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i A remedy which. If uied by Wives about to x perience tho painful ordeal attendant upon Child-birth, proves an Infallible speci fic ior,andolmats tha torture of con fluameut, listening the dangers thereof to both mother and child, old by all ilmrrlsta. Kentby eiprwaa on recoijit of price, ?l f" Ir bottle, caargoa pre paid. laULATOB CO., Atlanta. GA IT A' - piLUs E r Reliable ; eilfctnHl. Remedy. The ouly Safe, guar- xnlvation. Price $1. free. UK toe jlatje (Klxramck SATURDAY, Oct. 1, 1892 ID'S denied; advice !, Rortoa, Mass. S20. SI" ft Send for Catalogue. jffl BATES DESK CO., ang27-tf NT l-t ail it will cost yon to Of learn how yon ma pos 1 ltively and promptly T cuveCaiarrh. Asthma I Hay Fever, Rrocchitii V La Grippe and C-u Gripp 1. 31 the same source yon r erfert and pleiswru reca ption, Constipation, and tilcal prostration. khia valuable information t ' a poHtnl card and send ) the undersigned at either y. and a Manual of Specific jSr full information to v texilmony of many won , will be promptfj mailed ygen Is not a patent med- st home treatment, r medicated Oxyeen. 'pecitics for Catarrh an North Carolina Campaign Fund. Baltimore, Sept. 20, 1892. Hon F. M. Simmons, Chairman State Democratic Executive dmmittee, Ral eigh, N. C. Dear Sik: The undersigned mem bers of thn executive committee, ap pointed by a meeting of" North Caro lina salesmen and resident North Car olinians, held at the Carrolltoa Hotel, in this city, to solicit subscriptions to a fund to be used to maintain white supremacy in North Carolina, are gratified to inform you that they have received from the above sources and from the contributions of the patriotic business men of Baltimore, the several amounts specified on the list appended. In forwarding check for $1,236 49 to cover auregate amount, we beg lo ex press the hope that the people of our dear State, mindful of her glorious record in peace and war, will rally around the banner of democracy to shield her and save her from the com bination of radicalism and Weaverism which threatens to destroy not only good government, but peace and pros perky within her borders. We remain, respectfully, Thos. C. Pugh, Chairman, J no. R. Morris, Jo. A. Solomon, Geo. L. Pender, M. J. Nolley, "Wilson C. Lamb, Executive Committee. R. V. Lanier, with Hurst. Pur- I louse, Hempstone & Co 20 00 Howard House 5 00 Henry S. Kins & Sons 5 00 Lawrence Gould & Co 15 00 Kdward Jenkins & Sous 10 00 Pearre Bros. & Co 15 00 Stevenson. Alexander & Co 10 00 Giles W. Quarles & Co 5 00 Clark & Jones 500 Henry Sonneborn & Co 10 00 Mullin, Bean & Witz 10 00 Moses Cohen !fe Sons 10 (X) Buckman Fruit Co 5 00 Newbold & Son 5 00 D. J. Foley & Co 5 00 Cash 1 00 A Widow's Mite 1 00 Oppemheimer & Co 10 00 ur. i. iiony omun Columbus Knight Republican Moses Cohen & Sons Dr. L. McLane Tiffany Bartlett Johnston Meyer, Pitts & Co. ... Jas. V. Ramsay, of Wm. A. Tottle & Co Frank & Adler N. Frank & Sons Heller & Katzeinstein Carrollton Hotel T. C. Pugh & Co Spraggins, Buck & Co M. Friedman & Sons Strauss Bros R. B. Porter & Sons Blake, Dowell & Helm 5 00 10 00 01 10 00 5 00 10 00 20 00 10 00 15 00 10 00 5 00 10 00 25 00 500 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 $1,269 51 Campaign literature sent to North Carolina $ 30 00 Stamps . 25 Typewriting 2 25 Alteration to meeting-room 25 $ 33 02 Certified check to F.Td. Sim mons, Chairman, Raleigh, C $1,236 49 N. Or:f. 1 hy physicians. aended by thousands. ia nd at once. Address SPECIFIC OXYGEN CO, Nashville, Tenn. t M'dg, Omaha, Neb.; 412 ' - . . 1 1 1 11 t - Til. Oily jsi ok, unicagu, iu.; ov E 10 00 25 00 10 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 ' St., Atlanta, ia.; ulsville. Kv. 429 I YOUaSELFlV Aik o;ir DrnffHt tor ' fceltie ( Big 1 he only wervyeii9nu rem ear forl J C aarl 4!ikrft an j f -tdlaeaifief menandtha ! I - J latint Mkn peculiar I v mn. It cure la a few 1 (mi' , without the aid r Vl Iclty o( a aoctor. I Vyiwrj Ammetin Cure. Jan 11 fact ured by I 1 i Erjr.i Chmioal Co. pi 1 1 111 AN BROS., Proprleor, Jpman' Block, SAVANNAH. GA, v 5 1 1 1: . IS ALL 5KIN ! AND BP D15EA5E5 T... L. 1. a I. Vi .... Li-.1..' - k, 1. a. mm m uioritii'i ipu ai uu. wiih (r tttif--tion ft th arti f all IVrtltrr sr. do li ut tv r. RtitumMUm. M!rl. nil U trotmcn, Cttirrti, II n - cures I jr, Biood PdisohI ''. .... ..!.. 1.., ,,,, Ctv.TTTuT'Mlr?1 Ilrr.t !,III.J,. ..,;... Mt CURES Al ARIA , 1 j , M, 1 iim 1 mm 1 "' ' mint tnfl- . If. I'., Prickly Atk, Sckt Root G eeil-icu- ITISAH isqs., proprletori, Lli.piaau'a Ulgck, EAVAHSiB, nell & Co $ John R. Morris, with Matthai, Ingram & Co A. T. Uzzle, with M. & H. Laucheimer & Sons John Harvey, with W. O. F. Day, Son & Co F. Y. Ramsey, with H. P. Chan dler & Co W. C. Lindsay, with Hurst, Pur- nell & Co D. McCauley, with Visiting Mer chant J. A. Solomons, Ambach, Bur- gunder & Co D. J. Aaron, with Witz, Bied- ler & Co W. II. Smaw E. Hancock, with Central Har ness Co Frnk Adams, with Chas. W. L rd it t. 0 W. H. Kerr, with Thistle Mills. S. F. Patterson. Sun t Thistle Mills B. W. Fisher, with Skinner & Stewart B. C. Pearce, with Young, Creighton & Diggs J. A. Cahoon, with Pearre, Bros W. C. Sauuders, with Lerch, Bros J. W. Price, with Findlay, Rob erts & Co W. J. Harper, with Findlav, Roberts & Co W. R. Ball, with Frank & Adler, McWillis, with Frank & Adler, North Carolina V. F. Trower, with Hornthal & Deiches G, A. Guilford, with Boykin, Carmer it Co II. M. Lanier, with F. M. Baker fc Co J. F. Wilkins, with Moses Co hen & Sons Thos. Fagan, with Hurst, Pur- nell it Co Thos. (rooch, with S. Brafman it Sons E. Heickheimer, with Stiouse Bros II. W. Shaw, with Devoe Paint Co P. P. Yates, with Newbold & Son Thos. Copeland, with G. W. Quarles it Co H. E. Jones, with L. Grief & Co. J. Goodman, with Strouse, Loeb it Co E. R. Harrell, with E. Walters Sons H. J. Nollev, with Hodges Bros 1). M. Jones, with Gilbert Bros. Sherwood Iliggs, with Hurst, Purnell it Co Walter Lindsay, with Carroll, Adams it Co Duncan C. Syme, with Wil- loughby it Wilson Daisy Chamberlain, with Wil- lough it Wilson Charles (jersmann, with Myer, Reinhardt it Co J. I. Pridgeon, with Tirrel, Church & Co., Boston.. Walter Norment, with Johnson, Ohmohundro & Co W. H. C. Belt, with Daniel Mil ler & Co Geo. L. Pender, with Hodges Bros A. A. Johnson, of Johnson, Ohmohundro & Co Geo. Forbes, with O. F. Days Co Armstrong. Cator & Co 50 00 A. W. Woodall & Co w Boy kin. Carmer & Co 20 00 T. A. Davis & Co 5 00 Wm. L. Elliott Cash 5 00 Cash 20 00 Hurst, Purnell & Co 50 00 Baltimore J. McDonald Cash Ambach. Burgunder & Co Hornthal & Deiches S. B. Medairy Matthai, Ingram & Co Bay & lleimes Findlay, Roberts & Co S. Low man it Co Gann Bros. Daniel Miller it Co F. M. Baker & Co Maas it Kemper Lerch Bios N. Rohr Wright, R B"nburg it Co R. Walters Sons - - Klhart, Joyner & Co F. Cah 11 Cish Win. A. Tottle it U lliiry Iveidel ... Traul man, Hecht it Co. Hedges Bros. . Clias. W. Lord & Co.. Mandelliamii t Frank R M. Sutton t Co Stor.eburner & Richards S. Preiss & Sons W. II. Hennegan Tregella.. Hertel & Co M. II. Laucheimer & Co E. A. Prior & Co Myer, Reinhardt & Co Witz, Beidler & Co Young, Creighton it Diggs ... I. Whitehill & Sons GAt Eutaw House THE DEMOCRATIC CANVASS. The gentlemen named below will ad dress the voters of the State at the times and places named : 91. IV. ICansom. Taylor's Bridge, Sampson county.Oct. la Clinton, Sampson county, at night, Oct. 1. Burgaw, Pender caunty, Oct. 3. Southport, Brunswick county, Oct. 4. Catherine's Lake, Onslow county, Oct. 5. Whiteville, October 6. Elizabethton, Bladen county, Oct. ?. Lumberton, Robeson county, Oct. 8. Carthage, Moore county, Oct. 10. Gastonia, Gasi a county, Oct 11. Shelby, Cleveland county, Oct 12. Morganton, Burke county, Oct 13. Marion, McDowell county, Oct 14. Spruce Pine, Mitchell county, Oct 15. Burnsville, Yancey, county, Oct 17. Ivy, (McElroy's mills), Madison coun ty, Oct 18. Waynesville, Haywood county, Oct 19. Webster, Jackson county, Oct 20. Bryson City, Swain county, Oct 21. Murphy, Cherokee county, Oct 22. Asheville, (at night), Oct 24. Lincolnton, October 27. Newton. October 28. Statesville, October 29. Taylor8ville, October 51. Charlotte. November 1. Wilson, November 3. Williamston, Martin county, Novem ber 4. Hertford, Perquimans county, Novem ber 5. Octavius Coke. Lennox Castle, Rockingham county, Oct. 1. Stoneville, Rockingham county, Octo ber a. Mitchell's Store, Stokes county, Oct. 4, Wilson's Mill, Oct 5. 3. C. Scarborough. Iron Works, Rockingham county. Octl. New Bethel X Roads, Rockingham Republicans Fuse With Third Party. Cor. to State Clironlole. Burlington, N. C, Sept. 30. The republicans of Alamance county will not put out a ticket this year, but will vote for the peoples' party candi- COUntv Oct 3 dates. The democrats, however, feel Roe.kv Hnrincrs. Rnrkinfrham rrmnt.v - 1 -- r o o j confident 01 defeating this scheme to Oct 4, W. IV. Robbing. Kinston, Lenoir county, Oct. 1. Smithfield, Johnston county, Oct. 3. Fayettevllle, Cumberland county, Oc tober 4. Sanford, Moore county, Oct. 5. Hollingsworth, Montgomery county. Oct. 6. Hamlet, Richmond county, Oct. 7. Wadesboro, Anson county, Oct. 8. McKeethan's Store, Brunswick coun ty, Oct. 11. Fowler's Point, New Hanover county. Oct. 12. Seven Mile Post, New Hanover coun ty, Oct 13. Wilson, Wilson county, Oct. 26. Hon. Hoke Smith, of Atlanta, Ga.. will speak at Lincoln ton, N. C, Tuesday, October 4th. P. M. Simmok8, Chm'n. R. H. Cow an, Sec'y. DR. HAYDOCK'S VITALIZED KIDNEY pftNftKA. BABY CARRIAGES. $ 5.85 Look at $ 6.85 these prices $ 8.10 and do not $ 9.75 $12.60 $14.60 $15.60 $18.10 forget to call and look at this line of fresh new Baby Carriages. Every one marked at cost with freight added. We offer these goods at cost so as to clear our floor for another line of goods. Now is the time for X BARGAIN. THE extrord nary offect of thia Bomedy, as prepared by Haidock, npon the Kidneys and Urinary Orgaaa ia without a parallel in the hijlory of Medicine, and ix results far be yondauyofthe Kidney remedies of the dy. It etimulates Di.etion, dia Tone to the System, Invigtrates the Debilitated, and ia Infallible for the cr.re of Dibtce in its wore form. One trial, of a teaapoonfal in wine glaea of water, will convince the meet ekeptica within from ten to twenty minute. HAYDOCK'S KIDNEY PANACEA will give almr at immediate re'ief when all A1 . - ower means nve iauea. It is the most powerful existing medicine for it e cure of Female Complaints. Fifty years' experience inconteetably prove thia H-medy unrivaled for tte IMa ordera incidental to the female eex. No family ahould be without it, and it may be taken 1-v young or old, aa it will restore health whenevery othr nieana proves unsuccessful. HAYDOCK'S KIDNEY PANACEA ia the most wonderful d ecovery known, and an Infallible Cure for Calculus, Dropsical Nwellini:. Irritation of the Madder, Brick Dust or Gravel Deposits, Non-Retention or lncontitence ot the Crine, Weak Neries. Horrors. Dlmneea of Vision, Excesses, Eruptions on the Face, Pains in the Fack, Li sa of Memory. HAYDOCK'S KIDNEY PANACEA is pleasant to take, and harmless as milk It should be used about an hour beiore meals, and no other medicicine muft be taktn bi n using the KIDNEY PANACEA. I do not know the effect tf other pre HCTirtirn. tut tt the one I make and adviee the use, I am confident of its sncce-s Hafty aud Efficacy are thoroughly united in the VITALIZED KIDNEY PANACEA. Onetiial crdynre. quired to demonstate its great and extraordinary efficacy. It is particularly beneficial to the Female Sex, From the ago of forty-five to fifty, woman his arrived at a critical peonod of hor exis tence, the stream of death flows before her, across it is a 1 ridge called the "turn ot iile," be yond it is a delightful garden. The path is beeet with dangf r, at:d guarded by the fl. rce dragons of disease. Dropsy, Erysipelas, Uvftena, Ni-rvousne- and other nitcrdt-re too nt morous to mention; tut armed and prepared by the Kl DN K Y PA N ACE A, e will as with security into those beautiful regions of health, and enjoy herself till the tun ot life i-et in the serene evening cf old age. Negligence at thisseaarn is productive of the nioM frightful oonsequenoe, and death itself would be far preferable to such a mcckery of life 1 lie y r vousncss, Flushed and Fainting Fits, the general prostration of the sjstni vt y all be re vented by a timely recourse to the Incomparable liemedy. Price, One Dollar Per Bottle. THE HAYDOCK EXPORT CO., iui Fulton Street. 5 00 5 00 2 00 10 00 10 00 5 00 5 00 s 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 '5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 10 00 5 00 wrench the county oices from them. The Alamance county fair begins here on Tuesday, the 11th day of Oc tober, and will continue three days. Cards are out announcing the jnar- riage of Dr. W. E. Fitch a prominent hysician and Miss Minnie Crump, at the residence of the bride's parents in Jerusalem, N.C., on the 5th Oct. Many new buildings are being erect- J 1 1 r eu nere anu an air 01 prosperity pre vails throughout the town. J The Third Party Weak. Special Cor. State Chronicle. Clayton, N. C, Sept. 30,A. D. Jones and Josephus Daniels spoke to a large crowd at Aarcher Lodge to-day. I here is only one third party man now in this neighborhood and he is weaken ing. They go to Four Oaks to-morrow to meet Stroud and Green. A million Friends. A friend in need is a friend indeed, and not less than one million people have found just such a friend in Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, coughs and colds. If you have never used this great cough medicine, one trial will con vince you that it has wonderful curative powers in all diseases of throat, chest and luntrs. Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that it claimed or money will be refunded. Trial bottles free at John Y. MacRae'8 drug store. Large bottles 50c. and 1.00. My wife cured of malaria by Simmons Liver Regulator. J. N. Thompson, pas tor M. E. church. Leigh. Neb. . Ayer's Hair Vigor promotes the growth and improves the beauty of the hair. This preparation stimulates the roots of the hair, cleanses the scalp, prevents the accumulation of dandruff, and restores to faded and gray hair its original color. Cancerous sore on face, years of skin trouble, glandular swelling, sufferer ren ders thanks to P. P. P. for its great cures. Don't almost kill yourself by violent purgatives. Take Simmons Liver Regu lator, a mild laxative. Agents Wanted. Male and female, old and young, $5 to $25 per day easily made, sell ing our Queen Plating Outfits, and doing Gold, Silver, Nickel, Copper and Brass Plating, that is warranted to wear for years, on every class of Metal, Tableware, Jewelry, &c. Light and easily handled, no experience re quired to operate them. Can be car ried by hand with ease from house to house, same as a grip sack or satchel. Agents are making money rapidly. They sell to almost every business house and family, and workshop. Cheap, durable, simple and within reach of every one. Plates almost in stantly, equal to the finest new work. Send for circulars, &c. Queen City Silver & Nickel Plating Co., East St. Louis, 111. my!9-d&wly. o uv; 2 00 5 00 UMMMttmtT iooos I yy 1000 Tii f Y,n Powellsville, Bertie county, Oct 12. Roxabel, Bertie county, Oct 13. Elian Carr and F. I. Osborne. Columbus, Polk county, October 1. C. It. Aycock. Cypress Creek, Bladen county, Satur day, October 1. Bogue, Columbus county, Monday, October 3. Lumberton, Robeson county, Tuesday, October 4. Abbottsburg, Bladen county, Wednes day, October 5. Maxton, Robeson county, Thursday, October 6. Plain View, Robeson county, Friday October 7. Williamson's, Richmond county, Satur day, October 8. Klia Carr and T. J. Jarvig. Wilson, Wilson county, Wednesday, October 5. Aulander, Bertie county, Thursday, October 6. Winton, Hertford county, Friday, Oc tober 7. Gatesville, Gates county, Saturday, October 8. Columbia, Tyrrell county, Tuesday, October 11. Gum Neck, Tyrrell county, Wednes day. October 12. Fairfield, Hyde county, Friday, Octo ber 14. Swan Quarter, Hyde county, Saturday, October 15. Edwards Mill, Beaufort county, Mon day, October 17. Bayboro, Pamlico county, Tuesday, October 18 Street's Ferry, Craven county, Wedncs day, October 19, Trenton, Jones county, Ihursday, Oc tober 20 Richland, Onslow county, Friday, Oc tober 21. Hallsville, Duplin county, Saturday, October 22 It. II. It 11 nn. Henderson, October 4. R. A. Houghton. Boone, Watauga county, Oct. 1. Patterson's Springs, Cleveland county. Oct. 4 Lattimore's, Cleveland county. Oot. 5 Catiwba Station, Catawba county, Oct. 7. Taylorsville, Alexander county, Oct.8. Moravian Falls, Wilkes county, Oct. 10. Jonesville, Yadkin county, Oct. 11. Pilot Mountain, Surry couuty, Oot. 12. Mt Airy, (at night), Oct 12 Francisco, Stokes county, Oct. 13. Thomas 71. Holt. Salem Church, Alamance county, Sat. urday, October 1. Fayetteville, Wednesday, Oct. 5. Greensboro, Thursday, Oct. 6. Lexington, Friday, Oct. 7. Salisbury, Saturday, Oct. 8. Asheville, Tuesday, Oct. 11, Morganton, Wednesday, Oct. 12. Alfred moore Waddell. Troy, Montgomery county, Oct 3. Lilesville, Anson county, Oct 4. Laurinburg, Richmond county, Oct 5. Maxton, Robeson county, Oct 6. Clarkton, Bladen county, Oct 7. Cerro Gordo, Columbus county, Oct 8. Harrell's Store, Sampson county, Oct 10. Wallace, Duplin county, Oct 11. Faison, Duplin county, Oct 12. Burgaw, Pender county, Oct 13. "THE DREAM SYSTEM OF THE HUMAN ORGANISM," A Lecture on the Kidneys, by DR. JOS. HAYDOCK, ThflS. H BliggS & SOnS 8e,,toa,,y Address upon Application liy Postal Card. BALEIGH. N. C. NEW HERRINGS. , FERRALL & CO., Author of Trichina of the Muscles; Chronio Atrophy of the Liver and Kindred Diseasoc, t25-eod-ly Etc. Etc.. Etc 'ZVZ FAYETTEVILLE ST. -STEX Chichester-8 Bnqush. Red Cross TJ Diamond Brahd ". a Ml nr miftimi mn amumr n. ul. ..i l.u. mi i -i. L4lea. uk DnutrtM IWr ChUhttmr mUtt IHmmond Mrmnd tm H4 mat VU bmaiim tola awlad vita ! rlbboa. Take m Mker kla4. litai Subuttuiumt mmA Ni.h.m. All pill ia sAMirt box, pink wrapper. arc 4snjrrrou Mantorfrlta. AI lirawiiu.M4 M 4- la tmr wtuaiwa, raanoniaia, nd "Krllf-f Tmr l-adlra." m Irtirr. s, rrtara Matt. l,t09 TanlawaUl. Nam4 Pmpt. CNICHtSTC ChCMiOI Co., ill..ii1a.r oM r alt Laeal Dracsteta. 1'HlLAllKLeuiA. i'A. We are receiving regular packing North Carolina Roe and Cut HerriDs direct from t he fisheries, and can make low prices. jy ld-e o d &4;w-ly. KESWICK. ALBEMARLE CO.VaTSCHOOL. Location Id the country, near tTnlv. ot Va., healthful an4 brauiiluL uri.uaa an! ri-tiu.1 anria Influnca. IUt. rr f.an-4 for Vniverniy, IT. S. Military anl Naral Aeademlea or traitiieM. Hperlal attrnli-.n to barkward fommg mra. Nun.l--t ..f co liniiuii thM each may he ladlvtdaally rared far. Ttlni.tilal. ot k im.rai and i-ial vtaii iinc r.ioln.1 r. ,!,, AddrfM J. M. PAtiE, M. A., Fh. II, Sfi. l'rtaelaal, ar T. W. PAVE, A. J mm. Priadpal, Ollll M. A. Jy 31-eod-6w A very choice lot Va. Hams. 2,000 lbs fine N. C. Hams. Ferris' Pig Hams, Smoked Beef and Tongues, Orange Brand Small Hams, Harvey's Fine Breakfast Bacon, The Celebrated Magnolia Hams and Magnolia Shoulders. '. Fine New Crop Ciba Molasses! Direct from the Importers. Prices low and prompt de livery of goods to all parts of the city. TELEPHONE 88 10,000 COPIES OF THE NORTH CAROLINA SPELLING-BOOK Will be Sold this Season- BECAUSE It lias received the highest possible endorsement of the leading teachers ot the State. -E Price 20 Cents a Copy by Mail Postpaid E- XIiiberal discount to Teachers and Pea!eriCI PUBLISHED HY ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., RALEIGH N. C. D. T. Johnson Seaboard Air-Line Railroad (AGENT. Wholesale Pt-aler !n Chickens, KggH, IN Order to Keep Up Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, Cabbage, Between Atlanta, Athenn, Charlotte, Hamlet, Favtttevilie. rtaleighand I'ortH month. Klchmond, Washington, Balti more, Philadelphia and Nt-w ork. No. HH. j .InnfM, Kti. No. 41. liulter, Peanuts, WANTED: With the Times. Dailv shipments of ciiick- T HAVE BEEN AT CONSIDERABLE eilS and EggS. I A-rT-.iri on y tDirlnrr rlrkXxrTi rrttt rl I VinilH- I QUICK SALES. BEST PRICES AND dry, etc ; also have added new machinery. PROMPT RETURNS. I am prepared to do all Kind or New River Mullets, 7 10 p rn Lv y ,o p ia 5 10 a m 4 30 a m b 7 40 a m H i!7 a m 11 25 am 10 35 a m 12 "; n in d 2 45 pm Ar 3 p m i,v Atlanta Athens Monroe Charlotte Hamlet Fayetteville Raleigh Durham Hendrt-t 11 eldon Weldou Ar . :vi a m .V a m 10 10 p m 11 ) p in 8 h or, p ui 7 p in 4 00 p rn 4 30 p in 2 Is p m Lv lirnipin Ar dl2t " Oasting- and Machine Work, A big consignment now on hand. 55flpm Ar Portsmouth Lv ' ft(N) n m Lv (Bay Line) Ar 7)pm Ar Old Point Lv 7104m Baltimore 10 47 h m Phila P. R. R. 1 2 p m Ar New ork Lv ' piow8,Etc.Etc. sPftijl Prices to the Trade I fin atnA a. AM haarHAl I Q J. H. GILL, ! :jr, a m 7 00 a ni 7ipin 4 41 p III 2 10 p in 10 a ni Jacksonville, Onjlow county, Oct 14. Founder. Machinist and Manufacturer of all kinds of Agricultural Imple ments. Call and see me at my old etand corner McDowell and Davie streets. On one to ten barrel lots. CABBAGE RECEIVED DAILY. Always in Store : A large and well selected ptock of staple and fancy i CO n m Lv Portsmouth Ar N. Y. P & N. 7 K p m Ar Old Point Lv 7 30 a in 5 20am PhilaPRR llltpra 8mam Nw York 00 y m 315pm Lv Weldon A C L Ar dl2 10 p m s o 2H p m Ar Richmond lv b ' 1 a ui 1110 pm WaMi'ton 1'KK 4 1Uhd; 12 4S a m Baltimore 2 V) a rn 3 45 a m Philadelphia 12 i3 a m 6 50am Ar New York Lv SM) p in No. 34. OLD VIRGINIA CHEROOTS STOCK: THE VERY BEST. Having just had 12 months experience in the miDe and manufacturing of tne dif ferent kinds 01 iron, I am doubly ture I can give satisfaction. Bring your old castingn aud cet new ones. J. H. GIf,U e28-d eod-wly Especially adapted to the wants of the city trade. f?f" Prompt attention to orders. Free and prompt delivery. 'Phone 28. t ft uo p m Lv 2 30 p m 6 30 p m 8 15 p rn Ar 7iam Lv 9 4s a m Ar Raleigh Durham Henderson Weldon Weldon Portsmouth Ar 'j 45 H rn 4 3D p in K. am Lv it h in Ar 5:Kipm Lv 300 p in D.T. JOHNSON. AgL STOP NOW BEFORE IT IS HA LEIGH, W. C. fi-2-d&w-l -o- iTHE BESAL DOLD CUF.E IK5TITUTE, STYLE ; HANDSOME AS ANY TEN-CENT CIGAR. - - - PRICE: FIVE FOR TEN CENTS. - - TRY THEM - - MM AT RALEIGH, N. C. Is now o, en for the treatment of Liquor, Opinin, Morphine or T.-ba. co Habit. Cure (JrUA ant h k in three v. crts. The Safest, I Surest 'iid Best. PRICE 5$oo. Boakd and Room $5 Ter Week. Tobacco Habit Cure only $5. Trains No 38 and 41 Lave throuirh Pnll man Sleepers between I'ortninontb. S cl don and Atlanta. Train No : couxut-tg ht Weldon with through Pullman hnffet h'lefper tor tlu.h mond. WaHiinirton, Baltimore, Ptiladel phia ancl New York. Tfkin "o 4'i tJ,L!iW:tf lit Wfrld U with too late 1 money sisss j" ""thi" Daily t Da'ly except s-unday) b Break fast, d D.nner. shiip;x-r. For liiforniation relative to fichednle, etc.. spply toT. H. Mnrray, ticket Hg-ijt, Raleigh, or K. I. Whit, ticket int. Johnson Ktrrt, Re!ph. O. V. SMITH, Traffic Mai.agtr Ij. T. MYFUS Om'l n.t. JOHN C. WINDEB. Oeu'l KEKr a : TO : LOAN !!! N. B. DR.J.H. BAKER. Physician in Charge. B ROUGH TON, President. Address. BEDAL GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. Ijy22tf Rale h N. C We are now prepared to negotiate loans on centrally located BUSINESS PROPERTY IN EALKIGH and otuer North Carolina cities. In sums of t2,000 and upward, and on three to five years tim- Correspondence invited. Inier-Stits Trust i Brokerage Co., I Telephone No. 12. RALEIGH, N. C. I feblO FREE TO MAGISTRATES AND County Officers, Upon the receipt of nan; e and portoffice, we will mMil to any Magistrate or County Officer In Ncrtn t;arol!na a copy or lirt i ed Fee III II and Lit ol Itianka to br nwd. EDWARDS & BR0UGHT0N, Pnblihher, Raleiah. N. C.