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DAILY STATE CHRONIGLE, OCT. 7. i8qi.
,rlsf s TUB liOHTTiiniiFFi - fi FPHnFinnnTOT1 v.? im i liar vf UiuiiLlU Uli jjiililiiilUi UluD The'invalid's friend. A 1 .,,util lfcsr5' anu pronounced ny people ct all tongues and all climes, Kin-of all Physicians. A panacea with honor at home ami-faithful worshippers abroad. The ever-present help and never-failing friend in times of need. Has been peopl hippei riven ' ' -, ...4 K(;ST ORMSBY. to " v , v r t- 4-1 . -in rJxcot nz.ny women 3ui: ;r '.scant laeretxuation: ihv don't vMv.- 3 who to confide u: to rjc-t prsr atlvis.. . j Daa". ccnfide ia anybody but try 1 ! l.Viv , .no ttp, TTMTYEftSAL PEACE C01TGEESS 1 n" i- , Ij i. - -- lT. -- -r ?.0XE, IZALY. (rr ti , nih r of the famous Woman's Society s r.. ii'- . 1 1 , (1).,f"iv .i-l-h-vcd prominence by her advocacy of ,''v, iV(,a4 the United States to the Universal ! . 1 " u in Ki'i;)e, Italy, the first week in November. V t0' , f the Committee on House and House for ' n t r th ' condition of the homeless, she was brought '''"'d th1' nilv::r.i'i ."1 economic thinkers of the day. She be " '.'i; ',n',ntlis ago to the single tax doctrine. At the '"rt :' .v.-Jti.. Conn., in August, she boldly declared against '1 ..'f,ri)iinLrinur about permanent peaceand said that ! ,.;; -of land. Her stand caused somewhat of a sensa .j (1f ),r iiiidi social position. r (lf (i.'ii. 1). I. Frost, of St. Louis. Miss Frost married I , . ' 'lV ViJlv VI lil'-llij XkIVAJ JJA.Ji.V& H JX i Alj AO 1 V.i.VAVA 1 i ' iOClct V WOin'T., aim auuiua iiuuiicu iuc ucjur; ui :-v md corn' s into possession oi me iecu uiamonus. ' 'uu Vice-President of the Woman's National Peace Asso- .j ..i,.iul"'r ot the Executive tommuiee or tne universal 3 a Specific for PA5?iFUL, PROFUSE, g SCANTY, SUPPRESSED and i3SEGJ!,,,-! d MENSTRUATION. 4 Book to "WOMAN" mailed tee. BriADFlEILD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. Sold by all Iruita. -24-Lv The life work of an educated physician, is an instrument for the cure of diseases without medicine ba-ed on new theories of the cause and cure of disease, it deals with the electrical and magnetic conditions of the body and the "ases surrounding it in the atmosphere, controlling these conditions at will. It is not electricity e Disease is simply impaired vitality. The Clcctropoise coastanty adds to the vitality and only assists nature, in na ture S War. to throw ofl thp tmnhln V.-.tliitur ic cac-uv nF r.rn.f ILjsti f...t ix-itTi ti.io i . ' t.;i. c- - - - uvuiiinui, v,iut.i ak v. lllUil all other known means are impossible. This is an sensation at all is felt. The mystery is, how are tl me-givmg ga-es mto the system through the pore inexhaustible home treatment. There is no shock, and seldom any ie cures wrought? It is done bn the absorption of oxvzen and other s and membranes. Ihis oxyixen. or vital forre. nvvcvni7 rhp hloml Ask ray agents for W. L,, Douglas Slioes. If not tor sals m your, ilace ask vcur dealer to send for catalogue secure the neency, and get them lor von, KF-TAiiK NO SUBSTITUTE. 23 and g-yts strengrh an.-l vitulity to the entire system, iLus eradicating the disease, no matter by what'name it is known - v - 1 a L , ' V.UIIIIV.UI cl.tJlVllllLi IU LliC JiJ and s.rengtn of the patient. There is absolutely no danger and no disagreeable sensation accompanvim its use WATSON & BUXTON, Attorneys at Law. TT T- Winston, X. C, September h, l"'.d. JAS H. vVepp. HA5 Xew York Avenue. WTashin2ton. D. C : u:tHoi5e!es?. Yet Saved. ....... ir... i'-Hcr nucii n a'jlls. Ud, uf (.Irutou, S. I)., we u tiikui vritli a bad . 1 .1-. iiw Lungs, i and lin.dly terminated Feiir doctors gave Kii I ci.uld live but a 1 ;;ivr myself Up to . 1 t T IT ii t-;iiii!!',a n l eouiu i:h vav !';: :id. on earth,! niv ;J.-'?it ones above. J u:i. ;i J d to 'jyt Dr. iv I;hi'-i -y tor Con-an-i L'oMs. i rave k i'i ;:il. d-;ht bottl'.-s; ! iii". and th.ink God 1 II ! h'iwlv vroniun." .t J. l.r Y. r:ic t'.c ; ; unl.'.r size, oUj., PC! diocese of north Carolina. n-CV.M.d, Wis., m.-urid'iia and nl, vitl. f. iiis ,-toinach was iis- v;;i- nHVcted to an IJishop Lyman's Appointments. October 1, Thursday Madison. 4, Sunday Mt. Airy. G, Tuesday IHlkesboro. 7, Wednesday Gwyn's Chapel. 9, Friday Lincolton. 11, Sunday a. m -Shelby. 11, Sunday p. m Ruther- fordton. 13-19, Asheville. Wednesday Bowman's Bluff. 'J 2, Thursday Brevard, Consecration. 25, Sunday Franklin. Macon county. 27, Tuesday Culioush.ee, Consecration. Holv communion at morning ser vices. Collections for Diocesan missions. WHY IS THE W, L, DOUC S3 SHOE CENTLnKIEM THE BEST SHOE IN THE WCFLO FOR THE MONEY? It is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt the feet; mado of the best fine calf, stylish and easy, and because we make more shots of this grade tliun any other sianufuct arc; it equals liaad sewed shoes costing from $4.00 to $5.1)0. 2fiL (ilMJemiine Ilaiul-eued, the finest calf FJm shoe ever offered for 85.00; equals French imported shoes which cost from 3.mo si.ikl Ui) tiauu-ewei! Welt ?Iioe, fine calf, siynsu, coiuroriaoie ana aurabie. i he best Dear Sik: I have been usins: one of vour Elect r-noises for four ears. udou a litt'e invalid snu whn Tio f tlictel with a i)ulmonaiy trouble and a dropsical teLtlency I have foucd great relief for him in the use of the Electro poite, when the doctors bad faUed to give him any permanent relief, and am sat is tied that but for its use we saouhi have lost him. I have never seen it fail to reduce his fever, or to brin sound, sweet sleeD I would not l ivithmt it. irfor many times it coat. Yours truly, .1. C. RITO Mr. Buxton is also President First National Bank, "Winston. For Circular Giving a Full List of Certificates VoSuntarily Filed With the Home Company, GALL ON C.C.MILLER, EXPOSITION BUIL-DINQ- u u 1 .. lclii"' d in ll'-sh li"'' l.H-ttl(.'S of .1 Vint'.ri.f I.: . 1 ri'in-ihur. -:.!ii.v:r. .,1 three r.i'Ttiic i'.itt.-rs and si-.vf-n- h'i Arnica Salve, nA .Un ;vell. John :':iU'l-u C., had fivela"tre ' ' l"r. doctors .;! . - - ' . V k 1 4 ' ft P'aU One bottle Elec- ,,H!,-d him iMitin.lv 44 ii shoe ever offered at this price ; saine grade as cus-tom-niaila shoes costing from $H." to $KW. O 51) Police Slioej J'armers, Railroad Men s?a and Letter Carriers all wear them; linecali", seamless, smooth inside, heavy three sole:?, exten sion eae. une pair win wear a year. jr Kit i. .. ... I r . u,(t .,i p i "jp 'J niu; ail) u'jim miuc c vniti ri iiu 9ian this price; one trial will convince those who want a, shoe for comfort and service. ii.j n lid 5.00 oi kii.sritmn's shoes -4"tfaa are very strong and durable. Those who have given them a trial will wear no other make. rV'-T ' S.OO and SI.? -5 school shoes are "J W Jf 3 worn by the boys everywhere; they sell oa their merits, as the increasing sales show. 1 J'OO IIjiid-ov(M! Phoe. b?F.t Va (C3 DonKola, very stylish; equals French imported shoes costing from S'XV) to n.u,. lindies' J.-IO. S-J.OO and &1.?."S shoe for Misses are the best fine Don gela. Stylish and durable. ('ami an. See that W. L. Douglas name and ories are stamped on the bottom of each shoe. W. L. DOUGLAS lirockton, Ilass. OR ADDRESS Atlantic Electropoise Company, ror ante by JLJ1 J J J M.U V AjjlkJkJ.j 1405 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. ij. Oct4-tf OR 222 King btreet, CHARLESTON, S. O. 7-3-5 m. Raleigh, N. C. 1 V. M; ' 1 C deduced Kates to the Southern Expo sition at Raleigh, IT. 0. The Richmond & Danville Rail road will sell round trip tickets from at I stations in North Carolina to Raleigh, N. C, and return, good until December 3d, 1801, at greatly : reduced rates, and will have special day tickets on sale every Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday during the Exposition, good for Feven days from date of sale, at one cent per n iif. This is the lowest rate ever ottered for any occasion, and should induce jjreat numbers to attend the Exposition. For full information and rates, call on your station aent or write to AV. A. Turk, A. G. P. A., Charlotte, N. C. Marls: Yovir- lylnen With Indelible Ink 2 or 3 Letter Monograms with Bottle of Indelible Ink, SO cents Sent upon receipt of price. Address WM. BAUMGARTEN, 213 E. Fayette St., Baltimore, d -Agents Wanted, oct3tf R K.SIDENCK FOR SALE. HOME, AGAIN! C. Weiicel, MERCHANT TAILOR, The Mutual Benefit Life Raleigh Who is so well known in has returned, and has opened a Merchant Tailoring . Establishment, In the oflk c formerly occupied by J. M. Broiighton & Co., over J. I. Johnson's drugstore. He has a fine line of OF NEWARK, N. J. A valuable home in or e ci ihe best sectiovs of the t-ity, on a wide street. Only two squares from the Capitol. Address, for further information. (J. b , KaJeigb, N. tJ. Pai: 'hn Lunions and warts !""r in,Mlif S flil. Tt t'vuntenance. hs'., I , , weuiii -arcely !i'tS ur ImtI..., ....... F1 !':ttrt !m1 i. ft . , 4 1 ' 'HilTK on HI 1)1 !ti,. I.. ' '- ill i 1 ;'( . f iniiiri :ice, and !!"eul.-tim as 1 1,1 :dt-,lMnt circum- 1 1 ! . ( a discolor- 1 I . V 1 A black cvt 'V"1- W bloti-lios, 111 !,.! . . ' unit v,;,i ! l!i.-r l-:d scrotulou.s and ul,(" u, with. K Tt ' I V V L :n ,1 .... irt'fui, MtK- tl A itromnt i. I'. 1 Ik Vs ft, - "U'k tote r;.u,,lar1 m,l,l : 11 01 your dru-ist. An Oirer to Sell the Famous and Beautiful nir.gbam School Property. . The famous Bingham School has been moved to Asheville, N. C, for private reasons that can can be started on application. I will there fore dispose of all this desirable school property, famed for it? beau ty, the healthfulness of its location and its adaptability to military or other school purposes. Situated on the Richmond and Danville svs tern, fifty miles from the State Cap ital, in the centre of the State. Nearly evety one who has passed the locution remembers it. Barracks, recitation rooms, mess hall, furni ture, professors' re&idences, bath houses, &c, orchards, beautiful lawn, 380 acres of productive land. I have spent over $30,000 improv ing thf place. Will sell at greatly reduced tiice. Address, Mrs. Wm. limr.nAM. Bingham School, K. C. 9-9-1 w I a tew SAMPLES, and is well prepared to suit all cus tomers as to oualitv, prie and workmanship. 9-27-tf. One of the Oldest, Largest, Strongest, and Host Financial Institutions ia the world. IVe pay Larger dividends than any other company and can show policies in North Carolina that are to-day draw ing over a 50 per cent, dividend. Ve furnish the Best and Cheapest Insurance offered by any company. For further information address fOIIX C. DIlEWltY, State Agent, Raleigh, N. C. Active agents wanted in every town in the btate. If you want to know what a policy will cost, cut this out, fill in the blanks, and mail to us. We will returu you guaranteed cost. Pasgasri-s, Alni-: l ain ! IrHair.ination, Ifeals tlio Sores, V. jtorea Taste r-rd bn:el.. and Cures AKVni m ES " V m 2 7XPZ Tl I Oives Keliei : at once lor oia in neaa. Apply into the Nostrils. It is Quickly Absorbed, 50c. Druggist3 or by mail. ELY iiltUM6t Warren St., iBOOICS : AMD i S &TlOmEL i . POKTKAITS PAINTED BY vv. u. Rdiiudii, 131 J Fayetteville Street, RALE ICS II 9 X. Testimonials will be furnished upon application. au!9-f Enoine jor Sale. One Shapely & Wells upright eight-horse power engine, in good condition. Y. B. MOOKE, Ex. of Mru. S. L. Gatling. 9-2 4-1 w. Amount Aire (nearest birthday). Name,..-. Address inn fi WYj ran anpply everytLirg yon rant in thlz lino. -n: OUR SPECIALTIES: IStihool 'Books, Staticvnery, Blank Books, Dmriel X7v &uprme Court Reports, standard j Miscellaneous Book:?. 4 :0: . SPENCER'S F1BST STEPS IN N. C. HISTORY, 3IOORE'S SCHOiu, HISVO T OF NORTH CAROLINA, N. G. COPY ROOltB, PRIMERS, SPEAKUBS AT. DtrSTci. II :o: SEND FOR CURYHANTIUHZITJl K O S KS, All the finest -hrysanthuafe. Bett ever bloemitig fcosra, "in m?.ny sorts. Choice evergreece s n-J Wl noli&. Green honee and Out-door lleudic Plants Cnt-i flowers, lionqnets anti Floral Deaipna. Tomato, Cauliflower, Cabbage and Pot-gro-ii Eg-I'ianta. boei Potato plants ready about 25th of Airil. Celerr pknta in Juoand July. St-ud for Uatalogna. U. KTFINMETZ, Floriat. i - i "v SL(T i i i a 1 B s X Sr. can be happy with his face all scraped and sore from shaving. No man can shave well with a sorry razor. " The moral is, to call and buy a good razor. We offer razors that are good. We have just received a large stock. Our name is stamp ed on the razor, and every one is warmnted. Razors very light ; razors me dium weight ; i a zo r s heavyweight. Our razor with name "RALEIGH" etched on it is finest can be manufactured. Thos. ii. Sriggs a So s KALEIGH, N. C. Assignee's Se!e. Notice is hereby given that on the 20th day of October, im, at 11 o'clock a. m., I will sell at the factory buildj in?, situated at Xos. 113 and 115 East Hargett street, in Kaleih, X. C, and the Fame place where John W. Walker recently did business, under the name and style of the Oak City Manufacturing Co,, at public auction, to the highest bid der, for csb, the following personal property, to-wit: About 5,000 pair ol pant, cut out but not made up. About fourteen coats, one lot of buckles, buttons and thread. One lot of piece goods. One lot of chairs and stools. One lounge, five stoves, two ca$di alarm drawers, two desks, one lot of tables, one copy pres, one slock, one mirror, one lot of wrapping paper and one show case. Any or all of the above personal prop erty can be bought at private sale at any time before the dpy of sale. For further particulars, apply to H. II. CROCKER, Assignee of John W.Walker. Sept. 25-tds. i . " 4 i V . 1 ( V, . t ! ' ; 'V. ' V 4 . - M f . ' 4 I E ' .V 4 -