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STATE CXETRONTOLiE, TUESDAY OCTOBEE 21
REGISTER. There are only four days now before Registration closes. JiOt every Demo crat register and see that his neighbor does likewise. LET US DO OUR DUTY. Let the white men 'of Wake do their daty. Self preservation and a proper sense of pride demand that thay no longer allow negroe3 and negro lovers to control the connty. There is a senti ment in the State that if Wake connty, with 1,200 white majority, elects Radi cals, it ought to be in the negro district. Read the folio wing from the Warrenton Gazette: If Wake does not redeem herself in November next, she ought to be classed with the politically damned counties and put in the 4,black belt." She deserves no better fate. KALKWH IN BIUEF. COMI.NCi AKI ;01NG. SECOND WARD RALLY. orae of The Folks Yon Know c Ex-Senator Qo to the Court House to night to hear Atcock and McIver expound the gospel of Democracy. HOW THEY LIE. The Desperate Resort ol a Revenue Ross to Make Campaign Fodder A Mean and Villianons Representation by a Ratcal of a Politician. The Davie Times of this week has the following : 'We are informed that Revenue officer John Hendricks, who is the "Boss" Re venue officer's candidate for the House in the county, in discussing at Farming ton the bill appropriating money to keep up the military companies of the State, after using language too indecent for us to publish, charged that on the Sunday before the bill was voted on, a "political harrangue" was made by a preacher in Raleigh in favor of the bill. The facts as we learn them were that Rev. L. L. Nash, chaplain of the Raleigh military company and a consecrated Methodist minister, did in the First Baptist church in Raleigh preach a solemn and inter esting sermon to the company at the time referred to in the presence of a large congregation. Now the "Revenue Rings ter," by implication charges the good Baptist people of Raleigh with permit ting a "political harangue" to be made in their church on Sunday, and he open ly charges so good a man as Rev. L. L. Nash with shamefully belittling bis sac LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND VHOII D Til h CAi'i i All. Short Items of News Gathered on the Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. Five new scholars were enrolled at the Central Methodist. Sunday school last Sunday. A theatrical company begins a week's engagement in Metropolitan on next Monday night. A large colored military company ar rived in the city from Charlotte yester day to attend the colored fair. Twelve long freight trains were sent out from the Kaleigh & Gaston railroad depot yesterday before twelve o'clock. How is that for business? A new residence is going up on Boy Ian Avenue. There is nothing strange about this, for they are going up all over town. Raleigh grows steadily and never spasmodically. A series of meetings was begun in Edenton Street M. E. church last night by the pastor, Rev. Dr. J. H. Cordon. The meetings will be continued nightly through the week. T& rick Spencer, an old colored man who died in this city recently, held a life insurance policy in the Virginia Life Insurance Company, and on Saturday his widow was paid that amount. Mr. Jos. E. Pogue, of Raleigh, was awarded the premium for the best dis play of manufactured tobacco at the fair, and he also won the premium for the best box of manufactured tobacco. Builders and contractors will be inter ested in an announcement made by Ma j . Jno. (J. Winder in this issue. He will receive bids for the constrnction of the new union depot until November 1st. Turner's N. C. Almanac for 3891, bet ter known as the "old reliable" has made its fifty-fourth annual appearance. It is to be hoped that Mr. James H. Enniss, the vetuan publisher, will live long enough to issue fifty-four more edition?. Prof. T. Wood resumed his vocal mu sic lectures and instruction at the Bap tist Tabernacle last night. The instruc tion is free to all, and all persons desir ing to learn how to read music- and how to sing have a cordial invitation to attend the lectures. Regular meeting of Manteo Lodge, No w y-v . a. A VH 8, i. u. u. j. to nignt 7:3U. vvorK in the third degree. Candidates for this degree will take notice and presen themselves promptly, and it is hoped that every member will be present. Vis 'km; Avrock. Fsq., and ,Jclvr Will address The Hon, Jd'u.i red office and desecrating the holy church in which he stood by -making a politi- iting lrethren cordially invited. purposes, and that the Democrats had prevailed on him to do it. What say the good Baptists and Methodists of Davie county? Will you vote for this "Reve nue up-start" who so shamefully slan ders your church and minister?" Tho above goes to shoar to what des perate straits some "rada"aro reduced for material with which to work on tho prejudices of the ignorant. It also shows how iiidtcently lo down some ra.is" will get to accomplish that end. It is only necessary to say that lis v. Dr. Naah was the regular chaplain of the Guard; that he preached a sermon to the Guard once month regularly, alternating the servics at tho various churches in the city. This practice was kept up for some time, and several sermons were preached by the the chaplain, both before and after the time referred to by the "radical" who is 80 badly off for want of something to talk about. And it is very safe to say A-jjatv-E G-si-cvA Jam, D. Qlenn is Mr. S. M. Parish of this city attended a meeting of the State Prohibition execu tive committee at Greensboro last week The executive committee is instructed to put a good man in the field at ouce to canvass the State and organize prohibi tion clubs in every locality. Rev. Dr. Chas. E Taylor is visiting; the people of Raleigh, particularly those of the Baptist denomination, iu the in terest of Wake Forest coilee endowment fund. For every two dollars of endow ment which the Baptists of t'ic State will raise between now and March lot. Mr. Bostwick, of New York, will give an ad ditional dollar. Dr. Taylor has put the sum to be raised in this State at $50,000, and if it be secured, Mr. Bostwick will add another $25,000. W. R. Allen, Esq , of Goldsboro is in he city, Mr. w. II, Pace Las gone on a Western business trip. Dr. k. JVl. Patterson, of Cary, was here yesterday. Mr. Ed. Sholarof Chattanooga, Tenn., spent yesterday here, Miss Gussie Carroll has gone to Wins ton on a pleasure visit. Miss Mildred Badger has gone to Goldsboro to visit friends. Hon. G. W. Sanderlin went up on the Western train yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Bettie Strndwick, of Clayton, is in the city visiting Mrs. I. H. Rogers. Dr. W. I. Busbee is reported as being quite sick at his home in thi3 county. Miss Marion Cook has returned from New York and is the guest Miss Carrie Murray. Hon. Thos J. Jarvis passed through the city yesterday en route for his home iu Pitt county. Judge E. T. Boykin arrived here on Sunday afternoon and is presiding at Wake civil court R. H. Smith, Esq , who has been here for a week past returned to Halifax county yesterday. Mr. H. H. Reynolds of Winston who has been spending several days here re turned home yesterday. Miss Fannie Burwell of Charlotte pass ed though the city yesterday en route for a visit to friends in Goldsboro. Miss Ross Smith who has been visiting Miss Anna Crow returned to her home in Harnett county yesterday. Miss Maggie Bobbitt, of Littleton, who has been on a visit for some weeks to friends in this city, retnrned home yes terday. Hon. B. H. Bunn went up to Durham last night and will carry on the Congres sional canvass in Durham county for the next few days. Capt. and Mrs. W.B. Hallett who have been visiting Captain Francis Hallett's family returned to their home in Spar tanburg, b. C, yesterday. Miss Nan Smith, of Scotland Neck, daughter of that accomplished civil engineer, Peter E. Smith, Esq., and Miss Sallie Baker, of Florida, a most at tractive descendant of the Baker family of North Carolina, aie the guests of Miss Wood at the Insano Asylum. Grand Sire C. M. Busbae, of the Sovereign Grand Lodge I. O O. F. has recently reenvod invitations to visit Mi!iao.---ta, "ioeoi,S;;i, Iv$:'tucky and Tennessee, bur. a;n b.-f -i compelled to de- cm-o them au o a a-c nut 01 troleasio?.al business. Hi l.-vV pv.totk-e ios;.. now is suca -h cannot b-' nosrpone.i ueglectd ad Vi. pre.vurf a won i.im bt. , -iudes hi.! acceptance ci the many lvita-Jona ho is receiving. Go to the Court Hou?e to niht to hear Aycock and McIver expound the gospel of democracy. n. . eoie- On Tuesday niht, October 2lst, there will be a grand rally by the Democrats of the Second Ward Club. Chas. B. Aycock, Esq , of Wayne, and Ex Senator Duncan E. Mclvtr, of fAnrBtwn of North Carolina's most eloquent youug orators voters of the Second voters of the ci y. The SDeakine will commence at eight o'clock sharp in the Court house. Every voter in the city is coraiaiiy mvuea w bs present. Lat us give tfce eloquent speakers a rousing audience. YV. KJ CCU 11, Pres. 2nd Ward Club. R. W. Taylor, Sect. THE WORLD'S C0MMEKCE. -will address the Ward and other 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 be present and hear the issues discussed: Myatt's Mill Tuesday, Oct. 21. Township House Wednesday, Oct. 22. Gray's Store Thurs lay, Oct. 23. Smith's -Friday, Oct. 24. "Garner's Saturday, Oct. 25. The Democrats of Davie county nomi nated the following ticket: For the House, E. C. Smith; for Sheriff, Isaac Rnherts: for Clerk. Wilson Merrill; for Register, George Bingham; for Treasur er, M. C. Ijames; for Surveyor; S. J Tatum; for Coroner, Dr. B. O. Clement. They are worthy the support of every honest man. Samuel M. Hobson Esq was endorsed for the Senate Davie Times. . New Advertisements. W. H . & 11. S. 1 ucker & Co. Th9 New Tariff Law. Jno. C. Winder Notice to Builders. SPECIAL NOTICES. D. T. Swindell wants to buy a saddle pony. Call on him. New York, tin board, Price i coiton circular October 20. a Company, to-nii?ht say Meters. their "A in day of the largest receipts on record, a decline -of two points in Liverpool, rather closer money in New York and London and an intensely bearish senti ment, that teems to grow more pro nounced as prices decline, are the in fluences that have affected a depression of about ten points intha market for the contracts here to-day. The general opin ion seem? to be that lower prices are in evitable in consequence of the necessity for immediate realization upon the large receipts coming to hand." "Rpnpmts at the Dorts estimated at 76,000 bales, against 64,394 bales last week, and 53,724 bales last year. The sDot market is easy at 1-16 de cline in quotation; middling uplands 10 1-4; sales 56o bales. Transactions in futures to-day were 120.000 bales. Fatures closed 1 to 2 points lower for most months as follows: October 9 83 November 9 8788 December 9 93-94 January 10 00-01 February 10 0607 March. 11 11-12 April 10 18-19 May 10 26-27 June 10 33-34 Cotton. By an expiT mill. Will bay i :ncl octlG lw The City. Galveston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia Savannah, New OrieaiiB Mobile, Memphis, Augusta, Louisville, St. Louis, Sale Tone. Mk't Bet- Ex. 700 Easy 9 7-8 1568 1544 4221 Steady 9 11-16 7432 .... Nom'l 10 1-4 20 .... Weak 10 1-4 91 1854 Quiet 9 1-2 2541 5565 Steady 10 3-4 125 1750 Quiet 9 3-8 1848 .... 6000 Steady 93-4 1714 1058 600 Easy 9 11-16 3535 3200 Stead v 9 5-8 1165 .... 1249 Quiet 10 3-4 349 ... Firm 10 1-4 800 Steady 9 3-4 1620 Wanted. A bright, active boy one who can read and write. Apply at this office. A first-class House. Wanted. cook at the Moseley oct8 tf. WASTED -A Swindell's. first-class salesman at Wanted. Resident salesman at Raltigh to Fell our wrapping paper, vinegar and cider 2 trade. Address with stamps, Thos. M McHee fc Co , MaDHfield, Ohio. to t: Wanted. In Liverpool spot cotton closed steady; middling uplands 5 11-1C; sales 8,000 bales. Futures closed as follows: October 5 38 October and November 5 3435 November and December 5 35 December and January 5 33 34 Januarv and Febmaiv 5 33 34 February and March. 5 35 March and April 5 3637 The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, N. C, October 20 5 p. Good Middling 9 Strict Middling 9 Middling 9K Strict Low Middling Market quiet. M. txp- An honest negro hoy ab vat 18 y-'ur.s o.a. One ho has had so.'ne ex;nier ve in r.r.ntins office. Apply at Cekonicle 3i( Go to the Court House to night to hear Aycock and McIver expound the that at the time, Dr. Nash knew nothing gospel of Democracy. at all about the provisions of the State Guard bill. It had not been discussed. But why does the "revenuer" want to kick up so much fuss over that bill ? Attempted Suicide. A TRAGEDY IN JOHNSTON. A Woman Frightened to Death Rv a Desperate Revenuer He Escaped, But the People are Wanting Him. Reports were received here last night of a peculiar tragedy in Johnston county. Deputy Collector Pat Massoy and T"V a. r 1 1 -ww -m .uepuiy aiarsnai u. . lowers were Information has just been received from Peinell, in this county, of an at tempted suicide there last week. Mr H. Baker attempted to kill himself raidi the vicinit f F(mr Qak t by taking laudanum. He had been drink- ,. .6 .... .. . ine to some extent the week before, and shlP for llllclt distilleries. in that condition he abused his wife to a The officers found a still in a secluded ereat degree. Then he became anery place and also saw two men there. But with his employer, Mr. Ed wards, for some the men saw the officers also, and smell cause ana went to a store ana procured ins trouoie ran on cowara a nouse on a two ounce phial of laudanum. He drank the opposite side. the fluid and was afterwards found ly- -the officers suspected that the men ing on a bale of cotton sleeping very heav- were iQ the house and went there. They ily with the phial by his side. found a woman named Mrs. Creech in A physician was summoned, a crowd the house, and asked her where the men congregated ana alter some vigorous were. one euner aian i Know or pounding and pulling about. Baker was wouldn't tell anything about the men. revived to consciousness and is now re ported as being well. The Chamber of Commerce. The chamber of commerce meets to night. - Some very weighty and impor tant matters will be brought up, princi pal among which will be a plan for pav ing the sidewalks all over town, regard- GRAND MRE C. M. BUSBEE. His Attendance and Address at Wor cester, Mass., on the Occasion of Laying The Corner Stone ot The Odd Fellows' Temple. Grand Sire C. M. Busbee returned to his home in this city on Saturday last, from Worcester, Mass., where he offici ated at the lavin$r of the corner stone of the Odd Fellows' Temple. While there he made an address to Massachusetts people of which the Dailv Worcester Telegram says: 'Une of trie features of the occasion was the address of Grand Sire Busbee, which, for the beauty and force of its diction, is almost as interesting to an outsider as to the members of the order who fully understand the ritualistic re ferences." The address was published in the Tel egram and is a model in style and sub ject matter. We regret that we have not space to copy it. Ihe following "Exchange of compli ments" is printed in the Massachnsetts papers: Tue addresses of the Grand Sire and governor at the Itink, yesterday, con tained impromptu paragraphs which do m m r . . I mi 1at . less oi cost oi expense, is every body aus people oi tne community are very roady to deal with the matter? indignant and are very wrathy; and re- And there are some thincs "on the Ports come to the effect that the people move" which may be reported. A meet- of the whole vicinity are hunting for ing of progressive business men was lowers, and if he is caught he will be Held in the Mayors office last Saturday lynched. ana something great and fortuitous is on Then Flowers, who is a desperate kind of a character, began to curse and abuse Mrs. Creech, and threatened to kill her if she did not tell where the men were. Flowers' terrible abuse and threats had a fata effect, for she fftll ric-hr. dnwn nn 0k"- wiuu oueeipioaaeu tao the floor and died in the presence of the omcers. Flowers at once left the section and he has not been seen since the occurrence. the verge of happening. There may be something said about it. Come and see. The Ci ruber Concert. The Gruber Family gave a concert in Metropolitan hall lost night which was enjoyed and appreciated by the audince present. Members of the family from three years old and upward participated. Miss Gruber is quite a proficient and pleasing pianist. Mr. Gruber, the head of the family, is a whole orchestra in himself at times. Last night one of his feats was performing on the violin and violincello at the same time. It is interest ing to see this done. great pleasure it afforded him to meet. ana to Know, the governor of Massachu setts, and he remarked that from his personal impression and general report. he should judge that but one thiner was lacKing to mate his excellency a perfect man. ie stated that not long smce he had had the honor of initiating the gov ernor of North Carolina into the order of Odd Fellows, and he presumed that if that official was now present he mieht quote, with a slight adaption, a familiar expre.-sion and remark to the governor oi .Massachusetts, "it's a long time be tween initiations." The allusion brought down the house. anu wnen uovernor JbracKett rose tr The fair of the North Carolina Colored SET Mm Tv the flSSfl" 'mZ TnT Industrial Association begins to-day and pressed his appreciation of the probable will be formallv ODened bv Governor remark of the governor of North Caroli- Fowle. na an: 8ai( tnat ne could cordially re- ThAnnnai a r v ciprocaie tue compliment, even with its colored rwmlA w 5fKiX a "&Uh -" "rgiuai r vi i vivunauio, auu jtO to the Court House to night to hear Aycock and McIver expound the gospel of Democracy. The Colored Fair. ver- the one now about opening its doors will doubtless sustain the past record. mere win aoubtless be a laree crowd of colored people here. Thev have felt 1 1 n . ... . me Denents or tue good crops, and the reduced railroad rates of one cant a mile The concert will be reDeated to-niffht ge them opportunity to come. .c. Ui. omun, ex-unitea states Minis ter to .Libera will deliver an address on Ihursday. Ihe marshals will meet at the Secre tary's office on East Martin street at 9:30 and proceed to the foot of Fayetteville sion. Fairview Farm. for the benefit of St. John's hospital. .... ' and ail who go may expect au entertain ing and meritorious entertainment. Weather Report. Captain B. P. Williamson's Fairview M -m . rarm had three colt entries in the trots at the fair a yearling, a two year old, and a three year old. and was first in all. This is a good start for Fairview as a breeding farm. North Carolina breed them as large, as fine and as fast as anywhere. H. II. & It. H. TUCitER & CO. The Cunard Steamer "Etruria." Every one recollects the circumstance of the arrival of the Cunard Steamer "Etruria" at New York, Oct. 14th, just iu time to have her cargo entered at the last minute, under the old tariff law. 'n that very steamer we had a lot of dress goods, and we are now showing these goods, and at the lowest prices. W. H. & K. S. Tucker & Co. A Card. To an appreciative public. I wish to say that they will not notice the slan ders of hireling wateh-makers and jew elers, who hope to secure your patronage by their ill-will towards one who has served you faithfully for the past eigh teen months. Ihese remarks I address especially to the citizens of Wake county, among the best of whom are my devoted friends. I warrant my work and treat the pub lic and my friends with all consideration that I would desire for myself from them. F. J. Hartsfield, 219 S. Wilmington St. . Coffee. The buying of coffees already roasted has become so common that more than nan me people in every large town use them. It saves a lot of trouble, and is fuhy as economical. We give special at tention to roasted coffees, to have them always fresh and of perfect quality. Java, Maracaibo, Arbuckle s Anosa. &c. &e. always in stock. Also a full line of green coffees, from Rio to Mocha. Eberhardt & Pescud. cr- Dress Goods. Hi re S Baltimore Produce Market. COTTON Closed nominal. Middling ianda 10. FLOUli-Quietand firm ; Howard Street and Western eunerfine 3.003.50; do. extra :1.754.t;0; do o. family 4.755.25: citv millsj Kio brand extra 5.1U5.25; winter wneat patent 5.2.(cr.bu: srmner do. do. fi.'i.W. ti CO. WHEAT Southern scarce and stiff; Fultz 95 (l.'0;Longberryy7l.li5; steamer No. 2 red Jbdcdr, Western strong and higher: No. 2 red winter spot and October l.0i((tl 0l5- cuii aoutneru scarce ana nominal: white (yj; yeiiow 01(03; western nrm at an advance mixea spt and Uctober fj7ltff.)7; . - , a vuf y - UAls-Uiosed turner; ungraded southern nd Pennsylvania i0330; do. Western white :50; do. do. mixed 47(348: crraded No. 2 white 50. KYL. Juiet, steady: prime to choice 76. irKO VISIONS 0 Closed Arm : mess tork. 01a 11.5U; new 12.00; bulk meats, loose shoulders 64; long clear and clear rib aides b; sugar pickled Bhoulders 7 : suear cured smo&ed shoulders 8; hams, small 12); large This i3 getting to be a familiar theme; at all rates we know you have read of dress goods qnite frequently this season under our name, and why do we say so mucn or dress goods Simply this rea son: VVe nave the dress goods to Sell and you want to buy dress goods and we are willing to tell you what kind of dress goods and what kind of trimmings we 1 ll 1 . uave ior mem, as we uon D rely on name or friendship to sell our goods But merit is bound to win, and if you will listen to what .ve shall endeavor to tell you we will tell you only the truth and you will be greatly benefited thereby. We are carrying a complete stock of dress goods, a complete stock of trim mings and we are selling them cheaper than anyone else in Kaleigh. See the new carpets, At Swindell's Nashville Produce Market. WHEAT Closed quiet; No. 2 red ter 1.05. COHN Firm; white milling 62. win- transifi-.r- anrl r.iinf.-l marks au epoch - X vidual. .Such ;t" treasured in tho U'11 wcercoy the g0jl. a:i tameais greatfu!iVM U that so much is hP-- trie Bitters. So tbeir restoratiou toir he Great AltPrr,.r.L,-l-'h... are troubled with Ll neys. Liver or Stoa";,C standing you u-r.i use of Electric Bit1 $100 per bottle, a: Drugstore. " . t-, L ABD Kenned 1. wiirji uouea Bieaav: tair liio cars-OA a U G Ali Closed firm ; granulated 6. WHISKEY Steady at $1.19. Baltimore Bond Market. liALTIMOBE, Md., October 20. Yircinia. it nnn ' New York Money Market. JXEW IOBE. UCtOber 20 MnnAv at 3 per ctnt. Exchange elnAd ataA-u- posted rates 4.814.86; actual rates 4.80V 4.80 for 60 days, and 4.85ai.8a for r)'. mand. Governments closed steady; currency . , . , - ' ' ' r- tjSm I 1 1 1 1 New York Produce Market. FLOUR Closed firm: fine eradea of snrinr c.ua u. spring a w(g,.io; ooutn ern Hour closed steady; trade and familv Ynj!iai viOBea OUiet: No. 2 red winter i.07Mi.u?;ao. October i.08V:. COUN Closed firmer; No. 2 mixed hVM 58 ; do. November 59. OATS Closed strong; No. 1 white 52W: No. C J t ( met ' - ' 2 niueu vutuuer o. POKK Closed dull; mess 11.2512.00. ljAJtu-wosea nrm; November 6.51(26.54. SUGAK Kenned firm and moderately ac- llVt), UUb mai auu UBUKU i Jj. COF1KE Closed steady: fair Rio goes 20. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, 111., October 20. Wheat onened ry a l Birong. voru upeueu strong. Uata opened strong. xroviBiuuo opened strong. Closings: WHEAT Octoberl.02; December 1.05: IVThv CORN December 52; May 58. OATS May PORK October 10 15; December 10 45::Mav iiAKU uciooer x 6iy JLecember fi f,2i- RIBS October 5.45; December 5.55: 6.35. May Notice t0 13 PASSEXGER 1 Bids will be receive,! 1890, for the conatru,.Ti. . ger Station at Rale-' specification 4 cart Raleigh A evasion Paiir-'i?' oct21-JLtilloct:31 V .20; Raleigh yesterday: Maximnm temper- street, fronting the Centennial graded a. nn. : 2 i. a. it' I i l avuru o; uiiuiiuuu wjuiperaiure 4.: rain- bcuooi. fall. 0.00 inches. Local forecast for Raleigh and vicin ity to-day: Fair weather; northeast winds; stationary temperature; warmer to-morrow. "Washington. D. C, Oct. 20. Fore cast for Virginia: Continued cool, fair weather, winds generally westerly. At 10 o'clock the procession will be You are no Sardine. Of conrse not, bnt all the same a fine formed with the Charlotte military com- sardine is a good thing. Rich in flavor band. fr j "J vjilv uimo ncii, inn saitV. in HnPi m I nn tvitioo T4- :ii " t, , . ... I . i t wuvo ,yj xu wm move np Jjavettevme sneak of. T mn Vnnwtrhat, n efflf n U o i " . . I . -jv-uU .ui,a8UuuWt 0n0w w mo vrovernor a resmence ana aine is, we can supply yon. Also olive Uia Aueueucy ana. oiner state oil, olives, salad dressings, fine pickles vtuw.a "UVl CObUib LUC III LU MIH Smi I Til I 1 BanAOO UlnnOAI I . o ciock m. the fair will be form- ah "viu vmiuuubi jLCkit, ntuuo uo- I vhciucu uy iuo vju veriiur won win na i triinnp : A . nj i ,1 i wuuug YttiiuiojBwwwary icmperaiure. I louoweu uy umers. Eberhardt A: Ppsrrrn The Pulpit and the Stae. Kev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United Brethren Church, Blue Mound, Kan., says: "1 feel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has aone ior me. My Lungs were badly dis eased, and my parishoners thought I could live only a few weeks. I took five bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery auu am euuuu auu wen, gaining 26 IDS. in weight." Arthur Love, Manager Love's Fanny Folks Combination, write3: 'After a thorough trial and convincing evidence, 1 airi confident Dr. King's New Discov ery for Consumption, beats 'em all, and cures when every thing else fails. The greatest kindness I can do my many tnousana inenas is to urge them to trv it." Free trial bottles at John MacRae's Drug Store. Regular sizes 30c and $1. 1 MacRae. Naval Stores. Wilmington, is. m October 20 Hr turDentine closea firm at S75 Uoaiu firm- ct.T. i fin. nA j Jz mi oi,io.mcu i.w, ftwvi enaiueu i.uo. xar firm a i.oo. uruue xxiTDennne nrm hrri i - . f . virgin i.zu. Corn firm; white 65; yellow 64 UHAELESTON. fcj. C. October 20 turpentine firm at 383. Roein quiet: oorl tpi nuH 1 OOl ' o New xork, October 20. The mrW f spirits turpentine i3 in lair demand and hrmat 42 for regulars and 4ajc for machine uai i cis. Fair Wee -New--CURRANTS, II usixs- MGSfXUTS,I)ATE, MINCE MEAT- sarato(;a chiiC B0ELEFS C'uDf;,;: EDAM AND ll.NEii r Fur"'''!-' u i 9 CHEESE BUCKWHEAT AND (;im;.. Xavy Beans, ( a1.' V o- I5i Fine Yeiiow ikinaii FANCY BEX DAY a;: NIAGARA, CONC015D, DFI. s '.v t f t c r i t i i 5 and lu it.. I White, Americun cr . KALA3IAZOO UAtf Seet Picklp-? Sr.?: Mixed vut-t tr..! - JilandOi, l',: l'ici-.l . W. G. & A. B. STROft-. V!i GROCEKN lcfdi- and 11 A.Vl) I'AXDV F. 4 CTV It MIS. STRONACH'S IIAKKK; C. L. WooOAT.I., M.UiaZK Fltt.SH BAKED EVEliY I)Y. EVilYriilN(. "i i Fruit, Pound j , Silver, Sjc C" - JtllvCakf.-.Ac. BREAD, CA K ES A M) F Apple, Peach, Gooseberry, Ci- berry, Dauirf"ii, Ac, A BREAD. LOAF BREAD -ALL KIM Rolls, Biscuit, Kn-t Graham, Bron and Rye Only Best Mat 1r Mil: r- ANY SIZE, KIND OR PRICE" At Shortest N rr:. r ot the "Hidden lian. , ' "Mailed Hand,' neitlM-r tii . Italian Hand," butKmi iy" ' " with a large and we!l-ele "-J ing, Hata, Shoes, Under-.v -lises, &c. KOCK-BOTTOM PeICES T," . - Cincinnati Produce Market. Tsntttr Ti i ... - . 10.9Ji.iftsn ' ""J LAKD Kettle-dried 63(26. BACON Short clear WHISKEY-Salea of 83a h.rra;5.v, goods on the basia of 1.15 per gallon for high Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Oats, Bruise3, Sores. Ulcers. Salt. Rum v ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil- ; ' .7: oKin jeiropuons, -11 guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price UUB Per DOX. Hot sale bv John Y . ti rt tui tro c r am T TFfl-') 4, 7 s WANTED- 4 s-j. i -iiiirilUll1" x. j.egisierutv x Mnat be nnmarrted, Ul1 required. v- AddrebrjJ octl4-lw.