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a 1 .. Ji I 1 V 5 1 IT v ',1 1' 4 ,1 ; "' 1 ' ... t 1 1 : 1 l ' ! i 1 V. 1 i f ft I, i-i 4 I . I t M t i u J &&kdm&Lk, MljB3iA, jfAlftTABif J... , 1 'I-' " -w BIS Wifh' - . RALEIGH If? BKIEF, COftiLW AND GOING. Knot? and LOCT, IIAPPKtflfcGS IN AND AKOUMD Till: CAPITAL. Short Items of News Gathered on the Fly by the Chronicle's Reporters. Write it 1891. To day being a legal holiday the banks and State offices will be closed. The CimosiCLE wishes every single one of its natrons, a well as every body . T TkT T r else, a most nappy iiew iear. Mr. J. P. Williams, of Davidson Col lego, N. 0., was appointed a notary pub lic yesterday by the Governor. Gov. Fowlo began moving into the new mansion yesterday. Every thing is bein? placed in shape for its immediate occupancy. The grading will begin to-day of the streets through the Seawell property, the laying off of the streets having been done some time ago. The coupons on the bonds of the State Agricultural Society for the year 1889 will bo paid on presentation at the Citi zens National Bank January 1, 1S91. The tobacco firm of P. F. Faison & Co., has btea dissolved by mutual con sont. Mr. W. C. Moore, of this firm, hna ftHBoeiatfid himse f with the new firm of Phillip, Taylor & Co. Tho Sun Vapor street lamps, recently contracted for by the city, are now be- ini placed in position ready for use. These will bo in addition to the electric lights, and will light up many a dark corner. The W. K Womble Truck Company gave a delightful banquet at the Moseley House last night. All heartily enjoyed themselves, and the "wee sma' hours" were stealing on apace before all de parted for their homos. Colonel Polk has made Mr. Hal. W. Ayer his new secretary. Mr. Ayer is a llae young man with brain and back bone, and has for a long time been con nected with the llaleigh Chronicle, as city editor. Concord Standard. Tho nobbiest New Year card of the from of The Folks You Their Doiucs. Mr. W. R Trocrden is dovm Wilkesboro. Mr. Arthur Arringtcn passed through the city yesterday. Mr. Walter Parker has gone to Rich mond on a holiday trip. Mr. M. R. Kirkpatrick, of Davidson College, was here yesterday. Trof. Chas. E. Taylor, of Wake Forest College, was here yesterday. President J. F. Crowell, of Trinity College, was here yesterday. Mr. Geo. G. Shannanhouse, of Char lotte, is registered at the Yarboro. Miss Anna Crow returned yesterday after a pleasant visit to friends in Smith- field. Miss Minnie F. Bennett, of Pennsyl vania, is visiting Mrs. Dr. W. J. Haw kins. Mr. E. K. Bryan, Jr., and wife, of Charlotte, N. C, arrived in the city yes terday. Mr. Sherwood Higgs, representing Hurst, Parnell & Co., Baltimore, is in the city. Mrs. Hanna Enniss and children have gone to the country to spend a few days with relatives. Mr. Albert Kramer, of the city of Durham, is here shaking hands with his host of friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Scarborough came m yesterday afternoon from a pleasant viit to Selma, N. C. Mr. J. M. W. Hicks, of New York, who has been spending soma days in the city, has relumed home. Judge N. J. Ri.idick has returned to the city affer an ab.-enco of several days in the "State of Gates.'' Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hicks, of At er deen, who have been visiting relatives h&re, went home yesterday. Ex-Clerk McNeill, of Moore, was in the city yesterday and brought good news from tuat good county. Miss Bettio R ith returned from Gas ton ye -terday, where she has been spond- Early Closing of Stores. Tha following business houses, com- mencmg to-uay, win ciose tneir stores every eveniDg except Saturday, until 1st eptember, 1891, at 7 o'clock, p m.: Woollcott & Son. W. n. & R S. Tuoker & Co. McKimmon, Mostly & McGee. S. B. Norris. W. G. Separk. Miss M. Reese. I. Rosenthal. Mrs. E. Besson. Heller Bros. Miss Jnlia Woodward. Whiting Bros. SPECIAL, NOTICES. Lost. A flexible walking cane, with a top that looks like brass. It is made of leather with a small rod running through the centre. The finder will be rewarded. Leave at Chronicle office. Stockholders' Meetin A meeting of the stockholders of the Raleigh Savings Bank will be held at their Banking House. Monday, January 5th, 1891, at 12 o'clock. Jno. T. Pullen, Cash'r Raleigh Savings Bank. Dec. 31 3t. W. II. & 11. TUCIiER & CO. Fine Wraps. We haven't had as much cold weather as has been good for a lot of Fine Wraps. They must be sold. Please see what they are now offered at. W. H. Ac R. S. Tucker & Co. THE WORLD'S COMMEKCE. New York, December Si. Mesars. Hubbard, Price & uornpauy xu cotton circular to-night say : "A sur prise to all, is a terse description of our market to-uay, as "l,l-lu"uu"u - either direction have been frequent and violent. The opening aispiayeu canM nf Hollers, which created a aeciu f3lUWf ' e W. Hi S. TUCKER & CO. ?hoe Department. The b- :a-iXf?3, the lowest prices and variety so every one can be suited W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. to bring case of On Vt'antcu Bids on Juniper Poles, 28 to 35 feet long, 8 inches in diameter at the small end. Mail bids to F. P. Lewis, Raleigh, N. C. Poles to be delivered within the next twenty days. F. P. Lewis. dec23-20t. A Safe Investment. Is one which is guaranteed o.,fioonfnrv results, or in v u u Baiwivi-"'; a rAtnrn of ourooaso price. oaBv ffifilinff in the minds of thlt3 aafA nion vou can buy from our ad- CU1Y UUMJ O . -lUO I W ..I P T T " whn were looking for a decline in varf?Sad drucreist a bottle of Dr. King s prices under the influence of the heavy New discovery for Consumption. It 13 movement, which was vaguely known guaranteed to bring relief in every case, through estimates; and the buying de- when Bged for any affection of Throat, mand carried the market up quickly Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption, some 20 points on the near positions and inflamation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asth- 13 points on the distant. At the top it ma, whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. became evident that the exporters had Ifc is peasant and agreeable to taste, per- bid up the insi'le position for the pur- fectly an can always be depended nose of marketing their headges. On unon. Trial bottles free at John Y. this a scramble to sell ensued, under tne ifaQRatfa drugstore influence of the increasing movement at the ports and interior towns, which carried prices below yesterday's close. The decline, however, was considered too rapid and severe, and a better mar ket is expected on Friday, unless, in deed, the movement continues on the present scale." Receipts at the ports to day were esii mated at 37,000 bales, against 38,985 bales last week, and 17,813 bales the same week last year. Soot market is quiet at l-8a. advance in quotations; middling uplands 9 516; sales 26t bales. Transactions in futures to-day were 120,000 bales. Futures closed weak and lower, as fol lows: January 9 03-04 February 9 li 15 March 9 27-28 April 9 41-42 May t- 9 51-52 June.. , 3 61-62 juiv ....... 71-72 Is Also ot "Compliments ol the Season" very fine smoker, 25 in a box a "Live Indian," and other brands cigars. season was shown us yesterday. It con 8ist8 simply of four minature photo- iug the holidays with frit-nds. graphs on each corner of a neat card, with the words, "A Happy New Year," neatly printed diagonally across the cen ter. Tney were gotten up in this city. Rev. J. A. Cunninggim, D. D , the new Presiding Elder of the Raleigh Dis trict, preached at Edenton street Meth odist church last night. He has been warmly welcomed on this district and Col. A. M Hope, of Portsmouth, Va., is spending New Year with Mrs. Eliza Eliza L. Hope, near this city. Miss S. M. Kirkland, formerly a teacher at Peace Institute, but now of Clarksville, Va., is here on a visit to friends. Mr. Peter M. Wilson returned to Win- will quickly win his way to the hearts ston yesterday. It looks natural to see of all tho people of the charges he visits, him in Raleigh where he is universally The scarcity of prize-house room is esteemed being complained of by the tobacco men Mr. C. F. King, manager of a JJows ! of the city, and they consider this a Bureau in Charlotte, was in Raleign yes- irreat drawback to the tobacco interests, terday. He will be connected with tuc Raleigh, as a tobacco market, has been Atlanta Journal during lS'Jl At Eberhaudt & Pescup's VZ Cards, elegantly written. Black cards written in white. Give me an order and Bee AxiKust . ..... I Lemon Hot Drops. IiEJIOX ELIXIR. Its Wonderlul Eflect on the Liver, btomach, Bowels, Kidneys and Blood. Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir is a pleas ant lemon drink that positively cures all Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion, all Sick and Nervous Headaches, Kidney Diseases. Dizziness, Loss of appetite, Fevers, Chills, Palpitation of Heart, and all other diseases caused by disordered liver, stomach and kidneys, the first great cause of all fatal diseases. 50 cts. and $1 per bottle. Sold all druggists. Prepared only by H. Mozley, M. D., Atlanta, Ga. LEMON HOT DROPS. For coughs and colds, take Lemon Hot Dropa. For sore throat and Bronchitis, take Lemon Hot Drops. For pneumonia and Laryngetis take V -:o: 111 the comi,,,, pasfc year, e ;m; Yours to Co miiaiii, W. C. & A. B. STRov... EVERY . -:o: WE ARE HE-rjviN FRESH SUPPUES IN'- F"0 R G N A1 DOMESTIC FUciis Fane Orocerii COXFELTIOXE&I w. C. & A. b. ss: mm. 'J Hi September. take Cotton. City. Wil1 set yn All tha rae 1 how nice they are. G. P. JONES, Raleigh, N. C. desll-lm Galveston .. . Norfolk Baltimore .. . Boston Wilmington.. Phmdflphis, Savannah . . Now Orleans Mobile Memphis . . . Augusta . . . Louisville . . . St. Louis . . . Charleston . . Cincinnati . . Sale Tone Market. Hect. 1531 Firm 9 1-4 4791 1619 Firm 8 7-8 2738 .... Nom't 9 1-8 1500 .... Quiet 9 3-16 489 .... Firm 8 34 81 . . . Firm U '5-8 3712 2U5iFirm 8 1-2 5727 G25Q Firm 8 7-8 19013 800 Firm 8 3-4 2879 501 Steady 8 7-8 2033 551 Firm 9 0-0 337 .... Jfirm, 9 1-4 1300 steady 8 7-8 2703 2399 Firm 9 1-2 1229 il250 Quiet 9 1-8 U023 Exp. 49C4 1646 476 9680 173G7 4540 For consumption and Catarrh, Lemon Hot Drops. For Hemorrhage and all throat and lung disease, take Lemon Hot Drops. An elegant and reliable preparation. 25 cents, at druggists. Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley. Atlanta Ga. octlGThur&Sun till aprl Grocers, linkers mid Caud, v (j tunrs. till' 1 4 Stronach'sBab For Winter3Ioriiiugs. Buckwheat and Maple Syrup, choicest In Liverpool to-day spot cotton was Molasses and Breakfast Bacon, Broiling steady; middling uplands 5 3-16d; sales Beer, linear Butter, Coffees, Chocolates, 12.000 bales. Breakfast Tea and all other essentials for a well furnished table. Eberuardt & Pescud. on a boom all the fall, and will continue no during the present year. Now let us have more prize houses, larger prize houses and better prize houses. NEW YEAR'S DAY CALLING. The Young People Will Have a Gay Time of It. The young people will have a gay time of it this afternoon and evening. As far as tho Chronicle can obtain, the name3 of tho following ladies will receive, the hours, in the main being from 8:30 to 11 p. m. At Governor Fowles. Miss Helen Fowle, Miss Agnes Cotton, of Falkland, and Miss Mary Cordon. At Dr. E. T. Skinners home, Miss Skinner, Miss Mattie Fuller and Miss Helen McVea will receive. At Col. J. M. Hecks: Miss Fannie and Susie Heck, Mrs. B. G. Cowper, and Mrs. J. D. Boushall. At Mrs. Moffitts: Mrs. H. W. Jack eon, Mrs. Joscphus Daniels, Miss Belle Bagley, Miss Mamie Heartt of Durham and Miss E. McVea. At Maj. Jno. W. Hinsdales': Miss Margaret Hinsdale and Miss Mary Mac Kae, of Fayetteville. At Mrs. R. C. Badgers, Mis3 Mildred Badger and Miss Mablo Hale will be "at home" to oallers between the hours of 8 and 12 this evening. They will be assisted by Miss Emily Long of Weldon, Miss Maud Marshall, Miss Eliza Mar shall and Miss Alice Young. Miss Maggie Cowper and Miss Altie Gales will receive at the residence of Mrs. Pulaski Cowper, assisted by Misses miner anj uenson, o to rz p m. Mr. W. F. Hill, of Columbus, Ga., who at one time lived in this city, ana was assistant civil engineer in tho Bute Oyster purvey, is here, to the gratifica tion of his many friends. ' Col. L. L. Polk, President of the National Farmers' Alliance, who has been spending the holidays here with his family, returned to Washington City yesterday, accompanied bv Mr. Hal. W. Ayer, late of the Chronicle but now private secretary to Coi. Polk. Editor St. Clair, of tho Sauford Ex press, gave the Ciikonicle a welcome call yesterday. He has in a very short time wou a position among the half dozen ablest and brightest editors in the State. He not only has real ability; but he has with it brightness and aptitude as well. Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Black left yester day for Oxford, the place of their future residence. The Doctor goes to take charge of the Orphan Asylum as Super intendent. Mrs. Black was also elected as an officer in the institution. We are indeed sorry to have them leave us, for they have so endeared themselves to our people that we are loath to give them up. Oxford could not have a greater addi tion to her community than this much baloved couple. Reception at Dr. Hall's. W. II. & II. S. TUCKER & CO. Shoulder Capes. We are oii'enug some grand values in ar Shoulder Capes. Ai-k to be shown them. W. H. & H. S. Tucker & Co. Futures closed quiet and steady, as follows: December .' December and January 5 09 January January and February 5 09 February and March n lo March and April 5 19 April and May 5 2021 METROPOLITAN HALL. ONE WEEK, COMMENCING Monday, December 29tli, The Cosmopolitan Comedian, HARRY LINDLEY, Supported by a etronj; Company of 14 Artists, opening their engagement with the beautiful 3-act drama, entitled ROMANY RYE costumes MAGNIFICENT. Change of Play Nightly I Prices: 15, 25 and 30 Cents. at MacRae'a Drug (dec28-lw) PLAIN AND OAK j V i t I r ,1 5 Reserved seats for sale Store. WEDDINGS, Notice Notice! is hereby given that applica tion will be made to the General As sembly of the State of North Carolina at its n'. xt session to incorporate a company w.th power to do a general banking bus- miS3 at Kaieign, ana witn ait tne pow ers usually granted to such corpora tions. tf Personal. On January 1st we will remove our up town crlio.e to No. 107, Fayetteville stieer, next to the llaleigh Savings Bank. Our warenouse and coal and wood yard remains near the Central depot. Orders ror coal, wood, grain, forage &c, received at either nlace. Fayetteville street office, telephone 41; depo 'hcpi, telephone 71: liverv stable. " 7 telephone 'Jo. Jones & Powtelij. The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, Is.C, Dec. 31 -5p. m. Good Middling 9 Strict Middling 9 Middling 8 Strict Low Middling 8 Liow Middling fetains FOR RENT! -KOli PARTIS. 7i New York Money Market. New York, December 31. Money closed eaav at3 per cent.. Exchange closed eteadv; P"eted rates 4.804 S4; actual rates 4.78 V 4T8,' for sixty days, and 4.824 83 lor' de mand. Governments closed steady; currency sixes 109 bid; fours (coupons) 122 bid; four-and-a-half s (coupons) 103J. An 18 to 20-Horse Farm, on the railroad and river, in a mile of Rocky iYiount. Huitaoie tor Cotton, Tobacco. Tea- nut, nay, uiover, etc. Apply to W. C. TREVATIIAN, dec31-DAWtf. Rocky Mount, N. C. FUUN1SUED AT lit Orders from a 1 it j;hp Prom Filird. Y. c. & a. r. .Sf;tNAni Notice of Sale of Valuable Ileal Estate in Raleigh. Rev. Dr. Hall and wife will give a New Year's reception at their home, cor ner of Martin and Person streets, and take this opportunity of extending a most cordial invitation to all members of the Tabernacle church and friends, to Mrs. W. IX. Tucker will ba assisted by call any timo on Thursday from 10 Miss Sadie and Miss Bessie Tucker. o'clock a. m., until 10 o'clock p. m. Mrs. R. F. Hoke will be assisted by Miss Van Wyck, of Brooklyn. The Misses McPheeters, assisted by Miss Loftwich, of Baltimore, and Miss Ferebee Dewey, will receive from 8 to 11 p. m. at the residence of Mr. A. M. McPheeters. liitllo Lord Fount Leroy. Thi-s stories, one of the sweetest of modern received its first dramatic pre sentation in our city last evening. The lower portion of the house was tilled by the best of our citizans who were not slow to recognize the merits of this sto ry which teaches a moral full of ab- The Rev. J. D. Arnold, of Asheville sorbing interest. The principal ex ponent la little Mabel, who, Marriage This Afternoon. Female College, and Miss Nannie Clark, of this city are to be married at Edenton Street church in this city this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Arnold is a prominent minister iu the Methodist church. Miss Clark is a sister of Hon. Walter Clark, Associate Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. The a3 the iuve uile lord, is full of esprit humour, and tenderness, and peems to revel m h work. The whole dramatic force were at home in their respective roles. To uight Mr. Lindley appears for the first time here in a colored role, the play be ing founded on Carleton's poem of'Over the Hills to the Poor House," and th We are The Feople in Dress Goods. vVo have dress goods to suit and for the bopuuful, dress goods for the homely, Baltimore Produce Market. Cotton closed nominal. Middling up lands 9 3-16. aLOUft Fairly active, firm: Howard Street and Western super 3.003.4U; do. do extra 3.60(4.40; do. do. family 4.505.0C; city mills Kio brands extra 5.005.2?: winter wheat patent 5.0e5 50; spring do 5.205.40; do. do. straight 5.90(2.5.15: do. do. extra 4l20 4.40. WHEAT Southern closed firm and scarce; Fultz951.02; Longberry 981.02; Western firm; No. 2 red winter spot and December COtN Southern firm and higher; white By virtue of a decree of the Superior Court for the county of Wake, made at September term, 1890, in the ac ion e'. titled W. H. Holle man vs. Wm. Simpson and An ie G. Simpson, his wife, I will, on Monday, tbe 2d dxv of Feb ruary. 1H91, sell at public auction, at the court house door of said county of Wake, in the city of Raleigh, a lot of land situated on Dawson htreet, in sud city ot llaleigh, adjoining the iana oi tl. J. Uoodwin, the North Tarohna nanroad and others, beginning at a corner on unouu oucti, iuiis meucu west wnhJjmes Bonner's line 210 feet: thence south with the line ot said railroad 46 leet; thence east with me une oi saia liooawin and others 210 feet on Dawson street; thence with said street north 46 feet to the beginning, containing " "C, 1UUIH Of lt3H8 nnn aoirl Irtf 1 aress goods tor the young lady, dress ysi "owo4(8i; weaiemnrm; mix- located a good dwelling honee with modern good, for the old lady dress goods for olMJaWJS ea8ie6 ; ungraded car1" ' 8a g j the Klli, dress goods for the old maid. So ithern and Pennsylvania 4849; do Wes- tanl-td. 7-"' t I " vvmmicoiVliCl, .' are?a goods tor the brunett and dress goods for the blond, dress good3 for the rair ana dress goods for the sallow. dress goods for the fat and dress goods ior the trectUed, dress goods for the tall and dress goods for the short, dress goods for the slim and dress goods for th4 stout, dress goods for the sightless ana aress goods lor the toothless, dress goods for the auburn bead and dress goods for tbe ball, dress goods for the deaf and dress good3 for the dumb, dress goods for the one-eyd aud dress goods tor the cross -eyed, dress goods for the matron and dress sjooda for tbe maids. dress goods for the little ones and dress goods for the mama and any other kind ot dress goods not mentioned we will or i ir for you. Have we dress goods ? Well yes, rather ; and carpets also. Swindell. Notice. tern whu 4849; ecraded No. 2 white 48V. ilih Closed quiet; prime to choice S0(S 81. PROVI8IOX3 Closed auiet : mess nork old U 50; new 12 (0; bulk meats, loose shoul- aers a; long clear 6 ; clear rib sides 6: sugar-pickled shoulders 6; sugar-cured smok ed snoulders 7; hams, small 10; large 10. uv nu iiennea . COFFEE Closed quiet; fair Rio cargoes bUGAR Closed steady; granulated 6 3-16. WHISKEY Closed quiet at 1.211.24. Baltimore Bond Market. Baltimore, Md., December 31 Virginia ten-forties 32 bid: do. threes 6668. HI OAK CITY Steam Laundry, Ling out ihe o! i '. liingi a the ijt-w ! I 1)1. We have wrung 11 of our '. '. ' are bringing in the new. To arrive in a few dayr: 'S Women, Boys' and CluMn- 's ' kinds. Another lot'ot thore popul ;r, i:-':-' Overcoats, just received bj i-ipi--- New York Produce Market. FLOUR Southern flour closed firm and church will, no doubt, be crowded, and Southern press pronounces it a beautiful the ceremony will be one of great inter- and absorbing home picture. est to their many friends, all of whom are iovited; no cards, however, have been issued, it being understood that all will be at liberty to attend who may bo desire. Weather ileport. Reached the Top Notch. The matrimonial market for the year closed yesterday with the issuance of five licenses from the Register's office, northwesterly winds making in all eighty-one issued during on bunday. Raleigh yesterday: Maximum temper ature 50; minimum temperature 30; rain fall, 0.05 Forecast for Raleigh and vicinity: Warmer; threatening weather with rain at intervals; warm southerly winds; a very rapid fall in temperature may be expected 1 riday or Saturday with high Freezing weather the month of December thirty-five for whites and forty-six for colored couples. This is tho largest number of licenses ever issued in one month, and is due to the success of the late Democratic cam pain, good crops, plenty of money and bright prospects for the future. Reception at Dr. J. W. Carters. Rev. Dr. J. W. Carter and wife will give a New "Year's Reception at the par sonage to-day, beginning at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The reception will be given complimentary to the members of the First Baptist church, congregation and all friends who desire to call. Dr. Carter especially desires the presence of the children. Washington, Dec. 31. For Virginia, rain; southerly winds; warmer. For North Carolina, light rain; south erly winds; warmer. Special Notice. The regular monthly meeting of Ral eigh Commandery K. T., will be held to night at 7i o'clock sharp. Every mem ber is earnestly requested to attend, as officers will ba installed and otoer lm portant business will be transacted. Let every one who cau b3 present. New Adertieiuent. Woollcott Public W. H. Pace. Sale in Raleigh. & Son. Return Thanks to the of Valuable Real Estate Grand Lodge of N. O., A. F. & A. M. Office of Grand Secretary, Raleigh, N. 0., Dec 30fch, '90. The 104 Annual Communication of the Grjmk L dge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of North Carolina, -.vill held in the city of Raleigh, Tues- iy evening, Jauaary l3tu, 1891, com mencing at 7:30 o'clock. Transporta tion at the usual special rates has been secured over the railroads in this State. Tickets will be on sle January 12th and loth, good lor ten days in returning. Delegates and visitors coming over tho Atlantic and North Carolina railroad will purchase return tickets as far as Goldboro and there get return tickets from Goldsboro to Raleigh. The same rule applies to parties connecting from other roads with the Cape Fear and Yad kin Valley rauroad. Parties coming over the Norfolk Southern railroad, paying full fare to Plymouth, can procure return tickets from Plymouth to stations on said road at ou3 half the fir3t class fare. No spe cial rates could be obtained via Norfolk The Grand Secretary secures the best uncmnged; floe grades spring 2.653 25i do winter 2.903.&5; superfine spring 3.15 3.50: do. winter 3 253.65; southern flour closed steady; trade and family extras 4.0U 5.00. WHEAT Closed firm and higher; spot sales o. 2 red winter 1.06X01.07; spot sales No. 2 winter red January 1.05. CORN Closed dull but steady; spot sales So. 2 mixed 5960Y spot sales No. 2 ixiixea j anuary 5y- OA lb oiosed dull but firm: snot gales No I white 53: spot sales No. 2 mixed .1 annarv 50. ' PORK Closed dull; new mess 12.0012 50. LARD-Closed quiet; Januarv 6.26. SUGA.R- Refined closed lull ; cut loaf and crushed 6; powdered 6.18; granulated 5. 94. COFrEE-Spot closed steady: fair Rio our. goes 20. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, 111., Dec. 31. Wheat onened firm. Corn opened strong. Oats oDanfiri strong. Provisions opened active and higher. WHEA.T Uiosea January 89: May 99 July 93. , , CORN Uiosea January 4y; February 4; May 52. U ATS Closed January February 43. May io. PORK. uiosea January 10.52; Februarv 16.77K? May ll.Mf. LARD Closed January 5.90; Februarv 6.07K; May 6 50. RIBS Closed January 5.12K; February 5.30; May 5 80. Naval Stores. New York, Dec. 31. The stocks to-day were as follows: Rosin, 26,103 barrels; spirits rnrDenune. 3 098 barrels: t. arrangements possible and delegates and Spirits turpentine dull at 39 V cents for res-- visitors are requested to De carefnl in niars &naoi)i ior macmne barrels procuring their taking the cars. tickets at the point of Grand Secretary. dec 31-till jan 13. Roein is in moderate demand at about nn. haDged prices. We quote : Common 1.40- 1.75; win- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Outs, ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chil- b'ains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no nav r- quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisiaciion, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by John Y. H 1.95. 1 2.25; K 2.3o:M 2.70; N 3.60; aow glass 4.co ana rv v 4.0. VVrLsrrsoTON, si. C, December 31 Snirita turoentine firm at 35. Roein closed firm strained 1.15; good do. 1.20. Tar steady at 1.4o! Crude Turpentine firm: hard 1.20": velinw dip 1.90; virgin 1.90. Corn firm; white bo; yellow 61. Chaklestos, S. C, Decemb turpentine dull at35 good strained 1.15. r 31 Snirit Rosin closed quiet; RALEIGH, N. C. Established. 1888. Has a reputation for First-class Work all over tne country, it has gained its reputation by turning out the best work, and it will maintain the same by continuing in the good old-fashioned way. Good work, prompt de livery and the guarantee of satisfaction is the motto ior tne luture as m the past. Mr. hd a. aimer, tne emcient and obliging manager nr t i . ... .siy jjiiuuury is now located m the second story ot the Grimes Building, 216 Fayetteville auuei. iviy y noiesaie urocery and commis sion oueiness, to which I have added a full line of Improved Farming Implements, will occupy the first floor. lUJiLKUlUSThe Laundry makes a specialty of Collars, Cuffs (unlauncried), New or soiled Khirts for stock; and as for these, only the best finish is acceptable. It is prepared to give satisfaction in wnrk nn wall oa nr-ina The demand for Oak City Steam Laundry yvork comes from all quarters, and to meet it nave established agen les as follows: T. J. oiue;Lurnam u.; W.B.Allen, Winston-Salem; Kronheimer's Clothing Houe Oxford; John W. Purefoy, Henderson; W C McDuflie, Fayettaville; and desire to further establish agencies in every other town in North Carolina, and to that end invite cor respondence from parties in position to han dle the business satisfactorily. Address L. R. WYATT, Prop'r. r , . T 216 Fayetteville Street, lelephone No. 87. Raleigh, N. O (dec31-ly) CLOTHIERS SHATTERS 4f Sale of Jli al Estate in ' Creek Townliil' 19th nnMic fl"' 9- NOTICE. Under authority ol a certain , r. ,.,e.d ot aes,gnment, made to me by John O Morgan, dated Dec. 27, 1890, I offer for sale, at greatly reduced prices, the stock of goods now in the store heretofore ocenpied by him at No. 25 1 .Fayetteville street rMills H.Brown's old stand), consisting of Grocer ies Canned Gooda, Confectioneries, &c A eplendid lot of Store Fixtures at prices much below cost Persons in need of euch articles will do well to call at once. J. BROUGHTON, Tiuetee. dec30 lw. Nashville Produce Market. WHEAT Closed .quiet; No. 2 red winter 1.00. OBN Closed easy; white milling 3. RALEIGH DYE WORKS, D. W. C. Harris, Proprietor. .iSffg &nd P1?1 and renovation of clothing a specialty. Fast colors guaranteed and wai ranted not to smut. mSrod0ne Sy Jhe late8t devices and on the most approved plan. fa?tl0JM tein8J Plnrea. feathers, and, In mlda -d "HARRIS DYE WORKS," may IB MAETIN STREET, m718 Bieigh,N,0, On Mony. the 1891. I will ell at Court Ho be door in the c:.y -a tract ot land situa'e-1 ;n township, V.'ake Co.,adj-j'.n.r.4 J.D.Franks. Jones. Car.::: ... others, known a the lni.d.- r " ter, deceased. Said sale wu , pursuance of an order oi n.', Comt of Wake county, in s H r ing3, entitled A, I) Hmrera-heirs-at-law of Dolly Ir:"" which is a proceedic,: for rl ' nartition amon? the he:r-. i-; One-half cash: balance in t--with interest at s per Title reserved until purcL. paid. Time of sale T-i-'i-declS-tds. O For Sal- A LOT OF GOOD, URY lIb ' AtRobt. E. Fai'.iums decl9-lm INSTITUTE, Ka of thi lcl?h, Its ISth year at Kaie..,., a. September 3d, IS'dO. 1 dation anywhere m tne Dir.ECToi. of and Miss E. G. BrcK. c0 tation is unsurpas?ei, v;T t ue to preside over . le: -partment. Every JJ'jt 3 her department, JAMES DI'WID' ' (University of Virginia; - - 3I I a-w-tx Ci1"