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STATE OHBO&IGLE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11
Hi. RALBIRU IN B1UKF, Vi. II ViM'HVlVCH IN AND i(OUM THE CAPITAL. JnthrrriJ on tin S-ftHl big Christina bun's are being plauned by Kaluga ortsmt-n. Tho Progressive Benefit order will hold a meeting to-night in the court house. The Governor yesterday appointed S. V. MeK ?, of Lincolnton, a notary pub lic Tho Capital club will hold its firt Vtau X reception and ball to night in its lo v quarters. t.. Tuitrh Land and Imorovement h:i issued sDmo nanasomo mai.' of the property. Th board of ald-rmen will hold a fpiciai i..esion to-mght.uiainly for grant lur iictnso to whfekry dealers. If the good weather continues it is ex rr,.twi ih.t the work of extending and I V V ' - " " - , - 1 . A. L n.i i I o rvn rtn. d..Mi ff rr;nn Kiretiis win "vu w 14" l - I fci v v . COMING AND OINU. Some ot The Folks Yoa Know and Their Doings. Mr. Arthur Arricgton 13 here. Mr. J. M. Smith, of Rockingham, is in the city. Mr. E. C. Hackney spsnt yesterday in the city. Mr. W. K. Burch arrived in the city last night. Mr. D. A. Covington is attending the Supreme court. Mr. Bradley Saunders is here spend ing a few days. Mrs. Gammon, of Durham, is visiting a: the Insane Asylum. Mrs. Eugene Morehead returned to Durham last afternoon. Mr. P. M. Wilson returned to Wins ton yesterday afternoon. THE GREAT CONVENTION AT ASHEVILLE. A Notable Occasion Which Will be At tended by a Lrjre a id Distinguished Gathering Objects of the Meetins List ot Stat Senatorial Delegates. There will bj held at Asheville, on the 17th, 18th and 19th of this month, a great Inter State Immigration conven tion, at which there will be a large and distinguished attendance. At the request of the municipality of Asheville, Gov. Fowle has sent special invitations to all United States Senators, to the Governors of all the Srates and to other distinguished parsonages to attend the convention as the guests of that city. A number have formally accepted thtse iuvitatioDS and announced their intention of being present. There will ba large representations from nearly all the Southern States. Thy occasion, in view that representa Mr. F. II. Busbee has gone Cherokee tive men of the South are authonzid or Kin The box fheet for the Boston Sympb onv is at Williams & Coi. store. &ea.. urt itnw.it fn a thundering Doom, uue of Baloizh's best audiences will greet tho company. Tho P.rdf igh street car company has SO l 00J woik hoies and males which can wiw be bought at a bitr bargain. Lo ..lit iir tho chance. They are at the street car stables. Now the awakeninir for the o. ate ex position hati como. If people will stay uvgko ar.d brih!5 on ih-it. enterprise, it will in turn brirg auothtr bi: hotel, pos :i.i. , . I..... .,. j! it mi thirl, ru I jjentraby. 9 The Cre committee of the board of al dermen held a meeting yes'erday to de terrnir.o whether the new lite wagon to be purchase) for the Rct-cu 3 company ahonld b9 , one or a two horse apparatus. The matter was not liaal'y settled. county on legal business. Col. F. A. Olds has goue down east on a little sporting expedition. Col. John D. Shaw, of Rockingham, is attending the Suprema court. Mr. Thos. M. Cheek, of Bingham School, was in the city yebtcrday. Mr. W. W. Fuller, of Durham, was here yesterday on court business. Mr. V. Ballard, of Durham, was in the city yesterday greeting friends. Dr. B train yesterday en route for the east. Mr. P M. Pearsall, of Jones county. arrived in the ciry ye&terday atternooc. Miss Fannie Gre.;u was here yester day for a while, and went oa to Wilson invited to participate in the delibera tions of the convention, will be an im portant one.seareely ever equalled in the magnitude of the interests to ba consid ered, and the grandeur of the objects to ba obtained. These interests and these objects include evv.-rv thing that pertains to the advancement of the south ;tnowl edge ot its resources is to be imparted or interchanged, inducements to the invest ment of capital made clear, invitation to the iucrease of population extended, and information upon all thos3 questions which interest the investor &nd the im- BPECI AX NOTICES. Go to A. E. Joidan'd for nice turkeys and chickens. Select Norfolk oysters at D. T. John son's io-day. Phone 28. Send yor orders for turkeys to A. E. Jordan. Big lot on hand. THE WORLD'S COMMEKO Choice eating apples at Baisbee & Pope's. Dec.l0-2d Another direct importation of Dinner and Tea Sets is being opened at Hughes', dec.lltf. For Tricycles, Velocipedes, Wagons and Toys, go to Hughes'. declO tf. Sweet Florida oranges at Babbee & Pope's. Dec 10 2d AV. 11 & R. S. TUCKER, & CO. Wraps. We show a grand line of wrap?, Ladies', Misses', and Children's, the best workmanship, stylish materials, and our prices are the lowest. W. H. & II. S. Tucker & Co. F. Dixon was on tne noon migrant given with candid and liberal accuracy. Raleigh i3 to hav-3 a g .oi representa tatation, and the delegates from heie w:ll look afrer the contiouaiice of the main effica of the association in this city. Tne Governor has commissioned two dt-.lcsatts from each Slate Sanatoria! dis- For Sale or Rent No. 31G New Berne avenue, now oc cupied by Mr. E. A. Carver. Apply to lw : New Yotik, Diceaiber 10. Messrs. Hnbburd, Pnce & Company in their cotton circular to-niht say: "Man chester spinners continued to purchase freely in the Liverpool market, taking to day some 12.000 bales of cotton, and causing an advance in the arrival mar ket of fully three points. The market here closed dull with the promise of yes terday unfulfilled." Receipts at the ports to-day were esti mated at 29,000 bales, against 26,351 bales last week, and 40,182 bales the same week last year. ' Spot cotton is quiet at unchanged prices; middling uplands 5 3 8; sales of 491 bales. Transactions in futures to-day were 60,000 bales. Futures closed 2 to 4 points lower as follows: December. . . . January February March April May June July , August September 9 02 - 04 9 17 IS 9 35-3G 9 4G-47 ivioselev lL Evervthin::'- fortable; our rnt-J. to feel as it at hor-. oO Cents per MV x, BT" Will mak as wo areiiGar th ( rooms. - 'r The only L:vlk V , , Room in ltaleih AUTthiio. r c- a f i to f" 'ili;- . "V W f lTMl " Z'X' .. o' - yon j. f, fj written. iJi;.,..- '"rd. All the rase ! 'v ' . .. how nice thy are. 9 G!i-67 9 5-70 9 83-84 9 cii- 8 9 5759 G. is ALL!',: Cotton. G.' Rosenthal. Wanted. Mr. Johu R. Morris, a well known tourist, and a happy and able news paper oorr- bpondeur, is in tho city. tnct as the state's delegation to the convention. Besides thesre, commissions have been issued to prominent niemb?rs E. W. Timbrlake, L,-q., ot Louisbarg, Gf the press, and leading and representa tive men both in and out of the State. 1 T . 1 T ' was here yesterday. -LT Ke a:i our .muis burg friends, ho looks happier since the Cheap lloies and 7?Iules. Thirtv ffood work horses and mules for saie'eheap for -"sh, if fc.ken at once. Apply to W. A Nixon, at street car stables. ; W. K. iVR. S. TUCKER & CO. Fur fluffs and Capes. We are showing a fall line ot the most i ity. Salej Tone ilarket. Keel !xp. Galve-ton... 276iQaiet 9 3-16 S4S9 .... Norfolk 1G21 M; ady 9 I'-O 33 JG . . . Ualtifaore Dull 9 3-8 332 53 boston Quiet 9 3-8 17U1 Wiimington Steady 3-4 G07 Philadelphia Quiet 9 7-8 !-avannah ... ii925 Dull S 1-2 4'i79 .... New Orleans j775ujEasv 9 0-9 723f .... Mobile j 1200 Quiet 9 0-0 799 0575 VIemphia . . ;34'-0,Qniet 9 0-0 759H Augusta ... I 699Qui.'.t 9 o lGTi? .... Louisville.. . I '.Quiet 9 l- St. Louis . . . . 1 1 -''00 Qiuot 9 -) Sol f .... Charleston.. IJO.O.Stdy 9 1-2 299; Cincinnati .. steady U i-l '25W7 Fife meeting. Mr. J10 F. The following is the list of Senatorial fashionable Muffs and Qapes, Beaver, busimss TJian of Kinsron, passed through bt th City; W. B Shaw, Shawboro. RUeifh Hih'iaH yesterday en route for 2od District John H. Small, Wash Wmsron. A'htic is to bj married to invjtou; Wilsoa G. Limb, Willi tiost'm. Miss Sadie WU-ou, daughter of Rev. Virgil A. Wilson. A lot of jiccunts, judgments, notes and overdrafts due to C. Dowd, as re ceiver of the Srate National B.iuk, were sold publiclv ut the S.tvings Bank yei terday. Tpc face value of all thtse pa pers was about i00,00U. ineamoani realized by the sale wai if 150. The new "Shoo Fly "train from Weldon to Raleigh is growiDg immensely iopn lar. It is proving to be the very thing many people have wauted. It leaves Weldon at 0 o'clock a. ra , arriving he.rt at 9:20 a. m. Returning it leaves Raleigh at 5 p in., and arrives at Weldon at S:30 p. m. The young ladies of Peaca Institute aad St. Marv's school have reserved a up of the award of premiums for field larce number of seats for the Boston crops exhibited at the last State lair, Symphony orchestra concert to-morrow and that business was effected. night. Both institutions will probably TI13 final adjustment of other nutters be more largely and brilliantly "repre- and accounts was deferred to auother sited than ever before at any concert meeting, which will bo held b3f re the appointments. TSIewborce. a prominent district uoi. it a. ureecy, Black Marten, Wool, Seal, Persianna, As rachan, &c. Our present stock not affected by the recent rise 'in prices. W. H. & R. S. iTJCKER & Co. In Liverpool to-day spot cotton was steady; middling uplands 5 3-16d; sales 13.000 bales. Futures closed steady, as follows: December 5 10 11 December and January January and February 5 1314 February and March 5 16 March and April 5 19 April and May STATE FA lit MATTERS. Meeting of the Executive Committee-- Award of Field Crop Premiums. Tho executive committee of the State 3rd District. Dr. R. 11. Staneell, Mar- g irettsvill; D. O. Winston, Windsor. 4th District -Poter K E. Smith, Scot land K i.-ck; Dr. J hi Shields; Weldon. Gth District Eiias Carr, Old Sparta; Frank Powell, Tarboro. Gth Disirict Dr. O. J. O'Hagan, Greenville; R. R. Gotten, Falkland. 7th District Ool. W. F. Green, Fay- "Compliments ot the Senson" Is a very fine smoker, 125 in a box. Also "Live Indian," aiui other brands of cigars. At Eberhabdt & Pescud's The City ottn Market. Kjllexoh, 5h.C, Dec. 10 5 p. y. Good Middlings 8 Strict Middling tS&K Middlins? 8 Strict Low Middling 8S Low MUdlins M dtains and Tinges Market weak. V Agricultural Society met yesterday with ettevitle; Joseph Stiekney, Wilson. a good attendance present. The meet ing was called specially for the finishing given in this city. Stanley's great book, "In Darkest Af rica," is one of the f.au'His and favorite books of the day, and is iu great de mand. It is one of the books which everybody must read who aspires to be conversant with the important events of the passing day. Mrs L C Milier, Christmas holidays. At that me0' in? it. is expected that the now executive com mittee will bj .nnoanc3 l. bth District James A. Bryan, Iew Berne; John S. Long, New Biroe. 9th District-Rev. N. M. Jnrney, Beaui'oit; Col. S. B Taylor, Catharine Lake. 10th District J. E. Robinson, Golds boro; W. L Hill, Warsaw. 11th Distiict II. E Dillon, LaGrange; R E. Best, Snow Kill. 12 h District, - Pembroke Jones, Wil mington ; F. W. Kerchner, Wilmington. Wa 11 ted. Five thousand sticks of post oak, white oak, cedar, cj press er juniper, six feet long, six inches across the small end. Snd proposals lor any part or all cf New York Moner Market. New York, December 10. Monev closed at 3 per cent , the lowest rate 2, the highest 6. Exchange closed steady; postvd rates 4 804.84; actual rates 4 79 79 lor GO dava and 4.S2fi:(V4.b-js tor dt;manl. Gov them, stating when they can be deliver- ernments cio.iea quiet; currency tises 109; tn . invrs PnwifTT lours (coupocb) izi uiu ; iour-ana-a-nans Jones & Powell, Raleigh, N. C. (eoupoc (coupons) 103 bid. W. II. & U. S. TUCKEH,& CO. State Internal Improvement Matters. Yesterday, Air. Ed. Chambers Smith, president of the State board of internal Christmas Decorations. Our store is now in Holiday Attire, and we cordia 'y invite every one to visit us and see the beautiful display. 13 h Disirict R. H. Lyon, El zibeth- whether they wish to bnv or not. Every- body we. come. 1 : W. II & R. S. Tucker & Co. of this city, has local control cf the tale improvement?, left for eastern North of tho book, which is b.jitig sold by sub scnptiou. Gov. Fowle ha boon co:ap.l:ed to de cline a pressing iuvi'aMo i to b: present at tho oneninj: aud dedication of the immense aud grand new building just completed by the New Y rk World. He was invited as the World's guest from the time he boarded 1 he c vrs until his re turn here; but his pressing duies, to gethcr with the exaction of attention to bis legislative message, made it impossi at . fm Pie tor nun to be present. The same Carolina to make an inspection of the New Berne and Beaufort canal. This was formerly the Har'.owe and Clubfoot canal iti which the State held a large interest The rtate agreed to transfer it's interest to the Albemarle and Chesa peake eaual company, of which Mr Warren G Ltiiott is president that c mpanv would extend the facilities of t he canal from New Berne to Beaufort by 1875. There is some dis pute as to whether this has been done according to agreement, and the mspec town; Geo. H. Bellamy, El Paso. 14th District H. C Mofhtt, White yilie; H. McMillan, Red Sorings. 15 ib District E W. Kerr, Clinton; J. W. Underwood, Clinton 10th District Hon. W. II. Green, Fayetteville; Geo. H. Haign, Fayette Tillo. 17th District. - J. A Ahell. Smith- fie-'d; T. T. O iver, Pine Level. 18 h District Wm. S. Primrose, Raldgh; Wm. G Unchurch, Raleigh. 19 Lh District -II. A. Foote, Warren nmvidAd ton' Walter A. Montgomery, Warrenton 'ooeratin- 20tb Districf- J- A- Harris, Hilhboro; v lUrn to J - FlIinix. Yancey ville. 21st District- J. W. Williams, Ox ford; Nat. A. Oauady, Oxford. 22d District Gov. T. M. Holt. Haw ftaltimore Produce 31arket. Cotton closed quiet. Middimg uplands j?'LOUR Closed fably active;HovTard Street and Western super 3.00(3.40; do. do extr 3 G0g4.40; do. do. family 4.505.00; city muis itio Dranus extra o UU cf.o.20; winter wheat patent 5.0f 5 20; spring do. 5 305.50; ao. ao. siraigiii o.iuo.o; do. ao. extra 4.30 i 00. WHEAT Southern closed firm; FuJtz 9o1.01; Longberry 97.10l; steamer No. rea ys; vvebtern nrmer; jo. 'z red winter spot aad December 9t bid. CO-'tN Southern firm; white 53(g58; yel low 5359: Western easy; mixed spot 59. UA lb Closed cmiet: unsrraded Southern and Pennsvlvaaia5052W; do Western white 52m2y2 do. do. mixed 5U50; graded No 2 white 5252H; No. 2 mixed rMk. causes have provented him from going tion m .dfl with R vi,,w tn AP0.An rthA KlYer; 1L w- London, Pittsboro. to the eastern part of tho State to make matter. 23a District R. D. Reid, Reidsville; an examination of the iuternal improve ments in progrts there. Marriage. Th in wa3 a happy marriage iu Eden toa street church yesterday afternoon at four o'clock. Mr. Giorge L. Womble, who is a Ral- Mr. Herbert E. Norri Married. The CnaoNiCLu can announce to the many friends and acquaintance of Mr. Herbert E. Norris, that that gentleman was married in Greensboro yesterday. The special dispatch conveyiDg this A. D. Johns, Wentworth, 24th District-W. E. Scales, Greens boro; J. N. Wilson, Greensboro. 25th District A. C. McAllister, Ashe boro; J. W . iSeott, Lemon Springs. 26th District D. Stewart, Rocking ham; B. F. Simmons Troy. 27th District D. Covington, Monroe; W. L. Parsons, Wadesboro. 28th District J. B.Sherrill, Concord; THE EYE is one of our most precious orrrans. and thpreforn do vnnr hast tn preserve it; and in doing so vou must. on2Ji?Cl0Bed fairly active; prime to choice shun all CHEAP, IMPERFECT BROKEN and rKOVlSlONS-Closed steady; mess pork scratched spectacles, and do not persist 11 50; bulk meats, loose shouldc- .w- lmio- iu szoinsr without them when vnnr siaht. clear 6V; clear rib sides fiV: Mi?ar iifVifrl basins to fail von ferivinar aa reason that, "houldtrs 6; suear-cured smokoa shoulders they will make yoa appear older or that 'aU11 l1' jwu uiajr iivw iu lists uifuj enussanuy ir t;uj?iifci Closed dull ; fair Itio cargoes you begin.) Experieocs has shown that 19X those who rud recourse to artificial aid Srr ,rlclsed active; granulated to the first sign of failing vision, pre- aibKEY-Glosed active atl.211.2. served their eyes to the most advanced Raltimnr nnn w 1 age. while those who from pride cr other B "!i ? ? various reasons delayed the same, found tenrtieTS bid fio J0- a great deal of difficulty in getting glass- J es to lit their overstrained eyes at all. N'ew York Produce Market. xrui. r ye, cue optician or JNew Xork PLOTJlt Cloeed dull v.ny, who h now at tbe Yarborou House, will give you the bast of adv ana examinaMou free, and arianta Get f"".;;v-tVur can ivtai it umc- Uri'loi",v-ar, : vat, J v.vtry, W . !. : and Shots' Vx-x-.- l'ur-s. u v n it Shoes ar:d itbu. r F ft a A .4? v w y j s , s 3 e l ? We Make m 3 1 p. Hll' Iff i . i -"i if o I i ' Cocosnat Spongt- i in. Lt 11! IC)u J.'.i Spoilt;'.' .It and weak; fine eigh boy, and to whom Raleigh does not happy iutelligence,by some strange over- f S tn i ' vet yield her claim, though be lives in sight, failed to give tho name of the iutfx T "' n Augusta, Ga , arrived iu the city this bride-elect, and it came too late for the f tra n rvL ' week, and at the hour aud placa above error to bo com cteel over the wires, as mentioned be was united iu marriage lue omces naa closed ror the night. with Mi.-s Ava G. Gattis. daughter of Mr- Norris and his briae have gone to New York, where they will spend about a month. Their stopping place will be the Grand Central Hotel. SITPREHIK COURT. W. A. Gattis, Esq., cf this city. The ceremony was performed by Roy. J. S. Watkius in tho presence of a large gath enug of well-wishing friends. The church had beeu prettily decorated for the ha:;py event and was in sweet har mony with tho occasion. Mrs. J. L Fos- Appeals trom the 11th District dis ter gave the wedding march from the posed of on yesterday: grana organ. ine usners were Messrs Hinshaw vs. Wells: dismissed for fail TU iT TT" . 1 T i . 4 AT ' ' duuu . Xiiiiu-ji iiicviiiu, jx. i. nfe to print record juoroeeiers anu uauis. Alter Herman vs. Watts; argued by D. M tne ceremony tne uruui coupie wen parches, Jones, Keener aud Mcintosh wuiuemaieiy wjiua uepot aiia uepanefi for plaiatifi, and R. Z. Linaey and R i:jr A-jgusia, wa., ine noma oi magroom. B. Burke tor defendant. WOOU WISUe-i gO WltU mem. T ovv, vs Elliott- netitinn fnr PBPfinrnri. Charlotte: Waiter 15rem, Charlotte 30th District -S H. Wiley, Salisbury; W. X Coley, Mocksville 31st District D. S. Westmoreland excellent glats?s to your eyes so as to give yoa instant i elief. Special calls wunout any extra charge.- W. II. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. gD Siau Bi)nuz.o(g3.3!5; do. winter 2 bOffi63 40- ice P?rIuie 8PTrin3 3.253 Go; do. wiuter 3.35 his Zltrvr Tinv iraae ana iaimlv extras .l0o.l0. VUEATCloeed firm; spot sties No. 2 red winter 1.02(551 03- ew. o s No. 2 mixed De Holiday Goods. Our display of Holiday Goods is on a jutei wemoer l.U3. CHN Closed quiei: snot salp? mixed 616'j; spot saied No. 2 m cember 50. fT-o7;i08ed duU ' 8Pot sales No. 1 white ?3&; spot salua No. 2 mixed Decpm- 1 .. XA1 Thomasville; J. M. Leach, Jr., Lexing- ffLT1 we he ever before POl-Closed dull; mesa 10.75 i? Stack, Dan bury; ton 32d District -A. M H. E. Fries, SaL-m. 33d District J. C. Ford, Dobson; D. M. Reece, Yadkinville. 34th District J. P. Caldwell, States- yille; K. N. Hackett, Wikesboro attempted. We have endeavored, and new we believe succeeded, iu providing for LAJtD Closed steady at 6.19 the wants of every person. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. 00 for bUliA.lt lietmed elost to. and crushed 6. "u' vu' luul 2oCOf FEE-Closed quiet; fair Kio cargoes Chicago Produce Market. .m.vij. xu., JJVTU. Ill V h,.r . firm. Com opened steady Oats oneTdar ' - . v . nv'A 111 Ul CIosiuks: The Builders :)lait be Dasy. Soon time ago Miyor Tiiompson was Carpets.. Do you remember we told vou some 35th District O. F. Neal. Jefferson: davs a8 about some new carpets to W. B. Council, Boone. come? They a -e here; they are real 3Gth District J. L. C. Bird, Marion; brif?ht and pretty too-. The price is no T l ! Slno inhr.ni. T-.r,-.;. I UlS'hpr th.Qn a mnnth ore-. O.i. . j. I WUl'iT TV 1 r, . 87th Dtrict R. S. Reinhardt, Iron trade fast assuming prodigious pro- 98;XT Statio : W. H Williams, New Berne. portions, and next season we shall bo ,Vr,anuP' 51; May 51. u 1 tKi . ij i7i.u il.i. i . n . ui 1 1 1 mi- aho nw 1 uvyiiwu iu Luarvc: 111111 m i- x immci ttcl o argued by Batchelor aud Devereux for A. M. W-jIIs, Gastonia. ' rangents for serving our patrons We piAiunu, auu xurwen ana waller lor 39th District -W. H. Justice Rnthoi.. nc now and alwav keen a. lartro l. xoraton; u. Jj. Joraau, Tryou City. 40th District N. Atkinson, Asheville- May defendant. Sherrill vs. Connor; argued by Batch- Lutes to the Inter-'state Immigration Association, Asheville, N. C. 4ist District-M. O. T--oiv, Honder BOEi iile; R D. Gilrnfir, Wivnesviil 42ad District Kope Elia's, Franklin Capt. J. Young, Dillsboro. ' For the above occasion th Rip.hmrn1 u n.;n. .J LE3IOXJELIXIR. vx, iBuuuu iCkiilua'A W11X SOU lilCKULS LO A ihpvillo "NT C n r. A va(nr f..v nr, I Ytc WnilHorllll Vftnn 1 ll 3 I .1- ! . autnorizeuDy tne city council to expend e!or and Devereux for plaintiff, and W. Cant W E Breec " Asheville' twenty-five dollars for a nlau for rrao, . a tii... r, 3e .1iT I r1. v . Pietr ' eMiib. u.Miinana op3nmg in. eastern enu of the market building. The amount of work involved h not immense, but so far tho Mayor has tried in vain to ze' some ono of the Raleigh builders to make a plan for the work. They all plead that they have as m ich as they can attend to, and actually have'nt the time now to make a drawiog for that work. The mayor still wants a plan and will be glad to have ono. - Wcuther Report. Washington, D. C , Dac. 10. Fore cast for Virginia: Fair Thursday, Friday and Saturday; warmer. For North Carolina: Thursday and Friday warmer; fair until Sunday. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 52; minimum temperature. oS; r:iin fall, 0.00 Forecast for Raleigh ar.."! v'n :ait :Fair weather Thursday; wirm r. oi au Kinas or carpets and rugs Our low pre s for the high grade of goods .. ..-... i una iiiio uas uone ror us PORK- January 10.45; May 11.12W. ifS?-TJa,luary 5-8'; May G 156 4.71' B1B5-January 5.20; May 5.82 ' New Yobk. Dec. 10 -The sto J ILLY C ;U-s ILi'l a J;. The F1SESCH V1.NN. Bt'ix'S, YiENXA : NEAT, NiCr; THP? W We e a i it n: East Ha? Vii.)..i W. C.& Grocer?., iiak r B. Hi' J II " 13 at M,: GRAII CHAMPACiNK J what no other means would .T. e.a8.too'"v K 23,71b bariiT:. and knowing this to be so we are det t mined that, for the future, ortr enrW- niara and 39 Sl tfS 5?iita for reS- ors to give the people of Raleigh and n "J moderata demand a unchanled Rnrronndinfr nminfr u- . prices. We qikmp-f!nmm i , tmnS.eQ -"uuli j iuo verv carpets to be had for less monev -i i , . , . -j -"-"f wuii uo LMjugnt ror, shall aniw w 5 00. MvUv.iimuou auuiifraisiPnr Than WfLrvaTnv r rest i k' s-r. Koa strained C, December 10- - I . i - 1 ----x-iv.'U' ticket stations on its lines, at the rate of Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys and Blood. tne? bave ever been; and, not alone in turP.eutine steady at 35! Rosin oioPfi . "f mia11 -g00(1.S th "andle cTlUlA "p. Tar firm blBOT?S lowest possi. dip i.9o- T5)."m; nard I uou gJVVlS. Swindell. one nrst class limited or unlimited fare Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir is a nW ioi -loo round trip. ant lemon drink that nositivolv nr00 oli i lOL'DtC on! T1aaa,1 H O i. 1 A J I .uua xycueiuuei ioiu to ana .Biliousness, Uoustipation, lDdia-e;tinn including trains scheduled to arrive at U Kirk nd YpWftna ttQou., :1U u' if iSn11 e f?renooa of December Diseases. Dizziness, Loss of aoDetit an, 1890 Good returning until and Fevers, Chills, Palpitation of Heart nd mciuumg uccemoer '4th, lbUO. NOTICE" all other diseases caused by disordered nver, sromacn ana kidnes, the first W. II. & lt. s. TUCKER & CO. Holiday Goods. um, wuueb; yellowCo. ecemb Koni closed auit: X - 7 good strained 1.20. JTtrtet I? a il a ote D". Jiu; b is ' I.lp'.I'"' " N -whig iui-:cf tr 2 - - ; .; To ny01d Soldier of 1st. I want to get the address who knew ma while strvmer in First, R'giment. Company D. under Capt. Win. H. King. Address roe at Rufas, Jackson c junty. Ark , and I will piy von for yrnr ir-.n-) wh-vn I hear from yo.. I Art Prf qttt T?.u great cause oi ail fatal d seases 50 ot r,AA V ,U1' 1U sersana and $1 per bottle. Sold 1 druli- "" Japa? 686 Ware' odd Pitc-8 Jlegiment. Prepared only by H. Moz T D lr, n k every deaiption; oftwomn Atlanta a. J ' ' u Bronzes, Bric-a-brac; novelties in WHEAT h,,e,Pr0dnCe Market' 93"S) Ci0i,ed quiet5 2 red winter rORVn.i ...... uiUOCU quiot; white miliin; C3. t?'u iv. T' in! Doug ft. V.-k. ! i LE3ION HOT DROPS. For oughs and colds, take Lemon Hot Drops. ror ore ?nnat and BrochiTi L -rn :i H'it Dps J 'Z -r ii .J.s er gools. Clocks, LimDS. Dolls. Tn &c, &c. While we show many very w ' ' - ciiow ! vHn i lroo , .1 1 - Of uWl told nJ f. ?Pt take .s tnke special care to the selection ithm the reach of ev W. H. & R. h. Tucker & Co A 1 p " raper Saves Her Life. It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap ?M5', but saved heAflne Home-mauB 1 Lb. Ti Di:.i-.r . : Peak, Fr j,.iu .v . - Albert A.i FRUIT MIL 1 1 AND : ISC Supplied With Cry h. icn, r. -hi. ii . - " '"'u ium nr nhu o on, .1 , muuuiu, reach ot every parse, ble and W,m ? 'u,?.b sre was. mcura- wPi,h,H w:UUi a scort time; she a Hppo V seventy pounds. O Mnl PPW PaP she read c o new ui Notice is h wilt ha uute ' bly uf N'ort ii ' the charter ot 3 : A : KucklenN Arnica Salve. n of 1 tjr.i.i il CS f.l invited. gc ts to-night, ryt irst deojre-3. luug disease, take Unaon An elegant and reliable " rts st flrTi:. u6Kimv rrepare octlttTiiur&Sju tillaprl 1 r r-v - j he oest -alve id the world for Onts ,mX r , discovery, and cot a ' ' " - !"rlr" '.'ppM H :rt.,. -Vil- 2t,;e' 'helped her more, bought a ' ' ': 'l: Er-.n,. t,i 8rew b"er fast, eomkm-d id only sitisf action, or money refunded. Price v-, ror saie Dy John Y H. ner partlculars Rend -o-e, Druggist. Fwt.K.Tr I" JohB ?Y f Jn1eriul Diovery free at Jonn Y. MacRae's drugstore. the v,af Ii. B. RAM - . : Itates, $2 ."0 ver HOTS T. fl 1 Bm., ;,-f.