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, ,11 r-:uiiulion ol thc Dciao- r:t t it- I'nrty. Im-m. Ci ntkalEx. Committee, ,. ;,::.nvirts' i the plan of organiza i :vtfo: o adopted by tho Stato ..) i- Coirr.niUcc for tho triild-inm Cl uvJ Toivn-bip Orguiiiiuiuu, ' 1 . . nhll ti lM1tlft . , ' I" ! tiu' township. In each townhip . 1m an Kx.-ctttivo Committee, - wt nf li VO riclivo Domnnr.it n lm t ; !., ! i-ti'd ly tho Democratic voters :! M-venil tov:iijhii3 in mMinfr, 1 i v the County Executive Coramit Aml slid connnittro so elected ' l d one (if it h members as chriir- . v, ho h:ill preside at all cornmittco Ire several townshin mpmiUvo s mithes shall convene at tho meet- .it" ' iVit'o1 nnimlti sv.....; !' lime ami placo that a majority tli. ii may eleet,, ami shall elect a m' t mtive committee, to consist v.ot le.s th.m five members, one of hall be Wvi:natod as chairman, . .1, ,M nr.vil.i nl .,11 f 1 . . i ' , .-.i . r.vo.,.i- ,v, ui U1U saUj eom- .v meet iiurs. i t ........ t V ..11 1 i ,. lui.wi.iurNiiiu oo a ianuro on juit of any township to elect its , ive ommitte " for tho period of 'r: V daw. tliO eouiitv imnirn rim. '.'e shall appoint said committee :a i h iVmoe.-.iiio votoia of said town- : 'I'iie membv-r.of the township corn t. .'- .-h dl elect To aav vacancy occur- :". am com rr.u lee. M. eal' all i:eei-ssary county eenven- :y giving at Uast ten days uoticc ; a't'ii- iM'.vertisemer.t in thn c public . iii taeh tov.-n.-.hip, at, tho court d. r, and in any Democratic nows ; r that may he published in said 'i.'.'y, :e.uesticf; all Democrats of the ;ti:vfomeet in convention in their ;;r:ive to.,nhips on a common day ! iv'i ' . .:aUd. which said dav shall not y - Iom - tl'.'U three days before tho meet county convention, fcr tho .veo-' of electing their delegates to tho aw ;,tias so held, shall elect their v u' t- represent tho townships in ,, (...uv.ty eunventioiu from tho voters , iii - rr-p.-v-tive townships, which dele , r yAA of them :is shall a '.tend, , : I v i'e tho full Democratic strength :' !!!,!! i ;;per:tivo towLships oa all that may com before the said '! eonxontioas. In easo no eon V. .a ! ill b he'd in any townhip ; a ;.!. e. of said call, or no election . :i rn elo, the township executive. ...Iff. . 1 1 1 1 onvinf csiijVi rsr c, K.ich t'iwn ship shall l3 entitled to -r i:i the eountv convention ono vote .r verv t vi i.ty-tive Democratic voies .:, 1 oae vo't' tor fractions of fifteen . : ; cratic votes cast by that township tiie last preceding gubern.atorial elec lK iv I!fd, That every township 1 'tit it led to cast at least ono vote, 1 ( !i towuhip may send as many . - ;;.4 it may see fit. ;. la ea:os whero townships consist .an ono ward or precinct, each an!. -j or precincts shall bo en 'i:d delegates .o county con a:.d shall cast its proportion ed its township's vote, based i i-t iireecediug voto for Gov aid township. ehnirmen of township com- . .i::e' s Mrdl nrtvido at all township '.v i.ti'ius. In their absence any other : ".' or said committee may preside. : ( a eases where all tho township ex- e-uamittecs are refpiired to meet : . t!ie pirposo of electing county ex- i e.)ia:nittees, suid meetings shall i' aul to h.avo a (piorura when a ii ri?y of ..uch townships shall bo : , ' s iti-.l ia said meeting. 'unity ami Distric t Convcntiosis. 1. 'I ho several county conventions :, ri be entitled to elect to their Sena 4..:i;d, Judicial and Congressioiml con vuti'H'.s one delegate and one alternato r evi ry fifty Democratic votes, and .. I,. (leU-L'ato for fractions over twenty- :'. .o Democratic votes cast at the last p: t ceding gubernatorial election in their r sofctivo counties, and none but del- 'a'tes or alternates shall bo entitled to : cits in ! aid conventions : Provided, '1 hat every county shall havo at least i !o vote in sain couveuuous. U. The chidrman, or in his absence, :nv member of tho county senatorial, 'wli; i.d and congressional committco, i. hall tad to order their respective con--vntions, and hold their chairmanship 1 hereof until tho convention shall elect its chairroan. ;i. 'I ho executive committees of the ,uatorial, congressional aud judicial di-triets, respectively, shall at tho call rf their respective chairmen, meet at orao timo and placo in their respective districts, designated in said call. And it shall be their duty to appoint tho time and placo for holding conventions in their respective- districts; and tho i hairman of said respective committees hall immediately notify tho chairman dI tho different county executive com- mittpc of haul appointment, and tho ;:dd county executive committee shall lorthwith call conventionsof their res in ctivo counties in conformity to said j.otieo, io seuu uunuiva iu live district conventions. State Conventions. 1 Tim Stato convention shall bo com v..-..i1 nf deleL'ates appointed by the veral county conventions. Each county J hull In entitled to elect ono delegate 1 ..it ,n n frti- iir.irir rmn rinnfiru :ir.U ono imumaiu i -j STATE OHEONIOLE, SUNDAY, AUGUST 24. ent districts nnd sto a certified list o said rfni e?lIons and IT KEEPS FOR TEN YEARS! IT IS NOT NECFSSA.SJY TO VISIT 1., LN.: - l oj.uujjs in order to u. MfflH, 111! i m IN MAKING READY -FOR FALL ".III m UlUHHHlll ,!. VI, 1 Mill cure peopio "u Iuuauie AT OS AWAY ? ?, 0 M HE mm OF THE FOLLOWING NAMED DISEASES tion.DyS1Cln,ia a"d Vari0U3 1"orm8 of mige3- i,,'2,; Hartur? and 80ur stomach-generally in a lew minutes. uiaiX- 3. Kidney troubles of every variety 4. Liver troubles of various kinds o. Chronic Diarrlnea as it' magic 6. Constipation and indigestion of the bow- 7. Cutaneous diseases, such as scrofula eczema, Ac ' . General debihty, impurity of Blood and loss of appetite. 'J. Cholera infantum. or mireirg mothers, puny and teething """"" 5 ui priceless value i'or pile stances ac "WE RID OURSELVES -OF A Summer Goods- PRICE OR NO PRICE. THESE &OODS MUST BE SOLD. WE W A N T IYEBI BODY T O SELL EVERY CHILD'S CARRIAGE NOW ON HAND, MUST i HAVE THE FLOOR WE OFFER EVERY ONE AT ACTLY COST. EX AND HERE LET US SAY THAT WHAT WE MEAN BY COST IS EXACTLY NET PRICE, CHARGED AT FACTORY WITH FREIGHT ADDED. THI3 PRICE IS ONLY FOli CASH. THOMAS II. BRIGGS & SONS. Raleigh, N. C. WHO WANTS TO SAVE MONEY ON s I ! 1 i rxi G Should call on us. WE ARE CLOSING OUT OUR ENTIRE LINE OF BONA FIDE COST-NO HUMBUG. AT A STE11I0K LINE OF FURNISHING - GOODS, SHIRTS, COLT-AKS, CUFFS and NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. CROSS &TINEHAN, Hollemiiii Building, - - JilO Fayetteville St. HISTORY ! LAW! PHILOSOPHY ! SCIENCE I -WE WILL NOT CARRY- ; I v. ! t es and rheumatism, it in many in cts like a charm. R7r If you suffer with any of tho above nam ; ', maladies, do not despair until yoi hr.Vo tried Tanacea Water. Among hundreds who have given unequivo 1 testimonials to tbo valno nf thn wminr. working water, o-j the following well-known ami Highly respected gentlemen: nov. ,). j. ijavis, lormerlv member of flnn. gress and at present ono of the Judcros of tho North Carolina Supreme Court. Hon. E. G. Reade, formerly a member of U 'ligrea, a Conlederate State Senator, ex J no go of tho N. C. Supreme Court, and now President of a National Bank at Ral eigh. Rev. U. T. Bailey, D. D., Editor and Pro prietor BiIlic.vi, Recoudek, organ N. C. Baptiwt Stato Convention. Rev. D. II. Tuttle. T. B. KiNosBUttY, LL. D., the distinguished editor of tho Wilmington Messenger. Rrv. Di; B. F. Dixoy, Superintendent of Ox ford Orphan Asylum. M. V. Laniek, LL D. Rnv. W. S. Black, D. D., Presiding Elder Raleigh District. Rev. J. 1 Bauuett.D. D. oditor of tho Chris tian Sun. Rlv. C. Durham, D. D., Cor. Sec. Baptiot Stato Convention. Judoe Gkobe V. Strong, LL. D. L. G. Smith, Mavor of Oxford. R. II. Marsh, D. I). Rev. l. L. Nash, Pastor Central Methodist Church, Raleigh. Rev. VV. M. Clark, Rector Church of tho Good Shepherd. Rkv. Du. J. H. Cordon, Pastor Edcnton St. M. E. Church, Raleigh. THE CELEBRATED WATER IS SOLD BY J. McKIMIuy & CO, ) KING & McGEE, V Raleigh, N. C. ROBERT SIMPSON, ) P. W. Vauglun, Durham, N. C. C. E. Holton, Greensboro, N. C. B. E. Sedberry .t Son. Favetteville, N. C. W. W. Reavis, lleudereon, N. C. Geo. Schoen, llou Main St., Richmond. Ya. P. Seherer & Co., 11 Barclay St., New York. J. S. Grant, Abbeville, N. C. Brown & Brown, Winston, N. O. J. II. Hardin, Wilmington, X. C. And at all the Drug Stores in Oxford.X. C If 5 our druggist does not keep it send f 1.00 for a case of one dozen half-gallon bot tles f. o. b. to JOHN A. WILLIAMS, Head Agency for U. S. A., Oxford, N. C. One Dollar's Worth OVER McKlMMON, MOSELEY & McGEE, 129 and 131 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. C. ICE CELLAR. ! SCHOOL BOOKS! Sunday-SchoQl Books, Gift Books, Juvenile Books, FICTION 1 WIT! I Blank Books. -ANT OI;PLR rr.OlTFTLT FILLED BY- TOBACCO FLUES. I am making a lot of Tobacco Flues all Styles and Sizes. I claim to make as good flue as any one in the State. I put SEVEN RIVETS IN EVES7 JOINT, SPECIALTIES : CANE MILLS, CANE MILLS, EVAPORATORS, I EVAPORATORS, COOK STOVES, COOK STOVES, AND BOOKS FOR BUSINESS! CO., BOOKS FOR FUN I ALFRED WILLIAMS & V e wish to announce to all users ot ice that we have opened a cellar for its sale The North Carolina Book and Stationery Supply House. unuer tne xienry jamming, opposite tne .Q. Jfostofhce, where our Mr. R. H. Murphey will "be pleased to give every one full value of their money on tickets. This ice is made on large iron plates, then cut into blocks. This process insures absolute Purity, wonderful Transpa rency, great Density and freedom from air bubbles. It is more nearly like natural lake ice than it can be made by any other process, but is much purer and TOBACCO FLUES. I TOBACCO FLUES. Ilospectfully, J. 0. S. LUMSDEN, RALEIGH, If. O. Sale of House and Lot. MOKE DURABLE, As demonstrated by tests made. Our YHITE-COVERED WAGONS Go wherever wanted in town, both morning and evening. SPECIALTIES IN FANCY STATIONERY. COMPLETE BUSINESS OFFICE OUTFITS OF BOOKS, PAPER, INKS, WAX, MUCILAGE, STANDS, ERASERS AND EVERYTHING ELSE. Visiting Cards and Gift and Memento Cards without limitation as to variety and beauty Complete catalogue free on application. AXjFRED WILLIAMS & CO., Raleigh, n. o. J. FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED. R. FERRALL & 00, FRESH AND RELIABLE 222 Fayetteville Street. 1 CAR LOADS VERY LOW RATES. Prompt Shipments. aug22-dlwkwlt Commission - - Merchant Ot Friday, the 12th day of September, 1890. I will sell at public auction at the court house door iullalcigh. Wake county, X. C, a house and lot on Bloodworth street, in the city of Raleigh, and adjoining the lands of V. lloys ter, Win. Wombio and others, and more fully described in a deed ot trust from Fortune Blount to J. Js'. Ilobiing, trustee, and recorded in Book 105, page 1G2, of Register's off.ee of Wake county lerms of sale cash. Timo of sale 12 o'clock m. J. N. HOLDING, aug!3-30d Trustee. Store for Kent and Personal Property for Sale. FOR RENT! ONES i OWELi -AND AG EXT FOU- IH DL Slifi, The Best Known Remedy Ever Offered For KIIKUMATISM, INDIGESTION, dyspepsia, catarrh, nervous troubles; general debility, AND ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. i il fifty Democratic votes, and one del-l-L'ato i'or fractions over seventy-five .? flirtt?n at tbrt Inst r'nlni.itorial election; and no (ii-lrfatcs cr alternates so electe .. entitled to peaty in said com Thonsft of Germetcur will protect against chills aud fevers. Thousands in this city and throncrh tho State have used K. K. (..and all recommend it. Sales havo already reached GALLONS. . . . i AAA-. .GAIjLONb GrALLONS ...1,UUU.... GALLONS Mi Trv it. It will do vou cood Call and get pamphlets that will tell you about cures that havo been maue, rtc. Special attention to Consignments of al kinds of The store r.ceutly occupied by L. II. Adams, on Wilmington street. Possession "iven at once. Will also rent 3d and 4th iloors of Adams building. I will sell at public auction, on Thursday, tho lith day of September, 1800, at the court house m llaleigti, one elungie machine anu at tachments, now in L. H. Adams' store on Wil mington street, bale made by virtue ot mort gage favor J. T. Adams and the trust from L. II. Adams. W ill oiler tor sale at same time one engine and boiler, 15-horse power, in good l epair. 1 erms of sale cash. Time 12 m. aucrl2-30d Trustee. GOOD REASONS For Patronizing the Moseley House. 1 I am pleasantly located, near all that is of interest and on the main street, where all the elite of the city pass, and opposite the large dry goods house of W. II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. 2 I find everything neat and clean at the Moseley House," and teel as if at home, for they make me so. 3 I find the Dining Ilall for Ladies and Gentienen well cared for and as pleasant as any seaside resort -no flies, and the Rotating Flv Fans keep one cool and pleasant, while I can enjoy one of the good meals you can al- wavs eret at the Moseley House tor foO cents 4 An enterprise that the travelling public should appreciate and patronize is the Mose ley House. yuiyi-u COUNTRY PRODUCE. Highest Market Prices Guaranteed. Correspondence Solicited. A. E. JOEDAN, Next to Citszon's Nat. Bank, Raleigh, N. C. THE YAKBOUO HOUSE. R. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raleigh, N. 0. Uates, $2.50 per day. $10.50 to $15 per week Agents Raleigh Ice Factory. Women wear corsets for different reasons. You, who want to be shapely and com fortable, may come to our store and say : "I hear that Ball's corset is offered for trial. I want one." We will answer: can wear it a week or three, and if you don't like it bring it back and get your money." And we will give you a primer on Corsets. You might as well know what is going on in the corset world. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. Evaporated California Apricots. Peaches, Prune3, Raspberries, &c, &c. N. C. Dried Apples and Peaches. New Ycrk Medium Bean3. California Dried Lima Beans. Imported Parmesian Cheese, grated -for Macaroni. Edam aud Pine-apple Cheese. Tarbell Cheese. Hazard's Strawberry Tomato Ketchup, best in the world. f $ f $ $ School Work WILL BE DUE EHEAT SPECIALTY FOR THE NEXT NINETY I A 16. " You or two Smoked Salmon. Yarmouth Bloaters. Boneless Oream Codfish and Mackerel. Fine NEW PRESSES, NEW TYPE- FPESII PAPER, A1D SKILLED WORKMEN. jJO-Estimatea furnished on application. Largest and beet equipment in Our lino in ho State. New Catch N. C. Roe aud Cut Herring3. BUFEALO L1TH1A SPRINGS HOTEL, Meck'cnlmrs: County, Atlantic & Dan ville iiaiiroad, Virginia. EDWARDS & BKOUGHTON, Printers, Dindera and 131ank Book Manufacturers, ltaleigh, N. O. 4 i New buildings, Hot and Cold Mineral Water Baths, K flitting and THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC AETS 0-0 Will begin its second session on tember the 4th 1890. Scp- MOTEIi FLORENCE T. Q. Arbington, Manager, Raleigh, N. C. Rooms, with meals at Yarboro House, $2.00 per day; $10.00 per week. arSpecial rates to lawyers attending Sti- ar8-lv prftinp Court ) 1 v.mr4r.r.iti votes cast therein at tho las 'Cted shall convention: . it nl.nll ti'tri I'itoviDr.D, Tliar. every c-jvuuj, sua. U t one voto in said convection, (ii ncral Rules. 1 Such delegates (or alternates of nb-K-nt dele-ates) m may be present at any nocratic convention shall bo allowed J cist tho whole voto to which their 1 jwnHhip or county may bp entitlcd- 2 If no delegate or alternate shall Mtend a State convention from any county, any person appointed by tne 1 .resident of tho county convention, or !,n his failure by its secretary, may rep icscnt the county. ;$ In all conventions provided for by this system, after a voto is cast there Khali bo no change in such vote until tho final result of tho uauot suau uo uu Xiounccd by tho chairman of said con vention. .. 1. All Democratic Executive Commit tet s shall havo tho power to fill any va cancy occurring in their respective bodies. . 5. That tho chairman of tho different county conventions shall certify the list tf delegates and alternates to tho differ- W00LLC0TT & SON 14 E. MARTIN STREET. The senior member of the firm ia in New York, and has pnrehasol some of the GGEST BARGAINS Ridgeway High School, FUR BOYS AND GIRLS. The Fall Session of 1890 Begins Thurs day, Sept. ith. and Continues 20 "Weeks. that have ever been in the city. Standard brands of prints (which bv actual comparison cannot be told from lino satteen) we otter lor only ccper vard These aro actually the latest things out iatest colors and latest etylea. Come aad examine for yourself, for it will pay you. Curtain poles fitted up with brass ends and rings at 25o each. A nice new lino of handsome STEEL EHDRAVINDS. of goods for all our other department, that has ever been i"LetafJjnesday and see onr wSrVealrad display. Woolcott & Son, i 14 EAST MARTIN STREET. Ttjitiox. Trimary and Intermediate. .. .520 CO Classics and Higher Mathemat ics 25 00 Music on Tiano 12 50 Board (including fuel.lights and wardiinul 55 00 Half of the abovejeharges is required in advance and the balance Isov. lo. The scholastic year is divided into two con tinuous sessions ot twenty weeks each. For further information address JOHN GKAUAM, Pbixcipal, ltidgeway, au'T3-wlmdtwlawe2m) WairenCo., N. C. The new and large shop buildings for work ing in iron and wood, will be ready lor occu pation, and all the departments are equipped for thorough work. Expenses are less than in any similar college in existence. For further particulars, address ALEXANDER Q. HOLLADAY, TUBS' I'. RALEIGH, N. C. e-o-din d and 1-a-w-in w lm. SWAIN HOTEL, Bryson City, Swain Co., N. C. A New House, with all Modem Improve ments. Centrally located, and is one of the best Hotels in Western North Carolina. Headquarters for Tourists and Sportsmen. Hunting and Fishing near Bryson City ex cellent. Best Accommodations for Commercial Trav ellers. GEO. W. BLACKBURN, augl8-tf Proprietor. COLIN M. HAWKINS & CO., INVESTMENT. BROKERS, 331 FAYETTEVILLE ST., Rali.igh, N. C. Open June 1st. !old furnishing generallv. Bowling Alley, good Livery, first-class fare and service with a rail road running to the Hotel doer, together with the free use of this famous water, make this a most pleasant and desirable place to spend the summer. A train will make close con nection with all day trains on the It. & D. K. 11 . at Clarksville, and passengers taken without delay to the Springs. I wo mails daily. Terms reasonable. Write for panip let. Dr. F. S. Whelev, resident physician. M. L. O JLESBV, jnel7-t" Manageo. Grand Central Hotel, Asheville, X. C. Located in the business centre of the city. It is headquarters for travelling men. The rooms and the tables of this Hotel aro good and tho board very moderate. It is on the street car line, direct from ihe depot. It is situated on both sides of Fatton avenue, con nected by a picturesque bridge over tho street. This is decidedly, from most consid erations that would actuate men, the most de sirable Hotel to stop at in the citv. Terms: $1.50 to $2 AO per 'day: ?7.00 to $10.00 per week. Special rates to families. S. li. CHEDESTEB.& SON, july2-2m Proprietors. PRE J?T Y FUKNTT URE MAKES COSY HOMES ! COSY HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE I -AXD- A.G. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day by the liberal terms thev offer on all kinds of FUBNITU11EI Fancy Chairs I Hall Hacks 1 BookcasesI Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! MISS MAGGIE REESE MIDSUMMER MILLINERY TVe will begin now to close out all Children's and Misses' Colored Hata at Half Price. Among the lot are desira bie styles for travelling or school. All Fancy Ribbons Regardie of Cost. PEACE INSTITUTE, Raleigh, X. C. The 54th year of this old school, it3 ISth year at Raleigh, begins September 3d, IS90. Professor A. Baumann, who needs no commen dation anywhere in the South, will continue as Director of Music, and Miss E. G. Buck, whose repu tation is unsurpassed, will contin ue to preside over the Art De partment. Every Teacher In the Faculty is a specialist in her department. Address: JAMES DINWIDDLE, M. A. (University of Virginia) Principal, d.w-tf Raleigh, N. C. WE BUY and SELL on COMMISSION ALL CLASSES OF BONDS, STOCKS, AND COMMERCIAL PAPER. We devote special attention to the negotia tion of Our entile stock cf CORSETS, To be Closed Out at T,0 cents; worth from o0 cents to ?1.75. Chamber Snio, complete, in great variety Broken BuiUs provided if desired. We will accommodate yon and ydc-a-i you you will let us, We have too many things to talk about. Come and eee them I It will be like going to a fair. A. G. RHODES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. No. 10 Exchange Place. JAMES McKlMMON & CO., JAMES McKlMMON k CO., 133 Fayetteville Steeet a?td 5 Hakgktt iii -BUY THE BEST 'S UY THE BEST- SOME GOOD STYLES and NUMBERS. -FOR TOWNS, CITIES, RAILWAYS and INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES. Careful attention given to the Investment of funds for out-of-town investors, julvi-ev dy fr wk thn ev Bun We will not carry corsets another season, so reduce them to mr.ke a clean sweep. Miss Maggie Reese, 200 Fayette-U!e St. Stop at Hotel Merriam ! At Depot. Largest in City. BEST ACCOMMODATIONS. Charges Very Moderate. HteamerB and Cars leave the Hotel even- dav J. E. aiElUUAil, Proprietor, ttASHISGTOX, H. Wo lave J iat l'.ecoi7od a Fall lane of Peter Uctdeeson's GARDEN SEED GARDEN SEED PURITAN POTATOES- ONION SETS Everything Pertaining to the Oarden- -JAMES McKlMMON & CO.- -JAME3 MoKLMMON & CO.- V I MOUNT MITCHELL HOTEL, Black Mountain, N. C. Half an hour'a ndo from Asheville. Alum and iron watere, same asllockbridge and Bedford, Ya. Analysis furnished upon application. House newly furnished throughout. Board ij.00 to $7.00 per week. SPKAQUE & MOORE, julyl9-2m Proprietors,