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STATE CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1890.
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' .' lit I . i if V. '.. or T ttf !DW.ti." It."; utfor
Till: TIM Nini i i;;' ATW (u; ' ' ' -!vn ly. tHr el! Wiaf-t-lo
X. -(. f ; r. , ; ' . . . S H r.il't Crib LIA
Durh-HM V, ill Ac -.ie-co it. a JY51 ! I'v ivan wo v.-iue this i-tior. We :,
Mfiu4 ol th J,..iv.:--:r. j:..:., : !;'!. on: o-.vi: i.irsou.-i k".v!e-V.e ' f
(iit Durham omLoii. MATTER OF liLCO.N'illiK'.tA I
W'.l.L M',',-T 'K'tTAIXLY IT, RAISED, m;, we I
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ti : . :. i: : ... ; . .
inert' is HiiiL i !IIv::m-m i. a ....,. i ,ril ,i, , .. r ..
. ....... , mat i:riv uitlUUCr OI ' U'1 i
thro.igliom the State in io.w! the Ro.ud vV:. Polk not excepted) will bo j
Haptt-d I'.-ihvr-iiv. TI; C'u;:. .nk'I. vs 50'cy.ent, either in person or by proxy i
iivul-.s are nli iutc'ivsted in th- mhci j .:'i:.lt his iirox.v vvUl admitted.,, j
nf ,,. , , . ,1 I-,,:,., , ..... ,. . I aJ U'-cido hutdly and satisfactorily this
roposals For Sand NEW, HANDSOME AND STYLISH CLOTHING !
CROSS & LINEMAN,
t-i-1:',1. iulrllA,4 j ' Kiately, of clean sharp sand for paving .
iJAll l OA iiRIxV(jrlJiS purposes, to be delivered as required, A new store with the 1 3-cst and xo.r. .'onvoirknt ?.rr;ii.-c:mr.t. A new r-t-x-k
I , along the line cf street paving, on North clothing and furnishing goods j ust c.n?iug in. A n w way i s 1 1 in bv i,:v-
WK IIAVK BOLT! I IT
iv caimiiai;e-
Proposals w ill be received by the Street
Committee othe city of Raleigh until six
o'clock p. ra.. Mondav. March 17th. lm.
lor furnishing 7lo cubic yards, approxi- 10 Fayetteville Street
b;
tho'''fotv s'.ok to k rp n. p.-;. d :
;u to .ill tbo liilorm nion i !i .1 c
obiaiuvd aboat i; .
Tbo full'jvit'i i . S lie full U t i t tbo
p;o' for a nuoti!::' of thy Tiun'.o ::
Hf.iitsvn.i.F, 0.. Mivr-'i :o. '!;).
To tlu-. lbUondjle rif.-idi at. (?f ;iu- l' a"d
of 'iius'ots of thf Uipli-t I'eaiaU; (.,'!
leo of Nirth C'aroliii.i, Vl. L. I..
I'hi.k:
VllK.lKAS, Slibrl'ip! jo.;, to- i!f co!! :o
o;irs t ruly,
John F. fc'niEKCK,
L'hairiiian Duiham Committee.
E;or.:i for Evfjivhodv
Or;; Fikst .Siiuif.nt Has Bef.x Maie.
THE STYLE,
THE FINISH,
THE DURABILITY,
IS AIJ. lilGHT
I Tjil I'cio-'. WTi.r. i:r; Lowek Th.vn Ever
iiii h Shows That ?Io is in a (aod 2
!ii!!iir About Trinity.
( Duibatu Lohe.)
Offered Heue.
t
ing the prices like the customers want them.
THESE ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE FACTS !
Wilmington. Jones and Halifax streets.
The right to reject part or the whole of
any bid is reserved.
(r. E. IEACH.
mhll-lw Cmm'n Street Com. You will think ot buying a Spring Suit or Overcoat oon, aud we want mhi to fin-l w h. re v.ur
interest lies in buying. We ask you to visit oi n store and ceo our stock. Y can shov,"
ana present tacts whien cannot he properly stated in word-. And thes fa. t-
II I are tf interest to your pocket and also jrotir personal appearance, lk-th
j these are matters for your" cure and attention.
And now, when you think of buying remember we invite ton to consult v..r,r mtei est.
We can show what we cannot tell, lie member this.
wborcvmuiy hm,r ncvl o o, a, .id I j h - n ,; h!0ri. ..uimfrv r; lni!vhad
mvr a:vld,do. m- ), ru b,h.o .? uy,X((e?,m, f0v' dinnef. A
... . , . , . . , (tat ivoy wum M.'.'il to n i.l ; r j - v t t unu s
sf4io?bh .'.ti l WKb'Vi': dtvav, f .ero:('o (., , !,- -.
Mr. V. I)ttke, when :;?ked what be g We know what the people want and we
t bought of I ho t)ro--p'ot of tbo removal S have bought Carriages that will
or i riiiifv Uo!!o;:e n; ! )iir!)ata, uinstraterl
suit their taste
I
THOMAS H. BRIGGS & SONS
THOMAS II. BRIGGS & SONS
We are sales agents for Ice from the Raleigh CROSS & LINEMAN, Clothier. RALEIGH, N. C.
ice lactory and are uow ready to till orders
at wholesale and retail, from rive lbs. to one
'""""'-u tuna m uesi tpiamy anu ai low raiea. HXSTOIi.Y '
JOXF.S & POWELL.
LAW!
PHILOSOPHY !
SCIENCE 1
FICTION !
WIT !
.toy
IIHII
mil
Odin and Sals kk
i
i
sbtu tuvr. TI".; boy taviud lonb', and
? 'he yonng i.'tdies of the 'coij.-c': old ap-i-!'Ied
to the r.Id farmer in thfirol.s'.reps.
'lX:ver tnind, gal.?," sai l he, "rlio sheep
will cotiiO."
we, th - U'.der. i ;.l 1 3 111 :!)r! ol til '
H itird !' -sp ct'Mlly ask y.:u . i . e i; ;.
i:i ' tir 'It 11 :i;! :.t W.d.e K;ist ;ii
the c -''.. h ur.st.iii-, for t bar ptf
p. s .
psined' (. A Ki)M!oi:i:.
1). i Kino,
W II. tbVAl.TSEY.
...... i
r t v w i
ii. Jl. :.iak-u.
.J. M. CrjMtu:
I'nder date of V. ;reh 1 1 1 li. IU. C. A. . Havi:.;c etpiipi-ed our shop with new and
1'iiproveii n.o'.s, we are iiri i-areC to do an
litiMtNOKIl, heen.fa: V OI : he l.o.t: t. .TO:o , K,:i.!;- of maehitie work in a 1irst-cl:iis and
PiAIKIGH, N. C.
liAL.Eiafi, N. C.
?
J IT
mi mmi, mi ei mi
Vtf t i
II S?. 3JAUTIN STREET.
N,
to Col.. Pol.K, l'to-:il . lit, ;:s foll.w-; :
1 have lioaid t'm:ii itiT" iv-'-v t-f
meit.bei.s in u-p; t'. -e to hy U-rha-..!
cirtti! ir. Tbei" i- -H- - iti;ra- t o.i a;..'
Uhc'.rtaiurv iti tb :nbid : of n; ia tv
her., of the i f . S. 1 r;.::H
a pit i n ft-r a c .li.tl la.erin -?vt 1 -ret
'itsi-i Iff. but f tuvt t'n -ro -ukI.x in: ;i
better tintictslar.-ii:;;:, r.i i ir" tb y'o.k
i-s b.- :.'o on, tl.a' tiie bn-dlire:! in l) i
tiibrbt fool tb.it :i!ey eon Id .-.dvatn-.--ai'
ly.
And s) Oh l'"'-. called the meeting
a! Wake Fotv t March C.bh. It will by j
an interesting i:ivetii!4, and v.e trust a
b trni.)!ii.)U.; and s iti i'.i .tory one. In
.tltt'.Tto the litstee.5, Mr. .Limn V.
s itr.M ix, cl.uirtn: n cf tb. Da'-bain
r.); : ; wrote:
Ts' sppnion ol 1. cation wiil cerie.inl;
b. r d--;ii at W-'.ke Forest, and we m ice
ov ;y Ti i d' e to be pre-ent, ?o that.
!H ''iv r may bo ettlod r- i L".-: r i '
I .';. .in xi!l aeo.uie wi'h a majority
t !' i'.o tnil r.o.ud.
Tno :'o:h)'oin;1j;, :r fr.nu Mil. J-'ciinN'civ
c. p;; ;i;s its .It :
liu iiains rooitioii M'alod.
In -iiiam. N. C.
Mavca i?ih. IS:)).
To T;tn Lii -v.; :' Tin: mat" i'i:!L iN
i' t.r, :
I n you'." i-.--r.e of tb.4 wo noticed
a i o: unu'Ve 'ti-ui freni C--!. P- :k t alen
lii. '1 'oordiijo tb. i :si : ; r. . : : t! ir.v
n kni n-likt in, inner, and ;.s elteap as lirst-
ei.i.-s v.'fvU can he done anywhere.
(!erh.;rthng an-1 repairing engines a spe-
Ikm. WOOD & PARK
b.O.g til ;-t-i'h:ss y-'.iluml I ) '. 1 1 t'telllselvi s is
:t siuiioietit gu.iraut.-e.
i,000 pairs Men's Shoes from 1.00 a
pair up, at
WOOLLCOTT cv SON'S.
1,000 p'lirrj Ladie3' Shoes from 75c. a
pair up, at
WOOLLCOTT A SON'S.
UiYJJ T!EEi"I A TRIAL-' Pai,s shoes f"i ooc. a
pair up, at
We have purchased the liverv ami snip, shi- ;
bles ow ned by G. W. Wynne, and enlarged the J
oauiT wan some tine Horses, Uuggies, e.,
which are for hire to responsible and careful 1
people at reasonable rates.
SCHOOL BOOKS!
Sunday-School Books, Gift Books, Juvenile Books, Blank Books.
BOARDING.
As we buy feed ia !arge lots from first hands ;
at lowest cash prices, wo are prepared to I
board stock on the best the country affords at
kock bottom prices, and guarantee good at- !
tention.
-ANY OTIDEK PKOMITLY FILLED 1ST-
ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO.,
The North Carolina Rook and Stationery Supply House.
:o:-
Those wishing to to purchase horses are j
solicited to call on Mr. Holder, our Superiu- j
tendent, at Wynne s old stand.
BOOKS FOR BUSINESS! BOOKS FOR FUN!
-:o:-
liihiMv
lOi WY-; St., UAiei-h, i. C.
-NOW IS THE TIMlv
-NOW IS TilK TIM Iv
g 1, El : HALL ?.:
XI. ' EUUALL I
-Guocnus
-(H10CKH8
U).
,-'0.
sit; ail
SH.i AR
tin.
I Can s-ell Grainilate-l S.:;;af vt rv ho,v
I hart't 1 and at retail. Other ougaru at corrc-
spondingly low prices.
WOOLLCOTT Ai SON'S.
1,000 Tails Misses' Shoes from "c.
pair up, at
WOOLLCOTT A SON'S.
3,000 V.o d - C alico llemuants at ; 3-4 cents
a yard, at
WOOLLCOTT fw SON'S.
3,0',-i) Yards Vhito Cloth at 4 1-2 cents a
yard, at
i OOLLCOTT A- SON'S.
11 E. Martin St.
Telephones. Stables No. 95, Store No. 41, ;
Wood, Coal and Lumber Yard No. 71. i
JONES & POWELL I
AUCTION SALE OF LAND.
SPECIALTIES IN FANCY STATIONERY. COMPLETE BUSINESS OFFICE
OUTFITS OF LOOKS, PAPER, INKS, WAX, MUCILAGE, STANDS,
ERASERS AND EVERYTHING ELSE.
Visiting Cards and Gift and Memento Cards without limitation as to variety and beauty.
Complete catalogue free on application.
Hi.
i-.trou sr.
-FLOUIl-FLOUR-
oai.
tr.'." tit "4 in
Po nd sii' i't : -t I
a? be. I for o' ta- :.1 ' o
oi
-U." i-!o.
Wc b-ive 'id :'.!v:iys I...-.-;) one of the finest
p.; . !' ur n: the in:-: ke. V-e won l.l eall
' :i" vi .- 1- - Y - !!.-.- V
III m 1IM1 STOCK.
i nve .just returned t-otn I he N crth-
liy virtue of power conferred on me by j
a certain deed of trust executed by Hil- I
liard T. Smith, which is duly recorded in
Registry of Wake county, N. C. in book j
No. S:j page 4'al, as well as by direction of '
said Smith, I will on Monday, April 7, j m
lb'JO, at 12 o'clock m., at the courthouse ; i
door in the city of Raleigh, N. C, offer'
tor sale to the highest bidder for cash, all ;
the property in said deed described, being tt EDGERS 1 "TTV AY T OOKS
one tract of land in Houses' Crsek town-! I ii'nnvtJQi I Jav ISnrn.'cji
ship containing about 60 acres, one 10- j J-UbKk ! JA JJOOKS!
horse-power Tanner Engine; one Boss ;
Cotton Press; one Centennial Cotton Gin
and hxtiues. B F. MONTAGUE, JOURNALS, BLOTTERS, etc.
Raleigh, March , "JO. Trustee. : '
ar'J' ; Foi; 1890 ! Foil 1800 !
THE CELEBRATED
- O AN ACE A AT7ATER ,
- I AN ACE A ATER
ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO.,
RALEIGH, N. C.
-ROYAL-
GERMETEUR !
-A.. E. Joli
PAN
OHD AN
GROCER
ROCER
( 1 ROCER
J RnCEK
-AND AdENT Ii:
-We Manvfactit.e-
THE VERY BEST OF BOOKS
DR. KING'S ROYAL GERMETEUR I
The Pv st Lloo.l llemcdy I'.ver UiV. r. d : It is
a Genu l) stroyer, and chits l.y kil'ii'.g
the living gerns of dis- Mrti
in the l'hjt id.
no i
for .i.o Mtii
ioiet;t!i of lot. itien, vm 1 U at tha.t
tj't' Mi-;v will not ootue r.p. lu jiyir.:;
to "pievetit ini.-appft'!-. -..-ion' ho cro
alt.s ii. or s-ijs u ly to cre-.r;-it.
d; n i e .oIoia! toat tie: dod.siou
t'l.f fl;. m- a
:.t:,ta . o.
Al.s- lutelv a Wonder in Curing Stomach, T. . , . . . . .. ......
t;jwel, Kidney, Liv-r and Cutaneous , L6UIS the L-test stents tor ilat Opeuinj
..1 o r. v.i T' i ,o v
: ! t i n Markets with Uio largest and
t.r t.i iu- nail.
I a: i.'.;u'iv- l i'iti.'. i.
SrNL.C.lIT' Kl.OUU is good and warn.nied
to give -tvtisl'.WMi.'n.
ivst a-s'j.toaent of Imported Sl'JllWG
i, toe q'r-.-iti ei oi ioci-vauaaou '" ri.-ht.
t he S' 'f t. oi ,i .".;t oi' the failed inictrag t r
wo t 'at!:: tt. ie it i-s h MAIN oljtet. I'..-cau-o
'. ohj..e!: i ti(' ex:vssly and
j.i. oiiy .afd iu the r?qae.-t. tor a called
in -'-x is uo pi-.iiUi)P!i.tp. that it dee--1
1 : t x',t, for no special obj- et was there
Mti d, but. ii-i Col. 1'olk .s;ys, th.e re
ov st that the liiceuag was
called ' to coti.siiU i' .sticai in alters as may
h;.st:a the pitef uiiou of the work."
K -o'l-siderattott may ea-ily t'O iaelu.iod
in this indefinite expression under the
prevailing eii'euin.-ttiuei's. The o.ue.tiori
of h.eii.-a tttid the tUo-tioii oi' lit.atiees,
.so latiiii itely connected in tins j ar
fi'j dar :. i.-a, mils! Ihialiy .s.;r i !od hj
foio the- ";.i .eftiti'?i of the work"' ear
!. h isr m l.
It Mraaio tiovt Col. Polk .-T-ould ho
lab); n' i;i.dvr an imoi-e.-sien whia.t, w
daiu .-ay, none cf theo'ln r tni.-ioes have
hatl. .surely he kt:0vs that this meeting
h i.i b. e.i ealled m reso.-.nso to a ruian
fro a tin' people T l)n; h im, a.-Uiaj not
o;dy for;. ci lied me-. tint: bu" rot: a ta.oo- i
sfoMl; M les OK TlIK ;Utsi ION ol- I.' A I IoN
In I he not j;t r u e-;p of it-owi io:. ' j
We v-iit evo'h tru-lei- a : jy a.. I ve .-ca, j
hint two What oth.'i obj ct eoa'd ; 'i. ;
Tr. !'. m !;avo lor ".ih aga rt e-1 .-o i
soon afo r their t:s.-r but to do' id-? p I
m.tf., tit i . and if l-o-sible1. iti-oo -.oi ...v !
a tjiio-.' to.-, ol.'ic'.. ha--, provoked : o inv.-.t,
th. a i ti ;t:id b d lo.Sii!;.', and -xl.h U
will eoi.Houo to do s . ii. to ..'');:!'. i
l: I !ii-v i..ive a i ooia'.o t : -!
AM) i 3I3ir.:i SlUTIN'tSS ever offer-
lloMt; MILL;-, a g...od Flour, very cheap.
Small lot North Carotin:. Flour, i-.ath-m Wake i:i tii city ot SJaSeigli. My terms
e-atuty to our order, and we guar ait tee it all
GAMP.'.IiLL'S PATAPSCO Superlative and
Orange Flour, a.-' low a.s the lowest.
;!io ( ASH, which will enable me to
sell those goods at astonishingly low
SEED IRISH PoTATOES-
Pui e -'-, -k Early Pose an 1 Pcerh .?.. We
can make I-over prices hy the barrel. Write
lor i-riees.
:'imiTrs. Co;r,o early and make your
sf Jretioa hi fore my Stock has hoen
pickrd ovrr.
AlVections.
M dvi Appetizer, Tonic and Blood Purifier.
F lkasant ! Harmless 1 Reliable !
and for Deek Itetsts !
Book-keepera who propose to open
A NEW LEDGER FOR 1800!
Shonld leave their orders at once !
.Pleasure taken in Showing Stock and
se
bar..'!'!; c tnind i. ;::.d : . . 1 t!ie
o phsioum ;itav an elegant ami satis-
bo'torv outfit can he had at small cost
Iteeo ntnended ty eminent physicians and i
er dorsed by many distinguished gentle-
men for its rare and extraordinary !
efficacy.
i
Fir- I sa for Children and Adults. Try it :
and be convinced. ; "
FOR SALE BY- ' ,
' All closes oi Commercial Printing done a'
'VtO
MeKlMMON.
for
f ye
EDWAlii be& BKOUGHTON,
It' i our druggist docs not Leep it, send $4.00 ' . . . , ufflf "to mt
r ??F, O. B. to Printers, Binders and t 7f rt
It is admittvil that ninety-nine ot vei y
hundred disear-es arc germ d:s.a-s. 1 hat
being true, this remedy a'.Veet- l ie ninety
nine. It has been tried and pro., i; t jo as
Claimed. Number certilii at. s . t -i ' jh
in ami around Uah-ith that have tried i', and
ab reeomnif -ml its u.-e. 'Tin p r;--i-i ly harm
less; any bahy can use it. .Send Jer en 'uhii s
and see what those that h;te Oie.l it .s.(y
ah"iit it.
John A. Williams,
Blank Book Mann fa
Oxford, N. C.
Head Agency for U. S. A. 2-L0-3t
liaiaiA. i, C.
A. E. JORDAN
Next to Citizens" 15.mk.
1 II.wi-: a Nn a: Link or
Heavy and Fancy Grocer- -
And can till your orders for anything in thf
grocery line. All fresh and hew goods,
":id at as reasonable pricey as any
house in our citv.
-NICE LOT-
, WKETUOB,
3! V.KVnAST TAILOU,
I 11 Fa yet Seville St.
T LEIGH AND GASTON BAILliOAD.
V r effer-t Sunday, Dec. 2v, 1889, at 9 i
a. m
TUAIN8 MOVING XORTH
No. 52.
Fast F't and Pass.
AUCTION SALE OF LAND.
MONDAY. THK T t DAY OF
i'V !1 I? TTT.3' r !
. -i ...... , ii -
a vl iai, i -.'-.(, :o i ,;i , we v. ii e.i)Oie
ler be.ie to the hhrhtsr. oidder for cash, at
the eo-o t' o-is.' door in the cit". of Raleigh,
'.he foK-'wiior pro, city;
last. O .e 'ii.o,' of hind in House's Creek
to.-vushi.t. a-'joiriiitu- the- ieiuis ol Ander
, !' ;;.' is i(. Stiiith and S. II. Smith,
.imiig, ' acres ' ore or
vM. t irie ino' colo-etl male.
a-i. 're half iotereat in one 10 horse
power Tanner ei.giiie; o.;e Ross Cotton
'i-hees: one Centeiu-dl Cotton Gin with
!1 the sdnattiugx, pulley?, -Xrc., thereto-
be . ' :."ri n
Thiss de is made i-y virtue of the powers
jlven us in three niort.cca.ses by Milliard
Daily ex. Sun.
Lea" Ualeigh . . 7 00 pm
Mill Brook 7 40
Wake S 25
Frauklinton... . '.) 04
Kittreil !) 35
Ilendersan 10 05
Warren Plains 11 10
Ubtcon 11 25
Am A'' ldon 1 20 am
A WATCH KEY.
No. 3S.
Pass. .t Mail
Pailv ex. San
g m a True Story of tlie Great
Kiclimoiicl Tragedy.
12 27 p m
12 3j
12 51
1 W
1 44
1 52
2 55 p n1
A ISTOVEL BY IvERK
PRICE T0 CENTS.
TKONS MOVING SOTJTD.
No. 41. No -3.
Pa-s. and Iail. Fa.st F't,. A- P,v,
Diilvex.Suu. Daily ex. Sun Case. All who Have Read the Sad
1 40 a n Story of that Young Man's End (Should
This is a New Novel hy a North Caro
lina Lady Founded Upon the Cluverin-
' .' ' ! r " , 1 ; "v 8A tV7 Ji - Y smith, and recorded in theoilice of the
M'. v.f s ;m able maa to i-:v :n -u- . . Ke-it r of Deeds for Wake county in
1 ..M.ai.t It: el, aad triey aave oatras . d i Ot?' jCAV Spi'lll lOt!r I p,.av to rac-f. ise book 103, pacce?34, book
I !i" " p .'S'.'l'.i ' .a ot Kit) c,
to tloaii. Nea vlak. ni; ol I .1
"Tua'ter it t hat. ne.ee.--' ate.-- .so, -a
a'i v iy :nvti;i4 of the Hoard?
.11 olu't ihey bfto r wait, till ti;-; foura'.a
tt o of th.-ir baiio'i ag is l.iid & b'vtov
?i y v.u a '.o a : . t va aPr inirtor d
: urtt nf.w -
Wideh lor e,tyl-, ti'jish anil tjoaliiy is n't
siiraasseO. by any s3.0i) itat on the
rearket.
i . i -blif
!
;
" t
e e 'el be tie.:- obj o j
' : i .) a-, .-a:;ici's at to sho.
' M. t , i; g l ; t ,a r-'t hut t;
I K
'-' I - ! H 1' -ell ,-ho.V w I )ac IV t
S HI
. I ,
i: la ;h.f tirioa tor asking an
i at!;. M)e" I itig, i.-, 1 h.- r';.e; tli.it lor .-etb-
aLTijai ; s I .;', ' I'altdtro on i.c.vt A, rd
1st. V,ar did C-d. I'oik think l);V
hi.:,.'!!.' Why did th it ijicr, t:ake it nee
es; try to rt-1 a navim so eatly? Is it
ii't bteau-.e tr-.aro i--, a ipT!ion yet iu the
mil .os of tlioso i'i ti.stv.es as to wiuisRsub
feripltotf, shall I"' accepted, K ilf-igh'tJ or
I)arhaLo'sr: Ai,':Mii why the nicot
ine !iot etdled to convene at Ilal
eiicli, where the iaatiuniou id to
be builtr Wliy didn't thoy ask to meet
iu luirhaui or Oxford ? Was it not bo-ea'i.-e:
thU (Uies-io'i of recon.-ideration
was looked forward lo aud it wa.s deem
ed be.st to hold the meeting outside o a
coinpetiu town
Now, after till, were not the contents
of the request for a new meeting, taken
. iu toniuetiou with all that Col. IV. k
"V must hau heard, enough to couvince
,sthn that the rnaiu object of tho meeting
to rocou-iider the 'uiestioii of location '(
ictiot, wc daresay that he is aloue iu
.lymiunderstanding.
JCol. i'olk's letter may cause some of
L trustees to believo that tho matter oi
ifousidcratio'. will net bj brought up
tho tnetrtiu oi mo ioaiu, uv4
n 7 . yXi
CLOTHIERS UMA TTERS
tea ? .
K(i page 230. LATTA iV AlYAri,
Uahifrh, March o, ';nj. Mo;tgagees.
jnaro-
AUGT10N SALE OF GiTY PROPERTY.
By virtue of power conferred on ms by
a certain deed of trust, executed by M.L.
nes and wife, wh'ch is duly recorded
in Registry of Wake County, in Book No.
1)2, on l'a.ge 723, I will oiler tor sale at the
' oortkor,se door in Raleigh, N. C, on
Monday, April 7th, 1S00, at 12 o'clock m.,
the jirooerfy in said deed of trut de
scribed 'and known as the residence of
-, dd Ilaynes, located on North Swain St.,
between New Kerne Avenue and East
Kdeuton St., in the city of Raleigh, N. C.
Terms of sale cash.
B. F. MONT AG I" E,
Mar.-.h , W3. Trustee.
marU
Lea "eldon 12 20 a ni
Macon 1 15 3 37
Warren Plains 1 23pni 3 52
Henderson 2 07 5 04
Kittreil 2 23
l'rankiinton 2 40 6
Wake... 3 02 6 48
Mill Brook 3 25 7 32
Arriv t Ualeigh 3 40 8 00 a m
Chickens, Eggs, Sweet and Irish Potatoes !
Apples, Dried Prints, Butter, -.
y Care fnl Attention and Prompt Diivi-rv
Cuaiantced.
Under and b virtue of p..wer ol s;de eu
tained in a neu tgat trout T. L. Banks un.l
Ilerst lia Bunks to the und iigw-d, l.it d
January 1th, lhil, and recorded in I k 7'.,
pa-e 212, Itegister ot Deed" ..lfe-e h-r W:ik.
comity. I will, on V dnehtv. Apnl 2d. lV'i,
at 12 o'clock in., at the court hotir-e door u,
Ualeigh, si ll, lor ea.-h, at jmhlie auction, r,.
following lands thert-iu d erih d :
l'n..sr 'I'.aAOT -Lying on Panther Branch, .:,
Panther Branch Tow n. -hip, 'ii'.iiniu. lia
acres, being the laiel eoi,v m 1 to T. L. Bank
and llerselia Banks hv Saait A. Banks, hv
I det 1 recorded in b ,k lo, page 2o, iu othc-
of the Begister of Dee.ls f, r W.i!. uitv.
Read this Story. It is Praised by all J Sr, omtuact -Adj.an.ng the Vind-oi 'si -sat.
who have read it. t A. P.ntks, T. L. Banks, (i. A. 'Jut:;, r. V.'. (i.
COMMENTS OF THE PItl.SS.
Davidson Disi'ATCH: The author shows
a deep insiglit into human nature. Her
portrayal of the thoughts, tie cares and
sorrows ot a wife and mother is particu-
LOUISBUBG BAILUOAD.
No. Leaves Louisburs at 11.00 a.m., and larly tine.
arrives at iranklmton at ll.4a a. m
No. 41. Leaves Franklinton at 2.45 p.m., and Lkxinotox Leogkh: From beginning
arrives at Louiiburg at 3.30 p. m. to end it is clothed in choicest language,
JOHN C. WINDElt, Gen'l Manager. chaste and ornate rhetoric.
Wil . SMITH, Superintendent.
Wn.MiXfiTON Messkxgep.: The story is
entertaining and elevating in character.
A M.'.lfS-TT AVTl ATflTTSlTA A Tlf-TTMIT I T?
1 eftVrt Sunday, Dec. 20, 1889, at 9 a.'m . STATESVI LLE LANDMARK: The interest
' is thoroughly well sustained throughout
GOING SOUTH.
Banks and others, in
1 o'. n!iip.
ESTAliLISIIED
Vj. 1: . Wyatt lj Oon
10.) T. MnTiN Sr.,
1U0 E. .Uaiitin- St.,
! UALEIGH, N.
UALEICill, J
St AN IT FACT U II t Ui A N D l'KAI.KrtS IV
-HARNESS AND B ADDLE 11 Y--HARNESS
AND h' ADDLE RY-
OV EVKlir DESCaiPTIOX.
OF KVEIiY DESCel'TION.
House Blankets
House Blankets
House Blanket?
HOKSE B LAN EI
ASiCTlOS SALE 0FFARM1HS LANDS,
By virtue of power conferred on me by
o certain deed of trust, executed by Aus
tin Milmove and wife, which is duly re
corded iu Registry of Wak county, in
iW.nk No Page l'-h 1 will oiler for sale
at the courthouse door in the city cf Ral-ei'.-h.
N. C, on M- nday, April 7th, IM'0, at
12 o'clock in., the prorerty in said deed oi
trust, described and known ?s the home
stead tract cf sural Gilniore. located iu
MidiRe Creek To.vnditp, Wake county,
N. C , containing 115 acres, more or less.
Terms of sale cash.
B. F. MONT AG TE,
March o, IS'..). Trustee.
mat'.)-
Ioi Rent I
No. 41. No. 51.
Passenger Freight .5
& Mail. Passenger.
Le'v. Ualeigh, 3 45 p in G 30 p ru
Carv, 4 05 7 05
Merry Oaka,. . 4 10 7 30
Moncure, 4 51 8 35
tianford, 5 16 9 25
Cameron, 5 43 10 14
!o v. the rn Pines o 10 11 08
Arive Hand ft, 7 10 1 OOara
Leave " 7 30
(Ihio, 7 55
Arri' GibdOP 8 15
GOING NORTH.
No. 38. No. 54.
Passenger Freight A
A Mail. Passenger.
Leavt Gibson, G 30 a.m. am
" T.hio, G 52
Arrive Hamlet, 7 15 1 30
jave " .... 8 05
S i-.ithem I'h.es 9 07 3 21
C eaeron, y 30 4 17
S'.uford,. 10 02 5 04
Moncure, 10 27 5 50
Merry Oaks 10 3-5 6 10
Cary, 11 12 7 16
Arrive Ualeigh, 11 30 a m 7 a7) am
containing 125 acres, more r h
Tiiinn Tn.( t In T'.w n-hi j,.
adjoining tlie lands of T. U. B ink- ami oti. r.-,
containing about 17 1-5 acn bejiig th - land
conveye-d to said T. L. U.tnks -y Alti. ,1 ia.u
laitd, hy b-ed record'-d in bo'-k ol, pai,e 5'..
in Uegister's ofth-e for Wake county.
Forma Ti:a t In ... Township,
containing about 10 a'u-i s, be;ig land con
vt yed to said T. L. Banks by Suh:i A. Banks,
by deed ri-corde.l in book 1. ag.- 5)-. B-gi.--te-r
of Det tli' ohiee ior Wake couaTy.
Fifth Tuact Adjoining the am i- of -aid
T. L. Banks, Tle.s. A. Crowd-r und J. H.
Jones, on tin- I'aetevill.- ro..-!, !,. ing tfe
.-ame convey-d to .-aiil T. L. Bank- by (i. A
Tiiiiit-r. bv h- 1 recorded m l ook 4m. t a -.
and after taking up the book one is not 2t5, in the" j:. gi- rV ott;.-.-f..r v, ..k. cun'tv .
)i lo lay n uown wniiDgiy. .j. s. N.NL, ( Omnlam.
News AX D Observep.; Tlie book is very j StroI Grav lV stumps, AtV, M 3-1 ,,
oQcaiiT r u-rutcTi qtiH Tno nlr.t rt-atr4fa 5 ' 1
F.i .i7.AP.tr.Tii Citv F.coxomist: The book
is well written, its delineations of charac- j mnos. Q CT':V":N0J'
ter are true to nature as pictures of social HOS. OaELN.SON,
life, and the thread of the narative is pre-
sfrved through the variations of detail, j PLUMBING
The thoughts and phraseology are often !
original and attractive, and its reflections
touch tender chords and bring back mem
ories that are "pleasing and mournful to
the soul."
PLUMBING
GAS FITTING,
AND GAS FITTING,
Hv lrauts, Pave Warthere, I.'.ith Tabu,
Sinks and ail kinds of Piar-d ing Work
put in on short notice.
Qt 1 Tt' OnffiYtf I f T"Vio ctorv r ,f tV.i. O.-i-i.
of ClovPrir.fr for affinnf-pH rwl t be ' liCEBES O.U.OIIN HOSE, H'-E P.Kl .I.S A NoZLFS
ci au,i igA liinJciLiwn ui tutu tuatiiitut I n
as sweet ana sad and plaintive a story as
has moved men's and women's hearts
since time began. The book ;s sold at the
Water pipe connections made with tho rtreet
water mains. Oas ntting m an r.s nrancnes.
Ban!
RALEIGH, N. C.
CAUTHAGE BAILUOAD.
t tT)PAi)pu (vn T,P 4TROv,S The btore, No. 210 tayettevrlle street. For-
LAP ROBLb AND L 1 AwtUa merly oocupied by j. L. ytoae a3 a furniture
LAP ROBES AND LAI AI liUb and music store. Possession given imme
diately. For terms apply to Win. B. Grimes
.f iiv nthpr matters of impor-
11.V11I2CL . T W . - , . . TT. , . V TT I . . . . .
inco to be attended to, some of the ; in vaiuett. isymumx. . or j. naywoou.-wm
low price of titty cents, and th- CllKOXl-! All repairing in my line promptly ut-nded to.
CLE hopes it will have a wine sale Its . v , .. , h National
merits deserve it. The moral tone of the i ua-rfeei1 u ,
story is good and itsportraval of village
life true to the letter. 1
JgTFor Sale by American News Co., aprl5-ly
29 and 31 Chamber St., New York; J. j
W. Randolph v Lnsli-h, Kichiuond, i
Lejuo Carthage 8:00 a. m.; arrive Cameron iaVnJed., l UAA 7 l? '
8:13 a.m.; leave Cameron 0:45 a. m.; arrive hl?-h & 1JVaItson. Lex "Stou, ;
Carthage 10:30 a. m.; leave Carthage 4:00 C.; and News Dealer Generally. ;
p. m.; irrive (iameron 4:45 p. m.; leave Cam- rr jzrriz j
eron c 5') p. m.; arrive Carthage 6:3o p. m.
p rrrmin nn sn Wast to Buy a
,.LLt V. TTT- T - T rl, .-VT, .T n , T T T ' , ATtr. 1 I. I I 1 W. . . i .... '1 I '1 t Triltn' 1,1,1 ..Tjl.J. l aVt ttt.'-
. jNlUJi SLIT Ui ULUlTltS lUWl . A '"V ,' V V '"
-..ture j ville street, Ualeigh, N.C.
Call 0x I o-SATISFACTION GUAUANXl-ED.
SU3INEK & WATTS,
Tonsorial Artists,
I Have om ned a hrst-da-s Shaving and Hair
.ii .11V...
Leae Pittsboro 9:25 a. m.;
10:10 a. m.; leave Moncure 4:
Pittsboro 5:10 p. m.
WJ1. ,
D. W. C. HABKLS, on WUmington Street. mG-tf
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