Newspaper Page Text
STATU dJBItODttOIte, FEID'Ar, OCTOHE'H 10.
APPOINTMENTS. Hon. Z. B. Vance will address the t,oople on the issuos of the campaign at tlu following times and places : Carthago, Saturday, Oct. 11th. Kiyotteville, Monday, Oct. 13th. ; tvousboro, Tuesday, Oct. 14th. HilNboro, Wednesday, Oct. 10th. Durham, Thursday, Oct. 16th. Koxboro, Friday, Oct. 17th. Vanceyville. Saturday, Oct 18th. Danoury, (Stokes co.) Monday, Oct. 20. Morganton, (Fair) Wednesday, Oct. 22 Salisbury, (Fair) Thursday Oct. 23. Hon. H. A. Gudger will address the people on the issues of the campaign, at the following times and places : linden 0. H., Friday, Oct. 10th. Kli. ibeth City, Friday night, Oct. 10. Hertford, Saturday, Oct. llth. 1'Ivri) jnth, Monday, Oct. 13th. Wellington, Tuesday, Oct. 14th. Wiiliamston, Wednesday, Oct. 15th. (trabtun, Friday, Oct. 17th. Newton, Saturday, Oct. 18th. Ufirvard, Tuesday, Oct. 21st. (.icnJorsonville, Wednesday, Oct. 22d. (Aumbus(Polk Co.JThursday.Ost. 23. Kutherfordton, Friday, Oct. 24th. Marion, Saturday, Oct. 25th. Asheville, Monday, Oct. 27th. Hon. It. B. Glenn will address the i.eoj leou the issues of the campaign at llj.' following times and places: Sali-bnry, Friday night, Oct. 10th. Charlotte, Saturday night, Oct. llth. , Seville. Monday night, Oct. 13th. Marion, Tuesday, Oct. llth. Hickory, Wednesday, Oct. 15th. NHteJVille, Wednesday night, Oct. 15. Mt. Airy, Friday night, Oct. 30th. Walnut Oove, Saturday, Nov. 1st. Mr. Ed. W. Pou, Jr., Democratic can Mate for Solicitor of the 4th Judicial di-trict. will speak at the following places in said district : Archer Lodge, October, llth. Hon. M. W. Hanson will address, the p.'-j.le on the itsus of the campaign at ibi' following times and. places: A"u ville, Wednesday, Oct. 10. Marshall, Saturday, Oct. 11. JJurusvillo, Monday, Oct. 13. Ahrion, Tuesday, Oct. 14. fiioir, Wednesday, Oct. 15. Uooue, Thursday, Oct. 16. .Vilktsboro, Saturday, Oct. 18. Taylorsville, Monday, Oct. 20. Statesville, Tuesday, Oct. 21. Hou. G. W. Sanderlin will address the people on the issues of the campaign at the following times and places: Lincolnton, Friday, Oct. 10. Asheboro, Tuesday, Oct. 21. Jonesboro, Wednesday, 22. Troy, Thursday, Oct. 23. Albemarle, Friday, Oct. 24. Hon. F. M. Simmons will address tho people on the issues of the campaign, at the following times and places : Snow Hill, Friday, October 10. Trenton, Saturday, October 11. Taiboro, Monday, Oct. 13. Hon. W. II. Kitchen will address the p-joplu on the curreut questions of the day at tho following times and places : Weldou, Fridpy, Oct. 10th. 3a;Vyu,- 6aiurday, Oct. llth. Kiuston, Monday, Oct. 13th. Snow Hill, Tuesday, Oct. 14th. New Berne, Wednesday, Oct. 15. W. A. Dunn, Esq., will also speak at Kinston, Snow Hill and New Berne. Hon.Chas. M. Stedman will address tho people on the issues of the campaign at tna following times and places: Hurgaw, Tuesday Oct. 21st. Kenansville, Wednesday Oct. 22nd. White ville, Thursday Oct. 23rd. Clurkton, Friday Oct. 24th. liurinburg, Saturday Oct. 25th, (at nijjht.) Charlotte, Monday Oct. 27th, (at Light.) Concord, Tuesday Oct. 2Sth, (at night.) f-alibury, Wednesday Oct. 29th, (at night.) Hou. W. K. Cox will address the people on the issues of the campaign at the following times and places: Nashville, Wednesday, Oct. 22. Ueroa, (Granville Co.) Friday, Oct. 24. Clayton, Saturday, Oct. 25. Merry Oaks, Monday, Oct. 27. Siler City, Tuesday, Oct. 28. KoU'svillo, Thursday, Oct. 30. County chairmen will please advertise literally with handbills and otherwise More the speakings. All Democratic Plers are requested to make these an iWHicenionts. Ed. Chambers Smith, Chairman State Dem. Ex. Com. Joint Canvass, 1th Congressional Dis trict. Hon. B. H. Hunn, the Democratic I'Hndidate, and Prof. Alexander Mclver, tha Republican candidate for Congress of the 4th Congressional District, will Milrcss tho people at the following times ftad places: WAKE COUNT V. Anburn, Friday, Oct. 10. Hood's Store (Mark's Creek), Satur day, Oct. 11. Saturday night, October llth, at jvaketield. At this appointment Hon. 'oh a c. Scarborough will also speak. Prof. Mclver will not be present. Alamance County. Graham Monday night Oct. 13. Pleasant Grovo Tuesday Oct. 14. Mapto Grove School House, Tuesday, nteht October 14. Hellmont Wednesday, Oct. 15. Swepbonville Wednesday,night Oct 15. CHATHAM COUNTY. Mer City, October 22. Ore Hill, at night, October 22. Harper' X Roads, October 23. J earrington's Mill, October 24. Merry Oaks, October 25. Hou John C. Scarborough will ad Jres the people on the political issues the following places: Auburn, Wake county, Oct. 10th. Hood's, Wake county, Oct. llth. iK-rea, Durham county, Oct. 21st. )pMerry Oaks, Chatham codnty, Oct. SEND FOR A COPY OF THE UEIDSVILLE TIMES -Tho Only Endoraod Prohibition Paper In the State. iotr 1.00 PER ANNUM. C. F. LEWIS, Uoidsville, N. C. WAKE COUNTY CANVASS. The Appointments Made for Speakers. The Democratic and Republican can didates for the Legislature, and the county offices will address the people of Wake county at the following times and places. Let all the people bo present and hear the issues discussed: Robertson's Store Friday, 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. TowDship House Wednesday, Oct 2 Gray's Store Thursday, Oct. 23. Smith's Friday, Oct. 24. Garner's Saturday, Oct. 25. BEFORE Cold Weatheu Commences, Coat xovb. Walls and Ceilings With :ALABASTINE: DESTROYS ALL DISEASE GERMS AND BRIGHTENS UP YOUR HOMES. Thousandsof Pounds Have Been Sold in this Market. IT IS NO EXPERIMENT, BUT HAS BEEN PROVEN TO BE ALL WE CLAIM FOR IT. Send for Circular and Sample Card oi 12 BEAUTIFUL, TINTS. . us i m. Raleigh, N. C. & & & FALL TRADE - - 1890. J. J. THOMAS & CO., RALEICiH, N. C, General Commission Merchants, Grocers and Cotton Sellers, Have in store and to arrive 5,000 5,000 5,000 3,000 10,000 yds. 2 lb. second-hand bagging, 50 va. rolls. 2)i Bagging Cloth, 30 yd bd's 2 " New Bagging, 50 " rolls. 2 " 50 ' . 1W " " " 30 " " 1 ,500 Bundles New Arrow Ties. 1 ,000 " Whole and Pieced Ties. Bagging for sheets, Bagging Twine; also Meat, Meal, Corn, Flour, Bran, nay, Sugar, Coffee, &c , all of which we offer upon very best terms. As a COTTON MARKET Raleigh excels all. Her Compress and nu merous buyers here for foreign shipment and State spinners, gives us good demand at all tinvs. We offer our 18 years' experience as sellers to those who wish to sell 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 & CO., Cotton Selleks, sepli-D&W3nios Raleigh, N. C. tdvjafus & Broug-,f0fl Printers Binders RALEIGH, N. C. Having one 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 Rinding and Li Book-keepers will find our Ledgers, Day-books, Cash-books, Ac, very su perior in make and FLAT OPEN- $2.00 will pay for our Great Hand-Book for magistrates, THE N. C. MANUAL, OF Li AAV AND FORMS, latest revision in existence EDWARDS & BROUGHTON, RALEIGH, X. C. A $25,00O FARM. ONE OF THE BEST IN NORTH CAROLINA. Seven Hundred and Fifty (750) Acres For Sale by JNO. A. WILLIAMS, Real Estate Agent, Oxford, N. C. Land for Sale. Six hundred and fifty acres at $7.00 per acre. Two hundred and forty-nine and a half (219) acres at $8.00 per acre. Two hundred and nine (209) 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, eept7-tf Oxford, N. C. Wood ! Wood ! 2K(( CORDS PINE WOOD FOR lOJJ Sale at $2.25 per cord delivered. 8epl3-2mos B. F. CHEATHAM. nun ni in. The Crowning Glory of the Many Wonderful Resour ces ol North Carolina. AN UNSURPASSED TONIC, APPE TIZER AND BLOOD PURIFIER. A SURE CURE FOR Dl'SPEPSIA., 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 Ac HOTEL CO., sePt4-tf Oxford, N. C. Tatapsco Flourin Mills 1774. - - - - 1890. (UGAMBRiLLMfcCo. 1NL Patapsco-Superlative -PATENT- THE PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. MANUFACTURED FROM THE CHOICEST WINTER WHEAT, And makes bread famous for its RICH, CREAM Y Ci LOR AND - Most Delicious Flavor UNSURPASSED FOR BREAD, BISCUIT OR PASTRY. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR PATAPSCO SUPERLATIVE PATENT. MEDOKA HIGH GRADE WINTER PATENT. ROLANDO CHOICE PATENT. PATAPSCO FAMILY PATENT. CAPE HENRY FAMILY . PATAPSCO EXTRA. NORTH POINT FAMILY. CHESAPEAKE EXTRA. BEDFORD FAMILY. ORANGE GROVE EXTRA. PIMLICO (Graham or Unbolted). BALDWIN FAMILY. MAPLETON FAMILY. SEVERN MILLS EXTRA. HOWARD MILLS EXTRA. CAMDEN SUPER. On sale in Barrels and Half Barrels, Half, Quarter, Eighth and sixteenth Sacks. E. i Hill M&iifg L BALTIMORE. AL.F. A. THOMPSON, Agt., sept7-WeFriSun-3m RALEIGH, N. C. Commercial Alliance Life Insurance Company OF NEW YORK. 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 pavment 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 $100 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 five months, nearly a quarter of a million of 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 all communications to J. C. ELLINGTON, State Agt., octl-D2w Raleigh, N. C. THE YARBORO HOUSE. R. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raleigh, N. C. Kates, $2.50 per day. $10.50 to $15 per week HOTEL FLORENCE T. Q. Abbington, Manager, Raleigh, N. C. Rooms, with meala at Yarboro House, $2.00 per day; $10.00 per week. Special rates to lawyers attending Sn. ar8-ly preme Court RICH SIIOVIAGS Colored Dress Fabrics. :o:- Exquisite New Styles of KNOTTED CHEVIOTS SCOTCH iSfLSH H0MESNS m.81'8 HAIK SUITINGS, Ar. -r HENRIETTAS, SERGES, AND BROADCLOTHS. - UK j(K- sSuperb Combination Suits : Great care and teste have been devoted to the selection of our Dress Goods, as well as to our HANDSOME - Dress Trimmings. Special attention ia called to our NEW . MOURNING GOODS ! Wo show a line of Black Goods which has never been surpassed in this market. INSPECTION COSTS NOTHING. AND A Visit to Our Establishment Might be to your benefit. CAUTION W Ij' DelH Shoes are if .is AUi warranted, and every niir has his name and price stamped on bottom? i J vMHSSHl DlES I 75 75 Pi W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE FOR GENTLEMEN. Fine Calf and Laced Waterproof Grain. "f ceilence Jind wearing qualities of this shoe cannot be better shown than by the strong endorse- no .uuuiauua uj. cuuslhui wearers S .00 Genuine Ilnnd-sewed, an elegant and Hjuwiuieas onoe wmen commends itself. Syf.OO Hand-sewed Welt. A fine calf Shoo unequalled for style and durability. SO. 50 Goodyear Welt is the standard dress J Shoe, at a popular price. $O.50 Policeman's Shoe is especially adapted for railroad men, farmers, etc. All made in Congress, Button and Lace. $3&$2 SHOES ladies have been most favorably received since introduced and the recent improvements make them superior to any shoes sold at these prices. Ask your Dealer, and if he cannot supply you send direct to factory enclosing advertised price, or a postal for order blanks. W. 1a. WOLGIiAS, Brockton, Mass. HELLER BROS., Sole Agents for Iialeigh, N. C, 131 Fayette ville Street. oct3-Dtilljanlst PRETTY FURNITURE MAKES COSY HOMES ! COSY HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE ! -AND- A.G, RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day by the liberal terms they offer on all kinds of FUliNITUREl Fancy Chairs I Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! Chamber 8uite, 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 I It will bb like going to a fair. A. G. EHODES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. No. 10 Exchange Place. m i m mi FOR THE BOVS, FOR THE YOUNG 31 EN AND FOR THE OLD HKN OF THE BEST AND LATEST STYLES OF IMPORTED WOOLLENS. My Fall Stools. OF Cannot Be Surpassed in the State, And my prices are REMARKxVBLY LOW. I Employ Only First-Class Workmen And guarantee satisfaction in every particu lar. WINETROB, MERCHANT TA1LOB. 1U Fayetteville St. Valuable Real Estate. I have some of the most desirable property in the growing town of Oxford, N. C, for sale". On my list are gilt-edge lots in the very heart of the town. Also seventy acres, including a handsome new residence, partly in the town and partly in the suburbs price $30,000. This seventy acres could be divided into a great many beautiful building lota, and is worthy the attention of capitalists as an investment. Oxford is a growing town and is located in a Heaven-blessed part of the world. JOHN A. WILLIAMS, Dealeb in Beal Estate, sep20-tf Oxford, N. C. NOW IWEJDY. -:o:- NINTH EDITION OF School History of North Carolina 40,000 Copiesxow i the SehooK ISnt, Per NEW THOROUGHLY REVISED EDITION OF FIRST STEPS IN NORTH CAROLINA HISTORY BY MRS. C. P. SPENCER. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO BOOK-SELLERS AND PUBLISHERS .. RALEIGH, N. O.. ' ISortl. Carolina Headquarters lor School Books, Law CATALOGUE FREE. CROSS & T-iIZSTEIULlsr. NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. WE WILL suow oir tiik 1ALL AND WINTER (fflLOTHING ii EVER BROUGHT UU TO THIS lUI MARKET, INCLUDING ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS AND STYLES. Hais and Furnishing" Goods Department COMPLE TE. New lot of FALL NECKWEAR just opened. It will pay you to inspect our stock. Lowest Prices Guaranteed. inspect our CKOSS & LINE HAN, iuiiumg, - - 5510 FavettevillftS. "7 . . Ally; KJ ZJm G L A S G O W, y A HIE GKANDEST ENTEBPKISE OF THE NEW SOUTH. () SEVERAL AND LAIMJE INDUSTRIES JUST SECURED. OVER ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY 'HOUSES TO BE BUILT AT ONCE. NOW IS THE TIME FOR SAFE IgVTMENT, AND QUICK AND LARGi DAVID FUNSTEN & CO., BEAL E8TATE AND STOCK BROKERS n.. B-It notified in advance, we will meet partiea at" any train'. iau-31-3in Phone 28- -16 IIargett St D. L JOHNSON, Ag t, WHOLESALE Commission Merchant NOWINSTOBE ON CONSIGNMENT: A FINE LOT C, CUT AND EOS imiHK, In white pine barrels. 250 Gallons Strictly Pure Country Cider Vinegar. It pleases all who trv it: 4f)e. pallrm- in o-ti. Ions at 30c. CONSIGNMENTS OF WESTERN N. C. APPLES, I'UTATOES, ONIONS, CABBAGE, CHICKENS, EGGS, &c, &c, Kcceived almost dailj. Orders Filled at Lowest Cash Prices. MY FALL STOCK OF STAPLE, FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES ARRIVING DAILY. LOWEST TRICES. FllEE DELIVERY. Quick sales and prompt returns miaranfpfirt on all consignments. Correspondence from amppers soncitea. Phone 28. D. T. JOHNSON, Ao't. RECEIVED TO-DAY -AT- J. R. FERRALL & CD'S 222 Fayetteville Street. Delaware Martha and Wyoming FI2STE CELERY. VALENCIA ONIONS. FERRIS' PIG HAMS AND BREAKFAST BACON AND SMOKED BEEF. NEW NO. 1 MACKEREL. FINE KOE HERRINGS. New Crop Old-fwhioned BUCKWHEAT. SEND IN YOUR ORDERS. PRICES ARE LOW. 'Phone 88. Prompt Delivery. c c THEE CALIGRAPH" TYPE-WRITER. Greatest speed; beat for manifolding; 100 000 daily users. Price $85.00. Machines rented to reeponsil le 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 beat that can he produced. Price $100.00. Has six additional commercial keys, extra "platen tor manifolding and other valuable improvement. For accounts of speed contests and circulars, address NEWMAN fc SON. Gen'. Aq'ts, Washington, D. O. J. L. Seawell, Agt, Raleigh, N. C. Junl0-8m COLIN M. HAWKINS & CO., INVESTMENT BROKERS, 331 FAYETTEVILLE ST., Raleigh, N. C. WE BU V and SELL on COMMISSION ALL CLASHES OF BONDS, STOCKS, AND COMMERCIAL PAPER. We devote special attention to the negotia tion of BONDS TOWNS, FOR CITIES, RAILWAYS and INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES. Careful attention given to tho Inreatment of funds for out-of-town investors. july4-ev dv fr wk thn ev Sun TERRELL & MOSELEY, Commission Merchants, HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERS, 203 Fayettetll!eSt.,Ral8isli,N.C. STOLEN KISSES is the name ot anew brand of chewing tobacco for which we aro sole agents ip Raleigh. TERRELL 4 M03ELEI. MULLETS--We received the first shirj mentof new mullets yesterday.; . - TERRELL & MOSELEY. PRODUCE-We handle all kUda of country produce on cemmission. Consijrn menta solicited. TERRELL 4 MOSELEY. jneL-tf JAMES MoKLMMON & CO. JAMES MoKLMMON & CO. 133 Fayettztille Htbiet A5D 5 Haboett Ht -BUY THE BEST--BUY THE BEST- We Have Just Received a Full Line of Peteb H kd eiison's GARDEN SEED GARDEN SEED PURITAN POTATOES ONION SETS -Everything Pertaining to the Garden JAMES McKIMMON & CO., JAMES McKIMMON A CO., RALEIGH DYE WORKS, D. W. C. Harris, Proprietor. Dying and cleaning and renovation of clothing a ipecialty. Fast colors guaranteed and wai ranted not to saint. Work done by the latest devices and on the most approved plan. Qloves, curtains, plumes, feathers, and, in fact, everything cleaned and renovated and made as bright and soft as new. Special attention to orders through mail. Call on or write to "HARRIS DYE WORKS," Martin Street, 7l8 . Baligh,N.0.