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STATE OHKbWIOLE, S AT U R lA i', DECEMCEK 13.
-, balewu is mm. IN AND i OPENINGS AUOlJHlTIIBCAl-lTAL. 'JOMIiSU AND WOIWG. Pome of The Folks Yon Their Doing. Know and the Short Items of Netv Gathered on I ... hv the Chronicle's Reporters. Go to the matinee this afternoon one o'clock. The Raleigh eteam Uundry, wbica .s beiog moved to the Grimes building, ference jn Wilson. Oa F. II C-a:ercn weut rasv yester c. T. A. Coart, city. I. F. Doric h Eq , Mr. B. 0. Beckwith is attending cou- cf Ox'ord, i in the returned to Gold- connections uutuug in ex-ensiv the city at?r ajsttm. From the large number of game birds bom brought into tbo city, it is easy to Bee that the country sportsmen are Hav ing Home high old limes. TLe new street sweeping apparatus was out last nigbt doiDg Kme test worK. Itukei up the trash, but it kicks up a mighty dust while about it. The North Carolina delegation which attended the national convention of the Farmers' Alliance at Ocala, Fla., is ex pected to return on Monday. with the Miss Mamie Rice, of Virginia, is stop ping at the Yarboro. Mr. M. T. faiiliauw, of Ghaibaoi, vr. s in the city yesterday. Rev. Dr. Thos E. Skinner is counm d to his home by sickness. Judge T. B. Womack,of Pittsboro, ai rived in the city last evening. Mr. 0. W. Tillett, of Charlotte is at tending the Supreme court. Unl. F. A. Olds has returned from a trip to the eastern part of the btate. Mr. John Justice, of Waycross, Ga., is ... I 4 i. .KSlS i the city, vising Mrs. Annie Justice. iasned at I he rate of about four a day Mr acd Mrs. Jcsephus Daniels left from the office of the register ot cieea. yesterday to attend the Methodist col vift ,nt U the orico of admission ference at Wilson. . . . . I- - t Unatlr- I , A If: T..t r.nl mutmou nv iaa iitiuuua uvowu i i i. ,oarv ana misses iurc aui atmphony Orchestral uiuu iuia nooajit oiie o'clock. Tickets at the box 001 CO. While the Capital Hose company's wagon was nj&kicK for the fire yesterday, fireman's over coat wa lost from the injipmeut. Its return to the. q mpa Uj'a headquarters will ba appreciated. A movement has about boeu effected among the meicuauls of ihe ci'y by winch they will clone all stolen and ' places ot business ateeven o'clock p. ra, nfitr the first of January. Good. It's the proper thing. Don't point the weapon ba it pun, rifla or revolver at any objects except that at which you aim for thu purpose of hitting. Every week's papers prove the necessity for continual urging of thii "saye all" advice. It was reported here yesterday that the son of Warren G. Elliott, president of the Atlantic Coast Line, had been quite badly hurt while playing on nis college foot ball team. Mr. Elliott was summoned to bis son by telegram. It is said the Calvin Rogers, otherwise "Jfck, the Grabber" has confessed to attempting to rob Mr. 0. W. Bullock, a few niffhU since. He says he was hungry and wanted money to buy some thing to eat. Rogers hasn't got much of reputation for willingness to work. It was remarked yesterday that there was more of a disposition than ever among the moneyed men here to turn loom their cash on industrial enter oriscs. If that disposition breaks into STATE GUAR& ENCAMPMENT, A Probability that the First Virginia Regiment will Join the rorth Caro lina Boys in Camp. (Wilmington Star.) There is long prob.ihiliry that the First Kegimeuc ct Virginia Volunteers Will gO l'JiO UCAt 6ULUIUC1 WrightsviUe with the troops of the North Carolina State Guaid. Col. W. C. Jone3 yesterday received a letter from the Colonel of the First Vir ginia, of wb'ch the following is a copy, viz : Headquarters Fiusr Rfgiment Vikglnta Volunteers InfantbY, Richmond, Vu., LKc. 'J, 1890. Col. W. 0. JoSls commanding Second Rtgiraent, N. C. S. G : Sir: I am in receipt of yours of the 8th iost., referring to your meeting witu Col. Oowardin and extending to us your gratification at the knowledge that your Governor his extended to the First Regiment, Virginia Volunteers, an invi tation to camp at Wilmington next sum uir with your troops Ooloml, these two kind letters were most unexpected; yet for this the nwe highly appreciated A comp'iment has bsen paid us, than which none higher could have been x tended. Words fail me to express fully our feelings. I cu only say 1 thank you most heartily and that we will accept it we can so arrange. It is as you kDow necessary, first, forme to consult my su perior cffi.ers as to leaving the fctate, and then to refer these matters to a con ference of my officers. From sueh ex pr sc-io'-s hs 1 have heard to day. I am of oninion th;t within a few days I shall be able to write yoa that we are c lining, aoA tv hen. I will be obliged if jqu will send the Brass Aid rom, r' '.v ve. ;, TaOs &c.a& 11 h Tag?,Sho- lioiiday Goods A PpUn iid dispbi ui cau h en at v ' ilCKlMMON, MOSSLEY & McGEE S. Wanted! Some one who reads we.l, to read to a tenograpber 2 hours in the afternoon. Address Box 40, Raleigh, N. O. tf m m "Compliments of the Season" Is a very fine smoker, 25 in a box. Als "Live Indian," and other brands of cigars. At Ebsrhaudt & Pescdd's A Dazxlins Collection nf Xms thine most, beautiful at McKlMMC N, MOSELEY & MCGEE'S. For Tricycles, Velocipedes, Wagons and Toy, goto Hughes'. dtclO tf. Mr. S. L. Leary and T.nftie Smith, of Darham, came down to the city last night. Capt. J. A. OdeM, of Greensboro, and W. R. OJeil, Eo , of Concord, are reg istered al the Yarboro. - - . r . l v j. Mr. Ed CHamburs hmitn nas reiuruev frnm an r m,'.i:ii irio of iiiSDf-ction . f the t A V M-4 WJJf - ---j- State improyemtiuu in eastern Carohu- Mr. T. A. McNeill, of Lumberton, Mr, v m. Bh'ck. of Maxtou, and Cant. J. Rack, of Carthage, are in the city at- Diot with a description of your camp i ... i itroiittds sd surroundings, as suggeMeu by you. Again thanking you for your kindness, I am yours respect fully, Henry C. Jones, Colonel. W. II. & R. 5. lUCKER, & CO. Christmas Decorations. Our store is now in Hobday Attire, and we cordially invite every one to visit us and see the beautiful display, whether they wish to buy or not. Every body welcome. W. H & R. S. Tucker & Co. THE WOBLD'S CO MM E HOE. New oaK. D)cemb?r 12. - Mer. HuK.ard, i tompa in their cott )u oircii .o-mgot say: Man chester bought freely to-day in Liver pool, and our caules are of a decidedly favorable character, stating that faith in cotton at present prices was creating an investment demand that appeared likely to continue unless the American markets weakened under the pressure of heavy receipts. The buying power in our mar ket, however, is exceedingly limited." Beceipts at the ports to day were esti mated at 48,000 bales, against 31,051 bales last week, and 39,385 bales the same week last year. Spot cotton is quiet at unchanged prices; middling uplands 9 3 8; sales of 169 bales. Transactions in futures to-day were 70,000 bales. Futures closed 2 to 4 points lower as follows: December 9 00 - 02 January 9 1112 February 928-29 March..". 9 40- Aprll 9 4-450 Alay 9 69- juue 9 67- 68 July 9 7576 August 9 77 -7 September...... 9 49-51 Cotton. t ity. tialei J one. tendiDg to Supreme court. Gov. Fowle will attend tho Iote StMtfls Immigration association at Ash - vil! en December 17-19, though it fca been report d tjsgwhere that he will not be prtsent. Rev. I. McK. Pittenger, the new rector of the C.;ur;o of the Good Shepherd, arrived ia the city yesterday afternoon, wirb hi wife hi, l two children, ana is at orient the eue t of Bishop Lyman. Ho will officiate at the morning at d evening services in the Good Shepherd church on Sunday. 03 et yu 12 Cards, elegantly JiO written. B!uck ;ards written iu white. All the rage ! I Give me an order and see ho nice tht y are. G P. JONES. Raleigh, N. C. decll lm Pure Frea Cream. MrJ. M A. A'e4!0o lis pure fresh cream on haiid daily and cuti furnish those desiring it, ou application - at No. 4. coruei" Favetteviile and Cabarrus street, Doc. 12. -2 ti Galveston Norlulk .... Baltimore.. . Boston Wilmington.. Philadelphia Navannah . . . New Orleans Mobile Memphis . . . Augusta . . . Louisville. . . St. Louis. . . . Charlestoa .. Cincinnati . . UOO'Eaey J577 Quiet 3'.0 Dull . . . . Quiet . . ' i . Quiet Quiet Quiet Gl5 liasy rJUO Easy 360);Eac l03i;Qniet Steady Kasv Stedy Steady 1900 alarket. 9 3-16 9 M) 9 3-3 9 3-8 8 8-4 9 7-a 8 1-2 8 15-ttH 9 15-1 9 0-0 9 i"M) 9 1- 9 ( -0 9 1-2 9 1-4 reot.( i Jtp. 52G7j 5371! 7311 i 660 i97i 63:i 11187 21 j7 6701' 161 2846 335r 199c ;879 61G3 35' 8774 182-J 19396 4970 COLD WEATHER HEATI For Coal Portab fov Air and S! ati 5! FIRE DO; SHOVELS UOAL SIF Fancy FIRE SETS GS. s'Qve Boa COAL VASES GOD ft, 1, Largest Stoves Respectl'ally Stock Of f! J- c- S. Lnr- wIiV MELTING CAPITAL HALF WAY this Raleigh's Disposition to Encourage and Foster the Investment of 1 apital Here. At a meetins of the Board of Alder- - w men held last week, that bDdy granted the Raleigh Street Railway Company an exclusive charter franchise for thirty year, and also incorporated into tht charter the right for the company to practice, it will mean a great boom (not haul freight over its lines. . At . II i . fi iL! . a! I witn "a rang ' 10 it; tor mis section. It is surely somebody's business to look after pu ting new opera chairs in Metropolitan hall. It is a city hall, and as it is, the Chronicle regrets to say that it is not specially creditable to tho city m a city institution. Will the board of aldermen give some attention to this matter? B j sure to go to the matinee to be given by the Bston Symphony Orchestral Glubin Metropolian h ill to-day at one o'clock. It is simply glorious. Ovation after ovation followed each other last night. The praise and oommenl.ition of the performance was on everybody's tongue. Admission 50 cents to any part of the ball. Mr. John E Duke, formerly of this city and ate ward of the Yarboro House, wIk baa a hot of friends here, leaves in a few days for Sequachee, Tenn., where be opens a leading hotel to be known as Hotel Belmont. Mr. Duke is well and favorably known as one of the best ca terers in the tiouth, and those here who Lave partaken of his viands will not fail to take advantage of bis accommodations when in his whereabouts. THE FREDERICKSBURG FUND. This action was announced at the time and since then t ere has been some verr bal crit cism of the bjaid for having given avay so much." A number of gentlemen were helard talking the matter ovev yesterday. Inej were some ot the leauiug, progressive ! men of the city, and don't believe in j giviug away" anything to a corpora- ; tion. Bat the concensus of their opinion was that the action of the board wa- wise and progressive. It was argued that tho board, by withholding these privileges, would have probably made it difficult to have induced capitalists to invest m the enterprises which are pro jected ud linked with the electric rail way, and thereby have crippled or driven the entire scheme away from the city; and then it might have been twenty or thirty years befote another such a prop osiriou would have been made. Capital is timid and will not go where it does not fiod a practical welcome. It will cost nearly $100,000 to establish the proposed system of railway. Dr. Jacobs, who is managing the whole enterprise, has an option on the Grimes property lying southeast of the city, and he contemplates using the railway sys tem for improving and dev lop iog it, and making something like a new city out there. There are more than a thousand acres in this property. lb begins about half a mile from the pres ent corporate limits and extends south ward and eastward for some distance. The Boston Symphony Concert. The audienoe which greeted the "os ten Symphony Orchestral club last nitht was nothing like as large as the reputation of the company and the excellence of its performances warrant ed. It was the most j-aperb musical ombination that ever appeared in ual ewh. Able musical critics assert fact The ar ists of the company are a fol lowtj Mons. Alfred de Seve, leader and virtuoso r Herr Richard Poltmann, vio-l-nist; Herr R. Stoelzer, viola and viola d'amour; Herr Ernest Oehlhey, violiu ctllo soloist; Mons. Fr. Rucqaoy, flute virtuoso; Herr Frederick Dreibrodt, con tra bass; Fraujein Annie C. Mantell, prima donna. The programme was of rare excellence, and it's entire rendition would have done credit to any organization of double its number. Every one of the artists was warmly and cordially encorod, and the violin virtuoro, DeSeve, was accorded an ova tion B'tt these honors were almost : quaV-y divided by Mots a Rucquoy, th rlufe virtuoso. lho simple trutn is tese two artists are maicdless. Fraulein Anna 0. jVJantell, the prima donna, has a soft, sweet voice, which in tho rendition of classical selections or home airs is solnciu and thrilling. The other artists showed their richly de served reputation of bding absolutely first-clavss. 1 he numbers on toe programme were so aptly chosen and delightfully ren dered that it is difficult to make nice discriminations as to which were tne most appreciated ; but the Club's Slum ber Song, Loin du Bal, and Hungarian Dance were adjudged to approach per fection as to composition and interpre tation. The Washington Critic unhesitatingly says that it regards this orchestra as qual in its way to the Theodore Thomas Orchestra. A matinee will be given in Metropoli tan hall today at one o'clock, p. m. Admission to any part of the hall will be 50 cents. Wan ed. A well recommended, drug clerk. Address "DRUGS," . Care State Chronicle. dec. 12-4 w. u & K. S. TUCKER, & CO. Wraps In Liverpool today spot cotton was steadv: middling uplands 5 3-16d; sales experienced io.OOO bales. Futures closed easier, as follows: December , 5 OS C9 Dftftember and January 5 08 09 January and February 5 11 February and March 5 14 Maroh and April ' April and May Get something tint will i. can nnd it among our stn," Underwear, Hats, Cap,, "S vata, Jewelry, Watches R,,k ' ana snoes. limhrj u. l'. V We show u grand line of wraps, Ladies', Misses', and Children's, the best workmanship, stylish materials, and our prices are the lowest. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Wanted. Five thousand sticks of post oak. white oak, cedar, cypres or juniper, six feet long, six inches across the small end. Send proposals for auy part or all of them, stating whsD they can be deliver ed to Jones & Powell, Raleigh, N. C. The City Cotton Market. Kalkioh, N. C, Dec. 12-5 p. ai. Good Middling 9 Strict Middling 99 Middling Strict Liow Middling 88 Low Middling 8X6 Stains and Tinges 88a Home fancy bales sold at 10. Gbades above Middling very scarce and in good de mand at ;ull prices. Keceipt8 403 oslei. clothiers matt 7 r M The Cincio?Hti Enquirer 8ays: "Cherish the Chrysanthemum and fondle the Uolden Rod, but don't forget to put on your Winter flinnels.'' McKim moDy Moseley & McGee are here to sup ply all demands for Wintilr Underwear, of men and women, boys and girls at the very smallest prices possible. Notice! Notice is hereby given that applica tion will be made to the General As sembly of theS:ate of North Carolina at its next session to incorporate a company with power to do a general banking bus- mess at Kaieign, ana witn an tne pow ers usually granted to such corpora tions, tf W. H. & R. S. TUCKER At CO. New York Money Market. New York, December 12. Monev closed easy at 3 per cent. Exchange closed steady; pasted rates 4 80(gl actual rates 4..7&( 4 7X xor bU days and 4 824.82 for de- mauu. uovemmenw cioeea steadv; cur rency sixes 109 bid; fours (coupons) 122 bid; lour-ana-a-natia (coupons) 103 bid. -SOME Tfl- We Make i Bal; AT Baltimore Produce Market. Cotton closed quiet. Middling unlands 8- Sell The Amount Collected and Forwarded to Date. There are one hnndred and sixty-four Nor,th Carolina graves in the cemetery Jfc iies prettily, and if it shall fall iu the at Fredericksburg, Va. . uuo V1 tt . ruug , "'f"' v l -i u can De improved acd developed at a The neaastones have fallen down and phenomenal rate. Already it is contem- the graves and all markings are becom- plated to erect an immense hotel and a ing obliterated. large cotton factory as opening enter- An appeal was made some time ago prises, but these matters are dependent, for North Carolinans to contribute to a upon the terms on which that property fund for replacing these headstones. may be bought, and upon such united cu- Mr. Joseph G. Brown has received and couragemeut as the city may give, forwarded $113 50. This amount was These are but forecasts of the results contributed as follows: which m ly follow the action of tha D. G. Fowle, $10; A. Home, $5; R B bard of aldermea. Its liberal policy Raney, $5; J. 8. Cunningham, $5; Rufus will always attract liberal inve?tmen ; Barringer, $5; C. J. Voorhees. $1; W. A and it ong it always to give aud offer ev- 8mitb, $5; W. T. London, $5; J. S. Cirr, cry legitimate inducement possible for $10; W. R. Bond, H. T. Bahnson, $10; the return of any investment of capiml Mrs. M. R I'ittman. $10; W. W. Watt, that seeks to come here. Tnese matters Fur Mufls and Capes. We are showing a full line of the most fashionable Muffs and Capes, Beaver, Black Marfen. Wool, Seal, Persianna, As rachau, &c. Oar present stock not affected by the recent rise in prices. H. & R. 8. Tucker & Co, Oysters. Sslect Norfolk Oysters 45 cents per quart. Morehead City Oysters 25 cents per quart. Good solid measure. S3nd orders to my store or stall in city market. D. T. John rm. Phone 28. LOUR Closed dull; Howard Street and Western super 3.0O3.4U; do. do extra 3 00(34.40; do. do. family 4.505.00; city milla Hio brands extra 5 005.20: winter wheat patent 5.0('5 50; spring do. 5.305.50; do. do straight 5.10(35.25. WHEAT Southern steady and firm; PtJtz 951.00; Longberry 9o.10l; steamer No. 2 red ybi; western farm; No. 2 red winter spot and December 90. OO.HN Southern closed active and fiAsJpr- white 53583; yellow 5358V; Western easy: mixed spot 5e. U ATS -Closed inactive; ungraded Southern and PennglYaaia 5a52W:do Wi-a 5152a; do. do. mixed 5050i; graded JSo. 2 .white 52. iiYiS Closed firm; prime to choice 80(231; good to prime 7l79. mOVlSlONS Closed old il 50; new 12 IU; balk uieata, loose shoni. oar o ; ciear no tiues fi ftniTar -niklprl V.nl.-.r, a. , . ' ouuumoio (, uans, iuji. LAKDRefined 7. iqix u uun ; iair itio cargoes to JGA.R Closed quiet: erannlatert fii WFTTSIITWV l i " . at 1.211.2i. i Yx r- Stronach's Cocoanut and Almond Y.r Sponge 1 inperH, Citn n Va:;it Lemon and Xmi'x ii lead Jally D.am-.tii i . Lemon, Vani'Ja ami V.s.v. TTTTV Ti iT Plain atiil :ct-d .it'iv ! .. FltUIT, POUND, srONGL -AN"I JELLY CAKE: Tlie Ik't Bread -I- -Closed very active and etrong FRENCH VIKNN AND IW I Buns, Vienna and tui:.?- K t-m'ii-fc' "XT DAT VIH'ii' s T T" K Oulv Baltimore Bond Market. thJ m 6mber 12Yirginia VJ. SPECIAL NOTICES. W. II. & It. S. TUCKER & CO. Holiday Goods. Our display of Holiday Goods is on a grander scale than we have ever before attempted. We have endeavored, and we believe succeeded, in providing for the wants of every person. H. & R S Tucker & Co. A CAitD. $3; Mi-s Meegrie Cowper, $1: A. M. Hoalts, $10; T. B Kenan, $5; Students Uuiverbiiy N. O. $15 50; T. F. Davidson, 5.00. Total, $113.50. are by no means of a "moonshiny" nv ture. They are under earnest and prac tical consideration. Raleigh's Special Asheville Delegation Fire Yesterday. Yesterday morning at about 10.4 a m. fire alarm came in from box 47. The lo cation of the fire was 209 West North streeta frame house owned by . F. Wyatt and occupied by Alonzo Williams. It ii in one of the extremities of the city, but, the fire department was there and had on two streams of water so quick that only ten dollars worth of damage By special request the city will appoint was done to tne roor. two delegates, it was intended to do . Wheu tbe alarm sounded the Rescue this at the meeting of the board of al Horse 'Henry" was hitched and driven dermen on Thursday night, but no quo out on the fifth tap of the gong on the rum was present. Mayor Thompson wi 1 llrat round, tnat is, to say, tne wagon tnereiore taKe tne matter in hand aud At the last meeting of the chamber of commerce, that bxly decided to send two delegates to represent the organiz tion in tbe Inter States Immigration con vention which meet3 in Asheviue on De cember 17th-19th. President Latta was requested to appoint the delegates, and he has nominated Metsrs. R. H. Battle ana josepnus Lianieis as tne representatives. YanceyvilleN C, Dec 8th, 1890. I hereby announce myself a candi date for doorkeeper of the Sen ate of the next General Assemblv of North Carolina. I have served the Democratic party as a member of the County Executive Committee and other wi s;f the county of Caswell for the last tifi.rvn years, most of the time as Secreta l y of the Committee and in the last cam I ais?n as its chairman, and now in the year of it" most signal triumph, may I not ask my party iu the Senate to give me this most humble, vet honorable position, promising a faithful performance of its duties? II. P. Bbandon. CHRiSTMAL HOLIDAY R.iTES. People Can Go and Come Without Bankrupting their Pockets. The Richmond and Danville Railroad will sell rounp trip tickets betwepn all poiuts in North Carolina at reduced rates, during the Christmas holidays. Tickets on sale Dec. 20th to 25th, inclu sive, good to return until and including January 2d, 1891. Also on sale Dc 29th and 30th, good returning until and including January 5ih, 1891. Raleigh to Washington and rpf.nm $10 lO W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. Holiday Goods. Art Pottery, French China, in sets and odd pieces ; Japanese Ware, odd pu ces of Furniture of Bronzes, Bric-a brae; novelties in Leath er goods. Clocks, Lamps, Dolls, Toys, &c. &c. While we show many very han-isome goods, we have also given special care to the selection of useful articles within the reach of every purse. W. H. & R. 8. Tucker & Co. .Now while the elbow room is plenty is the time to do your Gioyu buying. They are entered on the gift-list by many ladies. Almost every pair in present aispiay is ot recent purchase. - What New York Produce Market. ?T nun - rutt-uiosea ami but fine Sr'iff.'S"?8 2-3 Southern flour closed wifPA-p "ui -v extraa 4-M5.00. .tprv:V..i.u4 nominally nrmer; No 2 red w nter December 1.04 m vm. U1 ? 8Pot 8les No. 2 r.ini.rDJJSPXBaleB 2 mixed De- THE BEST MATEKfALS Ti WE USE 50 ALl". We extend a special iuv tatio-. vific our ULii'-rv, East Hanrett Street, b-tx,-:, ; Wilniingt'ju ?r:t; '.- W. C. & A. B. WB spot spot sales Grocers, Rakers nn- rt CiATS- Ciosed white u3; spot iUHK-Clrsed new. iuci : snot Axle XT i sales No. 2 mixed December ami; mess 10.75 12.00 for MJQAK- Kefintd closed q aet- tnt and crushed PA. 1 ' Ut OUITEE- Closed steady; fair Hi0 cargoes loaf Naval Stores. were as toi lows- i.ain .,i -,. u lo;J , r j DfU 1 tQ ! w I 'lUaU tllinun . O no i ' . satisfaction, to choree from a stock not ,57' a !r L3i 9 barrels. mussed, m smatchrl. rnnfnflrl r.m nf-.L -"TuM,r1!' "Ul1" scents for in anv wav. P'.v.-ru otTri t : I Kin ; . . t , ma,tnfne oarrels. j- J Dv,D itom ucai - ,. muuunw aemand at olii weur to jt-aris evening fashiou?. Prices that others don't care to rlrmli. i I i ; cate. MoKlMMON, MOSELEY & McGEE. dec 12 2t. eaeier .Til! was driven out of quarters before the Ustft'x taps were sounded of the first sound of tbe box. A member of the Capital Hose compa ny claims that their doub'e team was httohed and the wagon driven out of qnartcrs on the fourth stroke of the first onnd of tho alarm. Pretty qiick work all around. make the appointments. HHP HEME COURT. Appeali from 11th district disposed of on yesterday : Hester vs. Mullen, argued by W. A. Hoke, for appellee. Home va. Bank; argued by Covington k Adams and Batchelor & Dr-vereux, for the plaintiff, and Burwell & Walker and J. Vann, for the defendant. Cancellation of Mortgages, Ac. The farming element of thi3 .section is getting into a better financial condition tban it has been in for more tban tea years. 1 his fact is shown by the im mense number of mortgages, notes, &c. that is being cancelled every day. These cancellations are made at the office of the reg ster of deeds, and chief clerk Oodwin says that more of these obliga tions have been paid off aud cancelled since the Democratic administra'.ion went into ofncD this year, than were can celled a unng the whole time he was formerly in the office with Cant&in M W. Page, which time covered a period of ueariy iwo years. or Christmas Carpets. What in all the world is better more acceptable than a nice new carptt prtJBtsub. jtive your wife a new carpet for the parlor or sitting room or hall, or make your daughter happy by the present of a new carpet Isow you can get a good carpet rel cheap at Swindell's. One special bar gain we have is a miss-cut carpet which we will sell very low. It will fir measuring in the neighborhood of 15x16 iov. Anmai- price was 90 J TH .. yaru. will sell it at 70 da and W W 5 00, rT wna a- u- December 12Stirit8 1 tarDentii.fi taA or i, . opiriuj I -. , - wvj aiuj. xvudin Closed firm- strained 1.10: jrnn.i d. iu Ta rni' Crude WU. a KW- 1.1.1 I U T-S 9B . . Turnenune firm- ,a nn. .. " dip 1.90; virgin 1.90. ' yeuow Corn firm; white 67; yellow 65. j H ABLE8TON. S. C. r)fliTrKo to c..-i turnentine fir o'. rrr" -ppi" goud utrained 1.20. closed quiet; Cincinnati Produce Market. fo62KReSUlar l08ed family W 50 cents per cents. It is Raleigh to Richmond and return, $7 50 y Brnssel an perfectly lovely. In T 1 i a t i i ' I n Minor an rwAsi- .-. . J xl Baleigh to Lyochburer and rom 6.40. ' Rleigh to Wilmington and return, $5 30. Raleigh to Winston-Salem, N 0 and return, $4 40. ' '' All other points in same proportion For further information, call on or address, W. A. Turx, D. P A X Vf 8 ?u uer we made a mistake in -.115 mis wipet. oeeit, at Srindell's. Is Consumption Incurable ? Read the following. Mr V H witu Aoscess oi Lungs, and fra a uuo &u.VA Raleigh, N. O. nnnSfr an Incprable . rT T;! stt" uismg ur. Kine - New Discovery for Gnnnm;.. 5' Bncklen' Arnica Salvp. The Best Salve m the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe ver bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Corns, and all Ski Eruptions and positive y cures Piles, SwK Ji J1 ve Et muaey retunded. Price 25perbox. ForttlebyJobT iscovery for Consumntmr, " now on my third bottle, and able to over see the work on my farm. It ia the finest mediane ever made " :-;88se Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio wys: "Had.it not been for Dr. Kik New Discovery for Consumption I wonM have died of Lung Troubled WasS up by doctors.-. Am now in best nf Nashville Produce Market. 98?W,AT-Cloaed Ko. 2 red winter COHX-CIosed quiet; white milline 63. "I STOP aTtHeT Moseley House, 124 FAYE1TEVILLE ST., Raleigh, N. C. Street Cms Piss Ike Hoar Every 23 Kiauies. Koasonablo Rates. . . " per oar. J Will mak?rnttj.i x. T. BSSffSjf GenUemen'8 Dining jwung wrveti to order. (jyl7-tf) rTTivr Tmpckta reak. Frt-au & Co.V, I.'- ' " Metropuhun J Albert xVrrow FRUIT -MILK-A-AND SUKbEtt BISCUT Jobbing Trade tfJ Supplied With Crackers d;I 5- Horses ami Mule-r !; We keep -Crackers and CafcH NOT OIT. CV'i Cat Mauutactarel Ei.; :---. : GRAHAM AND SCOIVIH WAFERS- CHAMPAGNE SUGAK : A tiiM y ,TI MjfC ii '" AT.liEilT lilSl'U1 -AND- Homa-made Fru 1 Lb. TiiH -,'3f. coaaunt'-y on rovSO-ti!!"!. Cor. Mar:: a-- Notice is hereby ir3 win h mMdc to tbe ncM bly of North Carol I ?i K ;l e f me cattrwr - - iit - Dec 7. 30 d T,nf: THE VAKBOUOJ; it. B. BANEy.I'ro? w,J tUtee, $2 50 pr dajJ' HOTEL FLOBj ,