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STATE 'CHKOEICLE, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 18uu.
cCTIxvoniclc lr p .his -id commi-T- Every Mining Except Monday. rpilE CASH PIUCEOF CIIKONICLE X l per year; $3.00 for 6 months; ll.to ior 3 months. rniK HUSIN'BiS OFFICE and Editorial 1 Koomnof t .e Chronicle are on the econd Iloor of No. 21, Fayetteville at. ' 1 1 i c1 - ''I s: 1, i tti in of ii z ti elates at tbe tii: icy o: demagogue majority in an) Legislature. The court decided that such legisla tion was unconstitutional interferenco with interstate commerce. SILVER LEGISLATION. A"D THE t'ARM ERS. LATE NEWS NOTES. Declares that the Farmers Have; -t)p Convent iot of tv? E ji. eor-n ! buffered From ur Financial Policy, j ch.urc';i ja the E-i-sturu North tterohnu I Which is of Republican Creation. i l iocese will be held m 1891 at IN Atlanta Constitution. It is stated that more than a week ago NnfiiTVif'ATinN UKLAT1VE TO Urn Rpnnhlicans to J ujiiuui""; . tl,ia ,nnpr I LUC A icjiuiui ' 1 V J the liUHina Depurtmeni , oi ui , , CTT Tll XT TTotrt fl. ufiiirP4Kiui to D. 11. iSKowuwjf unaersianu iui yvui - free coinage bill. He.has since imposed another condition, which so confuses the whole situation that no one call tell what will come. This additional decla ration of the President is that ho will veto any silver bill which owes its pass age to more Democratic than Republican votes. In other words, the President insists that the silver legislation shall be , , i i . v Kill Fuual uud Eact Justice to all Meiu a party measure, ana tnat wiwuon um - m 1) No lTeih N. C and a Draf w, Checks and Postal Money Urders should be made payable to his order. JOSEl'IItS 1AN1ELS, - - Editor. I. II. ItltOWDEK, - Hum. Manager. HAL. W. AVEIl - Asso. Editor. Til I' USD AY, MAY 22, 1890. of Whatever State or Persuasion, lie- liciou or Political. Thomas Jcfler-iton. DEATH OF COL. ANDERSON. becomes law shall owe its enactment to the Republican party. This new condi tion which the President imposes is much harder to meet than bis first ulti- wfttnm atrainst free coinage. It enables certain Republican Senators like Ed mdnds and Sherman, who are against any radical silver legislation, to delay action. It is evident that, with the exception w Berne ou toe p-itnotu- 20th of May. nwi of the North Carolina Diocese at Ashe ville May 13th. John M. Hobbs, Son of Deputy Sheriff, M. V. Hobbs, fell from a sixteen foot trestle near Ramseur, on the Mill boro railroad, last Wednesday and sustained internal injuries whicb, it is fprpid will prove fatal. Greensboro Patriot. of the ,A. J. Rutjes, manager Havwood White Sulphur Springs hotel, Rakigh ifl deeply afflicted in the sud den death of Col. Wm. E. Anderson, President of the Citizens National Bank, ..nnnnnmiinl if which .'innnars elso- aU JUUUUUWmvu. . 1 n p whore. Few men have lived in this ot western uepuoucaua, dty who enjoyed wider popularity, or the Republican leaders are m contact Jo had large a circle of friends. with the agricultural population, the Col.Ani.fW urbanity and genial- Kepubliean party is unwilling to give Ity; his wisdom in financial matters; his any relief by giving the people more nt,rt.,hf lifn find Christian character; his money 1 "D " " ... . "And now, Senator, what do you think of the future of the Democratic party ?" "Well, I don't see but one little cloud on the horizon. I think it is by far the greatest party that has lever existed in American politics, and that it has more vitality and more power of endurance and persistence than any party that we have had, for the simple reason that it rrritps the Citizen to say that the state has stuck inside of the strict letter of ment that he is organist of the Catholic .Hfnfi.r, ln-i f ti... nhnrch at Waynesville is incorrect , , . "Tf" he adds, ''you will come ove as no religious sect ever uoaruneu at r will nlav a tane on vour di- ahy time in our country that was not f,estive organs that will make you wish - 0 . m ' i I ll. u founded on the strict letter of the Word your beautitui city was nearer uere mau of God, so no political party that is not it is." Ashville Citizen. founded strictly on the letter of the Sheriff J. B. Smith, of Cumber- constitution will stand successfully in land, telLstbe Chronicle tnat on tne ium -p. . , ..... of June, the people of Cumberland will our pontics. There is only one little ZtZZL thJ hatt.li of Bethel. Two cloud upon our horizon, and that is coiapaii33 from Fayetteville participated At - i ff '! - I - Ill . 1 rrr. 11 tne interierence wun our party or- m mat oatue anu iue ytjuuio win u.ic- that may be effected brate at McDougald's pond. Col. Taos. C. Fuller, Gen. W. li Lewis ana yoi. Thn. S fvnan are exnected to nartici- farmers have suffered from our financial pate brave men of Fayetteville policy so long and so greatly that, hav- iQ the celebration. EMBROIDERIES. HEMMMED AND LADDR3TITCII Embroidered F uuncin Tucked and Hemstitched Lawn-, Edgings and Insertions, All to match in all widths. Lovelv Hamburg Sets, Fine Nainsook Sets, Exquisite 3Iull bets. I IOEEE I For the City and Country. (:o:) UK ICE WAGONS WILL BE ready to start next Monday if the weather be warm. ganization that may by the farmers' movements. The ing turned now aud begun to struggle for their rights, the fear is that they will strike about them rather blindiy and hit the party that has been their friend all the time aa well as their ene- rr l r 1 . 1 ! jl 1-. mies. ine nnaociai poncy oe me uem honesty and his candor; his public spirit and fidelity to every trust all marked him ono of Raleigh's best aud most use ful citizens. President of the Citizen's National -Bank; Treasurer of the Grand Lodgo of Masons; Com missioner of the Sinking Fund That class who live on incomes do not want free coinage of silver. President Harrison, Mr. Sherman, and Mr. Edmudnds represent that class, and will do all they can to keep from giving the people the needed relief. Plutocracy and Republicanism are one and inseparable, as the attitude of the President and the majority of the of tho city: Senior Warden of Christ Church, to which he was devoted Republican Senators show. these, and other responsible positions to which h's merits and ability called him, attest tho estimate which his fel- . A gentleman v'ho has just been through Mississippi is quoted in an in terview in the Charlotte Chronicle as saving: "At Vicksburg I met a negro man from North Carolina who used to mH. i.flrtv hn all tho tiW hppn f- drive a stage from Louisburg to Frank vorable to the farmer. It is the God's baton, and whom I knew. lie told me ,.,-. ti.of uii ti.oao oviia nnr that one ot tue levees DreaKing kiuea hfnrniPi.Khavn snffprpd and rnanpd seventy negroes rrom JNortu uaronna have arisen from the policy of the Re- Those who were not drowned starved to publican party. It ha3 compelled them ueiu" in mo ire ueu 11Jl to gell their surplus products in tne leiuge. u. gwuuu uau uu iiuj fthpannsfc market in the world and to buv dry the night before when (hey retired r - . I t T 1: i i. t i 1J npppssar ps of life in the dearest maiket " a "vcu in mat couuiry, i suoaiu in the world. Thev have so hedged our never go to sleep wunout a Doat oamg country about with a protective tariff chained to my bed, tnat the farmer now cannot sell his WHITE GOODS-- Plain aud Fancy Muslins. Dotted Swiss Muslins. Plam aud Printed Indian Dimity. PRINTED FABRICS. These new and novel goods represent the taste and tone of tho most fashionable Printed Fabrics of the season. Printed Mulls, Challies, Lawns, Satteens, French Printed Lawns and India Pongees. Prices are 25 per cent, off usual marks. McKlMMON, MOfeELEY & McGEE, 129 and 131 Fayetteville Ht.; llaleigh, N. C. Persons who wish ice at their residences or places of business will please i.otify us and equip themselves with tickets, and we will be pleased to resume the business of serving them with ice of best quality. At present the following will be the Price of Tickets: NEW AHQ POPULAR MUSIC ! 20 5 lb tickets 100 lbs 95cts 50 10 " " f00 " $ 4 50 40 25 44 44 1000 4 8.00 40 50 44 44 2 0 0 0 44 1 5.00 Packed for shipping $1.00 per 100 pounds. Special rates on large lots. Not less than two tons can be shipped unpacked. TKllM'S C SH. JONES & POWELL Agents Raleigh Ic F dory. A MODEL SCHOOL. bacon, wheat or beef in Europe because Europe cannot sell us any thing in exchange for them, and there fore, he is burning his corn instead of feeding it to boss and sending his bacon aYYT-A Tia !)ivn fliinr Acnnlil liav'ii taken placu with our cotton but for the have 5a,00u only. The Boom Jumps. Greensboro Workman. Ten days ago the Central Land Com pany, ot ixreensboro, naa 5U,uuu wortn of stock to dispose of. To day they We publish elsewhere a communica- j fact that the God of nature has given us low citizens placed upon bim, and bis t:rt 0f K0n diarpd in rprmrd tn a sort of monopoly in the crop. So far I b 1U- , LU(hl tkj rvwu v.wirv, , li t t f . ..i . . I ' - . ac I rnoricinn nnnln aha naa tnt usoiuicess as a ciuzen. the annual competitive drill at Bingham In common with tho entire city gchool. 4 'Three generations look down the CimoNit'LE deplores his untimely upon" this model school which is an hon- death, aud sympathizes with his be- 0r to the State, and wbich grows in use- roivtd family. fulness as it grows in age. It is a model scbool, and gives thorough training. as England could, she has fostered the growtn or cotton eisewnere wun tne view to relieve herself of her dependence on the Southern cotton fields, and she is now getting tho bulk of her wheat mi i in & ::, "If yon Love me Darling, Tell me ivith your JSyes." Ily Hc;;c.vki Smith, '2.'5c. "The Song I Ml Xcver Forset." By Juliae Jokuax, COc. "That Melody Divii le." P-v Julia Joukax, GOc. "Light of 31 y Life." By tU'iuA .JiiuuAx, 0c. "Uj Joues McCiiiity." J3 V IIliNUY l-ALIX)r, iOf. Ac, Ac, c. PRE TY FUR; ITURE MAKES COSY HOMES ! COSY HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE I AM) A.G. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people La jpy every day by the. liberal teiius thev offer on aU kinds of FUlt&ITUKE! Lottebiks are doomed. The General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian Church and the General Conference of the Southern Methodist Church have legalized. THHEi: IMPOHTANT DECISIONS. The Supremo Court of the United States has tendered three decisions of great importance. Tho questions decid ed have besn much debated. Tho ilrst i3 that Cornell University I pronounced against them and declared canuot receive tho gift of more than a that lotteries contain all tho worst fea- railliou dollars devised to it by Mrs tures of gambling. The moral and re- Janie McGn.vw Fiske in 1883. The ligious sense of this whole country is charter of Cornell University limits the profouudly stirred and no institution amount, of property it may hold to that opposes this sense can long remain &J,000,000, and as Cornell already had that amount when Mas. Fiske died, it could not receive more. The money goes to the heirs. Tho second decision gives a death blow to Mormonism. Under tho Ed munds' Anti-Polygamy act all tho real ostato owned by the church escheated to tho United States in excess of $50,000, which was not on the date of tho pas sage of the act held for purposes of wor ship or burial. Under this act $750,000 was confiscated, and suit was entered to test tho coc-titutionality of the act. The court holds that the power of Congress over tho territories is absolute, and says: -IN- POLITICAL GOSSIP. The Lumberton Robeson ian says that Col. Rowland 44will be returned to Con gress from the Sixth district, and de servedly so." from India, Australia and New Zealand, OUR GREAT OFFERING and .she is getting all her wool from Australia; and whenever she can, uy building railroads and stimulating na tive production get her supplies of cot ton from India, there is no telling what on the face of the earth will become of the Southern people. The policy of the Republican party has been to destroy, so far as it could", the profits of cotton growing in the south, just as it has destroyed the profits on corn and wheat in the west. Now when a man has been driven to desperation as bas tne iarraer, and gets a chance to re dress his wrongs he don't look at things as nicely as the .Lord Chancellor or lay down his rules aud regulations accord ing to (he strict square. He hits back aud retaliates on thosa who have op pressed him. He strikes blindly at everybody that comes in his way and lack Silk Grenadines. Go through the whole range of drssa mate rials, and a silk tevturo tor dressy summer wear that excels the new improved urena- dines cannot be found, either in substantial wearing qualities or in exceeding beauty. Black Silk Grenadines, while old, are new again, and are greatly improved and strik ingly different in patterns and weave from the old-time stuffn so long lashiSnable. We are ahowiug a beautiful assortment of the newest patterns in lMain Styles, Bro cades, Stripes, metatched Figures, Ac., and every lady who has not bought a GRENADINE for this season will need one. "HARP" GUITARS. Our saIc-8 of Guitars for the past thirty days has more than doubled tho.se of the previous mouih. Duriug this week we will offer a special dis count of ten per cent, on "Harp" Guitars. The reason we do this U to get this guitar thoroughly known. To do thid we have to get them in the hands of the public. Every body should have ono, and now is the tinio to save two or three dollars on it Irom the already low prices. T7e have a full and selected stock and every instrument is war ranted. NORTH STATE MUSIC CO., Cecil G. Stone, Mq'r, 113 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. C. Sheriff J. B. Smith, of Cumberland, ;who was in Raleigh esterday, says that the outlook is that Col. Wharton J. Green will be the Democratic nominee for Congress in tho Third district. UUUU XV. V7 V UlLUrtiJ, ll., O, JlUUllUt!UL young Allianceman, who in part repre sented Wayne most creditably in the last Legislature, writes to the Argus: "T nm frlod in SPr tlmnamo nf Mr H Tl Sinco tho Church persists in claiming Aycock so favorably mentioned for Con- is spoiling for a fight, ha will BLACK LACE FLOUNCINGS. sir lr rn a rf Ii : f riand a tq f hoi fv,,,. flf t i! . Our ealcsol these goods have been nnmen.se ..aaii uu. vu.iv a, ugUi t an, uu uu.v u The choiCcat patterns wc bought to sell at iit? ot; ui. wugics.i.uai tsieciiuu wiieu ?;j.DU, $i.5Uand f 1.00 per yard, have been sold, we neon tne utmost unanimity in the rattier man duplicate tnem, we substi -- . .. I J i ' l l . n ii t Democratic partv, 1 am very much Phone 28- 16 Hasgett St D. f. JOHNSON, Ag't, WHOLESALE 5L B rcnant Fancy Chairs! Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! Chamber Suita, complete, in great variety Drokea Suits provided if desired. We will accommodate you and please vou you will let us, We have too many things to talk about. Come and se them It will be like going io a fair. A. G. RHODES & CO., No. 3 E. Martin St. No. 10 Exchange Place. ti gress from the eld Third. The man who so nobly met and vanquished O. J. Spears and all his motly crew and "lewd men of the baser sort," would be no mean Representative. Any man who tackles him will find a "foeman worthy of his steel," let him be old or young. I heard his defense of Judge J. E. Shep herd in the htate convention two years ago, and nince that time I have been ready to vote for him for anything in the gift of our people. He is honest, able and brilliant three things indis pensable to a Congressman. While he is a lawyer by profession, I believe he is the farmers' friend, and would work for the interest of the industrial classes. He would bo an honor to our district and people." PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. the right to use tho fuuds with which it has been endowed for tho purpose of promoting these unlawful practices, the question arises has the government the right to seize those funds which the Mormon leaders are misusing and devote them to worthy and charitable purposes as nearly akin as possible to those to which tho funds were dedicated? Congress had before it a contuma cious organization wielding by its re sources an immense power io the Terri tory of Utah, and employing these re sources in constantly attempting to op pose, subvert and thwart the legislation of Congress and the will of the Govern ment of tho United States. Under such circumstances wo have no doubt of the right of Congress to do as it did. Chief Justice Fuller and Justices I'ield and Lamar dissent from the de cision'. They contend that : The power of Congress to legislate Prof. G. W. Green ha3 resigned tho over tho territories was not incident to Principalship of Moravian Falls Acade- tbe treaty making power, and ils power my and will come to Raleigh in Septem- irf restricted directly to that expressed ber as Professor in Theology in Shaw or implied iu the constitution. There is University, succeeding Rev. Dr. T. E. no sucn power granted as tnat mvol- Skinner. ved iu tho act under consideration. Congress unquestiouably has power to Max O'Rell says that Alfred Tennyson, suppress poiygumy ana it is immaterial when a young poet, called on bluff, whether tho crime was committed in the gruff Thomas Carlyle, and together they name of religion. But Congress has not sat near the fire-place for hours, neither tho power to biczo and confiscate tho speaking; finally Carlyle accompanied property of corporations because they Tennyson to the door, and shaking his may have been guilty of crime. If the hand warmly, bade the young man come purposes of tho fund are such as have again, for he (Carlyle) had enjoyed such been depicted it is impossible to subject a pleasant time. u io a purpose as near as possible to the objest denounced. In the judgment f the minority the diversion of the fund contemplated by Congress is in contro vention of the specific limitations of tho constitution. afraid that the Alliance people will dam age the party. I don't know how it is in your country, but I suppose it is the same ss it is in North Carolina. The men who are in these Alliances are just the best men and Democrats in our btate, and I hope there are men of con sideration among them who will see that they don't do their friends a damage in trying to defeat their enemies, and pnn- ish thera for the injuries they have suf fered for so long." tute from our own stock some of the hand somest laces wo cany lace Houncings that have been selling at $4.50, 3.00 and 6.00, are now 3.00, $3.50 and $i.C0. These are absolutely the greatest black Jace bargains of the season, and are illustrative of a number of others now being offered in our store. W.. H. & It. 8. TUCKER & CO. ll.VLEIGU, N. C. Chatham County Sunday-School Con. veuiiou. OCRACOKEItS WIN. The Oystermen of Ocracoke Acquitted, But the Jury Rebuked by Judge Whitaker. New Berne Journal. The case of the' Ocracoke oystermen Tho third decision is to this effect : A Minnesota statute provided that no meat should lo told in tho State that had aSa5nst Lit. Window came up at Hyde not been inspected on the hoof. It did court last week beforc JudSe Whitaker, not prohibit the bringing of dressed aml resUited iu their acquittal. Two meats into the State, for the reason that days were coaaume(i in its hearing, and a prohibition would have been a viola- the were out all night. When they lion of tho Constitution that interstate me in with the verdict Judge Whita- commcrce shall be unrestricted. The SthS"?" a! ma surPrise.d v y it.. a a 1 eir actlon and was lultQ severe in n, i. iicraia says : ni8 rebuke towards them. It was in The obvious purpose of that was, and, Januaay last that the difficulty occurred. of courso, its effects would have been, to Mr. Winslow, in charge of the Pamlico limit tne eaieoi meat to tnat which had I uyster uompany, was engaged in taking Cor. of State Chronicle. Pittshoro, N. C, May 21. The Chat ham county Sunday-school Convention met in annual session at Pittsboro, on the 20th instant. It was a large assem bly of the very best citizens, male and female from all over the county. Tne proceedings were full of interest. Rev. W. F. Thorn was president and con ducted tho exercises till his successor, Hon. J. M. Moring was elected. Mr. Thorn asked to be excused from serv ing longer in the chair. He prefers working in tho ranks, but wherever he is, he will do good and earnest work in the cause he holds as of the very great est importance to the rising generation. The speaking was good, and the discus sion of practical subjects was pointed and suggestive of earnest work among tne laymen. Dr. Jiarrett's speech was ieany nne earnest, practical and elo quent. The singing was of the best," and for country choirs the ones from Haywood an 4 uj, uulu a cau uaruiy do surpassed. xne amner served to the crowd bv . . &uuu peupie ui nusooro and its vicinity, was sumptuous. The best Sunday-school workers frnm the different denominations thoroughly harmonized, and seemed to be actuated only by the generous spirit of doing good. A gentleman who has traveled a good ue ii over me estate remarked that he had never seen a more iutel.igent crowd absemD,eti in any county, nor a conven tion in which there seemed to be a bet ter spirit ot love aud earnestness. We may reasonably hope that the in fluenee from thi most interestintr inet ing of Sunday school workers wiil result rt --x 4- A xl - ui gitai, uuu io me cause, and that it win not oe a great wbue before there wi!i be a feundy school within the reach oi every tamiiy in the county. . Calljor a Great 3Ieeting of Presby terians. boon slaughtered in the State, thus sud pressing the dressed meat trade and giving tho home farmers, stock raisers and butchers a monopoly of the busi ness. This wonld be a very effective prohibition on interstate commerce, and if fcuch power might be used by a Legis lature in the case of one commodity, it might be used in the case of any and all oysters from the rocks near Ocracoke, which were on State lands. The natives objected and undertook to drive Mr. Winslow off with shot guns. Five of the party were indicted by Mr. Winslow, which resulted as above stated. The oystermen claimed that they were not making an attack, but only seeking an interview. New Berne Journal. Kev. l. u. Vass, D. D., has returned from New York, where he ha3 bpen in attendance at the Western Commission of the Pau-Presbyterian Alliance. The oujecc oi me meeting was to call i meeting of the Presbyterians of the en tire world in 1892. Toronto, Canada SEASONABLE HOODS ! RE FlilGEIl ATORS, Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Flans, Fly Traps, Hammocks, CROQUET SETTS, FLOWER POTS, BATH TUBS, OIL STOVES, WIRE DISH COVERS, &c, &c, &c. COOK STOVES A Full Line. mnnssion Daily receiving consignments of New Cabbage, New N. C. Cut and Hoe Herrings, N. C. Hams, Potatoes, Chickens, Ejtss, Arc, Ac. LOW PRICES TO THE TRADE. CORRESPONDENCE FItOJI SHIP PERS SOLICITED. KOW IK STOKE A Big Lot cf Best Brands of Flour. Bought before the me. Small Hams, Sides and Shoulders. N C. Canned Fruits and Vegetables, Hou ten a Cocoa, Dunham's Shred Cocoanut, Daisv Pickles (10c. bottle), Plam and FancvCandv, Bananas, Oranges, 4c, &c. Free and' Prompt uoh very. A Phone 28. D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't. NOTICE i Nobtu Carolina, Boft.ro Clerk Wake County. ( Superior Court. Notice is hereby given that I have this dnv issued ietiovss declaring J. M. Br .-u-liL.n, v. N J"ii8nd J. N. Holding and tueir ..- vi;:::'. and sueceHHois, a curiior&tiou lor i!u purpjses t?ct fjrth in th(- articles oi mcorira tio! filed and recorded in this oilict , v.itii alt the privileges cont'.i ivd upon v.,rpora:i.u.. under chap If. of the C-de .onh Cdrt.Iiaa and tin- iav.s sim-ndatorv theioof. The snb-staii.-.e .jd ani. ! i .that tho said parties decire to become incorporated under the name and stylo oS 'The hakigh lical EstaV i onipauy,' am! llio Imm-ss proposed to be. i. .. r AT- may!7-3m C. S. LUMSDEN S, UALEIOH, X. C. NOTHING LIKE SUCCEEDS SUCCESS. I 1 ' l)l II & . 1 ' i - ' 1 - .' 1 f.lt1tlll... . A v.iD t-, naivi viiijauy is uio uuving, sellin" renting, leasing, holding and" improving real esta te and ncgotia.iu' loans on n-iil joiH r.r. - W r- A. selling, 1 relitaiir i : ,t V fconai propel ty, m - buying, auu leading real egtatt- on coinii.itiin tl taking, holamg, pur An .-ing and selling op tions on real estate, the collection of rerts rioter, aceour.ts and other evidences of indebt edness, the placing of insurance n proper tv on commissions, and such other act3 as ni V be necessary to effectuate the purposes enu merated. The place of business of said cor poration is llaleigh, N. C., and tho duration thirty yeatn. The capital stock ot said cor poration is three thousand dollars, divided into thirty shares of one hundred dollars each with privilege to ir.crease the capital stock to two hundred thousand dollars. The etoek holdera ol said corporation are not individ ually liable for the debts of the sare CHAS. D. UPCUUitCH, Clerk Superior court Wake countv April 2G, VJM. JAMES McKIMMON & CO., JAMES McKIMMON & CO.! 133 Fayetteville 8 mxKT aso 3 Hakbt S? The reason llADAM'S MICIiOBE KILLER is the most wonderful med icine, is because it has never failed in any in stance, no matter what the disease, from LEP liOSY to the simplest disease known to the hu man sstem. The scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease is CAUSED BY MICROBES, -AXD- 1UW 111. BUB Exterminates the Microbes and drives them out of the system, and when that is done vou cannot have an ache or pain. No matter w'hat the disease, whether a simple case of Malaria Fever or a combination of disease s, we cure them all at the same time, as we treat all dis eases constitutional'v. BUY THE BEST- BUY THE BEST- Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh, Bron chitis, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liver Disease, Chills and Fever, Fe male Troubles, in all its forms, aud, in fact, every Disease known to the Human System. Beware of Fraudulent Imitations. See that our Trade-Mark (same as above) appears on each jug. ; fnd,,fr book "History of the Microbe Killer," given away by LEE, JOHNSON & CO., DRUGGISTS, RALEIGH, N. C. KING'S BOYAL GERMETEUR Is the remedy for you to use, for it is one of the best ever offered. If vou are troubled wit Rheumatism, Catarrh, Dvspepsia, Indi gestion, Nervous Headache, Liver and Kid ney trouble?, skm disease or anv blood dis ease, go at once and get a bottle of "Royal Germeteur; " use according to directions and it will cure you. Thousands are usin- th medicine and all recommend it. Sr.les have Slt n?' Nf;arl' four hundred gallons sold here in the past eixtv pav- v- en dy-fave gallons sold in the last ten davs. " Give K. R. Ci.afair trial and vou'will be pleased with results. Send for circulars and see what those who have tried Germeteur sav about it. Dealers handling or desiring to handle this mediciue will find i: to their interest to order otor correspond with A. E. JORDAN, Agt. Dr. King's Royal Germeteur, Raleigh, N. C. We nave Just Received & Full Line of. Peter Hndebsox's GARDEN SEED GARDEN SEED PURITAN POTATOES -ONION SETS- Everything Portaitdng to the Ga rdon- J Solicit the Pateoxage of tee LADIES JAMES McKIMMON & CO. JAMES McKIMMON h CO. WU PflOSffll, . SEW MACHINE W. . Having equipped our shop with new ard improved tools, we are prepared to do a kinds of machine work in a first-clLs and workman-like manner, and as cheap a9 fir class work can be done anvwh"ro P 9 firt cially lg &n(1 rePairi4' engines a epe- rn Dresg-makins and Plain .-, Messrs. WOOD & PARK, Being first-claas practical men themselves i, a eufiicient guarantee. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. mhll-iy iQi WeatSt., Raleigh, N. C. SUMNER & WATTS, Tonsorial Artists, dSJwW1 a fi"t-clas8 Shaving and Hair v5le;i;jn tFraps' old etand, Fayette -viiie 8treet,;aleigh, N. C. SATISFACTION GIT a rawterd. Re8idence. 120 Halifax Street, llaleigh NC Respectfully, ' ' 4-1-eod-lm MRS. IDA MOBRIS. i , . v . - -