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DAILY STATE- GHRONIGLE, AUGUST 29, 1891.
FROM MURPHY TO MAHTEO The News in North Car olina in Condensed Form. 110 W THE STATE GOES FOR WARD! The Turning Point With manv a, rum is some trivial act, and & mere; reeommetuhHiou of some mend to try & &. has saved the lives of hundreds. . Speaking a xwi word for S. 8. S. Is natural, for wherever it lias been tried there have always been good results. Incidents and Industries, Efforts and Energies, Persons and Tilings From Cherokee to Currituck. Rev. H. A. Trexler, of Rowan county, has received a call as mis sionary to Japan. At a meeting of the Lutheran Synod it was decided to erect a church in Winston. On the 24th instant a white fe male child was discovered in a well formerly owned by Dr. J. J. Rome, at Maruin in the western part of Union count 3'. An Alliance daily paper in Ral eih is predicted by the Gastonia Gazette, which says that, rather than a third party, will be the out come of the newspaper war. The corn ciop in the track of the storm of Monday in Union county was damaged considerably, much of it being blown down and broken off. The fodder was torn into shreds, the Jonroe Register says. Mr. Isaac Bates showed the Mon roe Register a bar of gold, the out put of the Howie mine for a month's run. The bar weighed a little over ten pounds and was worth over $2,000. Mr. Bates is working only about twenty hands now, and the I fact is demonstrated that this is one of the richest mines in the country. Ti ?r present indications it seems as if tiu Cabarrus county fair for 1801 is to out-do all those of former years. The executive committee are pushing everything for a big exhibit, t lie Concord Standard says. Governor Holt will address the Fair Association and the people on the second day of the fair, Sept. 17th. , Since the railroad has reached Mt. Airy the people are in good spirits, their produce now finding a cah market. The apple crop is good, and in many localities very abundant. The orchards, the Sa lem JWss says, especially those con taining thi Buckingham apples, are beautiful with the richlv colored ripening fruit. On the 24th inst. Mr. Simeon Curry and Mr. Thomas Staton, of Burnsville township, Anson county, were on their way to preaching at Rocky. Mount, riding together in a dog cart, and in attempting to cross Richardson creek at the Broadaway ford, near the mouth of the creek, Mr. Curry and the mule they were driving were drowned. Mr. Staton succeeded in reaching the bank but was unable to assist Mr. Curry. Mr. Curry was C5 years old. Col. Frank Fries returned Wed nesday night from Martinsville, where he he went to look after the Roanoke and Southern wreck of Tuesday, The accident, he tells the Winston Sentinel, was not as bad as first reported. He found only twelve men injured, ten of whom received only fclight wounds. Conductor Whitehead, and in fact all of them, are getting along nicely. Only two of the fiat cars were badly damaged. Wm. D.dlinger's son, ten years old, tried to start a fire in a stove in Cleveland county, on the 24th, the iShtlby Aurora says. Armed with a kerosene can, he poured oil on the ashes, a blaze started and an explosion quickly followed this S. S. S. for Blood Poisoning, Cancer of the Skin, Ulcers and Sorbs. All Skin Diseases. A treaties on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed FEEE ou application. Drujgists Sell It. SWirT SPECIFIC CO., lDravcr 2 Atlanta Ga. DO YOU WANT A DESK? 5B 4 Feet Long. Satis faction Guaranteed fiRTT.TilNVTT.T.Ti! R fl SEND FOR CATALOGUE. ' IT IS WONDERFUL BUT NEVERTHELESS - -THAT- feNTI-CEPHAL-ALGINE WILL CURE The Worst Headache In fifteen to twenty minutes, and NEURALGIA in thirty to sixty minutes. 25 and 50 cents a bottle. For sale by all diuggists. Read what they say about it : Mr Jas. I. Johns ys, Raleigh, N. O.. Dear Kir: Anticephalalginehaahad,with us, the best sals nt ail the headache md neuralgia remedies, and our customers ' are well pleased with it, pronouncing it the b st remedy cfi1s kind on h n. s Yours truly, M. E Robixsott A Bao., Goldeboro, N. C. Drugg'sts. Fayettkviixe, N. C, Jane 13th, '91. Dear Sir: Haaug used your "Antice phalalgine" in severe cass of headache, and being always relieved, I take great pleasure ia commending it to the publi . as a good remedy. ' Yours, etc., J O. Hai-h, Jr , Cashier Bank of Fayettevjlle. We Bake The rrettiest, Nicest, and Best Bread, in North Carolina. PL IN and Fancy Cakes- Bake I every day. If you desire anything in the Baker's line, we will always be pleas ed to serve you. Orders, from a distance promptly filled. Wedding Cakes a Sptvialty. Constantly kept on hand a full choice confections. ( resh supply of Nick Deboy & Co.,- Frenxli Bakers and Confectioners, 103 Fayetteville Street, june2-tf. RALEIGH, N. C. 1891 JUNE 1891 iuSB8f in Mill III itl inor IIIU ill Miss Maggie Reese, We have a full line of Summer Millinery con sisting ot white Yachts, and Vassar Sailors in all kinds of straws. .v c- tw v t s v . s ' tr V " r - t. 1 i - Vt&uj' sr 2T V.'.v J- -flvf' - Jwlt' f . x h' f '--v-' -V Seminary for ri CH VULOTTE, x. t. , Wl Preparatory,! c,i' Uepartmeuts MISS LILY WNG( Pr. SCliOd MttS. U. A. LUSH, 1-Mxcip,. SCHOOL OF AfrcTr! Piano, Organ, Violin. V, r riitorv. " iit-orv. JOSEPH MACLEAN, Ii;1Xo E6E TRINITY-COLL ' :0;. Opens September 3d Thursday at the old place at Trinity, Ran dolph county, N. C, with greatly enlarged Faculty. Send for bulletin to JOHN F. CROWELL, President, aug20-tf. Trinity Postoffice, Randolph County, X. C. OPENS SEPTEJIIZKit orouglilnstruction,: is. Circular on aC erate Term tion. Address : OAK RIDGE INSTITUTE Largest Private School in X. C. year just closed. Lo cation unsurpassed for beauty and health fulness. Prepares for college, leaching, Business. Full Busi ness College Course, including Shorthand, g. Typewriting and Tel- s?regins August latn. ' Write for Catalogue. and BUSINESS COLLEGE. 301 Students during the - TTTTT HH HH TT BHHHH EEE MUTUAL INSURANCE Gi J. A. &M. H. HOLT, Proprietors, OAK RIDGE, S, C. OF NEW YO: a. hichaiu) a. sitcrjiiDy, rtLJ:3. f 147,154 Liabilities 137,173,717 ?2 Surplus .7551?. Holt Hall. New $12000 Building. Water Coolers, Galvanized and Porcelain Lined. Preserving - Kettles. s - Porcelain Lined Preserving - Kettle Mason's Torcelain and Glass Top FRUIT JARS. STEP LADDERS, FlY TRAPS. FIiY FANS, When solicited to insure in o:Lt . rememler that THE Mr ;ri - -"WHITE ICE MOUNTAIN- CREAM FREEZERS. I IE, i. V it D Baleige, N. C. HARRIS' V DYEING AND RENOVATING WORKS. East Martin Street. RALEIGH, N. C. We make "a Specialty "of Blocking: and .Pressing SilkHats. Work Done on the Most Approved Plan. A trial will convince you. D. vV. C. HARRIS, june25-tf Manager. NOTICE OF SALE OF VALUA BLE LAND By virtue of author ity to me given, by a decree of the Su perior Court of the county of Wake, in the special proceedings entitled J. X. Holding, Adm'r of N. V. Denton. Jdec'd, vs. M. K. Denton and others, I will sell on Thursday the 17th day of September, 1891, to the highest bidder; at the Court House door of said county of Wake in the city of Raleigh, the following des cribed lots of lani, to-wit : First A lot of land near the North eastern limits of the city of Raleigh, just' north of Newbern ave., adjoining the lands of Raleigh Land and Improve ment Company and ot hers, containing nine acrf s, the same being lots Nos v& and 13 of the J O'Rorke property sold by Joa. B. Batchelor and R. H BaUle, Jr., Coni'r.3, and conveyed to X. Y. Denton by aid Commissions s, by deed recorded in Register's cilice, in book 33, pge ITS. Second A lot in the eastern per ion of the city of Raleigh, bounded on the north by the lands of Kite Doher- ty, on the east by the land ot 3 rs. i'ody Perry, on the south by Cabarru street, and on the west by the lancisof John .Jones, containing one-halt acre more or le-s; the same conveyed to N. V. Denton by R, O. Mi cy, Adm'r. by deed recorded in said Register's office in book 43, page 3 1 bird A lot ot laucj i list east ot the corporate limits or the city of Raleigh, bounded on the north by Davie street, on the east by the lands of Gib Watson, on the south by lands of W. H. Pace, and en the westby lands of Mary Spen cer, the lane running from Davie to Lenoir streets being the dividing line between said lots and said Spencer's land, the same being lot conveyed to N. V. Denton by J J. Bunch and. wife by deed recorded in said Register's office iu book 46, pas e 318. The last named lot will be sold in two portions Said lands are sold for the purpose of making assets. Time of sale 12 m. Terms of sale one-third cash, balance in six and twelve months from day of sale with interest on deferred payments at 8 per cent, per annum, and title reserved until purchasemoney is paid. J N. HOLDING, Adm'r of N. V. Denton, dee'd. August 16, 1891- d-tds Mountain Park Hotel, HOT SPRINGS, N. C. Under Entire New Management. This charming resort in the mouii cains has been leased for a term of years. Modern in all appointments. Table and service unexcelled. Rooms good 3ize and well furnished. Natural hot water baths in marble pools are luxu rious. Amusement for the pleasure seeker; rest for the over-worked; health tor the invalid. Jb or circulars and rates. address sW. F. ROSS. junl6-3m. v Proprietor. Gel Ready for Winter, Phil H. Andrews, -DEALER IN WOOD and COAL, ANTHRACITE: Wilkesbarre free burning white ash. Schuylkill niee LNSUHAJS'C ugu vu iuui met cun51aerar.ur, i- holds the foremost vhice amor f.T'i ... Insurance Institutions ol tLfcc !rt offers feupenor advtrjtapee in all C rarea oi business, together with uic-r. financial security. " 1. It is the Oldest active Li'e Le asee Company in this eountrr. 2. It is. the Labgkst LnelnsuraL'aCi pany in the worJd. 3. It is thi) WiiioxGEir nuauctj z-z? tion in the world itaustfctefc&crsi to more than $147,0k).('(ai. i. It 18 the Safl!:I CoLipaiij n L:is insure. 5. It ia the Cheapi st Coin; tlv i2 tL to ini-uie. its urce fl v- ,t tj u a 44 il red 44 44 ii Leghorn and NeaDoli- K'J!?: ts shirrei muii University of North Carolina. nata, iiuwcis, gauze riD- was badly burned. Dr. Uoode s surgical aid was invoked in vain, foj the rash boy died in agony that .1 .1.1-J iimm tuu auueu one more to the oil-can victims. lonj?, lonjj list war ni n 2 of kerosene Mrs. H. C. Gording, Evansville, IndM says : "I have , tried Brady cratine for 'headache and have al ways found relief." bons, etc,, etc. As we do not carry over Summer Millinery, we will sell all ready-trimmed goods at greatly re duced prices. -Miss Maooie Reese, 219 Fayetteville St. The Next Term Begins Sept. 3. .Entrance examinations, Sept. 2. Tuitidn $S0 per term. Needy young men ot talent and cnaracter will be aided with scholarships and loans. Be sides the General Course of Studv. which offers a wide range of elective biiuuics, tucio are courses m xjaw, iviea Icine and Jjingineering. For catalogue &c, address the President, GEO. T. WINSTON, Chapel Hill. N. C. I OE ! fhom the RALEIGH PLATE ICE FAC- tory: The hardest, most durable and pure ice maae dy nstxure or art. it nas no soft centre, thouw h it is sweetened with creosote. For sale at retail and wholesale very low by JONES & POWELL. Shamokin Lorberrv Sclmvlkill at These are the best hard coal for grates and stoves. BITUMINOUS: Kanawha. West Virginia Splint, Tennessee Splint, Xew River Splint, Pocahuntas Soft. These are the best soft coal for urates and onen fire places. WOOD. Seasoned and half seasoned Oak, Hickory, &c. Original and old field seasoned pine. Do not wait until the rreat Southern Inter-State Ex position opens in Ilaleigh, on Oct. 1, '91, to buy your winter fuel, but send your orders now, to PHIL H. ANDREWS. aug!2-6m. reduce the !k.al coet mimmum. 6. It is thf Best Coia; i insure, as it ccrakn-? a tages ol sge, Iatj v hei ship, financial tru: security, fend the i f t;.at rcns contract wliicl the L;:tii.'.,iarv. 7. -lth ..- no bi'i k1" i : part of the pivd!.-. J ' survive s.M I t i t!.t-' 8. Ita rttio o- x; clh-.- : r. t. t- rafit "c:iiciu .i i .'" 9. Itt? jfo ioyit;.' .: OfS-ZXf. d bf itu' lufti'-...: 10. It rict iir: n : t Dct'upaticn or 1'.' ' ii'C two varb in i u 11. liciu-; practii-:.'.! and Izcoyrkxiw i-i.r it cv an'i not a la.H-.:,T 12.- It i-; tlifc MMPLtT .i' '! heiifive terra ol Jr.- .j-i ever issu;. If tin- ": " i nis i rn iuui while- Lv '..''-.' miiy will pay the - ; Policy whe-j le tu. 13. All C'L-MjIs a.re aui i:u ceceptin-'e ot pro. is Oi 14. The Disteiuuthjx 1'oLiCi pany pref-ijts a cor-t vestment feature. It i.' t mutates the tuiplu premiuiua over the c 1 : ance ou each policy iu the Distribution period, lv. it by compound iLterts:. S. II. Hawes, MILLER & LIND5AT, in Henry Building ncc Postofhce . Lock iox . - want to know what a '.j . t,!ail!.- Richmond. Va. District Agts for North Car BALEIGH, N. C. Office in front of If von cosi cm mis oui, mun - r.j man to us. veiii n. and one of our calendars: Amount Age (nearest birthday) Name Address apr l-tillja:l Dealer in Coal, -the swanxa COAL ! S-6-d-lm. Statesvillb College OFFERS TO (jtLBIjS and young women Now ia the time to contract for cheap fuel for the coming w.nter, with Jones & Powell Minere' Amenta, B ALEIGH, N. O." Telephones No 41 and 71. a thorough educaUn,goodhealth and a comfortable home, with moderate charges. For catalogue write to Mrs. Fannie Everitt Walton, Principal. Statesville, N. C. jul24-tf asiieville:, . c. l ATaiiii-Priceil Hotel- Under eu Jlana- Thoroufrhly overhauifc-i. rcu. refurnished; modern aengntruiiy cooi iUU". views, rtates aim V n'i application. iiuur.i- junlo-3m. ; LITTLETOH men S WM. M. JONES & CO., Hoffman, N. O., Manufacturer ol nougn Lumoer. Special attention given to filling order j Business nli- Collese Preparatioi". Commercial oar . rennianhiP' TelfcrapiO Sliortha'Mi and I ) i Prices very modern -tion. Opens August x i. i For catalogue, a ur . L W. BA.GLh -jot 30-2m .1- ot irgp -unensionB. mar24-tf