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lVHWt Winston, of the State fi.iv.T.-iiy, was here yesterday. U. W. TV Faircloth of Golds l,;,r, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sand-Hi n- Judge James D. MeTver of Car jcre wa registered at the Yarboro yesterday. : i,s. 11. B Battle and child, ac- ctlnil:niid by M;ss Cora Wilson htivr p-'iiv to Morgatiton. Mr. Herman Heller left yesterday fur Richmond on a trip in which busings uid pleasure are combined. Mr- .iul Heller, his brother, nill be here during his absence. lv. C. T. Bland, of Marion, accepts a call to become the rector of the Episcopal church at Pittsboro, ami will lake charge directly after Th "5 II. Bittle, yice president of the 1 ink of Rocky Mount, was in Raleigh yesterday, returning from a lisit to Chapel Hill. He is one of the most careful and successful bankers in the State, and his baak is useful to thecommunity and profitable to the stockholders. Mr. A. M. Smith, of Lynchburg, Ta., was united in marriage at 5 Mock Wednesday afternoon to Miss Fannie Gwyn, a handsome and ac complished young lady of Elkin. The newly married couple took a bridal trip north. They will return cn April 25th to make Winston their permanent home. Superintendent John H. Winder, of the Seaboard Air-Line, who has headquarters in Portsmouth, has been appointed general manager of the Georgia Central and Northern division of the Seaboard system, and will leave for Atlanta with his family this week. Superintendent Wisnant, of the Georgia Central and Northern, takes Mr. Winder's place at the Portsmouth end of the line. A teleirram from Washington to v 0 ie Richmond Times says it turns out that president Polk, of the Nat ional Alliance, summoned president Sutler, of North Carolina Alliance, Washington by telegraph. Col. oik is very anxious to set all the ijencies possible to work in behalf tie third party, but it is whisper ed that nresident Butler is not. enamored of the new political baut- ;d2. Yesterday's Newbern Journal says: Our popular young townsman Mr. ff.P. M. Bryan, wa3 married yester day at Washington to Miss Mary rmelee Satchwell of that city. Mttr the ceremony thej bride and room left for Charlotte to spend a wort time with the brother of the tomer, Mr. E. K. Bryan, Jr. Quite "ttle party of Mr. Bryan's New- friends were present at the wed ding." The Charlotte News learns that. r. Cora Morris, a cousin of the Governor Scales, whose trial at tt Reidavlle in 1890 caused such' a Nation, has married again. She w&3 tried for poisoning her husband, ,Q(i there was a great demonstration 'n the wa9 acquitted. She is 'strikingly handsome woman. Her aew husband is a telegraph operator 'a the line of the Richmond and ville railway. v. K. B. John. Trcsidinff Elder 1 the WftsViinrrtnn Hwt.rirf. nf the & church, South, was in Raleigh JWerday. He has been visiting at r-E. W. Atwutur'a ?n Cb.ithnm "Uaty. Mr. John was once nastor ''Antral Methodist church, and 'Awhile he was here that the Vegation decided to sell its 0den church and build on the lot en purchased. FT is rh vnnncest . emer ln tne state, and ptjr- r- tue oest scholar in his church in b State. UG Unitnil Ut.,a ."11 Tiona .vv uiatco win duuii jj a. .Ur ministPr frnm It ftnrl 8 stated that Baron Fava may Trinity College Notes. Sreo al Oor.SratChrciK Trinitt College, March 17. Mr. Brockman inter-national sec retary of the Y. M. C. A., who reached here Tuesday Wing, left this morning after holding several gospel .8ermes and giving us some r Vn, .einterestof the Youn Men's Christian Association. Al- iuougn the weather was very incle ment during his stay here, still good crowds attended each service. Mr Brockman is an earnest speaker and seems thoroughly imbied with the spirit of the Marte. The annual debate between the two societies takes place in the col lege chapel, on Friday evening April 22nd. The orators for the occasion are Messrs. J. H. Crowell and C.L Raper. The question agreed upon tor discussion, is, "Resolved that the giving of no pensions would be better than the present system, as advised. The affirmative side of the question will be represented by Messrs. F. Armfield and S. J. Durham, of the Columbian Society! The negative by Messrs. C. E Turner and W. H. Willis of the Heiperian Society. The following is a list of those who will wear the regalia at com mencement: Chief Marshal, Mr. C. E. Turner, Cool Spring, N. C ; assistants, Messrs. W. W. Flow ers, L. T. Hartsell, F. B. Davis, I. E. Avery, J. H. Cook, W. D. Suggs, W. B. Scarborough, E. W. Fox; Chief Manager, Mr. T. T. James, Clinton, N. C; assistants, iessra. P. Durham, F. P. Brown, B. F. Stewart, H. B. Heath, R. R. Ragan, W. A. Finch, M. K. Moore, C. H. Cheatham. Commencement promises to be the most interesting in years and no pains will be spared to comfortably accommodate all who may attend. The High School commencement will be held on May 31st. There will be a sermon and address, and graduating exercises of those who shall have passed on requirements for admission to- college. Prof. N. C. English, will deliver the annual address at the closing exercises of Union Academy. The Scientific Society and Socie ty of Historical Study are progress ing finely and both professors and students take great interest in the work. Among the various questions for discussion at the educational con vention which convenes at Char lotte, N. C, April 13th and 14th, will be an address by Dr. Crowell on the subject, "What Should be the Educational Policy of Method ism in North Carolina." Prof. L. W. Crawford will discuss "What are the Essentials of the Best Cur riculum for Students Preparing for the Methodist Ministry." Univer& 'v Extension Lecture, conducted in the neighboring towns under the direction of the president and faculty of Trinity college, are growing in favor and are filling a long-felt want. Large crowds greet each lecture and great interest is manifested by those desirous of be coming more enlightened upon the "questions of the day." The Handsomest Lady in Raleigh Remarked to a friend the other day that she knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and convince you of its merit any druggist will give you a sample bottle free. Large size 50c and $1. Nobody can be troubled with con stipation or piles if they take Sim mon's Liver Regulator. The lowest temperature Wednes day was 29 degrees and yesterday 27 degrees. The highest Wednes day was 36; yesterday 32. To contract the desire for strong drink take Simmons Liver Regulator. jailmate Chronicle, 3ttar. 18 l892. Fatal Accident. Mamo. N. C, MrA 17.- p-eial.JLate Tuer-day evening! r .e -singer rode into the town and brought the news of a terrible accident. At the well-known home ui siajor 1 nomas Young, four miles north of here, Chas. Gwdfrew, while tampering with a pistol, ncidentallv shot Edward Young. The ball took effect in his breast and he died in a few hours. He Wes a wife to mourn her loss. The was the only son of Major Youn. Senator Morrill's Condition Continues to be encouraging The disease is taking its course in a mild form and as the Senator has no serious chronic disorders there is every reason to believe that he will soon be convalescent. Hill For Free Coinage. Washington, D. C, March 16. It is now generally understood that when the Bland free coinage bill comes to a vote in the Senate Mr. Hill will cast his vote for it. It is said that by so doing he hopes to strengthen himself in certain sections of the country where the Democracy is still loyal to Mr. Cleveland, though at the same time there is a local senti ment in favor of the free coinage of silver. It has been pointed out that some of Mr. Cleveland's most enthu siastic supporters are free-coinage men, and Mr. Hill probably thinks ht may be able to win them over to his support by voting for their favor ite measure, Mr. Sanderlin's Trip to Washington Special Cr, State Chronicle. Raleigh, March 17. --Please correct the statement made by a Richmond paper and copied in your issue of yesterday (Wednesday) to the eff-ct that my recent visit to Washington was in response to a telegram from Col. Polk summon ing me there for consultation, &c. I received no telegram, letter or other summons from Col. Polk or any one else and my visit was to Capt. Alexander and Mr. Butler with the view to a consultation with them on a matter personal to my self and no one else, though having to do, in some measure, with the public interests of the State. Yours truly, G. W. Sandf.iili. Limited reciprocity with France has been proclaimed, and President Carnot has signed the terms. The-Population of Ka'rih Is about thirteen thousand, and we would say at least one half are troubled with some affection of the Throat ai;d Lnng3, as those com plaints are, according to statistics, more numerous rhan others. We would advise all our readers not to neglect the opportunity to call on their druggist and get a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs. Trial size free. Large bottle 50c and $1. Sold by all druggists. The Darlington News states that last Monday, when the case of the State vs. W. E. Hay wras called for trial, the defendant made affidavit that he could not get a fair trial in Allamance county, alleging among other things that the News had pre judiced the people against him by advising a boycott, and that he had been burned in effigy at Burlington eighteen months ago. The News hopes to see him have a fair trial at Yancey ville on April 11th, and is sure no one wnnts him to have anv other than a fair trial. The celebration ot the next anni versary at the Guilford battle ground will be held July 4th. The directors adopted resolutions most complimentary to ex-Judge David Schenck, whose work in the im provement of the battle-ground has been so notable. The directors have elected the following officers: D. Schenck, president; J. W. Scott, treasurer; T. B. Keogh, secretary; D. Schenck, Jr., assistant secretary. 'Thank Yon," U what Mr. IM(.y, f Xewl(Ur(,, ' 1 alvay? says to Hood's Sar". saoarilla Tf .,.-j v. r Al vuicu i:er c.i a svtre case of scrofula and eczema and sne nas reason to be grateful If you are bilious take Hood's pills All the elements which nature requires, to make the hair beautiful and abundam, are supplied in Ayer's Hair Vigor. This prepara ti n keeps the scalp free from dandruff, prevents the hair from be coming dry and harsh, and makes it flexible and glo ss v. Interest in the liquor license mat ter at Charlotte is being revived. The commissioners aie now to t a- upon the application of T. J. Wil son, for license to sell whiskey ir, Charlotte. He is a countryman and has Tfhat is ordinarily known as a good character. Whether h. can prove that-before the commis sioners, remains to be seen. "I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a number of years, and it has always given me satisfaction. It i an excellent dressing, prevents th. hair from turning gray, insures it. vigorous growth, and keeps the scalp white and clean." Mary A. Jackson, Salem, Mass. A marriage took place in Stanly county, a week ago, in which the groom was 65, and the bride 61 years old. I suffered for more than ten years with that dreadful disease, catarrh, and used every available medicine which was recommended to me. I cannot thank you enough for the re lief which Ely's Cream Balm has afforded me. Emanuel Meyers Winfield, L. I., N. Y. Special Notices. Kodak, The wonderful Tonic Headache Cure. Regulates the circulation, restores tin nervous system to its normal condi tion. The only scientific headach remedy on the market. Relief promp and permanent. No bad after effect' Price 10 cents an envelope (two doses. Sold by King & McGee. . "Seed Potatoes." Fifty barrels Early Rose potatoes just received at Eberhardt & Pescud'a. Pitted Olives" at Eberhardt & Pescud's. Golden Gate Packing Co., peaches, pearj, cherries and apricotts. Eberhardt & Pescud. We aim at all times to produce the best, both as regards style of package and quality of contents always fresh and wholesome. ROYSTER. . Kopf compressed pea soup, 10c. per can, Eberhardt & Pescud. Our line of candies embraces all that is best in eating quality. We display the most extensive assortment and can supply your wants. Rotster. The Electropoise. Persons wishing information con cerning the Electropoise may ad dress or call on Miss S. A. Tilling hast, the agent of the company, at 425 N. Blood worth street, Raleigh. Call after 3 p. m. decl7-3m NOTICE Bv virtue of a mortgage deed execu ted to me by W. W. Honeycutt, ard registered in book 121, pae 311 in Register's office of Wake county, I will on Saturday, the 2-1 day of April, 1S02, at 12 m., sell at public sale at the court house, in the city of Raleigh, the lot of land described in said moVtsraee deed. L. E. WILBORN. This February 24, 1892-tds. Sewspaper Outfit For Sale. I have for sale a complete outfit for 7, 8 or 9 column paper, including a splendid Potter Powr Pres3. I have no use for it and need the money and will sell at a bargain. W. J. BOYLIN, a!3-tf Monroe. N. C. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO.. SERV1CABLE DRESS GOODS We call particular at tention to our lines of inecliuin priced aervica ble JDrcbs Materials. 36 inch Scoth Wool Mixture,, 50c" " M " Checks, 50C. 3G inch Homespuns, 50c. and Cic. 41 inch Homespuns, Plains and Checks, 5(Jc. PATTERN LSNCTII3 A e arc showing: a liber al assortment of Pattern leiitftlis, in Scotch Wools 'y'MP'iiiHat SO ()()' G oO, $7.5o ami Slo per suit, 'these, all thin eason's purchases, aml uo two alike. W.H.&R.S.Tucker&Co 123 and 125 Fayetteville St. A Bargain. A $4,000 house, a good barn, 10 acre lot m a town of 200 InhaM ants, g,od ater, 3 churches, large college build ing a mineral spring, some of the wealthiest families in th- countv. four miles from corner townships of four of f the best agricultural counties in the ptate, densely populated. The best ' cation in the State for a good phy,i cian and surgeon, a merchant or a ien- lst. i or further information adprcss miW&w-lt J DurTamb. ' OALE OF VALUBLE HSD.-Bv O virtue of authority planted Ly the Su .crior ci nrt of Wat e county, in the ase f W H Harward, Ex'r of A. b. Frogman. lec d, va Bui lena Ifurwanl et a) No oJ6, special proceedings docket, I will on Thursday, the 21th day of March, 1592,; ell at public ont-cryonthe Dremioes of de late a R Freeman, ''ecM, that val uable tract of land in White Ok Town ship, Wake county, kDown ta the Home ractel the said A. B. Freeman, deceased tontaimug one hundred "nud eighty acres nore or less. Time of Bale 12 m. Terms ol sale caeh. W H. HARWARD, rT ., 4 Ex'r and Com. H. b.. N orris, Attorney. jeb oi-tds Safety Deposit Po:,es We respectfully invite our pa rons, friends and the public to ax nspection of our Safety Deposi: Soxes, now in our granite and stee"; ire-proof vault. They are the lirs -ind only deposit boxes in Raleigh, and we shall be glad to show them as well as one of the finest fV iver seen in North Carolina, to nl the people of Raleigh. B. S. JKRMAN, Cashier Commercial and Farmer Bank. House for Rent. A seven room residence 313 West Jones street, for rent. Thrp k ofwHterlnthe piazza, and there is a goou garaen. pr,iv to MILES GOODWIN", Station House. GOOD BREAD Is The Staff of Life So the Good Book says, and fo every man observes for himstlf. jChas.Bretschj I THE BAKER : HAS Fresh Bread and Cakes ETERT DAT. ICE CREAM SALOON. I have fitted up a neat parlor forladies ladie and gentlemen where ICE CREA JI will be furnished r ATT TTI T?a IjanSO-tt Seae Pposals. Sealed :r .; H! - r j.4Vi. . ,v l'on' ru k i .tu-Hluf rh?.mMraK o' ihochool forth I)cafaiidl)uhib. Mtuatl at Moru ton. X r. xv.U he all b,d rwrvei; d iqutrrd lor Per forauncr ,,fcu ract. At t ll JuZ tin e x,,j pl.ice saltNl i.rruU for tte coniiti,n a HHve Ad.lifss H- bi'-a toecetHr and TreHsuirr. nd mark brick" or "IVA for -Lin 1 g C5I-.0. 1. PHIKF.U. V T t,vcr' i,-va 41 i-nrr-r. .f nt!...ty ci.Lfrrr.Nl l-y a ci-ruin .!t?J .ftiu,tfs.piUJoa cx..W 7th. i-x. lt W H Hell sun. at.d ly & c. r'ia dd of K. D. Mm'h, fci i y rertt-u d ci ni.i,t,Atc tUt i, A w. IIw.H.dbT -Ml IMp? -vA rr i c unts C ,iu b,, k ilw 17- f 0,,k pectivfly, I willou the S4th dy of March, 19 . eellat puthcov.t-crv t tho LiKhft 'oidder land lyiutf tndbtm;iathecitv..j r.l-i-h theciautyot Vko an.l M'tf ,t North Carolina and mo.o luliv dc?cnlx?d Is fol lows, viz.: let Traot-A lot or procl of Und lInr prt ot Ui No 5 in the plan l f tI, ritv of KaleiKh lrontloK on Da)n street and hnund. d a- foil vi2. uiri4it R tt th Northwest comer ot the propertr ot th lte Alvis Sorrell on iwoi cd rnnnm;? ther co with &M Krr tt Norh 31 feet to the lino of another tratof E l Sinjh'a, th nee wrh a lm at risht angles with Daw.!U etrtct Ofte'toiL. lue of the lot formerly lor.RiK to C. K. v??tla' no thel rr"perty of WillUm u'Dff. thenoo bouth with a Huo prallel with Dawaon rtrm-t 3 leet V th c t ot the lateAlvia Sorrell, thence Wtt with ha hue at right anle with Dawun etrt et 220 feet to th becinmn t. 2 Tract A lot or parcel rf Und in tho Mate, county and city afor.-ahi and t-ound-ed ad follows: llegirmrj; t a i-uko North east corn r ot William SawreiV l.t thenco North alor.ir lt a rtake S-Qtheant oonif-r K lm-Un, U-it-ter A Co'a lot. ttii n-;e Wtt n' f.v't alontr lino ot KliioKt.u, ll r.. r A Co., to a st-ko, S-u'hwe. I comr of cid I'Uv eton Koyfl er A Co , l,.t, th,-n .e s muI. .',3 leet parallel with Fant trt tt to & tt4ke Wil liam S wrer'n comer, thecc- Lat 1(6 eet alone Sawj r . Ime ta the benunins Sl Tract-A lot or parol of lmd In the State, coanty aLd tifv Hfortnhl fldjoinlpe the laud of Ashley Home Caswell Pollard acdothrr, bHnirriRrt of lots 711 and 7.ninthe t lan Ohatrer's ra,ap ,.he c,ty of KaVitfh and lc.T,nd flHS follows, viz.: On the north bv thelotsof Ashlev Home and te l-!d Nnds in possesion of J. W. II Wat son; on the east by said Dodd lnd- r n the south bv Smith hYld btreef. hr.d'on the wet by the lot of Ciswfll Ill ad. the lot hereby ofTered for j-ale t e'nir composed of two parcel V e on- ie angular ia shape, fronting Tri f.ton miihtlel! strtet ar.d ruuiri back Itt feet, and th- ct..er leiri ; ai- j recLtn jn, thf ' froitui- mi fei on mlhneW sir eet and xixiiidm; back 1W feet. PUce of sile: Ctmntj Court House loor, in Rile!j;h. N C Time of s;Ue: V2 o'cloc k rn m A. W. HAYWOOD, Trmtee of K I). Smith nu J. p. S ray. ar.d assignee of K. D. Smith. feb.'3-fdH TIVK Restorer of Xnnlj sor, and the only Lo ci t i m a t f pecilic for h-j nal rtvi"7 rtit v and 1 t Vltal f ikMfVfi iv knouri. AMarvellona !uvi.or;.tGr, entirely hru,:,- liruistfi or by iiiSi'' 'ATo, fcnx 5.2.17, iVton. J'Ort, SALK A Mnt KO iont of pood new j;b ij.e, and U M. bo ly tpe, che o f r o -sh. Stecimen shee: and tuli pft.ii.ularh Mratonao llicati'n. The It. I). RGiH.WON PUR CO., fegjf tf KalHgh. N. C S p r i ngC lot rfi ng We respectfully call your attention to oar new Spring Clothing At $10-00 &nti $15.00. ThehardsofffftTHilor-madeGarrcentJi ever brought V. this city. Our Spring Neckwear Is admitt d, bx a.!, t-. -,e the flnest in tPfe lrti.d. Oar re j.j -p i.Tt worth ?hape cf J-X.;"!. X O seelcg. We still cnct'nne to close out onr Winter Goods. $3.00 All-wool! Pants for $1.50 $2.50 Children's Suit for... $1.25 $5.00 Shoes for $3.00 50c. Shirtwaists for 19e. MiU Mil 305 FcyetteviUe St. Opposite Foetoffioe.