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OAILY STATE CHRONICLE, OCT 2. 1891.
7 - $ GOOD ..... t.i.- 1. re 11 n 'Vli !.1V. .i t ., v I':.: 1.. cates a spe filled. tffi STREET. 1 a:.l I -.t-c!.ra; :t rt it-- who ! r the Kxjh) j z of u ' f. Cnn L OUII, 1 . h.'o :-':!. N i k. 1 ; t- 0 iflS & GO. u . . ; K. Tics ;uul Ilin- linn s, Ii:tv, ): i HI 1 Ii! I ARI D I.I M ;. r:"-j'li-r.i!.d U,,N m:i.i.kiks. ;r v.i- Ml ADVANCES. Hi' ( f . ' i.Ul. 1 ', f Ml , I I " ,!.,. V- "iu.it in '" t.i' it ,t f,r : ' ''' V,!h i, L GLulBORN. JHHAM, N, c, In H. BIL Gel Ready for Winter, pirn h. Andrews, DEALER IN- WOOD and COAL, ANTHRACITE: Wilk sh:rre free burning white ash. Srhnv lkill it it a n it Shainokin I.orherry S-lmylkill it red Thf.-n- are the best hard coal for L:r:i! and stoves. BITUMINOUS : Kanawha West Virginia Splint, IVnnossee Splint, New River Splint. Mn'Kl' I i,.;ihuntas Soft. These are the . , i-t soft coal for grates and open ! r.n- places. WOOD. t In j S asoiu'il anil halt seasoneti Uak, Pfllt Nt nflH. Hickory, &t Original and old field llUll W V V ' ,,,,.,1 im,i Ihi'nnt wiit until y11 i v a-onrU pint . lo not .Ul unui S asom'd and half seasoned Oak, the ureat Southern Inter-State Ex position opens in Raleigh, on Oct. I, to buy your winter fuel, but iul your orders now, to 1MIIL II. ANDREWS. anl'J-Oiu. YNCHlil'KG & DURHAM R. K SHOUT LINE TO NOl'.TH AND WKST. Train leave Durham as follows : So. Ixcal, tUOiL m No. J. Mail ancl Express 3,r50 p. m. ! j Arrive at Durham: t No. 1, Mail ami Express,. . .UA a. m. I No. 21, liOCtl 5.30 p. in. j No 1 connects at Durham with Rich :r : I u .h :tt' ! moml and Danville traipn for Kaleish :, : h. IM ( "'tv ) rtn,i points South; at Denueston Jnnc . ... :r .... H. t.ft. - tion w,tll Atlantic ancl Danville trains . - i froTn Danville. No. 2 Connect s at DennUton Junction with Atlantic ami Danville train tor Danville. C1om conntHTtlon made ntlynchbnr with Richmond and Danville, Uhei peake and Ohio, ami Norfolk anl West era railroads, to and from all points North and Kast, st and South-west The hortt and most direct line to h1! points North and Weat. r or inrormaiion npiy 10 W. N. MHCHKLL, Gen'l Supt Lynchburg;, a I) itty except Snmlay. i Wakr f i .it D.ii v. ACKNT FOR i-::"urv Church Furnishing Goods. K. ?!!. .Such an I'tilnitM. I'ulpit Chairs, rvj and d Church Chairs. ALSO :.J School Furnishing Goods, .tu !i the Perfect AntomattA Fchco Desks Maps and .Slat Stoni Hlack Hoards Etc. D. P. HflSKITT. Raleigh, N C. I. O. liox !('.. 1 2T-.'?m k The Fall Term opens September 1st, lw'.l. New building with rmMiern lm- provernents. Electric Uuhta, hot and cld water bath. etc. Location on a hill. Excellent climate. For aita- lone addres, HOKNElt & DKEWUY, 7 r 2m Oxford, N. Special Bargains TO GI0S6 Out! lung I will sell within as short time as possible the stock of goods of the 1 late I). S. Vaitt, agent. This stock consists! of Clothing, Straw Hats, Soft and Still Hats, white and col ored Dress Shirts, and everything kept in a gents' furnishing store. 4 These goods must be sold, as business is to he closed out entirely. Goods will Ikj sold without re serve, and no goodt will be taken back after being paid for and deliy ered. H. V. WAITT. g .yj Every Rflcnth many women suffrr from Excessive or J Scant Menstruation; they don't know who to confide in to ret proper advice J Don't confide in anybody but try Bradfield's . Feinale Regulator a Specific tor PAINFUL, PROFUSE. SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR MENSTRUATION. Book to " WOMAN" mailed free. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Ga. hold by mil lrug(Uta. JEUVU 34 1 nA ly AU m; nCent Tor W. L. Iou8ln Shor. V lot for In your plucr nk your denier to cud for cuiuloaur, KrCun 'the nseucy, ami srei ihrm lor von. UT TAKE NO iL'USTITL'TE.-al WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE cen??&vi EN THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FCil THE MONEY? It U a eamle4 with no tai kn or wax thrt a t to hurt the fet; tnn lo of ihf tx-t fine calf, ntvlUh nn l cay, nnil heatu rt wake wore hve 0 thi artvit than any oihtr vinnfai turer, it t-juaU hand M'wwl !. crttnic frm $4.iJ to S.yk O C OtM.rnulur IIhuUc wed. tho flnt calf ihto ever t)fTeml ftr fn nuaU Frrnoa imjwriiHi iimhm wuich ot rntmi $. to gis.m. Wtl IlmMl-"rd Wi'It Minr, file eatf. iktvlUh. cfm.fortAMe o:itl duraMf. The l't shoe err nftt-mi nt thl irtct ; iwinin srade cu- C? I lirr hor rarnn-r. l:aHrrvi Mn vvi nif-l l'ftTl'arrUTiall wcartlu'tn: rtnerr.lf. vaml4, mnHtth fnM htttvy thn-e file, txt-n-nloti iit:- i me !.Jr wilt wt araycBr. fj iU flue rnll no tttrr'h' vr urr-! at Dmmm thi lirlc; ih trial wltl oMitlnce tl.i v ho want t h ' f'T o.n.furt nn 1 i-r CO "n" !..00 )rkliiiiian'i ho.- iaS nrr- vt rr ntr-r.it pnl uuratit xni4 wh r.a pitt a irw-m a iruu win w.-ar n oiiut iuaK. OUJ i worn t y Ixo v rywhrn-; tt-y'U mi t:.r,r merit. i: uirrr-a'.nK wif LiullrV J..10. i.UO ntiil SI.?., :o f r vilviar,. tlirl.tnnv'H.n;o!i. MlJinn-ldural.l. I'nutlfcfi. s' that W, 1 fknurlaV name and rtc ar stamt-.t n ln lfti'rii f -ach For ah'rhv IIKLLKK DROS., 7-3-oni. Kah ih, N. C. gEALED I'liOPiA-AUS Sea!el proposals for the erection of a two-Mory brick hone, krown in the general plan of the Odd Fellows' Or phan Home ni HuiMlnic No. 2, will be neelved bv the u rulers! trnel at his oflice in (toldsboro, until Tuesday, the Gth day of October, IK) I. All propo sal must lni based on plans and ppecl flcivtions pdoptel bv the building cm mltte. copitft of which may be teen at thelllcea of Grand Secretary H. H. WoodeJl at Kalek'b. N. C . and of the undersigned at GoldlMro, N. C. Hi'ht to reject any aud all bids is hereby rtserverl. W. T. DOKTCII, Sec. of HutMlng Committee. GohUboro, N. C.f Sep. l, 19'. 0 lo-lm. .RiHJcfilAh. ELY'S CREAM DALM-rb -nnn i the Nnl 1 ..nt,rF( (.li.,in - thMrcN, lit torfH Tt lfnll.f t mice lor Cold In Head. 50c lJruggisU or by waiL BOOKS : mO We c&n supply everything yon vrnnt In thia line. 'y - CUll SPECIALTIES : SchoolIBooks, Stationery, Blank Books, Diaries, N. O. Supremo Court itepons, staiiuara Miscellaneous Books. the -Oub Nev MHK. SPENCER'S FIRST STEPS IN N. C. IIISTOKir, MOORE'S I SCHOOL HISTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA, N. C. COPY HOOKS, PRIMERS, SPEAKERS AND DIGESTS. SEND FOR PRICES. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO-, J. St. Mary's School, Raleigh, x. c. "Advent Term Begins Sept. 24. S-T-2m. NEW FURNITURE ! J j WALNUT, In MAPLE, Jt" I OAK. JOIINSONT BARBER, 1 VI 3IAUTIN ST., HALKKtll, Are daily receiving their large, hand some stock of BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE Fcrthe Fall Trade. OAK SUITS, CIIEVAL SUITS, MAGNIFICENT DESKS. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS AND CARTS IN KNDLKSS VARIETN OF STYLUS AND PRICES With the enlargement of our store by the addition oi fifty by forty feet, two f-torics. we are enabled to store a larcer stocV; than any other establish meat in the citv. r Our Mck is the largest to select from. t-W We tmarante the quality of our (mmIh to be tip to the Ktandatd, and , .'5,.., ,1J ,v nwwt y 2)d :m. 1 II I 11 I ; f 1 1 1 I I Ll I 1 J III L3 I 1 Ivl 111 1 I C. Weikel. MERCHANT TAILOR, Who so wtdl known in Kah igh has returned, and has opened a MerchantTailoring In tin nlTit.i formerly oocutm d hv .!. M. Brouizhton & Co., over J. I. Johnson's druirstore. He has a line i: f FOREIGN SAMPLIiS, and is well prepared to sun an ens- tomcrs us to .pialtty, price and workmanship. i)-27-tf , inl SiiuU. nml ( urc ELY liUOS., fee W&rrcn St., N. Y. : STATIONERY. :o: Publications : :o:- Establishment Al. liUUUUHTON. J. M. BROUGHTON fe CO., 303 FAYETTEVTLLE ST., Real Estate Agents Exclusively- Tlie Men yon afe looking-; lor if you want to Buy, Sell, or Rent REAL ES TATE. 7-16Kl-tf. T. J. HACKNEY. CEO. HACKNEY. "V. HACKNEY BROS. MANUFACTURERS OF- Buggies and ROCKY MOUNT AND WILSON, 11. C. Represented In Raleish by Yancey & Lamb; in Durham, by Robert I. Rogers; Smith. . W J j NEW Let all Tlioso -wlio "WisK to Act "Wisely, Uovern 'A'lieiri selves by these Questions ctnd Answers. 1. Qneeticn. What is tho firet law of nature? Answer. 'Velr-preeervation ib tho first law of nature." 2. Question. How ie this beet accomplished? Answer. By never allowing one self to become very Bick, before commencing to take medicine. 3. Question. Where iMhe Yett place in Haleigh to pet medicine? Arswer.-At J. HAL BOBBITT'H POrULAH DRUG bTOBE. 4. Qutsticn. hy is his a popular driiR store? Anhwer. Because he carries a full stock of pure and fresh drugs at all times. 5. Questior . Aro on detained nnnev eesarily when you go to his store to make a purchase. Answer. No, vou are served promptly by efficient and polite talesmen. 6 Question. t)oes he charge high for things ? Answer His pnc s are very reasonable. Especially eo, when you considertho high standard and qualitv of the stock he carries 24. Question. Do tho 8oda Fountain Drinks dispensed at J. Hal. Babbitt's excel all others ? Answer. They do, as ie attested by thir enormous sale. V5. Question. Can y-u tet a good cigar at his place? Answer. Ho has tho fiuest manufactured from 5c. to 25c. each. JT. HAL. BOBBITT, Pliai-mrtcist, 235 FAYETTEVILLE STREET, Raleigh, N. C. The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company, OF NEWARK, X. J. One of the Oldest, Largest, Strongest, and Hest Financial Institutions in the world. We pay Larger dividends than any otber company and can show policies in North Carolina t hat are to-day draw ing over a .0 per cent, dividend. We furnish the Hest and Cheapest J Insurance ollered by any company. Vfir fnrt lior information address ' 1 nuiv ni'U'lv jw..., v,. , State Agent, Raleigh, N. C. T in the State. vou want to know what a u-ill PAcf out thi nut fill in tlinltf MnVs I IVVftftlV. V' ? iaJ mmm m. w nI1( niau to us. We will return you guarauieeu cosi. Amount Age (nearest birthday) Name, Address 1 Imnmr will, le face all scraped and sore from Sliavilio;. Mo man nnn chnvp wpII with n sorry razor. The moral is. to call and buy a good razor. We offer razors . -i 1 TTT 1 I tnat are gooa. vv e nave just received a large stock. Our name is stamp- cr rn tli rn7nr nnrl pvprv .Ji i r one is warranieu. ivuzuib very light ; razors me dium weiodit : iazors homm womlii Durrnynr with name "RAiiiHihl ' pfrhpfi nn it 1 i U n P.RT. can I ww.Wv w 1 De manuiaciureu. HO MflNt T. "R. MnWT.WV ;eid D. nACKNEY. W. r. SIMPSON. & SIMPSON, Carriages, Stronach; in Goldsboro, by J. W. in Oxford, by Owen, Barbour & seplo Notice no Contractors Sealed proposals (in duplicate will be received by the County Commis sioners at their office in the city of Wil mington, N. C, until Monday, the 5th Day of October, '31, at 12 o'clock m., for the erection and completion of a Oouirt - House For New Hanover county, in accord ance with drawings and specifications prepared by A. S. Eichbtrg, architect. Bids to be accompanied by a certified check of $500, which will be returned upon the signing oi contract. Bond and security will be required for the satisfactory complet' on bt the contract. Right to reject any and all bids is re served. Drawing and specifications can be seen at the office of the County commissioners, at v limmgton, and at the Offirft of A . S. F.irlihpnr nrrVitorf w , a VM4 W W V a annan, ba. HORflGE ft. BflGG, Chairman Board of Commissi on prs for New Hanover County. seplft-tilloctoth'Ol PORTRAITS PAINTED BY G. Randall kOLt rayeixevine street, -i oi 1 a a ii n. raleigh, n. c. Testimonials will be furnished upon application. aunl9.f Fllflinfi ffiP Ift -ui" one Shapely & Wells upricht eight-horse power engine, in good condition. V . 15. JUUUiih, Ex. of Mrj. S. L. Gatlinff. 9.24-iw. chrysanthemum roses. All the finest Chrysanthums. Beet I VTUi-KlVUUim MVOVQ JkAJLJ WVA .nnS??.8;.. flowers. Bouquets and Floral Designs. m r--?na r grown Jgg-riante. Hweet potato pianw ready about 25th of April. Celery plants si Jane and July. Send for Catalogue. - i, -V hi!-: -1 t ', '. - f ' ! v; !;. - ' -.: : $i--; ; i' . ' ' , .i- -. . . . i V 1 j fx,""1 r- -j m ' " ; v ! 1 v . r. v r. .a n . 1 T . A i V i f I I. . - t ' "1 : -. I .. .? I?. , if- 1. j!; IV". I r ' i i i i I. Thos. H. Briggs&Sonsr H. BTEIHHETZ, Florist, ay. N. C. RALEIGH, N. C. i I2ar-t2. Caleish.pl. C A