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STATE OHROHIOIiE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEE 15.
r t!u w8uo of tho campaign at rl nhipps : ; 'Th.ir.-lay, Oct. 10th. n..1.,f W 17th. . n Vim c 3 will addross the i . ",.r.liv. Oct. 18th. Tx ' Stokes co. ) Monday, Oct. 20. f n ;,;:.Mm. (fair) Wednesday, Oct. 22 iViiry. U-Airj Thuwdaj Oct. 23. I ii GudgtT will address the !(;n' 'tho iiiw of tb0 campaign, at tV.ink' times and places : V': on, Wednesday, Oct. 15th. KruhlV. Oct. 17th. r ; ' Tuesday, Oct. 21st. f i i ville, Wednesday, Oct. 22d. f U; ; -Ud'olk Co.)Thursday,Oct. 23. f.': : ; ,r tton. Friday, Oct. 24th. ?."' , . Saturday, Oct. 25th. I I. ' lie, Monday. Oct. 27th. i t- r, Jlenn will addrets the '.i nf the camrjaiern at v A O V. .ATI I I1C iv- A Powiuf? times and places: 1 i t v Wednesday, Oct. 15th. I . ville, Wednesday night, Oct. 15. !;MV.rv Friday night, Oct. 30th. lt'c.oc. Saturday, Nov. 1st. C W. McCrammey's Appointments. Magrnder, Bladen county, Wednes day, Oct. 22. tittle River Academy, Cumberland county, Thursday, Oct. 23. Lockville, Chatham county, Friday, Oct. 24. Green Level, Wake county, Saturday, Oct. 25. Mobanesville, Alamance county, Mon day, Oct. 27. Brassfield, Durham county, Tuesday, day, Oct. 28. Fremont. Wayne county, Thursday, Oct. 30. Faisons Depot, Duplr county, Friday, Oct. 31. Magnolia, Duplin county, Saturday, Nov. 1. South Washington, Pender county, Monday, Nov. 3. Pin n n. The Crowning Glory of the Many Wonderful Resour ces ot North Carolina. HHIB 11 AN UNSURPASSED TONIC, APPE TiZER AND BLOOD PURIFIER. aluut Cove, ruiuru i M W. Hanson will address the ? f a 'tl1(. 'issues of tho campaign at rJ !,i:..iitf times and places: v:,lnes.ly. Oct. 15. B I ' ' ll.urslnv, Oct. 10 Saturday, Oct. 18. f iWvilltN Monday Oct 20. il ,,..,vilU', Tuesday, Oct. 21. I'1";., h ritv. Thursday, Oct. 23. t'mouth, Martin county, Saturday, hibifljjton Beaufort county, Mon- Citric, I'mLy, Oct. 31 iUlei, ill ins lu r. W Sanderlin will address the campaign at V f, W. Sanderlin will ai t'louthe issues of tho ca iviekirt, Tuesday, Oct. 21. i cri). Wednesday, 22. TrV. Tinirsilay, Oct. 23. Ji. FrulayOct. 21. Jt)3. ff. 11. Kitchen will address the L'ou Vac curreut (questions of the JvattliH following times and places : 'Kevt Pcrue, Wednesday, Oct. 15. lutiu, VH, will also speak at dvoa, Sr.ow Ihll and New Berne. h' Uel Hill, Tuuslay, K-t. 21. .V;uille. Durham county, Wcdncs- Vu..tc"k'l, IVrson county, Thursday, 0t v:-. ,V;:i!v r, Btrtir? county, Saturday Oc- li;i:Ti-l:.-vii!'. Hertford county, Mon dv, Oc: .'r -T. Khttcsville, TUfHday, October 23. Il'.kntoi), Thur.-d iy, October 30. n';,an t':i City, Friday October 31. S,uth Mills Camden county, Satur diy. Nov. 1 ScutlaLd Ntck, Halifax com dipla.on diy Suv. 3. .orth L'aro ;L L Smith, K q , "Liberty, N. hh utM'ia)--or, Il?rrtUvjfi-very dura- J l'v.iuii, Biubtth City and South Hon. Chas. M. Stedman will address the people on the kuesof tho campaign It ttso following times and places: i Hurgaw, Tuesday Oct. 21st. K-nausvule, Wcduesday Oct. 22nd. Wiiiti'Ville, Thursday Oct. 23rd. (lirkton, Friday Oct. 24th. Iiuriuburjj, Saturday Oct. 25th, (at I Charlotte, Monday Oct. 27th, (at Uauord, Tuesday Oct. 2sth, (at night.) Hon. John C. Scarborough will ad dress tho people on the political issues at the following places: Easons, Nash county, Oct. 17. Hunts, Nash county, Oct. 18. Berea, Durham county, Oct. 21st. Merry Oaks, Chatham codnty, Oct. 25th. Osgood, Chatham county, Oct. 27. Mt. Vernon Springe, Chatham county, Oct. 28. J Hon. B. F. Grady, Democratic candi date for Congress in the Third district, will address the people of Moore county as follows : Jouesboro, Wednesday, October 15. Carthago Thursday, October 16. Carter's Mills, Friday, October 17. 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. II You Can't Buy from Your Druggist, Address PANACEA SPRINGS & HOTEL CO., sept4-tf Oxford, N. C. Cold Weather Commences, Coat Youb Walls and Ceilings With -:ALftBASTINE:- DESTROYS ALL DISEASE GERMS AND BRIGHTENS UP YOUR HOMES. Thousrtudsof Pounds Have Ueen 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 of 12 BEAUTIFUL TINTS. 9 J, Raleigh, N. O ssffi A N D 1 PATAPSCO Flouring - - Mills, 1774. - - - - 1890. PATENT vCAGAMBR Co., Patapsco- Superlative PATENT- BICH SHOWIN G8 Colo ted Dress Fabrics. NOW IWEJDY. -:o:- -:o:- NINTH EDITION OF Sobool History of North Carolina, By Mai, Jo3an W. Moore. ' 4O,000 Copies Now in the School. Price 85 Cents Per Uopy Post-paid. Exquisite New Styles of KNOTTED CHEVIOTS ENGLISH HOMESP UNS SCOTCH PLAIDS CAMEL'S HAIR STTTTTKHS WHIP-CORDS :o: NEW THOROUGHLY REVISED EDITION OF FIRST STEPS IN NORTH CAROLINA HISTORY BY MRS. C. P. SPENCER. :o: T"lfi'iji--LACt &.&kat., I Both teachers rl mmil. I, .. ..... VT ii i: . v" ucuynum nnie dock; 2SH pa sea bean- titullv bonntl. Pripo 7.i enntg hr moil ,i. , 1 i ' tn wu AND BROADCLOTHS. mm Superb Ccmbinicn Suits 9mm Gret Care and taste havft bfipn rJpvnt-pfl tr the selection of our Dress Goods, as well HANDSOME DressTrimmings. Special attention is called to our NEW MOURNING GOODS! We ahow 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. Published bv ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO.. BOOK-SELLERS AND PUBLISHERS, RALEIGH, N. C, North Carolina Headquarters ior School Books, Law Book?, &c, &c. CATALOGUE FREE. CROSS & LUSTEHlsr. NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. WE WILL SHOW NOW IN A FEW DAYS ONE OF TflE NICEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF 15ALL AND TOINTER Ji EVER BROUGHT WW TO THIS c LOTHING MARKET, W. Li. Douglan Shoes are every pair UAUT1UN rri has his name and price stamped on bottcin mm, jLipo 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. Holleman Buihlin, - CROSS & LINEHAN, 210 Fayetteville St. L ASGO "W, "V.. :o: ' THE GRANDEST ENTERPRISE OF TI-IE IsTE'W SOUTH. :o:- SEVERAL Kl;W AND LARGE INDUSTRIES JUST SECURED. W. La DOUGLAS VER NE HUNDRED AND FIFT HOUSES TO BE BUILT AT ONCE awards & BroughtQ!) Printers! Binders RALEIGH, N. C. Ilaving 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 Bindins and THE PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. MANUFACTURED FROM THE CHOICEST WINTER WHEAT, And makes bread famous for its RICH, CREAMY COLOR AND Most Delicious Flavor UNSURPASSED FOB BREAD, BISCUIT OR PASTRY. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR iO ORJIiE? FOR gnVE GENTLEMEN. Fine Calf and Laced Waterproof Grain. The excellence and wearing qnalitiws of this shoe cannot be better shown than by the strong endorse ments of its thousands of constant wearers. $00 Genuine Ilanil-sewed, an elegant and m3 stylish dress Shoe which commends itself. $Jt .OO Haml-sewed Welt. A fine calf Shoe fr unequalled for style and durability. $0.50 Goodyear Welt is the standard dress w Shoe, at a popular price. SO.SO Policeman's Shoe is especially adapted O for railroad men, farmers, etc. All made in Congress, Button and Lace. $3 & $2 SHOES 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. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. HELLER BROS., Sole Agents for Raleigh, N. C, 134 Fayetteville Street. oct3-Dtilljanlst NOW IS THE TIME FOR SAFE INVESTMENT, AND QUICK AND LARGIL DAVID FUNSTEN & CO., IMr.L Estate and Stock Chokers 23?"lt notified hi advance, we will meet parties at any "train. , . . GLA8C-W, rA. aug31-3m) Phone 28 - J; Kr,GTi' Ht 1 tight.) luuhday Oct. 29th, (at I Hon. W. Ii. Cox will address the Hileou the issues of the campaign at 111.' fol t itLVilU'. Weiluesilav. Off 90. wre.i, (urauvuieUo.) Friday, Oct. 21. tlayton, Saturday, Oct. 25. 0-ko.kI, Monday, Oct. 27. Ml. NoriiOu Snrinps.Tn ! lIcsville, Thursday, Oct. aO. :) I 1;. I. Grady, tho Democratic r.o:n'.a. v or Congress in the Third Con KJiunal district will address the peo- m tho current issues of tho day at 'Wlowiug times and places: Joawtwro, Wednesday, Oct. 15. Urthase, Thursday, Oct. 10. yMv' Mills, Friday, Oct. 17. -tr appoiutmcnts will bo mado in - W M. liohbins will address tho jy on the issues of tho campaign at iandolih Co., Tuesday, "I'lT ,l. SjMit Springy Uarnett Co., Wed- v;.; oj' Hon Co., Thursday, Oc- Jin WiLsou Co., Friday, Oct. 24. 2 pU Ca' Saturday, Oct. 25. oVr1Sm' Alamauco Co' Tuesday, Oc- U ;;vi Forsyth Co., Wed lav )Z) Davidson Co.,Thurs tobsr!?GroVe llowaQ Co., Friday, Oc it QA'W11 Please adTcrtiao Li,1'11' handb lls ftn,l ntl,pr,vi0a V Book-keepers will find our Ledgers, Day-books, Cash-books, Ac., very su perior in make and FLAT OPENING. $2.00 will pay for our Great Iland-Book for magistrates, THE N. C. MANUAL OF LAW AND FORMS, latest revision in existence. PATAPSCO SUPERLATIVE PATENT. MEDORA 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. PRETTY FURNITURE MAKES COSY HOMES 1 COSY HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE I -AND- On sale in Barrels and Half Barrels, Half, Quarter, Eighth and Sixteenth Sacks. EDWARDS & BROUGHTON, RALEIGH, N. C. mm Mill 'A BALTIMORE. A.G. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day by the liberal texms they offer on all kinds of FURNITURE! Fancy Chairs! Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! Chamber Suite, complete, in great variety Broken Suits provided if desired. D, T. JOHNSON, ftg't, WHOLESALE Commission Merchant NOW IN STORE ON CONSIGNMENT: A FINE LOT ii, c, cut m m mimi In white pine barrels. 250 Gallons Strictly Pure Country Cider Vinegar. It pleases all who try it; AOc. gallon; 10 gal lons at 30c. CONSIGNMENTS OF WESTERN K. 0. APPLES, POTATOES, ONIONS, CABBAGE, CHICKENS, EGGS, &c, &C, Received almost daily. Orders Filled at Lowest Cash Prices. MY FALL STOCK OF STAPLE, FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES ARRIVING DAILY. LOWEST TRICES. FREE DELIVERY. Quick sales and prompt returns guaranteed on all consignments. Correspondence from shippers solicited. Phone 28. D. T. JOHNSON, Ao't. ONE OF A $25,00O FARM. NORTH FALL. TRADE - - 1890. ines- J.J. THOMAS & CO., RALEIGH, N. C, General Commission Merchants, Grocers and Cotton Sellers, -Have in store and to arrive- 10,000 yds. 2i lb. socond-hand bagging, 50 yd. rolls. 5,000 " 2 " Bagging Cloth, 30 yd bdls .1,000 " 2K " iSew sagging, w - rons. ,000 " 'Z oo Wf Jry th ua "apdbill8 and otherwise l ,500 Bundles New Arrow Ties. I PMi'N aI pcakln?3- All Democratic 1000 " Whole and Pieced Ties. to: , v 4"lusiea to make theso an- Bagging lor saeexs, sagging iwmi, 7rtr Vlnnr. limn. TTav. Sncrar. iJAV .. Vy AUVWAy tva " -v J J ml J Coffee. &c. all of which we offer upon very 1t tAmu A a COTTON MARKET ilirmari f .... ' I .... . . .. n.. ..i J.;. . . uviu. tux. uom. itaieign excels an. xier oompreua nuu ,VittvM. 1 1 iT V. -1 . ... merous ouyers nere ior ioreigu snipiueui, auu lyOllirriMiiiniml Ilia- 01.1 : T A omon . nl ir,ri I tim.o Wo nffai. nnr is vBura' fiTnerience as ALF. A. THOMPSON, Agt., Bept7-WeFriSun-3m RALEIGH, N. C. NOVELTIES IN zMILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS Arriving daily at MSS MAGGIE REESKfc BEST DESIGNS IN TRIMMED GOODS Prom French and English Importers. We will accommodate yon and please yon you will let us, We have too many things to talk about. Come and see them 1 It will be like going to a fair. A. G. RHODES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. No. 10 Exchange Place. TERRELL & MOSELEY, Commission Merchants, HEAVY AND FANCY e: THE BEST IN CAROLINA. Seven Hundred and Fifty (750) Acres For Sale by JNO. A. WILLIAMS, Real Estate Agent, Oxford, N. 0. PIANO O IANOO AND AND ORGAN O RGANO- STOCK THE LARGEST. Terms tlie Best. JPrices the Lowest. Knabe, Kranich & Bach, Wegman. Kimball Miller, Kimball, Needam BANJOS, iUITARS, "TririLINS, ANJOS, VTUITARS. V IOL1NS, AND EVERYTHING IN THE MUSICAL LINE. -Best line of- AT LOWEST PRICES. Write us for circulars, catalogues, &c. NORTH STATE MUSIO CO., Cecil G. Stone, Mq'e, 113 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. O. COLIN M. HAWKINS & CO., INVESTMENT BROKERS, 331 FAYETTEVILLE ST., Raleigh, N. C. 203 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. C. jLand for Sale. Six hundred and fifty acres at $7 CO per acre. Two hundred and forty-nine and a halt (2ld) 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, sept7-tf Oxford, N. C. STOLEN KISSES is the name ot anew brand of chewing tobacco for which we are sole agents ip Raleigh. TERRELL & MOSELEY. ALL THE LEADING SHAPES IN' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Hats, Caps ana Bonnets. MULLETS-.We received the first ship ment of new mullets yesterday. TERRELL & MOSELEY. foa. n ti f .i i . litinn .a r, I ""'lilt' .11 t. . ' Aycuiuui uuu I iuuuu " " . . ; IL ti nil l'rnf nt.T will. whorA desired, make .VUblican ';rtt"ueclver. vancesuDon bills of lading - il; dK , uumace ior uoncrresa t .int timB. vve oner our is years oipencu countrv moduc sellers to those who wish to sell upon arrival The ladies will find many things to interest irJ oUcited aA fimao Tchrt wiaVi tn hnlrl for hicher nrices. fy,Am in looking through our new stock at mDUW o"". Mir.... vonre.ssional Distriof in 1 !'l W 1 1 10 at th0 following times T. u .ISThursaavOfitnWiA tims. We offer our 18 years' experience as for higner prices, liberal cash au- or cotton in store. storage charges. J. J. THOMAS & CO., Cotton Sellers, sepH-D&WSmoa Raleigh, N.O. PRODUCE We handle all kinds of oduce on cemmission. Consign- m m mm FOR THE BOYS, FOR THE YOUNG MEN AND FOR THE OLD 31 EN OF THE BEST AND LATEST STYLES OF IMPORTED WOOLLENS. WE BUY and SELL on COMMISSION ALL CLASSES OF BONDS, STOCKS, AND COMMERCIAL PAPER. We devote special attention to the negotia tion oi TOWNS, FOR CITIES, RAILWAY'S and INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES. Careful attention given to the Investment of funds for out-of-town investors. julv4-ev dv fr wk thn ev Sun THE YAKBOKO HOUSE. E. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raueigh, N. C. Kates, $2.50 per day. f 10.50 to 115 per week 209 Fayetteville St. jne!7-tf TERRELL & MOSELEY. Valuable Lands for Sale. 2&y Fall Stock GOOD REASONS OF Valuable Real Estate. n.A 4k irAi. 1 I aai Dleasantlv located, near all that is Bv virtue of the power contained in the r;n und testament of Richard Gwyn, de- fAaBfld we R R. and T. L. Gwyn, executors of interest and on the main street, where all hn.. Ti . I I nfagirl Will. Will BCll b " I "" mo wil tjaa. "Pf"""" 'Kir 1l! MUU ,i inursaaV niahtl . . "lo lr " ' wnflaav thA 1.h dav Of NO- krufl Arxr rnnd hrn nf W H .V, R. S. C. . " I have some of the most desirable property premises, uu "--y . Hiu iVm October 17. l?w, ' wfte htmdred acres, more or less, in j 2-I find everything neat and clean at the .1,.V Fridav niM,. a.u. m r," "A i X " 2Z. !Z -1 1 V n;;; nnntv. N.O . on the waters of Mitchell Moscley House, and leel as if at home, for 11, i''! Ill vj.i r 'ru vutouor 1 1. 01 me wwn. aiho aeveuiy swdo,iuvuuju&- u..; - ---.. TPnrlr The landa are in a thev mab mo n U, ..... oatUraav id. handsome new residence, nartly m the town river ana douui - M w -m. I A. L n n ST U1Y IJ I I HM llll m.l kllfl LIl J A. I . 1 I MII1 I lil I Wt TI 1 TI If MM 1 IT I iH I I If l H I I I I tt .nKnriir a tso .(MM). Tnis verv neaiiuv BDtu"i . r .. .... it. mineral ores, &c. '.ri t?.ttt"rdy October 16 S , UUTIUM y night Ct0ber 18' Ore Hi yUclber22. W October 22. Sin 2J:T: b .ober 23. and partly in the suburbs-price $30,000. Thi s very timbered with fine seventv aires could be divided into a great Elkin, well watered L and 'Jj many beautiful building lots, and isworthv water power, and thought to contain aiuaDie the attention or capitalists as an jntv Terms cash, as the time has arrived for the I can enjoy one of the $ood meals you canal IJS!21fA l0Catedm seSSnt of Ihe estate. ways geat the Mo, Jey Honae 4 50 cents. Gentlemen well cared for and as pleasant as any seaside resort no flies, and the Rotating Fly Fans keep one cool and pleasant, while I Heaven-blessed tart of the world. JOHN A. WILLIAMS, Dealeb in Real Estate, sep20-tf Oxford, N. 0. R. R. and T. L. GWYN, 4 An enterprise that the travelling public Executors of Richard Gwynn, dee'd. i ahou, appreciate and patronize is the Mose Elktn, N. 0., Oct. 9, 1890. (octlO-30d ley F ue. (jnlylT-tf Cannot Be Surpassed in the State, And my prices are REMARKABLY LOW. I Snploj Only Firsl'Ckss Vferha And guarantee satisfaction in every particu lar. WINETROB, MERCHANT TAILOR. lUFayettevilloSt. HOTEL FLORENCE T. G. AsaiyGTOK, Manager. Raleigh, N. C. Booms, with meals at Yarboro House, 1X00 per day; $10.00 per week. Special rates to lawyers attending So-.r8-ly prame Court RALEIGH DYE WORKS, D. W. C. Harris, Proprietor. Dying and cleaning and renovation of clothing a specialty. Fast colors guaranteed and wai ranted not to saint. Work done by the latest devices and on the most approved plan. Gloves, curtains, plumes, feathers, and, in fact, everything cleaned and renovated ftnfl made as bright and soft as new. Special attention to orders through mail. Call on or write to "IIARRT3 DYE WORKS," Vivrr; Street,. - ii-r'sV. N. 0.