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:'iu! I- DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, OCT. , i, i?9i HUM! ' ' I' t i 4 . n up in Tobacco Industries. Gainin as a Resort. Growing, Pushing, ding TlT.ri'ving. A REA.L ESTATE THERE A FINE 7XVESTMENT. GOTO TI!EP TtHMl SSflSf BhF1 :::::::::: A T TV 7"- A-,'AA. ' . . ... - ': . ' . . 7 ' : " 1)1 . I A1K I -:- -:: -:- ON THE Prominence ) A ..J. Airy. Durham: W. t v drives. f).i!;e, f V. Shelves, Nor- H V?,i.' trville. S O.: B.;vl'?i- Mclieee. Bedford er Large Ware- i n. '"I. 4- te to ne DiuiL at Ona IRYOXTHE HUM. i hnnkr Mill to Move to Xinj Winston Leaf fore Hertford County People Also. al Cor.STiTECaROSKLZ. Airy, X. C, Oct. 10. s there been a time in the this country when every so around as to the fu- M Airy. Every day lie nirw industry and new rday it was definitely de- a sUH'K com pan v here to her large tobacco ware- dimensions are to be t with all modern con for handling the leaf make four warehouses for Globe,Gravea' and Rrower uly opened and selling bnite City Land and Im- t Company has contracted 11 of a plot of land on the side of th- depot to the & & S. E. Marshall, lum- :nien of AVbite Plains. ' to move their lumber f ard enlarge and improve J. liurton and Jeff P 'Mnston, have been here wuys making arranire- Puy and work W nn tl, ;7 market. Mr. T. R. Durham, t and his youn" MM A tiYntM arrived Mount F-hy to make F tuture 1 wme. Mr. Orppn tohi wcoon this maiket. men, Messrs. P. W. h -Hiiett. f1fn,..)f....i , . Aiciuuru coun tau'. W latfdvnf n,. here tn ..c. ' t ,c , U Jlvauer me es L ; 0t a Pluo' tobacco fintPr- t is ,!?;.K0babltthey '-u in nut: J - r-mu- up a tuctory. Win Va QHev Xeirs hc,nA ln the Jovon mi. li,i':,L,,.t:lu,ifully listed i "uiuu m me i I-..UCIH ana f Ml1- Tint , J . 1 -r's outfit a cozy I '-4 10 It cs w quarters ' lilt in -, ' i larsre n.0Us iour Wil. An -t . u irom tl. j yjn a, u pornr ; '-pui, ana II i ; ,J,Mr.linjr. lts 00 ,('r ana v, 'I : J'oyj aur ovember. "ThTTTvMIDIT I MAI tAnioii MI PROGRESS. cm T LAND THURSDAY FOR FURTHER TO MEET. The Old Settlers of the North to Have a Eoyal Meeting atEaleigh. There is to be held at the city of Raleigh, on October 21st, a conven tion of. the northern, eastern and western settlers, in the State of North Carolina, together with all others who have immigrated to the South. It is very desirable these settlers shall be united in their pur pose of promoting the progress and development of the country. To this end a preliminary convention was held in May, to appoint a time for a convention in the fall. All Northern men who have settled in North Carolina or any other South ern State, are cordially invited to be present at this meeting. A report has gone out that the j Northern Settlers' convention is to convene on October 5th. It has been necessary to change the date in order to accommodate as large a number as possible. Many settlers can't attend on an earlier day, be cause of the harvesting of crops. The time for the convention is therefore changed from the oth to the 21st of October, 1891, and will take place "in the Exposition building- Any ho desire to attend will learn particulars by addressing communications to W. II. Chamberlain, Assistant Secretary Northern Set tlers' Association, Raleigh, .N. C DIOCESE OF NO It T II CAR OLINA. Hishop L vman's Appointments. October 9, Friday Lincolton. it 1, Sunday a. m. -Shelby. 11, Sunday p. m Ruther- fordton. 13-19, Asheville. Wednesday Bowman's Bluff. it 22, Thursday Brevard, Consecration. 25, Sunday Franklin, Macon county. 27, Tuesday Culloushee Consecration. Holy communion at morning ser vices. Collections for Diocesan missions. FOR JED UCa'i UI1S. Au Offer to Sell the Famous and Reautiful Itingham School Property. The famous Bingham School has been moved to Asheville, N. C, tor private reasons that can can be started on application. I will there fore dispose of all this desirable school property, famed for its beau ty, the healthfulness of its location and its adaptability . to military or other school purposes. Situated on the Richmond and Danville sys tem, fifty miles from the State Cap ital, in the centre of the State. Nearly every one who has passed the location remembers it. Barracks, recitation rooms, mess hall, furni ture, professors' residences, bath bouses, &c, orchards, beautiful lawn, 380 acres of productive land. I have spent over $30,000 improv ing the place. Will sell at greatly reduced uce. Address, Mrs. Wm. Bingham. Bingham School, N. C. AND INFORMATION, ADDRERSS Eeduced Eates to . the Southern Expo sition at Ealeigh, N. 0. The Richmond & Danville Rail road will sell round trip tickets from all stations in North Carolina to Raleigh, N. C, and return, good until December 3d, 1891, at greatly reduced rates, and will have special day tickets on sale every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday during the Exposition, good for seven days from date of sale, at one cent per mile. This is the lowest rate ever offered for any occasion, and should induce great numbers to attend the Exposition. For full information and rates, call on your station agent or write to W. A. Turk, A. Gl P. A., Charlotte, N. C. Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hurd, of Groton, S. D., we quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my Lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four doctors gave me up, saying I could live but a short time. I save myself up to my Saviour, determined if I could nnt stav with mv fripmls nn pnrtli.T ww-r aii I j I --v- - r r w T"r I t cs s -r. T- - e . -v - .--v l My husband was advised to get Dr. king's New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds. I gave it a trial, took, in all, eight bottles; it has cured me, and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at John Y. Mac Rae's Drugstore; regular size, 50c, and $1.00 "Ignorance is no excuse in the eyes of the law," nor is it an excuse for headache, sure cure. Bradycrotine is a Inflammatory Rheumatism is cur ed by P. P. P. (Prickly Ahs, Poke Root and Potassium.) Physicians have been consulted, and to no pur pose. As a last resort patient takes P. P. P. and gets well. Hosts of certificates to this effect are in pos session of the manufacturers, and will be shown on application. Life, Health and Strength. Apalachicola, Fla., Feb. 17.1889 Messrs. Lippman Bros., Savannah: t -11 j. LAK Bius-i win wrue iu juu to inform you that I was afflicted with Klood Disease. 1 tried one bottle ol and it gave me no relief. I was in bed seven months. I tried prominent physicians, and they could not do me any good. I ' j A.- xli u t t -, . t -- t saw your advertisement ol F. Jr. r. in flip . A nalaonirvVl'i Virn.P.S. ATI d i t a rri, w t0 iiiuu-ut x wuuiu it. xxic " I got to-nisht makes seven or eight, and, oh, how good I feel. I have been up ever since and at my busi ness lumber inspector. You may publish this , if you desire. I have informed mv friends that P. P. P r is life, health and strength. M. P. BOLDEN. P. P. P. is the greatest blood purifier of the age, the best of hum or remedies, cures every disease and humor of the skin, scalp and blood, whether itching, burning, scaly, scrofula or hereditary, when all other remedies tail. IMPROVE OOTO H. C. COOPER,General Manager, OrTB.M'OARGO, Sec'y and. Treas. J. J. THOMAS. S. W, B RE WEB J. J. THOMAS & GO. Nos. 313, 315 and 317 S. Wilming ton St., Raleigh N. C, D ALEB -In Bagging, Ties and Dun dee Bagging for Sheets. In stock different grades of each. GROCERIES. Meat. Meal. f!nrn "Flnnr TTnv Bran Mill Feed, Sugar, Coffee and Farmers5 supplies generally. FERTILIZERS. We have in stock best brands of Guanos for Wheat and Clover. LEE'S PREPARED LIME. This preparation is esoeciallv recom mended for wTheat and clover; splendid iortop-aressmgv bend tor testimonials. COTTON SELLERS. We refer with some pride to our suc cess, for many years, in this special de partment of our business. Being exclufive sellers, with long experience, we teei sure we can give ourjmtrous taitntui service. CASH ADVANCES. Liberal cash advances made on cot ton, either on bill lading or cotton in storing. Parties wishing to hold cot- ton will please communicate with us. J. J. THOMAS & CO. Northwestern Life Insurance Co, Annual Statement Jan. 1, 1891. Assets: Loan? on bond and mort- gage s uo,4oo,tKj.io Premium notes 002,741.62 Real estate 1)07,106.22 U nited States bond3, mar- fcpt value 131,331.20 State and muni cipal bonds, market value 2 32,y6 04 Cash on hand and in banks 907,200 72 Accrued interest and rent 515. 15 '.40 15.010 18 632 468 80 Lederer accounts and bills Deferred premiums (20 percent deducted) Premiums in course of collection (ditto) 263.553 58 Total assets. $ 42,353,912.96 Liabilities: TiORSPR anrl pmlnwrnpnts unadjusted. I 194,305.98 Unpaid dividends, etc (es-v timated) 72,000.00 Reserve for paid-up insur- ance claimable, and for Annuities iou.it.uu A S -4 OA W Rp.erve rpmi1-rP(1 hv lnws estates (actuaries' 4 Der cent) 35,424 507.00 Total liabilities $ 35,821,587.98 Surplus on 4 per percent, 6,532,324.98 The company claims superiority ir. f?h r low death rate and small expense, it LK V uruu law auu suiciii caucus,, & thns able to pay very large dividends to nolicv holders. Active agents wanted wno can maKe ia great deal of money. Liberal com- missions will be paid. Apply to x x - ' Vt 9-26 tf , District Manager. AGENT FOR nL..'L r.. !-!: n l OHinuii rurnisning vauuub. Such as Pulpits, Pulpit Chairs, Pews ana Uhurch Uhan-s. ALSO School Furnishing Goods Such as the Perfect Automatic School Desks Maps and Slate Stone Black Boards, Etc. D. P. HflSKlTT. Raleigh, N C. . 9-27-Sm P. O. Box 106 Mutual NT H icq:. 13 ICHMOND AND DANVILLE R. I JLV K. COMPANY. Office of General Manager. Atlanta, Ga,, Sep. 1, 1S91. REWARD. This company will pay $10,000 for the arrest and conviction of the person, or persons, wno removed the rail from the track of the Western North Carolina Pailroad, near Bostian's Bridge, Ire dell county, North Carolina, on the night of Wednesday, August 26, 1891. VV. H. tiKEEN, General Manager Richmond & Danville R. R. Co. The Sun Has Secured as CcntnMors During W. D. Howells. Georee Meredith. An drew Lang, St. George Mivart, Rud- vard Kipling, R. Louis Stevension, Wil liam Black. W. Ciark Russell. H. Rider Hacgard, Norman Ixckier, Conan Doy e. and many other Distin guished writers. Tin; sundau Son for 1891, wiil print more news and more pure literature of the highest class and by the most distin guished of contemporary writers, than any periodical in the United States. Price 5c. a copy. By mail 82 a year. Address THE SUN, New York. 6-28 tf . Notice of Incorporation. Kohth Carolina, Wake Counit. In the olli 'e Clerk of superior Court. Notice ia hereby given by the underien- el, that the 'lirggs Baildicg and Manu facturing Company," have this day been incorporated under the laws ot isorth Car olina; that the business proposed to bo done oy said company is the bending and repairing houses and 'he improvement of real esfa e, the bning, sawing and tilling lumber, th manufacture and sale of anv articles made ot wood or a combination ol wood and metl and other materile. the buying, selling holding, renting and leas ing real estate and doing such other things not contrary to law to carry on the 1 ' 1 a - -l rr-1 uui?iiitj''B auuTe luuicateu. i ae princi pal place of business is IiUeinrh. N. C, the duration of the corporation 30 years; the amount of capital stock is $12,000, divided into liO shares of the par value of $ 03 each, with the privilege ol increasing said stock to $100,003; that no stockholder shall bs individually Table tor any debt, con trat, omisEion or lia; ility o said corpora tion. JOHN W. THOMPSON, Clorb Superior ourt Wake County. ent 19th-6w. SPECIALTIES AT THE M0SELEY HOUSL Hargett and Wilmington o . . , c Streets, Raleigh, N. C- Good rooms, clean and neat beds, good eating, gooa attention ana a good welcome, and .the coolest din ing-room in the city. All necessary comforts attached to the Moseley House to make it popular. Rates ner day. 9-25-1 m. a i Dividend , Notice. A semi-annual dividend of 3 per cent. on the caDital stock of the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad Company has been de clared, payable on and after October 1, 1891; to stockholders of rcord this date. The transfer books will be closed from this date to October 2, 1891. W. W. VASS, Secretary and Treasurer. ,Raleig Sept. 17, 1791. (ep20-tf COMPANY, Population doubled in three years Nine plug factories up and more t build- Three cot on mills and two woolen mills. C. F. & Y. V. terminal point, Norfolk & Western building here, Statesville, Air Line and Danville & East Tennessee pro jected. Greatest produce shipping point. . On t be border cf the southwest Virginia grazing country. -NOTICE TO GONTRflGTORS: Bids are hereby invited for the build ing of the State Normal and Industrial Scbool at Greensboro, N. C, in accord ance with plans and specifications to be seen at the office of the State Super intendent of Public Instruction. Ral eigh. N. C, or at the office of Epps & Hackett, architects. Greensboro. Bids to be opened October 1st, 1801. Bond will be required for the faithful per formance of contract. The right is re served to reserve any and all bids. The bids must be sent to S. M. FINGER, Chairman Board of Directors, 9-25-tf Raleigh, N. C. NEW-TIMITURE! WALNUT, MAPLE, OAK. In JOHNSON & BARBER, 112 3IAHTIN ST.. RAI.EIGII, Are daily receiving their large, hand some stock of BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE Fcrthe Fall Trade. OAK SUITS, CHEVAL SUITS, MAGNIFICENT DESKS. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS AND CARTS IN ENDLESS VARIETY OF STYLES AND PRICES. With the enlargement of our store by the addition of fifty by forty feet, two stories, we are enabled to store a larerer stock 1 han any other establish ment in the city ESF Our stock is tae largest to select from. SST" We guarantee the quality of our goods to be up to the standard, and prices as low as tue lowest. 9-20-d-3m. . Gel Ready for Winter, Pirn H. Andrews, DEALER IN WOOD and COAL, ANTHRACITE : Wilkesbarre free burning white ash. Schuylkill Shamokin Lorberry Schuylkill H U U red u These are the best hard coal for grates and stoves. BITUMINOUS : Kanawha West Virginia Splint, Tennessee Splint, New River Splint, Pocahuntas Soft. These are the best soft coal for grates and open fire places. - Seasoned and half seasoned Oak, Hickory, &c. Original and old field seasoned pine. Orders left at the grocery store of J. R. Ferrail & Co. will be tele phoned promptly to the yard. Buy now and gave money. PHIL H. ANDREWS. ang!2-ai t, . t:. 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