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STATE CKROHiaiE, TUESDAY, ATJGTJST 12.
SEEsc state (Chvcmtdc 1-Y CHRONICLE PUBLISHING UO. J Every Morning Except Monday. THE CASH rillCE OF CHUONICLE Id W.OO per year; 3.00 for 6 months; f i.50 for 3 months. THE UUSIXE53 OFFICE and Editorial X Rooms of tho Chronicle are on the second lloor of No. 21(5, Fayetteville St. HE TALKS WISELY. COMMUNICATIONS RELATIVE TO the Business Department of this paper unould be addressed to D. II. Bbowdku. Lock Drawer No. 2, Raleigh, N. C, and all Drafts, Checks and Postal Money Orders should be made payable to his order. JOSKIMIIJS DANIELS, - - Editor. I). II. UKOWDER, - Bus. Manager. HAL. W. AVER - - Aso. Editor. Equal and Exact Justice to all Men, o( Whatever State or Persuasion, Re ligion or Political. Thomas Jeller- non. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES, TOR SUPERIOR COURT JUIXJE. 1st District Geo. II Brown, Jr.,o Beau fort. 2nd District II KNT.r R.Br.YAN,of Craven. 4th District Sii Kit Wiiitaker, of Wake oth District R W. Winston,of Granville, f.th District E. T. Boy kin, of Sampson. 7th District James I). Mciver, of Moore. Sth District d. F. Arm field, of Iredell, loth District Jxo. Gray BvxuM.of Burke FOR SOLICITOR. let District J. II. BLOUNT.of Perquimans 2nd District J. M. Grizzard, of Halifax. 3rd District J no. E. WooDARD.of Wilson. 4th District E. W. Pou, JR., of Johnston. rth District E. S. Parker, of Alamance. th District O. II. Allrn, of Lenoir. th District Fraxk McNeill, of Rich mond. 8th District B. F. Loxo, of Iredell. Oth Dlstrict-W. W. Barber, of Wilkes. 10th District W.C.NEWLAND.of Caldwell 12th District Geo. A. Jones, of Macon. FOR CONGRESS. 3n District-B. F. Grady, of Duplin. 4th District -B. II. Bunn, of Nash. Sth District A. II. A. Williams, of Gran ville. Cth District S. B. Alexander, of Meck lenburg. 7th District J. S Hendkrson, of Rowan. DEM. STATE CONVENTION. Raleigh, Wednesday, August 20th. IIrN W. .J. Nortoern, a leadiDg member of the Alliance, and a gentle man of acknowledged ability and great popularity, who was nominated for Gov ernor of Georgia last week, made a speech of great wisdom. We have space only for an extract, but it will serve to show his wisdom, his faith in Democratic principles, and his devotion to the Dem ocratic party as the party of all the peo ple, especially the agriculturists. We quote: Our duty now takes hold upon the living present. Above all things else political, involving, if need be, any sac rifice of personal ejids and personal views, the security of tho government and the stability of the Stato must b-3 founded on the absolute unity of the national Democratic party. The Democratic party, if ever in power, stands pledged to the proper ad justment of the burdens of government, to the devotion of the masses, to the ex ercise of any and all rights common to any and all people, to the fre and un limited coinage of silver, and to the proper increase of the currency to meet the necessary demands of legitimate business, to the reduction of the tariff, so as to draw no more money from the people than is ats.lutely necessary for the adminiistratiou of the government; the Democratic party, claimiDg for every citizen the free and uutrammeled right to the expression of his choice at the ballot-box, will exhaust all legitimate re sistance to Federal interference with our elections; the Democratic party, bravely standing upon the broad principles of American freedom equal rights to. all men and special privileges to none will demand for every citizen individual liberty, for every section local self-government and the rights of the State, and for all people an honest, fair, judicious aud economical administration of pub lic affairs. The Farmers in Kansas. Eureka, Km , Aug. 9. For the pt few months it hts bcu known that the Farmers' Alliarca would put ia the field a new psrty ticket, to be known as the People's ticket. Much political speculation has been indulged in as to results should this b3 done. To day the Convention met and nominated their ticket, composed of Republicans and Democrats, but before they were nomi nated each one was asked h ? lie itood regarding the old parties, and in reply each one said he was an Alliance man pure and simple. The convention was large and seemed very much in earnest I in their deliberations. Most ot the day was taken up in discussion and adopt ing their platform. W J. St. 5. TD I EL mm I8' fp M1U. IS' NEW MUSIC i i pd T?. ATTONS 1 UK PREPARATIONS FOR OUR GRAND OUIt GRAD 40 Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High--. all in leavening strength. -U. b. Government Report, An$. 17, 18S9. WHAT DO YOU THINK OF 'J HIS, WHITE MEN? HEM. CONG. CONVENTIONS. 1st District, Edcnton, Aug. 12. Sth District, Lenoir, Aug. 28th. Oth District, Ashevilie, Aug. 27th. DEM. JUDICIAL CONVENTIONS. 11th District, Lincolnton, Aug. 14th. 83fThe Chronicle desires to furnish a correct list of ail Conventions to bo held in tho State, and will thank its friends to holp us. THE STATE ALLIANCE. This morning, in Ashevillo, the fourth annual meeting of the Farmers' Alliance of North Carolina will convene in Ashe vilie. Four years ago, when the first meeting of tho Stato Aliiance was held at Rockingham, it was a very small body and exerted no influence except in a few counties in tho southern part of the Stato. Only eight counties were then o.ganizod. Cait. S. B. Alexander was then elected President,though he was not a delegate and was not present. Col. L. L. Polk was elected Secretary. Rapidly the order has grown under the aggressive policy of its first and later officers, until to-day it numbers nearly 00,000 members, and ha3 an organiza tion in every county in tho State except tho county of Dare. Wo had the ploasuro of meeting Mr. Elias Oarr, President of the State Alli ance, in Raleigh Saturday on his way to tho groat gathering, and of discussing with him the value and power of the or dir. Ho is one of the most successful farmers in North Carolina, aud withal a most Accomplished gentleman one who in success and education is eminently qualified to preside over the great gath ering of farmers who will be represented in Ashevilie when ho lets his gavel fall to-morrow at 12 m. Tho Stato Alliance is composed of one delegate and ono alternato from each oounty in tho State. It is a secret or ganization and tho deliberations aro theroforo not open to tho public. Mr. D. II. Drowder, of the Chronicle staff, is in attendance and will keep tho readers of this paper posted upon all matters which aro given to 1he public. To-day at 12 o'clock tho Alliance will bo called to order in secret session, and this afternoon there will 1)9 a public meeting. An address of welcome will be delivered by Gen. R. B. Vance and tho Mayor of Ashevilie. Addresses will be delivered by prominent citizens a reception will follow, tendered by the citizens of Ashevillo and the Buncombe County Alliance. WORDS OF WISDOM. (hxtract from proceedings of Cedar urecK Townsnip, Cumberland county, meeting, in j? ayeueviue uuscrver.) On motion of Maj. Jno. Evans, all persons present who expected to vote and act with the Democratic party were invited to participate in tho proceedings of the meeting. Maj. Eaves made a very strong and effective appeal that tho Farmers' Alliance, with its great in fluence, should remembar the para mount importance to good government of fealty to the principles of Democracy. (Frcm National Republican.) When through the operation of the Lodge national election bill six or seven Southern States shall discard Democratic rule, we shall look confidently to see some measure of justice done the blacks who have been so long defrauded of their rights. Heavy taxes should be laid upon tho property of the whites to develop and extend the public school system in those States, separate schools for the two races should be abolished, and the plan of bringing the youth of both colors into close and equal relations in schools and churches given a fair trial as one of the most potent elements to break down the detestable bourbonism of the South. The right of the black to bear arms should be guaranteed to him, as well as the social rights intended to be secured him by the passage of the 14th and 15th amendments to the constitution. The State laws against the inter-marriage of the races should be repealed, and anv discriminations against the blacks in the matter of learn ing trades or cbtainiDg employment should be made a criminal offence, while the colored man's right to hold office should be sacredly protected and recog nized. A few years of this policy will solve tho race problem satisfactorily. The talk of Southern Democratic Con gressmen in the House on Lodge's na tional election law bill reminds one of the fierj diatribes of Southern Represen tative3 just before the war. but the plantation whip wa3 cracked in vain thi3 time. It has been a long time since then, and the world all but the South ern section of the United States has grown wiser. This one item, and it's a big one with us, should he considered by every one in tending to huy any kind of lloor covering. AVe are in hetter shape than ever, for this season of the year, to show carpets, as we have heen buying lib erally, and almost every freight brings something new. The demand for carpets has been unusually heavy for this month, and that, with some alterations that we have been making, has sept this department in some disorder, but now we are about straight, and can show carpets with all our accustomed conveniences. As to prices, all we will say is that during August; you can get prices that you. can't get alter Sept. 1st. As to the quality of stock Ave carry, you Haven't an idea, until you come and see; and in the medium grades, we really havo for you some of the choicest patterns, and at prices that the same goods have not been offered at in the city. Will cheerfully submit samples to our out-of-town patrons. W. H. & 11. S. TUCKER & CO., Raleigh, N. C. A POSER. He is a good one, is Benjamin Frank lin Grady, the Democratic nominee for Congress in the Third district, but we are afraid that he has been asked one question now which will be hard for him to answer. A corresDondent of the A - Clinton Caucasion propounds several inquiries to him, and closes with this difficult one: "Where is Ex-President Hayes?" TEEEELL & MOSELEY, Commission Merchants, HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERS 203 Fayetteville St., RaWjli, H. C. STOLEN KISSES is the name ot anew rand of chewing tobacco for which we are saie agents in Haleigh. TERRELL & MOSELEY. .MULLETS- -"Wo .received the first ship ma nt of new mullets yesterday. TERRELL & MOSELEY. Closing out Sale of" Rem nants, blioic Lengths AND ODDS AND ENDS HAVE BEEN CONCLUDED. TOMORROW'S SALES WILL BEGIN AT HALF COST PRICE- t fl one! it It is our annual SweepsKe o will be in the nature ot a REVELATION IN CUT PRICES, TTrrlented in the history of the retail dry goods trade of this city. Jery article placed on our BARGAIN COUNTERS will have the price marked upon it in plain figures, so tnatno customer lead as to the price. OUR HALF COST PRICES include thousands of remnants, short lengths and odds and ends in every diacription of DRYGOODS. Our store rill be crowded from morning fall night Come early and secure fresh bargains. McKlMMON, MOSELEY & McGEE, 129 and 131 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. C. 'Kath'etn," new song, by C. A. White, 'My Marguerite of Long Ago" by C. A. White, "Madeline" by C. A. White, "Thou art all to ine," beautiful waltz s-.n; by H. T. Smith, author ot"it lou Love me Darling, Listen to my tale of woe Ac.'- "Only Sweet Memories" Waltz Song, by H. T. Smith. CO Lilac" Karl Gardner's New Song in "Far- "That is Love" greatest hit of the season, vi MAIL ORDERS For the above an i for other popular song quickly filled. 2,000 SELECTIONS TEN CENT MUSI NABE PIANOS, RANICH & BACH PIANOS. I MB ALL TIANOS. IMBALL ORGANS. MILLER OKGANS. NEEDHAM ORGANS. SOLE AGENTS For the above instruments. Best goods and lowest prices. NORTH 8TATEMUSTO CO., Cecil G. t-se, Mg'r, 113 Fayetteville-St., Raligh, N. C. I! NOTHING IjIKE SUCCEEDS SUCCESS. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER is the most wonderful med icine, ia because it has never failed in any in stance, no matter what the disease, from LEP ROSY to the simplest disease known to the hu man sj stem. The scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease ia CAUSED BY MICROBES, AND mm mh Era Exterminates the Microbes and drives them out of the system, and when that is done you cannot liave an ache or pain. No rratter vhat the disease, whether a simple case of Malaria Fever or a combination of diseases, ve cure them all at the same time, as wo treat all dis eases constitutionally. PUODUCKWe handle all kinds of country produce on commission. Consign ments solicited. TERRELL & MUSELEY. jne!7-tf JAMES McKlMMON & CO., JAMES McKlMMON & CO., 133 Fayex tevilxje Stbeet and 5 Haboett St -BUY THE BEST--BUY THE BEST- Phone 23 Uakgett St D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't, WHOLESALE Commission Merchant NOW IN STORE ON CONSIGNMENT: A Lot of Choice North Carolina Bacon. BA.RRELS N. C. Cut Herrings (in ZiD white pine barrels). OA HALF BARRELS Choice N. C Fam O U il v Roe Herrings. JQ BUSHELS Nice Large Onions. O A A GALLONS Pure Co Cider Yine- OVV gar. These Goods are First Class, in good condi tion and will be sold low by the package. Notice of the Incorporation ofRaleigli Paper Co. North Carolina, Wake County. Before Clerk Superior Court. We Have Just Received a Full Line of Peter Henderson's GARDEN SEED- GARDEN SEED PURITAN POTATOES ONION SETS Chickens, Eggs, Country Butter, Sic. Received and Sold Daily. LEMONS, ORxNGES and BANANAS Constantly on Hand. Everytl iing jPertaining to the Garden Always on Hand a Full Stock of the VERi BEST STAPLE, FANCY AND HEAVY -JAM1HS JMoKIMMON & CO.--JAM SS McKlMMON k CO.- PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh, Bron chitis, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liver Disease, Chills and Fever, Fe male Troubles, in all its forms, and,, in fact, every Disease knows, to the Human System. HOME-SPUN YARNS. Beware of Fraudulent Imitations See that our Trade-Mark (same as above) appears on each jug. Send for book "History of tho Microba Killer," given away by LEE, JOHNSON & CO., DRUGGISTS RALEIGH, C. Hi a III 19 I I I II I wm Pima a miiflf am MURFREESBORO, N. C. (Charlotte Chronicle.) In tho good old days when the In ferior court of Rowan was in the h"ey day of its glory, a poor little scared nig ger was up for stealing a watermelon. The counsel on either side made able speeches, the jury, of which Frank Hogers was foreman, listened attentively to tho arguments, and in due time re tired to consider the case. When at length they came filing back a mighty hush fell upon the great crowd in the court house. When tho clerk asked. "wentiemen, nave you agreed upon a verdict?1' The foreman stepped for ward and said: "The jury, after due consideration, find the prisoner at the bar guilty, but inasmuch as the jury finds that every member of it has been guilty at some time of their life of the same offence as tho prisoner, they recommend him to the mercy of the court." Chief J ustice F. E. Shober and Asso date Justices Sloan and Fraley then put their heads together and shortly atter Judge Shober arose and remarked with solemn dignity becoming one who wore the ermine: "The court, after consulta tion, havo agreed, in view of the fact that all tho members of this court have been guilty of the same offense as the prisoner at the bar, to suspend judg ment in the case." Parents and guardians will do well to nota the following tact?: The Institute was located J.t Murfreesboro in preterence to many other vorv desirable places because of its celebrity lor health, and the history of tho school for more than forty years demonstrates the wisdom of their course. The beauty of the location is not surpassed in North Carolina. The dormitories were refurnished and carpeted Hst summer. The coarse of instruction is as extensive as the demands of the public will allow. Only the best and most experienced teach- ers are employed in all departments, and the work done is thorough. The charges are as reasonable as they can bo made for the class of work done. The fall session begins on Wednesday, September 10th. For Catalogue or additional infm-mati address ' JNO. B. BREWER, PRESIDENT. julyl4-d&w6w Wanamaker lo his Bible class: Young gentlemen, in tho interest of morality I have excluded Tolstoi's last book from tho mails. As you will want to judga for yourselves, I take pleasure in stating that I havo ordered a large number of copies of tho work to bo placed on sale at my &toro. Atlanta Constitution. Frominent Davidsonians. Salisbury Watchman. Judge Matthew Locke McCorkle, who succeeds the late lamented Judge Shipp m the 11th district, and Capt. Mciver, who received the nomination for Judze over Judge McRae, are both graduates of Davidson College. Hon. A. Leazar, who was lately defeated in this district by Hon. John 8. Henderson for Con gress, is also a Davidson graduate, as is also the able chairman of the Democratic btate Executive Committe, Ed. Cham bers Smith, and the solicitor of the Su perior Court in the 11th district, Frank x. vauorne. Sale of Land. On Wednesday, the 20th day of August, 1890, 1 will sell at pbblic auction at the Court House door in Raleigh, Wake county, N. C. 378 acres of land, situated in Harnett county, N. C, adjoining the lands of William Guv, t Matthews, William Cutts and others, lying" on the waters of Bowies creek, and more fully de scribed in a Deed of Trust from W. P. Wr9n and wife to W. H. Pace, Trustee, recorded in Book W, page 513 to 545, Register's Office, of Harnett county Terms of sale cash. Time of sale 12 o'cloek m. W. H. PACE, julyl8-tda Trustee. SWANNAXOA HOTEL, Ashevilie, N. C. Still in high favor with Southerners. Tirst class appointments and Mountain Views, TERMS MODERATE. Special rates by tho week. RAWLS BROS., jnel5-2mo3 Proprietors, Ther t's a corset that isn't a corse t, a waist with straps for the t shoulders and rows of buttons to button on skirts and stocking supporters :and so orth the Ball Waist and that's about the whole of it. Mo ; you can put it in the washtub no metal in it or on it. - . v VV-v., It is worth your seeing, if for nothing but how to sew on buttons to button easy and never come off, and how to make buttonholes . wear for ever. ' ? j " Women diff er in their ways of thinking and dressing as well as in other ways. 4 This waist is for women whose minds are made up that they won't wear corsets. ' There's much to be? said on both sides ; but did you ever hear of a woman who hadn't made up her mind in some way? and is there any possible use in trying to get her to change it? She will and she will ; or she "won't and she won't. - : You can get the Ball Waist and wear it a week or two or three; and, if you don't want it, bring it back to us and get your money. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. ISTotioe! On Saturday, tho Cth day of September 1S90, at the court house door, in the city of Raleigh, N. C, I will sell to the highest bid der at public outcry tho following property to-wit: One lot in the city of Raleigh fronting lorty-eight feet on Hinton street, and run ning back about one hundred and forty-five feet and adjoining the .lands of Devereux At kinson and Washington Jones and others and containing about one-eighth of an acre Said sale will be made by virtue of powera conferred upon the undersigned, Andrew Syme, as administrator of B. B.Lewis, Jr.. de ceased, by the terms and conditions of & mortgage deed made by Gideon Perry and wife Hester to said Lewis, which is duly ree lstered m the office of the Register of Deed lor Wake county, N. C, in Book CO, page 3U. Terms ot sale cash. Time of sale 12 m. ANDREW SYMtt ugfm'r f B B' WiS Jr" Morgee. - Free and Prompt Delivery. Phone 28. D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't. OCRACOKE. SUMMER SCHEDULE OP STEAMER BEAUFORT. (C For the benefit of those who desire to visit Ocracoke during the Season, the Beaufort will run the following schedule: Lve Washington every Saturday 11 p. m. Monday 5 a. m. Wednesday 8 am. Close connection with the steamers from Greenville and Tarboro, and the train from Jamesville that connects with the Wilmingten & Weldon Railroad. On intermediate days the Beaufort will touch at New Berne, leaving there 7 a. m. Tuesdays t nd 9 p. ni. Thursdays, connecting wiih Atlan ic Railroad. Pare. Oiracokft and re- From W&stiington to turn $2.58 From New Berne to Osracoko and rstturn $2.50. Single Trip Tickets $1.50. From Washington to New Berne $2.50. ; From New Berne ;to Washington $2.50. AMPLE AOCOMMOSATION. SPENCER BEOS., Managers. The Steamer Beiufort has been rebuild nd made larger, and is now a comfortable and Beaworthy boat, and has a permit to carry 250 passengers. (julyl7-30d W00LLC0TT & SON, .14 E. MARTIN STREET. We ofiet special bargains this month to our cr stomal, and would be pleased to see them all, weareiaatisfied that if you come you will Purchases. Notice is hereby given that I have this day issued letters declaring John B. Brewer, J. N. Holding, H. G. Holding and C. E. Brewer, their associates and f-uc-cessors, a corporation under the name and style of Raleigh Paper Company, for the purposes set forth in the articles of agree ment and plan of incorporation which have been filed and recorded in this office, with all the privileges and powers under chapter 16 of the Code of North Carolina, and the laws amendatory thereof. The main business proposed to be done by tne corporation is the making and sell ing of news paper, wrapping paper, and all other kinds of paper usually mace out of cotton and linen rags, wood pulp, old paper and all other kinds of material gen erally used in connection therewith; and the buying and selling of all kinds of rags, old paper, wood pulp, and all other articles, chemicals, &c, of any and every nature needed to effectuate the aforesaid business of the company. The corpora tion proposes to do the following business secondary to the main business, in order to utilize the machinery and water power owned by the company, and to aid the company in doing its main business to wit: the buying of wood, and the making and selling of wood pulp; the buying, sawing and selling of timber of every kind, and the manufacture and sale of ail kinds of articles made out of wood, and a combination of woodwith iron and other . materials; the buying, ginning, manufac turing and selling of cotton; the grinding of corn and wheat into meal and Hour; the buying, selling and trading of goods" wares, merchandise, farm and household supplies of every kind; the buying and selling of all kinds of property and mate rial, and the doing of all things necessary to carry out and properly conduct the aforesaid business of said corporation. The place of business of said corporation is mainly at the Falls of Neuse River, Wake county, N. C, but said corporation wi'l have an office and receive its mail in the city of Raleigh, said connty of Wake. The capital stock of said corporation is forty thousand dollars, divided into four hundred shares of one hundred dollars each, with privilege to increase the capi tal.stock to three hundred thou-, and dol lars. None of the stockholders of said corpo ration are individually or personally lia ble for any debt, contract, liability or omission of, or demand on, said corpora tion. CHAS. D. UPCIIURCH, Clerk Superior Court Wake County. July 11, '90 6w COLIN M. HAWKINS & GO,, INVESTMENT BROKERS, 331 FAYETTEVILLE ST., RALEIGH, N. C. WE BUY and SELL on COMMISSION ALL CLASSES OF BOHTDS, STOCKS, AND .COMMERCIAL PAPER. We dovote special attention to the negotia tion of BONDS TOWNS, FOB CITIES, RAILWAYS and INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES. We hava the r?st line of light colored calico in the city, which we -mil sell you for live cents 4 yard, irorth 7. BIXBY'S Beat Bladang at 9 centa per bottle, worth and sella loir 25 cents, SHOES, fiadiea Lace and Button Shoos, (all solid Leather,) at 11.00. These aro the beat shoes in the city for the money I o- -And in all ofonr departments the trood squally as ch.9ap. Call and eee them. slta it your purchases amount to $20.00 within three months, we make you a present (fr r charge) of a book worth $6.00 SLkiiS vonr purchases cost yon only $1'. ee ttfe BOOKS nfn ?V tteritlon Biven to the Invettment f0S out-f-town investors: Jnlv4-ev dv fr wk thn ev Sun Ir 3m THE YARBOKO HOUSE. B. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raleigh, N. C. $10.50 to $15 per week Kates, $2 50 per day. HOTEL FLORENCE T. G. Abrdtgton, Manager, BAUuon, N. C. Booma, with meals aj t Yarboro House, $2.00 r j iu.w per week. Special rated ,. irR.lv awenaing be- ro iy preme Court NATT. ATKINSON & SON, REAL ESTATE DEALERS, Ashevilie, X. C. Send for nrirfi-list rf TVnv. - iuHui onerettBT" us. embracing all feinrU rf aj t CITY PROPERTY, FARMS. IN OUR SHOW WINDOW. Woolcott&Son. AND TIMBER,. MINERAL IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. julylm411 ttoi"& of Ashevilie. V, Mortgage Sale. UBMaSfSf. exerted by James 1890 m&cJk A&t 18th. .Raleigh, atl2 'clv X 7 of bidder, for-eaefc the lanrfl fv. " l"e m&it situated in t!S0 i,a-n-d? herein d8Cribed. in tne Laada of 8. 8 BraaafilM T it 1f aJw HUlory Thompeon and t othei heira julyl7-lm J0HH CRENSHAW, Mortgagee. rr- 1 ft - CALIGRAPH77 TYPE-WRITER. for manifoldin rented " V , 5 . M5.00L Machine etalLmenta parnes and sold on w- brghWnSeel0- h8 recf nt who ruire the best tw dema,?d8 ot thoe Prioe iioom w - that can be produced. NEWMAN & SON, Gen'l Ao'xs, 'riiAgt HENNESA HOUSE, Murphy, Jf. C. niShftd Jl??hUr HoteTTaa been newly fnr f though and enlarged to meet the BOARD REASONABLE. jnlyl8-2m J. n. HENNESA, Prop'r.