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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, JULY 7, 1891;
4. f . 4 11. irg? part ot tne credit ior ail teat . .rtrw1 111 lwitll 111 n He is modest and unpretending to fault, almost shrinking from pub- teity of any kind notwithstanding he long years of service he has endered to the public. je own., nt; a:i js-ful fxaminatii )l'ton prize fo f r r A ft. t P mm. ... PHYSICIAN. Will. II. Cobb, Jr., Second As A A T 11 stant invsician. was Dorn in vcrettsville, near Goldsboro, Feb- X - m m v -mr m A uary za, ibo lie is a son ot )u. W. II. II. Cobb and Etta W. obb, who was a Miss Wright, ughter of Council R. Wright, "Wayne, county. A few years 2r his birth his father moved to Msboro and it was here that he ived his education, graduating the Graded and High School, ing firmly decided to make the tice of Medicine his chosen icssion he began its study under t father, Dr. W. II. II. Cobb, 1 in 1887-8 attended his first irse of lectures at the University f Maryland, in Baltimore. The xt session he spent at Jefferson !edieal College, in Philadelphis, We he graduated April 3d, 1889. j Returning to North Carolina he nt before the State Board of leuicai examiners at n.iizaoein ty, where, out of G9 applicants license to practise medicine in state, he passed the most suc- ion and won the for 1889. Going (JoMboro, Ills home, he assoeiat hinnclf with his father, Dr. pbb, and began the active practice liis profession. In September, )89, he was elected County Su- i' H on tW1 n he was iillinj; at the time of election as Second Assistant lysicuin 10 tiiei. u. insane Asy- h, March. 1891. In ls'.lO he joined the State Med- Soeirtv at its meeting in Ox- - 1 1 . 1 t . 1 ru, :i n i at tne meeunir oi me cictv this vear at Asheville he r . i i c . .r .. s i iau. en unnan oi xue seciu..ii Medical .lurisprudL'inv. and State 1 .roieinc. ':Du. Conn easily ?tands in the "Xt rank among the younger men his profession. He is held in h esteem both as a man and a jrsicitm in his native county of ayne, and his practice was stead j growing wh'?n he accepted the sition as Second Assistant Physi in at the Asylum. Here he has own himself competent and skill l, and enjoys the fullest confidence I his associates and the Board of jreetors. He is not only a studi s and skillful physician, but is as til a popular and genial gent le an of the loftiest integrity. The late h fortunate in securing his irviet'3 in a field where future nors await him. W. R. CRAWFORD, JR.,STE WARDS Mr. W. R. Crawford, Jr., wa, rn June 17, 18C2, near Raleigh mipleted the course in the Raleigh raled School, attended school at ray and Morson's, and in the year B79, entered Wake Forest College, hiree years later when at home on (visit to the State Fair, he receiv A a severe sun shot wound acciden- Uy, which confined him to his room r more than two years. Having ken a thorough course in book- ping, he engaged his time, dur his sickness, keeping books for s father, W. R. Crawford, one ot vdcishs oldest citizens and busi pss men. When gradually convalescing, he ianaged his' farm, and when well lough to go on crutches, returned the experienced business he prac- ped from his youth, trading and jahnir in stock, hides, etc. In the summer of 1888, he was gaged by Beerman & Cook, as cward of the Atlantic Hotel. orehead City, and in the year 89 was elected to the position he pw holds, Steward of the North Jirolina Insane Asylum. He has !ale a diligent and successful Jicer, and won the confidence of memhfrs of the Board who finer garden, better filled with every variety of vegetables, I never saw. In tho poultry and all other depart ments there was the evidence that a trained and knowing hand was in charge. Talking with a Direc tor recently, he paid a high com pliment to Mr. Crawford's man agement, saying that he did not believe any institution had a more competent "r useful officer. Every reader of the Chronicle will read with gratification that this institution is under such excellent management, and that the unfortu nate insane have the best . care and treatment. : J. D. Notice. Cedar posts for sale. Apply to tf. H. W. Jackson. M'h??re the Snow tfird Nest. For a cool place in summer; for health and recreation visit Linville, Grandfather Mountain, and the beautiful region surrounding them. THE Raw 6MDY. BerwaiiQer's GREAT SUIT SALE. S5. Berwanoer's GREA.T SUIT SALE. YEDHESDAY, JULY 8TH, Regular sales of real estate wrill commence in Linvilic on June 1st. Residence and business lots, and suburban sites ottered at private sale only. may-G-2-m. 66 Idlewild Lots 6 6 66 Idlewild Lots 66 66 Idlewild Lots 66 :o: HOT WEATHER CONFECTIONS. Orange Fruit Tablets. Strawberry Fruit Tablets. Lime Fruit Tablets. Acid Fruit Tablets. Lemon Fruit Tablets. . Banana Fruit Tablets. Ginger Fruit Tablets. Mint Tablets. II. H. Tablets. Palatable. Refreshing. 20 cents per pound. Special Bargains TO G10S6 out! 4' TAICE vs. 3'- NOTICE hlli in r 1 4 l M r nr QAiFM va L 39th Year. Health fal ruoinitain 'liraate. Choice of Courses for Decrees; Commercial Department; Library volumes; working Laboiator):'fO(v.l morals; live churches. Kxporses for 9 months $154 to fciU Loartl, fees, &c. ' Increasing patroua;.Te from, many States, Indian Territory, Mexico and Japan. North Carolina v.t-11 represented. Next ses sion le,ii:s eptein'iK'V h-th. Illustnited at.iloune and illustrated book about l-'aieni iree. Address. .Il ldUS U. DKKHKii. juneCO-iI'.v-liu President. Accoivllsj to previous announce ment, the lots now remaining unsold are this day withdrawn from private sale and will be Sold Without Reserve AT PUBLIC AUCTION -ON- WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. j . We are on the $ome stretch" with our Great $15 Suit Sale, lfs days are numbered - The many suits have dwindled away to but few, before the demands, .ef eager buyers. The end of this week will see tbe last one outvap45en if you are: unsupplied, a good opportunity will have beett rr4,o proctastiijation. The fearlessness of this offering struck the;radinb. They "beat about the bush" in their frantic endeavors,' itjo we?iW,: but "right is might." The grandest stock the skill of man aninake, and the nerve to break the prices are the two potent agencies tnat nave given it triumphant success. We are glad to see them going-lthat was our object in reducing them but we shall be sorry to see, disappointment overtake a single desire. Single and double breasted sacks, three and four-button cutaways, and a few single-breasted Prince Alberts suits that sold up to the announcement of this great sale at $25, $22.50, $20, and $18 your choice for $15. (vyJ A NECKWEAR WONDER. Fine Neckwear .can't stand the dust that will fly about during the ex tensive alteration' we are going to make during the next month. We have decided to close out every one on hand now, and you know our line. Watch the price,' we name. Any Scarf, Puff, or Four-in-hand that sold for $1.75, $1.50rnand $1.25, you can take now for Eighty-Nine Cents. Out-otdwn customers can send 89e. and get our best elee tion from this Choice Line of Neckwear. & m-i m mr Wm- tmW mmm r k. AND KHOLERA Zs IMJIIIUII. There are now 66 of these Lots UnsoTil. More than 100 Al ready Sold. around these and sold to people that you would be pleased to hare as neighbors. THE FUTURE I will sell within as short time as possible the stock of goods of the late D. S. Waitt, agent. This stock consists of Clothing, Straw Hats, Soft and Stiff Hots, ?rhite and col ored Dress Shirts, and everything kept in a gents' furnishing store. These goods must be sold, as the business is to be closed out entirely. Goods will be sold without re serve, and no goodi will be taken j back after being paid for and deliv ered. 11. V. WAITT. S. & D. Berwanger. D. T. Johnson, I FIRST WEEK. IT IS ft FACT ! -OF- IDLE- WILD re pnored him with a unanimous re ft ion at the last election of offi ;rs. Lnder his practical manage- le nt every interest of the institution . . . m lor his I care has been man aged in marked succes. Asaneviuence his sucross. I took a walk over J garden of the institution and a ALWAYS Promptly CUBED BY TtLYryDaviS PAIMLLEK NOW YOU YOUR SMALL BOY is assured. You run no risk in buying one of these lots. We have made it a rule to sell these lots only to desirable people, boon this will become the most beautiful and popular suburb that has ever been built up around this city MAT BS Ricked by a Mule, Bitten by a Yellow Doc Shot fcy a Toy Pistol, Hurt by a Base Ball, or Fall Down Stairs ' BUT THIS Old and Reliable Remedy will make him aa GOOD AS NEW. taii0rmt,t. IT KILLS PAIN. Can Buy ANTi- CEPHAL- ALGINE CURES HEADAOEIB (agent.) nolesale Dealer in Lemons, Chickens, Oranges, Eggs, Bananas, Butter, Cabbage, ;( Peanuts, NEW RIVER MULLETS, ETC. Consignments solicited. Quick sales and prompt returns. . Families supplied with best N. C. Hams, Sugar-Cured Hams, E. C. Shoulders, Bacon Sides, Best Leaf Lard, Best Country Vinegar. Best Fancy Patent Flour, Water-ground -xdted meal, Sugars, Teas, Coffee, Fresh Country Butter, . Fresh Canned Goods, Cakes, Crackers, Etc. At Rock Bottom Prices. Your Orders Solicited. Free aiid Prompt Delivery. XBest 5c. Cigar, Leading Brands Chewing Tobacco, Cut Plug, Mail Pouch and Tar Heel Smoking Tobacco. D.T. JOHNSON, Agt, KALEIGII, N. C. Mr. C. E. Hel ton, Druggist, Greensboro, N. C: "I have failed to find a SINGLE case that Antice phalalgine has failea to cure." A N D Mr. C. D. Benbow, Bec'y X. C. Steel & Iron Co., Greeus- bor", says ; 4 Its use proved entirely satisfactory in re moving the ache in a remarkably short time, not to exceed fifteen minutes in either case." OF McGEE & MOSELEH Grand Mid-Season Merchandise Movement. Dont miss our Big sale of Shoes and Slhti:ks ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. SpSee Locals. McGee & Moseley. 129 and 131 Fav ti i'l street. Application for Bids For the Agrricn'tnral Mechanical College for the Coiored Race. :x he liesislature has made it the dutv of the Board of Trustees of the A. & M. 1 College for tho CLored Race to locate said institut ion, and has authorized the Board of Trustees to receive donations in land, money or other property for the establishment of said institution. Cities, towns or localities dosiring that the "Agricultural find Mechanical Col lege for the Colored Race" shall be located in their midst will please send the undersigned sealed propositions of any offer they desire to submit to the Board of Trustees, who will meet at the office of Pace v Holding, in Ral eigh, on the 26th dav ot August, lvl, at"10 a. m., to consider bids for the location of said institution. W. H. PACE, Presd't Board of Trustees. june2o-2m at low unices. For the same property you will soon have to pay double what cost you. - The sale will begin at 4 o clock p. m, Wednesday, July 8th. EVERY LOT OFFERED WILL BE SOLD. There will be no by-bidding, and no tricks about this sale. The lots offered will be sold to the highest bidder. No such Opportunity Was ever Before offered To Raleigh People. THE PROPERTY IS GOOD. THE SURROUNDINGS GOOD. YOU SHALL NAME THE PRICE. J. M. BROUGHTON & CO., Sale Agents. ?Ter Akers, Auctioneer. 6-20-tf. IN FIFTEEN MINUTES BY YOUR WATCH. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST. 6-2-d&w-ly. Merchants' Tax. HEALTH, REST : AND All merchants are required to liet their purchases under Schedule B for the pre vious eix months on the first of July. This sobedule refers to liver j stablemen, carnage dtivera and liquor dealers and all parties engaged in civil like business. Register of Deeds. junc30 lw ASBURY PARK, N. J. TRBMONT HOUSE. Accommodates 300. Best location in Park. Ocean view from every -window. White help. Orchestra by sea son. Comfortable rooms and superb, table. Rates $10 to $13 weekly. SAM'L B. McINTYRE, july2-tf Proprietor. GOOD WATER. Mt. Vernon Springs, Chatham tountv. Under New Management. f This resort is now open, and many changes are. being made" for th comfort and pleasure of the guests. Some of the pleasures of this delightful resort are its Ten-pin Alley. Croquet Grounds, Ball-room, String Band, New Piano. If you want to have a good time, go to this st. aerine point. Fish ermen will find excellent waters near-by in which large fish abound. lerms: $1.50. to $2.00 per day. $7.00 to $10.00 per week. $25.00 per month. Special rates for families and ministers. For additional information, address, ! ( J. D. mJIE, Proprietor, 7, Mt. Vernon Springs, North Carolina. For the "Water of Life," address all ordet to J. M. Fou?t, Owner, REWARDS Are reaped by Agents who sell the rjooular Pixie ook Book. Twelve hundred pages of val uable information upon every house hold sublet tor $2.7o. wot terms aa I dress THE DIXIE COOK BOOK, juy7-wlt Charlotte, N. C. Mt. Vernon Springs, N. C. jun2-2m. J. L. Busbee, ARTIST. Important to Taxpayers. Will accept orders for oil portraits ?ain ed from lite? or phoiograpn. . STUDIO: No-108 West Harget' Street. esun-tU The time prescribed bv law for list ing County and State Taxes expired Tuesday, June 30th, but, the books will be kept open until Saturday, July 4th, 7 p. m.. when they will be closed finally, and all whose names do not appear thereon, will be returned as unlisted, subject to the penalties of the law. There will positively be no further extension of time, and this notice is final. w. K. WOMBLK. C. S. LAMIiKTH, List Takers Kaleigh Towcship. july24t.