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e III'- - 1 C.I A I!!): 1 ' ; ''0 f it'! 1 J t : IN it THE NEWS IN AND AROUND RALEIGH. SUNDAY, - - - - Jan. 24, 1892. The Chronicle's Weather Keport. Raleigh, Jan. 23. Max. temp., 02; rain, temp., SJ. Local forecast for Raleigh and vi cinity, On Sunday, fair; slightly cooler, Washington, Jan. 23. For North .Carolina: Fair till Monday north west winds. Index to New Advertisements. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co $1 Per Yard. W. C. & A. B. Stronach Dun bar Creamery Butter. Local Happenings. V. H. Pace, Esq., left yesterday for Philadelphia. The tobacco breaks here Friday were the largest in there months. P. B. Picot, Esq., solicitor of the criminal court of Chowan, died last week. Rev. Sam Jones will undoubtedly have very large audiences at his lectures here February 4th and 5th. The physicians report no cont a gious diseases here. The grippe appears to be holding its own, how ever. The funeral of Mr. T. R. Fent ress will be held at 11 o'clock this morning from Edenton street M. E. chuich. There will be eight students of the University law class here this week for examination by the Su preme Court. Clerk John W. Thompson yester day appointed W. Tl. "Wood a Jus tice of the Peace in Mark's Creek Township, vice C. Z. Todd resigned. "Win. G. Hill Lodge, No. 218, A. F. r- A. M., will meet in regular oo:u:uiui,;lioii to-morrow at p. uu ted. Mr. D. T. Swindell will make Baltimore his home and will go into business there. He will sell his store, both building and contents, as well as his residence. He says he has a larsre business here and goes to Baltimore only for the rea son that he has a better opening there. He has made all his arrange ments to go there and will sell out here in sixty days. Alfred Williams & Co., have re ceived a supply of the new infantry drill regulations in complete form and cheap. Every guardsman should have a copy. Naturally, the troops will desire to perfect themselves as rapidly as possible in the new and admirable drill. The tactical changes are numerous and commend themselves as thoroughly sensible and can be rapidly learned. Mr. W. M. Boyd, of Clayton, who was here yesterday, says tha in Johnston county the farmers have less money than usual, but that they have more corn, hogs, pea.c, and po tatoes and other things to eat than at almost any other time in the his tory of the county. This means that few debts eanbe paid, but that the farmers and their families can live well as to the necessaries of life, and make a crop this year at a very small cost. fiuiuTuce&co's SPECIALS, Our Semi-Annual Stock-Takin, February 1st, Monday Next. This week we will have great clearing sales in every department. Our stock is new, fresh and de sirable, and many goods will be sold at much less than they cost us. We wish to turn stock into money and will give the greatest bargains for the monev. A week of bona fide bargains. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report rrs n o Mm Type-writ,.-r? .HKtlVfi.;... , . I I "N, V 1 t 111 I V A S. C r n 1111 11 ) 1 TPTin, - . !:. I itifi z ri Y. M. 0. A. W e are glad to state that earl) this wee'v Mr. (rales will be in Ral eigh again, and vill, with the assis tance of the gentlemen interested in the work, complete the canvass for funds to place the Y. M. C. A. upon a permanent basis in this city. There has already deen received over $1,500 in pledges for the work, and only a small portion of the business men have been seen. It is safe to say that after a few more clays of work the money will be raised. The public-spirited citizens of Raleigh .11 .. x . 1 . ,1 1 ' win see 10 il luai mis worK tor young men is properly supported. Our Special Ottering in Evening Materials. For the past two weeks we gran ted our regular advertising space to Evening Materials. That space be longs this week to another depart ment. We have done remarkably well in this special sale of Evening Textures, and will continue the dis play one week longer. Those who will likely require costumes for balls, receptions, teas, &c, should certainly avail themselves of these offerings, even if not for immediate use. Every desirable tint is shown and the prices 50c. to $1.50 per yard, which is tar less than any like materials have been offered. AY. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Special Notices. SI. 50. Ask for our ladies $1.50 buttoned shoes. You will say they would be cheap at $ 2 Norris' Dry Goods Store. Fancy Hosiery. Some exquisite novelties in Lisle and silk hose for evening. W H & R S Tucker & Co. Gloves tor Evening. Long Suede gloves in black, white, tans and fancy shades. Y. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. 7:30 Yinting brethren are invi- Rev. J. S. Watkins, D. D , the pastor of the First Presbyterinn church, has eniirely recovered from the grippe and will fill his pulpit this morning. On Wednesday at Greensboro Miss Mary E. Ball, daughter of Rev. J. R. Ball, will be married to Mr . E. L. Miller, an attorney of Seneca, Kansas. Bishop Lyman has made plans for a school at his splendid farm near Hiilsboro, at which what may truly be termed practical instruc tion will be given both sexes. Two sheriffs made complete tax settlements yesterday. These were Levi Blount, of Washington, ivhol paid $3,350.68, and W. S. Garnbrill, of Alleghany, who paid $1,803.21. There are quite a number of con flicting interests to be considered in connection with the proposed pas senger depot at Goldsboro, but it is said to be probable that during the year it will be built. Anumber of barrells and smaller packages of contraband corn whis key were sold yesterday at the Gov ernment building, having been seized by the revenue officers for non-payment of taxes. At the First Baptist church to morrow evening Rev. Dr. F. E. Clark, who is President of the "United Societies of Christian En deavor," will deliver an address on the plans and purposes of that order. Rev. Dr. J. J. Hall, of Raleigh, is one of the Vice-Presidents. Among yesterday's arrivals at the Yarboro were W. W. Jones, A6heville ; William Badham, Eden ton; Henry J. Slater, New York; J. A. Hadley, LaGrange; J. E. Cartland High Point; J. C. Worn ack, Reidsville; George W. Dewey, Goldsboro; S. Oettinger, Kinston. National Editorial Convention. Mr. H. A. London, editor of the Chatham Record, was in the city yesterday, returning from the meet ing of the Executive Committee of ithe National Editorial Convention which met in Cincinnati this week. There was a large attendance and .May 17th was settled as the date and San FYancisco as the place for holding the next meeting of the New tle in Mipper. Black suede gold embroidery, tan suede beaded, heliotrope suede, corn satin, .&c, &c. The hand somest line we ever exhibited and the prices verv reasonable. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Vigogne? at $1,00 Worth 1.50 aaii SI .To. Convention. It will be a great oc casion and big preparations have al ready been made for the meeting. It has been decided that on May Oth two special trains will leave, one from Chicago and one from St. Louis, and en route the delegates vill visit places of interest. After the meeting delegates will go to San Diego and other points in Califor nia. ' About a dozen cities were in competition for the honor of enter taining the Convention. Califor nia sent a large delegation, and had already made arrangements for special trains to take all delegates to and from San Francisco if the convention was held in their State. They made a big, and as it proved, a suc cessful fight. iir. juunuon maue a vigorous fight for Asheville, and notwith standing; California's magnificent offer, Asheville received the second largest vote, Mr. E. P. McKessick, manager of Battery Park Hotel; A. J. Hunt and Mr. Brevard, of Ashe ville, were there to prove Asheville's claims, and but for the great trip promised to California, Asheville would have won. Our patrols will notice that our regular advertising space, is, this week devoted to the mention of a line of Vigognes at $1.00 worth $1.50 and $1.75 per yard. These goods occupy almost an entire, shelf, and this room must soon be eriven to strictly snrinsr materials. Had cold weather come earlier, not a dress length would have been left, so the entire line now goes at the even price of $1.00 per yard and the shades are the most choice shown for this winter. VV. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. "Kodak." The charming vest pocket head ache, neuralgia and rheumatic cure. Safe, quick, pleasant less than half the cost of liquid remedies.Price 10 cents two doses. Sold by King & McGee. j in 12-d3m. Our 'Little Giant school shoe from $1 to $2 is the best in the market. Norris Dry Goods Store. 4 "Pine Soaps." "We have a large assortment of both toilet and laundry soaps, and can please you in quality and prices. EliERIIAKDT & PeSCUD. - Another lot of luscious oranges, fine and sweet, any size, just receiv ed from Florida at A. Duuhi's. Pianos on Instalments. When a person comes to our store and pays $25 and promises to pay $10 a mouth he srets a piano, and hat- the use of it, and when paid for it becomes his property. Yet any number of persons who can easily spare money for a piano are paying mo th after month assessments into nonio worthless land scheme or other sto.-k affair, and denying their fam ilies the pleasure and refining influ ence resulting from the use of a pi an'. If you can't spare time to call at "iir store, send us your address and we will call upon you. Our place of business is next to the cor ner of Ninth and Main streets, No. 90". Manly B. Ramos & Co., Rich mond, Va. j in 9-2 w. $2 25 to $1.50. Our line of ladies' fine dress shoes from $2.25 to $4.50 "are beauties. Evt.ry pair warranted. Norris' Dry Goods Store. Pippin apples cheap by the barrel or measure at D. T. Johnson's. No better ham on the market than "Ilarveys Monumental" small sizes, 12 1-2 cents lb, at ' D. T. Johnson P,tnt. r GoluVn li . , t V o:.. n , :c ru' : .... Ladies' Wraps 50e in the Dollar. Three lines of ladies' long over garments, $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00, worth twice these prices. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Children's Vrajs. This week we will offer Children's Wraps at half price fifty cents in the dollar. WH&RS Tucker & Co. We can furnish )rou with any thing in the way of canned fruits, vegetables, game, fish, &c, at low est prices. Eberiia.rdt & Pescud. Catarrh originates in scrofulas taint. P. P. P. purified the blood; and thus permanently cures ca tnrrh. Gents Furnishings lor Evening Dress. Wide, plain, plaited, pique and embroidered front dress shirts, cra vat bows, black suede and patent leather dancing Oxfords, &c. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. fm I have been troubled with ca tarrh for ten1 years and have tried a number of remedies, but found no relief until I purchased a bottle of Ely's v,ream Balm. I consider it the most reliable preparation for catarrh and cold in the head.- Geo. E. Crandall, P. M., Q uon- ochawntaug, R. I. Furs, Any ore who will buy furs now, can get them almost at their own prices; we do not want to pack them away. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. French, German and American dress goods just opened. Only 58c per yard at Norris' Dry Goods Store. f,6offees," Our roasted and green coffees and teas are giving entire satisfaction prices too. Ebkrhardt & Pescud. Gentlemen's Wiater Underwear. wool underwear. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Carpets and Stock-Taking. In one week we "take stock," and until then we would like to see any one that can be interested in carpets. We are offering a line of Moquettes and Wool Ingrains at cut prices, as we wish to place every carpet possible before Feb ruary 1st. If there is a person in Raleigh who wishes to buy a carpet we will prove to them that we can save them some money save them $4 or $5 on an ordinary Ingrain. That much is worth saving. W II & R S Tucker & Co. 58c per Yard. Ask to see our French, German and American dress goods at only 58c per yard. They are sold else where at 75c. Norris' Dry Goods Store. We can supply you with delicious Marshmallow drops if you wish to try the latest novelty in confections Toasted Marshmallows. Rotster. . - -C. . . $2 OO, Try one pair of our ladies' $2 shoes. They are as stylish and will wear as well as any $3 shoe in the market. Norris' Dry Goods Store. "Jersey Butter." We receive pure Jersey butter three times every week from "Clo verdale" and uther farms and can furnish you in, any quantity. Eberhardt & Pescud. Bananas cheap by the bunch or dozen at D. T. Johnson's, contract . jftH ;it ;ew iork. The- Uniting f.-v . V ee U r.r or pm of your Ume t tv i' '? Washington is a fir " ' company. Has done fc-"::4 ' 1 ' 3.75. Ask for our gents $3.75 shoe. They are as cood as any $5 shoe in the market. Every pair warranted. Norris' Dry Goods Store. SAMUEL L. An:' Lock Boxr.i. Dt X--- fir Newspap Bui S If you will use our Cough Tablets n i . i. ! you win ue sure 10 ootain reiiei from your cough or cold. Rotster. I have for sal a to;...',- s S or y column pai- ,; oyicuum roiier rontr !r will sell at a bargain. v. j. !'.oy- -v.,--, ja23tf Under this head, parties can insert short advertisements stating their wants at the rate of ten cents a line. This is a very low price, when it ij re membered that the Chronicle ha? the largest circulation of any daily paper in North Carolina and 'that it ;oes into every sect ion of the Stp.to. In ending, count six words to the line. Address Ciikonicle Pub. Co., Kaleish, N. C. 1 I i At once? a lady assist mt at Ceda-j rp Grove Acidemy. Address, i i W. S, NIPKS, Principal, x 4t Cedar Grove, N. C , n im j WO0LLC0TT m. V j ' Wc-are iuw -V i O'1" frier.('..: j-.l.'. r. L I C : Ladies' Shoes Z V'e think lit1 of .Sl;Cc- ; 1 r:Jtr:'i. Latly Stenographer Desires position. Address, 001 Saunders Street, ja22 lw Ilalelsh, N. C Bicycle for Sale Columbia, cushion tire, ordy uccd one week. Easy terms to riglit party. Address, BICYCLE." ja2J2t Cdire this Oflice. O (ST S 0 N S Children's f i v, leiy ?ri?;":" and are ijre.r"! "-' for HATS, HO M i'; and guar;iLt f llr- -and lowest pri'-?. Robert 0, loik LOST. Tuesday, January 5th, a red pocket book, containing three checks, $7.50 fach. ai d about f 35 in money Finder will be rewarded by returning it to the steward of the "Capital CiuD." I must sell a valuable plot of land in the city of Rome, Georgia, or jorfeit 135. ALFRED COI.Ki, Keal Eotatrr. 446 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Holiday presents, for cash or credit, sent to all parts of the world, send for Jree catalogue of several thousand arti cles to se ect from. ALFltED COLES, 446 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, 3. Y. BALEIUii. N C Will pract'-ce :a tn- . Fnloral Conrr. htA in tr-,-..V HaiiraxtN.nhau:r?u '-; whoever hi rxvciy . ville S'reet 5 11, MHO' Gisocri:s. ai - A Power Press Wanted full and Con!r-- ,;,V: Any one having a good 9-coInmn Power Press that will work both by hand and steam power, and will sell on good terms, address GEO. P. PELL, - janl9-4t Mt. Airy, N. C. I WILL SELL YOUR HOUSE, farm, or any other real estate, or forfeit $125. Send stamp for reply. ALFKED COLES. Real Estate, 446 Myrtle Avenue.. Brooklyn, N Y. oct-3-ly WAITED. We are rvin? Florida Oranges direct from the 7 olTer same i I r '- before. , B Old fah'- ': Process lJ-.r: kwU. ' pared Biici-"1" ft A position as Book-keeper. A yrung j Abolnre'.y iiiau vvitii ueariy uve yar.s t-xpeiici-ftf t desire- a fitnatin s book -kej-er. j Best reference. furnished. Addrtts-, j stating salary, i BOOK-KEKPr.R. j j9-tf C.ire ChroEicie, Raieigh, N. C j At:-' .13 I One fine Horse and Hacfcnev Bu;?y Buggy good. Address J. C FORT, ja5-lw Wyatt, N C. I.' Curr:v -