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STATE CHSONIOLe, SUNDAY, APEIL 6, 1890. AMONG THE C1IUCIIES. A fcl IJIMAUY OF TUK RELIGIOUS news or Tin: statu. An Outline of the Influence Exerted by The Chimin in .North Carolina ltntiH of Inteir? t. UN I) E NO 31 1 N ATIONAI,. Salvation Army News, IK In st on Free Press. Next 11 ml ay niut the Captain will give his experuHK'o when arrested find put in jnil ior tho eauso of Christina Now York town. On Annl mh and 10th THE BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. Mr. Newton, pastor of tho Bsp two of whom, Dr. M T. Yates, after i forty years of faithful and successful s sv earing in of h a n;M-:n church will be Adjutant V.cl rI vio, the new Major, will ho in Kiuston and will lecture on tho night of the O h on the progress of the Army and its o-icriu. On the nisht of the 10?h then; will he t roops. The threw youn-; men who spoke last night at Trinity churdi, and who pro pose, without tho aid of 'purse or scrip," to go to Africa r.iiionaries, will, in all likelihood, be joined by a recruit from Durham. Jim TrL-o, the leader of the choir at tho f cory, has announced hU intention of j'Mtiim? the party as a mis sionary to the ,4d:ik continent." Jim is a colored boy of soai 21 or !2. years of atje, of p . 1 tcpu'i-, intensely zealous hi his religious life, and will, most like ly, tnnko a very useful worker aud an ouVe'.ual one, Htuon ; the Atricaus. Jim ay ho lun counted the eo.st and knows what it moans, and is anxious to go. Already substantial aid has been prom hod Jim by his wbity triends. Durham Globe. THE METHODIST CHURCH. Mr. John V, Walworth has given a lo' upon w hi erected. Tho L-xinu'to -.t Tipateh sajs that Kcv. John lioriij, of tho Holston Con fiv;Hv. i r.xpeeted io as.-Zfct in a meet ing in Lexington. Tl'.e lot to bn occupied by tho new M'.i.h(H'i."t (lr.:;ch, on Main trei't, : being cUaied oil' j repir.-.iory to the dig ging of tii.' ioun lali.ai. Th coiuer Htonv wil probably be laid with nppro pri;tte c.M'nnouivs in the near future. It is prop'e 1 to erect, a building which vitl b? au ornament to K.-ulsviilo and iliO pri le oi tin l.iry.o Mcttn !it con alle gation in this toMi. Keiusville Ueview. Jit: v. J. F. Hutt, writirg from Yad kinville to the Iuk! mark says : i luvo tho empire ciicuii of the Conference - 10 churches, o(K) niOihci's and have aireuly rid.lon in ar COO mile since 1 wasappoi:e l t thi wort. Vbe teo ple at' pi'1 sp!T i;s, kind ;nul social in dv: v iniVico'urs.', avii ready to r.upply all tU-5 ne of their pa.-Aoi from tho a o.iue- of their faims Vne new Foivst Hill M- thTst church at Concord will be dedicated to Uy. The prehmiiuiry services began Friday uighf wiu'ii Kev. J. J. Uenu prta.hed. K jv. K M. Hoyle preached "Saturday night. The programing to-day is: Snn diy morning, 11 o'clock, preaching 11 .s np W. W. Duncan. Sunday even ing, ii o'clock, preaching Hev. Ii. F. Kumpuis. Sunday evening, 7.45 o'clock, prea-ihing -bi4iop W. W. Dune in. Cer vmony of iledic it.on at the c'.osi- of Sun day morning service, baerament of the Lord's mi -per at the close of afternoon service. ,Sven!e:;u ministers and a great crowd of visitors attended the Missionary t tval'en nc; at FiMnklintou last week. 7h? c.U)ftren:e opened on Friday night tist church at Concord, is conducting a I wor in China, and Rev. Joseph Walker, icvivtti mealing tneie. A revival is in progress at Broad Street Daptist church, Winston, con ducted by Rev. D. M. Austin. A series of meetings will be held in tho First Baptist church next week, com mencing on Thursday night. The pas tor, Rev. Dr. Pritchard, will be assisted by Rev. W. B. Oliver, of Fayetteville. Wilmington Messenger. Rev. Wm. Kennedy was moderator and J. G. Parker, secretary of the Bap tist Union Meeting at Burgaw last week. Rev. R. E. Peelo preached the opening sermon. The next session will bo held at Bethlehem church in June. Tho Roanoke Union was held in Wil son last week. G. W. Blount, Esq., was moderator, and C. F. Wilson, local edi tor of the Wilson Advance, secretary. It was an occasion of great pleasure and profit led by Bishop Hufham. A com mittee was appointed to select the next place of meeting. The Kinston Free Press has an inter esting account of the Atlantic union which held a meeting at Fort Barn well last week. Rev. T. J. Baker was moderator. Rev. H. W. Battle preached the Sunday morning sermon. The next meeting will be held at LaGrange the fifth Sunday in June. llendersonville's Neiv Church. The now church will be open for the first service to-day. Tho Times says that it is one of the handsomest church audience rooms in the State. The pews are of native pine, ornamented in oak --j--. 1 1 ,,MIII ,. . i - SEW MACHINE SHOP, i i m wwi, after one year in Africa, have been call ed to their reward on high. Rev. Iticllanaway's Rook ol Sermons. Charlotte Chronicle. Rev. A. G. McManaway, of this city, and Rev. J. M. McMauaway, or Shelby, have in press a volume of Spurgeon's sermons. The work will be entitled "Spurgeon's Greatest Sermons," and will contain about twenty -five sermons, most of which have never been published in this country. Theeditors have selected the sermons from thirty-four volumes of the London editions containing over 2,000 of Mr. Spurgeon's sermons, and they are those that the editors of the book consider his greatest productions. They are on a variety of subjects and were delivered at different periods of the fa mous preacher's life. The book will be 5x8 inches, contain ing 400 pages, bound in cloth with gilt lettering. In addition to the sermons it will contain an introduction by Rev. Dr. Wiiliam E. Hatcher, of Richmond, on Spurgeon and his work. Dr. Hatcher visited Mr. Spurgeon about two years ago and spent some time with him. Rev. A. G. McManaway 's business in London last year was to obtain the books from which the sermons have been selected, and to get the permission for publication from Mr. Spurgeon. The l book will be out about the first of May. THE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. A. T. Hord has received and ac cepted a call as pastor of Graham Bap tist Church, where he will preach once each month. Having equipped our shop with new and improved tools, we are prepared to do all kinds of machine work in a first-class and workman-like manner, and as cheap as firat cla8a work can be done anywhere. Overhauling and repairing engines a specialty. . WOOD & PARK, Being first-class practical men themselves is a sufficient guarantee. GIVE THEM A TRIAL,. mhll-ly 101 West St., Raleigh, N. C. Ice Cold Soda and Mineral Waters. J. HAL BOBBITTS DRUGSTORE. I inc Cigars Cigarettes and Tobacco. I have recently increased mv stock Rev. C. Durham dedicates a new church to-day at Mt. Holly. The union meeting of the South Fork association is also in session at Mt. Holly. rosettes and cherry trimmings, cut by diagonal aisle from main vestibule to the front seating. Double arch open ings on right and left give relief to rafter rests and joist-ceilings. The three vestibule entrances are provided with interior silent shutters on double acting ! The Sandy Creek Sunday School Asso hinges. .Visible to every pew occupant I ch.tion was held last week at May's stands th pulpit in solid cherry, on a Chapel, Chatham county. Rev. G. S. movable rc jtlon in the platform, beneath Merrill pre-aehed the introductory ser which is the baptistery, which is ap- 1 man, proached from the rear robing rooms, j The jIissionary Baptiau at Abbott's This masterpiece of church decoration, Creek have made quite a spacious annex wrought in the delicate hues of Venetian and cathedral glass, a frame work of liio.icai omect lessons, picturing a va- to their church by adding a new build ing, 40x42 feet, and re-covering and re rooQog the old one. Rev. J. N. Stal- riety of sacred symbols, scenes and ; 'ings, ot llign foint, is pastor, ana is characters, impressively interpreted by ; an able, earnest, and interesting speak t he solemnly significant position of the I er. lie commands good audiences and central figures, is, aside from its Serin- i and is much beloved by all. Lexington tnral and memorial association, a marvel of beauty well worthy the skill of the I I I e are sales agents for Ice from the Raleigh Ice Factory and are now ready to fill orders at wholesale and retail, from rive Ihs. to one hundred tons ol" best quality and at low rates. JONES & TOW ELL. We have purchased the liverv and sale sta bles owned by G. W. Wynne, and enlarged the outfit with some fine Horses, Buggies, &c. which are for hire to responsible and careful people at reasonable rates. H H M 3 rJl PS i, and am nnw rr.r.o-i w supply anything in the Drug Line -tor the various ailment to which humanity is subject. I have had my store nicelv nanerpd ;o, ti,- features added, and can assure the Public that mv oouipmo- is complete. i DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY, TOILETS ARTICLES, SUNDRIES AXD SEEDS. jPHYSlCIANS'FERSCRIPTIOXSFILLED AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT. 4TTPSTIIIW W nlrai.-- liW II PRICES GUARANTEED. 0 a d c H Buist's Fresh Garden-Seed. J. HAL. BOBBITT'S DRUGSTORE. Prescrip tions Ac curately Compounded. NEW. HANDSOME AND STYLISH CLOTHING i CROSS & LINEHAN, 2lO Fayetteville Street BOARDING. As we buy f eed in large lots from firsts hands at lowest ca&h prices, we are prepared to board stock on the best the counfry affords at rock bottom prices, and guarantee good attention. Hollcmaii Huildin:. j. Those wishing to to purchasa horses are solicited to call qn Mr. Holder, our Superin tendent, at Wynne's old stand. A new store with the r rvest &u4 sonvenient arrangement. A new stock ot clothing and turmsLmg goods yist coming in. A new wav of selling by hav ing the prices like the customers want them. THESE ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE FACTS I You will think ot buying a Spring Suit oi Overcoat soon, and we want you to find wlu-ro von l interest lies in buying. We ask you to visit ouk store and see our stock. Wo can show ' and present tacts which cannot be properly stated in words. And these facts are cf interest to yoar pocket and also jour personal appearance. Both these are matters for your care and attention. i And now, when you think of buying remember we invite you to consult vour interest j We can show what we cannot tell. Remember this. CROSS & LINEHAN, Clothiers, RALEIGH, N. C. artist, aud the grateful appreciation of those who may now, from time to time, "Enter into his gates with thanksgiving and into his courts with praise." An engraved marble tablet in the front vestibule very appropriately marks the generous donation of the lot ou which the church stands, in the name of the venerable Deacon David Gurrcn. Rut there is a feature of special ad miration in the finishings of this church tdiuce, which imparts to all its archi Dispatch, The revival which way carried on at the Baptist church for more than two ; weeks, closed last Friday night. We ; do not know the exact number of con j verts, but wo think there were about ; thirty. Rev. Mr. Austiu did a great j work here and made many warm friends. ' A collection was taken up for him and , about $35 was raised. He left forMou ' roe on Saturday. Carthage Blade. ' THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Telephones. Stables No. 95, Store No. 41, Wood, Coal and Lumber Yard No. 71. JONES & POWELL AUCTION SALE CF FARMING LANDS. HISTORY I LAW! PHILOSOPHY ! SCIENCE J I FICTION ! WIT! I Jy virtue of power conferred on me by i ertaiu deed of trust, executed by Aus- Rev. Dr. Mack will begin protacted , ITT 1 1 tectiaal plans a degree of eleganca and ; erv5ces al vvasniugion to-aay. beauty, an adequate conception of which j The improvements recently put upon is touud only in the 1'REekcc of those j tho Presbyterian church have added varied shades of cathedral glass, tilling greatly to its appearance and comfort. the smaller windows, vestibule and plat- fccckiugham Rocket. form transom (a special donation, we are informed, from Mrs. G 8. Jones). lint" t Vin PATfti i n re cnnr.itrnn r f orf now gracing the south Rido interior 0f 1 bytcnaT! church at Concord, thirty-two thw .:inr.inarv. i hiahlv-nriy-vl mft tn i since the ti e meetings m that town. By si cert! i ui ttumore anu wire, wnicn is uuiy re corded in Registry of Wake county, in Book No US, Page 4'2-t, I will offer for sale at the courthouse door in the dry of Ral eigh, N. C, on Monday, April ".th, IfciJO, at 13 o'clock m., the property in said deed of trust, de.ri bed and !cown. as the honife f tea. t tract or said Gilmore, located in Middle Creek Township, Wake county, N. C , containing 115 acres, more or less. Terms of sale cash. B. F. MONTAGUE, March 6, 1890. Trustee. mai9- SCHOOL BOOKS! Sunday-School Books, Gift Books, Juvenile Books, Blank Books. -ANY. OKDIR TKOMl'TLY FILLED BY- ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., The North Carolina Book and Stationery Supply House. :o:- BOOKS FOR BUSINESS! BOOKS FOR FUN! :o:- In the past few weeks forty-eight per sons have become members of the Pres- with a uui;:r:ilicc:it seTmou by Dr. V." r. iJJack ana closed Sunday ni;ht fol lowing. af urday w:u spent iu the di: cus sion of Mi.-ioTnry interests and ;ible fpc'jchtK v.cie ni tU' by lievs. Vv. 8. Ia vi. W. Ii, Cunuiii!gim, J. II. Cordon, L L. Na h, 1 A Dishop and othcM. Tho inu.'C was the tinvsi. ever heard in Fianklinton. Siturday n'ght the church was iilled and surrounded by a vait multitude who carce to witness the building of tho Mi.vdonary Ship by the Bright Jewels. Tho enieriainment was a nrarid success aud rrlloctcd reat cred it up.u tho childrra ;md the ladies; who had them in charge. Suuday was a liidi day. Kev. B. II. Hall, pastor of St. 1uVa Methodist Church, Coldsboro, surpas.-el himself in one of the mot eloquent sermons we have ever heard. At night B -v. J. B. Hurley preached grandly on Woman's Work for Woman. The mu-ioi ary experience meeting m i he morning and tho c ulceration meet ing in the afternoon were delightful .seu&jiia. Louisburg Timts. EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Tlx O.xford Kpiscopalians will erect a new church. The Thompson Orphanage. A meeting of tho board of managers of tho Thompson Orphanage and Train ing Institute was held at the residence of Bcv. Mr. Cheshire, in Charlotte. There were present 1U. Rev. T. B. Ly innn, tho buhop of tho Diocese, who is ex-oflicio chairman of the board; ltev. K. A. Oborno, Capt. B. II. Moore and A. Hoke. Thosuperintedent gave a verbal a,tate xnctit of management for the past year, and of the present condition of the in stitution, which showed that it was be ing well sustained by the people, and do ing a noble work. Its sphere of useful ness haa been enlarged ny opening the iinrvprv denartmeut. which will accom modate twelve or fourteen more children, giving the entire institution a capacity of from forty five to lKty childreu, in stead of thirty-two, as heretofore. Tho imnor'anc of miking an addi tion to the building to bo used as an in J; wary wan discussed, aud tho superin-t-mbMit w'aa fuithorixwl to have it built HHMjo.iad funds can be procured for that purpose. It will cost irom !t000 to Tho success cf the enterprise bas so far b'.'cn most gratifying, surpas-icg even the most sanguine expectations of it 4 friends, and tho outlook is very full of promise for the future. Within two years it has had under its care about fifty children; thirty-eiht are now on its lift, and good homes have been pro cured for several. -Charlotte Chronicle. THE DISCIPLE CHURCH. Kiiv. M. T. Moye has received and ac cepted a call to preach to the Disciples church in Caroline county, Va , with headquarters in Bowling Green, Va. Ho leaves to-day for his new field. While rejoicing with him in the broader opening and larger Held in which to work for the Master, tho Advance re grets to loose such a man from our town. He is an earne3t, consecrated and able preacher and Christian gentle man of high scholarly attainments, broad viowa, and charitable beliefs. Wilson Advance. the church from our much esteemed fellow-townsman, Capt. M. C. Toms, bearing the name, in memoriam, of his departed besom companion, whose in terest in the work of erecting this build ing was generously shown in her per sonal efforts aud liberal contributions. The new Presbyterian churoh, which it has been decided to build this summer, will be a brick edifice of pretty architec tural design, with seating capacity for about four hundred, and to cost six thou sand dollars. The site where the old church now stands will be used. Oxford Day. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Christian Church at Jamesviile The Union Electing nt Wake X Roads. (Special Cor. State Ciiroxiclk.) Wake Forest. N. C. March m. '90.- At the request of the moderator, I send 1 was dedicated last Sunday by State yon a short account of the Union Meet- ! Evangelist, R. W. Stancill. Elder J. J. ing at Wake Cross Roads church. ! Spencer, of Richmond, was present and Tho meeting was nrp-nnized hv ftleet- i preached several sermons during the School Work WILL HE OUR GREAT SPECIALTY FOR THE IS EXT NINETY DAYS. 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 as to variety aud beauty. Complete catalogue free on application. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., RALEIGH, N. C. imi Mr, P. A. Dunn moderator and Mr. R I). W7eathers secretary. After an ! able discussion of the first question on Saturday afternoon, the following reso- i lution was passed by a small majority: ! "Resolved, That the plan of calling pas j tors annually is not advisable." The j union, at half-past nine Sunday morn ing, was called to order by the modera- j tor. Tho question, "Is it the duty of ; all church members to attend Sunday school? If not, who are excusable?1' was well discussed by Mr. A. P. Up church and Prof. W. L. Poteat, after which a spirited and practical discussion took place. The question of "Early Family and Sunday-school Training" was well dis cussed by Mr. I. A. Honey cutt and Rev. J. E Green, followed by others. Tho visitors on Sunday afternoon ac knowledged 1 y a rising vote their appre ciation of the hospitality of the members of Wake Cror-s Reads church. A collection, amounting to five dol lars, was taken for the Orphanage at Tbomasville. Tho introductory sermon was preached by Rev. W. E. Crocker, of South Caro lina, on Saturday morning,and was above tho average. It was instructive and practical. The singing, under the able leadership of Mi. A. P. Upchurch, was simply excellent. Besides those mentioned above, Revs. A. Puiefoy, H. C Moore, M. A. Adams, N. S. Jones, C. u. Hooper aua otners, by their presence and sensible remarks, added much to the enjoyment of those 1 present. B. W. S film an I North Carolina Jlissionaries. Rev. C. Durham, Secretary of the Bap tist Board of Missions and Sunday schools of 'this State, is collecting a poi trait gallery of the missionaries who are now in foreign lands under the auspices of the l-!orth Carolina Baptist State Con vention. There are twenty-nine of them at work in various fields, and, so far, Mr, meeting. I be churcn is a very aeat and handsome structure, and reflects great credit ou these good people. Washington Gazette. THE MORAVIAN CHURCH. At the Moravian church, in Salem, last Sunday, twenty-four persons were received into full memborship. THE LUIIERAN CHURCH. The North Carolina Conference of the E. L. Tennessee Synod met at St. John's Lutheran church, in Catawba county, last Thursday. The conference was well attended, aud did good work. On Sat urday the pastor, Rev. C. II. Bernheim, was installed, and on Sunday the church was dedicated, and the Lord's Supper was administered to a large congrega tion. The next conference will be held at King's Mountain, on Thursday before the fifth Sunday in June, 1890 Dallas Eagle. Rev. H. C. Haithcox, late of Ash land, O., (a native of this county) has lately accepted a call from a Lubeian congregation in Rowan county. States ville Landmark. NEW PUE3SES, NEW TYPE, FRESH PAPER, AND SKILLED WORKMEN. JUT Estimates furnished on application. Largest and best equipment in our line in the Mate. J. R. FERRALL & GO, FRESH AND RELIABLE GROCERIES, 223 Fayetteville Street. Evaporated California Apricots. Peaches, Prunes, Raspberries, &c, Szc N. C. Dried Apples and Peaches. New York Medium Beans. California Dried Lima Beans. Duiham has phot03 of twenty-four of i " , , , them. He reports the missionaries and ! Imported Parmesian Cheese, grated for their places of work as follows: In j China, fourteen, viz : Mrs. Matthew T. j Yates, Rev. D. W. Herring and Mrs. I EDWAltDS fc BJtODGHTON, Printers, Binders and lilauk Book Manufacturers, Raleigh, N. C. TheKabocorset that brings a woman to perfect form "if she only laces it tight enough for it never stretches or breaks its " bones " or rolls up has soft eyelets that do not cut the laces. Soft eyelets are loops of corset lace instead of metal eyelets. If the Kabo corset fails in a year in any part but the steels no way has yet been invented to make unbreakable steels you get your money back from the store where you bought it. You wear the Kabo corset two or three weeks ; and, if not satisfactory, take it back and get your money again. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. ESTABLISHED 1S73. SFEI1 IS MM IE STOCK E. F. WiiS & S3S: 109 E. Majjtin St., 109 E. Mabtis St., RALEIGH, N. O. I Have Just returned from the North ern Markets with the largest and best assortment of Imported SPRING AM) SUMMER SUITINGS ever oHer ed in the city of Raleigh. My terms MANUFACTURERS AXD TJEALERS iy -HARNESS AND SADDLEKT--HARNESS AND SADDLERY- OP EVEBT DESCRIPTION. OP EVERY DESCRIPTION. AUCTION SALE OF LAND. ON MONDAY, THE 7tm DAY OF April, 1890. at 12 m.t we w 11 expose for sale to the highest Didder for cash, at the courthouse door in the city of Raleigh, the following property: 1st. One tract of land in House's Creek township, adjoining the land3 of Ander son i-age, br. H. bmith and a. II. Smith, containing 36 acres more or less. 2U. une mouse colored mule. 3d. One half interest in one lo-hor- power Tanner engine; one Boss Cotton Press; one Centennial Cotton Gin with all the shaftings, pulleys, &c, thereto utriuuging. This site is made by virtue of the nowers given us in three mortgages by Ililliard l. omun, ana recoraea in the ottice of the Register of Deeds for Wake county in Book 70, page 182, book 103, page 534, book 106, page 236. LATTA & MY ATT, Raleigh, March 0, "JO. Mortgagees. mar9- THE CELEBRATED- J PANACEA ANACEA 7ATER- ATER- Ahv lately a Wonder in Curing Stomach, Bowel, Kidney, Liv.?r and Cutaneous Affections. A Mt del Appotizer, Tonic and Blood Puritier. PCiSASANT ! Harmless I Reliable ! Reco.nmendcd by eminent physicians and ar dorsed by many distinguished gentle Pi&n for its rare and extraordinary efficacy. Fir Horse Blankets Horse Blankets Horse Blanket Horse Blankets 1 ss for Children and Adulte. and be convinced. Try -FOR SALE BY- are CASH, which will enable me o sell these goods at astonishingly low figures. Come early and make your j LAP ROBES AND LAP APRONS I LAP ROBES AND LAP APRONS ! IN VARIETY. IN VARIETY. IN VARIBTT selection before my Stock has been i picked over. Pleasure taken in Showing Stock and explaining how an elegant and satis- Herring, Rev. R. T. Bryan and Mrs, Bryan, Rev. T. C. Britton and Mrs. Brit ton, Rev. N. L Chappell and Mrs. Chap- i pell, Rev. E. F. Tat urn and Miss Alice ! Flogg, Rev. G. P. Bastick and Mrs. Bos tick, and Miss Fannie Knight; in Mexico, two, viz : Mrs. Chastain aud Mrs. Dus; gan; in Africa, fourteen, viz : Rev. E. F. Baldwin, Mrs. Baldwin and Miss Bald win, Mrs. C. L. Powell, Rev C. C. Newton, Mrs. Newton, Miss Alherta Newton; colored Rev. James O. Hayes and wife, Rev. Shared Capps and wife, Rev. Joseph Walker, and two well-trained missionary women, Laura C. Fleming and Caroline Sawyer. There have been in all thirty-two. missionaries, Macaroni. Edam and Pine-apple Cheese. Tarbell Cheese. Hazard's Strawberry Tomato Ketchup, best in the world. Smoked Salmon. Yarmouth Bloaters. Boneless Cream Codfish and Mackerel. Fine New Catch N. C. Roe and Cut Herrings. lactory outfit can be had at small cost. WINETROB, MERCHANT TAILOR, 114 Fayetteville St. North Carolina BUILDING AND T OAN A SSOCIATION rui ding and Joan Association Raleigh Branch. N. B. Bbocghton, President. Geo. YV. Thompson-, Sec'y and Treaa. J. N. Holding, Attorney. A Pome Institution. Loans on Real Estate Low Rate of Interest. The same Dividends paid to every shareholder. KiNM k MoGee, Robert Simpson and McKiitiioN. If your druggist does not keep it, send f t.00 for 3193 F. O. B. to John A. Williams1" Oxford, N. C. Head Agency for U. H. A.--2-I0-3t -If Yod Want to Bry a- NICE SUIT OF CLOTHES CHEAP! Call On D. W. C. HARRIS, on Wilmington Street. DURHAM & NORTHERN RAILWAY. Sunday, March 2d, 1S0O. Trains Daily Except Sunday TRAINS JIOVINC; NORTH. STATIONS. Pa.si'gr. I'ass'gr. DIRECTORS. AUCTION SALE OF CiTY PROPERTY. N. B. Bronghton, Frar.k Stronach, By virtue of power conferred on me by j Philip Taylor, a certain deed of trust, executed oy m. . b. vtyatt, llaynes and wife, which is uuiy recoraea in Registry of Wake County, in Book No. 92, on Page 723, 1 will offer for sale at the courthouse door in Raleigh, N. C, on Monday, April 7th, 1S90, at 12 o'clock m., the property in said deed of trust de scribed and known as the residence of said Haynes, located on North Swain St.. between New Berne Avenue and East Edenton St., in the city of Raleigh, N. C. Terms of sale cash. B. F. MONTAGUE, March 6, 1890. Trustee, mart- Edgar G. Leach, T. B. Crowder, " . B. Yancey, J. D. Boushall, W. H. Hughes. C Drew ry, W. T. PAYNE, Special Agent. Office with J. N. Holding. For Rent! The store, No. 216 Fayetteville street. For merly occupied by J. L. Stone as a furniture and music store. Possession given imme diately. For terms apply to Wm. B. Gnmea Lv Durham . . . " Bennehan . . " Creednioor " Hestf-r " Tar River . . " Clag " Watkins.... Ar Henderson 5 20 p m 10 :i.'t a m 0 01 j m 11 10 a m C ; p iu 11 32 a ni (5 5s p rn 11 42 a m 7 I S p m 11 52 a rn 7 40 p ia 12 07 p ni 8 03 p m 12 2 1 p m 8 30 p m 12 45 p m TRAINS MOVING SOUTH. STATIONS. or F. J. Haywood. Lv Henderson.. " Watkins.... " Clag " Tar River.. " Hester " Creedmoor., " Bennehan... Ar Durham Pass'gr. Pans gr. 2 10 p in 6 00 a m 233pur 6 23am 3 01pm' 702 am 318 p mi 7 23 a in 3 29 p in 7 52 a in 3 40 p in 8 17 am 353 pm' 840 am 4 30 p m. 9 30 am WM. MONCURE, ?up't. - : ).