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STATU OHBOKIOLi, lRIDAY, QOTOBER 3.
I. I . . ... . . . r . . . ... I ,v I 1M,H T 1.T T-1tT.1r? I TITE Y. M. C. A. I TIIEKE IS A WIDE DIFFERENCE. Chas. D. Urciiuncii, the Eadical can didate frr Clerk of the Court of Wake, who has held that position so long that ho thinks it belongs to him, told tho peo ple at Milburnio yesterday that there wa3 no difference between him and Mr. Thompson, and no issue except that each one wanted the office. Now Mr. Upchukcii will not fool the people of Wake county by such mislead ing statmcnts. Aside from tho wide dif ference between him and Mr. Thompson of which there is not need to speak (the people of Wake know them both) there i3 a difference in their candidacy as wide as day is from night and as black is from white. And no man can deny it. There is this wide dilTerence: Mr. TnoMPsON is the nominee of the thought ful, earnest, upright host of Democrat?, whoso representatives made the best looking convention ever held in Wake county. Mr. Upciiurcii was nominated bywhom? A motley convention of men who, with perhaps half a dozen excep tions, are not competent either by char acter or knowledgo or patriotism to se- ffwrrs for tho neonle of Wake county. Who composod that couven tiou? Eighty negroes and twenty white men whose Republicanism h "office deep and dollar wide." Mr. Upciiurcii is tho candidate of that gang, and any man who votes for him endorses and aids the crowd who nominated him. But, not only so, he was put in nomination before that Dolly Varden quilt convention by a nnrrro from Hollv Snrincrs. The white - O - - - y I man who votes for Upciiurcii will there fore say by his actions that he is willing for tho Holly Springs negro to name the man for whom he is to vote. Are you that sort of a second-class white man ? And not only so, but Upcuukch him self shows that there is an issue between him and Mr. Thompson when he accepts tho Radical nomination, lie makes a direct political issue; the negroes who support him, aided by him, draw the color line and make a direct race issue; and tho whito men of Wake county must meet it. Again: Upciiurcii was a delegate to the National Radical Convention of 1831 and has been a Radical in every sense of that term, and as such has done more to strengthen that party than any man ia tho Fourth Congressional district. Ho is Radicalism incarnate, and repre sents Radicalism in this campaign. A voto for him is a voto for Radicalism. John W. Thompson is a Democrat of the strictest sect and the man who votes for him votes for tho supremacy of the white race. A vote for Upchurcii is a vote for a dyed in the wool Radical, and f r the supremacy of negroes and trai tors to their race and Stato. Theso are the differences between Mr. Thompson and Upciiurcii. They are as far apart and as distinct as the color of tho supporters which each will have. SPEAKINU AT' JIILIiURNIE. The County Candidates Spoke Yester day The Negroes Drew the Color Line Sharply. The county candidates speke at Mil burnie yesterday. Upchurch and Co. had a crowd of.Raleigh negroes out there to help the Milburnie crowd "whoop it up." Some of them were drunk. It was the most iosolent and impudent crowd ever seen in Wake county. They were emboldened by the recognition and treats of white Radicals, and had the impu dence to interrupt Buck Jones, who talked from the shoulder and gave Rad icalism its just deserts. It is shameful to see white men witn good wives consorting with the corrupt o . . i . . . i i J and vicious crowu xnai asseuuiueu yes terday at Milburnie. No true man could have been present without becom ing disgusted with the indecency of Radicalism. 'Sorry Pickup" Meacham's speech was dirtier and more vulgar, if possible, than any of his other harangues. His vulgar anecdotes "took" with the "lewd fellows of the baser sort," but thero is not a respectable white man in the town ship who will vote for him. Hoover (col.) spoke and drew the color line sharply and called upon every ne gro to stand true to the Radical (negro) party. They yelled and showed that thev were solid for Radicalism. In this condition, the white man who is not true to his color is a traitor and unfrue to his race. Wake calls upon every son to. do his duty and stand firm by the party of the white man. Who will be traitor? HA LEIGH IN BIUEF. THE LO MF. HAPPEMNUS IN AND AJiOL'M THE CAPITAL. Revive iN-And Pro- For it. Home THE WORLD'S COMMEKCE. Short Items of News Gathered on the Fly hy the Chronicle's Reporters. There is some talk of choosing a new locality for the fair grounds. Th" regular monthly meeting of the Board of Aldermen will be held to-night; Meteorological prophets predict that there will be a "let up" in the weather on and after to-day. There will be a delightful musicale at the residence of Mrs. J. A. Briggs on Hillboro street tonight. The bells of the tobacco warehouses clanged vigorously yesterday, and there was a lively time on, change. This "soon" spell of weather is inter fering with out door work, particularly the macadamizing operations on the streets, j Let everybody interested in the mat ter remember and attend the trades pro cession meeting in the Curonicle office tonight. There was some kind of a project on hand a few months ago for remodelling ana improving the Market house, but nothing has ever come of it. THE FAIR UUESSINli CARNIVAL. An Enlivening and Interesting Feature With Plenty ol Handsome Prizes as a Stimulus. Various announcements have already been made of the great guessing carnival to be held at the State Fair. This fea ture is for tho benefit of the Soldiers' Home which it is proposed to open in Raleigh some ti ne this month. The carnival will have s;me interesting char acteristics, and people who dosomo good guessing will win some handsome prizes. The prizes will all be displayed at some good place in the fair b'lildings and grounds. To each prize will be at tached some number which will be iu a sealed envelope. The guesser looks at the prizes, and seeing one or more which strikes his fancy, will pay ten cents for the privilege of guessing at the number attached to tho article. Guesses are un limited so long as ten ceuts is paid for each guess, and one individual may guess for every prize if he chooses to pay for the privilege. Following are some of the prize which may be guessed for: Sot of pictures valued at 20. One boy's suit. A gent's saddle. Two fine chamber sets. A Jersey heifer. Pair of Poland Victoria pigs. Handsome steel engraving. Set of Dresden china. Two elegant arm rocking chairs. Suggestion to vide a The Young Men's Christian Associa tion of Raleigh has had a precarious ex istence. It seems to have always had something like a case of intermittent fe ver. At times it has been strong, neauuy and vigorous. Then it baa attacKsoi weakness and insanity. Just now it is suffering from an attack of the latter kind, and the attack is so severe tnattne association is almost dead. In fact there is nothing about it to indicate that it is living. A e-ent eman said yesceruay mat no hoped to see i he association revived, and believed that it would be. Then he made the following suggestion which is quite practicable. . If the association nau a goou uomo u would live and flourish. It has never vet had the right kind of a home in Raleigh. The capital uiuo win soon vacate the Haywood mansion, corner of Favetteville and Morgan streets. That ing would mate a spienuiu nome for the association. It some means could be devised by which it could be purchased and slightly remodelled it would hd the veky building m lust tne right locality for the home of the Y. M. 0. A. Now the question is can this be done, and if so, who will see that it is done? This city is surely in need ot a 1, M. A. organization, and Kaieigh ought to have the model one of the State. Has anybody any thing to say about it? If so, what? New York, Hubbard, Price cotton circular Chester spinners "Mau-Hecure C. Died. The Globe announces with sorrow the death of Mr. C. II. Lewellen. At Ox ford this morning at G o'clock, he de parted this life. We all knew him here as "Uncle Lew," and everybody loved him. Durham Globe. SPECIAL. NOTICES. Register before the 25th of October. THE WOMEN AKE ALL CHATS. DE3IO- UrciiURcn said yesterday at Milburnie that ho would certainly bo elected, for 'tho ladies are for me." That reminds us of one of Vance's jokes. He and Settle spoke ono day to a white Democratic crowd, and at the conclusion of the speech a number of the young ladies kissed Vance. Tho next day they spoke to the crowd and Vance called on Set tle to kiss his ladies. On tho night before Urcnujv- -, Iho negroes held a mec'U ai said thi3 17. - -.-.. oting and unani mously decided to support Meacuam, UrcnuRCH & Co. At Lenoir last week Charlie McKes son (a Radical) said that the women of Uorth Carolina were all Democrats, and HON. B. 11. IIU.NN. Rev. M. L. Latta, colored, who has been North in the interest of a church and high school for his people, returned to tne city yesterday, bo reports a very successful trip. Raleigh is paying more for cotton than any other market in the State. It always docs. The prices are kept up to the highest notch here all the time Don't forget, this fact, farmers. It was announced from official sources some time ago that the Alliance would es'abiish a $25,000 tobacco factory here and that the work would probiblv begin m heTUemoer. o tar nothing active is visible in this line. The subscription to the fund for re placing tombstones at the graves of North Carolina soldiers in Fredericks burg cemeterv is gradually growing. The people of this State will surely make the necesaary response to the appeal in this matter. A 1 1 m a. spieniu specimen ot copper ore is shown in the State museum, which came Iroin the farm of Mr. W. B. Smith, near lorestviJle. lne opportunies for mining copper on a paying schedule in and around Raleigh are immense. This matter will astonish auybody who will look into it. At the meeting of the Y. M. D. C. last night several new names ' were en .1 ik. i j: i a, . xuiifu auu uiubu present uiccusseu me county canvass. The reports from the A 1 . i - - -v county muicaie a rising tide ot Demo cratic success- The outlook is eucour aging, and every Democrat ought to be at his post. ltaleigh is a blessed place. A short time since a gentleman, who makes it a part of his business to look after the poor and needy of the city, was ap proacned by another gentleman who offered him a barrel of bread for distri bution, which offer was courteously de cliued, "for" said the first eentleman, man between 25 and 40 years of age, Send for catalogue of the Raleigh Business College. Address Prof. J. E. Matheny, Raleigh, N. C. The Bee Hive has an ad. in this issue of the Chronicle that ought to be of interest to everybody. He not only wants to sell you, but will buy anything you have, from an old coffee pot to a set of parlor furniture. See his ad. We desire to call special attention to the Douglas Shoe Cornpiny in this issue of the Chronicle. Messrs. Heller Bros, are sole agents for Raleigh, and have an immensely large fall and winter stock of these celebrated Shoes now on hand. He Speaks at PittsboroDemolishcs Ihe Professor and Captivates the People. Hon. B. H. Bunn. spoke at Pittsboro on Tuesday of this week, and reports from there show that the people are de lighted with him, and will give him the strongest support. A letter received from a prominent citizen of Chatham county says: "Wo never appreciated Capt. Bun half so much as now. His specfe in splendid. Everybody spuu was very highest praise. e ' -"-3 o ln tQe his friends and h He did his cause, speech for jbWmself.honor. A better been occasion could not have WiKuaHe. He demolished the Professor. j '.e hope the joint canvas will continue. out we tear the 'Troiessor 7 will change his tactics." Fall trade has opened up briskly among our merchants, and especially so a; Messrs. WhitiDg Bros. Soma Satur days it is a perfect jam iu there at times. Messrs. Whiting Bros, are en terprising, and when they get hold of a good thing they us 3 plenty of printer's ink to let the public kuovv about it. Wanted at Once. At Hotel Farrar, Tarboro, a clerk, and industrious, intelligent and sober young October 2. Messrs. A? Company, in their to-nit;lit say: are seeking to the better grades of the last crop remain ing unsold in Liverpool, paying full T.ina Tcithrmt. rmestion. and. in addi- tion, taking up the tenders upon the im mediate position to obtain the best of this season's cotton. This legitimate demand gives decided strength to the markets abroad, whiie at home a gen eral disposition to cover before the pub lication of the bureau report gives a quiet and firmer tone. American spin ners have been free buyers in our mar ket of staple cottons to-day, and the tenders upon October have been ab sorbed by local houses, with the inten tion of selecting better grades." Receipts at the ports estimated at 34,000 bales, against 30,269 bales last week, and 33,980 bales last year. The spot market closed steady at un changed prices; middling uplands 10 3-8; sales 955 biles. Transactions in futures to day were 58,000 bales. Futures closed firm at 3 to C points higher as follows: October 10 2023 November 10 23-24 December 10 2G-27 January 10 3132 February 10 38-39 March.." 10 45-46 April 10 5253 May 10 53 GO June 10 GG-G7 Cotton. City. Hale Tone. Mk't jllct- Ex. Galveston, 2914 Quiei 9 15-16 '5:515 543 Norfolk, 3517 'Stead- 10 0-0 551 .... Baltimore. ...! Quiet 10 l-l 307 .... Boetoc. ' ..ll'iriii. 10 3-rt j 16 Wiliaiu'st:Dl O'Jojinrm 9 1?-1G ) 1819 .... PhilacielDhi .... '.Stead v 10 3-4 1 253 savannau. 20251 Firm 9 15-1 G : 8837 New Orleans 50. 0 Firm 10 1-16 5397 932 Mobile, 1000'Steady 9 15-16 1227 .... Memphis?, 910! Firm 10 0-0 1053 Augusta. lOSjiSteady 9 3-4 21GG Louisville, Firm 10 3-8 St. Louis, j Firm 10 0-0 319 In Liverpool spot cotton closed steady; middling uplands 5 3 4;;sales 12,000 bales . Futures closed steady; as follows: October 5 44 October and November 5 4o November and December 5 3940 December and January 5 39 40 February 5 40 March 5 40 The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, i . C, October 2 5 p. m. Good Middling '. 99 Middling: $XA(& Strict Low Middling 99$ I .-w Middling Market qniet. up- Oct-2 4t Notice. -i uu not Know ci a soui in tne citv in , .1 C C I IT 11 uteu ui ioou, anu i coum not use your gift for the purposes for which it is tendered. M Tho moral is that. IJaloirvh is one of the favored and hlfissp.rt nnnta An examination to of Providence. e CentenmaLJ g H. B. Biiyan, Prop'r. COM IS 11 X i UOlfi G. i'ou Know and Rifling, YS,t 9 a. m. fill a .vacancy fa will be held in Saturday, October 4th, Some of The Folk The State Museum. Some considerable improvements have recently been made iu the State muse um. The knocking out . of a wail ho.- v..? tween the main baildinar. facin? the South and North extension, has added that's the reason tho Radical party could two largo and very handsome rooms to not succeed. Upcuuecu slanders the the department. Oae of theso new ladies of Wake county when ho says thev roms wj11 devoted exclusively to a wv i on, ISPy oc nauve woods ana timbers and or otner Kidicals. The ri,-mta v.nfr. tu are for him white women are all for Thompson, God bless 'em. w. i'ou, jr., tne Driuiant young nominee for Solicitor, has invited Col. Aroo to meet him on the stump in this di trict. Instead of doing so in a manly way. Col. Aroo is bushwhacking in Wake county, following the county can didates and talking Alliance doctrine. The shades of consistency forbid 1 Col. Argo- a Radical of Radicals, a Special Tax bond Radical: preaching Alliance doctrine, and trying to deceive the peo ple ! The people, the Chronicle is glad to know, have common sense and will not be hoodwinked by Argo's smooth sophistry. room will be filled with all the varieties of marble and building stone found in the State. The main hall, as hereto fore, will contain the mineral cabinets and miscellaneous articles,of which there is a very large and interesting collection. Things are now being put in position under the new arrangement by Curator tiarris, ana ne will soon have a most in teresting exhibit for a11 visitors. n y. i . hie uiironicle nas received a com munication criticizing Rev. Meacham, tation and high standing, the Radical candidate for the Senate. We must decline to print it. We have A . At m ioo many matiers or interest tor our readers to devote any space to the dis cussion of Meaciiah. We have yet to near ol a single respectaoie man in Wake county who will vote for him. We never bother with dead ducks. New Dental Office. Dr. J. M. Ayer has fitted up a hand some and fully equipped dental office in the front rooms over the Norris Dry Goods store, and offers his professional services to the people of Raleigh, and the public generally. He is a graduate, wnn nign nonors, ot the Dental Depart ment of the Universitv of Marvland. which is a school of international repu tation and high standing, and is thor oughly conversant and practiced in all tne latest and best methods of Dental Surgery. His office will be open for practice to day. - neir Doings. vivuu' J. J. McKay, of Wilmington, is registered at the Branson House. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. DeRossett, of Wilmington, are at Mrs. Beckwith's. Mrs. Leo. D. Ileartt who has been visiting here has returned to Durham. Judge E. T. Boy kin and Hon. W. L. Saunders have gone to Cleveland Springs to spend a few days. Mr. Willie Allen Crawford and bride arrived last evening, and were given a pleasant reception at the home of the groom iu this city. Prof. T. TVo d, instructor of vocal and instrumented music, will begin to conduct chorus singing at the meetings now in progress in the Baptist Taber nacle to-night. He was formerly pro fessor and lecturer at the Ingham" Coll. Institue, Le Rroy, N. Y.; Glenwood La lies Seminary, West BrHtdeboro, Vt. ; For many years professor ot music in the public fcchocls of Albany, N. Y.; director and conductor of music in the Fourth Presbyterian Church during the ministerial administration of Rev. Henry Mandervilie, D., D.; Rev. Samuel T. Seelye, D. D. ; more recently from First Baptist Church, Troy, N. Y., Rev. Geo. C. Baldwin, D. D., pastor. Everybody inclined to do so is invited to join the choruses to be conducted by him in the Tabernacle. By order of the committee: oct2-2t E. P. Moses, Supt. Wanted! To rent a good piano. Parties having pianos to rent will please address, with terms, X. care State Chronicle. sept 1 9-tf . . Wanted. Baltimore Produce Market. COTTON Closed steady. Middling lands 1U . FLOUK Closed quiet; Howard Street and. Western superfine 3.003.50; do. do. extra 3.754.63; do. do. family 4:.905.0; city mills llio brands extra 5.105.25; winter wheat patent 5.G05 85; spring do.do. 5.75 G.CO; do. do. straight 5.305-.00; do." do. extra 4.354.G0. WHEAT Southern closed firm; Fultz 95 1.02; Longberry 98 1.02; steamer No. 2 red 94: Western dull; No. 2 winter red Sspot 9GHS06; October 96 bid. COKN Southern inactive; white 5759; j-ellow 5G57; Western quiet; mixed spot 54; October 5454. OATS Closed firm; ungraded Southern and Pennsylvania 4043; do. Western white 4244; do. do. mixed 4142: graded No. 2 white 4344. 'V ".l-lftrni; choice to ianc"yTGlT. -V-WiSIONS Closed active; mess pork old .-VruO; new 12.00; bulk meats, loose shoul ders 6; long clear and clear rib sides (; sugar pickled shoulders 7 ; sugar cured smohed shoulders 8 ; hams, small 12413; largo 1112. LAUD -Kenned 1. COFFEE Closed dull; fair Rio car goes 20. SUG Ait Closed fairly active; granulated COPPER Refined firm at 15. WHISKEY Firm at $1.19. A wide-awake, stirring man to repre sent the "Washingto'i Life Insurance Co. of New York" in Raleigh and vicin ity. Good pay to the right man. Address W. W. Hargrove, Special Ag't, sept 27-tf Tarboro, N. C. Wr. II. & U.S. TUCKER & CO. Baltimore Bond Market. Baltimore, Md., October 2. Virginia consols 52 asked; do. threes 67X63. New York Money Market. New York, October 2 Money closed at 3)4 pcr-ct. Exchange closed steady; posted rates 4 82J4.87; actual rates 4.81 4 82 for GO days, and 4.8G for demand". Governments closed steady: currency Gs 114 bid; 4s. coup. 122 bid; 48 coup. 104 bid. A Delightful Entertainment Tapis. on the The Tea Circle of young Ths Registration books will close October 25th. PUBLIC SPEAKING. Married. Miss Josie S. Seeman and Mr. Edgar Thompson were married yesterday af ternoon at 5 o'clock, at the residence of the bride, Rev. J. L. White officiating. It was a very quiet home wedding on ac count of sickness of the bride's mother, only a f aw of their most intimate friends being present. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson left on the O. & C. train for WaVa For. Mr. E. O. Beddingfield, Secretary of est where thev will snend Rfivftral iav vuo oiftw 4xuim;cif mu ttuuicsa tuu UCO- nau relatives Ot me STnom llnr-hom . ... . t-. O pie at me ionowing limes ana places: oun. Sanford, Friday, Oct. 3d. Winston-Salem, Saturday, Oct. 4th. The Chronicle hopes that every Alii anceman in Moore and Forsyth counties, and every voter not in the Alliance will turn out and give the young and able speaker a large audience. They will be amply repaid. ladies of the Whatsoever King's Daughters of the city, are now hard at work preparing an entertainment for Friday night of Fair week. An extremely ridiculous farce, in which Mr. James Anderson figures con spicuously, will be perhaps the feature of the evening. But a feast for eye and cai iu a auLumiue xaoieau ana song is also a part of the programme. The pro ceedings will be equally divided between the Hospital and the very poor of the city. Your patronage is earnestly solic ited. The Hospital is in great need of funds owing to the fact that the Soldier's Home now engrosses public attention Let us not lose this opportunity of secur ing for ourselves an evening's pleasant entertainment, while rendering assist ance to tne unfortunates to whom the winter brings many hardships. Supreme Court. Register to-day. The following business was transacted yesterday: Hinton vs. Pritchard, from Hertford; argued by Grandy & Aydlett for defendant. fetokes vs. Railroad, from Chowan; submitted on brief. The Prize Winners Last Night. A 1 . . l larger crowd tnan ever was out to attend Tennyson and Dawson's Gift Carnival last night. The show is grow ing in favor. The leading prizes were: A hand some parlor lamp, drawn by J. T. Rasran Oxford; chamber set drawn by Amanda uunston; aozen china cups and saucers arawn Dy uaniel Partm. rrs 1 ine great cremation act by Prof iuorpnet was unavoidably nnstnrmprl last night and-will be given this evening. . .iu5 suDjecu win De Durnea to I asnes. Dress Goods and Trimmings. We know that our stock this Fall is the largest and the assortment better than we have ever shown before. These goods were bought and paid for and we have best suited to oeiore any rise m prices, he textures and styles our home trade. The display of Dress goods and Trim mings is excelled bv no house. W. H. & K. S. Tucker & Co. Auction Sale!. To-night, at 8 o'clock 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, Clothine. Pants. Coats. Vests, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks and valises, Shoes, Boots, Hats and Caps. V. G. Separk. Smith & Woollcott, Trustees. Sep26-4w We Don't Pretend to Say That we have more cloaks than all the rest of the merchants in the citv com bined, and we don't say that our cloaks are the very finest goods that were ever shown in Kaleigh; nor do we say that we have tne lowest priced goods vou ever saw. vv hat we do say. and vou can see them when you come to the store, is that we have about 300 Ladies' and Misses' cloaks and wraps. You find all the latest styles in the lot, and we say that we sell these cloaks for as little money as any house in the United States can sell first-class goods. Now we know that you have seen so many statements similar to the above that you hardly know whether it is true or not. We have the goods for you to examine when you please. We shall sell a great many more than we now have; and that vou may have the opportunity of selecting trom the lot we call your attention to them at this time. Swindell. In order to test the comparative ! merits of the various newspaper ad : yertising 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 : L? Prentedattime of vvtwe, turner in person or Tw Swindell. You ''it-, bavft .. .. , neighbors talk ' y,Jf ?. yourself be on 0) from personal t-v.t Jle -J a thing it is. ,?;- : you are one of jf. r': -e,:-cause the won.w . that when once u-1 , ' New Discoverv aX r'- m the house. If vou f and should 1 cold or any Threat " trouble, secure a h0rtL it a fair trial. it ; -time, or monev refi?r free at John Y. Mcii UV': 1 VOL Don't postpone E VEH to-day. 33errtal off Appear! ion A a treet Pi atters. rhe Boai monthll Ik3 odftd Wl rv Juried, , pt)r - ra mble ce: JUUg il Or, v be vices to the citizen of 'v, generally. ' '"!! Office over The Norn- u Fayetteville tttrc-t-t. HAVE it 2,S imizing llsboro rds of e work eet wo A r Lead ' eepers. uld aff SINGLE To your own intert;t wl - v neetl Clothing, Hats, $hots By consulting on Mis ?et cot ke a next t f Vtn e. su that ! chase i JfC' lief ca -T.y now i com pi 1 the a Jayor special thod f ;ted a th tha n, in tho ci a bri rr -x -m--w . -lUUlv AND PPJ.L the Before buvin- t; We guarantee to save y. Goods everv (eag 6'.V ;..-. ,1 4 it.:.- the d.iv )perr 1 CU5 jLUnJCfiO OcffATTFX nc'.e 'oup; o- m id CU 1'hat ht" t boa :t of .ctt NO DINNEI ,ra V act e lig Dlarr IS COMPLETE WITliOLT; dpi was apk Falrbankn9 Caimiu::Cuce Lion J5n I Extr CI: i ? mC SOUPS, CnifKEX, MOCK I! U HI -Soli and ide MUIjLINATA VN I V. 0 1 spi HALF GALLON OF V.rge sour ity 25c LUBIG'S EXTRACT Ol MB This genuine Extract of !'.:' '- mended by all prominent !) -. most btreiigthemng drink f -r i: Vi. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, 111., October 2 Wheat opened usher: corn opened dull and steady: oats openea auu ana unchanged; provisions opened very ami ana neavy. vjiosmgs: WHEAT October 9G; December 99. CORN October 47; December 48. OATS October 38; December 38. LAUD October 9.1:0: December 9.25(2) 9.273. POKK. May 12.2512.2G. EIBS October 5.22K; May 0.07- New York Produce Market. FLOUR Closed quiet and in buyers' favnr uu Hiauco tspxmg .ou((3.zd : ao. winter o(.do; supernne spring 3.15Q3.75; do. winter 3.3o(a3.85; Southern llour steady; trade and family extras 4.00(5 5.25. iiYiiJsaA-iosea auil and higher; snot October 1.01 V. y2' u CORN Closed dull, weak and lower: fmot OATS Closed quiet and steady: soot aalea t. . . ; jo. x ' rk . r . imo. i wmMj xxo. z mixea uctober 43z PORK Closed dull; mess 11.5G12.25. LiARJD Closed active and irreeular: Ortn- o u tt Ax4 xvenneu nrm and fairly art.ivA. tui ttuvA w uouou i.w, powaered 6s granulated 6. " COJ!'lfcii!i-Closed steady: fair Rio errn0 OAS e -SMOKED ,t at tt Rl Tl CO! A in Broiiina- beets 5 to 8 lb. 15c 11 CALlFOitNI A - 10c lb. re ia .at e 1 :t Smoked Ox Ton 1! C 1 1G 2- NEW CKOV Porto Rico, Fancy Ponce O Orleans MOLASSE - ) J 2 WHITE ROCK CANDY SV' 1 i Nashville Produce Market. WHEAT-Closed dull: No. 9 ra ter 1.03. CORN Southern milling 57. win- in fair demand; white NEW Crosse & Blackwcir? Jelly TaJief Naval Stores. hirpentine closed steady to-dav at 36 V. Rosin farm; strained 90 ; good strained U Tar , Jr vraue mrpentine firm: b 1.20; yellow dip 1.90; virgin 1.90. x.w xujiK., uciooer a The market for tuipeuuuo is nrmer; uid Dominicna v2 aCu, uiitcnuie ojkc asKed; stock spirits Chaeleston, S. C. TO ARRIVE THIS WKKK NEW Buckwheat Maccaron. EDAM AND PINEAl i I ' turpentine firm at strained 1.12. October 2. KniHa ou4. xvosin quiet, good 11.25 Cincinnati Produce Market. ii itegular 10-25; Jamity 11 olya . LARD Kettle-dried G6. BACON Short clear sides 792G 40 LAYER AND SEED1- mail. goods on the basis of 1.13 per gallon for hilh SARATOGA CHIPS. CODF1: Bucklen's Arnica Salve. W. C. & A. B. STRONAb The Best Salve in the world for Cuts ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands Chil u.uius, rns, and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles qmred It is guaranteed 'to give mrfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prk 2lb0 ForsalebyJohnY! GROCERS AND CANDV 31 A1 FACTURERS. LUCIL-E- Fancy Roller Tatent Vr FLOTJ B Wrongest, Sweetest. Cnear AuA 1