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STATE OHKOHIOLE, FEIDAY, APKIL 11, 186
PUBLISHIVi CO. Every Morning Except Monday. DUELLING PLAYED OUT. tonly explaia -why editor, when in a controversy with ono another, are more ry cmtoKicLi: miiK hash PRICE OF CHRONICLE severe than when one of the parties is 1 la W.00 per year; W-OOtor 6 months; not an editor. Out in Tennessee this 11,50 r m0n bitterness between two quill-drivers THE BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial ent t0 guch a length a few days ago as ,4,.WCJSV to cau a challenge to bo sent. The difficulty grew out of the fact that Con- fflMBffiSSmIilK gresaman Phixan, editor of the Memphis should be addressed to D. H. Browder. Avalanche, wrote a history of iennes- Albemarle sound near the former place . of the old sravevard. and we finally in- Nobody has ever been able to satisfac- j juced sotoe 0f onr Perquimans friends should Deaaareneea u u. xi. i -rvov nratFor Vn q Rsilelcrh. N. C. and all Drafts, Checks and Postal Money Orders should be made payable to his order. JOSEPIIUS DANIELS, - - Editor. D. II. BROWDER - Bos. Manager. UAL. W. AYER - Asso. Editor. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1890. Equal and Exact Justice to all Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, Re ligious or Polltical.Thomas Jeffer son. LISTING PROPERTY TION. FOR TAXA. see and it was criticized by Editor Elem- ing, of the Memphis Commercial, That irritated Mr. Phelan and, when he failed in his attempt to get the School Board to adopt his history as a text book, his indignation was so great that he became very abusive, and Editor Fleming ramft in for his share, and was called "a liar, a coward, and a scoundrel," and received this message: "I will await your message here to come to Knoxville to arrange preliminaries." Ma. Flem ing, who is seventy years old, answered by declining to fight and saying, "we have no preliminaries to arrange." In hia letter this expression occurs: In times past the men who have spe cially commanded my admiration were heroes who had the courage to treat to search for it, and the information came to us that Thomas Saunders, a fisherman on Albemarle Sound, at a low tide had found a grave stone in the Sound, but failed to buoy the spot, and the tide coming in, the exact location of the stone in the Sound had been lost. That stone would furnish the dates of his birth and death and probably some thing of his history, and therefore we hope some of our patriotic citizens of Perquimans county will make further investigation and preserve this grave stone as a Revolutionary relio of those times that "tried men's souls." KID GLOVES -AND Kid Glove Bargains ! The Best and &aiei " and Loan Associations. FOUR-BUTTON SUEDE C5c, worth 90c. GLOVES! Taxation U probably one of the most difficult of subjects, and the equalization of the burden so that it may fall upon with contempt the demand of the duel- all classes equally, has engaged the at- list 1 do not believe that you have m ,. , , . . ,, lived with so little learning as not to Motion of political economists and prac- J n0WQ that the barba5roU3 roie m tical legislators in this age to a greater wnicn you have 6een fit to display your- extent than ever before. With the self no longer serves to give respectabil- growth of intelligence among the people, ity among even that weaker class that !,. and discrimination, are now fSTSSS recognized which formerly passed un- 0D the s0.caned field of honor. nouceu owauac ui mo iguvrauvo w m Tae dav naa passeci when dueis are citizen. Now, in the broad daylight of rptrftr(1pr1 fts honorable, and when pen . .. . ,.. , e ' o public aiscuasion, tnese inequalities are tlemen are under ban i tbey decline a The Salisbury Watchman is now edi ed and managed by Mr. T. K. Bjiuner, son of the late editor, and Mr. J. W. Rumple, a talented young member of the Salisbury bar. Mr. Bruner will be corresponding editor and will continue te reside in Raleigh. Aside from his other qualifications, Mr. Rumple is a poet of no mean reputation. His poem "unnner .Number 1," which appeared last year in Harper's Weekly, was wor thy of Tennyson. We welcome him to the ranks of journalism. X THE BUSY BEE. T?iht. Button Length Jlousquitaire Suede Gloves. 85 cent, worth $1.25. OPERA SUEDE GLOVES, 28 inches long, French perfumed, $2.25, worth $3.00. made more glaring, and, when seen, gTeater efforts will be made to remove them. The recent decision of our Supreme Court under which the towns and cities of our State will now tax a class of prop erty, which has, in a large measure, heretofore escaped taxation for munici pal purposes, is in line with the growing tendency of the times. If our legislators will now devise some means by which the real value of the solvent credits of the tax payer may be ascertained and made to bear, for all purposes, their le gitimate share of the burden, much will have been accomplished. The ftdtonlihing depreciation in the value of notes and mortgages about tax-listing time would be ludicrous if there was aot a very serious side to the matter which engrosses the attention of everywhere in his refusal to vio- challenge under the murderous and bar barous system that is dignified into the name of "The Code." To fight a duel or send a challenge is now as much un der the ban of law and public opinion as to shoot a man in any other illegal way; and it is a felony, punishable with imprisonment. We are glad that Edi tor Fleming had tthat higher sense of moral courage to decline to violate the law, even if he should incur the ridicule of those who still believe in the Code. The Farmers Best Friend is Not the Political Bee. Special Cor. of State Chronicle. Columbia, S. C, April 8. We have had in Columbia, recently, the meeting of that mock farmer convention, which was contrived for the purpose of putting our first class demagogue, Tillman, in Wa Wv rinnpfl the lareest stock of Kid Glovea ever Been in Raleigh, and the special bargains mentioned above are not poor gloves, but chean in the Lest sense of the word. It ia not a iob lot of odds and ends, but regular lines of the bent makes, bousht direct from the. maniifactnrprn and b, romnlete list Of sizes are shown, in all the fashionable and gtylish shades suitable to the season. W. H. & K. 8. TUCKER & CO. A. E. JORDAN, Endowment Building Fund OF THE Life Insurance Company of Virginia, Home Office: Richmond, a. Capital, $100,000.00. Assets, $474,224.98 Surplus, $121,357.40. LOCAL BOARD AT RALEIGH: - Tfc VI Col. W. E. AD-ElloU-M - V L t WIRT. T. (iliAI ts.cn ium. HAYWOOD & HAYWOOD Attorneys J. M. BROUGHTON., oecbetari J. G. Buow-, iok. v. yi . Rev. F&ksk L. Reid, W. J. Young. Wii.TPK Woollcott. Edgae B. Barbee. FRANK HAYWOOD, Jn Local Treasurer ILLUSTRATION Showing estimated cost and Profit in seven vars oi ien hum ca. fi,iViarinfYn fftfl $ 10 uw.-. o v. 70 Eighty-tour nionuuy paymwuto, o wu. Total cot $ 682 Received at maturity 1,000 Net profit t 318 Or nearlv 50 per cent, on the investment. Should the shares mature in six years the profit will be 70 per cent on the investment. This is a higher rate oi interest man oan ue rea lized from any other reliable investment, at the same time it has required only a small aing each month. ILLUSTRATION Showing estimated cost and profit in seven vears to the borrower oi i,uuv. He subscribes for fifteen shares and pavs Subscription fee $ 15 rive monthly payments, ai .us per month He applies for and receives a loan of On which he pays interest at the rate of 6 per cent, pei annum, being $5 per month for 79 months, (No premium is charged.) He also pays 79 monthly payments on his fifteen shares of $12 per month PEE ITY FURNITURE MAKES COST HOMEO ! COSY HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE ! -AND- A.G. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day by th liberal teims thev offer on all kinds of FUKNITUUE J Fancy Chairs! Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! 60 $1000 395 Chamber Suits, complete, in great variety Broken Suita provided if desired. We will accommodate you aud please you you will let us, We have too runy thing to talk about. Come and see them : It will be like going to a fair. A. G. Rli DES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. So. 10 Exchange Plac. Phone 28 -16 Habgett 3t 94S idea was, and is, to force the hand of UrQCBNBS 311(1 PfOVISlOIlS the genuine Democratic party in South Carolina, so that it may act wholly at the dictation of the ring of malcontents. Now, I have no notion of dwelling on a tour de force of the would-be politi cians here who use the agricultural cry of distress as their pretext. The real farmers of the State will take care of that. What I ush to comment on is the far more important point of a new auxiliary the farmers the genuine ones should call their to their aid, instead of worry- the duel as it does witch-craft, hanging for theft and catching rabbits, and other relics of barbarism. Mr. Phelan has allowed hia temper to get the better of him, and ought to apologize for his vio lation of the law. Mb. Fleming will be the conscientious tax paver who has contracted a habit of listing hia prop erty for its worth, and rather curtails hi sease of the ludicrous. Securities which could not, in Janu ary, be bought for leas than 100 cento on the dollar have, in June, shrank for tax listing purposes only, to the beggarly value of 50 cents on the dol lar. There is some magic spell around the taxlister which irresistibly minimizes the value of our bills receivable while it enhances the value of our bilk payable, so that when the subtraction is made The civilization of this age repudiates in8 about troubles of taxation, which uaii never uo cureu uum iut uungme ous Tariff is smitten under the fifth rib. Tbis is the question I would ask: Why do not our farmers pay greater attention to bee culture? Surely they would do so were they only aware of the" valuable agricultural function performed by this wonderful insect. Could they once fully sustained by the better element f the realize that the honey and the wax pro duced by these storers of treasures from nature s abundant blooms constitute by no means the larger part of the value they bring to civilized man, surely the farmers of the Carohn as would make haste to multiply bee-hives around their homesteads, and even in the corners of fields distant from them. Our land would be swarming with a8 the swamps swarm with mos- I have a nice, usvr line of Canned Fauits and Vegetables, Potted i Meats, Pickles and Jellies. FRESH LOT Sugar-cured Hams, Shoulders and Strips, N. C, cured Hams and Bacou. Bent brands of Flour and Meal, Sugars, Coffees and Teas. Best grades of Syrup and New Crop Molasses always on hand. Beet Goshen and fresh country Butter, Sweet and lush Potatoes. For anvthin in the Grocery or Produce Making the total cost $1,418 His fifteen shares having matured the Company now paye him $1,500 Out of which he repays the loan and has left in cash $500 He has received $82.00 more than he has paid, besides having had the uae of $1,000 for seven years at a cost of not one cent. If twenty shares are carried the net profit will be proportionately greater. J. M. BROUGnTON, Local Agent. IMPORTED SUITINGS FOR Spring and Summer Wear. line, give me a call and both in quality and price. A. I will please you Prompt delivery. E. JORDAN. late the law. JOHN HARVEY'S TOMB. I From Elizabeth City Economist. It ia universally conceded that John Harvey, of Perquimans, was the lead ing spirit in North Carolina in the events bees, that led to the Revolution, and the oris- quitos, could our people be made to un inai tMwn lnmoa tw fnrm th derstaud how greatly the fecundating . ... , , touch of the bee increases the yield of united mates, l ne tacts or nis recoraea our cereals and indeed of altnost all history are, that he was the Moderator fruit-bearing plants. (so called) of the Convention of North In Europe they understand this, or at pamiina Hnio,of0a tk.f nnnnH h n. least they are beginning to understand . - Jr , it. It is but a short time ago, that M. tent inn a of OnvFnvrm Wahtiv tho lnat -r, T . . ? . , Eugene Jooara, or urjon, put rortn a of the Colonial Governors of North namnhlpf- Ov tup TTttt ttv ni? far we nna we are worm ror taxation oniy Carolina, and that he was, at the same gratuitous distribution, in order to in timo and in th a.-irnA niapp, th m-- struct tne rarmers or France on tms ;a: point. BmiU vliA Vi tuc " In certain districts of Saxony, there mei upon me summons oi me royal are farmers who raise wheat solely for Governor. Bancroft speaks of him as I the high price they always get for it as a man of intellectual nowor. de.e.iKion nf seed-wheat. They are in the habit of character, and firmness of principles. He died just as the revolution, in which he had so active an agency, had burst forth. The writers of our early history do not even mention the date of his death. Tradition assigns him the a small fraction of what we are worth for purposes of business. It may be that when we come to take the solemn preliminary stepa which lead to the payment of onr mite to the public treasury, the power of conscience and calculation are more alert than in the ordinary affairs of life, and in con sequence our financial rating upon the tax-list more accurate than that appear ing in Bradstreet's. moving their bee hives on wagons into the middle of their fields during the flowering season. It is this practice that gives to their wheat its exceptional value. When this fact was mentioned one day in the presence of the largest wheat-grow ers ot Velars, one of them exclaimed: KING S ROYAL GEBMETEU TL 11 you are troubled witn any disease or a complication oi diseases don't despair of being cured, until ou have given "Royal Germeteur" a trial. It is pleaBing all that are using it and curing a great many. Many of those that have been using this remedy for 30 Uavs are reporting that they are cured or re lieved of their trouble. To-day wo received a ceruncate irom a party in itaieigh saying that thrir baby had been" cured of Bronchitis and Indigestion with K. R. G. It ia harmless and will cure you. Give it a trial. A..E. JORDAN, Ag't, Prompt Delivery. Next to Citizen's Bank. There never was a time in the world when things were made so well as now some things. There never was a time when things were sold so acceptably some things. Take the Kabo corset for an instance, of both. If it breaks its " bones" in a year, come to us and your money back. If it kinks its "bones" After five years' experience in North Caro lina and catering to the wants of my patrons and the pvrlic generally I find that the Im ported Woollens take the beat and give bet ter satisfaction than our do nstic goods. I have bought direct this seasoa my entire stock of WOOLLENS, consisting of first-class Diagonals, Corksorews, English and French Silk, libet Granite Cloths, Blonny and Irish Tweeds, Vienna and Australian Woollens, i rough and smooth laee goods. Prices have been put lower than ever before for same quality of goods. G. N. WALTERS, 231 Fayette ville St., RALEIGH, N. C. mchlO-lstJune D. T. JOHNSON, AGENT, BANANAS, APPLES AND ORANGES We receive weekly large consignment ot Fruito and Vegetable, and can giv lowest prices at wholesale or retail. FLOUIt We receive direct from th milt Gambriil'8 Tatapsco .Superlative OrangeGrove, and American Mill Co . Liberty &. Mann. Our prices are as low as the lowest. HAMS, SIDES AND SHOULDERS? The beet that can be bought, always in stock. Canxed Goods 1 Sauce I Catsups, ia N. C. canned Peaches, first quality Torc toes, Worcestershire Sauce, ivorth of 'England Sauce and fine Tcmato catsup. These are fresh goods, received and opened this week. COFFEE ! TEAS AND SUGARS ! Leading varieties, best goods, lowest price. Chickens, Eggs and Fresh Country Butter. We receive daily consignments and can guar antee fresh goods and low prices. Orders should bo sent in one day or more ahead ot delivery. Fresh Iloasted Peanutd daily. FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS At my stall in city market. Shad, chub, Perch, Ilerringa, 4c, received daily. Order lelt at my store promptly filled. Fine cigars, Tobacco and Snuff. Plain am! Fancv candv. Phone 28. D. T. JOHNSON. Aq't. M-glU, MB & EES, get LEADEKS IN- But granting thU to be so, there ought foremost place m the ranks of the early -Why, it is that then that that makes and rolls up as most of the to be some means provided for ascer- North Carolina patriots that urged on the wheat I gather near my bee-hive the i F' f -vi ocio uu un wuiiicii vi cer tain forms, you get your money back. He at once increased and keDt in- creasing the number of his hives and swarms. The result was that in a short time he found his wheat in all parts of his farm remarkable for the fulness of the grains. Another instance, cited by M. Jo- bard, is that of the mayor of Langres. Taking the counsel of M., the abbe E. Ulning tne delicate operations of the the cause of Independence. Col. Saun- hnest m all my helds." lister's conscience and his methods of dees the most accurate and conscien- calcalation. tious collector of our early annals, It Is true that every list taker and places Harvey in the front rank of our Chairman of the Board of County Com- patriots and wishes him to be one of our mLssioners has power to send for persons representatives in Statuary Hall at and papers and examine witnesses, but Washington. That he was a landed the power is never exercised and has fal- proprietor 'and planter of large wealth lea into d issue. in Perauimans countv is a matter of au- Terrasse, he encircled his wheat-fields i .... ... No officer cares to Incur the unpopu- thentio tradition, that he was the as- w.lia a naiy encampment ot Dee ritv TvWrh wftTiM fAlln- w. ort?fa n nantr.n a T! mvtH uue couihe oi iioic ne DO r " " v,wo rv,aw wu wuuOCllul ticeda verv nereGntibla train. He. had examination Into the bona fides of the Gen. Buncombe and other distinguished nnltr tr vera i t fvr tVia na-vt oncninn Vt n lister statement, and few tax payers patriots of eastern North Carolina is of vest, to find his experience a manifest can be found bold enough to acensa their success. o - i uuv AAtj nuvcotiai iiuvaxo nao neighbors of undue valuelng their prop- distinguished in the early colonial re eny, ai least Deiore me proper tnounai, cords is a matter of history. That the and the complaint, if any there be, sub- pride of family descent was cherished -! J 1 i iu m i . I . aiues mvo private gruniDiing, oi woicn by his ancestors and his contempor Am. z - r . a w . mere is more or less in proporwon to ine aries is apparent from the fact that the or shifts its get your number of glass houses in that part ot the country. The Ciiboniclk suggests the problem to our future legislators and to the i thoughtful men of the State for solution, with the observation that if, our present system ot taxtion, is to remain, a field is here presented for the exercise of the talents of the reformer. We shall have occasion to refer to this subject again between now and June, when the taxes are listed. We may use some object lessons in order to impress upon all the ionged. In a recent examination the Precisely the same resnit was obtained, by the fruit-growers. In 1883, the cure of Ninville set some hives along the walls of his garden, where for twenty years certain trees had failed to fruit. The presence of the bees acted like a charm. The next season these lone- great abundance "Harvey Rose" is conspicuous on all the sterile trees yielded a Harvey tombstones, as a heraldic emb- of apples and pears. lem, indicative of purity The Harvey burial yard was for some years in Har veys .NecK, rerquimans county, very near the shore of Albemarle Sound on a high bank upon which bank the Sound was making gradual encroachments. Some forty years ago the bodies were disinterred and removed a mile inland from shore, rebuned, and the tombs T r . 1 II it sups " bones' you money back. If it doesn't suit you, after wearing a week or two, bring it back and get your money. Wc have a primer on Cor sets for you at the store. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. T have thia day leased my farm, CLOVER- A v&ljl, to J. Horace Davis and John uraashaw lor a term of years. They have neretoiore conducted the business them selves for me, and they propose to continue it iur vnematuves m ine same manner. RICHARD H. LEWIS, Raleigh, N. C, April 7th, 1890. High Novelties! SPRING AND SUMMER necessity or giving to tne tax lister as correct and a full statement of all per sonal property, which is contained in safes and banks, such as stocks, bonds and mortgages, as of tbe real property which is visible to every eye. suits. In Austria, Hungaria, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Russia, the gov ernment encourages agriculture. In these Car.ilinas, both climate and soil are in favor of this industry. And, now that science and experience agree placed over the bodies to which they be- honey-maklr to agriculture and horti culture, let us go vigorously to work and give every farm-house its" little army of bee-gums. He who can cet the big gest battalion into the field will have the fullest barn. Qcestob. Having leased the Cloverdale Farm we pro- M. Joharn nleads fitrnntrlv nntfc T,,Q "'0V.lu u uuirer ana cream oi the same ..0.j iVU "o qUauty as heretofore desired. countrymen to return to bee culture, The patronage of former customers is so which they had to a great extent aban- licited as we guarantee to deliver nothing but uonea ne ininKs witn aisastrnns rp fUAO uuu,or cream. Telephone No. 118 DAVIS & BRADSHAW. Tnrv have a new name in Guilford county for a Republican who cares noth ing for the party and a great deal for himself. The North State has inter viewed Ma. Holton, of High Point, who says he is a Republican, stiff as ever, bnt hereafter he stands squarely on the Dack Platform. He says "one never saw a dock swim for another. Every dock for herself." This is a good and a nottl definition of political selfishness. tomb of John Harvey could not be found in the graveyard where were the tombs of his ancestors, his family con temporaries and his successors. Joen Harvey, the most distinguished of his name by record and tradition was not among them. In our inquiries relating to the mat ter, we learned from Jesse Cohoon, a citizen of Tyrrell county, of antiquarian tastes, that many years ago he came ashore on Albemarle Sound, for a har bor, in an open boat, near the Harvey burial ground, and saw the evidences of bodies that had been washed into the Sound. We have, since this informa tion from Mr. Cohoon concluded that tbe grave stone of Jno. Harvey was in J. P. GUTHRIE, Real Estate Agent, Siler CitF, Chatham Co., N. C. Oorrespondance eolicited from all sections THOROUGHLY RELIABLE BLACK DRESS GOODS ! COLORED DRESS GOODS la all the kew fabrics approved by labim ir me present season. Plain and Printed Rliir i FANCY SILKS AND VELVETS. Our White Goods. Lar.p. RmhmM. e5Ieu,n.?aboveall'ourTucked nd Hem stitehed Flouncings are the wonder and admi- w uunareus wnose daily purchasea give suhfltantial proot of their approval. Spring Wraps in Graceful Designs and Moderate Prices. Express prepaid on all casH ordrtki nf ; on or over. McKlMMON, MObKLKY & McGkE, 129 and I3l Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. C. W00LLC0TT & SON 14 E. MARTIN STKKET. TWO STARTLING BARGAINS ! 1000 Yards French Salinas ! 15c. a yard. Regular price 35c. a yard. These Goods have just arrived and will only lafct a few days. 3000 Yards Best Shirting Prints ! 5c. Sold elsewhere at Tic. a yard. Fine Laces and Embroideries In endless variety. WOOLLCOTT A SON, 14 E. Martin St., Raleioh, X. c r .v- , a,iua.uic tarm ana town lands Ao;n tion; Tonsil' bought and sold. Persons desiring to locate in this section or purchase lands will do well to communicate with me. mchl7-d&w-lm ECCE ITERUM. YCK?-.V, v t m . " uivuisiuBjjiun IOr "Here we Ar gain." Smoked fpnfa r !,re tion; Virginia Hams "'ifiS' .j T-. - ... iiauis. to the Far- MATERIAL FOR TRINITY LEGE. COL- Special Cor. of State Chp.omcle.1 Durham, N. 0., 9, 1890. I will take pleasure in laying before the Building Committee of Trinity College any and all bids for furnishing brick, sand stone granite, or other material to be used in the erection of the main building. Com mittee will meet in Durham the 18th inst. Any sample of material sent to me freight prepaid, will be laid before committee. Yours truly, E. J. Parbish, One of Committee j Fertilizer Tax Refunded ! mers. i ,r a- r Iax 18 "ally, in the end, paid by the tarmers who purchase and use it testing the validity of the fertilizer tax law to refund to them twenty-five cents for each ton ! of our brand of "Peruvian Mixture" purchased ! and used by them during this season. We akjhikx iixia ao itu act OI Himple TUStlCe AMERICAN FERTILIZER CO. mch.l6-lm-d&w Norfolk, Va. Magnolia Grandiflora. For the next thirty days I will sell Magno has three to six teet high for one dollar each From seed bed 3 to 6 inches, five dollars per 100. Cash with order. A. B. FORREST, TT Tonsnesand Rf "Nr! . fnrnm lTmo Y?l 'Z,""lAJ., all Jowls, &c, &c HARDIN & PESCUD. A PROSPEROUS COMPANY, The :tna Life's Gains in lt8t. UTE iNHLBiscE Company the pact year in every department of it- UusinesS, h III con clusively that the company ia activeh and ucceoHfully, an well as oonservatiVelv. raau aged. Its growth from year to year k been steady and substaUal. The gains were as follows: A gain in membership of A gain in interest income of A gam in market values oi A gkiu iu surplus of A gain in premium receipts of A gain in income of A gain in assets of A gain in new business of A gam in insurance cf m7-.im 3.2r" $51,43.-.."' . 5l,'J73v.r 17.-' 331,1 W-'j 385,1. 4,J.i.oll.MJ 7,765,415.C-J :-: SALE or DRV GOODS, Notions, Fine Shoe, Hats, Cap.. Clothing, Millinery Ribbons, Fancv Goods, &c, at AUCTION UCTION A UCTION XVUCTION NEW CUT HERRINGS, &c SnriemrSUitS!rin,veryilice? Col Fish, viJpsi y?D9tr Salmon, Fine Sardines Kippered Herring (an elegant iStohT&a, HARDIN & PESCUD. A VERY BAD HABIT. a-iS11'1 S?1 tolacco. It does you no good, and it is a waste of money? but if !U wi1 CUred oCAt' chew tobac v e offer yu Dianora, Hancock's Virginia Gentlemen, Gravely's beatwi n$r''JltnQ Cheslpeake Fin Cut, and other Standard brands HARDIN b PESCUD. Without Reserve. SALE FOR LADIES CN Monday, Wednesday and Friday after noon at 4 o'clock. bALE FOR MEN SALE FOR MEN Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock of each week. You will save money by attending these sales. W. G. SEPARK'S W. G. SEPARK'S W. G. SEPARK'S W. G. SEPARK,J Apl-lm 317 Polk St., Raleigh, N. 0 j 12 E. Martin St. 8mith & Woollcott,TniBteB.