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STATE CHRONICLE, SUNDAY, MARCH 9, 1890.
AMONG THE OHUBCIIEB. A SUMMARY OF TIIR HELKSIOU8 NEWS OF THE STATE. An Outline of Ihe Influence Exerted by The Churchen in Morth Carolina Item ol Interest. Everywhere the religious leaders of the people have exerted great influence upon all classes, and very largely moulded public opinion. That intlueLee was greatest iu the early centuries after the birth of Christ. They have obtained this a:ccudou?y b-. causa it has been re garded that they were the most capable, most honest, aud most devoted to the betterment and elevation of the condi tion of all men. In the main this has been true. The priests and the preach ers have, almost always, been the de fenders and supporters of the oppressed, and "touched by the mild breath of Christian love" they have given with an open baud to relieve want, and have speut themselves in helping to lift up the people. That the preachers have lost much of their power there is not room to doubt. That a few of them -aud very few com r.ut.vnvELY have boon recrcaut to their hiijh duties and trail! their sacred of fice in the dirt, is a melancholy fact. I.ut the power of the clergy is not broken anywhere. It is changed, hot broken. The inlluenco of him who ministers at the sacred altar ought always to be pow erful, but it ought to bo confined to proper channels. In old times men per mitted preachers to directly control their conduct. It is not so now. But till the preacher is aud ought always to be a power in the land. A large majority of the Universities and Colleges iu tho land are under their control. The literature is largely though less than formerly inlluenced by thorn. The great est strength the preacher has to-day lies in th? fact that he rules the women and the women rule the men. It is certain that the ministry, as long as it is devoted and consecrated as it is in North Carol iua, will never lose its ' power. j Tho Chronicle believes that it is the ditty of a newspaper to lend all its in- J (1 nonce on tho side of morality and re- j litfiou as well as to preach good politics i and advocate industrial activity. A newspaper ought to give the people ; what is helpful as well as what is sensa-1 t tonal, and it ought, from its general ! tone aud mako up, to teach purity j oi neatt ana purity or expression. lu North Carolina the progress of A I THE BAPTIST CHURCH. t Monroe is wifhout a M. Austin having re- pas'or. Rev. D. tJgneu. Rev. Dr. Pritchard, the pastor at Wil mington, is aiding in a revival at Savan nah, Ga. The Sunday School at Scotland Neck will eroet a monument over the grave of Mrs. J. D. Hufham, lately deceased. Rev. M. P. Matheny, of Lincolnton, recently organized a Baptist church at King's Mountain, with a membership of twenty-two. A Sunday School Convention of the Eastern Association is to be held at Clin ton, Sampson county, beginning on Fri day, April 18th. Rev. J. A. Speight, Associate Editor of the Biblical Recorder, went down to New Berne yesterday to spend the Sab bath with Rev. H. W. Battle aud his people. Rev. C. Durham, the Corresponding Secretary of the Mission Board is aiding Rev. J. K. Fant, iu a meeting at Wades bo ro. Union meetings of the Raleigh Associ ation, are to be held at Apex for the Western section and Garner for the Eastern section beginning on Friday be fore the 5th Sunday in this month. Rev. J. H. Mills, Superintendent of the Baptist Orphanage, requests all Baptis churches to take up a collection at least once a year for the orphans, and tho Sunday Schools to let the children contribute onco a month. The Asheville Baptist takes a popular ground (with the boys at least), propos ing to locate the Female University at Wake Forest aDd to consolidate. If the boys and girls could vote, Whoop. Char ity aud Chiidren. The Fayetteville Observer gives an ac count of the installation of Messrs. W. B. Malloy aud J. T. Winburn as deacons last Suuday. Rev. J. A. Speight, asso ciate editor of the Biblical Recorder, preached the sermon. The next session of the Baptist State Convention which meets in November, will be held with the church in Shelby, one entire body of th3 Qpnf 3renc3, the ob ject beiDg to perfect a better system of promoting the cause of Missions in each Conference. North Carolina will be represented ia that Conference by the following dele gates: Clerical John R. Brooks, D. D., Jesse A. Cuningham, Frank L. Reid, V. A. Sharpe, W. S. Black, D. D., H. T. Hudson, D. D., J. E. Mann and F. D. Swindell. Lay Donald W. Bain, B. F. Dixon, M. D., Julian S. Carr, Jas. A. Odell, Chas. W. Tillett, Wm. R. Odell, D. B. Nicholson and John W. Mauney. The Alternates are: Clerical E. A. Yate3, D. D., W. H. Moore and G. W. Ivey. Lay Hon. Walter Clark, John C. Davis and R. R. Crawford. It is expected that at least two new Bishops will be elected. Of those it is to be hoped that North Carolina will have one. THE MORAVIAN CHURCH. The report that Dr. Edward Rond thaler, who for the past twelve years has so ably and acceptably filled the pastorate of the Moravian Church, Salem, has accepted a tall of the Northern Province of the church, and is to fill a vacancy in New York city caused by the death of Bishop Reinke, is, we are glad to say, entirely erroneous. Win ston Republican. THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. A Third Presbyterian Church has been organized in Charlotte, where there are already two strong, rich and flourishing churches. They support two or three missionaries in foreign fields. Rev. F. H. Jonston, D. D., has been appointed by Albemarle Presbytery evangelist for the Elizabeth City field. He will leave in a few days for.Elizabeth City. He will be pastor of the church in that city and also preach at otner points in the Albemarle section. The Presbyterians of Salisbury are moving in the matter of building a new church, which is .to cost $8,000. The same denomination in Greensboro hare the funds in hand to build a $15,000 and we learn tint they will be greeted " " S , Z" TTSuZ Trill Ka nra I vr" v. xi. . ubuii Smith has been pastor of the coneresa- A PROSPEROUS COMPANY, 1 he .'I?tna Life's Gains in 1880. 'Ihy' L:indaoaie trains nii do bv the Atrsx Lifk Insurance Company the past year, in 210 Fayetterille Street every department of its business, shows con- i clusively that the company 19 activeh and j successfully, as well aa conservatively! man- ' aged. Its growth from year to year has been ! steady and substantial The 'gains in 1SS j were ns follows: NEW, HANDSOME AND STYLISH CLOTHING CROSS & LINEHAN, A new store with the rewest and coat ;onvenient vw,b auu iurmsmug gooas jrist con?iDg in. A new wav of eelhn- by Lav ing the prices like the customers want them. Ilollemau Baildlag, arrangement. A new stock ot with a new building, which will be of the handsomest in the State. The First Baptist church, of Wilming ton, is building a modern Sunday School room, which embraces dining room, kitchen, ladies' parlor, pastor's study, &c , and at the same time putting a big pipe organ in the church audience room. A Sunday School Convention of tho Little River Association, is to be held at Piny Grove church, Wake county, be ginning Friday, March 28tb. Among the speakers announced are W. Peele, Esq., of Raleigh, and Prof. J. B. Car lyle, of Wake Forest. EPISCOPAL. A gain in membership of 3.23C A guin in interest income of $51,435.05 A gain in market values of 54,973.05 A gain in Burplus of 179,03o.36 A gain in premium receipts of 334.446.GC A gain in income of 335881.71 A gain in assets of 986,784.03 A gain in new business of 4,095,511.00 A gain in insurance of 7,7C5,4 15.50 m7-3m -SEED WHEAT SEED WHEAT- THESB ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE FACTS J You will think ot buying a Spring Suit or Overcoat soon, and we want von to fi,l m-Lr interest lies in buying. We ask yuu to vieit oub store an lwenr J-Sk Wa .h ?J " and present facts which cannot be properly stated in worS" S thJJJ tSu"" are cf interest to yonr pocket and aLo your personal appearance Sth these are matters for your care and attention. And now, when vou think of buvintr remember wa SutiIa mi, - w We can show'what We cannot tell. teeSrttS 7 consult yonr interest. CKOSS & IiINEHAN. Clothi. PiTPimi ' ' -tuu, N. C. I 500 BUSHELS 500 Pciiple Straw and Fulltz' Seed Wheat -FOR SALE by- JONES & POWELL. -WINTER OATS WINTER OATS- 500 1000 BUSHELS BUSHELS WINTER OATS 1 SPRING OATS 1 -FOB 8 AXE BY- JONES & POWELL. BUIST'S GARDEN SEEDS ! BUIST'3 GARDEN SEEDS ! The Best and Most Reliable on the Market I -FOR SALE BY- J. H AL, T OBBITT. AL. I30BBITT, DRUGGIST! RUG GIST! RALEIGH, N. C. For fine Cigars, Tobacco, Src, For Perfumery, Fancy Articles, &c, For Pure Drugs, Chemicals, &c.t For the Accurate Filling of Prescriptions, &c, For Surgeon's Supplies Bandages, Silk, Needles, Ac, And for everything else you may chane to need for rendering life less miserable, call to see J. HAL. BOBBITT, Druggist and Pharmacist. Cor. Fayetteville and S. Market Sts. -COAL! COAL! HISTORY ! LAW! Rev. Mr. Bennett, of New York, has been called to be rector of the Reidsville church. Rtv. W. L. Reany, lately of Reidsville. jjje j is now settled as rector of the Winston i rV n TKn fian f t t- nl o n T'o 4 V r f Vw uork of the church of ail denominations, preached two admirable sermons last and iu increasing power for good, must Sunday. be gratifying to every good citizen. If j The ladies of St. Phillips church in the church makosmen better it will mako j Durham received their new pastor, Rev. them moro intelligent and more useful j Chas- J. Wmgate, with a big pounding . ... .... ... 1 and cordial reception. citizens. In this light, a summary of the ; .iA, . A. . ha cff ia f 1 At the next convention of the Episco religiousnevssof the btate is not only . pal church tQ be held in TarboiIOFHon. interesting but of decided value. Be- j Kemp P. Battle is to read a paper on the ginning with this issue, the State Chron- j laymeu of the church in North Carolina if'i v will nnhlixh vprv KutwUv mnminv I in colonial times, and Rev. J. B. Cheshire m 0 fJ the best summary of the religious news in the State that can be obtained. We hall thank our fr.ends in all sections of the State to send us items for this de barment. Wo want to make it bright, interesting aud attractive to every reader. Jn tho preparation of this de partment wo shall have the assistance of prominent gentlemen in the different churches. In securing news of the Episcopal church we are promised every week tho help of Rkv. W. M. Clark, lector of the Church of the Good tShtpherd, and others; of the Christian church, of Rev. J. P. Barrett, of tho Christian Sun, and others; of the Metho- j c., is critically ill. is to read one on the colonial clergy. j Bishop Lyman preached from St. Mat-! thew XV-21 last Sunday in Asheville. j The Citizen says of the sermon: "The 1 bishop has lost, with his advancing j years, none of his power and force, and j nis wonaertuiiy strong voice ana im pressive delivery seem to have the same effect in holding his hearers that they ever had. It is impossible in words to convey the impression which the sermon produced on the congregation, added to it as there was tho impressive delivery and stirring voice of the speaker." THE METHODIST CHURCH. Rtv. Edward Howland is quite siek at Mr. O. D. Upchurch's, in Raleigh. Rev. W. C. Gannon, of Pineville, N. church, klv. F. L. Reid, editor of the Raleigh Christian Advocate, and others; of the Baptist church, Rev. 0. T. B.mlf.v, of the Biblical Recorder, Ms. N. B. Broughton and others. We have not yet made arrangements for securing ui J by ministers and laymen of the other denominations, but will do so before next Kmiday. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Tha walls of the main building for Klon College, in Alamance county, have been completed. Prom the rail road the structure presents a fine ap pearance. Tho Uev. .1. W. Wcllons, of Franklin tou, has Just held a series of revival meetings in his field. Now his churches have given him a month's rest. Tho now Christian church in Durham is doing well under uuder tho pastoral : ceedingly attractive Rev. P. L. Groome recently delivered two lectures in Davie county on his travels in the Holy Land. Mr. U. M. Asbury, of Hartland, N. C, now has the "buckeye" silver watch that once belouged to Bishop Asbury, and which was brought by the Bishop when he first crossed the water iu com ing to America. He values it above all his earthly possessions. bishop Duncan, of the M. E. Church, South, will dedicate a handsome new church at Forest Hill, Concord, on the first Sunday in April. It i3 one of the handsomest churches in the State and was mainly built by Capt. J. M. Odell and Mr. W. R. Odell, President aud Secretary of the Odell Manufacturing Company. Franklinton Methodists are to have a great Church festival March 28-30. The District Missionary Conference will be held there and the programme which will be published in a few days is ex- The Building of l.ihoiH of Rev. W. T. llerndou. M. D. i tne Missionary bnip by tne franklinton ,..,,. , - 4. I Bright Jewels on Saturday night will be Iho Chns,tiau Suu, the organ of the a beautiful feature of the occasion. CuruMan cnurcn in tne boutnern states, i Louisburg Times UUt CUWIUU 119 it III JCill. It 13 credit an to ex- the cellent newspaper and a denomination. Rev. Jno. A. Scott, of Randolph county, who was recently call-d to the pastoral chargo of a church iu Rocking ham county, Va., is doing well in his new field. Tho General Convention of the Chris tian Church, South, will meet May 2d at Franklin, Ya. Tnere are 18 delegates from North Carolina. The approaching eiion u one of great importance to the church. Mrs. Summerbell, of Ohio, has pre sented a set of tho published books of her late husband, the learned Rev. Dr. N. Summerbell, toElon College Library. Three persons were admitted to mem bership in the Christian church in Ral eigh last Sabbath. Several new houses of worship are be ing erected in Johnson county for the use of Christians. The Rev. C. J. Jones, D. D., who so pleased the people of Raleigh with his tiue sermons in the Christian church last October, is now pastor of the Chris tian church In the city of Norfolk, Va., where he is doing a good work. His many friends in Raleigh will be pleased to hoar of his success. The General Conference. The General Conference of the M. E. Church. South, meets in St. Louis, May 7th. It will remain in session about twenty days. It will decide upon read justing the boundaries of Conferences having territory in North Carolina, namely, the Virginia Conference having territory in Northeastern North Caro lina, and the Holston Conference having territory in Western North Carolina. The N. C. Methodists hope to secure all the territory lying in the Srate and then to carve out two Conferences, but if the territory is not ceded they ask for a di vision of the Conference as it is now constituted. The N. C. Conference will memorialize the General Conference to make several change in the law of the church. Among them: 1. To allow unordained ministers to administer the sacraments of the church when in charge of pastoral work. 2. To authorize the Joint Board of Finance to disburse the funds for super annuated ministers or their families ac cording to the term of service rendered by the ministers. 3. To change the law in reference to the organization of Boards of Missions, and to provide for a President of the Board to be appointed by the Bishop, upon consultation with the Presiding Elder selection to be made from the tion for more than thirty years, Twelve presbyteries of the Northern Presbyterian church, representing 499 ministers and 90,347 communicants, have voted against a revision of the Confession of Faith. Thirty-three presbyteries, representing 1,198 minis ters and 170,889 communicants, have voted for it. Rev. W. Morton, Synodical Evangelist, is in Raleigh this week, where he makes his headquarters. He has just returned from a preaching tour with fine results in the oounties of Bladen, Onslow and Pender. He held a very enthusiastic meeting in the interest of the evange listic work in Wilmington last Sunday. The General Assembly of the Presby terian church will convene at Asheville May 15, 1890. This is the highest court of any ecclesiastic body of this church. The States represented in the Assembly will be those known as South of Mason and Dixon's line. In them are seventy one presbyteries, three of which are newly formed. They are : Albemarle in North Carolina, Pee Dee in South Caro lina and Suwanee in Florida. The churches represented number 2,831, the ministers 1,145. There are 161,742 communicants, and the sabbath schools number 124,000 souls. Lsst year the total contributions reached the enor mous figure of $1,612,865. Y. M. C. A. Mr. F. II. Cota, the New Secretary of the Greensboro Y. M. C. A., was wel comed Thursday night. Addresses of welcome were made by Rev. Egbert Smith and Mr. S. A. Kerr. A friend at Kittrell writes: "Mr. L. A. Coulter, State Secretary Y. M. C. A., lectured here last night." Annual State Convention. The Annual State Convention of the Y. M. C. A. will be held at Goldsboro, March IUth 10th inclusive. It is ex j pected to be a big occasion. Three hun dred delegates are expected and the peo ple of Goldsboro will entertain them royally. Business men, pastors, young men, and college students, are invited. Addresses will be made by men who know how to speak. Reduced rates will be granted on the Rail Rroads. The ad dress of welcome will be delivered by Mr. J. Y. Joyner and responded to by Mr. W. A. Blair. C, K. O'oer, College Secretary, will tell of the wonderful work among the Colleges of the country. Rev. W. J. Erdmau, Prince of Bible St udents, will open the word. Rev. Thos. Hume, D. D., Chairman of the State Committee, will make a re port and addresses. E. L. Harris, Treasurer State Com mittee, will tell of the generosity of our people in supporting the State work. L. A. Coulter, the State Secretary will tell of growth all along the line. Addresses will also be made by Rev. P. H. Hoge, D. D., Prof. G. T. Adams, Mr. E. L. Harris, Mr. O. T. Smith, Mr. G. M. Busey. Mr. G. C. Harley, Mr. Geo. C. Worth, Evangelist Fife Mr. J. H. Southgate, Mr. R. B. Glenn, Mr. E. S. Tennent, Mr. II. P. Anderson, Mr. J. S. Carr, Mr. Lacy L. Little, Mr. H. C. Moore, Mr. G. S. Wills and Prof. H. L. Smith. UNDENOMINATIONAL. Rev. W. P. Fife, well known as the "drummer evangelist," is conducting a successful revival at Concord. The cold wavft is said to be coming and are ready for it with 500 Tons Anthracite, tseiie Hampton, (Jayton and Pocahontas Coal ! we j PHILOSOPHY ! SCIENCE ! I BOOKS FICTION ! WIT! I JONES & POWELL. PRE TTY FURNITURE 1 MAKES COSY HOMES ! SCHOOL BOOKS! Sunday-School Books, Gift Books, Juvenile Books, Blank Books. -ANT ORDER PROMPTLY FILLED DI- HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE ! -AND- ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., The North Carolina Book and Stationery Supply Houhc. A.Q, RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day by the liberal teims they offer on all kinds of FUKJJITUltE I Fancy Chairs! Hall Hacks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! -:o:- BOOKS FOR BUSINESS! BOOKS FOR FUN! :o:- Chambor Suits, complete, in great variety. Broken Suits provided if desired. SPECIALTIES IN FANCY STATIONERY. COMPLETE BUSINESS OFFICE OUTFITS OF BOOKS, PAPER; INKS, WAX, MUCILAGE, STANDS, ERASERS AND EVERYTHING ELSE. Visiting Cards and Gift and Memento Cards without limitation in to variety and beautv. Complete catalogiie free on application. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., RALEIGH, N. C. Wo "(rill accommodate you aiid please you if you will let us, We have too many th'ings to talk about. Come and see them ! It will be like going 10 a fair. A. G. EHODV.S & CO., No. 5 E. Martin St. No 10 Exchange Place. LI DGEHS ! EDGERS ! D B OOKS! OOKS ! FOR RENT! A large splendid 2-8torv residence on Tlilla- boro street, water connection, bath room, stables, iVc. Neighborhood one of the very besi in the city. Prices moderate, Six-room cottage, C09 Hillsboro street, will be for rent March 1st. This ia a neat, well arranged, small house, and in one of the best parts of the city. Price $15.00. Six-room, two-story house, 220 E. Lenoir street, at $9.00. Four-room cottage on Johnson street, near Peace Institute, at $8 33. Four-room cottage ou E South street, $8.33. Three-room house, W. South street, near the Rex Hospital grounds, $5.00. JOURNALS, BLOTTERS, &c. Fok 1890 ! Fob 1890 ! Four room cottage on below Centennial school. Favetteville street $8.33. Two room office corner Person and Martin street. Nice p)ace lor a small family. $0.00. 1 Large comfortable offices ! street near Yavlxiro house. on Favetteville THE Usins We Manufacture VERY BEST OF BOOKS the Latest Patents for Flat Opening and for Desk Rests ! Book-keepers who propose to open NEW LEDGER FOR 1890 Should leave their orders at once ! J. M. BROUGHTON & CO. Reaij Estate Agents Raleigh, N. C. Loans on Real Estate Negotiated ! Rents Collected ! Tenants Supplied, Etc. ! City and Country Property Bought and Sold 1 3Office over Lee, Johnson & Co's drug store, opposite the postoffice. ESTABLISHED 1875. All classes of Commercial Printing done at short notice. EDWARDS & BROUGHTON, Printers, Binders and Blank Book Manufacturers, Raleigh, N. C. Phone 28- 16 Hargett St D. T. JOHNSON, AGENT, BANANAS, APPLES AND ORANGES ROYAL- A. E. XORDAN J ORDAN- GROCER ROCER GROCER ROCER AND AGENT FOB- DR. KING'S ROYAL GERMETEUR ! The Best Blood Remedy Ever Offered I It is a Germ Destroyer, a'nd cures by killing me living germs 01 disease in the blood. It is admitted that ninety-nine ol vry hundred diseases are germ diseases. That being true, this remedy affect the ninetv nine. It hatt been tried and proven to do aa is elaimed. Number of certificates from people in and around Raleigh that have tried it, and ah recommend ita use. Tis perfectly harm less; any baby can use it. Wend for circular ana see what those that have tried it about it. say E. F. W?S & CJON, k3 ON, 109 E. Martin St. 109 E. Martin St. RALEIGH, N. O. RALEIGH, N. O tl AN V FACTURERS AND DEALERS IN -HARNESS AND SADDLERY HARNESS AND SADDLERY op EVERY. DESCRIPTION. OF EVEBT DESCRIPTION. JAMES McKIMMON & CO., JAMES McKLMMON & CO., 133 FAYETTEVILLE STREET AND 5 HARGETT ST House Blankets Hokse Blankets Horse Blanket -BUY -BUY THE THE BEST-BEST- Horse Blanket LAP ROBES AND LAP APRONS LAP ROBES AND LAP APRONS IN VARIETY. IN VARIETY. IN VARIETY For Rent ! The store, No. 216 Fayetteville street. For merly occupied by J. L. Stone as a furniture and musio store. Possession given imme diately. For terms apply to Wm. B. Grimes or F. J. Haywood. -2-21-lm -P'e Have Just Received a Fiill Line of Peteb Henderson's We receive weekly large consiimments. of Fruits and Vegetables, and can give lowest prices at wholesale or retail. FLOUR We receive direct from tho mills Gambrill's Patapsco Suxerlative OrangeGrove, and American Mills Co , Liberty A Mann. Our prices are as low as the lowest. HAMS, SIDES AND SHOULDERS! The est that can be bought, always in stock. Canned (toods ! Sauces ! Catsups, &a N. C. canned Peaches, first quality Toma toes, Worcestershire Sauce, korth of England Sauce and lino Tcmato catsup. These are fresh goods, received and opened this week. COFFEE 1 TEAS AND SUGARS ! j Leading varieties, best goods, lowest prices. i Chickens, Eggs and Fresh Country Butter. We receive daily consignments and can guar antee fresh goods and low urices. Orders GAIlDEN SEED GARDEN SEED ! should be sent in one day or more ahead o! delivery, t resh Roasted Peanuts daily. PURITAN POTATOES ONION SETS ..Everything Pertaiiing to the Garden -JAMES "JAMES McKLMMON & McKLMMON & CO.-CO. FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS At my stall in city market. Shad, chub, Perch, Herrings, Ac, received daily. Orders lelt at my store promptly filled. line cigars. Tobacco and Snuff. Plain and Fancy candy. Phone 28. D. T. JOHNSON, Aot. A. EZ. JORDAN Next to Citizens' Bank. 1 Have a Nice Line or Heavy and Fancy Groceries And can fill your orders for anything in tiiw grocery line. All fresh and new good, and at aa reasonable prices aa any house in our city. NICE LOT Chickens, Eggs, Sweet and Irish Potatoes ! Apples, Dried Fruits, Butter, A. 43Carcful Attention and Prompt Delivery Guaranteed. IVIortg&gre Hale. Under and by virtue of power of salo con tained in a mortgage from T. L. Banks and Herselia Banks to the undersigned, daU-d January 4th, 1SS4, and recorded in book TJ, page 242, Register of Deeds' office for Wak countv, I will, on Wednesday, April 2d, at 12 o clock m., at the court bouae door in Raleigh, sell, for cauh, at public auction, the following lands therein described : Fikst Tbact Lying on Panther Branch, in Panther Branch Township, containing 119 acre, being the land conveyed to T. L. Bank and Herseha Banks by Susan A. Banks, by deed recorded in book 40, page 256, in office of the Register of Deeds for Wake county. Second Tract Adjoining the lndsof Susan A. Banks, T. L. Banks, G. A. Turner, W. G. Banks and others, in . Tonroship, containing 123 acres, more or lest. Thibd Tract In Township, adjoining the lands of T. R. Banks and other, containing about 17 1-5 acres, being the land conveyed to said T. L. Banks by Alfred Row land, by deed recorded in bookG4, page LOO, in liegister's office for Wake county. Foxbth Tract In Township, containing about 10 acret, being the land con veyed to said T. Lk Hanks by Husan A. Hanks, by deed recorded in book 40, page 538, Regis ter of Deeds' office for Wake county. Fifth Tract Adjoining the lands of said T. L. Banks, Thos. A. Crovder and J. H. Jones, on the Fayetteville road, bewtr the same conveyed to said T. L. Banks by G. A. Turner, by deed recorded in beok 40, page 205, in the Register's offioe for Wake county. J. 8. WTNNB, Ouardian, Mortgagee. Strtag, Gray A Stamps, Att'ys. S- Mm