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STATE OHEOmOLB, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10.
1LVLEIGI1 IS BRIEF. LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND AUOUND THE CAPITAL. Short. Item of 1wm Gathered on Hip I'ly by the Chronicle's Jteportcrs. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. Henry Thoavpson, a Farmer of JJar ton's Creek "lownship, Swallows an Ounce of Laudanum. At 12 o'clock Saturday night Henry Thompson, a farmer of Barton's Creek M. ..V 1 lownsnip, wno naa oeen m town since Dl"" .y morning ,nd. ho had indulged very heavily in strong drink, walked id to iviayor mompson aid not hold any court yesterday. Ho was kept at home by sickness All tho Ilebrew business houses in the city were closed yesterday in observance of tho Jewish .New year. A ho Chamber of Commerce meets the police station house, and in a dazed manner told Sergeant Woodall (showing an empty bottle) that ho had just taken an ounce of laudanum. Tho officer did not of course believe the m:m, but as ho started to leave arrested him to make in- to-night. Come out and hear the reports quiry concerning thrnmatter, which pres on railroads, etc. The meeting will important.and if thepeople will unite for some good and energetic work, some- ining can do none, uomo out every body. Dr. M. W. Alston, who graduated at bhavv Univcrsty with tho highest honors, carrying cfi" nearly all tho medals, has loaned in Kaloigh to practice medicine. He is colored man of character, educa tion and industry and will commend himself to tho people of his race. COM IN U AND GOING. Home of The Folks Yon Know and Their Doinss. Mr? J. B. Neathery is homo from Buf falo Springs. Thompson until Misse3 Lula and Evie Ellis are home day' morning, condition ence of mird and determination on the part of the officer saved tho man's life. Upon questioning him as to where ho got tho laudanum, ho said at King & McGee's. An officer was sent there with the bottle, properly labeled, aad ascertained that about two hours beforo he had sold a man tho bottlo full of laudanum. It was then ascertained that in W. H. Ellis's barroom, Thompson had really drank the laudanum. By this time Thompson was showing strong effects of the poison and Dr. G. A. Itenn was found, who began to work upon him, and with the assistanco of the po lice force Thompson was kept on the move. About 3 o'clock Dr. W. H. Bab bitt was called and the two physicians and four or five others worked on 9:30 from a visit to Charlotte. Kov. Dr. Thoma3 E. Skinner has re turned from Cleveland Springs. Miss Mollie E, Nottingham ha3 re turned homo from Columbia, S. C. Mr. N. B. Garrett, of Waycross, Ga., a Raleigh boy, is in tho city on a visit. Mrs. C. E. Lougee has returned from Durham where she ha3 been visiting her son, air. ueorge lougee. Goo. G. Martin of this city has gone rvinmt,:. CJ "I 1 i l . . iw vuiumuin, o. v., wutro no nas a sit- uauon in me railroad shops. Mr. J. A. Moseley, of the dry goods una oi aicKimmon, MoseJey and McGee, has returned from the northern markets. Mr. D. Y. Cooper, of Henderson, was in the city yesterday and received a cor dial welcome from hia friends. lie is a great business man. If- A Tl T-l i . - . Air. iv. .a. rowier arrived m the c tv yesterday, after a pleasant trip to Meb- uusviuo ana omer points ou the K. & D. n. i;., visiting relatives and friends. Air. r. A. Carter and Mrs. Carter ar rived in the City Vostcrdav from an ox. tended tour of the South and West, and are at Mr. F. O. Moring's, on Blount sireci. - .... . Airs. A. h. White and Miss Lucy White, wife and daughter of collector wnito, who have been visiting relatives in icxas ana mo Northwest, returned nome yesterday. Jack Adams, who has been absent from tho city for tho past three months, has just returnoa irom an extended trip through the southern, western and normorn cities. o'clock Sun- when he was in a condition to leave in the hands of friends to keep him awake. Yesterday morning Mr. Thompson was on the street and said his treatment was pretty rough but it had saved his life and in tho future he would drink no more liquor and he had had about all he wanted of laudarum. He was very grate ful to all who had worked so hard to save his life, and had he not been drunk he certainly would not have put them to tho trouble. REIDSVILJLE NEWS. (Special Cor. of State Chronicle.) KEIDSVILI.E, N. J., Sept. 15, 1890. The farmers of this section are indeed encouraged over the prospects and out look for a big yield of tine tobacco and high prices. The tcbacco crop has been nearly ail wo could vhli it to b?; it : prooaby tnc finest crop raised in this .rt of the country sinci tho war. For th-i past fivo or six years the tobacco crcp here has b?en a failure, and now" tha. it u an assured fact that we wiii make largo crop or -- cnange, Trinity College. (Kalcigh Cbristhvn Advocate.) Tho Goldthwaite Geographical Ex- New York City, has presented tho school of Political Science at Trinitv College with an enormous wall map of niu liinruaus oi mo united states. Large accessions have been made to certain classes of book3 in the Library. The uomaua ror college dormitories is as ever far in exce?s of the supply. Amon the recent gifts to Trinitv rrJwQ Durham, i3 a cash one sufficient to build auu equip a nrst-class school of mechan ical engineering, for the special purnoso or training young men for the professions piucucai macninist3, electrical engi- uwih auu master mechanics. This school will havo a four years' course of aiuuy ana snop work. Some Church Notes. There were two baptisms at the Bap tist Tabji-ucle on Sunday. A collection was taken in the First Baptist church for colportage, and the amount realized properly credited. The series of protracted meetings in Central M. E. church will continue through this week. There was never greater. interest shown in any meeting in this church than in this one. All the ser vices are attended by largo congrega tions. There were two accessions to the church membership on Sunday. Many penitents surround the altar, and num bers of people are asking for prayer. Pastor Nash is conducting tho meetings. His sermon Sunday night on "Com and go with us and we will do thee .rood " was a powerful and eloquent plea to the unconverted. More than a score of pen itents were at the altar, and others asked for prayers. The meetings continue. . The County Commissioners. rr i t e . . iU? ooara or county commissioners met in special session yesterday. As, per instructions issued by the boar b us mst meeting, the Sheriff of the county, appeared before it and offeree his ompial bond which had been strfiT.rrfc. TV .1 . 1 i .... . . D uueu auu venneu. me board niw wow, auu iub tax lists rnr Ni I wpto vvvviV turuea over to the Sheriff. No Water. ;ood tobacco, and the probability is that it will sell for good prices, our peop-e very naturally feel in good spirits. It is curing up bright. Never did uh farmers have more favor able wcatn.;r for curing their tobacco than they have had so far this fall. RekTsvilla is making big preparations to handle tho large a me ant of tobacco that will bo handled here next year. All .C i.1 i ui ware-nouses i0 t quipped Wltn a live set of men who know the business and will push it. The chamber of com merce and tobacco board of trade, re cently organized and incorporated, are doing all tcey can for the benefit of the market here. New buyers will be on the market, new leaf houses and factories will be opened up, our manufacturers will buy and work much more than they ever did before. One large manufact urer states he will buy three times as much tobacco next year as he has ever bought in any previous year. Keidsville now has two large factories that work each over a million pounds annually and many smaller ones. Two new cigar factories aro to be among the improvements in the tobacco line. A big trade will be done here next year and the readers of the Chronicle may look for a boom in Keidsville. It is bound to come. Rev. A. McCullen, who went to Mis souri last year to preach, will move back to North Carolina this fall. He will re ceive a warm welcome. Weather Report. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 83; minimum temperature 08; rain fall, 0.0G. Local forecast for Raleigh and vicin ity to-day: Fair weather, slighly war mer. J When people went to their water fau auu lurceu mem yesterday no water flowed from them. It was practical! v a dry town again. Inquiries as to the cause n W ...... ) A . j .1 auo-.vcu mat tno mam w;itn- r.i ourst at a point near fhf wrv w.iro I - - w i WL-VA. UU1AO plait. me WOI'K Ot remit-in-.' will ha J.. i 1 I ".-) iuuuctea as speedily as possible. res . Engagement Cancelled. The engagement of tho McNish Com edv (Inmnonv .rv.:u a i j mivijj,, nuiuu as to nave ap peared hero this week, has been cancel led. A telegram received here yester day announced that McNish. tha larl. ing man, had been 1 i ' v jv VUiii J CX. Li V Married. Wasiiwgtox, Sept. l5.Forecast for isorth Caro ma and Virfin,-o. t?:- .i joweu oy light local showers in rmrth. wa ,ast inursday morning Miss Dorsip cm Virginia, stationarv daughter nf fill V f Atrnr- y- -. "If r southeasterly winds. chen Hamnr wa i,on I , ucjjjiij, uaucu in mar- nage to Mr. J H. Cox, one of Raleigh's fill narotifiol n.l : -a"" On Sundav mornin a by the Rev. Mr. Tavl or Tim l,v,u an attempt was made to burglarize thl cressed flowers t . I ""x uisjEircux. Hill PVovTrt j. resiuoncoof Mr. R. 0. Redford. The burglar or burglars began their opera tions on a window blind, evidently hop ing to effect an entrance that way. Thev got ono of tho blinds off and accidentally dropped it. The fall made a big dattei ur. ueuiora. lie got up to inptigate matters and his movements which were hrartl hv u ' were iifard hv fho ...... miw iu ciear ine short order. premises in mm a - juiip io cnbarriH Comity Fnir-Con-cord, N. C. Tho Richmond ami Danville railroad will eell parties attending the Cabarrus County Fair, tickets to Concord, N. C and return, at tho following rates for the round trip from points named Tickets on sale September 29th to Oc- ? CL?.d,JKS? UDtiI ana deluding Octo ber 4th, 1890. b wVV Coharl0tte. 5; Grcensborol .50. Winston-Salem, 2.00; Durham, 2 60 Raleigh, a 20; Selma, 3.80; Goldsboro, 4.20; Henderson, 3. GO. ' Rates from intermediate points in same proportion. onic. NoA riogUlafnTetLnof RaIei Chapter No. 10, will bo held to-night at 7-ii o'clock. The Most Excellent Master's UriT ryal Ar-Cb de8fee3 will U Si! to"ttond earnestl' "quested W. II. Af U.S. TUCKER & CO. Artistic Furniture. In chairs, hall stands, bric-a-brac stands, music racks, ladies' desks, &c tho most desirable styles, in various woods. Those intending to make gifts are invited to see this department. W. H. & R. 8. Tuckie & Co. evergreens, and every thin went. Qa merry as a marring hpii m . Gazette. "fliwu Died. nf thVileSer8, rfreived here yesterday of tho death of Mr. Jos. Blake, at his nome in House's Creek to l a . . t "&cu SG years. lie died insf oa ab;Je, P; the earth. He was a valued good mln nelg br and a Ueful and The First of the Season. nnnn' ii S,chvIartz yesterday paraded upon the streets ten of the finest beef cattle ever brought to this market These cattle will bo butchered as the de mands of tho market require, and will 10 K to ,MS cust0ers at from 6? 8 10 to 12.J cents per pound at his estab lot ser h lur. hfihwiirt? lion . tv. of. doWn mutt01 whici he will at torn 8 to 12 per pound. Give Q a CtAL sept 12-tf LATE NEWS ITEUS. Dr. D. lleid Parker, of Trinitv Col lege, gave us a call to-day. Ile fn contemplating starting an Alliance new, not from him, that the "Rubicon is already crossed. "-Greensboro Work nf ThoWhf MB-h0Wn thl5 morning the plan ?f Proposed to be erected SiXM The Piedmont Safe De Ma ' Thert? iCmpa?y f Bo5t oTnV 5 plan sbows a handsome five story building of brick and granite The lllrVe leaf right th" dol! hi that the same company has offices in Boston and London and am llion dollars here. Let the good work go on.-Greensboro Patriot! Mrs. Nannie Burwell Hay. Special Cor. of State Ciionicle The announcement of the death of this beloved and accomplished lady has al ready been made in these columns, but such an event deserves more than a pass ing notice. T 1"sHay was the second daughter of John B. Burwell, Esq., so well known in uui city antt tor ate as the successful Prin- wpaiui feftce institute, and wife of our ebieemeu ieilow townsman. Mr. Walter iia'1 bixe was born in Charlotte, but most of her life had been spent in this city. Alter completing the course at Peace institute and engaging in teaching, she studied music and art in Boston under the p:t masters. Possessing a good mind and inheriting practical common sense and en ergy, she made faithful use of her oppor tunities and developed into a useful and accomplisned woman, competent and cul tivated, an ornament to society, and a charming and helpful addition to" any cir cle. Iler connection with Peace Institute gave her an extended acquaintance throughout tho State and the South, am! the eyes of many a Peace girl will moisten and grow dim with tears aud precious re coneciions as they read the sad tidings of her early death. & In person and manners Mrs Hay was charn i g and attractive. IJer native 00d sense ana happy disposition were reiined by her sincere Christian experience, and her character was ennobled and purified by grace. Earnest and straightforward she entered into her Christum duties with z.al and intelligence. Her places i Abe bund ay-school, m church and in the choir were always filled, and how sorely missed hencetorth they mut be. She was a de voted and useful member of the First, Presbyterian church. She was married most, hfirmiw THE y0IlLD1S C0MMESCS. New Youk, September 15. Messrs. Hubbard, Price & Company, in thoir cotton circular to-night say : The threatened frost of Saturday did rot materialize to-day, although the rumor of the possibility was sufficient to ad vance Liverpool two points this morn ing and create a responsive improve ment of about four points in this mar ket. Trading in September assumed rather more prominence to day, and that position sold at one time at thirty-two points premium oq October, but reacted about fifteen points on the arrival cf about 2,500 bales of new cotton here. Receipts continue large, and as long as tight money necessitates their immedi ate sale the market is hardly likely to show any great buoyancy. Receipts at the ports estimated at 36,000 bales, against 23,048 bales last week, and 27,829 bales last year. Spot cotton market is quiet and firm at unchanged quotations ; middling uplands 10 1-4; sales 200 bales. There has been sold during the past week and not before reported 415 bale3 for spinning, and 1,170 for export; total 1,583 bales. Transactions in futures 73,000 bales. Futures closed steady as follows: September 10 45 4G October 10 2324 November 10 1819 December 10 1819 January 10 2021 Februarv 10 2527 March.." 109-31 April io 35 3G May 10 4849 June 00 0000 Total sale3 of futures 28,400 bales. Cotton. City. Galveston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia Bavannah, New Orleans Mobile, Memphis, Augusta, Liouiaville, St. Louis, - Sale 643 1107 1300 1750 500 10t 750 Tone. I Mk't Quiet Stea dy Dull Steady Firm Firm Steady Steady Quiet Easy Firm Dull Steady 9 3-4 10 1-8 10 3-8 10 11-16 9 7-8 11 3-4 9 3-4 9 7-8 9 3-4 10 0-0 9 13-16 10 1-4 9 15-16 Kct- 8130 2563 730 7 2650 7753 S829 1408 641 1491 264 Ex. 4925 147 In Liverpool spot cotton was steady; middling uplands 5 13-16-J; sales 10,000 bales. Futures closed steady as follows: 5 42 W. II. & It. S. TUCKER & CO. High (irade Pottery. Hungarian, Moorish, Royal Worcester, Dresden, &c, comprising greatest va riety of novTel shapOH ad a wide range iu prices. T. II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. DK. M. W. ALSTON Offers his professional services to the citi zens ot llaleigh and vicinity. Office at Shiw University, Medical Dormi tory. (sepl6-lw Wood ! Wood ! 2r AA CORDS PINE WOOD FOR mUU Sale at $2.00 per cord delivered. sepl3-2mos li. F. CHEATHAM. Auction Sale. WE WILL SELL AT AUCTION, COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT, 15TH, At II o'clock, the remainder ot the stock ot KTorris & Carter, CONSISTING OF DRV GOODS. NOTIONS, &G. BUTTER, SALT; SALT, BOTiEi tho Jrtrnv.,., , out according to -"rt 'it arrnal" this is .ih.e preserve butter at'ai i 1 Jt: oM.l aL.?-d, r,t Many people are under uat sau is aaaed to uuttt Honie does not imtia.rta - liuuuu iidiiir if .1 ...juwuiio lUiejlill T71'itf 1 ftvnr -in,! V.s T. ,.luJl ine nvsn butter i.1 i . . me i)v?8u outrer, tree the p. ssnjie rrom all in it. tee rounding atmosnhprp th pure as possible; pack a tight packages as possible, and if a cool place. Of course the butt efcp i' be made ot wholesome milk f J; rV ' cows, red on wholesome food nli,- water, and kept in cleanfst T & aired quarters. These a e thl i 111,1 knovn for making fine-ilavor "ii keeping butter. Xo other kfi 1 ought to or need be made 1 ot b uanges injUri; t mg quality. rVW flavor. &s it s0 tree t ho k,,.a lO'j-- nii ... as t- :e oe&t of salt to the sn . n--' Some very desirable goods were not sold iiwi weth., ana mo laaics are especially in vi ted to attend. sepU-tf W. G. UPCHURCH, M. T. NOP.PJS, Trustees. October October and November November and December. . 5 39 bid 5 38 New York Stock Market. -, wV, -0BK' , SeP- 15 Oregon imp. l8ts 1.03.; bid. Alabama class A 103; Baltimore 107; Chicago 101: LouiHiana consols 83: rennesseo (old) 70; rorth Carolina 43 9J! North Carolina Ga 12o; South Carolina Browns 101(111 asked; Tennessee's new set OalOS; do. 5s 100; do. 3s 72; Virginia's 6s 50 bid; ex-matured coupons 0(7 55. Money closed at 3 per cent Exchange closed steady; posted rates 4.82(77,1 SoM: ac tual rates ior 60 days, 4.85 tor demand. Governments closed steadv; currency 6s 1.14 bid; 4s coup, 126 bid; 41 p 2s do. 104, bid. The Citv Cottou Market. Kaleigh, Ih. C, September 155 p. m. Mow cotton f middling) d. Market active with good demand. iipii ! illlSiijf FALL TRADE - - 1890. Ualtimore Produce Market. COTTON Closed firm ua,va J. J. .THOMAS & GO., RALEIUII, N. C, General Commission Merchants, Grocers and Cotton Sellers, T-r . nave in etore and to arrive o"Tjrr 50 up- FLOUli-Closed aetivo; Howard Btreot and ??.ni-8UVertin,e 3.003.50; do. do. extra lamily 4.00(?5.50; xtra 5.2025.40: y city winter do. 5.!0(? Gi: her year 1887. and her wedded life was f in serenest iov. She 1ovp.i mriinma nA X wifely duties, and those who entered the charmed portal of her happy home felt at one the power of the hostels, and recog- The heart of the community throbs in uuycsi sy mimuiy wiui tne younir hus . : t i " it- i miiis iuo urancis e WHEAT Southern steadv: Fult? Oi 09 Longberry 991.02; steamm' if 9 rS ! : U.-lufnTO .,...1... HI- i . v "'i wi.-a.iY,: no. winter September 9GX9S. a jwuLueiu nominal! ivii qt?-.q. Western weak: hiiyr c,1(1t 7 fc.'lJVV do. red spot and yel-low 57(?i5S and September 55 bid. rat. Closed firm; choice OATS Very firm and rennsvlvania to fancy ungraded Southern white No. 2 pork loose clear rib ;ls".fioreiy bereaved, and the beautiful 170: "i1- Western uHue ieiG motherless, and numbers of lov- Ztf! ' imxoa m, graded iutinarea and devoted friends mourn piiovisinv m i her sad decease as a personal sorrow. Yet old 19 if- ilh9 ,cd ,actlve me83 they sorrow not as those who hlvp lA Sli?;?' Pw W-7o; bulk meats, nope. Tcough so brief theearthlvl f if fx wngwoar C; was noDiy spent, crowdsd with savv p Buaf Pea shoulders 6 ijvlth the glory of doing good! smal i2U."anide i oiic lu imvea tne tootsteps of 'the MaVpr r, kf iL tai. She has passed to the nh ilSr- Ped 7. W. S Lacy. jw"10804 dull5 fair " SUTfi&T? rn j ... , Rmy V . , 8lcaay; granulated 6. rOPPPR6.61?36! i'32i October 5.47. UUlrliU Itofinnrl firm o 1 I hams, cargoes 7 - - vitg, o " HfSSyg Cloth, 30 yd bds 2. 4 New Baggmg, 50 rolls. Z " " " rn t Meat Coflbe 10,000 yds. lb. second-hand ba 3Td. rolls. 5,000 1 onn r.. it ..... OU 1,500 Bundles New Arrow Tins 1,000 " Whole and Pieced Ties i00vro . , "-. -"iK"ig lwine; also jieai, corn, Hour, Bran, Hay, Sugar, uo8fc terms. AS a UIHTOX JIAItKK'l naioign excels all. Hor Compress and nu merous puyers Lere lor ioreigu shipment and btate spinners, gives us good demand at all " ,i ?t.l r . T.aT . Prienco as Vt " wao isn to sell upon arrival .,, ----- luuum lur nigner prices, ...... ..aaak, ucoucu, iiiaive liberal cash ad- vaiic upon oiiis 01 lauiogor cotton in so-( Low rates ot interest and storage charts' J. J. THOMAS Sf CoT, 8epl4-D.tW3moS C1. Horns-made Jersey Buitt made as above mentioned Received Fresh Every K arje. Ib. EUREKA . DAIRY SALT FINEST, PUREST and BEST OF SALT FOB AND- Three Times Strength ofOrIiary saIi. $1.75 lor 5 Bush. Sack. CAR LOAD JUST RECK1VI.I, W. G. & A. B. STRONAUi aT - vm . rACTlUi; RALEIGH Three Nice U orse.s PAiri.n. . A.i.,j ., ia . -1 ----- !. Li hokse, fast Ti:yJ lKi: 1 . Two sfrictJy family LOWtl landsome. Will anywliere; not ill work doublo and afnud of btcam W. O. B. STROXACII. SPEOIAIi NOTICES. Wanted. WH1SKEY-Activeat$l.i9.' Baltimore Bond Market. nance m Chronicle U1L III I.I I I I I . . III1JI. I Tl 1. l 1 I -. . goods store. Havo bad fcZV-W: coS, L .-Virginia grocery. Address B.. j 3fc new ork Produce Market. nfnfrwr. ?'eWi cltY extras WHEAT-Closed weak; spot sales Nn red 1.02M1.04; No. 2 retTin tt ber winter Septem- W. H. & r. s. TUCKER Av CO. Fine Cassimeres. tv aic uuw suowmff Kama nt fKo ul rmv ' - productions in both fnr .V""! nOT. ' spot sales snihnt9 for. 0 UiWUl' niTOm;"ii,tr' uu- opiemoer oo jjjU AA ULICUIOU. hnleanSUppiy these SooJs and you have them made to order at much less than the usual custom prices. Mr. Jas. Bovlan will vv ih; a... III f'T I I. hlC riQvonnnl A I 1 A aaa, joyuiti ai-cemion. W. U. & R. S A Drive iu Cigars. mve thousand R. C. R and Storm) all Havana m1 "u" of fifty ono dollar and seventy five mCrir,...?" smoke, and uuuvu uoiuw iuo vaiue or tho rw?0 Eberhardt & Pescud. WAIUN BEAVERS. - 1 We Can fnrniol. l . lIV TTwn lowimr low rTrr" "Ul 111 PPtly at th, a a , iut octuiou liih nnnrrrvi nt v,; t " brand of Miohican Plnnr " ... n? Sft. Sio , which we haye just receir Tef wuu ioOperdor. r.0 oulIi on application. OUR FALL STOCK Stock's Queen. who i,o r ,i iu tuose tic o 1 1 i ii. 1 r nnn,i r, dation ' tcud uu rccommen Eberhardt & Pescud. No. 1 Tucker & Co. whiter; No. 2 mixed 'tmh I 1!)T 11 1 1 Mr AO. .flfi e8a ?1.2512.25. ber n 1 "uittugea; ucto- SUGAlt-Refined firm andin good demanrl cut loat and crushed 7.06. uemand, I I 1 M I.' Lj' Ll A. 1 . o ircoes 903 J ' -Rio -o '4 The "Boss." C. D. Boss & Son's Lnnnh at; 11, r:. cuit the best of all plain crackers? tan nneen cents. C1oa f? ... . f.ola "ftlcc lu Lne Eberhardt & Pescud. Children's r.in . of I VJTL'O The Chronicle calls attention n new ii vertisemer.t nf wM11M i Thomas & Co.. Gnproi n ' iUeiehanth. Grocer and ntf rk.i. nrrn with its eighteen ence as cotton sellers certainly stands in tho front rank. Cant,, j t 'ti, I is too well known to reo introduction in this spnUnn H- "j uiit; vV lnoropson, everv onft knotra ; hue .. e 1 ' . .1 . - " A Liu T 111 I w-- nuiu IL't:. r-u iu eeii can aepena upon fair deal- may Ula v"jpt returns, liberal advances, ana tno best nnnAo ' hands of Messrs. J. J. Thomas & Co. Carpets are Stilloomin-. When wo were adrprti at a i reduction some weeks ago. our sales were imnrpw?nnfi aJ . would have thought that our sales Vould r , r1,1 aew goods came in. But Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, 111.. September 15.WWt eaav: enm wp.it- not. v, . "f1-" 7 i f VMfU a W U. UCi III 111 I f- S 1 TPA nn ions dull. ,provis Closings: JmSrn?1-? Dmberl.01. (.OllN October 4fir iuw 01 IrOliK Sentembor sn. f..ir 12 52x wtiuuer y MayA7.i0357SeptOmber 6,22; Octobor o.nm uctober 5.32; ISTotioe of Sale. Tiv virtna if onfU:i.. Gxn,,i i; h, . "rrV;.ven ma mortgage .1"" V iU.ttUsum and wife. CLOTMtS SHATTERS recorded in the lieVwr ? county, in Book 10P.. Mi t CU1 V.aK SatnHo. l,nmu 'J'"6" "x Will Sdl on . .. Y"' , -orusi COllecn I SlrsHSM J" Ml Bro Sec'y and Treas. lizrtZ Nashville Produce Markpt Nashville, Tenn., Sept 15 Wf Mt , white milling 58. easy; --rj laiUllll said mortgage, which here'bv ?efS??ri 1 aatjRrtnftiiiu nr.fi,., A?.. ere"y reierred to xerma 01 sale cash. J. N. HOLDING Mortgagee. acres, more or said mortgage. aa part of this notice aug20 dtda Cincinnati Produce illarkPt nooKRegular 10'5010-75; 10.75 LAdlD Kettle-dried 6(7rGV KLCON-Short clear sides ofc WHISKEY Sales 1 kv;iJiin 1 11 1 t i- iij At 1 ti . - v4 lUKieafi or rah no- Atr ti.n,. "r i,) per r,al on fnr , increasing u'l-L 0 I "-Jt"1 i icf.r..;""..-' v "viuS a most sat- avai Stores. nT, ,ituue e name 1 'u;l3:u(-ts. 1Q or carpets. We Wilmington, N. C. Sent . iS,--. reS- All claim iminaeeaan elegant line to show vnn c-lo.ed firm tc. v V'Wn ! ? paid by nn-i h i: . - ' . - m otnn. t. ... .1 ,1 . w - w iuimiti i nun will 1 o 1 i in most othpr fior r., Juu uu ?n? at 1.65. Crude TuWnti '. Lf T"er.nrm- . IWf frt;; r.rr iUi LUO OOas. i.2U; yellow dip ..OO; virefnT.on uara . u.iee ot my old v .viscu tutu we can smr Trn 1, I " vumcSi a uec: to exnrra t 1 rug as well as a carpet. We have quite a large stock, and some of them are verv very low figures uauuEuuie. e riacA on them alt at Swindell's. : rneritsof thlv : yertising mediums, and at the same : time b ejieflt the readers thereof we . shaU consider this advertisement fKS I one dollar in payment toward dm . chase of 20 or more worth of ?oS XLlni outand Presented at tinrf I Purchase, either in person or by Raleigh Tobacco Jtlarke Beported for the State Cheoxicle liALZIGH, N. C. SODtaX u &Tket stronSnd active, with nri.B sold: rdTerrUhh 80 Pe' ent. of cVo? speculation ffilftj?,. orde and fo? Nmrvt-a WI OIWH.. i niers Common Good, Vina Cutters Common Medium. Good, Fine, Fancv, Vy rappers Common Medium to rrAAri Good to fine, to fancy, JSgJ DISSOLUTION OF CO- I'AICTNERSHIP. I hereby announce that t ii..-. , interest in th Ac aaJ aoid Hardin .t Pft,V:r 7J ?e te firm of oT.,i m t -.y iuessrs. Thorn aa Pan, ill continuo th and stvle of F.hr.r 3 against HarrJin -Luernardt & Pes- an accounts dno lriends and ona- appreciation nfthot"::1" m gratetul Portthevhavegi7enmeforthegS vtars. 1 trufct they will be equallVkinVi ,ucces90r9) whomyi cord'av an my irienas as emmendv wnrtrTrrT iu dfrifA nn,i a cuuy worthy ot confi- w MUVA DLlUIllin T . . . c 11 Fj II A K Tl T VT t.r . . WANTED. Several vacant houses to rent to good ton 313. If vnn lmi-r. or. i , f""H IOI1- with us, we can secure jiuZl.g 11 lve room cott rr r o . . sti-fif t 7 ri " -ast jonc-s " 1 w No. 11 raJ kitchen, $0 South Wllmir.. . ... . 'near the Capitol niVA 1" firroct boarding hon l r S locatl0il a -kltchM ?gt?nOaS05,oos and 2ro,,;l lg session given Sop- For Sale or Exclian-e 5a8 8al6 5a7 7all Ilal5 lOali 14a20 20a23 28a35 28a35 lla22 22a40 . Refeiring to the hnVa lolly announce that wAii. we respect- a copartnership for the tX. lormed general grocerv FanS 1 i,5S?t r Won of a price or evrh . ; " hc-ii ; College, or nearflnrirE. near Wake For-st Weldon railroad 7 C'POt n Kington and 100 Raleigh and GAC w e co"ny, corn, cotton, tobacco and gras-es -nJC1Jt f?r cultivation. hlflr.a ,-.7 ,fer,a!vC8.' acres n. natural mekdwor Asod incranri r, r "ui uuuses. Good dwell- 8UWlSSof Jtfe8W8' Hardin & Sud' Hith increase.! fao.nf,., r6 , e?cud. nesss, and an experience naom" busi nartnftra r,f erience (as to one of tVir, trade, ww8 " this branch .r tim "r r wmem a conhnnaT, Av patronage extendi " Ai . Ui 1118 and to increase it if efl to tbe late firm prices and ctole ittenffonTSS64 Btojk customs wm acShrelu f-- September 18U8S) & ,PEUD. FOR SALE. Threa will trade for rlr ' 10U?S and hcalthv: Lot, Hi E. Davie street! 8eea at tLe Or pf?;rL' TONNOFFSKI. Ur M. SOR11ELL, Cattlo Dealers. aopl2-tf