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Cleanliness Next to Godliness.
Reidsville Review. The Raleigh Chronicle says of Kinston, N. C, that "it is one of "the prettiest, cleanest and liveliest towns to iive in to be found in North Carolina." Kinston is also the place where Bill Fife, who is now here, had nearly 200 conversions. A town where cleanliness and godliness reign su preme must be a rare one. indeed. -.. Index to 'ew Ad vertioomeiits. The Pearl Hominy Company. Thos. B Venable Sale of Town Lots. W. C. & A. B. Stronach Fne Groceries. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I Ni .. A iV EUTJSE ! i-.NTK. The Tarboro Fair. ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, RALEIGH, IV. C. Wood and Coal! JOHN Y. WacRAII, WHOLESALE AND RET All, Druggist and Seedsman, Cor. Wilmington, Martin and .Market St... Phil. II. A NO'iEV.s, WSI. 1? GlilMES. Andrews & Grimes, WOOI AND COAL YARD, O'Tiee: 21C. Fayetteville St , Telephone TU Vanl: West liargettSt: Tele phone Xo. 103. - -1 A ! DATE: THE ADVENT TKJiM, THE 95T1I SEMI-ANNI'AL SESSION, KEVINS THURSDAY, SEPTEM BER 12TII. 188. Nov. 5th, (ith, 7th and 8th. SPECIALTIES Soda and Mineral Water, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. COAL, ANTHRACITE, for Furnace , ( ; rates and Stoves I-?More liaces than at any other Fair in the Stale. horses already entered. Fine Cigars and Tobacco, RALEIGH, X. c. For Catalogue, address the Hector, REV. BENNETT SMEUfclS. A. M. jan 12 tf S3 O mi WIIII E AND RED ASHE C O A L, n. i s ( ; KLOX COLLEGE. f;' Present To the readers of the State Chronicle this week a cut of oLLLt.L, a new and hani.-om buildintr which is being erected by the de !!"',,m:" nni-mnsiu the South. The College was chartered bv the General ,!I .'' ,,s 1',,'i!ion is ' North --ro!ina division of the Richmond & v;:'" ' b'tsve.-u K.-Uci-h and (invuslwo-just five miles west of Buil:u- Ti:e campus consi:s of tweuty-lhv .'.ores of land, and lies on the north side of r.n v ad. i.. e ran road runs. at. this pla-e, east and west. The land surrounding A - . .. - H.t ne. wuii .reeif tvsjMy and .ne hundred teet wide Thr u-hr.l in ,.ArUH k,- a .e-, ,.F V, .1... 1- hi .ii vi-F.t. - i iirws. lituuc lilt- IIMUIL' a nuiatier or good taniu.es nave A nu:ubt -A-'-l'e e-.i'.HMti1.; I heir children ;e ':;:u 1 !'lll,lin- tended tor Co'lege purposes. Society Halls, Museum, Library, seen m the above cut, is now fcoiu2 up. It is a splendid structure, 129 feet and .). teet w 'e. tnree stones huh. with an octagon front 25 feet in diameter, up lt'-l t..e ami an obs-.-rvatory in the top 1: is designed to put up later a : t ry .ei tne wvM ior girls, r.nd ore on the eat for boys, making a handsome v. i. uabie p'-opi-rty. v. Y. S. I..xi. 1). D . President of the College, says: "While Elon Collei.e is -operty oi a.- t hn -aa church, and wih forever reniiin such, yet its doors will b- open to all who t ime seeking light and truth." AL,KIt.Ii AM) WAKK NKM!. j ' art K:iion. an i.b-ervaut and well :;.. n negro, sa s that the i-xjJus fever : a die out. i rt.e Utleigh Tobacco Hoard of Trad-j has . ' ed 1' nomas L l.jve. President; J. E ! ; vice-Pies: icnt: J. W. Hotood, I , .:.,,y. r sitd tli.it frost in the next ten days I d.ttnage the cotton crop in this sec ;. i teu per cent. In Wake there wiil i 1.. ,rd,y be over a half crop. j Prof. J. B Brewer, of Murf reesboro, i- 1 Mr Sam W. Brewer, of V.'ake Forest, 1.1. e purchased the Falls of Neuse paper i 1 he price paid was 17,oo. Shiny improvements are to be made at v :.ee at the grounds of the Governors i:ku:ou. They wid be handsomely laid o ..; and tutted, aad trees will be set out ir uiLisia- groups. Kc". (j. S. Williams, who has been for :v ) years past pastor of the Btptist Tab . : -.i .e. Has accepted a call to the Second V- pi'.st Chutch, or' Brooklyn, X. V. Pie i au ac..ou.jI'.stied and ztaK-us pastor and preacher, and wid carry to nis new home te atfectiotiate regard of the people of :..!-:gh. It iiad been feared that there would be ; s..a.e h::cn :: the a: rangerueuts for secur- ! i: g a tor the f j(),0')0 union depot :.-:e. "o". H. Pace, Esi , the attorney ror : ' :.e rai. ways, has secured deeds for aa the j m: ! and sajs tue depot wiil be built at j ..:.:c. It will have a front of 130 feet and j a depth of 120 ; We have seen this week a beautiful card ie.eiver, made of Georgia marble ; . : .-fitly turned, highly po.ished and beau- J rirui, preset. .cd by Chas. A. Goodwin, to j Mr. aud Mrs. Paiemau, the couple that.1 w.;.- ma: r'.ed iu cotton bagging last week."' P w;is a lovc-I" present elegant and jilst I l.ke aii the marble work done at Good- j win":.. The Ncrth Carolina Baptist State Cou- j veiition meets at iiendeisoti Nov. PPh. A i number of earnest Baptists are anxious io i .vre a wt ii-tiu!ppeil Baptist Female Col- i i. ge locate" i at Kaletgh. This matter was : gisetl to the committee at the last sessioU , ni (iiceti.-boro aud wiil come before the ; C'oaventiun this time for special consider- j a ion. I i The lialeigh District Methodist Mission- J ary Conference was held in Ha'.eigh last j u eek. Mi Sunday Bishop Wilson preached a urejit seimon at EdeiUon St. M. E. j etiurch. P was one of the ablest an-:i mot profound discourses we ever heard. At night he spoke of the Missionary ope- j r t'lons in c hina and Japan, lie r c -ntiy visited tiie.-e missions, and his leciuro was ' fuh of interest and prolit. j a the 2Jth instant music lovers will tov ouite a treat, as the Boston Svm- JiiiO Tiv Orchestral club wid appear at the roi.fjlitan Hail. It is a very fine or- M g.f i.ttion and Baleigh will be the only tee in the Slate it will touch. The Com r. -.;:) r. 'p.ired a big guarantee to come to 11 neigh and it is saiu that ic will be an t-n'eftainuient superior to any heretofore .. ) '! in Kaleigh. Hard times or good times, people will eat W. C. i; A. I'. Stronach, the well h-iown grc cers, whose store is so bp th.t . runs through a whole square, iclieve that people ought to have the hint gro -rie-i u be had. They keep them, and to day's CrinosLCLE tell the re;ujjrs :,a; they've got tied the bargains rhty 'r. 1 here is no better firm and there no better men than the Stronaebs. Mr. John Lee has been over to Ireland io k in the ca-e of Kobcrt Leeson Por ". the poor crazy fellow, whose affairs r year e-iused such a sensation. Porter - a half interest in three large estates. i 1 1 ' -n e at Bellevue Tcrrac near Cork; one Seven Churches, county Wicklow; ami in county Westmeath" The property not in chancery, but in the right of the rs. Porter has been in the workhouse re, but has again escaped and gone no ,e knows whither. It is an open secret at li s Irish relatives do not want him. tiling further will be done with him, says, and as soon as they get news of - death, Capt. Porter, his brother, will ' ail the property. I.i.-t Tuesday there arrived here from lanta Messrs. Hugh H. Colquitt, Cieorge Gress and Peyton H. Snook, as a c m Hee to invite Col. L L. Polk aud escort :-.:a to Atlanta. A reception party, com ; -d i Col. Polk, President W. G. I'p '. o'ch and others, met the committee, oid took it to the Yarboro. Governor P Aie, Auditor Sanderlin, Mayor Thomp--"h and ot her prominent gentlemen were "re, and the visitors were presented. Ar t-rwards all dined together. -Besidts Georgia gentlemen named, there were Goveru(r, Auditor Sanderlin, Col. I'olk, Mayor Thompson, Messrs. Josephus Iniels, W. G. Up-church, W. J. Peele, P. M. Wilson, Fred. A. Olds, N. B. Brough 'on, II. B. Battle, I). H. Rittenhouse, A. i. Jones and H. W Ayer. ...The Goldsboro Fair opened Tues day, v. ith a highly creditable exhibit. Jos 1 pti E. Bohinsou, E-q , is chief marshal. 1 he weather was the only drawback to the Fair. rit-eii lain on ror a village, four aeres i in , .. . .o wV.v.u Wj -UJ. -1 HO IH'OteW T.IP a it r oak grove implying tiug to make this their bousrlit lots evn The Colored State Fair. The eleventh annual State Colored Fair opened here Tuesday. The attendance is liL'ht. The exhibit is fair. The oflicers of the fair say it is better than last year. Wednesday Governor Fowle spoke at the fair. He made a very able speech and re ferring to the Chicago uogroes and their day of fasting and prayer for the South ern negroes, said the latter were far hap pier and had many more of the attributes of freedom. He was londly applauded and li.e audience told him he was right. Referring to the exodus he said the ne groes were free to go whenever they liked, but would never find a better laud than North Carolina, and would carry with them the be.-t wishes of the whites". He said that there was the best of feehng between the races here. Major Finger made some timely re marks which were well received. He showed that the negroes have the same educational facilities as the whites. Secretary K. II. W. Leak, of the fair, said that the negro in North Carolina was freer and happier than anywhere else. He hit the exodus a blow by saying that its negro agents get $1 a hea 1 for all the negroes they iuduce to leave the State. A li.h ol New I's. P stands for Pudding, for Peach and for Pear, And likewise for Poetrv and Prose; The Parrot, the Pigeon that tiies in the air, The lig with a ring in his nose: Fe-r Paper nd Pen. 'or Printer and Press, For Phvsic, ami People who sell it; l'nt when you are sick, to Telle e your dis tress Take at once Pierce's Purgative Pellet. .?. yt s, indeed! These a:e the P's for you. poor, siek man or woman. Nothing like them for keeping the bowels and stomach regulated and in order - tiny, sugar coated granul s, scarcely larger than mustard seeds. They work gently nut thoroughly. - Death, the Iteaper, Still is Reaping. In Wilson, Oct. inh., Mrs. M. J. An- lersoj, wife of Dr. W. S. Anderson, aged 43 years. She was a member of the Meth odist church. The bereaved ones have our sympathy. Capt. J. E. P. Daingerfield, of Fay etteville. died Thursday afternoon of la.st week while hunting in companj with Mr. John C. Haigh. He was hunting quail on the farm of Hon Geo. M. Rose, three miles south of that cit . They became separated and Mr. Haigh, looking for him to return home, found him dead, with his gun across his breast. He died of heart disease, and was in his 73rd year of age. II was a Virginian, and went to Fayette ville in July 180T, just after the battle of Manassas, under orders of President Da vis, to take charge of the military stores of the arsenal at that point, at the same time occupying the position of paymaster, and after the war engaged for some years in mercantile business in that place. Judge George W. Logan, ex-Superior Court Judge in North Carolina, died at his home at Chimney Rock, eighteen miles from Rutherfordton, (Jet. lath. Judge Logan was born in 181-5, and was elected Superior Court clerk in 181", after which he studied law, and was admitted to practice in lsfJ3. He was elected to the Confederate Congress, was a member of the Constitutional Convention of 18CG and a member of the legislature in 1867. He was elected Judge in 1808, when the present Constitution of North Carolina was adopted, and served eight years. He was a Whig before the war. a Unionist during the war, and a Republican since. He obtained great notoriety by receiving the confessions of numbers of kuklux men a.u r the war. He rose from Cap tain to General in the State Militia. Since retiring' from the bench he led a private life. Judge Logan owned Chim ney Rock, at the foot of the Bald moun tain, one of the most noted places in the State. He leaves nine children, one of whom is now clerk of Rutherford Su perior Court . Maj. E. L. Vaughn died of consump tion at his home at Sparta, Alleghany county, Thursday, the 10th inst. He was a lawyer of ability and had several times represented his county in the Legis lature, n that body he was a recognized leader He was a man of much force of character anil as a speaker was ready, incisive and always effective. Maj. Vaughn was often spoken of in connection with the Congressional nomination and his ability and capacity for legislative work marked him as a tit man for Congressional service. For several years the state of his health had been such as to withdraw him from all active participation in public affairs. Had he lived he would have been a notable factor in the politics of his dis trict. Notwithstanding that he was held iu excellent esteem by the public, we have always felt that he was rated below rather than above his real capacity. The last public evidence that he gave of this was a communication in the State Chronicle in January last in opposition to the return of Senator Ransom. It was iu reply io an editorial on the subject in the Land mark, and was by all odds the strongest presentation of the argument of the op position that was offered during the cam paign. The last public position that Maj. Vaughn held was a membership in the directorate of the penitentiary,and this he resigned about two years ago because his health would no longer admit of his dis charging the duties of the place. He was at the time of his death probably about 5a years of age. III Absolutely Pure. This Powder never varies. A marvel ot purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and can not be sold in competition with the multi tude of low test, short weight alum or phos phate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Raking Powder Co.. H6 Wall St.,N. V. Alt A K K CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT. We olTer for sale our Smoking Tobacco Plant, consisting of Engine. Cutter. Press and other machinery, neccssarv for manu facturing Smoking Tobacco. Also the cele brated C. I. C. (Carolina Indian Chief; and .Prince brands, well and favorably known to the Tobacco trade. C A RST A R 1 1 1 E X , .MOORE A, CO., octlS-lm Hickory, N. C. UNTo P-itent jS"o Iay! E. H. BATES, - - Attorney, WASHINGTON, I. C. SSfBook on Patents Free. octll-3m THE Pearl Hominy Company OF BALTIMORE CITY", Manufacturers of PEARL HOMINY, PEARL GUITS, PEA UL .MEAL, AND HOMIN Y CHOP. Local Asrents wanted th-ouichout the State. Address. JAS. J. COKNKR At CO., Prop., No. :jlriSpear"s Wharf, oct25-lm Baltimore, Mil. . C. & A. B. STRONACH, Wholesale Grocers, Retail Grocers, Cotiee Roaster, AXIi- CANDY M A X U FACT C U K RS. HEADQUARTERS FOR Everything in Staple anil Fancy Groceries. Confectioneries, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Cigars, Tobacco, Snutf, Arc, Arc, &c. HOUSE AND COW FOOD. BAGGING AND TIES, Any Quantity One Pound to Car Load. MOST COMPLETE A VARIED STOCK i iK Groceries in the State. -largest and Most Complete and Varied Stock of Groceries in the City. Largest, HaudsoTiii st, -Best Arranged and Most Convenient GROCERV STOKE In the State. Best Goods at Lowest Prices. CCME AND SEE US oi; SEND FOR P II ICES. ort25 tf DR. SCHENCK'S CEAWEED TONIC Ih a Positive Cure for DYSPEPSIA And nil Dirtonlersof the Ii;est ive Organs. It id wie a corrol'orativp, or strengthen ing Metftcine, ami may be taken with great henetit in all niM'Hiif lability. For Sale hy all DniggiHtK. rrice,Sl.(K per U.ttle. Dr. Schenck New lKk on I.ntigs Liveraiitl Stomach mailfil free. Address. Dr. J. H. SCHENCK & SON, Philadelphia. DR. SCHENCK'3 QEAWEED TONIC Id a Positive Cure f.r DYSPEPSIA Ami all DinlerHof the Digest ive Organ. It i- likewise a corn tM. rat i ve, -r st i -ntigthe n inir Me-licitie, ami may h taken with great ieneht in all ras.-s of Dt-I'iitt v. F.T Sale l.v all IniggNt" Price, !M.m mt U.ttie. Dr lienrk'a Jiew Ilnk on Ltin go l.i v.-r ainl M uu.tch in.t il'-l tree. Address, Or.J. H. SCHENCK & tCN. Philadelphia, ruarl-tf LAND SALE. By virtue of a mortgage deed executed to me by Cornelius C'ley, Liler I'tley Monroe Womack, Sylvia Womack, Xed. Utley and Violet Utley and registered in the Kefiis ter's OITice of Wake county, in Book No. 5ti, Page tU4, I shall sell at my office in Holly Springs, Wake countj-, on the l-2th day f November, 18-9. at Vi o'clocK M., to tbe highest bidder the tract of land described in Baid mortgage. The tract lies about one mile south of Holly Springs and contains about acres. Terms made known on day of sale. October 7th, ISsj. i. II. ALFURD, octli-lt Mortgagee. ill (To "tfcj ' "" "1.9 " if- i 1 "c ;-fT here will be the Larg est Agricultural Lxhibit. c, ' Ladies Tournament n Friday SlOOasa lrize to the Winner. Cheap Rates! Big Fair! Let Everybody Come ! ER ANK IOW EI. I.. See'y. K. 1 1. Sl'EIGHT, President. octlS-tf SALE OF Valuable Town Lots, IN - OXFORD, CRANV1LI.E CO.. .N. C, The Queen City f the (.olden Tobacco itelt. As Kxecutorof the late Hnse 1 Kingsbury, dccast-il, on Monday, December 'I, 1 KS'., I shall olTer for sale at the Court House door m the town of Oxford, N. C, that exceedingly Valuable Piece ot l'roperty, situated iu the heart of town, facing the public Mjnrtre and business Oiocks, and know u as the "KINtJSIU'UV PLACE." It fronts 114 feet on Main strttt, ?0O feet on ollege street and T teet on New street. L' in it is situate 1 the Kinasluiry MaiiMou lloue, a heautnul cottage, one store, aud all oul-buiidiiigs, the wliole embracing sonicihing OVER THREE ACRKS, and ha been cut up iuto beautiful and de sirable building aL.J business lots and plats are oU exhibition. A IUG HOTEL, of first-class st vie, will pay iu Oxford, aud this is the site for it ll is the t o-t valua ble ital estate over ollered lor sale in Gran ville county, ami investors would d weli to see or correspond with tr e undersitrned. Term: ue-third cash, balance on one and two years tim-, with iutrrest at per cent on deferred payments TIIOS". H. vOaIM.C Exvcutor of Kussell Kingsl.ury, dec"d. Oxiord, N C., Sejt. Si, IV,'.). "octi.V'f ' THE BINGHAM SCHOOL Staiuls jire-eniiaent anions Southern school for boys and rank with the best in the I nion." -I . S. Ill K E A C OF EDCCA'l IO.. " ill (;il AM SCIIOOI, omhiiie more deir;i ble uali lie than any oilier with which I am acquainted '"---Lieut J. It. It TCII EI.OK, I". S. iiiiv, Instructor in 'l actic There eit not the eipial of this School iu in v opinion. "--C pt. II. V V u.T, I . . Aimy, Instructor in Tac tics. MOKE THAN ONE HUNDRED Pupil trum Outide of North Carolina. Address, MAJ. R. RIMillAV, oct4-tf Bingham School, N. C. Peace Institute, Raleigh, N. C. The Fall Term Commences on the First A ediM.sday ( Ith Day) of Septem ber, 1NND. Full Knglisb course with unsurpassed ad vantages for instructions in Music, Art and Modern I.antniasre.s, Commercial course in cludintc Typewriting, Book-keeping aud Stenotrraphj'. All departments o' instruction filled by accomplished and exper enced teacher-'. For Circular aud Catalogue containim? full particulars as to course of instruction, terms, &c , address. Rev. R. Hl'RWFI,, Ar SON, juyl2-tf Kaleigh. N. C. FREMONT MILITARY INSTITUTE Has a Full Corps of Teachers AND A TUOHOK.Il (OIUSK OF STIDT. Its location is fine ; patronatre lartfe; irrowth healthful uinl steady. EXPENSES MODERATE "Write for Catalogue. CAPT. W. H. HAND, Principal, FREMONT, N. C. PAXACEA WATER. The demand for Panacea Vater in this and other States is becoming so great that those in want of the Water are requested to scud their orders a little ahead ot absolute ned As the water keps indefinitely con suniers who order direct from me to be shipped trom the Springs can order two ca ses at a time. For Stomach, Bowel, Liver and Kidney Troubles, As an Appetizer and Blood Pu rifier it is unprecedented. B3fFor particulars address JOHN A. WILLIAMS, Oxford, N. C. Head Agency for U. S. A. octl8-2t i.fllUU... COAL. Gayton Red Ash (Semi- A utliracilei CO A I,. Is free-biiruing. rasily limited, does not crumble to dust, does not smoke or till up Hues with soot, rnj aires but little draught will make small or large fire, lipids lire all night when covered up. 'Suitable for Stoves or Grates. The Cheapest Domestic Coa! ottered. Shipped to any Depot on Ors di rect from the Mines by JONES & POWELL, Miner's Agent, RALEK.II, N. ( . Any size HARD or SOFT COAL for Domestic use or for Steam direct lrom the Mines, soon after being ordered, as cars can be had, b JONES fc POWELL, Commission Merchants anil Deau-r in HAY. BKAN, SHII' bTl'FF. MEAL, f i. or it. SO INGLES, LATHS, Arc RALEIGH, Is. O. oct4-tf 500 Families Wanted! lit)! FOR Til E ("OTTO V FS ELDS OE THE SO CT II AM) WEST! GOOD HOMES AND GO D WA(iES GUARANTEED We are daily iu receij)t of ort!r from the planters of Arkansas, Mississippi and Tex as for liHtids to work on the lartn, and can place Ell E HUNDRED fam'iie- in tiood ami comfortable homes, at watres from SI2 to lx per month and board per hpd. Siu jile men and women need not atpiy unless they can go with the family of some relative who will le responsible for their compliance with then contract. X-SfN'o contracted laior need applv until the contract is amicably stttlea bet wen em ployer and employee. Correspondence solicited II. II. ( HEEK Ai CO., Labor Agents. Ollices at Henderson and Raleigh, X. C. oct 4 i in VALUABLE Mill Properly for Sale. On Saturday, Nov. 1 , S1), I will sell to the highest bidder in the TOWN OF FKAMvM , Franklin county. X. C, at Public Auction, that Valuable Mill l'roperty, situated ou the Kaleiirh Koad, - miles South of Franfe lintou. The water covers ( acres of land and ha sutTicient power to run a Cotton Factory. There is a " acre lot atiache-i to t he mill property with a s'x,-r. oin dw ehing. Cotton ( in ind Saw Mill attached. Term: One-third cash; balance in one and two years, ith interest For further particulars apply by letter or in p- nui to MRS. yt. A. M ILL! A.MS, Uxecutri x. octll-lm Frnnklititon, X. ('. PAXACEA WATER. The celebrated Panacea Water, of rare and extraordinary ellicacy, keeps for years, and cures people at home as well as at the Springs. For sale by Kino & McGhek, Kaleiirh, X. C, J. M( KlMMON A: Co., Kaleiirh, X. C. .1. II. Hamdin A: Co., Wilmington. X. C, C. K HoltiiX A: Co., Green -boro, X. C, 1. W. X'alohan, Durham, X. C , W. W. Keavis, Henderson, X. C, Also by Geo. Sciioer, 1Kh Main st., Kicn niond, Va., and P. (HEi:EU A; Co., 11 liar clay St., Xew York. octls-it Moseley's Attractions. E'resli Oysters Every Day at Mosetey's Uiniiij Iiooius FOit LADIES AND GENTLEMEN". AND THEN 1. Von have the rotating lly fans to keep you cool while enjoying a good meai at the Moseley House, a Vou have all the lux uries of the season furnished to order X Vou ae in the centre of the city where you can see all the elite of the city pas by. 4. Yon are near the Capitol. Supremo Court Room, Library, Agricultural BuildinLC, Km juration Kureau and Alliance lleadtjuar ters. 5. Withia two squares of any church yoii wish to attend. Street cars piss the door every M minutes. . Yon will have a comfort able room, polite attendance, seme thing jood to ear, (ind feel as if at home, at the .oielejr House. Kates, "0 cents a meal; 1 -T0 io $'-j.OO a day. Special rates bj- the week or month. oetl l-f JTOTICE. Sale of Valuable Lands AND PERSONAL PROPERTY In Bladen County by Public Auction. On Wednesday, the 1st day of January, 1890, I will expose for sale hy auction, for Cash, 5,000 acres of valuable farm lands situated on the Cape Fear river, near Kliza bethtown, in Bladen county, X. C , together with personal property, consisting of horses, mules, cows, hoes, wagons, carta, farming utensils, household and kitchen furniture. &c. Above lands will be sold in tracts of from 50 to 500 acr s, on several tracts of which are good farms. The sale will be made by the undersigred as Assignee of John A. McDowell for the benefit of creditors. c. m. Mclean, jun21-7mo Assignee. I?i tnis: ; nous, Kauawlia, West irinia Splint, cast Tennessee Splint, New Kiver ?it, I'ocit hioiin Solt, (ayton Soit, Direct from tlic 3Iincs. Coal delivere lon line of Kaleiirh fc Gas ton, ! rankriito'i A: Louisburtr, Ox'ord Af 1 lenderson, and Warrentoii and Pittslioro Km! reads hy, CAR LOAD, at tide water prices, with freight added. WOOD, Hickory, Oak, and Pine; long or cut; Car Load or Less. I5Save money and buy now. Andrews & Grimes. si'p'it :?mo ( 1 A M P A I G N. FA 1.1, J88J. Low iariff the Keynote. BOUND TO WIN! The Experience of the Past and the Present Proves It. Clearance Sales Vnprccedented. Never Before iu our Business Career of Fif teen Year- has our Summer Stock been Sold out so Close. LOW TARIFF Did the work for us. and now we begin the Fall Season with a Clean and Spank New Stock, New Goods arriviiui 'aily Just opened to-day IOc Flannel Shirts fi.r Men and Kovs. . M;r ni"i: I . I'.) Sh- istiie best in the .n i; ket. We put prices dowu when the people want the yo- rs aud not wait till the goods are out of season. sepi:i-:):u New end Anractive MILLIJSEUY. Our Fall arid Winter Stock of STYLISH MILLINERY FOR - Ladies, Misses and Children Is Now Ready for the trade. Oar Customers will find everything desira )le ia tirst-idass Millinery at Reasonable Prices, ZEPHYRS, WOOLS, FANCY OOODS, AND NOTIONS. Stamping and Pinking Done at Short Notice. Mias 3Iaj?gie Iteese, ti)i I'AVETrEVIl.CE STREET. P0p'J7-.'Jni JONES OHO V E TRACT OF 1, K50 Acres for Sale. Filteeri Tract ol Fine. Tobacco, Cotton, (rain and Timlx r Eauds on Easy Term. The unde'-sia-ned, committer of the Trus tees of tiie I'niversity of North Carolina, on Wednesday, the l-'ith day of November next, at 12 o'clock, on the preni'ses. will otl'er for sale at auction the .Tones Crove of 1,4-iO acres, situated on the Chapel Hill and Pitts lioro road. It will he divided into tracts of about 100 acres each. It is noted as one or the finest farms in the State, being well aoapted to Urinht, Tobacco, Cotton and Grain. The sale will be by the acre at a moderate unset price, with no by-bidder over that. The terms are one-third cash, the remainder in two and three years with h per cent interest from date Mr. W. C. Cole, a'.j;-nt, whose iost olliceis Chanel Hill, N. C , will answer all questions and will be on the land every Wednesday, mitilsale for the purpose ot stiowm it. K E MI I. U TTLE, JOHN MANNING, A. II. .MERKITT. Chaptl Hill, N. C, Sept. li'.th, 1S89. fifTlie foUowinj? p ipers copy otic ' a week until day of sale: Durham Recorder, Chat ham Record, Orange Observer, Person Co. Courier, Milton Chronicle, Oxforn Torch light, Henderson Gold Leaf, Alamance Gieaner. - sepi'l-ui J. L. PATTERSON, Attorney L Counselor at Law, WINSTON, N. C. Special attention given to the Collection of Claims. Practices in all the Courts. jun2S-12m CL O THIERS XYAT T?S DURHAM MARBLE WORKS, (ESTABLISH ED IN IsTs.) WillTAIvFlt & I1UJLIN, - Proprietors, (StVfKSsOKS To K. I. But, .!:. ) M AM EA( "IT II Kits O!' MONUMENTS, POMliSTt )XES, TAliLKTs, Ani Ai.i. Kinds me Mauim.e Wmi::;. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WOltii. Esii.mates and Desioss Fl i:.miii:i Y'XV.Y. SSfWe are Practical Carvers and Sell Lower than any other hon.-.'.,..-M AIN STREET, 1)1 III! A M, N . C. STANDARD Music Company. PIANOS: OPERA, KIMBALL. FOR SAIJ-: ON Most Favorable Terms. We are SOLE AGENTS for tln aliovc Instrr.mc Is in Uic North-western part of North Carolina. "We cannot he BEAT in Price or Quality ol Iitsirunieiiis. Address jmil4-ly Woollcott & Son, 14 East Martin St. FOR EAKLV FAIJ. TRADE ANTON" IT.ANNKE, P.'-it, lOand cents per vanl. c NEW PRINTS, GINGHAMS, DRESS GOODS, SATEENS. j ur stock of SHOES for CHILDREN consists of all sizes and dualities, and are cheap and good. RUBBER SHOES. We have an Immense Bargain in PANT CLOTH. -Tew Styles in Ladies and Misses II ATS. 1 Ladies and Misses L N DEK W E V R, 'i." ami .r)0 cents a piece. All the New Shades in RIIJBOlSrS. GREAT IIARGAINS in Men and Boys Clothing. 500 3Ien and Boys Hals, 35 and 50c. 500 Boys Caps, IOc Each jan'3-tf Ciias. McKimmos, Jas. A. Moseli:v. lYIcKimmon & Moseley, 131 Fayetteville St., RALEIGU, N. C. A Strictly One Price House. Both members of this firm spent several weeks in the Northern Markets where thev purchased an KNTIRKLY NEW STOCK for their store, which they opened on Tues day , Sept. 'Z Ith. It embraces the follow ing departments: Black Goods and Silks. In this department are exhibited all the standards and new weaves BLACK GOODS, A SI'ECTALTV. Colored Silks and Dress Goods. The novelties in Wool Ore Goods are innumerable. In Silks the effects are richer than ever before, l'liishes and Velvet are extensively used, and thev show them in every color aud quality Tiimmimrs iu black and colors suitable for all costumes. Cloak Department. Such a handsome collection of Wraps has never been shown in this city. New Mar kets will be the leading wraps, but shorter Coats and Jackets are worn and will be shown in all desirable shades and lengths. Their lines of WHITE GOODS, HO SIERY, NOTIONS, Handkerchiefs, .Vc, are varied and complete. Indeed in this NEW STi )RE is displayed ever thiDg to be found in any tirst-class Dry Goods House. ET Their ORDER DEPARTMENT re ceives especial attention, and they assure to purchasers out of the city the same prices and care in the filling of orders as could be obtained in nerson. Requests for samples promptly complied with. sepiir-t f WANTED ! 1 ,000 can be made in six mont hs selling TCNISON'S new at.d superior ATLAS, MAPS and CHARTS. Salesmen wanted. For particulars address II. C. TUNISON, aug9-3m Atlanta, Ga. oi-i i 1 Mil 1 1 at KIM ISA LL, STANDARD MUSIC ( ( .. .Main Street, opposite nn( oue, MISSION, A. (., , KAI,i:il i, N. C 0 BAYS. 1NVEXTOIIY COJ1 4'!,1-JTK. For the past two rk we have ?eii measuring -u t acinar ali oods Jor our Semi-annual Inventory. The inventory is now cmiplc'.c and we will, EOIl 30 DAYS. oiler many hrokeii oS" jjoods at less than t.'ie -oo-. cost in X w York. Our Fi.il and Winter floods 'i w. al ready been iun-i'u;s(l ior several dep.n t incut and are arriving. Tliereforc ui; are compelled to lore a clean sweep to make room. Any housekeeper can save money hy attending tliis sipeeial Sale; as many se;sui a Iile ;mm1s will he sold at a i;ieat sueriiiee. Twenty-six inch (Jolt! and Sil er Cap Umbrellas at only J ie; as ;;o im htiold and Silver Cap at oni ,M .(, Towels, -It inehes 'onanti IS inches wide, at only f l-l centseaeh. 3Iany of her lint of i?oo!s eorrest'ond i nl low at XOIiKlS & CAUTKIVS, adfiaiifl 2H E':iyettev;:i St.. 1an5-lv Rale- fr. V ' : 18 Fall and Winter. 89. Stylish ClotSiing. 3Ieii Boys and Childrens, AT D. S. WAITTS, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves, ;im Suspemleis. cilxts i; NDr;uvi;v i:. HATS, SHOES, COLLARS, CCFFS, HATS, SHOF.S, :o,L.!iS, CCFI'S, I HATS, SHOES, COLLARS, CLKF.-. I II ATS, SHOES, COLLAIC- (TIFs. Fine Neckwear, Citihridlax, Trunks, Valises, .lc;., etc. 1. S. W'AITT, Jl:j FayelteN ille St.. Raleiy h, N. ' . Sale of Valuable Land Ry virtue of a decn e of t u n ; rior Conrl of Franklin county, I shall m 11 :d the Cmm I louse (Iu' r in Ei.uisbur. N. !,'iii .Von il IV, the 4th day ot November. 1 ;1t pn') lie auction to the highest bi.'der, t be v. 1 ii ble laud on which the late ". 1. C,,J!i: re sidd a nil lielDiiLriiiii to his e-tnte. situa't-d in Franklin county, N. t '., c.-nit:n;tac ,.(... m six hundre 1 and eighty acrt s. There are on t hese In nds a sjdendiil re.-i-l -n'-e ii,r ai n j n z cit;hi. rooms and nece-sary ' lit Iio'm -s an 1 five tenant houses. Some of t he Jj;nd is in a hiwh state of cultivatioii The land is in t he '.elt for m-ou 1114 ,r;-hr. i !,((!,. The location is hi-a'.t h v a i;d the r.ei'ihboi liood lirst rate. It, is a rare op portunity for se curing: a trooi! home It desired the land will be sold in several tr.-u '-. Terms: 14 :a-h, balance on a credit ot i: months w ith s ;,(-r cent interest from day ot sale. September 24th, l;t. K. X. YAKRORO. Adm'rof V. T. Collins, dee'd. C. M. Cooke, Att'y. oet t 4t FOB 3