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STATE OHKOEICIB, SUNDAY, AUGUST 24.
:omae IY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING ii Every Morning Excvpt Mondaj Liis; JL ;- per car: fr uiout il.ix) tor o mouths. rll E mLs'KSS OK FICK and Editorial 1 ;) -:ho1 J Chronicle are on tae v:ond iioor of -No. -JPi, Fayetteville St. COMMUNICATIONS RELATIVE TO i j the lia;r.?s.s l.vpMrtmeni 01 uu be add re 1 to I), JL iJi'.owDKi:. Lock Drawer No. 2, Kaieixh.N. (,.,anjlcU Mr;, It-: ('hee.! Mild Postal MOW) Uiuuo TOLVfOI ON CARRIAGE. (From New York Herald.) Leon Tolstoi speaks to a large audi ence because excentricil v ha3 a charm cf its ovvn. Tolstoi is the iroduct of the hour. Like a piece of hot lava be has been hurled from the inner depths of a cor rupt social system. Ilia later life i3 a protest, and his present writings are a wr ...... i . :i l sarcasm, lie represents a spiritual 10- Hhould be made payable to his oruer. JOSLPIU'S DAMKLS, - - Kditor. I). II. UROWJH.K, lias. -Manaj II I L. W. AYIL't - - Asso. Editor. Lqiml and Exact Justice to all Men, ol Whatever Mate or JVrMiasion, IU Ifciotit or Political. Thomas Jelicr- SOIl. SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, lsOO. DEMOCRATOHOMINEES. Fcr Ciirf JkUcj cf lb Supreme Court i HON. A. S. 3IKRU13ION. For Asso, Jus. of the Supreme Court' II or. '.V ALT Ell CLARK. THE II EAT DEBATE. (Nov.- York Evening Post.) For the first time since the exigency of the war rendered it necessary to im pose very heavy internal or excise taxes upon the people of ibis country and to establish duties upon foreign imports at corresponds gly excessive rates, a genu ine debate on the merits of the tariff question has begun in the Congress of the United S;ates. It brings into conspicuous notice several points 1. The great ability, sincerity ol pur- action from the social and political ex- pose and mastery of the subject on the cesses of the age, a reaction violent, ex- part of the leading speakers on tboDem , . UOIUUC S1UU. i.vmv,....- v. o v ir. rrincr5 intn 'ot mnrA mncmn- v oltaiuk m iiko mauaer misiuu tuc ous notice either the want of sincerity evils of contemporaneous church meth- or the want of capacity on the other ods for the natural product of Chris- ski e. tianity, and frantically sought refuge in Ue Congressional Record shows that otwm Nnt rpat. Pnnncrh to institute senator Vance is the leader ol the UbUVlk. .A. ' V W fa. a. w - I reform, he poured the vials of his wrath Democrats in the Tariff discussion, and upon Home, and boldly advocated the that he displays "great ability, sincerity abolition of all religion because the one or purpose and mastery ot the subject.' ha cm npnn .i.int fid with was not rerfect. Ed. Chronicle Tolstoi is gifted, eloquent and am bitious for martyrdom. "Tis not his profit that does lead his honor," for he has surrendered wealth, home, position GALA WEEK -IN ASHEVILLE! SPORT AND BUSINESS. FIRST WEEK IN tEi'TEMBEB. GOD FEAIUiNG JURORS. I OR SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE. 1st District (im. II.BnowN, Ji:.,of Beau fort. Jnd District UExr.vn.lJRYAN',of Craven. 4th District Simku Whitakki:, of Wake Tith District 11 V. Winston, of Granville, r.th Distiict E. T. ISoykik, of Sampson. Tth District J AMKS I). McIver, of Moore. Mb. District il. F. Aumfikld, of Iredell, ioth District I no. Ghav IJyn cm. of Burke llth District--W. A. JIoick, of Lincoln. FOR SOLICITOR. lot District J. II. IJLorNT.of Terquimans 'Jud District J. M. (Jkizzaud, of Halifax. :ird District Jno. E. WooDAnn.of Wilson. 4th District E. W. Pou, Jr.., of Johnston, r.th District E. S. Parker, of Alamance. Oth District O. II. Allfn, of' Lenoir, vth District Frank McNeill, of Richmond. Sth District-B. F. Long, of Iredell, nth District W. W. Uakbkii, of Wilkes. Kit h District W.C.NLWLAND.of Caldwell llth District F. I. Osp.orne, of Mecklen bnrg. 12th District Geo. A. Jones, of Macon. FOR CONGRESS. 1st District W.A.B. BuANcn.of Beaufort. :5rd District--li. F. Gkady, of Duplin. 4th District-B. II. Bunn, of Nash. 5th District A. II. A. Williams, of Gran ville. 0th District S. B. Alexander, of Meck lenburg. Tth District J. S Hendkuson, of IlowaD. The Orange County Observer says that in a case in the Superior court of that and a career in order to preach the new county week before last, eleven of the gospel of chao3. We bow in something jurors were church members and that like reverence to the self-sacrmcing im- upon retiring for consultation they knelt pulses of his heart, but neither his down and prayed the Lord to guide judgment nor his plan of redemption them to a correct verdict can command resnect. Judged from the I m t -y "n -t . 1 1 j stnw,int nf cnnil hi Insnnh v hp KPrvps HE ivcmersvuie iNews says mac our " I TIT 1. .. 1 L 1 2 thn finrnose of a practical loke. His nr.on .eorre.ponaent is in error m rhetoric hides pervasive sophistry, and statiuS tbat 1 'the Kernersville News will ui i hnnplRSlv innnfi. be brought out and run in the interest a 1 ft . 1 -r 11 . . a -m w It is true that the prevailing ideas of 01 lDe epuoncan party, with A. m marriago RALEIGH'S LEAD IK G PI aiAny I JJJJJJJJJJJJJ.T.TJJJJJ H ADVERTISING 31 AXI3IS. II II -2 11 A man that has for trade no eyed Will ne'er begin toadvertidG f 3 2. 3d, 4tb, 5th and Gth, 1S90. 1 T Xi A merchant dull gives vent to sighs, H And being dull won't advertise. H 3- " How can a man to fortune rise U If Le refuse to advertise ? H 4 -jx He who is poor for fortune tries, -M- 'Twill bft Croat li.ln to ailvurtisft Pliysiciaiis' i'lweiipi.j Filled with Cure a:ui DisJ H II II pat eli. II II II of H H II ml 1 t i - i . i i tt ine siuggara ions in sinmoer nos If Awake ! ! and advertise G. T The man of sense is truly wise TT And knows enough to advertise. II 7. J He, in the distance, gam descries, xr And swift begins to advertise. it 8 11 And lo ! Bankruptcy swiftly flies, IU Ho will forever advertise. W V 9. ! 11 II A Fresh Sleek and Chemicals t i rii II rro lrei 5 Al- II ways on Hand. II H II II II II What house its work successful t)lies?Ai 11 Ah ! 'tis the firm who advertise. H BBBBBBI3BBBBBBB B B J. HAL BOB3UTT. 23G FAYETTE VILLE ST., Raleigh, N. C. Phoite 23- -16 Haegett 8t D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't, WHOLESALE Commission Merchant DEM. COG. CONVENTIONS. 2nd District, Kinston, Sept. :i;d. 8th District, Lenoir, Aug. 28ih. Jth District, Ashoville, Aug. 27th. TO-D Ys IlitONICLE. of in- No wonder that the oirculation the Daily State Chronicle creates weekly. We have the ablest corps of contributors, and give our readers oil tho news. In addition to the news and telegraph ic features to-dy, we give our readers the able, cLufpient and manly speech of Gpv. CJoltDONjtotho Georgia State Farm ers' Alliance ;-i Politico Educational-Religious Ecrmon by llov. E. A. Yates, D. D.; an interesting note about tho late Jiulgo AncniisALD D. MunriiY, by Mr. C. E. I'auish ; an article on "The Fertil izer Tax," by Dr. T. J. Hoy kin, "Tolstoi on Marriago'' aud many choice selec tions. - HOW THEY AUG SWINDLED. are loose; that many young men are more anxious to fall into a fort uno than to fall in love; that young wo men frequently look more eagerly for an establishment than for a home. It may also be true that romance has largely given way to finance, and that Cupid, suborned r gue, is using his arrows pierce a bauk account instead of a heart The oath taken at the altar has some times no higher significance than the big seat on a civil contract and binds both parties to the transfer of certain person al property cr real estate. Tolstoi's sneer at this state of things, like the shot fired at Concord, is heard round tiie world. The sting of hi3 crit icism is vicious but deserved. In tho blaze of hi3 elorpuence we see Hymen dis guised as an auctioneer knocking beauty down to the highest bidder, and we naturally wince, for the truth he tells is as painful as a rankling wouud. So far we sit at Tolstoi's feet as at the feet of Jove and noto his sure aim as he hurls thunderbolts at the arrogant and insolent vices which usurp the throne of purity and tho place of honor. But when we ask for the remedy our teacher is no longer a philosopher but an anarchist. The most disheartened pessimist shrinks from his proposed plans and the practical man spurns them as nonsense. They mean dynamite aud destruction, as though one should say, "Tho vasG has a spot of dirt on it; don't wash, but rather break it." Marriage, cries Tolstoi, is "a fall;" and for fear we may misunderstand him Davis at the head." Mr. J. M. Guyer, the owner and editor cf the News, says: The News does not know A. M. Davis, and if there is uch an arrangement be ing considered, it has not been commu nicated to me. Tiie St. Louis Globe-Democrat, which t0 belie3 its name, and is a great Republi can paper, calls upon Congress to drop the Force bill now and forever. J CrOYALT&II 4 NOW IN STORE ON CONSIGNMENT: A Lot of Choice North Carolina ILtcon. BAlUiELS N. C. Cut Herrings (in white pine barrels). HALF UA11HELS Choice N. C ily Itoe Herrings. BUSHELS Nice Large Onions. 25 30 50 Fam- 300 GALLONS Pure Co Cider Vine- These Goods are First Class, in good condi tion and will bo sold low by the package. Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High est of all in leavening strength. TJ. S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1S89. A larga proportion of tho patrons of the Louisiana Lottery invest one dollar at a time. It may interest them to know just what chances of winning are thus secured, and how often they may ex pect to bo disappointed. By a careful calculation, it seems that a one dollar ticket implies ono chance ia three of winning 85c, one chance in nineteen of winning 1.75, and ono chanco in 1,237 of winuing $1.2. These figures are CJttainly ;not calculated to encourage Htich a method of speculation. MONEY IN POLITICS. The Forum for September will contain a political essay on "Money Interests in Political Affairs," by E. L. Godwin, ed itor New York Evening Post, in which Mr. (Jodkin traces to tho growth of pro tection tho enormous aud alarmiug in crease of the inllueuce cf mon?y in pol itic?, which lie regards ai tho most ?m porlant fact of our time. o OUR SCOTCH POPULATION. A gentleman who attended the recent Fair at Red Springs writes an account of it fcr the Chronicle. Having already printed a communication about the Fair, wo cannot givo tho article in full. Tho following extract is so true a de scription of our excellent Scotch popula tion that wo make room for it: To tho person who is acquainted with tho peculiarities of tho Scotch, it is a pleasure indeed to mingle with the peo plo of this section of tho State. That clannish disposition that made Scotland tho seat of moro brilliant romances, moro aeeas or bravery, ana moro exam ples of patiiotic devotion than any other country on earth is still full grown in this noblo people, and makes them morally and socially an example worthy ot uiu imitation or an other peoples. And fine-looking men! I never did sco so many liaofaco3in any other place. ,Thcro is more intelligence to the square !l- ! ll ! i . .1 .. miio in mis section man any otuor part of North C.irolina. Women 1 To a man whoso voin3 aro filled with Scotch blood, there ia no charm equal to the enchant ing witchery of Bmiling lasses. As 1 gazed upon tho sea of beautiful faces, I thought of Flora McDonald, Marv, the Scottish Queen, and a long lino of" illus trious womon whoso blood still pulsate in thi3 people of Highland descent. folly. They indicate weakness and should be avoided by every strong man and every pure woman. Marriage as an institution should therefore be razed to the ground in the name of progress and the general welfare. While these thrilling assertions are w l i e. nona i to. LAST WEEK IN AUGUST, 1890 This month is usually not he adds, it is "a sin." Marriage is not a a very busy one ill came! s. sacrament, and falling, in love is mere hut this August is ail excep tion. If we do not sell a sinsrle yard of carpet this week, we can still sav Saturdnv night, when Ave are throusrh work, that Ave have done the biggest business in this line of stulf that ha still trembling on His Hps you venture to been done ill Kaleigll dlir sugge3t that if all men were celibate and inc: Auirust. all homes wero aboliihed tho world Some iumv nslc. w-linf. fa .. - - .j would speedilv come to an end and the the cause ? human raco bo extinguished. But Tol- -karly m the month we be- stoi is a man of int.filWtnA.l nArvo nH u, mie OI car- he meets the emergency with the cour- Pts, as lilrSe as is ordina nce of recklessness. He replies :-Well. A111113 Ul lor regular if the world comes to an end we can get 0Tthe stoc toetlr along without it. Indeed, that seems to with lower prices than the bo a consummation which Tolstoi eager- same grades had formerly ly anticipates. Doesn't the Bible de- sold lor, caused many to clare, he say?, that the world will come buy early. to an end some time, and doesn't science JLast week was added new assert that the sun is gradually cooling? attractions. This week we If all things aro rushing toward a fatal wllt to close out some prt- crash we mav as well do what wo nn t.n ltll,s tliat are not brand Almost any one can afford to Yhit Asheville, for the sport promised uron this occasion by our Rifle Team and Shot Gun Clubs in their "International Suooting Match" programmed for the days commencing Wednesday and con tinuing balance of the week, and when there is offered that unusual combina tion of FUN AND MONEY MAKING . 'tis expected that everybody will corno ! This "Shooting Tournament," by mutual agreement, is to furnish the fun, and we, the undersigned, are on that occa sion to offer to the thousands of visit ors, who are expected attend, the oppor tunity of purchasing some of the FINEST RESIDENCE LOTS ever offered in this or any other city being just out of the busy and bustling part of townthe very place for a home or an investment, for some one who will want a home. The safe rule to judge the future i3 by the past then take a retrospect of "Asheville Dirt Invest ors" every man of them that' went In, and went in deep, is rich 1 You can I do the same she has greater things in the future than she has realized in the past. A thousand per cent, more money is to bo spent in her corporate limits and near environments in the next three years than in the past three. This isno guess work. Statistics prove the assertion. Then is it not the time to put money in GILT-EDGE PROPERTY ? That this is the kind we purpose offer ing in the One Hundred and Two Acres of unbroken forest lyiug along Merri mon Avenue the boulevard ot the city, no one will question. The one milk post stands near the centre of this prop erty, about one-third of it being within the city limits, and the remainder in the charming suburban villa of Ramoth. There has never been an thing com- The Equal of Any Make ill P s '-9 t M Chickens, Eggs, Country Rutter, A?c. Iteceived and Sold Daily. LEMONS, ORANGES and BANANAS Constantly on Hand. Always on Hand a Full Stock of the VEIli BEST STAPLE, FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES. TKICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Free and Frornpt Delivery. Phone 28. D. T. JOHNSON, Aq't. NORTH CAROLINA WAGONS. NEW i MUSIC A 4.") 4 II "Kathleen," new sons, by O. A. White, "My Marguerite ot Long A " lv C. A. White, "Madeline" by C. A. White, "Thou art all to me," beautiti:' valtz s n by H. T. Smith, author ol"L Von Lovo rne Darling, Listen to ay taic of v . e Ac" "Only Sweet Memories" Waltz Song, :,y H. T. Smith. "Lilac" Karl Gardner's Ne.v Songiu "Far- therland," "That is Love" grcatc&t hit cf the season, MAIL ORDERS For the above an 1 for other popular hn--; quickly filled. 2,000 SELECTIONS TEN CENT MUSIC- NADE PIANOS, RANICil & BACH PIANOS. I MB ALL PIANOS. I MBALL ORGANS. M I LLE I i O i ; G A NS. NELDIIAM ORGANS. SOLE AGENTS For the above instrument. Lest good. and lowest price. NORTH STATE MUSK 3 CO., Cecil G. Stone, Mo'r, 113 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. TERRELL & MOSELEY, Commission Merchants, HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERS, 203 Fayetteville St., Balefeli, N. C. ated just wuere it should be and just as it should be. It is now being divided and sub divided into lots and plats to suit tho configuration of the ground running in size from acre, to plats of 3 to 5 acres. And we promise to show some of the most picturesque and beau tiful residence eminences ia America. There will be a labyrinth of streets and avenues, all opening or leading into Merrimon Avenue. The widest, best and most popular drive leading from the city, no contact with street or railway trains, and the only Avenue extending one-and-a-half mile3 from Court Square. the United States ! MANUFACTURED BY THE North Carolina Wagon Co., RALEIGH, N. C. W. G. UPCIIURCII, - - - President. W. II. DOllD, - - - Sec'y and Treas. Don't forget ! Asheville is an "all-the-y ear-round re sort," in winter for Northern and West ern people, and summer for those from the North, South, East and West, is growing rapidly as a manufacturing and educational centre; having as fine a sys tem of graded schools as can be found North or South; two fine Female Col leges and one Industrial School for young ladies, besides a number of pri vate schools of high grade. Is a fine Tobacco Market (obtaining highest aver age prices in the world and will probably sell eignt million pounds this year.) It is the centre of the finest Hard Wood belt of timber and Magnetic Iron to be found on the continent. The North Carolina Wagon Company is in me second year of its organization. The lac tory has been fitted up with tho latest and best machinery with a capacity of Ten Wagons Per Day. make it complete. There you are in the mire irretrieva bly ana hopelessly, lour teacher has become a crank and his former eccen tricities have developed into something like drivel. So we come back to common sense, and leave Tolstoi to finish his journey toward chaos alone. new, and to do so, we will make it to your interest to buy now W. H & It. S. T UCKEH CO., UAi.jb.iou, N. G. IT GOES FORWARD. Marion will soon bo the junction of the three C's railroad with tho W. N. C. railroad. In anticipation of its growth, there has been of late wonderful activity in the real estate market. Rich men from the North have purchased a large tract of land adjoining the town, and will build a large hotel and construct an electric street railway. Every indica tion is that it will be a large town very shortly, and that investments there will be quite profitable. There is to be a large sale of lots August 27th, 28th and utn, lull announcement of which appears in to-day's supplement. . II031ESPUN YARNS. HARDIN & PESCUD, GROCERS, Holleman Ruilding, Fayetteville fist., Dealers in all Manner ot Table Supplies, Groceries AND PROVISIONS FINE TEAS, FINE TEAS SUUAKS, SUGARS, COFFEES, CFOFEE3 MEATS, MEATS, FLOUR (Salisbury Truth.) A gentleman who is supposed to know says that tho sunset scene our friend Banks described so graphically in the Charlotte Chronicle some time ago, as having been seen at Saliabury, was an i!lu-ion, caused by ten saucers of ice cream which Air. BaDks ate at a lawn party, and that so affected him as to keep him from his room till after 12 o'clock at night. The sunset scene was not visible till after two in the morning. STAPLE PROVISIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. A Choice Stock Of Carmfid OonrU Rn.nnen Pickles. Spices, Olives, Salad Dressings, ' and everything in the line of Fancy Groceries. Fine Wines, Brandies, Whiskies, Malt Li quors, &c., &c, for medicinal and family use. Positively no Liquors sold to be drank on the premises. Orders carefully and promptly filled by Ex press or otherwise. HARDIN & PESCUD. HENNESA HOUSE, Murphy, N. C. This pormlar Hotel has Vippti nr. dc-It- fin. nished all throusrh and enl.ircpH r mof w demands of increasing patronage, and lor the uiuiuinu iiuaim-BeeKers. BOARD REASONABLE. july!8-2m J. H. HENNESA, Prop'r. The aim has been to furnish a wagon at home the equil of any in this country, and as low in price. This has been secured, We use only the best native woods, and the utmost care is given to all the material used. We confidently and hopefully solicit the patronage of all in need of farm wagons suited to our people. Send for circular and price list. Address N. C. WAGON CO., Raleigh, N. C. aug!5-lm Has an altitude of 2,339 feet above sea-level, and surrounded by as impos ing ana picturesque sceuery as tne eye of man ever looked upon: is in close proximity to the celebrated "Black Mountain Range," the highest east of the "Rockies," Mt. Mitchell's peak, measuring 0,717 feet, with 18 neighbors, varying from 6,000 to 6,500 feet. Has a mean temperature of about 50 deg. in winter and 70 deg. in summer; never a sultry day, and nights invariably cool. kmi E&plisl Female Institute, MURFREESBORO, N. C. Parents and guardians will do well to uote the following tacts: Tho Institute was located at Murfreesboro in prelerence to many other very desirable places because of its celebrity for 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 STOLEN KISSES is the name ot a nc-w brand of chewing tobacco for which wo nro solo agents ix RaU i ;h. TERRELL A MOSELEY. -MULLETS-.We received the raentof new mullets vesterdav. TERRELL & M'J-E'.rY. kind -f (Jonsijm- PRODUCE We handle all couutry.pi oduee on ccniiui.-tr-ioii, itnta solicited. TERRELL & MOSELEY jnel7-tf Has four lines of Railroads leading out and four others in prospective; has Electric and Gas Lights, Sewerage and Water Works, and one of the finest, svs. refurnished and carpeted last summer. United States; has a population of trom ftf "demand,6 ol SS pubialfoT8''6 " ten to twelve thousand, having increased Only the beat and most experienced teach- at an average of over one thoasand a er8 are employed in all departments, and the year l or seven years. I5 situated, well wr,k dne 19 thoroush. sorry for the man who does not know. iSAr? thejCaa If you ask here any other town or city The fall session begins on is, we will take pleasure in telling jou Wednesday, September 10th now rar it is irom Asheville, and some For Catalogue or additional information amount to much ! ! Teems of Sale. 10 per cent, cash; 10 per cent, in GO days; 10 per cent, in 1 year; 10 per cent, in 2 years; 10 per cent, in 3 years, and 50 per cent, in 5 years. Instead of the "usual Cimoiio," we will pay the railroad fares of any one buying one or more lots. We will get special railroad rates from every point possible. JNO. B. BREWER, miyu-dwcw PRESIDENT. NATT. ATKINSON & SON, REAL ESTATE DEALERS, Asheville, N. C. For further particulars or plat of lots, address ATKINSON, REYNOLDS & CO. S unday-aug24and31 naS!Vforricer,H9tof Properties offered by us, embracing all kinds of y CITY PROPERTY, FARMS, TIMBER, AND MINERAL LANDS IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. WKa11 the Blnks of Asheville. IsTotioe! On Saturdav, the Cth day of ScptemWr, 1800, at the court house door, in tho cii v f Raleigh, N. C., I will fll to the highest bid der at public outcrv the following proptrtv, to-wit: One lot in the city of Raleigh fronting forty-eight feet on Ilmton street, and run ning back about one hundred aud lortv-five feet and adjoining the lands of Devereux At kinson and Washington Jones aud others, and containing about one-eighth of an acre. Said sale will be made by virtue of powers conferred upon the undersigned, Andrew Hyme, as administrator of 13. R. Lewis, Jr., de ceased, by tho terms and conditiom of a mortgage deed mado by Gideon iVrry and wife Hester to said Lewis, which is dulv reg istered in tho office of the Register ot DeeH lor Wake county, N. C, in Rook 00, page .'ill. Terms of sale cash. Time ot sale 12 in. ANDREW SYME, Adm'r of R. R. Lewis, Jr., Mortgages. aug-Gtf RALEIGH DYE WORKS, D. W. C. Harris, Proprietor. Dying and cleaning and renovation r, clothing a specialty. Fast colors guarajutted and wai ranted not to smut. Work done by the latest devices and t,u tho most approved plan. uioves, curtains, plumes, feathers, and, in fact, everything cleaned and renovated mul made as bright and nolt as new. Special attention to orders through mail Call on or write to "HARRIS DYE WORKS," Martin Stueet, mvlG Valftigh. n. c. THIS CALIGRAPH" TYPE-WRITER. nnre,atstsI)eefl5bc'st for manifolding; 100 000 daily users. Price H3.U0. MaV-liim-rented to responsive parties and sold 011 in stallments. Our New Special No. 3 has recently been brought out to meet the demands ot tho-.-Who require the best that can Le produr e.f Price $100.00. Has six additional commercial keve, extra platen lor manifolding and other valuable improvements For accounts ot speed contests and circulars, address NEWMAN & SON, Gen'l Ao'ts, t T o . Washington, D. O. J. L. Beawcll, Agt., Raleigh, N. C. junlu-8m JSTotioe of Sale. By virtue of authority given in a mortgage executed by Burton Mangum and wife, and recorded m the Register's office of Wake- ?o 5 ?aj the 20th d&y ot September, at 12 o clock m, at the court house door of Wake county in the city of Raleigh, the real estato described and conveved in said mortgage, the eamo consisting of two lots, situate in Wako JJorest township, near Wako Forest College, adjoining the lands of the late J. S. Rureloy, the late W. G. Bimmous, the late W. T. Wal ters, and Caroline Montague, containing 3 acres, more or less, and fullv described in said mortgage, which is here'by referred to as part of this notice. Terms ot" sale cash. J. N. HOLDING. aug20 dtda Mortgage.