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t " DAILY Si;ATE CHRONICLE, OCT. 7, 1801. r WW f CLEAN POLITICS NEW YOSK. A -.y''J :Ul,inV u,,l for the would not have called on Flower in this citv, c.i ' ti an(l iield a long conference yester- r.' embly an as- day t wm .tv JlIulCol- These remarks were made by a nn ot tue i "ciina. Republican, who acknowledges that n to be held in the all ot the Democrats are together, :ini b.u8 o'clock p. in., and who believes, notwithstanding, . Clii111"'1 il t..lt the Republican candidate will ;,l,v (Moer lbtli. . X which ii during Ed- w.n. Politician Discusses The Political light in tlia Metropolis, Kew York, Oct. 7. A politi ' ciaii at the fc'ifth Avenue hotel said this morning: 'I have never seen a campaign in this state where the candidates I are so clean. The issues so plain and Democrats and Republicans so clearly divided. There are no side issues, no splits and no factions, all the Democrats are pitted against all of the Republi cans and it is a straight fight. "In my opinion the county Dem- ad ocrats will come out and support the not intended to Hnn(n do so. ex-duage luaurice irower 0 U .r him to any .Professors .Mil n,t. 1st, lc'.'i- V PPIMfc SI Ut i!VO U Must be Sold at i Once 25 bunches, extra fm large yellow $1 to ?3 bunch. Six hand Burches $2 -50. i WITH- r. l!lt. subjoined v T'V i'it the recent ses Una Teach- ii'" 11 ut Morehead ocrats will come out A-1 of extend- ticket. If they had .. liuve . . n dn so. ex-Judsre . m 11 d1 Fancy Northern Apples and Pears. Mountain Apples, THE TIMES. We lire COnstartlv rtddincr r ---? J c type, new machinery, new styles, new and fresh papers, etc., and if you want any kind of Printing and Binding . T the Southern in- has heen spec- 'ILl l,v the Exposition h,. t,vZ pastor of Leigh Street Baptist . . iw 1 itr iu icw' 11 k I lilt. I "Warmly "Welcomed to Eichmond. Rev. W. L. Wright is the new , t . Tl .1 J TT 1 1 ftT,,i mlucd rate (one nurcu u iwcuuiuuu. uCpCvu1Cu to those at- uls 11U1UUUUUI; reim"u ounvAv morning. ta:e 'the Kxposition. .1.. firit. time in ltl State that a meeting in by the Baptist ministers and In the afternoon a wel the come service was neiu, participaiea nre'fnt'itives ot the univer- muuucio Wl viv,ifc; 7.i !. mft.ors of the nominations. ,,. v - ,Jn,wt;m Tt gomerv coumy, i. anu was . ti 1 IT r I r' 1 liUV-Ullvi" u " . 1 tew Mates 1 grauutiicu num uivc ruicsi vui haracter lege in June, 10 u, anu irom me M,.ibvthe Assembly, and Louisville Seminary in May, 1880. la sad : of h 11 JU. I'liU "i.. m-intions c-t the V( in?- MO, ORANGES, GRAPES. executed, and want it done quickly, and in the best of shape, let us have your order. To have the best equipped Printing and Binding es tablishment in the State, and to K 1 J work a much larger force than any At Rock Bottom Prices. Ninety and Dine and one varieties Biscuit) and 6ak6$. At our store and in our exhibit, Rt the Exposition Grounds,, we have over one hundred varieties of crackers and cakes ki mmmmi' mm, We offer all grades in the exhibit at manufacturers' price3 by the package. 1 lb, 2 lb, 6 lb, 8 lb and 10 lb tins. W. G. & A. B. rv "ratifying to note in In November, 1880, he married ,tlonr tlmt the few asso- Miss Fredonia A. Pleasant, of Per- V 1 1 I "T-W 1 1 1 1 f ; which do exist have been son county, lie nas nau cnarge 01 tlVMi:v tul and beneficial various churches in JNortU Carolina, 1 ...1 c., Inst hpinfy thp fliiirch at Rid?;- UIr.' in Hl-ril' 1 t'UULiuiun. - o ,s f ur own Teach- ville, whica he served hve years .1 ,C nw1 nino mnntlu nnil nil l bifi in nil' eause ol st sjum 1 inn muinm.') tmKi n.. Stronacti 1 1 r.cuti.'n, while not intended charges greatly prospered under his -Jv t',,r tliU niirnoso. i nn ministry. in w.,A may be : iiv'n-'.'..i'Ci in our expected tute That shortness of breath isdy. J i'. k will relate to pepsia. ulator. Take Simmons Liver Re- r: .'.:.!; ;u;'t to-operation :"! at, 1 ih - rouiiaittt'e will ! ! :.) (.f the :rob- -. y. C. T.arh-r.V As'y. V". A. V" 1 niKiis, v-i. if Air. & M.-eh. Arts, 'i !iat the President i'M'.-ht r' As.ii-inhly extend to tip iiK.'ci'jers of the Stat- t in. in th city Jin: jiLirposu of con ' u-lvi:il)i!ity of e.-tab-'ii Jisueiation, such le-Id dur'niL' the :i 'Ai.-uiun. on a day ?hall be asked '"li";v Day ;" also that a J'!;'U 1" atU)ointc(l to rrtr-fpr i l 'ilt of tilt' Acmltlv . 'V aiTaiiLre- VALUAliLK PROPERTY IX THE Town o! HiGKory 9 G-KOCERS, Bakers and Candy Manufacturers. D. T. Johnson, (AKNT.) x v nolesale Dealer in Lemons, Chickens, Oranges, E?gs, Bananas, Butter, Cabbage, Peanuts, NEW RIVEl -MULLETS, ETC. Consignments sMicited. Quicrsale and prompt returns. Families supplied with best N. C. Hams, Sugar-Cured Hams, E. C. Shoulders, Bacon Sides, Best Leaf Lard, Best Country Vinegar. Best Fancy Patent Flour, ' Water-ground bolted meal, Sugars, Teas, Coffee, Fresh Country Butter, Fresh Canned Goods, Cakes, Crackers, Etc. J. J. THOMAS. S. "SV. DHL TITER. other office is an advantage for doing Work Quickly. Edwards & Broughton, Raleigh, N. C. NOTIO Your Orders Solicited. Free and Prompt Delivery. i-Best 5c. Cigar, Leading Brands Chewing Tobacco, Cut Plug, Mail Pouch and Tar Heel Smoking Tobacco. D.T. JOHNSON. Agt, RALEIGH, N. 6-2-d&w-lV Trains to the Exposition, R. & A. Air-Line R. R. Co , Superintendent's Office, Kaleigh, N. Oct. 1. The following schedule vt ill be mn between Hargett Street Station and the Exposition grounds on Thursdav. Oc tober 1st; Tuesday, October 6th; Wed- WHAT IS GOOD IS WORTH REPEATING. J. J. THOMAS & GO. Nos. 313, 315 and 317 S. Wilming ton St., Raleigh X. C, Bng-giug, Ties anil Dun dee Bagging for Sheets. In stock different trades of each. GROCERIES. Meat. Meal, Corn, Flour, liar, Bran, Mill Teed, Sugar. Coil ee i.nd farmers' Supplies generally. FERTILIZERS. We have in stock best brands of Guanos for Wheat and Clover. LEE'S PREPARED LIJIE. This nreDaration is esneciallv reormi- mended for wheat and clover; splendid r a. 1 ct 1 . . ior lop-uxessiiig. oeuu lor lesumcmais. COTTON SELLERS. We refer with some pride to our suc cess, for many years, in this special de partment ot our business. Being exclufive sellers, with loner experience, we feel sure we can give our patrons faithful service. CASH ADVANCES Liberal cash advances made on cot ton, either on bill lading or cotton in' hand. We have ample facilities for storing. Parties wishing to hold cot ton will please communicate with us. deneral correspondence solicited. J. J. THOMAS & CO. There Is no use talking. The French Bakery nesday, October 7th;Thursday, October Makes the best Bread, Cakes and Con btfl. I fpptfri'np.ripQ te hp har in tViP nit.v. Vrn Ttratir. tliom troch XAa hoTa ot'oi.tt rtotr ;eavft Hargett Street Station, 10:00. ?r tro itoct TaaiQ at.viAa o,wi iv.uv. ii.w", li-cu a ULi ; i;va u.i, i;;uu S1I2T1S 1 .on. O.nA O.Qfv u.it'i o.ori .ri a .or e .rrv I -&4-10 i..jvy, .w .ou, ..'.vj t;w, t.txj, u.Ui, u:ou.p. Ill Lea-e Exposition Grounds at 10:15, Weddinn cakes a specialty ):45, 11:15:11-45, a. m; 12:15, 12:45, 1.45. O I J WAKE CO. AT THE EXPOSI TION. Any citizea of Wake desiring to aid in the Wake exhibit at the Southern Exposition, to be held in Raleigh, N. C, can deposit any article he wishes exhibited, at the drugstore of Mr. John Y. MacRae. of Raleigh, N. C, on tv.e corners of Wilmicgton, Mar tin and Market streets. For further information apply to George E. Gill, Wake Forest, y. C. augiatf Plain. Penny and French Candies. Plain and Fancy Crackers and . At manufacturers' prices. STRONACH'3 BAKERY. Bi;st Bread in the State, Pic-s and ivts rre.sn uaii.ca n,erv Day. 10; 2:15, 2:45, 3:15, 3:45, 4:15, 4:45, 5:15, 5:45 Persons will take the train at Har gett btreet Station. Tickets for pale at Hargett Street Station and the Ex position Grounds. FARE, TEN CENTS. 10 1-tf. WILLIAM SMITH, Superintendent, Slot jRoll Every Afternoon. a t-t.i:. : t:. ! V I) ti "1;' th. local Mrs C. A. Little, administratrix of thj estate of M. L. Little, deceased will, on the 20th day of October next, sell at public auction, in tue town ot Hickory, on a credit of six and twelve month, the magnificent and finely fur nished bank building, 011 the public square now occupied by the rirst -Na tional Bank ot Hickory; also a valua ble lot within the incorporate limits of s'id town. Now is the chance to secure valuable property in a growing and prosperous town. l.0-2-'m NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. RUTHERFORD COLLEGE, Burke County, N. C. Get Ready for Winls Fiiii H. Andrew DEALER IN- Doctors not only prescribe but use our bread. Out o! Town Orders Promptly Filled. Ciias. Bretsch, Manager, 103 Fayc-tteville S, Ealeigh, N. C. Telephone No. 50- sept2-ly OICHMOND AND DANVILLE R. 1, il. COMPANY. Office of General Manager. Atlanta, Ga., Sep. 1, 18U1. D66orat6 YOUR STORES MID ROUSES I W a i 8' Mr . The Ilntherford College is .situated in Burke Counv, about one roile Ircni the Y. N. C. Railroa l. Th? healthful ness of the place is remarkable. The climate ia bracing and cool in summer, and protected by surrounding moun ains from severe cold in winter. No epidemic has invaded the village in its History. Within ten minutes' walk are he famous Connelly Sprines, the waters or wnicn are snipped to Europe, and which are thronged the year round vvith invalids, i oung laches and gen tleman coming to trie Coliege from a ANTHRACITE: Wilkcsbarre free burninjr white ash. Schuylkill Shamokin Lorberry Schuylkill These are the best hard coal for urates and stoves. BITUMINOUS: u u a u a u red u ii u u C5 ance dnting the college term that the 1 ocanuntas bott. ' Ou-h to be Arrested. nlitcm Mes emrer. A. Williams better mv Kanawha "West Virginia Splint, TenneFsee Splint, New River Splint, These are the plac? has become proverbial as a health best soft coal for grates and open resort as ell as for its educatioual o facilities It is a moral nlace. It is 111 e lUtlcei5 the centre of a lool ontiori townshin ance with plans and fpecificati'ms to and ail the towns within forty miles be seen at the office of the State Super- Hre under prohibitory restraints. intendent of Public instruction. Kal Board can be had in full fnrSS tosO r,er ci or Vi "VT " m at- Vi a rvfffi ra rf r.no Air I i- u . i . -: ii c- Hackett. architects, Greensboro. Bids uition rantres from 2 in Prenaratorv mcKurJr vyri:niai anu oiu uciu seasoned pine, uo not wait until Make the city be tne talk of the country. M. fAlTTELDORFER & S0H, I ECORATORS. Flags, Buntings, Shields and Banners. Raleigh office: Giersch & Stone- banks, Room Main Building. sept6-tt 3, or Exposition Dividend Notice. REWARD. This company will pa $: 0,000 for the arrest and conviction of the person, or persons, who removed the rail from the track of the Western North Carolina f'ailroad, nea Bostian's Bridge, Jre dell county. North Carolina, on the night of Wednesdav, August 26. 1801. W! H. GREEN, General Manager Richmond &; Danville R. R. Co. Rids are hereby invited for the baild ing ot the State Normal and Industrial Scnool at Greensboro, N. C, in accord 11 as .... ii . i.. ,,,;""ii M'otler lor emi'Tant to.be cloned October 1st, 1KU. Bond Department, to $4, ia College classes. ' in ilminrttm r7. r .. iVUi oe reqmrea ior me iannrai per WOOD. Seasoned and half seasoned Oak, informed a r. Williams ' ,r I"s-n?iitiYe yesterday r"'s ftU1 "e emigration t:.lt" ain- the negroes u h;; 1:4 to look after it. anticipate, however, r- -iu ue anythinsr like the i , J'-ar ur .SO formanee of contract. The ritrht is re served to reserve any and all bids." The bi-is must be sent to S. M. FINGER, Chairman Board of Directors, 9-25-tf Raleigh, N. C. ACU Cure Your Corns By Using Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint; for Corns, Bunions and Warts, it is the great Southern Inter-State Ex position opens in Raleigh, on Oct. 1, '91, to buy your winter fuel, but send your orders now, to PHIL II. ANDREWS. aug!2-6m. ei.-us tr, . .. L . parties ot col- tints fn.m !.. ...... m, ""' 1''1"'-w,, S. c. Rev. IL. Li. Abernethv, A. M., D. D., President and Professor of Physical Science Metaphysics and J heo ogy. Arthur T. Abernethy, a. M. Johns Hopkins), Professor of Modern Lan guages and Greek. L Berge Abernethy, A. B., Professor of Matnematics W. K. Abernethy, A. M., Professor of History, English, Elocution, and Nqeth Carolina, Wake Couniy. instructor in Law Department ana in the offi ;e Clerk of .superior Court. JLiatm. Notice is herebv given by the und er-ign Col George N. Folk, Lecturer on Law. edj that the hngas Building and Mann Yv . vy . bcott, jVl. D., Lecturer on Medi- tactaring Company," have thia day been We have this day formed a copart- Rev Charhs H. T issner, Ph. D (Leip- olina; that the barinesa r-ropcaed to be Notice of Incorporation. 4 JTTON BUYEKH. nership nnder the Arm name ot M. A. Parker & on, for th purpose cf doing n . a general Cotton Business, and we so- l"': l.p.nrhr s:iv tbnt licit corresnondence fr m all DointB in " t' w vvk v . . thi?.a.nd the adjacent States, as our ii".,t;.lt- , '- iacuiues t0r buvine and handling cot ; n ii.lV(. (J,.n c.ir- ton is not excelled by any one. Special ','aTt!' - th".-.. uith Mr: attention will be given to spinners' (- !.!;, p. caP1- orders; also to the buying of finer , . . outh.ok is grades of cotton and the handling oi i' i::m jrrt;l. thin-rfor iTR3 of Cf-tton belonging to planters. K (,'".:itv i M. vith our experience in the business It'll. Uf s,(i,. sic) Manager of College Extension done by said eooapany is the building and Department rf pairing houses and ho improvement of Northwestern 'Mutual Life Insurance Co, Anxn'ual Statement J ax. 1, 1891. Assets: loan? on bond and mort gage $ a'i.M.CXJ.lo Premium notes , V(r2,741.C2 Real estate 97,100.23 United States bonds, mar ket value 131,331.23 State and municipal bonds, market value 2,832,790 04 Cash on hand and in banks 907,200.72 Accrued interest and rent 515,15" .40 Ledger accounts and bills 15.910.18 Deferred premiums (20 percent deducted) 032 4GS.S0 Premiums in course of collection (ditto) 203.553.5$ A semi-annpal dividend of 3 per cent, on the capita) stock of the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad Company has been de clared, payable on and after October 1, 191. to stockholders of record this date. The transfer books will be closed from this date to October 2, 1S91. W. W. VASS, Secretary and Treasurer. Raleigh, Sept. 17, 1791. (ep20-tf Special Bargains TO GI0S6 Out! Total assets $ 42.a53,912.96 Liabilities: Prof. M. Bcekbinder. of London, a real esta e, the ha roe. sawing and ffli::g ffrisjlnafo rf Riirlin tviII r xrt Ipf?- lnmbfir tliA tiiflnnfrtiirA 9Tifl s!a nf .tu LUV. Ut.U V L X X 1 1.1 ' A A . . . - "J l ----- .......u.wv..v ' l - ' -- J fcons in Music,? on" Piano, Organ articles ttade ot wood or a combination ol and Violin; Voice Culture a wood and metal and other materils, the specialty. buyiufr, selling holding, Tenting and le?a- mg reai estare, auu oom'' siion oxner things not contrary tc law to carry on the basincs &b above Indicated. Ihe princi pal place of business is lUlsiarh, N. C, the . rnrAti.-.Tl n-f tlio Anrnnrotion Of ttqo Vij thA The old buildings were destroyed by aTnount of canitftl 'iH i9 0ffa A;4iAeA BUILDINGS: II adllltlrm nn.-l irnn. 4-i i r.4- t t! i . ; tnt, w& fZ,.: r':r"? C Are Ausut 9th. 1890, but have been re- intn 12n .JT ,r; V"' iI ftf Losses and endowments unadjusted $ Unpaid dividends, etc (es timated; Reserve for paid-up insur ance claimable, and for Annuities Reserve required by laws States (actuaries' 4 per cem); 194,305.98 72,000:00 lo0.775.00 35,42i.507 00 r'msvick. vtl railroad char- V,'fV' lihfTMl or,,l .,i C-X ,,ave p'"- we guarantee as good prices as any one UL Ti "1 r o-n eacn, witn tne privilege of mercamrg said in the business Vhere narfc-es wish to and commodious college buildings m 8tock to $lc0)000; that no htocholder --hall hold th-ir pmtAr, ..... -.,ic.v. cfrT- the boutn age for 1 510 bales and will make liberal cash advances on same. M A. Parker & Son. seDt2-4m Raleigh, N. C. K. L. ftbSmethY, President. W. E. ftbernettlU, Secretary. oct6-tf bo individually l able ior any debt, con- trart, cmiEeion or lia' lhty o' said corpora tion. JOHN W. THOMPSON, Clrh Superior C oxirt Wake Countv. ce-tl3th-6w. Total liabilities $ 3S1.5S7 9S Surplus on 4 per per tent, 0,532 324.98 The company claims superiority ft. the high rate of inttrest e;nred in its low death rate and small expense. It is thus able to pay very large dividends to policy hoiders. Active agents wanted who can make a great deal of money. Liberal coai m:ssions will be paid. A pply to F. P. HOBG .OD. Oxford. N. C, 9-0 tf District Manager. I will se!I within as short time as possible the stock of goods of the late D. S. "Waitf, agent. This stock consists of Clothing, Straw Hats, Soft and Stiff Hats, vhite and colj ored Dress Shirts, and everything kept in a gents' furnishing store. These goods must le sold, as the business is to be closed out entirely. Goods will be sold without re serve, and no gooch will be taken back after being paid for and deliv ered. II. V. WAITT. AGENT FOR Church Furnishing Goods. Such as Pulpits. Pulpit Chairs, Pews and Church Chairs. ALSO School Furnishing Goods. Such as the Perfect Automatic School Desks Maps and Slate Stone Black Beards, Kta. D. P. HASK1TT. Raleigh, X C. P. O. Box 106 9-27-Sm - 1 t .i ' V "X , - All s i ' ., t - - t t ' ;... r. -" ' ! . i i 4 ' - s :, 4 h . J" 1 1 i 4.