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J. L. STOWE, Raleigh. N. C, PI A.ND Sewing Machines. Verv Iiowest Prices. Most Reasonable Terms. PIANOS: STEINWAY, KRANICH & BACH, BEIIR BROS., AND EMERSON. ORGANS : GREAT WESTERN, KIMBALL, MILLER, WHITNEY. AND BRIGEPORT. 'Write for prices and terms. J. L. STONE, Raleigh, C. octl3-lyr Patapsco Flouring Mills. Established 177. OUR Patent Roller Flours Are Manufactured from the CHOICEST WHEAT OBTAINABLE. Their superiority for UNIFORMITY, STRENGTH Ot WSArrKUAUnADlit FLAVOR, has long been acknowledged. Th Patapsco Superlative stands unrivalled. Of a rich, creamy col or, it makes bread that will suit tne most fastidious. Ask your grocer for PATAPSCO SUPERLATIVE PATENT, PATAPSCO FAMILY PATENT, MAPLE TON FAMILY, HOWARD MILLS EXTRA. C. A. Gambrill M'fg. Co., 214 Commerce Street, BALTIMORE, MD. Represented by ALF. A. THOMPSON, Raleigh, N. C. Janl&-tf TOBACCO! THE MODERN TOBACCO BAM saves about eight leaves, that are usually was tea, on eacn plant. ne primings wueu cured m trie Jiuuftii.i iiaii.i are wurm double the price of fillers. The lugs are wtnA .Via V., it, r- Tlviffrt rr fho TtTlfr. ftTlfl 1 LUG UCOl A J w.. -" , bring the highest price as cutters and wrap pers. No trash Tobacco in the crop. The ton 1 pa ves mature earlier and better when the lower leaves are removed as fast as they mature. One cord of wood will cure as much Tobacco in a properly constructed .ut)U ERN BARN as 8 cords will in the common log barn, on the stalk. The barn is fire Droot and will cost if constructed of the best materials $323.00. If a farmer plants 20 acres of Tobacco it will pay him tne cost or construction and 50 per cent, interest the first season. Address, W. II. N. SNOW, lanl9-4m High Point, N. C. Saif In corresponding mention this paper. Peace Institute, Raleigh, N. C. The Spring Term commences on the 20th day of January, and ends J une 6th, 1888. Deduction for two more from same family or neighborhood. For Circulars and Catalogue, Address, Rev. R. BURWELL & SON, dec22-tf Raleigh, N. C. How Much Insurance SHOULD YOTI EFFECT ? This Is a question not easily answered. If you are now expending $1 ,000 per annum on your family; to enable your wife and family to live at this rate, you must leave them about t2O,O0O. Have you saved any thing yet P If not, insure at once. You say it is too much; that you cannot afford it but how can your family live on much less than they do now? Make some thing sure at once, and then increase the Insurance from time to time. THE COST OF INSURANCE : 1. Between the ages of 25 and 31 inclusive. it involves a weekly saving of 40 to 45 cents for each f 1 fOOO. Between the ages of 32 and 52 Inclusive, a weekly saving of 47 cents to 91 for each 91,000. Between the ages of 53 and 65 inclusive, a weekly saving of 91.05 to 91.98 for each 91, OOO. 2. Is it impossible to save such an amount to provide for the comfort of the family T 3. If you ' find it hard even to meet your S resent expenses," how will the fam y be situated in the event of your sudden death? It yon think you are too poor to pay for Life Insurance, are you not too poor to die aad leave your family without it? IW-Apply to Manhattan Life Insurance CmTl of New York, for policies incontesta ble, nor feetabie and free from technicali ties. PETER M. WILSON, General Ageat lor North Carolina. ANOS ORGANS, NEW ADVERTISEMEMT8. PRINTERS AND BINDERS. Ed wards & Broughton, RALEIGH, X. C. Having the Lartrest and Best Equipped Printing Office and Book Bindery in the State, we are prepared to execute all classes of work in our line with great dispatch. Our Work is First-Class. Our Prices Reasonable. Commercial, Railroad, Legal, School, and uenerai oric. EDWARDS & BROUGIITON, Publishers, Raleigh, N. C. feblO-tf ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, RALEIGH, N. C. THE ADVENT TERM, THE 94TH SEMI-ANNUAL SESSION, BEGINS THURSDAY, JANUARY 26TII, 1888. For Catalogue, address the Rector, BEY. BENNETT SMEDES, A. M. jama-tf Picture Frames, WINDOW SHADES, CORNICE POLES, AND Hcuse Ornaments OF EVERT DESCRIPTION AT Fred A. Watson's 112 Fayetteville Street. ARTISTS' MATERIAL Department, a Specialty. Canvass Stretchers odd sizes Made to Order, Paints, Brushes, Plaques, Panels, and All Kinds ol Art Novelties. 53?Mail orders have prompt attention. oct20-ly James E. Tyler, (Successor to John H. Tyler & Co.,) 807 MAIN ST., (Pace Block,) RICHMOND, VA., -j TTT A T-1. JJiaiI1011ClS"WatCiieS-J eWelrV, JAMES E. TYLER, JEWELER, Has the largest stock of Diamond, Solitaire Ear-rings and finger rings, also a large vari ety of Clusters or Diamonds, bap hires and rluDies. Gentlemen and Ladie's stem winding Gold Watches. Gents from $30 to f 100. Ladies from J25 to $50. Each watch guaranteed. Solid silver in plush cases for bridal pres ents from $4.50 to $100. French Clocks and a large stock of Fancy Goods. ISf Watch repairing dene in the best man ner and at the lowest price. decl5-6mo THE PERFECT CHEAP FERTIZER. NORTH CAROLINA Lime Phosphate. A Natural Compound of Bone Phos. phate, Line, in amnesia, hoi able Silica, Sulphates, Chlorides and Potash. WHAT IT CONTAINS: Every bag of this Phosphate weighs 200 pounds, and every bag is guaranteed to con tain as follows : 10 to 16 pounds Phosphoric Acid, in a form that plants can take up ; or 23 to 35 pounds Bone Phosphate. 100 to 120 pounds Lime, in forms suitable to feed plants, act on the soil and on other manures. 13 to 4 pounds Potash, in a form available to plants. pound Soda, Sulphuric Acid and Chlo rine each, very small amounts of which arc used bv plants. o to 12 pounds or Alumina, uxiae or iron and Soluble Silica. J39This is what you want to buy in a Mineral Fertilizer. WHAT IT DOES NOT CONTAIN : 1. The vast majority of commercial ferti lizers contain from 3(i to 40 pounds of water in every 200 pound bag. Our Lime Phos phate contains less than 4 pounds of water in each 200 pounds. As we do cot want to sell you what you have a plenty of, we make this Fertilizer as dry as we can before weigh ing it out. 2. Most other fertilizers contain 60 to SO pounds of strong Sulphuric Acid to each bag. which is in great excess above the needs 01 plants and is injurious to soils, making them sour and productive of sorrel and such nox ious growths. This Phosphate does not re quire Sulphuric Acid'to dissolve it, and con tains only just what plants need. To Make a Fertilizer for all Crops. Compost 800 lbs. of Lime Phosphate and 200 lbs. of Kainit with 1,000 lbs., or say 50 bushels, of stable manure, muck, mould or some kind of vegetable matter. In the present condition of the markets, with cotton at 8K cents a pound, and other products in proportion, don't you think there is need of a change in this business of buying high-priced fertilizers. The way to make the change is to buy North Carolina Lime Phosphate, which is all phosphate and lime, ingredients neces sary to plants, and is not loaded with acid, which makes it high-priced, and Compost Your Fertilizers at Home. Lime Phosphate is delivered free on board cars in bags at a very low price at the works. Supposing it cost you $12 at your farm and kainit $12 per ton, the above ton of fertilizer will cost you, besides labor, $7.50, seven dol lars and nf ty cents. This is an excellent manure for cotton, corn or almost any crop. f eb2 2m ALFRED D. JONES, Attorney-at-Jjaw, Will practice in all the Courts of the State Office in the Mahler Building, RALEIGH, N. C. m&y27-6mo NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BLOOD POISON. Three years ago I contracted a blood poi son. I applied to a physician at once and his treatment came near killing me. I em ployed an old physician and then went to Ky 1 then went to Hot irprinps and re mained t vo months, but nothing seemed to cure me permanently, alt hough temporary relief was given me. My condition grew desperate and I applied to a noted quack, but I did not improve. I then used a pre paration which was prescribed "gratis," but it contained too much alcohol and aggravat ed my sufferings. 1 then placed myself un der the treatment of a noted Nashville physician and for a time was benefited, but by fail I returned home a ruined man physi cally, with but little prospects c-f ever get ting well. My money being exhausted. I did not know what to do. In May, 1.SS5, my mother persuaded me to get a bottle of B. B. B. (made in Atlanta) and I did so to grat ify her, but to my utter astonishment I had not finished the first bottle before every ulcer had been healed. To the present time I have used five bot tles and have received more beneiit than from all the rest combined; and I am satis fied that B. B. B. is the most wonderful blood purifier ever before known, and I urge all afflicted young men to try one single bottle and be convinced. I can truly say I think it the best medicine in the world. Z. 'J'. Hallektos. Macon, Ga., May 1, 18S0. VERY NERVOUS. For many years I have been afflicted with Rheumatism combined with some Kidney Troubles- Indigestion finally added to my misery and I soon became feeble and very nervous, ana my wnole system was pros trated. Several phyicians were employed and numerous patent medicines resorted to without benefit. Alter seeing so many tes timonials extolling the wonderful merit of is. a. a., 1 commenced its use and the effect was like magic. Rheumatic pains ceased, my kidneys were relieved and my constitu tion improved at once, and I cheerfully recommend it to others who may lie similar ly afflicted. Miss S. Tomlinsox. Atlanta, lia., May 4, isso. TO THE PUBLIC Charlotte, N. C, April 21, 1SSG. After using B. B. B. I unhesitatingly state that it did more good for my Kidney Com- flaint than all other remedies combined, ts action is speedy and 1 cheerfully recom mend it for Kidney Derangements. T. 15. CALLAIIAN. All who desire full information about the cause and cure of Blood Poisons, Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings, Ulcers, Sores. Jiheumatism, Kidney Complaints, Catarrh, etc., can secure by mail, tree, a copy or our 32 page Illustrated Book of Wonders, filled with the most wonderful and startling proof ever Derore known. Address, BLOOD BALM CO., mar'2-5w Atlanta, Ga. PLOWS-PLOWS. I have prepared, and ready for the market, a Large Stock of the BEST PLOWS, plow-points AN CASTINGS, Of My Own Manufacture, ever plated be fore the public. JSfSoliciting correspondence from Mer chants and Dealers, belure they buy else where, I guarantee satisfaction." J. II. GILL, Iron Founder, RALEIGH, N. C. PLOWS. janl2-6m Fine Clothing. NEw NOVELTIES ADDED TO Boys' and Children's DEPARTMENT. A Larger Line of CJents' Fine Furnishing Goods Than Ever Before. REISER'S BAY STATE And other well-known makes. Best School SHOE in the State for Boys and Girls. All Shapes, Sizes and Colors, Soft, Stiff, Cas simere, Silk and Straw II ATS. S3FCustom Department Suits to meas ure, in full blast. A perfect fit guaranteed or no sale. Thanking my friends and patrons for their liberal patronage for the past fifteen yeais, I respectfully ask an inspection of my pres ent stock and take pleasure in assuring them I shall always endeavor to merit, a share of their favors by a careful attention to their wants. Respectfully, D. S. WAITT. mch.31-tf Tobacco Seed. tf5 Varieties, comprising every type 13 for Bright Yellow, including all the good ones, new and old. Planters wanting the best should send for my descriptive list free, and make their own choice. Price 'Zo cents per oz., 5 ounces for 1 I .OO, per lb. 2.00. R. L. RAG LAND, jan5-2mo Hyco, Ya. DR. E. B. RANKIN, Homoeopathic Physician, (Halifax Street, Opposite Cotton Platform.) RALEIGH, J. C. Special attention paid to all forms of chron ic disease, diseases of women and children. Patients treated by mail and visits made to neighboring towns when desired. sept22-ly 'Mens Sana in Corpore Sano." BINGHAM SCHOOL. stab'ed L73. The 94th Yearly Term begins Septem ber 14th, 18?7. For Catalogue, giving full particulars, address JHaj. R. BINGHAM, Supt., Bingham School, P. O., novlft-12mo Orange Co., N. C. The State Chronicle. RALEIGH, N. C, MAR. 16, 1883. The chinch-bug ruins the farmers' grain; The moth-bug eats his honey: The bed-bug gives him hours of pain, And the humbug seo ; his money. Knqmier and Kx press. Person a!. Mr. X. II. Frohlichstein, of Mobile, Ala., writes: I take great pleasure in recom mending Jr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, having used it tor a severe attack of Bronchitis and Catarrh. It gave me instant relief and entirely cured me and I have not been afflicted since. J also beg to state that I had tried other reme dies with no good result. Have also used Electric Bitters and Dr. King's New Life Pills, both of which I can recommend. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion, Coughs and Colds, is sold on a posi tive guarantee. Trial bottle free at Lee, Johnson & Co's. drug store. . . . .The death of the Emperor of Ger many was received with sorrow in Wil mington where many of German birth and ancestry reside. Services m memory of the dead Emperor are to be held. Hon. Alfred M. Waddell will deliver the oration, and addresses will be made by J.A.Bonitz. Rev. F. W. E. Peschamand Rev. Dr. Men- desshon. Wonderful Cures. W. D. Hoyt &Co., Wholesale and Retail Druggists of Rome, Ga., say: We have been selling Dr. Kings New Discovery, Electric Bitters and Bucklen's Arnica Salve for two vears. Have never handled rem edies that sell as well, or give such univer sal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medi cines in this city. Several cases of pro nounced Consumption have been entirely cured by use of a few bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken in connection with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them al ways, fcolu by Lee, Johnson & Co. ....The names of nearly all the early ministers of North Carolina were illus trious in church and State. Craighead, Alexander, Latta, Duflield, Caldwell, Rob inson, Pattillo, Tennent, Campbell, Bing ham, McCorkle and a host of others, were the founders of North Carolina's churches, schools and civil institutions. Hugh Mac Aden and James Campbell were the pio neers in Eastern North Carolina. Char lotte became the radiating centre of Christian and patriotic influence, extend ing to the vast territory South and We.t. Bancroft says "It was the centre of the Province." New York Observer. If you have lost your pocket hook, you will listen to any one who can tell you how to get it back. If you have lost your healt h, which is more precious, listen to us. Medicines can do nothing but check dis ease: they act negatively, not positively. They cannot build up your health, or bring back your strength, or renew your vitality. Vl.y do you hesitate to join the lanre army whoare nsingCOMPorXI) OXYGEN when you know two thin t: First, By no possibility can it harm you. Second, In nine cases out often it must benefit you. The quality of our curative agent is proved by the success in our business during the last eighteen years. Investigate, and you will not hesitate a moment. We will send free some of our books 011 the subject of HEALTH, if you will send your address DKS. STARKEY A PA LEX, l.VJT and l.rj'.t Arch St.. Philadelphia, I'eun. jarrJO-l'-iw. . . . .The Nashville Courier publishes the births under the heading: Crymciieal. . The cure for sieknc SOO year ago was Neglect; 300 years ago, Sorcery; 100 years ago. Herbs and Drusrs; 2. years ago .Medicines; to-day it is Com pound Ox ycn. Medicines weaken the whole system to strengthen one weak point; Compol'XD Oxy gen strengthens both. A doc tor's average bill is J50. Invest 1" in our "Home Treatment," and you will save the other J'J5, an l feel better than you have for rive years. Are you neiivhi Those tired, sick headaches will vanish! Have you weak LI'.n;s? Give 'compound oxygen one chance to strengthen them. Have you rvsPhrsiA? It will cure you! Remember always one thing: You risk absolutely nothing in trying our treatment. It is simply breathing different air; not "dozing," or "drugging," or going a thou sand miles away from home and friends. It is breathing daily into your lungs, at yoi'U own iiome, the concentrated vitality of all the health resorts in the world. 2(H) page book mailed free. For particulars, address, 1 RS. ST V KKEVi P A L E N , 1527 and 1529 Arch St., Philadelphia, Penu. jan2i-12w. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DR. BOYKIN'S WORM KILLER. Recipe furnished to any regular Physi cian when requested. We never ask for a certificate. We have some of the strongest ever given. The bot tle is larger than usual. The Vermifuge the best in the market. The price as low as any then, why not use it? Head a few only of the many evidences of its great merit: Messrs. I. M. & I?. F. Powell, prominent, merchants in Columbus count v, N. C, wrote us in July, lssT, that "Rev. Mr. T. C. Floyd gave his child one dose of Uoykin's "Worm Killer" and the result was 307 worms. He wishes all interested to know it." Read the following from one of the most prominent and best known Physicians and farmers in South Carolina. He writes: "That a negro girl 10 years old near him, took two or three doses of the Worm Killer" and passed worms." Dated Ridgewav, S. C, Mav 2o. ls.s.4. it. H. EDMUNDS, M. D. La Guangk, N. C, July, iss;. Mi:. J. P. Joynkf:: I gave my child one dose of Uoykin's "Worm Killer" purchased of you. It brought W worms. 1 consider it t!ie best worm medicine made. Ke.-pectmlly, .J. W. THOMAS. "'Price only 'Z't cents per Itottle. Ask lor "Iioykin's Worm filler" and get it. Any M. !. can preseri ! it, and many Jo., BOYK1N, CAR31ER & CO., Nos. 11 and 13 North Liberty Street, BALTIMORE, lf. feb2-tf the NORTH CAROLINA Home insurance Go. OF RALEIGH, N. C. Insures Against Loss by FIRE. THIS COMPANY HAS BEEN !N SUC CESSFUL OPERATION FQ3 SIXTEEN YEARS. W. S. PRIMROSE, - - President. W. G. UPCIIURCII, - Vice-President. CIIAS. ROOT, - . Sec. and Treasurer. P. COOPER, - Adjuster, inch 1 0-1 yr NEW ADVERTISr.lIEVTS. U5t UUhnln Mll iLnizULJi. THE EQUAL, OF ANT O?: THE MARKET. Guaranteed FRISE from all Fope;r.:n Amnioniates and S'loddy 31a Serial. LARGELY INCREASED SALES EVERY" YEAR. ATTEST ITS SUPERIOTUTV IX THE FIELD. CROWDER & RAND, Grocers and Commission Merchants, GENERAL AGENTS FOtt RALE Gil AND VICINITY. K?For Sale bv Leading Merchants throughout t he Stale. " febl7-2.no "TO BUY A THING RIGHT, 151 Y WHERE 'TIS .MADE." This is the experience of every man who lias tried boi h plans that of havii-.g his cl thes made by a First Cltss Tailor, and of baying ti.em away from home or Irom a ready uiade clot hing establishment. Shakespeare tells us "The Apparel oft Proclaims the Alan," and experience proves his truism. No man can !. v-ii -dressed who does not have good litting clothes. I am prepared to furnish, AT SHORT NOTtCi:. en its of all kinds at moderate pri ces. I employ none bat the best workmen, and I sdw,.ys GUARANTEE A TIT Oil NO PAY. 53F"Onlers from a distance promptly attended to. I refer to any of my patrons, and they are among the best men in North" Carolina. G. N. WALTERS, vie: rch A.:isr.r tt ja vr, feb24-tf RALEIGH, N. C. ' Jv, :; 5!v--. -. ; 'i iii;n i;rA2 :: 5 1 '-i t II A ftl,2-;?ntO Rl YET El.) SEAM HORSE COLLARS, FOR i ll E Wholesale and Renii Trade. ;?Samj!cs sent to iercha!.ts at our exp-' ord' v ! 1 r-ni. ;trVi: have a Cihiimi shop in -oM:,-tioi, . nh our I-V.ctorv where Shoes are made to ORDLR of the HKST MATKKIAL. GENTS A3! ERICA X AX!) FR':?i( il CA LF, Any Style, S'.l AH to .S( i)Vt. LADIES HAM) SEWE!. TO OllUrAX, S.00 o 8.1. OO. f-'Orders at a distance sol if ite-L 1 iln-i -i.td f '.!: '-..-ue '-mi on application. We alwavs ive a discouut to Mii-i-'t-rs of t !n- (;.-. cl. Scbo: i '1 eacl-ers sii:d Kditors. Ktsp.-ctfpi'y. . II. V K'nHiUK A: GO. J"-" Factory, Cffice and al's-rooi;i cv jau-jo-tt W. T. 15LA KU KI.L, Pies. t BANK OF DURKA M AIX STUECT, DO A BAN Iv I N( ; I J l s I X IN ALL ITS I) EPA RTMENTS. ALFRED WIILL-IAH1S & CO: NEW PUBLIC A i U NS: liUSIJEE'S XOItTH CAROLJXA FORM ROOK, New Kditioii, cntaiiiing Laws of 1.7. t'ri' reduce-1 to .sacai by Mail post r-aid. nVAJ.l alAP of xop.ri! I'.y Professor Cobb. Fourth Kdition. ivy-- d r- "d n.-.-t '.-r::ved. -'-s..t 4.o t'oet. Send to us for Everything jui Want i.. I.;-.!' . A EE RED WILLIAMS A: VO., Book.soilors and Pi.VlIsli..iis. "i:.-ii:h, . C. First National CHARTERED NOV. 9TH. 1SS7. ort J. S. CARR, C. S. RRY AX. LEO. 1). Ill) VRTT, CIIAS. A. JORDAN', OIRTTCTORS : J. S. CARR, I II. N. SXOW. ! T. T. M LOTIY ! J W. t.KER, I .LA. iiRYAN. W. W. FULLER, I E. J. PAKHI.SII, j T. D. JOXE.S, j A. II. SiCiKKS, I C. S. BRYAN. We hec; to announce to the puhlic ihnt we are i;-)'.v ready for bus'ness.and can he found in the Parrish Huildins? " Persons desiritiif :;ip' : s diseouiited vill please present them to the Board of Directors thronarh our Cashier eve-v Tuesday and Friday. Persons depositing monies und receiving cv'i t i fi cafes of depo.--it t heritor, running six or twelve months, will receive interest thereon at the i at of i per eent. pt r aiiiiiTn. We are Prepared to do Ilankits? in all its Departments. Collections, Loan, Discount and Deposit. Knowing the wants of the community as thoroughly as we do, we v, ill endeavor to serve the puhlic as liberally as circumstances will admit. dec22tf " nW A l.v ETITISE?IN"TS. . . v-,- -j - v-r rr T?f .,' jL i-... vj, Al ' -T' "- V A wit XT T-:!":r t:i'-". "A'nf)AL.' '.''? r i -. ' '.ri'A't'.iC.i a x J f'r: fS. 5 ij.l t.ldVl lit V., V an; I'.u i ; ::i;;is uf D - U ADE SHOES, AND rvwv Has .! -: disi,u:'v Street. .V. S. TIai.liiu iiTtiv. Cash. 1 1 1: Bank of Durham. CAPITAL $100,000. ic:.i?s .- VrfsHftil. Viec-iir,sident. Cnshier. Teller. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. To the Farmers We wish to call the Attention of the Farmers to Oar Standard Itraiul (iunno, "PROLIFIC COTTON G llOWEIl," Which we atrain offer this Season with Entire Confidence upon its Superior Merit-, assured that a a COTTOX, TOBACCO, CORr AM) TRUCK FERTILIZER, IT II AS FEW EQUALS, and Stands Unexcelled by any brand of Guano in North Carolina, which we are warrant ed in saying from the great popularity it has attained throughout all sections where it has been introduced. It is manufactured with the utmost care, and contains all the elements of Plant-Food in their best and mosf available form. CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSES OF "PROLIFIC COTTOX OKOWKIi." Received from Ledoux it Co., New oik, Jan. h, i-ss; Moisture Potash Nitrogen Total Phos. Acid. . Insoluble Available leTADDKKSS, feb-2-tf Still at the Top: WHANN'S "PI oviTB r a n d " GUANO, Which hits Stood the TEST, both in the Field aud Labratory, for to many years, is still at the HEAD OF THE LIST, As shown by the Analyses recently made by our State Chemist, Dr. Dabney. The Commercial Value given, being HIGHER THAN ANY OTHER BRAND SOLD IN THE STATE. No Reduction in "PLOW BRAND" Has been made to meet the demard for Low Priced Fertilizers. The HIGH STAN DARD and UNIFORM QUALITY of this BRAND is Still Maintained. -gfUall on or address, I. ATT A & MYATT, AG EX PS, Crrespondriice Solirite'. RAIKICII, '. A GOOD WATER SUPPLY MADE EASY! NO WELL COMPLETE WITHOUT IT. It supplies a want Ions lelt by those who derive their water -apply, ,r nny rm si.lerahle part thereof, Irom wells or i i-li rns. omore eh i id i en Ii urt ! more "iiMcau nanus: .lumiiri' sponi-u lenipers: ciuiu mx years old c-an or.r-rate K 11 1'IXTI RIO without the least danger, as it .has a -S 40 11 -ACT I N. DUE ' PRICE, "COMPLETE, - - $10.00. Patent bears date Aug. sth. lssi. No. "i2,51l. , ITWe inve below a few Testimonials. In order to close out' we offer them at Cost f.f Manufacturer, $10 each;order at once: ht 1 -w . WixsTox, N. C, Autrust "i iss- - Oexts: Fromwhat we have seen of your AVell Fixture, we think it must" commeiul itself to all who will examine it, for Us convenience, simplicity and strength Yours, BROWN 1JKO., Tobacco Manufacturers. T AVinston, N. C, August "A, lssj OEXTI.KMEX: I concratulate you on having the best water lifting am ira'iis I i ver saw. Yours respectfully, J. A. Li i'TlNG, President First National Bank. , , Lkasih ug, Casivkll Co., N. C, Jul v "0 lss MY Dt r. bii;s:-I have nad the Well Fixture of the Tise Patent purchased 'of you in use over my well more than two Tenths, and can s ly I am thoroughly well sati-dk-d with it in every respect Any member , f my family tall ciiou-h to reach the top of the erai.k can draw water with ease. It is cleanly, and I think durable, and surpasses any liVt' r- A. C. BAUER, CONSTJITIXG ARCHITECT AXI) ALECH miAUGIlTSMAN. t..:' iTi':''S Pa''.u' sm .v P'vrt ..f the Prate with l)esiffns, Plans, Spct il'cul ions, I), . t. U orK.ng Lrau inv : HD(l prili,t.,i ForniH of Contract for Ihe j.'oper , 1 ' ' i railroad Depo ( oiiiilv Jails and t imrt Houses, Stores, Opera II ons.s ij.ri. Houses, Pet.riesaad .Model Iturns and Stables,-horn theVaist A and ' ' " Z"TZ? ?n" t-"eape.,t,-of Strme. Brk k or Frame construct ion Pi:,- s , 1 ticiaons for Hot arer, Mw.ra and Furnace Heatin, Ventilation and a v ! ,',.- nur. furnished acoordimr to nnnrm-cl s;,-i...t !ii ,.,.ti 'i. '','' 'i It1.- 'MS ; III 1 (lPTfllls! t-.r r-r.i. j vii o.. I,.. ments and I mmture, Landscape Architecture and Perspective or Uirdv..; .-titutions and Residences with their Purroundint's. .i ir,Ba apr-lyr The Acme BFf'g. Company, -M AN UFACTURERS OF Fertilizers, Pine Wool WJEMINGTOX, X. C. The reputation of our IVrtilizer, the .K .lli: and (ilin, is now et.bP resnlw ot tlnee year's use h, the han.ls oi' the best tanners ol U and o' .' att' st their value as a hirh cra-Ie manure. ioa..uoi,n The IATTI';, made from the leaves of our native 'pin- h-m -iliv-idv , lanty for comfort and durability equal to any woo! car, u to , ' increasing It has virtues not found in any other fabric 1 he I- J IIKLur wool is extensively used for upholsieriie' mihm,s and inattresses is almost equal to hair, bein liht, elastic and pAir'f1 uAm.s ,.s mm -nTOn.r'IeuTtio';KiB-l 'iriai i jTJ Ji-ai a;3 maill CO pa. -iiv iiSi jiv.!.o:iii(x.Kafulltroat ROF..criLIUl niPTHirm y i'.ad icul Curofor.Iiervoas Debility, Omaic . ikao-sPTiirirRicnl Docarln YouncofMi 1 t . i nr'1 V"lil Man.jf5trBnRt!nnd ViTOrona Health. Tiroaght nHont by Iod iwmtion, IxnoRnrn, Oror-1 :raia .ork. ortooiiio Jn-lntrrenro, wo Of k that 70a aend us RUPTURED PERSONS can huva june30-t NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. of North Carolina ! . '.).r5 per cent. . 3.S4 . -M; " " Equivalent to Ammoni.i vlJ'.'i per e -nt. . 10.:vi " " " " Bone Phosphate, 'il .V.i jn-r cent. .'.il " " " " " " .'. per eelit. . Ai " " " " " " ,;1 percn.i. GOLDSRORO OIE CO., (;oM)siii)!to, . . the Quality of the 'I -'tis Invention I'nn ides an et ediiiiiiy Simple onsti iK liou o t i . - ... t:.- v i ii ii W Ii o r e l y I a -t h I Jacket Cannot Drop I'rema t ure I v a ml w Ii ii h a n itf i st-d to Drake t.r Sloi) th --'-;'.:;wyr ley iii Either lection. Tin? line: et hrw-kt'ts ilisrlinr tlieir contents bj valve m the bott a ikI 1 (if l:it Inr actuated in an ex- c-.-ebu;ly simple and beautiful man ner bv means of the snout, which receives the water irom the oueket and conveys it to the proper recepta cle. This, spout i-i mounted upon a rack shaft, which is operated by a rod having; knobs at tached to its t mis, which project from I K, - - hi 1 1 - iiie up,-t r portion oi tLie well curl '.JS This "m is pr.- I-..: .. ir-'.-.v.f.K vn o. v. t h ; nt ml. which Throws up the alve in the bottom of the buc ket a... I allows the water ! ecap. Tlie tmiiev f'Hi'rv- i nuj t he lifting rope is provided v, r yroo ve for t Le l 1 he wiio m en -hit i i-l 1 tion is extremely ,.imn!( .heap aud e;lective AVIUTi: 1JKOS., Mel.ane, N. N'ICAE .. . - . . - f. .r Mori: e ws of 1 A. ii. HA I Kit, Mux :JK5, Ralci-l,, . f and Pine Wool Mailing, hed, .'iiiil r .Stab s fi. .-'Idled a po lor it is :. as a tlllin ects. ollice, or dec:'.! ens'' liw 1iii,...jIi.i'i t.t i.Puti.nl. itK IVM-i di sh-fe tr.u;.i8. and ikll Oiini'k.T. w aim is to tjiaed thnir r; luis. iaie a M'KfihuiKM t.':at n 1 1 rwiiil a.tcntioii to tiLiim. nr ona.' i orinconveiiifucc ia c -y wy i.i J" i ! Wirnt 1 fir rtfflll! n ri ncir fom l!v ,!t,i I uoMfti Raimn! ir, t ipmcrti ot life arc given bmek, the paiii.l DccoiTieJciicerluiaad r&.pidlypam both Kxeuctii ami uaaoiii u.iii4(u i iijuui j flatus uvu tuui(a -i uikd HARPJS RSRflEDY CO., Mfts Chemist?, SMVII.TmthBtTMl RT iitrrs vn FRES Trial of our Appliance. Ask f7 Termsl . . . . . w i u. i in m : .'VIMI I , LS II' M ' I 'tTV. Iu I- or a in is a ipe :a k, v ill If