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STATE CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2.
THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN. THE COUNTY NOMINEES MILLimOOK. AT The Democrats Drive Some Heavy Charg? Against tlic ISntlic:ilKTI:t Radical Make no Eliot t to Explain the Charges and they Stand as Proved. The Democratic and Republican county nominees spoke to the people at Millbrook yesterday. Tboro was an assembly of about two hundred voters present, a decided ma jority of them being colored. The speaking was opened by announce ment on the part of some of the speakers that they were candidates. Only a few went into a discussion of the current questions of the day. Cling. D Upchurch's spaoch was something like a begging ap peal to tho peoplo to keep him in office. Iledid'nt make any issue. He said there was no issue between him and hi3 com petitor, Mr. Thompson, except that both wanted tho office. Upchurch said he was experienced in the office no other man was experienced and therefore he, and he alone, was entitled to the office. Ho got off a small joke or two and some of tho negroes present called out: "Go on Upchurch." Upchurch, said ho was tunning against about twenty four feet of men, and he expected to clean them all out. Mr. John W. Thompson. . Mr. John W. Thompson, the manly Democratic candidate for the office of Clerk of the Superior Court came before tho peoplo and announced himself. Up church had made no argument, and Mr. Thompson was not, therefore, under tho necessity of making anything like an argumentative reply. Hut he took occasion to assert that there were plenty of men who could and would fill the office as well as Upchurch tilled it. If this were not so. ha snirl. tho people of Wake would t.e in a sad plight in case Upchurch should become physically incapacitated to fill the cilice There's no man who does anything so well that some man can't be found to do equally as well. Mr. Thompson told how Upchurch wont to tho Chicago Republican conven tion ani worked for such a man as Harrison for President, and Mr. Thomp son promised that he would never play such a "scummy" trick on the people as mat. Capt. M. W. Page. Capt. "Mack" Page, Democratic can didate for county sheriff, addressed the people. He charged J. Rowan Rogers-and drove home the fact that Rogers had begun collecting "costs" out of people mu mji ui wsi novemoer, and he had no right to collect costs, according to tho laws of North Carolina, before tho first of January. No sheriff but Rogers ever did collect "costs" before the first of January. Then Capt. Pago told an incident that raado tho people open their eyes. He sud that somo timo last fall a man went luto the sheriff's office to pay his tax and also tho tax of hi3 mother-in.law' stop trying to mislead the people, but he wouldn't ste p. Then Mr. Green "lit into" Meacham with hat off: and sleeves rolled up. He told the people that they ought to re member that they couldn't send their children to school until tho Democrats went into government control; and he told all about the asylums and schools and charities for the poor and unfortu nate colored children all the expenses of which were borne by the State. Mr. Green also told tho farmers that the Democrats hadj established a great col lege at Kau-igh for the sons of farmers and laborers and mechanics of the State, and that college was sustained by the State under Democratic rule. That col lege, with all the other public institu tions for the poor people cost the State some money, and the State expenses were accordingly increased. Mr. Green told the people that Meacham had a son going to that college, which was built by the Democrats for the farmers and laborers, and that college was kept up by tho State; "and Mr. Meacham," said Mr. Green, "preacher though he is and ought to be an honest man, never told you all about this. Oh! he ought to know better than that. He ought not to profess to be a preachek, and a Dem ocrat, then an Independent, then a Re publican, and the Lord knows what else, and then come out here and try to im pose on you and mislead you. Oh? he ought- not to do that. And when I see a man who does try to impose upon and deceive the people, it makes my heart barn within me.'' Mr. G:ecn said that Meacham hadi been talking about the Srata PlonHnn I law and spying it was a mean law and intended to prevent ignorant people from voting. Bat, said Mr. Green, you all know, at least those of you who have tried to register, that you have had no trouble about it if you were an honest man and had a right to register. That law may keep somo unprincipled and dishonest men from registering and vot ing. But you, as honest men, don't want to walk up to the ballot box and vote, and then have soma dishonest scoundrei stand alongside of you and vote with you. You want an honest vote. Mr. Green's speech was niDst honest, p am, stnr-htforward and conscientious, ilo was ILUu-d to with intense interest and the colored people gave him special attention. They actually looked like uiey wouia like to support him, and i tuis poor ueiudea class cf people were free from the party lash, they would support honest and conscientious rrmn like Mr. Green. quent humiliation and degradation that would follow such a proceeding. The tine cf the speakers was limited oy agreement, and Mr. Jnnn w. v m his discussion cf the force bill. COMINU AND iOiNG. Some of The Folks You Know and Their Doin.s. Congressman R. H. Bunn is here. Mr. Alton Mclver, of Jonesboro, is here. . ' K. F. Hackett, Esq , of Wilkes, is in the city. Mr. D. T. Swindell has gone to New York. Capt. John R. Ferrali went North yesterday. Rev. J. F. Harris of Oxford was in the city yesterday. Mr. N. G. Whitfield is being quite sick. Mr. and Mrs. F, B. in the city yesterday. More Additions to the Trades Procession. reported as Arrendell arrived The Trades procession continues to grow. It is booming, and will be a big things la addition to those already announced to participate, the following were sent in yesterday: North Carolina Wagon company. A. E. Jordan (two or three floats). D. W. 0. Harris, Dye works. This makes about twenty floats so far, and more houses are to be heard from. But why don't these other houses came on in. Where are such establish ments as The Three M's, and iWooll cott's immense establishment, ami the various machine shops and other insti tutions? And where is the Big Racket Store? None should keep out. Come on, gentlemen. Send in your names, and then attend the trades procession meeting in the Chronicle office on Fri day night. Don't postpone it, but go and register io-uay. Marriage at Morrisville. m mere was a very pretty home mar riage at Morrisville last evening at the George F. Bason, Esq., of the Char lotte bar, is in the city. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Carter left yester day for Birmingham, Ala. Col. J. W. Hinsdale has son, Northampton county, N. C, to try residence of Rev. J. R. Maynard. His an insurance case. daughter, Miss Fennie Mavnard was Dr. Kemp P. Batchelor who has been I uniteJ in marriage to Mr, 'T.ulus uays nere returned to wiiiiams, ol Raleigh, Rev. N. B. Cobb v jvoiuaj. i uA vyry, periorming tne ceremony. Rev. Dr. J. J. Hall. t There was luite an assemblage of ad Baptist Tabernacle, was taken suddenly mmi?g and intlmate Wends of the young ill yesterday mornin people present, to wish for them in this The New Discovery. " i - You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. ion may yourself be one of the many who know from personal experience just now good a thing it is. If you have ever tried it, you are one of its staunch friends, be cause the wonderful thing about it is, that when once given a trial, Dr. King's New Discovery ever after holds a place in the .house. If you have never used it and should be afflicted with a cough, cold or any Throat, Lung or Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed everj time, or money refunded. Trial bottles free at John Y. McRae's drug store. THE WORLD'S COMMEKCE. Mr. J. H. Messrs. E. H new start in life.all the hanr.iest. hWdnrrs has gono with J which humanity may have on earth m hSt ; f CottoQ bnyers The attendands were Mr. J. W. Cooper a book-keeper for tee firm. and Miss M. Loula Page; Dr. J. M. Aver . Kev. Dr. C. T. Bailey went to Frank- 5a lss mma Howard; Mr. Kim W. Weathers Lee & Co. , linton yesterday to attend the meeting of tne Cental Baptist association. Mr. R. L. Doughton, of AUeghaeny county, is m the city, and brings en couraging political news from his sec tion. Mr. J . S. Jones, of G eral Agent of the Provident Savings Life iuwj ouuiety oi jew York, is in tne city. weathers and Miss Cora Pa?a After the ceremony the young: married couple went to the home of tht near Asbury, where a very pleasant home reception was given them. Supreme Court. are yesterday's pro- c. w Hoover Hoover. was on tne erronnrt that twenty years ago the C. W. and said colored people of Raleigh could not list ten thousand dollars worth of nrnnprtu Now thev listed &339.nnn ' ,v,v ii uiiu, auu told that Rogers told him what tho taro tram and then chargod "costs" on the taxes The man who wanted to pay the taxes protested against the costs, but Rogers refused to take.the taxes unless the costs were paid. Rogers said: "I lost $0,000 last year, and I am going to make it up by collecting costs from the people." The loss referred to by Rogers was that wnich ensued by the breaking of the First National Bank. Then Capt. Page showed how the cui uaa believed Rogers from pay ing all the money ho lost by the bank, and jet Rogers went on collecting costs from tho people. Capt. rage went on and showed how Rogora had gone to tho tax list on the hrst of November, and had c .pied the name of every person who had not paid tax up to that time and had proceeded to charge and collect costs from nearly every one of them. Yes, Rogers had done this to make up a "loss" which the county had relieved him of. Some things hke this were driven against Wipj?ers with telling effect. Sheriff Rogers made no speech during the daynot even attempting anything Jiko an explanation of tho charges made against him by Capt. Pago. m. nitui" iueaciiam. The "Reverend" D. P. Meacham was on and. He took lin rnnawlnnoM onu mo negroes nwra - j fciuwxug poorer ana poorer j vuiiug iub nepuoncan ticket. But ooyer aian t explain that the negroe wbu euauioa to accumulate this property during the last sixteen years state government e under Democratic When the Republicans wefe in oowerth negro never accumulated anything; and if tho Republicans had remained in power tho negroes would not have anv property now. J Hoover put in some talk for Upchurch and begged the people to iui mm lot ciers ot the Court. Superior T. R. vent ion which and raado a blundering effort to explain Inn finnnmnl . . . t 1 "unuum ui.vuui'einent of tha Sfnto and county from 1SG8 tn ,w u forth, with a gigling glee, that since the Democrats camefinto power in the State m lb76, the expanses of the 8tate gov ernment had bedn increased but "Sor ry Pickup" forget to tell about the build ing of the colored Deaf and Dumb and h!nK ylum by the Democrats, and tho building of the lnnflH ,,i.L si Sri? l llT lte colored PeoPle, the M0 which the State gives annually to the colored fair, and about all the hund rods of schools for ColnroH r;;;:' ?r"u"Dea., y tb Democrats .uvC io,, aua an these cost some money; bat "Sorry Pickup" who show- . H!mse1f 0Q this day, 7o u.6Scav, yei ine weakest dema- ahnnf oil TD 1 Sa' aything about all these matters. Meacham'a "nf nh wPsurely most incoherent medley of finances, labor, education and other subjects ever made in Wake county, and it fell u ponmost of his hear ers as so much Greek. Some one in the crowd asked: "What are you going to do for the people if you ary elected Mr. Meacham?" y Meacham: "I propose to resist such legislation as will oppress the"- (Interrupted.) "Are you in favor of a railroad commission?" JSja; 'rm not in favor of a I T?wtfmmiS?l0.n nntil 1 kn hat Railroad CnCm-m-83i0a id and what that SSTU8I0n proposes to do- You thiS sulfiS tin t rmmitting m8elf on this subject till! know something about 'Are you in favor of a high ( T. 11. Purnell. Purnell, a nominee of that con vhich had twentr whifo gates and eighty negro delegates made a His was a dem . . . o o '" i-""uc. xae tried to show and convince the people who listened to him that the tariff was a measure which was making the people men. tm an assertion which made the people, par ticularly the negroes, wonder what in creation Mr. Purnell was talking about Getting rich! Who was getting r:ch?Pur ne saw the effect of this remark and said: "I don't mean that you are grow ingnch but the whole country iLeI ting richer " He told his hearers that they wouldn't know the tariff if thev d: ,9?j Mr- Purnell, what a truth ?Kta!?they wou,d J'umP on it with uuu stamp the life out of it WhaZ d:da-Z try t0 tdl these People what the tariff was. You didn't want them to know that tariff. You want he,e poor, deluded people to remain in Rp,, tVI , mings 80 you can still keep tl em subject to the party hsh and lead them around by the earfs' you have been doing for several years Purnell touched upon the force bill.and tried t0 reprosent that it was a matter which was intended for the whole coun- hl h Sa-d 11 waa a meas which had been mst tntP.d Urr Kepublicans who wanted to pnSytS ifc " i 1 ea' rac 11 Would net effect """j4 ,waiu'iua oecause there fraudulent voting here. Mr. A. D. Jones. A SAD DEATH. A Promising Young North Carolinian's Sad Bud. The Chronicle has already noted the death of Mr. Wm. T. Heflin, son of our townsman, Capt. R L. Heflin. He held tne important position of Auditor of the Georgia Southern railroad. A special from Macon to the Atlanta vuubuiuuon contains the following "Macon, Ga.. cSentemhpr oo r SHT skrt ticie ago Auditor. Nes uiu, oi aie Georgia Southern & Florida road, died suddenly. He was succeeded by Mr. W. T. Heflin, a moat excellent young gentleman and efficient official aged abrat 32 years. ' In the early part of July Mr. Heflin was taken sick with bilions tv ft. went to Indian Springs for rest and . caperation. Ho got better, bat returned tO WOrk too Soon and k. -.1 He went to his old hn in t.i, LiUs county, where he died last nigbt about 9 o'clock. Several nf th nan -t; - bouthern's officials wont, tn .Tarwb :r "lt5 innerai. Mr. Hejlin married luiM oasueu, ot llanccck countv " Mr. uehin was born June 21. ism nH was twentv-nine vpars n!F'? as,.t.he Constitution has it. The folio win o- ceedings: Umton vs. Ferebee, from Camdem:ar- ft n r A 1 1 J O a ' Sucu uy jranay Aydlett for. plaintiff. ckukk x uner cc enow ior uerendant. Pritchard vs. TiavfAr- wvxi , .VfUHUUCW. b.ate vs. railroad; argued upon prin- unci. New York, October 1. Messrs. Hubbard, Price & Company, in their cotton circular to-night say: "For eign advices were a great surprise to the trade this morning as a lower mar ket had been looked for. The improve ment abroad is due to the buying by spinners of the better grades, the con tinued bad weather creating alarm amongst those whose machinery is only adapted to the very best qualities." Receipts at the ports estimated at 36,000 bales, against 29,389 bales last week, and 32,321 bales last year. Spot market closed steady; middling j.u o o; saies 033 oaies. Futures closed steady as follows: gctobef 10 15-16 November 1018-19 December ; 10 22-23 iauarV 10 27-28 February 10 34-35 arc,h - 10 40-41 Prd 10 47-48 ?lay 10 54-55 June 10 C1-G2 Cotton. I 1 FrofiiW - O i Is attractin S wide attention lowing fortv. reasons the was -a ses t. thau pames of New York; Assets to Liab - - A - 1st. The increase in new Insurance in 18S9 over that of th rv1UUS Vp Jd. New business in twenty miliions of dollar 3d. The ratios of naVm Claims and Exuen "' than t. . wo w v. la v . tlx. I r'v. : i l r. I t- jra :ce On 1 .1 uuu !rlti p.,.- lf-s in t r. Savings Life arc ..AlUiKU ,, for every $100 rf Liability U the three larges: of thw' Companies the Ratios areas and $108 to every S:oo of Vh . bilities. tteir i City. Galveston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia oavannan, Now Orieaiis Mobile, Memphis, d-uguata, Louisvilie, St. Louis, Sale Tone. Mk't lict- Ex. 7G3;Qaiei 40 0-0 7457 1451 3217 firm; 10 0-0 4783 .... ... Quiet 101-4 Quiet 10 3-8 51 .... Firm 9 1?-16 9C3 ... .... Steadv 10 3-4 398 ... 215 Quiet 9 11-16 5305 1356 450 Essy 10 1-16 6240 7713 500 Firm 9 15-16 54G .... Firm 10 0-0 1372 Steady 9 3-4 1076 . .... Firm 10 3-8 300 Firm 10 0-0 409 ted Every Democratic Uir. .. . . . uia name on tne registration hnntam-ffc. , j W II1UU uul ueiay. In Liverpool spot cotton closed steady middling uplands 5 3-4; sale3 14,000 bales. Futures lows: closed barely firm as fol- 4th. Life Insurance at ACTL" L 0 that brings insurance withia u r of many heretofore unable to nth it- . ii uocrcosts one half the charged for it in -Best Old stV? Companies," whose experience' r.v that hardly 39 percent, of their pV-T mm Receipts were necessary to iCZ ,xca ui ineir rolicy-holder; the balance was used FOB SOMETHING ELSE besides insurance. SPECIAL, NOTICES. ine best Gloria TTmhroiia tnr, D. S Waitt's. Wanted at Once. At Hotel Farrar. Tarhnrn industrious, intelligent and sober youne rtnu 4;u years ot age 4t H. B. Bryan, Prop'r. October k ao October and November 5 39 November and Decemhfir k December and Januarv. . . n ? February . . " k on Ma3ch t 4X3 March and April ........'.".'...".!!".;. 5 42 The City Cotton Market. Raleioh, I. C.. October 1-& p. w S?l?iddli 99 Strict Low Middling". '. ! '. ! ! ! ! jlo0 Low Middling...... ..... Market quiet. aS!n Cth. Past experience shows K A 11 , uoiter ine lans nf tha c known, the greater its income To know what these plans 1.1 n me company's office XT v. or on any of State. that Society are leco!i! e, caii a: in Greens!. my Agents ia tit S. JONES MANAGER. oct2-tf Notice. I.hH I anfnnn l ... . . . J 11 4. V seoooi will be held in ; "unaing, Saturday, October 4th, By order of the committee: ott2 M KP. Moses, Supt. " . Wanted! Si",0'11'!6 ??T e telegram of xao con n rmr vanh . i. kiixio iui lutj iunera.1. it -.a a c-oj 1,1 , - u,u., auo ne nas tne sympathy of the rn a S0CL Piano. Parties having f,auu9 tu ruut please address, with sept Itt-u. STATE 0nBM,W Baltimore Produce Market. Baltimore, Md., October 1 COTTON ClnsAi n-r.-3J., laudator. " auuuuu8 UP" wJir?UAi"Faiyactlve' Howard Street and ?BUVejZ 3.003:50; do. do. wheat wtent 5U(f VI 0 00: do. do. Btramht. T'-"?: 4-354.G0. w' uu uo' exlra 1 n?H? AT-Soutkera closed firm: Fultz 90(S 1.00: Loneberrv 9ni nn. xr. 1 JUC 93, Western inactive 8nd firm; No 2 wm -tenrfd spot and October 96. ' 0- A 5759; yellow 4iuuii mixed spot 55; 'Soup; 'Soup' Wanted. Bobbitt Hervey. Last A sent p kt "u gwu -i-iie insurance night at 8:C0 o'clock, at the home . of New York" in Raleigh and was no A voice: protcctivo tariff? Meacham pretended to welcome thi, question, but he dodged f it by jp into somo kind of a rambling coKf about the State tax on fertilizers which h9 vs ound up in such a way that nobody could tell where ho stood. noDoaJ Mr. A. C. Creen. Mr. Green started off by saying that " ,7 ' w""uo'11B au saia no was not on the ground to try to mislead anybody SSi wif?11 lte truth-Ho had told wfoSpJ: fho dftChaS Wh0 i3 a Preacr, that tho devil would get him if he didn't He begun his talk by referring to the time when Purnaii ra u ine anorney. e county when Purnell nt,r 1U Mr. Jones said at that TiIl' treasury was depleted 17 it waa only ha f thA timQ ' dna who had cent on it. counted till KiUJt) tuat a man a u ltDl3s ticket could get a At uau io oe snared and dis- not, mnrh nron l . w lino leiL or i r -,w aiuauwUiu taKe nis witness ticket to the court house and get every cent if called for, and this googd anHplendid condition was brought about by a Demo Meacham tfDeS Pal his resPects to idcian. ' reneSade Paon and pol- aud 5?-Wa8a ruenegadeand a traitor aud was fixing to betray somebody hnt he wouldn't be able to fool The people The peoDle wnnin fii u. ywP1?' -a uuu mm onr,. ' rha honpf A . VT " Uim ouc- The nonest A. C. Green towers above him got warmed ud an.l hr1.. Pln! Brer- Meacham. He 7. 1 warmed up. He referred ? r TLwa a renegade Democrat wlm frt;Tvriu getting office was now profe ss ng to be a voTef'Ld0! him?" aowi tit! lu vote ior ur. "uuck" Jones ouluo oi me Co nrArt roi of the bride, on McDowell street, Rev J UUHl, 1. JJ. Migs HaUle jj. nerey were married. Rev W S Black. T) n -nwmeu llie ceremony - .uo i-iuce oi a number of relatives aau inenas. After the marriage the party went im u J LUe re.siaence of the vtuchi an eiejrant werldin served. late P F iP? 13 tU daUghter of the 1,1 ey, a sister of Mr. Rich- .iiCi vey ana Airs. p. c. Ennis and a niece of Mrs. Julia Fisher: ' UOCtOr Rahhiff Ko.-, u ,.QO r"u ut weu ior manv North CaronnaConferc'H ,d was'a Christian Advocate. i.1&u groom, "g repast was The Uitt Carnival. There was high carnival snw last night at Metropolitan opera house A very large audience was present, and the specialties, all of which are good were very greatly appreciated and enjoy' ed I. 1 here are some features in this show which people ought not to ms. W JE??68 ' nJt were: A nlir 7UiavTu y as. Johnson (col); pair of elegant vases, drawn by Jas d, j u"t. va fa Til IV Ann o T 1) SalisLury street. Mr. Morphet will introduce his Great Cremation to-niVht in ,,r.eat on I-.,' 4. - , o ""vu a iivinof ouujl win oe ourned to ashes. lir n . . lUiU- tt7 ttt i'? 10 tue r,gbfc man. Address se W. W. Ha pt 27-tf Tarboro v n " . -l. v. Auction Sale! . To-night, at 8 o'clock p. m., continu ed W U r U G enf stocctsed out at W. G. Separk's, No. 12 East D Goods and Noti -i'liUinery Goods, n rtthin. t i. Vests, ftrmto r ' r;ruTuiuts' o oiioes. m s, x runts Boots, Hats and mith & Woollcott, Tru sSeT oep2G-4w and Valises, Cans. 5G57; Western OATS Closed firm- dO. dO. miYArl ij 2 white 43a4 srauea io. 11YE Closedjiuif.t? Miri -. Ham fil- 1 1 ,"valol 1UUHM BnOUl- dersox,. long clear and clear rib sides fiV sugar pickled shonldpra n . !Lae!..'! smoked shoulders 8 ; hams small 121 large 1112. ' " 12!3; J-iAKl)-liefined 7. COFFEE Closed nnirf. goes 20. 1 ' xuo car- WHISKEY Firm at $1.19. Baltimore Bond Market. New York Money Market. New York. Ofinhoi- 1 m.. at 2 per cent. Exchan ,1 ZStYne7 cjsed rates 4.82(4.88: .T" ei7i .Posted DINNER IS COMPLETE WITHOUT SOLT. Fairbanks Caiinin- Co s Lion JJ,-.n.l Sixtra Choice CHICKEN, 3IOCK TUllTLK AND MUI4LINAT A XV y 12 y, zhR J1AIjF gallon of soup 25c LUBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT. mo? TstrpLti 1 Prominent phvaiciaii- ae tl, most strengtLcmng drink fJr invli.N JMOKED and 4.Bb4.86V Fall 1890. ior GO days, vjuvciuiiieiiiH closed steadv- rates 4.81 sii lor deinanr currency ;s coup. 103. Tll05( Ci Ywrinn s .1 sbId buyryea8rl0ydS the fa" Seasoa Many of the leading lines of silt Asa gpoos, laces and trimminM ar nving, and cannot ho dnniw " vfdCe th d' fe have endvored to pro t l6 desirable goods win k - usc Ine aD07e adv ce will be anpreciatpd hv n, , vui L.un.ui Hru v. H. & Pw. s. Tucker & Co. Can You Tell Me ' set, outh And .no. and they said it like they meant Mr. Jones then took npthe tariff ques tion and made some of those people un derstand how that measure taxed and 2ST Thinem ,inSte!d of making them Mr Pnrpli WlU,5der8t00d then why the tarif?tJit00kack hia assertion that the tariff was making his listeners richer Mr. Jour s then showed how that infa mons Force bill, if enacted into I law would probably place bayonote at thi ballot boxes in this State, and the conse Organ Recital. TU .. xu congregation of the Ohnroh me uooa bhepherd have arranged fnr . grand oran rpnifni " o iu v. uiuu me ma- mficent new organ just received and put up, will be used. The recital will be given on Tuesdav evening, October 7th, at 8 o'clSck? 7 Jf, committee in charge have suc- f d e for the recital, and are Slrue ,f dellStf ul success. . j-ue iun programme will b in Sunday's Ohroxicle. announced Funeral Notice. nVlnnt x .BLree.s, this evening at 4 o clock. Friends invited to attend Where I can find tho hpf on eA0r gentS.ln Raleigh ? Also !"r &853.85; lu'ul4-u" ne You can find not l7!0 Are?. y?u mention, but j yL"i mnaor .noe Ior cents, lndioo tobr i nn ni n h i L 1 . , v -- -"w, 1 .-. - n w a. ai,ii VOU Wlli at. Qm;nJ.m. Swindell has beyond a doubt got the best UL uu snoes, ana sells them for less money than you will find elsewhere, ihey received a lot of four and five dol lar hand-made goods at Swindell's this morning, and they are elegant. A full "wajs on nana, at SwrNDELlS. In ord5r 1)0 test the comparative . merits of the various newspaper ad : vertising mediums, and at the same ; time benefit the readers thereof wS ; one dollar m payment toward Dur : ffh?n f 0r1 more orth of go?ds CU oufc and Psented at time of : Purchase, either in person or by maiL SWIXDELL. Chicago Produce Market active .udlrml 1?&S. Closings: 5fpTn ??ober96 J December my n?S?"r?;tovber 47; December 48. ' OATS October .WV- u Jr.?.' mifs 7wSb6rs6o22; December 6 46. KIBS-October 5.25; December 5.50 New York Produce Market. New Yobk, October 1 FLOUR-Closed dull and in buyers' fal line grades of gprins 2Wiffi .,i favor winter 3.35(?i3.S5: fiZjL J-i?3-7 do. steady: trade anri fa.f""-.." . closed t - uiiii iv rr 1 rt ti .1 if 1 j WHEAT-Closed weak and iZP''50 sales No. 2 red wEtff , 1 er: Pot .ivaii.ws; ao. oc- CORN Closed weak and lowor- a4. t No. 2 mixed 561.; Pot sales vaxo vjiosea dull and lower- ari No 1 white -v o . ,tr epot sales phl KW?n- 2 mixed October 44 V I'UliK Closed dull; mess 11 2 1 9iv " LARD-Closed ani- XnL"i2;.?- . SUGAR-Reflnl '"VV -6 51. iui auu crusned granuiatea u. Broiling Beef, 5 to 8 lb. pckjjs, 15c lb. CALIFORNIA Boneless Hams. 10c lb. Smoked Ox Tongues, 1G 2-3c lb. NEW CROP Porto Rico, Fancy Ponce Cuba and .w. Orleans and ttntiva. 7.06; powdered 6; COFFEE closed steady; fair Rio Cdrtroef, w - Nashville Produce 3Iarket. Nashville, Tenn., October 1 ES. WHITE ltOCK CA.N-DY SVl-.LI'. New Crosse & Blackwtsll'n TO ARRIVE TIILS WEEK : Buckwheat Maccaroni. EDAM AND PINEAPPLE Have you seen those nobby aod stylish Hata from $1.00 to $2.50, at 5 D. S. Waitt's? Naval Stores. Wilmington, N. C. Ootbor 1 u -turpentine closed steaHv Jt? firm: strained m-. ,a in firm at 1.50 Crude Turpentine firm 1.20; yellow dip 1.90; virgin 1.90. ' New Yobk. Ocmhr 1 . . ' ' " - martfi r OHEESE Tar bard LAYER AND SEEDLESS sion from the North to Pittsbo?c ?for fhl benefit of Northern people who w de sire to come South.-&nford Exp?e" Buckleu's Arnica Salve. The Best Sattp in tha rtmA t KrnioQo CJ tti f-i 1. . ' -o, uurea, uicers, oait KDenm, Fe ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil b.ams, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay re--U is Saaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price MacRae Ba by John Y Llil Ut-I I I P 19 (in a 1 t KneSsJ&'ated: "-""Kcai? SARATOGA CHIPODFISH UHAELESTOX, S. turpentine firm at etrained 1.12. C October l.-Spirit8 Roam quiet, good Cincinnati Produce Market. pnw. , cx-att, O., October 1. 11.25. .iu.t,. famn LARD Kettle-dried Ck'r.s W. G. &A. B. STRONACH, GROCERS AND CANDY MAM FACTURERS. -LUCILE- ny KoHer Patent Procosa Srongest, Sweetest, Cheapcet andToat.. r