North Carolina Newspapers

    THE GAZETTE.
HAMUM, - - - 1SI. C.
CM V, COUNTY AND GENERAL?
WtSLEY T
WILLIAMS, . . Local Editor
AND CITY COLLECTOR.
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expired, will please come forward and renew
rheir .subscriptions, or their names will be
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RALEIGFL N. C AUGUST 28. 1897.
A HOLT PEOPLE YOU KNOW.
Bet tie Harris lias bet n on the sick
1st.
Rev. .1
ast.
A. Savage left the city Monday
Dr. J. E. Shppptml va in the city this
week.
St t ator W. Lee Person was in the city
Mr lny.
SIihw students are beginning to arrive
in the c;ty.
Mr. Em st Jones left the city for Dur
ham Tu sday.
Attend thij revival
Church this week.
at Cox's Memorial
Hon, A. R. Middleton
one day last week.
was in the city
Mr Chas Shppard was here Monday,
rit route to Hamlet.
Mr. J. W. Roger, of Concord, was in
the oily this week.
Mr. J. T. Anderson left the city for
I eei.sboro Tuebday.
Rev. I)o!any and Bishop Cheshire ar
rived in the ci'y Monday.
While in Washitigton w e were the guest
of Mr. A. L. S-.itterwhite.
S e Field's Minstrels at Opera House
Fi il iy night, August I7rh.
Miss Annie Withersp on has returned
to the city fiom Greensboro.
Mr Cato Thoinfon, Sr., left the city
fi r Grt ensboio last Tuesday.
I Ion. Geo. II. White is now at his home
in Tttrbcro for a few weeks rest.
Traveling Agtnt Roger 1 eft for the
Newhern Fair Monday of this week.
Mrs. E. 1. Maynard left the city for
her home in M'tsitsippi last Saturday.
Mrs. M. E. Byrd, of Smithfield, says
the Gazktte is indispensable with her.
Don't forget that the large excursion
eomes heie from C ncord next Monday.
.Mr. Charles McKever. of Selma, lost
his infant child last Sunday a week ago.
Hon. C. W Hoover and Mr. J.T. Tur
ner It ft the city for .New York Wednes
day. We are glad to see Mr. J. R. D.ivis out
on the streets again alter several weeks
ili nets.
Prof, and Mrs. E. A. Johnson returned
home laat week from an extended north
ern trip.
Mr. Ben. Cito left the city for Wake
Foi est last Monday on a "oiricily busi
ness" trip.
Raleigh is to have a new paper, The
Times. It will make its appearance Sat
urday afternoon.
Mr. Theodoie May left the city for
Wake Forest last Monday to conn act for
some stone work.
Mr. Henry Bigg-, Jr., who has been
seriou-ly ill at St. Louis, Mo., returned to
the city Thursday.
Mrs. Robert Lant has teen very ill with
malarial fever, but is on iht recovery now
we are glad to learn.
Mrs. Samuel Hunt was aken painfully
ill at her home on North Est street Mon
day, but has recovtied.
Mr. Samuel Hunt lei t the city to spend
a few days with relatives and friends in
Henderson la-it Siturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Youug were the guests of
it. arm Mrs. U. A. L,ane at tea while so
jourmng in the capital ci y.
How doth the busy ootblack improve
e;.ch 'shining" hour. With his tan and
ox -blood polish he is a polishing power.
-Saire Owen L. Rhode and Messrs. J.
A. Harris and L. E. Fairley weie among
our subscribers and renewers this week.
Uapt. C. S. L. A. Taylor, of Charlotte,
has been appoint d Chief Mashall at the
State Colored Fair to be held- here scon.
Miss Carrie Haywood returned home
from Northampton after having a very
nice time with her friends and relatives.
A New Era Institute will be held by
lifv. A. B. Vincent at Hillsboro, August
;Jlst. The meeting wiil continue three
days.
Hon. W. II. Arrington. the only col
ored lawyer in Suffolk, Va., has a field
that is bright before him in the legal
profession.
Mr. Joseph P. Lane, of Suffolk, Va.,
attended the funeral cf his father, who
died about a year ago, at Enfield last
Sunday.
It goes without paying that some of the
prettiest young Ihdies in tie State are
tound in Hertford County. Do you hear
that, boys !
Mr. Button Pierce went to Gretnsboro
Tuesday to aittnd the sfssion of the
(irand Order of the Royal Knights of
King David.
Hon. T. L. Taylor, of Oxford, ppent a
few days in our city this w ek. II went
from here to Nelson to attend to some
Lodge business.
There will be a lawn party at the resi
dence of Mrs C. C. Edwards for the
benefit of ti e Fayetteville Street Baptist
Sunday School.
Rev. F. E. Edwards ard MiVs L. L.
Edwards were elected delegates to the
State Convention by the Fajetteville
Street Sunday School.
Mrs. Rev. W. R. Slade. of Wil rains-
ton.
is still in the city taking in some of
our delightful inland breeze, which has
proved very beneficial to her health.
Mr. Cato Thronton, Sr., left the city
Tuesday for Greensboro, where he goes
to attend the session of the Grand Order
of the Royal Knights of King David.
The Johnson High School opens Sept.
V-i h. For information, regarding the
different courses, and cost of tuition.
Apply to Prof. II. F. Smith, Principal.
Owing to the inclemency of the weather
there weie not many out to the enter
tainment Monday evening at the Roval
Knight Hall, given by the A. M. E.'Z.
Church.
Messrs. E. R. Jones ardC. D. Nickens,
two enterprising merchants of Winton.
favored us with their subscription to the
Gazette, also Mr. A. J. Reynolds and
Mr. Isaiah Boone.
The First Baptist Church of Obprlin,
its regular church meetiDg July 29th,
ailed Rev. P. L. Hall for its pastor. He
WU fake charge of the church the first
nday in September.
Mrs. W. B. Hunter has returned to the
J'lty. She has been at the bedside of her
hudmul, Mr. Wiley B. Hunter, at At
lantic City, N. J. He is much better
now, and is still improving.
It was our pleasure to meet Mr. B. M.
vi uce, one of the leading merchants and
htaunch Republicans of Suffolk, Va. He
's a man of broad views and generally
liberal in his patronage of colored enterprises.
Mrs J B. Small, of York, P i., accom
panied Miss Maud Young to Biltim
I&st week. She was looking well. WTe
were glad to meet her.
Prof Jnn R. Hawkins, Secretary rf
the whole A. M. E. Convention and ex-
TTJ mf KuiitreU College, was in the
City of Oaks this week.
Mr. A. R. Middleton brought from
Georgia ti e subsrriptions of Messrs. L.
Rhodes, Squire Owens and J. A. Harris
for which we extend our heart felt grati
tude. 6
Shiloh Biptist Convention convened
last Tuesday, August 17 to Saturday, Au-
fTl h Vth t,,e Sl,rin (,r(1n Baptist
t nurch. The Convention was very lareelv
attended. fe J
Saturday is the last chance for regis
tering your name, if you want to vote on
the bond ques ion. The election wiil be
held September 7th. The registration
books close at 12 o'clock Saturday.
Mr. C. Ii. Fraser, of Alabama, one of
Shaw s brightest students last year, is in
the city awaiting the beginning of the
University snext term. His many friends
welcome him back to the City of Oaks.
At Athletic Park last Mondav the Na
tionals crossed bats with the Hard Hit
ters, of Chapel Hill. Tne game was one
sided from beginning to tnd, resul ingin
a score of 17 to 4 in favor of the Nation
als. Rev. II W. Norris, Supervisor of the
Public Schools of Wake County, desires
all the school committeemen of the county
and ail others who will do so to meet
him in Raleigh on Friday, August 27th,
1897.
Mrs. Sarah. Ed wards and her daughter,
Ms Sarah V., of Baltimore, is on a visit
to her brother, Rev. II. Pair, t.f Shotwell.
Mr. C. F. Pair, a brother of Rev. Pair,
passed here last Tutsday en route to
Charlotte.
The Johnston County Sunday-school
Convention convened last Fiiday four
miles from Clayton. Prof. J. W. Byrd
is president. Delegates will be elected to
the State Convention at Ljuitburg Sep
tember 23.
Miss Sallie A. Eaton and Messrs. J. Y.
Eaton and Joseph Satterwhfte have been
elected delegates to the Baptist State
Sunday School Convention, which meets
at Louisburg on Wednesday niht, Sep
tember 22d.
Mr. Gtorge Harte field returned to the
city Tuesday after a long &tay in Wash
ington, D. C. His many friends wel
come him back to the City of Oaks. He
is here on a visit and will return to
Washington soon.
Misses Maggie Street and Annetle
Clauton were among those whose pres
ence lightened the gloom in our office
this week. M ss Clanton made us very
glad by planking down the cash for the
renewal of her mother's subscription.
Siy, AI. G. Field's big minstrels will
show at the Oper II ruse, Friday night,
August 27th. This Ls the finest and largest
minstrel troupe rn the ro.id, and should
haveapack.i house. It will undoubt
edly he the best attraction of the season.
Don't miss it.
11 v. L. E. Fairley, principal Stite
Noimal School at Fayetteville, was in
the city last week. His school will open
the 5th of September, ard a verv large
attendance is expected. He is s-paring no
pins in making this school tecond to
none in the S ate.
Editor Young and family returned
home last Tuesday afternoon via the S.
A. L , after taking in Washington, Bal
timore, Philadelphia ard Atlantic City.
They report having had a very pleasant
trip. Recorder Ci eatlnui accompanied
them to Atlantic Ciry.
A b'ig excursion is expected here from
Concord Monday. The Colored Firemen,
of Concord, a's o'h.r societies are ex
pected to come down. Messrs. J. W.
Boger and J. C. Banks are the managers,
and of course that means that these w ho
come will enjoy the trip.
Quite a mu-ical treat was givpn .at
Sunday night at the A. M E Z'on
Church, some of the best musical talent
among the young ladies of the city par
ticipated. The singing ard select read
ings were especially good and highly
pleasing to the large audience.
Hon. Jordan Thompson, of Suffolk,
Va., attended the Grand L dge t.f Gali
lean Fishermen at Bristol, Tenn., Auurt
10th to loth. Over thre hundred dele
gates from sevn Stts wre in atten
dance. Raleigh, N. C. was selected as
the next place of meeting in 1898.
The corner-stone of the A. M. E. Zion
Church was lid by the Mahons last Mon
day. Rev. F. K. Byrd delivered the ded
icatory sermon. It was a very interest
ing discourt-e. A large number tf peo
ple wf re present at the exercises. A col
lection was taktn for the church by ihe
Mi sons.
The ladies of Suffolk, Va., through
Miss Fletcher Lee and Mr. Jordan Thomp
son, presented Editor Y'oung with a
beautiful bouquet as he passed through
Suffolk last Tuesday, as a token of their
est em for him as a race leader. Rev.
and Mrs. S. G. Newsome were among the
Dumber.
Rev. E. M. Collett.of Oxford, N. C, is
in the city. He assisted by R-jvs. S. A.
J. Miller, pastor; L. G. McDonald and
otters, are conducting a revival meeting
at Cox Memorial M. E. Church, on New
Btme Avenue, for a week or so. All are
invited to attend these meetings, regard
less of denominations.
The Hertford County Teachers' Insti
tute was conducted by Prof. C. S. Brown
at the Waters Institute last week. Many
of the teachers attended with very great
benefit to themselves. Prof Brown is
doing a wonderful work for education in
this section. Ha is rceiving many let
ters of inquiry concerning the work of
education in this county.
Announcement is mxde of the ap
proaching marriage of Mr. J W. Rogers
and Miss Mtry E Thomas, which is to
be solemnized in Smithfield. September
9 h. It is to be a quiet home wedding.
Mr. Rogers is a native f Dm ham County,
but has been living in Wilsou for a num
ber of years. His host of acquaintances
will join in extending many congratula
tions. The Winston Republican says: "A
gentleman from Rateigh informs us that
Jim Young, col., will no doubt get the
Raleigh postofnee. If so, the Democratic
clerks and carriers will certainly resign.
They are all white Democrats and of
course their self-respect would not allow
them to hold office, for even a day, under
a negro Postmaster. We don't bet, but
a fellow offers to bet us a hundred dol
lars that not one of them will resign."
When one reaches the s reet from
Union Station when coming 10 our city,
he at once receives an impression that
Raleigh is a Teal live town, by the large
number of conveyances he sees there,
each one with a jollv personage in atten
dance, with his " Cab tab?" and "Right
here, boss." You can find here at train
time all kinds of vehicles, from the one
horse "hack," so popular in the South,
to the graceful landau. It is the opinion
of the writer that in no oiher city in the
South of fifteen or eighteen thousand in
habitants, is the public given such good
service at such low rates as that given
the public here in the city of Oaks, by
the owners of conveyances, and nowhere
ehe, and in no other business will a more
jolly and a more polite set of fellows be
found.
mom
This is to inform my friends thar. I am
at home with my sister, No. 409 South
Bloodworth street. I am still in the mis
sionary work, and can be found at home
any time after two o'clock, Wednesdays
and Thursdays. Miss Adoea Perry.
The FTr.li
September 5th at Durham, N. C. Through
the kindness of the Southern Railway
Company we have secured reduced rates
for those desiring to visit the Convoca
tion meetings from Goldsboro, Charlotte,
S vbsbury, Wilkeshoro, aad all interme
diate stations. Tickets on sale Septem
ber 3d, 4th and 5th, and will be good
until the 14th. L. M. Mason.
m m m
A Card.
To the many friends who so earnestly
abortd to mke the last days of my be
loved sister, Mary Miller, as peaceful and
happy as possible, I hereby extend my
heartfelt thanks.
Mrs. Bettie Harris.
The Winton Male and Female Institute
Its Prospects Bright.
The correspondent rf the Gazette
visited this famous institution last week
for the first time. Its founder and prin
cipal has done a work for education here
that few men could have succeeded in
doing. It will ever stand as a monument
to his memory. This school, of which
Prof. C. S. Brown is principal, offers su
perior inducements to youug men and
women seeking educational advantages.
Ihe dormitory and lecitation buibiing
for girls, the dormitory for boys, and the
chapel, ae im st admirable, pleasant and
comfortably arranged. The prospect for
a fine opening and a largely increased
attendance upon the Institute for the
present are bright indeed.
Prof. Brown's nice rtstdenTe and other
lots near the Institute are not only beau
tifying and proving asuccesd as a school,
but a'Jds to the growth a id beauty of the
village, with its healthful surroundings,
its beautiful location and its excellent
water. It is steadily and rapidly on the
growth and inciae. We aie proud of
this institution of learning, headed by
one of the foremost Baptist educators iu
the State.
A Home Enterprise.
Mr. E J. Young, Gereral Secretary
ant Business Manager of the People's
Benevolent and Relief Association of
North Carolina, passed tnrough the city
from an extensive trip in the east in the
intereft of the Association. While i l
our cty he paid the following names
sick dues: Mrs. Hannah Meaulers. 212
Weft C;barrus stieet, and J vs. Wilson,
S uth Pei sou etrtet. We are glad to
say they are fulfilling every prom s and
keeping every engage men. Mr. Young
informs us that the Association has a
membership of four thousand. In ve em
ployed seventy d puiies a:;d five clerks
in office. Mr. Young is a young man
with great push, and with him tts man
ager lite society is compelled t succeed.
Ha delivered a most ekquent and in
structive lecture Tuesday night, August
10 h, to a most enthusiastic auvtience.
Tne following nanind joung men have
been appointed as deputies for ih.-; city
of Raleigh: Mr. J. A. Young, on Cannon
street; Mr. J. U. Lov Bloodworth street;
Rev. J. C. Lowe, So ith Blount street,
and Mr. Charlie Gary, West Cabarrus
(treet.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Under and by virtue of a resolution of
the Board of Aldermen of the City of
Rihigh, pissed July 15, 197, in pur
suance of the authority givm m Chapter
129, Private Laws of 193, entitled " An
Act to authorize the City of Raleigh to
issue bonds for public improvements, and
to levy a special tax," rotice is hereby
given that a fecial eleciion will be held
at the various polling-places in the wards
of said city on the
7th Day of September, 18t)7.
for the purpose of obtaintr g the consent
of a majority of ihe qualified voters of
said city to the issuance of the bonds pro
vided for in Sections 1 and 5 of said Act,
ps follows :
Sec. 1. That for the purpt se of paving,
macadamizing and otherwise improving
the pull c streets of the City of Raleigh,
as the Bjard of Aldermen of said city
may determine to improve, and for such
other public improvements as th said
Board of Aldermen ni y determine to
make, the City of R tleigh is hereby au
thorized aivJ empowered to issue its boios
t ) an amount not exceeding Fiftv Ih us-
and Dol:ars, of such denomin-itioi.s and
in such proportions as t he Board of Alder
men may deem advL-able, bearing inter
est from the date thereof at a rate not
exceeding five per centum per annum,
with interest coupons attached, payable
half-yearly, at such times and at such
place or places as may be deemed al visa
hie by said Board of Aldermen ; taid
bonds to b-i of such form and tenor and
tianaferable in such way, and the princi
pal thereof payable or rtdeemable at
such time or times, not exceeding thirty
years from the date thereof, and at such
place or places as the Board of Aldermen
may determine.
Sec. 5. That for the purpose of pro
viding for the payment of the interest
accruing on, ana ihe principal at matu
rity, of the bonds issutd under authority
of this Act, the Board of Aldermen of
said city shall annually, at the time of
levying oth-r city taxes, levy and lay a
parc:cular tax ondI persons and subjec s
of taxation on which the said B aiU of
Aldermen now are or may heieatter be
authorized to lay and levy taxes ior any
purpose whatsoever, said particular tax
to be not lees than six nor more tnan eight
cents on the oue hundred dollars assess d
valuation on property, and not less than
eighteen nor more than twenty four cents
c n eaoh taxable poll. The taxes provided
for in this section shall oe collected, and
shall be accounted for and kept seperate
from other city taxes, and shall be ap
I lit ci exclusively to the purposes for
which they are collected. So much of
said taxes as may be required to .ay the
interest on the b mds issued by authority
of this Act, as it falls Oue, and cannot he
applied to the purchase or discharge of
th bonds for winch said taxes are levied
and collected, shall be invested so as to
tecure the payi ient at maturity of the
principal of the said bonds; and to in
ture the due inv ostment of the amounts
collected from year to year in excess of
that required to pay the said interest, the
Board of Aldermen shall caus 1 t lie said
excess to be turned over to the Com
missioner of the Sinking Fund of the
City of Raleigh, whose au'y it shall be,
under such rules and regulations as said
Board of Aldennea thali lioin time to
time prescribe, io make invi-stnunts of
so much of the t ixes collected and turn
ed over to him i b a on siid to ihe pay
ment of the principal ot ta d tonds is
sued under this Act, au i to co or per
form all such other services in connec
tion with said bonds as said BoaTd of
Alatrmen may prescribe, and such Com
missioner shall give bond and receive
such compensation for his services as
said Board, of Aldermen may determine.
Those qualified voters approving the
issue of the bonds, and the levy and col
lection of the particular taxes ts provid
ded for, shall deposit in the ballot-box a
slip containing tne printed or written
word " Approved" and those disapprov
ing the same shall deposit a like Blip,
with the printed or "written word "Dis
approved ".
That for the purpose of holding said
election, a new registration has been duly
ordered, to be held at the usual voting
place in said city at the time, and in the
manner, and between the hours as pro
vided for in the General Election Law,
begining Saturday, July 31. 1897.
Wm. M. RUSS,
H. F. Smith, Mayor.
City Clerk. . augd7t-
SERVICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICA
TION.
NORTH CAROLINA Wake County.
In Superior Court, April Term, 1897.
Octavius Mitchell, PJaintiff,
vs.
John Mitchell, Defendant.
The defendant alove will take notice
that aD action entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court of
Wake County for divorce and to declare
null and void the marriage had between
the plaintiff and defendant, and the said
defendant will further take notice that
he is required to appear at the next Civil
Term of Wake.Superior Court, to be htld
on the 25th day of October, 1897, at the
Court-house in said County of Wake, in
the State of North Carolina, and answer
or demur to the complaint in said action,
or the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the said com
plaint. D. II. Y'OUNG, C. S. C.
M. A. Pledsoe,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
August 15 0w.
St Aagastine's School,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Next Session begins Thursday,
Sept. 30, 1897.
COLLEGIATE. NORMAL.
INDUSTRIAL.
Students pav $5 a mon'h in cash and
$2 in work. (Incidental Fee, f3 a year).
A limited number of students may work
all day and at: end sch ol at night.
TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES.
If sufficiently advanced in English
Studies. VOlinfr wompn mav h rtct-ivaA
as nurses without charge, for an eighteen
months' course of instruction under tbe
phvsicians of St. Agnes Hospital.
For catalogue or information, address
Rev. A. B. HUNTER,
Raleigh, N. C.
Biddle University,
CHARLOTTE, N. O ,
Consists of four Schools Theological,
Collegiate. Normal and Preparatory, and
Industrial. and offers Eight Courses of
study. Exclusively for males.
Buildings heated by steam and well
lighted, and as well appomted for their
Durposes as any in the South Atlantic
States.
Community moral and intelligent.
Location healthful. Faculty able and
experienced.
Opportunities for students to aid them
selves bv work. Scholarships available.
Next term begins October 6th.
For information and caialogs, address
Rev. D. J. SANDERS, D.D., Pres.,
CHARLOTTE, X. C.
Fkisic School
OF
KITTRELL INSTITUTE
EITTRELL, N. C.
FACULTY:
C. G. O'Kelly, A. M.. Dem.
Mrs Lillian M. Hawkins, Principal.
J. W. Wilson, A. M , Choral Master.
W. A. Hammond, Oonductorof Orchestra.
Miss Cokinxe L. Gibson, A. B., Teacher.
Miss Lula A. Norris, Assistant Teacher.
This School cfTeis superior training in
the higher branches of music.
Branches Taught: Violin, Piano, Or
gan, LHdsarte Culture, Music History,
Harmony, and Orchestration.
B .arding pupils in the Music School
are under thetiiscipliue of the Institute.
Three terms f nine wef ks each.
For further information write
Mrs. LILLIAN M. HAWKINS,
Principal of Music School,
or C. G. O'KELLY",
Dean of Faculty,
Box 55, Kittrell, N. C.
School opens October 1st, 1897.
Tie Slater Mmtrial Acatay,
AND STATE NORMAL SCHOOL,
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
FACULTF FOR 'EXT YEAR:
S. G. Atkins, A. M., President; Thos.
R. Debnam, A. B., W. B. Crittenden,
A. B., H. II. Hall, M. D.,Mis Nellie
F. V. Edwards, J. H. Michael. S. J.
Crews, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Matron;
J as. C Banks. Registrar.
N. B A Critic Teacher, a Teacher in
Shcemaking and a Teacher in Sewing
will be added.
Normal; Industrial; Academic. Most
Healthful Location.
Offers superior training in its Normal
and Industrial Departments.
B ardiug pupils btome a part of the
Academy home.
Discipline firm but natural, and special
attention is given to the care of the girls.
With the commodious new brick budd
ing now goin. up tbe Institution will
give the best accommodations.
Expenses $7 00 per month with op
portunity for many to help themselvts
by inanuil labor.
Sonie books furnished without charge.
CJTThe Next Session Opens October
1st. 1897.
For further information send for Cata
logue or write to the President.
S. G. ATKINS,
Box 283, Winston, N. C.
july3-0m
A SUMMER SCHOOL
For Colored Teachers
At the A. & M. College.
First Annual Session will begin Tues
day, July 27th, 1897, and continue three
weeks.
A competent corps of professional
teachers representing many of the lead
ing schools and colleges of the State, has
baen engaged. Terms very low. Write
for circulars. Address,
PRESIDENT DUDLEY',
A. & M. College,
4t Greensboro, N. C.
A. J. BRANCH,
HENDERSON, N. C,
Contractor and Builder
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
REFERENCES D. S. Smith, J. T. Williams,
D. W. Hardy, Greenville, N. C.
NEW SHOE STORE
Opening of New
Spring Shoes.
Oxford Ties and Slippers.
New Styles, New Lasts,
New Shapes.
In Calf, Russia Calf, Titan
Calf, Cordovan, Kangaroo,
Colt Skin, Vici Kid, Patent
Tan, Krome Kid, etc., in
blacks, chocolates, oz
blood, brown, etc.
COME AND SEE
S. C.
S. B. NORRIS, Manager.
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Albion Academy;
STATE NORMAL
AND -
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL,
FRAKKLINTON, N. C. I
NEXT SESSION OPENS OCT. 4th, 1897.
LOCATION. This School ls located on an
elevation overlooking the city, healthful all
the year round.
DEPARTMENTS. Academic, Preparatory,
Primary and Industrial.
DORMITORIES. The dormitory for girls
is under the supervision of the lady teachers, j
and that for boys of the male teachers. j
TERMS. Tuition, free. Board, lodging and j
washing, $15 per sew I on of eight months. '
For catalogue and further information, j
address
Rev. JOHN A. SAVAGE, D. D., President, !
KRANKLINTON. N. C.
Farnitnre Repair Shop. I
MATTRESS MAKING
AND
UPHOLSTERING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Makes Folding-beds and
Sideboards.
PERFECT WORK GUARANTEED.
R. S. JACKSON,
508 East First St reet, Chaklottk, N. C. !
auglS 3m
BELL & PICKENS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
in and Shippers of
Fish, Shad,
Oysters,
Spring Vegetables.
SAT FISH A SPECIALTY.
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED.
Front St Market, Wilmington. N C.
DURHAM CITY DINING HALL,
Is where you will find a commodious
dining-hall, No. 117 Peabody street,
where you can at all hours be served with
a well-prepared meal and lodging at low
est prices. I can also furnish the public
with fine and first class ice cream. Fi i
vate families can send in their orders aad
they will be promptly attended to.
J. S. McAllister,
Bra. No. 119 Peabody St.
KOTICE.
Latta Unsversity will be closed during
the Christmas holidays for all the session
for the purpose of rebuilding the build
ings that were consumed by tire last May,
and also additional buildings. The Uni
versity is located in the village of Ooer
lin, N. C, one and one-half miles west of
tbe capitol building in tbe city. The lo
cation is the very best for a school, being
out of tbe busy city, but within easj
reach by means of the electric street cars.
It is enough to say, that there has not
been a single case of serious illness since
the establishment of the school. Each
dormitory is heated by stoves and hearths,
so every necessary comfort is secured.
The terms are very reasonable $7 50 per
month. Those desiring to reduce their
expenses by work will be taken at the
lowest possible rates: young men $6 40
per month ; young women $5.40 per
month; day students $1 per month. A
small incidental fee will be charged.
The school will reopen on the 7th daj
of October,' 1897. Our purpose is to make
it one of the largest schools in the South
for the race. Law and Medicine will be
added. The institution is wholly non
sectarian in its religious instruction or
influence. Yet earnest attention will be
given to Bible study, applying its ttuths
to daily life and conduct, that a thorough
Christian character may be obtained. It
is open to all students of either sex.
None but competent teachers will be em
ployed. For further information, address the
President, Rev. M. L. La it a, D. D.
I will leive for the North and Europe
the latter part of December or the first
of January, and will return time enough
to have buildings completed by the re
opening of the school. The University
will contain eight buildings.
dec. 66 m.
THE NEW STYLES.
POOL,
130 Fayetteville Street.
On ATI at TvIJo.1,!
ROYflLIi & BORDEN, Q
Leaders of Lnw Prlnoa t m, i
Leaders of Low Prices.
ATTENTION WASHERWOMEN!
And all others who use
Soap.
SOAP!
SOAP!
SOAP!
The best, the very best, quality of Soap.
We offer you eight cakes for 23 cento, four
cakes for 14 cents, two cakes for 7 cents,
one cake for 4 cents. This soap is equal
in quality and auantitv to anir 5 rnt
soap on the market. Give it a trial and
you will buy no other.
Gold Duet Powder in 5c. packages, 6
for 25 cents.
Pearline tame price as Gold Dust.
"We have a general line of Groceries
which we are offering at low prices.
Our salesmen, porters and drivers are
always polite, and we guarantee every
thing we sell.
AH goods promptly delivered.
W.C.STRONACH&SOHS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
Just Completed!!
THE
STAR ICE CREAM PARLORS
have just been completed; three separate
parlors, neatly furnished and lighted by
electricity. Many lovely pictures adorn
tbe richly painted walls, which are painted
in green, yellow, red, sky-blue and other
colors, all blending in harmony, making
this the most attractive place of its kind
io the city.
Ladies' separate parlors. A parlor for
ladies and gentlemen.
Visitors to our city receive our best at
tention. Waiters oolite and evpr rp.iv
to serve vou in style, and at any time.
Call and be convinced.
I If you wish to have cream for Snndnv
please send in your order on Saturday.
Wholesale and Retail.
STAR ICE CREAM PARLORS,
P. J. JEFFREYS, Proprietor,
209 West South Street.
!
We only ak you to come and be con
vinced. There is nothing more aston
ishing than to we how prompt we are in
delivering goods bought of us. Our
groceries are absolutely fresh.
Best Flour, Mpat, Meal, Lsrd, Cr.ffee,
Sugr, Butter, Egs, Cheese, Tea, Break
fast Strips. Gold Dust, Rice, best Laundry
Soap, Corned Beef, good Cedar Buckets.
A complete line of Confectioneries,
Candy, Nuts, and all kinds of Cakes.
FINE TOBACCO AND SNUFF.
Special bargains in
OAK AND PINE WOOD.
All promptly delivered. Don't fail to
call.
WE LEAD AND OTHERS FOLLOW.
J. L. ALSTON,
Cor. McDowell and South St.
J. R FEOTMi CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
GROCERS,
222 Fayetteville Street,
RALEIGH. N. C.
The Largest and Best Stock of Staple and
Fancy Groceries in the City.
Quality the Best. Prices the Lowest.
FITZSIMMONS
lOOK.
Before Leaping, aod Examine
the Following Price-Liet:
Good Molasses, 20c gal.
Country-made Syrup. 35c gal.
Fine Golden Crown Syrup. 5c gal.
Two 5-cent Boxes Bluing, 5c.
Good Green ColTee, 121c lb.
Better Coffee, 17jc lb.
Nice Mullets, 3c lb.
Good Laundry Soap, 4c bar.
First Quality Table Peaches, 10c can.
Three-pound Can Tomatoes, 8c can.
Three-hoop Jumper Buckets. 20c.
Best Cream Cheese, 15c Ib
Large 10c Buttle of Machine Oil, 5c.
Grits, 2c lb.
Fine Shoe Leather 25c and 30c.
Gold Dust, 20c package.
Lamp Chimneys, 4c, 5c, and 6c each.
Powder, 25c Ib.
All kinds of Tinware at Lowest Price.
Gun I owder and Shot always on hand.
rk' and SaU8aK t all time.
t3T"Come and be convinced.
W. L. SANDERFORD,
Heavy and Fancy Groceries, Etc.
8. E. Cor. Blount and Smithfield Sts.
All Ctircte or Snnflay-Schools
WHICH WANT
SINQINQ CLASSES
TAUGHT FOR
Twelve or Twenty-four Lesson
Terms
Will do well to correspond with
Prof. A. R. GREEN,
MORRISVILLE, N. C.
North Carolina Republican Head
quarters in Washington.
At 419 12th Street. N. W.. vnn will fl.t
the North Carolina Republican Head
quarters, where you will be liable to keep
in full touch with the new administra
tion. Information will lie sent in five
times a day for the benefit of the club.
Any one wishing quarters during the In
auguration, or at any time, can apply io
A. L, SATTERWIIITE,
Piesident.
FOR REPAIRINO
Sewing Machines,Organsf Accordlons.Ac,
WXITB OK CALL ON
J. D. CRUDUP,
No. 106 Wilmington St., Ralkior, N. C.
ALL WORK GDARANTHKD.
JAMES S. LANIER,
Attorney at Law,
WINSTON. N. C.
WAITING FOR YOUl
MEN'S AND BOYS'
CLOTHING,
CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, NATS, Etc.
have never been sold so chean vm, o.n
get them right now of
CROSS & LINEHAN,
21 0 Fayettetri St., RALEIGH, N. C.
-Membem of the General Awietnbly will do
well to jrlve iii a call.
-FOR-
French Fried Potatoes,
TRY
A. BROWN,
113 E. Hargett St.
ALSO
SOUPS, STEWS, BOASTS,
And everything that can be
had in a First-class Restau
rant !
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
. A. BROWN.
APEX NORMAL AND COLLEGIATE
INSTITUTE,
APEX, NORTH CAROLINA.
Fall term begins October 1st. Beauti
ful and healthful location. About five
minutes' walk east of depot. Excellent
water. School of high grade for both
sexea. G od discipline, full courses of
study n irmal, theological and colle
giate. SiH-cial attention Io instrumental
and vocal music. A corps of competent
teachers has been selected. Terms: Tui
tion fl.50 per month in advance. Good
board can be Procured from $3 to $8 per
month. For further information addrea
the Principal,
W. H. Morris, B. D.,
Apex. N. C.
BARBER SALOON.
When in need of a Hair Cut or a Shave
call on IIartman & Counsel, the Bar.
hers, of Wilmington, N. C They are
first-class and polite in every particular
You will find them at 821 N. 4th Street!
When in the city call on them, .
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