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rif 'Ll6HED DAILY AND WEEKLY BY Tub Chronicle Publishing Co. 216 Fayetteville Street, RALEian, North Carolina. T. U. JKRNIOAN, - Editor. Correspondents of the Chronicle wil pL'Hfcj boar in mind that no ommunica t on will he published, except over tht author's real nam;. Hrief lttters on cui rnt topics will always receive at.fentior, an 1, if found available, will be used with the condition above nnmed. THURSDAY May 12, 1892. THE ST. LOUIS PENSION PLAN K. The tl.ird party organs try to min imize the tff.ct of that feature of the St. Louis platform which d elares, in the 12th section, "that the government issue legal tender notes and pay the Union soldiers the difference between the price of the depreciated currency in which they were paid and gold;" and eLiim that the idea was embodied ii a resolution, and not in the platform. This is a cowardly evasion of a dut) assumed to be imperative as to the right of the soldier, but involving a criticism sure to be evoked from those who think we have already paid dearly enough for patriotism. The sol uiers memstives miht pray to be saved from their friends, for if they appear as making such a demand, they will stand before the country as repacious mercenaries, and nil the praise they have gained for their peril and sacrifice in saving the life of the union will be forieited by a base and greedy claim for pay, an exaction upon the national life of the country that will prove more calamitous than its death. We are unwilling to assume that these patriots are instigators of the monstrous proposition, and are inclined to the belief that those other patriots who fought with their tongues and pens, but never dared the dangers of the lield, invested the soldier with their own unpatriotic sentiments that all are alike greedy, avaricious, rapa cious. When we cumi to count up the an nual and increasing cost of pensions, and when we remember that besides the pensions, the soldier had been amply paid in the same kind of money that rewarded the services of all other classes, we conclude that even success ful war may become a costly luxury. Hut acquitting the soldiers of all agency in thij monstrous demand the demmd nevertheless exists, and it must fall on these third party leaders. Xow such party has alone as the reason of its be ing the redress of the evils resting upon the people through the unwise or wicked parties antagonized by this third party, the peculiar friend of the people. The greatest of these bur dens is taxation in one or an other form. Vet this demand involves at unce taxation of an enormous and limitless kind, to be added to the bur-j den already borne, the only relief otrered by the third party. Of this new burden, without the slightest re lief from the crushing weight of the other, the South would have to pay about one-third, which ii net loss; for it is all outgo from the South, hardly a cent of income. And yet this third party claims to be the special friend and savior of the Southern people; and the delegates to the St. Louis conven lion nosed there as the special cham pions of our people ! And yet not a voice was raised in protest against this demand. They remained as dumb as oysters, and the only apology or ex planation made when the monstrosity of the pioposition became ' apparent is that, it waf only a resolution, not a plank of the platform. Tl -..wv, uccu uu npoiogy or ex planation of the proposition to make the government the owner of the rail roads, a measure so infinitely more costly and dangerous than the other, that we see no sullicient reason for evahiveness on the one topic and bold ctlrontery in the advocacy of the other. The difference is that the cost and injustice of the one is patent on its face. While the other is so clouded with prejudices and obscured by vague and iruh finable estimates of costs and consequences as to have exeittd less of that anxiety than is properly due. Hut both are infamous and danger ous measures, both impracticable and insincere, and both intended to divert the people from real issues, to alienate them from their old party beliefs and affection, whPst the leaders of the movement are earning their pay as enemies and disrupters of the demo cratic party. The people are beginning to think on these things. When their judg ment is assured, these leaders of the third party will be overwhelmed in the same infamy in which thpir nn measures .re surel, ,oe involved. (purposes and V.UriK AS USUAL. The Progressive Farmer says : "Cotton is sailing at 5 and 6 cents a pound. Ask Gov. Holt why cotton mills are getting 16 cents for every pound of yarn they sell." As usual our contemporary is out of the way, and the implication in tin above is in full keeping with its effort to defeat the nomination of one of the best farmers in the State. Any cot ton buyer in this city could have in formed the Progressive larmer that cotton was selling at 7 and 7 cent?, not at 5 and 6 cents, and that were it not for the North Carolina cotton mills cotton would not sell here for more than 6 an l 6g. As to the price of yarns our contemporary is again in error. The highest price of yarn i? Z net at thirty days time, and not 16 2-3 as stated by the Progressive Farmer. We give our contemporary another point on this subject: In the manufacture of raw cotton it is esti mated that the waste is about 15 per ;ent. and the wages paid laborers about 75 per cent. This leaves only 10 per cent, profit, after the raw cotton has passed through the mills and come? out cloth. From this 10 per cent, should be deducted interest on invest ment, taxes, insurance, and wear and tear cf machinery. So, from any stand point, the per cent, of profit in the manufacturing business is not as rep resented by the third party organ. But can't a man make an honest living in an honest way in North Car- olina without subjecting himself to j misrepresentations by the Progressive Farmer! AS IT APPEARS. The returns from the counties thus far indicate clearly that the third party will not flourish in this state. The state convention will be composed of a large majority of conservative alliancemen and non-alliance democrats. We look for good results from a convention com posed of such elements of the demo cratic party. Those who have bf en going over theState with hands uplifted, like Hagar of old, against every body and everything save their own unworthy selves, will be summarily checkmate! - when they hear the voice of the con vention. Dishonest politics and politi cal intriguers will never be allowed to dictate the policy of any party in this Mate. Our people love fair play and will see that goo 1 men are not sacri ficed to please a s-t of men who, for the first time in the historv of th.. l 1 world, are paid wages to go about and seek offices for themselves. i f I'oim. ai ..,-,, ,,(.. i Hie prohibition party has se.-nred i uate at Lharlotte. for . v.f,,,- tv -v..w . . ti. ,juuu. He will be there May 27. on which date the prohibitionists will have a rally. He is a notvd speaker, but . h,. will find, the News remarks, that the issue in Mecklenburg is republicanism j or democracy. j The Mecklenburg county diMnocratic con vent ion to appoint delegates to the oiaie ana Congressional convent ions was a uiHgniticent democrat ic sweep. The'democracy of Mecklenb.irg pledged itself in iro?) bound r-soluti.M.s to th Rnleigh and Chicago conver-ti.ns. and also pini.el its faith to S. 1. Alexan der. Goldsboro AroNs- "Wh-it h- tl I Progressive Farmer got to do Vi'h 1 whom the democratic partv sh,li ' ' 1 shall not nominate for -ornor of1 1 T h as,d fevy lac North Carolina That is I third pnrty 1 t,01,a fPint an.d be guided by a wis paper,and its editor and oZl ?ul , V11 W petty preju third party advocate, Hnd one ,f tU n aVd 'nble arablCl0 of unwor- original dtsi-ners f tu , " platform and the twelfth resolution! Pamlico convention met May 7. J F. Brinson offered resolutions'puttin the convention on record as favoriS the reforms demanded by the allianco or something better, and advising all delegates to the various conventions to use all measures in their power to se sure such legislation; These resolu tions were adopted, 20 to G. Mr. W. T. Caho expressed dissatisfaction, say! ing the convention was not democratic, and called on the st:a;ghtouts to with draw, ihese then held a conventi and elected delegates to the State t ion vent on AT- T.. r i J on- sidpdTt w a X Xler re- 1 ail 0tbers' be e(lual t0 this re sided at this and Mr. Caho was seer- i easion." wry. it pledged itself to support the nominees of the democratic party. State and national. At the democratic convention of Warren county a resolution embodying Straiiht ilcmnni-iiiln : ...... .-i i ... r- wv-vxau unucipies was nrineinl vuieu nnwn wh. j. .. St T " , r ,c luuor"g the ! Ul3 piHuorm waj adooted V i .w Mru"mr Ine convent on tr. support the State and Federal de.nc- cratic nomine oa ..i , , All the men wno attend TZ 1 vention claim to be tlultT come highly indi if " iwl i party men Tl 111 ! !f d dmro5 c;' 111811 e democratic Ktato vv,v, national con- mentions act to suit them, but not further. I5ut, notwithstanding ti,;a inconsistent position, the convent, unanimously passed resolutions in structing the delegates to the CW ?ressional convention to vote and work iioujumcion ot vv. V. Lono-, of Yarren, who is a straightout demo crat, but a believer in j A correspondent writing from Ker nersville, says of the Forsyth, county democratic convention: "It was har monious. Though there was a decided third party movement floating around, A. 1 " it kept quiet. The delegates were not instructed, though a large majority of the delegates are for Holt. Each township in Forsyth will cast a eepi rate vole, and our township, entitled to two votes, will go for him. Win ston township will poll seven solid votes for him. One or two from the country will go for Alexander, if he runs." A letter from Oak Ridge, Guilford county, says that at the primary there this resolution was unanimously adopted: "That it is our conviction that the best interests cf the country and the party demand the nomination of Grover Cleveland for president, and that the county convention should in struct to that effect " The delegates are about evenly divided between al-lianc-men and non-alliancemen, but all favor Cleveland, and nearly all are for Holt for governor. There are only three third party men in the township and no third party talk whatever. The democratic party at Oak Ridge was never in better shape or more firmlv 1 j united. The democratic convention" of Northampton was controlled by alii ancemen, but no effort was made to indorse the St. Louis platform. Before the convention a caucus of alliance delegates was held, at which it was de cided not to agitate the St. Louis de mands, and nothing was said about hein in the convention. The dele gations to the State and congressional conventions are straightout democrats ! and will stand by the'party. Although luere are in the county a candidate tor at tornev-ce-neral nm fnr dates for Congress the delegates were left uninstructed, th.e convention bein or content to pass a resolution request in inem to act as units. At the Montgomery county demo cratic convention at Troy Mav 7th the following were elected delegates. to tne Mate convention: J. C Currie, W. N. Scales, J. R. Blair D. I). McKimson, John W. Cotton, D. H. Milfnn .To a A 1T ..1 rr.i delegates were instructed to vote for 1 . M. Holt governor; G. W. Sander lin for lieutenant governor, J. D I 1 li r . - iousnaii, ior auditor and Dr. R. L. Abernethy for superintendent of public instruction. The delegates were in structed to vote as a unit on all ques tions. Great harmony prevailed. The prospects tor democratic success are good. The third party does not cut much of a figure among Montgomery's u-ujuci iuu; auiancemen. Lenoir Topic: As an evidence of the loyalty of the Caldwell county alliance to the democratic party, it is interest ing to consider a few statistics furnish ed by the composition nf f bu lut n. - 1 X 7 111- ocratic county convention and taker in connection with the straioht-ont unequivocal democratic action of that body. There were 58 members of the invention, of whom 38 were allianep- men ana not members of the "alii ance. Seventeen delegates were sent to the State convention, of whom 9 are members of the alliance. It is a further sirrnifieant fnot tl rt;n,lon w',s a ful1 and free expression " iv lU VVJU - "t the popular voice of Caldwell mnfv i A ever before in the histr.rv rf county wa5, such a general interest tt kf n in the primaries and at least twice as many men took part in the primaries as ever turned out to them before. Over half the democratic vote of the county was represented at the primaries, in which between seven and eight hundred men voted. IIJU Jj?mh Tot!c: "Tiiat man is no Wh ROt earnestly nd de- VOUtly that the tate democratic seaming men, looking stead I cuu unswervingly to the attain- jiivjjii or mat consummation most de voutly to be wisheda united and in vincible democracy. No strange shib boleths will be adopted by a wise and patriotic convention, no burdens too heavy to be borne by any democrat will be laid upon the shoulders of the party. The old faith, handed down by the fathers of the constitution, is the confession that we can all subscribe to and, if any of us have new and "ad vanced" ideas, a wise convention will not force them upon men who regard them as heretical. Let the democratic party of North Carolina, as it has been . A. A" . I . . . Salisbury Herald: It is reported in some of our State exchanges that the alliance captured the primaries in this county and elected a majority of the delegates to the county convention. 'I his is a mistake. S; far- oc- ports have been - - ' cx i im i t-. received there aw eight precincts in whJti tv.n were elected without contest, and five in which contesting delegations were . . 0f the dht ""contested pre 7&1 knWn to h cted T ' demCratic dele?ates ad only three are controlled b7 men who have any ot. Louis third nartv taint. nd me straight democrats outnumber their opponents two or three to one. There will probably be a lively contest in the county contention, but we have no fears ol the result. Straight democrats will control its deliberations and only straight democrats ill be elected as delegates to the State convention, idark tha prediction. Judging from the resolutions adorned at th n Ulla primary, and knowing the views of some of the delegates appointed, the Herald is of the opinion that the third party element controlled the meeting. The resolutions will not be endorsed by the county convention, nor will the fourth resolution ever be sanctioned by any gathering of true democrats. Men who favor such unconstitutional and impractical schemes have no right in a democratic convention and should be excluded. That p ojle v ll suffer 1'roin sick lieaiLche, ilys pep.sia, nervou.-nes.s, con sti;;T:oM, piles, and fre quju! aiiacko of Lilious- Ii0;-3, whc.'l ;i few (lo'OS of Simmons Liver lieuia tor, taken occasionally, would cure and prevent them. There ate also very intolli gent j eople who fail to note the action of tne sy.-uem. whether the waste passes off regularly, or they have eaten so:neth:ng too hard for the delicate organs of digestion. The result is the liver, kidneys and howels hejome diseased, the tongue coated, the bloc I tainted, skin yei-lowi-h occasionally break ing out with pimples. The victims l. come mei-. anchoiy, sleepless and lose their appetite, and so on u : i t ; his eon j plaint is ch)o.i:c, :vm hov Know that iS.mmoii.s Liver lie .,1. . i .i niuun ,;: cure mem. ' '!! li) O !! S Liver Not liiinox.id Upon! Examine to ee that yon get the tMUJiuc, Ii3tmg:uished from ail wuis ann mitauens nv our Td Traiii'-'WHrk. on front of Wrapper p.r.t) on the side the -eal .nd .itrnatare is all it will cost you to learn how you may pos itively and promptly cure CVvtarrh Asthma Hay Fever, Bronchitis La Grippe and Con -VI CC'NciiipTION CATu QTHS" 'Ss-.K BHUNCH Tib MAY FEVtK- sumption. From the sarce source yov. may l-arn a perfect, and pleasant rem edv for Ind'ge-tion, Constipation, anri Menbal aad Physical prostration. Do you wanf. this valuable information Simply buy a postal card and seed your O'ime to the undersigned at either addie-sgiT'en, and a Manual of Specifir Oxysea, giving full information t gether vith testimony of r-iany won derful cures, will be prompt'- mailed you. icineeClfi 0xygil irf not H llteut med It is an honest home trt-Bt...tTit It is the oaly nif" Heated Gxvgen Separate .-pi-cir.cs ior Catarrh Hav Fever. aa It is prescribed by physicians. It is recommeiid-d by thousano-. Write for man uel at Oiice. Address T!E SPECIFIC OXYGEN CO, Nashville, Tenn. Or:oinSheely Rl'dg, Onaha, Xeb.; 412 Inter-Ocean Bl'dg. Chicago,' 111.; V. Alabama St., Atlanta, Ga.; 4'jy b Broadway. Louisville. Ky. EAK AND INBEVELOPEH Oreans strensrthened and eii!art'f.fi ; .. sions stopped, Lost Manlioud Ittori'---ViiricoceU', weak back, loss of ineiuorv. Ui. , i, ncrvoiisne, w.iki)cs. rreI v tlV -City Iinie! 5cs. l.W.r -c ;-; l ,,v, ;. M. A wri'ti-M pnr.iiN-'o of t v'-;r;i , six l-oxe. ..:!! iju--. i . ; I'ES.N i-I'5 V - w 206 :rlii J.vu.i .... . . my3-wl v. Calc-beWa Ens-!lh n,..-. a r m EHHYROYAL PILLS .;; '".'J Genuine. safe u r-llable. ludics ask Drcn f..r Chichester; K,UmIa mond Brand in Ked and Guld mtMiai Iwxes. seale-i with blue riMhln T.k no other. Refute rf.in Sold t j all Ixcl Druggisu, "lillda., ViZ Era IT I have a positive remedy for fa above disease; by its use thousands of cases of the worst kind and of W Btanduig have been cured. Indeed so otron is mv faith in its efficacy, that I will send two iy'tl"? u a VALUABLE TREATISE ath.9d4Kfh ferer who will send me their Exprvm au.I V. O ad lre T. A. Slocurn, M. C, 1S3 Poirl St., N. v! dec6-d&w-6m DRY-GOODS STORE WILL OFFER THIS WEEK - Ipecal argsins IN BLACK GOODS, 1 lot doubld width bUck wool Cash mere, 12c. v-ciau 1 lot 22 mch blacK wool Nun's Veiling, 1 lot Sh inch black wool .Henrietta 2"c 1 lot 4b men black wool Henrietta, 40c 1 lot fj inch til wcol black French Hen- inw1 iach 811 WOGl black Bitisteg : vltti S!cinth a l wt ol hlack French Hen- j ClothVv Ch aU WOCl black Ratistes j 1 lot 40 inch all wool black French Hen-! iiefta. (8c. 1 rJ'Vo0 inch ali WO)1 black German Hen- IIP i MO. I 1 let 40 inch all wool black Surah Serge, i 1 lot 40 inch all wool blat k 'firH - : hIHF'01 b'atk na ChSetS8 la blk Grenadines, j xiiettuuve are positively the best aru cheapest lie ever effered in this market- i 2 to .30 per cent less than same qualities1 can be bought elsewhere. wi NO SAMPLES CUT FKO.VI THK i ABOVE GOODS. ' Ask to see our line cf Shops, wich arp corsidered by alio be the be.t and Uheap- i est in the ci'v v-ut-ap . Itf ftjfebkri D. T. Johnson. (AGENT.) W nolesale Dealer to Lemons, Chickens, Oranges, Bananas, Cabbage, Eggs, Eutter, Peanuts, Selected Seed Potatoes, Etc. Consignments solicited. Quick sales and prompt returns. Families supplied with ldSt N. C. Hems, Sugar-Cured Hams, E. C. Shoulders, Bacon Sides, Best Leaf Lard, Best Country Vinegar. Best Fancy Patent Flour, W ater-ground bolted meal, Sugars, Teas, Coffee, Fresh Country Butter, Fresh Canned Goo!s, Cakes, Crackers, Etc. At Rock Itottom Prices. YourOrders Solicited. Prompt and Free Deliver?. 2ZBest 5c Cigar, Leading lSrand.' Chewing Tobacco.Cut Plug Mail Poucl and Tar Heel Srnokins Tobsoco. 0. T. JOHNSON. Aet., 6-y-d&w-lv M. S. CLARK, HALEKiH, N. C, i ill VI i'' i i i i i i i i i i i Mil! II i 771 IS PREPARED TO DO SLATE ROOFING In any portion of the State on short notice. Charges moderate. All work guaranteed Referrnces given. Address for particu lars. M. 8. CLARK, P. O. 132, Ralei?h, N. C. LO T. Thousands of dollars are annually lot by f hippera of perishable Produce ihronh depending on shipping on cooom'ssiou I cive the reason for this: I'erisbabl" pioduce fluctuates more than any other article of commerce. Then tin tuations are sudden and attended with great loss and the drop usually comes when you "five juur largest smpment in transit. mis can an oe SAVED by seltiug our CASH, R.O.B. Six years asro this plan was commpnred by Houston & Jiro. I was their manaef r t Olid n -h IV ""u'' "ww iiic.r successor in the t-iuuuce ousmss, and sball c-ntinue thif popular way of buying. When you havt CHICKENS, RIE FltllT. UAtiS, DRY HIDES. Infect acythiug in the Produce Line write fo- prices I refer hy permissien to the following K?.n?liPntAirm?.: J; w. Scott & Co . Odeli J ?l,u"; e oans or ijuuford, Ex'rx of A.M. Wfuston. A line addressed to any of these wdl establish mv credit. Very respectfully. JohnJ. Phoenix, Succeissor to Houston Ac Bro.. In Produce Business, GREENSBORO, N. C. feb23 3m 1 YI'WKIJEKS d-Si.!avMforiJ,e w-,rl'i;Pll rrakes; J 1 V manufacturer's exorbitant p.,cf s; we ship anywhere, KivinK' tbo'ouci, satniiat:ou before accepting; absolutelv first-class condition Rnaranted; politi velv ... . t u.-uui m icss, iDun La.li price exchangii g a specialty; instruments rent- u any when : largest nock in the world; rwo entire lloors devoted iTPinci, .i, typ-w.rers; jee cemmercial rating for our ecJmerp frei ,UUa,raIwl Rogues aad TVPKWRITER HEADQUARTERS. CVnr'-r0Vay eW York, 3bo Monroe St, Did you know that one half of the tin roo k m Raleigh netd painting at this rime and some are being damaged by the lack of a contof GOOD PAINT BEST ROOF PAINT MADE. WTAuer Proof aEd Rust Proof. I have used it more than twenty year All work warranted. J. C. S. LUMSDEN, mrao-tf Raleigh, N. C. THE NEW QUAKER CITY LAWN MOWER. Ten Special Points of Merit. P-s leputation for excellence fully estab lished in tl-iia ivT- BE N0T DECEIVED By the many Foorly constructed Mowers. t i 1 1 IiUN EASY. A SMALL CHILI) ' n a il- t- CA L S h IT. Send fnr l . . iw cular and Special i ncegt hos. H. Briggs & Sons Mi SOUTHERN SHORTHAND AND Business GoilGoe. ATLANTA. GA. Best equip ped Collegi in the Soutl Hundred of graduate in lucrative posit ions. Shorthand , type-w r i t -ing, book- 1 ii-Z , i w 1 keeping, drawing, penmanship anc mathematics taught by experienced teachers.. Large catalogue free. A. C. Briscok, Manager. L. W. Arnold, Ass't Man. Miss Alice Tuller, Typitfi . F. A. White, Princ'l Book-kfeping Dept. F. E. M CURAT, Princ'l Telegraphy Dept. L. F. Hatden, Princ'l Drawing Dept. H-25-tt NEW HERRINGS. J. R. FERRALL & CO --'- FAYETTE VI I.LK ST. U e are receiv!npr resular packins; V.rth Carolina o and Cut Heirin-s lirect from the fisheries, and can make low prices. A very choice lot Va Hums 2,Win rbs line N. C Hams. Ferris' Pis; Hams, Smoked Beef and Tongues, Orauj; Brand Small Hams. Harvey 'd Hue Breakfast Bacon, The Celebrated Ma.cno'ia Hams ud Magnolia Shoulders. Fine New Crop Cuba Molasses 1 5oo Vehicles Hirect from the Importers Prices low and prompt de livery of scodstoall parts of the city. TELEPHONE FREE TO MAGISTRATES AM) County Officers, Lpon the receipt of name and postoflicc we will mail to any Mauiatrve or Coui.tj Oflicer in North Carolina h cpv .f Itn U. d l ee Hill and LM ul Iiliinl. to l. ued. EDWARDS & BROUGHTON, l'ublihert Raleigh, N. C. Wanted, hoSr1PVlen?al?r5' or Commission, to handle the NEW PATENT CHFMIf il IXK-ERING PENCIL. ThiJiatJjt' ;ns "OTe w Prwl need. Erases ink thorough y in two feconds; no abrasion o paper; -(H) to -x) per cent, profit. One agent's Profit amonnttd to $i;20in six da8 an other 12 in two hours. We?an5e ?S ergetic central ascut for each Sate and I erntory. Kor terms and f nil particulars addresH Tl,E MOXHOR EHASEIt MAV IJEACTrRING COMPANY TCCi: Wis.. x2;r. 32 2m. FiVt YEARS AGO LAST We ppemd a little Rc ker Store in Goldsb-ro, ! iV) tock cntinirnrices on everv artit le in our little store. We were told that we were only given one month to dispose of our 'Wd stock:" that we ct uld said here We continn.i . open fire on the high price con- I ' " cerns wifh our llttl sharp 7 shooters (lootls crnne every ST day. W e hoisted oar lUg with j two little incoceat words, j t3 UNDERBUY ' j and UNDERSELL I )ne price f pot cash, before de v , livery. A hat was the esu t , success m businets. and to- ! ay w e have one of the i , i r" S LARGEST STORES m Goldfcoro. We came here urder the same banner. Own ed on the inh of April, and our success is bevond our expecta tions by double Our old fiends HnnciiW. O i "s HT ,!c kins to us asd ap- P eciHceor.r return to our old ' iTu; Tbyt their money d ' iu I-1! our fiends for ! ,hr kindness and we wll ! make effort to give then Kocds I i.L tn LOWEST VALUE, j If 5 on will watch the prices. ' ou can buv tondH I inucn "-txici mi man vou iui be- r no e car t the . i c we came, w e drove tlim LOW WATER MARK j-r; ; and they fdmll never ri .e O ! Pnces. ome t0 ee ns; that j will ! le the questioi at TES LYOS EACEST STOHE, 86 Centre Street, Go'dsbo o, N C and 129 Vayetteville Street Bal igh, n. n "IT" 7AXTED. M Chronica- to k-oVtw Jhe zndorf, Winston V k;.f".,ht the Zin hotel in Wxfatr 'completest l-v.-tr r- the inmm,.,;; ,."VW. rer.nvto enter-! NOV Philadelphia, ai Mr Ed V Demon, rf. ' :- fer herewith upon yon th(. lee of hicfllin our Malt I city of ltaleitih, X. c. Ve have lo doubt tha ior.nretrvm the popularity V joyed. ax:d with hi t v. ;v. cess, we remnin. your trir lri:usi.f: - K,! j j;: . An;. V. WoEiiKKv, s'ir... We cnrri.:ilst.. .. he exclusive aKv'.r sale of the celebrate.! I'. ' I Beers. This Ueer K.-w rei-H-'i",'" v ' -awards at the vaii.v.w u t.. " -' k.t si vew. v. (.(,r,i - . rv ! teer totet it,...' :. ' -:. ED. V. DENTON TO THE PUBLIC e can m.ply a , -r .,Iir . URNI3H i Your house rr a !v rn i DIAMOND: j aad Jewelry. ,.:v v uitcii 1 j VERY CHEAi j !. to 7.1 per ci'Til ti ti 'er n: ' . Vox fun tier ptrticul.-. . au ll I 30.3 Fav.tt.Ai!. -V . (JK.Vrs.W ATFI. -j;, . x fema!e: coo t ji . : , , ; ; ; expcrb-i ce unun e... :t! v. Dr. Cat on 's BelUble He:-. prompt and etrf-ctud. 1 h." I anteed woraanV nhmmmoi. ;;eat d're;l. e,ilei; a!vv 'I V fJATUX. P.odon, .M " l', Twin City Slsnci; Works STFA-CILS, BriUvKi: fT.n-Tv HKCKS.Aec, .!anfarf.:re.!t-u -V-S. B Tl'IlN Kit a n , 1 Water St. , PO Box YM AND Wnr L. ul MI S We ba-A in iir l.'epo--. line of Vehirle-. . sud !:- jJ. Of I'.Um ;.'(MI hi h '. . dJeno'hing t,ui b;ttw- :. -fee. We have BUOOIES, CAKIUA(,i:, no CAiriN At prices 1. 1 suit evrvr;,iv ; ,, . iotn f't'i: Biigidf- '! ;". . Wagon .V in iT.V. l.t.ir- ; . Jo HIT: ("f.rrij'es fjo-u.t r ... . gonriir,!-M we win , ,t. '. prices with freight n-'.i,l r ir'i7ie or write bir f3'j- ,r V"e t:krry a coiii;l -t- !:i;c . s: .,: Yancey & S'ronach, Agents Tei:nfssee and i ;; N'oh. ;tit, 321 and :;Z'. Wihtr-.-..-; SlER'pupism m, ()rit of my "r. Tiji-." o C S. B , bv -telling (J.r-. - tkd to reg!-trHt:o- t Tr .' . ihe-e imj, .,r(. tM,ii, v. rv h-n.-i-bred, liu li- 1 J d.gs' hv broken. 1 h- i-n ir nr, g-3 .: and will r, u I . fcr u.-!e jin i t- r f. 'j ,.- an e.cvpt:oi 1 ih.ince . : .1 B H !; i :TO: v:-;IOA'?',-!!! j We are now trer-i' 1 t u . . I on reM.'allv 1- : in" i !.;",? aLi ot.ier North r.,:,.;jii i . of -,iKfar:d upv.ard. ! to five v. ,-irs j Corresjionih-r; invi: i. Telephone 0. fv. RALEI ill, N fetdfi-tf ICE! )n arid hfter the .f i I,'1',,W'A' I'l.ATK B E V. Tl RING Cft. !r . f fl from mr i.'"' ; lf"J poTjnds Jr.. cr U, - ' .VI 17 ier-r!Ssrn tlv c,h on : V:llv.1 i TIVK IN-,: ,r. r . VsL'.r, HU i ' trii Hit-it-." : lU-U'Jit v and ' i ::i!'.'vtj A : Inv ' '. r . h trr ii ' -,. i - ' ma:l , -r '' t-e. Ii CilllMi'ii Clll i :it- I am prerared to v.r'..'-i. ; :.- special ir.sTruc-Mori- n.,w i. Miccesi-fullT cil'iv: t . r use, etc. For further pan - 't.-r - Somerset, Ky.. i':.' UMINHTMATOIf-s N1 1 : IX In'blsdav qiial:l:e-l - -i or of U s. J dr. s. ! -Klver Towri-hij. V"ak" n:it --. 1 ti'etotbe cT'itor- ot L - t ' ?ent their claim-. t.uie. I a'-- " to a!l ifdef t-d Jo m ii .-cr u, v''Mr'' j.. on or 'f, iv.. v.ard and settle with mr t y.iY. re th; i :h dav ' am guests & BOS WELL. Man'r. may lo lot m, , Adm'r of H A. J: March 25, WJ2.