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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, 'JULY 7, 1891.
COL PEIE Uffi S ARRIVED Hffi.'. Don't WmZ M-Wntonr2. with your Blood. He is Readv to Give Bargains in Raleigh Dirt. t WEDNESDAY IS THE DAY OF SALE! Tliere Are Sixty-Six Remaining Lots of Qui Idlewild Property Which "Will Be Sold Wednesday. Col. Peter B. Akers, of Knox rillc, Tenn., L3 in the city. He is here to conduct the big sale of Idlewild lots on Wednesday of this week. Col. Akers is widelv known as the finest hind auctioneer in the South. "We are glad our people will have an opportunity of hearing him.- 1 This, sale is a very important matter to our city. It is the first time such a thing Las been attempt ed in Ilaleigh, and fortunately made very desirable by putting it in pro ppr shape and selling privately over UbM the lots to our best citizens. Those who invest there now invest 011 a certainty of a good communi ty. Idlewild is only five block from the capitol, and within one to two blocks of some of the best residence property in the city. And there is every reason to hope that New Berne avLiiue running by it will be paved from the capitol to the Na tional Cemetery by the National Government. In fact there is a bill now before Congress for that pur pose and recent advices from some of our Congressmen give grounds for hA ;ving the appropriation will mad j by the next Congress. This has been done in mrtny Southern cities and will no doubt be done here. Negotiations are also pend ing for the running of the Electric Cars through the property. If these things succeed these lots will imme diately b;:'oine very valuable. L't our young ivn of small means in vest in tlj 'se lots. The terms will be verv ity nnd vour monev will work fW you while you are asleep. Put your money in dirt, and ltal eigh dirt is the very best at this time. 8.8.8. C.in;i), July ( At ;j o'clock this morning a northwestern freight train struck a street car on the Hoc!: well stre t crossing and in jured five of th? passengers. All is quiet with regard to the second Battle of Guilford Court House. .AVe will hope that no stone will mark the spot of that unhappy conflict. Bargains -AT WooilcoiUc Son's. 2,000 yards best quality shirting prints fc. yd., worth 7c. 1,000 pra. Ladies, Misses and Children's Slippers from 68c. to $1.50 per yard. 300 parasols 50c, GOc. and 75c, wortli 75c, $1,00, and $1.25. Ladies' and Misses' Ribbed Vest, 10c. each. 0,000 t prs. Mifes-.-s black Ribbed Hose, 10c. A new line of towels, napkins, and table lined. White Lawns, Nansooks and other white goods. A new line of Va3sar Sailors at 30c, 50c, and GOc Delay is dangerous In sick ness; it is especially hazardous In diseases of the Blood. Cor ruption breeds corruption; and mild cases, if neglected, develop Into incurable chronic disorders. is a safe, speedy and sure cure for all contagious blood ed Scrofula, Skin Eruptions, and has cured thousands or cases of Cancer. It is a powerful tonic for deli cate persons, yet is harmless and incapable of injuring the most sensitive system. A treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed f&ek on appli-cation. Druggists Sell It. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE -OF- Goods - and - Millinery. FANCY ORGANDIES, Former Price 15c to 25c. Now 10c. GOOD QUALITY OF SHIRTING CALICO, 5c. AVhite Embroidered Hemstitched Flouncings. Former price GCc. Now 35c yd. Ladies' and Misses' Swiss Ribbed Vests, At 10c. The Best 50c. Corset in the city. All of our Millinery Goods will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices in order to clase. Come Quickly and Secure Choice Hargains. Hew York Millinery Bazaar, 211 FAYETTEVILLE STREET Peace Institute, RALEIGH, K. C. o o o THI SECOND TEKM BE.3IN& ill OK BAY, JAK. I9TIJ, o- o o Addbess JAS. DINWIDDIE, M. A., Of Uaiv. of Virginia, lUXiKIQH, N. C. Mountain Park Hotel, HOT SPKINGS, X. C. Under Entire New Atanagement. This charming resort in the moun c ains has been leased for a term of years. Modern in all appointments. Table md service unexcelled. Kooms good size and well furnished. Natural hot water baths in marble pools are luxu rious. Amusement for the pleasure seeker; rest for the over-worked; health for the invalid. For ci rculars and rates, address W. F. KOSS, unl0-3m. Proprietor. Leach & Andrews, ioe Manufacturers, -AND ,: WHOLESALE AND Retail Dealers. MAIN OFFICE: 235 1-2 Wilmington St. RETAIL DEPOTS: V 237 Fayetteville St. 20 West Hargett St. FACTORY: West Street, Footjo - uHr gett Street. Ice in Car-Load Lois V AT Lowest Prices. FIRST GRAND Auction Sale of Lots, -A-t 3D-u.rtLa.ro., 1ST. O., July 7th, 8th and 9th, 1891. EXCURSION TICKETS AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES FOR THE IROTJnSTO TRIP Will be on Sale at all the Stations of the Richmond and Danville, Lynchburg and Durham and Durham and Northern Railroads. The Lots Will be gold At Auction Without Reserve. No Prices or Limit put on Lots Advertised for his Sale. the TERMS LIBERAL THAT ALL CAN BUY. Descriptive Oatolog-ues, Maps and all other- information, luroshed free on applicat ion to R. H. WRIGHT, Sec,y &. Treas. Durham Consolidated JLaad Sc Improvement Co. J-S. CARR? PRESIDENT. A.B.ANDREWS, vice-president. may21-dtwlia. EE: UP WITH THE TIMES. We are constantly adding new type, new machinery, new styles, new and fresh papers, etc., and i you want any kind of Printing and Binding executed, and want it done quickly, and in the best of shape, let us have your order." To have the best equipped Printing and Binding es tablishment in the State, and to work a much larger force than any other office is an advantage for doing Work Quickly. Edwards & Broughton, Raleigh, N. C. We cpen this morning at 213 Fayette ville street, next to Stronach's Grocery We offer all goods at all damaged by mov mg stock at bargains, and we will be pleased to quote the very cheapest figure PIANOS ANI ORGAiVS. handle the most durable and reputa w. 'oodB.and would like to show how eae we can ra-i nmm. If you don't want a piano, why buy an organ; if you dont want an organ, BU.Y A FIDDL and if you don't want a fiddle, you are welcome to come in and Look at Them, Anyhow. NORTH STATE MUSIC GO. Cejil G. 8roNi5, Ma'B, Fayetfeiils S' Raeigb, N. C WHY PEOPLE SHOULD PATRONIZE J. Hal. Bobbitt's So6a Fountain. BECAUSE: He pays attention to it. j He advertises. He uss the best Fruit Juices. He uses the best Susrar. He uses the best Carbonated Water. He employs competent and agreeable servir P - v. It is because there is a niceness that i? TN A -VTm-SHELL . in aU the annointmpnt.c, Rt 15 apnt -i-N UTSHELL " TL fountain is packed with ice and is ke r The counter is kent clean: the i?! O The counter is kept clean; the glasse tiieau. There is, each !., a Card-List of Flavor. :s .re kept People want things NICE, especially in the matter of luxuries. Soda i w ury; therefore -va ib a 4uj. DRINK SODa AT BOBBITT'S. Drugr Patronise end Mail ) Oiders Solicited. f FAYETTEVILLE STREET lialeijrh, iv. c -'"rem . HEADQUARTERS -FOJ BOOKS : AMD : STATIONERY. We can supply pverrtl ing you want in thiR lino. N :o: OUR 8PI OIALTIE8: School Books, Stationery, Blank Books, IMaries N. O. Supreme Court Reports, Standard ' Miscellaneous Books. -:0: -OCB iiSTF PCBUCATIOKS :- MR8- NCER, FIRST STEPS IN N. C. HISTORY, MOORE S SCHOOL HISTOUY OF NORTH CAROLINA, N. C. COPY BOOKS, PRIMERS, SPEAKERS AND DIGESTS. SEND FOR PRICES. ALFRED WILLIAMS RALEIGH, IS. Thl) RffHliTTi (TT)f?tll?T in Bank Clearings Last year Over One Tliousand New Residences Constructed to accommodate the 10 per cen in crease in population in twelve months, and backed by 778 Manufactories, ...Employing Over 22,000 People. WAJER AND RIILROAD TRANSPORTATi-H. ... rt J? aSt Rk1h.mon.d's factories alone will emplcv over i.ooo skilled workmen and guarantee a popu lation of 6,000. The East Richmond n vestment Co. TW wk06-1 lots' every two lots adjoining IhUdTlln $4.oo orth of houses, whichre tl nntl i Th? development of Richmond is not a doubtful problem, but a sure thing. She wT1 d PP.ortunities for investments, and R?.WnTtly b!h6Ve that the stock of the East t Wm?A InvestTntJCo-is the safest d best investment ever offered to the public. It is Poinjj; viMT8' Five Per cent- assessments Of Ve daySV CaPital $150,000. Shares $,0. Only about one-half will be called. :Address4Ss THEJAST RICHMOND INVESTMENT 10, Y IWIS, President," -f M. j. FULTOX, Sec;:i:t . v, otaunton, Ya.B w -n 1 ' j rront Kova1, A a. fc