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TATE 0HEOOT0LE5 SATUEDAr, AUGUST 80.
JtateChvomclc BY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. Every Mornini? Except Monday THE CASK PRICK OF CHRONICLE 18 tO.OO per year; S-'J.OO for 6 months; 1 1.G0 for A months. rpiIE HUSINE3S OFFICE and Editorial X Rooms of the Chronicle are on the seeoud lloor of No. ait), Fayetteville St. tlOMMUNICATlONS RELATIVE TO the Hu.sins.s Depirtmeiit of i.hi-i papr Ntiou Id be addressed Tiik Stat a Chroni cle, Italeitjh, N. C, and all Drafts, Checks and Postal Money Orders should be made payable to "The Chronicle Puu. Co." have there JOSE 11 1 US DANIELS, - - Editor, I). II. IIIIOWDKJC, - Hue. Manager. HAL. W. A VEH - - Asso. Editor. Equal and Exact Justice to all Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, Kc lisious or Political. Thomas Jefferson. SATURDAY, AUGUST CO, 1890. DEHOGRATJGHOMINEES, For Chief Justice of lb Suprems Court HON. A. S, MEKUIMOX. For Asso, Jus. of the Supreme Court HON. WALTER CLARK. OU SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE. 1st l)istrict-(JEO. II. Brown, Jr.,0' Eeau- IU1 I . organized. T r, ho e'lro is complaint hero f,:i(i there of lo cal officers, but it $s a mere bagatelle, r'Ml the. Vivmr.-H t o regard it in eorapui sou wild the gr.tv.s questions of Tariff Inform and Financial Reform. In his ad dress, t Afheviflle, this month, Pbesident Elias Cark .tId the State Alliance that "in the Capitol at Washington, have ori ginated tho farmers woes," and that h' government for the last thirty ears lias bcn run in the interest of a victorious war party;" and that at Washington "the protest of a millionaire will over-ride the petitions of millions of working men." He then declares that from "Congress alone can come the remedy" and urges the Alli ance to "continue to insist upon our National Congress giving, us this much needed relief." He stated the position and views of ninety-nine farmers out of every hundred. What then has the Republican party.in its highest party convention, offered the farmers? Upon the National Banking question, it says not a word while the Democratic State convention demands "the abolition of National banks." Upon the gre?a v-il oi gambling in the pro ducts o,-f .T:rm and the work-shops.tho Republicans say not a word. The Dem ocrats demand "such laws as shall ef fectually prevent the dealing in futures." Upon the silver question which is the chief financial issue now in the public mind, the Republicans make no declaration. The Dernocr.iHn Sfato rw.. v. a? and step all he to who raw bow pr-ifi'less thi- r&nuoroua di?c-.sior,. i ':.. a cr. net an: .Til.; He roerey .-aM: cf tlK- Progr. shoes1 TriAt. Wius ill. But safety-valve. Ti.cn tiomo low said that, anv man wear "vuiler" i-Lve ere fri.i;.i .! f.irin-r, and the whole dlse-usi m turned upon the question: Can i man wear "yaller" shoes and bo a tmo frkud to the hard working farmer? Some said yea; and some said nay; and fast aad furious ran and f-ii'ectJ iTe (Jidu't di.eus3 the vi :3 for that. "T!ih n8oeiate editor &-iv: Farm- wears 'yall.r' it was the other fel who would wasn't a sin- the discussion upon Statesville Landmark this ilUC . hough t 2nd District Henry U.Hi 'th iSSrirtrfv wf!15AKEWf w: VCDti0n declared "That we favor the free Jl.u i' strict K W . V inston.ol Granv i .... , . .. r.th I)istrict-E. T. Boykin, of Sampson auu uullIUItea coinago ot silver." Upon S&DisISc tbc question of the alien ownership of iOth pistrict-JNo.GiiAYliVNUM.otiiurke laml not a word is said. The Demo- llth lliati-lf 11' A II...-.- e i i i I i " " ' Ui wucoiu. crane convention favored "the passage FOR SOLICITOR. of laws Prohibiting the alien ownership Jet District J. II. Di.o of land and held for aef.ii.il sntfl SXlk UT th necessit' of Action of Fed 4th ;jstrict-K W. Pou, Jr., of Johnston! eral taxation no utterance is given. The 6th dBSEE ft W 3 ,Aince- Piratic party demanded that "all Vth District Frank McNeill, of Rich- reyenue, National, State or Count v. Sth Distri'ct-R. p. Long of Iredell Sha11 be limited to tho necessary expen- VnfK Tfi?tr VL iYv Barber, of Wilkes. ses ot tne government economicallv and iYff1 P Strict W.C.N EWLAND.Of Caldwell bnnooflw nA:i..i m, ' utn Ui.strict-F. I. Osiiorne, of Mecklen- 7 au.mBlaeu. ine same is I2rh SVi?;H,f a r true of all tho other planks. There is a 12th District-GioJoNEs, of Macon. glittering generality of sympathy for the FOR CONGRESS. iarmer, but when it comes to practica sr a I ifstrict H v n iV0"0, Beaufort, measures ot real benefit, no declaration 4th SKHS-S; H! SKSfi? IvJJSP1 !3 made Jt however, perhaps, cred- ville Williams, of Gran- "aoie to the Convention that no specific Cth District-S. B. Alexander, of Meek- Promises of support to measures that l An ritiM- lenburir. 7th District-J. S. Hendkrson, of Rowan. DEM. CONG. CONVENTIONS. 2nd District, Kinston, Sept. 3rd. THE REPUIILICAN PLATFORM. won Id nd , . , i.uwu luoiuiciesisoi ine iarm ers were made. If promises had been made in that direction they would not have been carried out, or deceived tho farmer. Everybody knows that the burdens of taxation now rest ing upon the people of agricultural sec tions are the result nf I!0.m,k': i .. we puD.istitd ye&tcrday tho platform lation. Thn n.lAIU.L.l.... ,,. " j t)llvuN LUilU LUe -vrM. ujriuuiepuDiican state conven- convention could have passed would Uon. It is a disappoiotins document, have hoim snmfi.in m, i . , . . , " i Luis; c ae- 1Iat and staIe, and fails to deal with nlore the hxot. that th i0;0if , any livo issuo or to take anv Dosition bv th RpnH!M u haf ni .v. ...... . .. u yaitj uaa maae tne t o in itmautu mo interests ot tho tarmers people. It e?cn poorer year by year. We would lacks the virtue of liko in nrtvr c havinff the CUStomarv rinmn, d0r,rt; I u:.k .. , , "Mreei, trtn t t'a to. .lv-m w WU1U wo 100K or orders, will vU vi v,clulUK democratic. There not allow us to enlarge the vol aro sovon demands n thfl nUtfnrm tJ . ? inc vo1 brief, let us examine each ' w "JTCY am thQ . maaufac t. . I vuicia, who mrnisn the "fat " will First Tho first is the &tfrntA f , .. W1U Wlnrof? u'V. ; ;w";i :r r auyreauction ot the tar- k Vu V4 u,Biauco 10 ine uepubli- lit in fact, they paid us enough in v tuu aumiiiiM rtir nn or v ww w v ill" i r t r n i tf . i: i nut H xr t . .. . a"lC3- o ivuvv. 8Uca resolution i , ftu f, uuvo passoa a convention of represents our ticket are sorry We hope they will vote --.-,wu,iuuuoi reprosenta- our ticket in order to secure for thPm aioT niy th Revenue rJzz doodles and Postmasters wnnld vfl o k.v, ... v . LO neip ino1 f.hnir brother manufacturers, but we cannot give any relief to them directly." otn. ihis plank is a flat-footed en dorsement of the Force bill disguised in tome misleading language about fair elections. We shall refer to this declar ation at another time. 7th. The last declaration is an annr.i- vai of tho policy of reciprocity. There was much (inference of opinion in the convention upon this question. Mr. A. V. Dockery, lately edicor of the South- 'ostmastera would vote an endorsement of tho President. It is an opeD secret that the ablest and truest Republicans in the State lose no oppor tunity of denounciog the administration ueuiarauon was therefore a sham. oECOnd This plank deplores the ac uon oi tho Senate in failing to pass the Blair bill; and urges its passage Tho Republican Senate deliberately Aa the bill because most of the money would come South. There is no cxnrea- aion of approval of the Denwmt; ' ,m 7 ' , T tU- oou form n. Ua , r- U. H. Consul to v. .ow wmcu advocated in- Leeds, England, has creased Stato fuTAti ,. -..v-iviw.uwm, xms I viiiv.uiiuiji an article against the recio Plank 1h an nmn.- 4u.n.... :i . , . LUC xecip . ...Mw6UU10m ui me nepuo- rocuy pian. we have J V J a S l Keep Us Prom t0day' bufc wc wiI1 give it to our readers ise, and noth ni p o ti. i . h - ... icauers a fnrUH i opiuwno u a iOW uays. n will show that this BSK lor bread in tho shano nf hnft doloM,v., . lie nhnnla flM . L " " " uu noE reawy represent the trast botween the Democratic nartv and This t.h iof. ! .. . .. Renuhl.Vnn rr ; 4 . . . IUJ UPUU WI"cn tne a, 7 : ' i T , emy LGre can,iiaate3 nominated stand. It is weak m iwutu uotn parties havn ana noor v rnt. u. made upon public education, ord is that tho Renublica school fund and gave no instruction in tno record both narties kvn and nnoriv nf , f j wgciuci- ana tne par ? iation. That rpp. winds of NnvmUi. ttt j i i ui. , . Ord is that tho TinnnhSW. Vt . i j...T U4UW ltS PUkS -vi w.vuo obuiu me I u uvcijr uneciion. The that a man might wear "yaller" shoes and still be friendly to the agriculturalists, but that the burden of proof was on the "yaller" shoe man to prove his friend ship. There was about to be a heated and acrimonious debate on this point when Bito.RAMSEYjthe Progressive Farm er's associate editor, come out in an elaborate editorial in which he made his defence by way of "confession and avoidance" as the lawyers say. He ad mitted wearing "yaller" shoes, and de feuded it by saying, first, they were cheaper than black shoes; and second, mat they do not need to be blacked every day, and he thus saved five cents each day, or saved useless wear and tear upon his none too robust physical constitution which the exercise of polish ing his shoes would entail. Rut he did not stop there. He went into the house hold of his antagonist, and declared that he had as much right to wear yaller shoes and be the friend of the farmer as Senator Vance had to wear a dude silk oeny-Dana (.otherwise called a sash) in place ot a vest, and be the friend of the i m. . iarmer. mat was a clincher. Vance's friendswere thereupon estopped from fur ther criticism upon Bro. Ramsey's 'yaller' shoes if the charge that Senator Vance wears a dude sash should be substanti ated. Inquiry was made and it was as certained that Senator Vance plain old Zeb, who never cared anything for style was in truth wearing these latest agonies cf fashion-the silk belly-band. It carried consternation to tho hearts of his supporters who began to get weak m the knees Now, the Chronicle believes that all this serious discussion and dangerous uiuerenco of opinion, and acrimonious debate upon the two vital points of silk bciiy-uanus" and "yaller" shoes ought to be amicably settled and adjusted. As a tnend of both parties, we helipvo tw uest soiunon can be found in this way: Let Senator Vance discard the "belly-band," and Bay that he never in teuueu to oe a dude, and let Buo. Ramsey discard the "yaller" shoes and uisciaim (luuisn intents, and all their friends bury tho hatchet, and smoke tho pipe of peace. Later. The Charlotte News of yesterday in- fc'ROYALPK'A3 It l ffsf bill fi WOOL Lbi i 1 ' H it l ? Li. i . vnOT.Fc-ATT, Absolutely Pufo. A cream of tartar baking powder. High est of all in leavening strength. TJ. S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. MIIMI MOM I Ml NEW DEPARTMENT. tas! Shoes! Shoes! FULL LINE BEST MAKES. Ia not here yet, hut wo expect it in a few days, acd.in the meanwhile, we will oiler a lew bargains that will surprise you. BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS "(new lot), At 25 an'l 40 cts. GENTS' NIGHT SHIRTS, At 70 and 80 ers. GENTS' UNLAUNJJRIKD SHIRTS, At 50 cts. This last lot of shirts that we received are beet that we have ever had; and if you once buy One, you will lay hi your supply of them. Goat Sulkiesjor the Boys We also have the best lino of Crockery, Cilass and TiiiAvare In the city and the prices are the lowest. WHITE CEDAR BUCKETS, 22 and 25 cts. each. WELL BUCKETS AT 35 CTS, And we have the best 25CT : CORSET IN TOWN. Ask for the Juanita, if you want the best. All these at Woolcott& Son, 1 E. MARTIN STREET. mm -SALE iSOV,T IN ST' -HE 'V . t A Lot of Cbolt.b r '5IEST: 07 iirji-';? ice Lar BUSHELS ge Onions. r Vine- Entire WewStock LADIES', anssES', CHILDREN'S, MEN'S, BOYS', YOUTHS'. WfH CAROUNA WAGONS. The Equal of Any Make the United States! m These GoM are Firtpi,aJ t:on an. win he scSll-ndi- Chicken., Eg?s Country nutter, &c. Keceived and Sold Daily. LEMONS, ORANGES and BANANAS Constantly on Hand. Always on Hand a Full Stock of the VEiU BEST STAPliE, FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES. PRICES AS Li a- AS THE LOWEST. Free and ! rompt Delivery. !. T. JOHNSON, Ag't. Phone 28. NEW MUSIC k k JUST OPENED- FINE AND MEDIUM GRADES Hand-sewed, Goodyear AVelt. McKay axd Standard Fastenings. McKlMMON, MOSELEY & McGEE, 129 and 131 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. O. MANUFACTURED BY THE North Carolina Wagon Co,, RALEIGH, N. C. W. G. UPCIIURCII, President. W. II. DODD, - - - Sec'y and Treas. HARDIN & PESCUD, GROCERS, Ilolleman Bnikling, Fayetteville St., Dealers in all Manner ot The North Carolina Wagon Company is in the second year of its organization. The fac tory has been fitted up with tho latest and best machinery with a capacity of Ten Wagons Per Day. Table Supplies, Groceries AND - iPR0V!Si0!!Sz SUrnlu.V SUGARS, COFFEES, CFOFEES, MEATS, MEATS, FLOUR -AND- STAPLE PROVISIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. dicates that Senator Vance has aban- A cl stock of Canned Goods Sauces doned the silk belly-band. The News nd ' The aim has been to furnish a wagon at home tho equal 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 tho 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., anSl5-lm Raleigh, N. C. "Kathleen," new Pong, by C. A. White, 40 "My Marguerite of Long Ago" by C. A White, 3 ' m "Madeline" by C A. White, G0 "Thou art all to me," beautiful waltz son- ' by 11. T. Smith, author of "If You Love" me Darling, Listen to my tale of woe c."50 "Only Sweet Memories" Waltz Son- bv H.T.Sm.th. ' 5Q 'Lilac" Karl Gardner's New Sang in "Far therland," "That is Love" greatest hit of tho season, to MAIL ORDERS For the above and for other popular songs quickly filled. 2,000 SELECTIONS TEN CENT MUSIC. NABE PIANOS, RANICH & BACH l-IANOS. IMBALL PIANOS. IMBALL ORGANS. MILLER OHGNS NEEDIIAM ORGANS SOLE AGENTS For the above instruments. Lest goods ana! lowest prices. NORTH STATE MUSIC CO., i.o-r, Cecil G. Ftone, Mo'r, 113 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. K C. TEERELL & MOSELEY, Commission Merchants, HEAVY AND FANCY says : Col. Rn -.wu o,a niitb v auee uiu essay 1 n TI710 Y O ortinK T i . . MnMS, iinceaonneu the dude garb early in the season, about the time ui uie noi weather m Juno. One day he saw Tom Reed coming into tho capitol witu it aasii arouna his waist. Vance aw leave oi aosence for twenty minutes went home, took off his sash, hnttnnpi on his "gallowses," and has never since uuu any use ror the sash. and everything in the line of Jjancy Groceries ino Wmcs, Brandies, Whiskiea, Malt Li quors, &c, for medicinal and l':imilv ikk Positively no Liquors sold'to bo drank on the premises. Orders carefully and nromntlv fill w t?.- press or otherwise. ' r J " "J HARDIN & PESCUD. Commission - - Merchant AXD AGENT FOIl- This PYnlfl, nation, we take it, will be satisfactory to Senator Vance's ennsHtnonmr ;v..- State. J 1U tL Now let Bro. Ramsey buy him a pair 01 8noes llke tne every day man wears, uuy mm a ooz ot blacking, and be free irom even "tho appearance of evil" in the shape of "dudeism." NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. tin. i TUCKER 5 BL Illf'S ROYAL BEB1BRDB, he Best Known Remedy Ever Offered For RHEUMATISM, INDIGESTION DYSPEPSIA, CATARRH, ' nervous troubles; general debility," AND The reason R ADAM'S MICROBE KILLER is the most wonderful mpi- icine, is because it haa ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DTSF V Psj never fai fid in M lQiuAbt MA.J 111- 1 . exance, no matter what tho disease, from LEP ROSY to tho simplest disease known to the hu man system. Tho scientific men of to-day claim and prove that everv diaoaso ia CAUSED BY MICROBES, AND hn tv -n. ... . . .. .f I "Yallrr" kttiV: ww iw ?rrrv "as ever icuiwrais navo estah ishprt . ' "lfuut.-7 cu tiime 111 1 V G icnno I BCUOQ13 in ovnrv litpirf t;, i . Known of all men. LAST WEEK IN A IlfillST isnn Thisjuonth Is usually not UDilfS MIME Effl but til U iii,wV:t 1 ' Exterminates the Microbes and drives them t Ujflist IS a 11 eXCCp- out of the system, and when that is done you yard of ;? .slllA Saturday it fyht, wnen Ave are throueb work, tbat we 1ia lme of stnir -.iio iTL: 1 11118 cauuuT, nave an acho or pain. No matter what SfJ'9la8e' wh?eF. 8imPle case of Malaria J(?t ; uiimln vr. ' ' ",:rrt." WCU1 Aiaiana -. . 4- . "Ss? T,1 Vi ululun oi diseases, nr6 cure I; t i)et 1 IK xvtmlr inem all at the same tim. as wo t-o4 on Mill srjV Satllnl- "tutionally. " ' IS The cackinp- iumD Tho Democratic party is do. Penal city. The solution of nouncod for making a few slight changes tions is often hindered or advanced bv a the election law. We shall touch se trifling or foolish incident, and the upon those changes later. This nlank i attention of the nnhiin Ll based upon tho belief that th PavM, quentlv diverts " " . biU was enacted into a law. The spe ij Idta andle.S " 1 via m lueir narangucs denounced the ments. Democrats for passing the Payne dec- A few weeks arro the. wa. lion bill when that KILL was devpatfh ioa manifesto thn -? o rrii . I 1 1UC11U3 Jl OENATOR lnia plank is based upon ignorance or Vasck over tho criticisms of the Pro. wi u! misrepresentation of the facts. gressive Farmer on his lettpr touirru A repeal of the present conn, ho declared his hrtt KQf n c..,. m i - - i w li c v liio OUU 1 TPfl'5- ty government system-tho old chestnut ury bill was unenn.tu,;., w -was again demanded. body Mt in i.nn" ..Jm Fifth--The fifth plank is funny. w stitution. ahndn. rr XT n it anh!. I 1 1 ! . utucl b'Kuuiu inu; ana things began inTaf w 8ymPathze with tho farmers edlj Warm. The in thoir efforts to throw ntr th AmA .... . . xae yokeofbourhnn tM;-wcut UP so hisrh ong kept them in political servitude as ;,busutod-" "the excitement and the con-side, to get decid-thermometer that it almost unvio vi nuuu ami 1 1 rn wnrj nf ti, n usu auvi ncp noi vnnn r fr0.rl?toiratlcn'1 ""'ocratic lead- longer, there is no tellin, ta Jh.TT O mmw V-X cesses everybody would have gone. But - - . w . w ouiUI ers of the Demociaiie p vrty. Tn 4VlA Aunt iL. r tioa. ThoyrecoKniZO(hat,h3:r ",01a.1,to there to aroimpo6edbvteFcdorau7;; rr r: "ucip,os,M- tte "UB of the ndititorid themSB1vM;M.; ;r"lM?u3! -i the State was ot federal .egon " TCl . -&v IV Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh, Cron- cnius, itneumatism, Kidney and raver disease, Chills and Fever. Fp male Troubles, iu all its lorms, and, in fact, every Disease known to. the numan system. Beware of Fraudulent Imitations. See that our Trade-Mark amn 0kx appears on each jug. " w Send for book "Hi miler," given away by LEE, JOHNSON & CO., DRUGGISTS, RALEIGH, N. C. ome uiay ask, what is tbe cause ? Early in tbe mouth we be gran showing a line of car pets as large as is ordina rily brought out for reul Vr Fall trade. The complete' l?.?" tpgUhr iwt.rpnces than the same grades had fnrmn buy ei?il M many to Select Boarding and Day School iiast Week Was added new Young Ladies and Little Girls. n 1 1 r rn niacin . . I -' terns tir-TnV STHe Prt" TAe,sixtr 'thil term of the Misses Nash ,7 a,re nt brand Mlss Kollcck's school will open Sen o i ' . we Will June 12 d-im uiais u tion. m m m t IV - , a k - -m-j . . i " " buy now. J tmv to W. H. & It. 8. TUCKER & CO., , Raleigh, N.'c. was Closingiit Sale. On Monday, the 25th day of Ausmst iqoo commencing with Monday n&Cand continT ing trom day to day until the entir SC now on handis diapered of The SnLn Ses at 4:30 o'clock will be for ladies onlv and 1? are invited to come and buy 7' a11 W. G. UPCHURCH, aug23-2w Trustees. NATT. ATKINSON & SON, REAL ESTATE DEALERS, Asheville, N. C. Send for price-list of Pn-mArt, u ua, embracing all kinds of " cu uy CITY PROPERTY, FARMS. TIMBER, AND MINERAL LANDS IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. Wfnlyie2ma11 thck8 of Asheville. The use of Ptflmotflii.ii. j.-. toou.h1l?Sf- -Tb-"'1" this cifyTnd 8:l:::l,000::::.tf;I:81 nmiIlaleigh- ,Tryst- Itilldoyougood Call and getpamphleta tliat will tell vou abS cures that have been made, J0U about kiEf1 attntion to Consignments of all COUNTRY PRODUCE. GROCERS 203 Fayettevllls St., Ralefeii, N. C. STOLEN KISSKH U the name ot anew brand of chewing tobacco for which wo are solo agents it. Raleigh. TERRELL & MOSELEY. MULLETS- .We received tho first ship mentof now mullets yesterday. TERRELL & MOSELEY. PRODUCE--Wo handle all kind of country produce on cemmwaion. Consist ments solicited. vouai0n- jnel7-tf TERRELL .t MOSELEY. Highest Market Pbices Guakaxteed. Correspondence Solicited. A. E. JORDAN, Kcxt to Citszea'a Nat. Bank, Raleigh, N. C. TOBACCO FLUES. I am making a lot of Tobacco Flues all JSoSa and Slzes 1 claim to make SS5d flue as any one in the State. I put SEVEN RIVSTS IN 5V5RY JOINT, SPECIALTIES : CANE MILLS, I CANE MILLS, EVAPORATORS, EVAPORATORS COOK STOVES, COOK STOVES, j AND TOBACCO FLUES. TOBACCO FLUES. Respectfully, J. 0. S. LUMSDEN, BArEIQH, JJ. C. THE YARBOHO HOUSE. B. B. RANEY, Prop'r, RAiaaaH, N. O Rates, $2 50 per day. $10.50 to $15 per week HOTEL FLORENCE T. Q. Abbin dToif , Manager, BALEiaH. N. C. Booms, with meals at Yarhor rr per day? mo m"-?.0. 2.00 Special rates to lawyers ha- prewe Cwg Ending 8u- KTotioe! On Saturday, tho. fit, 1q,- r i .. Raleigh, N. I will 8e!l m the ln'het bid der at public outcrv tl. f(.:..;,. Vr l'(1" to-wit: One lot in the city of ll b uTSft5 orty-eight feet on Ilinton street, and r r mng back about one hundred and tortv-fivo leetand adjoining tho lands of Devcreux At kinson and Washington Jones and others an containing aLout one-eighth of an acre Said sale will be made by virtue ot powers conferred upon the undersigned Andr! w Syme as administrator of R. Ravi's Jr dc ceased, by tho terms and condVnon Vf a" mortgage deed made by Gideon Perry and wilo Heater to said Lewi, which is duTrei stered in the oflice of the Register of Deeds lor Wake county, N. C, in Rook GO, page 311 Terms of sale cash. Time of Pale 12 m ANDREW SYME, an4tf B'"- Lewis'Jr" Mortgagee. RALEIGH DYE WORKS, D. W. C. Harris, Proprietor. and wai ranted not to smut. mpped.1""' Gloves, curtains, plumes, feathers and in SSleVerKythig cleed d renovated aVd made as bright and soft as new. d Special attention to orders through mail Call on or write to "uguman. HARRIS DYE WORKS," Martin Street, Raleigh, N. C. THEE CALIGRAPH" TYPE-WRITER. brTut.SV Haa recentI-v teen who mee .!he demands ot those t,- I,1" uesi tnat may 16 Price $100.00. can be produced. keys extrk ttUU1"onai commercial va&JPln Jor manifolding and other SBefi TiT luvTen"- -tor accounts of peed contests and circulars, address NEWMAN & SON, Gen'l Ag'ts, HENNESA HOUSE, Murphy, N. C. niS1 JI??Klar ?otHaa been newlJ fr-demilih-rOUghandenlareedto meet the eomftS? lin uaamS PatronaSe, and lor tho comxortof health-seekers. . , BOARD REASONABLE. Julyl8-2m J. II. HEJWE3A, Prop'r.