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T1U USDAV, OCTOr.KK Hi. lssl
B-STSi'i1 that your name is on tLe;
resist ml ion book.
MTA heavy fiost this morning,
tlio liist of thi season.
Jwtf As soon as you sell any eo'.ton
pay up your subscription.
t-:T You can now go limiting with
out violating the game law.
-( Iks. S "A 1 i- wiu. si i:k at 1 Yrrs
mum' os S.vuuikav. O. roiiKi: lNm.
Hilf" Mr. Joseph L. Pi idges is
candidate for tovnshi (nsiivble in
this (I'entre) township.
tXiT" A cool wave struck us yester
day and made tires and winter cloth
ing feel very comfortable.
Seif" The railroads have reduced the
fare to the Imposition to only one
cent a mile, i'.vervhody can now go.
""' . . , ,
Jfj?" Head the advertisement of lull-
i.r'.'x elerall DlV (binds liierchant
Mr. A. Cieech, and when you visit
the Exposition bo sure to cail at his
fry F.very voter, who has removed
from the township where he voted at
the last oieclion. must have his name
erased from the regis.' rat ion book of
that township and olilain a certificate
from the registrar thereof, before he
can register in the township where
he now lives.
It'VT.i the Ladies: Uytiniu
Hiadcn have just received their
stock of Ladies Dress (hinds for Fall
and Winter very pretty. They
a. so have a good general stock of
Fail and Winter (ioods which they
will snd at bottom prices for Cash.
A quantity of Seed Oats on hand.
fttTYnu now can get any quality
or (plant. ty of Old Salem Jeans goods
at London's: he has received another
Mipp.y this week. Also, a splendid
lot of Cassiuicres. Jeausaud Kerseys.
London has a splendid stock of
t'iouks. Jackets and .leiseys which
will be mud very low. All kinds of
Itif- YYarren Prior A. Son. Favetti
vide. Watches, Clocks. Jeweiix. Cm- .
leiv and Siiv.rwaie. We cany I he :
large.-t line of goods suitab.e for
Ai'.iuvcisaiy. Hirihilay. Uridal and
Wedding Presents of any house in ,
the Slate. And we cordial. y iuviie
ail to make us a visit when in tin
city. Any unlets sent us wni icci-i..
When Scales comes, which will
be next Saturday, be sure t call at
London's and see the splendid stock
of gooiis he has. He call sell you
gmds cheaper than you ever saw
them. The cash will go a long way
and wi.l buy i.iisnf g o, Is. H-nulou
is ntl'eiiiig extra iudiicenieiits tn casii
cnstoineis. London is the nniy mer-
chant at Pittshoro' who lias lx
North this Fall, t'oine and see i
Utf Samjile S. Hi own. Wholesale
and Reuii! luerchnnt. diet nsboro'.
has returned from the Northern mar
i.ets with tin uiiusuaiiy large and
athaetivc stock of Dry ( Joods. Cloth
ing. Hoots. Shoes. Hats. Carpets.
Notions. iVc.. Ve. Chathalil people
aie cordialiy invited to rail and com
pare prices and goods with Hale.gh
Pim.u' Si rvKiMi. Hen. W. 11 Cox.
Cajit. H. 11. Huiin. ami oilier speak
ers will address the people of Chat
limit at the following tnuesand p'aees:
Johnson's Store, Wedm sday. Oct- 2'
() iver Mc.Math's, Thin sday, " dll,
Siler, Friday. " 111.
All jiersons, regardless of party,
are invited to attend.
Heckctios to Hi-.m.- s The people
will give (teiieral Sca'es. next Satur
day, the most rousing rec. p-ion any
niaa has ever received in this county.
Fully five hundred horsemen are ex
pected to meet him mar lu re and
escort him into town. Hally up dem
ocrat k and let us give our next Gov
ernor a re -upturn worthy of him and
worthv of our noble old county ! j
Tin: Stu.i. Cask. Our reulers w ill
renumber that several months ago
an illicit still was capt ured by a reve
nue officer and placed in our county
jail foi safe keeping, and that at night
it was secretly removed therefrom.
Sometime after that the alleged ow n
er of the still anil three or four co..
ored men were arrested therefor and
bound over for tiia! at the federal
court at Greensboro'. Last week ;
they all went to tireeiisboro' to stand
tlieir trial, hut in a day or two they :
returned rejoicing greatly, the grand
jury having ignored the bill. Tlmsi ,
eioses the celebrated "st ill ease". j
... . I
Tin: Rrpt'in.icAN Camhhatks. On '
last Tuesday a secret caucus of about
half ft dozen republicans was held at ,
this place, for the puiposeof com I
pleting their county ticket. After j
jBiiicli eaueusmg u was uec . e ,u
nn Mr. A fred M. Se f ,.U ; ;, ht, or OO. and a few ,,e
tiiS'W !- examination of the groes. who listened to the soeeches
SlnmSiX lhilt W,':wi,h ,":l,k0,l "U'n" '
fff J ? Dr t for ro er. i .night give our readers some idea of , so..,.', hat d.sappointed at not. meei
No munim iio Ire ,1,1 ' wind is there to be seen. As her- I ing with Messrs. Alston and London.
No nominations ut ma . n i " o""" 4.,f .,.,e.l .., exhibit occui.ies a but. sir. we were more th u. both
or sin vevoi . iiitiii-i'tii ni.,.... -
.. . . . : ..li....,u..i'i.rv ivrimiiiieiit. Ilosltloll. Oi'lllLT Oil
Tor Senator, Nathaniel Woody: niuLtheiejt as you enter the Kouthei
for He, .1 e.-eutativch, Hugh W. Dixon door ot the iimiu huihling. I lie tin
l.uu rieL-t.T I ll.M-'IIIl I.. IM 11 ill IJ.TI. i
k! Alfred M. Self. Two years ago!
therepublic.au caudidates were vio-
I.iifc in their demiiiciatious of prohi -
l.itionists.andcha.ified the democrats
with l-iiii;,' the prohibition party.
That will h.inl.y le done this year,
as Messrs. Woi,dv. Dixon und'Self
r Ji three etioi.fr p.oi.ibitioiiists.- in u,c an,. .r a s.a.s. ......
tut nibtl vo I Qui tt. it change, ia'utU't
C. u'nty Canvas. The appoint-
incnt-i of tin' county candidates arc
us follows :
Ai Muckhorue. Friday. October 17tli.
Che: k s shop. .M m lav. " Uillh,
Zctto.li'hiisou's. Tut'siliiy. " 'Jlst,
1 Siicr, Wednesday, 22ml.
Hhi per' X I loads. Thursday. 2:id.
Itichiiiond. Friday. October '2 Ith.
Hii'korv lit.. Sat nrduv. " '2'nh.
Puce's .Mill, Thursday.
1 'earring-ton's. t'i iday.
Pitt shorn". Saturday.
vear oid son of Mr.
Tiie lit tie seven-
J. J. Clark, of
ii. ..i.. . ... ... ... i.:.. . .1. . l
). A. 1 illm.m, ot
if Hear Creek town-
d liti pounds in Dur
ship, who picki
!d iy and went "possum hunting that
ingllt. And .ir. V . A. Avellt. (it
Cape Fear lowu--hip, informs us Hint
two hands on his farm, John H. Cot-
ten and Uufus A. Ausley, pieked "T7
liouiiils in iiiio day, and also attended
to Hie ferry, at Avei.t s terry, ana
weighed for seven other hands
Since willing the above a friend at
! Osgood writes us that a ten-year old
j . , ,. i'0ll, , , .
po. iinls. and his eleven-vear old mm
picked out 1S pounds, on
; Tin-: Di: vciit. Such a hot and
' dry October has never before been
i known in this section, at least thai
is w hat all our old citizens say. The
; thermometer on several days h is
been over ninety degre. s, a temper
.attire scarce. v eiiuai.ed in July. All
linesman streams nave iirie.t up.
and I here is very liltle water in the
largn a! reams. Many wells it: 1. 1
i springs have entirely failed, and
' dunking w ater is very diilieult to
i get in many in ighb n -hoods. S .me
' fami.ics in this county have to haul
1 their wale;- a mil-' or m-ue. Od
'nil u say that they have never known
Deep river lower at any season, and
this liotw iths.aliding the t'l'eipielit
l ains din iug til.- summer. No f-ir-iiier
has been able to break up uny
ground for sowing wheat and oats.
..nd coiisi iienily a very sm-ill grain
croi will hi- raised next year, even
if il lams short . y.
A Yai.i-nm.i: Mti.i.. We w. re pleas
I'd. a few weeks ago. !o publish ah
.item about M,, .1. M. Meher's new
uiiil at (in f. and now we have the
pleasure of noticing the valuable uiiil
of Mussrs. L. H. V C. W. Hvnutu. mi
Haw river. This mill. like Mr. Me
Iver's. is lit led up wil It ma-'hiuery to
make Hour by the "New Process Sys
t in". This work began last May.
under the .-.Uperilile idei:c(. of those
ii .i d inechaiiics. Messrs. Uoilinger
and .Masseiiiore. and is just comple
ted. Of course I lie cos! has been
,. aw. but the mil! wiii soon oav for
itself. The flour is equal to the best
No.'.li.'iu .'.our, and our larmers can
now cat as white bread as our city
folks do. We are g'ad that our
eoun'y contains such entei pi iiiug
citizens as Mi. Mclver and the
Messrs. Hvnu:ii, and w
i( call attention toiln-i
mills as evi
dences of our county's progress and
Tin: Cu'srv Cvsv.vss. Yv'e alt.-nd
cd the opening of the county canvass
at Gulf, on last Monday, and saw Hie
candidates "start oil'." There were
very few republicans present, and
they were mostly colored men. The
only republican candidate present
was Mr. Woody, the nomine for the
Semite. We predicted some, weeks
ago that the republicans would not
make a canvass of the county, and it
now seems that we were eorrect.
They hope to keep their voters away
from the public speakings, and cany
on a 'stili hunt", that is, work secret
ly. We. therefore, warn our ileiuo-,
cratic fticnds not to rely too much
upon what they may now consider
republican apathy and indifference,
because they can rally their voters
by runners sent around a night or
two before the election.
The first speaker was Sheriff Hi ew
er, who brieily announced himself a
candidate for re-election. Cnpt. Fx
Hue then made quiie an eloquent
little speech (although he has no
opponent) in announcing himself lor
eclion lo the ollice ot register
m.. Alston fo lowed in a well coiisid-
,j i.(., ,. about ha f an hour long.
and nude quite a favorable linpi i a
sine. Mr. Woniack m xi spoke about
an hour, J'uiiy sustaining his reputa
lion as a capital canvasser. In re
spouse to cniis from the crowd the
editor of the Hitcoim "submitted a
few broken remarks"; and, as he
closed. Mr. Woody put in his appear-
llU(V i,ri,.riv aniionmv.l his eun-
,jai.y. This t as his first appearance
l.i,,i. )t CTiiithiint audience, and his
,(.al(.S ,u,, not apt to forget that
jjpj,,..,,,,,,,.,.. We wi re struck with
,, f1)m ,,f a nunark made about
him afterwards by an old citizen,
wjl0 stli,i. -Well. I reckon Mr. Woody
js u wjgjity good, clever sort of a
UMH f ,t. amj ho had better stay
there"! The democratic nominee for
the Senate. Mr. Scott, is canvassing
Alamance county this week, but wiii
be with our county candidates in
Chatham next week.
! " J I 1 ' - i
tiling "nu uimw-w uic en -
vUuor is th very beautiful ai bor
; ""ime of "ir raiu i and -. asses 1 he
, commus supi.orliutr it ar h.ioii
nd covered with wlicat and oals
the stia.v, white the lop is covered
shin-led Willi the heads o giaiu
il IS 11 SJIOl Il'mjllt-Uivu I' ) wile. v.-
jtn ii.M .iiiuiin.iiii imi usiiii, jiii-neu moil arc sccll nil,' specimens nl corn,
Pl't pounds of cotton in one day. lust cotton, tobacco, wheat, oat, pump
week, and rest, d an hour and a qu.ir- kins and numerous vui ietie of vege
ter at noon. Another industrious tables. The chief exhibitors of these
boy is the eleven year old son of Mr. Hro Messrs. Ivias Brvun. J. A. Par
pieially young couples. Tlu whole
exhibit is enclosed bv nil in iiaiiie.'iUl
balustrade, made of :5 difl'ereul vu
rieties of our unlive timbers, und is
tht only one in tin) entire. Iniildin
Two of our entrances are decorated
with arches of grain, grasses, and
cotton that aro quite t ci'iii. Ail
Kbout. t he exhibit me Hti'Cutuei'H mid
tlags with tln words 'C'lathuui" on
them, that add gi cut ly to the atliact-
(let. .id! h. lvcness i. t In scene. In on corner J uiu sure ho lias done the party a
" ;ilst, is a rustic spring that looka quite derided fond, lie buried niougre!
Nov. 1st. natural. Nearthf centre is u pyramid ism. never to be resurrected in this
iiiinle ot corn, wheat, oats, cotton and
In the Hirriciiltural nart of the ex
i -i .. .
ham. H. .I. l'owci! and John Smith,
In the housekeepers' deiiart ment is
an attractive display of canned fmiis.
and v'getal)ie:t, evapos at?d friul. pre-
serves. jol!ies, ,Vc. Here also may
be ieeu 1 kinds of wine made by
Mrs. Mack Hryan. Thu exhibit .if
limbers cm lain Hi varilies. chieily
furni'-lieil liy Cnpt. .JoliuVi. Juyhir.
in ores Hint muieials may tie seen
granite, saud.sloiie. iron ore, oojiper,
coal, soapstone, sl-ite. wlielslollAs. tVe.
In lauev articles our fair cnuntv-
women have done I heir county much
honor. i he chief atnaetion of the
out ii K.xpo.s.iiiu is Mis. Jackson's
moss pie! lire ot I he ci Mill. Among
other articles are a shuck hat made
by Miss Ueiinana l'o.ei: touiy 12
years o'.di. a stra.v bat by .Master
Holier! Hobersoii touiy In veal s oldi,
a houie-uuide carpet by Mrs. Wiuis
Wi.son, a beautiful handmade nig
bv Mrs. Abbe Yates, a inranud of
artiiieial ilower-i by Mis. Deiis in. a
ci oss of the same by M.ss Hi I a Ibitch.
a (pii.t by Miss i 'ora lioouuigel l;t
years), home made b-aukel by Mrs.
Nancy Hrown, homespiin cioth by
Mrs. Alfred Self, wi.low baskets by
Miss I'.mi.y H:dd.e. si.k ipiiit by
Miss ( 'an te Patmi. sidv quilt and lace
handkerchief by .Miss Lucy (i.irred.
worstcil ip.iilt by Miss Minnie Alwntt-r
(ageil Id ycai '-.). sixteen speeinu iis
of lace by Misi Maiv I'.. Atwaiei
laged H ea:si. piuu burr and shuck
liaske.s by two illt.e daughters oi
Mr. J. M. Distiiukes. kuii mats bv
Mis. Kveiiiie .Vision laged 7s years),
fancy kiiii -stockings by M-i S. ,i.
iinld.vili. sidv einbr idered stoek:iigs
and towel by M . Ii. U. Imie. haa I
euibroid.'ie.l coverings for a tone,
set bv .dis, S.ulie llattis, hand em ,
broidered lalile cove.' bv Miss Annie
ion. embroidered char
v Mi.s-i Fannie Iti a.i.'ii.
infants handsome dresses by Mrs. I.
N. Alwater and Mrs. J. '.' Tuylor,
fancy hair v...rk bv Mis. il l', ibow. .
child's knii sl.ins by Mrs. K. '.
At water, knit iaco rolu bv Mj.s M.
V. Alwater. knit caps by .Mrs. Laura
I b; ne and M
1'. H. Womaclc. knit
mats by M
pliie li.li r J
we.rvbv M.s. M.S. ihvan.
I pa': as. i i s!a:d by M.-s
aen. aitiiiciii. ilowers bv
Mrs. D, . ii.ldd. iiiso e.ll iaiil
gi.e.vu. spun and l.iii- in v
h i! ham.
unman ii.ur ilowers hy .wis. i a.
i'ys ir. pictille of pressed glasses by
Miss Cai l ie Jackoii, sainp.es ,i si k
raised, spun and woven by .Mrs. Ahoy
Howciis "(ilyeais ago. a wreath of
I dried wild ilowers by Mis-, .Mary
.Taylor, cabinet of scroll work by
Mi.ssS-i.Iy Hill, hand p.iiuicd iainlu e
piin by .Mis. it. A. London, hand
painted chair by Miss Dixie Leach,
oil paintings by Miss Nome Alwaier.
Miss Cai l ie liu ie. Mi s. W L. London.
Mrs. 11. A. Loudon. Mis. Camilla
Hid. and Miss Dii( L ach, erayon
.hawings by Misses Dixie Leach.
Mamie Mooie. L.ila FoiisliiH'. Jnua
I'ynniu and Katie Denson, cotton
liguicj ami a painting of Con federal e
lings by Aii'-i. Jackson. :i picture frame
ina-.le of leaiitel ilowers by Mrs. L.
H Hyiilllil, pictures of tiie deuioi'l atic
candidates in Ai t Composite frames
by Mrs. Laura Home. A;c . Vc
lucre is a very interesting coitee-
old relics ami curiosities,
I hem being Lit! years old.
Tin- visitor must be sure to sen ih.iui.
Also a collection (if over 100 kinds of
birds' eggs by Master Le.' Deiisnn.
The IL mint Manufacturing; Com
pany has. i large and crc.it laii.e exhibit
of sheei iugs and yarns. Mr. T. H.
Wouiack's map of the county well
repays a close inspection. lui we
must desist from any further at tempt
to eiiunicraic the unifies composing
our county's wonderful exhibit, every
body must see it for himself or h.T
.se.f.' And for the benefit of our
Chatham readers, who wiii visit the
Hpo.siiiou, wo would s.ate I lint (he
passenger train stops at tic (exposi
tion grounds both in going to and
coming from Ualcigh, so that you i
need not iro into Haiciedi at ait if vo.t ;
it,,l spending oni v one .lay. but
we would advise all to remain two
tlays at least. There is no troub e
in obtaining good board in Ha'eigu
at from ."51 to Sli a day. Thu main
building is kept open until S o'clock i
at night, and is brilliantly illuminated
with electric lights. j
Sjieaking at Os'iiiul.
Osuoon. N. C, Oct. U.h, ISH4
Mil. Kiu roii: Our ('lub met at
Osgood last Saturday to hear the
gentlemen who were invited toad
dress us on that occasion. Owing to
the nearness of the candidates speak
',., th.-r.. u, t.n.v n snian iin.nb.u-
ami Hiteiesteu wmi me
. . . l r . 1 . I .
sieeches ol' M.-ssis. Wouiaek ainl
Ualdwin. Mr. Wom.icU ie I oil in n.
well-timed and suited speech, to
which every one seemed to listen with
hit ei est and sati.sf.ieiiou. He dis
cussed the ditiereat jin.i'ieai iue.-
tiolis ot' til-' .!:'' With e.ert -s. mi l
no one could fail to see M;. Wo.na k
has a icit uiaey suds! nUia liieinis
... . ::;:'
ij. -..s. . .
: win was mil o.luced to tlio croud by
one of the ('ii'.b. We noticed tluo
tls.' undiciico was pleased with the
itinn. even beloi'c In; had said
Wold. His speech was just the
speech t ph ue. iti:. rue! and satisfy
everyone. .Mr. Jialdwin, though a
young liiaii. shows tlio politician
cieallv. lie made fur iiiui.scii" inasiv
ii iends w ho luav nevei
poll unity to speak to hitn again, and
i'owil !!' u:i. Although Mr. Jialdwiu
is from another county (Ouiil'ol'dl he
wmi'il do toe 1 eiiioeratie cause a
decided benefit anywhere he goes in
"iir county. Out t'luli keeps grow
ing: men who never look any inter
et in polities arc opcuiv dcciuiiug
t Iieir intent inn lo vole I he 1 euiocra.
ticket om and out. 'A v do iioUmeu j
io be fi mud w ant inir wiu n t iic "i b u-
tiai Hod is called'" Hoping the
cause oi I )i iiiocracy. the ioo ol a
wlnto man's country and harmony in
th- party wid coin mue to grow, "and
a -land ictor in No cuibe'i to ciown
our ei'foi ti.. i am Vouis i .-peci fu.iv.
A No! ed ( aj.i me.
A despatch lioin Wal.rluuy. Con
Tlie "nuked luaii," a famous mys
terious individual of this vicinity,
who has fright em..,l woiueli and eliii
dlea by Ills oeca-l'Uial sudden ap
piaanee to tiieia while I ravelling l:ie
ioad a ong the Nauganick rive,, south
oi I liis cdy. has iiein rapt lll'ed. m l thus
wits ended tin. mystery of many years.
All previous e!!...its to capture I he
mail or to discover h:s identity had
t.ui.-d, a.tiio.ign the cnmuitiiiity was
ihoroiighiy aious.-t. He proved to
lie Kdwai d I Hal li.ld, a wed known
iiu'dwright. lie V. .i. never suspected,
and his actions ale considered uuac
coiiniab e. i iis w i.'e and family air
highly respeete. ihs e.inlnrc doe,
ii.va;. vv it n a ioi'g .standing nuisance
ami lei I oi .
their Slate tie!,
iov. i nor ; one
t "a rn nia I'. pub'iivins
I lim-e negroes i.;i
: o::e for l.ieiiien ini
i 'i S.-Cl'i tal'V .i Sl.l.e
and one for S -1 1 i
In- I lis! i llcl ion.
i n leudeiit of Pub
When the s:u-. i o s of the Grm-lv :
exp di iou catiu-lioiue it was found
that the maps showing their explora
tions bo. e. anion.;' the name, giv u
to iiew.y dl-eoveled places, that oi
Ifov.gale. Tile t bet is of this Wo:
thy had not been disMveied when
i hey set out for ia-ly FialikMti Hay.
lto.vgiie's name has now been
eruse l !': mi I I'.i n ips by order of '
tiie Chief Nigii.ti ('iHrer.
Sine.' July !Mli drought has pre
vailed in Ivist i eime.isee. North
Georgia and North A.abauia. the
regum ..f which Cii.it laiioogu is the
ceittie. and a.i iarniitig ini et e..' s al e
se imis.y impel il.e l. :t:td illl.e - i t iiel'e
IS l.iill soon tiie res et wi.l b" dis
astrous. Gi aing iands ai e burned
up and creeks are dry. Tiie Te.:
tie .see river at thi. point is within
three inches, (f the lowest point ever
(-it last Friday morning there was
a heavy frost in imitheui New Y.uk
and ic formed lia fau inch ihick.
G. W i'd. Ai ml'e.-iil. of Greens .
I) .in', lias jllst ret limed from New:
Y'ork vv idi a full and c unplete line of
all Kiyles of Fall and Winter clo: h
ing, hats, boots and rho. s. a i l the
finest illie of Dry (roods and Notions
ever olt'end in GleeHsb.uo'. The
Jobbing I )epari ment i- also complete,
and in chant s wi:l I'm 1 1: to tht'r
iu.eresl to sc" this slock. Give him
W. Ii. Wakelield .X Co.. of ( ireem
born", N. ( '.. de;i'C! s in I lai d ware and
Machinery, invite the cilieus of
Chat ham tn examine th. ir la'ge and
complete stuck, which wi'd ho so.d ,
astonishingly low. Their Waket'u-.d
Cook tst ove is t he nicest a. I.I quick
est baker on t he :n :i le i Agcliis fur
Wad-.worl!:. Mai il ie .V Lai gu 'uf
Pare Prepared Paints, on; gallon
The merchants of Chatham will do
well to call and see or send their or
del s lo Greensboro' to I he old reliable
iious. of J. W SCul I' .V CO.
N.hI.vs ..f .i-illis iiii't li-.'i'Tl.-t.'s ti,4..riu.l
AVItM'. Nnr Mil.
.... V VM'i A VIA I . S'
o.'iil, it.'-i aiteti' .'. j
..I, . ii Hi.-1 HI: Ins!. .:
..f Mr. .in 1 Mis. til..
T 21 KAii-.iu'x.
Iil'...-.r.l Inl I'lll' liltlMl.l. i.y
W V A I'T .V T A Y LO It.
II III II I. II- A I o'i'l ,s.it Kiell VMS
N.i. 1-: .Selllil f i..- Mill! Il St.,
IS.vi.m N. C, .:. .t U ten.
l Ol'lllS M.Vi.Kl.l:
i ; I,,.m- Mi. Mini:,
Win ll !
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J luaii.' Iii I in "i J il
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rt-;i-"iiuni-. ii.r'.isii i I'
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int.. n lill
I hi. I -.vel ci.
J. J 1 1.01 M.S.
COME AM) LOOK!!
(baud Inhibition of
STAPLE A.N1J FANCY.
Will open this HAY mid eoiitinue
for a lll .NDiiKU DAYS AT
Honrs upeji Daily. Ad. nil lance
Free. No 1-All a I 'halge foi Hesel t tl
My campaign as the
III.-! cnillllk lie. .1, .Old we ci l:tld"iit ' y
ajipi ;! to tin- mi inlii i of every part
on b --half of nut .l,-r,!i'-. as vi-ry pur
baser of goods, is fully prot- ele.! : as
nir .-.'.si. in j:ti iiantt i s to every buy; :
the wolili nt tin 11' in.iiiev.
trr COWF, AND IIXAMINi: MY
STv)l."K am! you will llle! it
LAIMH. WKLL ASS. )KTi:i)
in every depart ment of almost ev er ,
thing ill tiie way of (i n.ds that ale
HE? ADD D&iBAM
Many lie-.v a, id beaut .!' ;! stvle.. of
from course to iinc rvi;i.ns: a-i wclHi
SILKS, SA'I JNs AND
Ail of which will
ally lo.v pin es. A i
these goods lull.--: ,i
doi.': i,:i t lira
I W ili he sold
TOO C1IMA!' Ml sl' (ii)
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m j.,..,ni,. r is, l-'i. C-.
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ti. -J, i!.i rtl:i h
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V:ti tic: I'.ari.
A . ( 1 1 .'. l!-si. ly
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l SAI.F, - ON
vt. 1 vwti s I! e
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irirr u nownv.
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hi rvio in
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Br. A. IIOLTflli'S
01S T U JXT !
I.I-IIS. I lllllll HI'S
.'IPli.-s, l.'t'riC' -I I "' ''!
' .m.-l H" i'!s "'I' rim
ts'iit. inii-r if-
j .. i and V .North Hay Struct.
IN RSABSNE3S FOR
I havo just returned from the (.'( li
tres of the Dry (h (..! t' lV.de mid have j
used :i.i utmost j-rei-i.-.i-.n i.-id can fill
ii.ss in iiiiil.ii. y inv i'iiil selections.
and now elubil a large ii'.sort ment of
new tabiies. styles and patterns, to
which are added day by day new j
i.ods as they entei the nwrkct. '
this si !i-,o.i. as in tin. past, can bet
ciili.i-till, relied upon as Liang the
lowe.si. mi. 1 ii visit to our establish .
nn et invariably protitaL-ie.
liH 11 LI.CK SATIN 1!H ADAMKS,
il.vld. il-'jr., vl i'i jr :!.
fof I;MI) sAI IN UIIADAM1S :
In i.i '111' l.-tu-s, i.'i.:... it mi. n. '.'". I' l' fin''!.
lil.Ai'K Li;()('M)K W')YK. SILK
VT I. VI '.!;.
;: '... f j.rui, f'-."i. i i' r ynr.l
r.i: )c !)i: whmk tsii.K vi.i.
tu :': ii.:- i..
j;i.i !; M-a ' '. i !' It K s TINS.
31 .", H r,:. -. c-t y ii 1
p.ru ' --IL!.' Si.TINS
lii ii " 'I..- ' i'-'-'. -I.'i ' l '"i. M '.'. !.:.'' i !
. W' lONM !'.;( i.". I KSA TIVS.
ill i.a .-It.- - - M...- .hue,. Ii'.v -f:ii i-r
.1:) I'lLi'KS (il.'iiS CI.'AIN coLoi:
Ii: nil : Ui'i : ' il !". ' .!" t"'i vur:
i: I ii'.ci:-; i'i t !: oims oiiAl.. .
I.. '.::lil -Iir- ' rr '.
...tl-l -..I t.-l .-.-11-
HYC'.M 'l.''l IJ.
ail slut . s.
in Hi l- 'vil N CLOTH.
.v'l IN J-.i t Kl'.ON .i.
:ll Ii . I
I ; ; A I I A Li CLOT il.
ri'.l'Ni'H AHMV CI.'HH.
I'LANN I'f. s-lTTP-OS.
't'iie-e : .1- i-'i'lese-t ev rvthilig
m -a- in the v.av ci' N"Vei!ii -. in I 'res.
i i." d...
An .!ii-uri..is-i .1 colleeiioii of
I'.I.I'.U "r CLOAKS.
IM'sslAN i !::."( LMJs.
NI'.'.V M .l Kill's.
-Hn-.il nil. I ...mi--I-...I I.-
. ..! -!.. ii ii. I ii.-n,-. .!!.-
FRAN Is. W. THORNTON.
7 and '.I y-.rth tl-iv St .
!' YKTTI'.VI Lid'.. N. C.
...-I. i. s-l. .11.
&isnKk(! irmn the
S 4 55 BllVw
ANI H K i'i;.i:l':i
are reeslel (o
pttt.' n.in ctpTi T-t
UUitii AliiJ iJi-iij Ui
ISvesa If we
urn sell vo?s we
wiii XiM hi
the low prieeis
e are osseriiip;
sroods as low as
vim be Inmzhi
any where lor
he C A S S 1 .
vkn im aeiv
vois can eall for.
T tll'.Si: (ionjis 1IAVK LKl'.N
l'.(I'(iin L(W ANI WILL ;
iu: soLn very low for
N'. ) Tie 'i'.LK TO SHOW GOOfiS
; .' f L W.i" CAN SAV S Tf -CGMi:
;ANJ sfiB IIS" AN'I) WE W1L1.
PI!VL V.'flAT wr SAY.
LKMLMr.Kti Til:- PLACI' Is
w r i ( v w r v
, W . 1j. f,W'MiO.
, PitLs'iiot o', ,s, f,r. Irt,
W. L & R. S. TUCKER is CO.,
ramioh, w. c,
; Aid. Now OPEXIHd THEIR
FALL & WINTER
STOCK OF GOODS.
im:ss oooDs. calicoes,
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS,
J'diO. AND ULKA. DOMESTICS,
I 'LA IDS, N'.ltVALLS,
I'Kr.N KS, CAia'KTINGS,
LOOTS AND SnOES.
As!, for any in tide kept in a iirst-clast
Dry (b.ods Store and you will
be sutti to find it.
Thanking the j.-ood people of Chat
ham for their past patronage, wo
licit a further continuance of tilt)
W H. & U. S. TUCKER &. CO,
si ;.t: .:,ir II. si.
I'i Last ILtrgettand 208 Wilmington
LALLKUI, N. C.
Fall and Winter
IT CONSISTS OF
ill iOTS AND SHOES.
HATS AND CAPS,
, C.)ATS' COTTON,
a'nl all other "nnils fouud in a first
cla.-s Whole-ale Dry Goods Houae,
This stuck is the largest ever shown
eie. an I pries an-. is low as the same
roods can be biiuirht iii Northern
.to lots VM W0OLLC0TT.
s. .. :l.r II, s,.
CTB 10 HI
siloi 1.1) CALL ON
S3orgo T. Stronach,
N . ti Mu "in s:i-,.,i,
N 'i M ekci :m I Muiilu Siiis'Ih,
' I H-:..n, t-.. mi ti li.i,U 1 lmv ..my o
'''' ", ' s'-' ii:,-:c iny .I'I sl'.ri' hii.1 I will
I ...i.li ili, !.i-kiiii' -,. uniKln
: "ii i--ii.. is i .n.i in iIh-'.I'Ii-ii iimi-ii. wlitMi
I -.!.!. I.:i l:. -iii I ..iir slmri ..1 111., fuu.
" 'l'.- I.IIV -:"' l. "I ln-!lvyi;-.iiTi-i.H.
300 l.bls. Pno-iir. ISfl annlra
o.i Lois. Molasses, :.
tic rcps of Lard. 200
bbls. Flour. :t(MM lbs. Hams,
MEAT, MEAL, Etc ,
75 te Te!-5a)O00Ciiars,
i la a i r than the cheajiest, etc.
t'bii'I'.S Ci nUKNT SKNT ON A P
PLICATION. nr l!t.: oi. SioKr. under charge of
i- i i ; i u. ;it; I U" -in i-vt-ry itU", am omh-
! i ii.'l'' ! ) 'ilh C llit -L'i-4 ..( t holllt
SM I- i;i .(!. (.KI. HAMS.
It.'M'h, . ,tMVi l-iwin v.. iHH.U ami HIIAKK
i ! 1 1 i i;i i r-. tii i ..iir i i.s, at.- iikfii "f ly
mi -- ' . ' -'. iji fisi on the Kjih-iuii niurkfi,
t l-dt'iv ;ti.- ir Mi-'M. ;i !- t.lii ctilliv si.it'kHll
L i in-: 1 1 .utvi,?4-.'.i tu vt iirsr irtt, ism.
' I.-!, '(in.
While in Kalcidi
The Square Dealing
Clotlini and Sloe Honse,
I. M. lioseiibauin's old stand,
N 1 iti.-i- l aii-ai vliii. mi'! ll.'irui'U mnoiii,
Where you ill lind a large ami well
assorted stock of
. C'S Si.ML S2ZCB3,
- , . .
" , l ,ow,'i I,r"''H thm "7 ,her
Ho 1 ,n tu Slttte
j CALL AN'i) BE CONVINCED,
1 &..i.:.-iu.4r25, mm. am.