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4 I i; . STATE QHRCXNIOIJfi, THURSDAY, JA OARl- IB. r K - lff i - ..I y ... - - . . mm. -m m w . -. mj IT X M.m.Mm I RALEIGH IK BRIEF. LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND T1IE CAPITAL. Short Items of News Gathered on the Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. The W. C. T. U. will meet this after noon at 4 o'clock at Edenton St. Metho dist Sunday School Room. Sheriff S. W. Davidson of Cherokee county settled with the State Treasurer yesterday, paying in f3.H92.08. Mr. Chas.Nettleton of 1112 Broadway. New York city was yesterday appointed by the Governor, a Commissioner of deeds for North Carolina. The dates for the next fair to be held by the North Carolina State Agricultural Society, at Raleisjh, has been fixed by President K. H. 15att;e, for October 13th to 17th. Applicants for license to practice law will be examined before the Supreme Curt on Friday, and Saturday, the 3Utn and 31stinsts, On the first Monday in February the court will sit to hear the appeal from the First district. In our account of the opening reception at the Governor's yesterday morning we failed to state that the Grand Lodge of Masons attended the reception in a body. Their presence added much to the joys of the notable house warming. The Board of County Commissioners have extended the time of listing pur chase tax, until Saturday January 17th. This should be time enough for all. We will not state what the anthorites will do after the time expires. Those who fail w ill find out sooner or later to there sorrow. Whatever may be eaid about the pres ent law makers, it can not be called a for the vender m COMING AND GOING. Some ol The Folks Yon Know and Their Doings. Rev. N. M. Journey is here. fr. A C Miller, of Sheibv is in town. Mr. G. F. Uzz!e, of Wilsons Mills, is in the city. Prof. Chas. D. Mclver, of Charlotte, came in yesterday. Dr. J. B. Gunter, of Bingham's School is here. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Miller, of Ore Knot), are at the Yarboro. Mr. J. W. Todd and daughter of Jef ferson, arrived in the city yesterday. Mr, Albert Phenis, representing the Manufaaturers Record, is in the city. WILL OF PAUL C. CAMERON. From Orange County Observer. The will of Mr. Cameron, dated Feb ruary 23th, 1690, was a holograph will, founi iu his traveling valise, in which he carried manv valuable papers, pass books at tbe different banks, notes and bonds, &o. It appoints Mrs. Anne Cameron, B. CameroD, John W. Gra ham and R. B. Peebles as executors, and Mr. P. B. Ruffin as special agent and arbitrator to make division of per sonal estate, and place value on notes, itocks and sccunHes. The Military Acddemv, lands in West ern iNortn uarouna, in Aiiasiasippi, Band of Mecklenburg property and oth er lots in Charlotte, Meadow lut in Ral eigh, "Wilev house and his interest in Roulach lots on Favettevil'e street in Some ol the Roy are Tryins to Learn How to be LegislatorsItems ol In terest. Special Cor. STATE CHRONICLE. Wake Fobest College, Jan. 14. The Anniversary Celebration of the founding of tbe two literary societies is just a month off. The celebration, ac cording to precedent, will be held tms ear on Friday, the 13th of February, and is managed by committees from each society. The exercists consist oi a debate in the afternoon and orations at nifht. These exercises and in fact the On January Kt A town otlice t THE WORLD'S COMMEKCE. New York. January 4. Messrs. Hubbar.l. i -oe A Company in tneir . f i a kt ; cotton circ-iar io-nu?m say: - i,iver- nool continues to surprise the cotton li ilUU vj mw. 0 j i - I V 4.1. ' I i! - J" r x a. f- i i j. ' m i street, nextt-.th I,J. vJ.1 Our warehouse ani uviV1 jard reinaiLs Lear th . Order, for coal U.X held on this side of the water; and an explanation of her decline to-day in the face of yesterday's firm market can only be found in the easier feeling in Man chester. Our cables state tnat traae among cloth merchants is becoming X ' office rr.r. - v : r-- ,1: telephone 95. Jones P. in town of in the the of Ma- Raleiah. lands in Person countv, Gates Messrs H. A. Royster and A. Blanton, iana and Woods lands in Durftam county, lands near Chapel Hill in Orange county, Fish Dam plantation and Peak place on the River Neuse and tract cf land in Citrus county, Florida, and share of stock in "Heather Island Grove Com pany," all to be sold by his Executors and treated as personal estate. mere will be a division of all personal estate, including the lands devised to b3 sold, into eight parts, of whica Mrs. Cameron takes one. Resides $10,000 insurance oolicv. and the other seven parts to B. Cameron, Miss M. C. Cameron, and to Trustees for the married daughters and their children, and for the children of Major Graham and of Duncan Cameron per stirpes, advancements to be account ed for. Tbe residence and lands east of Hills boro, including lots in town, to Mrs. Anne Cameron and afterwards to Mis3 students at Wake Forest, were esterday. Col. L L. Polk, President National Farmers' Alliaace, is city on a visit to his family. Miss Bessie Bobbitt and son, con, are on a visit to her brother Mr. H. E. LUchford, on South Salisbury street. Miss Marv Hastings, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., is in the city, and will be the euest of Miss fcusie Adams tor some time. Mrs. E A Johnson will leave the city to-dav for Mvatt's Mills, where she will snend a week visiting: friends and rela tives. Its Wonderful PfflJ. . .. r - i- I lbtnm..U 11 OH L poor, and they are connrmea Dy aavices .u, uoweh, Kun u, whole occision pvrvbodv here, andlhe through other sources. Under pressure of selling orders our market opened lower, quickly regaining the loss and becoming firm when the light receipts became known to ease again upon the receint of Messrs. R. T. Wilson fc Co's estimate of a crop at 8,213,010 bales." Rpppints at norts to-dav estimated at . Raleigh especially the members of the 19,000 bales against 24,484 last week Fph 13th and 24.177 bales the same week last and listen to some good speaking and year Dr. Mozley's Lemon v.rHtii are greatly enjoyed by boys look for ward to them with pleasant anticipations after so much hard work. It is safe to say that the programme this year will be an enjoyable one, aud a cordial invi- otirm ia pTt(ndftd to evervbody in a ant lemon H t-l -uai nr. all Sick and v? i'Pa'1M, Fevers &11 nth i a-i fatal d'" and fl rpr h-ui., . a'.-j Prepared only by n v Atlanta, Ga. u-rJ, M." .1 .chin, z:?:-:" cf a 'Elation cf 4 Juduo R W. Winston has gone to Goldsboro to hold Wayne court, being the second court ilts Honor nas ever presided over. Col. Jno. 0. Tipton, of Greensboro, one of the spicy editors of the btate, is here, taking in the many interesting held in 'nca-nnt legislature," this article, ordinarily so dear to the leg- gatherings that are now being islative tooth, has not maae nis sail, the city. The reason for tbis is due to tne iact that most of them are well acquainted with this commodity. Mr. A. C. Councill, who was foreman of the grand jury, (and is one of the best men in Wake) tells the Chronicle that he is greatly pleased with the young Judge and the young Solicitor; and Judge Winston and Solicitor Pou ought to be gratified at this prahe. Mr. Coun cill i3 one of the bett judges of men the Chronicle knows, and he is as frank and sincere a man as lives. Gen. W. R. Cox, late of this city but now one of the largest and most success ful planters in Edgecombe coanty, is here shaking hands with his host of friends Bingham is here. We un ;r-rfand from onr xisheviUe parties that M. j Binghuu ill be offered great inducements to raovo school to Asheville. his celebrated The A. V N. C. and the C. T. A V. V. Railroads. The Goldsboro Argus says: "There is a movement on foot to start some feas ible measure for extending the A. & N. C. R R. to some convenient point on tbe line of the Cape Fear k Yadkin Valley To this end Goldsboro has taken the in itiatory step through its Mayor and Board of Aldermen in the appointment of a committee to act conjointly with like committees from the towns of La Grange, Kin8ton, New Berne, Morehead City, and Beaufort, all of which towns Mr. J. P. Soesaman, travelling cor respondent of the Mecklenburg Times, is iu the city. He is a capital newspaper man and his letters under the nom de plume of "Richard Razor," have pith, point and humor. Prof. Chas. D Mclver is in the city. He is one of the gentlemen who haa been conducting Teachers' Institutes in the several counties, and has contributed la-gely towards the growing sentiment in favor of better public schools. Wake Forest Students Visit the Le Mildred CameroD, and in certain events to Paul O. Graham if he survives. Also the residence in Raleigh to Mrs. Cameron nd then to Miss Mildred for Jife, if they elect to exercise this right; but if not, then to go with all the land immediately west of Raleigh, which is left to Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Peebles, Mrs. ghepard, Miss Mildred Cameron and to Annie C. Gra ham, and to the survivor of them all in fee, and not to be sold except by decree of court, for absolute necessity. To Brueban Cameron is devised the Staggviilc, Little River, Fairntosn, Eno, Cain and H-irris tracts, aud Ktd Mill in Durham count ; Benehan Lo's 142, 143, 15G and 157 ia Raleisu, and Grove, near P vi Citv, Florida. To Paul C. Graham tbe Brick House plantation; and to George M Graham the Leathers, Briggs, Reavis aud bouth erland land in Durham countv. To Geo. K. Collins and Frank Wood, Orange lature. A number of Wake Forest students came on the earlv morning train yester- have been written to by Mayor Peter- 4iav aud snent the dav in the city. Thev Miss Annie O. Collins $1,000, nd to the Trustees, for Mrs. A. R Collins aad her children, the place south of Hilisboro, cow cceupied by them, with remainder to Paul O. Coilins, and the bnow Hill places and Mill on Eno river in Duiham county. To R. B. Peebles as Trustee, the Ar nold, Jones and Geer land in Durham county. To Geo. K. Collins the Hunt and Self places in Durham county. Miss Mildred Cameron is made Residuary Legatee. To MissJjJ. A Jones $1,000, and to : rr t . I hava a crood time generally, ine imi tations will be sent out in a few days. Hon. J. L.M. Curry,of Washington, D C has been invited to deliver the ad rirpss before the literary societies here next commencement. Work is being done now on the Philo mathesian Societv hall in the way of beautifying still more its already beau tiful appearance. When the work is completed the hall will be second to none in this land. It is expected to te in good trim by the anniversary to ac commodate the young people. Wake Forest College is (?oing to have a fine biological Laboratory in the near future. There is need of one now. Tbe present laboratory building contains both the chemical and biological labora tories. Both ssrve their purposes well in every way, except that things are too cramped. There is a large museum un der the direction of the Professor of Natural History, and ihis takes up a good deal of room also We'll have it after a while. Wake Forest can't afford to stand still now. The boys are watching with interest the transactions of tbe present legisla ture. The reports are eagerly read and the measures discussed- - some "cussed" with earnestness. Borne of our young aspirants out here want to "learn how." Dr. Hume, of the University, passed through on the evening train yesterday and the boys gave him ''three cheers." INCOCTDM OSTREUM. The soot market is steady at 1-Sc advance in quotations;middling uplands 9 1-2: sales 114 bales. Transactions in futures to-dav were 85.000 bales. Futures closed 2 to 6 points higher, as follows: January 9 2830 February 'J 37 -3d arch y w-oi A.prii f 63-64 ilay U 83-84 June f 82 84 July 9 91-92 y yi Mi 9 7172 For LE3IOX Ori)ft0 3? cjughs tid cola? U'-'U B:o:;C:. aad L,n August September Cotton. Hot Drops for sore throjn Lemon Hot Dron For pueuinoniH Lemon Hot Drm, For consumption and ca Lemon Hot 1 irons. ror tlemorrh , lung disea tak An elegant ano 25 cents, at dr by Dr. H Mozl If City. Salep'one Market. Kect. Exp. Galve.tou... 356iFirm 9 5-8 21751.... Sortblk l'04 Firm 9 3-16 3b70j Baltiinor Firm y 3-8 210 .... boston Quiet 9 3-8 907 242 Wilmington Firm 8 7-8 40 1 Philad-iphia ...Firm S) 7-8 IhO i-avamiah.. ; 1250 Firm 9 0-0 1676 ... New Orleans 8000'Firm 9 6-16 4t4S Mobile j 00 Firm 9 1-8 237 .... Memphis ... 350 Firm 9 1-4 17n5 Austusta... j 1191 Firm a 1-4 441 Louisville... i Steady 9 3-8 St. Louis 2'UO'Firm 9 i-4 527 Charleston., j 500; firm 9 5-8 2455 ... Cincinnati Steady. 91-4 28 octl6Thur&.S;!T- -,1 Habl K A 1 all u i 1 In Liverpool to day spot cotton closed steady; middling uplands 5 5-16; sales 12 000 bales. Futures closed quiet at 1 64 to l-32c advance, as follows: December December and January January 5.16 January and February 5 16 February and March 5 1920 March and April .. 5 22-23 Anril and Mav 5 25-25 MayandJuna 5 2829 New Advertisements. Whiting Bros. Bargains. i SPECIAL, NOTICES. Stock Feed. Hay, Corn, Bran, Oat, &c at tf. Eberuardt & Pescdd's. The City Cottn Market. Raleigh, J. C, January 145 p. m. Good Middling 9 Strict Middling 9 Middling Strict Low Middling & Low Middling 8 stains 78 son. under tne instruction or nis uoara of Aldermen, requesting them to ap point such committees and calling a general joint committee meeting to be held in Goldsboro at 12 o'clock on Thursday, the 22nd current." A Hiilliant Society Event in Durham. Mr. William Henry and Miss Julia Crews, daughter of Mr. Tho3. O. Crews, were united in marriage yesterday even ing at 4:30 o'clock at Main Street Meth odist church, Rev. James Gay officiating, he being a oousin of the bride. Mr. Henry is the popular and hand some principal book keeper at the Duke Tobacco Factory. The bride it the charming daughter of Mr. Thomas O. Crewi. The church was crowded with the many friends of the contracting par ties. The coupU boarded the west bound train in a special car. The happy pair will spend a season in the "Land of Flowers." Exherifl Rogers Arrested. The mysterious poisoning case that the CiiROh'iCLE veported several days ago as having occurred in Granville county, near the Wake line, from which two men died, has some new develop ments to-day. A special telegram from Oxford last night informs us that ex Sheriff llogers, of Granville county, has been arrested ana is now in jail. He ha3 sued out a writ of habeus corpus before Judge Winston re turnable before Judge Boykin at Durham to-day. Messrs. J. T. Strayhorn and A Tf. Graham have been retained as conn sel by Mr. Rogers. Now is Your Opportunity. A class in shorthand will be organized Thursday evening, Jan. 15th, for ladies and gentlemen. All invited to call at Business College office at 8 o'clock. Terms $ 3 50 per month. Cannot accept any after class is organized. Improve your opportunity. Class in book-keeping and penman ship will also bo organized. Terms within reach of all. An Eminent Prelate Expected. The Rt. Rev. Leighton Coleman, S. T. D., LL. D., Bishop of Delaware, ii ex pected to arrive in tbis city on Saturday next, and, on Sunday, will address the congregation of Christ Chmrch, morning and evening, on a subject of much im portance to them. The public, at all times, are cordially invited to these ser vices. While in the city Bishop Cole man will be the gust of Dr. R. H. Lewis. Republican Caucus Last Night. The Republican members of the Leg islature held a caucus last night in the Senate chamber. The subjects that agi tated the brethren" was the Railroad Commission and the Farmers' Alliance. We understand they had it lively and at times became very much "enthused" at what the Democrats were doing. m Meeting or the Progressive Benefit Order. The Progressive Benefit Order will hold a regular meeting at the court house this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Every member is requested to be present to receive their certificate. visited the legislature and other places of interest. The day was not only spent pleasantly but profitably. Among those the Chronicle had the pleasure of seeing were : H. llediepeth, h. Lthendge, J. Thompson. J. D. Gaddy, A. T. Tolar, W. S. Fouchee, E J. Webb, W. T. Shaw, R. Day, J. Moor, 8. J. Porter, E. B. Littimore, a. L. Lettermeyr, S. Carter, J. Mason, B S. Mitchell, D. Thompson, Cornelius Edwards and dgar Broughton. The Wake Forest studeits appreciate the educational ad vantages in visiting Raleigh and they come up often. Would that every mule college in the State had the same privi- eges that this college enjoys in using ocated so near the State capital. Late Arrivals. The town is fall of visitors from all parts cf the State. The arrival of hun dreds have been mentioned by the Chbonicle. AmocR the many prominent arrivals to-day we see in the city, in at tendance upon the Grand Lodge, Legis lature or on business, are the following: II. A. loot, Jr., Carthage; J. W. Causey, Greensboro; A. r. Gilliam, Ore Hill; A. C. Kelly, Carthage; J. G. Hamer, Siler City; W. E Murchison, Jonesboro; A. C. Brooks, Ore Hill; Eugene Johnston. Littleton; U. Dewey, Goldsboro. . Ssventy-seven Years Old and His Tirst Visit to Raleigh. Among the visitors who attended the reception at the Governor's Mansion was Mr. Garner, of Johnston county. He is 77 years old and this is his first trip to Raleigh. He is a well-to-do farmer, and conclmded a the farmers were coming to the front, it was time that he should oome to the city and take in the recep tion, lie expressea himself as highly pleased with the city and that he enjoyed uimseu gieaujr at me iuausion. tie tx pects to come to town many times yet Dr. Jerman Seriously Hurt. We learn that Dr. T. P. Jerman, of Ridgeway, one of the leading physicians in the State, met with a painful and serious accident yesterday, caused by a runaway horse. Mr. B. S. and Miss Jerman went down yesterday in response to a telegram. We were unable to ob tain further particulars. nrnuy servants of Mrs. Mordecai, at Raleigh. Annie Davis, Sevena Jt fifties and to Virgil Thompson, each $500. ine value or tne whole estate is very large, exceeding one million dollars, but what exact estimate to place on it. ' or what value to gwe the different tracts we do not know. Keys Lost. A bunch of keys was lost Tuesday. A suitable reward will be paid for its return to the Chronicle office. W. II. & R. S. TUCKER Si CO. New York Money 3Iarket. Sew York, January 14. Money closed at 3 per cent. Exchange closed steady; posted rates 4.844.87; actual rates 4.82 4 82 tor GO days, and 4.85W4 855 tor Ide- mand. Government bonds closed steadv; currency sixes lLy ; lours (coupons) 120; tour-and-a-naila (coupons) 103. Died. The Chronicle regrets to learn of the death of Col. R. F. Webb, of Durham. no served m tne Mexican war ana in the late war with conspicuous bravery. and was a popular and warm-hearted gentleman. It is with profound regret that we re cord the death of Rev. Israel Harding, Epicopal minister of Kinston, in the 66th Men's Winter Underwear. You can now buy men's underwear at prices far below those earlier in the sea son. Oome earlv to tret the nick. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. St. Marys. The Easter term of St. Msry's school wul begin Jany. 29th. For catalogue and full particulars address the Rector, Kev. 3. baiedes. Rileiarh. N. C. j-13-lm. . . IV ante Bid 3 -on Juninr Poles. 2S to 3ri fpof year of his age. He had been in failing long, 8 inches in diameter at the small end. Mail bids to F. P. Lewis. R&leiszh. neaitn ror some montns, ana he spent last bummer ia lialeign when he received . , I . I 4 . a. ir i l meuiuai ueaiuiem. More man a year ago ne bad an attack cf tiiq grip from which he never recovered. The editor of tha Chronicle had known him long and in timately, and bad enjoyed his friend -L. .1 - l- -r-r amp auu uompauionsnip. rie was a singularly pure and godly man, and served his day and generation with an unseinsimess that won all hearts. Ho was a useful, humble man of God. and nis life and conversation were those of a man whose life was hid with Christ. T : Ul : i I 1 . xh is a uiessiug 10 nave Known sucn a man. JN.U. Jt l-s to be delivered within the nexttwen!v days. F. P. Lewis dec23-20i. . W. II. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. Mens' Hats. The most complete line of arents silk. stiff and bolt bats in the city. Sole agents in Raleigh for R. Dunlap & Co., tne celebrated a h Aveuua hatters. W H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Baltimore Produce Market. Cotton closed irm. Middling uplands r LiOUK Closed quiet ; Howard Street and Western super .00'S3.40: do do extra 3.604.40; do. do. family 4.50g5.00; city muis itio Drancia extra o.OU's5.2j;. winter wneat patent 5.0(go 40; spring do. 5.205.40; qo. ao siraigm o.uotaio.io. wheat southern closed firm : FnJtz Uol.U2; Liongberry 99gl.03; Western closed nrm; :so. A red winter spot and Jamunry (JU-i boutnern closed firm: white fifica bi; yenow bi((jb; Western closed steady; mixea spot oyoy; mixed spot January 58 U1U, OATS Closed firm : ungraded Honih. ern and Pennsylvaaia 48(250; Western white 52(353; do. mixed 5051; graded No. 2 white 1116 Closed quiet; choice 81C82: cood tn P . 1 k 1 M - prime tot&ov riiUYiaius Uiosed ouiet: mens nm-v una ix ov, uow ii. uv; uuik. meats, loose shoul- uers os; long clear 6; clear rib sides 6 eugar-pickled shoulders 6; sugar-cured smok ed shoulders 7; hams, small 10K; large 10V uoouis-Closed firm : fair Bio jsuwaiv-uiosea strong;; granulated 6 3-1(3 nn.i.oruhi viosea quiet at 1.21 1.24, argoea Daltimore Bond Market. xJlXiTTMORE, Jia.. JanuaiT 14 . -Virmni. 41, y. CAT. ' " O'"'" Notice. Premiums Awarded on Field Crons at M State Fair, 1800. Largest yield lint cotton made upon five acres where Gibbs' High Grade Acid raospnate was usea in 1S90, one ton Phosphate, donated by Gibb3' Acid Co. awanlt"! to T. J. Kiner. Lonishnrsr. N. O IhU lot of cotton was manured bv Office of the N. O. Oar Co , Raleigh, N. C, Dec. 15, lb90. Theaunui 1 meeting of the stockhold ers of tho Nortti Carolina Car Company will ba held at the office of the comDanv in this city on Thursday, the 15th dav of January, lbyi, at 12 o'clock ra. John Ward. Sec'v. w&sat tf For WinterMornins Buckwheat and Maple Syrup, choicest broadcasting litter over a part, breaking Molasses and Breakfast Bacon, Broiling niiuiut uuuipuBL iu uriii. ueei. rinest cutter. iJortpps hnrn afoo and on either sida cf drill after tho Hat Breakfast. Ta .mri Qn ftmflDo0nin t' . I UHUC1. COOCU blCklO IKJl was maae, ana witn tne compost vas a well furnished table. cotton seed applied Acid Pnosphate, meal and kainit. 1 . i z . . aore.anu oiaer cost aoout-l.OU. FiantPrl aoout the hrs. cf Mav. with Kintr'n im. proveu cotton, neiaea a.000 lbs lint cotton. t. J. King. Eberhardt & Pmoud. New York Produce Market. cuuuu-ioBea q-uet and winter .yi.'co.o: ooutnern flour p nPrl Hn!! and barely steady; trade and family extran 4.00(25.08. Ciiras WHEAT Closed steadv: red winter 1.081.04K; epot sale. No. 2 P?Tpi4 6teaay ; 8Pt sales No mnea oycftow; spot sales Ho. 2 mixec Jan , . uuu uu 7S lower: tnot sales No. 1 white 55: No. i mixn .t. .... j i'ORK Closed dull; new. LARD-Closed weak; January 6 18 ouuAii- tiennea ciosoa amet . nt ir,of urii?0i powaerea t).i; granulated 5.94 wrx jLdc C5POS CiOSea Steady: fair Hin- goes 20. -' mess ll.OOQ 12.00 for ;c.l 10 ,r 1 fkl-t - 1 ill)' 1? Mr- c Mr- rpi Mr. t i 3 BARGAINS. E Ci'.OW GYh?.: 1st. Our fl.i'j Dt-rLvHat- f rTl 2d. Our $i50 GtLt.V sv ... " and calf skin. "' 8d. Pants mads ti nrc'n f-r;!T press charges, male bv the oVi'vl.--- ": PLYMOUTH HOCK I'AMsk. CLOTHIERS SHATTER:, mm. W m mam i -:o:- BUCK W HE A' New and Oid !V c :v 6 lb. 5'3('i 1 IT .1 H: . Pur Vermont and N SYRUPS. rex whi:at. The Finest ct Breaks-: ' ! -Wheat Flakes, C:a--1 -1 a:.! Wheat and Ok'-. H- i--Kolied htiiii. Wheat, STIlONACir Kye antl (iralKiiu Mr. jlrt i: ih. Mr. -r .ii r r if kv u i L !J h 9:: ii t ' at j ; Hr aCi XI: t iV 3t": .la- )c! 1 '?t I it 'li "a BONE IX-S GS? FEE English Frawn, 1V.:-.c-1 .vas. -; Tripe, 2 lb. ra:: -" BONELE3S SHKKDDEU r" 1 lb tins. CREAM UOX.IX- AND ' Broiled Hrok Trout hake Salmon In Tomar.' Fat Family rviackera So.. 1. 2 ar;.l Shad Ros. Rob 7 fits?. N. C. CUTIIEliUINi NDM w. c. & a. b. mm i. o. o. r. Weather Report. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper aiureo; minimum temperature 27; ruin tan, u.uu. uorecast for Kaleigh and viiDity air weatlier: statiouary temDerature. Considerably warmer Friday aud Sat- day. WAsntNGTON, Jan. 14 For Virginia fair; westerly winds; stationary temper ature. For North Carolira, fair; stationary temperature, except warmer in extreme western portion. Southwesterly winds. Grenada in Flames. (By United Press. Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 15. A dispatch to the Appeal-Avalanche states that the town of Grenada, Miss., is in flames. Large stores and warehouses have suc cumbed and others are imperilled, and about 5100,000 worth of property, it is estimated, will be destroyed, as there axe no fire companies in the city. s W. II. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. Mem' Fine Shoes. we snow tne best f3.00 and $5 00 i 1 m 1 a. " gents snoe, m tti3 city. Our line nf gents sfcoes are complete, and prices the lowest. W. H. & R S. Tucker & Co. An Assault. ntnpr mnttfrs nf lmnrtrtanna ."n,., . J. VJU LUo Seaton Gales Lodge, No. 64, I. O. O. meets to-night at 7 o'clock sharp. The conferring of the First Degree and Chicago Produce Market. Chicago. 111. January 14. firm and higher. Corn opened weaker. Oats opened, eteady. Provisions opened firm and in moderate demand. WHEAT Closed May 96K;Ju1t01V vOKN-Cloaed Mav 52. J ' OAT-Cloeed May 45 LAKD Closed May 6 30. K1BS Closed January 5.07; May 5.55. presence oi every member. Candidates win do on nana promptly at 7:30 o'clock ji.very wuu euow invited to attend. iamily The Pulpit and the Stage. nev. t. m. fenrout, Fastor United rretareu vjnurcn, Blue Mound, Kan says: "I feel it mv dutv to ti'i tttV,o a i m ... aoouc nan past seven o clock a. m thpr was the largest cutting affray that haa ever Deen sen in lialeign cut their wav tuiuugu xj. a. omuueii a store, and 'jut the prices of every piece of dress goods ccrjf jicv;o vl iaue, 5iiK, embroidery, counterpanes, woolen blankets, shawls' Cincinnati Produce Market. FOKK Regular closed 10.19 10.25 10 37K. L.A.KD Kettle-dried 6X6. BA.CON Short clear sides 5115 o WHISKEY-Salea of 101R Hfl:., goods on the basis of 1.14 uer ili r VtZit s cj . m UiU wines. U1Y UUty tO te What ohilHron',, n-.V.U J i , ' wonders Dr. Kind's N u;''', Jr uua cloaK3 was iov.uvery nas cut nail-in two. onoes.boots umhrpllaQ done for me. My Lungs were badly dis- jewelry and evervthini5owaa cut eased, and mv Darishnnpr hmu t r ... , biuok was cat i; l , luuu5ul a aown iu price at least 'zb Der eenf A and am sound and well, gaining 26 lbs in weight." Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funny Swindell's. Nash ville Produce Market. WHEAT Closed aniM- k o V3v t& l . k 71 whit0 milline elosed at 62K 63.; bulk 6J62; new elosed mominal. Naval Stores. w.ilPn1' JanurJ 14.-The stocks today t;.; "7- . "" iur maenme Darrela. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. tnorongn trial and convincing r a ttT X '' A, L uus t. ? ".iuoaerie demand at about un- greatest Kinaness 1 can do mv eZ Z j' . . v t"J re WMwoToir, if. C Jumr, ia thousand friends is to urge th?n? ifi 3 r r U U 8aaranteed iv Perfect taiSSSe firm S Roclosef PfSu; it." Free trial bottle at John Maiaa satisfaction, or money refunded. Price fl" 1-1 Tar firm Drugstore. Regular slesnd $322 X'l W W - Corn firm; whit6; yUowW. - i Grocers, IJak'r anl i' tiirrr-. NEW GOO--- Franco-Ameri i ' ,(i Soups, Ties and Hum I dins. v , OX TAIL SOt PATE'H ol OA PURI Alex.OodiU-tsnr-: Fruit PntK- i H ana - : i - 1 - w ROYAL ENGLISH PLUM PUDDING an- u'- -100 L' Florida Orange $3.50 per l0Jk FROM Stronach's Bakery. .it. COCOANUT and Aj JSpongsJellj Finr. Iced Jelly ;;;!c Jelly, SpoHge, rUQJ' Fl- BREAD, irtL' Fresh Baked Every , fotar als L3U JUiikV' "