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STATE OHOMiqiJ, VEDJESDAi DECEMBER 10.
, . a. B State Clxvotticlfi r CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. Every Morning Except Monday. y( BITTENHOTJSE GUILTY. POLK'S PRIVATE SECRETARY'S DEAL WITH BLAINE. A Secret Interview Exposed fn Which Blaine Meets an Alliance Traitor WhoSonghtto Sell Out His Order Rittenhonse Will Have to Go. (Atlanta Constitution.) Ocala, Fla., Dec. 7. It now appears that all the trouble among Alliance lead rinfi to the machinations of Kit- liS teuhouse, President Polk's troublesome -n ptfonev Orders should be made anorpfa rrilr: ' 'ASH PRICK OF CHRONICLE j I ,s vi.W per year; m.w iw ' 1.50 for 3 months. Rooms of theCHBOMCLK are on the Becondfloor of No. 216, Fayetteville St. NnvvnVTRATIOXS RELATIVE TO 1 r.eHnsinftss Department of this paper payabla to "The Chbosicle Pub. Co. J4til'IIUg DANIELS, - - Editor. Bus. Manager. . Asao. Editor. J. I. RROWDER, JIL. W. AYER . secretary. This man was also traced to the front door of James G. Blaine's residence, in Washington city, three or four days af ter the appearance of the Washington Post interview, in which Rittenhcuse that the Blaine reciprocity idea was Eiual and Exact Justice to all Men, acceptable to the Alliance, and he was not far out of the way on suver, ana that if he would come a little nearer to AllianA nlatfnrm on other matters, the farmers would not have an unkind feel ing for him. The whole story has been brought out by a communication signed by sixteen members of the investigating committee and handed to President Polk by Col onel Beverly of Virginia. Rittenhouse's Guilt. of Whatever state or rermnsiuu, lisioiior Political. Thos. Jefferson. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10, 1690. RlTrEXIIOUSE'S RASCALITY EX POSED. Thire is not a leading member of the Alliance in North Carolina who has not for n lo32 time known the Chronicle's - develop a monetary p!an noon which all ' Democrats can unite Jl .11, of Missouri, is the leader of this view, nd he has fol lowers in several of to southern States. Macnne's Vindication was by a Vote of 15 to 10. McDowell, of Tennessee, chairman of the investigating committee, to-night k'ives the prtss a statem nt to the effect that Polk and L:viugston were com pletely eionerated by a unanimous vote cf the committee, . and that fifteen thought Macune innocent, while ten thought him guilty of the offenses charged. As the committee could not agree he states that for the sake of har mony a compromise was effected on the report iu the shape in which it came in. Two Members Fight About Macune, It is reported to-night that Ben Ter rell and McDowell had a personal diffi culty Irst night on a balcony of the Ocala house, becanse Terrell resented McDowell's reflections on Macune. The story goes that Terrell pf his antagonist's teeth " 111?; PI knocked out two I r IS THE SAME "WAY WHERE. EVERY. (Wilson Ad vats ce. ) The sentiment expressed by Nathan Biss, Wils m county's representative to the editor covers the ground entirely. He said to us: "Of course I shall vote In this letter the investigators say that for Vance: the convention that gave me . . T" TT 1 1 ii i- - i r s rt 6Slimate OI OOO U.Xl. X1 11 t, UULJI-i UU I lavta uo'v ui-i." v.v i w iux,. . 1Uj uvs.luxuoi.iwu uo-iuwh-'v. uv iv , - Col L L t"at xviueuiiuuso is uum lupci. icsuu v ance ana x couiu. not uavo aucepicu to De tne private secretary oi me aiii- mat nomination ana rerusea 10 oarry ance President and that these facts are out the instructions. I don't see how anv honorable man could do so." Dr. H. F. Freeman, our Senator, has said in terms that cannot be misunder-; stood that he would vote for Vance. Absolutely Pure. A crefam of tartar baking powder. High est of au in leavening strength. u. o. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Woollcott&Son, 14 E. MARTIN STREET. Ill l II II II M H a nV-u " :o: There is'at least ona Clothing House in Haleigh whe fl 1 re peop'.e ALWAYS AHEAD IN EVERYTHING can ju that At this season there was a scarcity not with us nf w.u , 1 lil line was complete, and is now. Jnst received another lnt t' Iiot aa iniBeiouiisi audj otjic, ui ana Qualitv v uloi6- everybody's Suits, young and old men's either for BuaiueeV tv n Hi Tnn'll becrin to think "where can I find suitablfl . "VS Sister's Brother " and it is important for you to know th.f 0r i Errrw, S. & ID- BE Is the place to get what you want a variety that gives suitable selections. Jour i-x :o.- U tlio Private Secretary of Polk, President of the National Alliance We have believed him a scoundrel of the sufficient to throw suspicion on the sec- despest dye, and have refrained from saying so simply because we did not have absolute proof. Happily for the Alliance he has been found out in bis machinations and exposed. retary s conduct. There is no longer any doubt that Rittenhonse will be snipped, and his interest in this affair becomes insignificant in comparison with the light thrown upon the plans of James G. Blaine, but the matter of greatest Of course Col. Polk will immediately importance to the Alliance is the fact mat me disclosure nus iuu mautrs auu order of a troublesome man ana a breeder of dissensions. Polk, Livingston and Macune are now on friendly terms, and the breach which so seriously threatened the prosperity of the order a week ago has now almost disappeared. No one here believes that discharge in merited disgrace his private ecretary who has so basely and treach erously abused his misplaced confidence. The Alliance is strengthened by the exposure of such wolves in sheep's cloth ing as Rittekhocse. No organization is ever injured by promptly exposing and Polk had any knowledge of what Ritten- nouse was aoiug it is simply a matter of regret that he w vs so unfortunate m the selection of a subordinate. lie Acknowledges It. It is said that Mr. Vincent, a delegate from Kansas, received a letter from Kit- tenhouse acknowledging the authorship of The Globe-Democrat special, and making cnarges against Macune and other members of the order. This letter was expected here bv the evening's mail, but did not arrive. Tne men who traced Rittenhouse to Blaine's door are Mr. N. A. Dunning, one of the editors of The Economist, j T m m;ii m ana Mr. j. j.. unman, or Tennessee, a member cf the national executive board of the Alliance. The interview in The Washington Post appeared on November 14tn, and Kittenhonse was traced to Blaine's house, in Jackson park, on or about tne l'Jin. The Olaine Conspiracy. Mr. Dunning said: 44 Wo heard that he had an engagement witu Blaine, and we went there to see whether it was true. Gray and I went to the State department, leaving Tillnun on the watch at Blaine's house. Wnen Rittenhoase went into the State depart- so that we did not recognize him, but we knew him driving out the rascals who play upon the credulity of the patriotic and hon" est members. The rank and file of the Alliance is honest and patriotic, and will not for a moment condone the offense of such a corrupt man as Rit tenhouse. All will say, "Let us be rid of such men " TURN THE RASCALS OUT. Dr. Macune got his endorsement from the National Alliance by such a slim majority that it is worth nothing as a vindication. It is the strongest evidence that he is unworthy of representing or speaking for the honest farm ers. After hearing all the facts, ten members of the committee thought him guilty and fifteen thought him inno cent. They were unanimously of the opinion that Col. Polk had done noth ing dishonorable. It is very unfortunate for the Alliance that Dn. Macune was white-washed. He ouffht to have been riven tha strand bounce, and he and Rittjcnhouse ought ?!"t? u U? ' I not recognize him. bnfc 'TWAS BUT A DREAM. (Special Cor. Statu Chronicle.) I slept; and in my troubled plumbers saw An angel, clothed in radiant beauty, draw ear to my siae, and bendirjg over me, It whisnered softly, "Why dreamest thou tnat she Cares au 7bt for thee " I tlept again ! and in mv dream could see The form of one I dearly love drawn near tome And timidly bend o'er, with tender, love- lit eyes. Which, though they laughed, yet could not all disguise Her love for me. My heart in rapture beat. Ah! could it be Tnat one so pure and good could love the liKes or me ! Alas! my eves unclosed and saw the moon's pale gleam. And, starting up, I heard the night wind hoarsely scream : " 'Twas but a dream!" We have now on exhibition for the holiday Trade : DOLLS, all sizes and prices. PLUSH GOODS. TEA SETS, CHAMBER SETS. DOLL FURNITURE. TOYS. WAGONS. VELOCIPEDES. ROCKING HORSES. HOBBY HORSES. CHILDREN'S BOOKS. ALBUMS, PHOTO FRAMES. Stone and Wood Building Blocks. BISQUE FIGURES. PLATED WARE, FANOi" BASKETS. JAPANESE TEA POTS FANCY CUPS AND SAUCERS. MUGS. I FANCY GLASS WARE AND CROCK ERY. LAMPS. PICTURES. "Twas but a dream." shrieked again, And my sad hearc echoed train: 'Twas but a dream the cold wind the wind's re- O Hector, Hector, son of Priam. Was ever hrebrandsuch as l am ? Mks. O'Shea. 1. 1 1 L L IBB I CO. HOLIDAY GOODS NOW OPEN. We invite inspection of the hand somest and greatest varietv of Holiday A A. 1- A A m I A l 1 a 1 mi . - I Am m . " logetuer. iney are apreccy pair oi Ke- tnrougn tne wnite Mouse grounds to lioods ever gotten together m this city. to have been cast into outer darkness when he came out,' and we followed him formers! For Rittenhouse to continue to talk of political tricksters and Macune to continue to denounce bribe-taking by public men will be to severely con demn their own corruption. The Alliance is all right but it must rid itself of the scoundrels who are seek ing to uf e it to enable them to put money in their purses. . THE THIRD PARTY MOVEMENT. (Atlanta Constitution.) We observe that our Republican ex changes in the west are very much dis turbed by the serious talk amone the Blaine's house. We stood there behind the bushes and saw him 20 uo to the door and knock. He did not got in be cause Blaine was sick, but we under stand he got an interview nexfrday." Mr. Tillman says: "1 was called to Washington bv the chairman of the executive committee to examine the secretary's books, and the financial condition of the order about Novembar 25th. "Judge A. D. Dunning requested me to meet him in front of the White House at 2 o'clock p. m I met him and Col B. r . Gray in front of the White House, tho tights of anu running requestea me to accom- making and Our assortment is unapproached. and includes goods and wares from nearly every portion of the civilized world. Besides those of American manufac ture, we show the choicest goods ob tanable in London, Vienna, Berlin, Paris and other European markets. Our line of these goods is not made up of useless things, but embraces ma terials and articles both useful as well as ornamental, and our patrons can make their selections with the utmost confidence. Now, with each succeeding day, comes Christmas thoughts of receiving gifts and to pany him and Gray in front of Blaine's those who possess the means it should house at the park. Dunning and Gray be more blessed to give than to receive: Baia 10 me mac isiitennouse was endeav- however, in our Place all mav feel sum A At I . A. . .1 ... . . Ainancemen at tne ucaia convention in oring to maice arrangements with Blaine of finding things to suit every purse. regard to a third party. It is natural that this should ba so, for all the talk and agitation on the subject have thus far been confined to the western Alli- ancemen men who are tired of the Re- to throw the influence of the Alliance to It is best not to postpone your selec- the support of the Republican party in tions until the days immediately pre- 1892, and that Rittenhouse was to have ceding Christmas - the rusri will be so a secret conferenca at 2:30 o'clock with creat choose- now. James G. Blaine to -effect that arrange ment. Aoout tnat time rittenhouse aD- w. publican party, and who have not yet T3QilT xvlt.teaQaso aP" been able to overcome their prejudice to Fn "t 'hh bT 8 T dR?83ed,' an(wear- H. & li. 8. TUCKER & CO., Raleigh, N. C. the Democratic party. Th7m:ri. k. TTonao a Ain At this time Dunning and Gray arrived, ---- .ljoo nt.- onrt Dnnnintr a-i,A nra hoA )nnn . . " " "Jt"iu ilov'a nrrvrlr in Uin.l piau- (1ono ft (rrpsat dav's wnrt in Kholf p and sacoeeda in mrjing the negroes o( 3 ,CriJL g nl"enI1U8? that .ection with it, It means thf ped- Si"? BI"Cf S' UPt-K W cal destruction of the Republican party in the west and the northwest. It is tne Alliance to discover and stop such rtr-kr, .1 ti -it- T?!f fnnK..r.n . i- : natural, therefore, that the organs should w . Zhi 1 be diseasing the matter with symptoms LTntv. S RePabllcan. oi alarm. We hold fast to the opinion, however, that the third party movement will never reach the period of real organization. It is a movement that has no serious im pulse behind it, and there is no reason for its existence. The farmers, as a I Ll A wars, are uiessea wua common sense. to be Dick Llinton. The Antecedents of Ilinton. Atter this mterterview it is a matter of interest to know the antecedents of Dick Hmton. He was prominent in the John Brown agitation in Kansas before the war, and during the war was Colo- Raleigh Real Estate Agency, J. M. BROUGHTON & t O., 303 Fayetteville St., 2d Floor. A Golden Opportunity. ow isyonrtime to Buy a nice Build ing Lot in the healthiest and prettiest part of the Ciiy on most reasonable terms We Lave only a few more West Kal eigh lots to offer, and if you intend buyiag ono ot th8e beautiful Residence lota you had better come in at once. We are also ageuta for the NORTH SIDE LAND COitlFANY, and can show you beautifnl and they undoubtedly perceive that they ne occupied a government positiou in it can carry ineir pians to success only by u' IBUU "l pari, in ine laoor agita an alliance with the Democratic party. tl0n ln which he advocated the pnnci It is true that the Western farmers are Ples of tne Henry George party. When free to form a third party, but iu an ex tbat Party 8Pllt ne went off with the so- nel of a negro regiment. Subsequent! v l??11 that proper. no.w offered for sale for . . . J I tn first tim- l.all nn ir nn A4Kn. ;r: -r;YL.."rr uaaee mo maps ui ims properly, or drop us a nostal periment of this kind they cannot take Southern farmers with them. The con ditions here are all different from those in the West. Here the whites are com pelled to'form themselves into a compact body to resist the dangers of negro dom ination, and in any movement that looks to a division of the whites the agricul tural classes would be the worst suffer ers. The Southern farmers understand and appreciate this fact, and they have cialistic wing, which he defended Later he went out to survey lands, and he is still connected with the irrigation sur vey. H 8 reputation is that of an adroit politician and agitator. It is stated here . U A. T ; IT . iiiat v,oi. .luck ninion s secretary, is Hidnes, the correspondent of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. It is also said tnat itittenhonse obtained access to Blaine through Hinton. and Blaine's brother, who has a position in one of the caru aua xei ns lane you to see thm Parties out. . f the city wihiug r0 look at these lots will uo iu ?l uy us uu any train. North Raleigh is developing more raridlv than any orher part of the n.ty, and it is sale to sAy that these lota that are now oflFArrt at $225 will be worth double that pe u?a few years. Any young man who has $100 cash can easdy pay for one of thfse lots, and if he has a little patience can be sure of k eood re- rLY? -,e,e yelrs PPMe the ewlfilectric Street Railway bhould go through this prou- n ii r : , .. . uuume at u.n,ig, "in; uuy now, while thev are Cheap. J. M. BROUGHTON & CO SK?fTer JaS L John80I1'8 Drug Store. once. always been the first to frown down any departments. The statements of Dun- Eighty Mules for Sil .Aoiu. j . nine and Till E reposition calculated to destroy the armony of what is called the Demo cratic party. We believe, on the contrary, that the southern Alliauci men, by their wise and conservative attitude, will nip the third party movement in the bud, and that they will be influential enought to con vince the Alliancemen of the northwest that their proper place is in the Demo cratic party. We base this belief on the character and purpose of the Alliance platform recently adopted at Ocala. With very slight modifications that platform will suitaoy Demxsrat, and there can be no doubt that the next Democratic convention, recognizing thin fact, will make an enunciation of principles on which every Alliance man can stand. Tak ing the Ocala platform as a t !8t, there is little differei.ee between a genuine Dem ocrat and an Alliancemau. ning and Tillman give good grounds for suspecting that James G. Blaine knew something about the Globe-Democrat special which proclaimed an Alliance scandal and a breach among the leaders. It appears that while the bombshell was being thrown into the Alliance from Re publican batteries, the other and the Dem cratic party are getting nearer together. Closing up to the Democrats. The convention has officially decided that the word "ownership," in the rail road clause was a typographical error, and control only was expressed in the original document. On free coinage and opposition to the national banking sys tem, they voice the sentiment of the ma jority of Democrats. About the only bone of contention left is the Sub-treasury plan, and on this there are many shades of opinion.lt hoped by many Alli ance men that time and discussion will Cash. .cigntv unoice Young MUfFq from 4 to 16 hands high can L J Ma. Tuoker Aeadow, atfhe got of Fayette RALEIGH DYE WORKS, D. W. c. Harris, Proprietor. Dying and cleaning and clothing a specialty, f art ioloJSSSSS. ' ad warranted not to rait. gurnto Work dnnA o i . most approved plan. aeY1Cea wd onthe Gloves, curtains, nlumfta f,.u fact, everything cfeknS Jeather8 nd 1x1 made MffluW.SwwnM and Special attention to ordr. Call on or write to W8 ghmaiL "HARRIS DYE WORKS may is Martin Strtt, . MEN'S SUITS-$7.50, $9, $10, I2, $15 to' $30 3IEVS OVERCOATS 85. 6, $T, $9, Slolaii YOIJTHS' AND BOVS' SC1TS-$, 5, V 3(. YOUTHS' AND BOXS' OVBRCOTit 'J-'J,"' !l lMlr, CHILOttEN'3 SUITS AND OVEUCOATS-M ' toif' UNDERWEAR Any kind you can think ol' irom iw 5. IG . NECKWEAR The Finest Assortment ol Silk nt Vls- toiVS! MUFFLE RS 50c. , 75c, $1 to $5. LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS lOc, 25c., 35c T HOSIERY COLLARS AND CUFFS The Leading and Lati t Style :o:- And other articles too mention. numerous to BBA.XJTIFUIL1 yRTISTIO ALENDABJS FOK 1891. :o: We have a large assortment of Beautiful Calendars on Cird-board, Banners, &c, from which to make selections. BUSINESS MEN desiring to use Calen dar Advertising will find it to their interest to call at once and get prices. We shall not be able to fill erders alter the 15th of December. Call for what you want BEBWANGERS generally have it - 1 business $3,090 this month, we've marked figures wonderfully -v:a or':v- S. & D. BERW ANGER THE "POPTTTjAT?. Avt ' 'tGlYiv OUT-RTTE 1 n.' 1 dec7-tf. UaBLWR I MB. TO-DAY, TO-MORROW A"D CALL AT ONCE. Edwards & Broughton, Printers Binders dec5lw RALEIGH, N. C. Valuable City and Country Property t-or Kent! On the 23d day of December. 1890. at ia o'clock m , at the couit house door in the city of Raleigh, I will rent tor the year 1891 at public auction, to the highest bidder, the' following real tstate, belonging to the estate of Mrs. Mary A. Morthead, m Wake county vj iuui uuiuun o iio, I2D, AJ, 133, 134 and 136 Fayetteville s reet; 5, 7, 9, 8 and 10 East Hargett street; and 14 and 18 West flar gett street; 127, 129, 134, 136 and 219 South Wilmington street; 2, 10, 16, 119, 324, 328 and 330 South tialisbury street; 509, 526 and 534 East Cabarrus street; 214 South Blount street 417 South East street. ' Farms ! Rocky Branch tract, 277 acres, in Raleieh towuthip. 6 Vandergriff tract, 296 acres, in Housed Creek township. Hartsfield tract, 19 acres, in House's Crek township. Crabtree tract, 663 acres, in Neuse Kiver township. town8ship'd 54 aCr68' m Barton'8 townasp'traCt' 165 aCre8' iu Barton' Creek w?SfSS 50 acre8' four mil68 north- Parcels No. 1, 25g acres; No. 2, 1145 acres No. 4, 123 acres; No. 5, U5 acres; 6 l& 3T3;i?&,7, 91 1-3 acreNo-8, 107 acres; and No 9, U8K acres of the Wiley J. Jones tract of land, situated in Wake Forest township salee.rmS rentillS made known on the day ol No "hanger, alterations or improvements to the property to be made by thlessor dec3tds. 8' WXNNE ian, &c. PEACE INSTITUTE, Raleigh, N. C. S6TSihyear of this ld school Us I8th year at Raleigh, berina September 3d, 1890. Professor? Baumann, who needs no commetl tei?b to the SonB w Every Day this Week We will offer Dress Goods, Silks, Cloaks, Capes, Furs, Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, Towels. Table Linens, Napkins, Quilts, Blan kets, Comforts and Lap itobes, at extremely low prices. We do this to make room lor the Xmas Goods that are constantly arriving and being opened by us. FOR THE HOLIDAYS We can already show a great variety ol Novelties of every deacriotion. We have an elegant line of ART MATERIALS and new and artistic designs in Stamped Goods. Fancy Plushes, Drapery, Silks, Chair Scarfs, Baskets, Down PiUows and Cushions Head-rest, Pin Cushions, and a host of other Xmas Goods are now ready for inspection. A cordial invitation extended to everyone to visit our store, 129 and 131 Fayetteville St. PA: IT IS A THAT YOU TViu F, KINCfcMccj ALL THAT G0E3 TO rirsi uass Pb That our facil.teg for rr.. auieeu as 10 purity ui ration, and aa U-in? with the yhyfeicimb' preei-rl rT. i t iu"ur blocs oi urn" O'-y Medicines, etc., is corltV"-1 That we have th tz Toilet Water;.. Colojm'f.T; i other Toilet preparation "v can De assured of lair &H uicut. xi you ao no; tell you now that it is ; j, n us a fair trial and te cLv.--i meet the wants of our czsiz merit their patronage U ruiiy ana nonestly i its. 1 J? I I J - ? .Ill S3 Iff FAIiL TRADE - - 1890. J. J. thoas & CO., KALEIGH. N. C, General Commission Merchants, Grocers and Cotton Sellers, Have in store and to arrive 10,000 yds. 2 lb. second-hand bagging, 60 1 008 " V& 51 c8fotb' 80 bdl8 1:888 !::N?.w Bf".;.19- 3,000 " U M J0 Bundles New Arrow Ties. 1 , and Pieced Ties. M?flatgLg.iff. 8keitf' Bgging Twine; also Meat, Meal, Corn, Flour, Bran. Hav Suear Coffee Ac , all of which 'we otfef upon lery best terms. As a COTTON MARKET excels ail. Her Comprets and nu Stlten7er9 here f0r foreif shipment and Ims Pw X? good demand at all fKffer v r J? ?eara' experience as ?I thu8e W18h to 8e upon arrival J, SK" 8h,to hoid for higLr prices rA.r 6 S6.8,60' mak0 hberal caih ad' tS?2ra K1" of.ladi.flS or cotton in store. " mieresi ana storage chareea. J. J. THOMAS rn8 sepl4-D&W3mos & CO.. Cotton 8eixeb8, Raleigh, N. O. Very respectfully, KING & JTcGEE, DRUGGIST 101 FareilerilleSU octl5-3m. Sale of ItcalRt: and Miss K. G. Buck. whnJ TZr' tatipn is unsurpassed; MOlHontin ue to preside over teABT Dk ;Tr very Teacher in v obiuiij its a ner aepartmeut. snedAliHt. Address: in I JAMES DINWIDDIE, M.A. (University of VlrginU) Principal, Mortgage Sale. Br virtue of authority conferred in a cer tarn mortgage, executed by Albert H hSI and wife, and recorded in Book 1fK 217, in Register of Deedce'of if ! county, w wdl, on rtaturday. the 20th Decemr er,A.D 1890, at 12o'cloakT J court house door in Raleigh,8ell to the highest bidder for cash, a tract of land JtZmSA White Oak township, in t Ltjot wlk? adjoimng the landh of M P. Batchelor. Chw' A. Burton, Calvin F. Beck and others- S tainmr 106W acres, mora fntly described in said deed ill mortSL This 19th day of November. im mortagc. PEELE 4; MAYNAKD, (noTl9-td) Attorkey for Mortgage. HOLIDAY GOODS! WHOLESALE OR RETAIL D. T. JOHNSON, flg't. 1,000 LB3. PLAIN AND FANCY CANDY. 1,000 lbs. New Crop English Walnuts, Al monds, Brazils, Filberts, Ac. Ac. 1,000 COCOANU18, Fine and Large. Big Lot California London Layer --&-T SI 2ST S. Florida. Oranges NORTHERN AND N. C. APPLES 50 cyN.C.Pewnt.l4o.4(,. Soil I chfL I Ss so . 1 uaajo w Dailt Ccksioxmints iJiras. Ac., Ac., received. IOW TO THE TRADE. mwritetomefSS? to,8hiP to this me lor pnees and how to ship. Pbok 23 . D- JOHNSON, Ax, M HABfiUETT T By virtue of authority c :i ; : gage from Mr. Nsniie V..S; -recorded in Book '"i, pme : v ter's office of Wakeeuur.y, vr Court House dour, iu ttj :. i. C, Wake counrt-, a "; of December, 1h, atr:tf "' 115 acre, eituaie 1 :a St.21.:--?: Wake cour.tv, adjoimng ' fully described in fiid m -r.: v m pursuance of reqifi-to: ot Mrs. Strickland anl ia r-r!"x; contained in the nivrcaje ib Ti..a of Kilft 12 m TtrE- PA( E E'O nov25-dtds. Attcne::.: RAfiEIOH AM)AUGrTAi In effect Sunday, L'cc GOI"0 S-jITTH. , No. 41. 4 Mail. 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