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A. invl-lv. -TV CONSUMPTION I L. 1 Bronchitis 1 Is all it will cost you to learn how you may pos itively and promptly cure Catarrh Asthma. Hay KVver, Bronchitis Ia Grippe and. Con- Frorn the same source you a perfect and pleasant rem- TUESDAY, - . . AujruPt 23, 1892. KITCHEN FOR THE SENATE. :;inipthu. .'iHV learn t'.lv for Tliilli'Pt.irvn ( Inn at.l no t. rm : ulj'l and Physical prostration. Do you want this valuable Information ? Sin1 ply buy a postal card and send y-nir ii.'.ote to the nudes-signed at either H.i.!ie!-s yivpu, and a Manual of Specific Oxyiren, giving full information to gether with te.stimouy of runny won derfnl cures, will be prompt';- mailed you. :;ipcl!l Oxygen is tm a paieut med- It an honest hoirw t: atuient. i" a the only inedicit.-d Oxycen SVpirate pciiics lor Catarrh an I'.tv I'Vver. It if prscribfi by physicians. !t is recommended by thousand. 'A'l lie lor mnnn-l at once. Address THE SPECIFIC OXYGEN CO, Nashville, Tenn. Or: r.h) Shcely HIV..:, Omaha, Neb.; 412 Imer-Oceiu Hl'd. Chicago, 111.; 34U W. Alabiir.iit bt., Atlanta, Ga.; 429 E iiroadway. LoumvIJIc. Kv. OTAJ. ;VTIIK1E DECLINES. For Private Ueaon lie Cannot Be come the Candidate for Asso ciate J ii Mice. The following appears In this weeks Pro- B'rasive farmer. To the People's Party of Noith Caro lina'. I am imformed that at vou recent State convention in Raleigh, my name was presented tor the vacancy in the office of associate justice of the Su preme court and the nomination was conferred on me by acclamation. I teel very grateful to the convention for the compliment and the honor sought to be conferred on me by my friends ot the people's party. But it is due to you, as well as myself, that I should frankly declare to you the reasons why I cannot accept your nomination and would not consent to serve even if elected: 1st. Because I feel that my name on your ticket would very seriously tend to embarrass your other candi dates in advocating some of the tenents of your party. It is well known to my immediate personel friends that I am now, and have for some years past, since the removal of my residence to Durham, been the regularly employed local counsel tor two railroad corpora tions, and it is a fact I could not deny, nor wish to deny, that at the verv A" - 1 1 1 . time wnen your delegates were as sembling in Raleigh, I was engaged in a distant State drawing legal docu- menis ana contracts to uuiiu an en tirely new railroad to develop the latent resources of a large undeveloped section and affecting at least two coun'ies in North Carolina You would hardly want to clog and handicap your other candidates to defend an avowed railroad attorney Please understand me, however, as I think my clients do, that if my rail road clients would just hint to me that because of my relation to them I would be under any 3ircumstances expected to sacrifice my liberty of independent thought and action in political affairs THE DEMOCRATIC CANVASS. The gentlemen named below will ad dress the voters of the State at the times and places named : Ella Carr and T. J. JarvU. Burgaw, August 25. Clinton, August 26. Goldsboro, August 27. T. J. JarvU. Magnolia, Duplin county, August 24. Octavlus Coke. Beaver Creek, Jones county, August 23. LaGrange, Lenoir county, August 24. Vanceboro, Craven county, August 25. "Bayboro, Pamlico county, August 27. R. B. filenn. Marion, McDowell county, August 23. Rocky Mount, Edgecombe county, Au- dent men of all classes, professions, , . ii ,i r , Enthusiastic Senatorial Convention or later stand together as a wall of ad- . i,.fi work oftkP oraii- amant between the oppressors of the vine Democratic club. people who have used political dema- special Cor. state chronicle. gogues, oice brokers and chronic office Oxford, N. C. August 22. The seekers, and office holding tricksters 17th senatorial convention met at to restrict and destroy the liberties of Mevea, Granville county, Saturday, the people, and check and retard the with every townehip represented progress and prosperity ot the farming Oranville and Terson counties compose classes of the South and the West, this district and have one senator. Af- When the farming interests in North ter the whole delegation had arrived Carolina languish, then lawyers and the delegation from each county went all others may begin to prepare to shut int a caucus. JPerson nominated W. up shop and quit business, and hence W. Kitchen, ot Koxooro. Uranvilie it is, very many of the obiects sought wanted N. B Cannady, but feeling to be accomplished by the people's bow loy1 Person had been to her can- gust 25 - - I .1.1 A A. A 1 X 1 ' I Sm . party have my hearty sympathy, how- aiaaies m ume past, anu ieenng it a Saratoga, Wilson county, August 26. ever, much the methods to gain the debt of gratitude justly due her, she Wilson, Wilson county, August 27. end may be open to unfriendly criti- did the magnanimous thing and decided Lawrence Edgecombe county Aug. 29. m Pr.l not to nominate a man. but leave Per- Tarboro, Edgecombe county at night, ... . r v,i - ; August 29. A - 1 A J A I IU IF T M l VI 1 Til A-A VI 1 V V 1 4A I MX A i fin TT T W n criticising your pianorm mat wnen an uoiiis vw,iv old farmer goes to skin a skunk, he convention was called to order by Mr. does not put on his Sunday clothes v- S. Bryant, who asked Mr. B. F. with lavender colored and delicate Hester to act as temporary chairman. tinted kid gloves of latest Parisian H- M. Shaw of Oxford, and J. W. style and manufacture. His object is Noell, of Roxboro, were called upon to skin the skrunk, and the method of t0 act as secretaries, all of whom were doing it is of only secondary considera- elected permanently. The roll of tion. The gangrene of political cor- townships was called and responded to ruption has crept into the body politic by a11- Then tte counties were called, and threatens poison to the whole sys- Granville failed to make a nomination, fem of government. I understand it and when Person was called Mr. V. S. is the obiect of the people's party to Bryant arose and in a very pretty cut the gangrene out. The question speech nominated Mr. W. W. Kitchen, presented is, which is the better way of Roxboro. The nomination was to do it? Shall we use the pen knife seconded by Capt. J. B. Hunter, f or the broad axe? The peoples party Granville in a thrilling speech. Mr. say use the broad axe; but others say Kitchen being called upon thanked his the broad axe cuts two deep and makes kind friends for the favor and trust an ugly wound. Who shall say the placed in him, and promised that his pen knife is a better instrument than voice would be heard in no uncertain the broad axe? sounds, throughout this campaign in Thanking you again for the honor the defense of the principles of the of your nomination, realizing too that democratic party. Mr. Kitchen made in this Dolitical camrjaicn. a9 never a very good speech. N. B. Cennadv beinsr called UDon gust 26 mn fo. lWHo w responded in a verv harmv. sensible Clarkton Bladen eounty, August 27, VVUIIL IVI llfLly UUll l IU;lLriVO 1VI VVyljr" A A A v ' thing, I feel constrained under all the and. forcible speech, adding a good joke circumstances to decline the nomina- which took the crowd. tion. utners were called upon who res ponded m earnest and enthusiastic 30, speeches. Ben. Thorp says he is go ing to be elected to the legislature by a large majority. Ben is a popular Macon, Warren county August 30. Henderson, Vance county August 31. Youngville, Franklin September 1. Franklin's, Wake county September 2. Thomasville, Davidson county Sept. S. Rutherford ton, Rutherford county Sep tember o. Morganton, Burke county Sept. 6. Frank I. Osborne. Roxboro, August 23. Oak Hill, Granville county, Aug. 24. Midway, Granville county, Aug. 25. Middleburg, Vance county, Aug. 26. Ridgeway, Warren county, Aug. 27. M. AV. Hansom. Monroe, August 24. Wadesboro, August 25. Rockingham, August 26. Jonesboro, August 27. Fayetteville, August 29. Gulf, Chatham county, August 30. C. OT. Cooke With Senator Ramsom at Gulf Chat ham county August 30. JolmC. Scarborough. Laurinburg, Richmond county, Au gust 24. Elizabethtown, Bladen county, Au V l If If I fl Ml oirr-n.ONOk.KH' h. AnJCI KITmloi.i. N f 1 l If I , f4 thc tiritmrnt nrcvvirr. 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We at once tmt this wonderful preparation on the market, and so great has leen the demand that we are now introducing ttthrnmrhfut the world under the name of Queen Anli-llairiiie. IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND SO SIMPLE ANY CHILD CAN USE IT. Iay the hair over and apply the mixture, fora few minutes and the hair disappears a if lv miuric without the slightest pain or injury when applied or ever afterward. It is unlike any other preparation ever used for a like pwpoe Thonxanda ot IADl KS who have leen annoyed with hair on their KACK, NKCK and ARMS attest its merits. (ihNlliKMhN who do not appreciate a lteard or hair on their neck, find a priceless Wm. A. Guthrie. Durham, N. C, Aug. 20. DAVIDSON DEMOCRATS. boon in QUEEN'S AXTI-HAIK1NK which does away with Shaving. y rendering it future growth an utter imnossibilitv. Price of Uueen's Anti Hairine 1 ner Uttle. sent in safety mailing lioxes potitaue paid by 11s (pecnrely Fealel from observation). L - A. t I - A. A. A . . 11 11 t A A . 1 1 Unck Snrintra Paldwell emintv z.on t mocey or Btauip iy leiierwun inn aooress wniien piainiy. ..orrepoii(ience Kockfepnngs, Caldwell county, Sep. 3. strictly confidential. This advertise ment is honest and Mralght forward In every Lienoir, Cataweli county, bept. 5. every word it coulains. We invite you to deal with us and yon w ill find everything AV. OT. Bobbins. as represented. Cut this out and send to-day. Address Ql'KKN CHEMICAL CO.. Kernersville Forsvth count v Aiifrnst 174 Kace Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. You can register your letter at any Postofflceto jernersviue, orsytn county, August ingure ita delivery. We will pay ri for any ce of failure or fclightet injury man ana will make us a goou repre sentative. It was a good convention, well atten- lican ass last week has been a good warning to many a deluded citizen in North Carolina. LIPPMAN BROS.. Proprietors, Druggists, Llppman's Block. SAVANNAH. GA. Holds a Fine Convention Nomina tlons OTade-lIeiidersou Endorsed. by surrender ot my manhood for money, Cor. to state Chronicle, they would vt ry soon see their mis- Lexington, N. C, August 22 ded, and everything passed off smooth- take, for I would in that event sever The democratic county convention metlly. Our nominees are men of sterling the relations of attorney and client here Saturday for the nomination of worth, strong in the faith ot the dem quick enough to make their head candidates for the Legislature and for ocratic doctrine, good, honest citizens, swim, I would, if I know myself, the county offices. The convention who will work for the good and dory rather live and die in obscurity and was the largest and most representa- of their country. Our democratic club gain my livelihood by plowing a bull tive body of men ever assembled in had a good meeting last Friday night, in a cornfield than sacrifice myself Davidson county. There was more in which important steps were taken to respect and liberty as a citizen to cast earnest unbounded enthusiasm mani- enlighten our citizens on the politics of my vote according to the dictates of fested in the democratic party here to- the day so that they not be deducted my own judgment and conscience for day than w t s ever witnessed in the and misguided by our enemies. the men of my choice and for the county before. M. H. Pinnix was The lamb's skin that was taken from measures I think best calculated to chairman of the convention. H. P. our third party showing the old repub- promote the good of my country. Watson and W. M. Sherrill secreta- 2d. I do not want the office. When ries. John C. Thomas was nomina I was beaten before thv1 people for this ted for the Legislature. C. M. Grif- same office some six years ago, I made fith, the present incumbent, for sheriff; up my mind to turn mv ambition in S. W. Finch the prenent incumbent, opens his teachers institute here to-day. another direction entirely, and I have for register of deeds; D. C. Craver for A prayer meeting for rain was held devoted whatever of energy and talent treasurer, J. W. May for surveyor; at the Methodist church yesterday af- I may possess to building up a law Dr. John A. Myers for coroner. Able ternoon. practice in a new place. I think I have and instructive speeches were made by gone far enough already in being a S. Williams, M. H. Pinnix, Capt. Cleveland and Carr Club at Sparta. - 1 1 candidate for judicial honors and office- F. C. Robbins, H. M. Phillips and J. Cor. state Chronicle. seeking generally. My ownself re- A. Leach. The third party received Sparta, N. C, August 18. A few spect demands a halt lest I acquire the its death blow here to-day. Delegates evenings since there was formed here reputation of becoming a chronic office- w ere appointed to the congressional the bparta Cleveland, Carr and Dough seeker the most contemptible of all convention at Salisbury on the 24th ton club containing lb4 members. K creatures in the estimation of all right- and to the senatorial convention at H. Gentry, Esq., was elected president thinking people under a free govern- Lexington on the 27th The dele- and A. S. Carson, Esq., secretary. ment. I would not belittle the office, gates to the former were instructed to Short, enthusiastic speeches were made however, though only a fragmentary vote for John S. Henderson for Con- by W. C. Fields, W. E. Hardin and term of it is now at stake for political stress. others. I he next meeting will be held bidding. Though a place requiring I . . " on the 26 inst. much hard labor, if the office is faith- SnpHal Por statP chronicle 18 stronger m this county than ever f.11 1 1. 1 1 I . V..r- TI.1 r.nTt ia wyt lli r J" ruiiv uiieu. now verv larirtj comuensa- x. .. tvt r- a 00 rri, uauic. a uc muu uany ia uui m n J ' C ' 1 111. FY 111 X- l. Ill' URL III. I Norwood, Stanly county, August 31. Lexington, Davidson county, Septem ber 6. Walter B. Henry. Jamcsville, Martin county, August 23. E. C. Beddlnglield. Pollocksville, Jones Co., Aug. 23. Trenton, Jones Co., Aug. 24. Saratoga, Wilson Co., Aug. 26. II. A. ud;cr. Sand Hill, September 3. Morganton, September 5. Old Fort, September 6. Mar's Hill, September 9. Big Joy, September 10. Waynesville, September 13. B. A. Doii$htoii and J. A. Barrlngcr. Lewisville, Forsyth county, August 24. Brown Summit, Guilford county, Au gust 25. A. Lcazar. Lenoir, CaldweU county, August 26. Hickory, Catawba county, August 27. High Point, Guilford county, Aug. 30. Matthews, Mecklenburg county, Au to any purchaser. Every bottle enaranteed. CpCPIAI To the ladies who introduce and "sell their friend 2T Hot lies ofQueeu's orLUlML Anti Hairine, we will preeutwitb a SILK DHKSS, ir yard test Mlk. Extra Large Bottles ana samples of silk to select from sent withorder. Good salary or commission to agents. f eb-1 7-1 y ?j;'TTSKj5. &-tt,'&&&lSf&vZp ilr. Tf n fr,i,- ,s rinoim gust 31. ' 1 Unoirnr I lam I nir,n prtntiTTT VnuT 1 Aberdeen, Moore county, Sept. 2. Cameron, Moore county, Sept. 3. Apex, Wake county, Sept. 5. Mt. Vernon Springs, Chatham county, Sept. G. Staley, Randolph county, Sept. 7. J amcs II. Pon. Enfield, Halifax county, August 24. Rocky Mt., Nash county, August 25. Falling Creek, Lenoir county, Aug. 30. Fort Farnwell, Craven county, Aug 31. Urnul, Craven county, September 1. Newbern, at night, September 2. Reelsboro, Famlico county, Sept. 3. C. B. Ay cock. HORNER MILITARY SCHOOL OXFORD, N. C. Modern buildings, hot and cold bath, gymnasium, healthful climate, Ix auti ful surroundings, numbers limited. A model home school for boys. Catalogues sent on application. jy!0-i,fcw-2in BR. HAYDOCK'S VITALIZED (IDNEY PANACEA. THE extraordinary offect of this Ilemedy, as prepared by II atiwmk, n the Kid tiers anl T7rin.rv OrfftnH ia withont a nir&llAl in the littorv of Medicine, and itn resaJta far be- vnr.rl arv of the Kidnnv romndieH of the dr. It Htimniatei CiKention. adln Tone to the Southport, liruns Wick county, August Sy8tera, Invigaratea the Debilitated, and in Infalliblo for th enre of Iih-t.-a initswor 23, at night Dockwoods Folly Bridge, Brunswick The democratic party county, August 24. Scott s llill. Pender county, Ausr. 2b. J I uououo CURE5 ALL 5KIM AND BLDOD DI5EA5E5 V. 1. 1. m uj itvi.,,. iuuuih . . mm m .pi.iiuiu wmuiD .hod. And ,rcrlb a with grrat Mtlifutlnn for th mm ot mil rrrt n4 it.gin of Primary, PyTidry nd TtriUry Poi.kton: N. C. Aurrust 22 The tion given for it either; the occupant teachers' institute, conducted in Anson in this county suoject to very mucn censure ana criu- county by Prof. Alderman, August cism at times(and sometimes not deserv- i520, was a gratifying success. The ed too) it can never become an office attendance from the beginning was of small importance or destitute of nnri 0mo;0iw nn Fridav th dav nf high dignity and honor. The office is the PUDlic lecture. Lons before the worthy of the high aspiration of every bour the crowd beran to 2ather in the ambitioua lawyer however much good court room and by the time the speak. mpn rlpn nrp the. Tact tliflt unrter our j .1 l.if 1 I 1 er appeareu 011 me piatioriu me uouse vn t,ff.,- a uf;,rQ ;ri;; r . . . . r.. . shall know hereafter. wuDumiiuu j j wag fiile(1 almost to its utmost capaci- system, u is Becoming irom year 10 ty with an intelligent and appreciative year more and more the lucky hit of a audience. Numbers could find no political scramble rather than the re- seatg and so gtoo(j in tne crowded hall ward of merit. In this particular for an hour and a half perfectly charm- campaign the nominee of the people's ed with the eloquence and pathos of party will, I think, stand at least an the 8peaker. The address was sublime even chance with the nominee of any in thought and beautiful and eloquent in expression. In ITIeiiioriaiii. Special Cor. State Chronicle. Entered into rest August 19, 1892, at the home of its parents in Littleton, N. C, Henry Litchford Bobbitt, aged three years and seven months. "What I do thou knowest not now, but thou -John 13, 7. curat, eiindular Swelling,, Rhunillim 1,1 I i I other party and I believe a better one. He will at least have more votes to begin his campaign with than the Governor s appointed has, since only one vote may appoint, but it requires many thousand votes to elect before the people. 'urofulout O loan ana Cttonlo L'tmn tht I my rutittd U tretmii, Usttntl, P. F.F.I CURES 100D P0I501I rsut Ulte4a KcaKfiiH.. Cbroiilc i-emal Compluau. M- rcjaon, i ttur. am nuaa, etc.. tc. r. r. i rtowArrul Vnlr. nnrl nn urmllant arrwitlliW. LiUJUiS?) SlfiuOAniAy purpse to slap in the face . b0(?y yiillu. B,kiliv10 LL.utum. Lrou L M..,. of man who have done as you aid, in tendering your confidence in naming me as your choice for so high and lm portant an office, and one clothed with to much dignity, honor and power; but remember I have no particular claim on that or any other office The offices belong to the people and are the mere agencies of government established to give effect to the will of the people as embodied in the laws wlrch the people (hrough their servants i mi and representatives have maae. ine tim has come in this conntry when the theory o our system of govern ment. must be nut in nractice and all officers mus' realize that soverignty re sides in the people. And no man who thinks at all on the public affairs can to see that political power is drifting out of and away from the hands of the people, and cont rating in the hands of a few. A reformation must be naa, in order to pn serve liberty.lt is not a false clamor we hear on every side coming up as a wad of distress from the great agricultural classes of the South aud o ... LIPPMAW Tmrw ti.,. the West. It is a cry too, that sooner PIUppnjw.'gBloci, BAVAIlASjQA. or later wil1 be beard and the indePen" Iiast Be-unoln North Carolina (irays. Cor. State Chronicle. Williams Mills, N. C, August 22. The last re-union of North Caro lina Grays, Co. 1, 6th N. C. Regiment ) CD O CJ O Hull, if ub Lli. ml.li, f.i.t.tku. 1.1'Um whuu yitamt tr, polionad nd whoa blood la In n Infir. e'tiifltlnn. dr. to tnn,rnl trr(pilr1Haa, mrm 1 f) t URs To Ifo MALARIA claaiiilin P'opertlet of P. P. P., Prickly Alb, Po Root ',,t ,,,1,,,,, I m t 11 . aT 1 1 T 3d. In conblusion I would not wish WU1 De . M , rr urnam to be misunderstood in declining your 1 . mu-j, nomination. It is very far from my . The morning will be devoted to the re-presemauou oi me coior nu re sponse; the historic addresses on the regiment by Maj. R. W. York and calling the roll for the last time on earth. The evening will be devoted to shurt addresses by invited veterans. There will be a basket pic-nic and a table spread for the. veterans, and all the veterans are invited to share wih the North Carolina Grays and the citizens. , The Dedication of Trinity College. Cor. to the State Chronicle. Durham, N. C, August 22. The fall term of Trinity College will begin at Durham in the new building Sep tember 1, but the dedication has been postponed until Oc ober 5th or 12th. Bishop Galloway will preach the dedi catory sermon and the city will give a day to the occasion. Simmons Liver Regulator has nevci been known to fail to cure dyspepsia. For a sluggish and torpid liver, noth iuk can surpass Avers rills. They con tain no calomel, nor any mineral drug. but are composed or the active princi ples of the best vegetable cathartics, and their use always results in marked bene fit to the patient, "The dear Master came one day My gem to take, "lean not let it go," I cried; My heart would break." "Nay, but the Master comes for it To baar above, To deck his royal diadem He comes in love." "But, Master, it is my treasure, My jewel rare. I'll safely guard and keep it pure, And very fair." "If thou keepest my gems" he said, It may be lost, Yes, Master, thou may'st keep my own For it is thine, Safe in the house not made with hands, 'Tis thine and mine. S. Jacksonville, Onslow county, August 27. Morton s, Onslow county, August 29. Maycsvillc, Jones county, August 30. Farmville, Pitt county, September 1. Pactolus, Pitt county, September 2. Keelsville, Fitt county, September 3. It. A. Dough ton. Rolesviile, Wake county, August 20. Holly Springs, Wake county, Aug. 27. E.C.Heddlnsficld and B.A.Doushton. Franklinton, Franklin county, Aug. 29. Shocco Springs, Warren county, Aug ust 30. Castalia, Nash county, August 31. Spring Hope, Nash county Sept. 1. Nashville, Nash county, September 2. Lanes School House, Green county, September 3. O. AV. Sanderlln. With Carr and Jarvis at their appoint ment at Goldsboro, August 27. With Doughton and Beddingfield, at Lane's School House, Edgecombe coun ty, September 8. B. A. Dongliton aud ti. AV. Sanderlln. Lizzie, Greene county, September 10. F. M. Simmons, Chm'n. R. II. Cowan, Sec'y. form. One trial, of ateaspoonfal in a wine Klmf water, will connnco the me at rkeptic within from ten to twenty minotc-H. HAYDOCK'S KIDNKY TAXACKA will Kivealmcet irnindiate relief when all other means have failed. It is the moat powerful exintiuj; medicine for tie core of Female Complaints. Filtyyears' experience inconte-tably prove this Htmedy unrivaled for the Dis orders incidental to the female hox. No family tdionld b withont it, and it may be taken by young or old, as it will restore health wheaevery otUir :a-ans proves ntiencoeeeful. HAYDOCK'S KIDNEY PANACEA is the nwt wonderful dscovery known, and an Infallible Core for Calcnln. Dropf:cal Swelling, Irritation of the liladder. Urick Dnst or Gravel Deposits, Non-Retention or lD-oiiticcDoeo! the Urine, Weak Nenes, Horrors. Dimness of Vision, Excesses, Eruptions on the Face, Pains in the Back, l.ss of Memory. HAYDOCK'S KIDNEY PANACEA is pleasant to take, and harmlees as milk It should be used about an hour beiore mealf , and no oth-r nidincine most be taktn when using the KIDNEY PANACEA. I do not know the Meet of other prtriptione, but of the one I make and advise tho use, I am confld-n of its ucm-. Haftty and EfTieary are thoroughly united in the VITALIZED KIDNEY PANACEA. One trial only is re quired to demourttato its great and extraordinary efficacy. It is partimlarlv licrjeficial to the Female Sex. From the age of forty-five to fifty, woman has arrived at a critical peoriod of her exis tence, the stream of death flows before her. across it is a bridge called the "tnrn of lite,'' be yond it is a delightful garden. The path is beset with da&gf-r, and guarded by the firc dragons of disease, Drcpsy, Erysipelas, Hysteria, Nervom-ncss and other disorders too uz merons to menticn; but armed and prepared by the K1DN EY PAN ACEA, cits will pass with security into those bcantitnl ngions of health, and erjoy hen-elf till the snn ot life eebi in the serene evening cf old age. Negligence at thisrf-as n if productive ef the mod f right fol connequence, and death itself would be far trtferaMo to such a mock ry of life. The . tr OH8n s, Flushed and Fainting Fits, the general prostration J the sjrUm rjiy all Le pre vented by a time.y recourse to the Incomparable lictnedy. Price, One Dollar Per Bottle. Perfectly sure, perfectly pure, per fectly harmless is Simmons Liver Regu lator. THE HAYDOCK EXPORT CO iill Fulton Street. 1 v05 3- IDE M nufacturedonlybV( '.WHITLOCKrRICHHONDVA "The Sales of 4 Old Virginia' Cheroots "THE 3DREAM SYSTEM OF THE HUMAN ORGANISM," A Lecture on the Kidnevs, by DR. JOS. HAYDOCK, Sent to any Address iidciii A judication b Postal Card. Author of Trichin of the Muscles; Ch'onic Atrophv f iLt l.i rand KtLdted Dietaes, j 25-eod-ly r.tc , Ltc., 1. c. Have reached 200,000 A DAY, and are CON STANTLY INCREAS ING. They are made of Carefully Selected Leaf, and smoke Sweet to the End. FIVE for TEN CENTS." 26 fflllSl SPECIAL RUN No. 19. GREATEST VALIE OX EAUTir. Tyler's Famous Antique Oak Roll t'nr tula Defck. complete, aea: cll clrcalatraw No. 4004,3 ft. 6 in. long, net S16.00 No. 4009. 4 ft, 6 in. $21 OO No. 4010,5ft.lonp, - - S23.00 Also see new ISO pace catalORue for 1802. Creat cut of about 40 per cent from former bat. BOOKS FREE, postage lOc. Lbippfd from Et. Lonis, So., or Indianapolia, Ir.d. HAN K C'OL'XTKRS A SPt-C I AI.TV. We refer to every Bank In Thirty States. TYLER DESK CO.. St. Louis. Mo. eo d-tf NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGi: OF riKtes ui Muiinl tifls, Will bejiu Its fourth f-esi-iou Septemfr 2, l'.f. i ounty iiperimeiideiiLs of Kdu cation will examine apphcaLtd for admia-bion. Total ccst t'f i-r vear. Adlres3 ALF.XAXDKK Q. HOLLA DAY, President. jy-2rn Haleigh. X. C. POKINE CURES RHEUMATISM.