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STATE CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2.
sVrrOINTMENTS. I a . a ak t . 7 'V Will luo "a,., i-pniAfl nf fha ran-mnitm at irtimr.anr.il rvlona 0 City, Friday, October 33 4 Saturday, October 4th. ('kl,n70Ionday October Cth. il0r,i. Wednesday, Oct. 8th. fhurfday, Oct. 9th. Oct. 11th. levy vi trviM'. s. Oct. 13th. .; l.,r,.lY' t Oct. 14th. i" -'X...-ay ; vet. iuiu. .11.. C .tnr.laV. Ofit 18th. thurv (Stokes co ) Monday, Oct. 20. ( J , ("air) Wednesday Oct. 22 Si V, Juir) Thumly Oct. 23. utv I'li.-iirmon and Clubs are urged j.'rtim) liberally with hand-bills einm-ratio papers to give publicity L,. ,ijn.)intm.?nt3. Chin'n Stato Lkm. Ex. Com. WAKE COUNTY CANVASS Tho Appointments Made lor Speakers. The Democratic and Republican can didates for the Legislature, and the county offices will address tho people of vvaKe county at tne toiiowing times and places. Let all the people bo present and hear tho issues discussed: Milburnie Thursday, Oct. 2. , Auburn Friday, Oct. 3. Hood's Store Saturday, Oct. 4. Wakefield -Monday, Ojt. 0. Ilolesville Tuesday, Oct. 7. Hutchinson's Stort-Wednesday,Oct.8. Stony Hill Thursday, O-r.er 9. Robertson's Store -F i Uy, Oct. 10. Ferrell's Store Saturday, Oct. 11. Pollard's -Monday, Oct. 13. Morrisville Tuesday, Oct. 14. Apex Friday, Oct. 17. New Hill Saturday Oct. 18. Holly Springs Monday, Oct. 20. Myatt's Mill Tuesday, Oct. 21. Township House Wednesday, Oct. 22. Gray's Store Thurslay, Oct. 23. Smith's -Friday, Oct. 24. ' Garner's Saturday, Oct. 25. 14 m m it Gudcer will address tho i . ; am.j nf thn pamnaiirn nf. nil II.O irouvCT wi. w.v . r- . 1 . . llo.viiif: times aim iuuus . v lliil. Tnuraaay, uciouer zi. i. -1... n.-.t ?M ,):lf nn.,, . Motui . &.iiuniay. wet. nu. V-'miI (lb-nford i;o.).londay, Oct. G. v,!.. imijay, v-i iu. ,,,,, Tunrsday, ().!t. U. . , r H , .'; iday, Ov.'t.. 10th. t, ,. h ( rv. tiiaay n ut, uc u C r,!. St'ir.lay, Oct. 11th. !! , u !, Monday, uc. loin. ,'1 1 n, Tau-jday, Oct. 14th. i.iui, i n .lay, net. iitti. ,'tun, Saturday, Oct. 18th. vr.l, Tuesday, Uot. 'Jlst. .;n Wi.,ifn.B'la r"4..f o-i fuki(lV.U Co.)Thur-day,Ojt. 23. i rf')ittton, rrnlay, Uct. 21th. ......1... fnt orrf. .cvill.', Monday, Oct. 27th. inty cha'.raien will please advertise wily with tianawiiH aud otuerwise h thf fipeaxmgs. an iomocraiic s are rniuo:tea to make those an- Lt). UHAMIIERS MMITH, Chairmau State Dem. Ex. Com. ba. U- Glenn will address the lo on the issues of the campaign at '(.Uowint times and places: wall. Thursday, Oct. 2nd. itorJ, Thursday night, Oct 2nd. SrhntQ, Friday niht, Oct. 3 i. -is;h, Saturday night, Oct 4th. ,t:iaui, lucsuay, kjci. tin. irimston, iuesuay ingm, uct. Yin. Vhsbury, Friday night, Oct. 10th. jMrlottt', Siturday night, Oct. 11th. Bheville. Monday night, Oct. 13th. Jarion, Tuesday, Oct. 11th. jc!itry, Wednesday, Oct. 15th. tat'sville, Wednesday Dight, Oct. 15. It. Ail y, Friday night, Oct. 30th. fahmt'Cove, Saturday, Nov. 1st. kmtity chairmen will please advertise rally with hand-bills and otherwise, ie days brfore the speaking. All the aocrutic papers are requested to make je at.ouLCvMuents. I Ed. Chambers Smith, lit mm State Democratic Executive 3om;uitt(H Coio Weather Commences, Coat Your Walls and Ceilings With -.ALABASTINE:-- DE8TKOYS ALL DISEASE OEP.MS AND UUIGIITEKUP YOUli IIOMES. Thousandsof Pounds Have Been Sold in this Market'. I I - . IT IS NO EXPERIMENT, BUT HAS BEKN PROVEN TO BE ALIj WE CL.AIM FOR IT. Send for Circular and of Sample Card 12 BEAUTIFUL TINTS. us. i mm i n, Raleigh, N. O. The Crowning Giory of the Many Wonderful Resour ces ot North Carolina. AN UNSURPASSED TOXlf! APPE- TiZER AND BLOOD PURIFIER. A SURE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC DIARRHOEA., SCROFULA, ECZEMA, AND SOME KIDNEY AND ' LIVER TROUBLES. CURES PEOPLE AT OR AWAY FROM THE SPRINGS. HIGHLY ENDORSED BY EMINENT PHYSICIANS. If You Can't Buy from Your Druggist, Address PANACEA SPRINGS & HOTEL sepU-tf CO., Oxford, N. C. Commercial Alliance Life insurance Company OF NEW YORK. Printers! Binders RALEIGH, N. C. Having ono of the largest and best equip ped establishments of the kind in the South, with latest material and machinery, we are prepared for all kinds of Print ing Binding and The Commercial Alliance Life Insur ance Company, of New York, offers the best form of insurance extant. Its policy contract is plain and simple, containing no vexatious conditions. It promises so much unrestricted, indisputable insur ance in exchange for definite, level prem iums, usually little more than half those of the continued payment whole life insur ance. $100,000 is deposited with the In surance Department of the State of New York for the security of policy-holders, in addition to that afforded by the f nil re serve required by the statutes, and also by the surplus accumulation. Its finan cial strength is beyond question, the last annual reyort showing that it had cash assets of $830 to each 8100 of liability. The Board of Directors is composed of experi enced business men and capitalists, who personally control the affairs of the Com pany, thus proving the strongest possible guarantee of honest, economic and skill ful management. This Company has writ ten, through local representatives in North Carolina, during the past fiv months, nearly a quarter of a million ui business; and active, energetic and relia ble agents are wanted to further extend the Company's interests in all sections of the State. Ample and exclusive territory assigned each agent. Only those furnish ing unquestionable references as to char acter and ability, need apply. Address ail communications to J. C. ELLINGTON, State Agt., octl-D2w Raleigh, N. C. RAILROAD SCHEDULES. Richmond & Danville R. R. Go. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. In Effect Aug. 31st, 1SOO. SOUTH BOUND. Daily. No. 50. No. 52. Lv. Richmond 3 00 p m 2 30 a m Ar. Greensboro 10 27 pm 9 42am IjV. lioidsboro 2 40 p m ts 00 p m at. Kaieign 4 40pm 11 59 p m Lv. Raleigh 4 45 d in 1 30 a m Lv. Durham 5 4S p m 2 55. a m Ar. Greensboro b 20 p m 7 10 a m lv. vv mston-Sal2m . 6 55pm 630am Lv. Greensboro 10 37 p m 9 50 a m ax. Salisbury 12 26 a m 11 19 a m Ar. Statesville 149am 12 08 pm " Asheville 7 22am 4 22pm " Hot Springs 934am 5 55 pm Lv. Salisbury 12 32 am 11 24 a m Ar. Charlotte 2 05 a m 12 40 p m " Atlanta 1100am 940pm Lv. Charlotte 2 20 a m lo0pm Ar. Augusta 10 20 a m 9 07 p m NORTH BOUND. Daily. No. 51. No. 53. Lv. Augusta 6 30 p m 8 00 a m Ar. Charlotte 3 13 am 450pm Lv. Atlanta 6 00 p m 7 10 a m Ar. Charlotte 4 25am 5 30pm Ar. Salisbury 6 02 a m 7 05 p m Lv. Hot Springs 11 10 p m 12 24 p m " Asheville 12 40 am 2 02pm " Statesville 5 02am 5 38pm Ar. Salisbury 5 53 a m 6 42 p m Lv. Salisbury 6 07 a m 7 12 n m Ar. Greensboro 7 47 a m 8 40 p m Ar. Winston-Salem . . 11 25 a m 11 47 p m Lv. Greensboro 7 55 a m 8 50 p m Ar. Richmond 3 15 p m 4 55 a m Lv. Greensboro 9 50 a m 11 15 p m Ar. Durham 12 02 p m 5 00 a m " Raleigh 105pm 7 35am Lv. Ralt-igh l 10 p m 9 00 a m Ar. Golds boro 2 55 p m 12 49 p m Lv. Raleigh tOOOam Ar. Selma 11 00 a m " .Wilson 12 10 a m Lv. Wilson 12 38 p m Ar. Rocky Mount. . . 1 17 p m Daiiy. tDaily except Sunday. NOW IROEIOY. -:o:- NINTH EDITION OP School History of North Carolina, By Maj. Jolin W. Moore. 40,000 Copies Now in the School. Price 85 Cents Per Copy, Post-paid. NEW THOROUGHLY REVISED EDITION OF FIRST STEPS IN NORTH CAROLINA HISTORY BY MRS. C. P. :o:- SPENCER. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., BOOK-SELLERS AND PUBLISHERS, RALEIGH, N. O.. North Carolina Headquarters lor School Books. Law Books, &c.t &c. CATALOGUE FREE. & 31iI3SrEKL3Sr. NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. WILIi SHOW NOW IN A FEW DAYS ONE OF THE NICEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF :i. 1. J. Jiirvis wiuauuress mo peo- l on the K-utvj ot fampaign,at. i loUowing trf as ana places: tiiuc')vitio,r imrsday, Oct. 2d. Xviilsvillv Viday, Oct. 3d. Jul nut Cole, Saturday, Oct. 4th. Winston, Monday, Oct. 6th. All Democratic papers are requested i lD.ikt; these announcements. i inrn ALL AND WINTER EV ER BROUGHT Vw TO THIS C LQTHING BETWEEN West Point, Richmond and Raleigh. Via Keysville, Oxford and Durham. 54 & 102 STATIONS. 55 & 103 ITT 50 9 15 1100 100 2 05 2 42 3 15 401 a m Lv..West Point, am Ar.. Richmond... am Lv... Richmond., pm " ..Burkeville.. p m " ...Keysville.. p m " ..Chase City., pm " ..Clarksville . pm Ar Oxford... .Ar 6 00pm .Lv fl 38 p m .Ar 4 30 p m " 2 25 p m " 1 01 p m " 12 24 p m " 11 51 am .Lvll 02 am INCLUDING ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS AND STYLES. Hats and Furnishing Goods Department COMPLE TE. New lot of FALL NECKWEAR just opened. It will pay you to Inspect our stock. Lowest Prices Guaranteed. CROSS & LINEHAN, Holleman Building, - - 2 1 0 Fayetteville St. a- o w, "V.A.. :o: 4 25 p m 525 p m Lv.... Oxford . " ..Henderson. Ar 10 15 a m Lr 9 15 a m OF THE GRANDEST ENTERPRISE THE 2STEV SOUTH. 4 09 pm 6 47 pm Lv. Ar. .Oxford., .Raleigh. ..Ar ..Lv 10 57 a m 8 15 a m NOTHING LIKE SUCCEEDS SUCCESS. Book-keepers will find our Ledgers, Day-booka, Cash-books, Ac, very su perior in mako and V L AT OPENING. IIou. A. Loazar will address the peo 'e on tho issues of tho campaign at the Jlowiug times and placos: bhelby, Thursday, Oct. 2. I.incolntOD. Friday, Oct 3. Newton, Saturday, Oct. 4. Moeksvillo, Monday, Oct. C. . Thoinasvillo, Tuesday, Oct. 7. Chapel Hill, Wednesday, Oct. 8. County chairmen and Club3 are re quested to advcrtUo liberally with hand bills and otherwise, aud Democratic pa pers to givo publicity to these appoint ments.. Ed. CtiAMnnns Smith, Chair. State Dem. Ex. Com. . Mr. Ed. W. Pou, Jr., Democratic caudidato for Solicitor of the 4th Judicial district, will speak at the following places in said district : i rimsaut (trove, October Hares' Store, " 1 K-nly, j Archer Lodge, " t Col. T. M. Argo, Radical, $2.00 will pay for our Great Hand-Book for magistrates, THE N. C. MANUAL OF LAW AND FORMS, latest revision in existence. The reason RADAM'b MICltOBE KILLEli is the moat wonderful med icine, is because it has never failed in any in stance, no matter what the disease, from LEP ROSY to the simplest disease known to the hu man system. The scientific men of to-day claim and prove that evory disease is tDaily except Sunday. Daily. IT Daily except Monday. :o: SEVERAL NEW AND LARGE INDUSTRIES :o. OVER ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY HOUSES TO :o: Additional train leaves Oxford daily except Sunday 11.10 p. ra., arrive Hender son 12.10 p. m., returning leave Hender son 2.30 p. m. daily except Sunday, arrive Oxford 3.30 p. m. No. 50 leaving Goldsboro 2.40 p. m. and Raleigh 4 45 p. m. daily makes connection at Durham with No. 19, leaving at 0.05 p. m. daily, except Sunday for Oxford, Hen derson, and all points on O. & H., O. & C, and R. & M. Roads. Passenger coaches run through between West Point and Raleigh via Keysville, on Nos. 54 and 102, and 55 and 103. Nos. 51 and 53 connect at Richmond from and to West Point and Baltimore daily except Sunday. SOL HAAS, JAS. L. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent. W.A.TIKK, Div. Pass. Agent, RALEIGH, N. C. JUST SECURED. BE BUILT AT ONCE. AND QUICK AND LARGU, NOW IS THE TIME FOR SAFE INVESTMENT, RETURNS. DAVID FUNSTEN & CO., Real Estate and Stock Brokers Glabow, Va. BSPIi notified in advance, we will meet parties at any train. (iug31-3m) SAVVIIV HOTEL, Bryson City, Swain Co., N. C. A New House, with all Modern Improvements. Centrally located, and is one of the best Hotels in Western North Carolina. Headquarters for Tourists and Sportsmen. Hunting and r ishing near Bryson City excellent. Best Accommodations for Commercial Trav ellers. GEO. W. BLACKBURN, augl8-tf Proprietor. COLIK M. HAYKINS & CO., INVESTMEIIT BROKERS, 331 FAYETTEVILLE ST., Ralkigh, N. C. WE BUY aud SELL on COMMISSION BONDS, CAUSED BY MICROBES, -AND- mm mm 2d. 3rd. 4th. 11th. is in- TitKl to attend, divi'bu of time. and will bo allowed a f C. H. Aycock, Esq., will address the people upon tho issues of tho campaign at Sauford, Friday October 3; Lillington, B.iturday October 4. i Cuuuty chairmen are urged to ad- AertUo liberally with handbills and otherwi.se, and Democratic papers to give publicity to these appointments. EDWARDS & BROUGHTON, RALEIGH, N. C. The eyelet of a corset seems a trifle to make a business on ; but what if one eyelet cuts the laces, while another eye let don't ? And what if the eyelet that cuts is in universal use ? And what if the eyelet that cuts the laces also rusts the corset ? And what if the eyelet that cuts is not so neat and proper and womanlike as the other ? And what if it costs as little or less to put in and never comes out or wears out ? The new eyelet is made of loops of corset lace instead of metal. Exterminates the Microbes and drives them out of the system, and when that is done you cannot have an ache or pain, rio matter wnat the disease, whether a simple case of Malaria Fever or a combination ot diseases, nre cure them all at the same time, as we treat all dis eases constitutionally. Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh, Bron chitis, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liver Disease, Chills and Fever, Fe male Troubles, in all its forms, and, 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. Send for book "mstory oi tne MicroDe Killer," given away by L.EE, JOHNSON & CO., DRUGGISTS, RALEIGH, N. C. DISSOLUTION OF CO PARTNERSHIP. .FKJSTTi: FUKiMTlKIi Phone 28 MAKES COSY HOMES I COSY- HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE ! -16 Habgett Bt -AND- D, T. JOHNSON. Ag t, WHOLESALE Commission Merchant ATJi CLASSES OT STOCKS, AND COMMERCIAL PAPER. We devote epeclal attention tion of to the negotifc- A.G. RHODES & COMPANY nowin stoiie oN consignment, towns. FOR Are making people happy every day by the liberal terms they otter on all kinds oi FUKNITUREl -A FINE LOT- Fancy Chairs 1 Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! I C. CUT MB HOE HEH, In white pine barrels. 250 Gallons Strictly Pure Country Cider inegar. It pleases all who try it; 40c. gallon; 10 gal lons at due. CITIES, RAILWAYS' and INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES. Careful attention riven to the Investment of funds for out-of-town investors. julv4-ev dv fr wk thn ev Sun CONSIGNMENTS OF WESTERN N. 0. APPLES, POTATOES, ONIONS, CABBAGE, CHICKENS, EGGS, &c, &C, Kcceived almost dailv. Chamber Suits, complete, in great variety Broken Suits provided if desired. We will accommodate you and please you you will let us, We have too many things to talk about. Come and see them ! It will be like going to a fair. A. G. RHODES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. No. 10 Exchange Place. Orders Filled at Lowest Cash Prices. MY FALL STOCK OF STAPLE, FANCY AND IIEAYY GROCERIES ARRIVING DAILY. TERRELL & MOSELEY, Commission Merchants, HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERS, 203 Fayetteville St., Ralegh, N. C. STOLEN KISSES is therameot anew brand of chewing tobacco for which we are sole agents in lUleigh. TERRELL A MOSELEY. The Ball and Kabo corsets 3n. W. II. Kitchen will speak on the -t . tj 11 ti . t iKndav a. th fniinwin niarps- nave it , tne Dan is me easy corset, ine ivapo me one mm does not yield a barleycorn. You can wear them two or three weeks and return to where you got them, if you want to. The makers provide you that privilege. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. I Hon isslU' I Klcvation, Johnston county, Thursday 0;t. 2. J Peacock's X Iloads, Johnston county, l'rtday Oct. 3. ; En. Chambers Smith, I Ch'm State Dem. Ex. Com. - Joint Cnnvm, 1th Congressional District. , Hon. B. II. Bunn, the Democratic candidate, and Prof. Alexander Mclver, tho Republican candidate for Congress of the 1th Congressional District, will address the people at the following times and places: ; JOIINSTON COUNTY. Pleasant Grove, Thursday, Oct. 2. Smithlield, Thursday night, Oct. 2. O'Neal's, Friday, Oct. .3. Kcnley, Saturday, Oct. 4. f WAKE COUNTY. New Hill. Monday, Oct. 6. Smith's (Middle Creek), Tuesday, Oc tober 7. A Drive in Cigars. Five thousand R. C. Brown (Straiton and Storm) all 'Havana Cigars. Boxes of fifty one dollar and seventy five cents per box. An elegant smoke, and much below the value of the goods. Eberhardt & Pescud. I hereby announce that I have this day sold it- v interest in the business of the late firm of Hardin A Pescud, to Messrs. Thomas Pescud and T. L. Eberhardt, who will continue the business under the name and style of Eber hardt & Pescud. All claims against Hardin & Pescud will be vaid by Eberhardt & Pes- ciil who -will also collect all accounts due said former firm. In takinc leave of my old friends and cus- comers, I beg to express to them my grateful appreciation of the steady and generous sup oort thev have given me for the past thirteen y-ars.- I truet they will be equally kind to my successors, whom I cordially recommend to all my friends as eminently wormy oi conn- dence and support. tu j. ttA.au i.is. Septembeb I. lo'JU. Referring to the above notice, we respect fully announce that we nave tms aay iormea i couartnershio for the transaction oi a general grocery and provision business as the successors ot Messsrs. tiarain k rescua. With increased facilities for doing busi- i - r a v nesss. and an experience (as to one oi me tartner8) of twelve veara in tnis brancn oi trade, we hope to merit a continuance of the generous patronage extended to the late firm; and to increase it, it an increased sto;K, low prices and close attention to the wants of our customara will accompnsn tnat resuu. EBERHARDT & tESSVUD. September 1st, 1890. (aug31-tf) i t r -..,L -'a-'IS1 w. l 3 1 rrti i rr -s? Safi W W LOWEST PRICES. FREE DELIVERY. Quick sales and prompt returns guaranteed on all consignments. Correspondence from shippers solicited. Phone 28. D. T. JOHNSON, Ao't. A $25,00O FARM. ONE OF THE BEST IN NORTH CAROLINA. FAMj TRADE - - 1890. Seven Hundred and Fifty (750) Acres For Bale by JNO. A. WILLIAMS, Real Estate Agent, Oxford, N. o. Stock's Queen. Having secured the control of this fine Hutchinson's Store. Thursday. Oct. 9. brand of Michigan Flour, large invoice of Auburn. Fridav. Oct. 10. which wo have iust received. To those Hood's Store (Mark's Creek), Satur- who have nsed it, it needs no recommen :ay. Oct. 11. FRANKLIN COUNTY. Youngaville, Wednesday, Oct. 8. dation. Eberhardt & Pescud. FOR RFNT t O. D. Boss & Son's Lunch Milk Bis ft itore of Mr a. M. A. Towles, on Fayette- cnit, the best of all plain crackers. Re :"Iq. dtu. o. wain, tail fifteen cents. Close figures to the The "Boss." C. D. Boss & Son's Lunch Milk . wig ui mis. iu. a. xowies, onjcayeiie- cuii, i street, formerly occupied by D. S. Waitt. tail fif v v )silon given immediately. For partiou- "j" i. enquire of j. w. Evan 8, traao. pt3-lm At Evans & Martin's Shop. Eberhardt & Pescud. "CALIGRAPH" TYPE-WRITER. Greatoet speed: best for manifolding; 100,- 000 dailv users. Price $85.00. Machines rented to responsible parties and sold on in stallments. Our New Special No. 3 has recently been brought out to meet the demands ot those who require the best that can be produced. Price $100.00. Has six additional commercial keys, extra platen tor manifolding and other valuable improvements. For accounts of speed contests and circulars, address NEWMAN & SON, Gekl Ao'ts, Washington, D. 0. J. L. Seawell, Agt. Raleigh, N. C jnnl0-8m J. J, T H 0 M AS & CO., ralek.ii n. c, General Commission Merchants, Grocers and Cotton Sellers, Have in store and to arrive 10,000 yds. 2 lb. second-hand bagging, 50 vd. roils. 5,000 " 2V " Bagging Cloth, 30 yd bdls 5.O0O " 2 " New Bagging, 50 "rolls. 5,000 " 2 " " " 50 " " 3,000 " IK " " " 30 " " 1 ,500 Bundles New Arrow Ties. 1 ,000 " Whole and Pieced Ties. Rapine for sheets. Bagging Twine; also Meat, Meal, Corn, Flour, Bran, Hay, Sugar, Coffee, c , all of which we offer upon very best terms. As a COTTON MARKET Raleigh excels all. Her Compress ana nu merous buyers Here lor iorei" euipruem auu State spinners, gives us good demand at ail times. We offer our 18 years' experience as sellers to those who wish to eell upon arrival and those who wish to hold for higher prices, will, where desired, make liberal cash ad vances upon bills of lading or cotton in store. Low rates of interest and storage charges. J. J. THOMAS He CO., Cotton Selleus, sep ! 4-D&W3mos Raleigh, N. C. Land for Sale. Six hundred and fifty acres at $7 00 per acre. Two hundred and forty-nine and a hall f249) acres at $3.00 per acre. Two hundred and nine (200) acres at $10.00 per acre. All the above tracts are within one to two miles of Richmond & Danaille Railroad sta tions. For particulars, address JNO. A. WILLIAMS, Real Estate Agent, sept7-tf Oxford, N. C. MULLETS-.We received the first ship ment of new mullets yesterday. TERRELL A MOSELEY. kind, of Consign PRODUCKWe handle all country produce on ccmmission. ments solicited. TERRELL & MOSELEY. jnel7-tf JAMES JAMES McKLMMON k MoKUXMON k CO. 00. 133 Fatxttxtiixx Bt&zxt ajtd 6 Hajmkzt Bt BUY THE BEST- BUY THE BE8T- We Have Just Received a Full line of PXTZB BYSTDXBSOX'fl GARDEN SEED GARDEN SEED PURITAN POTATOES ONION SETS HOW TO MAKE MONEY ! 13 tne title oi a z-i-ps ujpmct rau by the Equitable Loan & 'trust Uo., o Jaom gomery at., Jersey City, N. J. If vou want to Know now ana wuera muucj will net the largest income invested in real estate, either in large or smairamounta, send address ana copy win do mtueu iree. sep21-DAW3m Auction Sales of Valuable Farming Lands. By -virtue of power conferred on me by three several mortgage deeds, executed by Hackney S. Lilesan i Lucy Lile?. Tvhich are duly re corded in Registry of Wake county, in Book No. 60, at pige 355; Book Ne. 73, at page 175, and Book No. 110, at pa;e G47, respectively, I will t ff?r lor sale, to the highest bidder for cash, at the court house door at the city of Raleigh, N. C, on Monday, Oct. C, lDO,at 12 O'clock M, Two tracts of land, lting in St. Marv's town ship. Wake county. N. C. at the continence ot Neuse river and Poplar creek; one tract being the residence tract of the late H. S Li lea, con taining One Hundred and Eleven Acres, more or lead: the other being known as the Sara Liles place, and con'&inin Seventy-two and Une-Liif Acres, more or less. B. F. MONTAGUE, Mortgagee. t Raleigh, Sept 3, 1SD0. (sept5-tds) Everything Pertaislng U the Qaxdei JAMES MoKLMMON k CO., JAMES McKLMMON k CO., RALEIGH DYE WORKS, D. W. C. Harris, Proprietor. Dving and cleaning and renovation of clothing a specialty. Fast colors guaranteed and warranted not to smut. Work done by the latest devices and on the most approved plan. Gloves, curtains, plumes, feathers, and, In fact, everything cleaned and renovated and made as bright and soft as new. 8pcial attention to orders through maU. Call on or write to "HARRIS DYE WORK8," Martin Strict, may 18 Raleigh, N. O. i i