miss Elizabeth Stone P.uford, daughter of Judge P.uford. The newly married couple are now enjoying a Northern bridal tour. Mr. Strange fs justly held in high esteem in lialeigh, and on his return with his bride his many friends will give them cordial greetings. In the Shelby Baptist church, "Wed nesday, Sept. 22nd, I lev. J. L. White, the popular and successful and efficient pastor of the First Baptist church in lial eigh, to Miss Dovie C. Boston, daughter of Mrs. Sarah Boston, of Cleveland Springs, Rev. W. 11. Strickland, assisted by the brother of the groom Kev. J. C. "White, officiating. The attendants were: Miss Edna Webb with Mr. T. V. Goode; Miss Lola White with Mr. Lee Keir; Miss Annie Laurie Mallary with Mr. J. A. Anthony; Miss Mary Ilarrill with Mr. John Schenck; Miss Lillie Kerr with Mr. Jacob Quinn; Miss Addie Durham with Mr. Will H. Os borne. In the first Presbyterian church at Charlotte, Wednesday evening, Sept. 22nd at '. o'clock. Mr. R. A. Dunn, "a popular and prominent young business man of the citv," to Miss Haseline Norwood, niece of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bailey. The attend ants weie: Mr. C. B. Simmons, of Rock II ill, with Miss Ria Norwood, of Durham: Mr. T. S. Rankin with Miss Laura Yates; Mr. Lerov Snrinsrs. of Lancaster, with Miss Sallie Lusk; Mr. V. II. Justice with Miss Grace Dewev; Mr. A. B. Reese with Miss Carrie Bryce: Mr. L. II. Walker with Miss Bessie Graham; Mr. A. C.Springs, of Fort Mill, with Miss Jennie Parks: Mr. George W. Scoville with Miss Bertha Hall, of Bris tol, Penn.: Mr. T. M. Belk with Miss Mary- Walker. The ushers were Messrs. Ileriot Clarkson, W. V. Perkinson, K. B. Baily and John Scott. Iiev. Dr. A. W. Miller, assisted by Rev. Springs Robinson, ofhci ated. Death, the Reaper, Still is Reaping. In "Washington, N. C, Saturday Sept. 25th. Mr. Alexander Latham, who was formerly Sheriff of Beaufort county. He was a brave soldier. i Mr. !' u'v lor 1 as wiiLii , . 1 IV ra v -t.:iUk in a::n i .- t i. O.vi-ti li. ( ;io!. tait.-nt uri'l mi -ii. ' lh; !i-m. F.x. Co :t younir 1 i v. iii.".v .hairni:. Craven cour.t ' in. of A o'iu' ; dom'4 .-.ome Noi l hern ;, I lavs, of ' x of Wide- Aw C.n ed Nor; h ( 'aroii i:a:i :s of t!ie n W . clever work for oui-id.'ieatiou-. Mr. Jo! f..rd ! ll.'ts in tiie la-J uuiiib. r ll'i.-trated, uionthiv an i publish m lloston, a ntitied the !at i-cidediv interi-.-t- Mi paper am." h Au Adventure at number of '-The published also in a thrilling article the Canon of the i out li s om jiamon, i5i;-toti. there is ijuite bearing tin- title, "In 'i'i.-nne.-,-ee Mountains."- Wilmiu j-tou S lar At the recent meeting of the :iver Uaptist Association Mr. T. S. Collie- was Moderator and Mr. K. (i. Conycr- was Clerk. Mr. (Jollie h;t.s been r;omilialed bv the liemocrats of Franklin, Na.shaud Wii son for the Senate, and Mr. Coiners i, ihe Ien.oi.-rat ;e nominee for the Mou.se in Franklin, it is a little singular that these two men should be thus coupled together in both church and Slate. They will serve the State and their coiistit lu-nts hone.-tl v and faithfully. f - That was a rare compliment which the Democrats of Forsyth and Stokes t,'uve Mr. J. C. Buxton at the Senatorial Con vent ion last v incur to a ran for the I leiiiui to take alterri at or. This ( eek audit was a cornpli ir ieman. It is a custom "ats of Fo-syth and Stokes te yen's in naming the en ir it was the- ri'dit of Stokes to name t In ton. F-o ., , man and it named .J. C Kux Forsvth. Tiiis is acompli- nu nt no other man in Noil received in recent vears, if 'arolina has our reeollec- tion serve: 'fat ulates Stale. us riht. The CmtuMi i.e con t he people of Stokes and the a m.i: or in sic. Tie - I'oim lar I in ii it i si- Cm oi iiiin l I re ,lr !f ooms a nil . .1 . I.. Stone flu. lialeigh has leaders in every branch of business. In iuu.-ical instruments, sewing machines and furniture, Mr. J. L. Stone is one of those- leaders. Beginning in lialeigh twelve years ago with no capital except business energy, a few sewing machines and a horse and wagon, he has, by that business energy, every year increased his business until to-day, in his commodious sf re, No. 2U l-'jiyetteviile street, we find a 2o,ooi stock of goods, comprising the be-t makes of pianos. the Kimball and other popular Organs, Guitars and other string in&lnnnents; indeed, every kind of musi cal instrument from a Jews harp to a Stein way grand piano. In the furniture line he has elegant Wal nut bed room suits, beautiful parlor suits, lounges, stool and rocking chairs, hat racks, corner brackets and novelty goods in great variety. Mr. Stone is General Agent for the New Home, one of the most popular of all Sewing Machines sold hereabouts, of these machines he has sold nearly six thousand in North Carol in . which is a sufficient test of their popularity among our industrious matrons. Mr. Stone furnishes employment to about :'.0 men. He has 20 wagons on the road making homes bright and cheerful with sweet toned pianos and organs. To give an idea of the amount of business he does: he sold from August, ISS j, to Au gf st, lsstj, three hundred and ninety-eight Organs. If placed end to end they would make a row of Organs a mile long A SOLID MILK OF ML'SIC. If the Sewing Machines he has sold were placed end to end they would reach half way from lialeigh to Mr. Stone's old home Cary a distance of eight miles. Think of it, four solid miles of Sewing Machines. Mr. Stone is a Tar Heel ''native here and to the manner born." He is industrious and relrTlble. He has built his business on square dealing and proposes to maintain it on like principles. As agent for Pianos and Organs, his territory takes in South Carolina and Virginia, and in each of these States his business is being extended. It is interesting to visit this establish ment whether you wish to buy or not. Vou can take a seat in an easy rocking chair, rest yourself and listen while musicians play popular airs on sweet-toned instru ments. It will drive away the blues and make you feel jolly. Try it. Head Mr. Stone's attractive advertise ment in to-dav's Chronicle. Holly Splint;- News. A friend at Holly Springs writes : Our community is much saddened by the death on Sabbath before hist of Mrs. Hunter, wife of Rev. A. D. Hunter, a polished lady, a genial friend, a devoted wife, a conse crated Christian is dead. The funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev. J. M. White, assisted by Revs. II. W. Norris, J. N. Booth and J. W. F. Rogers. Holly Springs Institute is at its best this term 30 boarding pupils and more to come. Crops are much better than was feared. Not much politics. People seem pleased with the Democratic ticket this year in Wake. Long live the Chronicle, Judge Clark and Commissioners Johns and Winborn, and all who dare to do right. W. T II K NEWS IN Kit ICC. President Cleveland returned to Wash ington and resumed his ollieial and social duties China has determined to estab lish a postal system of its own The Labor I'nionists of New York have nomi nated Henry George, the author of "Pro grcs.' and Poverty," for Mayor. Unless amniany and the county demoeiaey unite he will have a chance of being elected The Grand Encampment, a branch of the Odd Fellows, in session at Boston, appro proptiated $2,000 to aid the Charleston members of their order. A resolution to move the headquarters of the order from Baltimore was adopted In convention assembled Dakota Republicans declared in favor of a division ot the territory, and admission into the Union as two separate States Mary Davis, a colored girl, who claims to be a native of North Carolina and to have a father living in this State, is in jail at Cambridge, Mass., charged with putting "rough on rats" in tea Total net cotton receipts at all the ports 232,8--0 bales The English cotton trade is depressed; mills are running on short time Argument for a new trial in the case of the condemned Chicago Anarchists will be heard next Friday Prof. McGee says that Wiggins is a crank, an astrologer without science; he takes no stock in his predictions, which have heretofore proved false Frank S. Humphreys was hanged in Macon, Ga., for the murder and rape of two ladies The relief committee in Charleston say that more money is needed to put in habitable condition the homes of persons who are unable to repair their buildings; six hundred buildings out of seven thousand have been inspected and the damage estimated at 2, 000, 000 A man went to sleep in a bar-room in St. Joseph, Mo., and a wretch saturated his clothes with coal oil, and struck a match and set fire to the clothes. A wet blanket put out the flames but the man is in a pre carious condition Gen. W. F. II. Lee was nominated for Congress to succeed Hon. John S. Barbour. Gen. Lee is the son of Gen. Kobt. E. Lee and is 50 years old. He is a farmer and the only office he has ever held was when he was a member of the legislature. ri:uso a i. a ( so i a f. nil-: no;i .s and Tin: .i:m im:. bv a f ot the Ho4 the Other Platf-um j ly lif leo;!". i The followitiX is the liorf i which was so well rea-e! ! licaa Ixjes that when hai up on it he, f.,i ru ! bv the Rer.ub- liairti.au l!o!l. man oi :a arid all. -d-d in party, i Mr. lio!- i ri-'.'.t into the Kepuu.u ! rln:t M n.ne ThirA- 1... I .-rr. r.i- but h.s I acts help the 1 '.: u bi ;ca'i party We Cf'tl 'rat 'i'a'e th-- I W county u; wrong do d'-termii'i on their !Ust mdi'ia ' ! !1 e.-.te at a i- but They i law of a le them, d purpo that the ai:d their -:r -' to eorreet if. Wake C I'l !;t V St f. ree. ,gr;l.e was enacted contrary to the wish majority of the Hi -a rarv I c lunty : t nat and uudemo- it wa- -pee! crane in its or;: bure nsorne m its nature; THAT THEY CENSURE THE LAST DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATURE FOR ITS PASSAGE. AND HOLD THE DEM KTiATTC PA RT V JiESPi NS! BLE FOR IT; that it is in vinUtion of the fun damental principles of a free and indepen dent people and subversive of good gov ernment: now. therefore, le it IiEsi)i,VEi, That we regard a free and fair expression of the public will at the ballot box, as the only sure means of pre serving the people's rights and our free American institutions. Resolved, That we are in favor of the entire abolition of the whole internal rev enue system, as a source of great annoy ance and corruption in its practical opera tions. Resolved, That no government, State or municipal, has a right to burden its peo ple with taxes beyond the amount requir ed to pay its necessary expenses, and grad ually extinguish its public debt; and that whenever the revenues, however derived, exceed this amount they should be reduc ed so as to avoid a surplus in the treasury. Resolved, That the present system of county government be abolished and that the right to elect the county commission ers and other county officers lc restoied to the people. Resolved, That we demand the repeal of all laws that do not bear equally upon capital and labor; that we recognize all in dustries and all citizens should bear their equal proportions of the burdens of gov ernment, that taxation should fall equally upon ail species of property, and that we favor such legislation as will foster lalior and honest industries and discourage mo nopoly. Resolved, That we demand such amend ments to the road law as will divide the burden equally between property and labor. Resolved, That we favor the education of the masses of the people by a well regu lated system of public schools, and we aflirm our devotion to education and ask that the fostering care of the State be had to such work, so necessary to the liberty and happiness of tin: people. Resolved, That wo demand a usury law that can be eas ly enforced, and that will reach all classes, so as to prevent the usu rious plundering of our people under deed of trust, mortgages or otherwise. Resolved, That we seek the repeal of the Wake county stock law through our representatives in the next General As sembly. Resolved. That we recognize that agri culture is the main stay and chief support of the State, and we demand that the Gen eral Assembly shall abolish the Agricul tural bureau, or so modify its rules and regulations, as will subserve the best in terest of the industrial and laboring classes, (and not the favored few.) Resolved, That we demand the repeal of the law by which, the convict farms, or slave pens were created. Resolved, That we oppose the present system of working the convicts of the State, and are opposed to the bringing of convict labor into competition with the honest or legitimate laboi of the farm, work shop and the manufactory. Resolved, That this organization shall be called and known as the People's party. How many of those who attended the Anti-No Fence convention in March, except Messrs. Holletuan and Tonnofrski, ever heard the above re olutions read before they were read in the Republican Conven tion? We venture to answer not a half dozen. But the following was the plat form adopted by that Convention, which wasn't greasy enough for chairman IIol leman to slide in on: The Genuine Old Original. We congratulate the people of Wake county upon their just indignation at a w rong done them, and their peaceable but determined purpose to correct it. They recognize that the "Wake County Stock Law was enacted contrary to the wishes of a majority of the people of said county; that it was especially arbitrary and un democratic in its origin, and burdensome in its nature; THAT WHILST THEY DO NOT CENSURE THE LEGISLATURE AS A WHOLE FOR ITS PASSAGE, THEY DO HOLD CERTAIN INDIVIDUALS RE SPONSIBLE FOR IT. They believe it was the few, and not of the many; and that whereas such violations of the fundamental principles of democracy are subversive of good government; now, therefore, be it Resolved, That we adhere to Demo cratic principles as enurciatcd in the spirit of our Constitution. Resolved, That we regard a free and fair expression of the public will at the ballot-box as the only sure means of pre serving the people's right and our free American Institutions. Resolved, 1 hat we are in favor of the entire abolition of the whole internal rev enue system, as a source of great annoy ance and corruption in its practical oper ation. Resolved, That no government, State or Municipal, has a right to burden its people with taxes beyond the amount required to pay its necessary expenses and giadually extinguished its public debt, and that whenever the tevenues. however derived, exceed this amount, they should be reduced so as to avoid a surplus in the treasury. Resolved. That the present system of e.unty government should be abolished, and that the right to elect the County Commissioners and other county officers be restored to the people. Re ih'ed. That we seek the repeal of the Wake County Stock Law through our representatives in the next Geneial As sembly of North Carolina FENCK RAILS KEEP A-FLYING. Little Inciiients and Bits of Chat on the Republican Convention. "I'm an Independent candidate for Reg ister of Deeds," says Mai. Moses A. Bled soe, "and I am going to ride Buck Adams all over Wake county like a bee martin riding a hawk. "Ohas. Lumsden will add two hundred votes to the Democratic ticket in Raleigh tow nship alone, ' said Gen. Jno. C. Gor man. "He is a workingman with all the word implies," continued the General, "and it ought and will be a pleasure to the me chanics and workingmen all over the coun ty to give him their support." "If chairman Holleman had been ap pointed Janitor ot tho Kaieigh 1'ost-omce, I wonder if he would have been so promi nent a tigure in the late Kepublican con vention," remarked a prominent Demo crat the other day, "or would he have found time to agitate so earnestly the Stock-law question?" "Give it up," said another P. D. Mr. W. J. Holleman says that in his speech in the Republican convention he did not state that his party, which he calls "the People's party," would endorse John Nichols for Congress. He did say that he himself would endorse and support Mr. Nichols. We are glad to do Mr. Holleman justice. We regret that in his old age,after an honorable !:fe. he is - i K , ;tn, f. auu Mi;.;..rt to ih. ii-p-. s a" v !! savs he is vet a l'-n' :,: ,-; , " ' ii::'i.e..e-; i.":..- th.- I:-;.-, . jUtv. All h;s fr ends wisii he u.eild k.-ep .. ..' '.. pub1,- an eo';ve-.T-;..i. and .-:: :. the old Derri'n ratie part v. Mr G.J. B .-.v.-.rs..-.f s. V...-C- ..; ship. WO a e.ltl-i.da'e bef- ,-e ?;." lie R.. publican O iiv.-riM..!'. f t the !.:!;. ' Mr. P. -.v-r, ..-a r:s a :-;u M a c"-"! "Id D.-ne.' ra'ie - -ha" '-h iv.d him-e'.f t.ic-ly nt.t:! Mr. ?' .w. r- t I . : I ft 1 .1 -1 . l.ep'.iMic;t.. ne Ofove II,- -iiM tnu;. town to a! t e'.d the I '. Ye!:! . t not knowing the ,,V,.e' that br-e..g!t Vr Bowers to town. jogg'--i a!ong ::i goo ! - : its arid wa- apparent in the ).. of !:.; mor. but when he .,t to t n a:: 1 leartc d that Mr. Bowers was figuring in The Re publieun Convention, of; ; hi.-v u. d that mule d: ! get. lb- backed his ! ,:.; pawed up dirt and wh- n Mr. Uovu-r-. after the Convention ha I adjourned, hit. hed up and started home, his m.i'eship wa almost uncontrollable. He tried to run away and break things to pieces; he tried to break off the buggy shafts and he went through Garner's so fast that Mr. Bowers didn't have titne to stop and tell his neigh bors the iiev s from the Convention. That mule ought to be allowed to vote. N E W ADVERTISE M EN'TS. Absolutely Pure. I'h is powder never varies. A uinrvel of pu rity, strength and wholesomeness. .More economic;! I than t he old i nary k im Is. a lid i a n not lie sold in competition with lliemnlti tude of low test, short wa-iuht alum or phos phate powders. Sold oiilv in cans. Rov.M. P..VKIM. 1'ownKi: Co., lor," Wall St., N Y. FOR SALE! A lull set of X. C. Supreme Court UepoJt' Apply t JOHN A. MOO ICC. sept:-1:?-If Halifax, N. C. Branson House, Near Capital Square, RAI.EIC1I, N. C. A QI IET PLEASANT HOTEL. Zi1!" Transients $l.5 per day. Special rates by the week or month. sepuu-tf NOTICE OF SALE ! Tiy virtue of authority tome given in a Mortgaire executed on the 14th day of Feb ruary, ls.s4, by W. II. Hopkins and wife, and recorded in the Register's ollice of Wake county in Hook 78 Page :?5S; I will, ou Mon day, the :."ith day of October, lssti. sell at the Court House door, in the city of Kaieigh, the undivided one-half interest of V. 11. Hop kins in a tract of land in Little River town ship, Wake county, adjoining the lands of T. Hopkins and F. Richards, and fully de scribed in said Mortgage. Time of sale 12 o'clock M. Terms ot sale Cash. Kaieigh, X. C, Sept. :itst, lssi,. I,. It. H YATT, septSWt .Mortgagee. ANNOUNCEMENT ! W. K. Dewai:, .7 no. li. Hlakk, of Wake Co. of Harnett Co. (Late with Leu H. Adams.) Dewar & Blake, Commission Merchants, WILMINGTON ST., RALEIGH, N. C. We announce to our friends and the inn-ch asing public the formation of the above co partnership, and ask a share of their patron age. We havn't gone in for fun, but AVE MEAN BUSINESS, and our personal attention shall be given to all business entrusted to us. We have a Full Line of everything in the Grorery Line, bought Cheap for Cash and NO HOUSE SHALL UNDERSELL US. I?TCuim' to see us yourself and tell your neighbor to come. sepiio-tf DEW A It .V ItLVKF. A. V. Pack, Rout. X. Pace. H.A Pack, .fiMi s K. Pack -:Oi- tii i: nge Lumber Comp ny, (Successors of A. F. Page and Kobt. X. & Ii. A. Page.) JWiiiit good, prompt customers to buy FIVK III N I It r. O TIHIIVtAU leet ot LI'MltlOIt every month. Three nulls of large capacity of the most improved patterns. Fourteen thousand acres of Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lands. A lo"-"dng railroad to supply the mills with logs. Situated immediately on the line of the K. & A. A-L. Kailroad. We claim to have the BEST OCT ITT in Xorth Carolina for making LU.MIIEIt. We call the attention of buyers specially to the fact that we can turnish Large Orders Promptly, and always as CII E A V as the same quality of Lumber can be bought elsewhere. Personal attention given to every detail Same attention given orders for one car load as is given to orders for one huniireii loans Correspondence solicited. All communi cations answered cheerfully and promptly. ?Send schedule of sizes when asking for prices. Address all communications to the pa;e n .;ni:it com pax v, Ulue's Crossing sepiSO-lmo Moore Co., X. C. Advertisers will confer a favor, when writing, Ky saying "Saw your advertisement in the S'.ate Chhosk le. Editor. STATESVILLE COLLEGE, STATES VILLE, X. C, Renins Wednesday, September 1st, 1880 Closes June, 1887. Full corps of Teachers, fine climate, home comforts and moderate charges. Special lessons in Cooking and ilouse Keeping without extra charge. JaSend for Catalogue. .Miss FANNIE EV ERETT, julyl-3m Principal. Si n n vim i!iini:mi m . an, -""xT. - "f-Ki-Vi-v? Hv . .-"w X Mwu' ----- - HORNSR Scin oi Nine Moni lis hein- Inila. (tolr ttli, l.ssU, eiuliii;' I'ril.i, .liuit i l(h, 1 SSI, with ;iii iiiterniission ol one at ClirNt iua. Cliarjjr for the nine months reduced to NlMI. One-half paj aide in adx.ui.,-. the other lia!l' at the expirat ion of t w cut weeks, when Hie Spiiu- Term will heiu. Rooms lare and w ell nt ilatcd. Courses of st ud complete in c ct rcpcit. cliool tliorou;IiI tMiiippi Tis Better Late Than Never, Hut the idi !-.r FALL I'lanun is lU'IST'S LATK FLAT lU'Tl'II N ! i Drumhead Cabbage. LAT DUTCH, lIUTAlU(iA, II UD TOP. (il.oliK SEVEN TOP AND ( )T!I VAl Ti; KN I P S EE DS. FHLSH from tiie FiKLhS of tin- (JUKAT I'd 1ST. -"T'Coine and huv or .-iid ordi-rs to JOHN Y. racRAE, ii;l"(;(;ist ani si:kisman, janT-tf 'r. W i I in i li ( it . iailin ami Iail.i-l Slv.. l-iu li , . '. Hoed tliese things. i: i:hy kind - Vol' CAN ALWAYS (JET LOWEST PKICES I?y Calling on or Writing tu J. W. Denmark & Co., it vm:i;ii. n. c PATENT kC.A GAMBRILL MF6.C0. fiV Family VAR RANTED . C.A.GAMBRILIWFGCO BALTIMORE 4 ' W 136 (VEXtra Family HU Extra & WARRANTED A WARRANTED - A VAHRANTED: iCA GAMBRIllMFCCO C.II.6AMBBIUMI6 CO C ft GAMHR1LI WIFE CO , C A. -WARRANTED 'A. "WARRANTED sVT PVJ All First Class Grocers Keep It, ASK FOR IT ALWAYS. O U R FIRS T SPRING SURPRISE. 200 MARKED DOWN AT S7.50. Former I'rice truin f;.iNi to ?13.5o. :UH) SL ITS MARKED DOWN AT $10.00. Former Price from 12.5o to :?-i:i..r)J. 500 Pairs of Pants at $3.50. Former Price from 4.5t to i.50. FThe above are all fresh liootls, but of Viroken lot.s and we have but one or two of a kind, so we advise customers to call early and avail themselves of this rare bargain. Verv Kespectfullv, BEIiWANGEK BROS., LEAUIM; TAILORS A.M C LOT 11 IE US. Opposite LT. S. Post-O'tice. P. S. Our line of real liht-weight SI MMER CLOTIIIXi is the liaiidsomest and largest ever shown in the State. aprl-3mo 1U K t H TIT! t. XOUTU ( A1U)LI V. d lor thcleut work. Send .i. Ir' the school hell rmjs h it ;1 OF VJ Family A .WARRANTED CA.GANIBRIUMFG.CO BALTIMORE. 16 V, 1H6 T D5U- tlT OHU-X- A VARRANTED Z f ciMBRILL SUITS SCHOOL tor Catalogue. ii. A: .i. c. iioi:i:i:. A. B. Stronach, sin i I-- ! ! W.C.&A.B.Sironach, liuli-alc i;. t i 1 Ur.M .T .'o i n i i: ii i i m . ? an. I Noilli MiitLil stiii I . 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