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SATE OHKONieXJS, 3UNIAY, DECEMBER 14.
BALEIGU IN BKliii;'. - 4 t ir ipfviv(;s IN AND AHOirNH THE CAPITAL. Short Item ot News fathered on the Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. Christmas decorations all around, on all sides everywhere. The weather is beginning to get down to something like business. The Boston Symphony Orchestral club went to Salem yesterday. A brilliant german is one of the features booked for the comiDg holidays. T Shield, of Scotland Neck, has been appelated a notary public by the Gov ernor. Gov. Fowlo yesterday signed and issued the official commissions to the newly elected Judges of the State. J. II. Wheeler, 428, walnut street Philadelphia, has bepu appointed a com miiontr of deeds for North Carolina. Ttere has bten less talk about and less movement toward Sunday-school Christmas trees than ever before in the city this year, but they will all probably wake the matter up this week. A- horse broke loose yesterday and made things "widen" on Fayetteville street down to Market square. There the animal turned and took charge of a sidewalk, and cleared it up too. Ha was captured before he got away. With flrst-ciass street sprinklers atid the best two horso street sweepers made, there is surely nothing t: prevent Raleigh from having the neatest streets to be found anywhere. That's what we are lookine for Mr. Street Comnrsuoner BUke. Theatrical companies and musicil organizilions will flud it to their interest to atoer clear of Raleigh when the Christmas season is as close as it is now. People are too busy with holiday goods and presents to be giving much attention to other things at this time. Messrs, Creswell and Breed, of Iredell county, who have been here erecting a monument over the grave of the late Prof. Kerr, have finished their work and returned home yesterday. The monu ment is of North Carolina granite, and is the first one of that material ever brought here. AH the little folks will be glad to know CHURCHES TO-DAY. Baptist. First Baptist Church "Rev. J. "W. Carter. D. D., paster. Sundav-school at 9:'i0 oMock promptly. Taos. H. Briggs. superintendent. Preaching at il a m and 7:30 p m. Strangers in tne cil auu iuo pub lic cordially invited to attend all these services. Bptist Taijern'Aclk Re?. J. .T.Hall, D 1) , pastor. Sunday-school opens at ii.ir.oi; v R. llrouzhton, supemtend- ent. Preaching at 11 a m and 7:S0 p m. All cordially invited. Christian Church. fnnmTiAV CHURCH Rev. J. L. Foster, pastor. Sunday-school at 9:30 a m Preach nitr t 7-0 p. m. bv the pas-or. No other SPECIAL NOTICES. Boys' and youths' school shoes at 1.25 and $1,50, at Heller Bros. Brass Andirons, Feaders, Tongs,Sho vels, Tables &eat Hashes.' . Young Man, kive tier a Fan That's a brtezy bit of adv;c?. The affir is pretty and attractive and it's bound to be used sometimes to fan or to flirt. Fall line of all sorts at McKdimon, Mosely & McGee's. SPECIAL NOTJCES. Mines' extra tf-v-t shot at $1 25 par p-ur, weaving school 8iz 11 to 2, at Hellek Bsos. All Catholic. o i itrcii of the Sacred Trunks and Valises to $10 at from 50 cnts np Heller Bros. dec. 12-4t Gents' L-ica Shoes $1.50 aud $2 at Heart. Rev. A Father Francis, pastor, services at il a m anrt at 7 p m by the pastor. All cordi ally invited. Episcopal. . Church of the Good Shepherd -Re. I McK. Pittinger, rector; Third Sunday in Advent. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 3:30 p. in; oi7oninff nravp.r and sermon at 7:30 p. m. All seats free. Tue public cordially invited drug cierk. to attend. Christ CnuRcn Rev. jtf. M. Marshall. D. D.. rector. Third Sunday in Ad vent. Divine Service and sermon at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 4 p. m. Evening prayer at 5 p m. Services aui mg the week: Wednesday at 5 p. in. and Friday at 10 m. The public cordially invited , Methodist. Edentox Street Church Rev. J. H. Cordon, D D , pastor. Sunday -school at 9:30 a. in. W. J. Young, Sup't. No other services. Central M. E. Church, Routii. Rev. Tj. L. Nash, pastor. Sunday-school t 9:30 a. m. v. N. Snellmg, superintend ent. No other services. Brooklyn Church Rev. J. D Pegram, pastor. Services at 11 a m and 8 p in, by the pastor. Sunday-school at 3 p m. The public are cordially invited. Presbyterian. First Presbyterian Church Rev. J. S Watkins, D. D., pastor. Sunday-school at 9:30 a m. Preaching at 11 a rn and 7:30 p m. Services at Mission Chapel at 4 p m. Politt ushers. Seats t ee. All cordially invited. V. II, & II. S. TUCKEt fc CO. Something new is ad le i almost daily to our already splendid exhibit of Art Pottery, Fine Furniture, etc. We have never shown so many lovely pieces. W. H. & IL ti. Tucker & Co. an led. A well recommended, experienced Address "Drugs," Care State Chronicle. and Gaiters only Heller Bros. II. & K. 8. TUCKER & CO. Wanted! Some one who reads well, to read to a stenographer 2 hours in tne aiuwiiwu. Address 15ox4U, naieinu, . vy. a 2rn Will gei you j. v ' - ir-I' O written. Black cards written m white. All the rage 1! Give me an oraer anu. B how nice they are. . . , at n Gk Jr. JUJN.LS, itaieigu, a. . decll-lm Gents' Neckwear, Gloves, &c. Our stock of Gents' Furnishings cocnpletfl with the very best class Gents' Underwear, Caffs, Collars, Hand kerchiefs, &c, Ac. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. is of Where Boreas Breathes. How delightfully and comfortable. Lap Robes and Eiderdown Comforts. Need more be written to arouse their interest in your Christmas thoughts? McKiiixiON, Moseley & JMcGee. Christmas Holiday Rates. "Compliments ol the Season" Is a ' very fine smoker, 25 in a box A.Uo "Live Indiau " and other brands up by Wanted. TTitro thousand sticks of post oak, white na.Azr Mnrfts or iuniDer. six feet civ inhfs across ihe small ena. h.a -rrwt for anv uart or all 01 ocuu i"- 1 - j T tbem, stating when they can be deliver Pd to Jones & Powell, Raleigh, N. C. For Tricycles, Velocipedes. Wagons and Toys, go to n declO tf. . Notice! Notice is hereby given that applica Hon will be made to the General As sembly of the State of North Carolina at its next session, to incorporate a company with Dower to do a general banking bus iness at Raleigh, and with all the pow ers usually granted to such corpora tions. 11 m m m Is Consumption Incurable? Read the following. Mr. C. H. Mor ris, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, am now ou my third bottle, and able to over see the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made." Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption I would have died of Lung Troubles. Was given doctors. Am now in best of THE WORLD'S COMMENCE, "''itr ' Maze, Mlim6 j r Nbw Yobk, Decemoer 10. - iixers. . A-1- Hubbard, Vrix uompauy m tueir cotton circniur i-u-uik"" j Liverpool market opened at a slight im provement to-day, and speeauy tost it, . .1 1 A. and closed 1 point lower tnau iast eveu- ing. Here the speculative market was sluggish. . L Spot cotton is auu uu coaj u un changed prices; middling uplands 9 3 8; sales of 98 bales. Transactions in futures to-day were 42,000 bales. - Stock in New York warehouses 48,000 bales, against 92,100 bales the same week last year. Futures closed steady, as follows: December 9 January " February J March 9 April 9 47-48 Mav - 9 5657 June 9 65-66 July 9 73-74 August 9 75-76 HflrfcAmifir 9 o OU Cotton. "ir5" castles A a fa . 1 FINEST " Wlarshmallow 5 11, aJc i Finest City. Galveston.. . Norfolk Baltimore.. . Boston. Wilmington.. Philadelphia savannah . . . New Orleans Mobile ilemphis . . . Augusta ... Louisville. . . St. Louis Charleston .. Cincinnati . . Sale 1768 1409 3625 4250 600 3600 1180 i666 600 509 Tone. Sieady Quiet Nom,l Quiet Quiet Quiet Quiet Steady Jasy tfeak Quiet Weak Quiet Steady Steady Market. 9 3-16 9 0-0 9 1-4 9 3-8 8 3-4 9 7-8 8 1-2 8 15-1" 8 15-1 9 0-0 9 0-0 9 1-4 8 15-16 8 1-2 9 1-4 Rect. 5162 3857 900 253 12 3926 I807.r 1631 69 2433 1756 322 i 426 Exp 4262 115 10521 10614 In Liverpool to day spot cottonwas quiet; middling uplands o J-ioa; sales 7.000 bales. The Ri'unnd aud Dauville railroad will sell tickets bstween all points on its line in North Carolina on account of the Christmas holidiys, at rate of four ceuts per mile one wi y for the round trip. Tickets on sale December 20th to 25th inclusive. Good returning until find including January 2nd to 4th, and of cigars. At Eberhaudt & Pescud's health." Try it. Sample bottles free at John Y. McRae's drugstore. December 29th to 31st inclusive. Good that Santa Claus sent a telegram yester- returning until and including January day sayiDg that his sleigh was full of the 5th, 1891. prettiest kind of things, and all his pret- Tickets will also be sold inter-state and ty reindeer were fat and frisky, and he to points on other roads as follows from would be here on Christmas Eve night Charlottee, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, to Kive all the good little girls and boys Durhaui, Raleigh, Goldsboro. W. II. & It. 8. TUCKER & CO. boils. Dol:s for a penny, dolls for a nickel, dolls for a dime, dollars for a dollar and dolls for several dollars each and all kinds of doll things. W. H. & It. S. Tucker & Co. THE EYE is one of our most precious organs, and therefore do your best to preserve it: and in doing so you must shun all cheap, imperfect, broken and scratched spectacles, and do not persist lieller and Douglass $2 50, f 3, $4 and in going without them when your sight The City Cottn Market. Raleigh, N.C., Dec. 13 5 p.m. Uirtdlins 9X Strict Middling 99 New York Money Market. New Yoek, December 13. Money on call was easy to-day at 3 per cent, was the suly rate, aud at the close accommodations were plentifully offered at 3. Exchange closed steady; posted rates 4.794 84: actual rates 4 78 lor 60 daysj and 4.83 lor demand. Govern ments closed steady; currency eixes 109 Did; tours (coupons) 122 bid; four-and-a-halfa (coupons) 103 bid. Baltimore Produce Market. Cotton closed dull. Middling uplands $5 shoes in all styles, at sizes ana wiatns Heller Bros. A Cancer Cured. gnat heaps of pretty presents. COMlJNi. AND tiOiftfe. Home oi The Folks You Know and Their Doings. Mr. J. D. Michal, of Hickory, is here. Dr. J H. Daniel, of Dunn, is in the city. lion. J. W. Coopr, of Murphy, is at the Yarboro. Capt. E. J. Parrish of Durham was here yesterday. F. F. CohooD, E?q , of Elizabeth City, is in town. Col. Isaac A. Sug, of Greenville, is registered at the Yarboro. Col. Paul B. Means, of Concord, ar rived in the city yesterday. Hon. R E. Little, of Wadeboro, is attending the .Supreme court. Ilev. Mr. Pettinger, the new rector of the church of the Good Shepherd, will officiate there to day. Editor J P Strong, of the Chrrlotte democrat, gave trie uhronicle a very pleasant call yesterday. Mr W. G Separk returned yesterday from the north where he has been iu search of Xnas bargains. The Durham bun says: It is rumored that Rev. J. L. White, pastor of the First Baptist church, has received a call from Asheville, but we hope he will re main in Durham. To Washington, D. C, Lynchburg, Richmond, Va., Wilmington, Fayette ville, N. C. ; Chester, Columbia, B. C , and Augusta, Ga. Southern later-State Immigration Con veution, Abbeville, N. C. 1890. To accommodate parties attending the Southern Inter-State Immigration Con vention, at Asheviile, N. C, the Rich mood and Danville railroad, will provide extra coaches on regular trains of December 15th and lGth, and will also have extri sleeping cars at Greensboro to go through to Asheville on thosa days, in addition to the regular service. To reserve space in these sleeping oars, ap plication should bj made to the ticket ageut at Green,' bro, or to W. A. Turk, f). P. A., Raleigh. N. C. Summsrville, N. 0., Dec. 11, Dr. J. H. Daniel, Dunn, N. C. Dear Sir : The sore on my face which was pronounced epithrial cancer is perfectly well, and I do not hesitate to recommend your mode of treatment to any person suffering with cancer. Respectfully, H. M. McKay, M. D. . Wh:it Shall the Remembrance Be? That's the top thought iu almost ev er body's mind. Eleven days to settle ine question in. me counters are ra diant with present hints. Come good man or woman and look around a bit while stocks are in brilliant bloom and get-at-able. The store is more than ever begins to fail yon (giving as reason that they will make you appear older or th?t you mav have to use them constantly if you begin.) Experience has shown that those who bad recourse to artificial aid to the first sign of failing vision, pre served their eyes to,fhe inost advanced age, while those wtS: t3bm pride or other various reasons delayed the same, found a great deal of difficulty in getting glass es to fit their overstrained eyes at all Prof. Nye. tho optician of New York City, who is now at the Y&rborough House, will give you the best of advice and examination free, and adapts his excellent glass es to your eyes so as to give you instant i elief. Special calls without any extra charge. . IiExllON ELIXIR. Holiday Rites on the Seaboard Line. Alr- The Seiboard Air Ine will sell re duced rate round-trip tickets for the Christmas holidays between all points along its line. Tickets will be on sae December 20th to 25th inclusive: good returning till January 2d, also from De cember 29? h to 31st Its Wonderful Eflect on the Liver, Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys and Blood. Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir is a pleas ant lemon drink that positively cures all Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion, threes 6263. an Sick and JNervous Headaches, Kidney Diseases. Dizziness, Loss of appetite, Fevers, Chills, Palpitation of Heart, and all other diseases cauped by disordered liver, stomach and kidneys, the first ereat causa of all fatal rlisAaRPa Kft .to Store Open Evening. and 1 per bottle. Sold all drniats' tt ni -A . 1 1 i I i-k , . ... -oo uuiu vjurisbiiias our siore win De open rreparea only by Jtl. Mozley, M. D quanta, ixa. your own to use and enjoy. McKraiicN, Moseley & McGee. A. A . Douglas Police Shoes $3 50. Best shoe in the world for the money. One pair ought to wear a man a year. Heller Bros. W. II. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. 'LOUR Quiet and steady; Howard Street and Western super 3.003.40; do. do extra 3.604.40; do. do. family 4 505.00; city mills liio brands extra 5.00.5.20; winter wheat patent 5.0('25 50: snriDg do. 5.3005.50: do. do. straight 5.105.25. WlibAr Southern hrm and verv scarce: Fnltz 99&1.01; Longberry 9K&.101; steamer No. 2 red 9(i94; Western firmer; No. 2 red winter fpoc and December 97. CO.iN southern closed quiet and easier: white 5o58; yellow 5258X; Western nrm; mixed spot 59. OA.X& Quiet, easier: unsrraded Southern and Pennslvadia5i52;do Western white 5152)$; do. do. mixed 5U50; graded No. 2 .white 52. ititii Dull, firm; prime to choice 8081 good to prime 7179. FKUVldlON 8 Closed auiet : mesa imrlr old 1 1 50; new 12X0; bulk meats, loose shoul- aers o$; long clear 6 ; clear rib sides 6; sugar-pickled shoulders 6; sugar-cured smok ed shoulders 7; hams, 102. jjaivd iiennea v. COFFEE Closed dull : fair Rin 19V. fcJGAR Closed quiet; granulated 6- WHISKEY Closed Verv active and utrnrxr at 1.211.24. Baltimore Bond Market. Baltimore, Md., December 13. Virginia evenings With our turning till January 5th inclusive establishment so perfectly inclusive; good re- lighted, this will be a great convenience New York Produce Market. PLOUR-Closed steadv maud ; fine grades 2.fi0a3.fi5: ftntiArfina q 3 75; citv mills extra s ii.tf as . fv.- xvC i dies. WHEATClosed 1 cash; sales No. 2 red winter December CORN Closed steadv : n 9 mir a.is7 65 cash. " Masonic. to those who fail to the day rush. W. H. & R. get served during S. Tucker & Co. NOT 8 FOR BUYER?. Hiram Lodge No. 50, A. F. and A.M., will meet in regular communication Monday evening, December 15 inst.,at 7 p. m. important meeting, as the offi cers on that occasion will be elected for the ensuing twelve months. E B. Thomas, Sec'y. Ladies' Common Sense and Opera Ti,e button and Lace shoes, all sizes at $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00, at Heller Bros. We make the besrianinsr of the holi- The many beautiful things at King and McUee's drugstore are exciting the warmest admiration. They have just added a lot of lovely Christmas cards. A gentleman or ldy is not in perfect There will be an dress unhes there be glimpses of neat meeting of Rescue coranany to-morrow Rescue Company--SpecialMeetin fitting shoes; and Heller Bros, tell more about shoes, &c, in this issue than was was ever told before in the same space. Messrs W. 0. and A. B. Stronach have more good things than they can tell about; bat in their announcement else where they make mention of such Christmas dainties as will make your mouth water. You'll think of old times past and the good times to come. See herel You have just ten days in which to get the pick of Christmas nov elties for boys. W. G. Separk has got ten in a consignment of Christmas toys (Monday) night at, 7:30 sharp. Every member is requested to be present. . New Advertisements. Berwanger Bros. Wide-Awake Shoppers. W. H. & R. S.Tucker & Co. Holiday Fair. Moseley, McKimmon & McGee Opening ol Holiday Go- ds. W. C. & A B. Stronach Good Things Too Numtrous to Mention. days very agreeable to buyers of certain goods A stock of just the Furs that women will be wanting for w.ar and for Kifts have been price-paired as if frost and the 25th were a bv-eone. Tn the important special quick-rush line are some of the rare irophies of which some paid we could not maintain the supply. But onr critics were iu error. Trie Capes arid Muffs and Boas are vanishing hourly, but your choice is among them, if you please. McKimmon, Moseley & McGee. LEMON HOT DROPS. or coughs and colds, take Lemon Hot Drops. J? or sore throat and Bronchitis, take Vernon Hot Drops. Hot pneumonia and Larjngetis take ijemon not Drops x or consumption and Catarrh, take Lemon Hot Drops. For Hemorrhage and all throat and mng disease, take Lemon Hot Drops. An elegant and reliable DreDaration. 25 cents, at druggists. Prepared only a., jioziey. Atlanta Oa. octl6Thur&Sun till aprl m A BIG CONSIGNMENT OF XMAS TOYS. OATS-ClObed dull hnt. wvaK- vaou new. 2 mix Closed dull; mess 10.7512.00 for LARD-Closed steady January 6.17. ouuran-uennea closed nmat r .1 i o , "i uu iuai cwvff rT&T& motlld A 6 2f()FIE Closed steady; fair Bio oargoes Chicago Produce Market. CHICAGO. 111., Dec. 13. Whflut steady. Corn opened heavy. Oats weak. Provisions onened Closings: OliN Tlfif-fimhor K1. I n opened opened uiiis 74 OATS -December 51; January 0; May May 45V. PORK January 10.15; May 11.12 JUrJanuary582' May6-37K.' lUBS-January 5.05; May 5.67. 3 New Naval Stores. V TV xoKK, ueo. 13. The stocka to-day AV. II & K. S. TUCKEIt & CO. I have just finished open- lllff tile largest Stools nffnu and W W 5 00. . -rm. JVJ O Cut (lass. We desire to call the attention of our which must be sold in ten patrons to our beautiful display of ''Dor- days. They've got to go, and if you aie Singer's Cut Glass.1' in time you can get a bargain. new ad. See the One of tho handsomest and most at tractive show windows in this town is to be seen at the clothmg palace of S. &. D. Berwanger. Tbey know how to get np an artistic display. That window ar rests the attention of everybody who passes it. You wouldn't believe there could be such a gorgeous and interesting show of gents' goods unless you saw it. Then they follow up that display with an announcement in to-day's Chronicle that tells lots. was Real Estate Transfer. The following real estate transfer recorded yesterday: Mrs. Mary A. Turk to tho North Caro lina Car Company twenty acres of land laying north of the property of the Kal eigh Cotton Mills, for $6,000. Weather lie port. Washington, D. 0., Dec. 13. Fore cast for Virginia: fair and warmer Sun day and Monday; southerly winds. uor Mortu Carolina : tair ana warmer Sunday and Monday ; southerly wind?. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature42; minimum temperature 22; rain fall, 0.00 rorecasi ior Kaieign ana vicinity on SnndAT and Mnnrlnv Fair moathav warmer, becoming cloud j and change' Sut8?ins able Ucnday ereaing. - JUUWCOf W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. NORRIS' DRY GOODS STORE.. Merry Christmas is in the minds of mauy, and what to bestow in the way of gins is tne perplexing problem. much monev is useless! v invented in t j - - v aaa worthless presents. Why not consider the serviceable articles of real value that conduce to comfort, pleasure and genu ine gratitude, such as silke. vlvPte All the Rage. Did you know that carpets were in stU now? -tbey are. Tbey are all the go. Nearly evry house you go to has carpets on the floors. Some haven't be ciuse they have just moved and haven't those who have not already got them we ever bought to Raleilfh. would say we have all the most stylish colors and figures for vou to spWt. fmm . and one other thing; we have the This is a consignment lot i nvtwupuues you nave seen anywhere for our carpets. We received soine new pieces this week in both Ingrain and and must be sold in 10 dav Brussels. They are bright, nrattv nf. Ui Avu.iys terns something to suit vou. Wp nail your special attention to one big bargain TVio t;..c in a handsome Brussels carpet-is worth Tne Prices are astanish 90 cents per yard. We cur it to fit a room that nrnvftd tn ha inn larn t and we now have it on hand. It will fit low--mnch lower than iuuu auoui loxio reet. we win cn riel0U08-."8in. 24,933 barrels; S miuiiiiB, o,u.to oarreis: tar. 1.31Q horroi, u V v u V;l,Ilim 1111 IIIUniTA j) . " M iwbiu is in moderate demand i v. " ' ' -rj-j v i ini ji I. .11- I I VI 1 . LT r- r r barrels. at easier ir cnrTSOOd strained A-u u 1.80; H 2 7o; N 3.75; window Wrr t n T.10r good at x. rmTa?s m5: Crude Tumeritin fir. , m :b0- din 1 90: virW. Too ' Je"ow Corn firm; white 65; yellow 61. ?"EhT?N5, S- December nxipoiituio ami at 34. Rosin good strained 1.20. - ML. I JIT. 1 lb. Fancy Box,, -r . OHYLONG'S CRYstS. . lb- Fancy Tia 7 GIG F'e.nc.h cut -FINEST i 13 Spirits olosed quiet; Chocolate Cream Dmn 1 lb. Boxpa o l0P FINE FRFA'rrr nut,..' uc- , lb F KSlE?D "uu MIXED wJ 15c. lb. CAAEi viiraiu l and 5 lb. Fancy li- SCOTHFlOiT mp.i t,. a n r.i . A -rn ' ALBERT BISCUIT -uacttrfHiTi. 1 lb. Tins, 25." I EE EE Pineapiile Lare aieaiua Pi EDAM Oil DUTCH Ml-C HE.Vj(1( Plain aad in Foil. Fruits, Nuts. 100 Boies Fancy'Tabls London I aver FRAIS INS. -100 B;.xes Florida Oranges FANCY F11UIT,MHG u -MEcJTIU Gil API-s. (i? i . V fkuit, Dates, " f . C. & A. B. FIGS, TEAUS, BANANAS. FPTxti OF ALL KINDS. lliuU Grocers, linkers and Can dv r XnretH. Not only does the King eat lr; Bnt history states an t dot l t L! There have entted certain k- Fall glad t j hive some Lrt-:i.T . . BREAD AND VAK: : Fit for King or Queen m l : Baked Fresh Lvrrvlv.., AT Stronach's Bakery. CHRISTMAS FIIUIT C.IKE.-', 1)4, 3, 4, 5, G to n ib. nch. Cakes Made to ?j;;g: Ont of Town Urder Fi.ieJ ud S'uivv-1 Pr mp'Jy. COLD WEATHER i HEATING STOVES For Coal and Wood-All Siz-"s. G R A T 3 1'oriabie aud Sta'iouary. FIKE DOGS. SHOVELS AND COAL S1FTEKS. Fancy Zinc Stove Beards. FIRE SETS, COAL HO IAS, 0 VASES. Largest Stock of Cook Stoves iu the State. Respectfully, J. C. 8. LUM: -DEN'. dec9-3m. yc. mmm A1 mmm CHUISTiMAS YKV KM? Cincinnati Produce Market. PORK Heffnl.K 10 5010 62K: 'ww-am lamily ..1 i j i . i .. pmsues, uress goods, cincos, ginahams. you this elegant carnet at. 70 . dress plaids, glove?, hosiery, neckwear, yard; is worth 9D cents if you can usa it anytllillff in this n.irspTS rn nra pntto npo oh .in k ; : 1 1 i www.u, "".o, uiuu ouuiB, uu- j j-u o o. uigmu )uu wni not nave another uei wwctr, uaimtirts, Kerseys, DianKets, opportunity ot seeing. Come Bnawis, rauns, nanaKercuiefs, towels, at it. Fhone 113. ever napkins, table linens, shoes, hats, pur sec, snoppiog oags ana grec many ser viceable fancy ariicies at the lowest possible priees. Norius' Dry Goods Store. and look Swindell. W. II. Jic R. S. TUCKER & CO. offered here before. The goods are A CARD. Yastceyville N C. Dec Rth. 1830 T hereby announce myself a candi date for doorkeeper of the Sen ate of the next General Assembly of North Carolina. I have served the Democratic party as a member of the County Executive Committee and other wise of the county of Caswell for the last fifteen years, most of the time as Secreta ry of the Committee and in the last cam paign as its chairman, and nowi: "he year of its most signal triumph, may I not ask my party in the Senate to give me this most numoie, yet honorable Dosition. a faithful performance of its new and first- ilanderchiefs. Ask for our 20 cents and 9 nlnss. T lirwnf- 4- White Embroidered Handkerchief 111 tlle have also every style and grade of Hand- fhD ; o?11 5?.uld Wl3h for We beg tore carried W. H. & R. S, Tuckee & Co. over from II. F. Brandon. Backlen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fe ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped 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 Pri 25 cents per box. Por eale by JohTS Ml last season. W. G. SEPARK, 13, East Martin St. Nashville Prodnce Market. 98L&ATCl0ed quiet5 No- 2 red winter COKN-Closed quiet; white milling 63. - STOP AT THE Moseley House, 124 FAYETTEVILLE ST., Raleigh, N. C. - y- Streei Cars Pass the Saar Eray .20 VS&uIob. fortabie on?Z eat. dew com- to feel as if at homes. ST and made Reasonable Rates. 50 Cents Will mata V ' "ay' aweareneMtheranTi raies to Lawyers, rooms. 6 vapitol and Supreme Court mm RoominafJ ?d QentlemenB Dining ,g served to order. fWiT.tn Get something: that will can had it among our t.u( Undorwfiar. HatH. Cans. lov vats. Jewelrv. Watches, Rub! and Shoes. Lmbrtna?, 'Mirses, Su-penders, Ladies Shoes and Kubbera. Ac. el i v! TruLiK?- an 1 Vs.: CLOTHIERS XM TER$ Horses and Mules for We keep constantly on 8 E lot of .J . mn v vn vttles m Mill .WD At the Lowest in - vvN; Hates, $2.50 per day. H-5Ul Cor. Martin au nov30 tilljanl. 110 f 15 Fr HOTEL FLOBEJf T. Q. Abbinotos, MaaS Booms, with meals at jw x O-SpeciU rates V K