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UKIteO -FRUITS change of schedule I Q h 1 . -mm on.n . ,iir . . nm ! On the Richmond and nanvitia nn. I uu I - Uilil tirnSiMU LSiC . I 11:1). I - OP I 0-L-0T-H:tNl0 Go's Big Ek All tiowprancr readers will remerahrr rn.i inp; short time ago of a big Are in the II. B. Claflin Company 'b immenso storo in New York, causing an actual lss of , J, R. THRALL & CD'S, 222 Fayetteville Street. road to Take Effect Sunday, May 1 rwu 1 un Oa Sunday next, May 10th, 1891, the Richmond and Danville Railroad will v-uauy euueuuie. i rains carrvin J- V J- -Ll AND g pas- Ono Hundred Thousand Dollars. Tho regular buyer for FRANK THORNTON, FAYETTEVILLE, H. C, wired bint thV ;vspon as h ?n!iTjmre Ad Jatr( wile turoau ihrc oul.i be big bar gains in the rusrkct. lie was advised to use hi atvrcuon ana me resuu is nigniy satis California Evaporated Apricots and Apples. N. 0. DRIED APPLES and PEACHES. FEENCII ANB TURKISH rttUNES. Caiilornia Dried Grapes. Etc. NORTH CAROLINA GREEN APPLES At Prices to Suit Everybody. Pure, Fresh-Ground, Old-fashioned ili mvrvuya suiiuie reuuu is nigniy sails- i7ji..: . i u tft,Moiy to me, and 1 mink will be ta rny pat- VirSim Kuckwheat, Pennsylvania linck wheat and Craham Flonr. rn. e were among tne F'irtST BUYERS at Una slaughter sale, and secure A -FIRST CHOICE of the mont desirable goods offered, and pro- obtained. The majority of these goods you would never know had been through a fire, unless told so, or on acconnt of The Extraordinary Low Price. We mention a few of them, and suggest an early inspection, as they will not stay with us long. Five Cases Cabat. 1-1 Bleached Muslin. Fresh Ground Hominy and Grits. NEW OATMEAL, OAT FLAKES, WHEAT FLAKES AND CRACKED WHEAT. Prices and Quality of all goods in our line . i i i or guaranteeu. ieiepnone oo. I $ I I ltegnlar price 8a. per yard; the p.e.e or yard, at Gc. we now offer by Flv Ones I'ruit ol the Loom l)leach d Muslin, at x j. per yard, by piece or yard. Five Hales 4-4 Echo Lake Fine Un nieached Muslin. 1'egnlar price 7c per yard; we now offer at 5';c. per yard. Two Hundred Pieces dress Prints, new faring styles; regular price 7KC1 we now off r at 4c. Chain e Delaines, worth everywhere Sc. per yard; wo now offer at 23 per yard. Twenty. rive Pieces Blue Twilled Flannels', hM y and firm; value 50c. per yard; we now i.ff -i V. 'I'll, per yard. Ten Hales Dwisht Anchor 1-4, Heavy and Fine Unbleached Muslin, repi'.ir price 9c; we now offer by the piece or yard, at 7o. per yard. On Chc Lancaster 10-4 Unbleached Sheeting, a ratu iHrj;air; we offer at 193. per yard. (.'km- Dwight Star Unbleached 0-iin h Pillow Cae Muslin, regular price and value 10c; we now offer at 7c. ptr jard. Two Cases Continental Unbleached 40-iuch Pillow Case Muslin regular price and value Ho.; we now offer at 7;c per yard. Ouc Cae Fine Unbleached 35-inch Muslin, regular price 7c; we now offer at 40. per yard. Twenty-Five Pieces 04-inch Bleached Table Damasks, real value and regular price 5Cc; we now offer at 32c. per yard. Twenty-two Hundred and Thirty Yards Plaid Nainsook, one of the biggest bargains you over saw, at iytc. per yard. Twenty-one Hundred and Sixty-one Yards Plaid Nainsook. See them, at 5c. per yard. Filteen Hundred and Thirty-lour Yards Lace Pearl Nainsook, at Cc. per yard. Kiehtccn Hundred and Thirty-one Yards Lace Pearl Nainsook, l."c. per yard quality, at 0c. per yard. Twenty-five Cases Aassorted Pants floods. This assortment comprises the following w 11 known brands: LOUISIANA, ATTAKAPPASS, COVINGTON DOESKINS, DOUBLE AND TWIST CASSIMERES, ETC., ETO. These goods will be sold at 25 PER CENT LESS than usual price, and you cannot detect a flaw in them Fifteen Cases Assorted Ginghams, real worth 10c; we now offer bj the yard or piece at iiy,G. per yara. Ten Cases Satines, worth actually 15o.i we now offer by the yard or piece at 7o. BUY A ROACH TRAP- Will catch Hoaxes and eoon lid you house oi mese peais. QUAKER CITY - LAWN MOWERS. Will cut grass evenly and make voxir lawn look tmootn ana neat. -YOUNO AMERICA - NICKEL-PLATED LAMPS. eengera will arrive and leave Raleigh as Train No. 9, (Day passenger, west bound) will leave Goldsboro 2:57 p. m., daily; leave Selma, N. 0 , 3:50 p. m.,and arrive at Raleigh 4:49 p. m., laying over uuiu o.iu U. iii., WJitU 16 Will 1 C y- . . leave ior wreen.sDoro arriving there at 10:00 p. m., in time to make close con nection with trains for all points north, south, and west. Train No. 10 (day passenger from Greensboro and the west) will arrive in Raleigh at 1.28, p. m., same as now, and leave for Selma and Goldsboro at 1.33, p. m., connecting at Selma with ''Short cut" tor t ayetteville, and at Goldsboro with W. & W., for Wilmington, and points south, and with A. & N. C. R. K., lor wew JJerne and Morehead City: Train No. 11, (fast freight and passen ger mixed) will leave Raleigh every night 1 r - . -l i i at x ou, a. ui. , arriving in ureeusooro at a o clock, a. m. ibis train has rulman sleeping car from Raleigh to Greensboro, open to receive passengers at liaieign at any time after 9 00, p. m. Train No. 12, (fast freight and passen ger mixed) leaves Greensboro every night at 12:10 a. m., and arrives in Ral eigh at 7:15 a. m., Pullman sleeper from Greensboro to Raleigh, and leaves Ral eigh daily, except Sunday, for Selma and Goldsboro at 8:45 a m., making connec tion at Selma with the Short Cut for Wilson, Tarboro, and all points in Eas tern Carolina via. Wilson, and arrives in Goldsboro at 12:20 p. m. No. 13, (daily passenger tram tor Durham, Oxford, Keysville, Richmond and Baltimore via. York River Line) leaves every morning, Sundays included same as now at 8:15. No. 14 (Day paseenger from Rich mond, via Keysville, Oxford and Dur ham, will arrive in uaieign at r.Ud p.m., daiiv. No. 63 (Day local freight with pas?en2 ger coach attached) will leave Selma every morning except bunday, at 7:30 a. m. , arrive in Raleigh at 9:24 a. m., and leave Kaleigh lor tireensboro at 10:10 a. m. No. 62 (Local day freight, with pas senger coach attached) arrives in Ral eigh daily except Sunday, from Greens boro at 1 .00 p. m. , ana leaves ior seima at 1:45 u. m. IS NOW READY AND WE BEG LEA YE TO REM AUK Til IT A3 USUAL WE PIE IlsT IT. WE CAN SHOW YOU ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND R A "1 T EL OUR LINE OF FUPrLisrisxiiisro- goods hats IS COMPLETE. Summer Goods. CHUGS- RNS. I. WINETROB, 114 FAYETTEVILLE ST., THE TAILOR Ws extend to the trade a cordial invitation to call on ua, feeling it will be t j yonr advantage. -OUR LINE OF- NECKWEAR CANNOT BE EXCELLED. CROSS & L.INEKAN, Raleigh, N. C, 210 Fayettevilie St. I I5( ELY'S CREAM BALM-Cleaneea the VaaaocrAC- &l ava fain mid inuauiiuaLiuii. Sores, Jtestores -.taste ami omen, auu Apply into the Nostrils. It is Quickly Absorbed, )c. Druggists or by man. ELY UliOS., 55 v anen fcu Nasal I! J""J Healet CVuresi I. 1 I 1 Sill v y V ST rr . Invites his friends and customers to fx amine Goods for FINE AND MEDIUM CLASS SUITINGS AND RANT" GOODS. I make a p6cialty ot Cheap Pants Which I make to order from $4.50 to SG.OO. 'tST I 'ell piece goods by the yard, and have a large line to select from. MPT Prices are Low and satisfaction Guaranteed. -FOR- BOOKS : AftlD : STATIONERY. TTTTT TT TT HH HR HHHHH HH II II EEEEE EEE EEEEE A neat, nw style Lamp, gives tho light of Zii caudles lcks are easy ly pui in PRICES LOW. We can snpply everything yon want in this line :o: OUR SPECIALTIES : T!orlra ftfn ti nnfirv. Blank Books, Supreme uourt Keporcs, oianuaru. iu.iuciiu- neous Books. , Diaries, N. C. MUTUAL L.1FE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. -Oxjb New Publications :- MRS. SPENCER'S FIRST STEPS IN N. C. HISTORY, MOO SCHOOL SEND FOR PRICES. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., T? AT.EIGrH. r. C RICHARD A. McCUBDY, Teesilem. Assets , Liabilities .1147,151901 2) . 137,173,727 S2 mi i si A N D E Vsung D Rai.f.igh, N. C. L Sis i We Offer You a Remedy which Insures Safety to Life of Mother and c '. ?t. 'PHONE 28. 16 HARGETT ST. BEST FOR SEED, BEAUTIFUL, BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE. THER'S FRiEHD " JZobs Confinement of it3 1'ain, Horror and Ilislc. After UFlngor.ebottleof " Slnthrr's Frirml" I B'ifiored but little pain.aivl Uii not rxptTionce that weakness afterward usi;, '. in such cases. 2Irs. Assiii Gage, Lamar, Ho., Jau. 15th, 1J91. Sent by expross, charpos irepaid, on receipt of price, $.1.00 per bottle. Bovkto Mothers mailed free. ESUADPIF.LD JIEGUIi ATOK CO., ATLANTA, GA, 60LD BY ALli DRUGGISTS. 00 - IE - REESE. Lime and Cement. -0 o -:o: Tho UalAih T.aml and Irnorovement Com pany now offer for sale building lota upon their property in NORTHEAST RALEIGH, 1 hia property has been laid out into third, fourth and eighth of an acre lots, and there i9 thus offered very cheap and more costly homestead or otner sues. Jones, Edenton, Lane, Swain, Seawell and Idlawild Streets, and Oakwood and New Berne Avenues touch and run through the property, and these streets and avenues have been graded and ornamental with shade trees where needed. Tho lota upon this property will be offered on the most reasonable terms and upon time rl there ia thus nreeoated fcV D UUIV.ITOV.., . an opportnnitvto Becure a homestead or other site upon e igiblo property, which will not de- crt aso in vaiuo, hum wmu w w centive to save money. MTLLINERY. SPRING AND QUMMER - S9i PRING AND Oil AIMER 1891. Imported and Domestic Trimmed Hats and Bomists. Twenty-five Pit' at HiBtono-half their value. ...,. i,iM as are offered in this selection U it r aru juch bargains as AlU " ,tt lone. cxi todingly rare, and don t last long. WHOLESALE ttl.,tt vrv jndiciensly Place early orders, bo SrVtbe .toik Is Picked over. FRANK THORNTON FAYETTEVILLE, N. 0. I JUap OI IUB piO'JJOiy auu be obtained from the Secretary ana ireasurer upon application. Ai r. .111 rn. i w " r9l.tf. Secretary and Treasurer. u . .. . -- f Twenty-five Cases Floor Oil Cloths (nfJit ( IfTj 1, A Hare Caigain, WlW (vVSfci. 73c. per yard; wo now offer at fef$J' L TTTnii i '""T m XntiS-Z feV T 1 , 1 t F W i P3 l- Vrf" s vu. ...-i. ST.?- I Xt. Call to fee, or wri'e to L. R Wyatt, Ral- t K C l Dealer in all kinds of Farm lm TV.fl err Aflt.P f vaxietv of fancv straw braids in the desirable shades of Grey, Tan, Black, 4c, lor Ladies, Misses and wee little ones. 'All the new shades in Chiffon and other trimmin? materials, flowers so very natural you wonder nature does not also yield its per fume. A fine line of infants fine Crepe de Chene and Muslin Caps. N. C. Buuch Feauuis. Easy to cultivate. Yields more and eella better on this market than any other. NEW CABBAGE RECEIVED DAILY. (Lowest Prices to the Trade). BANANAS, ORANGES AND LEMONS Constantly on hand. Finest N. C. and Sugar-cured Ham, E. C. Breaklaat Bacon, Sides, &c. -NEW CROP MOLASSES Cuba, New Orleans and Syrups. FRESH GROUND HOMINY, GRITS, OATilEAL AND BUCKWHEAT. Fresh Lunch Biscuit, Soda Crackers, Cakes, Ginger-Snaps, &c. Preserves Jellies, Canned Corn, Peaches, Tomatoes, Blackberries, &. Best Fancy Patent and Family Flonr. Consignments of all kinds of country pro duce solicited. Quick sales and prompt returns. For furthe r inform ation write to D. T. JOHNSON, Agt, GROCER AND Wholesale Commission Hereout, RALEIGH, N. C. Carson's Rivsiioa Weoikmd Lias, Dealers, Builders Tanners, Paper-Makei s say IT IS THE BEST. One dealer writes to the manufacturers as fnllfiwa' 'We take great pleasure 'in assuring you that we are selling to all the principal con d Vmiirifirs inonrcitv. and shippine a good deal to neighboring towns, with tntire i.tisn.f!r.iin to all. We consider it the best lime in our market. Ve fiad the barrel larger and in better condition than other brands wo have sold, aud have never had to nv r nt an.rt fiiroooru-rasa on your barrels " Another writes: " We have been handling for Ihe last four years r.i dm Mtfl nf t'mm vnno to 10.00 J barrels per vast find ron aicUr it the best we have ever handled. It slacks quickly and is free from core, himps and specks, ior general use tnere id nene oo'icr. Another writRs: "We have handled thou sands of barrels of rour Centennial Linio in the last six or seven years, and take pleasure in reeoromondnig it to tne puDiic. 11 siauna up well nd quio:i. is very white and free trom impnritics." For sale by the barrel or car-load as low as any Standard quality, by Jones & Powell- Mantjfacturebs' Agents RALEIGH, N. C. Surplus $9,981,233 38 When solicitod to ineure in other Companion, rememtcr that THE MUIUL LIFE lSbUU ANCECOilPYot New York is entitled to y..ur first consideration, since it holds the Ion-most place among the Life Insurance Institutions ot the world, and ofl'-rs superior advanUigen in a! 1 the features of busine ss, together with nnc qu s lied financial feenrity. 1. It is the Oltest a:.ive Life Insuranoo Company in this coutilrr. 2. It is the Lvkoeht Lilc Insurance Com pany in the world. 3. It is the SxnoxoEsr financial institution in the world4ts assets amounting to rufi o than $117,0C0,0U0. 4. It 18 the Safest Company in which to in sure. HAIR nniTiTifra thft nrfittifist lin? of Ties to be found anywhere, all the new Hair Ornaments, KracA Bts ifiwp.irv. etc. in iaci. every imuK to bo found in a nrst-ciasa millinery ami jauuy irrrices reasonable. Satisfaotion guar- teed. MISS MAGGIE REESE, ItALEiaH, N. O. 5. It is the Createst Company in which t-i ineure. Its large dividend rtt una re duce tho final cost ft Insurance to a. minimum. 6. It is the Best Company in which to in sure, as it combines all tho advantages of age, large and eelect membership, iiuan cial strength, absolute sreurit;', and th cheapest insurance that is houtly pos sible under any contract which ha a deti nite va no to the benclkiary. 7. It has no stoekholdors to claim any part of tho profits. Tho ::-suts and sttrplu.i all belong to the iiisim 1. 8. Its ratio of expons, to receipts -how.- tlo most economical management. 9. Its New Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company. 10. It places no Restrictions upon Travel, Occupation or Ro-aidence afWr being two years m lorce. 11.- Being practically Non-Fomt.itakle and Incontestable it provides a legacy and not a lawsuit. 12. It is the Snrri.rsT and m jst comprehen sive torm of Insurance Contract evor issued. If the Policyholder pay his Pre mium while he lives, the Company will pay the full value oi Lis Policy when h- ti, Hilr-irrli Pl Tro Fartnrv is now mak- I diss. ing ice and ready to fill orders by car-load or urw.. tvo.-i mmprlintolv nnon meorle88)asJlow a3 mo lowest. Qaality N-AU .r. pa -1 J I O E - best. Jones & Powell, PIANO IANO S AND AND ORGANS RGANW. mar4.tf STOCK THE IiARGEST. Terms tlie Best,. Prices tlie Lowest, Knabe, Kranich & Bach, Wegman Kimball BB-A-XJTIFTJXj A RTISTIO CALENDARS r w FOR 1891. :o: vja ViavA a. larfA RHsnrtment of Beautiful Calendars on Card-board, Banners, &c, from which to make selections. PIANOS ,5.0 gen Udifs i Boys- L.75 5ES acceptance of procl'-s of death. 14. The Distribution P-ucy of this Com pany presents a mont attractive invest ment feature. It not only accumulate. I the surplus arising from the premium over tne cost oi tne msurauw "U policv in force during the Distribution period, but increases it by compound interest. Miller, Kimball, Needam MILLER & LINDSAY, District Agents for No:th Carolina, rfALEIGH. X. C. Office in Ilenry BuiMinjr, immediately in front of Postoffice Lo;k Box a"J. t- i- ltlot a no her will cost cut tiiis out, tilling in the Mam s, and n.l v ns. We will return you e.-.timate and one oi our calendars: Amount Age (nearest birthday) Name Address aprl-tilljanl ORGANS w. l. douclas mum fflfi mil M-k A TTnc TTTT A R TTTniiTNS OANJOS. VXUITARS. V IOLINS, $3 SHOE hitsinf.ss 1W FN desirine to use Calen dar Advertising will find it to their interest to call at onee ana get prices. We shall not be ble to fill orders after the 15th of December. AND EVERYTHING IN THE MUSICAL LINE. -Best line of- CALL AT ONCE. Edwards & Broughion, Printers! Binders AT LOWEST PRICES. Write ns for circulars, catalogues, &o. NORTH STATE MUSIC CO., Cecil G. Stone, Ma'n, 113 Fayetteville St.. Raleigh, N. C. find other special ties for Gentlemen, T.ad ies. etc.. are war ranted, and so stamped on bottom. Address V, L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. bold by HELLER BROS.. 134 Fayetteville St., 8ole Agents fob Bajleiqh, N. C. COLIN M. HAWKINS & CO., INVESTMENT BROKERS, 331 FAYETTEVILLE ST., RALEIGH, N. O. RALEIGH, N. Ci. ) p hrBt Mowers HarveattTS, Binders, V6?h Grain Caps, as per Hay ivaiio, j above cuts. VNiinYSAKTHE3IU3I ROSES, ETC. PHhe finest nhxysanthums. Best ev - .V "rXaf,v sorts Choice ever- blooming . greenhouse and Out ereens and Magnolias, ure Bouauets BedainK rtn Cauliflower, PEACE INSTITUTE, uuui and Floral "Yom Swe1' e'?.afabt 25gI of April. . f - err Phi m ''gjffifcaK. .Florid logue. Baleigh, N. C. RALEIGH. N. C. o o o THE 8EOOKD TEBM BEGINS MONDAY, J AN, 10TH. o o o Address JAS. DINWIDDLE, M. A., OllTniv. ol Virginia, ; Baleiqh, N. 0. Administrator's Notice. Having qualified as administrator of the estate ol IS. V. Denton, aeceseeu, uuuw c hereby given to all parties having claims iS laid estate to present them to the uldersigned at his office m Bs ugh on or be fore the 16th day oi vpni, lojl, will be plead in Dar oi mtir i'j- Baliegh, N. 0., April 1G, 1891. a-'uW. WE BUY and SELL on COXS1I38ION tJJLi OTASSSfl Of 6TOGK8, AND COililESCIAL PAPER. BONDS. The Crowning Glory of the Many Wonderful Resour ces ot North Carolina. AN UNSURPASSED T0N10, APPE- TiZER AND BLOOD PURI FIER. A 3UKECUBE FOIi DYSPEWIA.CHRONIO DIARKHOEA, SCROFULA, ECZEMA. AND SOjIE KIDNEY AND LIYEI1 TROUBLES. CURES PEOPLE AT OR AWAY FROM THE SPRLNS. W leTCta tpeciil aUention to the negotii tion of ONDS HIGHLY ENDORSED BY EMINENT PHYSICIANS. TOWNS, FOB If Yon Can't Bar trom Your Druggist, Address PANACEA SPnWGS ..' Oiford. N. C WM. M. JONES tS: CO., HOFFMAS, N. 0., H Manufacturers ol :R,oigli Xj-Limloer. Special attention given to filling orders of large dimeneiong. marM-U CITIES, RAILWAYS and INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES i i .f" i in 1 J t s 1 1 t I i t i! t'l i i J t C&refnl attention given to -th InTetmeiit of funds for out-of-town mvi o. iulyl-e? dy fr thn ev Bun Potato Slips Ready. Early Bed PeaWy, Yirgiula Nfd. Queen of the South, sugar urn, and Norton iamDaV3 u W Uaicigu, n.v. aprU-tf. - '