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1ft ailq tatc feonitU, 2 1891
HOMtJGflIN! C. Weikel, MERCHANT TAILOR, Who is so well known in Raleigh has returned, and has opened a Merchant Tailoring sa& $fJr CM ly) JIM i ill 1 1 d THE BATTLE FOR THE SPEAKERSHIP. Benton McMillin, of Tennessee. ,;nent ainS candidates lor me speakership is Benton McMil f'&e, who began his successful career as a Representative Frown, said to be the richest man i His wife is a daughter in Tennessee, so that ht I Tl ...... w hru"M'- . 7 " social advantages u ujc i-umwi upun wmcn ne nas entered . . P.-f ifTP nnd he renresents the. Fourth diet t,: McMillin was born in Monroe county, Ky., in 1845. After In academic education he read law and was admitted to the act ice at Ceiina, lenn., in 101- His experience as il T . . 1 1 I ,n nr'K I r"rti' k' ... jvjuvv an b,.an who service in inc jgisiwiure oi nis own btate, as a kn and lien' i JOl W O O ww U. of which he servi one term, in ioo ne was an elector on m and Hendricks ticket, and the next year was appointed bv iraorof lcnnes?ee a special uuage oi tne Circuit Uourt. His to Congress bt-an a career ot singular ability and brilliancy. Electric Bitters. Cl mention. All who have sctric Bitters ?ing the same jraise. A purer medicine exist and it is guaranteed that id claimed. Electric till cure all diseases of the I kidneys, will remove pirn il, gait rheum and other t caused by impure blood he malaria from the system nt as well as cure all mai lers. For cure of head stipation and indigestion ;ic Bitters Entire satis- gaaranteed, or money re- Pnce 50 cents and $1 lit it John Y. MacRae's it. ' st fprinj medicine in the P. P. P. If you would be id Mil spirits use P. P. roi and debilitated and a tale P. P. P. For a 'fee to cure nndtone uti bailments of the svstm. ,p-P. (Prickly Ash, Poke otassium.) fa East Indian Corn Paint '"cure for corns, bunions is. ltelsorp,witharunnin fl years' standing, Jors thought incurable, ;on was regarded as the ' fc patient scarcely able runs, appa. r U cur was made by R It the great cures l w wond, rful blood f made. I;!'?1 ""er af. to a "nure Wood )dii ' " Sn, when fes, t the same f to the whole -res 0y Using -:!;-'-- I'aint; 'ls ,Ul warts, it is 11 Uv,r Uec. Urliu LU".rta,lily cureil w i h'n a laml plates "eat an appe- , ""-tils m,jui f ! I t . M'eu hv ll" UJ8- A Delightful Place to Stop at During the Southern Exposition Is the Cary Hotel. Carr.N.f; Situated as it is on both the Rich mond and Danville railroad and the Raleigh and Augusta Air Line you can go from or return to the city at nearly any hour in the day. Thr accomodations are the best. With large, airy and veil furnished rooms and a table supplied every morning from the city market we cannot fail to please you (chronic "kickers" excepted.) At Cary you are not kept awake all night by the noise and confusion that is always trying to those who need rest, and you can awake in the morning rested and refreshed. We have made a spe cial rate of one. dollar per day to those who are attending the Exposi tion. Come, Respectfully, J. R. Walker, Pkop. N. B. The Richmond and Dan vil'e train leaves Raleigh ever3 evening at 6 o'clock arriving a: Cary at 6:20. Returning leaves Car at 6:45 a. m. arrives at Raleil 7:15. 10-4-d3m. When you get up in the morning with a swell-head, bring it to Natur al dimensions by taking Bradycro-tine. It Should be in Every House. J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay street Sharpsburg, Pa., says he will noi be without Dr. King's New Discov ery for consumption, coughs auti colds, that it cured his wife who was threatened with pneumonia after an attack of "La Grippe," when vari ous other remedies and several physicians had done her no good Robert Barber, of Cooksport, Ta.. claims Dr. King's New Discovery has done him more good than any thing he ever used for lung trouble Nothing like it. Try it. Free trial bottles at John Y. MacRae's drugstore. Large bottles, 50c. and $1.00. Facts speak louder thsn words. Simmons Liver Regulator has cure d bowel disorders. I have been troubled with chron ic catarrh for years. Ely's Cream Balm is the only remedy among the many that I heve used that affords me relief E. W. Willard, Drug gist, Joliet, 111. Nothing like it for dyspepsia and indigestion. Simmons Liver Reg ulator is a safe, sure cure. I have been troubled with catarrh for ten years and have tried a num ber of remedies, but found no relief until I purchased a bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. I consider it the most reliable preparation for catarrh and cold in the head George E. Crandall, P. M., Quonochawntaug, R. I. Estab lishmen 'I In the oflioe 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 tomers as to quality, price and workmanship. 9-27-1 m. A. G. BAUER, a ARC RALEIGH , X. C. HITEGT. Plans and specifications furnished on application. 8-27-1 y. MpinguF WITH THE TIMES. We are constantly adding new type, new machinery, new .styles, new and fresh papers, etc., and ii you want any kind of Printing and Binding '.xecuted. and want it done quickly. nd 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 Aork a much larger force than any ther ofru is an advantage for toing Work Quickly. R!eitrh, N. C oC DELICATE LADIES. The Electropoise will make new creatures of you, and thousands of hannv m - , both jolrt a0ndaSs?Pi,UCati0n ,htle ,'nStrUm8n' h C mprinj Remember this is fin mexnau-stiDie Home Treatment, and is so simple that anyone with ordinary intelligence ean use it successfully- wiih tt,. j the little book contains hich accompanied each instrument. Fro TZ ol 'Z auote J"TT' 1 the two classes of disease in which the Electropoise would show the greatest avrale benefi7 T.h? 1 ,"1 reasonable time, we should choose those e0mm0nl7 termed "dyspepsial" whMuSoIJi ons. .T cc FEMALE COMPLAINTS.5' In both of these, our success has been nmform and simply marrelous. Female troubles vieldin- s. readily, it is a pleasure to treat them." The eleetropoise is used and endorsed bT the best nJ uent people of all sections, for almost- all diseases. enaorsed by the best and most prom,- A request on a postal card will secure you a namnhlet full .rr.lo;n;n . . , merous testimonials, "some from people whom doubtless you know. K Z V T"S ' agents. ArM " - - .t Vl uo nr Address, ATLANTIC ELECTROPOISE COMPANY, 1405 New York Avenue, 0r 222 King btreet, CHARLESTON, S. C. WAS H J K GTON, D. oct4-tf c. Robert 0, Burton Attorney ani Counsellor at Law I ? C. A fJruvnwrxr t h i If f I OF RALEIGH, N. C. ill practice in the Suprerrvo an Federal Courts and in the courts of Halifax, Northampton arid Wake, and wherever his services may b needed Office in Fisher Building, 217 Fayette villo Srreet. OVERWJAW'S SPECIFIC OXYGEN A HOME TREATMENT I FOR DISEASES OF ! BEAD, THROAT and LUNGS. It Softens Tubercles, Quiets v Coughs, Heals the Lungs and Purifies the Blood. Specific Oxygen is the only Medicated Oxygen in use. It con tains a Germicide and Disinfect ant which kills the Microbes or Germs, and disinfects the mem branes in Head, Throat or Lungs. It is a natural Narcotic, giving rest and sleep by revitalizing tha prostrated nerves, instead of narcotizing or paralyzing them. El cures m ISffARRHASTHMy DNSUIvlPTiCPii us sm rn.ti.ifx w w m Mn tn nnnrs ARRH ASTHMA, nsiiMDTinN fBRDNCHITlS j Send for Manual on Spe ciflc Oxygen FREE. NATURE'S OWN REMEDY Specific Oxygen is a natura" stimulant, harmonizing with na lure's effort to throw off disease Separate Specifics for Catarrh ana Hay Fever. Not a Patent Medicine. Prescribed by Physicians. DKrOSITORIES : 5 1 0 Sheely Bldg., Omaha, Neb. 429 E. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Your address on a postal will get our Manual on Wonderful Cures FREE. The Specific Ozygen Co., Nashville, Tenn. 53 n&7& EJ.Y'R CPEAW BAFrfS -Cleanses the &tln? Sores, ifivorea Tasto and Snaell, and iM mm in Gives Relief at, nnrn for Oalrl in Armfu int.n t.Kn Nnatrila It fun'ur.. At. 50c Kruggists or bj maiL ELY BROS., 6B Warren St., N. Y. Cures ijpATARTVfCl h pn.i. Bare rCHRISTMAS I, A Magnificent Display! Monuments, Tombstones and Fencing. I have associated with Die in the Ral eigh and Fayetteville Marble and Granite Works Mr. E. L Hemsburg. of Fajetteville N. C. audi in the futnr all buines3 entrusted to us will b ex ectited under the firm Dame of Good win Hz Remsburg, and will receive careful and prompt attention. Our business ha grown so rapidly that we have become -wide-awake to the wants of the people, and have put in stock, both ac our Fayetteville and Faleigb worlds, the largest and rrost attractive stock rf Monurr.cnta, Tombstones! and Iron Fencing ever exhibited in this State. This is a broad assr-rtion, but we have ben working for years to not only make thi. fact kr.own in print, but to convince yon by t aving you call at our vtoiks and examine the larger. sto;;k. now on exhibition in this ttate. Hcpiiig to receive a share of your patronag?, ar I prouiiing to give our individual attention to each aud cveiv order, we remain. Very respect? ally, Goodwin & RemsburQ, Proprietors of the aleiuh and etteville Marble Works. 9-25-3 m. VALUABLE ESTA1E. REAL Fay- Sale of Real Estate. On Monday, the 23d day of Decem ber, 1891, . I will offer for Pale at th courr. house door of Wake county, the allowing described real estate: a va cant lot on Kdento'i street, fronting 70 feet on Kdenton street, and bounded on the west bv the Pollen lot on the north by the Grlspom lot, and the eaat by the L. H. Adorns home place, the the ame being the part of the Len H. Arams home plac- and contain nr nearly one-third of an acre Upon this 1 t is s-tu'ite the stabhs of Ien H. Ad ams, but the property will be sold re serving t he r ght to remove the stablea a A three-story brick building situ ate on the west side of Wiln ingtoa street, fronting 40 feet on Wilmington srieet. lunning back tX) ect, bting the store recently occupied by Len II. Ad ams, now occupied by R J. PoweLL 3. A lot on Cabarrus ftreet, betweM Blount and Person, Fronting 105 feet on Cabarrus street, mnniLg back 2l feet, adjoining the lands of M. H. Brown and other Upon this lot is M'uate six tenant houses. This lot contains one-half of an ace. 4. A h t ceir the southern limits of the city of Raleigh, on the Fayetteville road, adjoining the lands rf W R. rawford an-1 otherr, containing aliont pne-ourth of an aci. There are two tenant houses upon this Pt 5. A tract cf land in Middle creek, township, Wake county, adjoining the lans of Dock Uiley, Almon Al-ton and others said to contain 50 acres known as part of Alston land Thes sales will be made in pursu ance of authority given in a deed of trust executed by in. II. Adams, and rt corcl em in b k 111, page 194, of the Register's offl-e of Wake county. T-rms of sale, cash. Time of sale 12 m- W. II. PACE, Trustee of L II. Adams. Lov22-tds H O M :0: .A. Sea.-u.tifTo.l Sools. I Is the most appropriate of all gifts, and it carries longer and hnppier Christ iu-o j.jj lirn ittij uiuBf preseui. weuavejuM opened an immpTiSf linft of seiecied l oofes for the s holidays, comprising the best of everything new snrl old. Write to n. statini? about whit vor want; nnd v,Q . I spay, and we will make a selection that will ileas) vou e d von will -nnt hpvt the usual worry and trouble of "(ttuistmas ShooDinc"' 5 I A handsome Art Book, from 5 to IIP. is also the very latest and best ; taste m wedding presents. Send to n for anyrning you want in our Iido. :o:- AI.PRED WILLIAMS & CO. X-AJL,EIGr-XI, N. o. f By virtue of authority given me in a mortgage from Wra H Um'erwood and wife to W. W. Vas. registered in the Register's office cf Wake county, iu Hook 71, pa?e i'O, we will sell on Tues day, the !5th of Dpc?mb?r, 18,J1, thrf-e tracts of land convey d in f aid mort age, and said to contain 2lz Feres. Said lands are situate in Little River township, adjoins the land of C. I). Jones, the Penny Hill tract, Burton Ferrell, Wm. Mitchell, the lands form erly owned by K. R. Pace ard Sarah 8. Green, and fully de.-cribed in the mortgage above mentioned. Time oi sale. 12 m. Terms of tale, cash. For further particulars apply to us PACE HOLDING. Attorneys for Mortgagee. Xov.w12, 1S01. novl2-tds. Twin GilyStsRcii Works STENCILS, RUBBER STAMPS, CHECKS, &c, Manufactured to Order. S. B. TURNER & CO 81 Water St. Norfolk, Va. P O Eox 124. no--ly j Safety Deposit Boxes i t We r.-:pectfully invite our pa trons, friends and lie public to an inspection of our Safety Deposit j Boxes, now in our granite and steel fire-proof vault. They are the first and only deposit boxes in Raleigh, and we shall be glad to show them, as well as one of the finest safes ever seen in North Carolina, to all the people of Raleigh. B. S. JERMAN, Cashier Commercial and Farmer! Bank.