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State Chronicle BY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. Every Moming Except Monday. rpiIE CASH PRICE OF CHRONICLE 11.50 for 3 months. THE BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial Rooms of tbe Chronicle are on the second door of No. 216, Fayetteville St. COMMUNICATIONS RELATIVE TO the Business Department of this paper snould be addressed The State Cheom clk, Raleigh, N. C, and all Drafts, Checks and Postal Money Orders should be made payable to "The Chronicle Pub. Co.' JOSEPIIUS DANIELS, Editor. D. II. BROWDER, - Das. Manager. HAL. W. AVER - - Asso. Editor. Equal and Exact Justice to all-Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, Re ligions or Political. Thos. Jefferson. SUNDAY, NOV. 23, 1S90. A SIN AGAINST HOME RULE. Paesell says that he will not retire from the leadership of the Irish party because of the O'Shea scandal. He de clares that it was purely a personal mat ter with which the public or politics has nothing to do. Many of tbe Iriah are enthusiastically at his back, but there are loud protests heard against his con tinuance after have tacitly confessed his gnilt. The Irish people have been thrown in gaeat trouble because of Mr. Pap.nzll's crime. The Irish Catholic takes a short sighted view of the question when it says: "Parnell has sinned nearly as much against Ireland as against mortal ity, but the grave political exigency de mands that he continue to be the leader of the his party." Michael Davitt, ed iter of the Labor World, who is wiser, declares that it is the duty of Mr. Par nell to retire from public life until the the time which the law requires may elapse before a divorced woman can marry, enables him to come back, having paid the penalty which public sentiment rightly inflicts for such transgressions. Mr. Parxhll ought to gracefully yield. It is not a pleasant sp-, etaele to see a man leading a cause for Home Rule whose immorality has destroyed the petce of home; and the National party cannot afford to fight under such im moral leadership. The greatest crime that a man could be guilty of, Mr. Par kell has committed, and to continue him in the leadership is to, at least, to pass ore his offence. Public men in Ireland and America as well ought to bs taught that personal purity is an essential to high position, and that personal immorality is a sure road to dismissal from public service and to disgrace. The times demand "clean men "clean of heart and clean of action. PLEASE EXCUSE US. We have a letter from an esteemed friend in which, predicting the passage of a Railroad Commission by the Legia lature, he advocates the claims of a well known and competent gentlemen for Commissioner. We cannot print the C3mmunic-.ion. If a man makes a mistake once, he is ex cusable. If he repeats the mistake, there is no excuse. Two years ago, when it was generally believed the Leg islature would establish a Railroad Com mission, there was a raft of candidates 4r Commissioner. The Chronicle, in an uirgucrjded moment, admitted a com munication atfyocating a prominent cit. izen for Railroad Commissioner. And then the communications poured in and we had to publish them all. Most of the men endorse were competent, but some were not, knd not a few people feared that incompetent men would ba chosen. We had Mo such fear, but we learned that the J cause was injured by associating the n&me of unpopular and incompetent m&n with it. Now, we v, ii certainly have a commis sion. The Chronicle believes the best policy is to secure the commission before the commissioners are suggested. The best receipt for cocking a rabbit is "first get your rabbit. " The best way to sect a Railroad Commission is: "first g-t vour commis sion. ' 1 THE LIVING PRiciIER. We regret to sea tbt Rev. C H. Spcrgedx is again itf. There is no question in our, minA that he is the greatest living preach. From the day ha gave his heart t God in the little Methodist chap;!,jhich he tells of so sweet!; and pathetically, he has been a growic powerCr good until to-day he is unr -liei an10ng Christian ministers. He is . a only the greatest preacher anion, the Biptf ats. He is greater than any Pope or IJuhop and his influence upon the uplirtiag of the masses and the betterment 0f mankind has probably not b?en equalled sinc9 the days of Mar tin Lvthei wd JoHS Weslet The ChbosuxbT glad to see two of the severest Republicans in the State taking their defeat so religiou3lv. tHAULEi M Ke5s-,n is assisting Fife "in his revival services, and Capt. E. W. Waud will soon eater the ministry. The Chronicle extends them its sincerest wood wishes. The Ganonia Gazette, an excellent newspaper and a favorite exchange, has enlarged nd is now a handsome eight page newjpiper. u deserves 5,000 sub scribrs. HEAD CHOPPER CLARKSON'S I TRIBUTE TO THE PPES. j General Clap.kson, who has besn run-1 ning Harrison's little guiiotine, ha5 opened his month again and, as usual, "pat Lis foot ia it.'' He says that neith er the McKinley tariff, the Force bill nor Reed' dictatorial oncucjt nor the revolt against bosses had anything to do with tbe political landslide cf November 4th. WhU was it? Mr. Clarcs: comes back to his same old cry: It was the newspapers. He repeats that the Demo crats control the policy of the leading papers in the United States; he says that the people read them to the exclu sion of the Republican papers; and he adds that they misrepresented the posi tion of the Republican party, the tariff,- the Force bill and all the other issues, and the people were influenced by their misrepresentation and voted against the Republicans. The remedy for all of this according to Mr. Clarko-, is for the Republicans to establish strong newspapers. ''The circulation of the Republican newspa pers must ba increased millions of copies ia the next eighteen months.'' says Mr. CLABKtON. Mr Clarkson- ia right. Tne news papers did it particularly the great in dependent press. But how can he put his remedy into practical operation? Money will buy presses and print papers. These the" Republicans have. Money will send papers to many mea free. This the Republicans do during campaigns. But this will not meet the case. The people will still buy and read the wicked Democratic papers, and bedeceiyed into voting tbe Democratic ticket. For two years Mr. Clarkson's occupa tion has been guillotining Democratic officers. LQ' him chop off the heads cf a'l who p.-rdst in realin Democratic newspapers. Thai is the only effectual rtratdv. The General Assembly. ! goikrALB-T7hops F;- , Rvjdolpa Dr. w. . A oolen. R&ndle- -x- - . . . I mau, E. 1J: K-O.ZP., Farmers, dems. Ye prcs.-c. to-day th? list of mam- ; Richmond- .Tr.hua Cuapnell: r. b?rs elected to the Geatrai Amb'v as I Robeson J . Oliver, Affiuty. T. M. , .,,"! Wa son. Pnrccpol's. derns. i. as ?e have received th rpt.nrns. ! Dn.'.-ii,.fham t w H.i-ino rvr,0' - - i iia.iAis,iiiii . . ' tivjvuiij -uuui !Ui. j i Tnis his been prepared with great care and we believe that it is nearly correct. Of 'his number there are five lawyers in the Senate aud eleven in the House. We shall make corrections from time to tiLne, and will thank our friends to help us perfect th;s list. SENATE. 1st District Currituck, Catndn, Gate?, Chowan, Pasquotank, and Perquimans Jas. Parker. Guesville; P. H. Mor can, Shawboro: Dems. 2nd District Tyrrell, Washington, Dare, Martin, Beaufort, Hyde and Pamlico W. H. Lucas, Middleton: W. K. Chesson, Mackey's Ferry, Dems. 3rd District Nortnaraptoa and Bertie George Bishop, Windsor: dem 4th District Halifax county, W. E. Bowers, Halifax; dem. 5th District Edgecombe Dr R. H. Speight. Wrendalerdem. 6th District Pitt countv Willis R. Wil liams, Falkland; defn. 7th District Wilson, Nash, and Frank lin Dr. H. F. Freeman, Taylor a; P. A. Davie, Louisburg; dems. Sth Districts-Craven r. Oth District Jones.Onslow and Carteret T. E. Gilman, Jacksonville: dem. 10th District Dapliu and Wayne B. F. Ajccck, Fremont; J. A. Bryan, Ken ansville; dems 11th District Greene and Lenoir Dr. W. C Galloway, Sn .w Hili; dem 12tn District New Hanover and Pender J. D. B -llamy, Wi mingtoc: dem. 13th District Brunswick and Bladen R. P Allen. K-ll 's-dpm. 14th Distr.c:-Sampson Marion Butler, Clinton, aem. 15th District Columbus and Robeson Dr. N. M. Culbreth, WhitevUle; J. L. McLean, Max ton: dems. 16th District Cumb rland and Harnett John A. Grei-n. Dnnn: d. iitn District Johnston W Harper"s: d. ISth District Wake -A. C eigh; dem. 19th Dibirict Warren and Vance r. Jth District Durham, Orange, Person aua uasweu ii. G. Kisssll, south Rowan S. A. EaruLard:, d., Salisbury. Rutherford N'o re'urn-4 Sampson R. R. B?il, r-V-isons, W. K. Pig ford, riin:oa. dems. Stanley James P Na-h, d.; Palmerville. Stokes J. C Newscme, r. Surry C B, Uenny, d., Pilot Mountain. Swain J. A. Buchsinaa, d., Bryson City. Transylvania W. W. Zacharyj d., Bre vard. Tyrrell David Alexander, d , Bay. Union V. T. Chears, d , Lane's Creek. Vance R. Wafce A. D. Jo es, A M. Sorrell, Ral eigh, W. B. L'pc-u-cb, Morrisville: George W Dvis, vVuie Forest, dems. Warren W. W. Lirr, d . Arc-j'a. Washington R .Watauga Dr. J. B. Pil!:r2, d., Sugar Grove Wayne John W. Bryan, Hiram J. H m, Goldslx)ro, dems. Wilkes J. Q. A. Bryan, r. Wilson Nathan Bas ;f d., Black Creek. Yadkin R. Yancey HOW THE HOUSE STAND. Democrats, 1(0 Republicans, Independent Democrat. Returns not received from Cherokee,Ratherford and Yancey, 1 3 Total, 120 SUMMARY OF BOTH II u USES. Democrats, R-publicans, Not heard from, Independent; Demccrat. U3 21 r . . nose. jr.. Green, Ral- Lowell; Robert S dems Micchell, Ruffin; 5t District Chatham and Alamannp J. PETTICOATS IS THE PULPIT. There is a hotly contested election going .on in the Northern Methodist Church on the question of admiting wo men to the floor at the General Con ference. The b!loting the congrega tions began in October and will last through this month. In New England and the Middle States the returns so far in, are adverse to conferring the desired privilege upon women, but the gallant westerners are pouring in big majorities in favor of the sisters. This fact points to a victory for the women. After the church haa spoken, the clergy in their annual conference will be called upon to speak, and the final jurisdiction lies in the General Conference. The weight of the opinion is that the petticoats will be allowed on the fbor of the General Conference. Lv the early days of Methodism some of its most effective workers and preach ers were women though we do not be lieve they were ordained or acted as del egates. In all history or fiction there is no more bsautiful character than that of Dinna Morris, the low-voiced, sweet, unselfish and beautiful Methodist preacher who strangely influenced all who heard her, and whose sweet life of sacrifice and purity made her presence like a rich benediction to all who came within the circle of her influence. Total, 170 THE SUCCESS OF THE SOCIETY FBANKTHqE !0 1 OF Til 3STE3W YORK -M. V, dry Is attracting wide attention, for the fol-: lowing reasons : lit. The increase in the amount of new Insurance in was 66 ptr cent. ; over that of the previous year. 2d. New business in liS9 nearly twentv millions of dollars. THIS COUIMS F0 fe. W.J' ftp POWDER 31. The ratios of payments for Dea'L Claims and Expenses to amount at Risk are LOWER than those c! be oldest and largest Life Insurance m- panies of New York; and the K t 'jsof . , Assets to Liabilities in the Pr.v.dent , jIAaL 1 1 -J M Savings Life are LAP.GEP., beir.g $205 for every $100 of Liabilities, hile in the three largest of th New York Companies the Ratios areas $127, $11 and 81 OS t(. rVi-ry $100 of their Liabilities.. 61 ti r c 4-h Lifd Insurance at ACTUAL COST, thtr Lritijzn iniurance within the reach 5ih. It never c'.sts o-e half the price charged for it ia ';B---t Oil SryU-L'fe Companies, "?hoe exp.r.enc-e prove th'it hardly 39 percent, of their Prem ium Receipts were c-cesary to insure the lives of their Policy-holders; whi'.c the balance was used FOR SOMETHING ELSE besides insurance. 6ih. Past experience shows that the better the plans of the Society are known, the greater its income becomes. To know what these plans are, call at the Company's office in Greensboro, N. C, or on any of ziy Agents in the State. J- S. JONES, Jno. W. At water. Riako: dfm. 2M D strict Rockingham Dr. V Courts, Reidsville: dem 2ith District Guilford J. L. King, 35th DistrictMoore and Randolph Capt ueorge ucox, uarbonton: dem. 2tjth District Richmond and Montgomery J. G. Sinner: r. 27th District Anson and Union G. C. .ucircv, -uonroe; aem. 2Sth District Stanly and Cabarrns Eli Shankle. Norwood: Dem. 1 2J:h District Mecklenburg W. E. Ar- ciry, jmeviue: dem. 3i3th District Ho wan and Davie S. X. Hobson, Cleveland: d. 31st District Davidson Z. V. "Walser, Lexington; r. 32d District Stokes and Forsyth II. C Fulton; r. 33d District Surry and Yadkin r. 34th District Iredell, Alexander and Wilkes W. D. Turner, Statesville: W. E. White, Avilla: dems. S5th District Watausja, Ashe and AI1- ghany Benjamin P. Grigsby, Fig, Ashe co.; d. 3Gth District Burke, Caldwell, McDowell. Mitchell and Yancey I. T Averv, Morganton; Dr. J. T. Reid, Old Fort; dems. 37th District Lincoln and Catawba J. W . A. Paine, Kiddeville: d. i ;a ;n oil WAAi ..- v . -.u Gstoa Dr. i : , 39th District-Rutherford and Polk-Dr. i now 65c ' P ' 5'C' TtYB; TltrJ' Kutherfordton: d j u in. Cheviots, w ,rth $1.00. now S5- w!c7inkl aa MadlSOn- ! iQ Henriettk., worth $1.10, now Soc. 41st District Hay wood, Henderson and I 50 Foreitrn Dress Patterns worth frnm Transylvania-Joseph S. Davis, Iron 1 $12 .50 to t.50, reduced to ThP general 4i t- V t r i Pce.liO.OO per suit for your choice. 42d District Jackson, Macon, Clay, i swain, cneroKee and Graham J. S. I LET IT STAY IX THE AIR. (Concord Standrd.) We hope our fears for Vance a;e groundless, but there is some-hing ia the air. Wilkesboro Chronicle. Justa3 groundless as the man in the moon. It is postively tiresome to hear such bosh. -'Something in the air.1' Why, to be sure; there always was and we hope it will continue. There is not a single reason to doubt Vance's re election, but if some papers, big and little ones, keep on gouging and boring at one place, however solid, they'll get a hole yet. Say, men, put up your chisels and gimlets. The total percentage of labr cost in manufactured articles is not over 20 per cent. The new law advances duties 33 per cent, and McKen-ley and his fol lowers gave the manufacturers and aver age duty tf 60 per cent to "protect American labor Prices have gone up a3 we prodicted, but in no single in stance has wages been increased. In New York Thursday night, Mr. Cleveland spoke at the Jeweller's ban q "t and was introduced as an IS carot man; There is no plate on him. HOME.SPUXYARJfS. ( Hih Point Enterprise. ) Mr. Mv Jarrell was sitting in his hotel oujcs last weanesaay wnen a young wo man entered and asked if the hotel wanted to employ any one. Being in formed that there was no demand for labor just then she blushed a little, gave a nice smile and 6aid: "Well do you know of any one who wants to ret mir ied "He He," "Well Well" said the land ord, "plenty of Candidates for marriage bat they are all Yomen.' "fie He" "Good morning." A Good Idea For All The Counties. (Lenoir Topic.) We ought to organize some Democra tic clubs in the county, whose meetings shall serve to while away some of the long winter evenings. Let the ladies join them by all means. . A Boston-Chicago Match. (From Life.) Hotel See that couple there? They have just been married. Tbe bride is from Boston and groom from Chicago. FriendThat so? Sort of pork and beans, as it were, eh? Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar bakine powr. High est of all in leavening strenzta. U. S. (xovernment Report. Aug. 17, Ue. i. mm i to. Undervalues in Dress Goods, Bell, Brasstown, d. HOW THE SENATE STANDS. Democrats, 43 Republicans, 7 Total, 50 j All these reductions rep resent lull lines of all shades, new and stylish, not ocuts ana endsot stock, and .. - . "llu holse of r rphffvt ittvpc tne low prices are made in Alamance-R. W. Scott, d , Hawfield. Order to give US TOOIU for Alexander T. F. Murdock, d., York Col- ur larjre display Of Holi- legiate Institute. dav Go(id arrivino- iml c Allegbany-xi. A. Doushton, d , Sparta. ' aiUl t0 Anson Col. W.M. PirfcPtr h T.iip,v;n aine. Ashe Greenbury Pnipps, r. " ! Our Mr. Dobbin IS UOW in Jsew York to secure the very laatest novelties in Beaufort J. R. Gallowav, d , Aurora. Bertie M. L. Wood, Lewiston; d. Bladen-Dr. M. Mcl Tatum, d , White Oak. Brunswick E. Hickman, d., Calabash. Buncombe M. L. Reed, Biltmore, J. P. Lowery. Sandy Mush, dems. Burke C. Houck, d., Morganton. Cabarrus A. F. Hileman. d . Pnnrnrd Caldwell S. L Patterson, cL, Patterson, i Camden W. P. Walston, d., Camden j Carteret Chas. M. Edwards, d , Merri mon. Caswell Robt. L. Walker, d., Milton. Catawba-S T. Wilfong, d , Newton. Chatham A. H. Perry, d , Kimbolton; J. M. Foust, ; Mt. Vernon Springs Cherokee No returns. Chowan H. A. Bond, d., Edenton. Clay W. H McCiure, d., Haysville. Cleveland-E. D. Dickson, d., FaUston. Columbus J. J. Long, d.( VineLand. Craven R. Cumberland T. H. Sutton, A. D McGiil, Fayetteville: dems. Currituck John J. Morse, d. Dare-G. C. Daniels, r. Davidson W. a. Beck, d., and 1 r. Davie Hendricks; r. Dnplin D. .T. Middeton, d., Warsaw. Durham-Dr. Wm. B. Lowe, d.. Durham. Edgecombe Aaron Bridgers, St. Lewis; Jesse Brake, Rocky Monn"; dems. Forsyh J. F. Reynolds, r. Franklin -P. G. Alston, Centreville; G. G. Gill, Louisbnrg; dems. Gaston Moses Stroup, d., Snapp. Gates J. J. Gat ling, ind. Graham d. Granville W. T. Adams, Dutch ville; J. F. Cole, Satterwhite: dems. Greene A. J. Edmundson, d , Shine. Guilford Dr. R.K. Denny; Brown's Sum mit, W. M. Wilev, Jarn-stown. d-ms Halifax W. W. Hall, Weldon; A.B. Hill Scotland Neck; dems ' Harnett M. V. Prince, d., Mav. Hay wood R. D. Gilmer, d , TA'aynesville Hennerson J. W. Anderson, r. Hertford Ma j. J. L. Anderson, d.. Win ton Hyde Julian S. Mann, d., Middleton Iredell J. B. Holman, Cool Spring; T J Williams, Moor es ville; dems. Jackson C. C. Cowan, d., Webster. Johnston R. H. Gower, Clayton C F Kirby, Selma, dems. ' Jones Samuel Hudson, d.. Pollocks ville Lenoir CoL N. B. Whitfield, d., Seven Springs. Lincoln C. L. Wilson, d., Keepsrille Macon J. Frank Rav, d., Franklin. Madison R. Martin- J. B. CoeM, d., Everett's McDowell J. W. Biddie, d . Turkey Cove Mecklenburg J. W. Hood. Hood's P O : W. D. Mayes, Caldwell; R. A. Crier' dems.; Charlotte. ' Mitchell Luke Banner, rep. Montgomery C. R. Watkins, dem.; Mt. Moore-W. P. M Carrie, d., West End Nash J. B. Philhps: d.. Battleboro New Hanover Geo. L. Morton, J. T. Kerr Wilmington, dems. -err, Northampton-R. B. Peebles, Ja-kon DrR. H. Stancill, Margarettevme! Onslow E. L. Francks. d., Richlanda Orange - Nelson R. HalL d., Caldweli In stitute. " Pamlico-James F. Brinson, cL, Bavboro Pasquotank R. ' oovo- Penaer R. C. Johnson, d., Rhyne Perquimans d. Person- Maj. J. T. Yanesy, d., Collier Pitt-Harry Skinner, GreenTiuS. J D Cox, Rcdalia, dems. ' " holiday goods, supplement ing those already bought. W. H. & R. S. TUCKEB 4 CO., RjLLEIGH, N. C. Woollcott&Son, 14 E. .MARTIN STREET. We have now on exhibition lor the Holiday Trade : DOLLS, all sizes and prices. PLCSH GOODS. TEA SETS, CHAMBER SETS. DOLL FURNITURE. TOYS. WAGONS. VELOCIPEDES. ROCKING HORSES. HOBBY HORSES. CHILDREN'S BOOKS. ALBUMS, PHOTO FRAMES. Stose and Wood Building Blocks. BISQUE FIGURES. PLATED WARE. FANCY BASKETS. JAPANESE TEA POTS. FANCY CUPS AND SAUCERS. MUGS. FANCY GLASS WARE and CROCK ERY. LAMPS. PICTURES. And other articles too numerous to mention. INSTITUTE, Raleigh, X. C. The .S4th year of this old school, ita Isth year at Raleigh, begin! September 3d, IS90. Professor A. Bacmann, who needs no commen dation anywhere in the South.will continue aa Director of Music, and Miss E. G. Buck, whose repu-" tation is unsurpassed, will contin ue to preside over the Art De paetmznt. Every Teacher in the Faculty Is a specialist In her department. Address: JAMES DINWIDDLE, M.A. I (University of Virginia) PsisciPAL, QJW tt Raleigh, N. c. vry care: ., p , ' 'oney ca"- : .. . f.-r:- pr f;' home, tcu t,- b-ttt-r tra-nvtr ; ;. Sr2til.g i jT v ::r .". J , rze: l .".V. ': '. ' oct2-tf MANAGER. HELLER BROS., Wholesale and Eetail Dealers in e.' optni-- of ti... U-prcO-drrLtri. tl.- I rxder t-j c ;"".'; ' VELVET BRlsUv Tapestry and Iiodj Bru -k, THREE-PLY?, 1 STAIR CARld a:: k:.-. elfast Jin Church Carp HELLER BROS. Are just receding their eecend supply cf LADIES' 1IEX3, iHSSES AND CHIL DREN'S JSHOES, For Fall nd Winter wear; atid as these good were all ordered previous to the advance' caused by the McKinley bill, thev aro enabled to sell or fill orders at the lowes; price We claim to keep the largest assortment of STYLISH AND SUBSTANTIAL SHOES In the State, ad respectfallv ask a call of all in want of arst-clrss 'foot wear. -FL" ; F - OIL- O -HTT1 a.: : - HELLER BROS. octl6-3m. 1W. MQSELS? t MeBES. LONDON TOP COATS PARISIAN MODEL JACKETS THREE-QUARTER JACKETS T PARISI .AN LO X G WR APS. ENGLISH WALKING JACKETS PLUSH WRAPS. Reefers and Shoulder Capes. Mines' and Children' Cloaks, Infant' Long andShort Cioaks, All Ccstox-AIate akd Made to Fit. RUGS Ia Ir.di:i, jnivrr.i. Lr ' ART SQUARES. Ia Felt w-.tl. -.v aziT:cv-i'.v. DOOR MATS. For in 1 : i Wire, H. An excv. aal lares a?- :' - FURS. All the desirable things, latest caie in Capes, high shoulders and pointed fronts. Jluffs to match. Chilchen's Sets in all the Popular Styles. All at Popular Prices BLANKETS, DOWN COM, 0R0BES' SHiWLS RED FLANS-EIWHITE rLA-NSKI. KNIT SH?R1DERED ""-W EIDERDOWNS. CA-N"T0N FLAXXE. -XT. T.- WOOL. UNDERWEAR. liiiii Viii.hmi M. Japanese eff::s :: ' Nottingham Lnc In Wh::t. ('" -Canvas C-r - '' L-rd. L:;e. T.r::-.: -.: - i :o:- SHOES ! SHOES ! SHOES ! NEW GOODS Come to Us Daily. 129 and 131 Fayetterille St. t Mortgage Sale. PONGEE DKAPEKIF. India Silk. "--' Toile: Cir:?. T A RLE DAMASK. - ' In Tnrkev l;- i. - -blea-;Lt 1. BLEACHED TAltI.E I With Narkin? ; ' ' t. . T ner ani N - "- SHEETINGS Bleached ani Vi-- ; ' TOWELS. French wv-v-: t. - ' . v". and fa:.:v C'- - - . r We - -": " in the wij v: I Hand Woven W With Dran ; i- By Tirrae of authority conferred in a certain ! mortgage, executed by Graves BUck- 51 th Re.??3t of Deeds office of 1 faUT furai?fc :-. V - ...wwuuiy weviii,on Jlondar, December ' let, A D. lfflO. it 12 o'clock m, at the Court i Houee door in Raleigh, eeU to the highest bid- i der for caah, a house and lot of land, situated i in the village of Oberlin. adjoining th l.n.l Li.F "o'J. Alexandar Mor-an, ; T7R A VTv Alexander Seers and others, containing iV of ! X -LV--1 x v x icoe, ma more ruilv de- . i fn no1 in taii made up rea.'-T onlv Ladies Bt.-'-'- ; . .", 4 ders sohc-.:ed ac - "t --' ' eenbed in said mortr& Oct. 31st, 1800. PEELE A MAYNABD. c3Mm Attorney fer Mortgai. FAYETTEV Jl-lyr lilt'