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Staiesville CnHeg 3, STATES VILLI:, N. C. Kail Term begins Septi-mber ' 'v Ail- va'it A'jr ( " n?r.rpas."ed. "i-r-SfU-'t for 'rttalosrne. Mi f i:kkitt, )iiy :;;n Principal Henderson Female College, HE.NOERSO, N. C. Fail -"e-ion Opens on Wednesday. Septem ber ."th, lss. Thoroimh instruction by experienced teachers in all branches usually taualit in th-best schools of hi.i.'lj jira-le for oung Lilies. Enirlish La nun a tie and Literatme a st,ecialtv. A new and handsome building in a campus of eleven acres, r or catalogue a'llreSS J. 31. RHODES, jny13-Cm Henderson, N. CL Select Boarding & Day School, I'or Yuiis Ladies and Little OirU, IIILLSBORO, N. V. The Scholastic Year r,!rli Term) of the Mis-.es Nash and Miss Kollock s Scliool will commence on Weiinesdav, September ath, ls. r?Tirculars Pent .n application. mill -3m Peace Institute, Raleigh, X. C. F t Girls and Young Ladies. ; -all Session opens lirst Wednesday in September Oih day and closes lirst Wed-iit- day in June, . i ror. :h i nstr net ion by accomplished and . rienced teachers in all branches usually L lit in first class Semi aries for Young i es. Building one of the largest and ; equipped in the South. Steam heat. and Electric iilit. Terms as low as any ritution offering ecpuul advantages. De- ex, tai; I. a. .- Hi In- d!I i . i ion tor two or more ironi same ianiii. "urrespondence solicited. For circular 1 caialo.iie address Rev. R. Ul UttTLL A. SON, dec:' -if Kale:h, C. Sanford High School, FOR ROTII SEVES. Fall Term Open-, Third 1 NHS, W. . HOI.DIXi, A 311-s 31. T. NorJlect, - This school is located , F. V Y. V. ami the K. V Pivpare- f'-r any Colle. ("i mii p.-tci:t and experiei Tnni'.in. per month, fi .la.ibur the Lani'nai'e-. Monday in An crust, , 31., - Principal. I.ady Principal. it the junction of C. A. A. L. Kaiiroads. e, male or fwmale. ted teachers, opi sl.-.,."t( s;i.-"o, in Kxtra charge for Music. Hoard, per mon ith, . to. For fur- tuer particulars. :t-tres TR I'STEES, I, Moore Co., X. C. a::gl'. Iff San for Greensboro Female College, ;reesroro, n. c. The Si xtj--Seventh Session of this prosper ous institution begins on the "i'-ind, of Au-iru.-t, lsss. Superior Advantages Offered in all the Departments of Learning, usually taught in Female Colleges of high grade. i ;-t ruction given in Type-Writing and Stenography also. Terms molerate. l'-,r Catalogue applv to T. 31. JONES, i,! i.t :m President. 1IORXER SCHOOL, ox fork, n. c. 'laooieal, 3Iatli-niatieal, Scientific, and .Military Academy. The Fail Session of IS, will begin the ;th of A iitrust, and continue twenty weeks, clos i 1 1 -r the -L-t of December. The Spring Term of isso, will open the Mt h oV January. Catalogues setting forth 'I'ei tiis, iVc, furnished on application to J. II. IIOKM'R, Oxford. X. C. t)r Cai't. T. -I. Di;Ewr:v, i'!-.'r-'.':i Boykins, Ya. Raleigh Male Academy. II l' 'II 3IOKSON, . I!. D EN SON. Principal".. Tiie next Annual Session begins Septem ber :rd, ls. Boys and yoiuijf men pre pared fc.r college or f r business pursuits, t HIl Classical, Stientilie, ami Commercial (auirses. The teachers have had lonu; ami htiecessful experience. Hoard in the oity at reasonal tie rates. For catalogue or special information address the I'rincipals. juy'2T-2m I R E P A RATO R Y SC II OO I, FOR MEDICAL, STUDENTS, Davidson College, N. C, I AYS THE FOUNDATION for a broad 1 j and thorough Medical Education. Sta-ts at the bottom. 'The lirst in the South. Four i us, ructors. Full equipment. Dissecting reunited. Terms reasonable and location healt hv. For Catalogue, address PAI I. R. IIAI(I(I.M;EK, 31. !., aiiiiJt-lm I'rincipa!. Trinity College, Opens Sept. c.th. Examimrtions Sept. :id, -tt h and .t h. Three courses during Fresh loan and Sophonmre years. Kxcellenr Kn--rlih coui-e. Fitteeu "sclioids duriiiLr .luuior and Senior years. Four Degrees. Tuition . :'-"o a year. Ho.ud s to .1:J per month. Math e:uatics and Ancient Languages Elective iti'-i'f S!homore vear. JOHN Y. ROW EEL, Prest., au-'::-!ni Trinity College, X. C. Wilson Collegiate Institute I'or Vouns Ladies. N(N-si:rTARIA. The .. H h Session of this school (the T.th Ses-ion under the l-ri sent Principal) will begin ori Monday, Sept . :, sss. The corps of teachers will be enlarged, and improve ments made in every department. A school of Short hand and Type-writing will lie added to t he course of studv. The departments of Music and "Art each . resided over by a skillful teacher. Cood water. Healthy location. Terms moderate. For Catalogue and full particu lars, apply to SI I, AS E. WARREN, Principal, aug:'.-lm Wilson, N. C. CENTRAL HOTEL, 3IOI NT AIRY, N. C. Tlie Central is still in the lead. The table is supplied with the best mountain butter, rich beef and many other delicacies not found in many parts of the State. It is the home for the Drummer and Summer Tourist. Let everybody pay a visit to the White City of the Mountains this Summer. J. V. 3IITCIIEEE, juy'l-tf Proprietor. O. Dow ii. Wood. Flkmming. ".DO WD & FLEMMIKG, Attorneys-at-Law, tltt I. Street, Washington, I. C. Practice before all the Departments, and general business. 'Special attention given to Claims aris ing under the Internal Revenue, Pension mik! Patent Laws. fel-lyr NEV. ADVEHTISEJ1EMTS. D O't O VNO'i, REAL ESTATE A ii EXT, IL-MIX'TOTV, Heal Estate Bought and Sold. Stores. Dwellings and Offices for I tent. 1-teut.-' Collected. Taxes and I:,.- arance prompiv atten.led to. Houses and Lots tor Sale on the Monthly Instalment Plan. Cash advanced on City Property when de sired, aprti-tini Page Arendell, WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Dealers and General Commission 3Ierclxants, No. 233 Wilmington Street, RALEIOII, N. C. In Store and to Arrive 1,000 Riishel White Corn, 1,000 Bushels Choice Feed Oats, 50,000 Pounds Choice Timothy Hay, 25,000 Pomidi 3Iill Feed and Chops, 10,000 Pounds Rice Straw, By the Bag, Bale, Ton or Car Load on Low est Possible Margins. 2,000 Pounds Prime Rio Cotlee, lOO Sacks Dew Drop Flour, -IOO Sacks Magnolia Flour, 5,000 Pounds Crauulated and Yellow Sugars, 20,000 Pounds C. R. Sides, 10,000 Pounds Razyned Lard, 5,000 (Gallons Cuba, Porto Rico and New Orleans Molasses, By the Pound, Sack, Box or Barrel at Low est Possible Prices. Tobacco, SmifF, Soap, Starch ANT' Case Goods Generally in Large or Small Lots at Kock Bottom Figures. PAGE & ARENDELL. f . H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO., RALEIGH, N. C. North Carolina's Great IMIY GOODS HOUSE, KtR FALL TRADE, Oilers the greatest induce meiits in all kinds ol" Dry (joods. Great reparations have been made lor a big trade this Autumn and Win ter. Goods have been bought from the manufacturers at most advantageous prices, and will be given to our cus tomers lower than evef be fore. We are ready for Fall work. In Shoes Ave are more fully prepared than any other house in the South. We have the best and largest stock of all leather shoes at lowest prices. Come and see us. W". FI. A R. S. TI CKER CO. Tas. Boylax, 1 T. W. Don Bis. ' Chas. McKimmon, j Geo. W. Puk. I RACKET STORE THE GREATEST BARGAIN HOUSE OF RALEIGH AND THE WORLD. We are not always marking our lcooiIs down as some do. We mark do n but once and then our troods sell, as we mark, many below cost. In t lie first place, that is less than it cost to produce them. We don't buy onr goods from drummers running all over the United States at a co.-t of ten dollars per day selling their goods on four months' credit, charging two prices for them. We buy for cash and from such houses as are compelled to sell at our prices. These houses that are always marking goods down must mark very high in the first place, and if they can't get that price they will continue to fall and get the biggest price they can. The Racket don't do that way. If we buy goods for one half what they are worth, we sell them to our customers at one half with our per cent added. This week we will offer some big bargains in Calico at 4c a yard up: Lawns 3VJc up; Dress Buttons one half price; our mosquito net is nearly gone at JOc a net. Just received, some bargains in White Dress Goods; also in Ilamburgs and Laces. We will open some new goods in our Milli nery Department and Gents Straw Hats, besides many other things, this week. Terms: Net spot cash. VOLNEY PURSELL & CO., apr20-ly Xo. 10 E. Martin St. MINERAL WATER F1H M - Shaw's Healing Springs, NATURES SPECIFIC, FUR TrtSt CURE OF Dyspepsia, all Disorders of Die Liver, Neri ous and General Dchilitv, Indi uestion, all I'rinary and Itlailder A llct-lions, Chronic .Malaria, Female Complaints. Vc. In addition to its internal use. it is valuable as a bath in KCZK.MA, IXFLA.MKD KVKS. and all Cl'TAXK OUS KRCPTIOXS. 5 -if" Board can be had in the village at the following prices: 1.01) per day, ;j.k) Tier week, fcju.oo per month. fTI ship my water at $3.00 per case, F. O. H., six gallons to the case. For Testimo nials and further information, Address, J. T,. SIIW, I'rop'r, junim Littleton, Warren Co., X. C. Byron A. Pugin, ARCHITECT, DURHAM. N. C. 83Mention this paper. junl5-tf James H. Pou, Edward W. Pou, Jr. POU & POU, Counselors and Attorneys, SMITIIFIELI), iv. c. 8ST"Pract ice in any court. Collections a specialty. noYl7-6mo NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HOME FERTILIZER , Cheapest and Rest Wheat Fertilizer in the Market. CAN BE MIXED AND USED T P TO DAY OF PLANTING. Oli Town, Mil. A"g. 1st, ISss. Mess. Botkin, Carmf.r & Co., Balio.,Mi. Gentlfmex: I have sold your "Home Fertilizer" for several years, and find it gives entire satisfaction wherever used. I have used it myself on my farm, and can say, if people would only take the time to mix it, that it is one of the cheapest fertili zers used and is as good, if not better than many that cost much more. Mr Francis Darker, who buys some from me every year, says there is no better and he doesn't care for any but 'Home Fertilizer," if he can always get it. Hoping that all who use fer tilizer can be induced to buy the "!!""'e." as it will save them much money. I iv .iin, Yours respectfully, JXO. W. ' v K I It. Mi:. W. H. Cacklky, of Dunmore, W'.Va., in oidering some "Home Fertilize!" for his own use, writes under date July SI. ISss: 'On a 1 7-1:2 acre lot, by drill measurement, I threshed 55 bushels of wheat, a fraction over 41 bushels to the acre. This piece of ground had been limed 3 yeirs before heav ily, and had been worked "in corn for;! years, with a liberal coating of stable manure each year, so you see the land was in good condi tion; but the "Home Fertilizer"' undoubted ly more than doubled the yield of wheat on it " JVefSend for Pamphlet giving price, di rections for mixing and certificates from leading farmers in several States. BOY KIN, CAK3IEII & CO., Xos. 11 and 13 X'orth Liberty Street, BALTIMORE, MD. ;s "Also Sole Proprietors of "CEREALITE," for Top-dressing and increasing the yield of all crops. febti-tf KEEP COOL! KEEP COOL! You can do so all this Summer, for the Raleigh Transparent Ice M'Pg. Compa ny has begun operations for the Summer supply of SOEID FLINT ICE, made of the purest filtered Spring water. We have now thoroughly established ourselves in Kaleigh, and our customers and they are legion know that our manu fact urea ice is much purer and better than that brought from the far N'orjh. Our fa cilities for its manufacture will enable us to supply a very large trade. Ice in small quantities, well packed in barrels, at 75c per KM) pounds F. O. R. Price in ear lots jnoted on application. WHOLESALE DEALERS will do well to correspond with us. Respectfully, Haleih Transparent lee Co. JOHN Ii. WOOD, Superintendent. apri.j-t T H E XOltTII CAROLINA HomelnsuranceCo. or RALEIGH, X. C. Insures Against Loss by EIRE. THIS COMPANY HAS BEEN IN SUC CESSFUL OPERATION FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. W. S. PIMM ROSE, - - President. W. O. I PCIU'RC II, - Vice-President. CHAS. ROOT, - - Sec. and Treasurer. P. COOPER, ... Adjuster. mchlO-lyr Raleigh Marble Works, 117 and 419 Fayclteville Street, KALEIGH, N. O. 1 'ranch Yard, Joinder's Old Stand, faykttkvii.ee, n. c. Manufacturer of all kiuds of MONUMENTS TOMBSTONES in Marbles or Granites. Also contractor for all kinds of Building Work, Curbing, Posts, Steps, Sills, &c. ;jDesigns of all descriptions kept on hand and sent to any address upon applica tion. CHAS. A. GOODWIN, janl2-lyr Proprietor. SSOO REWARD ! We will pay t he above reward for any case of liver complaint, dyspepsia.sick headache, indigestion, constipation or costiveuess we cannot cure with West's Vegetable liver Pills, when the directions are strictly com plied with. They are purely vegetable, and never fail to give satisfaction. Large boxes containing 30 sugar coated pills, 25c. For sale bj all druggists Beware of counter feits and imitations. The genuine manu factured only by JOHN C. WEST & CO., SStW W. Madison St., Chicago, 111. Sold by .James McKimmon 6c Co., Drug gists, Raleigh, X. C. apriT-ly . H. MAHLER, Manufacturer of and Dealer in - Gold and Silver Ware. PLAIN GOLD RIXGS Made to Order at, Short Notice. Send for Patent King Measure. Agent for FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS, and the SELF-WINDING CLOCKS. jan2fi-ly SORGHUM A little book that every farmer ought to hare ii the i" Sorghum Hand Book" for Ibsk. which ?aI w a Ireei dressing The P.lvmyer Iro ".Yorks Co., of Cincinnati, O. Sorghum is a very valuable crop for syrup-making, feed, and fodder, and this pamphlet gives full information about the diflerent t-jcies, best modes of culti vation, etc. Send and get it and road it. Stop at the New RIDDICK HOTEL, W AKE FOREST, IV. C. jnniiS-t.f NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. W. T. Blackwell, Pres. W. S. Halliburton, Cash. T H E BANK OF DURHAM, MxVIN STREET, DO A BACKING BUSINESS IN ALL ITS- DE PARTMEsTS. 4 4'!" l O BUY A THING RIGHT, BUY WHERE 'TIS MADE." This is the experience of every man who has tried both plans -that .of having his clothes made by a First Class Tailor, and of buying them away from home or from a ready made clothing establishment. Shakespeare tells us "The Apparel oft Proclaims the Mail," and experience proves his truism. No man can be well-dressed who does not have good- fitIam prepared to furnish, AT SHOUT TVOTICF., suits of all kinds at moderate pri ,:es 1 employ none but the best workmen, and I nlways GUARANTEE A FIT OK O PA . r?Orders 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, MERCHANT TAILOR, feb'21 if KALEIGH. i-h ?w R6 5 m ais iii wans i i SJpjJV .min.iKlv- K r' r "" " rr V l. A n w LIDDELL & CO., CIIAUI.OTTF, . V. The Liddel! Variable Feed Saw Mill. THE MOST Popular Saw Mill Made. Circulars anil Prices Sent on Application. The Boss Cotton Press. OVER 2,500 IN I'SK. The Most Convenient and Safest Press in the Market. Write for Descriptive Circulars and Price List. JLIODEI.I. X CO., Charlotte, X. C. U3fXame this paper. jun'J.'-3m Mt, Airy Woolen Mills Are Now Ready for Custom Work, Every thing Done Cp in TIIE BEST STYLE And as (juickly as Possible. Every one sjets II is Own Wool. OIJU I'UICFS FOU Ikhh: Making Rolls r,c per lb. Carding and Spinning 10c per lb. Making Jeans in rough, we fur nishing the warp, 20c per yd Making Jeans in rough, we fur nishing the warp, mixed, 2Tc per yd Making Jeans, linished, :iTc " " Making Linseys, finished lsc " " Fulling, Pressing & Dyeing Jeans V2lc " Colori ng Sn it s, Coat , Pants & Vest $1 .00 Coloring Overcoats, r.-,c each. Coloring Shals, 5oc each'. Washing Wool 2c per lb Coloring & Making Mixed Yaru, ltic lb. One pound clean Wool will make 1 yards Jeans. )-i yards Linsey, ora1. yards of Flan nel. White Wool will lose "the Twelfth in spinning. Colored Wool the Tenth. BST We pay freight on Wool shipped to us. juy2()-4m ALBERT ALLRRD. Mt. Airy, N. C. WHEN IN NEED OF A GOOD WATCH BUY OF THE Southern Jewelry House. If you wish a CLOCK, set of Jewelry. Ring, or a pair of Spectacles, consult w ith Southern Jewelry House. Old Gold and Silver can be Exchanged to advantage at the SOUTHERN JEWELRY HOUSE. When looking out an Engagement Ring, a Bridal or Birthday Present, be sure to write to the SOUTHERN JEWELRY HOUSE. G-Send 5c in stamps for our Illustrated Catalogue. mrt3 lyl so-j Main St., Lynchburg, Va. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. N. (!. PRINTERS -AND- HINDERS. Edwards & Broughton, UA I.EIG IT, N. C. Having the Largest and Best Equipped Printing Ortice 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 -CIuph. Our Prices Reasonable. Commercial, Railroad, I.eal, School, and ('enernl Work. EDWARDS .V HltorOM I'ON, Publishers, Raleigh, X. C. leblo-tf GO TO 111) FayeOevilie Street, RALEIGH, X. C, For the Finest Pictures. J; "His Pictures are tinhed in the La test Stles, with the greatest care, and always please. octl3-t'mo Picture Frames, WINDOW SHADES, CJOliXICE POLES, Honse Ornaments OF F.VEKV DESCIiirTIOX AT Fred A. Watson's llii Fayetteville Street. ARTISTS MATERIAL. Department, a Specialty. Canvass Stretchers odd sizes Made to Order, Paints, Brushes, Plaques, Panels, and All Kinds of Art Novelties. B39Iail orders have prompt attention. oct20-ly Health is Wealth! Dr. E. C. West's N'euve and Buain Tkkatment, a guaranteed specific for Hys teria, Dizziness, Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use of alcohol or tobacco, WaKefuIness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain resulting in insanity and lead ing to misery, decay and death, Premature Old Age,Barrenness,IiOSSOf power in either sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermatorrhoea caused by over-exertion of the brain, self abuse or over-indulgence. Each box con tains one month's treatment. 1.J0 a box, or six boxes for lo.OO, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES To cure any case. With each order receiv ed by us for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will send the purchaser our writ ten guarantee to refund the money if the treatment does not effect a cure. Guaran tees issued only by James .McKimmoiis St Co., Druggists, Sole Agents, 133 Fayette ville St., Raleigh, N. C. apni7-ly QASCERS CAN BE CURED. This is to inform all persons who are af flicted with CANCERS, ULCERS, or any kind of Malignant Sores that I have located at Jonesboro, N. C, for the purpose of treating such cases. l"Money refunded in case I fail to effect a cure. For further particulars, address, J. II. DANIELS. mayll-1y TH t ATM C r. . E. VAN "WINKLE & CO., Atlanta, Georgia, At A. M tTFA.CTlT J't IT B3 OF COTTON SEED OIL MILLS, C3 O TANKS, SHAFTINGS, PULLEYS AND ALL KINDS OF FOUNDRY WORK. Awarded Four Gold Medals at the Texas State Fair: One for the BEST GIN. BEST FEEDER, BEST CONDENSE!!, and BEST DISPLAY. Chester, S. C, Nov. UO, 18S"" E. Van wixki.e &. Co., Au.ama, (iv , . v,..,a e.eu. ou.e a, Fair lu-iv id l-ii-st itremiiim nver 1 Prati, Wii-diii it I'lown and others. Yours truly, John It. London. Write to us for prices. We !5. Sr W. I). 3IcAdoo, Proprietor. Will G. IlrMPiinv, Dobbin- Holmes, of Goldsboo, Manager, of Clinton, Clerk. A GALLON CAN OF OUR PURE LIQUID PAIXT COSTS MOKE THAN A ti.U-l.ON OF THE MULTITUDE OF SLUI'S i.S THE M A II KET, BECAUSE IT IS WORTH MOKE. AND YET, BECAUSE IT TAKES LESS OF IT, A HOUSE CAN" BE PAINTED CHEAPER WITH IT IN" THE FIIiST OUTLAY Til AN WITH THE SLOPS. AND ONE HALF CHEAPER THAN WITH THE OLD FASHIONED WHITE LEAD WHICH IT OUTLASTS THIiEE TIMES OVEK. OUR PAINT ENTERS THE GRAIN OF THE WOOD WHILE ALL OTHEK PAINTS LAV ON" THE OUTSIDE. EACH CAN IS LABELLED WITH ITS OWN CONTENTS. A SAMPLE IS FREE TO ANYONE WHO ASKS THESE PAINTS ARE PURE; THEY Ai: E HEALTHFUL, THEY AUE LAST I NO. The F. J. Nash MTg. Co., yack, Rockland County, apr30-ly NEW YORK. Fine Portraits, IN CRAYON, PASTEL or WATETi COLORS, From any kind of small picture made, and submitted subject to approval. IE"gr Prices from 9 lO.OO up. For full par ticulars address OKIN T. THOMAS, Artist, 40 West 23rd St., N. Y., Grand Conservatory of Music Building. mar23-tf bsf n Ei si r ilf aflli ill: V,va "n a 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. set23-ly Awarded First Prize Gold international Cotton Exposition, ior the frM Best Samiile, Best General llesnlts iiifSW W "-(;ilulinff alul th? Bost Const nldnu lVi !1 For th best Mmrhine for Also awarded First Premium. at the South Carolina State Fairs. can save you money )y purchasing: direct. E. VAN WINKLE & CO., BOX 83, ATLANTA, GA. Attention! Farmers GWYN & OF ELKIN VALLEY Will make many new styles of soods this standard of excellence that has rendered them so popular throughout the State, and they I will pay special attention to Custom Work. If you will send them your wool they will make it into Jeans, Blankets, Cassi meres, : Linseys, Flannels and Knitting Yarns, the very best you can get anywhere for the nion- ey, and the price is low. THEY PAY FREIGHT ON THE WOOL. Give them a trial and vou will never reirrft it hfrano thw uml-o utr-itli- rtyat r.t,.ua ! and honest goods, and in every case guarantee satisfaction. Write to them for sample, . with terms ot manufacture and directions for shipping wool. We give liberal induce : nients to the trade, and because onr goods are so widely and favorably introduced to the I farmers, all merchants will do well to handle them. i Thanking our many frieiids and patrons for their kindness in the past and soliciting future patronage, we are, Very Respectfully, r, . t , T, freight and express Ofhce, Salisbury, "Good Things It is because their Merits and Advantages are becoming better known. We have s-ld the ALL RIGHT For (18) Eighteen Years. Always gives Satisfaction. We have sold Averell's Chemical Mixed Paints For Eighteen Years (18). The Best Paints in the World. We have sold PRATT'S "ASTRAL" OIL, For Eighteen Years. Safest and Best Lamp Oil ever sold. Absolutely Safe. . HARDWARE OP EVERY DESCRIPTION. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Itnbber and Leather Belting, Lime, Plaster, Cement, and Ten Thousand Other Things. JULIUS LEWIS & CO., OPPOSITE MARKET HOUSE, Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, N. C. AND RIVETED SEAM HORSE COLLARS, FOR THE Wholesale and Retail Trade. tfSamples sent to Merchants at onr expense to order from O ImTe R of thelESMTEKI A j fmnection with our Factory where Shoes are male to GENTS AMERICAN AND FRENCH CALF, Any Style, S.'J.OO to 8.)(. LADIES HAND SEWED, TO ORDER, $2.00 to $5.00. alerea We tfry' ffiCe UUd Sale3 room corQer Harxett and Salisbury Streets. o o M CO Medal at the met ed Ma- fet rlll M"c' Co.. J removing .and. dirt, etc., 1S81 P3 and Wool Growers, CHATHAM, TIIE WOOLEX MILLS, season, which thev will keen nn tn thf hhrh GWYN & CHATHAM. ELKIN VALLEV, N. C. X. C. jun29-3mo Grow in Favor." COOK STOVE 7" W. H. WETKYIORE CO., KALEIGH, N. C, Manufacturers of HAND-MADE SHOES, W. II. WETMORE & CO.