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THE DAILY CRESCENT.
. JOHN S. HAMPTON. i
OJ'ce, Garter Fayettev'dle and HarjU Streets,
Ov : J, M. JlhsvrJxv'-rn's Here 2d F'itrr.
One year in advance, $5.00.
r- x months ... 2.00.
City subscribers supplied at -ten centsa
.11. 'F. CHEATHAM & BKO.
THilesale and retail dealers in
GUOCrJIUES and DRY GOODS,
Roots, Shoes :and Clothing,
HARDWARE, TIN & WOODEN WARE,
Leather, Tobacco I and General Mer
,' chandisc, j .' :'(.".':.'':
No. 1 Exchange Place,
1 RALEIGH, NT C. :
Highest price jmid for cotton and coun
Dried, f, "
MUTTER, Best country,
"' Good '.. " ,-1 .
' ' Gohen i
UAi'ON, NM!. Hi., 1
i " " llama, L
44 ' " Shoulders.N. C.
EGGS, - " j
FLO UK, N. C Family, ..
FODDER, Per 100 tLs., ,
HAY, Per 100 SU,
' CORN. ri: i
MEAL. , ' 1
- : Irish,
OATS, Bailed Per 100 tts.,
; M , Seed Per bushel,
2 G0ii3 00
. 9 6(
1 25a 1 420
1 00a 1 -V
. 1 50 ,,
BACON, Rib Bulk Side,
" C. R. " "
" Smokad "
..'.':' Shoulders, ;
" Best Sugar-cured Hams
COFFEE, Old government
" Good, Aj".
-FISH, MackerelNo3,., .
N, C. Herrings, cut,
' I' Roe "
44 : Corn Shad, i bbl.
, Va. Family,
Extra, 1 :
- " Superfine.
MOLASSES, Cuba, new
C crop, Per bbl
SUGAR, Standard A. Per bbl, .
Extra, C, V
: 44 C Yellow,
SYRUP, Bbl., ,
YELL0W SULPHUR' SPRINGS.
j. VlRGllrfAi ' 1 .
lus t'ovilesl and nuCt tElcvUil - iiiixxmtnl
Resort in Virginia.
IS SITUATED NEAR THE TOP OF Tilt
Three and one half mles from Christians
- burg Depot, on the Atlantic, Mis
sissippi and Ohio Railroad.
The BUILDINGS arer new, conveniently
arranged! and capable of accommoda
' ing 500 guests.
... The WATER as a tonic is without a
rival. Its alterative properties adapt it to
wide, range of diseases. It is especially
valuable in Dyspepsia andall diseases of tht
iXomach and Jiowels. It has no superior ii
L'idaneous Affections, General DtbUUy, Pro
traded Convalescence, or for persons suffer
ing from (Nervous Disorders, or, Overiaxeo
Brain. It is a specific in. Chronic Diarrhoea,
Chronic Clioltra Infantum, , aud in 'Disease
Peculiar to Females. This Spring: has beei.
for vpara a favorite resort for families;
being admirably adapted to relieve children
while teething. ;.
rrnn nnniDU WkUT T7YPRT7SS.
OFFICES' in the new Hotel:
BATHING APARTMENTS. Hot ano
Cold Baths of mineral water at the com
mand of visitors.
BILLIARD SALOONS, and BOWLINE
Allevs for Ladies and Gentlemen.
: i An exnerienced and skillful Resident
Phy sician -will be in attendance during thi
COACHES' from the Springs meet ever)
1 train at Cfiristiansburg Depot. ,
Excursion Tickets at reduced prices, car
be gotten at ail principal stations.
Terms. Board per day, i.60, for
sihgle week, $14 ; for four weeks or lunge
qiz.ou per weeK. vuuurcu uuuifi jw
half Drice; If or three consecutive moDin
we will oulv charsre 45. J' -
Send for pamphlets containing analysis.
: " Audress - - -
J. J. & J. WADE, Proprietors,
may 18-2m Yellow Sulphur Springs.
TN STORE ,
20,000 Lbs. Bulk Meat,
2,000 ' 44 Country Hams,!
,100 No. 0 Plows, V1
- 20 Bbls. White Sutrar, '
. assorted grades
'' 20 Baes Coffee "assorted grades.
WILLIAMSON, UPCHURCH & THOMAt
TTOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE Oh
A beautiful new residence, two-story
with seven rooms, and well of good watei
in the yardr next block CoL C. B. Uarn
Bon and the Teace lnstit ute. Apply to
i J C. R. LITTLE,
Rajeigh A Gas too Der
June l8-tt ' ( ,
. - 1 "" j ' '
"pkK. B. i X. iAIUtlNU'iUN. i
. - i .'7 '
office over; Tucker's Store.
rTTlTE MI L TmO N C li H O N.I C L I
is: ' .-. i .h (;i .
t'lLTON, k. a.
Evas & Smith. Proprietors.
PubUslicd Saturdays, at $2.25 per year,'
L. J, GULLET OF THE FIRM OF J? P
Gulley & Bro. wishing to htire from busi
ness; on account 1 of feeble health : The
firm of J. P. Gulley t Bro. U this day dis
solved by mutual consent. Alt .'partic in
debted to the tirm are requested to mai
paymenta at once to J. p. Gulley who is
hereby authorized to settle the copartner
ship business. "
T J. P. GULLEY.
r L. J. QULLEY.
Raleigh, X. C July 27, 1874.
The firm of J P. Gulley fc Bro. being
Ibis day dUsolved: I will continue buainess
at the-Kame stand : and trust my friends
will favor me with their .liberal patronage
that has been given to the late firm.
-.)z.-: J. P. GULLY.
ItALi:i(JII FAYOltlTK SEGAIt
pffer to the trade, at wholesale, the follow
ing excellent brands of sega'rs : " Raleigh
Favorite," " Legl Tender," k Grape," and
the " Planter." Orders pomptly filled. .
July 27-lino. f
ICE CREAM If REEZERS I
These Freezers have been in use since
1860 with the most flatter ing results.! They
Have well earned the reputation of being
ii THE BEST FREEZER i?
ever introduced, no' expense' is spared to:
render Hliem perfect and improvements
have been introduced by which increased
strength, : durability and neatness are
secured. They are made in the most dura
ble manner and the -mechanical arrange--ments
are such that they will freeze Cream,
c ruiLH, or y aier ices in me snor test possi
ble time. .
Send for Circular and directions for
freezing. - - -
- T. II. BRIGGS & SONS,
may 23,tf . -
L. 11. EXLINE.
WAYNE ALLCOTT & CO.,
HEAVY AND FANCY
- ' ' '
' ' AGENTS FOR '. . ' ,
MIL-BURN, STUDEBAKER & VIRGINIA
W AO O N S .
ST. II. Massie, Pres't. Jxo. Wood, Jr., Sec,
Albemarle Insurance Co.
p . OF VIRGINIA,
i Esta lliliocl
CASH ASSETS OVER $250,000.00
Fire Policies issued at the lowest current
i.rates.'' . .
Losses promptly and equitably settled.
LAWRENCE A WINSTON,
1 ' : . Raleigh, N. C,
.. Gen'l Agt's for North Carolina.
June 1-tf v'.;' .
THE NEEDLE COf TON Gill.
FIVE YEARS OF TRIUMPH AND
these Gins are without a peer.
Gold medal was awarded at our recent
State Fair as the, best Gin made. It pro
duces a greater quantity of lint than any
It produces a better quality of lint than
any, other Gin. It performs more work in
a given time than any other Gin the same
size. In operating the JNeedle Cotton Gin
ihere is no. danger from friction, hence t
mil be readily seen that this Gin is strictly
Fire Proof. " Send for circular.
Sold only bV T. H. BRIGGS fe SOS.
Sole "Agents, , and dealers in Hardware
Stoves, Leads, Oils and Premium Safety
Oil. .-!- ' ,
july 27 tf s-:'"---
A Boarding and Day School
. r o R
V 0 U N G L A D I E S ,
The Fall Session commences on, WED
NESDAY, 23RD SErl EilBEK, and con
. innps without intermission ta middle o
f nne followinff. For catalogue containing
full particulars as to terms, Ac, address
"Rev. R. BURWELL & SON,
jun25-d3tJUtd Raleigh.C' N.
- tin it KVKMJi Mi " jk. sEi
RALEIGH, NORTH CABOLINA AUGUST 21, 1874.
AltOLiN A CENTRAL RAILWAY CO..
WrxcrN-GTOx, N. C, May 14, 1873..
. , PAXKENOEB TAACfS
Laave Wilniingtoa. Daily (Except
Arrive atWadebboroat . . .. . .
Leave Wadesboro at. ,
Arrive at Wilmington ai. . .
.8:00 A M
.525 P M
. .7:10 A M
, .4:85 P M
f PEEIOHT TBAXN'S.
Leave Wilmington daily (except
Sundays): . . ... . . . . . . ... .... ..6:00 A M
Arrive at Lauringurg at ......... 5 :30 P M
LeaTeLaurenburg at. . . . . .". . . ;.5K) A M
Arrive at Wilmington, at.. ... . . .5:30 P M
Leave Charlotte daily, Sundays
excepted, at .... 8:00 A M
Arrive atBufililo at. . .. : . .. . ... .12:00 M
Jeave Buffido at. . . v .,,10 P 1!
Arrire U iT0SVZ . . . 7.5:15 P M
Irregular Lumber and Timber - Train
run on tppth portions of the Road as the
r A Daily Stage will soon run in connec
tion with the trains on both ends of the
Railway, !-v ' ' .- j ' .i
S. L. FREMONT, t
Chief Engineer and Sup't 1
apr22tf. : .
JALEIgIi COACH FACTORY.
; N. S. Harp,
Coach & Huggy Manufacturer.
COVERERD AND OPEN BUGGIES,
PILETONS, S'ULKIES J AGGER Wagons
RePaTRIXG l'HQMPTLY . EXECUTKD.
By permission I refer to all the practicing
physicians of Raleigh.
Place of Business one door East ol
Wynne, Yancey fc Co.'s" Livery Stablesj
Morgan Street RALEIGH, N. C. i
mar 3-3m "': ;'."' ( '
EGISTRATION IS THE ONLY AB
SOLUTE SECURITY IN
LIFE - TlSTJTtisal'.
MISSOURI VALLEY LIFE
i . INSURANCE COMPANY
Issue the "Registered 1 Policy." . These
policies are as secure as our National Cur
rency or Government Bonds The Com
pany's investments are made at .12 per cent-
interest. Examine carefully our "Regis- I
tered "- Tontine" investment Policy
j&piuuabiuii ui vue, syisiem cneeriuuy i
J.'ll. DURLAND, Manager.
Raleigh, N. . C. Send for Prospectus
Agents Wtmted. -
may 20-tf j .
END FOR CIRCULARS OF
r's Ice Cream Freezers, ''..'.
Premium Safety Oil. ;
44 Best" Co. k Stove,
T. H. BRIGGS & SONS'.
J Q-BRYAN, r
PAINTER AND GLAZIER,
RALEIGH, N. C. . . ;
All kinds of painting done on short no'tice
and at reasonable prices.'
Orders left at the store of VV . U. stronaeh
promptly atteuded to.
june z ii
jyJ- R S i J . Nt. B UNT ING,
uoniecuonenes ana groceries,, ipoacco
r .. . i i-i m 1
Oio-ars 'Snuff --Ae 4 "
Vigais, onun, bc. .
.ast ;siae ot rayeuevme oweei. next
aoor 10 Eat umce -
Book 2E5inler clktcI Blank
Book Manilla ctiirpr.
Over the N. C. Bookstore, Raleigh, N. C.
Trial, Execution, Minute and Recording
Dockets made to order.
All kinds of Law Books bound in. supe
loor style. Terms as moderate as any
J) F. PESCUD & SON,
General Insurance Agents and
" TUCKER HALL. RALEIGH. N. C-
General asrent3 for the National Life In
surance ComDanv 'U. S. A., which is the
strone'eat Stock Life Isupance Company ia
America, and insures at lower rates than
others. Agents for ihe followinsr Fire In-
surance Comoanies : Home.' New York,
Franklin, of PhiladelDhiai Georffia' Home,
Columbus : Liveroool. London and Globe,
Fireman's Fund, CaL, Atlas, of Hartford,
Farmville, of Ya. ; Amazon, Cincinnati ,
City of Richmond ; Atlantic of New York,
Losses promptly adjusted ; combined as
sets f30.000.0OOO. "
BEAUTIFULLY Situated on Blount
Street, one Square South East from
the Capitol and close to Fayetteville Street
and the business portion of the City.
Ialeijrli, IN". C.
XEW HOUSE, GOOD ROOMS,' TERMS
Servants Polite and Attentive.
! The table supplied with the best
The patronage of the public respectfully j
solicited. ' i
B. N. HOWELL, Proprietor.
R. P. HOWELL, Business Manager I
-pIEDMOXT AIR-UNE RAILWAY.
Richmond and Danville, Richmond and
..Danville R. W.f Division, and North
Western N. C. R. W. . , .
CONDENSED TIME TABLE.
In effect on and after Sunday, Jane 14th,
M Air-Line J
7.00 P. It
2.15 A. M
2.32 V. it
8.35 a. v
1.15 p. if.
Ar. at Richmond
11.04 P. m.
) T7. ; .
STATIOXS., MAJL. EXPRESS.
Leave Richmond I' 1.38 p. m 11.45 p. u
44 Burkville 4.41 " 2,52 a. m
" Danville 9.!29 1 8.37 ,4
" Greensboro 12.40 a. m 11.58 44
' 44 Salisbury 8.38 " 2.15 p. m.
" Air Line J. 6.24 " 4.54 44
Ar. at Charlotte 6.30 a. m 5,00 "
GOING EAST. j I
STATION'S. MAIL. !
Leave Greensboro 1.30 a. m
' " Co. Shops 8.15 44 .,
44 Raleigh -7.30 '4
Ar. at G oldsboro 10.20 a. h ?z . .
STATIONS. MAIL. j
Leave Goldsboro' 2.30 p. m
" Raleigh 5.41 "
44 Co. Shops 10.15 44
Ar. at Greensboro 1 1.40 p. m
NORTH WESTERN N. C. R. It. ,
5 SALEM BBANCH. - t
Arrive at Salem,
Arrive at Greensboro.'
1;30 A. M
; 3:00 a- m
i 10:00 p. M
11:30 p. m
; Passenger train leaving Raleigh j at 5 :41
p. m. connects at Greensboro with the
Northern bound train; making the quick
est time to all Northern! cities. Price of
Tickets samel as via other routes.
Trains to abd from points East of Greens-'
ooro connect at. ureensDoro wiiu hiA
Trains to or from poiatsi North or Suuthl
irams aaiiyy ootn ways.
E7. .m. in
res Richmond at 9:42 a. m., arrive at
Burkville 12:35 p. m., leave Burkville 45
at ar., arrive at Richmond 7 :58 a. m.
. Pullman Palace Cars on all night trains
between Charlotte and Richmond, (without
change.) - ' - V ';.
For further information, address
. - . & E. ALLEN,
General Ticket Agent,
"Greensboro, N. C.
T. M. R. Taxcott, j-
Engineer and Gen 1 Superintendent,
: : - -' ; ' .. .
XinLMINGT0NV COLUMBIA & AU
YV 'GUST A R. R. COMPANY.
Gbn. Superintendent's Office, ,
Wilmington, N. C., Oct., 24, 1873.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
The following Schedule will go into effect
at 4:30 A. M., Monday, 18th inst.: f
DAY EXPRESS TRAIN, (Daily.)
6:10 P. M
Leave Florence . .... .
Arrive at Columbia.
44 " Augusta...!,
8-45 A M
Leave Augusta. .......
Leave Florence. .
8-45 P M
I A i.i.ittn of IVi tninnfAnl 1 7.1 K V M
Arrive at Wilmington .
Passengers going vv est to points neyond
L.,i.: ,J ..Lri Sr.:ir..
" r r" . - r
Leave ' Wilmington ' 8 00 A. M
Arrive'at Floi4ce;..,.".:;v-.l5 P. M
Arrive at Columbia. ......... 9:55 P. M
Leave Columbia......... ..... 6iO0 A.M
T uona vnr.nna i o?; p m
Arrive at Wilminjrton. . . . . . ;. 7:15 P. M
Accommodation , Train makes no connec
tion at Columbia. Express Train makes
close connection both North and South.
"YXTILMINGTON & WELDON R. R.
Offick General Suferixtexdkmt,
Wilmington; N, C, March 29, 1873.
CHANGE OF SCHKDULK.
On and after March 29th inst, Passen
ger Trains on the Wilmington and Weldon
Railroad will run as follows :
I Leave Union Depot daily (Sun-
I days excepted) ........ 7:40 A. M
Arrive at Goldsboro. . . 11:50 4 44
I Rocky Mount. . 2:00 P. M
I Weldon. . . .. . . "i..,-- 3:50 P. M
Leave Weldon daily (Sundays
excepted) At 9:50 A. M
Arrive at Rocky Mount, i . . . . 11:85 A. M
Goldsboro... ..... . . 1:37 P. M
Union Depot. 6:50 P. M
Leave Union Depot daily. 1 , .At 11:10 P. M
Arrive at Goldsboro. ....... 8:57 A. M
7- Rocky Mount! ... 6:21 AH
Leave Weldon daily. . . . . . . . .
S8A A TW
7:30 P. M
Arrive at Rocky Mount. . ... . 9:27 P. M
Goldsboro..,..;..... 11:43 P. M
Union Depot.... . . 4:20 A. M
Mail Train makes close connection at
Weldon for all points North via Bsy jLine
and Acquia Creek routes.
Express Tram connects only with Acquia
Creek route. Pullman's Palace Sleeping
Cars on this Train.
Freight Trains will leave Wilmington
tri weekly at 6.00 A. M., and arrive at 1.40
P. M. .'
Express Freight Trains will leave '
mington daily (Sundays excepted) at
P. M and arrive at 7:00 P. M.
JOHN F. DIVINE,
Price 5 Cests.
iJJEMEMBER THAT THE
Remington Cotton Hoe
13 the best made. Send for Price List.
i j T. H. BRIGGS A SONS
. ap f lUUVh. N O ,
R. IL Battle, Jb C. B. Rooi
f Prefeideut Vice President.
II 0 RT H CAR 0 L I II A
HQme Insurance Co.
K A LEI G H, K. C
INSURES ALL CLASSES OF ' INSITK
- . ABLE PROPERTY,
Against Loss or Damage by Fire: on th.
tnost Reasonable Terms. "
Losses Prokptly Adjusted and Paid
Encourage Homo Institutions.
SEATON GALES, Secy.
PULASKI COWPER, Supervisor
mar 8-3 m
Use Frank JMiller k Sous'
!'' ' r ' ' - - " . - r' ' " '"'
i j contains no 4 acid, and gives a dry.
I e ..tiful and durable gloss, ana owing to it
very careful preparation is decidedly bene
ficial t leather, f i
' Retails cheap as common Blacking and
is far better. ' i ' '..'.:
( Send for Price list. ( Discount to the
raae. ' j y ',,
' july 3 T. H.BBIGGS A SONS.
Dickson's Cotton Sweep.
j t . . ' - . :-
We have in store stock f these'
braied Cotton Sweeps. - v
TEey "are made of polished steel and ar
the pattern used and recommended by '
DAVID DICKSON, ESQ.,'
the famous cotton grower of Georgia. I
They are decidedly the cheapest Cottoi.
Sweeps sold in this Market.
ap 8-tf T. H. BRIGGS A SONS.
old Outspoken, Political and Genera
. riewspaper, .
. published atJ
STATESVILLE, N. C.
' e number of the Landmark will
I appear about the 15th of June. While tht ,
I Landmark will be apoliticalJournal, it will
labor especially to promote the great ma
1 iciiai luisiuvo v uvtw wiwituo. jl w
Aavannamtknt thaUrrMt :nwral A
I cultural and Industrial interests of Western
I.ku na,A. T.-nmrV will h,,
I itiu; .u
developement of this great section of our
State will materially advance the interest
of the whole SUte.) The Landmark will
enaeavor oecome aeicome wwr,iuii
to the farmer, the mechanic, thejaborer,
the merchant, the trader, the professions
man ana specially w ne lauies ami nooser
keepers throughout the country.
i As a general news medium the Land-
mark will strive to -attain the hisrhest ex-
cellence. Its Local Department will receive
especial consideration, endeavoring to be
come a true Landmark of the errowth and
prosperity of Statesville. and the section
I of country from which, U derives its princi
pal supporu In politics the Landmark will
ever be tonna BtmeMinjr for snnremacv ol
the Democratic party, an honest adminis -
tration of the laws, and a Whits Maks
Tkkms or SuBscarpTiox : One vear 12.00 :
Six Months $ 1.00 ; Three Months 50 cent?
always in advance.
Twenty Copies, one year $1.50 in advance.
HUSSEY a MALLARD, Pro's.
- JOHN B. HUSSEY, Editor.
June 3-tf ., ;
RALEIGH, N. C.
The sixty-fifth term of this School will
commence on Thursday. September 3rd.
&nd. continue twentv week. The
I J ' " in I 1 . T7 " oT.
, R7 Wnrf nd Jnne 10th.
; For circular containing fall particulars, I
apply to the Rector,
Rtv ALDERT SMEDES, D. D.,
July 24-DAW3t Raleigh N.
TirriLLLULSON. UPCHURCH &
. : AND .. "
General Commission Merchants,
53 FayettevUle Street,
RALEIGH, N. C.
: mar 3 3m
THE D'AILY CRICENT.
RATES or AJvksTISIfO.
One Square one day .vi ........ ' 1.00
M " two days, i . . . . ; . . 1.50
M 44 , three dayM... ........ ?2i)o
44 four days.. . . . . . ... ..... 2.50
" five daye... 3.00
M 44 eneweek 3.&d
44 one noafh;,. 9.00
" " twomonUu. 15.00
three montln. ......... .20.00
fjl U JEi K O A N O K E . N E W S.
WELDCX, x. a, ,
Mlvxco Brothers, Proprietors. . .
IL E. T. Manslno, EnrrvB.
Published semi-weekly, at $4 per yeex.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
a Eocuts... Proprietor.,
jaly 10-U 3 . r , , t
- - : . : - A ;
jg;o YD E IV ail O yBil
SALISBURY, N. a
The 'table supplied ths' belike
market affords. Servanu polite and atUa.
tive. IiOWZEJX MILLS,
July ILtf . Proprietors
DelightfullySitnated.nextto Cspitol Squars
RALEIQH, N. C.
A. N E JySi O U HE :
Fine Rooms, welj Furnished and Fitted ur
in the best style.;
The Table Dally Supplied with the best
this and other Markets Atford.
.. ; t .; ; , ; Proprietor.
; AIISCELL AN KO U . ;
Q UMAX WOOD COLLAR. ?
We are now selling this justly celeb ated
Collar st 1.75 each, -
Best Collar used. No more galledor .
wre shoulders on Horses or Mules. Call
may 20-tf T. tt BRIGGS A 80N8L
rjyilE H ILLS BO HO RECORD E U
HILL8BORO, JV. O.,
i J. D. Cameron, Editor and Proprietor.
rA1 uuubUbU wggiueddays, at $2.5 per
r II E J MA Q NJOL I A M O NITOR
HAOSrOLIA, jr. C.,1
W. T. Hanxafobd, Proprietor, b
Published Wednesdays, at $2 peranum
POWDERED. BATH BRICKS FOR
cleaning tin-ware,, knives-Ac
jun 12 ; T. H. BRIGGS A SONS. '
gUPEKIOR CIGARS FOR SALE. (
I have hand
Of various brands, I will sell for cash X
R. H. BRADLEY, .
Confectioner and Cigar Dealer'
Wholesale and Retail
RALEIGH, 3NV C.
We respectfully invite the attention of
the public to our large and carefully so
lectedstodk of Pure Drugs. Genuine Med-
I icinee, Fine Chemical and Pharmaceutical
j lTeparauons, anaMecUcinal Bpecialties,
i nd to our attractive assortment of Franch.
iingiish German and Domestic Perfume-,
nea, Toilet and ifancy Articles. Also, fine
cigars, tiwwuig Aouacco, lye-otnns,
vuuwmw, ouiueo, xiavonng, xx-
Hc Garden and Grass Seeds, Genuine
I riui,jmiwiiw, wiuuiirucii gaeraiij
I ound m a first-class Drug House. Ilia-
p" " Bpeciauiji
AU orders entnuttddto us will be care-
inlly and promptly filled, at lowest mar
Prescriptions accurately and carefully
dompounded at all hours by competent
ilruggists., - r .-, .
PESCUD, LEE Sc. CO.,
14 Fayetteville St, (sign of. the Golden
yT- B. HUTCHTNGS & Co.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in !
i . S- KHdlM. lfftfflfvaa fi.l
I- -7 "T7
oppoam. tuckxb haxx,
RALEIGH N. C.
mar 3 3m : ,..
RALEIGH FEMALE SEM a All,
, . l:- RalziovN. O.
fJ P. HOBGOOD, A.M., Principal.
' A. F. REDD,' A.M.Y Assistant,
FRED. AGTHE, Music Department.
The next session opens on Monday, Ssptl
14, 1874. V
Apply for catalogue, ' .