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STATE OHEONlbli:, 'SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1.
i BY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. Every Morning Except Monday. rrHH CASH PRICE OF CHRONICLE X 13 tfi.UO per year; for 6 months; $1.50 for 3 months. I nn.i..;vfn t tVii rrroo f urmv of rvrn. i v.v.vvm.v-v egsioDa, an(1 business men in xorui Carolina, who aro laboring to secure the same end that the Alliance has in view. Nor is it necessary. Happy as his words were, it is the sentiment that we desire to emphasize. Iu thus paymg T& of tb? CHn?.MCLrarron Vhe though not eligible to membership in the second floor of No. aib, e ayeuevme ot. or(ier. are doing much to carry out tne riOMMUNICATIONS RELATIVE TO fundamental principles of the Alliance J the Business Department oi uusei aud democracy (tor they are tne same;, Beddingfield gave expression to Hontimpnf nf fivfirv natriotic mem . 4 I LI1V WWW " - -J I payable to the tHKuw;i.Jt vv. IT IS DISHONORABLE. (Mas.t:u Union.) vei-y Democratic (?) to hear 3 s.-und a man la) king ii'g said K - cle. Raleieh. N. C. and all Drafts, Checks MR. and Postal Money Orders should be made tne JOSEPIIUS DANIELS, - - Editor. D. II. UKOWDER. - Bus. Manager. Asso. Editor. HAL. W. AYER - Equal and Exact Justice to all Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, lie- lieious or Political. Thos. Jefferson. SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, 1890. DEMOGRATIGJOMIIIEES, for Chief Justice of the Supreme Court : HON. A. S. MERRIMON. For Asso. Jus. of the Supreme Court HON. WALTER CLARK. o a Republican and tell- that the prospects are bright for our success after he, the sa'd man, has been iu a Democratic conven tion and tried to nomiuate certain men. A good Democrat won't talk any such s.uff to a Republican, white or black, au.i one that does has no ousiness in a Democratic convention. mm Hill I S1U IB.1; Coal FULLY PREPARED To wait upon the public lor- anrjQ Wo 1, V . " ui" i it n .... . i years, all q10 w" i-- C'4Ur now lecommend th,. , VU'"."V: --Fall and Winter Goodsi- -:o: 3IR. EWARl'S OPINION f OR SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE. 1st District Geo. H. Brown, jR.,of Beau fort. , 2nd District TlE3fRrR.BRYAN,of Craven. 4th District-SpiER Whitaker, of Wake. 5th DistrictR W. Winston.of Granville. 6th District E. T. Boykin, of Sampson. 7th District James D. McIver, of Moore. 8th District a. F. Armfielp, of Iredell. iOth District Jno. Gray Bynum,o Burke 11th District W. A. Hoke, of Lincoln. FOR SOLICITOR. 1st District J. II. BLOUNT.of Perquimans 2nd District J. M. Grizzard, of Halifax. 8rd District J NO. E. WoODARP.of Wilson. 4th District E. W. Pou, Jr., of Johnston. 5th District E. S. Parker, of Alamance. 6th District O. H. ALLEN, of lnoir. vth District Frank McNeill, of Rich mond. 8th District B. F. Long, of Iredell. 9th District-W. W. Barber, of Wilkes. 10th District W.C.NEWLAND.of Caldwell 11th District F. I. Osborne, of Mecklen burg. 12th District Geo. A. Jones, of Macon. FOR CONGRESS. 1st District W. A.B. BRANCH,of Beaufort. 2nd District W. J. Rogers, of Northamp ton. 3rd District B. F. Grady, of Duplin. 4th District-B. H. Bunn, of Nash. 5th District A. H. A. WILLIAMS, of Gran ville. 6th District S. B. Alexander, of Meck lenburg. 7th District J. S Hendkrson. of Rowan. 8th District W. H H. Cowles of Wilkes, yth District W. T. Crawford, of Hay wood. WAKE COUNTY TICKET. For Clerk John W. Thompson. For Sheritl-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. ber of the Alliance. There is no feeling among the patri otic Alliancemen against a man because of his profession or calling. Whatever has seemed like it has been a temporary ebullition, and cannot last; and it has been caused by incorrect information and hasty action. It is no more a part of the Alliance than a tar-barrel is a part of Demociatic principles. It is a flame which quickly burns out. The real po sition of the Alliance is one of an tagonism and hatred of evil condi tions and unjust laws and men who are responsible for them, and not of distrust or hatred of a class. If a farmer seeks to perpetuate the evils under which they suffer, they are as much his enemy as if he were a lawyer or a doctor or a banker. The Alliance looks beyond a man's profes sion into his principles and his acts. They are the tests. Whenever any of its mem bers have railed to do this, and have op posed a man because of his profession they have gone contrary to their confess ed aims and been guilty of injusiice. In a speech, accepting the nomination, made by Dr. H. F. Freeman, a prominent Alli anceman of Wilson county, who was nom-; nated by the Democrats for the State Senate on Tuesday, he gave expression to this si roe view when he said that "a man should be supported, not because of the class to v hi oh he belonged or the profession he migat follow, but for the principles he advocated." The Chronicle would lay stress upon these utterances, because there are good and true men in the State who have a deep prejudice against the Alliance be cause they believe it intends to ostracize all except farmers, and because some extreme Alliancemen have given expres sion to sentiments which were calcula ted to arouse prejudice upon the part of all who did not belong to the Alliance .We have never believed that the extremists who would crucify all who do not follow in their way, spoke for the Alliance. We have known that they simply represent ed their own narrow and illiberal views. But all have not known this, and these loud talkers have inflicted great injury upon the Alliance by their mouthings It is well that in a manly, patriotic and liberal manner Mr. Beddingfield has Of Professor Alexander Mclver and the Other Republicans of North Carolina and the South. 1 In Mr. Ewart's speech in the House in opposition to the Force bill, after speak ing of the losses suffered by the South on account of the war, he thus refers to his party in this State and the South, and compares the prosperity of the South under Democratic rule with the outrages and misrule of the Republicans: "On the heels of this fearful loss by war and destruction of values, came po litical misrule and degradation against which it seemed almost hopeless to strive. The State governments fell into the hands of the most disreputable gang of thieves and plunderers that ever dis graced a nation, and the very name of Republicanism became a stench in the nostrils of all honest men. By blood shed, violence and intimidation these governments were wrested from the thieves and plunderers, and to-day with out exception are held by the Demo Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High est of aU in leavening strength. U. b. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. THEl CARRY A FULL LINE OF THE NEW S1L-KS, DRESS GOODS DRESS GOODS, SILKS, VSLVET3. INFANTS' GOODS, DRESS TRIMMINGS, "Wmte Goods, Linens, Towels, . Blankets, Quilts, HOSIERY, GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, Domestic Goods, Umbrellas as Gossamer., . (Hfcnii-Ai.thra(. ! crumble to dust, l,,"' well as hickory wo0,i ' ',r- 1 oe maae oi is t w., suitable for Urates s. Specially AdaH, 1 ftoris . Prepared by machiu-rv ; ' Stove, Egg aud Lurup ;,lnt al.. direct from the mine, . l'H-" ttl vorv AND DressTrimmings, I. L I L ?. ?D I CS We are positive that the disnlav in these three de- cratic party, in spite of this long era nartiiients has never heen excelled by any oi our pre vious efforts. of misrule, and all the evils of recon struction, the South has prospered as never a section prospered before. Go South now. and vour iourney will be through a continuous and unbroken strain of the music of progress, the whirr of tho spindle, the buzz of the saw, the roar of the furnace and the throb of the locomotive." SILKS. The most popular weaves this season will be Bengalines, Faille Francaise, andEppinglinea. These we show in Blacks, as well as all the fashionable Autumn shades. How would Rev. D. P. Meacham, Ra dical candidate for the Senate, like to see in print that filthy letter which he wrote to Mr. Curtis, who lives four miles and a half West of Raleigh? Tha letter was written when both of them had exhibits of honey and bees at the State Fair. POLITICAL GOSSIP. The Republicans of the Third Con gressional district have nominated Geo. O. Scurlock (col.) for Congress. . "We compose the Republican party" truly say the negroes. DRESS TEXTURES. The popularity of the new "Rough" faced materials is now assured; and, combined with Velvet and Suk aud Passcmentaire, are capa ble of the most surprising enects. DRESS TRIMMINGS. Our showing of these important accessories to dress goods is simply wonderful. It is quite difficult hero to give anything like a comprehensive idea of what we have: but among the latesS things brought out are the Turquoise effects, Velvet and Tinsel Combi nations, Ac, &c. W. H. & It. 8. TUCKER & CO., Ualeigh, N. C. GENTS' FURNISHINGS. NEW DEPARTMENT. SHOES, SHOES, SHOES. Thoroughly Reliable. BLACK DRESS GOODS. RECEIVED TO-DAY AT J. R. FERRALL & CO'S 222 Fayetteville Street. Delaware Martha and Wyoming J ones & pG RALEIGH Mixers' Age.nTs s p Pocahontas (Semi-pit,, purest and best steam col' : the most economical for etta 4:- AX nilUClTE COU LEE mixes White Asiif i- ., best of anthracite coals 'that & r and gives more universal J r1:' in utock, all sizes Eg? Hxma1' BedA8h,EggandSpg,intt kmd ot coal and Pocahonti ": direct to any depot. AU orj(lek: month rilled at special SnmrVr" Jones & Pow MINERS' sep1G-tt VALENCIA ONIONS. FERRIS' PIG HAMS AND BREAKFAST BACON AND SMOKED BEEF. NOTHING LIKE SUCCEEDS SUCCESS. The Republican paper at Brevard, after hearing Mr. Crawford and Mr. Moody at that place, suggested that it "hoped Mr. E.vart would meet Mr. Crawford next tic;e.v Crawford has them on the run. WAKE CO. LEGISLATIVE TICKET For Senator A. C. Green. For House of Representatives W. B. UrcHURcii, Geo. w. Davis, A. M. Sor rell, and A. D. Jones. Mr. D. N. Burrow, one of the Radical nominees for the House in Randolph county, is wiser than the others ou the ticket. He declines to run. After No veuiber the others will burrow and wish stated the true position of the Alliauce, they had followed his example earlier. and administered a rebuke to those who have miSKmreftftntad thA nrrlpr. Hift :h? Democratic county convention of ... " , , . , nainax county endorsed the com worus win uo gooa onng aoout more promise ticket asjieed upon by the Alii cordial and friendly feelings and pro- ance and the Executive Committee of mote harmony and concord. tw0 parties. The following were nomi- nateo: vv. tu. jtsowers tor the Senate: w. VV. Hall, recommended by the Alii ance and A. B Hill, for the House; B I. Alsbrook, Sheriff; W. T. Parker, Treasurer; leaving Register of Deeds. Clerk of the Superior court, Coroner. and Surveyor to be nominated by the Re- puoncans HOW GAP CIVIL GOT ITS NA3IE. Statesville Landmark. There are few more interesting studies than the origin of the names of locali ties, and excepting "Statesville, " there NOVELTIES IN- MILLINERY -AND f A PATRIOTIC SPEECH. Among the recent speeches at the State Convention of Democratic Clubs that of Ma. E. 0. Beddingfield, Secretary of the State Farmers' Alliance, will not be soon forgotten. It was a strong, earnest and is no placQ the reaS0Q f fc. name f convincing plea to the white men of which ha3 led and interested m North Carolina to present an unbroken more than .,G civil Allegh coun. front order to preserve their liberties. tythe original count seat of A11 ha He scorned the intimation that the Farm- if we are not mistaken . Most un0 era Alliance, even m an indirect way edl find fa th Alle ha gt f would be responsible for the defeat of nJ i i. . it y . 4 . . , last week, the explanation of why "Gap the Democratic party, and he showed PiT,r an o11J, . .. F ..... .. - r , j , A, Civh is so called, and the explanation that the relief needed by the farmers . . n u u T is so very unique as to give zest to all could be gained in the Democratic party, f utUre researches along this line. Gap He did not believe that the Democratic Civil is two miles from Sparta, the pres- party had always lived up to its princi- ent county seat of Alleghany. It is pies, but he did know that its principles, Sl5in be7eQ? ,itwo large if ' . , . . . v r. A, mountains, and, the Star tells us, was if carried out, would bring relief to the at one time the muster ground for the farmers and all others. So strongly did southern portion of Ashe and the voting he believe in the Democratic principles Preci&ct for all the lower part of Ashe that he said, though of Whig parentage, ThoTi7 WaS C,Ut off from tt- ... . , f. , , , The first settler, our contemporary savs. i his father had lived and the old par- had a store and dwelling at the rL and tioa had remained, his convictions would entertained those who attended the mus- havo caused him to differ with his father ters and elections with the best of whis and inin hin fnrfnnoa tr tha key and- bn ndy. As a result of his hos piiimiy niero were many rests oi man- Uis remarks upon the necessity of set- sometimes as manv as a dozen fiehts tling all differences in the Democratic wre going on at the same time: but no party at the primaries, and then sup- Plst0I aifk, knife or other weapon was Dort nc and electing th nAminMa r,cl uo.ou' tuo uguuug was iair, ana v u , Hence the n whether personally acceptable or not, "Gap Civil. were ant. tellincr and to thft nnint. TT This is tho mrvat. Avnnici'fa ;nn nt " r , 1"'"' fvo Wi TV 1q;q ,-11 x nointftd nni that tho. n1 Uf m ik drollerv we fiver rflftd und tW io "" to inxeres F ,...u,,UW4S(MU6UinMlu lUB - ' r . " mem m looKing turoucu our new stock at 209 Fayetteville St. FANCY GOODS Arriving daily at zMISS MAGGIE EESIJSz: BEST DESIGNS IN - TRIMMED GOODS From French and English Importers. ALL THE LEADING SHAPES IN MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Hats, Caps ana Bonnets primaries in North Carolina. At the polls there can be no division among enough parallelism to suggest Scott's ac count in -lvannoe" ot a certain delight- iui tournament in which the casualties The reason UADAM'h Miuiiuii iviij.L.fci; is the most wonderful med icine, is because it has never l;iiled in any in stance, no matter what the disease, from LEP ROSY to the simplest disease known to the hu man s stein. 'lhe scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease is NEW NO. 1 MACKEREL. FINE ROE HERRINGS. New Crop Old-fashioned BUCKWHEAT. CAUSED BY MICROBES, AND- mm mm m Exterminates the Microbes and drives them out of the syateni, and when that is done you cannot have an ache or pain. No matter what tne aisease, whether a simple case ot Malaria Fever or a combination of diseases, we cure them all at the same time, aa we treat all dis eases constitutionally. Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh, Bron chitis, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liver Disease, Chills and Fever, Fe male Troubles, in all its lorms, and, in fact, every Disease known to the Human System. Beware of Fraudulent Imitations. See that our Trade-Mark (same as above) appears on each jug. Send for book "History of the Microbe Killer," given away by LEE, JOHNSON & CO., DRUGGISTS, RALEIGH, N. C. ... , - '"iuoui iu nuru IUC casual Lies C.il rv T "IT Ci J i r -. white men so long as the great negro col- were so slight only fifteen or twenty &ale 01 J otewart JLaild. nam stands unbroken and having been killed and a like number divide, is to give control to the nesro milluaBlf Ior ,lie inac tne occurrence was I will sell the following described Unds of! o I ever aftpr rpfrrfH tn go o,fl J. K. Stewurt rlfippnoAl aa faUn-ar' I raiJ9 and invniiA mcQacro nf ma f Aoku lat. One hundred and seventh acres lvino- Ho emphasized his position along this - - V7 J' in ?arfne? ounty' in. ?lack Rlver township. line and was loudly cheered and an- Referring to the words of a good lands of Wm.Rav. s.G. Collins, j. a.. LI! plaudod. But valuable -and important Methodist brother who wrote the Cueon 80n pothers will be offered for sale at u , .... r 1 ... , . o'clock a.m., at the bridge crossing Kennie's and patriotic a3 his Utterances were in ICLE that "our dependence is: first, in creek, in Harnett county, on the 170 acre tract favor of white supremacy and the need od; second, in Democracy; and thiid, Vd l The hSSS i,iS?of the ut, , DISSOLUTION OF CO PARTNERSHIP. I hereby announce that I have this dav sold toy interest in the business of the late firm of Hardin & Pescud, to Messrs. Thomas Pescud and T. L. Eberhardt, who will continue the business under the name and style of Eber hardt & Pescud. All claims against Hardin &' Pescud will be paid by Eberhardt & Pes cud, who will also collect all accounts due said former firm. In taking leave of mv old Iriends and cus- comers, I beg to express to them my grateful appreciation of the steidy and generous sup port they have given me for the past thirteen years. I trust they will be equally kind to my euuuessors, wnom 1 coraiany recommend to an my mends as eminently worthy ot conn dence and support. & J. HARDIN. September 1. 1890. Referring to the above notice, we respect fully announce tnat we nave tnis day formed a copartnership tor the transaction of a general grocery and provision business as the successors ot Messsrs. Hardin & Pescud. With increased facilities for doing busi nesss, and an experience (as to one of the partners) of twelve years in this branch of trade, we hope to merit a continuance ol the generous patronage extended to the late firm: and to increase it, if an increased sto;k, low prices and close attention to the wants of our custom ars will accomplish that result. EBERHARDT & PESCUD. September 1st, 1890. (aug31-tf) m lqm ance," the Salisbury Herald says: inai preacher is a sensihiA mvn and he totes a level head set square in the right place. He has enunciate snmA mighty sound doctrine, and the man who roiiows it, be he Methodist or not. will h?r nrnfwsoinn rf Tallinn. tu a n : , I never 'fall f mm nrno l-.v.vwivu vt V tailing. lllO AlllaUbS i . i.tvyo. has loftier aims and holier purposes, and he believed that three-fourths of the Democrats in North Carolina who did not belong to the Alliance were in earn- of a thorough organization, the part of his speech to which we desire to call particular attention, and to commend, is that in which he said that there was no desire upon the part of the Alliance any where to antagonize men becau e of We heartily endorse the State Chron icle. Any newspaper that will sacri- nee its convictions of right and pander court ot Wake county, in the name of J. a art, which has been set apart to Mrs. Barbara Stewart, widow of J. K. Stewart, as her dower land. This tract contains 325 acres, and is known as the home place of J .K. Stewart, now occupied by said widow and will be sold, sub ject to her life estate. This tract is situated in Wake county, Middle Creek township, and be sold at the home place of the late J. K. Stewart, at 2 o'clock p. m., on the said 28tli day of October, 1890. Terms of sale are as follows: One-third cash, balance in one and two years with Interest at 6 per cent. The above described lands are to be sold under orders from the Superior Court of Wak3 county, under special proceedings in the WV.VU1, vuw iaiuvo ncic ill Kuril- I . - I .4 , . ; i i T WT ni. .. . ... . I tn t.hp. viftws Af solf-cooV;,, xvnawo, auiuuiisuawi ui o . jx. ctewart VS. est ana nearty accord with the Alliance , T . 8 sugues aiaicom mcn. Hoiioway aud others, being in the great fight it is making for finan cial and other reforms. So far from de siring to antagonize them, said Mb. Bed dinofield, the members of the Alliance extend to them their grateful thanks and high appreciation for the noble ef forts they are making to advance the cause of equal justice. We shall not trust ourselves to quote his just and for the purpose of gaining subscribsrs is not worthy of the patronage of respect able people. Monroe Enquirer. proceedings to make real estate assets to pav the debts of the estate. J. A. ADAMS, commissioner. I have no desire to see a paid railroad attorney (Chas. Price) made Chief Jus tice of North Carolina in place of the pure and incorruptible Merrimon. E. C. Beddingfield in State Convention of Democratic Clubs. Septem er2o, 18D0. (sep26-ltD4tW. FOR RENT, The store of Mrs. M. A. Towles, on Fatette vilk street, formerly occupied by D. 8 Waitt. Possession given immediately. For .particu lars enquire of J. W. EVANS, septlm At Evans & Martin's Shop, IN OWN. That's Trhere the 200 lota 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 building, attitude 953 feet, win ter temperature 41 deg , summer 76 deg., rain 45 inches. Prices $1,500 to $500 per lot. Terms, one-third first year; one-third second years. Advance on November 1. Buy a house in ine Dest town m me ooum. Average an nual increase in values for 10 consecutive years 33 per cent- Sure enough inducements to sure enougn investors. eSattt. in Valuable Real Estate. I have some of the most desirable property the growing town of Oxford. N. C. lor On my list are gilt-edge lots iu the very heart oi ine xowq. aiso seventy acres, including a handsome new residence, partly in the town and partly in the suburbs price ?30.0no Thi a seventy acres could be divided into a reat many beautiful building lots, and is worthy tbe attention of capitilists as an investment. Oxford is a growing town and is located in a ucaTr;u-jiCBQCU part Ui inti WOrid JOHN A. WILLIAMS, ser.20.tf EALER Estate, P20- . Oxford, N.C. SEND IN YOUll OltDEKS. PRICES ARE LOW. 'Phone 88. Prompt Delivery. PRETTY FURNITURE MAKES COSY HOMES ! HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE I -AND- A.G. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day by the liberal terms they offer on all kinds ol FURNITURE! Fancy Chairs! Hall Racks I Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! Chamber Suits, complete, in great variety Broken Suits provided if desired. We will accommodate you and please yon you wm lei us, we nave too many things to talk about. Come and see them I It will be like going to a fair! A. G. RHODES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. No. 10 Exchange Plaoa. W00LLC0TT & SON. OUR SHOE STOCK FOR THE CALL AND r ALL AND w IS COMPLETE INTER INTER T RADE RADE It was bought before the advance We sell them as cheap as they can be bought ui any moi-cinua ueaier, ana can nt any size foot, from a baby to a jumbo that wears No. 13. LADIES' $100 Button Shoes and Child's Shoe at 453 and 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, and Men's Brogans at $1.00. OUR CLOTHING Stock for Men and Boys mas. ism cmao OUR 50c Unlaundried Shirts cannot bo surpassed. ALL SIZES of Misses Vests, from 22 to 50c. LADIES' VESTS, from 30c to $1.50. n'Y , "dren's Heavy Ribbed Hose, black and gray, at 10c a pair; worth 15c. $1 0OCloth-fcouaa Books, 50c; regular price Hon. 1 pie, on t tbe folio Hillsbd Roxbo Yance Itfcidsv Waliic Wicst Count liberally some dai All D to make 1 C Hon. people o the folld Tren Kins Snow Gold Ralei Coun liberally before papers nounce Jff T -rj- w uzeu laaies-, Misses' and Bova' the best Hose ever offered lor the money. Woollcott&Son, - JUAimfl STREET. HOW TO. MAKE MONEY! btheFm!LvLaT PPhlet issued Dy tne Equitable Loan A Trust Co 76 MnnL gomery at., Jersev City. N. J. ' Mnt" will Sftt?nfah how and where money Sa 1ml, are8t 1Econe invested in real clthSr lnlarge r small amounts send address and copy will be mailed AGEv At or K. ROYAL-GE RMEIEf Is what yon need. Trvit. 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Tailoi, sepitf Fayette vi 11 Chail Ct Joinl H( can(l the of t add i and PS o NEW 1 MUSIC a 'Kathleen," nw song, by C. A. Wl.it.-, - "My Marguerite of Long Ago" bv C. A. White, "Madeline' by C. A. White, "Thou art all to me," beautiful waltz -by H. T. Smith, author ot "If You L ,ve me Darling, Listen to my tale of e - -" "Only Sweet Memories" Waltz Song, y H. T. Smith. I 4,Lilac" Karl Gardner's New Sang in "k a:- therland," 4 "That is Love" greatest hit of the sea- l MAIL ORDERS For the above and for other popalft' quickly filled. tot da5l Th I 2,000 SELECTIONS TEN CKNT MUSIC- NABE PIANOS, RANICH & BACH PIANOS. IMBALL PIANOS. IMBALL ORGANS. MILLER ORGANS. NEEDIIAM ORGANS. SOLE AGENTS For the above instruments. Best good- -lowest prices. NORTH STATE MUSIC CO., Cecil G. Stone, Mg'r, 113 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. C. INSTITUTE, Raleigh, X. C- The 54th year of this old school, its ISth year at Raleigh, begins September 3d, 1890. Professok 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 partmext. Every Teacher in the Faculty is a specialist in her department. Address: JAMES DINWIDDIE, M.A. (University of Virginia) Principal, d-w-tf Raleigh, N. C.