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State Chronicle X. C. Pi x to New d vert iements. -tittite. :o Institute YiVuiii Too . - i. usiness Chance. i :uetz Fresh Flowers. ; s i oneer A nnouncement . , :ng Bros Prices Ixw Down. YLFHJII A X I) WAKE NEAVS. next term of Wake Superior Court gin Jan. 7th. t - a better Xtnus gift ihnn a ' -iii; if ill tl vc"-: -einme; a. See Lis a In vi i isomer t. Wake ha iv ..'v- .-".ceee-.U ! iVtan ::t. 'Pi; i'ul, :md Mr. .'.ni as Ch.it-f f s i ;m excellent A CC1 ;e uu I'CYt'U 11 poll. I. iv" IVparnnen ivroni ly added to ...u I'nivoi :ty has stvii students. l.t-ary. Dean of the Law Depan- tells the CuiioNu i.k that the colored are getting on very well. N. t te.l Wagon Factory has been i lt ha Slo.OOO capital. aral is ,. Tibial to increase it to UH,OoO. The of incorporation is tor UO years. and ..'niv'tiv is empowered to aninufae-u'-'-s. buggies, carts, drays, spokes, linos, etc. . .. s on the lookout for the interest !: t customers, Messrs. Whiting Bros., Kist received by express a large line : ifi:s. !; and children clothing;, glit for spo cash, ar.d tiiis late in the -va makes them real bargains. Their of hats, shoes, underwear and rub g. .ods. is 'i'.l vciy larsie, and must be Kfd, o cow is the time for bargains. .'he Chronicle desires to call the special n'iotiof its readers to the new an-:r.-. enient of Peace Institute in to-day's ?". Always ready to furnish the best : Miction, Prof. Burwell will, at the be-a-.ng of the new year, add stenography i type writing to his course of study. in.-mic:or of these two branches he has .tad the services f Miss Willie Miller, has a practical, us well as a theoreti- t-.nowirdge of the subjects she is to . Williams ( cacrally called "Dutch") was a brave soldier in Maniey's bat and who, May "20, lsTo, lost nearly he tinkers of both hands at Charlotte, pretna: v. re discharge of a cannon, has app -in'ed nisht watchman at tLe al. -Villi.tir.s Las been ti reman at - iprtine Court add Library Building. .;i'.d( 1 cx -Conft.dv.Tate nu:ned Scott .riven thr place, whil-i auother Tia;. . v. ith hueeit years experience). .: e- rd -Uvv at the Capital Sou a re. ' i la -1 d the . N. !' It. V-; !:;h A.! tri.-h riday night the Y. M. C. A. Rowing ne-.y cfncers: Prcsi- i-;ro;ii;utoti; vice rresi.;cnr, :i-re: Trt-asurer. H. W. Jack- j : W. K. Banch. Messrs. V. i Lee. C. P. Wharton ar.d W. were elected to Hit vacancies ; ard of Directors. Kesolution- j of the high appreciation of the j xi (f the work done by Mr. E. L. j ru.-r tieaeral Secretary, weie I --.-1 e v-:ati" 'el. t .Ileru can eaSU".. -Ci. et. to -r;ve bond last Monday, where-thc- Coma!ioi;frs elt-cte-i Mr. L-u--iO i 'eciocr-aiic candidate, ar.d rave -n days to give botd. The D-ra-v f Wake in ade Mr. Lo:'gt th-u-..r -' a:er. i ;'..ey o.ve it to th. j au 1 to Mr. Ii;gf-e to exert t hem to i.i-.i ' ,is !, Th-. ! . -i Olio- i -v .-1 y ; nan .ui. ; e c .'UpeteDt o ;.. f- t ::e f.-Ji.; i. It w. 'Uhi he o t xcel-eut and, hi every tltmm to lose the ol.he a - . ' e:uocTas were un .va.iii ' to co - i. ..-. llxlly to him Detnocra's and .un y jur help. He deserves it'. hei his term expires Governor Scales i -otr.e President of a new bank to be -i iu Greenhoro He v.iil prac- !-iw also, and will make Mr. Wallace Nviio is now Executive Clerk, ;!): .r part ner. Cbas. 11. Arm field, . I'i i vate Secretary, will take his . :' place in the law linn of Arm field -.rtier in tatesville, and return to his ':i":ne to a lare practice. Gen. V. P. w ;il probably return to his farm ;-'.t.s county. The friends of thee ; :.:-n in Raleigh will regret to give Christmas Holiday Rates. K. A: I . R u.road will sell round ( V. -s bw en all stations in North iua at ver- low rates daring the; : t.us. Tickets on sale December 2i and 'ri and 1 .. inclusive; also on December 31st inclusive. Extreme limit sase January 3d, 189. Kal- ;(- ' : ii paws ;:, to i harlott3 ana return, tn o-i, i-j vetreville and return, f-i.73; to Grcens ;o and return. $4.15; to Wilmington i return -fo.To, and all other stations correct ondingiv low rates. 11 ln ed Rates on the Seaboard Air Uoe. l"v,e aboard Air Line t-stem have an .i.need holiday rates fur Christmas over their lines at ereativ reduced figures. The from Ktleigh to-Tnarlotte and return j ,s i.Cr,; trorn Raleigh to weiaon ana re in; r. si.r.o: from Raleigh to Wilmington i id return $5. 75. A so, between Charlotte and Shelby, . i! i. 1 l-twecn Charlotte and Rut her .-ordtori, -r i Rates to other stations at -Non iiniv Sow figures. Tickets to -..:'i I ), cVmber 21st to 25th, inclusive, o ' tor. turn until January :3d, 189. o he sold from the 20th to the 31 t .;;" i.'i -.-mher, good to re: urn until Jann :::y. l.'.i. D. atti, the Reaper, Still is Keapins- Daniel Finger died at his home in NVv.o,n. Tuesday, Dec. 13th, iu the s3rd ...,r of i is age. A quiet, dignified, ro useful, and popular old gentleman leen taken from us by hu death. ..ti! a-.out seven years ago he reamed Matthews church in Lincoln coumv. .) t v,.,if a t.i.ntnvv was one of the pil- i T ors o f tne German Kc-torm cnurcu n i t n ;t community In secular aliairs ue w'-V U' one of the most influential and j wjsh them a ydeasant trip and a safe re-o-'.'b'ic -oirited men of his county. He j turn to the Old North State." . f .rmer .and n tanner, anl was ac !v (.tw'itd in both these nnes oi i.ui ' - - , . ! until he moved to Newton. L.'"! e.pnse. lie wan tne - ffut.ctintendent of Public In- I" lll.iT, iction. Uiichleu's Aruica Salve. T ie I'.r.sr Salve in the world for Cuts, Ik-r.ses Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains i 'o'i-, at d all Skin Eruptions, and posi- s, T. 'cures Piles, or no pay required. It, Is L'uarnleed to give perfect s ttisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per ' ox. For sale by Lee. Johnson A Co. F.ee.,,u, Itchy, Scaly, Skin Tortures. The si mpie application of "Swayxe's Oixt M E vr,'' without any internal micme, will rare anv ense of Tetter, Salt Rheum, King worm, Piles, Itch, Sores, Pimples, Eceemu. all Scaly Itchy Skin Eruptions no matter now obstinate or long standing. It is potent, effective. ad costs but a trifle. i-EKSOWI, AND SOCIAL. A met i Rives Chandler denies the yarn about her wearing ki 1 shoes with pockets lor the Iocs oko the lingers of a glove. The South Carolina Legislature re elect ed Senator M. C. Butler to the U. S. Sen ate without opposition. Two colored niern Ihts voted for him. Key. Thomas Hume, D. D., will deliver a lecture befo- ; the students of Liberty Academy Friday night. The Principal writes the Chronicle that all are antici pating a literary treat. Mr. V. T. Knight is the Democratic Sheriff of Edgecombe. The Eastern Dem ocrats have determined to quit going on the bonds of iv -publicans, and the result is th,ir lvU:eco(uie, drectie, Craven and oti c- c,. oi!ies get Dc'". c;U:e ctllciaR Mr. M. Makely and his family passed through Tuesday, en route to Alexandria, where Mrs. Makely will make iter home for awhile. Mr. Make lv is giving legisla tive work some study, and lias under con sideration some important measures for our loinMators to look into. Washington (ia:vtie. Dr. Pride Jones, Clerk of the Court ofOr auue, has resigned, and S. M.Gattis, Esq., has been appointed to succeed him. No man in Cuane:') county has enjoyed a greater degree of deserved popularity than Dr. Jones. He is now an aged and infirm man. Mr. Gattis is admirably suited to succeed him. The AshoviHe Citizen congratulates the people of the West that their distinguished representative on the Mate ticket, Attorney-General Davidson, received the larg est vote of any man on ticket. The Citizen certainly misread tlu 'g..:vs. Maj. Finger received 57 votes more than Co!. Davidson, and lead the ticket. Newton Enterprise. The Marriage iiells A-ltinging. In Greene county, Dec. oth.Mr. Willis Dixon to Miss Pearl CoNvard, Rev. C. W. Howard otliciating. At Garner, Wake county, Dec. ISth, Dr. M. E. Gauis to Miss Mattie A . Dupree, llev. Dr. J. Ih Bobbitt olliciating. In Washington, X. C, Dee. 10th. Mr. V. B. Deans, of Wilson, to Mis Susan G. Myers, daughter of Dr. J. G. B. Myers. In Franklinton, X. C, Dec. 10th. Mr. Calvin Brownley, of Wilson, to Miss Flor ence Moore. In Xash county, Dec. 12th, Dr. J. J. Mann to Miss Eula Kicks, Rev. A. D. Betts officiating. At Pactolus, Pitt county, Dec. 18th, Mr. W. G. Stokes to Miss Addie Perkins, Rev. D. J. Do well otliciating. In Raleigh. Dec. 12th, Mr. George B. Flemrai"g. of Edenton. to Miss Emma L. Lums.hu, Rev. L. L. Nash officiating. At Aurora. Beaufort county, N. C, Dec. HVh. Mr. Willis T. Bryati to Miss Sal! c- Crawford, Kev. X. Colin Hughes. Jr., ofiiciating. In Monroe, Dec. loth, Mr. Fred E. Still, a tvpo on the Monroe Enquirer and Exoressto Miss Fannie Sikes, Rev. C. W. .f.ij-isoi rittieiat insr. I - J- ! in the Episcopal church at Monraa I ton. We incsday. Dec 12th, Mr. Herbert i Walton to Viss Lola Kirkland, Rev. S. P. j Waters ollicia'ing. j la Sparta. Alleghany county, Mr. ! Jeff C. Carson, Superintendent of County I Schools, to Miss Sue Doughton, sister of ; R. A. Doughton, Esq., member of the ! House from A'hgaauy. j War Piftsl'oro, We inesday, Deeem : ijer XJ-h. isri. Mr. Jacobs. Ixng, wh"se ho'r. i in-" - Gr--ham, to M.-ss B- rty Petty, . dav ht.-r o: Mr. Wm. i'etty. Rev. W. S. i Long performing the ceremony. T;: L-n..i by Lev. C. of Shelby. . Lenoir. Mr. J. L. ebl. An oil Cicero Clin young Mr. ;-. last W.-dnesdav :nes, Mni--. mot ntnsr, ;? !j re U P Love, .t.d Miss j Obie Brady, of Love was attended b Hon. f Shclbv. gcntlemm, by name Mr. of Catawba county, told .Iphonzo Hildebrand that if he called to see his daughter. Miss Sarah Cliue, a shot sun reception awaitel him. Nothing daunted, the young man proem ed a marriage license and a cai riage.and stole the girt at night, and a Justice of the Peace made tlie twain one flesh. Love still has a nabit of laughing at lock smiths. Dr. Albert Anderson and Miss Pattie E. Woodard, daughter of Eld. Win. Wood ard. were nia'-ried Dec. 12th, at the resi dence of the hrida's parents near Wilson, Elder James S. Woodat-d. .-.-'isted by Rev. J. H. Cordon, officiating. The groom is a young man of solid character a man of brains, and one who is destined to achieve success of a permanent character. The bride is a young lady of many attractions of person, "head and heart, and possesses rri--i . the traits to mate a tnouei wue. wnson ince. Or; Wednesday, at noon, ir Raleigh, at the residence of Capt. E. R. Stamps, Mr. W. V. Savage, of Henderson, to Miss Mattie Williams, daughter of the late John G. Williams, Esq , Rev. R. T. Vann officiating. There were no attendents, but a number of the closest friends of the party were present to witness the ceremo ny and express their congratulations and good wishes. Mr. Savage was formerly Principal of the Centennial Graded School here, 'and has cany friends in the city. He is now Principal cl Henderson Male Academy. After the ceremony the couple left on the North bound train for a vifiit to relatives and friends in Hertford coun ty, where they are followed by the sincere good Nvi.shes of a; any friends among which number is the editor of the Chronicle. - A friend of the Chronicle writes: ' On Wednesday, Dec. 12th, at Bethel church, in Halifax county, N. C, Mr. L. D. Johnson, of Ringwood, N. C, to Miss Luev Perry, of Ila'ifax coun'y, N. C, Iv.n". W. M. Pite otlioiatirg. Hie attend ants were: Mr. T. R. Moore with Miss Linda M. Norman; Dr. Joha II. Harrison with Mi.-s Net Ho E. Clark; Mx. Wilt Jones with Miss Sa'lie C. Norman; Mr. Robert A. M''0;-. with Miss Annie L. Perry; Mr. W. T. Wjuit.os with Miss Fannie McK Ptrrv? Mr. H. V. Perry with Miss Nannie Thorn o; Mr. E. B. Perry, Jr., with Miss Sarah Harrison, Dr. A. !i. Harrison with Miss Pattie D. Perry. The ushers aare; Mr Geo. Harrison and Mr. E.B Mitchell. The gallant groom and beautiful bride, after receiving the congratulations or their many liiemjs, lwh nueiu nam ivi an extenaeu tour, iiieir many meuos In St.. .Stephens' Episcopal church in T, U'oiin.'.rrlar 1 lt. 1"th .Tunica S. 1 , 1 1 1 1 ,1 . , ' ' , ... ... , , . . . " , " v - Manning, Esq , a popular and prominent metI1bcr of the Darbam bar, and son of Hon. John Manning, to Miss Julia Cain, daughter of Dr. J. t. Cain, Kev. T. X. M. George officiating. The attendants were: Misd Annie Cain and Mr. W. S. Halibur ton; Miss Kattie McMackin and Mr. T. B. Fuller; Mins Maty Manuing and Mr. J. F. Cain, Jr.; Miss Annie Collins and Dr. K. P. Pattie, Jr. The bride, !!iii8 Julia Cain, followed the attendants to the chancel, escorted by her father, where she was met by the groom and his best man, l)r. J. M. Manning, who entered from the vestry room. The ushers were Robert Cain and Sterling Cain. The Cuhoxicle takes peculiar pleasure iu extending its con gratulations to Mr. Manning upon his great good fortune and in wishing to the couple a full fruition of all their bright hopes. THE LEGISLATURE. SENATE. 1st District (Currituck, Gates, Camden, Hertford, Cnowan, Pasquotank, Per- quituiins) V. P. Shaw, Dem., and J. K. Abbott, Dem. 2nd District (Tyrrell, Washington, Dare, .Martin, Beaufort, Hyde, Pamlico) H. W. sstubbs, Dem., and W.H.Lucas.Dem. 3rd District (Northampton, Bertie) Rep. 4tn District (Halifax) T. L. Kmery, Dem. 5th District (Edgecombe) Dred Vimber- ly (col.), liep. f.th District (Pitt W. K, Williams, Dem. 7th District (W ilson, Nash, Franklin)-!. W. King, Dem., and .J. G. Sills, Dem. Sth District (Craven) George Green, Jr., Kep. 9th District (.Tone, Onslow, Carteret) Benj. Brock, Dem. 10th District (Duplin, Vayne)-Armer Rob inson, Dem., and B. F. Aycock, Dem. 11th District (Greene, Lenoir) John War ters. Rep. 12th District (New Hanover.Pender) F. B. Rice, Kep. 13th District (Brunswick, Bladen) John N. Dennett, Dem. 14th District Sampson) K.W.Kerr, Dem. 15th District (Columbus, Robeson) .J. if'. Payne,Dem.,and Milton Campbell, Dem. Kith District -(Cumberland, Harnett) W. L. Williams, Dem 17th District (Johnston) .Tames H. Pou, Dem. 18th District (Wake) T. D. Banks, Rep. ltttli District (Warren, Vance) Henry 11. Falkner, Rep. 20th District (Durham, Orange, Person, Caswell) Thomas II. Hughes, Dem., and J. A. Long, Dem. 21st District (Granville) J. W. Brown, Rep. 22nd District (Chatham, Alamance) S. J. Crawford, Dem. 33rd District (Rockingham) A. L. Moore, Dem. 24th District (Guilford) A. S. Holton, Rep. 25th 1 )istrict ( Moore and Randolph) J.. J. White Dem. 20th District--(Richmond, Montgomery) J. T. LeGrand, Dem. 27th District (nson, Union) R. E. Little, Dem. 2Sth District (Stanly, Cabarrus) Paul B. Means, Dem, 2!th District (Mecklenburg) J. Sol Reid, Dem. 3()th District (Rowan, Davie) T. B.Bailey, Dem. 31st District (Davidson) P. C. Thomas, Rep. 32nd District (Stokes, Forsyth) Eugene Lineback. Rep. 33rd District (Surry, Yadkin) W. II. Hampton, Rep. 34th District (Iredell, Alexander, Wilkes) W. D. Turner, Dem., and W. W. Bar ber, Dem. 35th District -(Watauga, Ashe, Alleghany) W. t. Farthing, Dem. 36th District ( Burke, Caldwell, McDowell, Mitchell, Yancey) H. S. Blair, Dem., and S. B. Briggs, Dem 37th District (Liiicoln,Catawlm,)-Josephus R. Turner, Dem. 3Sth District (Cleveland, Gaston) John F. Leper, Dem. 39th District (Rutherford, Polk) T. B. Twitty, Dem. 40th District (Buncombe, Madison) V. S. Lusk, Rep. 41st District (Havwood, Henderson, Tran sylvania) M. C. Toms, Dem. 42nd District ( Jackson.M aeon. Clay, Swai Cherokee, Graham) L. J. Smith, Dem Democrats 37 Republicans 13 llOt SE OF 11EPRESEXTATIVKS. Alamance K. W. Scott, Dem. Allesjhany R. A. Doutchton, Dem. Alexander K. P. Matthevson, Dem. Anson J. J. Dunlap, Dem. Ashe K lilevins, Kep. I'.eaufort lames S. Marsh, Dem. Bertie E. K. Outlaw. Dem. Bladen C. C. Lyon, Dem. Brunswick. Hufus Galloway, Dem. Buncombe M. K. Carter, Dent., and J. S. T. Baird, Dem. Burke J. 11 Hoffman, Dem. Cabarrus Charles McDonald, Dem. Camden E. M. DeFord, Dem. Caswell Wil-on Carey, Rep. Carteret A. H. Chadvick, Dem. Catawba Abel Unit, Dem. Chatham S. G. Wilson and J. M. Edwards, Dems. Craven J. B- Hussey, Kep. Cheroket W. K. Trull. Ket. Chowan II. A. Bond, Jr., Dem. Clay J. S. Bell. Dem. Cleveland Dr. V. C. llamrick, Dem. Columbus J. -T. Long, Dem. Cumberland Thomas II. Sutton and T. 11. i McGill, Dems. Currituck Pierce Hampton, Dem. Caldwell W. C. Newlaud. Dem. Dare S. M. S. Kolinson, Dem. Davidson Z. V. YValzer, liep. Wall. Rep. Davie John A. Hendricks, Kep. Durham John T. Nichols, Dem. Duplin J. K. Miller, Dem. Eduecombe Two Itepublir-ans. Foisytli J. (J. Reynolds, Kep. Franklin C. M. Cooke ami J T. Clifton, Denis. G.c-ton R. A. White, Dem. Gaes Martin Keiloii, Dem, Graham K. Carver, Dem. Granville K. Amis, Kep., and II. G. Tilley, Kep. Greene N. H. Beeman. Kep. Guilford Oplen Starbuck, Kep., Wools, Rep. Halifax W. II. Anthony and T. II. Taylor, Dems. Harnett William Pearson, Dem. Haywood W. H. Hxgroye, Dem. Henderson J. G. Graut, Kep. Henfoni lames L. Anderson, Dem. Hvde M. Makely. Dem. Iredell J B. Holmau and A. Leazer Denis. H. A. Jackson W. A. Dills, Ind. Johnston Josenhus .lohnsoii and Wellons, Dems. Jones E. M. Foscue, Dem. Lenoir S. I. NVooten, Dem. Lincoln W. A. Hoke. Dem. McDoNveli William Blanton, Dem. Macon Georye A. Jrnes Dem. Madison Lawson, lifop. Maitin J. B. Cotlield, Dem. Mecklenburg J. C. Lontt, N. Gibbon and J. W. Hood. Dems. Mitchell S. M. Banner, Rep. Montgomery J no. F. Crowder, Rep. Moore M. J. Blue, Dem. Nash J. B. Phillips, Dem. New Hanover V. House and John Hollo way, Reps. Northampton N. li. Kawles, Rep., and A R- Jacobs, Rep. OnelsNv Thomas E. Gilman, Dem. OrantM T- M- Cheek, Dem. Pamlico K. II. Mr'Cotter, Dem. Pasquotank Kep. Pender Rob"t C. Johnnon, Dei Perquimans J. D. Parker, Dem. Person J. T. Yancey, Dem, Polk K. T. Thurston, Dem. Pitt M. C. S. Cherry and G.B. King.Dems. Randolph Isaac H. Putdi, Kep., and Benj. Milliken, Kep. Richmond T. J. Wooten, Dem. tj.obespn D. C. Regan anil T. M. Watson, Dema. Rockingham 'i. W- Hopkins nd G. T. WalKer, Dems. Rowan J. S. McCubbins, Sr., Dem. Rutherford Thomas J. Wilkins, Dem. Sampson W.E. Stevens and Dr. W.B.Mur- j;hv, Dems. Stanley -W. li. Littleton, Dem. Stokes J as. A Iak, Dem, Surry u. G. Wangh. Dern. Swain--J. A. Franks, lad. Transylvania T. N. Cooper, Rep. Tyrrell David Alexander, Dem. Union James A. Marsh, Dem. Vance Jas. M Watson, Rep. Wake E. C. Beddiustield, Dem., E. D. J!aue0m, Dem , J. A. Temple, Kep., and W. K. ikjnnett, Kep. Warren R. C. Waid Kep. Washmgton J. H. Shell, Rep. Watauga J. Jl. Crisp, Kep. Wayne John K. Overman and M. J Dems. Wilkes K. O. Mastin, Kep. Wilson Nathan Bass, Dem. V adkia Rep, Yancey W. P. Whitjdngton, Dem. De.nocrat8 , . . , . . Republicans , Independents Ham, 33 Joint IJallot. 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Sold oulv in" cans. Roy al RaUi-o- Powder Co., lOG Wall St.,N. Y. r ANT ED. A partn-rr iii r go'xl iaying business i-i a growi fig t.wti pplication considt rel cju-ti-'.etiti.-ti. Ad'L-es--, A., nov.io 1m care Statk C:irion. le. I1KSS CHANCE! A young man with a knowledge or' Phar macy and I ,)Ot can tiui! a good business chance by addressing i)iii';GisT, dec21 2t Care Kimtui: C;ikos;clk. A NNOI NCEM KM. 1 am a candidate for the position of Road Ing Clerk of the Senate. 1 am a r si lent of the First District which has never had the position. 1 will thank Senators not to com mit themselves before they re.i h Raleigh. Respctfu.ly, dec21-3t C II. SPENCER. Newspaper Outlit for Hale I A splendid newspaper outiit can be bought cheap and on reasonable terms, by address ing. V. I'. LKW IS. nov: H-tf Reidsvilie, X. C. "ALT AIJLK I.M FOR SALE I otf r for sale !'t the Court House, in the city of Raleiirli, on Frldny, the -tth day of January, lss'.i, at M , twi. huinlred and tittv C2.h acres of land,- lyo; tour ami a half miles South of Italeih. on (he Fay etteville road, adjoiuiuir the lamis of Kicii ard Koonce. Hantdlial Park r and other-, beiror (Kilt ot T he lands of the late Geortre W. Whitaker, deceased This is a very de sirable tract of land, l it leperie t. Terms made Known on day o -;de. 1'AilllS A, U lil'f Ai! K, Kxiculo;. A. D. JoSE, Att v tor Executor. del4-4t XOKTU CAKOLINA, Wake County. In the Superior : Court. Spier Whitiker, Admini.-trator of thu late of William F. Askew, deceased, aL'airist William F. Askew a. his wife, Eir.ni-;: Emma A. Emerson aud her husband, Isaac E. Fmerson: James A. AsIccnv and Mary, his wife; Charles T. Askew and l.ie:a. 1 is wife; Jell"er-on I). Askew and ;.da, his wife: Thomas S. Akew anil S:-die, his wi!-; Mangle M. Askew. Harriet J. As :e the National Bank of Rah-ih, An-ni- E Carr, adm't x of Minnie Mooie. da ce i--d, and A. ti. Carr. he" husij.r.el, John W . tiraliHTn. Paul C. Catneioit, i;ie Falls of Neuse Manufac tiring t.'ompany. The State of North Carolina, to the Sher iff of M ake Con my, . liili: I1N(,: Yon are hereby commanded to sirninioii William F. Asfo-w and his wife, Emma. Em in i .V. Em-rs.i-i and h'. r his' a:ui, Isaac E. Emerson, .lames A. Askew and Mary, bis wife, Charles T. A-kew and L'.ela, his wife, Jefferson D A kew and Jola, his wite, Thomas S. Askew and Sadie, his wif , Maiuie M. Asljew, Harriet . I. As!.evv, the National Bank of Kaleitrh, Vunie E Carr, ailm'tx of Minnie Moore, deceased. ft nd A. G. Carr, her husband, John W. Graham, Paul C. Cameron, the Falls of Neu.-e Manufac turinji Company, the defendants above named, if tt;ey be found within your coun ty, to appear at the ollice of the Clerk of the Superior Court lor the county of Wake, at the Court House, in the city of Ra'eitrh, on the 17th day of January, lss'.i, and answer the complaint, a copy of which will be de posited In the office of the Clerk of the Su perior Court of said county within ten ;!ays lrom the date ot this Summons, and let them take notice that if they fad to answer the said complaint within that time the piaiutiff will apply to Die Court for the I ti ll ( f demanded in the complaint. Hereof fail not and of this Summons ma!-:e due return. The purpose of th;s Special Proceeding is to obtain un order of the Court to sell tne real e-tate of which the hit" W iliiam F. As kew died i;Jzed ;:"d t.-ossesse !, sif.vited in the counties of Wf;Le aud t li auf-re in the State of North Caruiina to make assets to pay the debts of the said Askew. Given under my hand and seal of said Court this :trd day of Januarv, lss;i. ( II S. I). ri'CIIFRf'II, dec7-t"w Clerk Sup. Court Wake C -. Peace Institute, Raleigh, N. C. T!o' Sipriiis Term Comineisccs on the 21 t January, !SK!,ani Closes tie First Wednesday in June Fcllowins. The attention of parents looking for a first class school for their daughters is called to the following advantages claimed for Peace Instiute: 1st. An experienced and highly accom plished corps of teachers in all hraurhes usually taught in lirst c!a.-s seminaries lor young ladies and girls. Advantages for in struct an in Music, Art and Modern Lan guages un-n rpancti. '.'nd. A comprehensive Course of instruc tion, as Willows: 1.) Primary and Prepara tory. (2.) Academic. Ci.) Collegiate. (A Optional, including Music, Art and Modern Languages. (5.) Commercial, including Hook-keepi!ig, Short hand, Type-wr'tirsg. 3rd. Heidi J; fulness of location. The cli ma'c of liak-'.gh i niii.l and saluhrioue, be ing a pleMsaut mean between the severe old of a more Northern and the cnervai ing be;it of a more S'.uihern local! y. .Vs t-videuce of r hf healt lif illness t he t .1 iowiugst ;Of t ocnr is made: Peace Institute was orgaa.znd and started as a school, by the present Princi pals, in 1ST',': during that lime nor a single death has occurred among tne pupils bo.trd ing in the institution, and for the ut two and a halt y-ars no -'ase oticLnrus ivouii--ing care and attention beyond he rog'ti'r time lor retn ing at nurht. 4th. Location at Raleigh, the Canital of the State, i:i direct railroad and telegraphic coninMinication with every place in tin coiintiy. Principal's odice onnected by telephone with telegraph odjee. 0th. Building mo.it conveniently arranged of any in the State; heated by steam and lighted by gas. The sleeping-room of pu jnls arrauued for two occupants, neatly and comfortably furnished, and eacli warmed by a uteaii: radia'or, danger from (ire in use of open lire-places mid stovos being thus avoided, as well as health and comfort pro- j muted. The large and elegant assemblv- room is liirhted y elect riuirv, and electric bells are throuuh the whole ouiiding. 5th. The religious advantages. All the Protestant churctn-s are represented in Ral eigh. While Peace Institute is uuder the auspices o; i'resbyteriuns, it is by no means stctarian. Pup:U on the hist Sunday of each month attend churches of their pa rents' choice. Tth. Kxpenses less than any Female Sem inary offering same advantages. T K It 31 S : For Board, Including furnished room, ser vant's attendance, lights, laundry, with tui tion in all the Kngiish branches, Latin, Cal isthenics for term commencing January 21st ami ending June eth; 1S( gias.OO. For circular containing full piirticulara, ft r an s kev. R. BITRWELL Ar SON, dec2",-tf Kaleigh, N. C. I i NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Granville Insmute, OXFORD, N. The Spring session opens Jan nary 24, Location healthy, building neNv and entire ly refurnished tnis Summer. The nu sical instruments include largest size Chit kering concert gra d pianos just from tlie factory, an organ with a' octaves of pedals" Direc tor of music is a -ra'Uiateot the Nt.rwieh Conservatory, and afterwards a pupil of Wm. Sherwood, the most renowned pianist of America Speciwl advantages m art and elocution. Progressive, su. ctssful teachers in every department, For Catalogue appi y to Mis II. CLARKE, d-icll lm Principal. Mii. OSGOODIJY has irreatly simplified Stenography, and otl'ers a book ttiat fiuick minds can easily master. Stenograph ers' very where end'M-se l. X. Y Kvaugelist. OSOOIiiY?S METHOD FO R 1 1 0 M E -1 N S T I ' ( T 1 0 N . Manual, ?1.0: Reader. d.;U; lOpitonie, 25c: ' Dictionary, "2.oo. Special lustrut-tiuii SHORTHAND liy Mail, Six Dollars. Stenographic Miscellany, per Number, :t5c. Send 2c. -tamp for .Synopsis. W. W. OMiOODIlV, l'iihlislu r, dc' 7-f'm Rochester, N. Y. 70tic: or s ki.i: By virtue oi aurhnrity given in a deed in trust from W'm. A. Rhodes, n-cortied in the Register's cftice of Wake county, in Book b,':age :!!- and in the Register's ollice of Johnston county in Book H 5. page 273, Ac , I v, iii sell on Tuesday, the sth day of Janu ary, lssi, at public auction at "the Court House door of Wake county, in the chy of Raleigh, a t ract ot laud in Mark's Creek township. Wake county, X. C, adjoining the lands of Johu W. Rhodes, Judson Lee, Ln'-vrence Anderson. W alter Scarborough and othtrs, nl containing a'oont v.'acres. Also a lot iu the town or Sell.':!, Johnston county. N. C, and known as Lot No. 4 i;i the plan of said town of St-itu.t. Said tract and lot of land are more deti -nitel v described in said deed in trust n Inch is hereby referred to. l ime of sale., 12 o'clock M. Terms ca-ti. Rlleig.). N. (.'., Dec. 7. 'sss J. N. i!oi,m(;, det 7 It Trustee. HEAL ESTATE - FO K- Sale Exchange and Rent, We do a general Real Estate business e.nd those wisliintr eiti,er to liny, S'll, Ex cha;iv. Ken' o" f.i-j-e Steal Piopeity NVili do Wi li to e-.ji'iopolld NV.t.l us. We have hi our h;.n Is a larue number of Dwellings. Dwelling Lots, Btisirie-s Dots and Store Hou-es in this plpce. and also a great deal of Grunville county country prop erty. (Jxfon: is one of the leading lu iuht tobac co towns in the State, its urov th and the in tlnx of p:ulat ion ami eaJ;h for the past few years is unprecedented. With its pres ent i ulvo.-u'. i ic.'uies we tit-f competition. Clill,i A- JtO Y.Vl'ER, Att 'ys-s.t -L-i.w and Real Estate Brokers. 0:Lce: 4 Hernd.-u I dock 111, Commercial Avenue, Oxford, N. C decl4-mo IX S. WAITT. Clothier am1 Furnisher, 8, SliOKft, ients I it tier V' KCIiWi: Alt, ur A l urni liitis (.ouds. f rs. r ii e Diamond Dress Shin, N" 1 S 1 i V. FAR, HOSIER V, G LO I S, SlTJ':-.Vi:itS, i Midi rCI.l.A. T II?" KS, V A MSKS. Faettevilh St reet, n r,Ki:ii. scpiS-. Fremont Institute, 1RK.HOM, . C. a'. ail y i'iJWfi,! 71-i CZi WO 11 iv Course of cuov th n r Mi LIT v THOROUGH; Studv l'rartieal. A N 1 STKADV. . Ontional Ad.l-.l. AMI TrSTION v Moderate. 1 H Hf. Writ-no- (i t i Catalogue and pa ! icida- m. Priuc.pal. E i. J. L NORTH CAROLINA HomeinsurenceCo. F Insures Against Loss by FIRE. THIS Ca&PAriY HAS BEEN IN SUC CESSFUL CPtRATlCK FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. W. S. PRLtlROSK, - - President. V. . UPCIIURCII, - Vice-President. CIIAS. ROOT, - - Sec. and Treasurer. P. COOPER, - Adjuster. mchlO-lyr twraa-i. -my. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, KALEIGH, N. C. THE ADVENT TERM, THE 95TII SKMI-ANXUAL SESSION, HEGINS THURSDAY, SK PTE Ji ll K R 13T1I, 18H8. For Catalogue, address the K-ctor, KEY. EENXiJlT SMEDLIS, A. M. janli t f II03U: FERTILIZER, Cheapest mid Best lieat Fertilizer in the Market. CAN EE MIXED AND USED UP TO DAY OF PLANTING. Old Town, Mi , Ag- 1st, 1Ssk. Mess. Hoykin, Caumei; & C., Ral70.,Mh. Gentlfmkn: I have sold your -'Home Fertilizer" lor seNeral years, and find it gives entire satis'action wherever used. I h:ve used ir. myself on my farm, and can s, if people would only take the time to mix it, that it is one of tlie cheapest 'ertili zers used and is as good, if not better than many that cost much ni' re. Mr Francis Darke ,who buys some from mc every year, says there is no better and he doesn't care tor any but "Home Fs rtibz-r," if he can always get it. Hoping that ail who use fer til izer can be induced to buy U;e "Home," as it v, ill save them much money, I rc'aiii. Yours respectfully, JNO. V. CAKDEKi Mi:. W. H. Cacki et, of Diinmore, W.Va., in oidering some "Home Fertilizer" for his ONvn use, writes under date July 81, lss-S: "On a 1 7-12 acre iot, by riri'.l measurement, I threshed . bushels of wheat a fraction over 41 bushels to the acre. Tais piece of grouri't had been limed 3 yers before heav Tiy, and had been worked in com for 3 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 it " ore than doubled the n it Id i'HL Oil fr"Send for Pamphlet giving price, di rections tor mixing and certiheates from leading farmers in several States. j HOYKIN, GAUMEK & CO., No;-. II and 13 North Liberty Street, ItALTLHOKE, Mi). ;V"AIso Sole Propi ietors of "CEItEALITE," 'or Top-dressing and increasing the vield of dl crops. ' feb-tf W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & GO, iiai,ek;ii, X. c. Our Mammoth. Sale -OF DRY GOODS. On February 1st, Mr. Chan. Mc-j Kimmon i'l retire from onnirrn. and we le:;;;n, Kovember 2Gth. to SELL DOWN Our Iinnien.se Stock of Dry (iitods, Shoes, Carpets aM House Furnishing Goods. This unprecedented sale will be eontin-. tied unttl t!;e night of Jan. a 1st, lb6u. JVith the view ot a complete dispo--i io.i, or -elliiiK out o( the entire stock l4 l' h. l.-t, ue have marked down every piece l cocids in every one of the 3!l I,e iiu tine:!!- in our Hii; store. Never hn such an i-nmi-nse stock of Dry Coods heei. otier&u to l he people of North Caroli ni-.. A . ii . i it. s. Ti f !ii:n co. X. Ii. We must insist upon the early set tlement of all notes and accounts now due. V. II. .V il. S. TICKKft A CO. Jas. Hoylan. "1 T. V. Domuv. ! n , , . . : . . k Cxto. VV. PifK. j NEW ARRIVALS FAIJiAXI) WINTER D MY GOODS. We are Offering dail Great Burg.iius in Iress, (ioods, Notions, Milliueiy and Gents Furnishing Good' CI.(TIIIN;, ItOOl'K. (ATS, G HK T BA HC AIXS IX Ladies and Gents Voolen C : ;erv, r;:r, floANKDl s;, Ct U FtTS. AM) CO V NT K I A X ES. ;g"A full and complete 'me of Ladies. Misses and Children's HO KS, all standard make, and a full guarantee on every pair. W. (. SEP ARK. novj-tf We simply wish to say our ptock of V ATClir.S, IMA HO N US, CLOCKS, Sterling and Plated Silver, and BRICA'UR AC is Comnlete in everv Detail. 5T"Special attention to all kinds of Re pairing in our hue. Send for oar Illustrated Catalogue. Southern Jewelry House. F. I. JOHNSON & SON. mr23-ly S02 Main St., Lynchburg, Va. LYRIC OF JOHN Y. TKS BACHELORS NOW MUsT "WDE- VWEF" THEY'VE HAD YOUR YEARS () SPORT " THEY CAN SMILE AND FAINT AND EVEN "DE-" ' HUT IT'S WOMAN'S YEAR TO COURT B AvnTwLxrfcJIAIR AND PIXCI1 YOUR CIIEER. AND DON YOUR LEST TROUSSEAU, AND IF SHE COMES YOUR LOVE TO SEEK JUST SA'i , "OH MY, YOU MUSTN'T DO SO." HUT CONSIDER YOURSELF FORT UN TF WHETHER SHE HE EHiilTEEN OR EUiHTY-EIGUT. And if Bachelors, Maidens, Mammas or Pappas, Consir.s. Sisters Sweethearts or Aunts want to buy arythinc in the DRUG LINE, A TOILET C sP KOTTTv nr EXTRACT, Bridal Present, Birthday Present or anyother prevent fori r UrJh er, Cousin, Sweetheart or Friend during the year 18S, don't forget that ' ' JOHN Y. MacRAE'S U the place to make the purchase. Come whenever you feci like it, and eeu when you don t feel hko it. A warm welcome awaits you in the Winter and a cool welcome un tne shape or a Summer Drink) awaits you iu the Simmer. 83With a thousaTld and one good wislics for all n patrons and friend. I urn very coraiallv, " ' ' JOHN Y. MaeEAE, Cor. Market, Martin and Wilmington Street. IIAI.EIGII, N. C. "1s. "v v J v ii5G V JA tl RA N TED Cfi.GftV8H:i.O.FC!9 C.A.GASr,!LLMFCCO C.f..6fllPl..U V.fC rn V U H E AW ape 7, Represented by A. A. THOMPSON, RALIMGII, X. C. octl"-'inio OAK RIDGE INSTITUTE. Xext Term liegi" January rintl, 1SS!I. YOU CAN GET A Beautiful RECISTrn illlus'rnted; of OAK KIICF IJVSTITUTE and B m COI,ld:; 11 tellinp all about that celebrated School F It E E ! Vou should !" th's it yoti cui.teinplate pat.-onizin any school next vear. 1' Teachiiis, for tiusines (,r fur Collesc. 'iUS Students pa-t ye a". '. ms School is lin.-ly located in the 1' . dniont reszio Carolina, near (ireeushoro, '..here good hoarl can he had low. It. has sjdendid fine st mly hails, and elegant ly furnished Society Halls, beautiful Chapel, ;-. pletely equipped. TeleKraohic coinitiutiication dirtn-t. One of the lew lirst-c Schools iu tlie South. Address, deeil-lmo J. A. V "J. II. MOLT, Oak Kid; . NQRRIS& CARTER. Will place on sale to-morrow, the LARGEST STOCK OF Merino and All-Wool Underwear, AT THE- LOWEST PltlCES Kver ottered in the city. These gooils were ronght direct from maui'facturtrs, including a large line of the celebrated French Kibbed p rfect-li' ting SUIT S for Ladies, Misses olid Geutlc.iu-ii. CLOAKS A I) WRAPS. Will also ofier a Jare "one of New and Stylish Wraps for Ladies and Misses, at extremely low pri ces. Ask to see our fc-fcid Plush Wrapa at 414, worth 20. SILKS AM) DRESS GOODS. Special offers will be made to-morrow in Silks, Dress Good.? and Trimmings to mutch. XORUIS & CARTER, 205 and 'MS Fayelteville St., jan.Vlj Hideigh, X. C T i STOPPED. FREE Han-clous Sucrfgs. i TnBp.ne Persons RestoraJ. FUr. KUNB'SGKEAT NERVE RESTORER Mfor all Rrain & Muvi Ijkkasks. Only ttart tcure for Arrt AfCHitns fi's, i7fi, etc. IlNFAMiBtc if tnkfi as dirrercd. Ao Fit after Srfi-sf tiny M use. Treatise and 2 trim! bottle fr- ta it it pstieots, thy rinr eipreit chin pen od boa when I received. fc?n.I iii"nt. i'. O. ami express addrcas of iel to DE. KI,iE. M Arrh rricaafipnta, i-a. fee. lriucista. decl4-tf BINGHAM SCHOOL, with a whole some MO It A L restraint offers the best PHYSICAL, and the best -?I K -Tl, culture, a compulsory Ctirriculuni with Kulorced Study, a reasonable but strict Discipline, and a location entirely tree rom JHALAKIA. No time or money spent attending Agriculi ural I'airs. for catalogue addi'es., .laj. J5. IH.NOIIA.M, Bi ieha'ri S.'Oiool, Orange Co., X. C. i ;v, tf FOR SALE. T KXTY-FIVE LOTS, in the growing t'-wu of Mt. Airy, the terminus of the Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley Iiaurnad. These lots are WELL LOCATED, both for Residence and Pusiness Houses: lying on Main, Franklin and Pine st: eels. For further information address, J. F. V W. A. MOORE, Mt. Airy, N. C. CSMention thia paper. juy6-6m 1 LEA V YTVli, -BY- IVSacRAE. ri.- WAR ;t,ilk TED''' 0 AT. AN' :-:'. tff5.C 3 Hshlmar sim:ss i.arcs Ti; r i of Noi-t h .iiiiUlins, nd is i urn iass liih . i . Page & Aiesulcil WHOLESALE GROOEJtS, Cotton Iealers antl (Jeneral i .m mission 3rerch nits, IS'o. 235 Wilmington St-- I, HALliKill, N. C. In Store and to Arriv l,Oi iiii'hch White Corn, i,MHj .shels hoiee I'red Out. ,j,HH . iisds Choice limothy Ha v. 25,0(K rounds Mill IV.-d and ( hop-, IO,ooo founds Kite Stiau , Uy the B.ig, Ila'.e, Ton or Car Loudon hn est Pustule Alarnins. 2,000 Pounds Prime It io Coffee, too Sacks Iev lrop Flour, SOO Sticks .Mt.srnoUa Flonr, 5.0f'() I i: u ml (Granulated and Vrliow Sugars, 2!,000 l'iiii..h'. II. Sides, 10,000 round- itayned Lard, ,IH) ;al!ons Culia,I'orto Ilieo Mini .ew Oilcans .'.1 olassrs, l?y the Pound, Sack, Box or Parrel at io.-e.-t. Possible prices. Tobaeeo, Snnir, Soap, Starch AS"t - Case Goods Generally i.i 1 .arge or Sm.-iii Iotsat Hock Kotfo' i Pittirea. VAUi: & AKiCNDELL. C r " V ATLANTA, i.. M.M praetic-iil Colleg" South. Life Schol ;,i .-,lii),.,o, which includes Stationary. li.M.ks and 1 Ji)lotiia. lieterences: Messrs. .Iooit Marsh & Co., M. C. Ac J. K. Kiser&Co., At lanta: National P ink and Atlanta Constitu tion. Send for Catalogue. decT- Jm $50( JtEWAI'I) ! We will pay the above reward fr anv cae of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick hetidai .he, iudige; tion, constipation or costiveiicss wis cannot cure with West's v'etablc Live;. Pills, when the direct iot: 3 are f-tilctly (.(im plied with. Thc-y are purely vegetable, and never tail to give t-;Uifa-tion. Large boxe containing sugar coated pills, '"c. For ale by all druggists Heware of counter feits and imitations. The genniiifi manu htciured onlv by JOHN C. WKST A CO wvj W. Madison St., Chicai.'o. III. Sold by .James McKimnion & Co., Deng gists, Laleigh. N. ii. aprJ'-ly" DR..E. 15. KAXlvIX. Ilomoooiiuthic ysicisio, I (Halifax Street, Opposite Cotton Platform.) UA I.KKdl, N. C Special attention paid toail fornsof chron ic disease, diseases of women and children. Patients treated by inaii and visits made to neighboring towns when dsairbd. beptiSi-ly ' r. n r rT! f ' ' Sf If s'J X "" L I t .