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TE OHBOHICLE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6.
RALEIGH IN BlilSF. VOTE OF WAKE C O UN 4 r i 90. LOCAL 1IAPPEXIXG3 IS AND AllOUND THE CAPITAL. Short Item of News Gathered on the Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. The circus is the great event of the day. Now there will be a resumption of business. Rev. Baylcs Cade is in town. He says that the democratic majority in Frank lin is COO. Raleigh Commandery, No. 4, K T., meets to-night at 7:30 o'clock. Regular business. Full attendance desired. The county canvassing board to can vass the election returns, will meet here to-day. The agony is over. The country is safe. Tde people are happy. Now they will prosper. Hi. Henry's Famous Minstrels of thirty Stars, who appear at the Opera Houe, on Friday, Nov. 7th, guarantee an en tertainment that is free from every ob j ctionable feature. Some people who were here from the country yesterday said that the good election ntws and the circus, and good times generally would cause twenty thousand people to come to Raleigh to day. It is generally remarked that Demo crats worked last Tuesday as Democrats never worked before. The Chronicle very plainly intimated that they could carry this county if they fcjee what they did. Sheriff' I Ceil ,.-ueri:r llrgi i .Tif isurer. CorouTitfenatT Dem, liour of Hep. Vote 18S. ! PRECINCTS. o O 3 3 O Barton's Creek Hutchinson's Store, " " Uogers' Store, Ruckhorn, Cary, Cedar Fork Pollard's, " Morrisville, Holly Sprintrs, House's Creek Harris. " Edwards', Little River Mi tchfll's, Wakefield, Mark's Creek, M-.ddle Creek, Neise, New Light -Robinson"?, Stony Hill, Oak Grove, Panther Branch Myatt's Mill, Township, St. Mary's, St. Matthews' Millburnie, " Wilder' s Grove, wift Crek, Wake Forest Forestville, Rolesville, White Oak Apex, " Hiiliard's, Raleigh First Ward, " second Ward, Third Ward. " Fourth Ward, " Filth Ward, " HUside East, Outside West, 124 81 m 61 82 22S 41 123 82 151 1S5 157 SI 84 143 112 53 IM. 221 00 50 215 204 119 20 45 177 17H 82 o57 70 li 79; 75 i 120! 1451 7l 147 12 lto 4o 1 W W4 ISs 54! 1W) 100' 321 2S! 102 1 Pii' I"- o-r- T7 130 11 101 m 311 403; 201, Si'6l 2S7 128 80 ; 100: 117 70, 200 i 39; 119': 106; 15.: 10F 94: 189 140 52; 121! 188 ! 30 70: 2.32 173 103 1.81 1 48 ! 332 100 130 04 319 ti-5 140 83 45 114 110 49 27; 1 5 10 J m 30 100 100i 70, 14v 6-")i i4 80 30 .... 70' 313 83 130 138 ioo 153 135 11 108i ' 325 1: 41? 315: 107 240 189 I I O - i o u s 5 .vcv ' -'I' use u 3 1 Krp'.Co a ss SoiMt'r Jill Dis. -t 3 o c X 3 I t iU lc'I- Eh , S 120. 1WI 91: io. ; 1.50 40' 124; 1W 174 8-3 8tj 173 144 59 127 132; 35: 9s 1 i5; 07 15Kj 5-5 1 08' 70' 27 00 i "46 124 70: j 10' 159 91 80 lOSj 101 12.; 5 3; 94 150 j 5-5 65 56 30 o4 10 2; ..... 19 5". 3-Y. 18." 147 (' 36 70! 1(37! 113 137 141 120; 71 97 j 305' 317 loU 179 4G34 .505-3 1 ' I 234 125 152 40 370 194 111 09 as3 79 107 117 139 127 124 7 80 30 2: 3:4 135: 2-581 13. 12S 172 78 122 74 182 , 174 8:3 80 108 "56; 1 1 . 2.50 117; 198! 52 1 377 225 155 77 115 170 84 91 13L SO 8:3 "71 100 S3 7' 121 76 12 121! 1231 122 72 165 "ioo! 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I 127! 33 91 75 159 55 70. 42, 122 29 88 1 SK lis, 55 36 20Ji 38; i 126; 701 16j 170 1 ' 83: 80; 105, : 28 & i -12.5 125 i 'lsi! 122: 80 30, 20 313 133 264 181 70 122 128 "l'xi 93 4 96 304 19 51 0 131 205 IS 231 .1 . 110 91! i 75 158 55 05 "iio, 72 125 l2o I 15 114 S 83! 30-5 20 314 107 263 18.3 123 : 76 202, 166. 171 84! 86; 164; I 55; i 1 . so i 73; 212 I. Ill; 70' 125 40' ! 78 40 120! 20! 12 28' 7 i5n; ..... 29!. 71 125 125 132 1W! vii' 8-3, SO; 164 153 5-5 60 SPECIAL 'r Norfolk Ov T. JohDson'ri Oy, We have .sou you to see. Tr . lovely. The by the tariff 6;i,. as early as you antee thtj vve shall sell I '-.Wo i. 49 73 1 1121 130 71 125 122 an fprmet ohl price., means lower t:.l3 same snoods pets, etc. tLjm. oars are oit-e. Ti appearance an 1 fort. Thev cost rugs we have ih"t woul 1 do well t line of Dr;ss We have all t f x and we cia o:frr those 25:. liiai.ls thtm. i: - h Jkr'1 '" : I ii A 'Z- 51 j 7 309 1 SJ 197i 298 154 ( 20 71 1 313 484 129 75 200 160 181 I 1 19i 51 375; 199 153 70 384 74 162 114 i 80 290 20 313 r 2 183 would woik. COMING AN L) ;01Mi. Some ol The Folks You Know and Their Doinzs. Mr. Thos. Cowper is sick with fever. J. J. Mott, Esq., registered in the city yesterday. Mrs. Wm, Grimes has returned from New York. Mr. C. II. Mebane, of WilmiDgton, is here. of Durham, is Maj, W. A. Guthrie, in town. Associate Justice Shepherd returned to the city yesterday. J. W. Propst, Esq , of Concord, is registered st the Yarboro. Mr. Geo. Rountree, of Wilmington, is attending the Supreme Court. Mr. J. E. Shepherd, Jr., of Bingham School, is spending a few days here. Mrs. J. T. Cain, Miss Sudie Cain and Miss Undine Barham, of Durham, spent yesterday in the city. Mr. F. II. Busbee and his daughter, Miss Annie Busbee, are visiting rela tivis and friends near Auburn. Miss Mary Rnffia, Miss Decile Baf fin and Mrs. Tyson, of Wilson, are visit ing at Ool. Thos. S. Kenan's. Mr. C. II Scott, an influential citizen of Chatham county, was in the city yes terday. He says Chatham gave a big democratic majority. Mai. S. M. Finger, who went up to Catawba to vote, has returned. He says that Catawba polls up a big ma jority as usual. The beautiful palace car in whieh Hi Henry's famous minstrels travel is said to be the finest show car ever built. See it at the R. & D. railroad depot oo Friday, Nov. 7th. WAKE'S VOTE. Full returns of Wake's vote have no yet been reported. Official reports wil ba riceived to-day from all the precincts as the board of canvassers meets to can vass the vote. The table given in this issue shows the full semi official vote for Thompson and Upchurcb, and shows a majority for Thompson of 483. This vote wa3 regarded as the great test vote, and messengers, in their hurry to bring in returns from distant pre cincts, rushed taway with partial returns. Conservative ca'culations show that Capt. Mack Pe will beat Rowan Rogeis for Shei.il by about 800 majority. Lougee will baa: Vynue for Treasurer by perhaps 1,000. The Democratic legislative ticket i3 elected by majorities ranging from 500 to 800. GORDON OX THE STUMP. STRONW TALK OF LYNCHING. A GLORIFICATION TI3IE. The Democrats Will Celebrate Their Victory. Democratic Roosters are flapping and crowing all over this broad land. Day is breaking. Good times are coming. There will be cause for a glorious Thanksgiving indeed this year. Raleigh and Wake county Democrat? will surely celebrate their victory in glorious style. In a few day3 things will fl tme and blazs with enthusiasm. Get ready Democrats, for the big time coming. N OUT If CAROLINA SOLDIERS AT FREDERICKSBURG. HIGHHANDED PROCEEDING. How a Son Takes His Father From his room by Force. Information comes of quite a high handed proceeding near Wakefield in this county on Tuesday afternoon. It appears to have arisen from some phase of the Larkin Smith case which was tried in Wake superior court last week, and which has already been reported . Chas.Smttb is reported to have gone to the house of Mr.E P.Wiggs,in a carriage, where Mr. Larkin Smith resided. Chas. Smith is Mr.Smith s son and Mrs. Wiggs ii his daughter. When Chas. Smith drove up he was forbidden entrance into the house, but he with his negro driver forced their way in, went to a room occupied by Mr. Larkin Smith, and despite his remon strance and resistance, forcibly took him from the room and put him in the car riage, Mrs. Wiggs, entering her pjotest against it. Mis A. L Ferrell of this city, a daughter of Mr. Smith, was also present and plead against the proceed ing,and while standing near the carriage, Chas. Smith ordered it to be driven on. This was done, and Mrs. Ferrell sus tained slight injuries by being run over. There are 1G4 North Carolina soldiers' graves in the cemetery atFredericksbnrg, Va., unmarked. It will require $328 to mark them. The Governor desires the Curonicle to say that all amounts sent to Jos.G. Brown, Raleigh, will be appreciat ed and acknowledged in the Chronicle. The following contributions have been received : Dan'l. G. Fowle, $10 00; A. M. Scales, 110.00; Thos. 8. Kenan, $5 00; Theo. F.Davidson, $5 00; A. Home, $ 00; R. B. Raney, $5 00; Col. Jno. S. Cun ningham, $5.00; W. L London, $5.00; W. A. Smith, $5.00; Miss Maggie Cow per, $1.00; Julian 8. Carr, $10.00; W. K. Bond, $1.00; H. T. Bahnson, $10.00; Mrs. M. E. Pittman, $10.00; Wralter W Watt, Charlotte, $5.00. The Governor Illustrates a Speech With a War Reminiscence. Atianta, Ga., Oct. 30. 1890. Tho governor began by saying that he felt as if he were coming to his kindred. In th.3 adjoining county his eyas first open ed to the balmy skies which a benignant God still bends above us. "I love this people," said he, "and I kuow that they haved loved me. I know, too, that when the light of truth shall fall upon the record they will love me still." Ap plause He then replied to the Alli ance resolution which declared that John B.Gordon was not in sympathy with the farmers and is no longer worthy of the confidence of the people. "When I read that statement of my brethren, made in all the solemnity of a resolution "that the said John B. Gor don is no longer worthy of trust," I was forcibly reminded of my last interview on the battlefield with one of the grand est men who has appeared in all the tide of time. As I rode back from Ap pomattox Court House, after having met the exquering generals, by the side of Gen. Lee, he said to me with his heart swelling and breaking, I wish general, that I had fallen in one of the battles.' 4 Why, general?'' ?aid I. "Because my country will mis judge me." "How?"' said I. "They will imagine that with eight or ten thousand veterans I ought still to have continued the warfare in the moun tains with a posssibility of final success for the Confederate cause.' "I endeavored to turn his thoughts on other lines, but Gen. Lee's heart was broken at the very thought that his countrymen might misjudge him. "I confess, my friends, that, while I have entirely recovered from that shock yet when I lirst read those words, corn ing in a solemn resolution from honest, upright, honorable men deliberately penned, deliberately enacted, as their judgment of myself, I felt for the mo ment as Gen. Lee felt. "But, my friends, I know you really trust me yet. I have never had a moment of anger. I have had several of anguish, but as truth shall finally triumph, my name will be vindicated and I shall live again in the hearts of these my brethren." Applause. (Durham Sun.) There was more or less excitement in Keysville Saturday night. It leaked out that a plan was on foot to lynch the ne gro who murdered Mr. Yancey, and he was to be swung up at 2 o'clock Sunday morning. The officers got wind of the determination of the neck-tie party, and they spirited the prisoner away to Dan ville, where he is now confined in jail. The news comes to the Sun that the greatest indignation is felt ia the Keys ville community over this cold-blooded murder, by both white and colored peo ple. From all we can learn it was a most diabolical, high-handed crime and justice should be speedy in dealing with the human fiend. Wanted, Two Clerks. A good Stock Clerk and a good Sates man at Swindell's. W. II. & R. S. TUCKER, & CO. I in. At this season ;r come. Choice N'.-i--is at its be.-t. Y. that money c.in down to the !,,.v. lowing the miik Creamery Butter rresn irom the -v and peifeet in A- V I' a:. '1TL :..: W. II. A R. How's This ? We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any one case of catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be lieve him perfectly honor.ib'e iu all busi cess transactions, and final cially able to carry cut any obligations made bj their firm. West fc Truax, Wholesale Druggists. Toltdo, o. Walding, Kr "AN & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, T jledo, O Hall's Cat..,rh Cure is taken inter nally, acting d.rectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testi monials sent i ree. Price 75c. per bot tle. Sold by a'.l druggists. oct 22-lm The Masonic Communication. Mr. Donald W. Bain tells the Chron icle that S. II. Smith, Grand Master of Masons in North Carolina, calls a spe cial communication of the Grand Lodge at Durham, Tuesday, Nov. 11th, 1890, at ten o'clock, a. m., to lay the corner stone of Trinity College. The Grand Officers and representa tives of Lodges are requested to be present. A TELLING OBJECT LESSON. SHALL WE 3IAKE IT UNANIMOUS? Mrs. J. M. Crenshaw,of Wake Forest, sends the Chronicle the largest sweet potato seen. It weighs six pounds, measures 17 inches and 12 inches round. It grew this large in honor of John Thompson's election. Chicago Nov. 4.-12:30 a. m. Dem ocratic Central committee claim that private advices show the Democrats have carried the State by a good maior- ity, and that they have certainly gained tnree congressmen and probably five. Children's Wraps. We know that its often a difficult mat ter to fit Children in Wraps Our ttock of Children's Wraps is so great, that it is comparatively an easy matter for us to fit the mast unusua! figure. Hardly an express arrives, that does not bring us something iu Childrens' Wraps. W. H. & R. S. Tucker k Co. Electric Hitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist, and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other af fections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system, and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. For care of Headache, Consti pation and Indigestion try Electric Bit ters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle, at John Y. McRae's Drugstore. Thice (.rf ;tt Thesa are from parment, and are you may find again T; lirst A hue of , Cloths, 4G inches wi worth $1 00. Second A lire of es wide, at $1. wcrL Third-A line ( Jaair lgogns at lhese are ail e ! i oi eacu line w; oirdK'o r A . This opportunity your consideration advantage of at on, -e W. H. iz It ri kr.it, -.SCO?' :nns; at IS "1 1 li ' :-c tv ' 'J'i.V an Td In Consumption liKUr Read the following. ns, Newark, Ark.. s;iv with Abscess of L . U Li PATAPSCO FLOURING MILLS. W. II & R. S. TUCKER, CO. Shoulder Capes. In all the stylish Furs, Grey Krimmer, Astrachan, Black Martui, &c. Just in by Express, a new line of two popular J?ur Capes, Persian Lamb and Wool Seal. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Richmond & Danville R. R. Go. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. physicians pronounce. Consumptive. Beu'an t:i-; New Discovery for (V:. now on my third U)i!'.-. :i: see the work on my f , finest medicine ever v Jesse Middleware ; savs: "tiad it not - New Discovery lor ( .-j- .. have died of Lung TrouL. up by doctors. Am health." Trvit. S i John Y. McRae's ilru-t LEMON EI.IUK. The Chrysanthemum Show. Weather Report. The annual chrysanthemum show will be the chief feature of next week. The Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper- ladies have taken the matter in hand ature G4; minimum temperature 32; rain- and are arranging for something superb. it will he held on Wednesdav, and will (Morganton Herald.) Talking about tin, we are constantly reminded of the McKinley Tariff Bill We have had occasion to mention this bill before, as our readers may remem ber. We shall probably mention it again in the course of time. Just now our attention is directed to it by a build ing that is being erected within sight of our office windows. It is the new Meth odist parsonage, and being within the fire limits, must be built of brick and covered with tin or slate. The building committee decided to cover the build ing with tin, because they believed it would be cheapest. The tin was ordered and yesterday they received the invoice 1774. - - - - 1890. rSUP PATENT iC.AGAMERiLLMfg. Patapsco- Superlative -PATENT- THE PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. MANUFACTURED FROM THE Rileigh and vicin weather; warmer; fall, 0.00 Local forecast for ity to-day : Fair southerly wiols. Washington, D. C , Nov. 5. Fore cast for Virginia and North Carolina: Fair; warmer; southerl winds; fair and slightly warmer. be for the benefit of St. John's hospital. "PAYING OFF OLD Tniift Reform Spreading Country. SCORES." All Over the for the roofing. And what do you suppose PUniPFQT Wl MTFR WHFAT is the difference in the cost of the roof nUlLLdl VYIINILn VV n LA j Washington, D. C, Nov. 5. "Wash- Rev. W. M. Clark Resigns. Rev. W. M. Clark, who hasb3en Rtc tor of the Church of the Good Shepherd in this city for some time past, has re signed to accept the Rectorship of a church in Fredericksburg, Va. This announcement will bo very deep ly regretted by the people of Raleigh. Certainly no man has ever come among the people of this city who was more thoroughly liked and cordially appreciat ed than Mr. Clark, and his departure will be a loss that will be very deeply recognized and felt. ing ?5 We learn that the meeting in Oxford, conducted by Rav. J. L. White, is pro gressing with increased interest. About sixty have already made a profession of religion, many backsliders have been re claimed and the deepest religious feeling is bsing manifested. The meeting con tinues this week. Durham Sun. I. O. Ot F. Seaton Gales Lodge meets to nieht Conferring of the initiatory degree and other matters of importance will be transacted. Every Odd Fellow invited. Thien, Scc'y day; paying eff old scores, i3 generally given by prominent Republicans here as the cause of the general defeat of yesterday. A cabinet ollicer who gave the above as the reasons for the Democratic victories, said it was undoubtedly true that in New Enarland the tariff had operated against the Re publicans ana irom his observation tariff reform sentiment was spreading in that section. on that one building now and what it would have been the first of October? Why the tin for that one building costs fifty-two dollars more now than then, and there is not a pound of tin made in America. The Methodists of Morgan ton are p. '.ying fifty -two dallars more for Welsa tin to cover their budding than they would have paid before the McKinley bill passed, not to protect any American tin manufacturers but just in order to make them quit buying tin roofing, and go to buying iron roofing at a higher price. This is a case in point, not away off in Maine or Washington, but right here at home, and if you are in clined to doubt it, you can find out for yourself. It does look unreasonable, but the figures won't lie And makes bread famous lor its RICH, CEEAMY COLOE AND Most Delicious Flavor UNSURPASSED FOB, Its Wonderful Fih-.-t . u v. Stomach, Rowel, K i a n -.. Dr. Mozlev's Lt sii'.u Biliousness, Constipfiti all Sick and Nervous !I -. . Diseases. D zziuesT L - Fevers, Chills, Palpi' it; v all other diseases ca. 1 liver, storrach an! gre?' cause f rl f-v .1 !.- in Effect Aug. 31st, 1800. Wk 0n,y ii. v At auta, G.t. ItE d Th Mi M: o'clc lionc Tha the 014 j tee art'.; the Tb di -SO' UP vi Pa D SOUTH BOUND. Daily. No. 50. No. 52. Liv. Kicnmonci 6 00 p m 2 30 a m Ar. Greensboro 10 27 p m 9 42 a m Lv. Golds boro 2 40 p m 8 00 p m Ar. Kaleigh 4 49pm 11 50 p m Lv. Kaleigh 4 45 p m 1 30 a m Lv. Durham 5 48 p m 2 55 a m Ar. Greensboro 8 20pm 7 10 am Lv. wmston-feal2m. 6 55 p m 6 30 a m Lv. Greensboro 10 37 p m 9 50 a m Ar. Salisbury "... 12 26 am 1119 am Ar. btatesvule l 49 a m 12 08 d m 1 Asheville 7 22am 422pm ' Hot Springs 9 34 a m 5 55 d m Lv. Salisbury 12 32 a m 11 24 a m Ar. Charlotte 2 05 am 12 40 n m Atlanta 1100am 940nm Lv. Charlotte 2 20 a m l 00 d m Ar. Augusta 10 20 a m 9 07 p m LEMON For coughs and c j! k Hoc Drops. For sore throat a:; i !' . Lemon Hot Drops For pneumonia a i l i. V- Lemoa Hot Drops. For consumption ano i Lemon Hot Drops. For Hemorrhage .iTil ai "' lung disease, take L :a ; H " An elegant and rdm! !-; r ' 25 cents, at druggie. by Dr. H. Mozley. Atlat ' octl6Thur&Sun till ar rl I) NORTH BOUND. Daily No. 51 Lv. Augusta 6 30 p m Ar. Charlotte 3 13 a m Lv. Atlanta 6 00 p m Ar. Charlotte 4 26am Ar. Salisbury 6 02am Lv. Hot Springs 11 10 pm " Asheville 12 40 am " States ville 5 02 a m Ar. Salisbury 5 53 a m Lv. Salisbury 6 07 a m Ar. Greensboro 7 47 a m Ar. Winston-Salem . . 1 1 25 a m Lv. Greensboro 7 55 a m Ar. Richmond 3 15 p m Lv. Greensboro 9 50 a m Ar. Durham 12 02 p m " Raleigh 105pm Lv. Raleigh l lOp m Ar. Goldsboro 2 55 p m Lv. Raleigh Ar. Selma " WTiIson Lv. Wilson . . Ar. Rocky Mount Daily. t Daily except Sunday. No. 53. 8 00 a m 4 50 p m 7 10 a m 5 30 p m 7 05 p m rJ24p m 202pm 5 38 p m 6 42 p m 7 12 p m 840pm 11 47 p m 8 50pm 4 55 a m 11 15 p m 5 oo a m 7 35 a m 9 00am 12 40 p m t9 00 a m 11 00 a m 12 10 a m 12 38 p m 1 17 p m METROPOLITAN Hil FRIDAY, 'OVFMISI:h ": HI. HENKY MINSTRBL:- Presenting a (.Vi:-. :. A IUt.M OU Si'ECItl Embracing alavirL x; curement ol Costiirni-' tietic ! ?nd other proiuiv : lighting the ear with h ; feastiug the eyeoa a -.' beautiful beyond (.-:: ; equaled in Minstrel h.- on sale at MacRae's 1 1 r -etrel priees- 25, 50 :ti!l .m:u .'Nr.. ( 1- BETWEEN West Point, Richmond and Raleigh. Via Keysville, Oxford and Durham. W. II. & K. S. TUCKER, & CO. Ladies' and Children's Underwear. Tbe largest stock, the greatest variety, Ribbed and Pi;; in, in Cotton, Merino and All-wool. Dr. Jceger's Sanitarv Underwear, all. W. H. bizes and prices right for & R. S. Tucker & Co Ileauort. The town oj "Washington is Democratic by 57 majority a thing never before heard of. The county is Democratic by 500 majority. Philadelphia, Nov. 4. At Demo cratic headquarters the election of Pat tison for Governor is claimed by 10,000 majority. At 2:30 a. m. Chairman Quay concedes Pattison's election. The Pulpit and the Stae. Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United Brethren Church, Blue Mound, Kan., says: "I feel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has done tor me. My Lungs were badly dis eased, and my panshoners thought I could live only a few week. I took five bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery and am sound and well, gaining 26 lbs. in weight." Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funny ruiKs vxnnumauou, writes: "Aicer a thorough trial and convincing evidence, 1 am conndent Dr. Kin s .New Discov ery for Consumption, beats 'em all, and cures when every thing else fails. The !-: 4 T J. greatest Kiuuutsa i can uo my many thousand friends is to urge them to trv it." Free trial bottles at John MacRae's Drug Store. Regular sizes 30c and $1. BREAD, BISCUIT OR PASTRY. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR- PATAPSCO SUPERLATIVE PATENT, j MEDOUA HlCili URA.UE WINTER PATENT. ROLANDO CHOTCE PATENT. PATAPSCO FAMILY PATENT. CAPE HENRY FAMILY . PATAPSCO EXTRA. NORTH POINT FAMILY. CHESAPEAKE EXTRA. BEDFORD FAMILY. ORANGE GROVE EXTRA. PIMLICO (daham or Unbolted). BALDWIN FAMILY. M A PLETON F AMI LY. SEVERN MILLS EXTRA. HOWARD MILLS EXTRA. CAMDEN SUPER. 54 & 102 STATIONS. 55 & 103 V50 9 15 moo 1 00 2 05 242 3 15 404 .Ar a m Lv..West Point. .Ar 6 00 p m a m Ar. .Richmond. ...Lv H 38 p m am .uv...rxicLmonci p m " ..Burkeville. pm " ...Keysville. p m " ..Chase City, p m " ..Clarks ville pm Ax Oxford.. 4 30pm 2 25 p m " 101pm " 12 24 p m " 11 51 a m .Lvll 02 am On sale in Barrels and Half Barrels. Half. Quarter, Eighth and -ixteenth Sacks. 4 25 p m 525 p m Lv Oxford . " ..Henderson. Ar 10 15 a m Lr 9 15 a m 409 6 47 p m p m Lv. Ar. .Oxford.. .Raleigh. ..Ar .Lv 10 57 a m 8 15 a m tDaily except Sunday. Daily. Daily except Monday. U. E&stf It" i C: BALTIMORE. ALF. A. THOMPSON, Agt., ept7-WeFriSnn-3m RALEIGH, N. C. Additional train leaves Oxford daily except Sunday 11.10 p. m., arrive Hender son 12.10 p. m., returning leave Hender son 2.30 p. m. daily except Sunday, arrive Oxford 3.30 p. m. rso. ou leaving uoldsboro 2.40 p. m. and Raleigh 4 45 p. m. daily makes connection at Durham with No. 19. leavincr Rt fi.os n. m. daily, except Sunday for Oxford, Hen- uciisuu, aim tui points on u. 6c id., o. & U.. and R. & M. Roads. ' Passenger coaches run through between West Point and Raleigh via Keysville, on Nos. 54 and 102, and 55 and 103. 2sos. 51 &na 53 connect at Richmond from and to West Point and Baltimore aany except Sunday. IIAS JS. L. TAYLOR, xramc manager. Gen. Pass. Agent. W . A. Tl UK, Div. Pass. Agent, RALEIGH, N. C. Trotting Bred Hon At Auction- To make room. I w:!I - Farm Stud on THURSDAY, NOV next (ale commf D'.i:.4 Lead of Trottinfj-brel i liamoletomaus and al "' Mares and Fillies. Thev will be sold a: a" highest bidder, witho ; . Catalogue, with iu.. breeding, etc., will b- r sent on application t" li. I- "W. G. Upchurch w;i and place, at auction, Red Devon voung cu oet3Mw. Tho next annual ra- ' -ers ot tbe Raleigh c -i.--' panywillbe held at tr - pany, in Raleigh, on : Novemter, 13th, 15J. c o'clock a. m. Tre?.r':r Raleigh, Oct. 20, lfeyj. - is on i-1 vne next ensui stockholders of th Line Railroad Cons office, in Raleigh. 1890, commencing Raleigh, Oct. 20 1 1----r-i--'.