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( 1 sEPT. ",'), 16. Fairs in North Carolina in 1 0. Albemarle Agricultural, Murfiecsboro. Piedmont Agricultural, Hickory. Roanoke ami I ar Ri.-r Agricultural, Welkin, October P.'th to 'J 2 rid. Ni.rlh Carolina StMe A.irri'-iltn; ol lial-ci-h, H I'Amt '.''.! Ii I't "20tli. i-';iir of t h; Carol inas, Charlotte, No em ber ;.'nd to ot li. Elizabeth City Fair November 3d, -itli, :Uil ui!it trliind ( -ounty AgricuHural, I'ay-I- lev, He, November '.tih to 12th. Edgecombe Agricultural and Mechani cal, f niboro, November 2nd to "th. Rocky Mount Agricultural and Mechan ical, Rocky Mount, Nov. 10th and 12th. Eastern Carolina Agricultural and Stock Association, ioldsborn, Nov. "rd, 4th and "ith. Bargain! Bargain!! I w ill sell-much below its real value my It. lor d.lmce in dry, X. V. nm ion is n. ated and contains a well arranged house wit Ii . rooms ano puii'i ies, .i i.n ci j den- also a store house find lot, m ousi- ... 1 1 : 1 1 X ,.1,1 ni. ,-ifi cai lies part or low n. in "i-- persons desiring to ee t rie property ran ,lo so bv applying to E. 11. Jones, Esq ., Cary V C. For further particulars, ad dress, W. T. jiily2!i-tf oorsett, W inston, N. C, ALL LOVERS OF FUN, Poetry, Fiction, Science, History, and fin unprejudiced discussion of the important quest ions of t he day, should subscribe to T 1 1 K RATTLER. TilR KATTLFi; is a new, but popular 24 col. weekly, principally devoted to Humor, Amusement, and (iencral News. The best writers contribute to its columns. Strictly mural. SAMi'I.K Coi'IKs Fl:KK. Terms of subscription, l it'TV CENTS per year in advance. Address, Til E It ATT li Kit, auicVtf l.ouishur, . C. Miss E. D. Battle's School, FOK Yoiui Toadies & Little Girls, TARRORO, X. C The Fall Session commences Monday, I3ih Se ptein her, 1NN, and closes in June follow in ix, with experienced and aecomplis ed Teachers in .Music, Art and Modern Lan siiiatces. Hoard can be had in the school or with private families at moderate prices. For Prospectus, j.iviiiL; terms and particu lars, address, Miss E. 1). RATTLE, auul 2-lmo Tarboro, X. C. Raleigh Male Academy IIIUiH MORSON, . ii. i)i:Nst)., Principals. Next Annual Session opens August 30th, INN1. I Joys and younu men prepared for College, or for business pursuits. Full clas sical, scicntilic and commercial courses. The teachers have had Ioiik and successful ex perience. Hoard in the city at reasonable rates. For catalogues, with full informa tion, address either of the Principals. aui;L2-fjw The North Carolina Home Insurance Co., OF RALEIGH, X. C, INSURES AGAINST LOSS BY f i n e , A X I ) HKSPKCTFUEEY SOEIC1TS YOUK PATRONAGE. "his Company has been in Successful Operation for Sixteen Years. YV. S. PRIMROSE, President. V. G. I I 'CHURCH, Vice-President. ( HAS. HOOT, Sec. and Treas. P. COW PER. Adjuster. feo25-4mo 18S(. liar i e r ' s 31 a g a z i 11 e . ILLUSTRATED The December X umber will begin the Sev enty second volume of Harper's Mac; azixk. Miss Wooi.son's novel, ''East Angels," and Mr. HowKl .i.s's "Indian Summer' holding the foremust place in cu-rent serial fiction will run through several numbers, and will be followed by serial stories from R. 1). 15i..i kmdUK anil Mrs. 1). M. Craik. A new editorial department, discussing topics sug gested by tin; current literature of America and Europe, will lie contributed by V. D. Howkm.s, beginning with the January Xuni bcr. 'J'he great literary event of the year will be t tie publication of a series of papers taking the shape of a story, and depicting characteristic features of American society as seen at our leading pleasure resorts written by OlfARl.Ks IJuoLKY Warnkr, and illustrated by C. S. Rkiniiart. The Maoa zini: will give especial attention to Ameri can subjects, treated by the best American writers, and illustrated by leading Ameri can artists. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Per Year: HARPER S MAGAZINE ft 00 HARPER'S WEEKLY 4 00 HARPER'S BAZAR 4 00 HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE 2 00 HARPER'S FR-LINSQ'E LIBRARY, One Year (52 Numbers) 10 00 Postage Free to all subscribers in the United States or Canada. The volumes of Hie MagAZIXk begin with the Numbers for .Tune and December of each year. When no time is specified, it will be understood that the subscriber wishes to be gin with the current Number. Bound Volumes of Harpeivs Maoaztxe, for three years back, in neat cloth binding, will be sent .by mail, postpaid, 011 receipt of :3 011 per volume. Cloth Cases, for i inding, 50 cents eachby mail, postpaid. Index to H arckr's M aoazini:, Alphabeti cal. An Ivtical. and Classitied, for Volume 1 to on. inclusive, from .June, ls.Vi, to June IkMI, one vol.. svo, Cloth, -s4 00. liem it Tances should be made bv Post- JfiMce Money Order or Drait, to avoid chance of loss. Newspapers are not to copy this advertise ment without the express order of Haki-fr V 15;:otii i.;;s. Address, HARPER A: BROTHERS nov2U-if New York. THE II Tl AL TRUST FUND Life Association. Golh.si-.oro, X. C, Feb. 20, 1886. Dr. C. D. Rice, Southern Manager of the Mutual Trust Fund Life Association, At lanta, Ga. Jjkar Sir: I have been a member of your Association for near twelve mont hs, and am satisfied with its operations. I have accept ed a directorship in the Association and will attend the meetings of the Board when I can conveniently do so. I think lhe compa ny entitled to theconfidence and patronage of the public and should I at any time come to a different conclusion will make the fact known to the public. Very respectfully, feb25-tf WM. T. DORTCH. u mi.coai) s iii:i)i i.i:s. C F. and V. Uaiiway Co. Condcn- I Time Table No. l.", To take e:l. ct at I. ou I'. M. Sunday, Septem ber 20, J ssT,. 'I' It A I .NORTH. l:i;IVK. I.KAVK. .'') a. in. I'.t-IllII-t t - . ! i sttj. - lif.-i m. ., Fav. ti. tin- 1 1 ni. !!...-. Saith.nl ! i I'- n- l.,!al 1 I ireen burn, ' Ilium I at Naitlonl. TRAIN SOI Til. Ai:l:lvK. f ircensboro, Liberty : J.I-AVK. ; pi. oo a. m. 11.24 12 j mi p. m. i 4.ir, 0.15 )re Hid, Santord, KaVetteville, Shoe Heel 1.4o p. 4.o5 ; o.'i Jielllielts iile : '-2o Dinner lit Santord KrciLrht and Passenger Train h aves P.en nettsvilie daily at l.ir, p. m., arrive at Shoe Heel at ".:;.- p. m., leaves Slioe Heel at 4.0o p rn arrives at Fa vetteville, at 7.55 i. m. Frei'dit and Passcnm-r Train leaves Fay ettevi lie daily at 5.:J a. m., arrives at Shoe Heel at !. 05 a. m., leaves Shoe Heel at tc50 a. in., and arrives at Bennettsville at 12.05 p.m. Frei'dit and Passenger Train North leaves Fayetleville daily at 7.30 a.m., arrives at San ford at 11.45 a. m., leaves Santord at 12.2-. p m., and arrives at (ircensboro at 7.15 p.m. Freight and Passe n ire r Train South leaves Creensiioro at 0.05 a. m., arrives at Sanford at 12.15 p. m., leaves Saudlord at 1.15 p. m., and arrives at Favetteville at .IM p. m. JM). .11. ItOSi:, Hen. Pass. A Kent. J. H. FRY, Gen. Snpt. I'it'dmoiit Air-Line Route. Iticlniioml and Danville Railroad. K. Si 1). AM X. (J. DlVISONS. 'onilensi .1 Schedule in Kllet t May Itli, 1880. TRAINS RUN 13Y 75 MKRIHIAN TIME. Southbound Daily. . ' Lve New York. 12 00 nt :5 40 pm Philadelphia, 7 20 am 00:5 ' Ilaltimore, 0 50 " 0 00 " " Washiimton, 11 15 " 11 on ' Ghartcsville, :5 45 pm :i 00 a m l.yuchburK, "" " 5 1-5 llieimmuiir" :5"25 " 2 0t " " Hurkeville, 21 " 4 05 " " Keysville, 5 5S " 4 44 " " Drakes Hr'ch, 0 14 " 5 00 " DanviMe. 0 10 " S 04 " " Greensboro, 1100 " ' 4S p in (;oTdsbiiro7 1150 am . " " HaleiKh, 5 00 p m 10 ::o a m Durham, 0 07 " ' 1 12 p m " Chapel Hill, ; M 55 " -10 20 a m " Hillsboro, S47 " '2;20pm " " Salem", " '7 15 ' fio ' Hiuii I'oint, 11 : " "loin- " " Salisbury 12 57 a m li 2:5 " "Ar Suit esxiile, 120 12 20 pm " Asheville, 10 00 " 0 21 " " Warm Springs, :i 05 p m S ;2 " HrColicorib 1 40 " H 5!) " ' Charlotte, 3 00 " 1 00 p m " Spartanburg, 5 40 " 3:54 " " Greenville,' 7 04 " 4 40 " Ar Atlanta, 1 :50 p m 10 40 " Noi l li bound Daily. Xo. 51 Eve Atlanta, Ar Greenville, " Spartanburg, 0 00 p m 12 25 a rn 1 o4 a m 4 40 " s 40 a in 2 30 p in o 4:5 " 0 25 " Charlotte, Concord, 5 :53 " 7 25 " Salisbury, 0 10 " sol " " High Point, 7 25 " H) " " Greensboro, U-L' A5 j7 Saieni 11 2s "' 12 30 a m " Hillsboro, 11 54 " 2 55 " ;l Durham, 12 2H p m 4 40 " " Chapel Hill, 1 H) " " Raleigh, 1 35 " 7 00 ' Goldsboro, 4 40 " 11 00 " ' Danville, 10 00 a m 11 :S0 p m ' Drakes Br'ch, 12 35 pm 104am " Kevsville, 12 51 " :5 04 " " Hurkeville, 1 :50 " 3 57 " " Kichmomb 3 30 " 7 00 " l.ynchliug. Char"tesville, Washington, Baltimore, 1'hiladelphia, New York, 12 55 3 15 8 ::0 1 1 25 3 00 0 20 2 (JO 4 10 5 .'50 10 03 12 35 3 20 p m Daily except Sunday. SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. On trains 50 and 51, Pullman Bullet Sleep er between Atlanta and Xew York. Pull man Sleeper Goldsboro and Warm Springs. ( hi trains 52 and 53, Pullman Buffet Sleep er bet ween Washington and Montgomery, Washington and Augusta. Pullman Sleeper between Richmond and (Ircensboro. Pull man Sleeper Greensboro and Raleigh. Through tickets on sale at principal sta tions to all points. For rates and information apply to any agent fit the company, or to E. II. THOMAS, C. W. C'HEARS, Genl. Manager. Asst. Genl. Pass. Agent. july22-tt Richmond, Va. WILMINGTON & WELDON R. R. CO. Condensed Schedule. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. No. 4s. Daily. Xo. 40. Daily. Dateii June 20, lsso. Le've Weldon, 2 15 P. M. 5 3S P. M. Ar've Rocky Mount,! 3 33 " Ar've Tarboro, 4 50 P. M. Le've Tarboro, 1130 " Le've Wilson, 4 05 P. M. 0 58 P. M. Goldsboro, 4 54 " 7 40 " " Warsaw, 5 54 " " Bnrgaw, 7 00 " Ar've Wilmington, 7 50 '. 55 P. M. TRAINS GOING NORTH. ! Xo. 47. No. 43. Daily. Daily. Le've Wilmington, 8 40 A. M. S 50 P. M. " Burgaw, 9 30 " 9 50 " " Warsaw, 10 3(5 " 10 57 " Ar've Goldsboro, 1135 " 1158 " Le've Wilson, 12 25 P. M. 12 52 A. M. Ar've Rocky Mount, 12 50 " 1 20 " Ar've Tarboro, 4 50 P. M. Le've Tarboro, 11 30 A. M. Ar've Weldon, 2 15 P. M. ! 2 45 A. M, Trains on Scotland Xeck Branch Road leaves Halifax for Scotland Xeck at 3 (JO P M. Returning leaves Scotland Xeck at 9 30 A. M.. daily except Sunday. Train leaves Tarboro, X. C, via Albemarle fc Raleigh R. R. Daily except Sunday, 0 00 1'. M., Sunday 5 00 P.'M., arrive Wi'lliam ston, X. C, Daily except Sunday, S 00 A. M., Sunday '. an A. M., Arrive Tarboro, N. C, 10 05 A. M., 11 30 A. M. Train on Midland N. C. Branch leaves Goldsboro, N. C, Daily except Snndav, 5 30 P. M., arrive Smithtield, X. C, 7 00 P. M. Returning leaves Smithtield, X. C..7 30A. M., arrive (Joldsboro, X. C. 0 no A. M. Train No. 40 South will Stop only at Wil son, Goldsboro and Magnolia. Train No. 47 makes close connection at Weldon for all points North daily. All rail via Richmond, and daily except Sunday via Bay Line. 'Trains make close connection forall points North via Richmond and Washington. All Trains run solid between Wilmington and Washington, and have Pullman Palace Sleepers attached. .1. R. K E.N' LY, JXO. F. DIVINE, Sup't Trans. General Sup't. T. M. Kiiierson, Gen'l Pass'r Agent. julyl5-tf STUABT HOUSE, Front Street, Smith ville, N. C. ESTABLISHED OVER FORTY YEARS. Open Summer and WTinter for Permanent and Transient Guests. Opposite the Land ing of Evening Steamer. Pish, Oysters, Clams, Crabs, and Shrimp, in season. Bath House and Wharf in front of House. Terms moderate. aprl5-tf ii:oif inks. iim:rl ati.r. sf.f.ds. a . Young People Contemplating Marriage! ii:ali:ks AMi Til F. UBLIC GEXKKALIA - in l;i v MEDICINES AT PESCUD'S JOHN FESCUB'S. Fresh Supply IiLIST'S Turnip - AND LAI E CAHILVGE SHEDS. IIEADdUA HTEIiS FOR EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. PIUCES MODERATE, And Every BUSINESS Transact ion Satisfactory. Send in an Order by SViail. .JOHN S. PKSCUD, D RTJGGIST lT13 A I 'O T I I. I X I No. lis Fayetleville J-gf MENTION THIS PAPER. AVc, the Kmplovers and ISiiipl-ovecs of the PIEDMONT WAGON COMPANY. do herehv Kesolve to organize REGULATIONS: 1st. Weshallbe known as "THE PIEDMONT WAGON" ON WHEELS," m di rect competition with the "Piedmont Air-lane," a great Railroad Monopoly. 2nd. Our trains shall be rim daily, along the "Piedmont Air Line." A free ticket to evey one who "Waits for the Wkii," and we don't intend to sell out to them, knowing they can't get along without us. 3rd. Continuous arbitration is going on as MONT ON Wll EELS." The late "change roads is only an effort to make their trains beat them on the turn. 4th. Every man in the organization, who always be "on a strike" and not less than '225 month, and in the true spirit ol communism, we expect to distribute these U agons every month, among the people of the United States, under a thoroughly revised and graduated Price List. 5th. Whoever runs against this Organization will be in danger of the Boycott bv the people who are backing us. flth. Whoever buys a PIETMONT WAGON becomes an honorary member of this Organization, and secures the peace and happiness of his family, independence of Rail roads, and better than all, proves himself to be a man of patriotic arder and sound judgment. By Order GRAND-MASTER ON WHEELS, PIEDMONT WAGON COMPANY, HICKORY, N. C. S-For Sale by LATTA & MYATT, Raleigh, N. C; BUR WELL BROS., Hender son, N. C; S. R. & J. A. MORGAN, Smithtield, N. C, and other Agents everywhere. If there is no Agent at your trading point write to apr22-tf Why Buy Northern Buggies, WHEN BY PATRONIZING HOME INDUSTRIES, You Can Save IVloney. Tyson CARTHAGE, X. C, Make out of North Carolina Timber, with North Carolina Workmen, line HFGGIES and CARRIAGES for the moxet, and guarantee them to be I1ETTER than vou can buy from the North. For DURABILITY, STYLE and FINISH, Tyson & Jones' work is Unsur passed. jan28-tf TYSON & JONES, Carthage, N. C. LEE, JOHNSON k CO., (Successors to Pescud, Lee & Co.) Cor. Fayetteville and Martin Streets, OPPOSITE VT. S. POST-OFFICE. WHOLESALE AND AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS A SPECIALTY. Trusses and Surgical Instruments and Appliances of the Uest and Most Approved Patterns. PRESCRIP T IONS and in bottles. Correspondence Solicited. "launt LEE, JOHNSON & CO., Mrif1o t, Cor- Fayetteville and Martin Sts., septlS-tl RALEIGII, N. C. M:V CROP, lSS.-, Seeds - Street, Italeili, . '. i! eel 7- lv and stop all labor trouble and parrelel with every Railroad owned bv to the best manner of putting the " PI ED- of guage" on the Piedmont System of Rail run over all roads like ours do, but we still refuses to strike, will be struck. We shall complete wagons shall be produced every PIEDMONT WAGON CO., HICKORY, X. C, & Jones, RETAIL DEALERS IN J A m: ivi:rtiskm i:ts. W. H. WETIVIORE $c CO. ! ! i-'.l The .Celebrated Riveted Seam Shoe, UCIMtllil.'S PXTEVr Ct II I. E Nil INK STITCH DOWN, S ! Uivetetl Scam Kip Horse Collars, Something Xew. We I1.,. ti Prt-nt Uights to inaimf act n re t he folio w ng gin kU t u Nvirt li 'a! Hiut : 'I he ( t li lnatiU Itiveleil S, am Miim, Tb" Patent abl- mid Sj--d Niitelt-Dou ti. The Patent (in ! il Si am 1 1 ui-c Col tar, am! H I'lniurr'n ( umbiiiH. tion t-ll. All the al.-e .m-Is ure made of U;e BEST MATKUtAI. and by EXPERIENCED iKKMKN. Men bants v:U pleite sfml fur price i.st and Matnplf A S5.00 SHOE FOR S:5.75. HAND MADE. U;T.Vo!:E O !i;iNATi N welt. This Ihh- is a omi!i uatiou o! i 'ne Style Hand Sewed Welt and the St.tnd.ml S-r.--.v having t:if comfort i.l the luniu-r ai.d t h durahibtv of the latt-r- making tt the ItllS'I" MIOI. e er ojfen i to tl.otnule. As e are anxi"U to int n;x.ce th:s e, a Sa-: .; .e Pair. Gt -,it. Calf C"iigress ( ;.ut,-rs. w ill '-e .sent to any addresi-. on fei.e;pt of the j t .re s:l.t..i Speelal prices to Merchant!" y X In- .loeu or Cae. r or sa.e ty t ne ioad.ng .:a rehat.!.-. ot lialesgti and llurliaiil. I 'li.-.'lse addl e-.-. mar4-tf - II. IH'.MORE V t O.. KuW i:h, N. '. !-tJTi''nctorv 'rtk-o and s ni'-rnnm c r-- r 1 1.trr tt and S;Uiburv Mrvot.. Ts -v. !!iavl: ( u:au rm; riiAcK'' uokii; toiucco. V. 'I. liLACKW ELL, Piesl. T ANK Of Durham, N. THIS It K V VAX V FA ' i LIT V T HemittiiiL,' PLOMPTLY on TO DEPOSITORS, LIBERAL TEIiMS FOR TIME DEPOSITS. Every Convenience to Depositors for Current Accounts Kept; ami to the GENERAL PUBLIC, Every Facility Offered by First-Class Hanks Anywhere. july H'-'s5-0ni . F. WYATT & SON, MANUFACTURERS (IF Harness $c Saddlery, RALEIGH, HENDERSON AND DURHAM. All kinds of BriliiV, W.i,i)N ash ('ai; MAR N ESS. Made by Our SKILLED W 0 ! K M T N . I 'mm the "l ry Pest WHITE OAK TAWED STOCK, and sold ar either of our Stores at Lowest Pi:ici- (We idve a Rkin H.if.iiKi;, ,ike the above, E. F. M V ATT A SON, E. U 10U Hast Martin Street. Raleigh, N . felil l-nmo If You Wish iih , Wn tfriTSBr "h 111 if 11 l5 Ft p CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and PHETONS B. YANCEY, (N. S. Harp's Old Stand.) ralek;h, n. c. :G: We carry a Large Assortment ami would be pleased to have yon call and inspect our stock. aprS-3mo T 11 E NORTH CAROLINA J'RESIJYTE RIAN. Published weekly, is devoted to the Intel lectual, Moral and. Spirit ua 1 1 uteres? s of l he I'ebple. It is designed to be a PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. liesides Kdit. trials, designed to be of a prac t ical chat acler, ri lid a la rue aim tiiut of Selec tions most carefu'ly made with a view to the moral elevation of its readers, it contains several columns of secular matter intended to instruct the in and to inform them con- ernirii: the movements in actual, every ( av life. Its "Crop Notes." 'Current Xews '"' 'Railroads,"" "In the Courts,'' "Items for Lady Readers,' "What they Wear."' and other departments are highly popular. Religious Xews a Specialty. Items of Religious or Secular Xews in brief space are requested from all quarters Price per year .". Most favorable rates to clubs. Address, JOHN JleLAFRIX, Editor and Proprietor oct30-tf Wilmington, . c. i;i vnVKRTISKMKTH. H'OrTy H V. A. A I LEV, Cashier. 1 1 K DURHAM, C, July, lSSi. It OFFERS ) ( OURK1S1H ) N I )KNTS. day of Payment for Collections. We carry a LARGE ST( K'K or Hli(iiY KOHKS. HL AMi ETS, Riding ami Diuvini; WHIPS, ifcc, &c. RofOIIT ClIKAP and to be SOLD ( HEAP. 4- with every Set of Luwy Harness we sell.) V ATT .V SON, Parish street. Dillham. N. . U. I'. W'VATT, in Street. Hi ...Il isoii, N. t to Be Happy P.1Y FROM- 1 The Carolina Live-Stock Journal, A SEMIMONTHLY, PPHLISFIEI) AT ASHEVILLE, V. C., ! l ov the Stock Rreedcr, Far mer and Sportsman. j The only paper in North Carolina especial -1 -v "e vote I to tiie Live Stock interest. Snl . scribe for it, Zr l.r,0 a vear. ! JXO. A. AVILLIA.MS, JR.. may20-3m Editor and Proprietor EVERYBODY STOP AT The Sullivan House, THOMASYILLE, X. c. r?"Don t forget that my House is head quarters. . J- J. SULLIVAN. ap5-tt Proprietor. - PI IM)S M OKI. VS, t. Him I U.11V DFR Ol (111 PI, I . Prx.prie;,-C . - f r "- J- ' ' P H -.::. M.,.. v J 'II It V It N FN. ;.,-.t i:. !- "1 v S l UDHAM & BARNES. J GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. d, JT Vmilh Mini. HU TMIUII, Ml. WE SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OF NORTH CAROLINA K'jrv in:- Insure Highest IVIarkct Prices! Ql II k S1.FS M PROMP III II l!s. Mention thi jmt. o. IT lrk t Strrrl. LATTA & MYATT, Wholesale Grocers and Commission mfrclv-r; UAEEKni. . , t)!Ter to the Trade a I I I.I. M IK K OF I. Hot l ltll s M n;,, si'kcial riMci: (,i i:n to liuyers m Lar'e i4uaiit a s t.f Mi-nl, Flour, Coin, II. t, f , ,, (. ( Salt, 1 iilnii i n. i i;iu, I ui lion ninl It. K. s t iilnlr'. "New Soup." I tt . Agents for the celehrated A TLAS Sl llWi Sitially a l.ipted for !a ! .1 1 . 1 and ( ' -.1 1 n . ii.t.i n-.r I I, MltlMt N , , , , Feeders and ( ondeiisers. The II. I Mi I I U H I. I S, Feeders ( 1. d I 'o' , . h !, - I s II Ft. F'S Ml. Pltot s M I I.I.N. TI1K lMKD.MONT VA(.()N. The HF.- I' ;i ai the I I IIE ACME PI IA FIIIIN. II W i ll eijlllpjied !al III. : Tliti('in Cot t on Ilo s I ) i i 1 ; 1 1 1 I'hius j o i es m n il i nee Solu iliil. RTLAND & III!; ! i t 1 1 1 i r. r,- """T: SELL PIANOS AND ORGANS OF THE VYCRLD, We Sell for Cash or Ins aliments. Terms Easy. PIANOS. ORGANS. I'lseher, Sleinuity, llni lion, (aims, leen it ii il I'll llei . WE HAVE PIANOS AT i?r, 'ioo, : n'zr.o, :iim, up i !l ,IKM). SECONDHAND PIANOS and ORGANS Always on Hand. v Cannot lie UXDKUSOLI). jan'iS Send lor Catalom- ;ml Terms. tiKo. A. xi ni and .1. Ei.i.is (imik. s.ih -n n tor N . .1 1 h Cain! r reli iili: coons JULIUS LEWIS & CO., est iii.isii r:i l A L i: I (i II, N. f.!. HARDWARE 1 'A I NTS AND (ill. Of Every Description. I'lf.A'lTS AST!! L'd: SASH, DOOIiS AND ISL1XDS. "AN'IIRH.I. RIMS, SPOKES AND HPP.H CI! EM HA L PA P. I LIME, CEMENT AND PLASTER CI'N AND P.LAS1 1N. I ' W IKON, NAILS. AND STEEL. WI N IX ) W , LA sS A.M. I' Rl'RBEIi & LP ATI I Kit LELIIXt;. ALL RRH1T COOK STOVE. Ve ;arai. . HEATINt; STOVES AND GRATES LOU EST P II M lis. Milking TOI5ACCO FLUKS a Specialty. LAUCKSTSTOljK IN N.OUTII CAIinM' u it i r i: MAX SCHVVAN & CO. hh i avi:tteulle sriti:iT, P.AI.EK.H. N . C. CIUKJKEIiV, GLASS VXD CIHX A WAIIL. 4w HOISK I'l - I'XISII I (l (.(Hi! I OAS AM) COM ECTIOXEUIKS, Goods for the Summer Time. AVATKR COOKERS, ItKFISIOKUATOISS axi ici: cukam i iu:i:r i AT LOWEST "UAHO IAX PKICICS' Oil Cook Stoves, Cheap HANDSOME CHINA DINNER SETTS k59Tbe Tieot.le ff IJi!eii-ti si ml '.ill -; . r,-.,- ---- ...... an tjs.iiii.s lit nir nin nil t 1 1 y are i n 1 1 1 Call. Ifesiwetfull,- J .MAX SOIL WAN A- Co.. juueS-tf 0, FnvettevilW- St., Rah i-ii, J !MI' If V It OW v It ! . v , , mm laikil. I ' , 1 v HI iiH . , , it ' p,.,. ie To rn I '1 n s. .Ml( ,,i in ami C;islin. l i i 1 . ' : i . .. r.i wnri - ni- i i ,. j THE STANDARD Will in .V While, Itinil.ll. si, It I l VI. il. . R.AN A 1 "to, r.."i. 7", kiiiii, up in t lou i:nt imik i:s. i o it p r 1 1; f. s , and Convenient. BREAKFAST SETT AND TEA SETTS. .. ... .-. i. j licsc J;iV' t Jsui r 'r i ? -j ' - - ;- MX It o