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STATE CHEOKICLE, SUNDAY, MARCH 9, 1890.
BALEIGH IN BRIEF. LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND AUO UNI) THE CAPITAL. Short Itcmi of Newt Gathered on the Fir br the Chronicle's Reporters. It. M. Sharp, sheriff of Alleghany county, settled bU county taxes with the treasurer yesterday, turning over S2.C53.28. COMLG AND GOING. Some ot The Folks i One fellow denounced and kicked against the conditions of celibate life yesterday, and the Register of Deeds raked in three dollars for a marriage license. Ilia Honor Mayor Thompson yester day morning ordered a colored man to be confined in the guard house twelve hours for being drunk on the street. Two magnificent locomotives, Nos 503 and 504, were sent from the Raleigh & Gaston railroad shops yesterday to Chester, H. C, for use on the Georgia, Carolina & Northern road. Thai llAin You Know s. and The City Churches Today. COMMESCIAL RECORD. Two more fertilizer licenses were is suod by the State Treasurer this morn ing one for the sale of Miller's Har vest Queen," aud one for the ' Owl Brand. " Mr. Chas. A. Cook, of Warrenton, registered at the Yarboro yesterday. Mai. Jno. C. Winder returned from a trip to Wilmington last evening. Associate Justice James E. Shepherd went to Warrenton yesterday morning. Rev. J. P. Barrett, of the Christian Sun, left for Suffolk yesterday morning to fill a church appointment. Gen. R. F. Hoke, President of the Georgia, Carolina k Northern railroad, arrived in the city yesterday. Rev. C. Durham is in Wadesboro as sisting the pastor of the Baptist church there in a series of meetings. J. Keudrick, lately a student at Wake Forest College, has entered the Uni versity of Mississippi. Mr. C. M. Weathers, the handsome young engineer of the Savannah, Flor ida k Western Railway, is in the city. Mr. T. Wirt Jackson, accompanied by his little daughter, came over from Oxford last night to spend Sunday with his mother in this citv. The Regular Communication of Win. G. Hill Lodge of Masons will be held to-morrow (Monday) night. Every mem ber is requested to be present. Visit ing brethren invited. The blackness of the blooms on plum tree is heart-rending to the boys who think the biggest fun of the spring ea son.ncxttofishing.is plum hunting. The cold snap threatens to kill the entire plum crop. There was no little disappointment among young people yesterday at not beinor able to take a sleigh, ride. The falling snow of the day before had raised high anticipations along this line. A letter was received here yesterday from a Raleigh gentleman who is now in Florida, stating that thousands of acres of beans and peas had been killed in that State by the cold. Orange groves have also been seriously injured. Ice formed three davs in succession. The Monogram club has made appli cation to the board of aldermen for the use of Metropolitan hall on the evening of April 12th for the purpose of a grand ball. If the hall is secured, it is pro posed to put in a raised fioor the entire leugth and breadth of the interior, and gorgeously decorate the halJ. It is learned that the granite recently found on Mr. W. G. Upchurch's farm near the city, splits easily, smoothly and uniformly. A contractor said yes terday that in consequence of that at tribute, this granite would be cheaper than brick for building purposes. It is expected that it will prove to be splendid building material. There is a coincidence in the city police ports for the past two years. They show that eleven hundred and ninety six arrests were made for the year end ing March 1889, and the same number for the year ending March 1890. Three hundred and fifty-six burial permits were issued for the year ending March 1859 aud tho same number for the suc ceeding year. A gentleman at Apex writes: An oyster supper was given Thursday night by the young men of Apex, at the resi dence of our esteemed citizen, Mr. J. J. Rev. Dr. J. M. Atkinson went to Warrenton yesterday, where he will preach to-day to the charge of which he has recently become pastor. Mr. Joe Specht. of Louisville, Ky., who has been visiting here for some time past left for his home last night. Judge MacRae, after adjourning Wake county Superior Court, left lor his home in Fayetteville yesterday. He will preside at Wayne county court this week. Miss Lulio Miller, of GoJdaboro, who has been visiting friends in the city, re turned home yesterday. She was ac companied by Miss Mattie Fuller who will be her guest. Maj. E. G. Harrell returned to-day from Greenville. That delightful town is the place of Maj. Harrell's birth, which auspicious event occurred in 1852. He went there to attend the Pitt county teachers! institute aad reports it as having been a most profitable occa sion. He is especially enthusiastic in the praise of the open hospitality of the good people of Greenville, who enter tained all the teachers in attendance upon the institute, free of charge. The institute was conducted bv Prof. Alderman. Church or the Good Shepherd Rev. W. M. Clark, Rector. Thiid Sun dav in Lent. Holv Couiaiuriiou, at 10 a. "m; Morning Prayer and Sermon, at 11a. m; Sunday School, at 4 p. m. ; Evening Prayer and Sermon, at S p. m. ; Services daring the week, daily as usual during Lent All seats free. Polite ushers. All cordially invited. Baptist Tabeknacle Sundav School at 9:15 a. m., N. B. Broughton, Super intendent. Preachang at 11 a. in. aad 7:30 p. m., by Pastor, Rev. J. J. Hall. Subject of morning sermon, "A Precious Keepsake;" at night, ''Receiving Jesus." A cordial welcome to strangers. Christ Church Third Sunday in Lent, Morning.Prayer and sermon 11 a. m.; Sunday School 4.45 p. m.; Evening Prayer 6 p. m. Services during the wee, Aionday b p. m., luesaay, murs day, and Saturday 10 a. m.; Wednesday and Friday 12 m. and 6 p. m. All cor dially invited. Christian Church Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., preaching at 11 a. m., aud 7:30 p. m., by the pastor, Rev. J. L. Foster. A kind invitation to all. First Baptist Church Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., T. H. Briggs Su perintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m., bv the pastor Rev. Dr. J. W. Carter. i Edenton Street M. E. Church Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at morning and evening hours by Rev. J. H. Cordon, pastor. THE RALEIGH COTTON" 32ARKET RECEIPTS GOOD DEAIAXD. ries S; dried whortleberries 10; Indian snake root 4; an-eliis 12; sassafras bark 4; spotted bard New Youk, March 3. Messrs. Hnb- Price & Co., say: Liverpool failed to meet the expectations of tha bulls to day, closing stead v at partially higher quotations than those of Friday. Our market opened ste?.dy at a .small decline, and eased slowly to the close under the offerings of those who purchased so fully yesterday afternoon upon the ex pectation of higher prices to day. A large amount of long cotton has un doubtedly been limited during the past few days here and in Liverpool, and to this fact can be attributed the check on the market, . as tee position arrows stronger rather than weaker Receipts estimated at ports to-cay at 10,000 bales. fcpDt cotton steidy. Mia hisr 9: Lav 50o. per hundred: l.l Hj; shuck i'j; v.heat trira 23; broom straw 2c. buncli. lodder 90 to : pine straw The Union Central Lite Insurance Co. dlins: uplands 11 3-S.Sales Futures closed easy as follows: bf las. J Everybody Likes Active Soap. March April May June July .A.T1 11 T ...... September . . October November. . . . 11 31-32 11 35-36 11 40 il 11 45-46 11 5051 11 5051 10 8283 10 5253 10 35 36 Realize. the lowest death rale, the high est interest rate, and the law of Ohio, requiring an annual examination, allows not a dollar of her assets to be loaned on fluctuating securities. We issue Endowment (don't have to die to win) Insurance at the ordinary Life (must die to win) charges. After three payments we will lend you the esiike reserve on yonr policy. Many of our insured may" thus borrow over "5,000 without losing their insu rance. State your age for figures explaining these policies. Address Caret. J. Huxteb, State Agent, Raleigh, N. C AUCTION SALE OF FARMING LANDS. By virtue of power conferred on me by h certain deed of trust, executed by Aus tin Uilmore and wife, which is duly re corded in Registry of Wake county, in Bock. .No VS, Fae 4'-'4, 1 wiu ciier lor sale at the court tiouse door in the city cf Ral eigh. X. C , on Monday, April Trh. 1K0, at 12 o clock m., the property in saia deed ot trust, described and known es tne nome stea l tract of said Gtlmore. located in MiddJe Creek Township, Wake county, N. C , containing 115 acres, more or le. Terms cf sale cash. B. F. MONTAGUE, March 6, 1SL. Trustee. mar9- AUCTION SALE OF LAND. December 10 3334 In Liverpool spot cotton closed steady: middling uplands 6 1-1G d. 6ales 7,000 bales. Cotton. Citr. iSa!e Tone. SPECIAL NOTICES. Old, Large aud Strong. The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company is one of the oldest, largest and strongest financial institutions in the world. It was organized in 1845; it has been ii successful opera1 ion for nearly a half century and has $44,G29 228.59 in cash assets. General Agent John C. Drewry is rapidly pushing this grand old company to the front iu this State. Several good agents can secure liberal eontr; icts by addressing iiim. Everybody Likes Active Soap. TIIE KING'S DAUGHTERS" CONCERT. E&says on Music to be a Feature Prizes to be Given for the two Best Essays Special Railroad Rates for the Occasion. Au interesting feature of the grand concert to be given here on April 11th, by ''The Kiug's Daughters" will be the reading of essays on music. Two prizes will be offered for the best essays on music, written by young ladies under -fifteen years of.age. The first prize is a standard size, solid rosewood, Stratton "Harp" guitar and case, price 831.75, and will be presented during the evening of the concert to the writer of the best essay. The guitar can be be seen at the store of the North State Music Company. The author of the essay, adjudged to be second in the order of merit, will he given twelve music lessons at St. Mary's School, Peace Institute, or the Durham f . The new advertisement of W. H. k R. S. Tucker & Co., will bo found not only interesting bnt instructive, al though it merely hints at the unlimited collection of spring beauties in Dress Goods. It is a superb gathering and is worthy of attention if only to feast the eve. .Savsnnsh. 310 Quiet i nuaaeipuia, Mobile, t oW Memphis, j2100 Augusta, i 4-iO New Orleans 12'jO WiiniingtOD, Louisville, .-t Louis, 1 700 Baltimore. Galveston, Norfolk, Boston, Fair Firm Firm Qaiet i'irra ;;tc-a V." Firm 207 t 14i bteady Qaiet llkt. Uet. i Ex. ON MONDAY, THE 7t:-i DAY OF April, 1890, at 12 in., we w 11 expose fnr cnlp tr t'rif hicrhpsf riiHf'pr fiir ah At the courthouse door in the citv cf R-iJeigh, mar9 tne ioiios ing properly: 1st. One tract of land in House's Creek township, adjoining the lands of Ander son Page,' G. 11. Smith aud S. H. Smith, coT'teaaicg 39 acres rrore or less. 2d. One monse colored mule. 3d. One half interest in one 10 horse power Tanner engine; one Boss Cotton Pre; one Centeniiial Cotton Gin with AUCTION SALE 0FCiTY PROPERTY. By virtue of power conferred on me by a certain deed?of trust, executed by M. L. Hanes and wife, which is duly recorded in Registry of Wake County, in Book No. 92, on Page 723, 1 will offer tor sale at the courthouse coor in KAleigh, N. C, on Monday, April Tin, Itfl). at 12 o'clock m., the property in said deed of trut de scribed and known as the residence o! ssid Hayiies, located on North Swain St.. between New Berne Avenue and East Eclenton St., in the city of Raleigh, N. C. Terms of sale ca-di. B. F. MONTAGUE, March C, ISttJ. Trustee. AUCTION SALE OF LAND. 10 H-iG 115-3 10 5-S 10 3-4 10 5-3 10 13-1G 10 5-3 11 1-3 10 5-S 11 1-4 10 1-4 10 7-3 11 1-2 272 i 217 ; 52i : 175 i 443 j 22 i '246 75 j 21C5 473 11U0 all the shaftings, pulleys, &c, thereto belonging. This sVie is made by virtue of the powers given us in three mortgptres by Hilliard 1 Smith, and recorded in t-e office of the Register of Deeds for Wake county in Book 70, j as. lv2, book 103, pag? 534. book 1 06, pa ge 23(3. L A.TT A & M Y ATT, Rak-ish, March (j, '90. Mortgagees. mar9- 6601 There is an announcement by the Security Insurance Company which all business men will find of great value and iuterest. Any company which holds more than three hundred thous and dollars over and above its liabilities is a strong concern; and that is the con dition of this company. It is repre sented in this State by Mr. W. H. Mc Cabe, of Durham, who is very promi nently and favorably known iu the in surance business. Chicago Produce ."Market. Chicago, March 8 Wheat opened weak and unsettled; corn dull and easy; oats quiet and steady; provisions dull and steady. Closing: WIIEAT March 77 3-8; Mav 73 3-3; June 77 7-8. CORN March 23: ilav 29 5 8, June 29 7-8. OATS March 20 1-2: May 21 1-4,3-3; June 20 7-3. POnK March 9.S0; Mav 10.02 1-2, 10.05: June 10.07 1-2. LARD March 5.90; Mav 5.97 1-2, 6.00; June 602 1-2. 1UBS March 5.74: Mav 4.S7 1-2; June G.02 1-2. W I i 1 1 HE S SO, sriiJNG BEAUTIES IX Dress Goods ! By virtue of pover conferred on me bv a certain deed of trrst executed by Hil liard T. Smith, which is duly recorded in Registry of Wake county, N. C. in book No. 3. page 414, a3 well as by direction of said Smith, I will on Monday, April 7. 1S1K), at 12 o'clock m , at the "courthouse door in the city of Raleish, N. C, offer f jr sale to the highest bidder for cash, all the property iu s-aid dee.l described, being one tract of land in Houses' Crack town ship containing about '0 seres, one 10-horse-power i'anaer Kngine; one Boss Cottcn Press; one Centennial Cotton Gin and fixtures. B. F. MONTAGUE, Raleigh, March 6, '90. Trustte. mart. W00LLC0TT & SON 14 E. MARTIN STREET. Thv choice?-: of designs ! Everybody who has an eye to money saving on their purchases will do well to go to Norris k Carter's to-morrow. Bright, new and seasonable goods at less than they can be had The goods will be sold. elsewhere. New York Produce Market. FLOUIl Dull and unchanged. Southern closed steadv unchanged. WHEAT Closed quiet, weak 1-8, 14, lower. Spot sales No. 2 red winter 86 1-2; No. 3 do. fc2 1-2. t3. No. 2 red winter March 80 1-4. CORN Closed dull unchanged. Spo; sales No. 2 imxei 3tf, 37; No 3 do. 34; No. 2 niix?d March So 5-8. OATS Closed dull and easier, slightly hiacher; Spot eales ot No. 1 white 31: No. 2 do". 30; No. 2 mixed March 23 3-4. PORK Quiet; new raess 10.50, 11.50. LARD -Closed Hi mer with a fair demand: March 6 29. SUGAR-Refined strong; cut loaf and crushed 7 1-4; powdered 7; granulated 20 1-2. COFFEE - Fair. Rio cargoes 2u 1-2. Mess pork dull; price unchanged; many ) cattle are on hand. Bargains ! Stock Must Be Sold. Ilogers, complimentary to the young School of Music as she may prefer. ladies of this place. It was highly en- The essays must be limited to five joyod by all who attended. After supper hundred words, and must reach the ad the attendants repaired to the parlor, dress, "Drawer No. 37, Raleigh, N. C," where some exquisite music was ren dered and some enjoyable games were pUjed. N. "The Banner" is the name of a new matrimonial journal, the publication of which has just begun in Raleigh by W. II. Wroteu & Co. It is matrimonial iu that it is a medium by which matrimo- be read by Miss Southgate, of Durham, nial candidates give descriptions of None but the young ladies of Raleigh themselves and also describe what kind and Durham under fifteen years of age of a person they wish to correspond will be allowed to compete. with, with a view to marriage. The Special railroad rates will be given March number has twelve announce- from Durham to Raleigh by the Rich- by the fourth day of April. They will then be numbered and sent, with names detached, to Rev. Thomas Hume, D. D., Professor of English Literature at the University of North Carolina, who will determine which are entitled to the prizes. The decision will be made known at the coneert, and the essajs will The large stock of General Merchan dise of Len. H. Adams must be sold. Merchants or individuals desiring great bargains will please call and examine stock at Len. H. Adam's place of busi ness on "Wilmington street. Also, for sale, a beautiful lot between R. S. Pul lens' and L. H. Adams', S0xl32, on Edehton street. This is one of the prettiest lots in this city for a private residence. V. H. Pace, m8-lm Trustee. On Matters Cheering to the Inner 3iau. ments from females and fifteen males. It is a monthly, at fifty per annum. Ask Tor Active Soap. from cents Supreme Co irt. Cases disposed of yesterday were Jones vs. Commissioners of Person county, put to end of district. Fartbiug vs. Shields, from Durham; argued by F. L. Fuller for plaintiff and J. S. Manning for defendant. Manufacturing Company vs. Railroad, from Guilford; argued by C. M. Busbee and Barriogcr for plaintiff, and More head for defendant. Duke vs. Markham (two cases), from Durham; argued by W. A. Guthrie and II. B. Boone for plaintiff, and Frank Fuller and J. S. Manning for defend ant. Ak for Active Soap. mond fe Danville Railroad on the occa sion, and a large attendance frcm the sister city will be expected. Everybody Likes Active Soap. WAKE SUPERIOR COURT. A Set of the Blamedest Fools lie Ev er Saw"The Next Teim Begins March 24th. Wake Superior Court convened yes terday morning at 9:30 o'clock, Judge MacRae presiding. Pool vs Pool: This case was the only one under consideration to-day. The jury was out twenty hours and failed to agree. The jury was discharged and a mistrial ordered. They stood eleven to one on the case. A pecnliar and rather funny remark was made by the one dissenting juror. He 6aid the other eleven was a set of the blamedest fools he had ever struck; they didn't have sense enough to agree to anything. The clerk was ordered to make up a calendar for the next term of court in stead of leaving it to a committee of lawyers for arrangement, and the court adjourned. The next will be a criminal court and will begin March 24th, with Judge MacRae on the bench. If there is any one thing well estab lished it is the fact that the better the food a man eats the better the man. It is therefore the essence of folly to eat meats which offend and irritate that portion of the anatomy when meats that will cheer and comfort are attainable under the same conditions and at the same cost. This is just precisely what Mr. J. Schwartz, the "veteran old meat man" thinks. He believes that common sense is largely predominant in Raleigh people, and that they will Lave good meats if they are procurable. He keeps nothing but the very choicest of all meats and tLat is why his business is so large and yet increasing. When he has something nice on hand, and he always has, he tells the people about it. He makes these announcements almost daily, and here he is again with one an nouncing that he is ready to fill any order with the choicest beef, mutton, pork, &c, that can be found in a care ful search of the whole country. His stall is on Fayetteville street, and he in vites you to pass by and look in. tf Baltimore Produce Market. COTTON Normal." ilidalin? lll-4all 3-4. FLOUR Dull, unchanged. Howard street and Western super 200a250; do. extra 275a3C0; do. family 375a430; City Mills, rio bx-inds extra 420ai27: winter wheat patent 440a4S0; spring do. 4s5a525; do. do. ttraight 425a4T5; do. do. extra SGOaiOO. WHEAT Southern steady; Fultz 73aS5; Longberry SOaSS; Western steady; No. 2 winter red spot and March S2a33 3-4." CORN Southern quiet. White 3640; yel low 3Ga33; Western, lirin: mixed spot and Meh. S6 1-Sa3Gl-. OATS Steady and unchanged. Southern and Pennslvania 27a30; Western white 29a30; do. mixed" 27a2S 1-2: graded No. 2 white 30. RYE Dull and unchanged. Prime to choice 5.r,a-57. PROVISIONS Firm Mess pork old 10.50; new 11.C0; bulk meat!?, loose shoulders 4 3-4; long clear and clear rib eidea 5 3-4; sugar pickled shoulders G l-4a6 1-2; sugar cured smoked shoulders 6 l-4a6 1-2; hann lOall 1-2; Lard, refined, 7 1-2; crude 6 1-4. PETROLEUM-Unchanged. Reiined 71-2. The prettiest of colorings ! The richest of combinations 1 The latest shades iu HENRIETTAS, FINE SURGES, MOHAIRS AND CLOTHS. Novelties in all wool plaids, stripes and checks. Colors, qualities and prints have becn carefully looked after in making Jour selections. Spring and Summer Cotton Fabrics. i,OOC pairs Men's Shoes from $1.00 & pair up, at t WOOLLCOTT Ac SON'S. 1,000 pai:a LadieV Shoes from 75c. a pair up, at WOOLLCOTT & SON'S. AMERICAN SATINES in a very fine cloth, with rich lustre, rivaling the French goods both in finish and durability. Hundreds of different styles and combinations in designs both neat and elegant. FRENCH SATINES. All the latest combi nations in light and dark grounds in small. medium and large figures, 1,004 Paiitt Roys' Shoes; pair up, at f;orn 9tc. a WOOLIXOTT Ar SO VS. including maiiv novel designs and Rio COFFLE Firm aud strcn: fair 2fa20 1 4. SUGAR Strong and firm. A soft 6 1-4. COPPER Refined skadv 13 l-4all 1-4. WHISKEY Unchanged i.OOal.10. )es St. Louis Produce Market. FLOUR Quiet and unchanged. WHEAT Lower Mav 7G 3-S. CORN Weak Mareh24 7-3. OATS Easy and quiet May 20 7-3. LARD Prime steam 55 1-8. PO'.K-Suad... Mess 10 1-2; D. Meats, shoulders 4 1-4; longs and cribs 5 1-4, 3-8; short ciear 5 3-t: bacon boxed shoulders 4 3-8: longs and cribs 5 1-2: short clear 5.60; Cin cinnati pork regular 10.25, 10.3-5; family 10.50; lard ktttle dried G 1-2, G5-S; bacon short clears sides 5.80. WHISKEY Sales 1151 bbls. finished goods on the basis of 1.02 per gallon for high wine3. of the richest high novelties. AMERICAN GINGHAMS in innumerable different stvles and in the latest effects which are especially worthy of attention. SCOTCH ZEPHYR CLOTHS. An unlimi ted variety of tho newest plaids, checks and stripes anu comprising everything tnat is n'ch and beaut.fui. Lace stripe ginghams, ana ooruered gmgnams m eye-pleasing effects. LnaLLiLS are nere m mil toree m more delicious designs anu dainty colorings than ever before. Delicate traceries of ferns and grasses aad wild wood blossoms of every description. Everything bright, new and fresh, and oue cau only wonder at the number ot choice novelties shown so earlv in the season. W. H. & R" S. TUCKER Jc CO. 1 .OOO Pairs Misse!)" Shoos pair up, al fn.m 65c. AVOOLLCOTT A SON'S. .JtOOO Yards (. alico Remnants at 8 3-i c .t a yard, at WO()l,!.COiT Ac SON'S. 3,000 Yards WLilo Cloth at 4 vard, at 1 -i cent & AVOOLLCOTT Ar SO.S. 14 E. Mar in St. 14 E. Martin St. City Mortuary Report. Tbo annual report of Ibo city board of health for the fiscal year ending Feb ruary 29th, 1800, shows the following mortuary statistics for the past year : There were two hundred and sixty-two deaths. Of these, fifty-two were white males and fifty-seven were white females. Total whites, one hundred and nine. There were seventy-six colored male and serenty-seven colored female deaths. Seven of the dead were over eighty years old. Thirty of the dead were oyer seventy The work of numbering all the cases years old. in the State Library was completed Dixiy-iour oi tne ueau were over nity yesterday. .Librarian Uirdsong will, years eld. next week, begin to make up a cata- Ihe population of the city is fifteen logue of the books, alphabetically ar- Ask for Active Soap. At The State Library. thousand. Weather Forecasts. For Virginia, fair weather till Mon day night; warmer; Sunday and Mon day, northeasterly winds. For North Carolina, fair weather till Monday night; warmer; northeasterly winus. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum tem perature 37; minimum temperature 26; snowfall 0.08 inches. Local forecast for Raleigh and vicinity to day: Fair weather; slightly warmer. ranged, which will give the number of the case and shelf for each volume. He will also make an alphabetical list of the authors of all the works in the li brary, and this list will also designate the case and shelf in which any of the author's works may be found. Evangelistic Sermons. Rev. Ym. D. Morton, Synodical evangelist, will conduct religious ser vices at the First Presbyterian church this morning at 11 o'clock, and will take occasion to inform the people in Extra Value in Shoes. We mean by thia that we can give you an extra good shoe at price lower than they have been sold by any one in Raleigh, and here are a few of the qual ities and prices which we boast about : Ladies' Goat md Soft Kid Button and Lace Shoes at 82.00, in all styles, sizes and widths; Gent's Calf-skin Congress Lace and Button Shoes at S3. 00 a real stylish and durable shoe; Child's spring heel School Shoes, button, at $1.00; Youths and Boys' Lace aud Button Shoes, $1.25' and "$1.50; Misses' Spring heel and Heel Button at $1.25 and $1.50. Big stock of Trunks at prices from 75c. to $23. Valises and Bags at any price at Heller Bros , Regular Shoe Store, 134 Fayetteville street. Naval Stores. Wilmington, X. C, March 8. Spirits tur pentine firm 39. Eo.sin firm; strained 115. Tar steady at 1.35. Crude Turpentine steady, hard 1.20; vellcr.v dip and virgin 2.20. COKN Firm. White 45, 17; vellow 44 1-2, 45 1-2. The City Cotton Market. COKEECTUD DAILY. xvALLIGu, rs. u., -Harcli S. O P. M. Good Middling, Strict Middling, Middling, Strict Low Middling, Tinges, Stams, 10 3-4 10 5-8 10 5-3 10 1-2 10 3-S to 10 1-2 10 l-4al0 3-S Wake Up Old Rip! RALEIGH "DO MOVE." Sc-e here a second Daily, with the press dis patches, ior laieign. uid vou ever dream of such a thing ? Abreast With Her Progress we ai e determined to keep. We are now showinc z. complete stock of Men's, Boys and Children's CLOTHING 1 HATS! SHOES! Furnishing Goods. Jewelrv. Umbrella, irunks, alises, ,vc. JMiable at Low Prices. Gch.kIs ANNUAL, STATEMENT Showiutc the Condition ol the SECURITY' IXSURAXn: COM PANY. ASSETS. December 31st. 1S. Value of real estate and ground rents owned by tne Company, (less the arnoiint of encum brances thereon) :u :- Loai s on bond and morteraere (duly recorded and beins; lirst liens on the fee t-imple) Account of stocks and bonds of the United States, and of this and other States,also all other stocks and bonds absolutely owned bv the Comranv Stocks, bonds and all other se curities (except mortgage), hypothecated to the Company as collateral security for cash actually loaned by the Com pany, In't. due and accrued on stocks and other securities, Cash in Company's principal office and belonging to ihe Co., deposited in Hank, Cash iu hands of Ageuts,and in transitu, Premiums or assessra's unpaid, Premium or assessment loans and notes All oi her assets.detail'd in statement MV2o.CO ",234.ot 9,300.00 57.S52.1-' 707413.40 5,323.2s CLOTHIERS SHATTERS Wonderlul Progress. snowing Mr. A. H. Cameron, a prominent regard to his work as evangelist in the fanner "f Uoore county, died of influ enza Friday. Three members of hia f anil are quite ill with the same dia- eastern part of the State. He will also preach in the same church at 7:30 o'clock p. m. The public is cordially invited to attend. Below are found the figures the gains made m 1889 bv the Union Central Life Insurance Co., of Cincin nati, O., as well as the unquestionable sclidity of the company : A gain in membership of 4,504. A gain in premium receipts of $594, 409.55. A gaiu in income of $620,557.28. A gain in interest receipts of $2o, 147.73. A gain in surplus (4J per cent.) $180, 515 57. A gain in assets of $1,088,363.11. Total assets December 31. 1889 $5,665,855.70. Total income for 1889, $2,338,559.04. Total new insurance written in 1889 $19,623,686.00. ' Cabet J. Hunteb, State Agent, Baleigh, N. C. Bectipts light with good demand. Raleigh Tobacco Market. lie ported for the Daily State Chroxicle. Raleigh, K. C, March 8. Market strong and active, "with prices full up to our quotations with hO per cent, of crop sold, and buyer, both on orders and for speculation anxioua for stock. Smokers Common 4aG Good, Gal i Fillers Common, 3a6 Good, 6a9 Fine, 9al4 Cutters Common Medium, 3a7 1-2 Good, 7 a 22 Fine, 22a2S Fancy, 2a35 The cold enap has lightened breaks this week but no weather seems cold enough to cool off the anxiety of the buvers to get more of the golden w.ed, and so prices still go on up and up and no one seems to know where they will stop. Smokers and cutters which have been the only weak grades are now at about outside figures ot our last quotations, and fillers and wrappers are aaxiouslv sought after by the order man. H1MU, ISM fc Mil City Produce Market. Reported daily for the State Ceeomcle by W. C. & A. B. Stronach, 'Wholesale and Retail Grocers. Geese -40c; uucka 25 to 10; turkevs 10c. lb.; chickens 12 1-2 to 30; eggs 10 to 11 pork 6; beef 5; hams 11 to 12 1-2; white peaa per buhel 1.25; black and clav do. 1 00 sweet potatoes 60; turnips 30 to 35: Chatham rabbits 8 to 10; o'possuras 12 1-2; squirrels 8 to 10; robins 2 1-2 to 3; English sparrowa 10c. doz.; bull frogs 10 to 20c. piece; grouad hogs 25 to 50: turtles 25 to 75; terrapins, speckled, 10 to 20; do. horse, no sale; dried peaches, peeled, 10c.lb.;do.unpeeled5;dried apples 6; dried damsons 10; dried blackber- ELEGAKT ASSORTMENT OF New Spring Goods! We have everything that one could desire in NEW FABRICS For this season's wear. We are showing all the New Weaves in Black and Colored Silks! SILKS that FLLL LINE OF COLORED DRESS GOODS in all the best materials and NEWEST SHADES and COLORINGS. With our stock of NEW TRIMMINGS there is no materials we cannot match. We want you to see our White Goods and Embroideries! for they must be seen to be annr.-.ia.i rw.- i SATTLENS, SCOTCH and FRENCH ZFPR. IKS, GINGHAMS and CHALLIES are rxix celled. We also have a choice stock of 6ICY6S, Hosiery, Corsets and Underwear ! 54,247. 00 Total Assets, $ C60,453.Ci LIABILITIES. Losses unpaid, includiner those resisted ?r. pr rn Reserve, as required bv Law. ... v.r All other claims, ll,77o".79 Total Liabilities, 3S3.728.67 Capital stock paid up $ 250.000 00 lotal income astka:i Total expenditures 4So?23!37 North Carolina Buoine in 1883. Risks written g Premiums received Losses paid on risks takf-n . . Losse s incurred !."."."..". President C. S. LUTE. Vice-President J. D. Dewell. Secretary H. Neasow General AgtW. II. McCabe, Durham. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Office ol Secretary of State, Insurance Department, Raleigh, X. c, March 8, 1600. In compliance with Section 9 of "An Act to consolidate the InsuranceLaws of North Carolina," I certifv that the above is a true extract from the sworn statement of the Security Insurance Company, on December 31st, 1SS9, now on tile in mis jepaximeni. W. L. SAUNDERS, mai9 Secretary of State. Ml iijf With All the LateBt Improvements ! All When Goons. at prices that are exceedingly low you consider the chakacteb of our S .tuples sent on annlication . v.-ma prepaid on ail cash orders of $5.00 or over. McKlMMON, MOSELET & McGEE, 129 and 131 Fayetteville St., Baleigh, N. C. The Highest Achievement of Inventive And Mechanical Skill ! FOR FIFTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD ! William F.AmtTrt Dealer, Raleigh, N. C. Jko. B. Culpepper, EicmcoxD, Ya.