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STATE OHRONIOLE, SUNDAY, OCTOBEE 19.
The above is a picture of J. P. H. Adams, the Radical candidate for Regis ter of Deeds, in his favorite attitude. This picture can bo seen in real life any dark night when Adams, Upcuurca & Co., are electioneering among the ne groes. How they do love 'em, and em brace 'em and hug 'em I Adams had a negro clerk in his office and turned him off "because HE COULD HIRE A WHITE MAN Ciieaper ? His preference is for the negro clerk, as was evidenced when he employed one and kept him in his office at a higu salary. When he decided to cut wages, he hired a white man. Every man to his taste. The white men of Raleigh and Wake will repudiate Adams. UrcnuRcn, Purnell and Rog ers, and everv other nominee of tie negro convention. The man who votes for Upchurcu and Rogers, or any other Radical, is a Radi cal, and ou ght to be o regarded. Let him go to his crowd. Every decent man ought tobe pig or pup. Democrats will vote for the Democratic nominees, and Radicals will vote for Radical nomi nees. By their fruits ye shall know them. UrciiURCH will get the Radical vote. Every Democrat (so called) who votes for him will do so for pay or other emol 'Ument, except about.twenty-five. When ever a Democrat says he will vote for Upciiurch ask him: "How much did he pay you?" A BLAZE AND TOW-WOW. KALEIGH m BBIEF. LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND A HOUND THE CAPITAL. COMING AND GOING. Some of The Folks You Their Doings. Mr. F. W. Clark is here. Know and Short Fly Items of News Gathered on the by the Chronicle's Reporters. No services at the Baptist Tabernacle to night. Dr. Barnes arrived in the city yester day. W. F. French, Eq , of Lumberton, i3 here. SPECIAL. NOTICES. .Wanted. THE WORLD'S COMMENCE. A bright, active by one who can read and write. Apply at this office. fr. r rnar- ilost of the gallant corp3 of shals have returned to their hora s. The Gruber family will give a concert in Metropolitan hall on Monday night. Mr. Jno. Wood will preach at the Swain street mission tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Sheriff G. H. Gardin, of McDowell, brought two convicts to the penitentiary yesterday. The home going people who have been attending the fair continue to load down the outgoing trains. The colored fair will make the bustle and noise and du3t for this week. The Chronicle bets they will have one great big time. Some retail houses in the city did as much as four thousand dollars worth of business each in one dav last week. How is that for hustling? Last eek showed that floral hall at at the fair grounds, is no longer the building necessary to meet the demands of the annual fair. Messrs. Smith and Woolcott, trns- tees lor vv. i. bepark, nave an an nouncement in tnis issue which is im portant to merchants. Sheriff Grant, of Wayne county, who was Here this weeK reported that tne doors of the county iail were open not a prisoner being in there. Is every white man telling every other white man to register? The registra tion is new, and if there be no register ing there will be no voting. The work recently done on Hillsboro Mr. W. tow a. W. Clark, of New Berne is in Mr. J. H. Utley. of Weaversville. is in the city. J. D. Belamy Jr., Esq. of Wilming ton is here. Prof. A. Pauli returned to the city yes terday afternoon. Miss Annie Powell, of Oxford, is visit ing at Mrs. T. H. Briggs'. Miss Leach, of Johnson county, is the guest of Miss Anna Crow. Mr. Jno. Wilder Atkinson of Wilming ton, arrived in the city yesterday. Misses Cora and Mary Bagley, of Jack son, are visiting at Mrs. vv. 11. Bagley 's. Mrs. J. M. Monng and Miss Emma Howard, of Morrisville spent yesterday in Raleigh. Miss Lily Morehead and Miss Bleeck- er Springs are the guests of Mrs. Dr. H. B. Battle. Miss Eva Loops, of Kinston, who has b?en visiting: in the citv returned home yesterday. Miss Ida Womble, of Moncure, is vis iting in the city, and is the guest of Mrs. bam Coley, on Salisbury street. Mr. Wallace Scales, of the Greens boro Patriot, who spent fair week here, departed tor his home yesterday. Mrs J. G. Riddick and little son, of Youngsville,who have been spending sev er- 1 days in the citv. left vesterdav for their home. Miss Sallie Barber from Marianna, Florida, and Miss Nan Smith, of Scot- A first-class House. Wanted. , cook at the New Yore, Hubbard, Price cotton circular Liverpool market was Moseley oct8 tf. Wanted. street made that a splendid thorough- lafn.dKNTeck' areA viitine Mrs' Dr Wood fare to th f ur grounds Just such work " "uo mm is needed all over tne township and Messrs. James M. Caele and Walter II 1 KJ county. Wroten, and Misses Mamie Jelton and Afav Jnrwnnr? who havo hoon atforwlinor circus, tuen tne enrysantnemum snow, tvrflav aftpmnnn wicu iuo iojisiaiuiD Willi auy inuuuuu ul dances and hops and theatrical attrac tions interspersed between. Cotton made things very lively on the streets yesterday. Every day is one of booming, rushing business now. Every body, except the newspaper men who tell all about these things, is getting rich. The handsome exhibits of canned goods made at the fair by the Alamance Canning Company and the High Point PackiDg Company, were bought by Messrs. W. C. and A. B. Stronach, and will 1)3 on sale next week at their store. The synod of the Presbyterian church of North Carolina meets in Wilmington on next Tuesday, October 21ot. About three hundred delegates will be in at tendance. The delegates from Raleigh are Rev. Dr. Jno. S. Watkins and Mr A. M. McPheeters. Everybody remember that the cham ber of commerce will meet next Tues- An honest negro boy about 18 years old. Olie who has had aoaie experience in printing office. Apply at Chronicle office. Wanted. By an experienced man, a Frnall saw mill. Will buy, lease or operate on shares. M. octlG lw Care State Chronicle. We are Ready -For You. With lower prices than ever in Hand kerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery, Fans and all dress accessories. McKimmon, Moseley & McGee. Coat Kugs. What so completely aets off a parlor as a supply of those snow white goat Rugs and Goat Hasech's on horns ? We have just received a new supply of these White Rugs, and they are very cheap, 3 50. $3.75 and $4 75 each. Wo have also received a new line of Ingrain Carpets and Smyrna Rugs. The fact is that we now have a carpet department second to none. We have a big lot of Moquet Carpet in remnants of i. 1 1-2 and 2 vards loner which we are selling for Rugs at 90 cents per yard. These goods are worth in the piece, &1.50 per yard. They make the finest Rugs pos sible. See our bovs' clothing, bee our Dress Goods and oblige Swindell. The Victorious " Kranich & Bach." October 18. Mescrs. a Company, in thair to-night say: 4 The 1 point lower on . l r- nn futures this morning, spot saies o.uvu bales. The attitude oi mo iuieiKu mar kets was not cocstiued as presenting any obstacle to a further decline here, and prices have been allowed to grad- ually losA 5 to u points as uuuimaicu j last evening's clcwe. There are but few features of fresh interest to note, re ceipts are about 42,000 bales, as against 53,000 bales last year, an 1 a compara- tively light movement is auuuicu rext week in consequence of the bad 'eather recently uroamug. RpPint at the ports estimated ah nnn hnlpa aerainst 46.244 bales week, and 53 365 bales last year. The spot market is quiet and sUady; middling uplands 10 1 4; sales 220 The stock in warehouses in this city is 21,000 bales, against 13,000 bales last year. Transactions in futures to-day were 48,000 bales. Futures closed weak and 1 to 2 points lower as follows: October 9 9395 November 9 95 9t December 10 01 January 10 07-08 Ffihrnarv 10 1311 March..". 10 19-20 April 10 25-26 illy 10 23-24 June 10 39-40 July 10 4547 Cotton. at last City. A Iloss Radical Abuses The Chronicle Itouiutly 1 he "Hit Dog Hollers." Last night some Radicals bought a tar barrel, sawed it into, put half on each side of the court house and set them afire. A negro band stood in front cf the building, and the band and the blaze soon drew a crowd of negroes around the building. Nobody seemed to know what the matter was or what the racket was about, but after a time it was circulated that Jim Boyd, of Greens boro, would "speak to the people" meaning of course to the negroes. The band went into the building and a small but very dark complected crowd followed it in an expectant manner. But Jim Boyd didn't show up. F. M. Sorrell read a telegram from him stating that he was too sick to come, and day night. Some important matters will then Mr. Sorrell announced that Mr. J. be brought up, among which will be a 0 L . llarris had consented to fill Boyd's huge scheme for improving the city side place, walks regardless of expense. This is Harris appeared before tne crowd and something wnich the people are realizing yes' Maj. A. M. Lewis and wife have re turned from the mountains where they spent the summer. Maj Lewis' first act yesterday morning was to register. That is a good example. Miss Addie Cordes, who has been ab sent from the city for some time past, returned home last "Wednesday to attend the fair, and left yesterday on the belat ed train for Kinston for a month's visit to relatives and friends. K v. Dr. P. H tloga and wife, of Wil mington, are visiting President Holladny of the A. and At. college. Dr. Hoare ha harangued them for some time. He made a very desperate effort to make the new registration under the new election law appear as a piece of rascality, but somehow his crowd couldn't really take that proposition in. Harris made a cry of fraud in elections, and said that was the reason that the Republicans wanted to pass the force bill. But Harris very prudently omitted to stato when and where those "frauds" rrore practiced by the Democrats. If he had undertaken this, he would have sunk under the undertaking. Harris said he wanted the time to come when the politics of a man could not be told by the color of his skin. (This shows that the Radical bosses themselves know that white men are solid for a white man's government.) ought to be attended to. Good, as far as it goos. It comes from authentic source that the plans for the new depot have been so revised as to free them from all objectionable ob stacles, and that bids lcr construction will again be asked for and received till November 1st. Will this be one mere ? ? to the already long string. The fine "Pilgrim Brand" tomatoes, peas &c, donated by Messrs Sharp & Perkins, of New York, through Mr. D. T. Johnson, who had them on exhi bition at the fair has been sold to Rev. Bennett Smedes, Principal of St. Mary's school. The proceeds go for the benefit of the Soldiers' Home. The charter of the Citizens' National Harris paid his respects to the Chron- Bank will expire on the 30th of Novem- icle, in vigorous terms. Ho said that paper was waging a bitter warfare on the Republican party, and he accused that paper of saying all sorts of things about men who were going to vote for Republicans. In fact he roundly abused the Chron icle and right on the heels of his abuse he said his information was that the "Chronicle's course had made voters for the Radical party." At this the negroes broke into vigorous applause and yells. But the Chronicle man who happened to be in the hall knew that somebody was hollering be cause somebody had been hit. The Chronicle's course has made many "rads" mighty sick and has opened the eyes of many sleepy Democrats and will make them vote and work for votes in the coming campaign to put white men, whom white men can support, in the offices of government and keep them there. And the Chronicle will not change its course during the cimpaign. It will keep hitting from the shoulder, and it will keep striking till all the whole head of the Radical party is knocked in to smithereens. The Chronicle is fighting Radicalism and it does not be lieve in a half hearted fight. Harris made one remark to which the Chronicle wishes to say : That the course of the paper is jut what every man on it, from the Editor in-chief down to the devil, helps to carry on. Yes, every man connected with the paper is a "straight voting Democrat," and votes for white men and white men only; and every man stands ready at all times to give a blow at black, high tariff, trust and monopolistic Radicalism Chronicle men will not vote for a white man nominated by a negro con vention any sooner than they will vote for a negro. Harris spoke for gome time, during which the Chronicle regrets to say he appealed 6trongly to the preju dices of the large majority of his negro hearers. He told the truth, but he didn't tell the whole truth every time. Whenever the Chronicle shall be praised and commended by Radicals, it will be unworthy of Democratic support. Norris' Dry Goods Store. i Our "Little Giants," for boys' wear, at $1.25, and youths at $1.50, are the best school shoes we offer. "Beats All," Econ omy, and "Alert" are good for the price r-,t 1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 a pair. ucr. iney nave mane application tor a reuewal of their charter, and yesterday Col. S. McD. Tate, Bank Examiner,made an examina ion of the bank. He found the affairs of the bank in first-class shape, and will recommend a renewal of the charter. The Citizens' Bank is a popular and solid institution and an honor to Raleigh. SECOND WARD RALLY. C II. Aycock, Esq., and Ex-Senator D. E. 31clver Will Address The People. On Tuesday night, October 21st, there will be a grand rally by the Democrats of the Second Ward Club. Chas. B. Aycock, Esq., of Wayne, and .bx-benator Duncan E. Mclver, of Moore two ot ISorth Carolina's most eloquent young orators will address the voters ot the Second Ward and other voters of the city. The speaking will commence at eight o'clock sharp in the Court houss. Every voter in the city is cordially invited to b3 present. Let us give the eloquent speaKers a rousing audience. W. O Scott, Pres. 2nd Ward Club. R. W. Taylor, Sect. o ben seriously ill ior some time past, and his numerous fiienls all over the country rejoice in th couvalescsnce, though he is no; yet able to resume his ministerial duties. Mr. A. Roscower, editor of the Golds- boro Headlight, is iu the city. He says Wayne will go Democratic. He tells us that Mr. John R. Smith, Republican postmaster at Goldsboro, will vote the straight Democratic countv ticket in Wayne as, in the language of P. M. Smith, "the Republican ticket is enough to disgust any decent Republican." He, Mr. Roscower, also says that W. S. O B. Robinson, ex-United States District At torney, stated in the convention that the Republicans would not support the ticket, but nominate another. Mr. Rob inson withdrew from the convention. Azain this vear at the N. C. State Fair, has the "Kranich & Bach" piano, for which Raleigb's Music House has the State agency, proved to be without superior. Friday, although the pianos of this celebrated make were only on ex hibition, and not entered in competition, yet it received an award never before given to a piano at the N. C. State Fair. The judges, Dr. Aug. Kursteiner and Mr. V. C. Royster, gave a special award to the "Kranich & Bach" on account of its superiority over all other pianos which were in competition. The judges say in 1hoir award that it is the best piano exhibited, including eleven differ ent makes, some of which are the most noted and old established manufactur ers in the country. For twenty five years the "Kranich & Bach" has been tested the world over, and to-d-y is not surpassed by auy made. While other man ufacturers have resorteJ to numerous and expensive ways of advertising and .filing, the great and progressive house of "Kranich & Bach" are putting their money in making pianos, and not adver tising them, and are easily selling them ou their merits alone. , The "Kranich & Bach" piano has more improvements than auy other piano made, and thi official declaration goes to prove that Mr. Stone knows what a good piano is, and his judgement has been endorsed by such high authority as the two above named gentlemen. Galveston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia Savannah, New Orieai-is Mobile, Memphis, Augusta, Louisville, .St. Louis, Hale (Tone. Mk't Ret- Ex. 1 875! Quiet 9 7-8 87G6 1001 i579,ttteady 9 3-4 5378 .... Quiet 10 1-4 .... Weak 10 1-4 162 .... .... Dull 9 5-3 1891 .... .... Steady 10 3-4 25 .... 1G25 Easy 9 1-2 1087 100 2500 Steady 9 13-16 1318 1039 500 Easy 9 11-16 2214 3200 Quiet 9 3-4 3905 1828 ateadT 10 3-4 2051 . . . .... Firm 10 1-8 1205 Quiet 9 13-16 1286 .... In Liverpool spot cotton closed steady; lar; middling uplands 5 1-16. sales 5,000 bales. Futures closed easy and 1-16 lower as follows: October 5 3c 40 November 5 3G- 37 November anl December 5 35 December andJanuary 5 35 January and JFebruaiy 5 35 36 The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, Is. C, October 185 p. m. Good Middling 9 Strict Middling 99? Middling btnet .Low Market quiet. Middling 9 Ilultimore Produce Market. COTTON Close -i steady. Middling up- Coffee. A Multitudinous House Dreaker. Frank Busbee, colored, is in Wake The buying of coffees already roasted has become so common that more than 1 ICil -1 1 nait me people in every large town use them. It saves a lot of trouble, and is ruliy as economical. v e give special at tention to roasted coffees, to have them always tresh and of perfect quality. Java, Mfl.rftp.nihr ArlmpVlo'a Arirvc" Am Xm county jail. His house-breaking record always in stock. Also a full line of got that place for him. He has been in green coffees, from Rio to Mocha. lands 10 tfJLOuli Active, firm ; Howard Street and Western superfine 3.00(23.50: do. extra 3.754.60; do. do. family 4.755.25; city tnilis J.I10 brands extra 5.105.25; winter wheat patent 5.23(35.60: spring do. do. 5.75a G.tO. WHEAT Southern scarce, hierher: Fultz 97 (31.05; Longberry l.OOal.05; Bteamer No. 2 red i.iil;: Western closed easy; No. 2 winter red spot and October 1.00Ce1.0l. CO UN Southern quiet but firmer: white 58"9; yellow 57(58; Western closed quiet; mixed spot and October 50 bid. OATS Closed firm : ungraded Southern and Pennsylvania 4549; do. Western white 4799; do. mixed 46(17: graded No. 2 white itYE Quiet, steady: prime to choice 77. PliO VISIONS Fairlv active : me rmrk old 11.50; new 12.00; bulk meats, loose shoulders 6; long clear and clear rib sides m; sugar picKled shoulders 7 : suzar t nmA smoked shoulders 8; hams, small 24 lar"-e LARD -Refined 7. COFFEE Closed steadv: fair Rio o.arfrnna 20. 0 SUOAlt Closed firm; granulated 6K. WHISKEY-Steady at $1.19. 8 70 the habit of breaking into houses lately, and the authorities decided to let him try his hand at breaking out of one if he wanted to. Busbee was seen a short time since wearing some clothing which was recog nized by J. J. Dunn as his own property. Eberiiardt & Pescud. Baltimore Bond Market. Baltimobe, Md.. October 17 v threes 6768. Auction Sale! To-night, at 8 o'clock p. m., continu ing nightly until the entire stock is closed out, at W. G. Separk's, No. 12 East Martin street. Dry Goods and Notions. - r J'lw.ll. . " .. He had Busbee arrested, and it has now Miuinery Goods, Clothing, F ants. Coats. transpired that the negro broke into Mr. Vests, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks New York Money Market. Kew Yoek, October 18 MnnT onao at 2 per ctnt. Exchange closed steadv: posted rates 4.814.86T; actual rates 4.8 3 60 days, and 4.86 tor d PTtianH fin-oat-,.- - - J V V J. A-.- tor wv 4 4 .... .unnn's house and got that property. Further examination has shown that Busbee has also broken into the houses of Monroe Smith and James Hooper and all the breaking was done in four days' time. A search warrant gave access to Bus bee's ejects, and there were many pairs of fehoes, a lot of clothing, a number of watches and various other articles which he chanced to find during his burglar ious operations. The property is being restored to those to whom it belongs. Merchants. Attention! and Valises, Shoes, Boots, Hats and Caps. W. G. Sepabk. Smith & Woollcott, Trustees. Sep26 4w . Grand Display ol Dress Goods. Every day during the fair at McKim mon, Moseley & McGee's. ' The Pulpit and the Stage. Kev. a. M. Shrout, Pastor United Brethren Church. Blue Mound. Kan. says: "i reel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's New Discoverv has aone ror me. My Lungs were badly dis eased, and my parishoners thought I could live only a few weeks. I took five Dottles of Dr. King's New Discoverv , ments closed steady; currency Gs 113 bid 4a coup. 123K bid; 4 coup. 104) bid. ' New York Produce Market. FLOUR fMnspd nniof . t;, o 7 , V- X. 1 : "'""cauia extra 3.606 1o; superfine spring 3 153.75: do do "1ULC1 o.o.jo.oj; ex.ira jno. z spring 3 C0(a 4.15; Southern tlour closed quiet; trade and family extras 4. IMl 1.35. WHEAT Closed s eadv: No. 2 rrt winter 1.07r21.08cash; do. Octobej 1.07 COUN Closed dull but steady; JSo. 2 mixed 5758 cash; do. October 57. OATS Closed quiet; No. 2 mixed 4CW47 cash; do. Octooer 47. Ulili Uiosea dull; mess 11.25gl2.00. LAUD Closed quiet; November 6.52. SUGAR Kenned steadv: cut loaf crushed 7 1-16 ; granulated : mould a 6 11-16. CUUiiiufci Closed steady; fair Rio goes 20. car- At W G. Separk's, East Martin St., we will sell in lots the entire stock of dry goods, notions, boots, shoes, cloth- mg, oats, caps, &c, Friday, Oct. 24th at uu am sound and well, gaining 26 lbs 12 o'clock m. Stock will be ouen for in- in weight." spection Thursday, Oct. 23rd. Goods Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funnv .bolks Combination, writes: "After a thorough trial and convincing evidence, 1 am confident Dr. Kind's New Discov ery for Consumption, beats 'em all, and cures when every thing else fails. The greatest kindness I can do my manv thousand friends is to urge them to try sold to highest bidder without reserve. W. G. Separk. Smith & Woolcott, Trustees Weather Report. WAKE COUNTY CANVASS The Appointments Made for Speakers?. The Democratic and Republican can didates for the Legislature, and the county offices will address the people of .Wake county at the following times and places. Let all the people be present and hear the issues discussed: Holly Springs Monday, Oct. 20. Myatt's Mill Tuesday, Oct. 21. Township House Wednesday, Oct. 22. Gray's Store Thurs lay, Oct. 23. Smith's-Friday, Oct. 24. Garner's Saturday, Oct. 25. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rheum, Fe ver Sores, Tetter, Charmed Hands. Chil- b'ains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay re quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by John Y. MacRae. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 74; minimum temperature 52: rain fall, 0.00 inches. Local forecast for Raleigh and vicin ity to-day; Cloudy early in the day; wind shifting to high northeasterly and colder; Monday clear and cold. Washington, D. C , Oct. 18. Fore cast for Virginia: Fair weather, followed by rain; winds shifting to cooler Monday Morning. For North Carolina: Fair weather: rams in the northeastern portion; west erly winds; cooler Monday morning it." Drug Store, Free trial bottles at John Mac Rae's Regular sizes 30c and $1. Chicago Pioduce Market. Chicago, Jill., October 18. Wheat onpnfirl weak. Corn opened strong. Oats opened steady. Provisions opened firm. Closings: WHEAT October l.OCf: December 1 fu 1.04; May 1.08. L OitN October 51: December SiVsii. May 57. BV OATS- October 42; December 42; May 4o. jeoitK October 9.80: Decembpr in f.n- m 12 ' J liAKD October 6.25: December a 4.n G.95. KIBS October 5.35: December 6.17. 5.50; May May LEMON ELIXIR. Uiram Lodge Its S onuprlul Effect on the Liver. Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys and Blood. Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir is a pleas- westerlv ant lemon drink that positively cures all diiiousuks vvuu&npfciuuu, j.uaigesiion, all Sick and Nervous Headaches. Kidney Diseases. Dizziness, Loss of appetite, Fevers, Chills, Palpitation of Heart, and all other diseases caused by disordered liver, stomach and kidneys, the first great!cause of all fatal diseases. 50 cts. and $1 per bottle. Sold all druggists. M. D. Nashville Produce Market. WHEAT-Closed quiet: No. 2 ta ter 1.05. CORN Firm; white milling 02. win- AT i a a - - - ... ixo -iu, a. b . ana A. M., will meet m regular communication Monday evening. PreDared onlv bv H. Mozlev Oet. 20 at. 7 n'nlnoV A frill mnoHnr. t A f lota CI Q Naval Stores. Wilmington, N. C October iHrv;- tur Dentine closed firm at hl itoainfirm strained 1.C0; good strained 1.05. Tar firm at 1.5-3. Crude Turnentinft firm- h..j . virgin 1.20. ' l' Corn firm; white 65; yellow 64 CHARLESTON, S. C. Octohpr 1Q o: turpentine firm at 38. Rosin anip"S strained 1.15. ' New York, October 18. Th io iu lair fioTnun,! atrArrr oHO. 1 . ...7 . 1vuio"U T " "iV barrels for and machine the membership is desired. Brethren of sister lodges are cordially invited. E. B. Thomas, Sect. W. II. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. The Cnnard Steamer "Etruria." Every one recollects the circumstance oi the arrival of the Cnnard Steamer - jtruna at jxew lorfc, Uct. 14th. iust in time to have her cargo entered at the last minute, under the old tariff law. on tnat very steamer wo had a lot of dress goods, and we are now showing tnese gooas, ana at the lowest prices. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. LEMON HOT DROPS. For coughs and colds, take Lemon Hot Drops. :" For sore throat and Bronchitis, take Lemon Hot Drop3 Cincinnati Produce Market. llSsulf6 102510-37K ; 'family CURRANTS, It A 11 w., Pium ti SARATOGA cm, Ml k How in BoEI.f; VJUfls EDAM AND I'INe CHE E8 -?no" Clear sidea r.r For pneumonia and Larjngetis take e88.n baai8 of U3 P gaUon foTtJh Lemon Hot Drops. For consumption and Catarrh, take Lemon Hot Drops. For Hemorrhage and all throat and lung disease, take Lemon Hot Drops Norris' Dry Goods Store. Silk draperv nets fr.r An elegant and reliable preparation. 40c. and 75c. per yard that actually cost zo cents, aiaruggisis. jrrepareu um ""ib, is an inducement seldom orferea, by Dr. H. Mozley. Atlanta Ga. and may not again for years. Now 13 octl6Thur&Sun till aprl your time to buy cheap. BUCKWHEAT AND ,:,M Navy Beans, ( abba -e ( C 1.00, 81.23, 50 u.n io ni.ij FANCY BEX DAY APp,tJ NIAGARA, CONCORD, DKI uv, 5 and .u.b.uri. White, American or Maljr. KALAMAZOO CELE Sweet Tickles Sour- rkrk's Mixed Hweet ami Sour Tk-k' " Mangoes, Pin M.m.-v Inkles, Ac., V. e W. G. & A. B. STRONAl Whole-ash? and lletail GROCERS AM) CANDY MAM FACTIKEKS. "STRONACH'S BAKKIiY C. L. YVooiull, Maa.u-w. FllhSn BAKED EVEHV DAY. EYEKYIHIN!, 01 tq IX BREAD, CAKES AND Pi Fruif, Pound, Silver, Sjm i-. , c v - k. B Jel ; i ci i i & Tf PIES. Apple, Teach, Gooseboiry, C rr herrj Damson, " BP.EAD. LOAF BREAD-ALT, KINh. Rolls, lUscuit, Husk Graham, Brown and Rye h ;:..;. v;; Only Beet Mau i I ANY SIZE, KIND OR PKICE H At Shoiitet Ni'T.'ii: Cc , ( six M mi tic - Yc ar Vi ' (J it ot at c f, c G t HELLER 15R0S.. Wh ?e?a and tail Ik- !- r- i - - unks Shoes and Tr Are in receipt of a lull aesnrti:. and durable goods to which -. called. Having placed our hands of leading manufacturer season, we are prepared to ro'.l pri ea, anticipating ana dvdii -' goods, we selected, probably t!, of fine and medium gradef 1 1- Misses, Boya and Youths Sshood v, r - the city. We respectfully as' your Tar:.t-- IIELLLR I- Our assortment in Trunk;', Grip Bags, is very lare an n -' lowest. i . . l b.:.; - . .1 - . at U all v il c b ( C t t i I I 1 Not the "Hidden Haud," nor -"Mailed Hand,' neither Italian Hand," but -irnplv"0 " v ing, Uata, Shoes, Underwear, Ir .:-" liaes, &c. BOCK-BOTTOM PEICES (VM ' ' CLOTHIERS SHATTERS. Wanted. Kegistered Ebarii'i" rel marri n Address v octl4-iw. i ' J l!a 130