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THIS DAILY CRESCENT.
-; J :i ygE DAILYj DESCENT.
f MJi .-nvn ' '
I llBllN a HAMPTON.
( j " 1 . . . . . . .v
I uua iugi . . . w . . , l.UU
Oftick 3nn Floob WnxriMiios, UrcntncH
and Thomas Store. Fayettetxljje Sri
One yeaf in ftdvfrnceX. .It 1. : ; . f. . $5.00.
KixmoniLs ' .V! t: 7, . . 2.00.
Three T ' I . .vV; t. S 1-25.
One , -, 0.50.
City subscribers supplied at ten cents a
2 V IVAVC "Jilt .i rrn--i
Jir.ve'dAyi. .v. .J ;a;f . 2.oo
onf week .....! .j 3.50
s-onr mcnth. . 9.00
two months. , i.'. r .15.0o
RALEIGH,1 N. C, FRIDAY, MABftflr 27; 1874.
,4 t , r . rt!2. ..fii months. .Af.25.C
j ?f I - , - - cite year: . ?i .:v;;.40.C
f M 1 : 1 j V 1 ' . A. . a - . A ' M Mm . I - a 1 f 1 I M. ' A
vx I II ip II II II II y , 11. 11 11
AlBKiDE'S HUIiRYi I
t i ft -
lAioiYia a Wealthy Wjdoweb at
FirT Sight - Ixd AiLtKDbscfa Hni
Next.Pay.: "a ' :;:(
The New York.-Sun publishes
this story : j f
. ! A few days ago Mr. .J.- H. ."West-
i-cott, a wealthy widower oJSaratoga,
N. Y., advertised in a New York
r ramer for a youncr v lad v ilo.i ike
chargo of and bo a oompanion to
.liJittlft cnrL., Amqng many aptH-
cams was ayoxnig iauy4wuyKuiu iier
; ; name was Kata -Jiunting ; that she
i .was attending a boardincr school in
f : Princeton,-N, J. ; that, her fatter
and mother did not live' happily to
gether, and were separated ; that
her mother lived in - JJordentown
N. J., and that her -father was a
broker, and spent his whole tiniQ in
. ' New York. &c.. : I
1 Mr. AVcstcot said, she was too rc-
-. "kpcctablo a girl to take a menial po-
or I were ' younger, I would offer to
i j ' make you my wife. To which she
i replied, "How do you know I -would
liave vou ?" On Mr. Westcot's re-
1 vtirn to the carnage sho said she
r iwas satisfied as s to his references,
and as to all other . particulars, and
that she would marry him. "NVherc
: j upon they drove fo the residence of
i the Rev. Dr. Greer rector of- tho
;;; ' Church of St. Thnothy, New York,
and were married, by her; consent
? iu due form, received their marriage
-j ( certificate, and left the presence of
the minister as husband and "wife.
Tho happy couple then proceeded
:.) ' to Saratoga and took rooms at the
i . American Hotel. Tho honeymoon,
Which had just commenced, was n
terrupted the next day, when four
. rersons entered the American Hotel
1 in an excited manner. One of them
-; was an officer and another was a
stranger. . The party, without any
. ceremony, proceeded to room' 81, m
; which sat thebnhappy brideffriev-
' i ,Jzt TAclbe sbran Jironlvlier
. . ; gt and exclaiming, "Oh, father !"
; rushed into the arms of tke-trahger.
1h interview was' brief. -He said,
3at, do you want to go home ?"
; .'Shorphd, "Oh; -ye!". She also
? saio "On father, this is awful and
-; gather replied, "I'm awful, too 1"
was immediately carried toJNew
yk. The bridegroom Was in total
iorance ol the affair until hij law--4
wife had been gone for one' hour.
, , Plating "BLtjtt" in ChuechJ A
. jrell-known : English - nobleman,, a
' Juke, was in church, when a collec-
, table object. The plate' began to
cro round, and the duke carefully
f took out ,a florin, which he laid oi
tuo pew ueiuro iinu. icituv iyi uuus-
fer to the plate. Beside him sat b
littlo snob,6 who; noticing the'action,
imitated it by ostentatiously laying
a sovereign.; alongside the ducal
florin. This was too much for his
jrraco, who pulled out another florin,
which ho laid hy the' side of the
first. 1 Tho httlo snob : followed suit
by laying another, sovereign beside
4; the first. His grace quietly added
"i i r a third florin,' which" was capped by
X ' i third sovereign on the part of the
little snob. , Out camp the fourth to
.i ; .bweii iuu uuivu uuiiauoLi, Liien me
O. littlo snob triumphantly laid three
sovereigns at onco tipoii the board.
) 'l'hc duke, not to bo beaten, pro-
Y , daced thi'eo florins. Just .at' this
- V .moment the plato " urrired. f The
littlo snob took up j-his handful of
sovereigns and ostentatiously ratr
tied them into .the plate, then
.turned defiantly towards his rival as
if he would say, "I think that takes
the shine out of you." Fancy his
cnagnn when the duke,1 with a grim
smile, put one florin on tho plate
and quietly swept tho remaining six
back in his pocket. , 1 His grace
chuckles when he tells the story.
- "' ' . A
A Haz-vedous Lilvp. The.Ensrlisli
sporting papers report the. following
iooinaroy letp during, a ride with
f the Queen's countv hounds. . A wn.
Ueman riding in front, j and quite
uwo, w-.uiu nounas, roae at a fence,
and, though there was a limestoiie
3 quarry outside, rodo - straight ;on.
Tho drop, when measured from tnn
offence .to bottom t of the quarry,'
was luunu io ue loit. bin. " Neither
horse tr rider appcai-ed the least
shaken, as they still continued the
Chase. The quarry was quito visi-
.. 'The first Methodist meeting ever
held in Hillsborough. N. C. was.bv
tuoiiev. iienry Hardy, in 1821. The
. . . T -m-w ' . . . ' 1
lother of Di Ed.' -trudwick and
Ir. Bacon were . thor only Church
i i f. .. . , . , . , .
Evening: Crescent Directory.
The frietida'of this paper will find it to
their interest to patronize - the following
reliable and first-closa firms' :
BOOK BINDEBY. , - , . ,
.. John Armstrong, No. l.i 'FayetteviUe
' " Street, over Enniss' Bookstore. ' "
BOOKS, STATIONERY, Ac A . "
- Alfred Williams, No, 40, - FayetteviUe
! Street - -1
CABBIAGE & BUGGY ilANUFACTBS .
t N. S. Harp, Morgan Street, one door
'. caktbf Wynne Yancey .& Co'g, Mr"
Kan Street. . -n , .. . ,'
COMMISSION arERCHANTS. -
WillMmwOT UpJrwrti Xhonuis, Fay-
4 etteville Street; e 4 " A " : ; ?
CONFECTIONERIES & FANCY GOODS.
; Royster &Bro., Faretteville Street. "
j Nat X. Bjtowiu FayetteviU&Street. -
M. aiMoseley, FayettevitleStreet. -';
COAL & WOOD dealers: ; ? -
"NV. C. iStronach, & CO, office Jn, block
southt)f aty Ilall ti 1 1 ' P ;
DENTIST. : Mi'M w.-;.
Dr. B. F. Arrington, . office over Tuck
: i ' tr's store. r -wy
D1!Y G0QDS,V - ! ' u
Petty & Jones No. 20, Fayettville
i Street .
J. 'l;;GtUeV"&' Biro.', 1 one door south of
B. F. Cheatham & Bro. No. 1, Ex-
' m chance Place, ft i t j ' ' ;"
. W. H. k R. S. Tucker fc Co.. Nd. 23 and
7 25 Fatetteville Street
B. F. Cheatham fc Bro., JNo. 1, exchange
FIRE. INSURANCE COMPANIES.
, W. n. Crow, Agent for National,' 32tna
v and Manhattan l ire insurance AJom
North Carolina Home, office one door
' south of Raleiffh National Bank,
A, W. Lawrence, Agent foT seVen lead-
' , mg Fire Companies. Omce opposite
P. F. Pescud & Son, Agents for sereral
; Fire Companies:, Office over Tucker's
FAMILY GROCERS. -
Allcott & Co - second ;u Sr north of the
Mrs." J. N. Buntins. next door 'to "Ex
, aminer" office, Fayetieville Street
Pescud, Lee & Co., 14,' FayetteviUe St
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. '
iMcCallum, "Wyckoflf & Hope, successors
to Separk, liicks & Uo.
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCH'TS,
R. F. Jones & Co., Wilmington Street,
opposite Market Squaro. :
HOTELS. ' - !-
Yarborough House, Dr. G. W. Black-
nail, Proprietor. Opposite the Court
House: iri?i'k. j . : t.-ii
tional Hotel, CoL0. S. Brown, Pro.
mmediately .north of the Capital. . ;
owell House, B. M. Howell, Pro., on
i i Blount. Street - ; -: .
LtVERY STABLES. i
Wvnne, Yancey & Co., Morgan Street
JEWELRY, WATCH REPAIRING, Ac
John C. Palmer, JNo. o, F ayetteviUe St
LIFE INSURANCE COMPAND2S.
tna Life, office in Fisher s new build-
iiig.-WILCrow,, General Agent
4 North Uarolina' Life, over Citizens Na
tional Bank. -;
Brooklyn Life, A W . Lawrence, General
,! ;? Agent, FayetteviUe ; Street - opposite
City Hall. . ' .
,T. F. Pescud & Son, National Life,
office over Tucker's store. .p
Merrimon, Asjie & Fuller, office in Ral
J. eigh National Hank building. ' v I '
Robert T. Gray. Office near Yarbrough
' House. ;
Whitelaw & Crowdcr, corner of Blount
and Morgan Streets. '...;
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. . :
Wm. Shelburn, FayetteviUe Street, next
door to Pescud, Lee & Co's. ..?.-
SCHOOLS AND SEMINARIES.
. , St Mary's School, ReyAldert Smedes,
tl? D.IX:Frincipali;:Hf J in u r-
Raleieh l emale beminary, a . a. od-
Peace Institute, Rev.. R. Burwell, Prin-
Lovejoy Academy, J. M. Lbvejoy and
J. M. White, Pemcipals. ;t 4
SADDLERY HARNESS, &c i u
W. is. Hutcnings & Uo., oppcsite 'lxicker
Hall. , . :
T EG ISTR ATION. .
. ctty: election.
Books of Registration will be opened at
the MAYOlt ri UJJii'iUE, on MONDAY, the
23rd mst. and continue open until sunset
on tho 21st of APRIL following, for all vo
ters in the City of Raleigh to register their
names, preparatory fori an election to be
held in Rahegb, on the 4th of May next, for
nine Commissioners and a Mayor, r The
law - requires the registration to close ten
'days before the election, and all who fail
i. it i!- ' mi
to register witnin me uma specmea, win
not have the privilege of voting. It should
be remembered that this is a new registra
tion, requiring all voters to register. -i
nol6-td fc - ' ' W: WHTTAKER, Mayor
. - AND . ;
fit West side Fayetteville'StrSct
EALEIGH, N. C.
noil A v-'i
All kinds of Pictures copied, from sum'
to life-size, and fiiiishetliiu India Ink,
Water colors or oil. ; . ,
' The new shadow Photograph and Ferreo.
.ttm v made" 'specialty1 at this Gallery.
is the best- time to take childrens s Pic
turcs.' J - r: .' . ; . '
r; Nexx Doob to. Pescud, ?. Lee i & Co's
Hotela, & Boarding' Houses.
A R BOROUGH HOUSE,
ii. J? StACKNAIili, Pro. i :
Reference made to all Travelling Gentlemen.
mar 2-ly . '
DeitghtfanjSi tuaies'to Capitol Sqar
- '- . "7. J -"v.... - . - 1 , j ' . i . i "'
Fine Rooxa3. well Furnished and Fitted tip
in the best, style. . .. :. , -. ,, , ';
The Table Daily Supplied with ihe. best
this and other Markets Afford. f .
.-...t.j,;, ,'" ; ' : . :" : (. ; Proprietor
"DEAUTDULLY c Situated on Blount
JLf Street, one Square , South East from
the Capitol and close to FayetteviUe Street
and we busiaess portion of the City.
NEW HOUSE, GOOD ROOMS, TERMS
Servants Polite and Attentive.
The table supplied with the best
Markets fford - f.f ': . .
' : The patronage of the publie respectfully
80llClted. i -l . -.
I, , I IB. N HOWELL, Proprietory ; V '
k R. P. HOWELL, Business Manager
It rs the best made,
warranted . . : i ; :
very one fully
It is made From Solid Cast Steel. '- It
It is made especially for this maket . It
is the hoe everyboay should use;
f f v ' I
Send for Price List and Discounts ,
, ' T. n. bRIGGS & SON.
..... --J. -: - f -
MANfJFACTURER OF I i
, ... . : . !
Plows and all Kinds of Cast-
w 4 ' ALSO. ALL OK
Sash Doors and Blinds, '
THREE MILES.: ABOVE CAREY, . ON
THE CHATHAM RAILROAD. t ! I
i I. am, now: nreoared to make- DOORS
SASH and BLINDS, all kinds oi MOULD
INGS, Scroll work. Porch Brackets, Piazza
Balousters, Ac. Also, all kinds of TURN
ING, such as Newell Posts, Stair Banisters.
I Cabinet work aod; Plows - aud Castinars.
done by experienced workmenAU in best
style and at lower figures than can. be had
elsewhere l r- ' 5 S u,r.
Orders soli ted and promptly filled. '
i . RUFFIN HOLES, i
niarlljlm). QtTJBk:- Carey, N- C-:
F . A R RI N G TON
4 I i i f 'V I '. -
EiF" OFFICE OVER TUCKER'S STORf
! mar 3-3m
C A R D
5o the Caizens of Wake County
The undersigned ifapectfully announces
himself a candidate for the office of ,
CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COUT,
subject to the enaorscroent of the Republi
can County Convention. I am thos early in
making this announcement in order that
the public may have full and fair opportun
ity to scrutinize my past record, and I offer
the same as a pledge for rriy future conduct.
As JLo my competency to perform the duties
of the office, I respectfully refer to the mem
bers of the bar, Hon. S. W. Watts and Hon.
A W. Tourgee.
mar 17 ALBERT MAGNIN.
'"-';!'''' ' i
V Schools Colleges, J&c j
T MARTS SCHOOL RALEIGH."
Founded .18421 j
Rev. Axdikt Smkdes, D. ' D. : Rector. ;
Biv, Bumm-r Sarcncs, A:M. Assistant. ' .
Geo. GaOTiEfiQ , Paorof Music s j .
-The" ixty-fortli ierm of -this-. school
otjened Q&nJ 19t&ubtfi Dunilr are received
aV anyJSandr-ben" they entriate-ta;
.. . .... .
th6 verm are cuargya paiy irom me aio oi
Iri accessibility and' healthfulness of aitu-
ation. extent of - baildina-s' and srronnds.
- t I n
is. ;i ' j " i! . : r .'j ". '
merary, Bociaj, j ana rexigioui i aavaniages,
and moderation in charges, this school is
not surpassed ty, any competitors. .4 .,
. For a circular containing full particlars
ply to the Kector.
Rk F. JOWES &C0m
, Cotton actors ana tjreneral i ,
v noiesaic ana xtetaii r
Wiuosgton Sr., Opposite Market Square,
Have ; on - hand and are flaily receiving
every article usually wanted in the Grocery
and rrovision line, consisting in part of
10 Bags Uoifee,
140 Bushels Peas, ' ' , V
SOBbls. Sugar; - ' 1
100Q Xbs. Bulk Meat,
, 2 jTierces Hams, , . v ' ..' . : . ,
50 Kegs Lard, r t r . , - ;- . . ' (
10 -Boxes Candles,' ' '.' " ' " ' 'K '
i Casesv Brandy Preaches,
80 Boxes Family Soap, : v.
25 Boxes Lemon and Strawberry Cake3,
.25 Boxes Candv "Pure" '
lOO 'Bbls. Flour, Super,. Extra and Family.
59 Sacks North Carolina family' lour,
75 Kegs Nails, assorted, "' ..
200 Bushels Meal, white bolted, ' ,
30 Barrels Molasses, .; : . ' , .;
80 Sacks Liverpool Salt !
Together with a full line of ' ;.
Buckets, ' " . u--:- l
Brooms, y , hr I . . v : I r-1
Measures, . , .-' j ". c
" r Crockery and ; t . :i :. f, '
Glass Ware, ,
J. D.; W. P., and
; - i Musket Caps, 4 ,. I
s . : : Powder,
Oituucu i 111
" Country merchants will ! find . our stock
full and varied, and .will find it to their ad
vantage to give ua & call or send their or
ders. '-u-,-;; a ri-'f:V .; . ; :
We are , special agents for the famous
Thos. Wilson & Co's. None such Crackers and
Cakes, put up in cases of 12 boxes each of a
variety suite d particularly fpr the retail
and family trade; ; J v :K . t
Also. for ' the Favorite Family Flour
"OVEN BURSTER," the very best brand
of Flour sold . inf this market, and sold at
lower prices thaa any other, r
. xixie one ana two norse tr lows aiways
on hand. ' A large 'lot now expected, to
gether with points and e tra parts.
f,'mar 3-3m iJi f : ! U-,--?i i .v.H;';r;.:-:v-'.i-,;:
A. 'Boarding and lay:
' A Sclioolfc for Young "
' 'i.-' -!- (.;.'" .i . i i '''i.'i'.Wi -iJ . I
The. Spring , Term will ' commence on
Monday February 2d ,1874.' K "i - 1
The attention of parents and guardians
is invited to the following ? advantages of
fered by this institution j rrv L nr i
A mUd, intermediate salubrious climate,
A refined, intelligent, cultivated comma-;
nity ! '-J " w.
A central position, easily accessible r from
all. points. .-ivj.viiv .rrvoifl'iC.Ui .zir:
A 'beautiful oak groyef;of , eight acres,
half mile from the Capitol square. JyJ
' A' : spacious ! building well " Ventilated,
warmed aid lighted. tj S'" -.
A large Gymnasium; and an accomplish
ed Lady teacher of Calisthenics. v 'f ,. ' i
A well selected library, Chemical and
Philosophical ' Apparatus, and Cabinet of
minerals, i i Oi u 'r ..i
, A full corps of : eleven experienced and
successful teacners.4 r ?h h-ih -
: The Musio Department under the charge
of Prof. Baumanu, long and . " favorably
known in Georgia, Alabama, and the Caro-
inas. The Music roll at present numbers
eighty. m-'ii f?o- i :-irjrit .-,' .
. In addition to the large class in Drawing
and. Pain ting,' all the pupils , take lessons in
rree. Hand Drawing," without extra
charge. " The scholars draw from objects
and Iroiri nature. n;.K't-:f5f .:' f .-. rv
Special attention is t give: to German;
and French. ; ,..
The cheerfnl, pleasant,1 home-Hke manage
ments for the convenience and comfort of
the Young Ladies. ;
- The ample provision for religious, moral
and physical, as well as intellectual tram
For Circular, address
d 1 Rev R. BURWELL & SON,
, Raleigh. N. C.
ALEIGH FEMALE SEMINARY,
RALEIGH, 3V. C.
; F. P. Hobgood, A JL, Priteipal.
,H, W. Rein'hart, (University of Yir
ginia,) Assistant PrincipaL j $ -
The Principal - is? pleased to announce
that the present session, notwithstanding
the financial crisis, is the most prosperous
one of the school's history, the boarding
patronage especially having largely in
Students entering now will be charged
from time of entrance. ; .
Apply for Catalogue.
? jT . 1 1 ;
xn daV it- 'l!;.
GR0C Rlti ES and , DRY.fJO QDS,-
v JVt. -. .
NOTIONS, HOSLtlKy; s f:
,1tk. X7i .'iNA4T,?;, ' S' StockXif Isuriac. Ootapaay ia
BOTJte, Shoes and Clotllin?, America, and: Insures at Jower ratri
xtAjW)WABiL k$WV&&E; . otri , Agents lor the folio pug Tin In
vt? TriVri l uT snrance Companies ? Horned York;
Leather, Tobacco and; General Jlefl
v ' j f i
i i ? n cnan(Usc,r4 , - f
W 0. 1 liXClianff
, X Highest price paid .for cotton and coun
try produce. , ' j f , ; .
Hi cents! -Low Middling 14 Stride
uooa prqmary 13L Ordinary 10 .o 12.
: COUNTRY PRODUCE..
APPLES,1Green v y
BUTTER, Best country..
" uooa r
BACON, N. a Sides, r
1 i f 45a50 I
, " " Hams, ' ' V
i " : ' : Shoulders,N. O.
CHICKENS,. ,,j r 4 , ;25,s30aSP-
DUCKS, , ;3& .
EGGS, Vr j.t i v t.tyi:,.-.tj l$al6.
rLO U K, K, C. Family, : , 9 60
' " Extra. ' . 9 00
FODDER, Per 100 tts., If
HAY; Per 100 lbs., . , '
1 25al 40
" " ...Irish,;-- f-,
OATS, Bailed-Perl 00- lts.
' Seed Per, busliel,
1 75a2 00 i
r - t fcfi
' , x
GROCERIES. . .
BACON, Rib Bulk Side, 5 V
4 . ; ail" ; ' '. - .
y '. Smokad ,4 ' ' ;
1 Sho aiders, - : i J
Best Sugar-cured Hams
COFFEE, Old goyemment
ff '.' : ' -;' ; Laguira, ; 1 -' J . fc .
Rio Prime, , ,
Good, ' .
FISH: Mackerel, No. 3, J ; t 13 50
i , N. C. Herrings, cut, h u.1 850
4 ; Roe 44 : -tiajOO
Corn bhatl, i bbL ' ' 10
: h . . w
'8'KOaIO oO -
6 50a8 00
1 O PiA
f Superfine, ,h ss$.
MOLASSES,- Cuba, new,
crop, Per bbl
.;:-::" hd :
ill : 45 "
SUGAR, Standard A. Per. bbl,
- j xeuow, s ; r
- -r it
sYRUF.-Bbir r r
THE MASONIC H0NIT0R. 4
iriieBrislit JVIason I
ONLY, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I V
The Consolidation, of the Masonic Moni
tor anJ the Bright JIasoh, makes, ' i .u i
Jf I 7ixt;TiE BRIGHT MASON'-
0ne of the Very Best Masonic Journals in.
the r Southern Atlantic' States. It is now
published .in lilagazine Form, at the low
price of One Dollar, a Years ::1-'L
bubscribe Now. j Masons in good "stand
ing e veryweere are requested . tQ act as
Agents, Clubs of Ten or more only 75 cts. ,
The whole Club need not come from one
P. 0. , names may be added at any time at
CF.f HARRIS, 7'
Belt Mcdiuni f or Advertisers in' the SouthJ
W. H. II. TCCXZB.
B. 8. TUCKEB, T. JICGEE.
Wffi . !& -RS. TUCKER & COi,
f v T. Wholesale anausetau ;
" Dealers and'JTobbcrs
Foreign & Donietic Dix Ooods
xiais, jtttOLs, iaaoes, : vjarpeung3 motions,
"Nos. 23. ajtd 25 Favetteviixk Sxezxt, (
' rajleigoe:!, iv. o.
Special attention given t all Orders.
Samples sent on applicatior. New; Goods
received daily. ,;? ;
mar 3-3m , I '- '
E 'MAKE A SPECiALTTY OF
. Cotton, and having large capacity
for storage, we solicit your consignments.
whether you wish, to sell or hold foa better
prices. We charge only 50 cents per bale
for selling ; am prepared to mako liberal
advances on cotton when deared.oi:s f
WILLIAMSON, UPCHUECH & THOilll
MRS. J. . N. BUNTING;
- - ' s J
, Family Groccr.;;i;rj
Confectioneries and Groceries Tobacco,
Cigars. Snuff, fec. iCI c 'i;;?;
East side of . Fay etteville Street, next
door to Era Office '
P tF; PESCUD SON 'i
! tucker hall, iuigii. p. t
ueirerai agents or the Nation l LXlm la-
srnco Companyf U. S, A, which U tho
f?' w iuaaeipniaj : ueorgtanome,
oipmons ; juiverpooi, ix)naon anq uioDe,
Fireman's Fand: CaI.jAtIas.'of Hartfordw
J Atlantic of 'New Tork. f
Losses nromntlv adiusted ? combined as-
sets, f so,ooo,oooa . r? t :i w
? W. LAWRENCE, ,
- i - r .
General Insurance iAjjcnf i
;: Office: 4 Raleigh. Ci
Represents the following Fire Companies,
Insurance . Company, . of Richmond, Va. ;
North Carolina Home Insurance Company,
oi xuctuf iT v., ew;uc!ier sire insu-:
ranee Com pany,,pf New Rochelle, .N. IT. ;
Workingiuen's Nationar' Fire Insurance
Company; lofiNewi Orleans; People's Ineu
ranee Company; of Philadelphia, , v ij. .
"Combined assets, $16,123,977.58.
ROOKLYNjLIFE LNSURVNCE CO J
320 and S22 Broadway,- New York
Christian W?Bouck, President Will i am
M. Cole, Secretary ; Daniel Ayres, M. D.,
LL. D. Med. Examiner, D. P. Fackler, Con-
I suitinc - Actuarv. Tha UomDanv 1 which
I guarantees a definite cash surrender value
m viwju a j uuuu v x iui iVU tur uvu-pav-
raent of premium. ! Agents wanted.! ' j
A. W.i LAWRENCE, General Ag't.
Raleigh, N. C.
R. H. Battle, Jo , .
y C. B. Root,
UO RTH ' GAnOLlUA
J '"' t0 1- J.
RALE I Q H, K.
INSURES ALL CLASSES' OF INSUR
ABLE PROPERTY, Oi .;,;!
Against Loss or Damage bv Fire. On the"
most Reasonable Terms. :!hiu vlili !
bosses itraoMn.jr. adjustep j&p paid.
'Encourage Homo Institutions." -:y
SEATON GALES, SeVy. s ir h:. :
.. PULASKI CQWPER, Snperrisor.
mar S-Sm ' 4 :;,'
VTORTH , CAROLINA STATE , v
' I LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
I iALIIGH.'ir. cl
CAPITAL, t ;-x r . ,1200.000
OFFICERS:1'- v I
Hon. Kemp P. Battle, Presidcnt. ! '
if. Canteyon, Yice President, J M-
W. H. Hicks. Secretary.
mjk. tf . a. jiuypLer, .ass ; jaeaicai xrirecion
J . Jo. isatchelor, Attorney. .... -.:
O. H. Perry, Supervising Agent ' "
yl 'i'.j'X 'j -;: ' " '
, DIRECTORS : J
Hon. Kemp P. Battle, Hon. Tod R. Cald
well, HonL John W. Cunningham, CoL T.
M. Holt, Hon. Wm Ai Smith Dri W. J. .
Hawkins Hon John Manning, General W
B. Cox, Col. L. W. Humphrey, ' C. Tate
Murphy, Col. Wm. 1 Ei AndersonJohn G.
Williams; CoU W; L. . Saunders, R.-Y. Mc
Aden, Col. A A. McKoy, L J. Young, Jaa.
A. Graham," F.; H. Cameron,' J. C. McRae, .
JB. Batchelorr7. a BlakB, i Walter Clark,,.
ff G. Upchurch, J. J. Davis, Jno. Nichols.
. V rKATCaES" AXD ADVANTAGES. .'v-..
It is emphaticauy-ajHome Company.
:t 'Its lirg capital guarantees Strength: and
safety, t ' ; - . j- , ..
v 'Its rates are as low as those of any first
class company JtwM ir.hn i
It'offers all desirable forms of insurance.
Its funds are invested at homeand circa
Iated among our, owft pebplo I
- ,No unnecessary restrictions .imposed up
on residence or travel, tfcl; -m" ;fy
Policies ni-drfeitabl4i fte? . twd years
Its officers and directors are prominent
and well-known" North 4Carolinians7 whose
experience ; Jbusinessimeaiid whoso
worth .and. Integrity are,, alone sufficient
guarantees of tho Company's strength,! sol
encj and "sucaasv.'esX n ;.4
, ' ' TUEO. H. HDLLy Local Agent,1
"rt i - v, JIUleigh N. C. :
Oi H; PERRY; Supervising: Akent. "i
v aGoodi- Agents i,., with-, whom liberal
contracts will; be; made, ' wanted in every
countylin the State.. ; j&fSj 1
-r mar ,3-3nv . . - i-
A LEIGH COACH TACTOKY; .
Coddx Bugrgyi ITannfactrircr
PfLETONS, SULKIES, JAGGER Wagons
&cv tci--;- -5' i. .f.-'fi - i ;
i ?! RerAraixo iPaoMPTtT Exxcuttd
By permission I refer to all the practicing
physicians 'of Raleigh. f y ' I
S: Place of Business one door East of
Wynne, Yancey Co.'s Livery BUblW
Morgan Street RALEIGH, N, C,
r 2 50a3 00 1 viz:; Imperial Fire Insurance Company, of
h f il 8al0 ' London ; Hartford ' Fire Insurance ' Com
1 30a3&: panv, of illartford, Conn.Y Old - Dominion