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RESIDENTIAL LIGHTNING-. jfcAnley Palmer, of Illinois, flfcom it May Strike, mutative Springer has for- ' named General Palmer, of a 11 candidate for the nomi- 1 . a TM TV jfor rrt'Siueni. iue uemo- state Convention of Illinois tt en the 27th of April, and . . i i . xt .nnuint a a legauun io me ia- L Convention instructed to vote pjmtr. citizen thus honored is a - tian by birth. He was born and has lived in Illinois 1331, In 1839 he was ad J to the bar. He held several offices before his election to U Senate in 1852. Palmer :.j from the Senate in 1856, 1' ll Tv itinz irom me uemocratic Iron :he slavery issue, and was art of the Republican State :ction of that year. He was -corat-largu on the Republi icttoflSGO. Palmer fought b war and rose to the rank of r-Gentral. Subsequently he zzH the Military Depart- ;Kentucky. In 1867 here to Springfield, his present ;tfrti iice. He was elected -erof Illinois in 1868. Since it; has supported Democratic l.s. He was elected a United . CmtM. i sort r i. x.Uarch 3, 1807. I0RTANT ADDKESS 2 SuLday School Workers of North Carolina. 5SEx: The executive com itht Sunday school associa ' North Carolina, issues this 'i b eleventh annual State to be held in Ne7lern 'tb, COih and 31st days cf M'Xt. The convention will W by Mr. Wm. Reynolds, "Ml!., late President of the "ioruil Sunday School Asso- NlJ HOW snnprintpnflnt M' --on of that association - pivii.inent Sunday school ton worker in the country) l ii. M. Hamill, puper- nt the normal work of the aridity school association. presentation in the con- consist of m: bers of Executive commiuee, all nuclei in the Droizramme Mention, and five cfoWatea ll COlintv klJ reduced round-trip rates b obtained from all ,T- Tl -ii arrangements can be -Misbury or Greensboro to An rmfi: Ration concerning railroad 5Vdl be nubliahrnl as soon ties which have not held ""tons sirw.4. r t. , -.. ia3l) jjiuilu, are tleot delegates to the State .10n A full representation j" -ry county in the State is 'aPpeal to ih ri:- " '-Hts and ftvprv ltrT. 4-wfVio y School cansp tTif,irri,rtiif est r l,wi i wt i"cmyeives and see ... uv convent? nna oka halH -in 8 TXT V " v' " - Ull 4-414, 444 JtL e none have been held J1 year. iC9t f North Carolina, tori0 do it9 part in every WvCan be used, and we ap Lf wrker in the cause a vuh" is issued to it 1 ben longer delayed. Any Sundav " "i ivci is pnm missioned to arouse the brethrenTo the issuance of the call. mtlPOfitableJaild Pleasant time may be expected. Let no County rail to be represented. miUeerd6r f Executive Co- Geo. W. Watts, Chm'n. H. N. Snow, Sect'y. Durham, N. C, Jan. 20, '92. i ' ' f Passa-eT v r rn xeanseo ths Nasal I 'ia!-t s' u 8 l ain and Inflammation ttTJH nr. i 7 -t.wjo 44SIO MIU IIieAl, Ulifl Cliroa i Strength and Health. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If la grippe" has left you weak and weary, use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on liver, stom ach and kidneys, -gently aiding the organs to perform their functions. If you are afflicted with sick head ache, you will find speedy and per manent relief by taking Electric Bitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 50c. at John Y. MacRae's drugstore. DEMOCRATIC EX. COM. Meeting of the State Democratio Exec utive Committee Called for March 2nd, '92. A meeting of the State Demo cratic Executive Committee has been called by Chairman Smith, at Raleigh, Wednesday, March 2nd, 1892 at 11 o'clock a. m. to fix a date and place, and issue the call for a State Convention, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before it. Members of the committee are urged to be present as this will be a very important meeting. L 50C , iiives Relief at once for Cold in 11 the Nostril it is Quickly AbsoTllA. Jraggist or by LELT BROS. Wret nTy.L Worst Form f LaGr i vis. : kv?.-s r - r Cured in 24 Honrs. r r Can Such Men be Bought? No, They are Not for Sale, ,? v Te glTe the names of t ome of SSS8' now,n men in the United 7ho.'ro!,mtaril7 gave their tes S5?.r?s ?a,:1e the of IvljMiYS ROY A T . n C T AT t m -r-r ... -r. rnn?tbem were many old chronic CS (w rom te?,to twenty years stand- Grippe Some Foolish People Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond the reach of medicine. They often say, "Oh, it wear away," but in most cases it wears them away. Could they be induced to try the successful medicine called Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would im mediately see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Price 50c and $1. Trial size free. At all druggists. Erysipelas, swollen limbs, bad sores, scales and scabs on the le have been entirely cured by P. P. P., the most wonderful blood medi cine of the day. 'DS. W e relfV the rnAn-n 4- names given below. ' " nfJn SHens2n DD. Chicago, cured of LaGnppe and Catarrh. ThZSfJ'? LoSstreet Gainesville, Ga, Dyspepsia and Insomnia. Major J i' Rankin Atlanta, La Grippe. ( Worst form.) ' . r5!JrBiSawt?OIne DD' Atlanta, n ro enty years standing.. Gen fv P M Xurner, Attorney General of Tennessee, Rheumatism. Twenty years standing. J Ex-Gov. R. Hubbard, Texas. Mother biUty DysPePftia and General Ue- G W. Armstead, Nashville, Tenn LaGripoe and Nervous Debility. Key Sam P Jones, Cartersvilie. Wife cured of Nervous Headache. Twenty years stauding. Dr J H Pearson. St Louis, Mo, Stom ach and Kidney Trouble. . E Mil all, Atlanta, Asthma. Twenty six years standing. Kev U K Wright, Chattanooga, Tenn. feon cured of Epilepsy. Six years stand ing. K R Jones, Norfolk, Va, Neuralgia and LaGnppe. BW Cheek, Norfolk, Virginia, La Grippe. Kev M C Cole, New Orleans, Rheu mau&m and Dyspepsia. Col 1 W a very, Atlanta, Kidney Troubles and Paralysis. Major Charles'W Hubner, Atlanta, Nervous Prostration. Mrs Marv A Atkinson. Atlanta, Asthixm. (Twenty-eight years stantl ing. Hq-7 A J Lawless, Winchester, Kas, Tiifla.matory Rheumatism Worst form II S Blacknall, Atlanta, LaGrippe. Worst form. Cured in 24 hours. Hon f ii Lyle, Senator 27th District, Ga. Wife cured of Neuralgia. V 13 Shepperd, Athens, Ga. Inflama tory iih euma ism. Severe case. Mrs Joa Davis, Piano, Texas, Cough and Hemorrhage Rs v A B Vanghan. Canton, Georgia, Neuralgh, and Liver Trouble. Dr O P Sr,yrk, Alexaudria.La, Asthma 5rom infancy. R v W R Gwaltney, Greensboro, N C. LaGrippe and Dyspepsia. RnmstkmS Sand.rsville, Ga. torvRheun ati K1UW mnamma- " v-,Laiiii ana xa- M I Whitman i Dyspepsia and LaGnppe. ' ' vineVF JETCnin-hflm' D D, xNash ville Ed S S Literature, LaGrippe M?nmget.Al0rriS'-AsIlle m Spinal Dr J CoUman, Liberty Kat);qq t o RLum!tl?m' ChlCag' LaGri8 nfT G W, Clark McGregor, Texas Child cur,d of Summer Comp'aint J J -cruggs, Sidon, Miss. Child cured of ..miner Complaint. UU ILUrea Hou 11 J Chamberlain, Chicago La Gnppe and and Ojspepsia John F. Gosman, Cininnati, Ohio LaGnp-eard Rheumatism ' Rev Samuel H Schvvartz, Chicago Catarrh and LaGripne "wo, Rev W H Wis, Birmingh9m, La Grippo and Rheumatism. Rev K II Rivers.D D, Louisville, Kv, Neuralgia and Debijirv " f W Wirn, Nashville, Tenn vme. Tenn, Dyspepsia and LaGrippe. Tce lamented Henry W. Grady, said of Gbicm vruEJt- 1 believe it to be the uhimaThuleof Medicines." Y e could fill this naper with names of people wro have been curf d of dis eases by t he use cf King's Royal Gr mftuek, but consider abore sufUcipnf We are Laving with u?, and all over the country, the dreadful scourge La Grippe Hundreds are beiug cured right, here at our doors in a f.w hours by taking two teaspoonfuls of (;er metuer in one-haif class of hot water every hour for six or eisjht hours. It is as pleasant to take as a giass of lemonade. For sale at 1 per bottle by ail Druggists. Manufactured by KING'S ROYAL GEttMETUER CO., al2-d&-1f Atlanta, Ga. u cr sale bv john y. Macrae, Druggist, Raleigh, N. C. New Discovery ? Accident market, ano so great has teen the demand ihTt wa 1T so? HARMLKsa AND Tvfi? ?PLE ANYCILD CAS USE IT, Lay he hair c .y vr and apply the mixture. Tnr. it" without the slightest pa?n or n n vXn PP as if bv magic like rny other prepaTn eve?n"ed 7niJUV h who have been annoyed with hnl&k jglg pr?cbc?nFi?Q " on their neck, find a by rend.rin its future grcvth Stavir g Hainns $1 per bottle, eut in enfelx S n JIIi louity. Price of Queen's Anti sealed from observation" ?eifd Sow Sr Simi a,e P1.1? cutely written plainlv. Correspondence fly wnflSentlll 4S?llh tvU addre8 honest and straiehtforwarci in everv evJrvVnrS fftiSii Ts an vert Lament is deal with us and you will find IvSrrM2 J aitconlais. We invite j on to send te-day. a ddress QUEEN CR EMIC " I rfP,Wtd- J ut thl Ohio. You can register yoifr ltitiivvL?Amice Str,eet' cinnati, best suk. Extra Laree Kortles ac .i,? , S";KA1"1' . '5 j.rtls borne New Boo1 Ox Newfocnd Riveh, By Pa?e i 00 Elsket and Other Stories, ByPae "i nn In Old Virginia, By Page.......0...;.;.".;;;;;;; J 05 Balaam and His Master, By Harris i'os rsEAV Infantry Drill Regulations.... 50 Spencer's First Steps in North Carolina History 75 Moore's North Carolina History, (10th edition.)....'.'." 85 Life, AVit and Wisdom of Spurgeon, (new). 1 so Surry of Eujle's Nest, (new edition, paper) 50 MonuN, (new edition, paper) 50 We can furnish all volumes of Supreme Court Reports that are in print, tend for list. SEND ORDERS TO ALFRED WILLIAMS CQS, We can supply all vour wants in our lino a. m. r f m, y m -1 - - - - r )M M , tb- m '" - AGENT FOR Church Furnishing Goods. Such as Pulpits, Pulpit, Chairs, Pews and Chirch Chairs. al;:o School Furnishing Goods. Such as the Perfect Automatic ScLoo D?sks. Maps and Slate Stoue Black Boards, Ktc. D. P. HASK1TT, P. O. Box Raleigh, N C. y-27-0m AUCTION SALE OF LAN'J-I'.y T--r tao of power conferul cn rnotv certa.u detdef treat cf dat?. Febi-ti 23, 1837, f cnted by II il, Herri. Uirl hhuI aeed 1, duly recorded ia lies hlrj of Wake county, m bo k No 91, wid . iYer for wlo to the highest UcMerfor Mcuday. :.Irc). 21, 1S9?, at 12 o'clock ir. tieULdin Hd! deod detcribej iuZ Matthews Township, in county aforc"i ul em,raangtwo tract; first tract adj iSnL' the - Unde of Abram He.tPr, Joiab ilor5 tract adjcicwiR the fit and tho laVdnoI ctfci-ra bd said to contain 101 acre liaieiSh,N.C.,Feb:20;S2 ! IW1M Hill 11 MMHlMlli in . "" '""luiim...ml..,,m,TPajl i ,, ,. ..,.. " It is made of the best leather produced in this country. It is a calf Shoe made seamless, best dongola tops. It is as smooth inside as a hand-sewed Shoe. It is eaual to other makes costing from 4 to $5. It is stylish, durable and comfortable to the feet The Besli: FOR GENTLEMEN. bT OO GENUINE HAND 40 n SEWED. It equals im ported French shoes costing from $8 to $12, and cannot be duplicated at this price. by1 OO HAND-SEWED al&Q-o WELT. The finest calf, stylish, comfortable and durable, and the best dress shoe in the country for the price; same grade as custom made shoes costing from $6 to $9. bQ 50 POMCE SHOE, for farmers, railroad men, &c. Best calf, seamless, smooth inside, three heavy soles with extension edge. & One pair will do for a year. hoe in the World for fthe Price, $2 50 FINE CALF. B better or more service No C IV ICl Ul" fered at this price. One trial will convince. 25 and $2.00 WORK 9a INOMAN'S Shoes. Equal those of other makes costing from $2.50 $3.oo9 and are the best in world for the nrice. to the W. L. DOUGLAS' $1.75 BRO- 05 AN. The best Brcgan for the price e?er placed on the market. Solid leather through- out, very Biroaijr mituc nuu win iiuvi jp. ' ' 53 FOR LADIES. nn HAND-SEWED SU0E, uu is made of the best . . . . . Ouuiioiu; siyiisn, GuralIo fltid oner f1ifin V.....1, imported French shoes costintr from $4.00 to $0.00. 50 BEST DONGOLA, per u feet in erery way. C 1 A A . n aucuess 11 as aiienuca our iU efforts to nr nil hp a t fl ret. class shoe at this popular price. LOW IN PRICE, bnt not in riualifr. Nf n shoe at this price has siren u better satisfaction 00. young? 7f. F0K HISSES, combines style with the hygienic n principles so necessary in u the tootireor of misses and ladies. FOR BOYS. 00 and SUSSSSSS )) n n are niaue or tne nesi maie- J LSXU 4hAnfVAn4. trtll tint X 1 1U1 V441. UUf,A4UU, ita.m uv rip, and will stand more hard usage than any other shoes sold at these prices. SFECTATi. W. r.. DOUGLAS' S3. OO CALF SHOE FOR LADIES and SI. 75 CALF SHOE FOR GIRLS have just been perfected. They are made seamlea. of selected calf, with kanearoo calf tops, and spe cially suitable for outdoor wear and wnooi inoei. .eep me zeet orya irtin out tne use ox rnDoers. " I 4f-lrVK IM A LJ I I I U I rZ.C3. I gmt thn nA of rnhWt f fl fl CTf3 r These Shoes are made and guaranteed by the manufacturer to be price-worthy goods, and all have ln Zs U U wUJ e Price and name of W L DOUGLAS stamped on bottom. Be sure you are not deceived by W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. FOB SAL-E BT HELLER BROS., BAiEIGH, N. C.