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East- i - em Club has held, in a very able opin ion, that the famishing of intoxicating liquor by an incorporated social club to the members thereof, for a price fixed by its regulation, and paid by the member upon rec.ipt of the liquor is a "violation of a local option law though no actual profit accrues to the club. The courts sites with approval, among other cases, States vs. Locklear decided by the Su preme court of North Carolina 95 N. C. - THE (iEORCilA RAILROAD COMMISSION. (From the State Chronicle. .Tune 13th, '90.) Replying to the inquiry of a corre spondent, the New York Sun refers to the effort on the part of the people of Texas to establish a railroad commission, and says: "They have had before them the ex amples of Iowa, Georgia and Kansas, in which the paternal regulation of the railroads has proved so disastrous rounding the old Cameron ho Bestead j was thrargd with visitors from tar aa near, representing every grade ia so ciety. Tbe Governor of the State and his staff were there, and distinguished men and women from various towns; a:.I with the numerous cultivated branches of the Cameron family, the many friends and tha neighbors from town and country, they presented au imposing assemblage. iiot less striking was the presence of many of the former slaves of the family, some of whom came from a distance to express once more their attachment to "Old Master." "I had nineteen hundred of them in my bands,'' said Mr. Cameron once, "and I never was ashamed to look one of them in the face after they were freed. I fed them, clothed them, lodged them well and t rented them in all things well as far as I couid know.'' They filed two and two into the parlor where he lay to take the last look at the well remembered face. Majestic in death Mr. Cameron looked, surrounded with fragrant flowers ami floral emblems, and with the family portraits looking down on him from the walls those of Judge Cameron and Judge lluffin each representing a much younger man than he who had latest joined them in that other world. But for the pailor of Death on that once ruddy countenance, he looked himself in detp repose, his white hair curling round the ample fore head, stamped with that seal of won drous pence which is the last farewell of the soul to its companion. Mr. Cameron was fully the peer of any of the great men with whom he was connected and associated through life. A progressive, far-seeing and successful planter, faimer and business man, had he been free to choose any other pro fession he would have been equally dis tinguished and successful in that. In top of the tree was his place, whatever the tree. The law was the object of his early ambition, but he was compelled to turn from it and assume the duties of a great land holder in various States, the guardian of many and varied interests, the head of a large family connection, the master of many slaves. To all this he applied himself diligently, and brought to the work all the resources of a weil C'lnvited intellect, a sound judg ment, a liriu temper and a sagacity and shrewdness in animating men and affairs which came to him by rijht of his Scotch descent. His conversation, was full STATE OHIiOJSflOIiSJ, T-H-TJKSO-6-, JANUARY 15. WoollcGtt&Son, till k lis PONDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High est of all in leavening strength. U- S. Government Report, Aug. 17, iS89. I WW Wll !i CO. to the material interests of the State, and they are not likely to repeat so costly &n of interest, weighty, pithy, and studded with shrewd savings that might have passed iuto proverbs. He had a fine scorn of luxury, of self indulgence, of M extravagance in any shape. "No peo error. To whieh the Atlanta Constitution makes the following answer: "We are not familiar with the workings of the railroad commission of Iowa and Kan sas, but with respect to the results of the Georgia commission, we are pre pared to sy very emphatically that the Sun ia ill-advised with respect to the disastrous effects of the railroad com mission in Georgia. The Sun is a news paper that cannot afford to make such f A A 4 1 . 1 ..... . i ? 4 I . mistakes in us eanonai columns, ana n by Mr. Cameron, apart cannot afford to allow them to cro un- domain In the church corrected. The Georgia railroad commission was organized in 1877, and since that time the material interests of tbe State have been developed to a greater extent than over before, and in railway development Georgia has led the South. It is not necessary to claim that the commission is responsible for the wonderful material development of Georgia, or for the large additions to tho railroad Mileage of tbe State, but the facts show that the rail road policy of Georgia has not in any sense been an obstacle to the develop ment of the State in any direction. On the other hand, it has prevented unjust discrimination against communities and individuals, and has saved to the peo ple thousands of dollars. Meanwhile the roads have prospered and are pay ing dividends right along." PAUL C. CAMERON. Special Cor. State Ciironicle.1 Chapel Hill, Jan., 10. They who attended the funeral services of the late Paul Carrington Cameron at Hillsboro OUR ANNUAL l E. ilArt rL STREET. There was much excite ment over the Speakership of the House of Represent atives yesterday, ana mere is still as mucn escitemeni over the bargains at WOOLLCOT?S. We have on hand a lot of remnants that we are going to dispose of reasonably, such as Ginghams. Ualico, Satine, Bed-ticking, Jbian nel, Canton F annel and Dress Goods. We have just received a lot of Lace Uurlains bought at a closing out sale, Irom 05c. to S4.00 a pair, some thing to suit everybody's fancy and purse. Call and see them. Our Towels, Napkins and Comforts are the cheapest on the market. Housekeepers can find all kind of utensils for their culinary department at WOOLLCOTT & SON'S, No. 14 East Martin St. PLE SO POOR A3 THOSE WHO ARE ALWAYS wanting something," be would say with an accent on the last two words equal to a whole sermon on the subject, mak mc one reel ashamed of desiring even necessaries. Eight of his old servants were uni iormea with white and oiack weepers and detailed to bear the colhn to th hearse, and to and from the Episcopal cnurcn wnicn stands on grouoa given irom his own these men sat wich the gentlemen who acted as hon orary pall-bearers, no distinction of seat allowed. Death is the great leveller, but this kindly admission of sympathy and simplicity of action are strong char acteristics of the old Southern regime in its best aspects. He was laid among his kindred in the church-yard surrounding the church where repose many of his lifelong friends and neighbors the KuffiDs and Jones's and Hills and miny another good and honored name. Over this noble old gen tleman of Scottish blood should have been sounded the pibroch, and some wild gathering lament of the Highlands over the chief of the Cameron clan. "Like the dew on the mountain, Like the foam on the river, Like the bubble on the fountain, Thou art gone, and forever !" When the last ceremonies were ended we walked through the old town of Hillsboro to the Presbyterian church and stood by Graham's grave. Around him there many another representative man is lying. Hillsboro is a most inter esting place. Prominent in Revolution ary days and fall of historic annals, it has been for several generations the chosen home of very many of the best and most distinguished men and women in North Carolina. The tone of society has always been maintained at high water mark, for the women have been CLEARING SALE, dissolution. The corartnershio heretofore existing be tween Job. P Wyatt and Philip Taylor, trad Tliia vonv mir Tonnfirv M"S as Wyatt Taylor, is this day dissolved Clearing: Sale Will, in many accounts will remain with Job P. Wyatt, Tfsrirta lr mnroflian 7n All parties indebted will please come for . , ward and settle, as tbe bus ness must be remarKaoie, Having maue dosed. job p. wyatt. Drenaratimis for morft eold philiptaylor weather than we have had. It leaves us this late in the season with lines of goods upon which we have made wholesale reductions rather than carry them over. This reduction sale wTill he a noteworthy event of w hich much micrht he said uiu space permit However, job P. WYATT & BROS.. ouiy Klve a Esucceosora io WYATT & TAYLOR, No. 15 East Martin Street and 1C Ex change Place. I Lave this day sold my interest in the busi ness ol Wyatt Taylor to aiessrs. jod r. Wyatt & Uros. In retiring from the firm I re turn my thanks and appreciation to my mends and the pubh lor their liberal pat ronage to the old lirm, and I cheerfully com mend the new firm as worthy of your esteem and patronage. PHILIP rAYLOli. jana-40d. TI FIRST HOUSE BILL NO. 219 FAYETTEVILLF ' :o: - i ArvD Ufi ix jlauxjlxf, mat uciui o warm rays Ol & rprn.,- barriers to genue spring, everv vesuge oi tn winter must be m. 11 "tali it L vcin w v, j v a uw vuii j niwifc 1 1 U 111 0)6 e I Our newlawftayi Th. r. ... i striving diligently lor dollars, but the Jove of gam shall never wean aiotiiru of duty. What is to be dene shall be done at once. Now, while tr ni U ered to a snaaowy puiance uuanues tnai are uiants in th. w,v.n . T".' ttre r.,, it t-. t 1 1 xr;i- rM.v.: . "u'iuui lii,..,.'..ti. XOU oave aiuiiev uii an iuuwi luuuiug. uur new IaV hH a re Ex- .! nuuiltu -:o:- -GREAT REDUCTION IN MEN'S SUITS GREAT REDUCTION IN MEN'S SUIT?" GREAT REDUCTION IN OUTFIS' rn GREAT REDUCTION IN BOYS' fcl'lTS GREAT REDUCTION IN OYERCOAIS SUIT; :o:- ALL SIZES, AT LOW PRICES WEEK 0.LJ Arm T1 Tl r 1 . T . TT. ausni a nap j?uiy ijozen rmesttngiisn rercale Shirts tLr extra cuffs go with each shirt. Color warranted; every one is wort lor this week is 89c. Bee Window Display. ' ' - Our :o:- SEE OUR BARGAINS IN GLOVES, SILK AND CASHMERE MUFFLERS UNDERWEAR &C. ' We are Cutting and Slashing Prices right and left until everv i begone. ' o 0 -?-r f. dec7-tf. . S. & D. BERWANGER. SPECIAL PRICES -roB- here we will general announcement, and, for special notices, see local columns of this paper. W. H. & It. S. TUCKER & CO., Raleigh, N. 0. Binsham School. THIS WEEK The Spring Half Term of 1891 Opens We have this day formed a copartnership under the firm name of Job P. Wyatt & Bros., and will continue the business of Grocers, Uommiaeion Merchants and nailers in Hav. Mill Feed and all kinds of Feed Stuffs. Agri cultural Implements &e., and we solicit the patronage of the public. JOB P. WYATT; E. S. WYATT. P. T. WYATT. Jan. 2, 1891. (jan33m) LADIES' WRAPS, CHILDREN AND INFANTS' CLOAKS. BLANKETS, COMFORTS, Address MA J. R. BINGHAM, Bingham School, IS. C. jan5-D&W-lm. on tho 8th inst., were witnesses of a very impressive scene, the memory of influential, and no town can furnish finer which they should cherish, for the like of it North Carolina will never see again. Mr. CameroQ was the last of oar great slaveholders, and was himself a very remarkable man. He united in his own personality all the bast associati ms, memories and influences of Southern life for fifty years before the war with all that has marked its best development and upward progress since, and for many years he has been a central figure in the State. It was fitting that the ceremonies of last Thursday should be numerously at tended and marked with dignity, pro priety and a certain unostentatious state liness. One of the parties in attendance left Chapel Hill at half-past six that morning. The eastern iky was flushing crinson. Over that glowing horizon hung the waning moon, a slender silver crescent, examples of feminine accomplishmen grace and goodness. The outward look of Hillsboro has greatly changed within twenty five years, but the hills round about still raise their wooded crests, and the Eno still flows softly. C. P. S. Epoch. The transition from long, lingering ana painrui sickness to robust health marks an epoch in the life of the indi vidual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory, and the agency whereby the good health has been at tained is greatfully blessed. Hence it is that so much is heard in praise of Elec tric Bitters. So many feel they owi their restoration to health, to the use of tne Great Alternative and Tonic. If vou are troubled with any disease of the Sid neys, Liver or Stomach, of lone or short and above the moon the well appointed standjnR. will surely find relief by mornUfr Star snone with tcn ar lnstrn. " ut w" umois. oom at, ouc. ana The trembling fires of night still stud ded the sky. As wo sped over the rough, frozen, rrcky Orange county road toward Hillsboro, so often travers ed by niM, our minds were full of him, and our conversation turned frequently upon his character and his labors for the University, as Chapel Hill has viewed them during tne last hfteen years. Ur. Cameron's well known devotion and loyalty to the State University, his frequent presence here, especially dur ing the building of Memorial Hall, his punctual attendance at the public exer cises and business meetings of the Uni versity have very much endeared him to this town, and given him great pre-mi-ntnee and personal importance here. "Has Mr. Cameron come ?" was the question. "Yes, I've seen him driving in." "Well then, commencement will go on." He set us a fine example of well-directed and energetic activity in the path ofdut. Not slothful was he in busi ness, nor uould he endure sloth in others. Devotion to duty and the preservation of our honored name and a stainless in tegrity were his guiding principles. "Look well upon him," we would say; "it takes eighty years to build such a man, and eighty years before that of good ancestry, good influences and good blood," The wide and beautiful park sur- $1 00 per bottle, at DrnastoTfl John Y. MacRae's R LEIGH AND GASTON HAILROAD. in effect .Sunday , Dec. 7th, 1820. TBAJXS MOYTJiCJ H03TH. No. 34. Pass. Daily Leaye Haleigh 5 00 pm Mill Brook 3 15 Wake 5 39 Franklinton... . 6 01 Kittrell 6 19 Henderson 6 3G Warren Plains 7 14 Macon 7 12' Arrive Weidon 8 SO p m TBAIXS MOVING SOUTH. No . 41. Pe9. and Mail. Daily ex. Sun. Lea? e Weidon 12 15 pm Macon 1 13 Warren Plain 1 20 p ro Henderson 2 22 Kittrell 2 39 Franklinton 2 56 Waks 3 17 Mill Brook S 40 Ariv, Baleigh 5 55 LOUISBDRG. No. 38. Pbs. & Mail Daily ex. Sun 11 25 a m. 11 41 12 05 p m 12 26 12 44 1 00 1 S9 1 46 2 45pm No 45. Daily Pass 6 00 a m 7 06 7 15 7 53 8 11 8 29 S 50 9 15 9 SO ft m Le'v. EAEIGH AND AUGUSTA AIR-LINE JJ R. In effect Sunday, Dec 7th, 1890. GOINtt SOUTH. No. 41. Passenger & Mail. Raleigh, 4 00 p m Oary, 4 17 &Ierry Oaka. . 4 54 Moncure, 5 05 danford 5 28 Cameron 5 54 p m Houth'n Pines 6 21 Ar'ive Hamlet, 7 20 leave " 7 40 n m Ghio, 7 59 Arri' Gibsop 8 15 t m GOING NORTH. No. 38. Passenger & Mail. neave urioson, y uu a.m. Freight A Passenger o 3o a m 9 20 11 23 12 10 1 80 3 20 5 35 8 10pm No. 4. Freight & Passenger All l-S - "TV "La 2.00 r0R Udifs &00 UH Bnve A. -"in LAP ROBES. :o:- Many Thanks i n rmr frm.,?., i d - l-H'uir uu ait,o ask me same. OurreHolntionsfor tie r,T oe Known as the Ch t II. Raleigh. We have opened sr .m? .v , . Ladies' and Genth" Kuii Ul '. - wuui, merino ana cotton- a' Hosiery, Corsets, Handbr.-, els, .Napkins and Jewelry. opened some reil Bargain Furnishing Goods, Ha a-T Collars, Cuffs, Ties, Sea' ' penders. " " We have made Spec-la! ' . you in our DRESS (iOul s ' ; MENT on all Staple I.rv'ii T Notions. Our prices will yu Come and see our Spuial : 11.25 Counterpanes. It is useless to mvl-.r. everybody knows SEPAI.K'i place to ave monev c M.ft Tbi G1 qua: Till I i Capes, Muffs and Boas. :o: BARG 1INS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. 129 and 131 Fayetteville St. HOLIDAY GOODS! WHOLESALE OR RETAIL AT- S2ULAS 0. T. JOHNSON, Ag't. m and other special- w " Ohio, 7 18 Arriv Hamlet, 7 38 Leave " 8 00 5 00 am Southern Pines 8 58 7 40 Cameron, 9 25 8 55 Sanford, 9 52 , 10 35 Moncnre, 10 16 12 10 Merry Oaks 10 26 12 50 Cary, 11 01 2 45 Raleigh 11 20 a m 3 20 a m W. O IS 1 and other epeclal- m ft, M r ties for Gentlemen. t mm Ladies, etc., are war ranted, and so stamped on bottom. Address W. Li. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Maes. Sold by HELLER BROS.. 134 Fayetteville St., Sole Aajrrs for Raleigh, N. C. ian2-6m. CARTHAGE RAILROAD. Leaie Carthage 8:00 a. m. and 3:45 p m. Arrive Camerou 8:35 a. m. and 4:20 p. m. Leave Cameron 9:35 a. m. and 6 00 p. m. Amy Car tha;e 10:00 a. m. and 6:35 p.m. PITTSBORO ROAD. Leave Pittsboro 9.10 a. m. and 4 00 p m. Arrive Moncnre 9:55 a. m. and 4 45 p m. Leave Moncnre 10:25 a.m. and 5:10 p m. Arri. Pittsboro 11:10 a. m.. and 5:55 p m: J. C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager. L. T. MYERS, Gen'l Supt. Wk. SMITH. Supt CAPE FEAR & YADKIN VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. In effect Angnat 18th, 1896. NORTH ROUND. No. 3. Daily ex Sunday. No. 1. Daily ex Sunday. Lv Wilmington. 9 00 a m Ar Fayetteville. 12 25 p m Lv Favetteville.12 50 p m Lv Sanford 2 22 pm Ar Greensboro. 5 00 p m Lv Greensboro. 5 10 p m Lv Walnut Cove 6 '62 pm Ar Mt Airy 8 p m Lv Bennettsville t Maxton Lv Mai ton rajcuevme il 10 a m Lv Ramseur Ar Greensboro Lv Greensboro Ar Msdison '" No. 15. Daily ex Sunday. 8 20am 9 35 a m y o a m 6 50 a m 9 25 a m 10 10 a m 12 30 p m No. 16. Daily ex Sunday. Leave Louisbunj at 7 35 a.m., and 2.03 p m. Arrive at Franklinton at 5.10 a m and 2.35 12.30; p m, and 6.0G p m Leavei Franklinton at p m. Arrive at Louisburg at 1.05 m and 6.40 p m. JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager. L. T. MYERM, Gen'l Supt. 8 WM. SMITH, Superintendent. SOUTH BOUND. No. 2. No. 4. Daily ex Daily ex Sunday. Sunday. Lv Mt. Airy 6 00am Ar Greneboro.. 9 20 a m Lv Greensboro.. 9 50am ...!! Lv Sanford 12 19pm l!."..! Ar Fayetteville. 150pm ".".!!" Lv Fayetteville. 2 15pm " Ar ilmington. 5 45pm Lv Fayetteville Ar Maxton Lv Maxton iui.uii:uu . m ....... 1 OA Ar Greensboro ipm " . wvuauWr ........ 9jr Ar Ramseur . p m uwpm w. L. KYLE, Gen'l Passenger A?enf J. W. FRY, Gen'l Manager. 8 3 30 p m 5 20 p m 5 30 p m Gooding's Ointment. uuiauuuui lue amu. neneves itchine aftfir shaving and will cure barbers' itch Tf Vt bed on at noon, night and mornine it ni eorenesa Mas proven excellent for sore nin pere. This is an article of merit ri!j -P Trial. On .ale at tk. drug eSln SdiJlJ Inter-States Life Associa tion, Staunton, Va. Financial Exhibit, Dec. 31, 1890. ASSETS. T- 1 . rsonaaand Mortgages 543 09 62 riuperty 861 76 Accrued Interest 614 04 Cash on band and in Bank 9,135 46 1,000 LBS. PLAIN AND FANCY CANDY. 1,000 lbg. New Crop English Walnuts, Al- mondB, Brazils, Filberts, Ac. &. 1,000 COCOANUS.Fine andLarg. Big Lot California London Layer RAISI 2ST S. Florida- Oranges NORTHERN AND N. C. APPLES 50 Fancy N. C. Peanuts, &c.t 4o BOXES BOXES FIRE Crackers. $53,704 88 Liabilities None. -octt5 utcemner ist, lsy 47,N81 59 Ateis uecemDeraist, lgyo 53,704 88 Gain fnr iftfi . - l r y t Death Losaes paid to date 150.514 40 xvcBeLiuuy suDmiueu, GEO. C. JORDAN. janl3-3t Secretary. BOXES BOXES Dailt CoXSiaXMEXTS of 50 Sale of House and Lot. i,0ltheJ?th day of February, 1891, at the Court Houe door of WaXe county, at 14 O'ClOCK m.. I Will SPll trth Vi 5 cr A rter for cash a house and lot in the citv of xmiciftu, xi. v . sn uaw; on C3 rsiount street and begins at Churchill Harris' smrf, w v vu. T VOL corner and runs with his line 127 feet to a st&eln .H:frris' line, thence south with the Harris line 126X feet to Bledsoe's avenue, thence west with said avenue 127 j-cco w jaiuuuti Btreet, tnence north with said street 126 feet to the beginning T,lX?Iy0l a mortgage from "cuo auu ji.iiaoetn Keaves to S P Pennington, Book 84, page 316, Register's . A W.N.JONES, janl3-tds. Attorney for Mortgagee. APPLES, BANANAS, ORANGES, CABBAGE, a u.l acj a, vmuit.euB, JLgga, uuuer, Birds. Ac, fco., received. LOW TO THE TRADE. - 11 you nave anvthmsr tm nhin tr ihim . ., 1 . . . . J f -V - marjtei wrue to me lor prices and hw to ship. D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't, 16 Habgett Bt W. G. SEPAKK, AGL, dec5-m i i I r l'i r ! artinS: Land friW. By virue of an or'Vr of Court of Wake c- nn' v. -i h- : j proceedings, entiilt-il J 1: Kiley Pnvett, execiuiso! u .; - decrased, I will, on Monday, :. : : -of January, U-'Jl, at 1 oY.m x V. t Court House door of Vk" -. the hiebest b'ddt-r f rt!i tt.f f . f. described rtiil e-tu- u: towns ip. V:;ke c..: i . A .:. ' land containing abo.;t - ho-, h'.. the ln( s of Jonn W Ki.o- i; -y ; ett, Gasro-i Hhodt-s and o:L- r- '-v.;-home place of he law 'A m a I; ceased. 21. Also two o'l.t-r . adjoining the abovf tri ! a acres, and the otht-r u!-'it '.acr;. v.' lodging to the estntc of ".:: Rhodes, deceased, pirtkuliv- -.:. in above proceeding 'i : ' executors to make rtv.1 1?'.- ;- -first described tract is po1! m. ' life estate of the widu w of a r deceased. W. N ' N" decl9-tds. ( j::.: - Notice of Incorporation Haleigh Spring lU d Oj Phoxk 28- NO. 305 Fayetteville St,: Raleigh, N.O. : : NO. 305 : Fayetteville St.,: : Raleigh, N. C. : - Opposite the Postofllce i STOP AT THE - Moselev House, 124 FAYETTEVILLE ST., Raleigh, N. C. Slrest Cars Pass tis Door Eierj 20 Kintes, Everything first-elass, eat, clem and com fortable; our guests ar cared for and sad. to fl as if at Lies. Reasonable Rates. 60 Cents per Meal. Lodging 50 Ct $1.50 to $2.00 peV Oay" ' B-Will make special rates to Lawyers as we are near the Capitol and Snpreae LUtI rooms. The only Ladies' and Gsntlsaen's Dinimff Room in Raleigh. Anything served to order. (yl7-tf) GENUINE for sale. male six dollars. dcjl-tf. POLAND CHINA PmQ Ten dollars per pair. Single n.ppiy 10 L. R. WTATT, Raleigh, N. O. REDUCTION IN PRICE TO IESeclxxce tocli IT T 5 . FINE CLOTHING. OVERCOATS, FROOK AND CUT AWAY 8UITS. 8TRAIQH T AND ROUND CUT SACK 8FIT. rouble and Kingle-Breasted, wkich will e sold for less than value to reduce stock preparatory to spring purchase. k LAMB STOCK OT Nekwar, Hosiery, Gloves, as peaders, Ac, AT Tbrt Loir Jiqwebs. . 8. WAITT, ASt. For Sal A LOT OF . GOOD, DRY PINE WOOD At Roar. E. Pabham1! Stables. del9.lax th- ; tfl I'-' North Carolina, akeCoun:y. s Notice is hereby given that iesued letters dcclriij2 F. O M r : Pool, and J. N. Holding tte.r a and successors, ft con-ora:; v y name and style of "KitleLh Spring Co.,'r for the puri-o- the articles of agreement H-'-'y r corporation which have hn r corded in this ol!ice with ' and powers under Chapter of North Carolir., and Ir-v ' thereof. , The business propo.-M to . e said Corpo; ation : 1. As its main rusines-, 'vy manufacturing. Imyin, t changing spring beds, nm'. '- steel wire, orac.inbiiia:opo: " -wire with any otfier ine'ai, terial: the makiitir. buji:.if. exchanging be 1 -prir. chair-snrintrs. and ail snrin made out of mptRl nr nthpr materia ing, selling, snd excha:., made out of wire or ar;j 1 2. As its secondary bi:v' buying, selling, i-' tX"r -steads, mattre.-s-.-j, chairs, desks, book-ca-it i anu kinds of hou.se, .'-r ture, together witi any a articles made out or a o . and other metals or mac hination of any or all c: wnnH nr nthpr materia ! will !. At. or near tve Wake County, N. C. . , The capital stock of " five thousand dollars, u: hundred shares of fifty f' privilege to inerea.-e the one hundred thousand . nn( of thp stockhol-.e'- tarsof said corporal 10:1 he liable for any debt, contra'---lifthilitv nr ommis.-iou or to n said corporation. tt?( ,m Clerk Superior Court Jan. . ISM). c:tj 0. 0. - PEi INSTITUTE, KalelgH v.c Ths Mth year lt ISth year of ttb 0 Baumahic, who neeus ; r d&tion anywhere 1 ; jj:.-;. continue aa And Miss E. O ;T0r. sed. irho?e -7... ue to preside over tte r f IS Adorer- the faculty her department. .TAMES DIXW (University of Virginia) rc- . ft d-w-tf