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The State Chronicle. RALEIGH, N. O., AUG. 30, 1889. Index to .New Advertisements. Woolleott it Sou New Goods. W. (i. Clements School Notice. I'aion Central Life Ins. Company. C. (i. Stone North State Music Co. .1. A. Vance l'laniiit; Machines, &e. .1. 1'. Monroe School for Medical Stu elltS. KALMCH A NO WAKE NEWS. We call special attention of the friends n!' public schools iu Wake county to the announcement of Mr. V. ii. Clements, Secretary County Hoard of Education, in T his isMie. The net proceeds of the concert given tt:e Oxford orphans here on last Vednesday night amounted to about $30. This is nothiug like the amount due such ;m institution from a place like Raleigh. Persons desiring to pursue a good course in medicine, preparatory to eutering the rgher Universities, can have a most ex ec, lent opportunity of doing so if they will '.ok up the advertisement of Prof. J. 1. Monroe in this issue. It is the intentiou of the authorities at r e penitentiary to burn two and one half i ; 'lions of bi ll k during the current year. 1 Mry got a contract to furnish 750,000 for :iis UticLh cotton factory, and are mak ing other iarge sales. The Executive committee of the Hoard of Trustees of the Agricultural and Me chanical College met here on Friday last. A prospectus was adopted and ordered to tv printed. The Educational Hoards of the different counties were requested to examine applicants for admission at their ti.eetii'g iu September. Mr J. A Vhulv's Four Roller Improved No I , Wood-wui kii.g. 1'laner. Tounging at.d Grovit.g Mac '.nue is to be found agaiu aiiveitised in cur colutm.s. This is a good rnicLine; so prutiouuced by the test mechanics, and every person iu need . : such machinery should write at once to Mr. Vat.ee, who will do all in his power T satisf v vou. It is now stated that the sewer pipe will a'i ! laid by the tirst of November. It i.ardiy skeins possible that it can b-3 put d ' .vii by tbit date, for there is certainly a giva da! to be done. When this is fin ished and our streets finished leiug paved f-ie good people of North Carolina can c -mi' t see a Capital city of which they 1 feci proud. .Mr. John C. Pa'.mcr, familiarly known as --Uncle, lohnnie," who has for 49 years ii en keeping a jewelry store under the Hn.nsui, House has at last been compelled : y oal age to abandon lire's work and spend the remaining years in private life. He is a" o'lJ soldier of the M E. Church in this ;..aee and has for sixty years or more bet:; a member of the same. We take pleasure in calling attention to an old. unquestionable institution with mil lions of assets and in all respects worthy lit' patronage. We are also glad to know of ii.s popularity herein Raleigh and else where iu North Carolina. We refer to the I'lnou Central Life Insurance Co., Ciiey J. Hunter, State Agent, Raleigh, N. C. Mr. II. wants a few gook repre sentatives. See ad. FIKE. The Agricultural itud Mechanical Col lege Damaged. Early Wednesday morning an alarm of lire was given by a citizen living in the western portion of the city. The fire was seen to be the Agricultural aud Mechani cal Col le ire. This made everybody nearly wild. After alarming for some time the Rah-igh Chemical Engine arrived and the :! tmes were quenched. The damage to the College will probably amount to fl, 2"o, covered by insurance. The repairs Ail; be made immediately and the school will in total readiness I er the Fall term, i-.-giiiiiiug ct. :M. Tiie cause of the tire has been decided to have been the work of an ii:c ndiary. Sac ii a p -ivn is too mean a suhject for hanging The meanest man in the world is one who wili slick a torch to an institution built for the benefit of humanity and for t he promotion of our c uiitry in every way. We sincerely hope thai he will be traced up and dealt with to the full extent of the iaw. The Stale Illume AmIiiiii. The directors are to meet September llili to elect a Superintendent, Second Assistant Physician, and probably Matron 'she will, it is staud, resign). Already many aj plicants are out trying for all positions. Among those who are sup posed to be applicants for the Superinten deuey are: Dr. Isaac Taylor, First Assist ant Phvsieian of the Morganton Asylum; Dr. Peter E. Hmes, of Kaleigh; Dr. J. D. Roberts, of Durham; Dr. Haigh, of Fay . rteville; Dr. McDufhe,of Fayetteville; Dr. J. F. Miller, of Goldsboro, and numerous others. There are said to be several for t:;e positiou of Second Assistant Physician but we can learn only two: Dr. J. R. B. Hathaway, Jr., of Edenton, and Dr. Ferre bee, of Camden county. The Chronicle hopes the Directors will put their fingers on the right man. Any of the above mentioned are excellent gentlemen and would fill the place with honor to this great State. The Marriage Rcils A-Risi?ing. In Yancey ville,on last Tuesday night, Mr. Joseph C. Piunix, Jr., a most prom ising vouug lawyer lead to the hymcnial altar "Miss Eugenia Swift, a charming belle of the village. The writer has known the groorn for years. He is a young man of more than ordinary capacity aud one of the brightest legal light of his county. His many friends throughout the State will siuc-jrely congratulate him upon his choice and wish for him and his all the pleasures of life. At Wake Forest, Wednesday of this week, Mr. Richard Battle of Denver, Co!., was united to Miss Belle Wingate in mat rimoiiv by the Rev. Dr. Wm. Royall. They boarded the train for Denver, Col., the home of the groom, passing through this city where they spent a few hours with Mrs. J. N. Holding on South Salis bury street, at which place they were vis ited by a number of friends and acquaint ances. They left late in the afternoon, for their futiinhoine. Mr. Battle is one of the most genial and widely known gentle men iu the Old North State. There is si arcely a hamlet in the State in which .Mrs. Battle is not kindly and pleasantly known; and the numerous friends of the c e.:pie wm unite in one mammoth wish for 'heir welfare and prosperity through out their future life Wanted, lor the ruyetieville Centen nial. The Executive Committee of the Fay etteville Constitutional Centennial desires a picture of ex-Governor Caswell, the first Governor of North Carolina under the Constitution. Anyone having any kind of photograph of this distinguished Caro liuiau will confer a favor upon the citi zens of Fayetteville as well as the whole State by notifying Capt. A. B. Williams, of Fayetteville. 500 Offered for an incurable case of catarrh by the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Remedy. 50 cents, by druggists. Meeting ol the Trustees ol the Iniversity. The Boaid of Trustees of the University met in the Governor's office a few hours ago. As we go to press we learn that Prof. Wm. Cain, a native of Hillsboro and at present Professor of Mathematics in the Military School at Charleston, 8. C, was elected Professor of Mathematics to fill the chair vacated by the death of Prof. Ralph H. Graves. -Merited Praise. Goldsboro Argus. The resignation of Capt. W. A. Darden as State Agent of the Farmers' Alliance,by reason of the position being too onerous for his physical constitution, will be great ly regretted by members of the Abiance everywhere throughout the State. He has been an energetic, efficient officer, and to his eff orts and sagacity is due much of the unprecedented progress and large mead of success the Alliance has met with in this State thus far. . Death, the Reaper, Still is Reaping. In this city, Thursday, Aug. 22d, Mrs. L. B. Phillips in the 4Cth year of her age. Died, at her home, in North Cove, McDowell county, Thursday, Aug. L'lst, Mrs. Wm. Brown, from heart disease. Mrs. Brown was a daughter of Mrs. Theo dore Avery, of McDowell county. In Goldsboro, on Wednesday, Aug. 01st in the C3rd year of her age, Mrs. J no. G. Barnes passed quietly away. She was a noble mother aud devoted Methodist. We extend our sincere sympathy. Mr. H- K. Ken von. Cashier of the bank in Newton, while delirious from ty phoid fevt r, jumped from a second story window in his room about 2 o'clock Tues day morniug and died in about two hours. He had been in the bank last Friday, but was then sick and telegraphed to his brother to come to him. Hickory Press and Carolinian. In Greensboro, August 2tth, Major Roger P. Atkinson died of dropsy cf the heart. He was born at Oxford in 1828. and was iu his 61st year. Major Atkiu son is a man whom all revere as an amia ble, kindly disposed gentleman, one to whom the State owes ini.c'i. He has built the greater portion of our railroads and we sincerely regret that we are called upon to announce his taking away. His many friends throughout the South will receive a severe shock at the reception of this intelligence. At his home in Asheville, N. C, Thursday, Aug. 22d, Montroville Patton. 'Tis with the profoundest regret that we announce the death of this i.ood man. Mr. Patton was eighty-three years of age, and during his life-time had been honored by the peopie with many pxitions of con fidence and trust, all of which he filled with the strictest fidelity, honor and ac ceptability. A member of both branches of the General Assembly, Clerk of the Iuferio" Court of Buncombe county, he performed his duties with ability. Pos sessed of a truly philanthropic and benev olent nature, the poor or unfortunate never appealed to Montroville Patton in vain. He always heard their cries and cheerfully relieved their distress. A friend indeed was this good man to these people, anil great is their loss in his death. Niagara Falls in Art. The Michigan Central. "The Niagara Falls Route," has published a remarkably line reproduction of Graham's water-color of Niagara Falls. A limited number will be furnished the public at 50 cents each, which is much less than their commercial or artistic value, but not more than two copies will be scut to any one address. Seud postal note or money order for the amount to ). W. Buggies, General Passen ger aud Ticket Agent, Chicago, 111. The .Negro Issue. i.Chicago Herald. ) The Republican brethren have now giv en one or two objectionable negroes one or two post offices iu conspicuous South ern cities, thus arousing the protests of the white people and distracting public attention from the otherwise total Repub lican abandonment of the black man. The noise is adequate. Tne se nsation, politi cally, is the s nsation of negro suprema cy."1 But the pix)r negro is not supreme Tlie same Republicans who are so full ol glee over the coup at Atlanta are kicking negroes off the steps of the Chicago post office. The same Northern reconst rue-tor who flies the 1oodv .shirt year in and year out compels the negro to go a mile for a meal iu a Chicago restaurant. The .Modern I'topia. Washington Gazette. The railroad from Wiiliaruston to Ply mouth has been completed seven miles. About twenty five cur are engaged in its Construction. The contractor's private car is a curiosity. It is a little palace it self, having parlor furnished with an or gan aud all the paraphernalia that go to make up a beautiful home. To add to his happiness his family accompany him. Another arrangement for convenience in the construction of the car is a pig pen and chicken coop underneath. A (ood Democmt. Mr. J. D White, the newly appointed Republican postmaster at , Greensloro took charge last Thursday. Upon the retir ment of Mr. G. H. Gregory the North State, a Republican paper, says: Mr. (iregory retires with the best wish es of all. He has been a faithful, untir ing and accommodating officer. Having served out his four years he seems not un happy about taking off the harness. The office force remains the same. For constipation, "liver complaint," or billiousness, sick headache, and all dis eases arising from a disordered condition of the liver and stomach, take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets a gentle laxa tive or active cathartic, according to size of dose. . Indications are that there will be one of the grandest displays of militia ever seen in time of peace in this State at the Fayetteville Centennial. Troops from various Southern States will be present in great numbers. Gen. Hob. Vance Doing Good. Greensboro North State. Gen. Bob Vance is delivering a lecture throughout the mountains entitled "The Liquor Traffic a Hindrance to the Spread of the Gospel." We have said that the General has an eye on going back to Congress. We take it all back. HOWS THIS! We effer One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Hall's Batarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all busiui ss transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Waldinc, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. E. II. Van Hoesen, Cashier, Toledo Nat ional Bank, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Wade Harris Takes the Cake. (Charlotte News.) The News has been very cautious about snake stories all summer, but it has one now that will pass. Mr. J. H. Tolar, who has just returned from the eastern part of the State, is responsible for the whole thing. While down there he killed a wa ter moccasin that had 35 young moccasins in her nest. One of the young moccasins lifted up its neck and shook a pair of heads and parted out two-forked tongues at Mr. Tolar. He caught the reptile and brought it home, where it is now to be seen at Hales it Tolar's jewelry store. Both heads are perfectly well developed and it reminds one of an incipient hydra-headed monster like the pictures seen on patent medicine bottles. Kuchlen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, aud all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per v. For sale by Lee. Johnson fc Co. NEW A I V E RTIS E .M E N TS. Absolutely Pure. This Powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and can not be sold iu competition with the multi tude of low test, short weight alum or phos phate powders. Sold onlv in cans. Koyal Raking Powder Co., 1 Oft Wail St.. N. V. gCIIOOI. NOTICE. The Wake County Board of Education will appoint School Committeemen forthe various Districts on the first .Monday iu September. W. G. CI. EM KNITS, aug:!0 It Sec. Co. Hoard of Education. w 7" A N'T ED. A middle aged gentleman, wit li eight years experience iu teaching, desires a situ.it ion. as teacher in a locality where a permanent school can lie established. Best references given Apply at once to W.' aug2-lm Wilson. N. C. INITI ATION W ANTED. A young Lady of some experience wants a situation as teacher in the primry de partment of some school. For particulars;, address Hox N'o. 20, aug2 1 in Fayetteville, N. C. WANTED ! l .(MM) can be made iu six months selling TTNISON'S new and superior ATLAS. MAPS and CHARTS. Salesmen wanted. For particulars address II. C. TI'NISON. augy-3m Atlanta, Ga. PREPARATORY SCHUU Ft K MEDICAL STI DEVI S, i DAVIDSON ( (ll.l.KCf, N. C. j Four instructors. E;r.i:ment complete. I Course thorough. Cultivated society. Terms j reasonable. Full ( rs- of dissect h m. Fourth Session opens September Kith. P-v For Catalogue, address .1. I. .M(N ROE, 31. I., aug:!o-tf Principal. csjflrJ w.-rv fs -j.ir a v wxl . iiiiiiiiiiii """"O'C forBiiious k liver Coin plaints j jiiiiiiiiiinieiiiiiiiiMiniiiiiiiirw ARB THE OLDEST FAMILY STANDARD. A Purely Vegrible Compound, without mercury or o'her injuriou; mineral. Snfe and sure alwav. For sale bv all 1 n:t;ists. Full printed directions for tisinjj with each ?ack.ige. Or. Schenek's new book on The -ungs. Liver and Stomach sent frfk. Ad dress Dr. J. Il.Schenek & Son. Philadelphia. Woollcott $ Son, 14 East Martin St. FOll KAKLY FALL T 1 1 A I K Canton; ceannfi,, t',;, s;:;. in and cents per yard. NEW PRINTS, GINGHAMS, DRESS GOODS, SATEENS. Our stock of SHOES for CHILDREN consists of all si.es and qualities, and are cheap and good. RUBBER SHOES. We have an Immense Bargain in PANT CLOTH. Aew Styles in Ladies find Misses II ATS, 1 Ladies and Misses CNDKRWEAR, 'Si and 50 cents a piece. All the New Shades in EIIiBOX. G REAT It A K(i A I NS iu Men and Hoys Clothing. SOU Men and JBoys s, 35 and 50c. COO Boys Caps, lOc Each. jairi-tf X. A. SINCLAIR, Attorney-at-Lav FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Practice in all the Courts. Prompt col lections and immediate remittances. juy!3-ly flip NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THR Union Central Life Ins. Co., OA KEY J. HUNTER, - Statk Ai.knt, RALEIGH, N. C, Issues Endowment (due you during life) In surance at Life (due only at denth) Kates, besides all the regular Life and Endowment Plans. The Union Central realizes the Highest Interest and Lowest Death It ate of any Company. The Interest Income has paid all Policies that have fallen due from Deatli or Endow ment, ad Taxes for ten UOMears, and left us over 1 N5.000 besides. The Union Central is making wonderful gains (only three Companies contiuing their work to tiie I. S. wrote as mu h as she did iu'sTand 'ss.) she is very popular here, having many large Policies among oui lead ing citizens. Write me, stating age, if you are thinking of insuring. Good agents wanted. Easy to work. CAUEY '.I. IH .NTEK, State Ast., aug:iO-lm Kaleigh, N. C. Davidson College, MKCKI.ENBI R; CO., N. C. Seplemher 12, I8k, to June 1 is.M. J. M. Siikauki:, H I)., LL. I)., President and Professor of Biblical Instruction A: .Moral Philosophy. W. .T. M.MM IN, LL. 1) , Vice President and Professor of Chemistry. W. I). Vinson, M. A., Professor of Mathe matics. W. S. ( in.WKs, M. A., Puit'essor of I, at in and French. W. S. Cl liliK.I.L, Ph. 1)., Professor of En glish. 1. L. Smith, A. M., Professor of Natural Philosophy. C. K. 1 1 i:iu so, Ph I)., Professor of (J reek aud German. Tutor ot Mathematics. The Master's Course, The Hachelor's Course, Tin1 Science Course, Electric Courses, Untitles Courses. For Degree Courses the stmiies of the Freli n ia n an 1 Sophomore classes are pie scribed, and tie- -t.iili -s of the .1 unior and Senior classes aie elective. For E'ectncatid Bt.siness courses all t he studiesu e elective. St mlies in English, in Science and in the B'hle are given due proininei ce For a Catalogue, address the President. aug2-t5t I MINI'11'11111'11 ItlTttl'llll IfJ. I V i3 ForBihous kLivcrCoinplair.ts J vyjiMimiiinnniinninm,.iinin j ARE THE OLDEST FAMILY STANDARD. A Pnrrlv W-t.i!-'.' Compound, without tnt-rcurv or otVr ur'sn- w mi: era!. Sate and s.;rc .i'.-.v.ivs. For s.iie bv a'l I ri!ggists. Full pr.nte 1 d:r"Ct!-Tis f r :-:r.ij with e.ich pi. k;-f IV. S, le-riv k's new book on The 1 .'.1 :!;.;. Liver ni l Stom:rh SKNT VRFF.. Ad druas Dr. J. U.S.. hemic St.n Philadelphia, marl-tf A HOME INDUSTRY Chairs, Chairs, Chairs! I ani manufacturing Two Styles of Ilome 3Imle Chairs, a KOCKKKao ! DINING or SlTTSNi; KOOM CHAlli. They are made of Pi-jlar, ( )ak, Hiekory and Maple; bot tomed with Rattan. For Neatness and Durability I guarantee them not to be ex celled by any Chair now on the market. 1 desire to place these Chairs among the Merchants throughout the State. I will be glad to respond to all communications giv ing prices per dozen, or any (juantity want ed. A. E. CM'EL, Proprietor, Albert -i Chair Works, l.'umseur, Randolph Co., N. C I-T.Mentn-ii this paper. may'it-ly CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS - RED CROSS DIAMOND BRAN 6 f- . , iifc at, 1 atavk r"lidi. 1.iifllr.j I Vj H it i'rui-- for 'inmen i i-t n.d ? r.-.l, I..--: 'lb . - al- t w.Th V - Xf(. r- 'it- r.Mii. 'I Hke tto otlier. All f S, pill itt pt-t)'M boie-. with pink r; fjz j -:'s are luii-ru ount-rf-ltn. i -l: - i :ti - b r t irt I-' ..a: nn-'Ui.i ff a;. l -fllt f for I.MlIU 'l Irtter, I. K return mull. .Vuw i'trr i i bi U-st-r i In Hi'l Hatiiuu Sp, 1'hila., li augl SHOUT LINE HOI TE To TIIK - XOKTII AM) Y KST. Il vou are ;. .:! em pi. t he Nort h or N ort h ( 'iuein nar', : tnil'on 1 )i reel Line f r. mi Cim- l' ing a trip or move tj vest take the ( ; rear .V Dayton K. H., the ;i nat i to I )-t roit . and t ne Nort hern Lake Country, a delight Mil SMitoiner Touri-t Loeality. Chicago. St. Louis aud all i'rincipa! l'omt in the West and Nort h u e-f reael.e 1 by its eonnectioiis Klegant HutlVt Sleeping Coaches are run on n'g'iT. train-; and Chair Cars on day trains, the "V:ir Hoimtl '' Through cars are run t o al 1 ot the above named points and quick time is insured to those who choose this road, which is justly styled the "( )1 i Reliable " For fo'ders, maps and all inform ition, ad dress Win. V. v iu ins. Southern Passen ger Ageur, at Tin t r auooga. or E. O. Jlc :ormiek. (ien'l Pass anil Ticket Agent, at Cincinnati, (liiio. auglO-tf MAGNETO - ELECTRO CIRCLET. i'iily r..l.i'v,'i, lnu iMTiiiiinontl j 'iir-B Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood, and all Sexual Weaknesses. "WpISis only on. .. : ra-v- am! cini I'.ntHl.U, ti war ; with ncjik hi;1 ii'j-k hum iiiimi itsr.-ii:: iu i ni.ji.ir iy ilrMil.i s.Mlcl ..irt,..,inr I J57 iCru.-!tvtli. (l'.O.Itux Kaj. -M l in k. augU-1 y Sale of Valuable Lands AND PERSONA "L PROPERTY In Bladen County by Public Auction. ( )n Wednesday, the 1st day of January, lNiio, I will expose for sale by auction, for Cash, 5, (MM) acres of valuable farm lands situated on the Cape Fear river, near Kli.a bethtown, in Bladen county, N. C , together vviih personal property, consisting of horses, mules, cows, hoi;s, wagons, carts, farming uten-i!s, household and kitchen furniture, Jtc. Above lands will lie sold in tracts of from 5( to 5(M acn s, on several tracts of which are good farms. The sale will be made by the und'-rsigr ed as Assignee of John A. McDowell forthe benelit of creditors. C. M. Me EE A IV, jii!il-mo Assignee. HOW TO MAKE Man 'im.'n with fnlr ftivr rc d''t1r,'iit "H h-autv r.wiiij to uiltlf-v-IimI 11 ic r-. flat lut, etc. Mhi' ti an r"tneii.i i.v uhiii; ADIPOMALENE. It i-i initt'ifd'- to frivt a fu.! Mrj'tiii iu an ad vert Kfinnt. Stu 1 ftf. in nt:nii)4 lor a d'-'ri ti w cir cular, aud rvi v. i; j nt ,' a Motio piah. with t': ninn : cnlt. by return mml. uhl hy Aintagintn. 1.. K. MAUMI .V C O.. Kaitf Mudlnoo ty., l'hUuda., l'u- J. I.. PATTERSON, Attorney & Counselor at Law, WINSTON, N. C. Special attention given to the Collection of Claims. Practices in all the Courts. jun2S-12m CwOMANJ tBEAUTIFUlj fkJJ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. rpUINITY COLLEtiE. Entrance Examinations Sept inland 4th. Recitations and Lectures begin promptly Sept. rth. Send for new Catalogue at once to JOHN I'. CKOW 'ELI., I'res., jun2S-2m Trinity College, N. C. Raleigh Male Academy. Twelfth annual Session opens September 2nd. Boys prepared for college or business. For Catalogues or information, address the Principals. auglo-lm MORSON V DE.NSON. ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, RALEIGH, N. C. TIIE ADVENT TERM, THE 95TII SEMI-ANNUAL SESSION, RKGINS TIU'RSDAV, SEPTEM BER rrrn. ihh. For Catalogue, address the Rector, REV. BENNETT SMEDES, A. M. jania-t.f Littleton Female College, Located in a Remarkably Healthful Section ot Country. Camiu s I.augkani) Keai tiu li.y Shaded. COU.KGK HL'II.DINt; to be thoroughly renovated and additions made during the Summer. A strong Faculty has been en gaged and instruction will tie given in all branches usually taught in Female Colle ges I-?The next Session will begin on M etl nesilay, September Ith, 185). For fur ther information, address Itn. J. ,M. RHODES, l'res., mayl7-tf Littleton, N. C. TIlOMASVIl.I.E FEMAlE college. The :J3rd Session will o;ien MoikIhv, Sep tember tind. A sutli-:ieut number of compe tent teachers, specially prepared for their several depart merits, employing the best modern n. el bods and of suecesstul experi ence, have been secured. The record of the school from Is, 1 to ls.-, is su'liclent guarantee that no effort will be spared to secure the health, comfort, pro gress and scholarship ot t he pupils. I con fidently refer to my former patrons and pu pils. II. V. REIN 11 ART, aug'.Mm l'resideut. Peace Institute, Kaleigh, X. C. The I'all Term Commences in tin- I'iiM V Cdnelay ( 1th Day) ol Septem ber. ISK'J, Full Knglish course with unsurpassed ad vantages for instructions in Music, Art and Modern Languages, Commercial course in cluding Typewriting, Book keeping and Stenography. All depart meuts of instruction filled by accomplished and exper'enced teacher-. For Cire.i' ir and Catalogue containing tuo particulars as to course of instruction, terms, A.e . address. Rev. R. Ill HHU.I.A SON, juyl-2-tf Kaieigh, N. C. Statesville College STATESVIIiLi:. X. C. Tin-Seven 1 h Year Hi siiii' Sepiemlier llh, I msJ, aud r-lids J line i t h , I M0. Kaeh year adds to the pernutl.eucy ..'''i use fulness of this school. The Instruction is Thorough in Kvervlh part tiit-nt. Mid the Terms Moderate. Jf"Send for Catalogue. Mr. FANNIE EVEK1TT ALTON, IMiiuip.il. auv'.'-lm ITS STOPPED FREE MirrrUtus Sucrrts. Tneana Pfiraona Restore.?. Dr. KLINE'S GREAT NERVE RESTORER mfor ail TiKAiir it nervb Ihriasks. thtiy ure Irwe or Arrt'e AJjtettonn, tttst -.piifT'f. IImfai MBX.K if takeu u. directed. fit auer first tiau u.v. Treatise nd $2 trial bottle f.ee to Fit pfttieuta, trter paying- eipresa charge on box whrn received. tend names, t. O. and tiprt-a artdrci of ctad to DR. KMNK. H.Tt Arrh M., Phi iadlplna. Pa. b.eljrurrtit. &EWAR&OJC2MIIAUSG tkAUDS. ilecl4-tf HOME 1 EltTtl.IZEIl, Cheapest and Rest Wheat I'ertili.er in the .Market. CAN BK MIXKI) AND I'SF.I) IT' K) DAY OF PIjANTI NtJ. Oi l) Town, Md , Aug. 1st, iss?. Mi:ss. Rovkin, CiUMEU Co., Balio., .Mi. (Ii:ntlkmkn: T have sidd your "Home Fertilizer" tor several years, and tind it gives entire satisi action wherever used. I have used it nvself 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 Darke, 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 tili.er can be induced to buy tiie "Home," as it will save them much money, I remain, Yours respectfully, JNO. YV." CAKDKR. Mr. W. H. Cacklky, of Dunniore, V.Va., in oideringsome "Home Fertilizer" fur his own use, writes under date July 31, lsss: "On a 1 7-1:2 acre lot, by drill measureiiient, I threshed t;5 bushels of wheat, a fraction over 41 bushels to the acre. This piece of ground had been limed ;! yeirs b( fore heav ily, aud had tieen 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." J3?Send for Pamphlet tcivinsr price, di rections for mixing and certificates from leading farmers in several States. BOYKIN, CAK3IER & CO., Nos. 11 and 13 North Liberty Street, BALTIMORE, 311). 55 Also Sole Proprietors of 44 CERE A LITE," for Top-dressing and increasing the yield of all crops. feba-tf r u pant.y The Fidelity Mutual Life As ociation, '.III Walnut St., Philadelphia, ln. This Company was incorporated in 1K78; has a cash surplus of over (, Ml; its as sets exceed its liabilities seven times; it has nearly '..), OOO.OOO insurance in force, and has paid nearlv l ,000,000 in death claims. During INHN the Fidelity increased its in vested assets r:t jar cent, and the number of policies m force '.H per cent. The Fidelity is not the oldest, nor is it ttie largest Insurance Company iu tiie world, but it is unouestionably the stroe gest. Xo company of which we have knowledge, whether toreign or domestic, can compare wit ii it in resource s and enduring powers. Its plan conforms, lo well est ibli-lied insur ance principles, a"d cures all t:.e weak )omts ot th old lice svstem ot insurance. 1,. (i. Fol-sK, 1 'resident . A i: ritri: Thai- kk. Treasiiiel W. S '.iMl'i'.KI.L, Sec'y Solicitor. John A '.ss, Snpt. of Agents. "V.uentM w arded throughout the State. A -dress', A. E. S. LIMISEY, lipneral Agent for North Carolina, i. . it o25, ;oidsioio. n.:. aug:i-tf FOR 30 DAYS. INVENTORY COMPLETE. For the iast tvt weeks we have hetMi ineasiiriii and tajjriti"; all jootls Cor ear Semi-annual Inventory. The inventory is now complete ami we will, FOR 30 DAYS, oiler many broken lots ol jjoods at less than the goods cost in Xtw York. Our Fall and Winter goods have al ready been purchased for several depart ment and are arriving. Therefore we are compelled to force a clean sweep to make room. Any housekeeper can save money by attending this Special Sale as mniiv seastniitble goo. 5s will be sold :.! a gieat s;M.i--j-.,... T wen f -si .V i n'h 1 1 I .sixS Si I er (..'a p V m bre' las at onlv trie; &.' iiit-h (oll and ilcr Cap at only 81.00. i'ov.els, l"i inches mg aiul IS iiiclitsvile,iit 4 1 1 1-t ecu I s each. Many her lines tif goods correspondingly low a 1 XOIl'RIS fc CAil i ER S, ( anil "iOM fayetteville SI., iali".- ly llah-i-.rh. N". C LMi'oin an r TO Magistrates, f'oiititv Odii-ers, Lawyers ami Itusiness .Men. NOW READY! Till: XUtTII CAROLINA Manual of Law and Forms. TH'r: LATEST AND l'.F.ST : AM the rnrirts and C'linncev, 1 nc I nl iug those Passed bv the Legislature ot IKS'.I. Coi.. Wai.tki: Ci.auk, author of "Clark's Code of Civil Procedure," "Overruled Cases," ire, writes: I have examined with much care anil in terest The North Carolina J a nil a I o I Law and Forms, ly Messrs. .Ionks and 1 1 !.!- 1N". The rk has been compiled with threat care and iahor. It is well lesitrued and well executed. .Ins' ices of the Peace, County Itticers, I.awjersand liusiness Men will tind it in a compiled form, ready to hand, n ch servtceahle information that cannot he found anywhere else w itiiout con siilerahle lahor and research. It is a most excellent work and snould command a lare sale. M. Ii. liAliCKK. ); (, , o:;eot the leading .Tus tices ot the 1 'eaee iu N'oi t h ( 'arolina, says: 1 tin 1 in The oith Carolina .Manual of Law ami l'irina work more thoroutrhly adapted to the needs of Justifies of t he Peace, to L;ii:de them in thir otlicial duties, than fuiy work yet sen iy me. I take pleasure iu recommending it to the Magistrates of the isiate. C. I). I'l'cin Kf.n.t'lerk oft he Superior Court of Wake county, writes: The .North Carolina Manual of Law and Forms, hy Messrs. Jonks and Hold ing, has been closely examined by me. In it are more statutes, forms and decisions re lating to the duties of County Olhcers, and especially to Clerks of the Superior Courts, than I have been able to tind in any other book. No County Ollicer ouht to be with out such an excellent aid. I. A. Mi la iilsoN, Ksij , of Dunn, X. C, says: "It is the best form book for North Caro lina Dawyers, Justices of the Peace, busi ness Men, iu.. that I have ever seen." The Cleat North Carolina II and Hook. O.N L V S i.OO. Sent Postage Prepaid on Receipt ol Price Edwards & Iironghtoii, Publishers, Raleigh, X. C. l.MI' 1ST RATO R'S A O ITC E. Having taker out Letters of Administra tion, with the will annexed, upon the Estate of Mrs. K. C. Katman, deceased, this is to notify all persons having claims against the decedant to present them to me on or before August 1.1th, lsyo. All persons indebted to the said decedent will make immediate pay ment to me. Kaleigh, X. C, Aug. 15, l$s.. ANDREW SV.ME, Adm'r c. t. a. of Mrs. K. C. Katuiau. auglO-tiw Oak Ridge Institute and Business College, ESTABLISHED JN 185:2 loth Year Under Same Management. Students Last Year ,,,,es'!Mh"KKrl? ,V""V":" I-iiriiishel Society IlalU. IMeaai.t and e.m.lortal.lV STITV HALLS. Situated near Greensboro in one of the most healthful and delimit ful port ions of the Piedmont country. Full view of the mountains. This Institution is patroni -ed hs the most prominent members of Congress, Clergymen, Lawyers, Merchants, Maniilac" 'urers, Teachers, Physicians and Farmers iu this and adjoining States. Full corps of Teachers. Full course of Instruction, preparing for advanced cl is( ' Coi.le;k and for Teaciii(; and Pi siness. "No time thrown away at Agricultnra rairs. ' Can pive as references some of the most prominent men of the State who have patronized the school. For Heautiful Illustrated Catalogue, Circulars and specimens of Penmanship, address J. A. & M. I. HOLT, u"' 1,no k kiim.i:, . . North State Music Company, C. G. STONE BEST PIANOS, EVEII SOLD AMD 0B6MS. l-il" Address us for Catalogues, Price.-, or any other information. Sales made satisfactory by c irrespondcnco or otherwise. augr:o-tf FOR A FEW DAYS LONGER, AT THE DKY GOoIhS liOl SK OF Ladies Can Find Elegant A AVell 3Ianagel MILLINKUV DKI'AIITJIKXT, anl a Nice Ehie lrints, Lawns, isightims, Saleen, Sr. A, NO. 1 BARGAINS in Trunks, Valises, Clothing, Hats and Shoes t list 1 can'l be beat. Everything ami anything necer-sary I'or 'IV.slcaiul Comfort in Dressing. Call early and get the benelit ol' COST PRICES at RUglW-tf Louisburg Female College, lrol"essor of Music and Full Corps of' Teachers. The next Annual Session wMl begin Weil neiln y, Septeinhcr 1 1 Ii . I ('olleiat course, including Iatin, with boanl, washing, t uel and lights, :''f,.lHi per m-.mou of t wen' y weeks. F.xtra branches at reasonable rates. 1 joeat ion heal ill ul ; at -r excel lent . 4f 'h'or Catalogue and particulars, address S. I). KAfil.KY, A. M , I 'UK.-ioK.vr. aug'.t-tf I .u a i c . N.'. CORPUS LEAN -..I.". I'.'.llu., mtuZ ang'i; eow :'.m Ho ! for Liberty ! ! IF YOU WANT- G A RDEN S KE D . THAT WILL SI Ri: TO COME UP, BUY OF A. W. GOODWIN fc CO., Dealers in all First Class DRUGS, Patent Medicines, &c Cigars, Cigarettes, and Tobaccos, a Specialty. eb23-t Cor. FHyetteville soioo-vs in ... Manager. LINK OF Kir.iiicii A liach, s;m i:i:so n, s ti-:i. a v. Iv I m i; A I,,. AT LoUT.!: I'iUCKS. aiilij:i:, K! ALL. C. . STONE, Mana-er, 1? aleijIi, ;. V. Swiss Financings at :."( Up, W. ii. SKPAKK'S, IC IlaiL-ett and 'ills ilaiin: ton St. si ;S Tk&, -i-. :' Is ii siiuri i' ol Sl altli and i;nr. Itsul V a'er i- n I'lolllle Source ol IIIm use itinl Oe.'lili. The.Gate Ciiy Stone Filler, Runs its Water t h ruir h a N a I u i a I St on.- and cntlei s il I'iim- mill II ea ! t Ii f ii I . jSfKKNl) KOK I'itM'K 1ST. Corres)ondeiice So licitefl. Address, w. il iuk;iii:s, Deali'i' in China, Glass-Ware, .Vc, RAI.LK.II, n. e. W. II. III'CIILS kee(;s a h.-ge st..( k ..f all kitels ot Honse-Kurnishing ;oou.-. Ice 'retn l-'re !- ami lie frigerators a Specialty mas-, l iw E30LuIELY HAt: WLESS. .Xg-jL I . i r-.,, l,j :i !ruttSl-!- and Market Streets.