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. MM K.N'. Coat CAUTION Jt..?srft3 eAV, tins liiimnu-ami price stamped on bottci" Or.'W AND vol' 11 11 oil liS. J." .11!" 5 ' i i ,, ll.ivr IlocnSold ,1 Vk I-MM :. i; si. n! 1( Siuuple Card -of ...-.rni't'i.Tivcs. IS, i 111 A . 1) I pin vm lull GEN I7C 2fe THE SUCCESS OF THE hiid Mm Ikkm OOIETY si I m hi nm OF- 3STEW YORK Is attracting wida attention, for the fol lowing reasons: 0. 4 W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. Tine Onlf ami Laced Waterproof (nin. caXWS new Insurance in 1889 was 66 per cent. m . . . - - ...... v.uniwx rtrr- i mems or us mousauds or constant wearers. over that, of the nrp.vinna vpar . 4 - - j 2d. New business in 1889 nearly standard dress twenty millions of dollars. FOR THE BOYS, FOR THE YOUNG MEN AND FOR THE OLD MEN OF TEE BEST AND LATEST STYLES OF IMPORTED WOOLLENS. NOW REABY. -:o:- My Fall Stock OF 1st. The increase in the amount of Fan ScV00 l:?u V!l p Hnn'l-weil, an eleant and J st Misti dross Mkw which commends itself. $.00 llnml.Newed Welt. A fine calf Shoe $0.50 (.(Midyear Welt Is the etandai . yio. at a popular price. S.BO 1'oln emn n'M Shoe Is especially afted .,or rallroal men, farmers, etc. All made In Congress, Button and Lace. ?3&S2 SHOES i. The ratios of payments for Death Claims and Expenses to amount at Risk are LOWER than those of the hi) !-V!'.l. 10 C VLL AT R.FEURALL &CO'S HI r o. th-ille Street, v j , . ... : i nc lint ft lino of iuia: and fancy ROCERIES IN Till: CITY. . for LADIES. have Itocn most fnvornhlir rrruK'rl clnr-a ii,.niinil.i to'av'Hhwsi.Trho16"!18 make them 8uperlor klest and largest Life Insurance Com- ciStWS New York? andthe Ratios of postal for order blanks. A sspta tr T.i'QKniricc i v. Xj, I()L(;i-AS, Urockton, Mass. IllLLlSIfc BROS. Solo Agents for ltaloish, N. C, 13 1 Fayettcvilk Street. oct.l-Dtilljanlst 3UIXINOS Cannot Be Surpassed in the State, And my prices are RE3I AUK ABLY LOW. 1 Employ Only First-Class Workmen And guarantee satisfaction in every particu lar. WINETROB, MERCHANT TAILOR. 114 Fayetteville St. TiMKl 5PSI WATER. NINTH EDITION OF School History of North Carolina, By :m:sl1. John W. Moore. 40,000 Copies Now in the School. Price 85 Cent Per Copy, Post-paid. 1 o NEW THOROUGHLY REVISED EDITION OF FIRST STEPS IN-NORTH CAROLINA HISTORY BY MRS. C. P. SPENCER. Both t Assets to Liabilities in the Provident Savings Life are LARGE Pw, being $206 for every $100 of Liabilities, while in the three largest of the New York The Crowning Glory of the :0: hera and pupils will be charmed with thia delightful little book; 288 naeet b&m- uiuiiv uuiuiu. xnee loceuis uy man, mDlisaea Dy ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., BOOK-SELLERS AND PUBLISHERS, RALEIGH, N. C, North Carolina Headquarters lor School Books, Law Book, &c., &c. CATALOGUE FREE. CROSS & LUSTEHlSr. NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAIL.Y. WE WILL SHOW NOW IN A FEW DAYS ONE OF THE NICEST AN MOST COMPLETE LINE OF PATAPSCO FLOURING. MILLS. 1 NEW, 1771. - - - - 1890. FRESH AND DiblRABLE PATENT OGAMBRiLL h Co. mm 'goods Patapsco- Superlative PATENT- AT- ids & bought THE PREMIER FLOUR OF A3IEUICA. MANUFACTURED FROM THE Companies the Ratios are as $127, $118 and 3108 to every $100 of their Lia bilities. 4th. Life Insurance at ACTUAL COST, that brings insurance within the reach of many heretofore unable to carry it. 5th. It never costs one-half the price charged for it in "Best Old Style Life Companies," whose experience proves that hardly 39 percent, of their Prem ium Receipts were necessary to insure the lives of their Policy-holders; while the balance was used FOR SQ3IETHING ELSE besides insurance. 6th. Past experience shows that the better the plans of the Society are known, the greater its income becomes. To know what these plans are, call at the Company's office in Greensboro, N. C, or on any of my Agents in the State. J- S. JONES. Many Wonderful lie sour ces ol North Carolina. AN UNSURPASSED TONIC, APPE TiZER AND BLOOD PURIFIER. ALL AND WINTER EVER BROUGHT WW TO THIS (pLOTHINB MARKET, INCLUDING ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS AND STYLlSy ais and Furnishing Goods Departir nt COMPLE TE. A SURECUItE FOli DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC DIvKKHOE i, SCROFULA, ECZEMA, AND SOME KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES. CURES PEOPLE AT OR AWAY FROM THE SPRINGS. HIGHLY ENDORSED BY EMINENT PHYSICIANS. New lot of FALL NECKWEAR just opened. It will pay you to inspect nr stock. Lowest Prices Guaranteed. CROSS & LINEHAN, Holleman Building, - - 210 Fayetteville St. G- L S 'G- O W, "V.A.. ;0 : THE GRANDEST ENTERPRISE OF THE 2STBW SOUTH. :o: SEVERAL NEW AND LARGE INDUSTRIES JUST SECWRED. :o.- OVER ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY HOUSES TO BE BUILT AT OKOE. If You Can't Buy from Your Druggist, Address PANACEA SPRINGS At HOTEL CO., :o: septi-tf Oxford. N. C. NOW IS THE TIME FOR SAFE INVESTMENT, AND QUICK AND LAKHfc DAVID FUNSTEN & CO., Real Estate a-d Stock Brokers Glamw, Ta. B3F"ll notified in advance, we will meet parties at any traia. taagSl-Sia MANAGER. oct2-tf A $25,00O FARM. NORTH Phone 28- -16 Hargett Bt ONE OF 0 liters Binders I UAI.UKill, . c. x "l th- UiruMft and b'.t cquip ('! -liuii'Si'- u! the kind in the , :th Uti-t mar. rial and maoliinerv, '"!-:iiv. M-all kinds of Print ing Ifiitilnu' 1 KB BK1I. OH, CHOICEST WINTER WHEAT, And makes bread famous for its RICH, CREAMY COLOR HELLER BROS., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in A THE BEST IN CAROLINA. PTANOQ lANOO AND AND ORQA1TO" RGAXO -AND - r I' ' 'h-u lux.,,. w'. i ; 1 1 . 1 our Lodgers, Cit-h-1' k-", Ac, very u- !" t:;Tiii mak.-an.l I'L.VT OPEN- &2.00 i .y f,.r nm- Civut lUnd-Uooli for 111 U 1 'tl'dtcs, HEN. (!. MAXI7AI", OF ORANGE GROVE EXTRA. PI.MLIUO ((iraham or unnoited; Most Delicious Flavor UNSl'RVASSEI) FOR BREAD, BISCUIT OU PASTRY. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR PATAPSCO SUPERLATIVE PATENT. ME DOR A HIGH GRADE WINTER PATENT ROLANDO'CHOICE PATENT. PATAPSCO FAMILY PATENT. CAPE HENRY FAMIIA . PATAPSCO EXTRA. NORTH POINT FAMILY. CHESAPEAKE EXTRA. BEDFORD FAMILY. I'AW AM) FORMS, visum in existence. u;ct EIWAHDS ic IiUOUGHTON, UALi:ic;ii, x. c. BALDWIN FAMILY. MAPLETON FAMILY. SEVERN MILLS EXTRA. HOWARD MILLS EXTRA. CAMDEN SUPER. COLIII M. HAWKINS & CO., INVESTMENT BROKERS, 3.M I'AVETTEVILLE ST., Raleigh, X. C. On salo in Barrels aud Half Barrels, Half, Quarter, Eighth and Sixteenth backs. E. 1. tali Mi ts, BALTIMORE. f " v a.,,! ski.l commission ALF. A. THOMPSON, Agt., J Seven Hundred and Fifty (750) Acres For Sale by JNO. A. WILLIAMS, Real Estate Agent, Oxford, N. 0. D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't, WHOLESALE r.nmmiQcmn Mprnhant I Terms tlie Best. VUlllllllWWIUli I7IUIUIIUIII STOCK THE LARGEST. JPrices tlie Loirost. NOW IN STORE ON CONSIGNMENT: A FINE LOT Land for Sale. hundred and fifty acres at $7.00 per acre. Two hundred and forty-nine and a half (219M) 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, Reai Estate Agent, sept7-tf Oxford, N. C c, cut a:;: hoe mim In white pine barrels. Ivnabe, Kranich & Bach, Wegmaa Kimball 230 Gallons Strictly Pure Country Cider Vinegar. It pleases all who try it; 40c. gallon; 10 gal lons at 30c. Miller, Kimball, Needam HE LLER 1310 S. Are just receiving their second supply of LADIES' MEN'S, MISSES' AND CHIL DREN'S SHOES, For Fall and Winter wear; and as these goods were all ordered previous to the advance, caused bv the McKinley bill, they aro enabled to sell or fill orders at the lowest prices. We claim to keep the largest assortment of STYLISH AND SUBSTANTIAL SHOES In the State, ad respectfully ask a call of all in want of first-clrss foot wear. TH CONSIGNMENTS OF WESTERN ft. G. APPLES, POTATOES, ONIONS, CABBAGE, CHICKENS, EGGS, &c, &c, Received almost daily. BANJOS, GUITARS, TTI'LEfS, ANJOS, JTUITARS. V IOL1NB, WALTERS METHOD RDERS FlLLED AT CasuPrices- MY FALL STOCK AND EVERYTHING IN THE MViIAL LIME. THE BEST -Beet line of- -FOR- OF STAPLE, FANCY AND HEAVY GARMENT CUTTING. GROCERIES THINGS AT LOWEST PRICKS. ARRIVING DAILY. HELLER BROS. octl6-3m. This system, with the elegant line ol IMPORTED SUITINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION CARRIED EY O. IV. WALTERS, THE TAILOR, Is a combination which infallibly makes a handsome and pertect fitting suit. U. CLASSES OF MOCKS, AND COMMERCIAL PAPER. sept7-WeFriSan-3m RALEIGH, N. C. -'Toto .CfUi attention to the negotia tion of bond s. Foi;- LONDON TOP COATS. PARISIAN MODEL JACKETS. THREE QUARTER JACKETS. PARISIAN LONG WRAPS. ENGLISH WALKING JACKETS. FLUSH WKAFri. Reefers and Shoulder Capes. Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Infants' Long and Short Cloaks, All Custom-Made and Made to Fit. 3TTJ THE NEW FALL STOCK OF W AND BEAUTIFUL SUITINK Is now on exhibition at G. N. WALTER'S, The TAiLor, sepl7tf Fayetteville Street. All the desirable things, latest cuts in Capes, high shoulders and pointed fronts. 3Iuffs to match. Chilchen's Sets in all the Popular INSTITUTE, Raleigh, N. C. Styles. All at Popular Prices UTIKS, KAIL WAYS MM (J 1 N I I ST III A L COM PAN I ES. FALL TRADE - - 1890. ! iv. t ::l Pitiable Wn ltaTe! iv i ....... . J.J. THOMAS & CO., UALEK.II, N. CM General Commission Merchants, (irocers and Cotton Sellers, Have in store and to arrive 9A' lh pfnnd-hand baeeing. 50 yd. rolls. BLANKETS, LAP KUnL5, StiawiiD, DOWN COM dORTS, WHITE FLANN Hi-LiOj RED FLANNELS, EMBHOIDEKED L AiN .nlb, KNIT SHIRTS, . CANTON FLAAxNuo, EIDERDOWNS. WOOL UNDERWEAR. tit ii 1 . -:o:- " . I, V "x,,,ri .u.,xoraio. 5, I ' w,, " . 1 lots in the very heart 5, M'ir.v ... ';"''co, partly in t!m town 1. ; ,,rl,! --pf $.-w,ooo. tiub 1 iV i ''il 1 I 1 M Mll'l U. I 2) " Bagging Cloth, 30 yd bdls " 2' " New Bagging, 50 " rolls. Ha 2 .4 . 50 " k (I K (( 4 30 " " 5,000 000 000 ( (MM) " U " " 500 Bundles New Arrow Ties. oon " Whole and Pieced Ties. great lUirrrimr for sheets. Bagging Twine; also worthy Meat, Meal, Corn, Flour, Bran, Hay, Sugar, tment. Coffee. Ac . all of which we offer upon very odina best terms. As a COTTON MARKET t?0imrii pywU oil. Her ComDress and nu- fnr loreicrn shioment and f n in Rkal Estate, state spiDners. gives us good demand at all Oxtord, N. C tim- a. We offer our 18 years' experience as IIP . --1- sellers to those who wish to sell upon arrival " AKHfl?f irnTTcn and those who wish to hold tor higher prices, l'' !J. imv,,, uutoij. vtiUt where desired, make liberal casn ad 23.1 ' , .VAr1) r' "ALEion.N.0. SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! 11 'li'ihil 1 i lots, and i wmtliv 'ii. i . i ; . . . . ' . i 'linen as an inves ' -:T,''ri:-.,t,,sv'1 nnd is locat i "i uiu world NEW GOODS Come to Us Daily. 129 and 131 Fayetteville St. J',llN' A. WILLIAMS, RALEIGH DYE WORKS, D. AV. C. Harris, Proprietor. P-t lay 1 10.50 to 115 per weok t n FLORENCE u-A.uuNflToN, Manager, ,wl.iaoala at Ya tr 'rntl, rnv. ttfwfn v uwuoo, a.uu r,3p,Cci t.: ,.!l0:,M) rffT wePk. 17 PremeSt8 8u' vances upon bills of lading or cotton in store. Low rates ol interest ana storage cuargeo. J. J. THOMAS At CO., Cotton Seixeks, sepH-D&W3mos Raleigh, N. O. Wood ! Wood ! . . --r -m-mr T "WOnT3 O CAA CORDS HUUU run L m f) U U Sale at 2.25 per cord oeiiverea BenlJimoB II. F. CHEATHAM. 8epl3-2rnos Dvine and cleaning and renovation of clothing a specialty. Fast colors guaranteed and wax ranted not to smut. Work done by the latest devices and ontne most approved plan. Gloves, curtains, plumes, feathers, and, in fact, everything cleaned and renovated and made as bright and soft as new. Special attention to orders tnrougn man. Call on or write to "HARRIS DYE WORKS," Martin Street, may 16 Baleigh, N. 0. The 54th year of this old school, its I8th year at Raleigh, begins September 3d, 1890. Professor A. Batjmann, who needs no commen dation anywhere in the South.will continue as Director of Music, and Miss E. G. Buck, whose repu tation is unsurpassed, wiU contin ue to preside over the Art De partment. Every Teacher in the Faculty is a specialist in her department. Address: JAMES DINWIDDIE, M.A. (University of Virginia) Principal, d-w-tf Raleigh, N. C LOWEST PRICES. FREE DELIVERY. Quick sales and prompt returns guaranteed on all consignments. Correspondence from snippers solicited. Phone 28. D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't. PRETTY FURNITURE MAKES COSY HOMES I COSY HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE ! and A. G. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day by the liberal teims they offer on all kinds of FURNITURE1 Fancy Chairs! Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! Auction Sales of Valuable Farming: Lands. Chamber Suits, complete, in great variety Broken Suits provided if desired. Bv virtue of power conferred on me bv three several mortgage deeds, executed by Hackney b. Lilts and Lucv Lues, which are dulv re corded in the Keaistrv of Wake countv, in Book No. 60, at page 355; Book No. 79, at page 175, and Book 110, at page C17, respect ively, I will offer for sale, to the highest bid der lor cash, at the Court Jdouse door at the city of Raleigh, N. C, on Monday, Dec. 8, 1890, 12 O clock M, two tracts ot land, lying in St. Mary's town ship, Wake county, N. C., at the confluence of Neuae river and Poplar creek: one tract being the residence tract of the late H. S. Liles, con taining one hundred and eleven acres, more or lees; the other being known as the Sam Liles place, and containing seventy-two and one-half acres, more or less. B. F. MONTAGUE, Raleigh, Nov. 7, 1890. (nov9-tds) We will accommodate you and please you you will let us, We have too manv things to talk about. Come and see tnem I It will be like going to a fair. A. G. RHODES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. No. 10 Exchange Place. Valuable Lands for Sale. Write us for circulars, catalogues, ic. NORTH STATE MUSIO CO., Cecil Q. Stone, Mk, 113 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, H. O. D. S. WAITT, AGT., Is Offering SPECIAL BARGAINS IN Single and iVle breasted black frtttk suits. Single br&ffUi, four - button tutawy and sack suits. RagU breasted, straight at nj rjTTI I XT"1 eack tufts. Extra siz iylUXHJ-iX Kx, euitsin saks. Iaag ma's business aett mere suite. Brs' at children's ffults. Tflileli will be sold atfinr EST POSSrSLK MB fT CASH. Geata' nMitrwtr, all grates. Qtttta' jvirta , , and Oaitta faMti Seasonable drawtrt. rka JSSa- Furnishing mon wm skir, ri-.j,, lars aiA ffc. Bhie UOOQS. neckwear, a b I t y, gltves, UB?Br. Cellars, fiito a ratttw f smaller war. NobVy sft kata fr yuag m a . Zjateat style rtKf katafei Hi lap Alinn'i Mmm Fin wll ami aretitai Soft and Stiffbri klkte. tt a, arle. cava a lt f xiaiS. sample hate, wldifc ara outoftke raalarta. bought Trv kt,Rji will e)l ardrfly. Umbrellas and Rub ber Coats. Bv virtue of the power contained in the last" will and testament of Richard Gwyn, de ceased, we, R. R. and T. L. Gwyn, executors of said will, will sell at public sale, on the premises, on Wednesday, the 12th day of No Yember, 1890, the following lands, to-wit: Fifteen hundred acres, more or less, in Surrv countv, N. C , on the waters of Mitchell river and South Fork. The lands are in a very healthy section, six to ten miles north of Elkin, well watered and timbered, with fine water power, and thought to contain valuable mineral ores, &c. Terms cash, as the time has arrived for the settlement of the estate, K. R. and T. L. GWYN, Executors of Richard Gwvnn, deVd. Elkis, N. C, Oet. 9, 1S9J. (octl0-30d Pla: dag m brtllas, GO ami O ata.j Fancy hardla 91ri 95 ta.; Fami; kaaala Gloria, vwy 4ijr 11.11; faaiy Blk.Ol r2.S0,8.aX,SA;fAJ7 Alpaaa, fSt. t.li. Faaay aaff mttmt, eailar batteai, saiaa. earf pint, bad; ami society pias; Berataia Jewelry, Perlnni- water fr the tailat 4. ry and Toilet othar perfSM?; Ot boaps. gaVs'i, Browm'i mmI Kirk's toilet Call aad xaattea mf new goods. D. S. TTAITT, ARt. oct4-3mos HOW TO MAKE MONET! 7MnV is the title of a by the Equitable Lfan 24-pag paaipais aaa tromervst.. Jra'fJltv. N. J. If you want to know kow aad wkara aa$y wiUnetthe larsest tewma iTat&4 la real estate, either U larg er small asaoaata, aen4 address and c py will ba mailed free.