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VVl-f ' " J T-W... valve of encourage. now payable to "The Chronicle Pub. Co. JOSEPIIUS DANIELS, - - Editor. D. II. HROWDER, - Bus. Manager. HAL. W. AYER - - Asso. Editor. Equal and Exact Justice to all Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, Re ligious or Political. Thos. Jefferson. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1890, DEM0GRATICJ10MI11EES, Tor Chief Justice of the Supreme Court s HON. A. S. MEKKIMON. For Asso, Jus. of the Supreme Court HON. WALTER CLARK. FOR SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE. 1st District GEO. H. BrcowN, Jn.,of Beau fort. 2nd District Henry R.BnrAN,of Craven. 4th Dtstrictr-SPIER Whitaker, of Wake. 5th DistrictR W. Winston.of Granville. 6th District E. T. Boy kin, of Sampson. 7th District James D. Mciver, of Moore. 8th District it. F. Arm field, of Iredell. iOth District J no. Gray BvNUM,of Burke 11th District W. A. Hoke, of Lincoln. FOR SOLICITOR. 1st District J. H. BLOUNT.of Perquimans 2nd Districtr-J. M. Grizzard, of Halifax. 3rd Disirict Jsro. E. WooDARD.of Wilson. 4th District E. W. Pou, Jr., of Johnston. Gth District K. S. Parker, of Alamance, fith District O. H. ALLEN, of Lenoir. yth District Frank McNeill, of Rich mond. bth District B. F. Long, of Iredell, oth District W. W. Barcer. of Wilkes. 10th District W.C.NEWLAND.of Caldwell llth District F. I. Osborne, of Meckien burg. I2th District Geo. A. Jones, of Macon. FOR CONGRESS. lit District W.A.B. BRANCH.of Beaufort. 2nd District W. J. RoGERS.of Northamp ton. 3rd District B. F. Grady, of Duplin. 4th Dlstrict-B. H. Bunn, of Nash. 5th District A. II. A. Williams, of Gran ville. 6th District S. B. Alexander, of Meek leuburir. 7th District J. S Henderson, of Rowan. 8th District W. H H. CowLES,of Wilkes Dth District W. T. Crawford, oi Hay wood. WAKE COUNTY TICKET. For Clerk Jotiv W. Thompson. For Sheriff-M. W. Pagi:. For Register of Deeds S. M. Dunn. For Treasurer L. O. Lougke. For roroner Dr. a. J. Buffaloe. For SurveyorT-H. A. Ciiappell. been no opportunity for a discussion of great economic questions. Men cannot stop to discuss theories of building houses when their house is on fire. Southern Democrats could not stop to discuss financial questions when Home Rule was at stake. And so it has hap pened that, until the past two or three years, no general discussion of our na tional system of finances has been gen eral with us. Now, having secured Home Rule and witnessed the beginning of peace and quiet in the Ssutb, our people have wisely turned their attention to a discussion of the ways and means of government how the revenue comes and how it goes what is the best bank ing system and what the best currency. These are the most abstruse of all questions and most difficult of thorough understanding. Men who have devoted a life-time to the study of Finance and who undei stand all the theories of the learned and who have large practical experience, diIer upon them. These who approach the question of banking ought to be slow to reach conclusions, and onp-ht not to expect to effect all needed reforms in a day or in a year, nor ought there to be any radical change mm such as would bring loss or injury or great inconvenience. Nor ought there to be any spirit of im pugning the motives of those who hon estly hold different opinions. Most of all, there ought to be no prejudice against the excellent gentlemen, who as a rule, control the national banks in North Carolina. In the present state of our financial policy, they are necessary to transact public business, and most of the men who man age them are as good citizens as we have. They are compelled to accommodate themselves to the system, and it is to its repeal that the Democracy must address itself, free from prejudice. In many in stances, if not in most, the nationa bankers in North Carolina aro forced to pay tribute to the money centres, and aro as completely at their mercy as are the people. It is not the management of the banks with us that is complained of it is tho system and the power it gives to contract the currency which the people are determined to alter. The increase in the Democratic vote in the recent election in Vermont is doubt less due to the encouragement recently given to the handful of Democrats in that State by ex-President Cleveland and the late Henry W. Grady. Mr. Cleveland appointed a learned Demo crat of Vermont as Minister to Eaglaad, and it was the first ray of recognition or helpfulness that ever shone across the pathway of the Vermont Democrat. Fol lowing that recognition came the elo quent tribute of Henry Grady in the speech at the annual banquet of the Boston Merchants' Association last De- fiENATOR WOULD VANCE'S PLAN WORK. cember. Let us recall the words of Mr. Grady who said: Let me confess, Mr. President before the praise of New Eugland has died on my lips that I believe the best product of her present life is the procession of 17,000 Vermont Democrats that for 22 years,undiminished by death, unrecruited by birth or conversion, nave marcnea over their rugged hills, cast their Demo cratic ballots, and gone back home to pray for their unregenerate neighbors, and awake to read the record ot iio,- 000 Republican majority. May the God of the helpless and tho heroic help them -and may their sturdy tnoe increase. Though dead Georgia's eloquent son yet speaketh. His prayer has been an swered, and at the election last week the Republican majority was only 16,000, and the Democrats gained forty mem bers of the Legislature. That is pretty big for the little State, but it is a de crease, and shows what encouragement will do. Wo published yes' o; day .m extract from Senator Vance's speech in advo- cacy of bis b:li to uiv& a rebate ot laiin duties to "all f i.m-rs who exchanged their products fo, any goods, warts ana merchandize imported into this country. In that speech he slowed that sucn re bates and advantages were given to ad other interests besides agriculture, and argued that every cairn of justice de manded that the same favor bj showa to the farmers. From the same speech we make the following extracts, which show exactly how the farmers could take advantage of thy proposed meas ure, and wherein it would bring direct relief. He says: This amendment is intended and will operate directly in the way of redressiDg to a very great extent the giievances under which the agricultural classes have suffered. It is the simplest, speed iest and most effective remedy 1 can de vise, short of a repeal of the tariff ini quities, of which thero seems to be no present hope, in rue nrsc piace, n would equalize the wages which the far mer has to pay tor labor with the wages which his rivals all over the world pay for labor. PflWBER NUHTH GAROLIHA Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. est of all in leavening strength. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1SS9. High--U. S. till L IBB & CO. DRESS GOODS This week li 11 ds n s There has been no pretense of doing abundantly prepared t O lhe great argument in lllfit f ile wants o tllOSC WAKE CO. LEGISLATIVE TICKET For Senator A. C. Green. For House of Representatives W. B. UrcnuKCii, Geo. W. Davis, A. M. Sor ijkll, and A. D. Jones. WORDS OF WISDOM. (Senator Vance.) The great bulk of tho Alliance men are Democrats and they should not be wounded by any hard words. DIRECT TRADE WITH EUROPE. Governor THE MEANEST MAN, (Asheville Citizen.) Everyone recollects Mark Twain's "Incorporated Company of .Mean Men." They cut a miner's wages for time lost while he was absent from work twelve seconds, a charge of powder., having ex ploded prematurely and blown him up into the air, drill in hrjd. Bt this was generous beside the ac tion of Lord Sackville. He has made a claim upon the Stratford on-Avon town council for rent for the ground oc cupied by the American fountain and clock tower presented to the town by Mr. Geo. W. Ciiilds, of rhiU adelphia, three years ago, in mem ory of Shakespeare and to com memorate tho jubilee of Queen Victoria. The structure stands in Rother Market, a spot which has been used as a public m.irkat for over six uunoiea years, uis lordship has probably heard of Mil, Guilds' liberality and is now engaged in holding him up much as the. Western train robber does his victims. But we venture to say that English men generally vill denounce Lord Hack ville's game of grab. It is a good deal as though we should charge the French people rent for the ground occupied by their statute of liberty on Bedloe Island, New York harbor. -WCa The Statebville Landmark is enlarged and appears in a new dress of type. jtjju mini till tujaigv iuvi.il j-lvv-O l(j train to its previous handsome dress and thus makes it a leader of fashion: and that its face shines like a school-bov's after a Saturday niaht's scrubbing. this heretofore. support of protection has been the dif ference in wages between this country and the old countries. We have been told that it is absolutely necessary in order to maintain the high wages of this country that we should keep this tariff up and make it higher and higher. But nobody has ever made any reference whatsoever, that I can remember, to the difference between the wages which the farmer in this country has to pay and who desire to purchase Dress Goods early. Our unprecedented sIioav- for this early in Sep tember is the result of the most careful preparation. upon our counters may now ue seen some 01 tne the wages which are paid all over the iQefit, proilllCtlOllS Ot tile Our Dress stulFs have been selected with the greatest care, and with the combin ed advantages o f experi- world in the production of his rival pro ducts. I venture to say that the wages which the farmers of America pay their hands is as much greater than the wages which are paid for the production of cotton and wheat and miat in other portions of the world is the wages which tho American manutacturer p.ivs are greater than the wage3 which the Eu- The Equal of Any :,iak( the United States ! hi MANUFACTURED BY TPt North Carolina Wagon Co RALEIGH, N. C. W. G. UPCIIURCII, - - - W. II. DODD, - - - Scr'v Pr I'm idem The North Caro'ina Wagon C':iij the second year of its organiz ttion. toryhas been lltte-l up with the la:. ..t beat machinery with a capacity of Ten Wagons Per Bay. The aim has been to furnish a wa? home the equal of any in this country. a low in pi ice. This haa been sv-ur,., -use only the heat native wo,K i . utmost care id gi-.fu to all the iviht.-rrj. n. We confidently i hopefully .. patronage of all i:-, need of farm ; suited to our people. Send for circular iiud price li-t. Address N. C. WAGON CO., augl5-lm A Drive in Cigars. V--VV. h.- ence aim larjre purchases. our stock offers unsurpass- l nri iiwliiPonini)tci T? n v li I m: iterials will predominate Jt V V UOIIUU M- V JLJ I J XJ and Storm) all Havana Cigars. , r a r i ii . i vi uuy uuu uoniir and seventv cents per box. An elegant sin ko, a much below thu value of the gootk EUERUARDT k 1'imtu, of this magnificent dplay. fceliug certain that they will appreciate our efforts at show ing such an assortment of every class of de sirable Dresa Goods, and at such reasonable prices. W. H. & It. 8. TUCKER & CO., Kaleigh, N. C. .A.. IE. JOR.IDA.Isr, -AOEXT FOR- Fowle left Monday for Atlanta to bo present at a meeting of tuo Governors of the Cotton States to formulate a plan by which wo can effect direct trade with Liverpool. In addition to the subject of "direct trade" there are questions relating to weights, insur ance, freights and handling cotton, which are of momentous interest to the cottou producer, to be considered. The Governors meet in response to a call issued bj Gov. Gordon at the re- there is no change in the paper. Reason; THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY NATIONAL BANKS. f a 1 "li i in -" l-r" .lJ"!ifl i . AND quest or tne warmers' Alliance, we believe it is so gooa a newspaper that it cannot ns oi manuiactures, wny not anow these the nronnsfid nlan of havi n. dironi lino ho in-mrnvpd. . iarmcrs this advantage trom the sale of of steamships to Europe would be suc- ropean manufacturer pays. Therefore, I say that this amendment among1 nearly every class ol would tend 'to equalise the wages which dress fabrics for this Fall. the American larmer pays witii tue wages Ve HOAV invite our l)lt which are paid to those who produce ri- rQ t j illsl)ection the export of his products and the de mand for them. It would reduce the cost of his necessary supplies to the ex tent of the rebate of the import duties which are herein proposed. It would re duce the taxation of the people and it would increase revenue. It would in crease the value of all farming lands in the United btatcs and would give an 1m pet us to all agricultural interests what soever. Groups of small farmers could comuine to snip ineir cotton, wncar, or whatever product they had, abroad, and on the bill of lauing th?y could realize a premium instead of borrowing at 80 per cent, oi its face value, as is pro posed in a bill which was introduced for their benefit here some time aco. That bill of lading would bo worth more than gold by the difference in the duty on a cargo purchased by it aud a cargo pur chased with gold. There is ccr question ot its constitutionality, no question ot ts practicability, there can be no ques tion oi its lustice. Out of $845,293,828 worth of exports 1 ALL. JiLOOD wnich went abroad trom our country m lbyu, .fruy, 80,1)17 worth were products of agriculture alone, leaving for mining, forest, manufactures, fisheries, and all the other industries only $215,507,000. Now as agriculture pays 53 per cent, duty on $488,641,000 of dutiable mer chandise, and as it pays its full share and more of the enhanced protected prices on at least five times that amount of the domestic articles, all for the bene- Stocli's Queen. Having secured the control of tins brand of Michigan Flour, we will rmiv the first lot in a few dajs. T tl. -1 who have used it, it needs no rctoiu-vJ dation. Ekeruakpt & 1V..M n. This remedy has been thoroughly tried by sull'ering people; and for rheumatism, indige3ticx, dys pepsi a, catar r 1 1, nervous troubles; general debility, AND AND SKIN DISEASES. The Democratic party is the natural and life-long enemy of the National Bank. Jackson led the fight against them more than half a century ago. There has never been a time in the his tory of the party when it favored them. . . , J L . A. I of the crop before it is put on the mar Banks in the Democratic plat- their own products? I challenge the nrodnotirm nf a Rinj?lf nrinoiiilfi nf ihr. cessful and would be of advantage No man who reads the Congressional ti to the farmers of the South. The com- Record every day and notes the effective production of a single suggestion of bad pact organization now existing among blows that Senator Vance is making P0rcy tuat would prevent it. the farmers makes it possible, throngh for the farmers and all other consumers o ZTTvvl their Business Agents in every Southern in the tariff discussion could be srsuad- duties, and we have aided them in every State, to ascertain the number of bales ed to vote against him. conceivable and possible way to conquer tne foreign market. Now, why not per forms. They were establised against tho votes and remonstrances of the Democratic party. One of the demands of tho Democratic national platform, adoptod in the year 1852, was expressed in the following prophetic words: That Congress' has no right to estab lish a national bank: that we believe ket, and to dispose of tho crop in such "To vouu teats, 0, Israel." Let every .ZSS 11 quantities as would keep the price up to Democrat heed the cry, and begin the can by his own unaided competition the highest notch. With such statistics, fight upon Radicalism which through the simply by withholding a part only of the and with a direct line of steamers, they Revenue Ring is seekin could practically control the sale of their er. cotton and not rush it all on the market in a few months and thus push the price down. If such statistics could be had and widely disseminated thero would to regain pow- RJHMARKABLE GROW Til SOUTH. or THE such an institution to bo one of deadly e 110 danger of the price going Vltat li if f fVlrt Vitif inl r,iM 4--, C J. I I J it 1 uvoiiiivjr w vuu wou AUbuiuaus ui me uown lurouga misapprenension as country, dangerous to our republican l0 the amount of the crop. It was institutions and the liberties of the peo- . , . .. . nle. and calculated to nlace tho busing expected that the price of cotton would bounty which is extended to manufact urers? This provision for his benefit re quires nothing to be taken from the Treasury. On the contrary, it will put more money in the Treasury than the present tariff bill. It only requires that you should withhold that much for him It is useless to deceive him or try to de- Special Cor. of State Chronicle. You have lately given figures to show ceive him any longer with protective du- the remarkable growth of the South, and !:les ,on e a.nd f lll,fc bc"a"s aud cubage it may be of interest to look at the same quest! m from another standpoint. I of the country within the control of a rise, but the wide-spread report that the herewith state i.m., information got from concentrated" money power, and above yield of cotton this year would be nearly jaws auu win oi me people. 400,000 bales in excess of last vears Commenting upon the operations of crop, and the fact that tho crop of Cen the National Banks, Hon. John S. Hen- tral Asia is increased, have affected the deuson wrnos to me. joun li. uolman price cf cotton. iu u, aowi . We hope that tho meeting in Atlanta This system (the National Banking sys- will be fruitful of the best results, and nn the credit of th Pnvnt hnt.it thaUfeaslble Plan of a direct line of is no lougor needed and ought to beabol- steamships to Europe formulated ished. The retirement of the national bank currency which is constantly going There is a concerted movement for on is productive of great injury to the the establishment by the State of a train- Sed bVBriaw'but'the wm of "Se 8cho1 for . ? .ag works irrfiftt hArdahin in. th luc uioveuiem, uegan. jll nas noi iosi my insurance iiecora. DUDiisnen in Louisville, Ky. Lot it be understood that the Eastern States mentioned, comprise the following: Connecticut, Delaware, District of (Jol- nrabn, iiaine, Massachusetts. THW Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pen sylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont. lhe bouthern States embracing. Ala bama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Lou- dent an( no impartial mind can see a isiana, Maryland, MississiDDi. North single solitary article which is lareelv Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee imported of any particular benefit to Texas, Virginia, West Virginia. ' the farmer in his business. He will see Now inasmuch as the Southern Stateq every one of them either for the benefit are pretty well worked for insurance and of tue rictl or for the benefit of the man- nave oeen tor the past ten years, it will utacturer. That is not right, sir; it is to heads and dried apples. It is useless to bait him any longer with free fiddle strings, skeletons, acorns, salted guts, nutmegs and Zante currants. Tempting as this bait is, the farmer prefers to have cheap ties for his cotton and twine for the sheaves of plenty which he reaps from the earth, cheap trace chains to pull his plow and fence wire to inclose his fields, cheap blankets, cheap bagging for his cotton, cheap tinware for house hold and cheap window-glass for his house. Look over that free list. Mr. Presi- No other remedy ha;? civen the satisfaction that Germeteur has given. W a.re clsdy hear ing words of commendation and praise lro:n persons using The "Boss." C. D. Boss & Son's Lunch M;;k cnit, the best of all plain flickers, tail fifteen cents. Close tigu-vs u trade. EliEP.UA'IDr & Phs ! W00LLC0T1 Is not here rot, but we expect it i. da yb, and, in the meanwhile, wo will ; few bargains that will surprise you. BOY; w !o: Orders from different parts of this State for Germeteur are daily coming in. (iermeteur builds up trom the first, and haa cured when all else had failed. Don't de spair of being cured until you have given Ger meteur a fair trial. Call on or send to me lor pamphlels giving lull information. A. E. JORDAN, Next to Citizens' Xat. Bank. bankers, works great hardship to the people. This is ail wrong. For every strength, but on the contrary has gained be readily understood that the remarka- not 3ust sir; it is almost, I was going uuiiui vi, ouvu vuiiwuj miciwiuio ui ir. inn ivinor a i iniipr hTprs. w in Thrnrrh "'d n.icajsc vi uit'iniuui recpinrs At tho bay. iLLititv lisen in i nna nnnrpaa mfn hereafter redeemed or destroyed a new nniv in tbA 4.inna ,1,,. South over the Eastern field, means i.rn- who, as the instruments of the Almiffhtv. t 1 uocrjijuicut, jjusu auu enier- ci iut ua mo piiiyer ne Laugnt us pnac, auu luo invesimeni or capital in 10 urier: "LriYe us mis day our daily sued by the government iu its place. Sat many hundreds and are earnest The Comptroller of tho Curren- workers all, aro pressing the movement cy, in his report to the Fifty-first this time and will memorialize the legis- rTr lature for the establishment of an indus- Here is the extract which speaks for itself. 'Tf TO TT-.-M-V. i At -r- ah 10 vuuu wnxio iu compare rue iiiast bread. IIOJUE-SPUN YARNS. new banks to the system and the conse- tnal Echo1 for women on a fitting scale and South in 1889 with the showing of quent deposit of bonds and issue of and broad plan. notes the outstanding circulation steadi ly decreases irora year to year, tho chief Tiie Catholics of St. Joseph's church, cans' bcintr the surrender of circulation Ur .j. . by bank8 desiring to reduce and regain ew iorN maue arrangements tor a possession of their bond?." No won- 8rand Pic-mc, but Bishop Wiggen sent a der the people complain oi a scarcl- letter forbidding the pic-nic because per cent. The risks in the East iin 1S7Q v ui muuey wuou fiouiw ua- aancmg wouia oe indulged in and liquor "CI J,o,ouu,uuu, against $5,553,000. 1879. The reports of the latter x-r a take from the tenth census, collected by Mr. Charles A. Jenney, of the Weeklv uuuerwruer. The total risks in the ooutn in l7y were S4G9.36S.000: in 1S89, $1,547,000,000, an increase of 230 -Y it i: i. h-a a : the annual averaee rate of decrease in out of fashion in many places, and it the circulation being $30,9G8,831. seems that all the church utterances are The national bank currency in actual aeainst it. The action of the Catholic SfSttio,9i0t0S?r 31' 188 W 316'" BisbP ia significant of the attitude of Ad L 5S1S0.208.828. on October 31. 1889. that church whlch haa not m practice at For tho year ending October 31, 1885, least, forbidden dancing. 000 in 1889, an increase in the latter year about ten per eeut. p For Tobacco Curers. The melancholy days have come Of which the poet spoke. W?eii e ej?ro soes to sleep at the barn, And the barn goes up in smoke. (Marion Free Lance.) Thero was a Jew in the town of Wil son who once wanted to be nominated and the nomination was equivalent to an election on the Democratic ticket as alderman of the 5th ward. He thought he should be nominated because he was for street improvements and the advance ment of the town in general. He was telling what he could do when elected. He said : Py Tarns, we will pave the town, issue bonds to be paid in 20 years ucxivo an me Denents trom the im provements, and MAKE OUR CHILDREN PAY FOR IT." I arn daily receiving consignments of coun try produce, applea, potatoes, chickens, eggs, Ac, always on hand. Call to see me when needing anything in tho produce line. A. E. JORDAN, Next to Citszens' Nat. Bank, Raleigh, N. C. INSTITUTE, Raleigh, N. C. The 54th year of this old school, its I8th year at Raleigh, begins September 3d, IS90. Professor A. Baumann, who needs no commen dation anywhere in the South.will continue as Director of Music, and Miss E. G. Buck, whose repu tation is unsurpassed, will contin ue to preside over the Art De partment. Every Teacher in the Faculty is a specialist in her department. Address: JAMES DISTWIDDIE, M.A. (University of Virginia) Principal, d-w-tf Raleigh. N. C. Auction Sales of Valuable Farming Lands. By virtue of power conferred on me by three several mortgage deeda, executed by Hackney S. Lilea and Lucy Lalee, which are duly re corded in Kegistry of Wake count, in Book No. 0, at page 355; Book No. 71), at page 175, and Book No. 110, at page C47, respectively, I will offer lor sale, to the highest bidder for cash, at the court house door at the city of Kaleigh, N. C., on J Monday, Oct. G, 1890, at 12 O'clock 31, Two tracts of land, ljing in St. Mary'a town ship. Wake county. N. C. at the confluence ol Neuse river and Poplar creek; one tract beinx the residence tract of the late II. S. Liles, con taming One Hundred and Eleven Acre more or less: the other being known as the Mam Liles place, and coniaining Seventy-two and One-half Acres, more or less B. F. MONTAGUE, Mortgagee. Raleigh, Sept. 3, 1890. (septo-tds) NATT. ATKINSON & SON, REAL ESTATE DEALERS, Asheville, X. C. H--H- Send for price-list of Properties offered bv us, emDracing all kinds of J CITY PROPERTY, FARMS. TIMBER, AND ' MINERAL LANDS WJSSrKjix NORTH CAROLINA. SHIRT WAISTS (n At 25 and 40 ct s. GENTS' NIGHT SHIRTS, At 70 and N) c:s. CENTS' U N L AUN L) R I K D SI.xj At 50 cts. Tin last lot of i-hirti thai we v.-- i best that we have ever had; and it v. buy Om-:, you will lay in your tupt-iy lor thev are 4 Good. . Goat Sulkies for the Sovs We also have the best line ol Crockery, Glass ami Tiiiv;ut In the city and tho prices are the 1 v -:. WHITE CEDAR BUCKETS, 2ri and 25 cts. each. WELL BUCKETS AT U5 C I S, And we have the best 25CT : CORSET IN TOWN. Ask for the Juaxita, if 3011 want the !-' All these at Woolcott & Son, HE. MARTIN STItEKT. Ridgeway High School, FUU BOYS AND GIULS. The Fall Ses.in of 18UO lie-ins Tlmr day, Sept. 1th. and Continue V' Weeks. Primary Tcitiox. and Intermediate.. J J) Clasdica and Higher Mathemat ics- -r, 1 Music on Piano I Jioard (including fuel, lights and washing ) Half of the above charges U rcj';..' advance and the balance Nov. 15. The Hcholastic year id divided iuv 1 tinnoua HOHrfiontj of twenty weeks each. For fuither information adai-e.sn JOHN GilAlI AM, PiciNcii Ai., i:idg-A;.v. augS-wlmdtwlawe2m) Warren Co., .V A $25,000 FA 1131. ONE OF THE BEST IX CAROLINA. NOKii Seven Hundred and Fifty (7M At' For Sale by JNO. A. WILLIAMS. Real Estate Aokn'i . Oxford, . t Land for Sale. Six hundred and fifty acres at cTi'm acre. Two hundred and fortv-nine and i (249) acres at f.00 per acre. Two hundred and nine (200) acren at ?1 Ier acre. All the above tracts are witliin one : ' tion3. For particulars, address JNO. A. WILLIAMS, Real Estate Agent, sept7-tf Oxford, N. C. FOR RENT. AlINPT?Al5F 1 1. a. lowies. onm 1 tifnrr . - . " . VI PC NORTII 01rir..nTil H SI ':, meaiaieiv. lor paru.- 7 . the Tlanlr r J ia 7 lasB J. w. EVANS, '' I Evana & Martin's fcjhoi J 5 u