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- ' ' I M "" I A c State (nivauiclc Bv CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. Every Morning Except Monday. TU 1ASH PHICE OF CHRONICLE ,'dJu per .; W for 6 months; $1.50 for 3 months. TUE BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial Kooms of the Chronicle are on the second floor of No. 216, Fayetteville bt. nffTTVTf!ATIONS RELATIVE TO thRninesa DeDartment of this paper saouirt ooddresed The State Cheom CLk, Raleigh, .V C, and all Umfw, Checks and Postal Money Orders should e made payable to "The chronicle Pcb co JO'IEPIIUS DANIELS, - - Editor c l !.. HROWDEU, - Das. Manager, HAL. W. AYER - - Asso. Editor. Elian I and Exact Justice to all Men, ol Whatever State or Persuasion, ue lieious or Political. Thos. Jefferson. CORRECTION. la wero proof-reading a few unfortunately made THURSDAY, DEC. 11, 190. X THE LATEST RADICAL DODGE, Tbe great power of the Farmers' Alli ance which influential organization is fighting along Democratto lines has alarmed the Republicans and they see tbat unless they act quickly and decis ively they will be driven from power by an overwhelming majority. They have hit upon a new organization of farmer which they vainly hope will eclipse the Farmers' Alliance. The St. Lonia Globe-Democrat a rampant Republican departure from tho manuscript of Mr. John U. Mou rns, in bis special to the Chron icle, concerniog the marriage of Baron Maltzahn. His pen was play ful in a more compensatory mauler than was apparent from our point and while the special will appear as originally written in our weekly edition we here reproduce in justice to all the following pleasantry: "As I have intimated, Charlotte is not easily made nervous over distin guished guests. The regular Charlotte man, within proper bounds, indulges a consciousness of being present. And, as for a Charlotte girl, she is not easily surprised, and exists at an illimitable distance from 'anything green. With an ancestry backed by the revolutionary traditions of North Carolina, and con scious of an ingrafting of the best lineal aristocracy of South Carolina,she a fer vid, nnlsing' deliffhtfnl being la a unique inter-state product, as beautiful as soe is winsome, and not to be found elsewhere." 0 T-w-' Woollcott Son - ROYAL? Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High est of all In leavening strength. U. S. Government Report, Aug. 17, iSS9. I L I L S. IBB & CI. LEGISLATIVE SUGGESTION. (Wilson Advance. That the Advance has favored a rail road Commiseion for years no one who has been a constant render of this paper a a a itm a. can icr one instani uouon. xa&i we entertained strong hopes that at last the will of the people would prevail and a commission oe estaonsnea wnea tne Legislature two years ago went to Ral eigh, is now a matter of ancient history. TK fla TrtM r-.f tUa nonn a to a a rtiarp- organ thus outlines the plan by which ded and thQ wiu of the raiiroad com. ... . . .1 T 11? . I" . . , . m m . . 1 1 it is toped to save tne rvepuoncan panv: panies prevailed, the defeat or ttie dui The mpmlKrs are known as the Knizhts by the last Legislature clearly showed. of Reciprocity, and the first lodge waB Tbe Legislature eiectea last montn mtfani7.rtd a few weeks aero at warden was e;ectea wnn ine ciear unueraiana- nitv Kan. It is understood that about inz that they wculd regard the will of a dozen lodges have since been instituted the people and give us a Railroad Com in Concrreasman Fkter s district, in mission, mat a large majority or tne Western Kansas and Colorado, and that members elect propose carrying out that the order is rapidly extending. Like the intention, there is no doubt in our mind. HOLIDAY GOODS NOW OPEN. Farmers' Alliance, the meetings are held in secret session, and there is an initiatorv ceremony. Ihere is no political significance in the organiza tion of the new order, nor is reciprocity It won id be a disgrace upon the State if a btcoud tiuie the people were betray ed bv their representatives. We have no fear of such a catastrophe. Give us a commission the people ON OUR TABLE. adopted as tbe principle for any politi- demand it and they have a right to have cal purpose. The lounders or tne oraer, tneir aemana ceeaea. however, believe that in reciprocity lies the solution of the tariff dilemma. The members are not especially tariff reform ers, but they believe in a wider exten- Timothy's Quest By Kate Douglas ' k ,a v.f;in.i ir Wl2Kin, author of Bird-i Christmas Biou vi iiuMuuiC F..tivuii., u Caroi the story of Patsy. &c. Published the western continent, iney no.oniy by Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Boston and We invite inspection of the hand somest and greatest variety of Holiday Goods ever gotten together in this city. Our assortment is nnapproached, 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 thoughts of Christmas -thoughts of making and receiving gifts and to those who possess the means it should b3 more blessed to give than to receive; however, in our Place all may feel sure of finding things to suit every purse. It is best not to postpone your selec tions until the days immediately pre ceding Christmas the rus.i will be so great choose now. W. H. & R. 8. TUCKER & CO., Raleigh, C, HORTAND POINTED absolute free trade with the South American and Central American repub lics, but they believe in the observance of reciprocity within the United States. They believe that reciprocity should miner and tbe mine and the railroads, the under of money, the This is a story suitable for anybody who loves to read of the trials of depen dent youth and the better side of the straight-laced New England character. There are manv views of New EnslaDd be observed between labor and life one renresentins1 it a harsh, old ..1 .1 1 . 1 I capital, tne miner ana me mine and Duntanical : and the other nerfpet. . ... . -l .... j . i i & --f owner, tne ronJana tne ranroaas, ine proper and not to be criticised. This borrower and trittnder of money, the nttle book crives the zlimnse of rP.al Nw employer and J employe. They pro- Englandeis who are neither too good for pose io uiu mjj luuuejr, OUu treaa uij tnis WOrld or as cold a3 they are painted. Not a Pifl, but our talk. We are too busy to say more than we are opening daily a new lot of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, GENTS' ers' Alliance, but there are understood to be some points upon which they agree with the platform of the Farmers Alli ance. The new order will be introduced into the towns and cities as well as through the country districts, and if the rapid growth already observed during the three weeks of its existence is any indication for the future, the outlook is most promising. A Grand Lodge of Kansas will be established within a few weeks, probably daring the holidays, and it 19 expected that later a Grand Lodge will be organized in Colorado. 1 1 MARTI STREET. 1 Mot :o:- f We have now on exhibition lor 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. FANCY BASKETS. JAPANESE TEA POTS. FANCY CUPS AND SAUCERS. MUGS. FANCY GLASS WARE and CROCK ERY. LAMPS. PICTURES. There ist least one Clothing House m Raleigh where uen rnrVfl AXTWAn TTVT TSVRPVmTTT M JjLAJ WW J.-M- KJ J..M-m.M-r Ail i AfciXUl.(J. Til At this season there was a scarcity not with us of black Ch ' i;nav&o vtwn'ete. and is now. Jnat received anniio i. .6v''4anri, Thibet Suits. They are correct m style, fit and quality vJ nKll.r 'k everjDuajr n iaiuw, j"o mi j-uHines3, Travel A K H XMAS IS BUT LITTLE OYEE TWO kfl You'll begin to think "where can I find suitable present n Sister's Urother," and it is important for you to know that a' &otl Is the place to get what you wanl a variety suitable selections. :o. that gives your id MEN'S SUITS-$7.50, $9, $10, 812, 15 to? $30. OX YOUTHS' AM) BOYS' SU1TS-84, 5, G, r'5;, V.83 YOUTHS' AND BOXS' OVKRCOATs-St, JL0 lo? CIKLDUEN'S SUITS AND OFERCOATS-- -WSi' UMDEKWEAR Any kind you can think oi from 4? 5' io NECKWEAR The Finest Assortment of Silw n.:?.01-oi3 to $2. MUFFLF.RS-50C, 75c, 91 to 5. kerehir. "i0- And other articles too numerous mention. to LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS-IOc, 25c, 35c. to HOSIERY Wool and Cotton, an Immense Varietv COLLARS AND CUFFS The Leading and Latent St BEAUTIFUL ALENDARS ARTISTIC . . . FOR 1891. :o: We hare a large assortment of Beautiful Calendars on Card-board, Banners, Ac., from which to make selections. Call for what you want BERWANGERS generally have it an-l business $3,000 this month, we've marked figures wonderfully ;UlVm 0flitrt S. & D. BERWANGED THE POPULAR AND VALUE-Oi OUTFlTTri 'dec7-tf. BUSINESS MEN desiring to use Calen dar Advertising will find it ; to their interest to call at once and get priees. We shall not be able to fill erders after the 15th of December. TO-DAY, TO-MORROW AND CALL AT ONCE. Edwards & Broughton, Printers Binders dec51w RALEIGH. N. COLD WEATHER GOODS. HEATING STOVES For Coal and Wood All Sizes. Household Hygienb, bv Marv Tavlor Bis sell. M. D., Published by N. D. C. Hodges, 4 Lafayette Place, New York. lew women understand the sanitary arrangements of house-keeping, or the ordinary rules of hygiene. It is desira ble that all women should be thoroughly informed in the department which is their special province. Many women have sought to gain the needed infor mation but the only books to their hand are technical and intended fqr the use of physicians or specialists. This vol- Furnishing Goods, &c, PRICES TALK. Portable and Stationary. Bring us your small change. FIRE DOGS. SHOVELS AND TONGS. COAL SIFTERS. Fancy Zinc Stove Boards. FIRE SETS, COAL HODS, COAL VASES. 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 Kobes, at extremely low prices. We do this to make room for the Xmas Goods that are constantly arriving and being opened by us. FOR THE HOLIDAYS We can already show a great variety o Novelties of every description. We have an elegant line of ART MATERIALS and new and artistic designs in Stamped Goods. Fancy Plushes, Drapery, Silks, Chair Scarfs, Baskets, Down Pillows 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. THE WORK OF THE TURK. LEGISLA. uaae is iotended to supply this need, and w.. tt,,. i , T -n is the result of practical observations of ur Extremely Low Prices a thoughtful and accomplished and pro gressive female doctor. From time to time the Chronicle will give its readers the suggestions made by tbe press of the State upon the legisla tion needed and which ought to be en acted by the comiDg General Assembly. The consideration of these suggestions by the members-elect of the Legislature and the public generally will help in the direction of wisely shaping legislation. In this connection the following from the Wilson Advance is to the point: "Love Poems of Three Centuries compiled by Jessie F. U'Don nell. Published by G-. P. Putnams Sons. ew iora., i. x. i. wo volumes. These are two of the most deliahtf ul little volumes from the Knickerbocker press. Carlyle truly said : 'A poet .ft a a witnout love is a physical and metaohvs- ical impossibility," and accepting that as true, these volumes are repositories of the works of great poets. They contain almost every poem on love that has been written that is worthy of preservation, jno poet of reputation WILL INTEREST YOU. "T r , . . - xi you want Dig values lor 3 our money give us a call. W. G. SEPARK, AGT., Largest Stock of Cook Stoves in the State. Respectfully, J. 0. S. IjTJMSDEN, deciMm. Raleigh, N. O. dec5-m 12 E. Martin St. Eighty Mules for Sale for Cash. fiflnafM Tt V A,vnfnr ivtnla.tn oni 4 r the elitor a few days since that he hoped butba? : a.Pm hl8 v1ol?me' and 8en the newspapers of the State would give f.ral,y r,18 hls best Rnd bgJ?test crea- the members of the Legislature whatever advice they had to give before the meet ing of the General Assembly and not wait until it adjourned to tell them , 1 A It t A 1 mm m . wuai mey ougm 10 nave aone. This is well said. Now talk, brethren. A GOOD IDEA. The colored people of Detroit have started tbe idea of securing a separate exhibit at the World's Fair of the pro- Shahpeare these are the mo3t noted ducts of their own industry and inven- ?amr irom waofe wor?s ine compiler tion. Burns, Elizabeth Browning. Robert Browning, Lord Byron, Camp bell, Coleridge, Cowper, Dryden. Hood, Moore, Owen Meredith, Scott, OHELLY, cOUTHEY TENNYSON, WORDS WORTH, Aldrich, Paul H. Hayne. ow ells, Sidney Lanier,LongF8.llow, James Russell Lowell Joaquin Miller. Poe, Amelie Rives, Saxe, Stedman. Stoddard, Bayard Taylor, Tilton. Trowbridge, Walt Whitman, Whittier, llla Wilcox Wheeler. N. P. Willu x.igaiv noice xoung muJjKS, ranging from 14 to 16 hands high, can be seen at Maj. Tucker's meadow, at the foot of Fayette ville street. All well-broken and in good uuuuiuou. W. H. TUUJUSK. PQv2ft-tf. R LEIGH AND GASTON RAILROAD, in effect Sunday , Dec. 7th, 1890. TRAINS MOVING NORTH. No. 34. Pass. Daily names from whose works la o a -1 fa tern i a n lyrx ftln J m I n . tion, and the Plain Dealer, a newspaper of Dreciona metals." Leave Raleigh. 5 00 pm Mill Brook 5 15 Wake 5 39 Franklinton... . 6 01 Kittrell 6 19 Henderson 6 36 Warren Plains 7 14 Macon 7 22 Arrive Weldon 8 30 pm TRAINS MOVING 80UTH No . 41. No 45. Pass, and Mail. Daily ex. Sun. Daily Pass No. 38. Pass. & Mail. Daily ex. Sun 11 a m. 11 41 12 05 p m 12 26 12 44 1 00 1 39 1 46 2 45 pm Valuable City and CountrY Property For Rent ! On the 23d day of December, 1890, at 12 o clock m , at the court house door in the city of Raleigh, I will rent for the year 1891, at publio auction, to the liighest bidder, the' following real estate, belonging to the estate ui ziTB. juary a. Moreneaa, m wafce county: wivy ium uumuem no, iza, 123, 133 134 and 136 Fayetteville s ret; 5, 7, 9, 8 and 10 East Hargett street: and 14 and 18 Wst r. gett street; 127, 129, 134, 136 and 219 South Wilmington street; 2, 10, 16, 119, 324, 328 and 330 South Salisbury street; 509, 56 and 534 East Cabarrus street; 214 South Blount street: Farm3 ! ssiHseifls i 151 i! as a io IS5 ;, -SEfe. r 8f i!Jr I?Mf JFALL TRADjB - - 1890. J. J. thoas & co., RALEIGH, N. C, General Commission Merchants, Grocers and Cotton Sellers, Have in store and to arrive 10,000 yds. 2i lb. second-hand bagging, 50 yd. rolls. l;SoS.. V""? Rocky Branch tract, 277 acres, in Raleigh Bndiea New Arrow Ties. )wnhhip. ' 6 M000. Whole and Piecec 80 published there in the interest of the negro race, prints a page of letters from prominent colored men in advocacy of the scheme. This is a capital idea. The Chronicle hopes that the colored people of S orth Carolina will take steps to demonstrate the advancement their race has made since the war in every line of endearor. It would be a valuable object lesson. Tub Chronicle extends a very cordial welcome to Rev. Baylcs Cade, the new editor of the Progressive Farmer. He is Christian, a thinker, a scholar and an earnest reform-Democrat. He has zeal and he has knowledge as well. He is a well-furnished editor, discreet, wise and progressive, lie is quite an addition to North Carolina journalism, and will take rank with the brightest men in the ranks. There is one North Carolina poem in the nuararets i4CleoDatra's Soliloauv." by the late Mrs. Mary Bayard Clabk. 'his was one of her best poems and is entitled to a place in the collection of beautiful poems. Why Grover Disliked Ingalls. (From Washington Letter.) Mr. Cleveland entertained and en joyed an abiding contempt for the Kan sas senator, and Ingalls hated the presi dent in return with all the intensity of his sour nature. This difference origin ated in Ingalls love of gossip. He never lost an opportunity, it is said to discuss the domestic affairs of the presi dent's household, and to pass remarks M M A H it. . j . upuu mem. ua one occasion he is reported to have made an attempt to r m-m ... . . engage Mrs. Whitney in a discussion of the presidents relations with Mrs. l1 A I v . , wioYoiauu, wueu uo was so severely re pulsed that he soon left the house. He ljca e weMon 12 15 p m 6 00 aiaoon 1 13 7 06 Warren Plains 1 20 p xu 7 15 Henderson 2 22 7 53 Kittrell 2 39 8 11 Franklinton 2 56 8 29 Wake 3 17 8 50 Mill uroofc 3 40 9 15 3 55 9 30 a m Ariv Raleigh a m LOUldBUltG. w ijeaves iiouisourer at 7.35 a.m.. omn Arrives at Franklinton at 8.10 a m and 1 as y ui 111. Arrives at LouisburK &t 1.05 a m a pm. " WM. SMITH, Superintendent township Vandereriff tract. 296 1. . . , . ' B lownsnip. Hartsfield tract. 19 township. crabtree tract, 663 acres, in Neuse River township. town8shiprd trat' 5 aCr68' inBarton's Creek townsMptr&Ct' 165 acre3' Iu Barton's Creek we?f'Sg 50 aCre8' Ur milea north" NO. 4, 1235i acres: Vn 5 1 1K Kf a i J Nore!;i?V' 91 a-er,No:8;T07 acres-'and IJ ?' afr-e8 of the WUey J- Jones tract of land, situated Wake Forest township. Terms of renting made known on the day of No changes alterations or improvements w uie property to be made bv th 1 dec3tds. 8 WXNNE Guardian, &c. BaRKinsr for sheets. Meat, Meal, Corn, Flour, Bran, Hay Suear Coffee Ac , all of 'which 'we offef ipoS ery best terms. As a COTTON MARKE7 Baleigh excels all. Her Compress and nu sSnSSZ!? her6 fr foreiga hipment and S!att8prIie"?1I!8 ,u ood. demand at all a- A . y sellers to those who wish to mU u' aSSral and those who wish to hold for higher prices will, where desired, make liberll cash a fS?ti W !la 0f iadin or cotton in store. Low rates of interest and storage charges J. J. THOMAS & CO;. Cotton Seixebs, Raleigh, N. O. sepH-D&WSmos IS A THAT TOC .IH,,, KII!G$f mcCEE ALL THAT GOES TO First That our facilities for treer--unsurpassed, the medicinfr' yu.m ana aceuiiCT ration and aa being minh n' That our stnlr -J 10 vunjpien; r mat we have the finest 1' j.ouei axers. uoiognee, Face other Toilet preparations ats-V-'"! can be assured of fair and c. ment ? If you do not know t t.e tell you now that it is so, and a-k us a fair trial and be conviu.v meet the wants of our cust-.-mtN z.v '' merit their patronage bv te r,r? fully and honestly at alltimea. 9 Very respectfully, KING & McGEE, :diujgglst?s 101 Fayetteville St. octl5-3ni. NOTHING SUCCSSR I.IKE SUCCES El s. The rfch.c 51! MIL'HOUli EILIi. the woe w I ieine, is :''. never lailti-t-j stance, no ' the disease, t IiOSY to ?m rr: disease knows v.j man ss:en;. Ihe sc:e;.: to-da?c':aiD thit "evtrj CAUSED BY MICROBES. AM)- MM J 111 Exterminates the Microbe an 1 out of the syptem. and when tUt : cannot have an ache or pam. N j '-' the disease, whether a tinivle oa; Fever or a combination of iiw ' them all at the same time, as tr eases constitutionally. Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh.B chitis, Rheumatism, KiJI t: Liver Disease, Chill and Fe male Troubles, in all it- torm i- in iact.e-.-erv Disease knoa' Human System. Beware of Fraudu.ent See that our Trade-Mark (a-e y 1 appears on each jug. ..r. y of HOLIDAY GOODS! WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Jay Gould, speaking of his latest rail way deal says: 'Actual consolidation would be a good thing, but ts not yet possible under the laws." If there is to be consolidation the government must control them more fully than now, or it must own tbem. According to Edward Atkinson "there are two things needed in these days : "First, for rich men to find out how poor men live, and second, for poor men to kaow how rich men work." Executor's Notice. Haviner rmn.liflrl aa a tateof MaryF. JoTcSaUlcVto hereby given to all persons having clahna against the decedent to me for payment before December i VSoT "vvtuciil never after that snnlrft t.i ATra WhifnC I will mlfp imma,H,nf , i mmpj, I "umwiawj ya v uieut M me W. S. WOODS, A Thine to llemember. This Dec. Dec 7 6w. 6th, 1S90. Executor. RALEIGH DYE WORKS, D. W. C. Harris, Proprietor. Dying and cleanin (Lnmberton Robesonian.) It would be well for a Robeson county boy to remember that he lives in th biggest county in the greatest State, (all things considered) when the Legislature is not in session, in the Union, and that the aforesaid county has the biersrest snt and rai ranted not in Bmnt of Commissioners in the country, that Work done by the latest device and Krv4 i :' j j i J ' I most annrnvol rxi- tOB ana uaviug ueciuea inat tne retail liquor traffic is one that a man of good moral chracter will not engage in and tneretore it had the riant to refns t.n grant license, which opinion has recently been concurred in by the Supreme Courts oi Dotn tne state and the United States. Proprietor. m-JI clothing m. nn r. iV: . . raovation of a most apnroved ni7;:"rco UOTlce8 d on the OlOVes. Curtain a nlnm.. fact. evervtMn ie"ne. d. In de as firight andft as new eDVated Md INSTITUTE, Raleigh, N. C. The 54th year of this old school, its I8th year at Raleigh, beeins September 3d, 1890. ProfessorA dation anywhere in the South wUl coH5ue Director of Music and Miss E. G. Buck, whose TrepS tation is unsurpassed, will contin ue to preside over the Art Dr fiff1?; ?very Teacher in w2ty I8 a specialist in her department. Address: JAMES DINWIIIDIE, 31. A. (University of Virginia) Principal, Mortgage sale. By virtue of authority conferred in a car tarn mortgage, .xecuted by Albert H and wife and recorded in Book 105 .n S2? 217, m Register of Deeds', office ! of ! county, will ra Saturday, the20thdav of December. A. D 1R90 t 10 "c"a ay. .or . -www. . w u u tun k m . r w 1 ;l .. ... ! M-O -AT- D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't. 1,000 LB3. PLAIM AND FANCY CANDY. 1,000 lbs. New Crop English Walnuts, Al monds, Brazils, Filberts, 4c. &c. 1,000 COCOANU.8,Fine and Large. Big Lot CaUfomia London Layer RAISINS. Florida. Oranges NORTHERN AND N. C. m 1 I 1- , ec. Fancy N.C. Peanuts, 4c, 4 59 58S I o2L 1 18111 50 Dailt Cojisiokmexts of ma "HARRIS DYE WORKS may is Martin STRm, court house door in Raleigh,aeU to the Wheat APPLES, B AN AN A 9 nx ro- bidder for cash, a tract of land situated Turkevs rttPj NQES, CABBAGE, White Oak township, in t le county of wlk? J&k?a E8 tter, ' adjoinine the lands of M V nJZFL V iko ira"' c received. eigh, N, 0. A. Rnrtnn r!l W nZ' r.T vna8- Ummgl06K acres, more or less, tid'iSS. ,d"bed in said deed o'f morw This 19th day of November, 1890. urc PEELE & MAYNARD. (noTl9-td) Attoniey for Mortgagee. LOW TO THE TRADE. market wSti tome fS?2SS! -to, !WP Phojt me for prices and how to ship. . t. JOHNSON, AaT, 16 Hasoztt kt Bend for book "History Killer," given away by LEE, JOHNSON S duit;;ists. RALEIGH, u CO' Horses and 3Iules for We keep constantly on lot of t , Cor. Martin an- nov30-tilljanl. a1- Raleigh Real Estate Agen J. M. BROUGHTON & 303 Fayetteville St., 2d f l0r A Golden pportu"1 .. . nni-anic'5.3.'. jvow is your time i j frr IIH1 res on sii't,--. ins L.ot in me part of the Ciiy torm - Wa IiH?A (lll!v & . . urn v .... - w . - . . . v if - eigniotsto oner, " - rnce one ol these beautilul Ke'r we r had better come m ai , M)RTU UUwll'A anu ca- 1 lots on tbat property, now 0- i the first time. Call up m - : r the maps of tbispropern, 0. . eS card and let ns take you to 'lti -out vf the citv wi?hins to be met bv ns on any train. 11 . u ,rt nf the i' trt iit that thPH iOld i-"11 . r-.i $225 will be worth double wa ty, man can easdy uav for one ot tu : o t . ; r has a little patience can ot , c pOe throu- iirti fn a f t w veara a?t Street way ehould n w.i r ' Lont wai for tli-t; rnS lfeceoverJa8.1.Johc- nov33-tf WiC . .1.