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STATE OHBOSTIOLE, SATURDAY, SBSPTBMOTB2T.
HEW TO THE LINE LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY." "Voter," in the Greensboro Daily Patriot, writes some of the truest arid wisest words we have read in many days. There are two Radicals running in Guil ford county for two county offices, who say that because they are "clever" some Democrats will vote for them. Refer ring to this claim, he says: The man who claims to be a Democrat and votes for any of the Radical nominees is no more of a Democrat than if he voted the whole Radical tioket. The Radical nominees will all vote for each other, and all alike are enemies to the Democratic party and its principles of home rule, and protection to the mas3es against monopolies. Some are attempt ing to sell their political craft under re ligious canvas, and use this as a subter fuge and stab Democracy, which they never fail to do when opportunity offers. No true Democrat will be thus led off, but will vote the full Democratic ticket and work for its success. A "scratcher" is doing more damage to his race than if he were to join the Radical party openly, for if he openly joined the Radicals he would be known and guarded against. Let all true Dem ocrats repel puny appeals on personal grounds, coming from their enemies in pious garb, and vote fairly and squarely the Democratic ticket. llUEKffl IN BKIEF. LOCVL, HAPPENINGS IN AND ARCiUND THE CAPITAL. COI3JING AND GOING. Know and Every man ought to b pig or pup. Trying to be both destroys the capacity to be truly either.. If a man in Eastern North Carolina can so far lose his self respect as to- be a Radical, let him vote the Radical ticket and get down in the dirt if he prefers it. But if a man pre tends to bo a decent man and a Demo crat, let him show it by voting the straight ticket. If he can't do that, let him make haste to cro and join the Rad ical party and be false to himself and his family. Every one of the thousand Democrats who were here at the State Convention of Democratic Clubs was deeply inter ested in the fight in Wake county. Many asked about the prospects and every one said that it was a shame for any. man who called himself a Democrat to vote for a Radical. And so it is Jr Don't postpone it, but go and register to-day. HON. R, H. DUNN Has Opened Headqimi ters In'Ralcigh and Is Sending Out Documents. Onr Congressman from the 4th Dis trict, Capt B. H. Bunn, while in our city during this week established his headquarters in the Henry Building, and clerks are now busily sending out papers, documents, &c, to his constitu ents throughout the District. Mr. Broughton, chairman of the Congres sional Ex. Com., informs us that speak iDg appointments for Mr. Bunn have been made throughout the District, em bracing every week day and often at night from Tuesday night until election day. lie will make a vigorous campaign and will be elected before Prof. Mclver gets half way around the District. There is walking ahead of Prof Mclver. fchoii Items of News Gathered on the Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. Register to-day. The contract for the new depot has not yet been given out. Telephone No. 113 has been establish ed in D. T. Swindell's store. Ten new convicts were received at the penitentiary yesterday from New Han over county. Mrs. L Rosenthal has returned from the North where sho bought an excellent line of millinery. The concensus of opinion is that the Democratic barbecue and rally were a stupendous success. A new firm will begin business in the store formerly occupied by Norris & Carter on October 10th. The Governor yesterday appointed S. P. Kneeland, of Mooresville, and Alonzo H. Crowell, of Hickory, notaries public. The official estimate of the affairs of the penitentiary shows an excess of $G0,789.10 over expenses for the past two years. The Supreme court yestorday began the examination! of applicants for license to practice law. There are twenty-eight applicants in tho class, one of whom is colored. The firework? committee for the State fair on the part of the chamber of com merce will consist of Messrs. E. B. En gelhard, James Boylan and Eugene Harrell. Rev. N. S. Jones, of this county, has accepted a call to the Salisbury Baptist church. He is a graduate of Wake Jb or est, and since his graduation has been 1 - . . TT T 1 1 t" engaged as a pastor, ms zeai anu uis wisdom have given him a large measure of success. Affable, earnest and conse crated, the Salisbury Baptists are to be congratulated upon his acceptance of their caii. Raleigh sorely needs two features a good band and a gocd additional audi torium. The incidents of the past five days have shown the need of these things more forcibly than words can show it. What will you do about it? Will some musical gentleman, or some mem ber of the old band, inform the Chron icle on what conditions a band may be organized and sustained here ? His Honor Judge Boykin has for two days entirely disregarded the positive order of his physician in holding court when physically unable to do so. Thurs day he held court while he had a high fever, and yesterday, in the teeth of the physician's orders, he did so again. But he gave up in the afternoon and court was adjourned until Monday of next week. He has considerable fever and is under the care of Dr. A. W. Knox, but he hopes to be able to hold court on Mon -day. On this circuit Judge Boykin has won universal enconiums for his ceaseless labor and devotion to his work, as well as for his executive ability aud legal learning. Snmn of The Folks Yon Their Doiuss. Mr. J. P. Gnlley hns gone to Gastonia. Mr. Nat. L Brown left yesterday for Pennsylvania. W. Pou, Jr., has returned to in Johnston county, Mrs. o. D. Heartr, of Durham, is on a visit 10 ALTS. JUlius uewis. Mr. E. his home SPECIAL, NOTICES. Mr?. Grant's Literary Work. Mrs Ulysses S. Grant has been in duced by a New York editor to tell the story oilier count uip ,n.uv,w-. , and the warriors -.iup the article will appear in meyuiuutu number of The Ladies' Home journal. THE WORLD'S COMMERCE. New York, September 2C Meters. Hubbard. Price Company, in their cotton circular to-night say: ihe elimi nation of the short interest, which was effected to-day upon the alarming re ports of damage by rain tnrouguout tne Atlantic States, has removed one of the nuinninal pigments of streDgtn in tne Oxl a hummer" is what Messrs. Whiting markfit. and as tbe foreign news of this T-rw rail their popular fei.4i new soape morniniz cave evidence oi a disposition . 1 i i l cj - - II . , a , Derby Hats. Last season tney naa a th part of Liverpool to roiiow our ixses uia&iv auvi wov, . reat run ou them, wnicn aiiuust ieu- advance of yesterday, tue uay uas useu tiord, were here yesterday. fntinniz -d the sale of stiff hats in this one of reaction here. The market opened Thv have made arrangement f Qunnt tWa nomts decline, ana nas Mr. W. L. Hill and Mr. J. D. Bou shall went to Winston yesterday. Prof. J. F. Crowell, of Trinity, was a passenger on the westbound afternoon train. Gen. James Madison L3ach wa3 among the prominent men who arrived in the city yesterday. Mr. E. G. Clifton has returned to New York to attend the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Mr. W. R. Henry, who was one of the convention orators here, returned to Henderson yesterday. Mr. O. D. Hooker, of Hillsboro, arriv- UlTi - . I UIU "vvwv - v - . with a large manmaciuror w iuimou declined almost continuously iue eumo fcom nmmntlv as the demand increases. j whilo the news from the fooutn t - I J . l: has not. in anv wav moaiiiea me earner estimates of the decline in the condition whir! ha taken nlace durinz the past One competent to take cuarg u u f weeks, the fear of heavy office, and is sober ana rename. p.ou ret!rfnta and liffbt m0nev has been suffi cient to deter any fresh investment and Printer 1 anted. take charge of an sober and reliable. Is one others need apply. Regular situation to the rieht man. Address stating price to rUBLIC .LiElHiKtt, sept-27-3t Oxford, N. C. Wanted. A wide-awake, stirring man to repre- . . T T sont. tho "WaslHnetou -Liie insurance Co. of New York" in Raleigh and vicin- ed in the city yesterday and will remain ity. Good pay to the right man. Address tiere lor a uay or so. w. . dauuuuyb, ouai s t, Ti.i I senfc27-tf Tarboro, N. 0. r -t nil r-a i n I'm, i iiii.uui 11 i yesterday afternoon, and expects to re turn here on Monday. FOR SALE A very valuable patent for a household article. Will sell State Graham Haywood, Esq., is conducting or county rights.Model can be seen at the the clerical business at Congressman Bunn's headquarters. Miss Alice Jones, of Greensboro, is at J. R. Williams', E;o.. and will make Raleigh her future home. Mrs. Grimes, Mr. Walter Grimes and Miss Nella Grimes left vesterdav tor a several weeks visit in New York. Mrs. K A. McNeill and children, of Marion, S. C, who have been visiting Mrs. S. T. Smith, of this city, for sev eral days, returned home yesterday. Mr. W. R. Barker, one of New Hill's leading merchants, hus been in the city for the last day or so taking in and talk ing m the interest of the l. M. D. C. Mr. T. M. Cheek, of Hillsboro, mem ber of the last legislature, and a delegate to the 1. M. D. C. from Orange county, Has been in tne city lor tne past two or three days. Hon. A. H. A. ("Baldy") Williams, Democratic Cousrressional nominee in the Fifth district, arrived here yesterday. He begins a joint canvass with his oppo nent, Brower, oh Monday. Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Pennie Maynard, of Morrisville, to Mr. Charles E. imams, of this city, to oc cur at the residence of the bride's parents on Weduesdav, October let. Mr. 8. M. Gattis, of Hillsboro, who has been in the city for the past t wo days as a delegate to the Y. M. I). 0 , says lie hao been perfectly carried away with tho reception giveu him while here. He let t the city yesterday afternoon. Harrison House. Address, W. fe., at Harrison House. Raleigh, N. C. d6twlt Wanted! To rent a good piano. Parties having pianos to rent will please address, with terms, X. care State Chronicle. sept 19 tf. One Hundred and Fiity Thousand Peo ple See It. the market has sagged slowly under the liquidation of the long inttrest. Receipts at the ports estimated at 35,000 bales, against 24,402 bales last week, and 32,354 bales last year. The spot market is dull at unchanged quotations; middling uplands 10 3-8; sales 311 bales. Transactions in futures to-day were 131,000 bales. Futures closed one to six points lower as follows: SeDtember 10 2021 Ootober. 10 1819 November 10 2021 December 10 20-21 January 10 2425 February 10 31-32 March.." 10 37-38 April . . 10 44 -45 May 10 51-53 June 10 58 GO Cotton. Turner's Nokth Carolina Almanac, the Old Keliable, is read by at least luU.OUU'peopie during the year. II you want to reach the people, send in your advertisement, as the Almanac will be out next month, October. Address, Jas. H. Enniss, se253teod Raleigh, N. C. Auction Sale! To-night, at 8 o ciock p. m., continu ing nightly until the entire stock is closed out, at W. G. Separk's, No. 12 East Martin street. Dry Goods and Notions, Millinery Goods, Clothing, Pants, Coats, Vests, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises, Shoes, Boots, Hats and Caps. W. G. Separk. Smith & Woolicott, Trustees. Sep26 4vv Fall 1890. Register to day. W A K E KUPEItlOlt COURT. A Series of Sabbath. Evening: Praise Service. 11 EGGING FOR NEGItO VOTES. The IJegging Done Not in the Light of Day or of Gas But in the Uncertain Light of the Moon. There was a moonlight speaking in the city last night. It was a moonlight speaking because the moon would shine. The speakers would probably have pre ferred darkness rather than even the pale light of Luna,in order that the mot ley appearance of tho assembling 'fol lowers" might be perfectly concealed. But the moon shone; and the playing of a band and the firing of sky rockets caused about mty or sixty negroes to assemble in the Second ward to hear some Radicals speak. The speaking was opened by J. Rowan Rogers, Radical candidate for sheriff. He compared the Republican party to the Scots in the days of Bruce, who had no newspapers; and when their liberties wore endangered, would sound a trumpet and call tho people together. . He said that he hoped to be one Re publican who would handle tho mouey honestly. He laid emphasis ou the one. Ho didn't speak long; said he wanted all the votes he could get, white and black, Republican ana Democrat. When ho had finished the negroes called out some for Upchurch some for Stewart Ellison. Ellison evidently was the preference and spoke first. He said that this ap pointment was made for him and John Wiiliamson. The Chronicle couldn't stand this sort of stuff and left while he was speak ing. Purnell and Upchurch were on hand and problably spoke afterwards, beg ing the negroes tor their votes. . A HANDSOME CHURCH ORGAN An Next 3Iomlny Discharged. On next Sunday afternoon at i o'clock, there will be held in Edenton Street Methodist church, a Tinion meeting or concert of praise, constituting the first of a series of monthly meetings of the kind to be held iii various churches in turn. A choir composed of members of a number of the city church choirs will direct the music, which will be varied aud delightful. There will be congrega tional singing as well as solos, sacred quartettes and music by the choir. Several short addresses by pastors and prominent laymen may also be expected. This is intended to be a permanent in stitution, and doubtless will be largely at tended by members of all congregations, especially tue young people. It will surely be productive of great good. The services will not extend beyond one hour. . Competitive Examination for AVest Point. The competitive examination for an appointment to a cadetship at West Point, from this Congressional District began in the Senate chamber yesterday morning. The examiners present were Prof. Hugh Morson, chairman; Dr. Maione, Louisburg, and A. D. Jones, Esq., acting in place of Mr. H. A. London, who could not be present. There were nine applicants for exam ination: Messrs. R. S. Tuck and vTm. E. Dodd, of Johnston; Will G. Sills and N. S. En re, of Nash; W. P. Gilbert, of Chatham; Percy Cooke and N. S. Joyner, of Franklin; W. H. Hughes, and Chas. B. Holladay, of Wake. Adjournment till The Grand Jury Court convened yesterday morning, His Honor Judge Boykin presiding. The case of State vs. Blackley occu pied the morning session. The indict ment was false pretense. The verdict "was, "not guilty." The grand Jury was discharged for the term. At the noon hour court was adjourned till next Monday morning on account of the severe sickness of the Judge The first case to be called on Monday is that of Ofiicer W. E. Hogue for shoot ing a negro fatally while attempting to arrest him. . A Painful Shooting Accident. Ir. Carle Leach, who was a student in Morson & Denson's academy last ses sion, has sustained a painful accident. He was handling a gun a few days since, and unthoughtedly put Ihe muzzle of the gun. on his foot, where it rested. Ihe gun went off. tearing Mr. Leach's foot nearly all to pieces. Dr. McKee, or tnis city, has giveu the young gentle man the neees-iary Those who wish to procure advance styles in dry goods for the fall season should buy earlv. Many oi the leading lim s 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, and we trust the above advice will be appreciated by our customers. W. H. & K. S. Tucker & Co. A Drop of Water Continued Will Wear Away a Stone, of the to be Just Received at the Church Good Shepherd A Itccital Given. The congregation of tho Church of the Good Shepherd has received its hand some new organ, of the Stevens make. Mr. Will H. Sanborne, president of Clar emont College at Hickory, from whom it was purchased, is here putting it up. It is expected that it will be in readi ness by the latter part of next week, when an organ recital will be given to the public by a number of Raleigh's most talented performers. The Chronicle need not state that it will be a delightful evening, and that every lover of music will be delightfully entertained. The pro gramme will be published in the Chron icle later. Death of Mr. Will T. Rogers. Mr. Will T. Bogers died at St. John's Hospital yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. He had been suffering from Bright's dis ease for tho past four months, and was confined to his bed for nearly all of that time. Mr. Rogers was a native of Paris, Kentucky, but Raleigh has been his home since 1873. When he came here he engaged in the live stock business. Then he embarked in the grocery busi ness for a while, which he sold out, and was out of business for about ten years. In March, 1890, he re-entered the grocery business with Mr. James D. Car roll, at 204 East Martin street. Soon after he succumbed to ill health, and never recovered. His remains were sent to Paris, Ky., on the 4:45 train last evening for inter ment at his old home Mr. Rogers enjoyed the esteem and connaence oi a large circle of friends acquaintances. He was 58 years old. surgical assistance. For Gentlemen Only. That is to say that the handsome, ele gant fitting suits made bv I. Winetrob, the tailor, are for geutlemoj only, but tut; gentlemen encode tnm witn a view to making them have a stunning effect upon the ladies aud Winetrob makes them up with a view to the same pur pose. Wiuetrob plays his part in this scuemo to penection. ne can't be sur passod, either in the matter of selecting a stccK ot ricn and handsome suitings, or in his style of make up. He has on hand now a selection of goods which a commercial man told a Chronicle reporter could not be excelled anywhere; and when a man has chosen irom Winetrob's stock, he has had the pick from a splendid assortment of the best and handsomest suitings made in tnis or any other country. and perseverance willaccomplish any and all things that are in the nower of man. "Never look back, never falter,press for ward to goal" has been and ever will be our motto in this race for mer cantile fame. In dress goods and trim mings we are making an effort to please the trade, and to do this and gain the high position which we hope to obtain in the estimation of the ladies of Raleigh as dress goods dealers, we know that we must offer only the latest things out. and all the latest things out. and that we must offer them for less money than other merchants; and we know that if we continue to do this, that in the end we are bound to sell quite all the dress goods sold in Raleigh. Now, this looks as if we wanted the whole earth, but we don't. It's the dress goods trade wewan-, a,uu it b tue uiess gooas traae we are getting. Any kind of dress goods that can be found at other place can be found at our store, and any kind of dress trim mings that can be found at any other place can be found at our store, and for less money. See them at Swindell's. In order to test the comparative '. merits of the various newspaper ad l 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, I if cut out and presented at time of purchase, either in person or by : mail. Swindell. The Aexv Discovery. Buckien'ti Arnica Salve. METROPOLITAN OPERA-HOUSE. Steve Jacobs Respited. Stove Jacobs, the Croatan desperado and outlaw of Robeson county,' was to have been hanged yesterday, but for good reasons the Governor respited him until October 10th. He has thirteen more days to live. Married. At tho Oxford Orphan Asylum, Sept 26th, Mr. E. T. Crews, of the Banner Warehouse, to Miss Lois Sweat, Rev. B. F. Dixon officiating. " Weather Report. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 75; minimum temperature 64; rain fall, 0.28 inches. Local forecast for Raleigh and vicin ity to-day: Fair; slightly warmer, with southwest winds. A light shower in afternoon. Washington, Sept. 26. Forecast for Virginia; Fair, stationary temperature, except warmer in southern portion; variable winds. For North Carolina, fair; stationary temperature, variable winds. One Week, COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT. 29TH. Saturday Ladiea' and Children's Matinee Afternoon. TENNYSON & DAWSON'S GRAND GIFT CARNIVAL REFINED SPECIALTY CO. Of well-known Artists the pick of the fession engaged for this Company. 1 1 111 JEQANTr AND VALUABLE vuimou. Good, Fine, Cutters Common Medium Good, ' Fine, Fancv. Wrappers Common 2Iedinm to Good toaV You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You may yourself be one of the many who know from personal experience just how good a thing it is. If you have ever tried it, you are one of its staunch friends, be cause the wonderful thing about it is, that when once given a trial. Dr. Kinsr's The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. New Discovery ever after holds a nlarA Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe- in the house. If you have never used it ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil- and should be afflicted with a cough, blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, cold or any Throat, Lung or Chest and positively cures Piles, or no pay re- trouble, secure a bottle at once and give quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every satisfaction, or money refunded. Price time, or money refunded. Trial bottles 4b cents per box. For sale by John Y. free at John l . McRae's drug store. Maciiae. - The Second Consignment. 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 beef" has become a houshold word now, and it invariably means the best beef that can be had from anywhere. He 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, aud people's mouths water for the meats which he sells over bis counters. He makes a spe cialty of corned beef (his own make) and delivers it at from eight to ten cents per pound. He gives 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 6 to 8 to 10 to 12 cts. Every is invited to stop at his meat market on Fayetteville street and see it and be con vinced that he keeps the finest beef in the city. septlOtf. pro- Presents given away SHOW. at each 100 Admission : 15, 25 and 35 Cents. Reserved-seat tickets lor sale at the nsnal (sep27-4t place. City. Galveston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston. WiimingtOD, Philadelphia Savannah, New Orleans Mobile, JIemphi8, Augttsta, Louisville, St. Louis, Sale 1150 2(572 1525 3250 iioo 1308 107 Tone. Firm Steady Steady steady 8teady Steady Quiet Stedy Firm Firm Firm Firm Steady Mk't ; 9 15-16 10 1-16 10 1-1 10 3-8 9 1 '-16 10 3-4 9 11-16 10-00 9 7-8 10 0 0 9 13-16 10 3-3 10 0-0 ltct- 7519 1171 855 218 8152 leS8 1218 1916 1013 Ex. 7083 5900 3G08 In Liverpool spot cotton closed steady; middling uplands 5 13-16. Futures closed quiet and 1-64 lower as follows: September 5 18 September and October 5 14 Octobeer 5 44 October and November 5 41 November and December 5 40 December and January 5 40 Western superfine 3.003.50; do. do. 3.754.65; do. do. family 4.905.f0; The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, N. C, September 26 5 p.m. Strict Middling 9 Middling 9 Strict Low Middling 9 Low Middling 9 Market steady. Receipts to-day 330 bales. Raltimore Produce Market. COTTON Closed quiet. Middling up lands 10. FLOUK-Closed quiet: Howard Street and extra citv mills ltio brands extra 5.10O5.25: winter wheat patent 5.C05'85; spring do. do. 5.80 G.15. WHEAT Southern quiet and easier: Fultz 951.00; Longberry 981.00; steamer No. 2 red 92; Western quiet and easy; No. 2 win ter red spot and September 95w5 COliN Southern steady; white 57(t58; yel low 5G58; Western qniet; mixed spot and September 5555l. KYK Fairly active; choice to fancy 7678. OATS Closed firm: ungraded Southern and Pennsylvania 4013; do. Western vhite 424334; do. do. mixed 4112: graded No. 2 white 43. PROVISIONS Closed firm; mess pork old 12.50 12.75; bulk meats, loose shoul ders 6)4; long clear and clear rib sides U; sugar pickled shoulders 6 ; sugar cured smoked shoulders 8; hams, small 12W((113; large 1112- LAHD-Refined 7. COFFEE Closed steady; fair Rio car goes 20. SUGAR Closed stea'dy; granulated Gl. COPPER-Refined firm at 15. WHISKEY Steady at $1.19. 37; October 3SK Baltimore Bond Market. Baltimore, Md., September 26. Virginia consols 52; do. threes Gb. New York Money Market. Money closed at Z per cent. Exchange closed steady ; posted rates 4.81K4.85W. actual rates 4.804.80 for 60 tiays, and .3&(t54.3 ior demand. Governments Slaay; currency Us 1.14 bid; Ga coup. 123 bid; 4is do. IM bid. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago. 111., September 26 Wheat opened lower and active; com firm; oats dull; pro visions opened weak and active. Closings: W,HEASePtember 965 October 97; De cembfir 997X OATS September 38; May 38. iruuji oeptemoer y.45; October 9.50; Jan uary 9.55. c.868FK.clober!-02: ,inuary c-10; uy rJlJ-22'1! 5C2K; May New York Produce Market. FLOUR-Closed steady; Southern Hour in buyers' favor; trade and familj extras 4 00 ..xjix vjuocu umi spot sales No 2 .wig!.u; iso. 2 Septeml ".! XT "M .1 i "m j qmei; spot sales No. 2 mixed 5o; do. September Ar0ATSl08e?duiibu 8tea; 8Pt ales vJL whAe 2 mixed 44K. f 8e(J Q11; me88 11-5012.25. v,-f . iTTi w l8e?,amy active and uaioijr DLCuy, vjciuuer 0.3f.25 . ouuAo-ivbuueu cioeea quiet but firm- - - - i.w, powaerea u granulated 6. y -ol(,aujr, uirtUOCir- Nashville Produce Market. S' '?nSW- 26.-Wheat closed ,V . u w"er 1.03. Corn quiet- white milling 57. 1 ' Naval Stores. WILMINGTON, N. C, September 26-Spirita tnrnPTitmo r.1nar.A . "pull steady; strained 90; good strained 95 Tar firm at 1.40. Crude Turpentine firm-' hard 1.20; yellow dip 1.90; virgin 1.90. ' d New Yokk, September 25 Spirits tnrr tine dull but steadv at 40. P1118 "irpen- Charleston, S. C, September 25 Snirita turrentinfi MAX Wnain r, r Opmta I guou strained Cincinnati Produce Market Tiri r tj i. 11.0011.25 "., family LARD Kettle-dried CW(f?6 RACON-Short clearsidVs fcr cn WHISKEY-ales 921 barrel v , goods on the basis of I.13 per SSS. fi11 wines. y r S&Hon for high Raleigh Tobacco Market Reported for the State Chboxke M..v.. EIGH' N C- September oirung and acKvo . S2KS3S22" A&.otd" d S .04 Uj law 'Sunn ' a - r con Your s0' NO DINNEK IS COMPLETE viTHo Fairbanks' Ca,mil,M Lion Brand Estr fv' Good, 58 816 i 25c -CHL KEX, 5lo:KTl-. r! AND MUJLLINATAWvt. HALF OALLovop SOUp-lrF ' LUBIG'S EXTRACT OF vr This genuiue Extras r., V mended by all prominent u'.V ouiiuiuumug (lriiik i'..r -K:i- -KED Broiling Be 5 to 8 lb. ix-1;.,. 15c H. CALIFORNIA Boneless Ha 10c lb. Smoked Ox Tongues 1C 2-3e 11,. -NEW CHOP Porto Rico, Fancy Ponce Cuha Orleans MOLASSF WHITE ROCK CAX1A syU -New Crosse & Blaokwvir, Jelly Tablet TO ARRIVE THISWF.:-.;; NEW Buckwheat--Maccarcn- EDAM AND PINK AT ill CHEESE LAYER AND .SKIM I- SARATOGA CHIPS, CODFISil W. G. & A. B. STROM: GROCERS AND CAM1V W I'ACTUREKS. LUGILE- Fancv U A - Patent Pro I, O TJ 11 Srongest, Sweek's-, Chta . ? .'i RATS! Oht Rats!! the public will crv see the advertisement ol a deal r' ' has the biggest stock in town, an ! v trade in tho city; Belling goods 1. -.-etc, and making other inipr menta. We make no such claiio-, L .t say we crry a nicer line of g c : prices right, and have a good tra i . OUR 81.49 DERIiY IIAT- Latest Shapes, is a hummer, l.i- we sold a good many cases of th- f. running them again thia Fail. A-k them. CLOTHIERS SHATTERS Wood ! Wood 9 flH CORDS PIE WOttH I J)UJJ Bale at 82.00 p-rcord : 8epl3-2mos B. F. CIIEATH A-- Auction Sales of Valual' Farming Lands. By virtue of power conferred on ; several mortgage deeds, executed 1 . liileaan j LucyLiles, Mhich ar- i : corded in Registry of Wake counts : ; . Wo CO, at page 355; Book No. 7J, at j -and Book No. HO, at page G47, r. - L will offer lor sale, to the hiho-t ! wa,Htne court house door at xu- lialeigh, N. C., on M a . I M uuuy, uci. O, 18lK),at VZU rWO tracts of 1 an A liMTiinv:t M-jrv'i - ship. Wake county. N. C. at the coij:' : 1 iNeuse river and Poplar creek: one tr I I ' tue residence tract of the late II. S. L: taming One Hundred and Eleven more or IfiSH- tho ntv.- i-i.!: v V.UCX IK ill- X ' v oaia uies piace, and containing 5vt and One-half Acres, more or lesa. B. F. MONTAGl E, Mortgage. KAtnan, Sept. 3, 1890. (ser