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STATE CHKOITCCLE, SATUBDAY, SEPTEMBEE 13. WJsa State Chvontdc IY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. JL Every Morning Kxcept Monday. rv,qiT pitlCE OF CHRONICLE X iav4i.uopcr5eur;3.(Wrorbniontns; 11.50 for 3 months. rpjiE BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial JL Rooms of the Chronicle are on the second lloor of No. 216, Fayetteville St. COMMUNICATIONS RELATIVE TO Vj the Business Department of this paper anould be addressed The State Chroni cle, Raleigh, N. C, and all Drafts Checks and Postal Money Orders should be made payable to "Tiie Chronicle Pub. Co." JOSKIMIUS DANIELS, - - Editor. I). II. IIHOWDER, - Bus. Manager. HAL. W. AVER - - Asso. Editor. Equal and Exact Justice to all Men, ol Whatever State or Persuasion, Re ligious or Political. Thos. Jeflerson. tATURDAY, SEPT. 13, 1890. DEMOGRATffiHOMIIIEES. For Chief Justice of tto Suprems Court ! HON. A. S. ME11KIMON. For Asso. Jus, of the Supreme Court HON. WALTER CLARK. lOll SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE. 1st District Geo. H. Brown, Jr.,oF Beau fort. 2nd District TIenryR. Br YAN,of Craven. 4th District Spier Whitaker, of Wake. 5th District R W. Winston.of Granville, nth District E. T. Boykin, of Sampson. 7th District James D. McIver, of Moore. Sth District xt. F. Arm field, of Iredell. iOth District Jno. Gray BYNUM.of Burke Uth District W. A. Hoke, of Lincoln. FOR SOLICITOR. 1st District J. II. BLOUNT.of Perquimans 2nd District J. M. Grizzard, of Halifax. 3rd District Jno. E. WooDARD.of Wilson. 4th District E. W. Pou, Jr., of Johnston. fth District K. S. Parker, of Alamance, fith District O. II. Allkn, of Lenoir. Vth District Frank McNeill, of Rich mond. Sth District B. F. Long, of Iredell. - Dth District W. W. Barber, of Wilkes. 10th District W.C.NEWLAND.of Caldwell Uth District F. I. Osborne, of Mecklen burg. 12th District Geo. A. Jones, of Macon. FOR CONGRESS. 1st District W.A.B. BRANCii.of Beaufort. 2nd District W. J. Rogers, of Northamp ton. 3rd 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 Henderson, of Rowan. 8th District-W. H. II. CowLES.of Wilkes. Uth District W. T. Crawford, of Hay wood. WAKE COUNTY TICKET. ments my sole object being to give to the agriculturists of my section the best bill possible, and tho measure which to them promised the most speedy and sub stantial relief. I am opposed to tho present. National Banking system. I am in favor of free and unlimited coinage of silver. I am in favor of a railroad commission for the State of North Carolina. So far Mr. Bunn was exactly in ac cord with the Alliance. They have never demanded that a man should favor the Sub-Treasury bill, but that he should favor it or something better. Mr. Bunn believes that it can be amend ed with advantage, and will try to do so. But if the leaders of the Alliance do not agree to his amendments he will do all in his power to pass the bill wheth er they approve his amendments or not. There is not an Alliance man in America who could promise more, or whose assurance could ba more satis factory to the Alliance. But it may be said that these ques tions related only to the request of the Wake County Alliance, and that Mr. Busk's answer does not apply to the de mauds of the National Alliance. Let us see how he stands upon them? The Con gressional convention, held in Durham on the 24th of July, that nominated Mr. Bunn, adopted as its platform every de mand of the Alliance that was presented by any member of the Alliance. The platform contained every demand of the Alliance except that upon the Sub-Treasury bill, and that was not offered to the convention at all. These resolutions were adopted without a dis senting vote. Mr. Bunn had already written as above,promising to vote for the Sub-Treasury bill. Mr. Bunn was in formed that these demands had been in troduced and adopted, and in his speech accepting the nomination, he referred to IT IS DISHONORABLE. (Maxton Union.) It sounds very Democratic (?) to hear a man talking to a Republican and tell ing .said K that the prospects aie bright for our success after he, tho said man, has been in a Democratic conven tion and tried to nominate certain men. A. good Democrat won't talk any such sti ff to a Republican, white or black, ana one that does has no business in a Democratic convention. Keep your eye on the fellow who quietly says to Republicans and sore heads, "I don't know whether I can support the whole Democratic ticket or not." And remember it against him if he claims to be a Democrat. He that is not for us is against us in the battle upon which we are entering, snd the man who talus doabtingly about not voting for a Democratic nominee who is an upright man would be a Republican if it would pay him better ! RROYALPSsaa lb J PifflEE WQOLLCOTT & SON, !CE CELLAr' This week we will advcrti.o "CHILDREN" 'hii ho beiierited so that the Of !,,. ' 1 I' J l.li. . A nice new iiac of school bags at 10 and 15 Load and Slate pencils 1 cent tach. iVe wish to announce to jv1 n thai we have opened a ctl'i- under the Henry Building, r ...--. .r: .. v- - c uiu hoc, .nciuuur.ur. ' it wil ha pleased to give ev-r U val.e. of their money on ticket ! Ct . nis ice is made on larv tl en cut into blocks. This r-... . : a solute I'uriiy, wounde-fr. ST K-ncy, great Density and frto hit bubbles. It i more Writing pads from 1 to 20 cent-?. Writing paper at i, 5 and 10 cents a quire. .Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High est of all in leavening strength. U. S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1S80. If 59 Si 1 SI Tcu man who is afraid xto show his hand in politics has a cotton string where his back bone ought to be, or else he wants to make something by keeping dark. In this campaign it is tho duty of every patriotic man to speak out and use bis influence for the party to which he belongs. The man who will not do it in thi3 crisis will not do to trust. Put that in your pipe and smoke it. DRESS GOODS, Scholars Companion at 10c. Theee are nice and have slate pencil, lea 1 ner.cil. a niece of chalk, a sponge and pen holder all enclosed in a nice little bo with lock and kej for 10 cents only. 50Q BoysHats at25c. Express wagons: Goat wagons, Goat sulkies and Velocipedes, all new. We have a nice new lot of shafts for Goat wagons at CO cents each. or.Vs. natural lake ice than it can be any o- Ur process, but is much pi"' MORE DURABLE As demonstrated by tests rnav WHITE-COVERED WAG. Go wherever wanted morning and eceuin. t foi is an I th Ti IIOAiESPUN YARNS. (Jonesboro Leader.) At the Moore county convention, Mr. E. J. Harrington's name was mentioned for the House of Representatives. He, living in Pocket towoship, arose and said : "Mr. Chairman, I would ask my friends to please withdraw my name. It would never do to take two men out of a little pocket. You have iasi nominat- the adoption of the demands, and said: ed Capt. Wilcox, of my township, for "I STAND LTON THE PLATFORM Senator. Just Jet me stay at home and OF THIS CONVENTION AS FIRMLY AS THE ROCK OF GIBRALTEli." That is Mr. Bunn's position upon the Alliance demands. He makes no con cealment of his position upon any point, and publicly states always what he wrote to Mr. Dunn, and what he said at Dur ham. Could any Allianceman ask more of a candidate? gather my big crop of corn, play with Katie and the children, and vote the Democratic ticket this fall, and Pli be happy." This speech was greeted with rounds of applause. . DIRECT TRADE CONVENTION. Foot balls, Base balls and every thing else to amuse the children at 14 E. MARTIN STREET. Mini, 'NEW DEPAKTA1E2ST. IT WAS AN OUTRAGE. For Clerk Joii W. Thompson. For SherilT-M. W. Page. For Register of Deeds S. M. Dunn. For Treasurer L. O. Lougee. For Coroner Dr. a. J. Buffaloe. For Surveyor II. A. Chappell. Direct Trade Can Only Re Maintained By Encouraging Emigration. Atlanta Journal. Hon. C. P. Goodyear, of Brunswick, addressed the Direct Trade Convention, lie reviewed the efforts at direct trade heretofore made in the South, and show ed why tboy had failed. It was on the point oi being established about 1871 by II. I. Ivimbili, president of the Bruns wick & A lb. my railroad, but that sys tem vas overtaken by disaster, in the form of a receiver, and tho scheme had to ba abandoned, although Kimball had an English agent at Brunswick, with his books open, ready for the business of a This week fin d s us abundantly prepared t o meet tlie wants oi those who desire to purchase Aaa 1 1 pntt ffe SOH Dress Goods early. V UUEIOU LL V vUIIj Our unprecedented show ing for this early in Sep tember is the result of the most careful preparation. Upon our counters may now be seen some of the loveliest productions of the foreign makers. Our Dress stuffs have been selected with the greatest 1 !4 I. J-l 1- L????! "L?.?1: onOes! ohoes! onOGS! v 1 1 1; ' miu initio puiuuaBccj our stock offers unsurpass ed inducements. Rough materials w ill predominate among nearly every class ol dress fabrics for this Fall. We now invite our pat rons to an early inspection of this magnificent display, feeling certain that they will appreciate our efforts at show ing such an assortment of every class of de sirable Dress Goods, and at such reasonable prices. W. II. & li. S. TUCKER & CO., IlALEIGH, N. C. FULiIi WOUIIT CiUARANTi -r, -1 CAR LOADS VERY LOW It ATv, Prompt Shipments. JONES & PGWEIl Agonts Raleigh Ice Factory. AOr.NT FOE FULL LINE BEST MAKES. WAKE CO. LEGISLATIVE TICKET For Senator A. C. Green. For House of Representatives W. B. Urciiuiicii, Geo. W. Davis, A. M. Sor kell, and A. D. Jones. Mil. BUNN AND THE ALLIANCE. There seems to ba somo misunder standing in somo quarters about the po- The conduct of the Republican Sena tors, in refusing to remove tho heavy tax .upon cotton ties, was nothing less than an outrago, when we consider that tho Democrats voted with the North western Republicans to put binding twine on the free list. Binding twine is largely used by the Western wheat growers, and one of the Senators from steamship lino from Brunswick to Liver Minnesota moved to place it on the free tool. I rnu it cp i. j. l i! . uireci iraue irom xsewport incws ana LUU UIULiUU rtUU BUIU. Morfrt L- n-oa fhof tl1ti Mr. President : I shall vote for the get cargoes except during: the cotton sea amendment of the fcenator from Min- son. Thcv could not compete with the . . nesota witn very great pleasure, it is .New ork and other Northern lines be a movement in the right direction, sir. cause those lines bring emigrants. -11 il- i .il 1 - I" i -w- . .1 . it win aosomeiaing ior me rener or tne -i am not in lavor ot unrestricted agricultural community, and I give emigration, but I favor controlled emi NOTHING LIKE SUCCEEDS SUCCESS. Entire NewStock LADIES'. MISSES', CHILDREN'S, MEN'S, BOYS', YOUTHS'. This remedy has been thorough- ti ; i suffering people; and for RHEUMATISM, INDIGESTION DYSPEPSIA, CATAKItll NERVOUS TROUBLE ' GENERAL DEBILITY," AND ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASE?. No other remedy has given the sati-'-. : that Germeteur has given. W are d;i:!v ing words of commendation and praicV jV," persens using K F. O- Orders from different parts of thi- S; Gormeteur are daily coming in. Germeteur uuildsup Irom the lirT :.!,.' ' cured when all else had failed. I !i i ,1 spair of being cured until you have giv.-n f meteur a fair trial. Call on orst n.i t n . pamphlels giving lull information. A. E. JC11I)N, Next to Citizens' Nat. l.tiik. C D tl af si fc ul d it oi hi in c v. c ti gration of a class of good citizens to tho South. Vve cannot establish direct trade unless we encour.isomiKration. because without it wo cannot, compete with Northern lines. It would be beneficial notice to that benator that when wo reach paragraph 349 I propose to do the SftmA fhirnr fnr f-.ft.Aj. l.tirrrrinfr TTciv.r.. sition of Hon. B. II. Bunn upon the de- helped him to do something for the mands of the Farmers' Alliance. On the wheat and grain growers of his section of night previous to the nominating con- the country, 1 propose to call upon him to every Southern interest to establish vention the demands wa nrPntAd fn reciprocate ana to enaoio us to put direct trade lines and invite the better . t , . j ,. L . L bagging for the farmers of cotton in the Mr. Bunn and he declined to sign them south oa the free list. at that time because they were presented Here he was interrupted by Senator on the ove of the convention, and he be- Blair who said: "I forbid the Dans." lioved it would bo unmanly in him to Without noticing the interruption Sen- sigu them,as ho then said, "at this time." ATOr Vance continued: Ho also said, "I am a friend of the Al- Then we can all sing together that lianco and its demands, but 1 cannot good old hymn: -.!.- At... ....... .. -r a i aiBu uiu paper rsuw. rrom mis circum- Blest he the tie that binds The sheaves whose bread we love: And fellowship of cotton-ties Is like to the above. class of emigrants. Texas and Florida are inviting them, why net other South ern States. ' "The efforts to establish direct trade between 18S2 and 18SG were premature, oecause tne South had not suhiciently developed to justify it. "ltiat trouble does not confront us tc The reason RADAM'b MICliOBE KILLEll is the most wonderful med icine, is because it has never failed in any in stance, no matter what tho disease, from LEP-1-OaY to tho simplest disease known to the hu man system. Hie scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease is CAUSED BY MICROBES, AND SUM'S MB1 Em Exterminates the Microb03 and drives them out of the system, and when that is done you cannot nave an aclio or pain. iNo matter what tho disease, whether a uimple ease of Malaria Fover or a combination of diseases, we cure them all at the .ame time, as we treat all dis eases constitutionally. Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh, Bron- ciutis, itneumatism, Kidney and Liver Disease, Chills and Fever, Fe male Troubles, in all its forms, and, in fact, every Disease kuoAvn to the Human System. JUST OPENED. FINE AND MEDIUM GRADES HaiuX-sewed, Goodyear Welt. McKay and Standard Fastenings. I am dailv receiving consignments ..ic.v.r try produce, apples, potatoes, chick- n-. Ac, always on hand. Call t see in v;. needing anything m the pro luce lin.-. A. E. JORDAN, Next to Citizens' Nat. l.i:;k. Raleigh, N. ('. McKimmon, Moseley & McGee, 129 and 131 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. O. MAGGIE REESE: J. R. FERRALL & CO,, midsummer miiinm 222 Fayetteville Street. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. We will begin now to close out all Children's and Misses- Colored lints at Half Price. Among tho lot :t.edis:r.i bio styles for travelling or schrol. All Fan y Rilmous Ilrgardle of rt. -WE A HE RECEIVING- FINE N. C. MULLETS In 100-lb. guaranteed packages a.nd offer same to the trade very low. ARBUCKLE'S Our entile stock of CORSETS io oe uiosecl Uut at 50 c..nts: from 50 cents to $1.7;1. ' or t . Beware of Fraudulent Imitations. stance, a rumor has gone out to somo of tho members of tho Alliance that Mu. Bunn is not in harmony with the views of tho Alliance and is not in favor of the legislation advocated by them. Such an L.EE, JOHNSON & CO., When it came time for Senator Vance to move to put cotton-ties on the free list the Kopublican Senators didn't ba- See that our Trade-Mark (eame as above) appears on each jug. ""j- m " iiavc cuuuu cajjuiis lu lioep ivuier," given away by two unes ousy. uut we must have per manency of lines and be in a nosition to .. - 1 T TTt ri TiMnn guarantee treights. To do this it will be h,uii9, necessary to cre.' t) a direct trade r.or- KALEIGH, N. C. The farmers, the seaport property owuors, every producer who Auction Sales of Valuable raises somemmg to export, must sub- Ariosa Coffee, The best of all package coffees, in 30-R. cases, at New lork prices. SOME GOOD STYLES and NUMiJK li:. Sen ho i r ta unfrxr-n . r A l it. . . . , . I - " I buxo ijyji. tAVLKJLl tXLlKA I 1 1 1 1 1 I , III .-r- '"j- neve m that kind of "reciprocity," and cnarge or strong, tamest business men 4 m - .- I W ' lf.Tll1l. - Farming Lands. The Very Beat Quality Fine GRANULATED SUGAR Just to hand in half barrels and barrels at bottom prices. TARBELL'S We will not carry corsets another sousgk, so reduce them to mr.ke a clean sweep. Miss Maggie Reese, 209 FavetteviUf St NEW k MUSIC A tice. It may bo well for ua to stato Mr. Dunn's position. About the last of May tho President of the Wake County Alli ance wrote to Mr. Bunn and asked his the amendment was defeated by a party vote. Tho only "reciprocity" thy ad vocate, and it is the narrow and partizan and sectional kind tirOnOSPfl hv Mr T..ATVP 13 n. "vor.ir.rAn views upon certain public questions. Mr. itv t w will finahltt th ' T,.BT-nMinaa trt Bunn answered, in a general way , that k their hold New E land Q na clirvtilrl l. vlnl In. .i.--AU4. I 1 u v .uu. u K a ouyVWi. aUy mcas- tho Northwest. It would be of no value ure ior mo reuei oi tne farmers upon f .u art..v, ,r ..... . uu" to the bouth, and it was proposed by Mr. w-.v- v, .u. ima uuawer, jjine because he sees thatunle; imeuueu uy jik. uunn to snow his trior ough accord with the farmers in their ef "If this shall be done I believe we would have direct trade with Europe be- rore tne cotton season ot next vear com mences." Mr. Goodyear presented the following By virtue of power conferred on me by three several mortgage deeds, executed by Hackney S. Lilcs and Lucy Liles, which are duly re corded in Ilecristrv of Wako countv. in Book No. 60, at page 355; Eook Ne. 71), at page 175, and Book JSo. 110, at page 617, respectively, I will offer for sale, to the highest bidder for CREAM CHEESE. Small Sizes. remarkable statistics showing the growth cash, at the court hou.e door at the city of Monday, Oct. G, 1890, at 1 2 O'clock M, A full and complete goods to suit the times. line of seasonable All goods delivered free. of the South: Taxable Values' $2,164,792,795.00 3,085,868,283.00 For 1879-80, For 1889-90, forts to secure relief, was not satisfactory to some of tho members of the Alliance, and he was asked to be more explicit, and in a letter to Mr. J. J. Dunn, Secre tary of the Wako County Alliance, Mil. Bunn on Jane 7th, wroto explanatory of his views. He was asked his position upon only four questions: 1. Tho Sub-Treasury bill. 2. Tho National Banking law. 3. Tho Silver question. 4. The K. R. Oommission. In answer to these questions Mr. Bunn wroto to Mr. Dunn. S3 some thing is done the entire Northwest will become Democratic. The Chronicle views this little piece of meanness and sectionalism with pro found regret. We had hoped that we were reaching an era when sectionalism would not control men's actions. Senator Vance and the other Dem ocrats snowed their willingness to . . . give relief to the agriculturists of the Northwest, and in return they re received what ? The duties on cotton ties were trebled. We call the attentfon of Col. Polk and Dr. Macune to this piece of wicked Increase, -11,521,075,488.00 This vns increase in wealth increases our iibility to import and export and to sus.am direct trade. THE SARATOGA OF THE SOUTH. World at Two tracts of land, lvinc in St. Mary's town ship. Wake county. N. C. at the confluence ol Neuse river and Poplar creek; one tract being the residence tract of the late H. S Liles, con taining One Hundred and Eleven Acres, more or less: the other being known as the Sam Liles place, and containing Seventy-two and One-half Acres, more or less. B. F. MONTAGUE, Mortgagee. Raleigh, Sept. 3, 1890. (septS-tds) A $25,000 FARM. ONE OF THE BEST IN CAROLINA. NORTH Tim spr.fi r.n!.l icm nnrl n Dear Sm:-Your letter conveying to IC; IT T Tr lu. lucau uu mo the resolution passed by your Alii- lu "illu ol iaQ ortnwest to send anco has just been received, and I beg PeJltions to Congress to protest against lea? to answer you and your Alliance, this great outrage to their Southern through you, that I am in hearty accord brethren. The Alliance Legislative com- with your wishes as suggested by the mnaa T , , resolution. I have fully answered the mUte 0 Ught to rmg out lta loudest question as to the sub-Treasury, in my anatnema3 against such an infamous act reply to tho lotter from your president, favoritism. It is the lowest and and all I wish to say now is to explain meanest of the long list of disreputable thI 'intended my reply to mean that I T11 aCt8 WhiCh disSraced this would suggest amendments to the bill, ongress' virViinVi T li rii rrV f T" nnoooQ ttr tin ?-. - tion to vour legislative com mitt,P of Let Democrats m every neighborhood which Dr. O. W. Macune is chairman, ln tue state organize a Democratic Club and that atter l nau discussed them aua send delegates to the State Conven with him and the committee, I would tion on the 24th of September T-v1 ATT. TV XTV PftlVI'll 1Y PIqj Till? hit r . r a ' .. --.., An unorgan zed Demoeraev Rtands WHFTHlcnTHEY APIR(lVElMV AMffAnxtrVTO uuuiauiicu WWUXTAK-J SiaUUS OR NOT. If they approved tho amend- n0 more chanco of winning than a mob ments, would try to have them put on oft3 of gaining the victory over a com in tho House; if they opposed them I company of drilled sordiers.'' Or- would IftYor tho bill without tho amend- ganizauon is me watenword. Finest Scenery in the Asheville. Dr. M. B. Wharton, a big Baptist di vine of Alabama, spent some days in Asheville and Hot Springs recently. He said to the Atlanta Journal: "I am charmed with the land of the sky. Both places were crowded this year as never before. Met a great many Atianuans tnere, Asheville is eettinw on a "boom," which reminds me of the wildest days ol Birmingham. Hundreds ot thousand ot dollars changed hands ior real estate daily while I was there V anderbilt has let the contract for tho foundation of his residence for $400,000. nis tennis court costs $50,000. Hp will have one hundred miles of macadamized drives. He has a railroad already built J. - 1 1 i-i i lu iu. piace, wmcu is iour miles from A 1 il - w --.sneviiie. ms mace contains ft nnn acres. He pays his superintendent $20, 000 a year, I was told. He proposes to spend $5,000,000 on his place. Other millionaires are also investing thousands. Among thorn Hon. Wharton J. Green, who bought fifty thousand dollars worth in two days, and was about closing the contract for a $30,000 place. Battery Park Hotel, where myself and family stopped, pays its owner over $50,000 a year clear profits, so the manager told me. Two other One hotels have been contracted for, and they will be the Saratoga" of the South. The iinest scenery in the world is there." e c THE CALIGRAPH" TYPE-WRITER. Greatest speed; best for manifolding; 100, 000 daily users. Price $85.00. Machines rented to responsible parties and sold on in stallments. Our New Special No. 3 has recently been brought out to meet the demands ol those who require the best that can be produced. Price $100.00. Has six additional commercial keys, extra platen lor manifolding and other valuable improvements. For accounts of speed contests and circulars, address NEWMAN & SON, Gen'i. Ag'ts, Washington, D. C. J. L. Seawell, Agt., Raleigh, N. C. junl0-8m IN OWN That's vhere the 200 lots of THE WEST END HOTEL AND LAND COMPANY, WINSTON, N. C.,are situated. Not in the country. 12,000 people, 100 factories, 3 rail roads built, 2 bnildmg, attitude 953 feet, win ter temperature 41 deg , summer 70 deg., rain 45 inches. Prices 1,500 to $5G0 uer lot. Terms, one-third first year; one-third second years. Advance on .November 1. Buy a house in tne best town in tue South. Average an nual increase in values tor 10 consecutive years 33 per cent. Sure enough inducements o sure enougn investors. eSaHt. FOR RENT". The store of Mrs. M. A. Towles, on Favette ville street, formerly occupied bv D. S. Waitt. Possession given immediately. For particu lars enquire oi j. y. EVANS, sept3-lm At Evans & Martin's Shop. Seven Hundred and Filty (750) Acres For Sale by JNO. A. WILLIAMS, Real Estate Agent, Oxford, N. C. Iand for Sale. 8ix hundred and fifty acres at $7 00 per acre. Two hundred and forty-nine and a hall (21934) acres at $8.00 per acre. Two hundred and nine (209) acres at $10.00 per acre. All the above tracts are within one to two miles of Richmond & Danaille liailroad sta tions. For particulars, address JNO. A. WILLIAMS, Reat Estate Agent, sept7-tf Oxford, N. C. Select Boarding and Day School For Young Ladies and Little Girls. Flillsboro, - - N. C. The sixtv-third term of the Misses Nash and Miss Kollock's school will open Sen- a. l rt -k r l . temi-er iyu. circulars on application June 13 aeoa-wsm GOOD REASONS For Patronizing the Moseley House. 1 I am pleasantly located, near all that i of interest and on tho main street, where all mo eiiwa oi me cuy pass, ana opposite tho ia,igc ury gouus HOU86 OI Y. il. & I H Tucker & Co. ' 2 I find evervthinsr neat and clean t ti. Moseley House, and leel aa if at home, lor they make me so. ' 31 find tho Dining Hall for Ladies and Gentlemen well cared for and as nleaant a- any seaside resort-no fliea, and the Rotating J?ly lans keep one cool and pleasant, while I can enjoy one of the good meals you can al ways get at the Moaelev Hohsa fnr ff nnnfa 4 An enterprise that the travelling public should appreciate and patronize is the Mose ley House. (jnlyl7-tf "Kathleen," new song, by C. A. White, ! ) "My Marguerite Gf Long Ag" bv C. A. White, o 'Madeline" by C. A. White, "Thou art sll to me," beautiful waltz s -ng by H. T. Smith, author ot"If You Love tne Darling, Listen to my tale of woe Ac.' ro 'Only Sweet Memories" Waltz Song, by H. T. Smith. ) '"Lilac" Karl Gardner's New Song in "Far- therland." 40 "That is Love" greatest hit of the season. MAIL ORDERS For tho above an 1 for other pop i'ar homs quickly niled. K 2,000 SELECTIONS TEN CENT MUSIC- NABE PIANOS, RANICU & EACH PIANOS. IMIiALL PIANOS. IMBALL ORGANS. MILLElt ORGANS. NEEDHAM ORGANS. 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