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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, NOV. 4, 1891.
'SFro: Articles etc Francisco, where be assumes Arm- 1 Al' 0 outdo ... V" c.rinit-r:"la r.inn- -..1 1 f n - . i rot it? vrri:!,n ,.,fv.'!H v ;1 v' . Ill' 1 ' .1, 4 jt.urp's name, obtains his deposits in the bank, and men secures posses sion of his daughter, who has been brought up in a convent and has niver seen her father. The second act shows the interior of the Yuba j Hotel, where, suddenly made aware of the acts o( Hardy, Armitage re covers hU speech, and declares the (Ti ave only shall shield the murderer. In the third act Armitage discovers his daughter in a hotel in Venice, but on denouncing Hardy is arrest ed as insane. The last act in an old cattle on the Rhine brings the villian to bay, and father and daugh- i'i!L:l"'ri'tlon 1 ter are united. The inseparable ur V'l(,ott j (.onHl(y clement is naturally intro- ,t a you.';, )(uct(i in the characters ot JJr. Mar town, !' r , ,n:lke love 1 pnetre?? v io' , 1 .1 u, 1 - ..,n hi i -1 1 v iiv ol . .nll.'T the , ... 'iv.h'S ti om law HOME AGAIN I C. Weikel, MERCHANT TAILOR, Who is so well known in Raleigh has returned, and has opened a Merchant Tailoring 1' ' ...Mtn:i!i troni a j ,.1.ini.,J .uui his SOn Hamilton, who 1 mi' - alternately to the pro- t'a vim!r- nr;..(re?s uf the Yuba Hotel and her 1 -1 : i genuine bronchos Avhi-.-n Mt r ; coach, drawn ..,! a V'1)'1 I M1(l liiled with genuine passengers, (!-: .11 1 ... .-.i" 1111' 1 ? v" 1 u-i he an :;-,,,i?l,iV;i!n.alism in interesting 'From Sire to staj:e ouu. aliara- 11 Lovers of line acting will be pleased. Tii-kets are on sale at y Bobbin's 1 , 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 1 I 1H I 1 . . ..rr!lt J)U!!I i,,.t Ami'rica!! story-j Special Thursday Trains for Southern Exposition, Raleigh, N. 0. .,n l;nt '. r: , ir' wi during inc !,-r of short tn.vnhinanrit I'M?" V) U to rit; a ''n.k'UVs which he graphics; the lirst -The Autotnograpn) , ftklVtCe," is in No fliis number also con ..jie and suggestive ar- he Food-Sipi'iy oi iue hichevtrytarmer sliouui fu'Mtd by a number of I'UACTICAL VAU'i: TO FARMERS, Ipeeiully of the relations vernment to the tarmer. Joing and what it should grries will include con ffom oilicers of the De- !(,f Asriculture, and other n nidi will discuss " 1 he Discontent ''Co-operate. Vatfd Spanish writer is to )"Liff of Columbus," w brilliantly illustrated, jsUi&wa of The Century Jnp'd with the managers Vld's Fair to print articles Wings, etc. the novels to appear in tstab iishmen 4 In the oflice formerly occupied by J. M. Broughton & Co., over J. I. Johnson's drugstore. He has a fine line of FOREIGN SAMPLES, and is' well prepared to suit all cus tom ars as to quality, price and workmanship. 9-27-1 m. The Richmond & Danville rail road will run a special Thursday train from Goldsboro to Raleigh and return on Thursday October '29th, Thursday November 5th and Thursday November 12th, in con nection with special trains on the Atlantic & North Carolina railroad, and regular trains on Atlantic Coast Line, between Weldon and Goldsboro, for the accommodation of persons attending the Southern Exposition at Raleigh. Reduced rate tickets for the round trip at one cent per mile travelled, good re turning on special and regular trains 7 days from date of sale, will be on sale at all stations between Goldsboro and Raleigh. New rrivais i a $ erraii&uo.s S22 Fayettevillo Street. t:V UK NEW YORK LIl-'K thor of "The Angioma- W the magazine will con- at deal about the metro- p?tLyear .imonj: other !ries of illustrated articles ?wi in New York." In is an ilhtrated descrip "The Players' Club." V Edwin Booth. ures of the splendidlv il- Christmas (December) aa ar ic p nn ti, 1 Century send the tt-'rijition price ($1.00) (""yro, Union Square, i . A Safe Investment. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory.results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan can buy from our advertised druggist a bot tle of Dr. King's New Discover) for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when used for any affection of throat, lungs or chest, such as consump tion, inflammation of lungs, bron chitis, asthma, whooping cough, croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free, at John Y. Mac Rae's drugstore. M SIM TO SON. 1 Will be The Scene a. Acting To-night. m'm ut v.. , -'.ou KHiuui ;;k Milton and Dollie popular :irtiifc .:u 'Us city , e' '"tsentinx Mr but ... i O ' most wre to S c!! and camb tHKe the . ar..i .1 ' lu,"-jnce to hi n?0 M castle r'n'! Seen r. ..,.. 1 1 t Li,' n wt ""proved. Son . 11 a crso from 5i, ' tmPoniry loss of is "vufinent. In Rates N.O. Steal & Iron Oo's. Land Sale. For above occasion the Richmond & Danville railroad will sell round trip tickets to Greensboro, N. C, and return, at following rates named below : Charlotte,$4 80;Goldsboro,$6 10; Lincolnton, $5 60; Raltigh, $4 30; Rural Hall, $2 45; Durham, $2 95; Henderson, $5 00; Marion, $7 75; Selma, $5 40; winston-Salem,$l 65. Hates from intermediate points in same proportion. lickets on sale within 100 miles of G reensboro. November 4th and oth ; all other points 3d and 4th. All tickets limited November 7th In New Pigs New Valencia Raisins. Fresh Currants Fresh Nuts. Fresh Shrewsbury Tomato Catsup. Fresh Shrewsbury Mayonnaise, the best. FirstShipment New Rice. Fresh Shad Roe. Fine Bananas, Apples, Pears, Leinons,etc. A full, fresh and complete stock of everything in the gro cery line. HOTEL GLfllBORN. DURHAM, N. C. Under hi Management, u W. H. BILLINGS, PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER RATES : - - $2.00 per day. 9-25 tf. 'ueccssful - j riTi 1 1 1 r V '""HilW. W in iu :1 name of . T Vll III J , Glares he Hin. ,7 bt it rr,U0 "5 u thft n " no 0 R2h Si e8cnZc ln tha San CI INDIGESTION Is the primary cause of nine-tenths of the suffering that afflicts humanity. I(s miseries are universal, sparin neuter age, sex, nor condition. Gradually accumulating, no one feels the approach of its nameless horrors! 1 robahly a favorite dish received more attention lhan it deserved and a little discomfort was the result. Such impositions, more or less frequent, accentuate this condition, while the gases from the decay of food in the stomach are absorbed by the coats of that delicate organ, Mid cause so much disturbance, at last, that Nature asserts her power, and makes an effort to rid herself of the. Kid put upon the sy.srem. Pains, more or less severe, are the con sequence, and the man is said to be'sick. V.'hyr i Secant of the pains. In reality he only has the pains be cause Nature is trying to make him well They ;: only an evidence of the desperate stru- le she i- makin to get rid cf the disease, and not the disease iti If. liuneinbor M " c IT DOES SOT HURT TO U'T DO When in ram. a man. con&ideiing bim?elf sicV, fch-1 f-r ) js'eiar. v:vi bim a timcZv for tb rain -a mere rebel Irom tiiat paroxyipm. This a direct slap in atute s f.-.ie. uu . x'c. .tj..t. i by Casing tiie y.na ut rttnru i-. . even rtrota as soon a 'he t fleets of t? e medicice has worn ff. Next lime a ia.r d( k U vt q nrect, .r ue.- p eneripti.-n i n, .x. always alone the eiue line to fci 1 the paia. Mtanwhile, the IspI tUt oi It. a 5; vn is v,co ;lm :h avst. Te tronl.Io n.c c-SHe tor no at tcr:pt has 1 en m do to i emove it. The stomach befont s v:pt ?.rx nv re di- orend. d t"r p other ru be vu.jf'part of the bnrdea, fclso become affacted. It' thy, too, happen from .-ty oe to be v-vak, the tn.'nblu pnif;s to th weaktfrt. "U"Ully the iver btc nifH torpid, a d const palion mnea. ah tie ?oo3 eaten ib rot duffet d. 2. smaller amount is tilicn. that the bowele not jegularly ti'ledcanno-. be wgularty emptied. I ri.ops t kidceys are not able to crry off the ta t9 mttrr i.ad it gets into' the Hood. It so, rbeuc.iatiira racks the mueclefi and j jnt. Or the misfV h s j.-portit-g the" n gns peoahar t th it-male, lose iheir tone, allowing displacement, nlceraticn, am otner tontirfcs dtpio-abiy too tomm.n. Menstruation is difficult, paintoi too profoHA or wM.tiDg alt ether. - Of courn", these tfiects of the same Sr&t cause act .ud ie?ct on eacb other, and the case goes Irom bid to w ro. The daily waste troui d "ly work is not rtpaiied The fet "rehouses of vital ty the nerves and spinal cord gradually give oat their tupply until in lhe tffart to repair the damage and accumulate a further reserve, tlio horrors of sciatic and neura'gia ma e themsotve teit. All tri lime the only effort made i lor reiiti -o kill pain. McrpLiue avd such drurs are emnloved i-i evpr inrrAine aosis loemug up ine shctoih ns, ana aiways, wnaoui any exception, ma&mg a raa mantr worsa until tne patient sin? a into the grave. Verj oceasioLially, iu utter despair, he quits all medi.'ation, ana to his oe'igtt fi ids that natare, left t ht rself, is able to repair the w ete and restore the health. Too oiten, however, the case is ifcyt.nd hope, and he dies, another example of treatim? m i C9 effects for causes. Recognizing tbat the A.ll-"Wi"e did not put the spontaneous cause of disease about us on every tide, and then leave us f our own devices to ransack earth, sea, and sky f r mere remedies for pai we present in the Electropoise a treatment that goes back to fiist principles. We hnow thtt rain is merely the evid nee of he desperate strnggle Nature is making to restore the normal conditions in th system, tt is not dieease a bad symptom needing to be repressed an evidence ol getting eick, but, on tho con tra ry, it is n vuience of getting wnll a good sign-and to be borne, if bearable. Imperfect digestion means siiip.y lees nutri tion and a cooeq:. nt loss of vitality. ri he gises irom decaying food are p sitive in their electrical xuality and cause disease. With Electropoise we cause tee n gative elements, so abundant in the atmosohere, to be attracted iuto the body in sufficient ouan tity to on-ume the c mbuttible matter, s ore i up by -h imperfect action of the vital orga s. As life is only combustion of the fuel lu'nii-'ied fr m tha lood. an actual increase of vitality comes from its use. It is with this increase of vitality that nature is able to sub lue the cause of the trouble so thnt relief comes at once always in the direction of cure and peraeveraijce brings compb ie restoration of health than as in hopeless ru;n. We pay no atten ion to parts do rot treat symptoms, but, as-ertiug that a man kves by the same porce from the c adle to the grave, we work on that force, aad in a perfect whole find perfect part Office of York Ehtebpuise, Yorkville, S. C, August 14, 11. Atlantic Electropoise Company, 222 King Street, Charleston, S. C. Gentlimen : For the live . ears my wife has bet i huu rer from t yppep?ia So omnlrtnJv did the oi-erns ntTco a wreck ol ber former sell that jife was almost despaired or H-r nervous syct; ra -vai 1 u t e-.ti-ely u -fir. ). a.i.i 'b' ii :.htv -:t noisj wou'd t row her into a nervous spasm, whica would la-ii, lor hours 31 dieal skill til d to bring any to kf. Upon the recommendation of an eminent cliv re v.o v.ero induced o Uy tie Eleclrop'.irt. t-.l.ci a j er ki...-r.f uee of the instrument, the effect has b en wonderful. Her re; v ;rs vrem has brn ?f-etor.2-i to it - nu-i-:,- unl -o t it; ot-: t o: digestion is woLdrfully improved; she is rapidly gaining in tl t;r. d, upoa the who it? riaii ug r.ipi t iwv:y vhi Si pe;.:'s volumes for the wondertul curative powtrs of the Eiectropoi so, :s h r case c i f 'd- if b r:ler.. if n r . if 'i. Rl o. tb subject, let them try the Electropoise, and its woncerful powers will quickly dipe all doubts. Yoa.-o trnly, y. M. VuOL'oT. For Circular giving a full list of certificates voluntarily ilU-A with the hon;c olRcc, Ostll on O- At Exposition Buildings or 17 raycttcvillc street. Or address, ATLANTIC ELECTROPOISE: COMPANY, 1405 New York Avenue, or 222 Kin street, WASHINGTON, D. . oct4-tf EXTRAORDINARY OFFERING $4,000 to 86,000 a year assured to general agents. U to & per day to canvassers. A permanent and conven kn business. No competition, kvery ludy a possible customer. Address with 2c stamp, CONSOLIDATED AD JUSTABLE SHOE CO, Lynn, Mass. oct d-cod-4w. OT-ELY'S rfrSIAWJ BALM-Clcanses tbe W . Passages, Aliavs l am and Inflammation, Ilea! fc-yA rV o V a V J for Colblieajf ifcTS I Apply into the Nostrils. It is Quickly Absorbed. X&s&& J 60c Druggists or by mail. ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y.rX 50c To the Ladies. There are thousands of ladies throughout the country whose sys tems are poisoned, and whose blood is in an impure condition from the absorption of impure matter, due to menstrual irregularities. This class are peculiarly benefitted by the wonderful tonic and blood cleansing properties of Prickly ' Ash. Poke and Potassium P. P. P. P'ses and bounding health take the place of the sickly look, the lost color, and the general wreck of the system. t . . P. is the cure be sure to get it at once. S-QB BOOKS s AMD s STATIONERY. We c&ti supply everything yon want in thi3 Jinfi. :o: OUR SPECIALTIES: School JBooks, Stationery. Blank Books, Diaries, N. . Supreme Court reports, standard Miscellaneous Books. Cure your Corns by Using Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint; for corns, bunions and warts, it is a treat. Take Simmons Liver Regulator in youth and you will enjoy a green old age. :0:- -Oua New Publications :- MRS. SPJENCER'S FIRST STEPS IN N. C. HISTORY, MOORE'S SCHOOI. HISTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA, N. C. COPY BOOKS, PRIMERS, SPEAKERS AND DIGESTS. Tie gBS ii n l ver (iii i i i rr 1 f I J x -:o:- SEND FOR PRICES. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., The plain truth about the grocery business is that it is overrun, very much overrun-with groceries. There may be a few unscrupulous men who know ingly participace in fraud by selling adulterated articjes nut, as a rule, groceries don't sell under false colors, and you get just what you suppose you are yet ting We are as anxious to protect you from imposition as we are to retain t our custom, and if we don't do one wej cannot expect to do the other. We have now on hand an exceptionally fine assortment of ear ned gords of every description. Hams, Breakfast Bacon, new Cranberries, Currant?, Citron, Pre serves, Grits, Samp, Oatmeal, Buckwheat, Set. EBERHXRDT & PESCUD.