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.A LEIGH, N. C. ..SEPT. 7, 1838. M AKE DKMOCRATIC TICKET. Eon thk Skn-atf-A. I). JONES, of Ral- gh. Kou HofSK ok Rki'uesentative C .::KKN", of St Matthews: J. C. JUI)1, of '.'.11'k.horH-: I.. D. BAl'COM. of White Dak .i.l K. C. HEDIUNGKIELd), of Nense. E.m Sheriff M. W. PAGE, of Morris--. i'lf. FoU RHilsTKH OF DF-HPS .JOSEPH P '.. i1)W1N, of St. Mary's. F"i: Trkasukek L.' O. I.Ol'GEE. of tviieigh. Kok C'ORONOli Dr. J. B. KNIGHT, of St. Matthews. For SruvKYoK J. Q. SHAW, of Oak ' Jrove. KALEHill AND WAKE NEWS. St. Mary's will begin the 13th instant. The city graded schools will open on the 17th in t. IV.hi' Institute opened with a large at-u-nuance on Wednesday. Ia'I all members of the Chamber of In- 'i.sirv be present at the meeting next I'iiesday night. Chapel Hill and Wake Forest opened l.t-t week. Trinity this week. Davidson begins the 13th inst. Attention members of the Farmers' Al liance. Mr. J. L. Stone, of Raleigh, N. '.. is selling the best and cheapest organs in the county. He has just received $10, ooo worth of the celebrated Emerson pianos. Send him your orders. J as. H. Miller, of Kaleigh. who is de sirilied by the New York Herald as "a wealthy brewer" was robbed of $7,595 in New York last week. It was restored and the waiter and chamber-maid of the hotel where he was stopping were arrested. We are indebted to W. C. Coleman, President of the Colored Industrial Asso ciation of the State, for an invitation to .atend the Colored Fair which will beheld in Raleigh from September 24th to 29th. It is expected that the three candidates for Governor will speak one day. The Association has accumulated no debts up io date, except for printing. At a big Alliance meeting and dinner at Auburn last .vek, a number of speeches u re made. The rostrum was decorated with corn, tobacco, fruits and large melons. The Progressive Farmer says: The most striking and significant feature of the decoration, however, was the silent notice served on the Bagging Trust. On a broad piece of white canvass, across the rear of the rostrum, was painted in large letters: " 1'r t'.Lii" Office is a Public Tri-st." BUT liAfii.iMi I? a Private One. And elevate 1 far above the heads of the speakers, was a piece of jute bagging heavily draped in mourning. S'lenil "R 'gers' bnd is not regarded as perfectly good and before placing the tax lis" in his hands, the commissioners are making an investigation. They passed th:s resolution: Kf.sul.ved. That J. Rowan Rogers, riff of Wake county, be and he is hereby requested to appear before tin; Hoard of County Commissioners on Tuesday, the lth inst, for the purpose of strengthening and justifying his bond to su.;h an extent as may be necessary, and that due notice to this effect be served on him. The Chronicle says: Treat Mr. Rogers just as if he was a Democrat. Make him justify his bond so that no possible loss can come to the county. The Governor having received telegrams from the President of the Florida Board of Health and Surgeon General Hamilton inquiring as to whether persons from the yellow fever district would be allowed to come into Western North Carolina, came to Raleigh yesterday. He is consulting with physicians. The Governor is actuated by two desires, first to protect the people of North Carolina; and second, if possible to afford relief to the stricken people 'of Florida One day last week the editor cf the Chronicle was in Hen derson ville. On that day the mayor had telegraphed that Hendtrsonville would open its doors to people from Jackson ville. Already a number of them are there. A Triple Lynching. Three negroes Henry Tanner and John Tanner (his son) and Alonso Smith, the first two charged with murder, and the last with arson were taken out of jail in Oxford Sunday morning about 2 o'clock and lynched. They were all hanged to one tree. The Chronicle has published the particulars of the crime foi which they were in jail. The lynchers were masked. leath of M. V'H. (wilbert. Special Cor. State Chronicle.1 Sunday evening, at 7 o'clock, at the res idence of Mr. W. M.Utley in this city, Mr. M. VB. Gilbert was stricken with paralysis and expired in less than an hour. Some time ago he had an attack of paraly sis, but was thought by many of his friends to have almost recovered. He was a native of Pasquotank county, and faithfully served its people as Register of Deeds for a number of years, besides holding many other positions there of honor and trust, among them that of post master at Elizabeth City. He had resided in Raleigh for a number of years, and was at one time proprietor of the Raleigh Era, a Republican paper of great influence in i its day. tie represeuLeu faGvouuij the lower House during the session of 174. He was clerk to the Register of Deeds for Wake county for a number of years, and was regarded as one of the most competent and accommodating offi cers the county ever had. Mr. Gilbert was highly respected by all with whom he came in contact, and among his intimate friends was universally be loved for his generosity, bis genial and companionable manners, and his unswerv ing fidelity. He was an honored member of Kaleigh Typographical Union, the mem bers of which deeply feel his loss. He was ii years of age at his death,and had never married. The funeral took place from the resi dence of Mr. Utley Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock, under the auspices of the Typo graphical Union, Rev. Mr. Gibbs conduct ing the services. The interment was in the Confederate Cemetery, the deceased having been a soldier in the late war. The following gentlemen acted as pall-bearers: N. B. Hroughton, Chas. F. Cook, T. O. Faucett, L. O. Iugee, 0. D. Christophers and E. M. L'zzell. B- "Hold Robeson and Save the State." From Wilson Advance. From a private letter to the editor we learn that Robeson county will give Fowle 1 ,000 majority. Good for Robeson ! Buchlen's Arnica Salve. The Hpst Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped lianas, onuuiaiu Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is truaranteed- to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per PERSONAL VNIHfcOCIAL. The Third l'artyiu s say that Rev. Thov Dixon, Jr., of Boston, has joined the Third Party, and that, he addressed a club in Boston some days ago. Prof. J. IJ. Hill has been appointed Clerk of the Court, of Iredell count v, vice J. B. Connelly; prof. HiH is a man of character and capacity, and will make a good officer. The President has" nominated Wm. E. Bond, of North Carolina, to be collector Of customs for the district rf AILm.irU N. C. This is an excellent annnintnu.nt Mr. Bond 1 1 -. . in everv wav oualified for the duties of the ofliee. Messrs. A. G. Ricaud and Sol. C Weill, two prominent young attorneys cf Wil mington, have formed a co-partnership for the practice of law. They make a strong team and the Chronicle wishes them great success. Our friend Jos. J. Stone has begun the publication of a new paper at Dunn called the Harnett Courier. The Chroni cle commends Mr. Stone to the confi dence, and his paper to the support of the good people of Harnett eountv. The Chronicle is sincerely sorry to learn that its esteemed friend, W. G. Burkhead, Esq., has retired from the To bacco Plant and joined the Third (Prohi bition) Party . It is stated that Mr. Burk head will edit a paper to be established in Durham in the interest of the Third Party. Maj. Wm. A. Hearne. well known in journalistic circles, will take a position on the editorial staff of the Wilmington Mes senger September 10th. Maj. Hearne is a well furnished journalist. His special forte is the internal improvements of the State. Few men know the needs of the State so well as Maj. Hearne. The Messenger, always progressive, is to be congratulated upon this acquisition to its staff. The Messenger certainly deserves the large and even increased patronage which it is receiving. In private letter from Minister Jarvis, he says that the health of himself and wife makes it impossible for him to remain much longer in Brazil. His secretary of legation is now absent and upon the re turn of the latter in October, Mr. Jarvis expects to return to North Carolina, to arrive about Christmas. He says further tha' iV. health will make it impossible for him to serve longer than the present terra, and that he looks forward with pecu! ar pleasure to North Carolina. Statesville landmark. Mr. Richard Battle, for a Ions time con nected with the News- ! .server, has re signed his position on that paper. He left Monday for Denver, Colorado, where he goes to take charge of the interests of V. Duke Sons & Co., in the State-; and Terri tories adjacent to Colorado. Mr. Battle is well qualified for this work and we con gratulate him in advance upon the pros perity and success which await him in the growing and prosperous West. Mr. D. H. Caldwell, a well known and excellent gentleman of Wake Forest, succeeds Mr. Battle. The county convention of Northamp ton, was hold Monday of last week. It was the largest convention ever held in the count". Mr. Geo. Bishop ( Rich S-pare) was recommended for the Senate: Mis.-rs. W. J. Rogers. ( Martrrtt tsville. i and A.J. Ellis. (Garyshurg. i were nominated for the House; M. F. Stancell for sheriff; S. J. Colvert for Register. Dr. R. II. Stancell, who was in Raleigh this w.-ek, tells the Chronicle that Northampton will certainly be represented in the legis lature by Democrats, and tha' the nomi nees are most excellent and popuh.r gentlemen. . Death, the Reaper, Slill is Reaping. At her home near Enfield. Au 17th, Mrs. R. L. White, aged 'Jl years. In Alamance county. Aug. :Mth, Mr. James Edwin Scott, aged :U years. H was widely known and bad many friends. His death will be deeply deplored. At the residence of her sou in-law, Mr. C. H. Bclviu in Raleigh, Aug. 31st, Mrs. N. A. Pullen, relict of the lateJames D. Pullea, Esq., in her GULh year. She was the mother of Jno. T. Pullen, cashier of the Savings Bank, and of Mrs. Chas. H. Belvin. The Chroxk le hears with regret of the death, at her home in Salisbury, Tues day of this week, of Mrs. Sarah T. Tipton, wife of Col. John C. Tipton, editor of the Salisbury Press. She had been ill for a long time. Our brother has our sincere sympathy in his bereavement. The sudden death of Dr. Joseph H. Parker, in Rtleigh last Saturday, was a stunning blow to his family. Mrs. Parker who had been to Kittrells on a visit, was expected on the afternoon train. lor. Parker had walked from his farm (oue mile distant) to meet her. Overcome by the exertion of the walk, he satdown to await the train. When his wife arrived he was placed in a carriage, and died be fore he could be carried home. Dr. Parker was a native of Gates county. Ten years ago he married Miss Annie Moore, a daughter of the late distinguished B. F. Moore, E-q , and moved to Raleigh where he has since resided. In Raleigh, Saturday morning, Sep tember 1st, Rev. Fordyce Mitchell Hub bard, D. D., aged 7U years. He died at the residence of his son in law Col. 1". M. Argo with whom he resided. Dr. Hubbard, though not a native North Carolinian, was a prominent figure in educational work in North Carolina. He was native of Mas sachusetts. Dr. Hubbard .vas an ordained minis', r of the Protestant F.pisoopal church and m 184-? he was called to Christ Church, New Berne. Afterwards he took charge of Trinity, a school near Raleigh, and in 184U t.e was elected professor of Latin m the University of North Carolina. Ho tilled that chair until Wi when the doors of the University were closed. Much to the regret of all who knew and loved him. Dr. Hubbard then left the State to become rector of a church and principal of a school at Manlins, N. Y., where he re mained until seven years ago when he returned to North Carolina, where with his grandso i and son in-law he spent the sunset of life. He was a man of most exemplary life who lived the religion he preached. He was a ripe scholar in the best sense of that much abused word and was faithful and conscientious as an in structor. He impressed all who knew him as one entirely free from ostentation, of consideration for others, of rare knowl edge and acquirement. North Carolina is richer from his adoption of it as a home, but is poorer now that he has gone to "the Palace of the King." His death was as glorious as it was sad. It was such a death as seems fitting for so true and devout and aged a Christian. He had been left for a few moments by a faith ful attendant. On the return of the at tendant, Dr. Hubbard was found kneeling bv his bedside, as if in prayer. In this posture, his spirit went to he had served so long. the God whom A party of neighbors were discussing what they enjoyed most in every day life. One noted for his strength of voice and enthusiasm in talkiDg vociferously said: "When I come home from the field, mighty tired, I eat a big dish of cold cabbage and a big piece of meat, then I drink a pint of liquor and read a chapter in the Book, then I'm all right, and I lay down and feel goot." Bel wood item in Shelby Aurora. PENCIL .11 A ItfilXALlA. IlV H. V. M. Special Cor. Statk Cm koxicli:. In Blackwood's Magazine for August, 165, is a grand and thrilling poemby W. W. Story, entitled 'Cleopatra.' It rep resents ttie wrangling queen of love as re calling the inetenipsy-ehosis of herself and her latest and greatest lover. ''I will lie and dream of the past, time. yEons of thought awav, And through the ji nClf. of memory Loosen my fancy to play: When. A SMOOTH AN O V .' I I-. t V IU.KI;, Rll'.llID WITH VH Low AMI Id.Ai'K, Supple and cushion-footed, I wandered where never the track Of human creature hud rustled The silence of mighty woods. And tierce in a iyrrunous freedom, 1 knew but the law of my moods. The elephant, trumpeting, started When he heard my footstep near, And the spotted giraffes tied wildly In a yellow cloud of fear. I sucked in the noontide si'lenimh;, Quivering ALoNt; the olade, Or yawning, panting, and dteauiing, Basked in the tamarisk shade. Tux I heard mv wild mate roakino, As THE SHADOWS OF NICJHT CAME ON, To brood in the trees' thick branches, And the shadow of slep was gone; Then I roused, and roared in answer, And unsheathed from my cushioned feet My curving claws, and stretched me, And wandered my mate to greet. We toyed in the aml.er moonlight, Upon the warm Hat sand. And struck at each other our massive arms How powerful he was, and grand: :t ' Often another suitor - -Ko.j I was flexile and fair I'ol'O-iT FOR ME IN THE MoONLKill T, While I lay crauni him; there. Till his blood was drained by the desert; And rutlted with triumph and power, He licked me and lay beside me To breathe him a vast half-hour." Now, all who have read Edwin Arnold's far greater poem, the "I mirr 01 Asia,"' will recollect that when Prince Siddartha. afterwards honored as Buddha, had won by his excellence in all manly contests the lovely Indian maid, Yasodhara, she "Rose from her place above the throng, and took A crown of mora ilowers, and lightly drew THE VEIL OF HI.ACK AND (.old across her brow, Proud pacing past the youths, until she came To where -Mtldartha stood in grace divine. v And stooped to touch his feet with proud gla. ves. Saying, ,-ar Prince, behold me, who am thine.' " -X - "Long after when enlightenment was come The' prayed Ix.rd Buddha touching all, and why SriE WORE THIS r.l.ACK AND (.OLD, and stepp ed so proud. And I he World honored answered, Tnto me This was unknown, albeit it seemed half known. For while the wheel of birth and ueaTh turns round. Past things and thoughts, ami buried lives come back. I now remember, myriad rims ago. What time I roamed Himala's hanging woods, A t'.oer. w ith mv -triped and hungrv kind: I WHo M 1 5 1 ! -! Mi , I ol ( I i E! . I 1 !l K K t's I I GAZING Willi i.REEN IU INKED I W I'l'iA THE HERDS. j UK II V 1 I'Ki.l) NEAR SD Nl !:h ' Tt THEIR de I'll Kot'N d m v n v i. i !;: r r "ERNE 1 II -111! M A Us I RoAIED toR E'liKV, s AVAi.K, INS Ti A iil.E, Suiting l lie paths for t rack of man a ad deer. Amid the bea-ls that were lay fellows then. Met in deep .u Ni.i.E or by reedy jheel, A TloRESS, Com EL! EST oI-'thE FoREs I'. SET Tli.E MALES AT WAR: HER HIDE WAS 1 II' WITH ool.D. Bi K DID .IDERED like veil "ar.- idhara ii that Wo e for me: hot the wood strife waxed With too h and claw w hile underneath a ncem, The fair beast watched us bleed, thus lierce ly woo ed. And I remember, at The end .?.e came Snarliiii; pat T hi: and that torn forest lord Which I had conquered, and with fawning jaws Licked my ri k heavino flank, and with me went Into the wild with proud steps, amorously." The points of similarity nay, identity in the two poems, as they are too re markable to escape the dullest apprehen sion, so are they too exact and obvious to be attributed by even the most charitable to any chance coincidence of thought. In loth, by the mystery of transmigration, the souN of impassioned and princely lovers have ljeeu transferred from the breast of the royal tiger io the fiercer and more imperious heart of man. In both the wild previous condition is mentally recovered from "the .iunole"1 of memory. In both the female has been a tigress STRH'ED WITH RLACK AND OOLD. In OIH! Cleopatra, in the other Buddha, recall their days spent in blinding tropical sun light, and their bloody thirst for the prey that pastures unsuspiciously near. In one the captivating tigress is "flexile and fair,'" in the other she is "comeliest of the forest," and in both the sand of the desert is stained by the "torn forest lords" that strive for her. Finally, the caress of lick i.nij the heaving flank is varied only in the slightest degree. It is a mast ungracious office to trump up" plagiarisms, bur where thought, description and the vciy form of expression concur as in this cas.-. is it not due to the original poet to assist in protecting his moral copyright? As to the idea embodied in Ixith these poems, they very forcibly suggest the career of "The Shepherd" as "The Terrible Tawney of Timbuctoo" in the "Noctes Amrrosia NaI., when recalling His past as a "y.'UHg hobbledehoy of a lion in velvet pads along ,the Libryau sands." He too had h comely forest love: "a cietur o' my ain kind cou chant! wi' her sweet nose at ween her fore paws " He too wat' hi'd the prev that by his day-lair approached their death and sprang on it as the feline Cleopatra on the spotted giraffes. "From the eavemout h," he says, "a green lawn descended to a pool where the pelican used to come to drink and mony a time hao I watched crouchiu ahint the water-liiies, that 1 might spring upon her when she had filled her bag," Arc. ther points of resemblance are too numerous to mention. Have I discovered some gross literary "convey ing" as Ancient Pistol would call it or have I noti1 if I shall lead the readers of the Chronicle to a careful study of these great master-efforts of story, Arnold and Christopher North, my labor will be amply repaid, whatever reception may be git en to my conclusions. - . - Kaleigh as a Tobacco Market. From Southern Tobacco Journal. It can le said to the credit of Raleigh, North Carolina, that as a tobacco market she has made rapid strides and isto-day on the highroad to cope with her sister markets. Located in one of the best to bacco sections iu the State a section that is constantly extending its area of tobacco cultivation it is but reasonable to believe that Raleigh must yet become a leading tobiiceo centre. To bring the market up to its present, standing, however, has taken some hard work, hut Raleigh has just the men to stand by home interest. Reed, MeGee, Moseley, Jones. Roberts, Farker, Rogue, Moore, Faison, Lipscombe aud others have gone heart and soul into the vvoik and they have won. Raleigh today is looked upon as a market from which the very choicest types can be secured. Some of the best orders in the State are placed on that market which shows that Raleigh furnishes the types that are most in demand. With this ad vantage and a live Board of Trade to back the tobacco interests of the Capitol City it is not strange that Raleigh is forgiug her way to the front. -.. . Eczema, Itchy, tSenlv, Skin Tortures. The simple application of "Swayne's Oint ment," without any internal medicine, will cure ny case of Tetter, Slt Rheum, Ring worm, Piles, Itch, Sores, Pimples, Eczema, all Scaly Itchy Skiu Eruptions, no matter now obstinate or long standing. It is potent, effective, and costs but a trifle. The .Marriage Hells A-Ringingr. In Durham, Aug. 2bth, Rev. 1. -i Horner, of Henderson, to Mrs. Sarah A. Eton, Rev. E. A. Yates, D. D. , officiating. In the Methodist church at Eliziieth town. Aug. 22nd, Mr. Geo. M. White to Miss I.iddie Hall, both of Bladen county, Rev. C. W. mith officiating. In Salisbury, Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 5th, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Mo.-e-. L. Holmes, a prominent and wealthy citizen of Salisbury, Mr. F. H Arendell, of Raleigh, to Miss Bessie Fdna Holmes, of Salisbury. Rev. O. W. Byrd, pastor of the Methodist church, of ficiating. The attendants upon the occa sion were: Mr. B. J. Arendell, t Dur ham, with Miss Lu!a Whitaker, of Hoff man; Dr. J. A. Sexton, of Raleigh, with Miss Carrie Holmes, of Salisbury: Mr. T.. B. Crosvdcr, of Raleigh, with Mis Nonie Crawford, of Salisbury; Mr. A. S lle-lig, of Salisbury, with Miss Florrie Blake, of Raleigh. The bridal party readied Ral eigh Thursday morning. The Chronicle extends its warmest and sincerest congrat ulations and expressions of good wishes to this couple. Mr. Arendell was for a long time a member of the stall' of the Spate Chronicle and still has a warm place in the hearts of his former associates. He is a popular and successful business man of Raleigh, and has scored his greatest success in winning so excellent a young lady as his wife as Mi.-s Holmes, lie is to be con gratulated by all his friends. A SONNET. Take all of me I am thine own, heart, soul, Brain, body all all that I am or dream Is thine forever: yea, though space should teem With thy conditions, ld fulfill the w hole -Were to t nihil them to be loved of thee. Oh, love me! were to love me but a way To kill me love me: so to die would be To live forever. Iet me hear the: say Onceonly: "Dear, I love thee!" thenalll fe Would be one sweet remembrance the i its kii)&r: j Nay, thou art that already, and the strife I Ot twenty worlds could not uncrown thee. : Bring.. j O Time! my monarch to poss--s his throne j Which is my heart and for himself alone. i Amelie Hives. - T'ucertHiuty of itnesM-o. j I Prom Charlotte Democrat .j ! A friend writes us from Wilkesboro in regard to the testimony of a witness who j was Dut on the stand at the late term of i Superior Court to prove eharacter. The witness was asked. "Do you know the general character of ? Aus. "Yes." "What is it?" Ans. "Weil, passing and repassing,; entertaining and being entertained, in a social point of view, i' is good: but in business transactions, when he is ti..iu- ! cialiv interested, and especially in regard to winding up dead men's et ttes, it is not if,)0(l " ,,aP.,;i.. ,,. .. ..; W ltnesscs. gcueraot . ale eiy um-e. t.uu. AIM'ONT.MKV TS OK HO. . IM N., I in o. i a lie 'a ii ti ill a le lor Cons re I rom j til' l'.url'i ilislii. I. Hon. B. H. 1! inn will address the p. o- ' pie of the Fourth District as toilo,s: ; CHATHAM O'l'NTV. j Merry Oik-. Tuesday. Sept II. Havkuey's, Wednesday, SejU Ii Henley's. Thursday, Sept. i; Pittsboro. Fiiday. Sept. 1) Harper's Roads. Saturday, s.-pi. i -V Osooi, Monday, Sept. 17. WAKE I', iI VI'V. i New 1 1 i : 1 . Tiicsday. Sept. l A . J. Smith's Middle Creek . Wednes day, sept. l'. I'.irtiLi's Store. Thursday. Sept. '-'o. Auburn. I ri lay, Sept. 1 . Hood's store. Saturday, Sept. Rolesvilie. Monday, Sept. '24 Nev L;,rht, Tuesday, Sept. Hon. Johu Nichols is invit--d to these appointments for a division of time. The j 'n;4 l' ' ta,.e statk ChuonVci.k. i-aaiiman of each county executive com mittee is requested to give i.otic and . arrange for the meetings. j Xl'AM'KI), N LI Rrau a . 1 ri uv . . " ',. ' , ," A Situation to Teach. Good reference C h m n Cong. Ex. Com. 4th Dist. jv,.n A ;j;r.S(1uiltt, ol the University. Senl Iistri-t Joint IisensKiou. There will be a joint discussion of the issues of the campaign between -1. J. Martin and .lohn E. Woodard. pre.i len tial electors of the second Nrth Caro lina Congressional listrict, at th; follow ing times and places: Tarboro. Sept. IS Halifax, September 21. Littleton, September i-l. Henderson, September 21. Warrenton, September 2". Wilson, September 25. Kinston, September 27. New Bertie, Septomber 27, a! night. Trenton. September 2'" Snow Hill, tctober 2. Jackson. October .". Windsor, ' ctolx r John E 'A mi.haijii, .1 J Ma.stix. . Tiiirtl Disliiet Join I lisiission. There will be a ioiut dis-u- .'ill of the political issues between o. .1 spear. Esq . Republican candid de for Ei.i t a aud C. H. Acock, Ksip. D. mocia; le ear dlda'o !'.,r E'ec or, in the Thiid t ongr. s-i nal I is trice at the fop . a big tiai s oa I pi ic -s : (ioldsijorn, S pt.-mb'r 11. El.abet htow n, S p :inb-r IS: ( ent rev i !'. p:. miIk i 11) Car',erss Mills, S -jCemb r 21. San ford, September 22 Wade's, September 21 Kvensville, September 2.1. Duplin Roads, September 2(i. Horn's Store, September 27. Richland's, September 28 Jacksonville, September 29. Ht-ulahville, October 1. B.anche's Storo, October 2. Seven Springs, October :. Appointment lor lion. A. l. Waddell. Hon. A. M. Waddell, Democratic candi date for Presidential Elector-at Large, will address the people upon the issues of the campaign at the following times and places: Heudersonville, Saturday, Sep. s. Columbus, Monday, Sep. io Kutherfordson, Tuesday, Sp 11. Newton, Thursday, Sep. i: Taylorsville, Friday, Sep. 11. Wilkesboro, Saturday, Sep. 15. l'.oone, Monday, Sep. 17. .Jefferson, Tuesday, Sep 1S. Sparta, Wednesday, Sep. Ii). The local committees are urgeutly re quested to advertise the same by handbills and otherwise. The ladies are invited to be present. Spieii Whitaker, Ch'm'u Dem. State Ex. Com. Appointments ol Hon. !. WorCiiiistoii. Hon D. Worthington will address the people on the issues of the campaign at the following times and places: Louisburg. Tuesday, Sept. 11. Snow Hill, Tuesday, Oct. 2. Henderson, Monday, O t. 15. Wilson, Monday, Oct. 22. Nasvtlle, Satuiday, Nov. 3. The local committees are urgently re quested to advertise these appointments by hand-bills and otherwise. Sl'IEU Whitakkr, Ch'm'n I em. State Ex. Com. - - Piles! Piles! Itching Piles. Symptoms Moisture; intense itching and stinging; most at night; worse by scratch ing. If allowed to continue tumors form which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swayne's Ointment stops the, itching and bleeding, heals ulceration, and in most cases removes the tumors. At drug gists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. Swayne & Son., Philadelphia. , First Iitii4 1 Flectoi al Canvass. tin), il P.i'owo, Jr., and (ieo. A. Spar row, Democratic and Republican candi dates for Presidential elector, will address the people in joint discussion as follow: Pamlico county, September 13. Pamlico county, September 14. Aurora, September 15. Fairfield, September 10. Swan Quarter, September 120. Sladesville, September HI. Yeatesville, September Plymouth. September '-?". Creswell, September L'ti Columbia, September -27. Robersorivil'e, September '2'.). Edenton. crober 1. Hertford, Octob-r 2. Elizabeth City, October :! Camden C. 11., October 4. Currituck C. H , October 5. Sua.sbury, October 0 Gatesville, October S. ilurf reesboro, October 0. Harrellsviile, October 10. Jaaiesville, October 11. Bethel, 2tob3r 12. Pact ol us, October l:. Oilier appointments will be announced. Speakers will commence at noou unless changed local by committees. John H. Small, Ch m'n Dein.Ex. Cong. Com. -NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Absolutely Pure. Powder never varies. A marvel of ! pm-ity, strength ami wholesomeness. Moie economical than the ordinary kinds, and can- I not be sold in competition with the multi- , n,(le of low testj sh ,rt Wt.iliht alum or phos. i : 0.;it Tuiu iters Soldonlv in cans. Itoval ! Ital.inu I'ow :ler Co.. IDC Wall St.,.N. Y. wti'u. .vi.'. nts Aiinteil for a tir.-t clas Mutual Lite liisurauce Company. None but live and art ive men need apply. Write to the undersigned for terms nd supplies. a. . nu i:, Gen'i Am, ;m-:!l -1 ii; Portsmouth, Va. s I I I ATKtN W'AMKI). ; Bv a youiii; Lady, who has had two ) cars i experience, anil is iiialitied to t each Kmtlish. i Mat heiuai ic-s. I.atiu, French. Instrumental ; Mu-'ic and Calisthenics. Satisfactory refer ; eiufs u'iveli iitid reouired. Ad lres. i tkahii:r. ani':U-tf Halifax, N. C. yyTAM K !--. SITUATION. A you:ir Ladv desiresa situation as teach er, eh her in a school or family. Can teach i tie En-disli branches and Latin. Reference . . . .. i i . . . Address. "TEACH EK," RaleiRh, X. C. care Statk Chkomclk. anylO-tf II O.MES WANTED ! 'i'wo vou mi ladies, aued resrcctive'.y 14 and V.i years, desire to secure a home in the country. They prefer to le with aged Chris tian people. TUey will render good service in return for the home. Addre.sS. V., care Statk Chuosu-i.k, auglo-tf Raleigh, X. C. jITIrATI()N WANTED. A graduate of the University of North Carolina desires a situation as teacher He has had three months experience in teach- i mg and can give the best of reien-itces, i among them the exlitor of the CinioNU l.K. Address, X., I care State Chiionk i.k, jun22-tf Kaleigh, N. C : i t v . NTED! i w ! 1 riivliiii' hiiiI l.ik.il KnlesiiK'H f'tir o-i- cultnral and Machinery Specialties to sell to the trade. State age,' references, amount expected for salary and expenses. Ad iress. MAMEV .V CO., jtiyiT tf Monte.ueia, (!a. o PICK. M y wife I .u: , nee I jUc y Hcd'ii in;. h vinir, willlout my consent, leff my bed and b .aid, t his card i to not if y all persons that I will .. : 1. 1 ..1... I itoi, ot n sj.i.ii" iuie 101- ,m iit-m uiuii suC mav coat rai t (io! dsboio. X. ('., Aus. T. Isss. augio At O. i. TIIO.M I'SON. OKi(iA(;i: SALE. Hv virtue of a mortgage, executed by J. W. Massey, recorded in book 74, page l'.fJ, li'egister's oilice of Wake county. I will ex pose to publ a- sale at the court house door in rta'eigh, on Sept. 'J'-iad. isss. at y o'clock M.. ll-." j acres of land, ioinintc the lands of Dr. M. C Chamblee and others, in Little Iliver township Terms of sale, cash. This Atiii'Ust 'i-i. ssi. C. '!'. IIOK TON, ang-'Mlw Mortiragee. ALFRED I). JONES, Attorney-at-Law, Will practice in all t he Courts of the State Oltice in the Mahler Building, RA1.KIKI1. S. n. FOR SALE. T WENT Y-FIV E LOTS, in the growing town of Mt. Airy, the terminus of the Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley Railroad. These lots are WELL LOCATED, both for Residence ami Business Houses; lying ou Main, Franklin and Pine streets. For further information address, J. F. Ar W. A. MOORE, Mt. Airy, N. C. ""Mention this paper. juyfi-6m Old Dominion Steams'p Co., FOR New York and Points East. Ships leave Richmond, Va., every Tues day and Friday. Leave Norfolk, Va., Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. JST" First-class Tickets include meals and Berth. W. II. STANFORD, Ci. P. A., aug17-tf tJS5 West St., cor Beach, X. Y. I NFM" ADVERTISEMENTS. ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, KAL.KIG1I. N. C. THE ADVENT TERM, TIIK .).TII SFMl-ANM AI. SKSSION, HHC1NS TIM'ISSOAY, SKI'TE.M I1EH 131TI, 1888. For Catalogue, address the Rector, KEY. I; EN IS E IT SMEDES, A. M. jan1 tf Woollcott & Son, 14 East Martin St. FOR EARLY FALL TRADE We hny f receivt d. direct from France, all Shades ot Henrietta Cloth, Price ."!e a vard. ) f fi yds double width Cashmere, !c -UWU a yard, worth :Cc. a Pieces of HI.ACK CASII3I KKK. us 1 " " i uchec. wide, at 2c a yard, worth ."iTic. We have added to our sto k a new line of CROCKER t GLASS AND TIN WARE. Our Stock of SHOES is complete and CANNOT UK EXCELLED in quality or prices. I?"AU go. ids in irked in plain figures and one price to all. jaii2-tf MORRIS & CARTER, Special Reduction Sa!e of all kinds of Spring and Summer GOODS. Our Semi Annual Stock-Taking has been the means of bringing out many lines ot goods very desirable to the consumer, which on account of style, quality or incomplete ness of the lines will be closed out UKGAUDLESS OF PllICC. We mean to make it an object for every body to carefully examine the many very srPERlOH BARGAINS we have placed on our IJAKGAIX COO'TKKS in order to be closad out. o.OOO YARDS, j beige new, and beautiful styles, at 7 1-2 cents per yard. Lailies Cambric and Muslin Cnder-wcar Chemise, Gowns, Skirts, Drawers, and Cor set Covers at manufacturers prices. i-sfSkirts from ;'.."c up. NORRIS fc CARTER, 206 and 'ZOH Favrtteville SI., jan.Vly Kaleigii, S'. ('. Furniture ad Bedding PARLOR SI ITS. Embossed Plush Parlor Suits ar.-Vi Silk Plush Parlor Suits . Silk Plush Sofa XH) Silk Plush Divan W.bO HEI ROOM NCI iS. Poplar Chamber Suits f rom yit.tM) to s:10.iKl Cherry Chamber Suit s H5.IX) Walnut Chamber Suits from b50 to MM Walnut Bedsteads 1 rom 8.1H) to l'J.00 iiei)1in;. Hair Mattresses. Finest Quality fc-'.VMi Pine Hair -Mattresses from. . . sii.UJ to s.5ti Cotton Mattresses from 5.00 to S.00 Straw or Shuck, Cotton Top, 2. '.'5 to 4.50 iinin; room. Walnut Extension Tables 11.00 Walnut Extension Tables 14.50 Poplar Side-Boards 10.00 Walnut Side-Boards at). 00 TAKI.ES. Drop Leaf Tables Centre Tables 2.00 aud Antique Oak Centre Tables Cherry Centre Tables CHAIRS. Split Seat Chairs Common Wood Chairs. Caue Seat Chairs Oak Hiiiinu' Chairs Kockers !.), 1.50, $2.50 and 2.7.t 2.50 4.50 7.(H) .50 .1.0 . 1 ) 1.50 4 75 .M ISC' EL LAN EOI S. Cane, for reseating chairs, 1,000 teet,. si. 00 Spring Slat Beds. 7 W oven-wire Mattresses 4.50 Wardrobes id 1.00 and Di.5) Children's liockers and High Chairs 75c, 1. 00 and 1.50 Baby Basket Carriages, with Para sols $7.00, 3.00 and 10.00 Hall Stands 12.00 and 15.50 Safes, Tin or Wire, 3.50 Lounges from 7.00 to li.50 Hammock Chairs Siiio and 5.00 Bedsteads from S2.00 to 12.50 Washstands from 1.75 to 10.00 Orders from the Country will receive prompt attention. Letters ol inquiry cheerfully ami promptly answered. j. c. nuTsoif & CO., 12 East Martin Street, RALEIGH, N. C. jan'26-tf Im-iimmmwm-i 4 t'U k N EM A !V EKTISE.il ETS. RYRJO OIM.EAP YEAR, J O H ft! Y. WacRAE. THE !;.OIlEi.ORS NOW VI ST "JilDF- WCT " THEY'VE HAD FOUR YKARS OF Slar'' UV.Y OA V SMILE AXI) FAIVT AND EvPS l.vr i.i l li'S .ot.N"S YEAR TO COURT. 15A. YoUli "AIR AND FINCH YOUR C'iFFIC ANd DON YOUR PEST TROUSSEAU, ' ' AND IF SHE COVES YoUR Lo E TO SEEK. JUSTsAI, "OH MY, YoU MUSTN'T Do SO." RUT CONSIDER YOURSEi F FORTUN TF WHET! II- R SHE RE EIGHTEEN OR El(i HTY-EKi H T. And if Bachelors. Maidens. Mammas or Pappas, Cousins. Sisters Sweet!,, -.. (s or il-" - T .h -thi:i th LINE, A TOILET c 'ASK I ; 1 V F ( ' li.YTRACI, Bridal Present. Birthday Present or anvoth. r p;v., ,-,..; s', u . j' J. cr, Consul, Sweetheart or Friend during the year lfiNJS, don't i .r-t t!a! ' '' JOHN Y. MACRAE'S Is the place to make the purchase. Come whenever vou feel h.ke it and even when you uon t feel like it. A warm welcome awaits you in the Winter joad a . v. t-U-. m liu t!i shape of a Summer Drink) awaits vou in the Summer. mm a ruousami aud one good wishes for all mv patron very cordially, JOHN . BXacRA Cor. aiarket, ?.Iartin ami Wilmington Sinots, RAEEIGIi, N. C. Furniture, Furniture, Furniture!! SEVENTEEN REASONS WJIY WE i0 SELL I I KM T II llll CHEAP : A. G. RHODES, S.1 Whitehall Si.. Atlanta, (in A G. RHODES & Co., Mobile, Ala. RHODES A- HEWIN. Knoxviiie. 'IV:, u. A. G. RHODES iV Co., Columbia, Tenn. A. G. RHODES .V- Co., Nashville, Teuu. A. G. RHODES CO., Terre Hauie, hid. A. G. RHODES i: CO., Cairo, HI. A.G. RHODES ii Co , Charleston. S. ('. A. (i. RHODES .V Wi liavo made larjjc contracts for all onr moits and pay cash ami jet bottom pric -s from Faclorics. That mcaiis, we can sell you cheaper than t lie cheapest inrnitiue store in the State of Xoi t's Carolina. Call ami net our prices ami you will be con im i 1 t hat vre have (lie !es I'urnit are for the Least 3Ioney. Don't Toi let s he plat t. A. G. IMIODlvS cv CO., ailllol-am !:l .Mailiii Stieet. 'i . -sc. . 5ft. - -J fe .'- V'H- - "v MS3S?'?5l tl 3!W fTJ:,vi'-"J 1 & 1 (Jroat Iiarp;iiis in Siiinnu'r Clothing, Hals, Shm-f , Siv... to Close out the Slock. whiting unos.. juyio-tf l.OTlHi P.s ALFRED WI1LL! A!! & GO'S NEW I'UiU.ICAIlONS: BUSBEE'S XOUT1I CAltOLIXA FOKM IiOOK, New Kdition, containing Laws of 1W. price reduced to J.(K1 by .Mail post paid. WALL MA 1 OF .NORTH CAROLINA. By Professor Cob'. Fourth Edition, revised and re rni p.ved. Size 4. I "rice 4."U. Send to us for Everything y.ai Want in onr Line. ALFRKD WILLIAMS .V CO., Bwkscllers and Publishers, Kaleigh, N. C. GUJLFOIH) COLLEGE, "cv i;ii l"ii, (iiiilt'oni (.'0 , N. C. X EY I W : i I.I ) ! X ( i S A X I ) E ) L" 1 1 ' M EN rI'S. Three Courses ' St udy Classsical. Scientitle and Latin Scii-n' itie. Superior a-1 ges in fiemi3.il, Il:st..rv and lli-r.-.t are. Va 1 ua I ('.".biii.-t and I .ibra ri. - a.- -students. !-'i.. ld Work h. surveyiag. Kxci'llcnl adval.iai.es in Bool: -kerpdi!' dtid llistructioa Location I ,000 t'.i-t abovi- It '.d and initcd for ii '-a : ! i. ! a 1 . i . and Heliiriotis indiiences good. St mlt-nt.-. ':.. .-: M ar I'n.m l.U ;. u St.-'.tes ,u,d i ' lriMs Modern ( o. !";ill TtTio I i iis A u. 1 .", ISSS. For (.'atalogne ami other information, addiess. L. I.VMX)N ilOIHiS, I'nsil iil. Or JOHN . OOOV, Treasurer. . invJi lin THE UALTIMOUE MEDICAL COELECIA On Howard Sired, North ot Muili-im Mini, ISa It i moi e, .'Id., Begins its eighth annua' course ot lectures, O. t b.-ri, l-s. This lh-titniion oiler- to those desiring a Mulieal Kd neat ion, superior advantages, tlioroicdi lust ruction, and ,-i clinic i n is 11 rpa.-s.-d. and deli ed from t In- dispell - a ry a ad 1 ii" 1 1, n e lio-pit a!- it on1, us and controls, a' reasonable terms. Worthy young nu n ol limited means admitted on i he payment of a spe bil ,r - tn. .sii lei . h'ov particulars, send fir Catalogue and address jiiv'V-:imo I X 1 1 STREET. M. l., Iloin, loll LxelerSI., Ita II i moi e, .i. Wkslkyax Female Ixstiti te, STAUNTOX, VIRGINIA, Opens Septenib.-r 'iuth, ls-s. One ol the mo-t attractire Schools (or Oiiiiu l-ailie-i ii l lie I it ion . All Department-. Thomusli, im biding all K nun ine l ; races and 'n ris tian Culture: Buildings Klegatit ; Steam Heat; iasl,idit; Situation Beautiful: Climate Splendid: Conservatory advantages in Music. I'upils faun Nineteen States; reier- to over one thousand pupils and patrons. Terms anions the Lowe-tin the Inion. I'or the Liberal Terms mid Eeoiioiiiical Advantages ot tliis bin .. led Old School, write lor a Catalegne to juyi8-tf WM. A. HARRIS. Pie-idciH , Ma u n ton , i i i n im . BINGHAM SCHOOL, Shelby Military Institute. the best PHYSICAL and the best MEN-; Nil I: I. II V . -N . C. TAL culture, a compulsorv l iirriciiliiiii i . with Eiilorretl Rtn.lv, a r. asonable t-it ' ,'-Term begins epteinK.er KM h, strict Discipline, and a local ion entirely I l?0 '-irgest .d 1 1 n ai v Boarding ScIum.1 in freedom MALARIA. No time or money I " cstern N oi-tt. Carolina I borough Biwi spent attending Asriculliiral I'nir-. ' ness ollege attached. Kates reasoiiablc. For catalogue address, i Send for ( atalogne. Maj. It. IUNCII I, j W. T. R. ItRLL, i ,, . , Bingham School, Orantre Co., X. C. S. E. ;ilN E Y, , ou'ial. juyt) tf ' auglT-lm ?Tl.Kf..VTS. f;iiidv i A. ti. RlloHES, 11 Decatur ft.. Atlanta, RH'dtES l-'URNiT-E Co, Columbus. Ca. A. ti. RlPii;st CO. , Montgomery. AU. A (i. Rilo!i;s,v CO., Cl atanooca Temi RHODES FURNIT'E CO., M. ;nphis, Tcun A. O. RHODP.s A Co., Evausvilie, lnd. A. (i. RH(DKH co., ieksimr. Mi-.. .. w. Klli - I M,s ,v ( ( (.',, !,m,, , s. C. CO., Rah ih, N. C. IO Kcli(iUe lM.icc. V!i! T K Campaign Beavers ALWAYS IX S TOCK. 'ii tail I io i-, 5 -n,l (.tilde. 1 I .-". I .!.". Spcr-hil K;i((s to CInDs. Orders bv .Hail or Tclegi ipti I ill. .1 I' rom U I y . I 'tsj.i lli.li hCr Si!i.- 'd. ,m HATTKHS, U I,M; , N. . 1 1 . c ' inmi 1 Moral ..aada. box. For eale by Lee, Johnson & Co.