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S OHFvOliOLB, THTJBSBAY, J ACTUARY E&c State Chronicle BY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. Every Morning Except Monday. THE CASH PRICE OF CHRONICLE la W.00 per year; for 6 mouths; $1.50 for 3 mouths. THE BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial Rooms of tl:e Ciiuonicle are on the second lioor or No. iiiu, ayeuevme ou COMMUNICATIONS RELATIVE TO I the Business Department of this paper bnonlrt be addressed The State Ciiuoni ci.k, Raleigh, N. C, and all Drafts, Checks and Postal Money Orders should be made payable to "The Chronicle Pub. Co." JOLl'lIUS DANIELS, - - Editor. I . StKUtlOTl. i.UiriUg th nnr two rears tii 2 tana ai:u ;l0 sacdon I). II. UUOWDEIl, - Bus. Manager. HAL. W. AYER - - Asso. Editor. Equal and Exact Justice to all Men, Whatever State or Persuasion, Ilc-li-lmi or Political. Thos. Jeflcrson. THURSDAY. JAN. 1, 1891. THE WESTERN INSANE ASYLUM. TVo present to-day the following arti cle from the pen of Mk. Joseph Cald well, editor of tho Statcsville Land mark. Ho has toen a Director in the Western North Carolina Insano Asylum for several Years, and vrites with a full and accurate knowledge of tho work and neoda of tho institution. What ho writes is, therefore, entitled to great weight and consideration; and we aro glad to lay before our readers a full exposition of the workings of this model publio institution from tho pen of a thought ful and efficient director. So far as we know, there i3 no publio institution iu tho country which in every way is near er perfect in equipment and manage ment than tho Western N. C. Asylum. It.gives va pleasure to bear personal testimony to its efficiency and growing usefulness. Wo havo visited it several times, and upon each recurring visit we have been all the more impressed with its excellent management. Its officers, directors and employees are worthy of all praise and commendation. Mr. Caldwell writes: The board of directors of the Western North Carolina Insane Asylum at Mor ganton held its last meeting fcr the year at the institution last week. The su perintendent and subordinate officers submitted their reports to tho board and tho board prepared its report to the Governor, to be by him transmitted to the General Assembly. All of these re ports are for two years' operations of tho ayslum, and it is hoped that eveiy member of the Legislature now soon to assemble will read them carefully. The General Assemby at its last session appropriated for the support of the institution for two years, 175,000. It was allowed to retain for betterments a small surplus which it had been enabled to carry over from tho biennial period 188Gto 1888, and the total expenses from December 1, 1888, to November SO, 1890, were $178,885.90. The difference between this amount and the amount appropriated for the period, viz : $175, 000, caino out of the surplus jut re ferred to, and a trifling surplus is again carried over after all expenses are paid. The reason for this surplus is that the appropriation was based upon aD esti mated average population of 450 for 1889 and of 500 for 1890 and the average was not so high as had been calculated. The number of patients remaining November 30, 1889, was 465, and the number remaining November 30, 1890, 490. The results of the two years' opera tions have been most gratifying in every particular. Tho recoveries on admission of patients have boen 46.7 per cent, and tho death rate 4 07 per cent. tho ono number above and the other much below the average of similar institutions. The superintendenca and medical work have been of first class character, while the subordi nate officers and employes have dis charged their duties with fidelity and intelligence. This institution is one in which mochanical restraint is not em ployed. Up to about three years ago a light form of restraint was, iu a few very violent cases, resorted to, but even this has been abandoned, and the ravine has as free use of body and limbs as the quiet and harmless incurable. The patients are treated with the utmost kindness and consideration. Gentleness and persuasion are more effective agents for the government and cure of the in sane than tho boot or the straight-jacket; and those who doubt this should visit the Western North Carolina Insane Asylum. Tho patients are kept iu the best possible physical condition. The building is in perfect repair and the grounds have been brought into a higb state of improvement. The whole in stitution is a model of cleanliness and orderfew gentlemen's parlors are cleaner or in more orderly state than the wards occupied by most violent patients in this asylum. The improvements during the period have been numerous and important. What is probably the b?st ni icadamiZdd anu graueu roaa in me otaie nas oeen made between tho asylum and tho rail roaa station, a distance or one mile through the asylum grounds and over a right of way generously donated by Mai. J. W. Wilson, the enlightened and large-hearted president of the board of directors. The water supply is brought through pipes from the mountains rive miles from tho asylum, and has been found insufficient for the needs of the increasing population of the institution. An immense reservoir has therefore boon built on the grounds to take the water which would otherwise bo wast ed during the night. This involved large expense but will insure an am ple supply of water. Efficient tire ap paratus has been purchased and the danger of loss of lives or property from . lire bos boeu reduced to a minimum mis precaution enects a saving in another direction, as it is not thought necessary to carry more than a nomini insurance upon the property. During the year a considerable body of real es tate farming, meadow and wood lands contiguous to the asylum grounds has boen purchasod. This waa felt to be justified by the excellent results which hayo attended the farming and garden- yieltlpd l roducta ol 270 47. lho ittms mentioned covr the extra ordinary txpensesof tb- biennial period. Tho asylum is now about full, Great caro ha" beon exercid to properly reg ulate admissions. II d idi applicants been received without discrimination, tho institution would Lave been filled to its capacity two years ago. Ihe jans hare been relieved and all acute or sup posed curable cases have tieen received, but during the ensuing year some appli cants even of these classes it is feared will have to be turned away. Other State charities are, however, in more need of legislative help than the Western Insane As ylnin the North Carolina In sane Asylum, the Eastern Asylum and tho Deaf and Dumb and Blind Institu tion, for instance. The Western Asylum, always modest iu its requests, will therefore ask the Legislature for nothing in the way of money excepting for the support of its inmates and to keep up necessary repairs. Two years ago it re ceived an appropriation equal to $187. 50 rer capita of its inmates. As its cqnitment hns been improved and its population increased, its supermieuueni, and directors feel that during the next two years they will be sble to do even better than this, and the Legislature will be asked to merely continue tho present appropriation of 90,000 per year. Thi3 is &1SO.0O per year per capita for 500 in mates, and it should be understood that this amount not oniy feeds and clothes the patients, but provides treatment, pays all salaries, pays for drnurs. fuel, lights, repairs, and meets all expenses cf every sort whatsoever. The jailer of Iredell county is paid 25 cents per day for boarding the prison ers m the cjuntv rail and all conceaa that the figure is verv low some coun ties pay 40 cents and others as hih as o0 cents. This 2o cents per nay makes the board of a prisoner cost $91.25 cents in a year. But bed clothes must be bought to cover him, if he becomes naked clothing must be bough! for him, if he gets sick a physician must be paid and sonnet the drug bill, and all this is extra. Wiv-;u the Slate can provide every thing in t m way ot comfort, care ami infcrtunate in- Tiie General Assembly. We present to-day the list of mem b?rs elected to the General Assembly. This has ben prepared with great care and v,e believe that it is nearly correct. Of this number there are live lawyers in the Senate and eU-ven in the House. HEX ATE. iSu District uurmucK, tamden, uares, Chowan,Pasquotank, and Perquimans Jas Parker, Gtesville; P. H. Mor gan, Shawboro; Dems. 2nd District Tyrrell, Washington, Dare, Martm, Beaufort, Hyde and Pamlico W. H. Lucas, Middleton; W. R. Chesson, Mackey's Ferry.Dems. 3rd District Northampton and Bertie George Bishop, Windsor; dem. 4th District Halifax county, W. E. Bowers, Brinkleyville; dem. 5th District Edgecombe Dr. R. H. Speight, Wrendale;dem. Gth District Pitt county Willis R. Wil liams, Faik'and; dem. 7th Dis' rict Wilson, Nash, and Frank- Freeman, Taylor's; P. W Ttondnlivh Dr min V.. H: Ream lin Dr. II. F 8th Diatr!et-Craven-Ed.W.Bull,r., New Yancey J. R. Robinson, D., Burnsville. Woolen. .Ranaie Karmprs.. de:rs. Richmond- Joshua Chapped; J. Robeson -J S. Olhyer Affinity, T. w-irsoii Pnrcepobs. dems. RockiSm-T . f Hopkuu JjtomoetOB. ft P Henrv. Douglass, dems. R o wan S A. Earnhardt, d., Salisbury. RSfo?d-Tao..F Torns,d ; Washburn. Samoson-R. R Bell, Faisons, W. K. Pig- rord Oiiiton, dems. Stanley-James P- Nah, Palaerville. Stokes J. C. Newsome, r.; Five Forks. Surty-C. B, Denny, d., Pilot Mountain. Swain-J. A. Buchannan, d Bryson City. Transylvania W. W. Zachary, d., Bre- Tyrrell David Alexander, d., Bay. Union-V. T. Chears, d., Lane's Creek. Vance J. M. w arson, coi., neuueii, . Wake-A. D. Jones, A. M. wwreU Ral eigh W. rJ. upenuren, iuuuiovmc, Gporfre W. Davis, Wake Forest, dems. Warren-W. W. Long, d Areola. Washington-C. W. Snell r., Skmville. Watauga Dr. J. ii. -nunps, u., ou&i Waye John W. Bryan, Hiram J. Ham, (ioldSDoro, aems. ttt-1 i T A T3-iTrar T" Wilson Nathan Bass, d., Black Creek. Yadkin M. H. Vestal, r., unastnut mage UP Hi I Jjfi i T? in m r.. fv T f a i t n h s s s ei J tj ; skillful treat me lit for its sine at less than arable Vv hat it costs to feed a prisoner in a common jail, it will bv3 admitted that it is doing its humane work at very small cost. One hundred and eighty dollars per capita is indted much below the aver age of the running expense of the asylums of tho United States, but the managetm nt cf the Western North Car olina Insane Asylum will undertake to provide for its inmates for the ne2.t two years at this figure, and, moreover, will, if allowed to retain its savings, under take, by economical management, thus adding to these savings, to construct during the next two jears, apart from tho main building, a congregate dining room, which will enable them to con vert the present dining rooms in the building into bed rooms, thus making room for sixty more patients. Tho Genera: Assembly will be asked for some legislation regarding the insti tution which will involve no expanse, but which will increase its ucfu!r.e-s, ar d this legislation it is supposed tht re will be no objection from uzsy quarter: (1.) It will be asked tint tbe name, "The Western North O.ro'ina Insane A'yluo)," changed to "The ;'.;. te nt Morg'ntoa." wrds Hospital nt Morgntoa." The "insane asylum" have a terror for the people, and many p-tients fee' that a stigma attaches to them s inmate of ai institution so called, "Hospital" is pleasanter to the ear and is of le: s terri ble significance to the mind. It is be lieved that this change of name will have a good effect upon the patients; already here is rejoicing in tho wards in pros pect of it. (2.) Certain rooms of the institution twelve on the male and an equal num ber on the female wing were construct ed as private sections where patients who might pay their own expenses and have their own attendants could be cared for. The institution, however, having: bsen built and being supported by the roonev or an tne people, it 13 not tho pahcy of tDe directory to charge some patients and treat and care for others without charge. Hence these private sections are unavailable for the general purposes of the institution and it is proposed to open them to inebriates and victims of the opium habit to the number of twelve of each sex. It is pro posed to charge tho patients of these classes an amount for board equal to the expense of caring for and treating them, and it is felt that in this way a good work may be done in re claiming men and women who have be come disqualified for usefulness through the drink and opium habits, and this without expense to the State and with out excluding insane persons who mignr otherwise be admitted. This, then, is tho statement of the case to tho Legislature for the Western North Carolina Insane Asylum, an in stitution which is doing a glorious work in ameliorating the unhappy condition of a great many of our tellow-citizens. It is an honor to North Carolina aod no North Caroliniaa can regard it other wise than with pride. Dr. P. L. Murphv, its able superintendent is eminently tit ted in every particular for the important trust which he exercises with such wis- i dom and conscientiousness; D:s. Ivey I aud layior, the assistaut physicians, are I accomplished medical men, fond of their specialty and ambitions in it; the posit ions of steward and matron could no- be more acceptably or more worthily filled tban they are by Mr. F M. Scrogs and Mrs. C. A. Marsh, and all the subordi nates are chosen with reference to their fitness and take a just pride in their work. The institution is eontroiled by a board of eight directors, whose trav eling expenses to and from the meet ings are paid and who serve without compensation. As citizens and tax payers they have jast the same interest in the institution that other patri otic and enlightened citizens should have. They desire to se it reach the highest measure of usefulness and at the same time have the same interest that all other tax-payers have that it should be conducted with the utmost economy consistent with good service. Neither upon this nor upon any other point of management do they fear to meet the Legislature, and the most they have to ask of this honorable body is a rigid in vestigation of their management m the past, feeliug confident that the closer tbe lcquiry the more ready the General Assembly will be to accept what thev now have to say as to what is necessary to conduct the Western Insane Asylum in the future with the same measure of efficiency that has marked its operations in the past Berne 9th District Jones,Onslow and Carteret T. E. Gilman, Jacksonville; dem. 10th District Duplin and Wayne B. F. Aycock, Fremont; J. A. Bryan, Ken- ansville; deros. 11th District Greene and Lenoir Dr. W. C Galloway, Snow Hill: dem 12th District New Hanover and Pender J. D. B41amv, Wilmington: dem. 13th District Brunswick and Bladen R. P Allen, Kelh's; dem. 14th District Sampson Marion Butler, Clinton, dem. 15th District Columbus and Robeson Dr. N. M. Cuibreth, Whiteville; J. L. McLean, Maxton; dems. 10th District Cumb rland and Harnett John A. Grem, Dunn; q. 17th District Johnston W. N. Rose, Jr., Harper s; d. 18th District Wake-A, C. Green, Ral eigh; dem. 19th Dis; rict Warrn and Vance-r Albert D. Alston, r.; Mountain View. 20th District Durham, Orange. Person and Caswell R. G. Russell, South Lowell; Robert S. Mitchell, Huron; uems. 21st District Granville G. L- Allen, d.; v ilton. 22nd District Chatham and Alamance J no. W. At water. Rialto: dem. 23d D'strict Rockintrham Dr. W. J. Courts, Reidsville; dem 21th Disc rict Guiliord J. L. King, Greens buro, dem. 2."th District Moore and Randolph Capt Georze Wilcox, Carbonton; dem. ?Gth District Richmond and Montgomery J. G, te inner, Pekin; r. 27th District Anson and Union G. C. MeLartv, Monroe; dam. 2Sth District Stanly and Cabarrus Eli Shankle, Norwood; Dem. 29th District Mecklenburg W. E- Ar- iiry? .Fiuevme; dem. 30th District Kowan and Rohaon, Cleveland; d. 31st District Davidson Z. V. Walser, .Lexington; r- 2d District Stokes and Forsyth John F. Kevnolas, r .; Winston. 153d District Surry and Yadkin E. D. Standford, East Beud; r. 34th District Iredell, Alexander and Wilfces W. D. Turner, Statesvilie; W . l;. White, Avilia; dems. 35th District Warauga. Ashe and Alle ghany Benjamin P. Grigsby, Fig, Asne co.; d. 80th District Bnrke, Caldwell, McDowell. jviitcnell and Yancey L. T Avery, Aiorganton; Dr. J, T. Reid, Old Fort; uems. 37th District Lincoln and Catawba J. Yv . A. Paine, Kiddeviile; d. 35th District Cleveland aud Gaston Dr. L. N. Durha-ra, Shelby; d. 39th Distri. t Rutherford and Polk Dr. T. B. T witty, Rutherfordton; d. 40lh District Buncombe and Madison W. C. Sprinkle, Marshall; r. 4lst District Haywood, Henderson and Transylvania Joseph S. Davis, Iron mm, d. 43d District Jackson, Macon, Clay, wain, CriercKee aud Graham J. a, Bed, Bras-stown, d. JiiOW THE SENATE STANDS. Democ-vats, 43 Republicans, 7 UOW THE HOUSE STANDS. Democrats, r 102 Republicans, 17 Independent Democrat, 1 Total, 120 -:o.- WE WISH ONE AND ALL .A. HAPPY" 3STEW -:o:- May Health and Prosperity be with you f0r years to come. -:o: SUMMARY OF BOTH HOUSES. Democrats, 145 Republicans, 24 Independent Democrat, 1 Total, 170 U (KROYALpowdeJ Jj J TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRoxs- We thank them for their liberal patroii io-, past, and trust we have merited a continuance future. 1JJ the rr the o: Davie S. N. Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar bakiner nowder. Rich est of all in leavening strength. U. S. government Keport, Aug. 17, 1889. I OR. i. n i . THE HOLIDAY TRADE -IS- 0"VER. We are noY ready for our Kegular Dry Goods Business. DRESS GOODS. Total, 50 iJOi SE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Alamance R. W. Scott, d., Ilawfield Alexander-T. F. Murdock, d., York Col legiate institute. Alleghany R. A. Doughton, d , Sparta Anson-Col. W.M. Picketed., Lilesville, Auhe Greenbury Phipps, r. Beaufort J. R. Galloway, d., Aurora. Bertie M. L. Wood, Lewiston; d. Bladen Dr. M. Aid. Tatum, d., White uaK. Brunswick E. Hickman, d., Calabash. Buncombe M. L. Reed, Biltmore, J. P. juowery. anuy musU, dems. Burke C. llouck d., Morganton. Cabarrus A. F. Hileman, d., Concord. Caldwell S. 1 Patterson, d., Patterson Camden W. P. Walston, d., Camden C. II. Carteret Chas. M. Edwards, d., Merri- mon. Caswell Robt. L. Wralker, d., Milton, Catawba S. T. Wilfong, d , Newton. Chatham A. H. Perry, d., Kimbolton; J. m. roust,; .it. vernon Springs. Cherokee J. M. Cobb, r.; Cobbs. Cnowan H. A. Bond, d , Edenton. Clay W. H McClure, d., Haysville. Cleveland-E. D. Dickson, d., Falls ton. Columbus J J. Long, d., Vineland. Craven John Chanman (col.)R. Our showins: in Dress Goods is all that could be desired; the shades are per fect, the materials are the best and new est to be had, and our prices are the low est. To those who have de ferred any part of their Dress Goods shopping until aicer tne iioliua s, we must ask their attention to the interesting line we have. MATERIALS FOR EVENING WEAR. Our line of textures lor Evening Wear wae never so great, and embraces all the new en.-crs in rmsei, Crape de Chine, Velvet Dots, Velvet Stripes, Cheneille Figures, &c, &c. We nowidve greater values in theee goods than yoa hive ever known. W. H. & K. 8. TUCKER & CO., Raleigh, N. C. Woollcott&Son, 14 E. MARTIN STREET. We take this opportunity to express our thanks to our friends and to the pub lic in general for their pat ronage for the nast.vAsi.-p jitkI Fayette h?e that the bargains rich tueiii uurinsrtne nast year will be sufficient to in duce them to hold their traue lor us during the en suing one. Wishing you all a bright and prosperous new year, We are yours, very respectfully, WOOLLCOTT & SON. Currituck John J. Morse, Mayock; d Dare G. C. Daniels, r. Davidson W. A. Beck, Cid; d., McKee, r. uavie nendricKs; r. Duplin D. J. Middeton. d.. Warsaw. Durham Dr. Wm. B. Lowe, d.. Durham. Edgecombe Aaron Bridgers, St. Lewis; oesse traK.e, itoekv Mounr; dems. Foi.syth J. A. Dineback, r.; Salem. urunklm P. G. Alston, Centreville; G. ij. uni, louisDurg; dems. Gaston Moses Stroup, d., Snapp. Giles J. J. Gatlinc ind. Graham W. M. Taylor, d. Robbinsville. Granville W. T. dams, Dutchville; J. F. Cole, riatterwhite; dems. Giecne A. J. Edmundson, d., Shine. (iUlk'ord Dr. U.K. Denny; Brown's Sum mil, W. M. Wiley, Jamestown, dems Halifax W. W. Hall, Wtldon; A.B. HiU Scotland Neck; dems ' Harnett M. V. Prince, d , May. Haywood R. D. Gilmer, d , Waynesville Henderson J. W. Anderson. Delmont, t New Year, and we invite everybody to call. S. 6VD. BERW ANGER. dec7-tf. HOLIDAY GOODS! WHOLESALE OR RETAIL -AT- D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't. 1,000 LBS. PLAIN AND FANCY CANDY. 1,000 lbs. New Crop English Walnuts, Al monds, Brazils, Filberts, &c. &c. 1,000 COCOANU3S, Fine and Large. Big Lot California London Layer Florida, Orange; NORTHERN AND N. C. Fancy N. C. Peanuts, &c, &. 50 BOXES BOXES FIRE Crackers. BOXES Cn BOXES Daily Cousionmexts of SHORT Not a Tin, but our talk. V?v aro t -say more than we are ore;,i- ' new lot ol Dry Goods, Notions, She- GENTS1 Furnishing Goody PRICES TALK. Bring us your ems APPLES, BANANAS, ORANGES, CABBAGE, xurKeys, umckens, Eggs, Butter, Birds. &c, &c, received. LOW TO THE TRADE. y If you have anything to ship to this market write to me for prices and how to ship. D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't, Phone 28 16 Haeqett Ht SPECIAL PRICES -FOB- THIS "WEEK. LADIES' WRAPS, CHILDREN AND INFANTS' CLOAKS. BLANKETS, COMFORTS, LAP ROBES. -:o: Capes, Muffs and Boas. :o:- Our Extremely Low Prim WILli INTEREST VOU. If you want big values fur u-tM us a call. W. G. SEPAIiK, AGT., dec5-m 12 E. MarhnM. Land for Side. On Mondiy, Jauuarv 5th,lk:'l, -: House door iu Hah iph, X. (J , 1 -public outcrv the lands in Wake c ".: ' ed by ihe lato Cas ! 1 P --v-!l ar ::: -his loath. Said Lf.U 1:- ubr, -eouthwestwardly ot xm i ;tv i ! . . : ioining the lands of the lat" V:!i:aa i ltulus Powell, Uans m 1'..1 and !.:?. consist of about eleven hundrt -1 scr.' : of these lands in cljir-il nci fir", h -timbered. The Hale w::l l-o v.vi h :z rs: to suit purchaeerH. Un i-u- ot xl--1- is a good dwelling an 1 ail -- houses, being tho rofiden-- t ra: ir Powell, deceased Tin m;!-' (-fT portunity to persont deniriL,,' to iv ; - eetate. Terms of sale: One-third cst-L; r two equal instilnif-utH, payab'e :n ' ' two yers after day of tale. Ut-i'.-rr-i : ments to bear sjx y'ltr cent, m r-.-r " of sale. Hour of Hale, 12 M under judgments of Wake S r. " ( rendered Nov 2:th, 18J0, and D in the special proceeding 't j ir::n; i the heira-at-law ol Cauweil Powell. entitled Clinton W. William a-i ' against Julia A. Willis and otL'-re. ' Ho. 555. SAM'L F. MOKhL'.'A- dec25-tds. Coo.:--- i".V'.. We start the ball rolling this year, in the way of bargains, by offering to you "The Bonanza" Blanket, which is an -K.lRA LAKGE double wool one for OE DOLLAR. The blanket is new and worth $2.00 of any man's money. We have also a complete stock of DRESS GOODS. PANT nT.nTR wpttv Hertford Maj. J. L. Anderson, d.. Win- CLOTH, LACES, EMBROIDERY, and in tact everything in the Dry Goods lirue you may wish for. Very respectfully, WOOLLCOTT & SON. Sale of Valuable Tract of Land Near Raleigh. On Monday, the 2nd day f February, 1S91 I will sell at public auction, at the Court aouse door in Raleigh, a valuable tract of land, situated im bwilt Creek township 4 miles southwest of Raleigh, and adjoining the lands of W. G. Upchurch'a Woodland larm W. H. J. Goodwin and others, containing 16$ acres. Said land is heavily timbered ana will be sold by virtue of an order of the Superior Court of tv'ake county, in an action entitled T. H. Brigga and others ex-parte, being a spe cial proceeding for sale of land lor partition etc. Terms ot sale: Une-half cask; balance in twelve months, with interest at 8 per cnt. Title reserved until purchase money ia Daid Time ot bale 12 M. Also a number of tewn lots, vacant and improved, for sale privately. T. H. BRIGGS, dec25-dta. Commiaaioner. BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. 129 and 131 Fayetteville St. NO. 305 : Fayetteville St.,: Raleigh, N. C. : : no. 305 : iFaye.tteville St.,: : Raleigh, N. C. : ton Hyde- Julian S Mann, d., Middleton. Iredell--J. B. Holman, Cool Spring; T. J. Williams, Mooresville; dems. Jackson O. C. Cowan, d., Webster. Johnston R. II. Gower, Clayton, C. F. Kirby, Selma, dems. Jones Samuel Hudson, d., Pollocksville. Lenoir Col. N. B. Whitlield, d., Seven iprins. Lincoln C L. Wilson, d., Reepsville. Macon J. Frank Kay, d., Franklin. Madison J. C. Pritcr.ard, r.; Marshall. Martin- J. B. Coiie'd, 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. Watkms, dem.; Mt. Uiiead. Moore W. P. M. Currie, d., West End .Nash J. B. Phillips; d.. Battleboro. New Hanover Geo. L. Morton, J. T. Kerr Wilmington, dems. ' Northampton R. B. Peebles, Jackson Dr. R. H. StanciU, Margaretteville' dems. ' Onslow E. L. Francks, d., Richlands. Orange - Nelson R. Hall, d., Caldwell In stitute. Pamlico James F.Brinson,d.,Grantsboro. casque tan k riugn uoie, (col.), E. city r. Penaer R. C. Johnson, d., Rhyne. ' Perquimans TUomas White,d., Hertford Person- Mai. J. T. Yancev. d.. (Jollipr Pitt Harry Skinner, Greenville, J. neuaua, uems. Polk A. B. Thompson, r., Saluda. D. GENUINE POLAND CHINA PIGS for sale. Ten dollars per pair. Single male eix dollars. Apply to &. . L. R. WYATT, dec3l-tf, ; ' Raleigh, N. O. Opposite the Postoffice 3D. S. WAITT AGENT Complete line of FINE CLOTHING. t Land Sale. By virtue of an order of Court of Wake county, ma I- rronpfH i n fs entitled J il Riley Privptt. executors of W.A f- ' . deceased, I will, on Monday, tr.? : of January, iS'Jl, at 12 o'clock .v.. 5 : Court House door of Wake cwS) the highest bidder for ca.-h the . described real e-tHte in Mri--. ' township, Wake coanty: M A land containing about V acre-. -p.". the lanos of John W Rhodt--, y-'--r- ,. . ett, Gastou Rhodes and other. - ., home place of ihe lat Wm. A. ceased. 2d. jUso two other adioininfr the above tract: oi.- -x " " acres, and the other about '-:7'-T lodging to the estate or Ti-c-"v . -x Rhodes, deceased, particular.';-.",;'., in above proceedings, and so.-- -executors to make real etate a----;..... first descrit-ed tract is .sold V1, c life estate of the widow of ,y ,:' deceased. W. N- ' '-"'.. decl'J-tds. Co:n: STOP AT THE f Moseley House, 124 FAYETTKVILLE bT., Raleigh, N'. C Newest styles Soft Hats, Silkjats, Stiff Hats. Perfect Fitting White Dress Shirts. Camel' Hair and All-Wooi NOVELTIES FOR THE HOLIDAYS IN Hosiery, Suspenders, Gloves, Neck wear, Collars, Cufls And Go and See hi, New Goods in hi8 New store . WAITT, Agt. m M V- Street fan ?::s lis Pro i.T.t li rrr firatiI-iS iiC'lt. fortable; our guest are carei . -to feel as if at homs. Reasonable K"1 50 Cents per Meal. Lodsi5 . w I tk 7 ih; UCI By Will make special rvs ; as we are near the C'ai'itol rooms. , r.-, The only Ladies' an l Ge--t-- Room in Raleigh. Anything serve 1 te ordt-r- A CAHI). VlvrirvviiTirV. C I-. hereby announce m--date for door keep 0I, ate of the next Jenerai of North Carolina. I a,"r Democratic party as n - j t.T -;. County Executive Comiuit , ,r re - wise or tne couniv ui , r-- 1 c - fifteen years, most of the tim c--ry of the Committee and m - Daien as its chairman, aui .vi-- ry of the Committee ot its most signal mui"--- ,:e u my party in the Senate " ft,, ,x most humble, vet hono.a promising a faithful pert duties? jj p.