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9 n 8 ill ft ;v I resound through every ', i ! in tur prosperous .and happy ', N v SOl'Tll. on know the demand i" 'T iVU J'011 complete 1 it u' uid-iiii iiuywher.j elst as per . ..; me Mammoth J)ry Goods E- nm th QRNTQN, FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. :o:- cyn i. attention hanheen given to a criti cal selection of High Grade Novelties -AS WELL A3- Useful and Ornamental Goods. Ai.-l the combined lines and assortments iv sure cannot be surpassed in any SOUTHERN STATE. T ;; unprecedented array of Holiday n. .,i4 urv:isses anything in quantity and ,;!Ml;ry vt r exhibited in the South. We iia t. solicit an examination. Till: VERDICT To rest with you, and we will be sat-iiUd. VHAT YOU WANT We know is the most difficult prob ata ti.r you to solve, but we can show you anything from a line SILK DRESS TO A TINY DOLL, To make your selections from. In our itniip nso stock you are bound to strike rju.i-thiutf suitable for your purpose. WHAT WILL IT BE I If you want to do something real handsome, Ladles, present your huband with a real nice OVERCOAT Ob Suit of Clothing This will be sensible, and your husband will think more of you (even if he has to pay the bill.) GENTLEMEN would not make a mistake by pre senting to their wives one of our handsome SEAL SKIN WRArS OB SILK DRESS. These are durable and lasting remem-hrmu-s. However, you are to be the M an 1 if you do not want to go so I P down In your pockets we can interest 1 v i in a brilliant line of Brio-aXBra,o f'f r. fry description. Now, in this line of U it is almost an impossibility to give t ij .nit (uate idea through the medium of w ahertiseineut. 'JU NEW GALLERIES, which run the entire length of our More on both bides, erected Especially for tlie occasion, are full, chock full or the NEWEST AND LATEST DESIGNS from the hands of the largest im porters. Note below a few of the many attractions : "'oil,. Cumlclabrns, llanquet Lamps, I'wfM, Student Lamps, Onyx Ta- Mex, Umbrella Stands, Smoking Table, Cigar Stands, Vases, Jla iolira Ware, !lnkctfl, Trays, Christ Cards, Christmas Hooks, Lap l k, Ink Stands, IJrouzc Pitch es Fancy Paper, Work Boxes, Jnpaiirse Ware, Dressing Cases, 'Uic Lanterns, Albums, Easels, S tamp, Mirrors, Dolls, Tea Sets, "Ms, Hook Hacks, Piano Lamps, Nv "II PoeKcls, Smokers' Cases. numberless other articles, any of 'o h would make a handsome gift. We '"'Mil careful examination of our im- tock, and are satistted Uiu most exacting. that we can WtANK THORNTON, FAYETTEYILLB, N. C. 0Ct3Mxr LJ $ t E Corn Yom t ,7 commences, Coat Xouu Walls asi Ueilinqs fori :ALABASTINE: Thoasaudsot Pound Have Been Sold iu this Jlmrkct. . j IT IS NO EXPERIMENT BUT IT A q BERN PROVEN TO BE ; ALL WK CLAIM FOR TT Send for Circular and Sample Card ot 12 BEAUTIFUIi TINTS. Raleigh, N. 0. kkj k k lANOO AND WRGANO, STOCK THE LARGEST. Terins. tlie Sest. I?i'ices tlie Lowest. Knnbc, Kranich & Bach, Wcgiuan-Kimball PIANOS Miller, Kimball, Needam ORGANS BANJOS, GUITARS, -TTL1LIXS, AN JOS, OTUITARS. V IOLINS, AND EVERYTHING IN THE 61USICAL LINE. -Beat line of- AT LOWEST PlilCES. Write us for circulars, catalogues, &o. NORTH STATE MUSIO CO., Cecil G. Stone, Ma'r., 113 Fayctteville St., Raleigh, N. 0. PRETTY FURNITURE HAKES CObY HOMES I COSY HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE 1 AND A.G. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day by the liberal terms they offer on all kinds of FUltNITUliEl Fancy Chairs! Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! Chamber Suite, complete, in great variety Broken Suits provided if desired. We will accommodate yon and please yon you will let us, We have too manv things to talk about. Come ind see thorn 1 It will bb like going to a fair. A. G. RHODES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. No. 10 Exchange Place. Central Hotel, Corner Wilmington and Hargett Stroei, RALEIGH, N. C. MRS. S. A. STEDMAN, Proorletress. GOOD BOARD The Beat the Market Affords. " Comfortable Rooms, Convenient to the Business Tart of fhe ' City. I would like to state to the mombers of the Legislature that I have been a member of the Farmers' Alliance ever since ita first organization in Wake county. an4-2m. Notice of Incorporation. :o: Take notice that the undersigned will apply to the Legislature for the incorporation of the Holly Springs Land and Improvement Company; and also for the building of a railroad from some point on the Raleigh & Augusta Railroad between New Hill and Ral eigh, or gome point on tho North Carolina Road between Durham and Raleigh to some point on the Cape Fear river, between Fay ettevillo and Northingtou'a Ferry. G. B. ALFORD, C. C. PEACE, J. A. PEACR, X. G. BURNS, B. S. TITLE Y, T. B. HOLT. W. H. BURT, C. S. PAGE, And others. Jan. 23. 1891. ( 5an24-30d) RALEIGH DYE WORKS, I. W. C. Harris, Proprietor. Dying and cleaning and renovation of clothing a specialty. Fast colora guaranteed and warranted not to smut. Work done by the latest devices and on the most approved plan. Gloves, curtains, plumes, feathers, and, in fact, everything cleaned and renovated and made aa bright and soft as new. Special attention to orders through mail. Call on or write to "HARRIS DYE WORKS," -Mastin Stbeet, may 10 Raleigh, N.O. ay. Mrmr at m COLD WEATHER GOODS. Heating stoves Fr Coal mi Wood-All Sizoa. Q- -A. T EJ S xr table and Stationary. EIRE DOGS. SHOVELS AND TOXGS COAL SIFTERS. Fancy Zinc Stove Boards. FIRE SETS, COAL HODS, COAL VASES. largest Stock of Cook Stoves in the State. Keapecti'ully, J. 0, 8. LUMSDEN, dec9-3m- Kauhgh. N. o 'PHONE 28. KARQETT ST. D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't, GROCER 4.?7D- WHOLESALE PRODUCE Commission - Mei chant. (Conaignmenta Solicited wilia?rdaily reoeiviDR consignment3 and will make low prices on Cabbage, Irish Po tatoes, Chickens by the coops, a i by -tho crate, Country Butter by the pkg C, &c Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, Cocoa, nuts and Layer Figs Constantly on Hand. Fine lot of Small Sugar-cured name, 123 to 15c. per lb. ' E C. Shoulders, 10c. lb. Small, thin Breakfast Bacon, 12c. per lb. Buckweat, Oatmeal, Hominy, Grits, Canned Corn, Peaches, Toma toes, Maccaroui, Preserves, Jellies Cocoa, Choco late, Arc. BEST GOODS AND LOWEST PRICES. Valley "Best" and Electric Can't be Beat, $3.25 and $3.00 per Sack. Free and Prompt Delivery. Phone 28 D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't, 16 Haboett St DISSOLUTION. The copartnership heretofore existing bo tween Job. P. Wyatt and Philip Tavlor, trad ing as Wyatt & Taylor, is this dav dissolved by mutual consent. The books, notes and accounts will remain with Jjb P. Wyatt. All parties indebted will please come lor ward and settle, as the business must be closed. JoB p. WYATT, PHILIP TAYLOR. I have this day sold my interest in the busi ness of Wyatt & Taylor to Messrs. Job P. Wyatt & Bros. In retiring from the firm I re turn my thanks and appreciation to my tnends and the public tor their liberal pat ronage to the old firm, and I cheerfully com mend the new firm as worthy of your eateem and patronage. PHILIP TAYLOR. janiMOd. NEW X1I3X. JOB P. WYATT & BROS., Successors to WYATT & TAYLOR, No. 15 East Martin Street and 10 Ex change Place. We have this day formed a copartnership under the firm name of Job P. Wyatt & Bros?, and will continue the business of Grocers, Commission Merchants and da tiers in Hay. Mill Feed and all kinds of Feed Stuffs, Agri cultural Implements, fce., and wo solicit the patronage of the public. JOB P. WYATT; E. S. WYATT. P. T. WYATT. Jan. 2, 1891. (jan33m) mm m n I fl The Crowning Glory of the Many Wonderful Resour ces ol North Carolina. VH, WYATT, 216 Fatxttf VTT T f TT.TT (Opposite W. a A. B. strouaeh'a Wore, Laleign, N. C), PROPRIETOR OF THE OAK CITY 5T2JH HUBBY AXD DEALEB IK All Kinds Grass and Clover Seed. MIXTURES A SPECIALTY. Having secured the services of Mr C F clove? and i, ; "'-iu euu awn, as well Sine?y. S bth Farm Pleaenls ancl Ma Corn, ileal, See i and Feed Oa pT i i 7?ii!arat Lowest Pi -ces. llorh wl5"h8 Di,6' the ne and Two ".rjc wa.t, Crown Crescent, Dunn n o barmen,' Alliance, Reversible HiSide CcZ Aba,audCoru Itivators. Also the JfJS C ?ltivator ad Attaehrrents, Point-? oi the Kicbmond manufacture. Harrou i ha celebrated one and two horse Clark's Z? vA,80 Clark's Kevolving Cutawav Plow, wh ch plows and pulver.zes It the tlmi Jme 32 inches with two horses- also th Thomas Smoothing Harrows. Mower, Reap era, Binders, Horse Rakeg, and Retire Si the celebrated Walter A- Wood manufacture being ihe most simple, light draft and dura ble machines on the market at satisfactory prices. Corn Shellers, Cutting Knives Horle and Power Feed Mills. Best and impie8i SRT and ??iIera' (ve one running my store.) Ihoee contemplating buying are in vited to call and see it operating0 North Carolina Wagons and Carts, Iron Pine bingleand Double Trees for plows and ons. Corn and Cotton Planters of latest pat- r i0 aeyt, un nana ior everv plow and mac nne sold. Fertilizers-The cele-1 brated Stoiiewn.li ani Pqt.,v, c-.- j lor cotton, tobacco and corn. Oil-Cvlinder Machine and Illuminating Oils Special Prices to Clubs. Call to see or write me men s' Boys' and Cl,il.l - A In All Grades. TS PANTS I OUR SPECIALTIES : t PERFECT FIT, FINE GOODS, REASONABLE PRICES' JTST BECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF- -Fob The- HOLIDAY TRADE. CALL AND SE.E US. tt ii CROSS & IilNEHAX Holleman Building, . . 210 Fayettevillet?' ' ' ' ' " HEAD QUARTERS FOR . OOKS : AIMD : STATIOWERY. We can supply everythii-g yon want in;this line. :o: Coal aiid Coke. We have been in the Coal business formanv years, &U the while on the outlook f.,r the leet Coal tor the least money. For such we now recommend the following: GAYTOX RED ASH COAL. (Semi-Anthracite.) It is free burning, easily ignited, does not crumble to dust, does not make smoke or soot, requires but little draught, holds fire as well as hickory wood. Small or large fire can be made of it at will. 6 Suitable for Grates, Stoves or Ranges Specially Adapted to Tobacco Factories. Prepared by machinery into all sizes Nutt, Stove, Egg and Lump. Shipped to anv Depot direct from the mines at very low prices by Jones & IPo-well RALEIGH, Minees' Agents for N. C. Pocahontas (Semi-Bituminous). Tne purest and best steam coal in America au'l the most economical for steam and grate. ANTHRACITE COAL. Lee mines White Ashe is the purest and best of anthracite coals that we have found and gives more universal satisfaction. Now in stock, all sizes Egs, Stove and Nutt; also Red Ash, Egg and Splint coal for grates. Any kind ol coal and Pocahontas coke shipped direct to any depot. All orders received thin month filled at special Summer Prices by Jones & Powell, MINERS' AGENTS, Raleigh. K. C. AN UNSURPASSED TONIC, APPE- TiZER AND BLOOD PURIFIER. A BOLD DRIVE- OTTR J nrni T mtnu - school Books, Stationery. Blank Books, Diaries X c ucpuns, otiiuuara miscellu- neous Books. TO- REDUCE STOCK We have inaugurated a Clearance kale of our Jb'aii and WinterStock of dry hods, mm, wmi ic, Astonishing Reduction. This simply means almost any price will uuy anjining in our store. A Great Many Goods Gut to Half Prices. A SURE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC DIARRHOEA, SCROFULA, ECZEMA, AND SOME KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES. CURES PEOPLE AT OR AWAY FROM THE SPRINGS. HIGHLY ENDORSED BY EMINENT PHYSICIANS. If'You Can't Buy from Your Druggist, Address PANACEA SPRINGS At HOTEL CO., eept4-tf Oxford. N. C. ST. - MARY'S SCHOOL. o o ESTABLISHED 1842. o o The Easter Term of St. Mary's Schocl Will Begin For catalogue and information, address the Rector, REV. BENNETT SUEDES, A. M., Raieiot, N. C. jan2Mf. For Sale. A well-established Newspaper, in a live and progressive town in central North Caro lina. Will s9!l half interest in the entire paper on reasonable terms. For particulars, address LOCK-BOX 127, jan24-tf Duxjt. N. C. While in search of Bargains visit our store and you will never regret it. This Clearance Sale will only last through the remainder of January. SPECIAL BARGAINS . in Cists' Furnishing Hoods, Shoes, Hals, h W. G. SEPARS, AGT., dec5-m 12 E. Martin St. ran s FOR THE BOYS, FOR THE 1 DL NG MEN AND FOR THE O ,D MEN OF THE BES T AND LATEST STYLES OF IMPORTED WOOLLENS, 2vy Fall Stools. OF Cannot Be Surpassed in the State, And my prices are REMARKABLY LOW. I Eaploj Onlj First-Class Wcrhsn And guarantee satisfaction iu every particu lar. WLNETROB, MERCHANT TAILOR, 1H Fayetteville St. Gooding's Ointment. Will cure chapped hands and lips; any in flamation of the skm. Relieves itching after shaving and will cure barbers' itch. If rub bed on at noon, night and morning it will stop soreness. Ha proven excellent for eore nip- ftera. This is an article of merit. Give it a rial. On sale at the drug stores in Raleigh. -Oun New Pcblicatioss jMItS. SPACER,, FIRST STEPS IK N. C. UISTORV. MWRSCHOOL VRLUEUS, Sl-EAKEKS AND DIGESTS. UOO,lS SEND FOR PRICES ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., RALEIGH. IS. O. PATAPSCO. Flouring - - Mills. 181. PATENT ICAGAMBRilLMfcCo. Patapsco-Superlative PATENT- THE PREMIER FLOUR OF A3IERICA. MANUFACTURED FKOM THE CHOICEST - WINTER - WHEAT And makes bread famous for its RICH, CEEAMY COLOR AND Most Delicious Flavor UNSURPASSED FOR BREAD, BISCUIT OR PASTRY. RAILROAD SCHEDULES. Richmond &. Danville R. R. Go. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. In Effect Aug. 31st, 1890. SOUTH EOUXD. Daily. Lv. Richmond 3 00 p m 2 30 a m Ar. Greensboro 10 27 pm 9 42 am Lv. Goldsboro 2 40pm tsoopm Ar.IlaieiKh 4 40pm ll&ipm Lv. Raleuh 4 45 p m l 30 a m Vv-Sahara 5 4Spm 255am Ar. Greensboro 8 20pm 710am Lv. V mston-Sal2m . 6 55 p m 6 30 a m Lv. Greensboro 10 37 p m y 50 a m Ar. Salisbury 12 2i a m 11 li a m Ar. Statesville f14:iam 12 08 pm Asheyille 7 22am 422pm Hotbprings 9 34 am 5 55pm Lv. Salisbury 12 82 a m 11 24 a m Ar. Charlotte 2 05 am 1240 pm Atlanta 11 00 am 1)40 pm Lv. Charlotte 2 20 a m 1 (KJ p m Ar. Augusta 10 20 am 9 07pra NORTH liOUXD. Daily. T , A No. 51. No. 53. Lv. Augiista H 30 p m 8 00 a m Ar. Charlotte 3 13 a m 4 50 p m tlanla 00 p m 7 10 a m Ar. Cuarlotte 4 2h a m f :w p m Ar. Salisbury ti2 a m 7 05 p m Lv. Lot SprinKs 11 K) p m J224 p m Asheviile 12 40 am 2 02pm Statesville 5 02am 5:'.spm Ar. Salisbury 5 53 a m 42 p m Lv. Salisbury ; 07 a m 7 12 p in Ar. Greensboro 7 47 a m 8 40 p m Ar. lnston-Saltm . . 1 1 25 a m 1147 p m Vv- Greensboro 7 55am S5opm Ar. Richmond 3 15pm 4 55 a m Lv. G reensboro 'J 50 am 1115pm AJ- P,u,rhaiIi 12 02 p m 5 00 a m Raleigh 105pm 735am K1"11 1 10 p m 00 a m Ar. Goldsboro 2 55 p ra 12 40 p m Lv. Raleigh -19 00 am 45-,er!ma 1100am T son 12 10 am Lv.AVilson. 12 38 pm Ar. Rocky Mount. . . 1 17 p m Daily, t Daily except Sunday. ASK YOUR, GROCER FOR PATAPSCO SUPERLATIVE PATENT. MEDORA HIGH GRADE WINTER PATENT, ROLANDO CHOICE PATENT. patapsco family patent. CAFE HENRY FAMILY. PATAPSCO EXTRA. NORTH POINT FAMILY. CHESAPEAKE EXTRA. BEDFORD FAMILY. ORANGE GROVE EXTRA. PAMLICO (Graham or Unbolted). BALDWIN FAMILY. MAPLETON FAMILY. SEVEN MILLS EXTRA.. HOWARD MILLS EXTRA. CAMDEN SUPER. On sale in Barrels and Half Barrels; Half, Quarter, Eighth and Sixteenth Sacks. E. L Mil Mi k BALTIMORE. ALF. A. THOMPSON, Agt., jau28-WeFriSun-3m. RALEIGH, N. O. BETJTIFTJXj rustic q alendars FOR 1891. :o: We have a laro assortment of Beantifnl Calendars on Card-Wrd, Banners, Ac, from which to make selections. HETWEEN West Point, Richmond and Raleigh. Via Keysville, Oxford and Durham. 54 & 102 STATIONS. 55 & 103 TT7 50 9 15 1100 1 00 2 05 2 42 3 15 404 a m a m a m p m p m p m p m pm Lv..West Point. Ar. . Richmond ... Lv.. . Richmond. . ..Burkeville.. ...Keysville.. ..Chas Citv. . " ..Clarksvilfe . Ar Oxford it (i Ar e, 00 p m Lv f4 38 p m Ar 4 30pm " 2 25pm 1 01 p m " 12 24 p m " 11 51 am -Lvll 02 am 4 25 Dm Lv Oxford ... Ar in l Til pm "..Henderson.. Lr 915am 5 25 BUSINESS 31 EN desiring to nse Calen dar Advertising will find it to their interest to call at once and get prices. We shall not be able to fill erders after the 15tli of December. CALL AT OXCE. Edwards & Broughton Printers! Binders dec51w RALEIGH, N. C. 4 09 pm Lv.. ..Oxford.. ..Ar 1057am 0 47 pm Ar.... Raleigh.. . Lv 8 15 a m tDailv except Sunday. Daily. Daily except Monday. Additional train leaves Oxford daily except Sunday 11.10 p. m., arrive Hender son 12.10 p. m., returning leave Hender son 2.30 p. m. daily except Sunday, arrive Oxford 3.30 p. m. - No. 50 leaving Goldsboro 2.40 p. m. and Raleigh 4 45 p. m. daily makes connection at Durham with No. 19, leaving at 0.05 p. m. daily, except Sunday for Oxford, Hen derson, and all points on O. & H., O. & C. and R. 6c M. Roads. Passenger coaches run through between West Point and Raleigh via Keysville, on Nos. 54 and 102, and 55 and 103. Nos. 51 and 53 connect at Richmond from and to West Point and Baltimore daily except Sunday. SOL HAAS, JAS. L. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent. W. A. TURK, Dlv. Pass. Agent, RALEIGH. N. C- t LEIGH AND GASTON RALLHOAD. in effect Sunday , Dec. 7th, 16'jO. THAiys MOVINO yoaTH. No. 31. No. 58. Pmb. Daily Pigs. A Mail. Daily ex. Bun Leave Kaleiqh 5 00 pm 11 25 m Mill Brook 5 15 11 41 Wake 5 39 12 05 p m Franklinton... . 6 01 12 2G Kittrell C 19 ' 12 44 Henderson 6 35 1 00 Warren Plains 7 14 l 29 Macon 7 22 1 45 Arrive Weidon 8 30 p m 2 45 p n trails Komro SOUTH. No. 41. No 45. Pass, and Mail. , Daily ex. Sun. Daily Pm. Le&Te Weidon 12 15 p m 8 00 a n M&con i 13 7 Warren Plains 120pm 715 Henderson 2 22 7 53 Kittrell 2 39 8 11 Franklinton 2 56 29 Wake 3 17 8 50 Mill Brook 3 40 9 13 Arin lUleigh 3 55 9 30 & ra LOUISBCIIG. Leaves Louisbnr at 7.33 a.m., and 2.00 p m. Arrives at Frauklintoa at 8.10 a m and 25 p ia. Leaves Franklinton at 12.30 p m, and C 05 p m. Arrives at Louisbnrg at 1.05 a m and 6.40 JOHN C. WINDEB, Gen'l Mxnairer L. T. MYER3, Gen'l Supt. ' WiL BMirn, Superintendent.