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STATE CHBOKT013B, TUESDAY, NOVEltBER 25.
KALEIOH IN BRIEF. '4' '',M'"'M""M'""'"MM"MM"""'T cr ' ' " ' --x 1 ' LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND THE CAPITAL. Rhnrt Ttnmonf News Gathered on the Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. Now for transportation by electricity. Booties' Biby is the theatrical attrac tion for to-night. Goldsboro has handled ten thousand bales of cotton this season. One new scholar was added to Central M. E. church Sunday-school last bun day. Ten penitentiary convicts were sent up to work on the Western North Carolina railroad yesterday. The big establishment of Woollcott & Son is putting in a beautiful holiday at tire. It is something worth seeing. Sheriff S. H. Manning and Deputy Sheriff Elder, of New Hanover, brought a number of convicts to the penitentiary yesterday. Prof. E, P. Moses, superintendent of the Raleigh graded schools, has opened an office in handsome apartments over Norris' dry goods store. That Bpendid musical organization, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, will b2 here on December 12th, and cot on the C:h as has been announced. Tho Chronicle ha3 been talking to a number of leading business men about the big exposition for 1801. Their views will be given in a few days. Some farmers who were in the city yesterday reported having completed gathering in their crops of cotton. This, however, seems to be the exception,, for many fields are still flaky white The upper portion of a lady's costume has been picked up on the street m front of the rectory of Christ Church. It is now with Dr. Marshall's family,, and the owner may have it by calling for it. D. A. Lane (col.), wh "has been su permtendent of the G?rdeld graded school (col ) in this city, has resigned the position and will accept an appoint ment under Coramissioner Eaum, in Washington, at a salary of $1,000 a year. The Governor yesterday received a letter from Senator Mat. Morgan, cf Alabama, accepting the invitation to at tend the Inter-State Immigration Con vention at Asheville on December 17th. The Senator says he will be present. Tremendous congregations attended the morning and evening services at the Baptist Tabernacle on Sunday last. The series of meetings which were begun there some weeks ago were resumed, in dications point to a good, warm and in teresting meeting. Two of the big business houses of the city have voluntarily and publicly an nounced that they will fully observe thanksgiving by a suspension of business ror the entire day. They are Messrs. vV. C. & A. B. Stronach, and D. T. Swiu dell. Anymore? Prof. Weatherly, of the A. and M. College, has invented a most ingenious and complete device for running electric street railway cars by means of under ground electric current. It is apparently, one of the best achievements of the age in the matter of safe local transporta tion. The Governor's Guard is in a lively way. The company is growing in num bers, and the new life getting into it is workiug up an immense interest. Tbe Guard is now the best and most com pletely equipped company in the State. Capt. Stark Batchelor is waking the boys. He marched them all oner town lost night. Last Sunday was the opening day of a protracted meeting which is being con ducted at the First Presbyterian Church by Rev. Dr. Morton, evangelist of the State Synod. Very large congregations attended both morning and evening ser vices. Meetings will be held every day during the week at 4 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Everybody has a cordial invita tion to be present. The Sfanday next before Advent being CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. VALUABLK SUGGESTIONSTO THE RALEIGH SCHOOL BOARD. C'Q.MING AND GOING. Some oi The Folk9 Yon Know and Their Doings. C. A, Cook, Esq., of Warren ton is here. CoU F. A. Olds returned from Wil mington yesterday. Judge Jas. C. McRae passed through the city on Sunday. R B. Peebles, Erq., of Northampton county is in the city. W. A. Dunn, of Scotland N.ck, is registered at the Yarboro. Ho'j. C. M. Stedman, of Wilmington, was in the city yesterday. Geo. P. Hart, Esq., editor of the Southern Democrat, is in the city. Mrs. Rev. W. C. Norman, of Winston, is here visiting Mrs. Jos. G. Brown, on HAllsboro street. Judge Augustus Seymour arrived in the city Yesterday and will open the Federal district court to-day. Prnf n T MoTfor lff fnr G-Mah rn on Sunday, and will conduce the Wayne isolation of a patient who has had scarlet county teachers' institute there this fever, no matter how mild the case may wppjj- I uavc uccu. ii win uitcLici w muie iuiu lorry aays tnan mar, lengcn oi time, or iur, jonn urate, memoer eied, ot tne ess, before desquamation is complete liousa oi representatives, rrom -age- The hands are, as a rule, the last part o CDE&be county, is in the city attending lhe u0iv to desonamate or for the skin SPECIAL NOTICES. Dr. P. E. Hines Gives His Own Views and the Rules of the Paris Academy of Medicine. Special Cor. Stats Chronicle. Mr. Editor: Yon r invitation to ev- ery one, wno coma suggest anytning ior the bsnefit of this city and its improve ment, or the welfare off our citizens, to wrile for your paper, is my reason for offering: to trespass on your time and space. I would respectfully call the attention of the public school committee and the principals of all cur schools to the rec ommendations of the Academy of Medi cine of Paris, as to the government of cases of contagious diseaies. I can say, after an experience of thirty eight years, and with the very best op portunity for observation, that forty days is not too long, if long enough, for the the Federal court, Mis3 Helen Wilcox, of Warrenton, N. O., arrived in tho city yesterday, and is the guest of Mrs. J. J. Thomas, 126 North McDowell street. Gen. E. M. Cooke, ex Governor of Colorado, and ex United States Mia li ter to the Sandwich Islands, is m tne city. He is stopping at theYarb3ro. Dr. a. v. Jacobs, wno is to superin tend the construction of the Rileih Electric Street Railway system, arrived iq the city yesterday with his famil.y. The Doctor spent most of the day look- lrg around for a house. Raleigh is to be his future home. A small lo Hughes' prices. of c'lina toilet sets at to bd closed out at reduced If there is any one thing that is con ducted and looked ?fter with the great- flora ami iirt!S!on m lvileigc. It IS CO L, A. - f - - - he nresenptiOQ department or lviag and McGee's very handsome and popu lar drugstore. Those young gentlemen seem to leave nothing uuaori9 to mase and ketp up a pharmacy that will pre sent everything that can be asked m tne way of drugs, nne pharmaceutical wors, fancy and toilet articles &3 , &x . m There is the picture of a bird in this paper that will nuk you thick of a glorions Thanksgiving ; i; ner. Look at it. The bird stands u vet- tbe advertise ment of Messrs. Whiting Bros., who conduct the popular clothing house in this city, and whose trade and patronage have been so good thi3 year tnat iney are coins? to celebrate Thanksgiving in srand style. You ought to go in that store this week. There is something new to see in there. and a bidding up of a few of the leading shocks, notably Missouri Pacific and the Villards. Under rlr-ir lead prices grad ually advanced and by 1 o'clock ih ? early decline had bren almo-t wtoily iecovpred, prices txriog with in a fraction of thos of Saturday. Mocpv wss easy in London to-day, and a late cable announced that the Bank of E gland had gained 1,058,- 000 on balance to day. The market was very strong throughout the afternoon. In fact, the market has seldom nad a greater upward reaction than it did to day from the low prices current at 11:30. There was a heavy buying of St. Paul, Lousville, Rock Island, Atchi son and Northern Pacific preferred. The upward movement was due in part to the easy money both here and abroad, the announcement that railroad rates between Chicago and the seaboard were all advanced to-day, and reports with regard to the success of a movement to get all the roads west cf Chicago to join a new ironclad agreement to advance and maintain rates. The closing prices were the best of the day, and rallied from i to 3 per cent, higher than Satur day. The total sales were 102,890 shares. BREAKFAST A lion. John D. Bellamv. Damocra ;ic State Senator elect from New Hanover and Pender counties, arrived in the city yesterday afternoon. Mr. Marsden B si lamy also cunii in, and both will appear in important cases in the Unued States court here this week. R. B Gienn, E n , of Winston, and R. A. Doughton, R-q., of Alleghany, axe in the city attending the Supreme Cou rt. They are two of Piedmont s most popu lar young Democrats. Mr. Doughs n has been re-elected for the third time to the House, and will be a strong cand.i date for Speaker. Among the arrivals at the Yarboro House were: A. D. Pender, Enfield; J. L. Patterson, Winston; L. W. Barnes, Henderson; W. M. York, Nash coun tyjW.Y. Parker,Warrenton;A.F. Marti u, Uonwayr J. u. Gardner, Sol Williams, Jr., Warren county; Faison Calvert,T;tr- boro: E. L. Hunter, Enfield; W. S. Har rison, Medoc; Willis Bagley, J. E. Bux ton,. Jackson; S. M. Manning, D. ill Williams, Dr. Thomas S. Burbank, W il- mington. ROLLS OF SOLACE. body to desquam; to peel off. It is not certain, but generally be lieved, that a person who has had scar- et fever can give it or communicate it to other persons uutil after complete des quamation has taken place. The Acade my of Medicine of Paris is one of the most learned associations of medical men in the world, and all objects relating to the public health is referred to u by the French government. P. E. Hines, M. D. RULES IX THE PARIS PUBLIC SCHOOLS. The Academy of Medicine cf Paris; France, recommended the following rules for the regulation of the public schools of Paris in regard to the preven tion of epidemic diseases in 18S2: 1. Pupils affected with chicken-pox, small pox, scarlet fever, measles, mumps, or dipthena should be strictly isolated from their comrades. 2. For small-pox, scarlet fever, meas les and diptheria, isolation should not b3 shorter than forty (40) days; for chicken pox and mumps, twenty hve (2 ) days are enough 3. Isolation should last until after the pa'ient has been bathed 4 The clothing worn by the patient at the time he was taken sick should be subjected to a temperature of 90 deg. C (194 iahr ) and to sulphur vapor and then well scoured. 5. The bedding, curtains and furni ture of the sick room should be thor oughly disinfected, washed and dried. 6. The pupils of a school, after recov- t r . t- - BOXERS J -br.. r i Hi txira Shojk family 1 NL'-V Corn ft. C J Have You Bought Your Thauksgivin Turkey ? If you have, the next thing you want a a new bonnet or hat. Everybody wants anew hat for Thanksgiving day. Our milliner can trim you the prettiest and most toncains hat vou evr nad in a very abort time. Come and give your order, so she can have it for you by Thursday. A new cloak would be a nice thing to wear the same day, it it snonid u.tppen to be cool. If it s not real cold, a iur cape ana mun to rnaie.i wouiu ut i '.qq. If it should b:i real cold nd rainy. -d you don'c waut to wear your tst r?s, a long cloak vrouki coL.e in nic?. When you wear a long cloak it don r matter so mucu whether your dre?s is the best or not. We have any cloak you might want, no matter whether it's long or short, or furs or anything else in the wrap line, we have them to suit you, and the prices are jint lovely. Eidi xs, unle-s you see our wraps before you buy, you do yourself an ir justice. Don t do it. bWIS'DELL The City Cotton Market. Kaleioh, N. C, Nov. 24 5 v. M. Middling 9g9K i Si Good Strict Middling Middling Strict Low Middling Low Middling Market weik. t 7 c7e MI LI, 1 r- - ".i t;. W. G. & A, bst- Fine Butter At this season and for some months to come, ulioice 2sorinern creamery DU ier is at its best. We keep always the bes that money can buy, abd mark prices down to the lowest passible point, fol lowing the market. Also Cioverdale Creamery Butter in one pound prints. fresh from the churn three times a week, and perfect in all respects. Eberhardt ic Pescud. Baltimore Produce Market. Cotton closed nominal. Middling uplands 9 7-10. fLOUR Fairly active, steady: Howard St. and Western super 3 C03.in; do. do extra 3.60(4 1.30; do. do. family 4.505.H..; city mills iiio bran J.s extra 5 005 20; winter wheat patent 5.25(g5 40; sprn g d j 5 30 50; do. do stiaight 0.iC55 -3-: lo do. extra 4 3j(jJ 4 50. VH EAT Southern fca; ce ad stadv; Ftiltz J2,JT; LonLerry li3'J7: Western firm and higher; No. 2 red winter November 905'. (jO;tNT Southeni stead-; new active and sea 1y; whi'e, o.d 65; new 5-(456; yellow, old G33-55; new51(g55; Western firmer; mixed soot and November 5S3a- "OATS -Closed firm; ungraded Southern and Ptnnsjlva.ua 49g51; d Western white -iO(51; do. do. mixed 49(o,"A'; graded 2so. 2 white 5051. RYS Closed dull; prime to choice 76(377 PltOVIsiONS Closed firm ; mess pork U 50 12X0; bulk mtats, loo3e shoulders 5; lung clear ?; ciear rib bides 6; eu gar pickled f houldtrs susar-cured omok rd snonlders 1; hams, 10gll as t j sizes. LAKD F.eSnea 1. COFFEE Closed quiet; J air lUo car goes 19. SUGAK Closed steady; granulated GC. WHISKEY- Firm and active at 1 20. Baltimore Bond Market. Balttmobe, Md., November 24. Virginia threes Gi(R06. GR KEN AND ,.;.. t, ? - ' CATAWBA AX!, MALA, -BEX DAY THE V0KLUS C0MMEKCE. New York, November 24 Hubbard, Price Ar Company -Mebcrs. in their cotton circular to-nieht sav: "The ery irom any or tne aoove contagious Liverpool market this morning failed to diseases, should not ba readmitted to tbe school until furnished with the certifi cate of a physician that the above pre cautions have been observed "Booties' Baby" at the Opera House. A New Cigar Factory in Already in Operation the CityIt is And is an Ina- Bootles' Baby will be played at Met ropolitan hall to-night. The Spring- Stock Exchange, the market looked de respond to our improvement cf Satur day at noon. The prices were a shade below the final figures of last week. This market, at the opening, was weak at a decline of lo points in near posi tions; and at oie time, under the an nouncement of , ;e death of August Bel mont, and an important failure on the New York Produce Market. FLOUR Closed steady; fine grades epriDg 2. 75(3 25; Southern Hour closed firm; trade and lamilv extras 3 035.00. WHEAT Closed firm ; No. 2 red winter LOo; do. November 1(J4. CORN Closed firm; spot sales No. 2 mixed i0; No. 2 mixed November f0. OATS Closed steadv; spot sales No. 1 .vhite 54; No. 2 mixed December 50. FORK Dull; mess 11.0012.00 for new. LARD-Closed irregular; November 6.36. SUGAR Refined closed quiet; ut loaf and crushed . curl uiosea eteaay ; lair iuo car goes 20. portant ment. and Interesting Establish- Raleigh has a new cigar factory in op eration. It occupies the upper floors of the Andrews building, with its main en trance on Wilmington street. The fac tory is owned by Mr. W. O. Robertson, of Moore county, and the superintendent is Mr. W. A. Sutton. A number of experienced and expert cigar makers are now busily engaged there in making up many little rolls of solace from the fragrant weed. Noth- ing Dili nanc-maae goods will come from the factory, and it will put out high-grade cigars only. A visit to the factory held Republican siys: Play-goers who object to the infant drama in any form Ttrill of rnra Hranr f Kn linn 4lJ-vr-f!,0 Baby," which was greeted by a good- sized audience at the Opera house last evening; while those who are not dis pleased with the stage presence of mere children wul find considerable to eniov in the production. Ihe child parts are prominent through four acts, the lapse or nve years comins convenient v be- C7 J tween acts one and two sinca the tod dler in act one is supposed to be vet a baby. Little Josephine Arthur, whose name appears on the play bill in type as large as that of the stars, Mr. btet- son aad Miss Nannie M. Ingbam. as sumes the role of Booties' B.iby durmg the remainder of the play. cidedly weak. As, however, the South ern markets did not give evidence of weakness, and values on the Stock Ex change continued to improve despite the unfavorable news above referred to, a reaction of about 3 to 4 points was effected in cotton, the ciose being steady." Receipts at the ports to day were esti mated at 45,000 bales, against 40,535 bales last week, and 56;024 bales last year. Spot lots closed firm at unchanged prices; middling uplands 9 7-16; sales 1032 bales. Total salts in futures to-day were 75,000 bales. Futures closed steady as follows: ed is interesting. it is wonder fal to see how deftlv and uniouelv Concerning her it mar be said that her the tobaccos are rolled up in neat com- Ilnes appeared to b3 well committed, pact shape. A table, a flat plate, a while her action was quite as natural knife, the tobacco and tbe cigar ma- and artistic as that of many other stage ker is folly equipped for business. children. The story concerns a secret Nothiner hnt tho hasr. an.1 hirrhpsf. marriage between thft villain and hprn- tne lasun the church calendar, services grades of tobacco go into the factory, ine, which antedates the opening of tbe appruprmw w Uie ciose oi me ecciesias- and hence there is a soothing and re- play. Abandoned in the quarters of tical year were nid m the Roman Catho- freshing fragrance about the establish- Capt. Fenars, known familiarly as Boot nc ana u iu xpiscopai cnurcnes. At ment, Mr. Sutton, the affable and gen- lea, she becomes the pet child of the w. - w,. ju,. uuurei in. iuo iiemamv sunerininnftnr norma v in letniueui. uer narentaore rpmaininc a vites-eyerybody to call there and seethe mistery until revealed bv the unfolding preached an impressive sermon from the operations of the factory. of the drama. Her father proves to be tpt i. in iiiiiii (rnano -arnai n a i fi n j 1 1 in i t uu mere anu you will use it. iou will see a cigar made, and you will know that you can smoke it safely and with out risk, because you will see it made from pure Havana of the richest flavor, and will sie it made neatly. Light one of them; and as the blue and fragrant smoke curls upward and around you in November December. January . February . March Auril Slav une Julv August . . text m de. Juan gospel: "tiatner up the fragments that remain that nothing be lost." Rev. Mr. Clark at the Church of the Good Shepherd chose for his text the same worsiaken from thet spe'a fc r the day, and very large congregation listened with .attentive interest to a ser mon characterized by his usual fervor and earnestness. of the regiment and yourg woman whom A Small Fire, Sunday morning about 11 o'clock a dwelling house about one and a half milea southeast of the city, was totally destroyed by fire. The house was occu pied by a colored man rjamed Robt. Sat terwbite. All of the family except Sat terwhite were absent twin home. He made a fire and went to a spring for water. On returning hg found the house in flames, which he w'as unable to sub due. W. II. Si It. S. TUCKER & CO. The Clmrity Ball. one of the officers her mother the honest Booties has learned to love. The villain is ounortunelv thrown from his horse in a running race- and trie end of a miserable existence opens a vista of turn inuess ior .Dooues ana tne remaining parent, wnoso relation to the child. graceful wreaths and fantastic shapes, however, is not announced until late in you will see in your soothed and tne last act. solaced mind's eye the materializa tion of all yo-.ir fondest dreams and am bitions; and o see them thus is to enjoy them in the Liost comforting and happy tumess. Such is the delightful work and influ ence of Raleigh s new cigars. They will be put on the market soon, and their rich fragrance and excellence of flavor will irresistibly commend them, at.l rapidly gam for them a wide and p? manent demand. A Beautiful Sight, Messrs. Alfred Williams & Uo., ac cording to promise, make to-day the fitt display of their line of Holi- Fnneral. The funeral of little Cornelia, the five yen- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Thomp son. wa3 held from t.hp residence on la3t Sunday afternoon at three o'clock. Rsv. Dr. J. S. Watkins conducted the services. There was a rich profusion of ths choicest and sweet est floral offerings from the many little friends, and grown no friends as wp!1 had left, them. cf ili Utile girl who The pall bearers were Messrs. Cowan, Ed. A. Jones, Jno. Y and Dr. Jno. H. London. H. M. McRae Just in bv Ex nrpss. a now Int. nf tho a day coods. Every market in the bright, flowered cotton stuffs for cos world has been drawn upon for tumes for the Ball. their newest and most boautiful For tbe presont we are showing these things for the season, and their store i.s just at tne uayetteville St. entrance. W. H. k 11. S. Tucker & Co. Rev. Dr. W. II. Bobbin Dead. Wake County Teachers' Institute. Wake Couraty Teachers' Institute will be held herje next week, beginning on Monday. Itjp will be conducted by Prof. E. A. Alderman. These county insti tutes are resulting in some grand work along edutational lines in the State. The Chronicle will tell about the insti tute more fully as the time for it draws nearer. Weather Report. Raleign yesterday: Maximum temper ature CO;) minimum temperature 34; rain fall, o.ogP WashJington, D. C, Nov. 24. Fore cast for Virginia: Fair weather; slightly warmer; southerly winds. For North Carolina: Fair; slightly 1 1 i l A warmer; souioen wiuua, Rev, Dr. William Hilliard Bobbitr one of the most prominent and influen- now truly a charming place. We believe tial divines of the North Carolina confer mat aujf fwsou wuoeipeuis 10 maito a ence, aiea at ine residence of hi Christmas present can i find at this place 80n.in.law Rev. C. W. Byrd in Tnat nrnaf is nranran ar. I ncrou r nrinaa anil I n J 1 iu ir:jr:::7 on .turday the 22nd insc. ne was agea sixiy-nve years. He was an active and effective worker in his cnurcn, and nas acted as Presiding Elder, representing nearly every district in tne oiaie. to suit almost any purse. Death ol Mrs. W. ii. Allen. Many people in Raleigh were sad dened yesterday by the announcement that Mrs. W. G. Allen died during the morning at her residence in House's Creek township, six miles from Raleigh. She was a woman of many excellent qualities, and her friends were legion. The funeral services will be . held from the residence to day. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. Chlldrens' Dresses. 1 beautiful line of child rens' made-up suits, in the very latest design3j and the most fashionable material. Prices very low for the class of goods W. H. & R. 8. Tucker & Co. New Advertisement. Whiting Bros. Ah, There ! J. M. Bronghton For Bent. Pce Jfc Holding Sale ot Real Ejtate. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the worhl fnr Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fe yer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chil D-ams, corns, and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles, or no pay re Huiia. i0 guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded Price M CBPr Fr by John T- 28-29 30-31 11-42 50-51 57-53 6G-67 71-75 82- 83 90-01 93-yti Chicago Produce Market. Chicago. 111., Iov. 21. Wheat opened weak, corn opened strong. Uats ope strong. Provisions opened firm. Closings: WHEAT December 95; May 1.02. cOBi November o; December 53: Mav oo CATS Mav 16K PORK December 9.00: Mav 12 20. LAUD December 5.95; Mav 6 75. BIBS December 5.37K; May 6.175;. Naval Stores. JSew Ioek, Nov. 24 The stocks to-dav were as follows: Rosin, 19.580 barrels; turpen tine, 1,3:0 barrels; tar, l.Obarrels. Spirits lurpenune steamer at jih cento ior re"n ' iur uiacaine uarreis. Kosm is in aemand at lull prices. We quo?e: Com mon 1.45; good strained 1 50. Welmtnqto:, N. U., November 24 Spirits raroenune sieaay ai dov Kosin firm; strain eai.iu;gooa ao. l.io. Tar firm 1.5-5. Crude liirpennne hrm; hard 1.20; yellow dip 1.90 Corn firm; white 68; yellow 66. Charleston, fc. C, November 24 Spirits lurpeuuue uriu ai aoy. tosm c!osed quiet FLORIDA 0 ohaii: BLACK AN" ) - -X Des?ert. C MAUga Loose -- fiEl .T. at 1 ri ft id ai ! ) Eleiiic Fir, i CKACKEUS AM) In fir-a: " -.- SIU jN BAK EF en It jii. ;:ert 2aiU ,Ull tot' m CIQV- ;ver "r-ii. The Lauif ar-; Y IMXV-sPM suit' Cotton. City. Galveston, ortolk, Baltimore. 8 ston. Wilmington, Philadelphia 3s vannah. Nyw Orleans Mobile, Memphis, ' Augusta, ijouisville, rft. Louie, Sale 'Tone. 362 Steady 2620 Steidy ....iDuli . . . JFirm . . . i Quiet ....! Quiet 230 1 Dull 8000 Steadv 60JiEasv" 6200 ; Firm 3418, Steady .... jSteady 38001161 Mkt ;Rct-j Ex. I 9 3-8 !7-.)97! 4980 9 0-0 423' .... 9 3-8 43! .... 9 7-16 818; 50 8 7-8 1446-.... 10 0-0 13d! .... 8 3-4 7om1' 7013 9 3-16 1260 1 1601 9 1-16 3704 .... 9 13 '3! .... 9 0-0 224u .... 9 3-8 ... j ... . 9 1-16 2.65 .. Cincinnati Produce Market. POR Regular closed 9. 509.G23'; family LARD Kettle-dried 65262. BiCON Short clear Videe K35 30. WHISKEY Sales of 923 barrels finished goods on the basis of 114 per gallon for high wines. In Liverpool to-day spot cotton was steady; middling uplands 5 3-16J; sales 10.000 bales. Futures closed steady as follows: November 5 09 November and December 3 0809 Juary appetite, December and January 5 09 January and February 5 13 14 February and March 5 17 March and April Happy Ifoosiers. Wm. Timmons, Postmaster of lda ville, Ind., writes: ''E'ectric Bitters ha3 done more for me than all other medicines combined, for that bad feel ing arising from Kidney' and Liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer and stock man, of some place, says: ''Find Elec tric Bitters to be the best Kidney and Liver medicine; made me feel like a new man." J. W. Gardner, hardware mer chant, same town, says: Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all ran down and don't care whether he lives or dies; he found new strength oywI - 0 J JJVWVA just HKe ne had a new 'SB '.9 't ! Thanksu'ivn;?. t Thou Bird, t!.- i. eh ill adjourn af.-r gather around thy give you thank 1- r upon thy mt-nt i i lie fur a boui:ii'iiI ; and felt lease on life. Only 50c. a John Y. MacR's Dru: Store bottle, at 7 if ROR Opera House. ONE NIGHT ONLY TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 25. The Society Event of the Season. First Pro duction here of the Madison Square Theatre success, BOOTLES' BABY. One hundred nights at the' Madison Square Theatre, N. Y.; 300 nights at' the Globe Thea tre, London, vith a Madison Square Com. pany, including the charming child actress, LITTLE JOSEPHINE ARTHUR. PRICES : 25, 50 AND 75 C TS. Peserved seats at MacRae'a Drug Store nov23.tf New York Money Market. Few York, Nov. 24 Monev closed easv at 4 percent. Exchange closed steadv; pouted rates 4.80(24.87: actual rates A.19ur 4 80 lor 60 days and 4.864.86 for de mand. Governments clot-ed steady ; cur rency eixes 112 bid; fours (coupons) 12J bid; lour-and-a-haifs (coupons) 104 bid. 1 he financial world was startled this mcrning by the announcement of the death of Banker Belmont, and before the opening of the exchange it was the sole tojuc of conversation. The death of that prominent financier created no uneasiness, however, as it wes well known that the interests of the houses in the street were fully protected. When the exchange opened, prices were feverish and irregular. During the first half hour values fluctuated frequently. At 11:30 the exchange was surprised by the announcement that Edward Brandon, No. 2 Wall street, a well-known broker, had suspended. This caused some little excitement and quite a vig orous soiling, coupled with the selling of a considerable amount of stock under the l ule, caused prices to decline rapidly. At 11:30 o'clock va'lues were 1 2 to 4 1 2 percent, below the closing figures of Saturday. The greatest weak ness was in Oregon improvement, Jersey Central and Rock Island. The failure of Mr. Brandon caused much regret. He was one of the oldest and most highly respected members of the exchange, hav ing been admitted to membership as far back a3 1852. He at one time served as JAMES DINWTnTITT? TT A Toward midnight there was a steadier (University of Virginia) Pbincipal, iceiing, aue cnieny to supporting orders 1 fl.w.tf Raleigh, INSTITUTE, Raleigh, X. C. The 54th year of this old school, its 18th year at Raleigh, begins September 3d, IS90. Professor A. BAUMANff, who needs no commen dation anywhere in the South.will continue as Director of Music, and MiS3 E. G. Buck, whose repu tation is unsurpassed, will contin ue wj presme over the Art De partment. Every Teacher in the Faculty is a specialist in her department. Address: fiTr& rem piju'O : the very . fA W. 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