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W bo o'puo'i, bu'-Ui.iht Mtttrilit ;Saprb S ock of Spriujj Dry
b K.-In. .ii 1 uift&d
for the reuon
la ett produetioUP.
and we will
V - gminnie our price.?' . -. . ,
To to its loand yafy many instances lower
W'ft prom'uf lelifctl j ood fconorbl-dwJiag i, aad ror prices we will
guuiatM gdflt the American World,
riiit 0. ! IIAUKS -xithe inost u reliable, as
v ; I 3 tno cneapesTr iioixse in tne city,
for all kiod of . Good. . He botk BeUil end Wholesale.
": That 0. QUARKS f carries the largest, most
ccnplote s'andy comprehensive Stock of Dry
G c : 2p Slio 63 'and i Notions in this State.
TLii OvMlRKS U alvj$ tie - irt t.i reduce priori, m'd sclh only ihe
atosi rnllla odr. aJbnefood.y:. r . -
. Ta O, ; JLABKa Jiwtee be etoet Mrviuij ina ooapatteo ot pnets
. " ' '-r' " ! '-i . " , . v. . ) ' -
and Y&lnei with tboee .-f -other nett ko imitate ku method od try to
TLit O. II AUKS will beet ur en price ms.de bj nj reputable house,
proTl Jed tie cut is made m rood faith and ot ma a bait to obtain business,
aad that he deSea competioi f. .
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The debt of the United States is
now f 1,599.802 545.67.
Who at present rales tbU couatrjl
The national banking pyatem in
laagae with the money uower of
England. National Economist.
When a preacher enters into the
realm of speculative theology, it
may be excusable for him to rely on
his imagination merely; bat when
ho touches the facts of this world
lie should take oare about accuracy.
New Yotk Suu.
Wk 1o not state it authoritative
ly, but we have good reason to be
lieve that the next time Mr. Mc
Kiolev undertakes ta urepare a
Ctiiili bill be will have a rabbitW
foot in his pocket or h hoodoo bag
around his neck. New Orleans
'' The bat the Mexican uiau wears
often costs $200, while the women
wear uo bead covering, except it
be a ctort ot lacereil or the mantilla
brought over the head. Tne ma
loritv of women wear nothing on
SOUTHERN BOOKS WHY
SOUTH IS SOLID-
It is ple.tt.ing to observe how
Southern book, or rather the books
of Southern authors, are coming to
For many jears a number of
these books have held high rank
in our schools and colleges. Holmes'
histories are popnlar,and Sanford's
mathematical series bas been
adopted by leading educational in
stitutions in nearly all the States.
Mn. Spencer' history of North
Carolina is id uiaDy respecta most
admirable.' but we think that the
elimination of one or two chapters,
of a quasi political character, would
greatly improve it.
The- Rin and Full of the Con
federate Government, by Jefferson
Davis, is a masterly production. It
is not perfect, bnt its defects are
seeu mi evidences of personal feel
ing, and not in the preneu ration of
; Jlciejaie' & few - of the many Knock Sown
jiiicntivl and declare
it c ot 'i denbj tit rcnember: it is money
50,000 jard lavTrrd widsDomestic , . . ,
5.CC0, iJ Vlckec Ksiasook' (P. K.) ;.... ..
iO.CCa . Vi Ginghams, fine drtas style, only .
. 3.CC3 t De Bege Dress Goods, only.....
,CCO , ;. T Linen Cruh Toweling, ly . . J.
.Gaarg Edgings, oalj., .
:...D,l,W . 4.T. i .
100,CC3 pair Ladie Hom, aly J. i i . V i . . :
iMJ.t J . wv, , , .t.dti ........ ..........
8.CC0 Fine Ladies! White Ifeekties, embroidered ends. . . .
10,CC0 I JJ..Dpl iwUVi.
Ladiss' ratton Kid feKoe.,. ! ..i...
T7ill rio nilltrlQstfovmenlib
. . . 5c. per yard
, .. 8c "
. . . 5c.
. . . '9c.
. . . 5c.
. . . 7c.
. . . 5c.
. . . 5c. per pair
. . . 5c.
. .. 5c.
:- J -
I T7ill offer special ; inducements, lly stock is
nch larger than ever before, and all bonght
fcr ; spot ;cisb, c.and r Ii give? the : Trade the
I t cr :fi tv of. my disconnts. ; Therefore I can sell
... . v -? V . is, 'r VJ ... - v. ,.t.. ';
you " Gi55?eaR asKorthern markets
u .Yen : X7ill eaye. money randitime by calling on
' - AVr-r-;- , ,V-, , 4r .
And ftivc 'him a Trial ' m27
t:atfe -- - m
- fttl XrSI
r AT KMT
the he id. Woman's average will
be good, all the same.
"Five full years have beeu iound
ed by ibe D.uly' Argus, nnd with
this issuejc opens a new volume
and enters upon the sixth .year of
its existence and labors in Golds
bore." The Arcus is an earnest
paper in the interests of Golds boro
and the entire community tbrongb
which it circulates.'
The Republicans are after the
so tips of the Prohibitionists in
Iowa, aud are rlauuting the face to
the bretze. When another cam
patgu cornea on the Prohibitionists
will nnsheath their dirk-knives and
go after the Republicans, jast by
way of keeping even, and then it
will be interesting to the Demo
crats. Chicago Mail.
The London Times speaking of
the death of the late Baron Dowse,
Somewhat ambiguously remarks:
"A great Irishman has passed away.
God grant that many as great who
shall as wisely love their country,
may follow him." CTp-tothe pres
ent writing we have not heard of
any who manifest any special
eagerness to "follow him," which!
probably arises from the uncertain
ty as to which direction he took.
The debates in the Federal House
show that the pension erase widens,
and the Radical demagogues hare,
but one idea left to try to carry
the next election by bribing the
soldiers in the country to vote as
they shot. The gabble of such
fellows as Cbipman and Dolliver
to Western ranters shows to what
depths demagogues can descend in
order to play their little parts.
And' Flowers, he too bloomed and
shed his demagoguery. Wilming
The Democrats will go into the
next campaign for a reduction of
the tariff and lower prices, and the
Republicans will shout for protec
tion and higher prices. The masses
of the people who toil for a living
will be found with Democratic
ballots in their hands and the light
of victory in their eyes. It is a
splendid issue for the Democrats.
New Orleans State.
At his extreme age, after a life
of such mental strain, there is little
reason to hope for Mr. Tburman's
recovery. At no time in his long
public career has an attempt been
made by bis bitterest enemies to
impeach Mr. Thurman'a integrity.
Clean of heart, pure of purpose, as
a patriot and a statesmen, be is
today the most beloved man in
America and the news ot his
illness will be received with per,
sonal sorrow in many hearts in
this nation. Charlotte Chronicle.
It is a mistake to suppose that
the rich man maintains his ser
vants, tradesmen, tenants, laborers;
the truth is, thej maintain him. It
is their industry that supplies his
table, famishes his wardrobe, builds
his houses, adorns his equipage
provides bis amusements. It is
not the estate bat the labor em
ployed upon it that pays the rent;
all he does is to distribute what
others produce, which is the least
part of the business. Birmingham
We learn there will be a grand
rally here at Greensboro on July
twenty-third and twenty-fourth of
all Alliances in this section of the
State which will make a gathering
of several thousand people. So we
must prepare to give them a hearty
welcome. There was a committee
of one from each grange in the
county and a central committee of
three, consisting of D. C. Ben bow,
W H. Snow aud John Van Lindley
appointed to look alter the details.
The South is receiviDg a great deal
of attention just now from eminent
Northern men like Vice President
Morton, ex Mayor Hewitt and
Chaoncey M. Depew, of New York,
all of whom have been the recipients
by the leading people of Charleston,
Atlanta, (jnattanooga and Knox
vme. They express themselves
charmed with the country, delighted
with its prospects and grateful for
its hospitality, and they predict for
it a great future and immense
wealth for its industrious, far-seeing
and progressive people. Mem
lacte nor the discussion of the
questions involved in tlie great
controversy between the States.
The works of Alexander Stephens
bear the impress of his genius and
the stamp of bis character. He
was noted for his veneration of
truth. In tbe warmest political
campaigns, the most violent par
tisan of the opposition accepted
the statements of Mr. Stephens,
upon any fact that came within his
knowledge, as the end of tbe con
troversy. His history of the Uni
ted States should be accepted as an
honest presentation of facts by one
competent to judge, and incapable
Alabamians have recently given
to tbe public three books of very
great value. Tbe woik of Hannis
Taylor, on theAmericaa Constitu
tion, ha leceived the encomiums
of the learned in both hemispheres,
aud tbe Uw books of Clark and
Atkinson are bnt little inferior in
. But the Southern book that nill
attract tbe greatest immediate at
tention is entitled, "Why the
South is Solid." A book written
by many authors and dedicated to
the business men of tbe North.
A Washington telegram of Apiil
6 saysv '
Representative Herbert of Ala.
bama, Hemphill of South Carolina,
Turner of Georgia, Stewart of
Texas, Wilson of West Virginia,
ex-Representative nartsaaie of
MuuissiDni. Senators Vance of
North Carolina, Pasco of Florida,
Vest of Missouri, and Messrs. W.
M. Fisbback of Arkansos, Ira P.
Jones of Tennessee, O. S. Long of
West Virginia, and B. J. Sage of
Louisiana, have collectively written,
and will soon publish a book en
titled 'tVhythe Solid South T or a
Reconstruction and Its Results.' It
undertakes to narrate, fairly and
dispassionately, in concise and
popular form, the history or recon
structed Governments in each
State, showing how the Republicans
obtained control and bow they lost
it: 'the figures and faots as to
shrinkage of values and increase of
debt and taxation under these
Governments, and the prosperity of
tbe South under present auspices.
The book speaks of Abraham Lin
coln's death as an appalling calam
ity to the South ; argues that
Andrew Johnson followed strictly
Lincoln's plan of restoration, and
contends that if Lincoln had lived
he would have been able to defend
that, plan against the assaults of
Congress. Each chapter is signed
by Its author, who thus becomes
directly responsible for the truth of
his atatements: and tbe claim of
the book in its preface (written by
Gen. Herbert, Its editor), is that in
all the chapters the facts are under
stated rather than overstated. The
race question and race troubles are
extensively discussed; aud the
statement made that there is no
intention to agitate for the repeal
of the Fifteenth Amendment or tbe
deportation of the negro. Edu
cational and material statistics of
many kinds are given in support of
the contention that , tbe negro is
prospering and that the South is
solving for itself the negro ques
tion. "The book is dedicated to the
business men of the North, with a
statement that they are interested
in continuing the prosperity of the
Under the lead of ber Buchanan,
her Dallas and her Black, she led
the Democratic hosts to victory in
many a hard-fought campaign.
Her alienation was not attributable
to a change of sentiment on any
question in the domain of national
politics. The great controversy
that divided the North and the
South threw Pennsylvania in the
Republican column, and now, thar
the animosities of the war are
subsiding aud sectionalism is
giviug place to patriotism, she
may renew her ullegiauce ! the
Our distinguished fellow-citizen,
Henry R. Bryan, Esq., ba placed
in our bauds tbe Signal, published
in Washington City, July 10th,
1832. Ic carries at iis masthead
tbe national Whig ticket of that
memorable era. ' For President,
Winfleld Scott, of New Jerfcey ; for
Vice-President, William A.Graham,
of North Carolina." It contains
the platforms of tbe two parties,
and it appears that the Democratic
platform, on which Pennsylvania
voted for Franklin Pierce, is not
materially different, ou national
issues, troni tnat on wnicu uieve
land was elected, and which is the
authorized expression of Democracy
today. It is, in part, as follows :
"4th. That justice and sound
policy forbid tbe Federal Govern
ment to foster one hranch ot iudus
try to the detriment of any other.
or to cnerisn tne interest oi one
portion to the injury of another
portion of our common country;
that every citizen, aud section of
the country has a right to demaud
and insist upon an equality of
rights and privileges, and to com
plete aud ample protection ot per
s6f) and property from domestic
violence and foreign aggression.
"5th. That it is the duty of every
branch af the Government to en
force and practice the most rigid
economy in conducting our public
affairs, and that no more revenue
ought to be raised than i required i
to defray the necessary expeuces ot
Government, and for gradual but
certain extinction of 'the public
Why may Dot Pennsylvania be
again carried for tbe Democracy as
in 1852 !
II it be said that tbe tariff is in
the way, we answer, that tbe edu
cational process that bas accom
plished such a revolution in tbe
West, is going on in Pennsylvania,
and the beauty that once appeared
in protection has lost many of its
charms. Besides, the competition
between Pennsylvania iron and Eng
lish metal has moderated, and now
Pennsylvania miners do not fear
England as much as they do the
But there is a yet higher con
sideration. Whatever may be
said of the demoralization of poli
ticians, tbe people of Pennsylvania
have a high regard for morality
and honor. No men whose con
science is Illumined by tbe blessed
truths of our holy Christianity can
approved the methods of Quay.
In the gubernatorial contest, about
to be inaugurated, the Republicans
will he represented by a henchman
of Quay, while the Democrats will
have as their representative, in the
person of, Patterson or Wallace,
a gentleman against whom Republi
can audacity canuot fabricate a
single calumny. They stand in
the light of truth, unimpeached
ViewiDg tbe whole situation, it
is seen that our skies are bright,
and the augneries propitious.
SHERIFF'S TAX SALE!
In default of payment on or before Monday, May 5th, 1890, I
shall sell the following Real Estate to satisfy the unpaid taxes due
for the year 1889. W. B. LANE, Sheriff.
TAX AND C.ST.
8 8 78
PENNSYLVANIA, AND SOME OTHER
Centralization seems to be the
leading idea of the Republican
party. The complete subordrna
tion of the States to the Federal
Government, without regard to
fundamental law and established
custom, is a part of the revolution
ary programme upon which that
party has entered, and the applause
with which the first act of the
drama bas been received is omin
ous of a direful future.
Looking only at the picture pre
sented by the majority in Con
gress, tbe heart of the patriot
sinks within him, but when be
surveys the country at large hope
rises on exultant wing and spans
the horizon with the bow of
All over the Union, and especial
ly in the great States of Ohio,
Indiana and Iowa, there are indi
cations of the triumph of Democ
racy; but it is to Pennsylvania,
the old key stone State, that we
now look with eager expectancy.
Before mlnntely considering this
great commonwealth, where the
Declaration of Independence was
made, let us briefly review her
paBt. There was a time when no
State in the Union was more surely
Many Lives, Histories, or Biog
raphies of the late Jefferson Davis,
purporting to be written by Mrs.
Jefferson, are being advertised
throughout the country. The only
genuine work of the kind written
by Mrs. Jefferson Davis is that to
be published by Belford Company,
18-22 East 18th Street, New York,
entitled "Jefferson Davis, Ex Presi
dent of tbe Confederate States: A
Memoir, by His Wife." All other
works claiming the authorship of
Mrs. Jefferson Davis must neces
sarily be injurious to her personally
and pecuniarily. The book is sold
by subscription, and territory is
being rapidly assigned. The work
promises to be one of the most
popular ever published, and those
desiring to canvass for it should
apply at once to the publishers, who
will furnish circulars and information.
No. 1 Towxship.
Atkinson . J f . '. " ' icres, Piney Neck
Andersen, E iac . 1G2 acres, Neuse Kiver...
do do i oi acree. Poplar Branch
alleij & Co, Oto. oUU acres, bear Hole
Bryan. Eaene, 4j acres, Palruetto
Brown, Washington. 28 ncres, Piney Neck
Clevo. ttioh'ii (J, 203 acres. Piney Neck
Cleve, L,ucy, acres. Dower Land
Chapman, Julia, H irs, 153 acres. Hill's Neck
Campbe.l, Harvej , 71 acres. Piney Neck
Dail. Elbert, 1000 acres. Pa meuo"
Dail, Elbert it. 25 acres,
Oinkins, B F. 7C4 acrs, Vaueeb.iro ,
Edwards. Eiiz tht-tb. 10 ncres, Piney Neck
Forms Saruh. 109 acre?, i reepinjj Swamp
Formes, Ch .s. 50 acres. Bull Pocosin
Formes, John, 50 acres. Butt Pocosin
Garris. Sam'i, Aent. 50 acres. Piney Neck
Gatlin, Jacob S00 acres Hill's Neck
Griffin, Penel-jpn. 230 acres, Mc. Pleasant
Garris, Henry, 390 acres, Pe. ram's Lind
Gwaltn-y, I t B. 150 acres, Gardner's Bridge
Gatlin, Gaidner, 50 acres, Doep Neok
Hdell, Wm, 180 acres. Mauls Swamp
Hoell, J T W, 0 acres, MauU Swamp
Jones, Redding. Heirs. 220 acres. Street's 'erry
JobcsoD, Frank. 3 acres, Bay Bush
Kirkman, Emelia. 150 acres, MapIeJCy press
King, Frank M. 148 acres. Grindle (Jreek
Kinnon, Richard, Heirs, 150 acres. Waterway Branch,
Lancaster, Rachel, 2 acres, Miuls Swamp
Loftio, H C, 91 acres. Maple Cypress
McRy, Mary, 217 acres, Mauls Swamp
Powers, Sam. 'I. 50 acres. Mauls Run
Purser, I A and N A, 100 acres, Vanceboro
Simmons, W R, 50 acres, Piney Neck
Smith, Redding W. 90 acres, Willis Neck
Smith, Henry, 20 acres, Plnev Neck
8ti Ij . Eliznbeth, 00 acres. Hill's Neck
Tripp. Jas U. 28 acres. PiDey Neck
Von Eoerstein, F H, 180 acres. Vanceboro,
Waters, Judith, 10 acre. Piney Neck
Way ue. Fanny, 75 wcres. A J T Wayne Land
Willis, Andrew P. 100 acres. Willis Neck
Willis. Bryan J, 60 acres, Willis Neck
Wiiiioa, Thompson, 64 acres. Poplar Branch
WiiciuB. Jnt Jr, 70 ares, Piney Neok
Williams, Eiizaeth, 15J acres. Palmetto
Whkfonl, A J tOO acres. Hill's Neck
Willi-, Saiah, 50 ac:e;', Mt. Pleasant
o 2 Township
G.isbins, Br op, 2X0 acres, ' urkey Neck
Pettipher, W D. 300 acres, Juniper
Purify. Amnion, 675 acres, Hall Swamp
Roe, W M 400 acres, bC
Tatou. J E. 160 acres. Guinea
West, Aaioa C, 148 ..cres. M and B (-reek
No. 3 Township.
lieasley, Ljfayette, 100 acres. Mulberry Inland
Becton, Mary, 70 acres. Musely (Jreek
Bectou, Anthony, 6 acres, Mosely Creek
Biddle, Alonzo, Heirs, 100 acres,
Bryan, Nitban, 90 acres, Dover Pocosin )
do do 16 acres, Tracy Swamp )
Black. Jas, 25 acres. Mosely Creek
Clarke, W E, 200 acreB, Dover
Eubank, D. W, 2 acres, Cove
do do 22 acres, Core Creek
Humphry, L B, 1 acre, Dover Station
Hill, E H, Heirs, 600 acres, Mosely Creek
Kornegay, J E, 7 acres, Dover Station
Mumford, Caroline, 32 acres, Barnwell
Rhem, Primus, 13 acres, Mosely Oreek
Rue, N F, 9 acres. Mosely Creek
Russell. L K, Heirs, 100 acres, Flat Swamp . ...
Rouse, Jas B. 203 acres. Cart Bridge
Rouse, Y B, 250 acres, Mosely Creek
West, SB, 14 acres, Mosely Creek ...................
Wallaoe, Frank, 87 acres, Mosely Creek ...
West, Geo W, 140 acres, Cypress Creek
White, Willie, 9 acres, Mosely Creek
Wilson, Wm, 32 acres, Gam Pocosin...
Wooten.B H, 40 acres. Half Moon
Wooten, J C, 1095 acres, Turkey Trap
No. 5 Township.
Borden, B F, 1000 acres, Hancock's Creek
Becton, Dan'l M, 10 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Bryan, W A, 25 acres. Little John
Bryan, E T, 25 acres, Little John
Blango, Jas 100 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Blango, Sam'!. 100 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Blango, Wm, 100 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Carter, Elijah, 25 acres, Grindle Creek
barter, Isam S, 28 acres, Mitchell's Creek
Carter, Joaephue, 7 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Carter, Lewis H, 50 acres. Clubfoot Creek
Carter, Martin. 30 acras, Cherry Point
Carter, Rufus L, 37 acres. Clubfoot Creek
chad wick, Wm C, 50 acres, Hancock Creek
Dove, Wm, 156 acres, Cahookey
Fisher, Jas, 75 acres, Adams Creek Road..:
Fisher, John F, 8 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Goette, John C, 25 acres, Adams Creek Road
George, John H, 90 acres, Mitchells Creek
Jackson, Richard, 90 acres, Adams Creek
Jackeon, Wm, 50 acres, Long Creek
Morton, Ben j, 50 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Morris, Eller, 57 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Martin, Jacob, 34 acres. Clubfoot Creek
Mitchell, Jessie, 6 acres, Mitchells Creek
Martin, Rigdon, 84 acres. Clubfoot Creek
Martin, Sam'l, 32 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Nolan. John, jr, 15 acres. Main Road
Pate, Jackson, 100 acres, Kings Creek
Richards Benj, 72 acres, Cahookey
Williams, Wm, 95 acres, Adams Creek
No. 6 Township.
Andrews, Tracy, 50 acres, Sandy Run
Bryan, John, acres. Like Ellis
Brinkley, Joa. acres, Hancocks Creek ...
Berry, Geo, 374 acres, Slocumbs Oreek
Chance, John, 50 acres, Slocumbs Creek
Cannady, Mosee, 3i acres, East Creek
Cooper, Doctor, 18 acres, Lake Road
Coleman, Henry, 25 acrec Bryce Creek
Hill, Edward, 125 acres, Rait Road
Ives, Wm H, 85 acres, Croatan
Jackson, Noab, 1750 acres, McGlin Tract
Marshall, Geo F, 400 acres, Slocumbs Creek ...
Moore. Mrs Collins, 75 acres, Colman Creek-
Moore, C J. 40 acres, Colman Creek
Marshall, F P, 240 acres. County Road
Nelson, Jos, 500 aores, Slocumbs Creek
do do 12 acre, Lake Road
Smith, Jacob, 100 acres, Sandy Run
Smith, Noab, 70 acres, Rail Road
Taylor, D L, 22 acres, Slocumbs Creek
Williams, Joe, 10 acres, Rail Road
Wynn, W Y, 100 acres, Hancocks Creek
Wjnn, C'J, lOacree, Hancocks Creek
Wvnn. W Y, Aet W K Pate, minor, 900 aores,
No. 7 Township.
Brooks, Sam'l, 10 Bcree, Wade Land
Fisher, Abram D, 3 4 acre, Riverdale Station
FisherJohn S, 1 4 acre, Riverdale Station
Griy, S H, Mnfg Co, 5 acres, Graywood
Hasket, Summerfield, 200 acres, Johnson Point. . .
Hines, J J, 1-4 acre, Riverdale
Mallett, C E, 279 acres, Riverdale
Mallett, Peter, 80 acres, Riverdale
Millard, Washington, 12 acres, Neuse Road
Moye, GirrettG, 148 acres, Neuse River and R R.
. 4 46
. 4 79
. 23 70
. 13 73
. 4 79
. 2 89
. 16 12
. 5 32
. 24 89
, 2 35
, 4 23
. 5 61
. 6 63
. 7 28
. 17 80
. 8 14
. 6 88
. 8 47
. 16 26
. 5 67
. 32 38
. 7 89
. 8 40
. 19 13
. 5 22
. 5 04
, 3 80
. 4 96
. No. 7 Township. tax and cost.
Tippett, Elizabeth, 240 acres, Mill Branch . . 9 (iJ
Ihorp, J V, Wm Cohen, Eir, 22 acres. Thorp Land
Waters, Reuben, 11 1-2 acres, Railroad
No. 8 Township
Allec Geo & Co, 5 acres on Pern brooke Road,
do do 820 acres, Batchelors Creek
Arthur, Martin, 1 lot Scott Land
Alexander, Mingo, 15 1 2 acres on Neuse Road
Bryan, Frank, 1 lot in PavieTown
Blackledge, Sam, 1 lot in Pavie Town ........
do do 1 lot on Berne street
Burney, Luke, 1 lot on Metcatf street
Baker, Alfred, 1 lot on Cedar street
Blackman. Martha, 1 lot on Gardner' alley ".
Benders, B B, 1 lot on Crooked street
Bishop. Tony, 1 lot on George atrt
Blank, Chas H, 1 lot on Pollook street .'
do do 1 let on Queen and Berne street
Boyle, James, 1 lot on New South Frontktreet.
Bowen, Sam'l T, 1 lot on Pollock streets
do do 1 lot on Crooked street
Bryan, Asa, I lot on New South Front street . .
crown, John ts, l lot on Middle street. . .
Broyn, Virgil S, 1 lot on Eden street
Bogey, Bichard, 76 acres on Bachelor creek
Benders, Harriet, 1 lot on Metoalf street
Blackledge, R B, 740 aores on Trent road
Bryna, Demsy, 95 sores on Neuso road
Clark, C C jr, 1 lot on Craven street
Chapman, M W, 1 lot on Pirie and Barne sis
Carmack, Henry, 18 acres on Bachelor Creek. ..."
Cannady, Betsey, 1 lot in Pavie Town
Crawford, V A, for Miles Richardson, 1 lot on George
street and 1 lot on Metoalf atrnee
Crawford, V 4, for Rosa Fisher, 1 lot on Q ieen street
Capehart, Charlotte, 1 lot on Oak st
Dion, Christopher, 1 lot on Forbes alloy. .
lhxod, iticnara, are acre, Deep Gully . .
do do 220 acres on Nt une road
do do 80 acres do An
Eatoo, Margaret, 1 lot on Geore nc
Edwards, S A, 1 lot on Rountree et
Everidge Joe, 1 lot in Pavie Town
Edwards, Stephen, 10 acres on Pembrook road , '.
Foy, LL, 1 lot on Jerkins alley
Fenderson. John, 1 lot on Jerkins alley
Gaskins Wm, 1 lot on Spring st
Gatlin, Penie, 5 acres on Trent road
Green, W H N, Adcnr, 88 acres on Trent ruad
Gaekin, M C, 25 aores on Pern brooke road
Gardner, M:s Sarah F, 2 lot on Pollock st
Guthrie. Mrs Susan, 1 lot on Craveu st
Hearn, R B, 1 lot ou Fleet st
Henderson, Lott, 1 lot on Ricbardsoua alley ,
Hancock, L W, 1 lot on Graves and Kiig sts
Hines, Wright, for wife and Bister, 1 lot on Berne ot .
Harrison, Rosanoa 1 lot, Pavie Town
Hatch, J R, 1 lot. QUeen st
Hayes, David, 1 lot. Crooked St
Hancock, Robert 2 lots. Graves aa.l King sts
Hill, Sam'l, 1 lot. Pavie Town
Hargett, J M. 320 acres, Trent Road
Hyman, A, 1 lot, Pasteur st 1
do do Bragg's alley f
Helton, A H, estate of, 1 lot, Craven and Broad sis
Harris, Israel, sr. 1 lot, Bragg's alley
J J Powers, 1 lot, George st
Hawkins, John U. HO acres on Neuse road
Ives, Henry, 29 acres, Neuse road
Ipock, B H, 1 lot. Cypress at
Johnson, Joe, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Johnson, Simon H, 1 lot, Berne st
Johnson, John S, 1 lot. Eden st
Justice. B T, esta e, 130 acres, Neuse road
Jones, Henry, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Johnson. H , 1 lot, Uriffith st
Joyner, Henry, 1 lot. Cuthbert avenue
Jones, Samuel, for Pleasant Riley, 1 lot, Forbes alley...
Jones, Samuel, 1 lot, Forbes alley
Joyner, Margaret, 1 lot. Jerkins land
Koonoe, James, ISO acres at Rocky Run
Lewis, Henry S, 1 lot on Good st
Latham, Briscoe. 1 lot on Pine st
Leary, Simon. 150 aores on Baohelor creek
Lee & Co, A, 8 aores, Jacksmith
Manly, George, 1 lot, new South Front st
Merritt, Thos, 60 aores. Rocky Run
Mayo, John, 1 lot, Oedtr st
Murphy, Hannah, l lot. Crooked st
Moore, Wm, 1 lot, Jacksmith
Moll wain, Isaiah, 15 acres, New road
Mcllwain, Redding, 1 tot, Broad st
do do do Elm st
do do do Scott alley
Moore, Nancy, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Moore, Jacob, 1 lot, Kilmarnock st
Mosely, DO, 1 lot, Queen et
McLacklan, Alex, for wife. 1 lot. Pollock st )
do do do 2 lots, Pollock & Berne sts )
Moulton, Mrs Mary D, 1 lot, E Front and Change sts...
Newborn Gas Light Company, gas works
Nelson, Joseph, 201 aores. Trent road
Pearson, Hannah, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Phillips, Lucinda, 70 aores, Bachelor creek
Patterson, J A, for IS J Patterson, t lot, Johnston st. ...
do do for Bessie D Flanner, i lot, do
Patterson, M & J A, 1 lot. Hotel Albert
Palmer, C E, 92 acres, Trent road
Riggs, Nancy, 125 aores. Bachelor creek
Russ, W N, 1 lot, Jacksmith
Rollins, Pleasant. 1 lot, Forbes allay,
Stanly, R estate, 500 acres. Bachelor creek
do do 1 lot, Jerkins land
do do do Pollock and Craven sts
do do do Middle st
do do do Good st
Simmons. Abram, 1 lot, Jones and Pollook sts
Sbmte, M M, 78 aores, Deep Gully
Sanders. Mrs E E, 1 lot. Broad st
S la ton, Martha, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Sutton, Henry, 33 acres, Deep Gully
Sheperd. John W, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Smith, W B, 1 lot. Queen st
Slade, Andrew, 1 lot, Tin Cud alley
Stanly, J P, for wife, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Skinner, Francis, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Tucker, L A, 1 lot, Berne st
Thomas, John H, 1 lot, Metcalf et
Whitford, Julia, 1 lot. Good st
Watkine, J L, 1 lot. Queen at
Warren, John, jr, 2 lots, New South Front st
Wad s worth, Dennis, 1 lot. Pollock and Queen sts...
Willis, Caesar, 1 lot, Courtet
No. 9 Township.
Avery, A W, 300 acres on Neuse road
Davis, W C, 13 aores. Horse branch
Davis, George. 250 acres, Bachelor creek
French, L H, 28 acres. Plank landing
French, L J. 20 aores. Plank landing
Ferrand. J B. 100 aores, Neuse road
Green, J C, 250 aores. Clear Spring
Green, George, jr, 750 acres. 8tony Branob
Hill, G W, 20 acres, Terkey Quarter
Hill, G F, 250 aores, Neuse road
Lassiter. Chas, 88 acres, Baohelor creek
May, E F. 150 aores, Jasper
May, E F. agent, for Mrs L White, 50 acres, Jasper
Mitohell, W M, H acres, Miry branch
Merritt. Cicero. 165 acres, Beaver Dam
Mosely W H, 70 aores, Turkey Quarter
Rivers, James, agt for Emelioe Rivers. 40 acres, Jasper,
Sugg. John, 80 acres. Great branch
Wetherington, L T. 48 acres. Baohelor oreek
Wetherington, O H P, agent for Mrs N C Smith. 700
aores. Bachelor creek.
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THAT once orthodox Protection i&t
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as to tbe attempted abases of legis
lation on the Tariff at Washington.
It concisely tella the whole story
about the McKinley bill when it
says that this bill is "a political
measure, and not a bQBiness one.''
It remains for the people of New
England to decide whether they j gt Flannel
shall allow their business to De
It is the Dying Truth!
BIG IKE has bought
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