The State Chronicle
RALEIGH, N. C.,.
. AUG. 30, 1889.
.Tes turn le back loe: ober dar an' pull
your stools up nigher,
An' watch dat "possum cookin' in de skillet
by de tire:
Lemme spread my legs out on de bricks to
make my feelin's tlow.
Air I'll yrin' you out a fac' or two, to take
befo' you po.
Now, in dese busy wukin' days.dey's chang
ed de Seripter fashions.
An' you needn't look to mirakuls to furnish
" von wid rations:
Now. when you's wantin' loaves o' bread,
vou trot to co an' fetch 'em,
An ei you's wantin' fishes, you mus' dig
your wiims an' ketch 'em.
For you kin put it down as sartin dat de
" time is luuji tone by,
When sassapes an' taters use to rain frum
out de sky!
Et you think about it keerfully, and put it
to tlie tes',
You'll diskivir dat de safes' plan is siin ully
El' you stumble on a hornets'-nes' and make
de critters scatter.
You ueed't stan' dar like a fool an' argerfy
An' when de yaller fever comes an' settles
'Tis better dan de karanteen to shuffle out
Dar's heap o' dreadful music in de very
A ripe an mellow apple may be rotten in
IV wises' lookiu trabeler may be de bigges'
Dar's a lot o' solid kickin' in de humbles'
kind o' mule;
I V preacher aint de holies' dat w'ars de
An' does de loudes' bangin' on de kiver of
De people pays deir bigges' bills in buyin'
lots au' lan's:
Dey scatter all deir picayunes aroun' de
De twenties an' de fifties goes in payin' orf
Hut Ilebenan' de organ-grinder gits de cop
I nebber likes de cullud man dat thinks too
much o' eaten:
Dat frolics f roo de wukin' days, and snoozes
at de met-tin':
Dat jines de Temp'rauce 'Ciety, an' keeps a
An' pulls his water-millions in de middle ob
Dese milerterry nigger chaps, with muskets
in deir ban's.
Perradin' froo de city to tie music ob de
Had better drop deir gun-: an' go to marchin'
wid deir noes
An' git an honest libbin' as dey chop de
Or de State may put 'em arter while to
drulin in de ditches,
id more n a suigle stripe a-running cross
Well, you think dat doin' nuffin' 'tall is
mighty sot an nice.
IJut it busted up de renters in de lubly par
You see, dey bofe was human bein's, jes'
like me an you,
An' dey couldn't reggerlate derselves wid
not a thing to do:
Wid plenty wuk befo' 'em, an' a cotton crop
Dey'd nebber thought o' loafin' 'roun' an
ehattiu' wid de snake.
Brown has a home lull of girls and boys,
Rosy and healthy and full of noise.
They are sprightly at work and bright at
And are noted for smartness and wit and
Brown is healthy, his wife is fair.
And their faces are free from wrinkles of
They spend no money for powders and
And never a dollor for doctor's bills.
The reason is that thev begin in the
ritr'nt place. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery, by keeping the springs of life
pure, the blood free from impurities,
wards oil" all those diseases which spring
Irom bad blood. Ihe use of the -'Discovery"
prevents liver and kidney troubles.
dvMiensia, consumption or lung scrofula,
.-tomiich and bowel troubles, and forestalls
the beginning of disease. That is why
the Drowns are so healthy. It is also
i. taranteed to cure these ailments if ta
ken in time and given a fair trial, or
money paid for it will be refunded.
At Mo re head City.
W. II. Blount in Wilson Mirror.
He Vhy, it is growing quite dark. You
can hardly distinguish people at the hotel.
She And rather cool, too. I ought to
have something round me.
He (with a familiar movement of his
arm) That's so!
An old physician, retired from prac
tice, having had placed in his hands by
an East India missionary the formula of
a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy
and permanent cure or Consumption,
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all throat
and Lung Affections, also a positive and
radical cure for Nervous Debility and all
Nervous Complaints, after having tested
its wonderful curative powers in thousands
of cases, has felt it his duty to make it
known to his suffering fellows. Actuated
by this motive and a desire to relieve hu
man suffering, I will send free of charge,
to all who desire it, this recipe, in Ger
man, French or English, with full direc
tions for preparing and using. Sent by
mail by addressing with stamp, naming
this paper, W. A. Noyes, 149 Power's Block,
Rochester, Y. dec28-eow2Ct
Men are never so likely to settle a ques
tion rightly as when they discuss it freely.
Samaritan Nervine, the great nerve
conqueror, is guaranteed to give satisfac
tion, or money refunded.
Leading physicians, eminent divines
every one who tries it, endorses Samari
tan Nervine. At Druggists, if 1.50, or
4 for $.".
'Has cured several cases hereof Paral
ysis, Kidney Disease, Chills and Fever,
Epik'iy and Spasms.
MKS. M. E. MARSH,
I'.utlerviile, Lonoke Co., Ark.
tO ..! a:
( i !Mi-'i- i
biood p' i -scientific
utat ion as
1 ' may b, searched from
i i:o icme.iv equal to B. K
i'd Ud.iii tor the cure of
m. It is a remedy founded on
udival knowledge, and its rep
a curative established by such
unsolicited testimony as are
our columns from time
The good Samaritan helps the unfortn
iritv w l.M'rr without asking him how he
it- d- v-Ve. - Cviiturv.
'-, 11 1'its stopped free by Ir. Kline's
.t m- Ilc-iorer. No fits after first
M.-.rv Hons euros. Treatise and
'.lis free to Fir. Cases. Send to
... IK-.; Aich St., I'hila., Pa. dec 14
M Kli TISKM KM Ts
. l JJN . rA.- 1 f.c
i--.ii v l i K-,
From any kind of small picture made, and
submitted subject to approval.
B39 Prices from flO.OO tip. For full par
ORIN T. THOMAS, Artist,
46 West 23rd St., N. Y.,
Grand Conservatory of Music Building.
SCHOOLS AM) colleges.
BEWARE! BE PRUDENT
When the proprietors of a b!o;l remedy tell you
that iodide f pot.ish is a p..is.m simply L cause
their opponents use it, th.-ir assertion-; r.ie made tc
deceive, and our use of 1-0 bottles of. iueit stuff
their object. Iodide of potash is as essential to a
trut; blood ren-'dy, as pure biuud is essential to good
health. No remedy has proen
QUICK CURE f1' safe.suic and olick
an eradicator of mercurial
syphilitic, scrofulous, malarial or other poison, for
eign to health, that gets into bone an i blood, when
all else fails as Ii. B. 1$. Send to blood Iialni Co..
Atlanta, Ga., for illustrated "Hook of Wonders,"
filled with convincing proof of OL'ICK. CU Rlii of
seemingly incurable cases.
A. F. Kritton, Jackson, Tenn., vites : "I con
tracted malaria in the swamps of Louisiana while
working for the telegraph company, and used every
kind of medicine 1 could hear of without relief. I at
last succeeded in breaking the fever
POISON but lt co?t nie over f llA'-0o and then
my system was prostrated and satu
rated with poison and I became almost helpless. 1
finally came here, n.y mouth so filled with sores
that I could s. ar.e'.y eat, and my tongue raw and
filled with little knots. Various ren.evlk-s were re
sorted to with. a. t e iect. I bought two bottles of P..
B. 13. and it has cured and sfensthened me. All
sores of my mouth are healed and ir.y tongueentire
ly clear of knots and soreness, and 1 feel like a new
K R. Saulter, Athens, Ga, writes : "1 have been
afflicted with Catarrh for many years, although all
sorts of medicines and several doct rs did their best
to cure me. My blood was very imp-use. and noth
ing ever had ar.v eneit upon the
CATARRH dise until I used th.,t great
Blood Remedy known as B. B.
B., a few bottles of which effected an entire cure. I
recommt-nd it to all who have Catarrh. I refer to
any merchant or banker of Athens, Ga., and will
reply to any inquiries."
Benj. Morris, Atlanta, Ga, writes : "I had nb
appetite, my kidneys felt
SORE TONSILS sore, my throat was ulcerat
ed and my breast a mass of
running sores. Seven bottles of li. B. B., entirely
carad me." (7)
Pick Headache and relieve all the troubles; inel
dent to a bilious state of the s stein, such ns
l'iziness. Nausea. I 'row siness." lusrress after
eating, I'ain in the Side, Ac. Wlule their most
remarkable success has been show n ill curing
Headache, yc-t Carter's Little Liver TMt.I-s
are equally valuable in Constipation, curing
and preventing this annoying ci'inplaiut. w hile
they also com-et all disorders of the stomach,
stimulate the liver and regulatu Uio bowels.
Even if they only cured
Aehf thoy would be almost priceless to thopo
who suiter from thi tiistres.sing complaint:
but fortunately their gotnliu-ss does not en. I
here, an-1 those who once try them will find
these little pills valuable in so inanv ways that
they will not be willing to do witbout them.
But after all sick head
is the bano of so many lives that here i-5 w-her
we make our great "boast. Our pills cure it
while others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Fills ar very sma'l
and very easy to take. me or two pills mak
a .lose. They are strictly vegetable and do
not gripe or purge, but by" their g.-ntlo aeti'-u
please all who use them. In vials at -J" cents;
five for SI. .Sold everywhere, or sent by mail.
castes ii;::nrs i;5w
Snail POL UB
A SPECIFIC FOR
CONVULSIONS, FALLING SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DANCE, ALCHCHDLISM,
OPIUM EATING, SYPHILLIS,
SCROFULA, KIKCS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, D YSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
5P1.E0 t:r t:ttl3. a. ii--zz'--K-'..
DR.S. A. RICHMOND NERVINE CO.
sx. jii:iir, yto.
TRIAL itOTTLK FHEK.
To decline takinr a f-nrn remedy when si'lc,
is to court FutTerimr ami invite death. Our
Liver Fills are sure turu for Torpid Liver and
I'ricc 2.jc. At DrugitlH.
Pianos and Organs
Must be Closed Out
by August I.
New, Nearly New, and
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
and made new
in our repair factory.
Can't hold them. No room.
Cash frice .' Jtwy Trms I
Write for Bargain Sheet.
LUODEN & BATES
I t - It
' V J i ,, i k . .
IUtiklerH nf :e.un( . , ,v,:;... k -ol
or service. . S . I Ms, . t;i!., ..,-v .,V,, i,';r.
tiihl-. Pino; Vive, A : t. ; ; -
!!Oi ' -:i ! ..(,,! n,s
- ' 'J i 1. 3.S
JXO. A. HUBBAPtD,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Nos. 40 I'oy clras At 09-71 Peters Sts.,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
B3fSolicits Consignments of all kinds of
Country Produce. Advances made oncraj
and consignments. pri-i"
SCHOOLS AM) COLLEGES.
Select Boarding & Dav School,
IIILLSBOKO, X. C.
The Sixty-First Term of the Misses Nash
& Miss Kolkk k's School, with prices re
duced to meet the times, will open on Wed
nesday, September 4th, ls'..
S5JCirculars sent on application.
Opens September l'.tth, ISo'.t. One of the
inot thoronu;h and attractive Schools for
Yuii7 Ladies in t he Union. Distinguished
advaniHLres in Ml'SIC, ART, ELOCUTION,
Arc. Cinii.ite unsurpassed. Pupils from 1U
States. Terms low. Special inducements
to persons at a distance. For the urtat in
ducements of this Celebrated Virginia
School, write for a Catalogue to
M. A. 1IAKKIS. 1. !., I'res.,
juyi;f-2m Staunton, Virginia.
with a whole
the best PHYSICAL and the best .MEN
TA L culture, a compulsory Curriculum
with Enforced Study, a reasonable but
strict Oiscipliuc, and a location entirely
free from .MALARIA. No time or money
spent attending Agricultural Fairs.
For catalogue address,
Maj. R. ItlNGIIA.M,
Bingham School, Orange Co., N. C.
Salem Female Academy,
SALEM, N. C.
Largest, Oldest and Rest Female Col
lege in the South.
Session opens August 27th, lss'J. Faculty
:JO Professors and teachers. Special feat
ures the le clopnieiit of Character,
Health and Intellect. Fully equipped Pre
paratory and Collegiate departments, be
sides first class schools in Music, Art, Lan
guasres and Commercial Studies.
IsSeiid for Catalogue to
Rev. J. II. CLEW ELL,
j Has a Full Corps of Teachers
Tiior.oKiii ou:vk ( r stum.
It-s l.-.uti. n U fr.-: -Tin-.'
.ir-.-: h.ult'ufui uti-l
J Write fur (.'atui'
CAPT. W. H. HAND, Principal,
FREMONT, N. C.
HOCKY III MAI SPItlNfJS
3Ial' and Female.
The Heahhit-st, Ch-apt-.st and Ik-t. Third
Term begins August 2'.'th, ls;i, and contin
ues twenty weeks.
Tuition from si. no to "i.50 per month.
Languages e extra. Music :.M per
Board can be had in hotel, including wash
ing and fuel, exclusive of lights, for ?.."(
per month: and in private families for sfO.OO
including washing, fuel and lights.
We prepare boys and girls for college, or
boys for the business pursuits of life. Any
one desiring to co or st-u.i to school will do
well to write f'-r 'ireuiars. Address.
II. S. PICKETT. A. It., Principal,
juy:2 -:;ai Silver. Stanley Co.. N. C.
h'- pl.jr.a: it-, .-'.r n.-S.--?;!lt
trirt's. A I! ir-w).:
r;i:iitnl' i. N T'n.i;'-.-;t-Kt"l
in ; : 1 i:i 1 : imn-nr s
n il-LTiH-l ;uj.l ll.;JV
t.-f-L U j-:tf u 1.. L.'o
rda-iuj-. An i - ; i --r -
Jesse French Piano Or jan Co.,
mar 15 lv
. H. & B. S. TUCKER & CO.,
RALEIGH, N. C.
-IMPOUTKKS AND KKTAILKKS OF
The Great North Garolina
Dry Goods House.
Carrying assortments excelled by few
houses in the larger cities and none in the
Sotith: bouglit from importer.-, manufactur
ers and selling agents lirst hands in everv
instance for the cash, and guaranteed to
be correct as to stylp, quality and price.
should the people of N .rt h Carolina send
ni4H)ey Xor'h tor Dry lioods when thev
have ftiicii a house in ij.-ir own State-' No
good rs-risou exists.
Complete Mail Order lep;u I ment
with all the machinevv for filling onlers by
JT?"N. 15. On idi orders amounting to
..! or more, we will deliver troods )y
mail or to the nearest Kx press office FiiKK
OF CI I A in j K.
W. I!. Ar II. S. TI CKF.St V (O.
X 1.1 tu
HA IA-1 3 1 f I , i. C.
ISiirt Ac-p i'ff T,.- v
THIS Caf?A-f ?;;'- ZltU H SUC
CESSFUL OPERATION FOR
W. S. PRIMROSE, - - President.
W. . UPCIIURCII, - Vice-President.
CIIAS. ROOT, - . Sec. and Treasurer
P. COOPER, . - . Adjuster.
THE WEEK OF BARGAINS
NEW YORK CLOTHING EMPORIUM.
Men's Pants that have been selling for . and 0, offered this week only at
Handsome, Stylish Suit, worth $12.50, to be given away this week for
All (ioods Ollered at Correspondingly Low Figures, as my Summer Stock
Must be hold at ANV PRICE.
Seersucker Coals and Vests 85c.
Linen Cull's (2,000 Linen) 15 cents; Linen Collars 2,000 Linen) !) cents;
British Hose (sold ever j where else at 25c I''-J cents.
LARGE LINE OF STRAW HATS,
AND WHITE VESTS AT VOI R OWN PRICE.
2o to 50 per cent saved by buying from the NKW YORK CLOTHING EMPORIUM
DAVID I tOSENTHAL,
New York Office,
Cor. Rroadwiiy and Rond Sts.
MO&t Favorable Terms,
WE CANNOT liK I5EAT EITIIEU IN PRICE OH QUALI
TY OF 1XSTKI 3IEMS.
A Good Cure for Tobacco
WRP'E Full prices.
II K NT
I L A ST i; K .
j 1rF" -' ' '- J
m m 1
, in m ii
PAINTS. OIL, Y liNlSH,
Julius Lewis $c Co.,
FOR TilK m:y
.IlISTICES OF THE PEACE.
North Carolina Justice and Form Book.
The Old Reliable Standard Hand Ilool, ami Onide for .II STICFS OI" TIIFf
l r.Al.r., and more than live times as many "HI NHI-,1.' are tised in the Maids
trates Court than any other book of the kind ever publ'std in the State
Zf LA lit; E TV IE and easy to refer
mere is no trouhle in hunting tor a form which may be needed.
) 4's, lctitluM Ixunnl. I'ri c I mnil, postpaid, Si.
- lTHUS.i! I. I V -
ALFKK1) WILLIAMS vV CO.,
Eook.-..iliers iiiid Publishers, Rtileigb. N. O.
DO VOU WANT A
PIANO 0B ORGAN?
V, RiTC TO
HUME, MINOR CO.,
KICIIMOM), VA Or NOKI'OI.K, VA.
SAVE YOU MONEY.
TREY HANDLE THE BEST
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
silSv!Ia( i ov.tr rriccs itiul on Bcilcr Terms fliaiiAnv
A i.Fi.F 1 1 i). Jonks, ilKr.r.KUT K. Nonurs,
TONES & NOURIS,
RALEKJII, N. C.
(Oflice in Court House, over Clerk's OlTice.)
Practice in the Counties of Wake, Har
nett, Chatham and Moore; State and Feder
al Courts. Loans negotiated and prompt
attention given to Collection of Claims.
Andrews Ituilding, Raleigh, N. C.
STAXDAIU) MI SIO CO.,
.Iain Street, opposite .int lloue,
V ISI'(), . f
SO R; II CM
liALEKilJ, X. C.
to All the forms follow the Laws sol
rp T. HICKS,
Attorney at Law and Notary I'ul.lic,
HKNDKUSOX, N. C,
A. A. 1I1CKS,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
OXFORD, N. C.
Practise in the Courts of Vance and Gran
ville. Refer to any County Official of either
of said counties. Give diligent attention to
all legal business. iuui'S-Om
FOUR. ROLLED IMPROVED
Wood Working Planer, Tounging and
This machine will I'lane, Tonsil" and Grove J I inches wide. Mtcher heads (AT, will plane '21 inches wide ai.d I inches tin'. i
The matcher heads are moved by a 1: tnd wheel at the side of machine. Titrht and lofsf- pulley I - inches mi d'-i-nerer, ! inch 1',-k
Khould make J)00 revolutions. Leisgth of belts feet of I inches for cylinders: feet of ;I inch for Matchers, I 1 feet of :t inchc.
for feed belt. Power required to drive Planer, IO lior.-e f"llease call or semi for Circulars.
J. A. VANCK, SALENI, N. C.
i?"Mention this paper. atiK-it
at wYVVkVN V ?IIi',VIjSl J,t the r- Slut- Fair lor ihc I1KST fJIXMX(;
3IACif IKK. C.ohl 3Icial at tho International Cnilnn Kxposi; ion al ( lant.i, anil
Chai Icsi,oi,.S. C. Inst Prize at Tarboro ZS". C Fair. W iH c lor Prices a ml Discounts
i in,': 1-3 inn
The Taylor Cotion Press
M ANl'KAOTKMi i:'.
LUCIUS L. TxVVLOi:,
S. 11. WHITE iilU).,
NO It FOLK, VA.
We desire to call the attention of C otton
Planters throughout the So:;t"i. hs well as
the shippers ot Hay. to the !': :.vimr l..ct,
which we sincfifiy bel:evt v. '! p:y you to
csrt-tully pt-rtise uud consid.-r it'i.a-you in
vest ycur money in . PUJss.
We claim for t .e T..lr.r i M ?.s tiie fol
lowintr qualirication sunt .r m anv otl:t".
now on the ma'-ket:
1 It works liv Lever Pw-.-r wit'acnt fric
tion, to perfei tion.
2. It will pack a bale of cot: on ir. le.-stime
and with more ease than any o:he . I'i ess
3. It will (with two c-r-lMiary i p.c k
a balf of cotton in l ' , mintites.
4. In a much as i here is absoiiiiv'.y ; .,
S'r (: ion t ; om; t he pu'.l-s. .-
it v.;li co-i li.'thi'Mr t-i ! f-ei) i .. i.r, -. ;. -pa
1 ale" It ui.-i-'t"; no oil 1 nr 1 1 : ' n ;" r ; ,1,
For sin. :..- . ;:, coii: rn ; ra
tion, as vvell a.- d' ' -t-'- it c-V he
excelled. This i. a P., s nu-n. ovinto
ttie facts above stated, docs n-t rcq-iire thc
adiiii ii.n (,f f t am power. ! ' r v. , m-j
ready mentioned it is not i r :
I hio Pivss was pat-n?;-; in .."., a,i,i
is the foitrt !i st-as.xi U r. ... I
desire to extend, n.y sincere ; l::tt.Ks to the
public for their very lil r d pan-uua-, a:. -I
witii several important impi-ovena-m and
snj.-erior faciliiies for maim fact nriiii; them,
I hope to merit and receive their c,,t:t:i:ii.
patiotiaue. I will also state that t he r.-;tc!:
ets of tli f-e presses heretofore ma-ir i !' e si
iron are now mate of t he wry be.-t wnm-ii!
iron, and w it a rca.-onalile n-e I wai l ::,t ;,ii
mi .r.-mtee the Taj lor Press ir e . ; -. ,-.
n!ar. For 1"n r: her part. icn l.-p s I r ' ' -.
tol!owjn;r named tri-nt !e it.t-n , .. u
loach. .! ks..::; J. G. L. 0M-k r, '.'. .'.I N
Kar-.sev, a. i -. Konsihiry, C. I:. '..:..;.
I'Oill'ii; Vpt. S. N. MllXtoll, .l.-'.t ..-, .. r ;
W. ('. rt'iiiier. Halifax, N.t., .- n-i ' o! hers
that used them or see them
j i iris- ".in
Charles A. Goodwin's
ILileish and Fayetleville, N . .,
IJr.j- a Tt.mbstone and remember y.-ur dead
Relatives and Friends.
tf"He will fnrnih I lesions Hiui :'rl--t-:
"ipoTi ;i pplicati 'ii. apr.Vtf
M A IV L FA CI I, It E Ft OK A N f IJF, M.t, 1
Gold and Silver Wara.
if 1 1 11 1 r"$Pr p; s I I
1 f ' H-fk at 5 "4
PLAIN GOLD KINGS
Made to Order at Short Notice. Send for
Patent Ring Meawure.
FAIRCIIILD'S GOLD PENS,
SHIPPING WEIGHT 3, !.
Gin and Machine Company,
GEORGIA. MANUFACTURERS OF
U TUMT-C-. y 1
Vax WINKLE GiX &
WOOI, WOOL. WOOL.
If you have H ool to t e ?d ' Tin fact ured or to Kxchan-.- for -j-oo.ls, don't dispose of it until
3"Oii l ave seen t he Nice New Sample cards ot
GWY.X &- CJIA'ITIAM,
Proprietor-of the Klkin Vailey Woolen Mills.
vj ta - . ---. -r,--- r- x u
:?-rite us for Samples with Prices
ery Kespe tf Lilly,
Vreiht and K?:rresR Of'e. !-"aiisl.iir-
Eagle Cotton Gin,
Tlie Jiest in the 3:arket.
WlV-f? - b "si. ' Jbf : 1 :tH"'m
Parker & Harvey,
KALGIGII, X. C.
i c a c u & ii on k v, i n : v u t' s i i
19A UlKAiiUL, FK.NCI-: RAH,!
Oiiv groods sell on their llv-ii. Onlers Solieiled.
THE MOUNT AIRY WOOLEN MILLS
Are now ready for Cl'STOli tmii i.- -l t
and as quick .possible Semi o,, V'. I' i'V '''10 "p, in T" '': l,:sT s ' 11
YARNS of all colors. M,'S h XNt,)K-N SOCKS, A N 11 KNU TIM.
WATSOX, Fayettevillei 'liKST l 4lU WS Hlii-i jSl' 'ON, Santord: WALTKK
T. C. SKARS, Morrisville, N. C l t,i,Ml- U-N oHU.s., Ounn; and S. 11. HOOD, Stlma.
YZXQ XiJy Z Kf. " WOGl ShirP"1 10 Airy via the Cape Fear and
ATLANTA, . ,
and Directions for Shipping Wool '
GWYN 6z (JIIAT1IAM,
LLKIN VALLLV, N. (
Feeder and Condenser,
t)OXE8 & POWELL,
A Id Kill, N. r
1 U S .1 '.Ml
ALBERT A LLP. EI),
MOr.NT AIKY, N. C.
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