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-4 r v'i 3 NEW AOVEK riSEMEXTS. Xl. stone, PIANOS ORGANS Sewing Machines. Very Lowest Prices. Most Reasonable Terms. PIANOS: STEINWAY, KRAMCh A BACH. BEIIR BROS., CUICKERI, AND EMERSON. ORGANS : GREAT W ESTERN, KIMBALL, MILLER. WHITNEY, AND BR1GEPORT. "Write for prices and terms. J. L. STONE, Raleigh, N. C. octl3-lyr Patapsco Flouring Mills. Established 177-4. OUR Patent Roller Flours Are Manufactured from the CHOICEST "WHEAT OBTAINABLE Their superiority for UNIFORMITY, STRENGTH & UNAPPROACHABLE FLAVOR, ha long been acknowledged. The Patapsco Superlative stands unrivalled. Of a rich, creamy col or, it makes bread that will suit the most fastidious. Ask your grocer for PATAPSCO SUPERLATIVE PATENT PATAPSCO FAMILY PATENT ORANGE GROVE EXTRA, MAPLE TON FAMILY SEVEN MILLS EXTRA, HOWARD MILLS EXTRA. C. A. Gambrill MTg. Co., 214 Commerce Street, BALTIMORE, MD. Represented by ALF. A. THOMPSON, Raleigh, N. C. Janl9-tf TOBACCO! THE MODERN TOBACCO BARN saves about eight leaves, that are usually wasted, on eacti plant. J. ne primings w ueu cured in the MODERN BARN are worth double the nrice of mlers. lhe lugs are made the best Tobacco on the plant and brintr the highest nrice as cutters and wrap pers. No trash Tobacco iu th crop. The tnn ir-vea mature earlier and better when ehe lower leaves are removed as fast as they mature. One cord of wood will cure as much Tobacco in a properly constructed MOD ERN BARN as 8 cords will in the common log barn, on the stalk. The barn is fire Drool and will cost if constructed of the best materials $325.00. If a farmer plants 20 acres of Tobacco it will pay him trie cost or construction and 50 per cent, interest the first season. Address, W. II. N. SNOW, 1anl-4m High Point, N. C. SSJ-Jn corresponding mention this paper. Peace Institute, Raleigh, N. C. The Spring Term commences on the 20th day of January, ana enas j une Din, lass. Deduction for two more from same family or neighborhood. For Circulars and Catalogue, Address, Rev. R. BURW ELL & SON, dec22-tf Raleigh, N. C. How Much Insurance SHOULD YOU EFFECT ? This is a question not easily answered. If you are now expending 1 ,0MJ per annum on your family; to enable your wife and family to live at this rate, you must leave them about 20,000. Have you saved any thing yet? 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 IXSUKAXCE: I. Between the ages of 25 and 31 inclusive, it involves a weekly saving of 40to 45 cents for each 1 ,000. Between the ages of 32 and 52 inclusive, a weekly saving of 47 cents to tl for each S l.OOO. Between the ages of 53 and G5 inclusive, a weekly saving of 81.03 to tl.08 for each 1,000. 3. Is it impossible to save such an amount to provide for the comfort of the family? S. If you ' find it hard even to meet your S resent expenses," how will the fam y be situated in the event of your sadden death? If vow thiDk you are too poor to pay for Life Insurance, are you not too poor to die sad leave your family without it? HyApply to Manhattan Life Insurance CeT, of New York, for policies incontesta ble, nor feetable and free from technicali ties. PETER M. WILSON, General Agent lor North Carolina. NEW ADVERTISE.WEJIT8. STATEMENT Showin; the Condition 1 the New York LIFE INSURANCE CO. ASSETS. December 31st, 1SS7. Vabie of rjal eate r.nd ground n-.its owned by the Company iles tee a'iiOUlit ot CIICUIU- brance t hereout fo.SsT.eee.oC' boa s on bond and mortgage (duly recorded and being nrst liciii on The tee Minnie; l.,,.nj,.,:3T2.T ceount of stocks and bonds of the United states, and of this and other States also all other stocks anil bonds absolutely owned bv the Company 52, 2o ,M4' Stocks. bonds and all otter se curities (except mortgage;, hypothecated to the Company as collateral security for cash actually loaned by trie coni- l.S'57,500.00 475,.42 3,038,499.00 170.7SI2 of 1,010,797.15 3N?,799,44 12,588.17 panv n't due and accrued on stocks and other securities, Cash in Company s principal omce and belonging to me i-r.. denosited iu .Bank Cash in hands of Agents.and in transitu, Premiums or assessm s unpaid, remium or assessment loans and notes All other assets,detail'd in state ment Total Assets, fcs2,G77,14t5,5o LIABILITIES. Losses unpaid, including those resisted, Reserve, as required by law All other claims $ fi5y,flS.ls C0,t4;,7.j.0J 52,Si.73 Total Liabilities, .$70,6.""'J,500 'Jl t . 21,590,S44.y2 . 32,S,524.b7 Capital Stock paid up, lotal Income Total Expenditures, . . North Carolina Business in 181 Risks written, Premiums received, , Losses paid on risks taken, t.;s. 250.00 34.0JS.5 10,2rt2.24 lt,202.24 ... Losses incurred, ' President W. II. BEERS. Vice-President Husky Tuck. Secretarv R. W. Weeks. General Agt Jso. D. Church, Charlotte STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Office of Secretary of State, Insurance Department Raleigh, N. C, March 1st, 1SS-S. In compliance with Section 30'x5, of The Code of Norm Carolina, l certiry tnat tne aoove is a true extract from the sworn statement of the ev York Life Insurance Com pany on December 31, INS", now on lile in this department. W. L. SAUNDERS, inar23-lt Secretary of State. Picture Frames, WINDOW SHADES, CORXICE POLES, -AND House Ornaments OF EVERY DESCRIPTION" AT Fred A- Watson's 112 Fayetteville Street. ARTISTS' MxVTERIAL Department, a Specialty. Caavais Stretcher odd sizes Made to Order, Paints, Brushes, Plaques, Panels, and All Kinds ot Art Novelties. 2M!ail orders have prompt attention. oct2o-ly James E. Tyler, (Successor to John H. Tyler & Co.,) &07 MAIN ST., (Pace Block,) RICHMOND, VA., Diamonds-Watches-Jewelry. JAMES E. TYLER, JEWELER, Has the largest stock of Diamond, Solitaire Ear-rings and finger rings, also a large vari ety of Clusters of Diamonds, Saphires and Rubies. Gentlemen and Ladie's stem winding Gold Watches. Gents from fclo to tluo. Ladies from 25 to $50. Each watch guaranteed. Solid silver in plush cases for bridal pres ents from t.50 to iloO. French Clocks and a large stock of Fancy Goods. Watch repairing done in the best man ner and at the lowest price. dec-15-6mo THE PERFECT CHEAP FERTIZER. NORTH CAROLINA Lime Phosphate. A Natural Compound of Bone Phos phate, Lime, Magnesia, Soluble 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 H) pounds Phosphoric Acid, in a form that plants can take up ; or 23 to 35 pounds Bone Phosphate. loO to 120 pounds Lime, in forms suitable to feed plants, act on the soil and on other manures. l- to 4 pounds Potash, in a form available to plants. )4 pound Soda, Sulphuric Acid and Chlo rine each, very small amounts of which arc used by plants. 6 to 12 pounds of Alumina, Oxide of Iron and Soluble Silica. J7This 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 :v to 40 pounds of water iu every 2'X) pound bag. Our Lime Phos phate contains less than 4 pounds of water in each 200 pounds. As we do not 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 CO to 80 pounds of strong Sulphuric Acid to each bag, which is in great excess above the needs of 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 1,100 lbs., or sav 50 bushels, of stable ma-mre, muck, mould or some kind of vegetable matter. In the present condition of the markets, witli cotton at H;4 cents a pound, and other products iu proportion, don't you think there is need of a change in this busmen 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 Hom. Lime Phosphate is delivered free on board cars in bags at a very low price at the works. Supposing ii 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 fifty cents. This is an excellent manure for cotton, corn or almost any crop. feb2 2m DR. E. B. RANKIN, Homoeopathic Physician, (Halifax Street, Opposite Cotton Platform.) RALEIGH, N. 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. sept2S-ly NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. blood roisox. Three ypars ago I contracted a blood poi son. I applied !o a p'iVMcian at once and his treatment came ma: killing me. I em p'oyed an old physician and then went to Ky' I then went to Hot Springs and re mained two months, but nothing eemed to cure me permanently, al'houyh temporary relief was given me Mv condition grew desperate and I applied to a noted quack, bull did not improve. 1 tht-nu-ed a pre paration which was prescribed "gratis." but it contained too much alcohol and aggravat- ed mv sufferings. I then placed my-elf nn- ler the treat meiit of a noted Nashville physician and for a time was benefited, but by fail 1 returned home a ruined man physi- eaiiy, with but little prospects of ever get ting well. My money being exhausted. I did not know what to do. In May, lvv, my mother persuaded me to get a bottle of B. H. ii. (made in Atlanta) and I did so to grat- ify her, but to my utter astonishment I' had not finished the first bottle het'o.e every ulcer had been healed. To the present time I have ued live bot tles and have received more ienef;-t than from all the rest combined: and 1 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. T. Hallei:tox. Macon, Ga., May 1, liso. 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, and my whole system wad pros trated. Several physicians were employed and numerous patent medicines resorted to without benefit. After seeing so many tes timonials extolling the wonderful merit of B. B. B., I 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 be similar ly afflicted. Miss S. Tom lixson. Atlanta, Ga., May 4, lsstj. TO THE PUBLIC. Charlotte, N. C, April 2!, After using B. B. B. I unhesitatingly state that it did more good for my Kidney Com plaint than all other remedies combined. Its action is speedy and I cheerfully recom mend it for Kidney Derangements. t; B. Callahax. All who desire full information about the cause and cure of Blood Poisons, Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings, Ulcers, Sores, Rheumatism, Kidney Complaints, Catarrh' etc., can secure by mail, free, a copy of our 32 page Illustrated Book of Wonders, filled with the most wonderful and startling proof ever before known. Address, BLOOD BALM CO., iiutr2-5w Atlanta, Ga. PLOWS-PLOWS. I have prepared, and ready for the market, a Large Stock of the BEST PLOWS, PLOW-POINTS -AM CASTINGS, Of My Own Manufacture, ever placed be fore the public. IfSoliciting correspondence from Mer chants and Dealers, before they buy else where, I guarantee satisfaction. J. II. GILL, Iron Founder, RALEIGH, N. C. PLOWS janl2-em Fine Clothing. IMEw NOVELTIES TO Boys' and Children's DEPARTMENT. A Larger Line of Gents' Fine Furnishing Goods Than Ever Before. IIEISEIt'S KAY 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. JSfCustom 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 p;i.-t fifteen ycais, 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, 1). S. WAITT. mehfil-tf THE NORTH CAROLINA Home Insurance Go. -OF- RALEIGII, N. C. Insures Against Loss by FIRE. THIS COMPANY HAS BEEN IN SUC CESSFUL OPERATION FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. W. S. PRIMROSE, - - President. W. (i. UPCIIURCII, - Vice.Presi.lent. CIIAS. ROOT, - - Sec. and Treasurer. P. COOPER, - Adjuster. mchlO-lyr ALFRED D. JONES, Attorn ey-at-Law, Will practice in all the Courts of the State Office in the Mahler Building, RALEIGH, N. C. may27-6mo The State Chronicle. RALEIGH, NT. C, MAR. 23, lS8.fi THE DEMOCRATIC CHART. The Plan of Organization of the Demo cratic Party. Iem. Central Ex Raleigh, N. C. Committee. Fi 1883. The follow iugis the plan of organiza tion heretofore adopted by the State Dem ocratic Committee f...r the guidance of the party. I ow li-rup Organization. 1. The unit of county organization shall be the township. Iu each township there hall be an Executive Committee, to con sist ot live active Democrats, who shall be elected by the Democratic voters of the several townships in meetings called by the County Executive Committee. And said committee so elected shall elect one of its members as chairman, who shall preside at all committee meetings. 2. The several township executive com mittees shall convene at the meetings of the several county conventions, or at any time and place that a majority of them may elect, and shall elect a county execu tive committee, to consist of not less than five members, one of whom shall be ('esig nated as chairman, who shall preside at all of the said committee meetings. 3. In ease there shall be a failure on the part of any township to elect its exec utive committee fur the period of thirty days, the county executive committee shall appoint said committee from the Democratic voters of said township. 1. The members of the town.-hip com mittees shall elect to any vacancy occur ring in said committee. 5. The county executive coramil'oe shall call all necessary counly conventions by giving at least ten days notice by public advertisement in three public places in each township, at the court house door, and in any Democratic newspaper thai may be published in said county, request ing all Democrats of the county to meet in convention in their respective townships on a common day therein stated, which said day shall not be less than three days before the meeting of the county conven tion, for the purpose of electing their delegates to the conventions so held shall elect their delegates to represent the town ships in the county conventions from the voters of the respective townships, which delegates, or such of them as shall attend, shall vote the full Democratic strength of their respective townships on all questions that ma come before the said county con ventions. In ease no convention shall In held in any township in pursuance of said call, or no election shall be made, the township executive committee shall ap point such delegates. 6. Each township shall be entitle! to ca-t in the county convention one vote for every twenty-live Democratic votes, and one vote for fractions of fifteen Democratic votes ca-t bv that tow- -hip at the last preceding gubernatorial election: I'lto vidf.d. That every towr.ship shall be en titled to ca.-t at least one vote, and each township may send as many delegates as it in:.v see lit. T. In cases where townships consist of more than one ward or precinct, each of said wards or precincts shall be entitled to send delegates to county conventions, and shall cast its proportionate part of its township's vote, based upon the last re ceding vote for Governor in said town ship. s. The chairmen of township commit tees shall preside at all township conven tions. In their absence any other members of said committees may preside. y. In cases where ali the township ex ecutive committees are required to meet for the purpose of electing enctj execu tive committees, said meetings shall be deeme i to have a quorum when a major ity of such townships shall be represented in said meeting. County and District Conventions. 1. The several county conventions shall be entitled to elect to heir Senatorial. Judicial and Congressional conventions, one delegate and one alternate for every fifty Democratic votes, and one delegate for fractions over twetity-the DcmocraMe votes cast at the last preceding gul-nia-torial election in their resective counties, and none but delegates or alternates so elected shall be entitled to seats in said conventions: Puovihed, That every coun ty shall hae at least one vote in each of said conventions. 2. The chairman, or in his absence, any member of the county, senatorial, judicial aud congiesoional committee, shall call to order their respective conventions, aud hold the chairmanship thereof until the convention shall eltct its chairman. 3. The executive committees of the senatorial, congressional and judicial dis tricts, respectively, shall at the call f their respective chairmen, meet at some time and place in tht ir respective districts, designated in- said call. And it shall be their duty to appoint the time and place for holding conventions in their respective districts; and the chairman of said respec tive committees shall immediately notify the chairmen of the different count- exec utive committees of said appointment, and the said county executive committees shall forthwith call conventions of their respec tive counties iu conformity to said notice, to send delegates to said respective district conventions. State Convention. 1. The State convention shall be com posed of delegates appointed by the several county conventions. Each county shall be entitled to elect one delegate and one alternate for every one hundred and fifty Democratic votes, and one delegate for fractions over seventy-five Democratic votes cast therein at the last preceding gubernatorial election; and none but dele gates or alternates so elected shall be en titled to seats in said convention: Pro vided, Th,t every county shall have at least one vote in said convention. General Hub s. 1. Such delegates (or alternates of ab sent delegates) as may be present at any Democratic convention shall be allowed to cast the whole vote to which their town ship or county may be entitled. 2. If no delegate or alternate shall at tend a State convention from any county any person appointed by the president of the county convention, or on his failure by its secretary, may represent the county. 3. In al' conventions provided for by this sytr after a vote is cast there shaft be no eh.-, -ge in such vote until the final result of the ballot shall he announced by the chairman of said convention. 4. All Democratic executive corauiittees shall have the power to fill any vacancy occurring in their respective bo b -s ". That the chairman of the different county conventions shall cirtifythe list ot' delegates and alternates lo the different district and Slate convtntions, aud a cer tified list of said delegates and alternates tv the State conventions shall be. sent to the secretary of the State committee. For the committee. II. II. U vttle, Chra'n. B C. Beck with, Sec'y. (State papers please copy.) ibLAND HOME STOCK FAR Aft Prcheron Horse. Frenrh ( oarh Horses. Savage & Faruum, Impor ters and Breeders of i'cr cheroa and French Coach H rses.IslandHomeSto k Farm,Grosse Isle, Wayne County Mich. We orfera very large stud of horses to select frum, we Kuaranteo our stock, make prices rea sonable and sell on easy terms. Visitors alwavs wel come. Large catalogue fcee. Address Savasre A Famnra, Detroit uich. decl-6mo NEW ADVERTISF.MEVTS. USE DURHAM BOLL FERTILIZER. TIIL EQUAL OF AN V OX THE MARKET. Guaranteed FliEE from all Foreign Anmioniates and Shoddy Material. LAKGELY INCREASED SALES EVERY YEAR. ATTEST ITS SUPERIORITY" IN THE FIELD. CHOWDER & RAND, Grocers and Commission Merchants, GENERAL AGENTS Foil KALE. Oil AND VICINITY. 5TFor Sale by Leading Merchants throughout the State. febl7-2no "TO BUY A THING RIGHT, BUY WHERE 'TIS MADE." This is the experience of everv man who has tried both plans that of having his ci thes made by a First Class Tailor, and of bnyimr them away from home or Irom a ready made c lothing establishment. Shakespeare tell- us 'The Apparel oft Proclaims the 3Ian, nd experience proves his truism. No man can be W"li-dresed who doos not have good fitting clothes. I am prepared 10 furnish, KT SHOUT 0 !R'K. suits of all kinds at moderate pri ces. I employ none but the best workmen, and 1 alwajs GUARANTEE A FIT Oil NO PAY. 2Orders from a (b'stance promptly attended to. I refer to any of my patrons, and Cuey are among the best men in North Carolina. G. X. WALTERS, MEWHANT. TAILOR, feb24-tf KA LEIGH, N. C. a . ; - " :-. --v- - ? : .4 - . - b h eras r p a v a g -' -' -1 "- -.iM.c-- 0 I Is a 3 fill fi! P .UcgxZ-.r, --.J'. IL . J ' W l-AKMF.KS C.?T H KLI 3rVS Wirx feb2-iSmo W. T. I'.LACKWKLL, pT: T II E BANK OF DURHAM, MAIN STREET, DO A BANKING RUsiXESS IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENT. ALFRED WHLLIAIViS & GO'S nev.' rniLTCAi :;s: HUSIJHU'S NOKTJI CAKOL5NA FOK31 BOOK, New Edition, contain-m: Laws of -7. Price reduced to f"i.0 by Mail post paid. WALL MAR OF NORTH CAROLINA. By Professor Cobb. Fourth Edit ion , "revised and i-ti-c-uaraved. Size 4x feet. Trice i.oO. :U : Send to us for Everything you Want in our Line. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., Booksellers and Publishers. Ilalei-i:. N. C. DR. BOYKIX'S WO KM KILLEH.j Recipe fiirni-hel to any reirnlar i'hy-i- fian when requested. j e never ak tor a certificate. e nave some of the stroiiiie-t evfr K'.ven. 1 h bot tle is larirer than usual. The Vennifuite the best in the market. 'Lie puce as low as any then, why not use it ? Head a fe w oiily of the many evidences of its rtai merit: Messrs. I. M. - P. V. Powell, prominent merchants in -lumbus county, N. C, wr,.te us in July. IssT, that "iii v. Mr. T. C. 1- lovd trave his child one dose of Bo kin's "Worm j Killer ' ami the result was ifc'.T worms. II wishes all interested to know it."' Read the following from nm- of the most prominent ;nd best kn nvn I'liy-dei-ir- an 1 farmers in ;...u!ii Carol i. t. He wiiie-: ' i ha' a neitro irirl 10 years oh I m-.-ir him, 'o. .k two or three doses of the 44 or in Killer" and passed yiitl worms."' Dated Kidtrewav, S. C Muv 'J'i. U. II. EDMUNDS, M. 1). I. v (ii: .x;'.:, N. C, -Inly. i---7. Mr. J. P. .luVNKi;:-! u' tvetny child one dose of Bo.kin's '"Worm Killer"" pur.-hae 1 of you. It brought ;!ti worms 1 consider it the best worm medicine made. RespecPully, J. W. THOMAS. f"Price only 'Z't cents per Hottle. A-k Jor 4,I5oykiii's Worm St ilbi " and m t it. Any M. I, can i:e line it, and many iio. JtZ BOYKIX, CAII3It:iI & CO., Nc 11 and V) North Liberty Street, BALTIMORE, Mi). feb2-tr . The BUYERS' GUIDE is issued March and Sept., i each year. It is an ency clopedia of useful lnlor 'mation for all who pur chase the luxuries or the nppftssitifls of life. We can clothe you and furnish you with all the necessary ana unnecessary appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep, eat, fish, hunt, -york, go to church, or stay at home, and in various sizes, styles and quantities. Just figure cut what is required to do all these things COMFORTABLY, and you can mako a fail estimate of the value of the BUYERS GUIDE, which will be sent upon receipt of 10 cent to pay pontage, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 111-114 Macaigan Avenue. Chicago, 111. uiari)-3mo "Mens Sana iu Corpore Sano." BINGHftM SCHOOL, The 94th Yearly Term begins Septem ber 14th, 18s7. For Catalogue, giving full particulars, address Maj. R. lilNUIIAH, S:spt., Bingham School, P. O., novl6-12mo Orange Co., N. C. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LiKINO Till! "NATIONAL.' lmporiers arj f.f-jufecfurers. V. S. Hali.ii l i:ton. Cash. PRINTERS AND BINDERS. Edwards & Broughion UA1.K1G1J. X. C. Having the L;r'e-t and Best Kqnipped Printing OiFn-e and Sio'.k Bindery in the State, we are pi'" T.' r-d to execn'e ail classes of work, in our i.iio wil.'i rr.at dispatch. Our Work is First-Class. Our Prices Reasonable. Commercial: Itailrt-ad, Lesa!, School, and (General ork. EDWARDS A HUOKJH TOX, Publishers, Raleigh, N. C. feblO-tf ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, RAI.EIGII, X. C. THE ADYEXT TERM, Till; yiTil Si;.Ml-M ALSKSSIOJi, IIEGIXS TIIL:;:-:iAY, JAM ARY aGTIl, 1888. For Citalosue, address the Rector, KEY. BEXXEiT SMEDES, A. M. jan12 tf JVEW ADVERTISEMENTS. To the Farmsrs "Ve wish to c ill the Attention of the Farmers to Our Standard Brand Ciuano, "PROLIFIC COTTON GROWER," Which we again offer this Season with Entire Confidence upon its Superior Merit., wf;; assured that as a COTTOX, TOBACCO, COKV AM) TRUCK FERTILIZER, IT II S 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 lias 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 most available form. CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSES OF PROLIFIC COTTON GKOWEIi," Received from Ledoux & Co., New York, Jan. 10, lsss: Moisture D."5 per cent. Potash 3.S4 " Nitrotreu UAH " " Equivalent to Ammonia 2J'2 per cent. Total Phos. Acid... 10'.:;5 " " ' " Bone Phosphate, L'J U per cent. Insoluble 01 " " " " " " l.'.'s per cent. Available 'J.44 " " " " ' " 21. 01 per cent. ""ADDRESS, GOLDSBORO OIL CO., feb'2-tf CiOLDSHOKO, . i . Still at the Top: WHANN'S "Plow Brand" GUANO, Which has Stood the TEST, both iu the Field and Labratory, for so 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 SOLI) IN THE STATE. No Reduction in the Quality of the "PLOW BRAND" Has been made to meet the demand for Low Priced Fertilizers. The HIGH STAN DARD and UNIFORM QUALITY of this BRAND is Still Maintained. bCall on or address. LATTA 6c MY ATT, AGENTS, J-Correspondenre Solicited. RALEIGH, X. C. A. C. BAUER, COXSULTIXG ARCHITECT AXD MECHANICAL HR AUG I ITSMAX. Furnishes parties in any part of the State with Desisns, Flans, Specification-., De tail, Working Drawins, and Printed Forms of Contract for the proper and economi cal erection of Cottages, Villa, City Dwellinss, Cli arches. School. Hanks, Hotel, Itailroad Depot, County Jail and C oiirt I!oue. Store, Opera Ilnnes, farm House, Factories and .Model iiarn and Stable, from the most Artistic and Costly to the Plainest and Cheapest, of Stone. Brick or Frame construction. Plans ami Speci fications for Hot Water, Steam and Furnace Heatinir, Ventilation and Sanitary Plumb ing, furnished according to approved Scientific methods. Also drawings for Machinery, designs and details of construction for Iron, Stone or Wooden Bridges: designs for Monu ments and Furniture, Landscape Architecture and Perspective or Birdseye Views of In stitutions and Residences with their surroundings. Address. aprJh-lyr A. O. ItAI'ER. Ilox 385, Raleish, . C. The Acme Wf'g. Company, MANUFACTURERS OF Fertilizers. Pine Wool and Pine Wool Matting, WILMINGTON, N. O. The reputation of our Fertilizer, the ACME and iE.M, is now establish results of thiee year's use in the hands of the best tanners of this and other attest thtrir vnHie as a hszi tirade manure. The JIATTI.Mi, made from the leaves of our native pin, has already ira larity for comfort jind durability equal to any wooi carpet, and the demand ft increasing. It has virtues not found in anv other fabric. The 1'lHflE or wool is extensively used for upholstering purposes, and as mattresses is almost equal to hair, being light, elastic and proof against inset -eriuicaie irom reiiaoie partus using oe mailed upon application. Firs! National CHARTERED SOY. 9TH. 1SS7. OFFICERS : J. S. CARR, C S. HUVAX, LEO. I. HE VRTT. HAS. A. JORD AX, DIRECTORS : J. S. CARR, H. X. SNOW. i T. T. MALORY j J.W. WALKER, ! .7. A BRYAN W. W. FULLER, E. J.PARRISH, , T. I). JONES, A. IL STOKES, ! C. S. RKYAN. We beg to announce to the public that we are now ready for business, and can be found in the -'Parrish Building." Persons desiring papers discounted will please present them to the Board of Directors through our Cashier every Tuesday and Friday. Persons depositing monies and receiving certificates of deposits therefor, running six or twelve months, will receive interest thereon at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum. We are Prepared to do Ranking in all it Departments. Collection, Loan, Dicount and Deposit. Knowing the wants of the community as thoroughly as we do, we will endeavor to serve the public a.s liberally us circumstances will admit. deCJtf RIVETED SEAM HOUSE COLLARS, FOR THE Wholesale and Retail Trade, tC?.a-mPles sent to Merchants at our expense to order from 0i1)ER o"theaBKSK with r where 'oes are made to GENTS AMEIJTCAN AND FIJENCIl CALF, Auy Stylt4, S.'I.OO t 8( H). LADIES HAND SEWED, TO OHDEH, S .00 to 8.1.00. reorders at a distance solicited. Illustrated Catalogue sent on arnlic ,tion We always uive a .l.scount to Ministers of t he Gospel, Seho, 1 Teachers and k!:u,,Vs Ktspect fully, Y. H. AY ETA LORE A- CO. Xtf00'' 0fEte aiUl Sales"room corner Harnett and Salisbury Streets. i n e , : u Tt ei y reaLornn tji nan th w nod r mar pis' SEMINAL PASTILLES: a KadicalCirorervoasrobUity.Ortraiiie j! le Ad Men. ort fOT h'a.hon,t by Indiscretion, l-is08Tjre,(ror-l;raia worK,ortoofTwe Indnlwn, wo ask that 70a dead ns R,1?f"Khrtstomento yoartrODl!e,ant nro 1ICKAGn 5-KF.R.wi'li IHustM Pnphlot.o. RUPTURE3 PERSONS can have FREB jtine30-tf SEW AIVERTISEIENTS. of North Carolina ! ed and the Stat ined .r it es fully a popu is daily a filling for ts our goous can lie seen at our ox nee. or will dei ( --. tf Bank of Durham. CAPITAL $100,000. President. ice-I'resid cut. - Cashier. Teller. W. H. WETftlORE & CO., RALEIGH, '. C, MaNUFACTI KEI1S OF 11 A XU-MADE SIIO FS, AND rr i i r:A trounia. ann ail vm. .w im is to blwed thf-irri.'- iuijb. luetbiKDHUiDiinuno CLKD thoonujti, dic nul irtrfrr9 WUA &;leQtion to liuiinMi er miw imm orioconveiiieDrc in &n, w.t nandr.l On cieotie medic&l rrirK-ilr. Bril.m-I inHiMni. f.lt wiiSntit Hi.! . T. n 11 1 v.iMtsi aclnuiinzclcmrru of life arr given Ixvk. the prntirnl ooromea cheerl ul and rmpidly Run, boi KieinCi tiJ iutJJk HARRIS REMEDY CO., Mftj Chests, Trial of our Appliance Ask C7 Term J - it i ir b?