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, THURSDAY. OCTOliEH 0, ISSI.
W Const al)W tickets jiiintcil lit
the Rkcouii ollice.
WGks.S. ai.f.swii.i.si r.K ATlYns
MilRIl' Satukimy, ()i tihiku 18th.
J The cabin of n colot el man.
named Jerre J i y 1 1 11 1 n. was burnt down,
on last Tliurwl.-iy night, about lour
utiles huuth of lici t1.
flap After no.it Wednesday, the
l"lli, our sportsmen ean go hunting
ftiid kill all the gamo they emi, with
out violating the law.
a? That enterprising in 'icluuit,
Mr. K. It. McLciui, of Siier, is now
ill the Nnlllie.n eities buying his Jitnv
Btoek of Fall ami Winter (lands.
Inf (!oi Tuns. C. Fn.i.i.it wii.i.
NPKAK AT THK (JU.K o MoNHAY, Oc
IV Iloii. John M. Moring. hereto-
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iwivt iiiinwillll f'll ivn till mm 1't'll I It'll I
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iiiiiii.ua.c ior v ougress in mis uis
triet. lias withdrawn from the eoutest.
ST Ore Hill is boomimg !
Are 2.i cents iter doell at
I'hcek's Store. He is selling nice
Fall Calicoes at (!, 7 and H cents per
yard. Go and kcp him.
HiTliy invitation of t he Democrat ie
Club of Osgood Mi. T. 1$ Womack
and others will address the people of
that i:.i.-e ami vicintv on tiie nolitical
issues of the dav. on next Saturday.
the 11th iust.
WT We were shown, a few days
ago. some ripe blackberries just ,
plucked from the bush, being the
second crop of this year. They grew
ou the f:ii-in of our colored friend.
Basil Manly, near here. j
HOT The appointment for public ;
speaking at Merrv Oaks on le-xi Sat- '
unlay wii.i. be tilled. We announced
in our last issue that tin
liient bad been withdrawn, but
arc ph ased to be able to state now
that the speaking will certainly takc
17" We take pleasure in calling
attention to the advert isemei.t of
Kalcigll's leading Ciothieis. the Her
wanger Brothers, who l.ave now
opened their full fall an I wintersiock.
We know from personal experience
that their clothing is of the best
tfjr The warm weather makes you
feel like buying a CioaU. and Lou
don has a splendid stuck of Coa!;..
uinl Jackets, all shapes and priecs.
Call ami see I hem. He has the nicest
and cheapest stock of Dress Goods
he has evel had. Look at his Ycivets
urn! Velveteens all shades.
WtfTotl.e Ladies: ISuymim i
Headen have just Kvivcl their
stock of Ladies Dress G. mils for Fa!1,
mid Winter v. ry pretty. They
tiiso have il good general slock of
Fall and Winter Goods which they
will sell at bottom p. ices for Cash.
A ipiantity of Seed Oats on hand.
WDry weather cannot Last much
longer and when it does lain yon wili
need il good pair of Shoes or Boot.-.
Mild Loudon's is the place to liml them.
He has a very large slock and ihey
ure very cheap. You can find a nice;
lot of Clothing at London's if you i
wish a new suit for the Imposition.;
Another lot of the Diamond Shirts.
tl& Xavnssa, Pacific, Anchor and'
Bilker's Standard Guano for wheat,;
for sale by C. (!. Cheek. He has been
receiving New Gjods for some tiniej
Mid will be pleased to sell you what '
you want when yon go to Ore Hill.,
Will buy cotton, llour ami other pro
(luce. 9W Warren Prior A: Son. Fayettc
rille. Watches. Clocks. Jewelry. Cut
lety ami Silverware. We cai ry the:
largest line of goods suit able for
Anniversary. Birthday. Undid Midi
Wedding Presents of any house in
the State. And we conlially invite
all to make us a vUit when in the
city. Any orders sent us will receive
Goon (Vrizr.s Gonk. --We much re
gret to hear of the dealh of Mr. A.
G KobciHon, which occurred last
Sunday morning, ut his residence at
F.gjpt, after mi illness of several
months. He was one of the most
useful and respected citizens of Chat
ham, Mid his death will be a loss not
only to his family but to the entire
community in which In
his ntlbcted family we
tender our 1
KrcH'TioH to ScAt.r.s. It is pro-1
posed to give our next Governor a
grand reception when he speaks
here, on the INth. Several huml.ed ;
of our eountynien liiouuted on horses i
will meet him a f.hort distance from !
tow n and escort him in. All who
wish to join in the procession are j
requested to meet in front of the.
court-house at half past 51 o'clock on
that day. General Scales will come I
here from Moucure. Bally up dem-:
oeinttt aud let us give him a rousing
A Nnv Inpi sthv. Whileat Ore Hill (
last .Saturday we saw piles of rocks
along the railroad which excited our!
curiosity. Fpon inquiry we were in-
formed that they were loose rocks, .
lying ou the surface of the earth, that
had been piled up to be carried by
the railroad company to be put in
the road bed in the swamps south of
Fayetteville. The rocks are piled up
in rows like cord wood, and the com
pany pays 'Jo cents per yard stpuiie.
('hat ham could spare many thousand
tons of l ocks Mid I hen h.uc uu abiiinl
St.u:k UruNT. On lust Saturday
nflcrnoon the stun of Mr. I). ll.
Stanley, if Matthews township, was
burnt up with everything in it. Xo
ono was at the store ut tho time of
tlin tiro uinl il is supposed to have
lict ii set ou tire. Them wiu no iu
surance. Xkw liiiiniiK. The new bridge is
coiuplrl.-.l over lhieky river at Jlaek
liev'u luiil, ill .Matthews township.
Tlin contract or weie Major Henry
Duiiiup and Cnt. -lolni Y. Taylor,
and the bridge is built in thu most
substantial maimer. It ix a covered
lattiee-bridge. and the total length is
Uai-tist Asm hi ATI'. n. The 12lilli
annual session oi I lie o.il .vindy 1 reek
Baptist Assoeiation was held last
week with the church at Jiclhlclicui.
in Moore eounty. 'there were U7
(-lunches represented, of which '2
were admitted at. this session. The
following ministers were present :
Kev. Messrs. M. Rildwin. S. (tilnmre,
1). C. Mureliisoii. T. M. Bal.lwin. W.
If. II. L.-iwinui, Y. (i. King, ()
Edwards. J. W. (.'alder, .f. D. Uaek
ney. J. Moure. C. M. Mureliisoii.
Visitors: ev. A. (1. AleM.inawav,
Siallings. Hev. C.
Kev. ('. M. Murchioii
was oi clu lied. The next session will
be held at Columbia church. The
contributions sent up were over $ bill,
There was a laire alleudauce, iMnl a!
the proceedings were pleasant and she took secretly out of the house
harmonious. We are indebted to what she thought was ipiiuine and ad
Kev. .M. j al 1 win for these items. ' ministered a portion to the child. It
sank into a stupor and never recover-
Kxeosinox ln;..is.--Kv cry body is ed, dying on the same day. I'pon iu-
Ijow talking about Jjoilie- to the Kx- : vesti.'r...li,m l.v Dr. Alt more the
posu.o,,. aim u iu well repay any-
''"' ""' SlnU' Lsi"''''"'
;,h :l "l;M"1 s '"-iingine ex-
licet .it ions oi Hie most snliguiue. It
is the largest ami most vni led exhibit
1 1 in I any one State has ever made in
Ameiica! Think of that, and be
proud of your did State! And then
to think that old Chatham's exhibit
is the besl of Ihemali! Of course
then every Challiaiuite wi.Mics to see
il, and we can asstnc our couiitynieii
that when thev do nee it thev will be
as much surprised
I " " ' ."
so man v ol our count vmen will attend
tin- Exposition we wish t give them
a few pi acucal suggestions. In the
liist , lace do not de.ay your visit
iintl. the last week, when lucre will
be such a crowd as to make it uu
comfortable. You can best examine
the exhibits when there is not u
ciowd crii-hiMg you. And in the
next place when you go, spend at
least Iwo days, tlo ou the early
ii.oiniug train, and, if you wish to be
econoiiiiea;. curry a lunch with you
lo eat at mid day. ami dont go into
lialeigh linlil night, where you can
get sapper, bieaklast itnd lodging
lor Si..') I. and then buy your dinner
ou the second d:l oil I lie Exposition
grounds. Ami just here we wish to
correct a rumor that boat d is St a
day. You can gel the best board at
the best plivale houses at not exceed
ilig 2 il day. Tlie hotel, the Yar
l.orough House, charges .S! a day.
The Exposition company has pro
videil every possib e comfort and
convenience for visit.us. Tho main
b.ii.diiig is supp.ied with an abund
ance of ice w ai "r. ami seals are scat
tered a.l iibou; upon which the wea
licd can rest. The visitor ought not
to go thioi.gb the exhibits too hur
riedly. but leisurely inspect all. it
would lake hu'.f a day to critically
examine everything in the Chatham
exhibit. And by the-way we would
here state that ourexhibit win nearer
iciidy ou the opening day than I hat
of a. most any other county: Much
of the credit of this is die our former
townsman. Mr. H. M. Cowan, who
assisted so etlieiently in its arrange
ment anil decoration. We would
like to mention eveiythiug that is
displayed in our county's exhibit,
but of course that is impossibie. And
as there is so much worthy of praise
we dis. ike to disci iiuiiiate. We can
only say. "(in and see for yourself."
The largest and most vaiied exhibit
ma le by any of our eountynien is
that of our venerable friend, ('apt.
Fnias Bryan, and we wish that more
of our couiityiucii had contributed as
much ns he has. Mr. Powell will
remain in charge of the Chatham ex
hibit, of which he very justly feels
as proud as a ni.iii with his lirsl
Chal ham can boast of not only
having the best exhibit, but also of
furnishing the power that movet aii
the machinery of the I'.xposil ion. for
it is our Chat ham coal Unit is used
as the fuel for the big engines in the
Coi ntv Canvass. -As heretofore
announced by us, the county canvass
will begin at Gulf next Monday, and
close at Pit tsboro' on the Saturday
before the election. The sheriff will
accompany the ciu.didaie.t. as is cus
tomary. for the puipose of collecting
taxes. 1 he appoint incuts are as tol-
At Gu!f. Monday, October
" Egypt. Tuesday, '
' Cheek's shop, Monday,
Zeno Johnson's. Tuesday
' Siler. Wednesdav.
Harper's X Boads. Thursday. -Ild,
llichmoiiil. Friday. October 'J it h.
Hickory Mt . Saturday, '25th.
Johnson's Store. Wednesday, U'.M h.
Pace's Mill. Thursday, Oct. .'Mill.
" FeHiringt oil's. Friday, " Hist.
' Pit tsboro", Ssturday, Nov. 1st.
( out in issinnei s' )l eel i ng.
The eounty commissioners held
thtir regular monthly meeting ou
last Monday, ami audited the follow
in g accounts:
Dr. It. ('. Jackson, as physi
cian to the poor-house, ii.'2o
W. L. London, for supplies
for poor-house, 7. 40
lames ( liluioi e, for lumber for
Put tersoii'n creek bridge, 1X0
J J Knight, depl sherill'. iis
olliii r n;;iai.d jury. Ac. I "
P.'f Ar IJiilit, contractors on
the Vi:dw,-ird biiil 'e,
V. S. Giitlih, for oals and
j.'.o a Ix-uin for poordiouse,
A. C. Moore, for work and
lumber for bridge at Feiu-
V. 1$. Carter, .1. P.. insolvent
Thomas ( Toss, jail fees.
.1. J. a!dwin. for the rciief of
Sully l lamiet and daughter,
Oi.nViii.i.. That C. J), l'oe,
' -Johnson, A. X.
Strowd ami . A.
allowed tor layui
OiiliiUKH. That K. 1. Alston, Lee
Brooks and K. (. 1'errv be allowed
' eileh l.oD for guar.ling John Jordan.
Oxford Torchlight: Fifty indus
trious iiieehaniesare iv.n.ti din Oxford.
Hickory 1're.vh: The fair which was
held at Asheville September iMrd to
p ,-"iu, was i lit! nisi in me .UiiU' west
oi lie liiue III le. Me were present
the first two dins and were delighted
at th(! success of this exhibition.
Washington (iaefte: A peculiar
case of poisoning occurred at Stone-
wall, 1 ainlico coiiiitv. on last i lies-
day. Jane JhuTiis, a colored woman,
was employed in the family of Mr.
Jno. Ihabble. lief child beilitr sick
medicine was to;. ml to Ix
instead of .p.i.ii.ie.
lialeigh Chronicle: Senator
soni's explanation of the taiil'f
id v from Saiiford. is thi
est elucii lilt ioii of tile
. .i .
t that cnn
i:e made. -A i.u
ue.li.ig of the Xorlh;,),,,,,,;,,, ,..,,.,., iSHscon.pIete.
.rowers Associa ..... . )lh, wilj ,;,, i( (,
Carolina Fruit G
Mill he held in the Senate Chamber,
in Kaleigh, on the loth of October, at
H p. in. Col. J. M. Heck, of Uah igb.
will read .a paper on "1'iuil Growing
in North Carolina: Docs it pav .'
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before the meetiii
Ahuuau.-e Gleaner: We have a
.talk of (-oi a in our oflice raised by
Mr. Sidney B. Holt, upon which there
are ten ears. The ears Is gil, at the
liist joinl. and from seven joints come
out Hie ten ears. Three ot the joints
have two ears each. Corn came Iron,
every joint except t he hist, from which
e.une the tassel. A lady in Givens-
boro received a letter a tew days ago
coiiti.iuiug a leuiittance of twenty
dollai's--ci'i. science money. The lei
low who sent il had boarded with tin-
Inly and neglected to pay his bill
when he left. He did Hot give his
name. Suppose dcluniiiei.t siibscii-
liers shouid couimei.ee to do t.us km, I
of t liinj. editors would greatly n joice
all owr the laud and proclaim the
millcnniuai near at, hand.
Wilson dvuucc: Wr were pained
to he ir of the dcalh of Win 11. ml.
Ms , a highly esteemed ami much
respected citizen of Nash county. Il
is supposed that the deceased was
poisoned with strychnine administer
ed by his cook through some greens
which siie prepared lor dinner. Mr
Hunt rei.iaiked while eating them
that they were the wol -t tasting
greens that he ever ate. Alter eating
aw hile he 1 1 tit . saying that he could
;rit no more. They were taken mid
given lo the dogs and a est. (hie doif
ami the cat. died and the other dog is
not expected to live. Dr. Edwards.
Mr. Hunt's grandson, was sent fo:
immediately who, when he arrived,
pronounced it strychnine poisomi g
ami selil immediately for other phy
sicians who also pronounced it
strychnine poisoning, but it was too
lute when Dr. Edwards arrived to
counteract the effects of the posi,.n
Charlotte Observer: A lady ofthis
city, after having gathered a .uantit
of tomatoes oi her garden, went into
the house and, being tired, sat down
in a rocking chair, and commenced
conversing with her husband. Sud
demy she felt her rocker tilt as if it
had rocked ou a stick, and looking
down she was liorrilied to see that
she was rocking over a snake. She
was fi ighteiie.l almost into a spasm,
but the snake was killed and thrown
out. (Juiet had scarcely been restored
before tho lady made a movement and
on tin? lloorat her feet she saw anothei
snake wriggling about. Intense ex
citement prevailed 111 the household '
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a. ill It ill-l not suosi.ie ior a consinei
able time alter the second snake hi.d j
been killed and thrown out of the!
house The ouiy explanation tli.t
can be given is that while I lie lady
was in the garden the two si.skes
crawled into the folds of her dress,
where they remained until they drop
ped out on the Moor in the loom, as
described above. I
Sliitesvill.i Lainliiiaik' Men show-!
ed in tin; war, whether olliceis or pri- ;
vatcs. of in ttv much what stulV Hey .
were made. D T. Pritchard. Esip,
of Alexander county, told us a few
days ago, that he recollects very well,
ou the inarch from lYtcrshtirg to
Belltield. in December, isill. when
the mud vois very deep and the men 1
made their way through if with'
great difficulty, thai Gen Alfred M.
Scales got oil' his horse and put on it
two sick and worn out men of his1
command. The water in the public
well in the centre of east- Broadsheet
baring become so bad that it could
- not be used. Mr J. A Page went in
I . it. la-t .Monday, to lean it out.
Mid among other things which he sent
up was t he body of a baby. It was
evidently of premature bull.. The
' identity of the guilty woman has not
yet been established. The color of
the child could not, of course, be de
termiued. nor could it be told how
long the sickening object h id been
ill the well. The discovery caused a
good ileal of :l bu -. ii'.o Hid tow n, and
no well watefchas tasted eati.t ly light
1 Fuyetteville Observer: We con
TOC.IKJ giutuhito our country friends upon
Uieir success in tobacco nuking this!
season. For many years a stieill
quantity of the weed has been raised !
Ij various parties tl.lotiylio.it tin;
county f-jr their own use, but this 1
year there have been numerous eperi-1
lueiith on ijuite a large scale, to give
the matter a fair test as to whet her or j
not a grade of tobacco that would sell
for price sullicieiit to make its culture
prolitablc. could be raised on our lands !
We rejoice to lie able to report lliat ' ties of the Dry (loods Trade itnd have
these experiments have in almost every used the utmost precision and careful
instance been so successful, spite of a ness in making my Kail sec; (ions,
somewhat unfavorable season, that the ' and now i xliibit n luge assortment of
urea cultivated will be very largely ! new fabi ics. styles and patterns, to
increased another season Our I which ate added day by tiny new
peaceful community was shocked to;(soils as they enter the market.
learn on I uesday that a brutal mur
der had beeu committed the night
before wit in ii I he limits of the :t
The person murdered. Mary Hughes,
a white woman about () yaers of age,
lived alone ncai the former site of
tin: oil mills, in a little hut Slit;
was found Tuesday m ling within j
her dwelling, dead with lier skull
crushed li oil one side of the head.
The lt id was .ipp.arently doia; with
1 1 i i .
i ne iicuu oi an axe or some lieavv.
blunt instrument. A .-li-ht clue a.
gotten hold of. the circumstance f
which apparently point towards the
perpetrator, ami it is being cautioiislv
hut swiftL followed np by the slid iif
and olln r oflicials.
The republicans of I he sixth dis
trict have nominated Hon. Oliver II
Dockery as their candidate for Cnn
gress, and Dr. . M. XoriueiiL for
presidem ial elector.
Will. ArmfirM. of Greens
has just returned from New
i York with a full and complete lino of
all styles of Fall mid Winter cloth-
sayRtj,,, j,.,! boots ami shoes, and the
'ear- : l,,,,, :,.,. i i v ..:
' inililil .lillllilin
1V..1...1 ti i. .. . ti
interest to see this stock. Give him
W. II. Wakelieid Co.. of G. cells '
boro". X. ('.. dcaleis in Hardware an. I
Machinery, invite the citizens of.
, Chatham to examine t In ir huge audi
complete slock, which will be sold;
astonishingly low. Tlieir Wakefn id i
Cook Stove is t he nicest and quick- 1
est baker on the market. Agents for
Wadsworth, Mai tine A Lasguian'
Pure Prepared Paints, every gallon
The iiii'rcliiu.'.s of t Latham will do'
Well to call iiud see or send their ol
dels to Greensboro' to the old ."liable;
house of J. W. SCOTT A CO. !
A peculiar . in i;e in Ayei's Sursa :
parillii isiintt wuiie it eh aiises and:
purges the blood from all cm ruptions
and impurities, ami thereby roots out ,
disease, it builds up and llo isolates '
the whole system, and makes one;
yoiiiiy again. !
THE MARKS'S. i
l:e;.rn -I r.-r Vhk l;.;o-i;.i hy
W Y A T T , T A Y L o IJ .
lillOCKIIs ,v COMMISSION MK.it II VMS
Nil I.' S..111I1 nl-lo Mar.lii SI..
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siri. : Low MM. II, itf,
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4 DMINISTBATOU'SXOTK'E. -
i' V llavitij iiialtlli'l n ilu -lniitii-' ri r
Oi lllJih liHilnliull. 1, 1 I.. I. I..V if. ny all
jit iH-tiirt 1 1-1 I 1 ij 1 lalni- uHihi !Mi'l ! 'lf'it1
i-xhii'it Hie -unit' l-i ute -n r i r i!n- .; h 'lav .f
HcImUt, ISH.V I. M mihllAl.lt.
few barrels Hvdiaulic Cement
ilechcai.. J'. M. M.IYEU.
(li t.i-. N. ('.. Sept. -'It'. 1SS I.
IMPORTANT SALE !
v. ii.tniiiilslrntttnotf I .MI'S 1-M I1. ,.-,ao l. wr
will -.-Il 11: pul-lif m.. :l -..I w . i'i.".ov. I hi
i..-r nui. a. ins in'.- ivst.i-ii.-f u t..i ..; ai.i vi.i.i.
I'l li-oNvl. l-l'ol-l.l.rv, .-..ii -1-1 nit; 111 rail ..f
Mutt's, Cut. If. IIi.b-i, Wnrf"iis. I'ai M.ii'i! I'if.i"'l",
THOMAS I. I'ACI,
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Oi l. in. Issi. n. s. v. HliKttKlt. MimiT
A HOME DRUGGIST
pM).ttarity ;ii Imhim f h i alu ps ill ' 1'f-l
!M ol im r.1, 1'iit we :iti I't.Mi.tlv. 1.. in, 1 l
thai no niliff iin tiM iiM- l:a- u.ai I -1 it
m h uiiitoisal ;t..r.'L.il."n in ti iuti i'iiy(
Plali', aiil coumi x, ai.tl anc'ii all la-oj lc, n$
Til- f-illitwiiij l.'ll.-r ft'-m our i.f our lHf
Klii.nn I:mw-Icim-ii. I'. ii;-i.-I. sli.uilil Ivcf
inlfr.-st l.n-vi-ry Mill.-rt-r ; -
I'.i'lil yvar n.t I
I an atlM.'k ..f
ill-wiiiiilli.in, s.i .-.I'
i ll- thai
ll!.! n.-l in""- Ii in llif I'l.l. it
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l."IHff "I ulii.-li I m.i ffini I. i. ly fiin-il.
Uavi- si-l'l I.HV'. iii.-ini-r.-s i-f v-tir si."A
IMiiil ', .iii-l ii n;i if.. nils ii- u...:..-i ml
s-.ii.ai nv. I'I'i- many n.'lal'lf t'liit-H .. liaH
rll- . li-.l in Oil :. :uiiv .-"nv ni.-i- m- I. ml It.
I- i'ii- hf.-l I. Hi. ..I l 1. III. i-u-i oil.-n-.l I.i tho
l,.Mi. I.. I-'. II vi.i.i...''
l..i l St., Illli ktali'l, Mats., .iy I.i. Is.'.
SALT RHEUM. rS.
tea.-- t'r ov-it Iwt-titi uvii - I" (.mi? Ics ri-ni".il
It. ,.i.-ll allli,-.. w ill Sail lilifiim in us
"lV nn in. Il- ul. i r.ili.-i - i.-, i, cl .-..ii 1-1
nn-r- III in li ill il..- "in I -. i l In - li ..li a. i.i
llinl-". Hi was ml Ti-' .-iir.'-l lv A.h's
S 1 1.-. (I- III. I . Mf t-i-rllli-'alii III Ai'l
A liii.ti.it.- ..i l-ss
i n i r ti:i ii ii v
Dr. J.C.AyerA Co.. Lowell, Mass.
ScM l.y all I'r'Wt-. tl.-n I- ill. f .
Frank W. Thornton,!
, 7 and North Hay .Street.
IN READINESS FOK
I have jus) li-tunied from the (Yin
I the mens
! this season, as in the past, can be
confidently relied upon as being the
! lowest, and ;t vii-it to our establish
' melit invariably profitable.
IUCH ML WK SA TIN IMFADAMl'S.
('Of OliKI) SATIN Mil DA MI'S,
"' " Oic ln-: I"
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i 1 SLACK lSli(H'DK WOVEN SILK
f.'.IH. f ! :. l.ll, i l ' .'T Vill i.
ISlSOCADK WOVKN SILK
In id! Mi' ii' fti'
l-niii" .Jim, U:, MHO '.T
In all II. n.-.f.lc-. .1 .ii. !.--y:iM.
sir K SVTINS.
D' jr jiinl.
;1 in, l.x:. l .-r
TW( l-'I'l INK Bli X 'A I F. SA't'I VS.
hi all .-rn ...iin-llilnu' Iv 1
oil 1'IECES GIIOS GBA1N COLOI!
in all On- lat. , -i r..i..ii -H.,.-. uu, Jl :: r jiir l.
Ho I'll'.CES P.LAI K GKOSGKA1X
SI I K S.
l-.n.'hl .ll.w' rr-.n: '.. li'i..,!i-' a.i.l whl-h wt.
,.IT. I- :hi ,..- .'.-III I' Ili'.ti fVt'i- 'I'l I.I lli.t.
liiiekf! .!". f.
nil -li.i I. H,
DIIAI' C ALM V CLOTH.
all -I;. i'l".-.
FBMNCH AliMY CLOTH.
These go.ids represent eVdOl.il.g
new in the way of Novelties in Dress
An unsurpassed collect i.in of
In On- I i l!f.
Bl'SSI AN ClltCI'LABS.
K'l'uls-'llif t-.. lit i-.
nl;.hh mi 1 nil tnl'lcv
Tin- fl'...' .'X-i'lifiVi- llltrt.f
i-o-i hli-.n-n ... I'ayi-; if villi.
FRANK W. THORNTON,
.1. 7 and !l North II ay St .
1'AYETTEYILLE. X. C.
o.-i. r-ia. ;,.
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I'Oll'S NOTICE -HAY
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fAND SALE.--OX Tlll'llsDAY
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Al.ltllltT II iiownv.
Sf.. -j.i, is-1 . ii-., K.i.-ui..r.
i Governcr's Proclamation.
' -TX I'l- HI- Not, I II CWiOl.lN t. I
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; Dr. A. HOLTON'S
i o 1 x r ji : r T !
no: 1 n.i: 01
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i t , ( all' tT"iis Ti .-( I-Hi-
ln 1 Ii
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1 '111 1. 1111 Ii .. Wlillf M-illlliL-. Inlllinnil 'l'i
ini.'iii' .1 1 ... nail- . InllH.iifl Klnf. liiiih
ar -iili I". S-11I.I i.-ii-l ..r ..Ham.-l liii asl- --I If
1. 1.1I. -.. ( ia. l.f'1 ". I lia .f.l llall.l-. sua.,.- li
I ,.lli i.-hf. l ln-.. I'-Tlis. ("u s mi. I Urn I all
km I . .iif I ... al " In- i-.iiii I an liita.n.il lf n in
,tx in in if -. Win-.- an I all sun s '-n It"'
li. ..ci"l l. .1. U lloi.TON. Illk.li I' ., V t'.
C, ;,.-.ns lln
-li iiuni'iil I. Iilslilv ris "innif n l'"l It
I'l-. Han Ut i'"l Kill 11 a 1.. I ... ll l" fit I fll
Lam i-.i ii- i.t 11. t 11 riN. 1 mi -I
' m- ii-ui. f 1 ll". Is 1 iin-
-1 1 ha
aAiEian, nr. c,
Leading Clothiers and Tailors,
Take great pleasure in proehi;ming to the pi blic that their
FALL AM) WINTEK T0CK
Meirs Youths', Boys' Children's
GlQiMic Gents' FiiraisliiDp ani Hals
IS COMl'LLTL AND ItLADV FOIl IXSI'J'.CITOX,
ve do not exaggerate in saying
!.-le. the most fashionable' the
trimmed, the most desirable lor the money to He louna uuywueie in mm
section of the State.
Our former patrons will coihd to see us of course, mid it is a matter or
pride to us that these former buyers are our best advertisers, for they know
whereof I hev speak when they recomiii-nd tlnir friends and stnuigers com
ing to our (SliAND KXl'OSlTJON to such a firm as ours.
Yrrv Hipped fully.
i. LADING CLOTJIIKUS AMI) TAILOKS,
(I I 11. ISM.
r.ALEIGJI, TI. c ,
PALI, & AVINTKI,
STOCK OF GOOE
DBESS GOODS. CALICOES.
SILKS. SATINS, YI.LY LIS.
BKO. AND ISLEA. DOMES ilCS,
i'LAIDS, PF. I CALLS.
SHAWLS. CLOAKS j
HU NKS, CAKPEI INGS.
NOTIONS, HATS. ;
I SOOTS AND SHOES, i
. Ask f'-r any ;u tide kepi in a first-class
Dry Good S.-.re ami you will
be sure to liml it.
Thanking the good people of Chat
Mian, for their past patronage, we
solicit a blither continuance of tln
sani". W. II cv I!. S. IT ( KEI! x CO
St'Dtt'IDh'-l' 11. It-1.
Sfiavisiir iusi re-
(limed (rom (he
kets we are now
Tall ami Winter
AND Ol lt FIJI ENDS
are requested to
Kven il we ilu
not se8I von v
will u)si vou in
the low priees.
We are otlerin
loo(Is as Sow as
ean be bought
any where tor
can liml any
yon ean eall for.
THESE (ionlis HAVE I'.KKN
F.nl (ill I' LOW AND WILL
EH SOLI VF.IJY LOW l'OK
NO TIJOFF.LF. TO Silt lY (i )( H S
ALL W E CAN SAY IS TO COME
AND SEE I S AND WE WILL
riJOVE W II AT W E SY
Ul'.MEMI'.F.U THE PLACE IS
W. , ItOMlON'tS.
ritt. .oro', Si .t. is, ss I.
that this season our stoclt s ine most
most durable, the best made, the neutest
Opposite '. S. Fost Oflice.
I.i East Hm!
It ami '208 Wilmington
liALElGII. X. C.
My Wliolesale stock:
Fall and Winter
13 COMPLETE ! !
rr consists or
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HATS AND CAPS,
uu! all other goods found in a first
class Wholesale Dry Goods House.
This Stock is the largest, ever shown
here, ami prices are as low as the same
;oods can be bought in Northern
markets. WM. WOOLLCOTT.
s.-tit-iiil-r 11. nHi.
visitors 10 mm
SHOl'LD CALL ON
George T. Stronach.
N-.. 11 Miir.ln Sirwl.
Ma.kf. n.i.t til MnrUii S.rwSu,
ll-l.-llli-IH Hil t tlll-ll-N I IlKTK lilllf lit
-ay .-.-in.- an. I wf nn- ill my i.. sl'.rr nuil I lli
if.il y-.ii jn-; ji... o.niv it,,. ka.lH tfu
" '"'" I as I .ll'l In II I.lfll lluim, Kbra
li i. nil i... I ii.-n,.-, an.l our sliarn ..f llm fun.
I li e., a ..y lai MtH-k uf lit-nvy Kutemrtm.
300 bbls. Sugar, 138 sacks
Coltee, 100 bbls. Mackerel,
8:t bbls. Molasses, 3.
tierces of Lard, 200
bbls Flour, :i(NN lbs. Ham,
MEAT, MEAL, Etc ,
5 loies Tobacco. 50,000 Cpi,
clii'Hcr I linn the cheajHist, etc
i 'I J ICES CI Ii KENT SENT ON AP
PLICATION. ur Kktaii. Si'oiu- miller charge of
La-, t-vfi-viliinu. nn. I Iran i-vnry slilw, am mn
.1 hi iilaif.l ..ii si.fiuiiiK ihr tmrTli-m ul m li"liwtl
in. I . a.ai.l. a jiMnti .11 K'm. our icfiifrnl uttirk
I 1 ISM I. OtKUlK, l llkhSK, l.Hlll., II4MH,
l ln. li. IsthlNii I'OWI.I IIS, MI.I nuil HII.VIK
i'l. lis, nil iis. iiii'l .air li-.AH, orx Mmkrn til by
hi .11-. ...I..-I .i. llif lifsi .in Him Kiklttigh morkvl,
in. nly tlif u-i-slif-t, i.t i.ur fiiiire miN'kll
i.-itiiiii 1.1-fii I'm. ii't-f.i iin.it ai (tnsr ut, it4.
St'l'l .' . l"Sl. illU.
While ill Kaleigh
The Square Dealing
Clotliinn' ani M Hoose,
I. M. I JoscnlmuinH ohl sUnd,
V I 1 'iiii-i I K.vfiifvlll.i ani llnrgxll MraoM,
W in re vou will Iiii'l a larA and well
it -.sort ci I slock of
BOOTS AXfD JLtnOEB,
uinl at lower iicc than any othe
llo'i.-f in (he StalH.
CA LL AND UF. CONVINCED.
j H i'lKinlHIl 'ia, IBM. ilia.