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STATE OHEONIOLE, TUESDAY, SEPTSMBEE 16.
UALEIfin IS BISTEF. ATTE Hl'TED SUICIDE. LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND AltO UN D THE CAPITAL. Henry Thorspson, a Farmer ol liar- j ton? Creek 'township, Swallows an REIDSTILLE NEWS. (Special Cor. of State Chronicle.) THE WORLD'S COMMEBC s. ShTt !tfmof w Jnthprftii on fly by the ChionicleS Reporters. Ounce ol Laudanum. At 12 o'clock Saturday ' XW Yam:. Sectembc-r 13. Messrs. Eeidsviixi:, N. C., Sept. 15, 1800. j Hubbard, Price i Company, in their nik-hi Herry ! The farmer. ci thr Thoranson, a 'farmer of Barton's Creek i township, who had been in town since Telephones willplea.se add Kencey & j Fridav momicg, and who had indulged rewry, Insurance office, N. 77. very haaTily in strong drink, walked icto Dre Mavor Thompson did not hold any court'yfcsterday. He was kept at home by sickness. All the Hebrew basic ess houses in the city were closed yesterday in observance of the Jewish New year. The Chamber of Commerce meets to-night. Come out and hear the reports on railroads, etc. The meeting will hi important.and if thepeople will unite for fotee good acd energetic work, p.ome tbic can bo done. Come out every body. Dr. M. W. Alston, who graduated at Shaw University with the highest honors, carrying cfl" nearly all tho medals, has located in Kaleigh to practice medicine. He is colored man of character, educa tion and industry and will commend himself to the people of hU race. CO.1I I Mi AN D (iOIN Ci. mis section are indeed j cotton circular to-mgnt say : iae escr.ued cv-r the prospects and out- 1 threatened frost of Saturday did not . . . , "latf-'-a'iz'1 Tod3T. although, the rumor look for a big yield of face tooacco and j raffiiit to ad- W. II. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. High tirade Pottery. Hungarian. Moorish, Royal Worcester, Dresden. &c . comprising greater a riety of iiOv-el sha;-e iu pr:c W. H iind a wide rac?e high The tobacco crop has been i uld wi-h it to b?; it is Home ol The Folks You Know and Their Doinss. Mr?. J. B. Neathery is home from Buf falo Springs. Mis3C3 Lula and Evie Ellis are home from a visit to Charlotte. Rev. Dr. Thoma3 E. Skinner has re turned from Cleveland Springs. Miss Mollie E, Nottingham ha3 re turned home from Columbia, S. C. Mr. N. B. Garrett, of Waycross, Ga., a Raleigh boy, is in the city on a visit Mrs. C. E. Lougee has returned from Durham where she has been visiting her son, Mr. George Lougee. Goo. G. Martin of this city ha3 gone to Columbia, S. C, where he has a tit uatioa in the railroad shops. Mr. J. A. Moseley, of the dry goods firm of McKimmon, Moseley and McGee, has returned from the northern markets. Mr. D. Y. Cooper, of Henderson, was in the city yesterday and received a cor dial welcome from hi3 friends. He 13 a great business man. Mr. A. E. Fowler arrived in the city yesterday, after a pleasant trip to Meb- ansvillo and other points on the B. & D. B. B., visiting relatives and friends. Mr. P. A. Carter and Mrs. Carter ar rived in the city yesterday from an ex tended tour of the Sooth and West, and are at Mr. F. O. Moring', on Blount street. Mrs. A. E. White and Miss Lucy White, wife and daughter of collector White, who have been visiting relatives in Texas and tho Northwest, returned home yesterday. Jack Adams, who has been absent from tho city for the past three months, has just rcturnod from an extended trip through the southern, western and northern cities. very the police station houie, and in a dazec manner told sergeant ooda;l (showing an empty bottle) that he had just taken an ounce of laudanum. The officer did not of course believe the nrm, but as he started to leave arrested him to make in quiry concerning th'matter, which pres ence of mird and determination on the part of the officer saved the man's life. upon questioning mm. as to where he tot the laudanum, he said at Kin" & McGee's. An officer was sent there with the bottle, properly labeled, aad ascertained that aoout two hours before he had sold a man the bottle fall of laudanum. It was then ascertained that iu W. H. Ellis's barroom, Thompson had really drank the laudanum. By this time Thompson was showing strong effects of the poison and Dr. G. A. Renn was found, who b-igan to work upon him, and with the assistance of the po lice force Thompson was kept on the move. About 3 o'clock Dr. W. H. Bob bin was called and the two physicians and four or five others worked on Thompson until 9:30 o'clock Sun day" morning, when he was in a condition to leave in t he hands of friends to keep him awake. Yesterday morning Mr. Thompson was on the street and said his treatment was nrettv rouzh but it had saved his life a."id in the future he would drink no moro liquor and he had had about all he wanted of laudarum. He was very grate ful to all who had worked so hard to save his life, and had he not been drunk he certainly would not have put them to the trouble. nc-ariv sal wo coi probaby the finest crop raised in thi.3 ' .rt of the country sine i the war. For t!: past five or six years the tobacco cr r here has b?en a failure, and now tha. it is an assured fact that we will make a large crop of good tobacco, and the probability is that it will sell for gcou prices, our people very naturally reel in good spirits. It is curing up bright. Never did the farmers have more favor able weather for caring their tobacco than they have had to far this fall. KeifS7i!l3 is making biir preparations to handle the large smcuut of tobacco that will h-j handled here next year. Ail of the warehouses are equipped with a live set of men who know the business and will push it. The chamber of com merce and tobacco board of trade, re cently organized and incorporated, are doing all they can for the benefit of the market here. New buyers will be on the market, new leaf houses and factories will be opened up, our manufacturers will buv and work much more than they ever did before. One large manufact urer states he will buv three times as much tobacco next year as he has ever bought in any previous year. Keidsville now has two large factories that work each over a million pounds annually and many smaller ones. Two new cigar factories are to be among the improvements in the tobacco line. A big trade will be done here next year and i the readers of the Chronicle may look for a boom in Reidsviile. It is bound to come. Pwev. A. McCullcn, who went to Mis souri last year to preach, will move back to North Carolina this fall. He will re ceive a warm welcome. . -V- vance Liverpool two points tnis tuciii- ir:c p.r-i on 3 fi resnousive improve ment of about four points m this mar ket. Trading in September assumed rather more prominence to day, and that position sold at one time at thirty-two nnir.ts premium oa October, but reacted aVw-snr tiftmrt noinrs on the arrival cf about 2 300 bale3 cf new cotton here. Rpceints continue large, and as long as A . . . j: ight money necessitates tceir lmmeui ite saletbe market is hardly likely to show any irreat buoyancy V.o.fir.t at the norts estimated at - - , t , 9.P. nno hp.ics ae-amst c.Ulo oaies lasi wp'pfe. and 27.829 bales last year. not cotton marEet is quiet anu nrm at unchanged quotations ; miaouing udands 10 14: sales 2C0 bales. A - - l M 1 i There has been sold during tne pasi wpek and not before reported 415 bales for Kninr,irr. and 1.170 for export: total o J 1.53S bales. Transactions in futures 73,000 bales, Futures closed steady as follows: September 10 15 OrUer 10 23-24 November 10 18-19 December 10 13 1J January 10 20-21 February 10 25-27 March.." 10W-31 Arml 10 35-SG Mav 10 43-43 June 00 00-00 Total sales of futures 2,400 bales. Cotton. Some Church Notes. DR. M. W. ALSTON Offers Li professional services to the citi zens ot RaIe;5tQ and vicinity. OSSc-e at Shv.v University, Medical Dormi- tory. (sepo-ij Wood ! Wood ! O "A A CORDS 1"1K "fill' DUU ale at 2.00 per cord delivered. sepl3-2mo3 B. F. CHEAT HAH. Auction Sale. BUTTER, SALT, SALT, BOTH Many people are undr t"- that salt is added to battertorr--'-'-'-locker- but aecordiri to "TrV : Homt(?rcal" thi- isami-tt- fIo-5 not preserve better at p11 WE WILL SELL AT AUCTION, COMMENCING Citv. There were two baptisms at the Bap tist Tabji..ucle on Sunday. A collection was taken in the First Baptist church for colportage, and the amount realized properly credited. The series of protracted meetings in Central M. E. church will continue through this week. There was never greater interest shown in any meeting in this church than in this one. All the ser vices are attended by large congreca tions. There were two accessions to the church membership on Sunday. Many penitents surround the altar, and num bers of people are asking for prayer. Pastor Nash is conducting the meetings, llis sermon Sunday night on "Come and go with us and we will do thee good,' was a powerful and elcquent plea to the unconverted. More than a score of pen itents were at the altar, and others asked for prayers. The meetings continue. The County Commissioners. Trinity College. (Raleigh Christian. Advocate.) Tho (roldthwaite Geographical Ex change, New York City, has presented tho school of Political Science at Trinity College with an enormous wall map of thu railroads of the United States. Large accessions have been made to certain classes of books in the Library. The demand for college dormitories is as The board of county commissioners met in special session yesterday. As per instructions issued by the board at its last meeting, the Sheriff of the county appeared before it. and offered his official bond which had been strength ened and verified. The board Accepted tho bond, and the tax lists for 1S90 were turned over to the Sheriff. ro Water. When people went to their water fan- c.-ts and turned them yesterday no water ilowcd from them. It was practically a ever far in excels of the supply. Among dry lown in Inquiriea a3 t0 the cause the recent gifts to Trinity College, at Durham, i3 a cash one sufficient to build and (quip a first-class school of mechan ical engineering, for the special purpose of training young men for the professions of practical machinists, electrical engi neers and master mechanics. This school will have a four yoars' course of study and shop work. Weather Report. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 83; minimum temperature C8; rain fall, 0.0C. I)cal forecast for Raleigh and vicin ity to-day: Fair weather, slighly war mer. Washington, Sept. 15. Forecast for North Carolina and Virginia: Fair, fol lowed by light local showers in north ern Virginia, stationary temperature; KoutluniHterly winds. Ilurt;ljiriou;Atteiiipt. showed that the main water pipe had burst at a point near the water works pla'jt. The work of repairing will be c inducted as speedily as possible. JEnsairement Cancelled. The engagement of tho McNish Com edy Company, which was to have ap peared hero thi3 week, has been cancel led. A telegram received hero yester day announced that McNish, the lead ing man, had been hurt and the company closed. 31 air if d. 3Irs. Nannie Burwell Hay. Special Cor. of State Ciionicle The announcement of the death of this beloved and accomplished lady has al ready been made in these columns, but such an event deserves more than a pass ing notice. Mrs. Hay was the second daughter of John B. Burwell, Esq.. so ell known in our city and State as me successful Prin cipal of Pece Institute, and wife of our esteemed fellow townsman. Mr. W alter D. Hay. She was born in Charlotte, but most of her life had been spent in this city. After completing the course at Peace Institute and engaging in teaching, she studied music and art in Boston under the bct masters. Possessing a good mind and inheriting practical common sense and en ergy, she made faithful xie of her oppor tunities and developed into a useful and accomplished woman, competent and cul tivated, an ornament to society, and a charming and helpful addition to" any cir cle. Her connection with Peace Institute gave her an extendel acquaintance throughout the State and the South, and the eyes of many a Peace crirl will moisten and grow dim with tears acd precious re collections as they read the sad tidings of her early death. In person and manners Mrs Ilav was charn l g and attractive. Her native ?ood S2use anu happy disposition were retined by her sincere Christian exnerii-nce, and her character was ennobled and purilied by grace. Earnest and straightforward, she entered into her Christian duties with z-al and intelligence. Her maces in'tbe Sunday-school, in church and in the cnoir were always hlleo, and how sorely missed lienctorth they must be. cue was a de voted and useful member of the First Presbyterian church She was married most happily in the year 1SS7. and her wedded liie wa3 full o: serenest joy. She loved her home and her witeiy duties, and those who entered the charmed portal of her happy home felt at once- the power of the hostess, and recog nized ner culture and taste. The heart of the community throbs in tendtrest sympathy with the young hus band so sorely bereaved, and the beautiful babe left motherless, and numbers of lov ing kindred end devoted friends mourn her sad decease as a personal sorrow. Yet, they sorrow not as those who have no hope. Tnough so brief the earthly life, it was nobly spent, crowded with service and crowned with the glory of doing good. bne to'iowed tne footsteps ot the Master. She has passed to the "choir invisible." W. S Li AC Y. speciaiTnotices. Galveston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia Savannah, New Orleans Mobile, ilemphis, Augusta, Loui3vilIe, .it. Louis, 8ale Tone. Gi 3 Quiet HG7 feteady ....Dull 'Steady ....Firm . Firm 1300 'Steady 1750 1 Steady oOOIQuiet 10'.' 'Easy 750 j Firm ... I Dull . . . isteadv Mk't jKct- Ex. 0 3-4 ;S130 ... 10 1-3 I25G3 4925 10 3-S 730! .... 10 11-16 7 .... 0 7-8 2650 11 3-1 0 3-4 7753 9 7-3 S329 .... 9 3-4 1408 .... 100-0 641 .... 9 13-16 1491 .... 10 1-4 9 15-16 264 1 47 MONDAY, SEPT, 15TH, At II o'clock, the remainder ol the stock ot ISTorris & Carter, OOSISTIXG or DRY GOOD3. NOTIONS, &C imparts an added navor. If i " tains injurious foreign maul-- ' cause chemical changes injur -v-tiavor and keeping quality 'v me : as p. in it -it-r.r, free the b- c -:.' rr ... -- rt of salt to the n:tiL- expose it f,s .ittie as possible to ruaauiEK a.ir.ospnere, wnich o -pure as possible: pack ia a ght pacKices as possible, ad "'"- cool place Of cour f- tho .CV:' -. ue mane oi wnoiesome milk, fro- -cows, red oa wholesome izxl water, and kept in clean, swe- 7- ; " aired quarters. These are th U - '" known for making fine-riavor-.' a: - : keeping butter. Xo other kid ' ,"-'. ought to or need be made. " K Homs-made Jersey Butte Some very desirable goods were not aold last week, and the ladies are especially in vited to attend. In Liverpool spot cotton was steady; middling uplands 5 13-16J; sales 10,000 ba.e3. Futures closad steady as follows: sepl4-tf W. G. UPCHURCH, M. T. XORPJS, Trustees. September October October and November. . . November and December. 5 47 5 42 5 39 bid 5 38 " Sew York Stock Market. New Yobk, Sept. 15. Oregon imp. lets 1.0334 bid. Alabama class A 1034'; Baltimore 107: ChicBgo 1013: Ljui?fiana consols 89; Tennessee (old) 70: .orth Carolina 4s 9'J: North Carolina Grf 12;i; South Carolina Browns 101 (".111 asked; Tennes.-:ee's new set CslOS; do. 5s 100; do. 3s 72; Virginia's Gs 50 bid; ex-matured coupons 0u55. 2IonoT closed at 3 ter cunt. Exchange closed steady; posted rates 4.S2-i 5; ac tual rates I.Si4 tor GO days, 4.85 lor demand. Governments closed steady; currency 6s 1.14 bid; 4s coup, 12'J bid; 41 p 2s do. 104J,f bid. The Citv Cotton Market. iiALEiGH, 2. C, September 155 P. n. Nov.-cotton ('middling) yj.':9. Market active with good demand. IJaltimore Produce 3Iarket. COTTON Closed hrni. Middling up lands 10K FLOUli Closed aetive; Howard Street and Western suoerfine 3.005.50; do. do. extra 3.754.65; do. do. family 4.905.o0; city mills iiio brands extra "5.20(2.5.40; winter wheat patent 5.G0(5.85; spring do. do. 5.i0. G.2: do. etraii;hc 5.505.75. WHEAT Southern steady; Fultz 93(Jtl.02; Longberry 991.02; steamer No. 2 red 95: Western weak;; No. 2 winter red spot and September 969a. COiiN Soutiiern nominal: white 5o(?o9; y el-low 575S ; Western weak; mixed spot and September 55 bid. FA L Closed firm; choice to fancy 73g 7d. OATS Very firm ; ungraded Southern and Pennsvlvania 40(-?44; do. Western white 420J44; do. do. mixed 4142; graded No. 2 bite 43.. i'UOVlSlONS Closed active; mess pork old 12.50; new 12.75; bulk meats, loose shoulders 6i; long clear 6V: clear rib ides ; sugar pickled snoulders 6 ; sugar cured smoked shouldera 8: hams. aall 1213; large 11312. LAhD-lleSned 7X- COFFEE Closed dull; fair Rio cargoes 20kT. SUGAR Closed steady; granulated 6. RIBS September 5.32; October 5.47K-COPFER-Refined firm at 15. WHISKEY Active at $1.19. mmm Mm temmk. FALL, TRADE - - 1890. MADE AS ABOVE ME.NTIOMID Received Fresh Every r lb. URE S.A.L1 EUREKA DAIRY SALT FINEST, PUREST and BEST OF jALT FOB AND- J. J..TH0M AS & CO., RALEIGH, N. C, General Commission Merchants, Grocers aud Cotton Sellers, Have in store and to arrive 10,000 yds. 2i lb. second-hand bagging, 50 yd. rolls. 5,000 2V " Bagging Cloth, 30 vd bd's 5,000 T:i " New Bagging, 50 " rolls. 5,000 " 2 " " " 50 " " 3,O0O " l " " " 30 " " 1,500 Bundles New Arrow Ties. lOOO " Whole and Pieced Ties. Bajging for sheets, Bagging Twine: also 5Ieat, Meal, Corn, Flour, Bran, Hay, Sugar, Coffee, Ac , all of which we offer upon verv best terms. As a COTTON 31 Ail K 15 T Raleigh excels all. Her Compress and nu merous buyers here for foreign shipment and State spinners, gives us good demand at all tim- s. We offer our 18 years' experience as sellers to those who wish to sell upon arrival and those who with to hold for higher prices, will, where desired, make liberal cash ad vances upon bills of lading or cotton in store. Low rates of interest and storage charges. J. J. THOMAS A- CO., Cotton Seller, 8epl4-DW3ni03 Raleigh, N. C. TABLE TTSK. Three Times Strength 01 Ordinary s $1.75 for 5 Bush. Sack. CAR LOAD JUST RECEIVi.;. W. G. & A. B. 8TR0NA ,h KUCERS AND CANDY FACT I Ili:r:. RALEIGH. - 1 - Three Nice Horses fur sjal, COMBINATION .'IOAD and HORSE, FAST TROi li;,;. Two strictly familv Jioi-s, or children to drivo. Y.Ming. har.dsomc. Will work l.mb!o and -anywhere; not afrwd of stt-am W.C. &A. B. STROXA( II A Drive iu Cigars. Wanted. On last Thursday morning Miss Dorsie, daughter of our townsman, Mr. Kin- chen Harper, was happily united in mar riage to Mr. J H. Cox, ono of Raleigh's productions in both foreign and domestic suu.sraniiai and industrious young men, suitings lor gentlemen. by the Kev. Air. Taylor. The church we can supply these goods, and you was handsomely dressed with flowers have them made to order at much less A situation as clerk in grocery or dry goods store. Have had five years expe- riauce m grocery. Address a., care Chronicle. 3t W. II. & II. S. TUCKER Ac CO. Fine Cassimeros. Wo are now showing some of the best Baltimore Bond Alarket. Baltimore, Md., September 15. Virerinia consols 52 asked; do. three's 6869. On Sunday morning about 3 o'clock, an attempt was made to burglarize the and evergreens, and everything went as than the usual custom prices rosidoncool Mr. K. U. ltedford. The burglar or burglars began their opera tions on a window blind, evidently hop ing & effect an entrance that way. They got ono of the blinds off and accidentally dropped it. The fall made a big clatter andawoko Mr. Kedford. He got up to investigate matters and his movements, which were heard by the burglars, caused them to clear tho premises in short order. - Unlet to Cabarrus County Fair Con cord, N. C. Th3 Richmond and Danville railroad will sell parties attending the Cabarrus County Fair, tickots to Concord, N. C, aud return, at tho following rates for the round trip from points named. Tickets on sale September 29th to Oc tober 2d, good until and including Octo ber 4th, 1890. Fioaa Charlotte, 03; Orcensborol .50. Winston-Salem, 2.00; Durham, 2. GO; Raleigh, 3.20; Selma, 3.80; GokUboro, 4.20; Henderson, 3. GO. Rates from intermediate points in same proportion. uazette. Mr. Jas. Boy lan will give this depart- meni nis personal attention, W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. New York Produce 3Iarket. FLOUR Closed steady; city mills extras 5.105.25 for West Indies. WHEAT Closed weak: spot sales No. 2 red 1.021.0i; No. 2 red winter Septem ber 1.00- (JORIS Closed active and weak: snot sales No. 2 mixed 55M5l5M; do. September 55. OATS Closed lower; spot sales No. 1 white 47; No. 2 mixed September 13. roitu Closed dull; mess 11.2512.25. LARD-Closed quiet and nnchangedrOcto- ber G.51. SUGAR Retined firm andiu good demand: cut loaf and crushed 7.06. closed COFFEE-Spot Oirgoe3 20. steady; fair Rio Died. Advices were received here yesterday of tho death of Mr. Jos. Blake, at his home in House's Creek township, aged The Chronicle calls attention to the new u vertisement of Messrs. J. J. 1 nomas & Co., General Commission Mei chants. Grocers and Cotton Dealers. SG years. He died just as tho davlisrht This firm with its eighteen years exDeri- Di-oKe upon the earth. He was a valued and loved neighbor and a useful and good man. eace as cotton sellers certainly stands ia tho front rank. Capt. J. J. Thomas is too well known to require any words ol introduction in this section, while Gl'o W Thompson, every one knows, is busi .i t ss from the i ump. Parties havinir Air. j. oc n war tz yesterday paraded coiron to sen can depend upon lair deal The First of the Season. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, 111., September 15. Wheat opened easy; corn weafc; oats opened weae; provis ions dull. Closings: WHEAT May 1.01; December 1.01. CORN October 4GK; May 49 OATS October 30; May 39)3'JX. PORK September y.80: October 9.95: LARD September 6.22K; October 6.27V: May 7.05. RIBS September 5. 2734; October 5..32W: MayG.15. May 31 atonic. A regular meetiug of Raleigh Chapter No. 10, will bo held to-night at 7:45 o'clock. Tho Most Excellent Master's and tho Royal Arch degrees will bo con ferred. Companions earnestly requested to attond. W. II. Ac U.S. TUCKER & CO. Artistic Furniture. In chairs, hall stands, bric-a-brac stands, music racks, ladies' desks, &c. tno most aesiraoio styles, in various woods. Those intending to make gifts. useful or ornamental, are invited 10 see this department. W. U. & JX. S. Tucker & Oo. upon the streets ten of the finest beef cattlo ever brought to this market These cattlo will bo butchered as the de mands of tho market require, and will ue served to his customers at from 6, 8, 10 to 12 cents per wound at his ostab- lishment on Fayetteville street, opposite Tunl-fli.'o Tf Cl i 1 , ir n o. iixi. Dtuwariz uas aiso a une lot of Southdown mutton which he will serve at 110m to 12 J per pound. Give mm a can. srnt, lo.ff ing, prompt returns, liberal advances. and the best prices, when put in the nancis ot Messrs. J.J. Thomas & Co. Carpets are Still Booming. Nashville Produce Market. Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 15. -Wheat closed steady; ISo. 2 red winter 1.U0. Corn easy white milling 58. LATE NEWS ITEMS. Dr. D. Reid Parker, of Trinity Col lege, gave us a call to-day. He has been contemplating starting an Alliance news paper here, and in fact, we learn, though not from him, that the "Rubicon is already crossed. "Greensboro Work man. Wo were shown this morning tho plan of the building proposed to be erected in this city by The Piedmont Safe De posit and Trust Company of Boston, Mass. The plan shows a handsome five story building of brick and granite. The estimated cost is eighty thousand dol lars. We learn that the same company us unices in boston and London, and that they will place about one quarter of a million dollars here. Let the good work go on. Greensboro Patriot. When wo were advertising our carpets at a I reduction some weeks ago, our sales were unprecedented. Any one would nave thought that our sales would fall off after the new goods came in. But instead of falling off they are steadily increasing. v e aro having a most sat isfactory .business in our carpets. We have indeed an elegant line to show you and the figures are lower than you find in most other stores for the same goods. Don't forget that we can suit you in a rug as well as a carpet. We have quite a large stock, and some of them are very handsome. We place very low figures on them alt at Swindell's. In order to test the comparative merits of the various newspaper ad- : vertising mediums, and at the same time benefit the readers thereof, we ' shall consider this advertisement for ". one dollar in payment toward pur- chase of $20 or more worth of goods, ' if cut out and presented at time of : purchase, either in person or by mail. Swindell. '. Cincinnati Produce Market. PORK Regular 10.5010.75; family 10 75 Cli.UU LARD Kettle-dried K(0$ RACON Short clear sides t WUlSKKi Sales 781 bar Five thousand R. C. Brown (Straitou and Storm) all Havana Cigars. Boxes of fifty one dollar and seventy five cents per box. An elegant smoke, and much below the value of the goods. Eberhardt & Pesccd. Stock's Queen. Having secured the control of this fine brand of Michigan Flour, large invoice of which we have just received. To those who have used it, it needs no recommen dation. Eberhardt & Pescud. The "Boss." C. D. Boss & Son's Lunch Milk Bis cuit, the best of all plain crackers. Re tail fifteen cents. Close figures to the trade. Eberhardt & Pescud. CAMPAIGN BEAVEKS. Throw life and piitlmaiim ;t, n . by adopting the White Beaver ve can lurnish them promptly at ) lowing low rates: " $9, S12 anil 813.50 per do. Samples sent on application. OUR FALL STOCK Men's, Boys and Children's eloign.- H anoes, Underwear, Ac, now own 1. let" Lowest prices in the city guaranteed." ISTotioe of Sale. wit mt.KS x HATTERS By virtue of authority given in a rnortwao-P executed by Burton Mangum and wife, and recorded in tne Register's office of Wake county, in Book 106, nago 141. I will sell on Saturday, the 20th day of September, 1890, at 12 o'clock m, at the court house door of WTake county, in the city of Raleigh, the real estate 1 k f Pfftl! 1VII HA k mm tm 1 tin descnoea and conveyed m said mortgage, the mlUiiUA SiktkM kUitkik LUMf A.l I , same consisting of two lots, situate in Wake MMltlltf VVifliu' li adjoining the fands of the late J. S. Puretov, J. M. BrDUnfQn .Wv PnH Troa? the late W. G. Simmous, the late W T Wal- UIUUIUUII, OCU Jf dliU 11635.- ters, and Caroline Montague, containing 3 WANTED. Several vacant houses to rent t. t. t'i th rif, . , j-. . i4.u u.o, van sl-cuiu ju a tenant quick. J?ive room cottage 5.8 East Jon--street. 17.50. acres, more or less, and fullv described in said mortgage, which is hereby referred to a.a pan vi mis nonce, rerms ol sale cash. J. N. HOLDING Mortgagee. aug20 dtds DISSOLUTION OF CO PARTNERSHIP. I goods on the basis of 1.13 per gallon for hi"h wines. Naval-Stores. Wilmington, N. C, Sept. 15 Spirits tur penune cioeu nrm to-uay at 3G. Rosin steady; strained 93 ; good do. 95. Tar firm at 1.G5. Crude Turpentine firm; hard 1.20; yellow dip 1.90; virgin 1.90. Raleigh Tobacco Market. Reported for the State Chronicle. Raleigh, N. C, September 15. Market strong and active, with prices full up to our quotations with 80 per cent, of crop sold, and buyers, both on orders and for speculation anxious for stock. Smokers Common 5a8 Good, 8alG Fillers Common, 5a7 Good, 7ail le, Hai5 Cutters Common 10al4 Medium, Ha20 Good, 20a23 Fine, 23a35 ancv, 28a35 rappers Common lla22 Medium to good 22a40 Good to fine, to fancy, 40a70 I hereby announce that I have this day sold roy interest in the business of the late firm of Hardin & Pescud, to Messrs. Thomas Pescud and T. L. Eberhardt, who will continue the business under the name and style of Eber hardt &, Pescud. All claims against Hardin & Pescud will be paid by Eberhardt & Pes cul, who will also collect all accounts due said tormer nrm. Ia taking leave of my old Iriends and ona. comers, 1 beg to express to them my grateful appreciation of the steady and generous sup port they have given me for tho past thirteen years. I truct they will be equally kind to my 11 ' i-uiuiAnj recommend to an my inenus as eminently worthy ol confi- uuuet auu uuppuri. j, II RDIV Septembek 1. 1890. Referring to the above notice, we respect- .uv.uuv noue ima day lormed noTl""4: ur . "ansacuon of a U ilIlu Provision business as the .uo oul cssarH. naram & Pescud r:r:tllineA. lor oing busi- Ptoe" of Mrcrte yea n this branch of trade, we hope to merit a continuance of thl vjujpuau xnat result September U,; AA X"o. 11 South Wilmington strf "?m m vyaijitui, nice location i..r boarding house, G rooms and 1 r- b-itcnen. vnr-im ...... c. x - L I 111 . rn mhoi ' vwwui A.J For Sale or Exchange. A house and lot m the village of Rid-,-u-,y. Is- C- lot 200 by 300 feet, house has nil rooms, stables, barns, &c. Will hMI at a l.-.w price or exchange for land near Wake l.i - )ilegc,or near any depot on Wilmington ai.-l mcjuuu ranroaa. vl?2 aren?,ar Mill Urook, Wake countv, or. IaleighandGastcn railroad. Excellent " !-. COrn, COtton. tobACfn nn1 (rmi.j rn .. , i. cunnation, balance in good timber. A "'.! uaiurai meadow of several acres. Good dwell insj and out houses. Office over Lee, Johnson & Co.'s Drn-Store. ag-u FOR SALE. .T,Veeigod Milch Cowa, young and hcalthv; will trade for dry stock. Can bo neen at the Lot, Hi E. Davio street. GEO. L. TONNOFFSKI, Or ED. M. SORRELL, 8opl2-tf Cattl0 vesilcUt