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EE 21. ! ! KALEIGH IN BBIEF. LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND THE CAPITAL. the COMING AND GOING. Know and 0 i News (tatheretl on Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. The cotton and tobacco markets were both very lively yesterday. Now styles of hats and dresses threat en to descend upon the city duriDg the next two weeks. The street railway company will run ten minute schedules to and from Brookside park next Thursday. It is the intention of the Chronicle to tell its readers something about the oth er schools of the city next week. Railroad talk continues to hold its own among business men whenever there is a let up in the press of business. Arrangements were made yesterday for the appearance of the famous Boston Symphony Orchestra here on December 12th. ' A regular meeting of Wm. G. Hill Lodge of Masons will be held on to-morrow, (Monday) commencing a 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren invited. The apple crop is far from being a fail ure in the matter ot quantity. An lm mense lot of this fruit is on the market every day. There is some talk of having a grand nremium tobacco sale here. Those which have been held heretofore proved very successful indeed. Pastor Cordon is absent, and in lieu of preachine in Edenton street M. E. church to-dav. Prof. James Dinwiddie will deliver a lecture there. The barbecue and speaking of next Thursday will draw one of the largest crowds ever seen in Kaleigh and Thurs day will bo one of the biggest days. When the new coal shute which is be ins constructed by the II. & G. road, near tho union depot is completed, that section will be something of a Newcastle. Raleigh has more fine bird dogs than anyplace of the same dimensions in this country, and tho birds may look for troublous havoc when the season opons. The Ciiuonicle agrees with its corres pondent of yesterday that no charge should be made to the grand stand dur ing fair week, and this matter should bo settled at onco. The next number of the North Caro lina Teacher will have a new and beauti ful and very suggestive and appropriate cover. Tho cover was designed by Mr. Hunter L. Harris, of this city. It has not been determined exactly what must be done with the sidewalks, but it is absolutely certain that the mat ter will not be let alone until something is done. Just put that down, somebody. Tho tax list for Raleigh Township for 1S90, shows the property listed is valued at &",39o,4So. Out of this amount, the colored people have listed $194,580. Number of white polls, 1012; colored 801. It will not be another week before tho great need of additioal hotel facilities in Kaleigh will be forcibly demonstrated. The need of another hall or auditorium will also be very practically demonsta-ted. STATE OHROHIOLi:, SUNDAY, THE WORLD'S COMMERCE. . . Swift Creek Democratic Club. 1 s Some ol The Folks You Their Doinzs. Mr. 0. A. Pool, of Clayton? is in the c'ty. Mrs. Arthur Winslow went North yes terday morning. Mrs. R. T. G.ay returned yesterday from a visit to Fayetteville. Mrs. Julius Lewis is on a visit to Mrs. Leo D. Heartt in Durham. Miss same Uiark lert yesterday on a visit to friends at various points. Mr. Haywood Parker, of the faculty of Bingham School, is in the city. Mrs. Allen and little daughter, Mag- gie, ot w ase v orest, spent yesterday in the city. Miss Helen Fowle returned from an extended visit to the Western part of the State yesterday. Gov. Fowle will deliver the address of welcome to the State Association of Democratic clubs here on next Wednes day. Prof. F. M. Harper is again at his post in the Centennial Graded School, and his many friends are gratifidd at his re turn there, which was at one time doubt ful. Cards are out for the marrige of Miss Annie Hunt Green, daughter of Captain and Mrs. T. J. Green, to Mr. William N. Williams, in Hay Street M.E. church, in Favetteville. on October 1st. 90 Mr. C. H. H. Turner, one of the clev erest drummers on the road, was in Ral eigh yesterday. We didn't buy any paper from him because the Chronicle uses none but home made paper, manu factured at the Askew Mills in Wake county. Hon. E. T. Boy kin, who will preside at the term of Wake Superior Court commencing to-morrow, arrived yester day, and is at the Yarborough. He has been in Raleigh so often in the Legisla ture, that we feel here that he is one of us. A Democratic club was organized for Swift. Creek township ' yesterday at Franklin's. Col. L. D. Stephenson wus elected president; F. L. secretary: T. J. Harrison, Goodwio, Edward Rea, Thos. Burns, Jr., vice-presidents; F. R. Gray, correspond ing secretary and treasurer. The following delegates were elected to ' he convention of Democratic clubs: U E. L. Yates, W. H. UJey, F. R. Gray, A. F. Taj lor, T. J. Harrison, J. T. Cone, U. B Jones and Ed. Rea. A. D. Jones, John W. Thompson E. McK. Goodwin were present, made speeches. A lively interest manifested by those present and a termination expressed to organize township thoroughly. New York, September 20.-Mebsrs. Hubbard, Price & Company, m their cotton circular to-night say: An advance of 3-(U in the future market in L.iver- Stephenson, pooi this morning was rather a surprise W. H. J. to the trade nere. a vauci iu expected, but not such a pronounceu change of sentiment as this advance would indicate. On this side of the water it is evident that the feeling is still against, for, nothwithing the strong fnrpicrn adVlCCS and a aav in uuuiya,ic tiveiv liaht receipts, the opening tWtin af. an advance that partially sustained, and tneciose is easy r. -.1 ? loot niorhtK ClOS- Things For Personal Use. ec. here was but ;irl whr.se tender feet are press- 1 and cramped by bad fitting shoes cm make proper progress in JT;,-or, ovtra care to school snoes- UitVC j t L styles for the dashing romp and for tae prira demure, umuij oitt Wirt prprv time. Parties desiring anything in the shoe line will find it to their interest to visit our New Shoe Department. McKlMMON, MOSELEY & McGEE. The Second Consignment. BUTTER, SALT SALT, Many people are mulcr t, that salt is added t butter- lTi nnrnal" tV.. r. . 1 tt. l Home Journal' and and was at within one point of last night's clos est imated at Weather Report. Col. P. F. Faison, Chairman ni the Board of Diieotors of tho Penitentiary, has returned from the JState Farm in Halifax county. v7e learn from him that the crop is in excellent condition and the yield will be iarge. On this farm 190 convicts are employed women, boys and men whose physical strength is unequal to railroad work. This year the managers have made remarkable success and have demonstrated that farming is a good and a profitable way in which convicts may be employed. It may be that we can settle the question of how to employ convicts by puttiDg Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 84; minimum temperature 63; rain fall, 0.00. Local forecast for Raleigh and vicin ity to-day: Fair weather; cooler; north east winds. For Monday: Fair weather; stationary temperature. Washington, Sept. 20. Forecast for North Carolina: Fair, except light local rains near the coast; cooler; northerly winds. For Virginia: Fair; cooler; followed by rising temperature in we5tern por tion of Virginia; winds becoming vari able; warmer Monday. ing. Roppints at the Dorts on non holoa aorainst. 25.597 bales last rf, uvu c 23.476 bales last year. Snnk nnt.t.on market is dull at 1-16 decline in quotations; middling uplands m 7.1 r- snips fit hales. oinsRfl 3 to 4 Doints lower as follows: November 0 ?r::::::::::::::::::::"::: -o February Kh 18 it! my 1040-42 June.. 10 4G-48 Total sales of futures 28,400 bales. Cotton. City. A Little Fire. Last night about qine o'clock an alarm was turned in from box 31. The fire department found a small fire at the residence of T. F. Broekwell, on South McDowell street, borne clothing hang ing on a wooden partition took fire and burned, and the partition was charred up. The damage was about ten dollars. The house and contents were insured for 8400. Galveston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston, Wilmington, Philadelphia Savannah, New Orleans Mobile, ilemphis, Augusta, Louisville, St. Louie, Sale Tone. Mk't Rct- 117 Steady 9 7-3 5875 1097 Steady; 10 1- 16 2854 .... Dull 103-8 .... Quiet 10 9-16 7 .... Firm 9 13-16 3262 Steady 10 7-8 6596 2325 Quiet 9 11-16 6011 1700 Steady 9 13-16 6,01 500 Steady 9 3-4 1201 2100 Quiet 10 0-0 416 833 b'irm 9 3-4 2112 ... firm 103-8 j 110 Steady 9 7-8 202 Ex. 4720 5691 them to farming. Some Whistling. One pretty suggestion which the Chron icle heard yesterday, was that a foun tain ought to ornament Nash square. That is a beautiful place now, but a fountain would make it fresher and cool er lookiDg. How about that Alderman llorton, of the park committee? Thero will bo a great time at Myatt's Mills next Tuesday, the 2.'3rd. The pond which has not been fished in many years will bo drawn off, and there will bo a great fish fry. Everybody is invited to go. Tho mills are fifteen miles from the city on the Fayettovillo road. It is Mr. Jno. R. Redford who has be come baggage master on the Seaboard Air-Lino. Mr. Robert Redford can still bo found at the well known house of W. O. & A. B. Stroanch, where he can sup ply his friends with any thing they wish in mo ueavy or iancy grocery line at low est prices. A business man suggested yesterday that tho owners of all the two story business houses on Fayetteville street would find it to their advantage to put another story on them. He claimed that it would beautify and make the buildings more imposing, greatly im prove thestreet.make the buildings more desirable aud cause ane 3sy and acceptable increase- of rent. This matter may be worth looking into. Tho Y. M. D. C. has nearly three hundred members and still they come. Some folks who heretofore voted in a "scattering" way have come right up and said thoy will vote the straight Demo cratic ticket this time, and some have signed the roll who have heretofore been straightout Republicans. The tide is turniDg in Wake, and if the white men will work, Democracy will win in "Wake sure. White men and Democrats; will you work this time? A proraiuent citizen of Western North Carolina, in a private letter to the editor ci the Chronicle says: "It is to be hoped the good people of Wake will rally to the Democratic ticket and put the seal of condemnation on such preceedings as characterized tho negro meeting htld thero a few days since." Fellow Demo crats of Wake: The eyes of the State are upon us. Wo can defeat every Radical candidate if we will work. If we don't defeat them, it will be because we are not faithful. Let us all go to work. At Williams & Co's book-store is shown tho handsome copy of Webster's Dictionary which will be awarded to the best speller at the State fair contest. It is the International edition, which con tains everything that tho unabridged edition and the supplement have here tofore contained. It is to take the place of tho ,4unabridged" which latter is to be withdrawn from tho market. Ten yoars have been spent in carefully re vising the "International" and the work cost $300,000. It is a superb volume in every particular. The Examination for West Point. Tho competitive examination for ap pointment to West Point from this Con gressional district will be held in the Senate chamber on Friday morning, September 26th. at nine oclock. It seems that some confusion has arisen as to the time, but the date mentioned here is the time, and all intending to sfand the examination should guide themselves With reference to this date. A patent medicine man came here yes- terdoy and set the boys wild and like to have run tho town crazy. He began to give away duplex wooden whistles to the boys, aud in about two hours ho had evidently given away about tea thou sand. Every boy, urchin, gamin, street arab and little nigger got one or more whistles, and oh! shades of "Pharaoh's locusts," what a terrific buzzing and whistling aud screeching there was for the remainder of the day. One man swore that Pharaoh's locust plague was a pleasant little serenade compared to the terrific and ear-splitting whistle plague. That medicine man has an eye to business. If his medicine is to cure insanity or neivous disorganization, h: will do a smashing business here. He will have plenty of patients. Those whistles will fix 'em. lie reminds the philosopher of a woman. Her mission is to soothe trouble; and showill fulfil! that mission even if she has to make the trouble to get in her good work upon. Ho comes and finds a community well and happy; but he upsets the whole business so he can tell 'em his medicino will cure 'em. New Advertisements. In Liverpool spot cotton closed steady; middling uplands 5 13 16d; sales 5,000 bales. Futures closed steady as follows: September 5 4445 September and October 5 4142 Otitobe r 5 4142 October and November 5 3'J W. II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. New Silks, and Dress Trimmings. Andrew Syme A.dministra tor's Notices. Woolleott& Son Shoe Stock for Fall and Winter Trade. McKimmon, Moseley & McGee Fall and Winter Goods. See ad. "How to Make Money." SPECIAL NOTICES. The Citv Raleigh. N. ' 2sow cotton (middling) v Market active with good demand Cottn Market. .. September 19 5 P. M. up W. II. A It. S. Tucker & Co. Dress goods Tn endless variety. The "Rough Goods" are established, and we invite your early inspection to our mag nificent exhibit of these fabrics. W. H. & 11 S. Tucker & Co. Wanted! To rout a good piano. Parties having pianos Co rent will please address, with terms, X. care State Cukonicle. sept 19-tf. Pardoned. The Governor yesterday pardoned James L. Henry, of Cherokee county, out of imprisonment. The pardon was granted upon the certificate of the county physician that if compelled to serve out his sentence, his life would be endangered; also upon recommendation of the Attorney General and various citizens of Cherokee county. The crime was assault and battery with deadly weapon. STATE FAIR PiOTES. Fall 181)0. Tho.-e who wish to procuro advance styles in dry goods for the fall season should buy early. Many of the leading lines of silks,dress goods, laces and trimmings are now ar riving, and cannot be duplicated when once sold. We have endeavored to pro vide the most correct and desirable goods this fall, aud wo trust the above advice will be appreciated by our customers. W. H. & It. S Tucker & Co. Haltimore Produce Market. COTTON Closed dull; Middling lands 10- FLOUH Closed dull; Howard Street and Western superfine 3.00(23 50; do. do. extra 3.75(;l.ti5; do do. family 4.905.0; city mills liio brands extra 5.205.40: winter wheat patent 5.G05.85; spring do. do. 5.S0 G.25; do. fctraight 5.50((to.7j. WHEAT Southern dull; Fultz 951.02; Longborry 981.02; steamer No. 2 red 98; Western easy; No. 2 winter red spot and September 973 (JOHN Southern inactive ; white !S8(T 9; yellow 5758; Western quiet ; mixed spot and September 5G. UYtfi Closed fairly ac ive; choice to fancy 73GS75. OATS Closed firm; ungraded Southern and Pennsylvania 10(tl31; do. Western white 12((( 13;Jdo. do. mixed 4l12; graded INo. E white 43. FliOVlSlONS Closed lirm; mesa pork old 12.50; new 12.75; bulk meats, loose shoulders 6k': lont: clear G1: clear rib sides GJ ; sugar pickled shoulders Q sugar cured smoked shoulders 8; hams, small 12(13; large 1112. LA KU -IJyUuad JUF.Jbi Closed dull; lair liio cargoes 20Ji- SUGAR Closed strong; granulated 6. COPPEK Helined firm at 15. WHISKEY- Steady at $1.19. That popular and reliable old veteran meat man, J. Schwartz, has just received a second consignment of those magnifi cent beef cattle on which he has made such a reputation. "Schwartz's baef" has become a houshold word now, and it invariably means the best beef that can be had from anywhere. Ho frequent ly makes a parade of his beef cattle, and when they go up the street there is a rush to the doors to see them. He always shows superb animals, and people's mouths water for the meats which he sells over his counters. He makes a spe cialty of corned beef (his own make) and delivers it at from eight to ten cents per pound. He give3 strict attention to other meats and his pork is as fine as the finest. He serves out the choicest pork at from ten to twelve cents. He sells beef from 64to 8 to 10 to 12 cts. Every is invited to stop at his meat market on Fayetteville street and see it and be con- vmcea tnat ne Keeps tne nnest Deer in me city. sept.lOtf. LEMON ELIXIR. A IMeasant Lemon Drink. For biliousness aud consumption, take Lemon Elixir. For indigestion and foul stomach, take Lemon Elixir. For sick" and nervous headaches, take Lemon Elixir. or sleeplessness ana nervousness, take Lemon Elixir. For loss of appetite and debility, take Lemon Elixir. For fevers, chills and malaria, take Lemon Elixir. Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir will not fail you in any of the above named dis eases, all of which arise from a torpid or diseased liver, stomach, kidneys or bow els. Prepared only by Dr. II. Mozley, At lanta, Ga. 50c. and $1.00 per bottle, at drug gist?. A. Prominent Minister AVrites. After ten years of great suffering from indigestion with great nervous prostration, biliousness, disordered kid neys and constipation I have been cured by Dr. Moziey's Lemon Elixir and am now a well man. Rev. O. C. Davis, Eld. M. E. Church, South, No. 28, Tatnall St., Atlanta, Ga, till octlst. Thur&Sun i - 11 . .. ll .) I impetus mi auaea liavor n tains injurious forei 'n r-. f cause chemical changes i-'A, 1 tr- navor ana Keeping n-ialitv the fresh butter nSvor, as" T the best butter, f ree th i . 'L. :s : in il the best of salt to the h causc lb as jime as Dossil.', r4 :- rounding atmosphere, which o v pure as possible; pack ia ! J' tight packages as possible vw 'f a cool place. Of course the b,r" be made ot wholesome nv'k fr cows, fed on wholesomp Y.' ,J1t water, and kept in cln H aired quarters. These are tl 5 Known for making fine-iiAvori f keeping batter. Xootw n. . ,at' ought to or need be made. TI TI Home-made Jersey Bui MADE AS ABOVE MEN Ho Received Fresh Even- t o';C. lb. PURE SU EUREIIA DAIRY SAL" FINEST, PUREST am, BEST OF sal: Foil re de th P a in to w tcj cU a el tl an ti it -AND- TABLE 1'jsm Three Times Strength ot Oi,liii;,n v fl.75 lor 5 Bush. s.uk. CAR LOAD JUST RECEIVE!, W. G. & A. B. STRONAlH a P a P P a nl GROCERS AND CANin FACTIJREl'S, RALEIGH, K. C. HOW TO 31 A ICE MONEY! Thrco Nice Horses lor is me line oi a zi-page pampnieu issued uy tue equitable .Loan & Trust Co., 7u Mont gomery st., Jersev City. X. J. If you want to know Low and where money will net the largest income invested in real estate, either in large or small amounts, send address and copy will be mailed free. sep21-D&W3m Sillr. Baltimore ISond Market. B.umioKE, Md.. September iO. Virginia ten-iortiea 6) bid; do. three s 67(tG8X- FOR SALE. NEW 50-INCH KAPID BICYCLF. Highest grade, with Larkin cyclometer at tached. Address, enclosing stamp, sep20-3tpd New Berne, N. C. Valuable Real Estate. Ferris! New York Money Market. Money closed easv at 3 per cent. Ex change closed quiet ; posted rates 4.M1 J2 lor b0 days, 4.85; actual rates 4 80K lor You have seen the name before; but you never saw a better ham than Ferris puts up. We offer Ferris hams, smoked beef and tongues. Receive them fre quently in small lots, fresh from tho smoke-house, so that they are not dried up to nothing before you get them. Also Harvey's best breakfast strips, California hams, and a full stock of meats generally ElJEItHAItDT & Fescud 4.84 for demand, quiet; currency Gs bid; 4s do. 104 bid. and Governments closed 1.14 bid: 4s coup, 124 May Elegant Country Residence For Sale. The Church Cart Manufacturing Co., of S:. Faul, Minn., offers as a special premium "for the greatest exhibit of production of any farm of North Caro lina" one of their best carts - value fifty five dollars. This company will have a large exhibit at the Stare Fair, and Mr. W. R. Church will represent the factory. Reautiful and Handsome Suits. It's no use talking. The man who wears elegant and good fitting clothes is tne man who fands the smoothest sailing in this world. Even the man who "talks" against "clothes makine the mm" has great admiration for the man who takes care of his personal annearaneft and looks neat and gentlemanly. Now. it's just as easy and quite as cheap to wear "a nice ntting and elegant looking suit, and as it is to wear a baggy, "ramshack- iy looKing attire. fcr. N. Walters, the tailor, is the man who makes many of the handseme and elegant suits that are so much admired everywhere. Walters is one of the most popular tailors in Raleigh. He has his own method of cutting, and he selects all the material, foreign and domestic, which he offers for sale, lie recognizes that tailoring is a science, and he studies his trade as such. He cuts and makes up on scientific methods, and this is the whole secret of his great success in fur nishing the comfortable feeling and ele gant looking suits which his customers speak of with so much satisfaction. The coast of North Carolina is con fessedly one of the most salubrious spots of earth. The climate is glorious, both winter and summer, and the sec tion is one which is largely resorted to by invalids. On the Southern part of the coast of N. C, eiht miles from Wil mington, is a beautiful St at which will be offered for sale on Thursday, Octo ber 2, 1890. It is the elegant residence of Lt Gov. Chas. M. Stead man. Il is on vnghtsvide sound which is a noted summer resort, and to which thousands of people go every summer. The sec tion in which this residenceis located is famous for many attractions- such a? grassy lawns,lovely and umbrageous t.re s and splendid vinegards. In fact the lus cioiH grap- grows to its greatest perfec tion in E isiern Carolina. Bo sure to no tice the page "ad" in to-day's paper about this property. A free excursion will be given, and an unusual opportu nity offered for the purchase of a de lightful summer home. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago 111., September 20. Wheat opened steady; corn opened steady; oats opened steady; provisions weak. Closings: WHEAT September 97; October (J8; May 1.05. cUKN October 48; May 50K( 0. OATS September 38; October 33; 411. rOltK-September 9.55; October 9.65; May 12.45. LAKD-6eptember G.22; May 7.02. lilBS-October 3.37. New York Produce Market. FLOUR Closed weak and heavy; city mills extras 5.00(5.30 lor West Indies; superfine 2.853.85; Mmneao extra 3.25G.25. WHEAT Closed steady; No. 2 red winter lM(aA.0 cash; do. September 1.01. CullN Closed dull and unchanged; No. 2 mixed 5656; do. September 55. OATS-Closed quiet and steady ; No. i-iya i casn; September 44; PU11K Closed dull; mess U.2512.50. LAUD-Closed steady; October (5.47. SUGAlt- Refined firm and fairlv active; cut loaf and crushed 7.1'; granulate a6. COFI'EG- Spot closed steady; iair iiio cargoes 20. Cincinnati Produce Market. PORK Regular 10.7510.80; family 10.(5,75 10.87. LAUD Kettle-dried 0. 1MCON Short clear sides 6.10G.45. WHISKEY Sales 1059 barrels finished goods on tho basis ol" 1 13 per gallon for high wines. Darkest Nights Have a Morning, and Longest Lanes Have an Ending. Naval Stores. Wilmington, K. C., September 20 Spirits turpentine closed steady to-dav at 37. Kosin steady; strained 90 ; goo'd strained 95. Tar weak at 1.55. Crude Turpentine firm; hard 1.20; yellow dip 1.90; virgin 1.90. . City Produce Market. Reported lor the State Chronicle by W. C. & A. B. Stronach, Wholesale and iietail Orocers The Jefferson Club. There will be a called meeting of the Jefferson Club at Democratic Headquar ters on Monday (to morrow) morning at 11 o clock, for the purpose of electing delegates to the convention of Demo cratic Clubs. fcelling Shoulder Capes. Wo must crowd big sales into a tew days, or the fast arriving heavy winter wrarw will ior I - - i " " octavo tu uur fcorrow. McKlMMON, MOSELEY AND McGEE. After the long dull days of summer have passed, the fall business has opened "llu " 64U11UU nuuu liuo ul iraue never RAIf.mn w r f,ritomvlcr on before precedent! in the history of our Broom straw, 2bun i Sweet pototo2fSi ataxia m jAcueigu. jxve we Dieasea ao von CB8 4uc ask? "Well rather! We are hilarious over the turn things have taken. Our bu siness doubled last year, and we sell strictly for cash, hence we loose nothing, and Ve are so well pleased that we have no bad dreams; but when we lay down at night we sleep all right and eat three hearty meals a day and don't worry. All this satisfaction is brought about by the knowledge of knowing that we are do ing the world good, and especially the people who deal with us. The buyer at Swindell's will be obliged to go North the first of October for the second time this fall to buy an entire new stock or carpets, dress goods and clothing. Ducks, 25 to 40c Turkeys, Chickens, 12 1-2 to 25 Egga, 18 1-2 to 18c Pork, Gc Beef, 5 c Hams, 124 to 13 l-2c White peas, bush. Black and clay do. N. C. Cut HerriDg, 5.25 " Mullets, 4.00a4.50 " lioe Herring, $3.00 per half bbl. 40a50c Dried peaches.peeled, Dried peaches, un peeled, (Xo dried fruit offer ing;) Dried apples. Dried damsons. Dried blackberries. Dried whortleber ries, Hay, per hun. 40a50c Fodder, " 90 to 1.00 Shucks, " Wheat straw, 4Co Swindell. 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 mai1- Swindell. Raleigh Tobacco Market. Reported for the State Chkonicle. Raleigh, N. C, September 20. Market strong and active, with prices full up to our quotations with 80 per cent, of crop sum, ana nuyers, Dotn on orders and for speculation anxious tor stock. Smokers Common 5a8 Good, 8alG Fillers Common, 5a7 Good, 7all Fine, 1U15 Cutters Common 10al4 Medium, 14a20 Good, 20a23 Fine. 28a35 Fancy, 28a35 Wrappers Common 14a22 Medium to good 22a40 Good to fine, to fancy, 40a70 I have some of the most desirable property in the growing town ol Oxford, N. C, lor sale On my list are gilt-edge lots in the very heart of the town. Also seventy acres, including a handsome new residence, partlv in the town and partly in the suburbs price '$30,000. This seventy acres could be divided into a great many beautiful building lots, and iswoithy the attention of capitUists as an investment. Oxford is a growing town and is located in a Heaven-blessed part of the world. JOHN A. WILLIAMS, Dealek in Real Estate. scP-tt Oxford, N. C. Wood ! Wood ! 9 00 CORDS PINE WOOD FOR iJJJ Sale at 2.00 per cord delivered. sepw-zmos U. F. CHEATHAM. DR. M. W. ALSTON Oilers his professional services to the citi zens ol Raleierh and vicinitv. w J - Oflice at Shaw University, Medical Dormi-tory- (seplG-lw LawClass . The undersigned will prepare, lor license 1o practice law, such young gentlemen as may desire his services. The advantage ntfWrri by Raleigh to the student ol the law must bo obvious to all. Information as to terms will bo given on application. GEORGE V. STRONG. srpt7-EvSunlw THE YAKBOltO HOUSE. R. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raleigh, N. C. Rates, f 2 50 per day. $10.50 to $15 per week HOTEL FLORENCE T. G. Akkinqtok, Manager, Raleigh, N. C. tsoome, witn meals at Yarboro House, $2.00 per aay; $iu.uu per week. Special rates to lawvera .ttmirtinff Rn. ar8-ly preme Court DISSOLUTION OF CO PARTNERSHIP. I hereby announce that I have this day sold my interest in tne business of the late firm of Jt x flVBCUa lo Messrs. Thomas Peacud and T. L. Eberhardt, who will continue the buHiness under the name and style of Eber hardt&Pescud All claims against Hardin & Pescud will be paid by Eberhardt & Pes cui 1 who will also collect all accounts duo said lormer firm. In takinf 1pvo ,1 ,i P iu nitiuua and ens comers, I beg to express to them my gratelul vears. Itrnt tbfiv win k , f lc-n - w cuu&i v uin1 j --- o cjumcuuy wortnv Ot confi dence and support. i j. hahtuv i lfion Septembeb Referring tim v. tally announce "u"f?Te "apect- a couartner; r " Ams aa? . f transaction aa L j .i: n - increased farilitia ucsaa, ana an expe incive yeara in Hb nope to merit a o successors of Messsra. Hardin & Pescud With irKroao .. -caOUU. r uome: busi ima Dranch nf pricea and close attentiona8ed 8to-k. customera SS l lSffi.A0. want of our puptS s ; Tiiai reauit. September lstfl890 & COMBINATION 710AD AM) s HORSE, FAST TKOTUli Two strictly family horses, safe or children to drive. Young, handsome. Will work doubln a...! A. anywhere: not afraid of steam. W. C. &A. B. STRONACH. CAMPAIGN BEAVK Throw life and enthu Dy aaopting the White Reaver. We can furnish th m promptly ' lowing low rates: $9, $12 and $13.50 prnlo. Samplea sent on application. OUR FALL STOCK Men's, Boys' and Children's Clotliiu-. H-.--bhoes, Dnderwear, &c, now c -inp. -:. Lowest prices in the city guarai:!. i. CLOTHIERS SHATTERS TH WALTERS METHOI' l THE BES1' -FOB- GARMENT CUTTING, This system, with tho elegant line -' IMPORTED SUITINGS OF EVEBY DE3CEI1TIOX CAUUIED 1: THE TA1XOK, Is a combination which infallibly nandsome and perfect fittiug auit. 11. A I THE NEW FALL STOCK OF F.iCH AND SEAUIirilL mTZ Ia now on exhibition at G. N. W ALTER'S, The TAiLor, 8ePl7tf Fayetteville .Str FOR RENT. The store of Mra. M. A. Towles, on Favi t -t -vilU street, formerly occupied by D. 23. Y-" luooconuu jiveu immeaiateiv. jt or paiuvi- iars enquire of J. W. EVANS, eepu-im At Evans & Martin's bhtr .