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U.F.IGH, N. V.. . .OCT. 13. 1S89 index to New Advertisements. T.i : h m Fair. A U s:v Chance for Investrnent. .:, ;n A Williams - Panacea Water, .i.ihn . Mairli ie Druggist aud. Seeds- i 4:1. - '. Ai.KKili .M WAKE IV KWS. . ,m -Tones has protnL-ed to come toKal- u;'i I' r .several days iu October of next .ir. so Mr. N. H Broughton says. ,1 atnes H. Harris, one of the lea'ing , 'loifil Kipat u-aiis, is reported as saying in.i he ihiiught the negro exodus move in. -nt would soon die out. O - i'lu'h' r"s il-at in the parade Tuesday .vi'.. i:' ! k i-iitira vniys nf the lale Col. T- I . . I W I T" . . I ...1 a l' iiu mt Hii.i ''".I i,. lui'ht'i, who urn- t le- founder s of :ii.'i,f . the establish - Mr. K t". Ho'ileman, who fur several - , ..s j.ast has ha I ehanre of the cloak ,: .,r;iin't.t or V. li. - K S. Tucker it . . !ias a.ssiJiued o-nir.d r' the same de i'.ti ; :ui.t ar McKimmoii vc Mostles's He h p. s to .-e-. his t'fii-nds in h:s new place. Frankliitton is a live bnsiuess town and i'i a tine fanning country. There will be s M i n the li:h of November valuable ; : oj.-rty, only two miles south of the i-:..cj. There is sutlicicut water power t.i. re fop putting up a cotton factory. The (. iiia'MCLK is tobl that a real bargain (.an be secured iu the purchase of this property. Se ad. iu another column. F.leven of the twelve men on the lovle ia:y. belong to the Farmers' Alliance; five of ihein are members of the Methodic eiiurch; lour of the Baptist church and t no of the Christian eleven of them be ii :z church members. Ntarly all of them are farmers, and men of intelligence. Tii- unanimous verdict of such a jury will Laru y ever te over-ruled or set aside. .-,!!! it of the Age. Oi.e of Raleigh's most popular young bu-uu-ss men is the druggist, Jnn Y. Si .cllae. He has one of the most couve and accessible stores in Raleigh; keep- a large and fresh stock of drugs aud ever. t hit. g in his line; has clever, compe-t-nt and experienced druggists in his em p.". aud de.-etvts even a larger trade san he now enjoys. He makes an iuter . -rn.g announcement in to-day's CllRoM- At a special meeting of the Board of A"d'-Tnu-n last Thursday night the right ..r , ay was grant id to the railroad and tne nevv depot is said to be settled. There was .-Oiue opposition cu the parr of some : tuose who own property in the neigh i . . a .. . i of the new depot. They were ; ;;. seiitea by Mr. E. G. Harrcil, who -a. i he was heartily in favor of a new depot, but he didn't tu.uk it was right to :n are the property of those who had mint hones in tnat neighborho xi He v. as c.-rta u ih.re would be at least three law suits for dauiages if the depot was lo cated at the proposed place. J. li. Batch-v.-.r. wiio lives near the proposed .-ite, aiv ictt.-d granting the right c-f way. S. i r vvnit-tker, Esq , representing prop .! r. owneis, spoke against; granting the : :'i,t of way. W. H. Pace, Emj. closed .".i-e ission. He said that it was cer ; that the railroad would build on the p;..p'i.-ed site, but it was not certain they would bulla anywhere else. The Board utianim'-u -iy voted to grant the right of way .Now let us have tne n w depot riiu away! Mr. E. S. Simmons, the North Carolina blind onto--, a inemb r of the Washing ton N. C ) bar will lecture at the Y. M. C A Hall on Friday night. Admission fre'. His subject will b-j "The Existence or a Per sonal He lectured in tiolds- b--.ro a few days ago, aud the Argus says: 'For an iiour he held the attention of the auaienee, as he discussed the subj-ct in a 1 .deal and masterly manner. His argu ni -nts were strong, his style clear and terse and his delivery pleasant and at tractive. There was an earnestness of nui pose in th.i lecturer which at the out set impressed itself upou its hearers and gave a z-j.-t to the performance which is so fr. ipuently wanting on occasions of this character. His illustrations were numerous and appropriate, and some of them exceedingly striking. The darken ing of his physical vision he is blind has. it seems, rendered his intellectual an i spiritual vision clearer and stronger than before his great misfortune fell upon him, and there is about his speech a strength and pathos which is never at tained except as the result of great suffer ing." LATE NEWS NOTES. f;nv Fnn-lp has reprieved Matthew Hanks, colored, sentenced to be hanged at Elizabeth City, October 2oth, for rape. The reprieve extends till Nov. 29th. . . . Pauly Pankey, a young npgro man, has been convicted at Albemarle ot the murder of Cadmus Leak, and seutenced to be handed November 22d. He has ap pealed to the Supreme Conrt. . . . .The Governor has increaied the re ward for Steve Jacobs, the Robeson-coun-ty outlaw, from $200 to $400. It is be In? ved that he is iu hiding in the swamps along the South Carolina border. Ex Sheriff Giimer has developed th; canning industry in such a way as to attract general attention. This year be h is put. up three times as many cans as as- j ear. The prod:- t of his factory this year is 15,000 cans tomatoes, pcache.-, apples, corn and snap beans. His orders ;.r coining in fiom all quarters. Greens boro Patriot. The very valnable farm belonging to Ir. W. Billiard, lying about four miles south of this city, was yesterday pur chased by Charles McNamee, of New York for account of George H. Vander b;lt, the millionaire. The sale was a cash o'ii; and twenty-one thousand dollars was Hi.; price paid by Mr. McNamee for his purchase. AsheVille Citizen. Death, the Reader, Still is Heaping. In this city, on Sept. 28th, Miss Hat tie C. Wheeler, youngest daughter of the K..v. Jos. H Wheeler, of North Carolina, aued :!") years, l months. Charleston (S. C ; News and Courier. Ir. Lorenzo Frink, a prominent and highly b'-loved citizen of Southport, de t.trted this life Monday morning at that place, and his remains were brought up to Wilmington last night on the steamer l'a-sport for interment. Wilmington Mes senger. lire ad! II read! The Cry lor Bread! A million loaves, not enough for one itvl Five millions, not enough for one State! Fifty millions, not enough for tins country a single day, yet otten wnai s ur, soggy stuff it is, nevertheless it is ea'en, and" the result is dyspepsia, bilious ness, sick headache, lmpoveristiea blooa, pimples, blotches, and scrofula. For the correction of all this, and as a general tonic for the system, take Golden Medical i-'i.sc very prepared by Lr. fierce, ot JJut- falo. Its action is like a charm, a "ben ediction that follows after prayer." A reined y for stomachi : and liver troubles, as well as a specific for throat and lung disorders. It is (iUAHANTEED to beenetit or cure, or money refunded. The Marriage Hells A-Ringing. In the Methodist church at Gastonia, N. C, Oct 1st, Rev. J. W. Puett, of the N. C. Conference, to Miss Minerva Gaston, Rev. J. B. IUiley officiating. In the Episcopal church in Monroe Oct Jtfi. Mr. Thos. P Dillon to Miss Cornelia Wolfe, Rev. E A. Osborne offi ciating. After the marriage they went to Charlotte where they will make their home. Prof. J. A. Anthony, a young attor ney and Superintendaut of Public In struction for Cleveland county, was mar ried Oct. 15th at the Methodist church to Miss olhe Gardner, daughter of Dr. I. P. Gaidner, Rev. H. T. Hudson, D. D , offi ciating A reception was given at the Central Hotel. In Rutherfordton, Oct. 15th. Mr Jos. C. Erwin, editor of the Rutherford Ban ner, to Miss Ernestine Hicks, daughter of Mr. Volney Hicks, a prominent merchant, Rev. C. B. Justice officiating. After the ceremony they took the train for Raleigh and are now seeing the sights at the State Fair. The Cuuonicle congratulates its editorial friend. Wednesday morning, Oct. 9th, Mr. E L. Middleton, Professor of Mathemat ics in the Wilson Collegiate Institute, led to the hy menial altar Miss Mary Riggsbee, daughter of Mr. A. M. Riggsbee, a promi nent merchant. Rev. J. L. White per formed the ceremony and only the family of the bride and a few friends were pres ent. Miss Zoa Riggsbee, sister of the bride, and Mr. C. C. Daniels, of WilsoL, were the attendants. Durham Sun. In the First Baptist church in Ral eigh, Wednesday night, Oct, 17th, Mr. Joseph I). Boushel to Miss Mattie Heck, daughter of Col. J. M. Heck. Rev. Dr. Skinner, assisted by Rev. Dr. Carter, per formed the ceremony. The attendants were as follows: Dr. E. B. Ferebee, Bel cros, with Miss Susie Heck, Raleigh; Geo. C. Heck, Raleigh, with Miss Bessie Tucker; A. McDowell, Scotland Neck, with Miss Liua Battle; Herbert Jackson with Miss Minnie Ferebee, Belcross; Sam Telfair, Raleigh, with Miss Pasco, Monticello, Fla. ; Win B. Grimes, Raleigh, with Miss Helen Fowle; Jimmie Busbee, Raleigh, with Miss Annie Burwell. Ushers H. M. Cowan, W. P. Batchelor, Alfred Williams, Jr.. H. W. Ayer, Wm. J. Andrews and W. S. Stallings. The church was beautifully decorated with tropical plants. The audi ence was the largest we have ever seen at a marriage in Raleigh. It was impossible for the church to hold them. The groom is from Camdeu county and has been Chief Clerk in the Auditor's office several years. He is a true and noble man and is worthy of the loving and charming wife he has wou. They are happily and auspiciously mated, and the Chronicle joins a host of friends in expressions of good wishes. After the ceremony at the church a truly royal reception was ten dered at the elegant residence of Col. Heck. The large number of callers at tested the popularity of the young couple. They left on the one o'clock train for a Northern bridal tour. A Correction. We stated incorrectly some days since that the Bingham cadets were to go to the the Fayetteville Centennial. Maj. Bing ham has been invited to act on Mr. Carr's staff, but the cadets will make no public appearance this fall. . - FAIRS THIS V EAR. Goldsboro, Oct. 22nd to 24th. Weidou, Oct. 30th to Nov. 1st. Rocky Mount, Nov. 13th to 15th. Fayetteville, Nov 20th to 22nd. Tar oro, Nov. oth to 8th. Sampson County. Dec. 4th to 6th. Siler City, Oct. 2:Jrd to 25th. "lhat Miss Jones is a nice-looking girl, isn't she?'' 'Yes. and she'd le the belle of the town if it wasn't for one thing." 'What's that?" "She has catarrh so bad it is unpleas ant to be near her. She has tried a dozen things and nothing helps her. I am sor ry, for I like her, but that doesn't make it any less disagreeable for oue to be around her." Now if she had used Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, there would have been nothing of the kind said, for it will cure catarrh every time. - . . Buchlen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sttisf action, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per Sox. For sale bv Ie. Johnson & Co. COMMERCIAL NEWS. Latest Advices from the Cotton, Tobac co and Provision Markets. New York .Market. Cotton steady; sale3 312 bales. Uplands 10 ."' Orleans Ki Net receipts, 37.252 bales Gross receipts 2, HIT " Futures steady sales 13;,100 " Exports Great Britain 1,54'J " France, " " Continent " February 10 10 August V)A4 March 10.10 September April 10 23 October 10 43 yiixy w.v. .ovemuer i".u ,june m. .-s.j necemoer iu.ua jujy 10.40 January 10.03 Raleigh Cotton Market. Good middling O10K Strict middling (O0 Middling iJ Strict low middling iii Low middling Raleigh Tobacco Market. It ives us pleasure to report better feel in" in our market for the past week espec ially in the better grades, prices ranging f r. .1.1 ;M to ). Ttiei-f is u strontr. active demand for all grades of good tobacco. No change in (juo tations. Scraps. Common Dark Bright Smokers. Common Medium to good... Good to fine Fillers. Common $1.00 to 2.00 ?2.50 to 3.C0 4.00 to $ 8.00 . .. K.OO to 10.1X1 . . . 10.00 to -J0.0O . 4.00 to 8.00 . .. 7.00 to 10.00 . . . 10.00 to 15.00 ...15.0) to 1S.00 . .. 18.00 to 25.00 . . . 25.00 to 40.00 Medium to good Good to line Cutters. Common to medium Medium to good Good to tine Wrappers. Mahogany Common " Medium " Good " Fine to fancy. .15.00 to $20.00 . 2o.oo to ;.oo . 30.00 to 40.00 . 40.00 to 75.00 Wrappers. Bright Common... " Medium " Good " Fancy . .$20.00 to 30 00 . 30.00 to 40 00 . 40.00 to 75.00 . 75.00 to 90 00 Raleigh Provision Market. Hulk C. It. Sides fiMX Meal V a. Bolted MKW$i Corn 0(65 Cuba Molasses (per barrel) 5SS(j33 O " (common) 25((t27 """ " (good) 35(40 Salt (per sack) $1.45(1.70 Sugars Granulated Standard, Off 8M8 Vellows 7M8 Lard Tubs and buckets 89 Refined tierce 8,(? Hay PrimeTimothy (per ton). . $21.0023-O0 Kio Coffee Ordinary ltkulti4 Fair lSuilSX Prime to fancy Icp21 Dupont's Powder (per keg) $5.00?e Shot (per sack) 1.5.xS Kerosene Oil (per gallon) Il(il2 Safety " (150 test) 1518 Cut Herrings f?5-75 Roe Herrings bbls.) $4.00(4 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A It HE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT. We oiler for sale our Smoking Tobacco Plant, consisting of Engine, Cutter, Press and other machinery, ut-c-ssary lor manu facturing Smoking Tobacco. Also the cele brated C. I. C. (Carolina Indian Chief) aud Prince brands, well and favorably known to the Tobacco trade. CARSTARPilEN, MOORE Ar CO., octlS-lin Hickory, X. C. PANACEA WATER. The demand for Panacea Water in this and other States is becoming so great that those iu want of the Water are requested to send their orders a little ahead ot absolute nted As the wnter keps indefinitely con sumers who order direct from me to be shipped rom the Springs can order two ca ses at a time For Stomach, Bowel, Liver and Kidney Troubles, As an Appetizer and Blood Pu rifier it is unprecedented. St F'or particulars addre?s JOHM A. WILLIAMS, TT , . Oxford, X. C. Head Agency for U. S. A. octls-2t Patent ISTo Hay! E. 11. BATES, - - Attt.ri.ey, WASHINGTON, I. C 53?" Book on Patents Free. octll-3m "THE BINGHAM SCHOOL Stands pre-eminent among Southern schools lor boys and ranks with the best in the Union." U. S. UUREAU OF EDUCATION. "KINtill AM SCHOOL combines more desirable qualities than any other with which I am acquainted." -Lieut J. II. RATCIIELOR, U.S. Vimy, Instructor in Tactics. There exists not the equal of this School in my opinion. "--Cwpt. II. W V fi ANT, U. S. Army, Instructor in Tac tics. MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED Pupils from Outside of North Carolina. Address, MAJ. R. IIINtJIIAM, oct4-tf Bingham School, X. C. The Tarboro Fair. DATES : Nov. 5tli, th, 7thanl 8th. S3Iore Kaces than at any other Fair in the State. 27 horses already entered. :-irTiiere will he the Larg est Agricultural Exhibit. Ladies Tournament on Friday SlOO as a Prize to the Winner. Cheap Rates! Big Pair! Let Everybody Come! FRANK POWELL. Set 'y. R. II. SPEIGHT, President. octlS-tf FREMONT MILITARY INSTITUTE Has a Full Corps of Teachers AND A Tnor.oi(.n co it.sk of stidy. Tts location is fine; patninape lan.'.-: jrr't!i h.-aithrnl ami steady. EXPENSES MODERATE Write for Cataloirue. CAPT..W. H. HAND, Principal, FREMONT, N. C. PANACEA WATER. The celebrated Panacea 'Waters, of rare and extraordinary efficacy, keeps for years, and cures people at home as well as at the Springs. For sale by King & McGhee, Raleigh, X. C, J. McKimmox & Co., Raleigh, N. C J. H. Hahdis & Co., Wilmington, X. C, C. K Hoi.ton 6c Co . Greensboro, N. C, P. W. Vatohas, Durham, X. C , W. W. Reavis, Henderson, X. C, Also by Geo. Schoer, 1100 Vain st., Rica- mond, Va., and P. lr hekeu & Co., 11 Bar clay St., Xew York. octi---st Pulmonic Kifty years of success Is sufficient evidence of the value of Schencks Pulmonic Syrup as a cure for Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Hoarse ness Sore-Throat &c. It contains no opium; is pleasant to the taste. Kor Sale by all Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. Dr. Schenck'a Book on Consumption and its Cure, mailed free. Address Or. J. H. Schenck A Sou, Philadelphia, marl-tf LAND SALE. By virtue of a mortgage deed executed to me by Cornelius Urley, Liter L'tley Monroe Womack, Sylvia Womack, Ned. Utley and Violet Utley and registered in the Regis ter's Office of Wake county, in Book No. 5f, Page 644, I shall sell at my oflice in Holly Springs, Wake county, on the 12th day f November, 18-9. at 12 o'clock M., to the highest bidder the tract of land described in said mortgage. The tract lies about one mile south of Holly Springs and contains about acres. Terms made known on day of sale. October 7th, li!fr. CI. B. ALFORD, octll-4t Mortgagee. 1 i smii NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ' C ROYAL pSJS'mr J 4 rap Isll PSTRTBIER Absolutely Pure. This Powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strentrth aud wholeHomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and can not be sold in competition with the multi tude of low test, short weight alum or phos phate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Ilakii! Pou-Uer Co., IOG W all St.,N. VALUABLE Mill Property for Sale. On Saturday, Nov. 1 0, '89, I will sell to the highest bidder in the TOWN OF FRANKLIN, Franklin county, X. C, at Public Auction, that Valuable Mill Property, situated on the Raleigh Road, 2 miles South of Frank linton. The water covers 40 acres of land and has sufficient power to run a Cotton Factory. There is a 5 acre lot attached to the mill property with a six-room dwelling. Cotton Gin aud Saw Mill at tached. Terms: One-third cash; balance in one and two years, with interest For further particulars apply by letter or in' person to M KS. M. A. WILLI A.MS, Executrix, octll-lm Franklinton, X. C. Moseley's Attractions. Fresh Oysters Every Day at 3IoseIey's Dining Rooms Flilt LADIKS AM (IKSfI.EMKN. AND THEN 1. Von have the rotating ily. fans to kenp you cool while enjoying a good meal at ttie .loseley House. 2 You have all the lux uries of the reason furnished to order, a. You are in the centre of the city where you can see all the elite ot the city pass by. -t. You are near the Capitol. Supreme Court Room, Library, Agricultural Building, K.m igrction P.ureau ad Alliance Headquar ters. 5. Within two squares of my church you w'sh to attend. Street car:; pass the door fcvt ry 20 tidm-tes. o. You will have a comfortable room, polite attendance, some thing good to ear. and teel as if at home, at the -oeley Hoiim". Kates, ."( cents a meal; !."( to 2.00 a dav. Special rates by the week or month. octll-tf Sale cf Valuable Land liv virtue of a decrfeof the Superior Court of Franklin county. I shall sell at the Court I louse door in Louisbnrg. V. r . on Mon ti -ty. the 4th dav ot N'ovem er. lssit. at pub lie auction t : he hiuliest bidder, the valua ble land on whic-i the late W. i . Collins re sided ami belonging to his estate, situated in Franklin county, X. C . containing about six huniire I and eighty acres. There are on these lands a splendid residence containing eitiht rooms and uece-sary - ut houses and live tenant houses. Some of the land is in a hirh state of cultivation The land is in thebtdt for growing britrht. tooacco. The location is healthv and the neighborhoo I tirst rate. It is a rare opportunity for se curing a vo id home. It desired the laud will be sold in several tracts. Terms: 1-4 cash, balance on a credit of 12 months with s, per cent interest from day of sale. September 2-iih, !;. li. V. YAKHOKO, Adm'r of W. T. Collins, dee'd. C. M. Cookk, Att'y. oct4-Jt ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, It A LEIGH, N. C. TLE ADVENT TERM, THE 95TH SEMI-ANNFAL SESSION, BEGINS THURSDAY, SEPTEM BER 12TII. 188D. For Catalogue, address the Rector, REV. MNEiT SMEDES, A. M. jan12-tf 500 Families Wanted ! HO! FOR THE COTTOV FIELDS OF THE SOUTH AND W KST ! GOOD HOMES AND GOOD WAGES GUARANTEED. We are daily in receipt of orders from the planters of Arkansas, Mississippi and Tex as for hands to work on the farm, and can place FIVE IIUtDRKD 'amilief in good and comforta'ble homes, at wages from I2 to )IH per month and boartl per head. Sin gle men and women need not aDply unless they can go with the family of some relative who will he responsible for their compliance with then contract. 23No contracted labor need apply until the contract is amicably settled betwen em ployer and employee. Correspondence solicited II. II. CHEEK Ar CO., Lithor Agents. Ollices at Henderson and Kaleigh, X. C. oct4 1 m jOTICE. Sale of Valuable Lands AND - PERSONAL, PROPERTY In H laden County by Public Auction. On Wednesday, the 1st day of Jannary, 1890, I will expose for sale by auction, for Cash, 5,000 acres of valuable farm lands situated on the Cape Kear river, near Eliza bethtown, iu Bladen county, N. C , together with personal property, consisting of horses, mules, cows, hoes, wagous, carts, farming utensils, household ad kitchen furniture. &c. Above lands will be sold in tracts of from 50 to 5GO acr s, on several tracts of which are good farms. The sale will be made by the undersigned as Assignee of John A. McDowell for the benefit of creditors. C. M. McLKAN, jun21-7mo Assignee. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. COAL. Cayton Red Ash (Semi-A nthracite) COAL, Is free burning, easily ignited, does not crumble to dust, does nor. smoke or till up tines with soot, requires but little draught will make small or large tire, h Ids li-e all night when cot red no. Suitable ior stoves or Crates. The Cheapest Domestic Coal oflertd. Shipped to any Depot n Ors di rect tiom the .Mines by JONES & POWELL, ."liner's Agents, KALK1GI1, X. . Any size II AMD or SOFT COAL for Domestic use or for Steam direct from the Mines, soon after being ordered, as cars can be had, bj JOXES fc POWELL, Commission Merchants and Dealers in GRAIN", HAY, BRAN. SHIP STI FF. MEAL, FLOUR, SHINGLES, LATHS, &c. RALEIGH, N. C. oct4-tf SALE OF Valuable Real Estate, AT Durham, N C., Oct. Si). On Tut'JMlay, Oct. 2V!nil, I MHO, we will sell at public sale the following valuable Real Estate, all situated in the town of Durham: One two-story Brick Building on lot on Main street, 27 feet front, s? feet deep, con venient i o court house, now occupied : s a drugstore aud supplied with city water. Good sleeping rooms on second lloor, or can be used as ollices. Building now rented for 500 per year. One five-room Dwelling and Kitchen on lot on Chapel Hill street, ys feet front, 201 feet deep. Good well of water. Rents for 150 per year. One four-room Dwelling and Kitchen on lot on Chapel Hill street, S!i feet front. !it feet deep and supplied with city water. Now rents for sltis per year. One six room Dwelling and Kitchen on lot on t'har el Hill street, lort feet front Tltti teet deep and supplied with city water. Now rented for $.so per year. One four-room Dwelling ami Kitchen on lot on Willard :-treet, TT lett Iront, 153 feet deep, and supplied with city water. Now rented for -150 per year. One four-room Dwelling and Kitchen on lot on Willard street, 77 ieet front, :5a feet deep ami suppl ed with city water. Now rented lor $150 per year One live-room .Dwelling and Kitchen on lot on Willard street, 77 feet front, 15,1 feei deep, and supplied with city water. Now rented for sit s per year. The alajve property is very desirable and located in the best part of the city. Terms of sale: One-third cash; balance in six and twele months, with S per cent in terest on deferred payments. V. IIALLARD, W. N. II LI.IHCIITO V, Trustees of W. T. Blackwell. OCt4-4t Ciias McKimmox, J AS. A. MoSKLKY. McKimmon & Moseley, i:U Fayetteville St., RALEIGH, N. C. A Strictly One Price House. Both members of this tirm spent several weeks in the Northern Markets where thev purchased an ENTIRELY NEW STOCK for their store, which they opened on Tues day , Sept. 'Z Ith. It embraces the follow ing departments: Ulack Goods and Silks. In this department are exhibited all the standards and new weaves BLACK GOODS, A SPECIALTY. Colored Silks and Dress Goods. The novelties in Wool Dress Goods are innumerable. In Silks the effects are richer than ever before. 1 lushes and Velvets are extensively used, and thev show them in every color and quality Trimmings in black and colors suitable for all costumes. Cloak Department. Such a handsome collection of Wraps has never been shown in this city. New Mar kets will be the leading wraps, but shorter Coats and Jackets are worn and will be shown iu all dtsirable shades and lengths. Their lines of WHITE GOODS, IK). SIKItV, NOTIONS, Handkerchiefs, .Vc, are varied and complete. Indeed iu this NEW STOKE is displayed ever thing to be found in any lirst-class Dry Goods House. Their ORDER DEI A KTMEXT re ceives especial attention, and they assure to purchasers out of the city the same prices and care in the tilling of orders us could oe obtained in rerson. Requests lor samples promptly complied with sep2T- if 18 Fail and Winter. 89 Stylish Clothing. Mens, Boys and Childrens, AT D. S. WAITT'S, Handkerchiefs. Hosiery, Gloves, an Suspenders. GENT'S UXDEROAll HATS, SHOES, ( OLLAKS, CUFFS, HATS, SHOES, COLLARS, CUFFS, HATS, SHOES, COLLARS, CUFFS, HATS, SHOES, COLLARS, CUFFS. Fine Neckwear, Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises, &c, &' . 1. S. W A ITT, 213 Fayetteville St.. Raleigh, N. C. sep27-tf WANTED ! 11 ,000 can be made in six months selling TlfNISON'S new aud superior ATLAS, MAPS and CHARTS. Salesmen wanted. For particulars address H. C. TUNISON, aug9-3m Atlanta, Ga. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Wood and Goal! Pi:il. II. Axpr.Ews, Wm. u. guimes. Andrews & Grimes, WOOD AND COAL YARD, O lict: iu; Favetteville St , Telephone 7! Yard: West Hsrgett St : Tele phone No. 10 i. COAL, A NT II RACITE, for Furnace , Grates and Stoves HIiJI E AND RED ASHE COAL, It i ii in i ions, Kanawha, W est 1 iruinia Npln.t, East Tennessee Splint, New River Solt, I'oeahontas Solt, Guytoii Soft, Direct from the Mines. Co-d delivered on line of Kaleigh & Gas ton. Krankliiiton ci: Louisbnrg, Ox'ord & Headers. in, and Warrenton and Pittsboro Kulroads by, CAK LOAD, at tidewater prices, with freight added. WOOD, Hickory, Oak, and Fine; long or cut; Car Load or Less. JSfrfave money aud buy now. Andrews & Grimes. sp2T-3mo C A M P A I G N. FALL 188!. Low Tariff the Keynote. BOUXIi TO WIN ! The Experience of the Past and the Present Proves It. Clearance Sales Unprecedented. Never Before in our Business Career of Fif teeu Years has our Summer Stock been Sold out so Close. LOW TARIFF Did the work for us, and now we begin the Fall Season wit h a Clean and Spank New Stock. New Coorls arriving daily Just opened to-day IOc Flannel Shirts for Men aud Hoys. Our lneti si !! Shoe is the best in the aiarket. We put prices do.v.i when the P"opl want the tro f's and not wait till the goods are out of season. CLOTHIERS & MATTERS sepKi-Hm New and Attractive MILLINERY. Our Fall and Winter Stock of STYLISH MILLINERY FOR Ladies, Misses and Children Is Now Heady for the Trade. Our Customers will find everything desira ble iu lirst-class Millinery at Reasonable Prices, ZEPHYRS, WOOLS, FANCY GOODS, AND NOTIONS. Stamping and Pinking Done at Short Notice. Miss Maggie Reese, 209 I'AVMTTKVILLK STREET. sep-T-3m JONES (iKOVE TRACT OF Acres for Sale. Filteen Tracts ol Fine Tobacco, Cotton, ;i.in and Timber Lauds on Easy Terms. The undersigned, committee of the Trus tees of the University of North Carolina, on Wednesday, the i:ith day of November next, at 12 o'clock, on the premises, will oiler for sale at auction the Jones Grove of 1,430 acres, situated on the Chapel Hill and Pitts boro road. It will be divided into tracts of about loo acres each. It is noted as one of the finest farms iu the State, being well adapted to Bright Tobacco, Cotton and Oiraiii. The sale will be by the acre at a moderate unset price, with no by-bidder over that. The terms are one-third cash, the remainder in two aud three years with S per cent interest from date. Mr. W. C. Cole, agent, whose post-office is Chapel Hill, N. C, will answer all questions and will be on the land every Wednesday, until sale for t he purpose of sbowin it. KE.MI I. 1$ TTLE, JOHN !IAINI;, A. II. 31 ERR1TT. Chapel Hill, N. C, Sept. loth, 13S9. BSfThe following papers copy one a week until day of sale: Durham Recorder, Chat ham Record, Orange Observer, Person Co. Courier, Milton Chronicle, Oxforo Torch light, Henderson Gold Leaf, Alamance Gleaner. sepa0-2m J. L. PATTERSON, Attorney & Counselor at Law, WINSTON, N. C. Special attention given to the Collection of Claims. Practices in all the Courts. jun38-12m MP NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A Rare Chance AUCTION SALE OF Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machines, &c, During FAIR WEEK, beginning on Wednesday morning at !) o'clock and continuing Thursday and Friday, closing at 1 1 o'clock each diy. DON'T LOSE THIS CHANCE. as you may never have another such an one. I will sell at Auction, without RESERVE, if not disposed of before, the remainder of the stock belonging to the Estate of i,. STONE, and consisting of Pianos, Organs Kimball and New England; Sewing Machines New Home; V ;icc l'ir? Proof Safes Halls as good as new ; 1 Case of 3Iacliine Parts and Attachments; a lot of Organ Stools, Chande liers, Red Steads, &c; one Fine Iron Suva lid's Chair, it is n daisy; one good IIose, lO years oM; one Carriage; one Buggy; one Organ Wagon; 1 Draj; several Organ' Cotcrs and Straps. Persons wishing any of these goods will find it to their advantage to call and examine, or correspond with sep2d-lmo JOHN Y. HSacRAE, WHOLESALE AM RETAIL Druggist and Seedsman, Cor. Wilmington, Martin and Market Sts. SPECIALTIES : Soda and Mineral Water, Fine Cigars and Tobacco, RALEIGH, N. C. OCllS-1f DURHAM MARBLE WORKS, (ESTAIILISII LO IN ih'H.) WHITAKER & IIUL.IN, - Proprietors, (Successors to R. I. Hocehs .) JlASl'FACTI IintS or MONUMENTS, rOMBSTt )XES, TABLET, And All Kinds of M.umjle Work. SATISFACTION GUARANTEE 13 ON ALL WORK. Estimates and Design's Fi unished Frkk. -grVe are Practical Carvers and Sell Lower than any other housi MAIN STREET, STANDARD Music Company. wmmm PIANOS: OPERA, KIMBALL. FOR SALE ON Most Favorable Terms. W e are SOLE AGENTS for tlie above Instruments in the North-western part of North Carolina. We c:tiiuot be BEAT in Price or Quality of Instruments. Address jun!4-l y Woollcott St Son, 14 East Martin St. FOR EARLY F-ALL TRADK CANTON FLANNEL, 7a', 8K, 10 and 12yi cents per yard. NEW PRINTS, GINGHAMS, DRESS GOODS, SATLENS. j nrKtockof SHOES for CHI LOR EN V ' consists of all sizes and qualities, and jire cheap and good. RUBBER SHOES. We have an Immense Bargain in PANT CLOTH. XTew Styles in Ladies and Misses H ATS, 1 Ladies and Misses UNDERWEAR, 'Si and 50 cents a piece. All the New Shades in RIJ5BONS. G 1 HEAT HA RO A INS in Men and Boys Clothing. 500 Men and Boys Hats, 35 ii ml 50o. BOO Boys Caps, IOc Eacli. jan2-tf Peace Institute, Kaleigh, N. C. The Eall Term Commences on the First Wednesday (Ith Day) of Septem ber. 1889. Full English course with unsurpassed ad vantages for instructions in Music, Art and Modern Languages, Commercial course in cluding Typewriting, Book-keeping and Stenography. All departments o' instruction filled by accomplished and exper enced teacher. For Circular and Catxlogur containing full particulars as to course of instruction, terms, &c , address, Rev. R. BURWELL At SON, juylS-tf Raleish, N. C. ? I : AiVf:RTISE)IEXTS. for Bargains! M. P. STONE, Administrator. 2I FAYETTEVILLE ST., ItALIMOll, N. Il KM A ll, N. C. "M1 -"mo ORGANS: KIMI3A LL, flSUIDGErOK T STANDARD MUSIC CO., .Main Str--l, opposite Couil Mouse, i Isi o, . r FOR 30 DAYS. INVENTORY U051 1'I.liTH. For the past two weeks we have been measuring ;uid tagging all goods for our Semi-annual Inventory, The inventory is now complete and we will, TOR ;U) DAYS, oiler many broken lots of goods at less than the goods cost in N v York. Our Fail and Winter goods have al ready been purchased for several department and are arriving. Therefore we arc compelled to force a clean sweep to make room. Anv housekeeper can save money by attending this Special Sale as many seasonable goods will be sold at a great sacrifice. Twenty-six inch (jold and Silver Cap Umbrellas ;if only .)-c; 28 !fc:iO inch Oolil and Silver Cap at only Sl.OO. Towels, 12 inches long and 1 S inches wide, at only 1 - i cent s each. Many other lines of goods correspondingly low at NORRIS& CARTER S, 206 and 208 Fayetteville St., jan5-ly Knleigh. N r ROCKY RIVER SFKINCJS INSTITUTE. Male and Female. The Healthiest, Cheapest and Best. Third Term begins August aoth, IVs'-', and contin ues twenty weeks. Tuition from 91. OO to Z ." per monih. Languages Oc extra. Music :i.oo j,er month. Board can be had in hotel, inclmMrig cash ing and fuel, exclusive of lights, ir7..o per month; and in private families for 9C including wa.-hing, tnel and ligh's We prepare boys and gii ls for col'eg.v r boys for the business pursuits of IKe Any one desiryig to go or send to school wi,I do well to write for Circulars. Address, 11. S. I'ICKETT, A. IL, I'rim ipal, iuyl-am Silver. Sianlty Co., N. C, i