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UALEKiH IN li i ni F. Indos. to Now Advertisements. D. T. Johnson Dessert Pe-cba. Swindell Grandest Kx mbit ever given In Raleigh. The Chronicle's Weather Kcnort. Forecast for Kaleiub. : Fair In forenoon, threatening with rain in afternoon, Sat urday and Sunday, much colder, tair. Haleigh yesterday : Maximum tempera ture, :!; minimum temperature, 4i : rain fall, 1.7s. Washington, .March 12. Forecast for Virginia and North Carolina: and South Carolina, rain; colder by Saturday: varia ble winds. EViNTsTF TO-DAY. Mrs. CicneralTorn Thumb at Metropoli tan Hall to-night. Galatea, the mystery, will be on exhibi tion at ell hours. RALEIGH NOTES. The News and Gossip In and Around the Capital. Gen. Chilton is confined to his room by sickness. Dr. J. B. Dunn, we are sorry to state, is ill with a severe attack of pneumonia. Depositions in tho Tarner-Rosenthal-Holden enit are still being taken before Justice liarbee. Gov. Fowlo has commissioned John J. L. Taylor, of Charlotte, 1st Lieutenant of the Charlotte Light Infantry (col). They do say that the lively sixteen made things rattle at the Governor's Guard's drum corps practice last night. Did you ever see the General himself ? Well, ho was a great fellow, but the old lady Thumb will show a good play at Metropolitan Hall to night. Gov. Fowle yesterday appointed Messrs. Julian A. Turner, of High Point; Scott Fillman, of Kockingham county, and W. i. James, of Buncombe county, notaries public. On Sunday, March 2'2d, Mr. Abe Ber wanger, formerly of the popular firm of Berwanger Bros., of this city, will be united in marriage to Miss Carrie Lyon, ti popular society youDg lady of Wash ington, D. C. The Chronicle's best wishes attend him. Citizens, this is the early spring, and now is tho time to adorn your front yards by the cultivation of flower beds, to have your fences renovated, and deserve the blessings of every citizen by levelling up tho sidewalk in front of your residence. In other words, have a pride in tho City of Oaks. Mr. E. D. Baugert, of New Berne,has accepted a position as watchmaker and jeweler with Mr. Edw. Fasnach. Mr. Baugert has held a responsible position ia Baltimore, is thoroughly competent, and tho Chronicle is glad to welcome fio talented and popular a young gentle man to Raleigh. COMING ANli GOING. Soroo of The Folks Yon Know ami Tfceir Doinss. Dr. H. W. Lewis, of Jackson, is in tho city. Mr. II. B. Adams, ex-Stato Senator from Union county, is in Raleigh on legal business. Not"s Here and There in NoTth Caro lina Showing Her Progressive Spirit. A postoflice has been established at Idlewild, Ashe county, N. C, with Jno. V. Hatsog as postmaster. The cocfract for tho construction of the New Brne Works has been Mr. Cecil G. Stone returned on the two v,UT(T s p , . . . . - -.FT UU1CD ' w ' i-on & Mook.svillo railroad is o'clock train yesterday from a successful 1 ..- Dusicess trip to Alount Airy. Mr. John A. Duncan went down to Beaufort yesterday afternoon to spend a day or so with his little children. J. C. L. Harris, Esq , went to Wash ington last evening on Internal Revenue business and will return Monday. Senator Marion Butler, of Sampson, went up to Chapel Hill yesterday after noon to spend a few days before return ing to his homo in Clinton. Mr. Junius Turner, after attending the Barnes-Lyon nuptials in Durham night before last in the capacity of an usher, returned to Raleigh yesterday. Mr. P. A. Wiley and wife, of Washing ton, D. C, are welcome visitors at Ral eigh, Mrs. Wiley has been here for some days on a visit to her parents. Senator W. H. Lucas, who has just been appointed State Oyster Commie sioner, accompanied by his wife, passed through the city yesterday en route for his home in Hyde. They had been on a short visit to Greensboro. Mr. Eom. J. Bellamy, who has filled so acceptably the position of messenger and substitute clerk in the office of the Wes tern Union Telegraph Company in this city, has been promoted to the manage ment of tho Henderson, N. O, office. . The Exposition J'und. At the joint meeting yesterday of the Soliciting Committee and Trustees of the Southern Exposition Fund it was de cided that the committee continue its efforts to raise $2,000 more and the Trus tees collect notes for the same. Every citizen who has not contributed to this fund should como up now and help raise it to $12,000. Then you will show your public spirit. sui.:i:;ie court. Cases from the Sixth District wero argued as follows: King vs. Rhew; argued by Junius Davis for defendant, and L. Russell allowed time to file brief for plaintiff. Tucker vs. Tucker; argued by T. W. Strange for defendant. Ward vs. Railroad, continued. MARRIED. In Laurinburg, on Tuesday, Mr. J. C. McCallum, of Georgia, to Miss Lucia Blue. InSelma, Ala., on the 5th inst., by Rev. Dr. H. D. Moore, Dr. George Courts TTnll OF INTEREST TO PARENTS AND Miss Sallie W.' Kennon, daughter' of ItD i ( '.... 1 mill! n '..vji.,iir. NUUKB William '. KPnnnn r pnnaccH In Trinity M. E. Church in Durham. Wednesday night, Mr. L. W Barnes, a The Chronicle has had several inoui- most intelligent young Hendersonian led nes as to the law prohibiting the sale 1 LL?$ e of of cigarettes to boys. The following is young ladies. A host of friends witness tho full text of the law: ed the impressive ceremony ami th Section 1. That it shall bo unlawful voag couple left on the North cigarettes Cannot be Sold to Roys Under Seventeen Years Old. for any person, firm or corporation to sell, givo away or otherwise dispose of directly or indirectly cigarettes or to- uucco in me iorm or cigarettes, or cut tobacco in any form or shape, which bound D. & N. train. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Norfolk. Ya.. March 19, t silip Richmond has been floated without uamage. Crawford Cnncrnm m wiiiu t mav bo naeii or infnnnori tn Ko iiuqH I (IrawrnrH rf tha xr;K a;l-: f - w. w Kv uou, ao i i-nuiu uismui, is ill ft Knrwntnfa fnr mcamttns nnn . : I f ha Rnfl'jlrt T.WV.; c : w . ..v v w.6ivn.vc, IU aujf UI1UUI I "" JJlLUia OJXlUgS, V a. uuuw. fcUW DCICULtllll Vl'MTH. Hnil I T- . . . . any one Tiolatin the nrovision o itM LUHT0-U ls.wlth profound re act, or any person or persons aiding, of Dr T r Tl m critical illness nooiotiu ui uiAJuiu iue vioiaiion tnere-1 u m t u A . ' of shall be frnilty of a misdemeanor and S?". to be improvinglbut has upon conviction shall bo punished bv rewpso li 1 .. -l -r uue or imprisonment m tho discretion uonitz -An effort will be made to raise of the court. funds for the GrPP.tinn of n mnnn n ti.. , ... Ui - . " muuuui uu etui xui anv Derson wno sha rr me memorv nt tho hmonM tu., a . , . . - - I . J -" UUI1US Xi.U in obtaining the Doseession of eicarpttpa or tobacco in any form as a substitute the honor. mereior Dy wnaisoever name it mav be tt,- iW xt -rt-"'- 6aU kvmujj ur. iv called, shill be truiltv of a misdeminnr L HokE and Newland The Burke court New Discovery for Consumption, and upon conviction shall be fined or X ?v JIZ 7 T Vs" , last week' o ,. r." " UU6D -tvicuii. xiuKe ana Solicitor Billy Newland. We are reli ably informed that the new hrnnms imprisoned in the discretion of the Court. O o rnL.i it .... ott. o. mai mis acc snail Do in force from and after its ratification. Ritifled tho 3d day of March, A. D., second officer of the court were comnli- The Direct Land Tax. Executive Department, March, 12th, 1891. I am directed by the Governor to say, DEATH'S HARVEST. Mr. E. B. Townsend, of Lumberton. died on Mondav niht. Insf tj ... . j o naa tx in reply to the many inquiries made to Sty of chura t30683' Sobriety and iDte him in respect to the distribution of the UFa Gr' moneys recently appropriated by Con- a youn8 and promising man gross 10 reiuna direct land taxes,that he is aeH away me loss to tho State is now in corresDondenca with tm "KVoi-ai creater than tho, lofv. e j ... . , w o " -"v uotlu ui a, u atreu ana authorities in relation thereto, and that honorable citizen whn w i , as soon as ho is in possession of the facts laZsf ' The or e U i wUpecaKe ho will cause to be furnished to tho rnK. . . V.1U1 peculiar re lic tha infnrmatinn n-ZT luY". Ar wu. "onLCIe death, near ties interested to DrrrthreS JosePh A. Ragan, a . utitui ttuu uuuifl vnnnnf man t.k,v THIS SHOWS PROGRESS. bein laif; at tho rate of three quarters of SPECIAL NOTIOSS. I will sell for awhile lice dessert reaches in bravy syrup, 3-lb. cans, at o0c, worth -l'?e. Roe herrings, 25c. dcz. Cuts, 10a. dcz At my stall in the City Market I am receiving daiiv ?icB vari ety of buncb fish .. . T nad. The latter are gradually getting cheaper as the sea son advances. Ordern seat to me will be filled at lowest prices, and promptly delivered. Plsouo '23. D. T. Johnson. a li:'o a dav r.ad Mock svi lie. will soon be laid to on tr.e 1 0,000 tuo H i:mmgtcn and Weidon The city of Washington, N. C , votes next Monda; lion to the branch road. Tarboro and the coanty of Edgecombe each pay the Southerner $200 for writ ing up tho facilities and resources of town and county. Mr. J. Van Lindley, of the Pomona Nursery, has purchased 1,100 acres of land near Southern Pines, and a stock company has been formed to btart a fruit growing industry. The comnany will plant 35,003 trees this year. On April 2nd the town of Reidsville will jote to issue bauds to the amount of 50,000, for the purpose of street im provements and water works and later on will vote a subscription of $100,000 for a new railroad to be built in an east erly direction. Registered Pharmacist, si Vi!iei!. :: vears prac tical experience, wants position. Good reference. Address "Zinc' care Chron icle, Raleigh. pch.IS at. For Sale. An almost, brand-new dross suit at D. S. Waitt's ciothiue: store. A Nc. 1 oargain. m-12 4t. Anniversary Proclamation. Sovereign Grand Lodge, Independent Order of Odd-Fellows, Office of the Grand Jure. To all to whom these presents shall come, greeting: Whereas the due and proper celebra tion of the twenty-sixth day of April as the Anniversary of" Odd-Fellowship in America is sanctioned by immemorial custom and is in observance of the standing resolution of the Sovereign Grand Lodge, now there fore, I, Charles M. Busbee, Grand Sire, by virtue of the authority vested in me by law, do hereby recommend and en join upon ail Grand and Subordinate bodies under the jurisdiction of the Or der to devote the Gth day of April, A. D., 1892, for as the CCth will fall on Sunday, on the twenty-fifth or the twenty-seventh day of April, as ma be selected, the seventy-second anniversary of the Independent Or der of Odd-Fellowa in America to suitable and appropriate exercises in commemoration of the day and to public thanksgiving to Almighty God for His manifold blessings vouchsafe to us as an Order and as individuals dur ing the past year. yDone at the city of Raleigh, State of North Carolina, this the twenty-seventh day of February, Anno Domini, eigh teen hundred and ninety-one, and of the Order, the seventy-second year. Charles M. Busuee, Grand Sire. Attest: Theo. A. Ross, Grand Secretary. An U i5 gallant Answer. Speaker Elder,of tho Kansas House of Representatives, is not only a politician of the new school, but is quite unique in his method of speech. The female poli ticians had much to do with the success of Speaker Elder's party, and naturally expected help from him in behalf of woman's suffrage. His only reply was: 'Keep the cradle rocking, ladies.and when you learn to sin ins I will r. suer jour claim ior suffrage. " There is no downing such made politician as that. 'Seed Potatoes." Twenty-five Barrels Early Rose. jan28-tf. Ebeehardt fc Pescud, Galalea, Galatea. Enormous success on opening day. Every day this week at 2 until 5:30; evening, 7 until 9:30, at Waitt's old stand, Xo. 213 Fayetteville street. Galatea. A stone statue brought to life before your eves. See this mysterious wonder. w , xhe talk of the late Richmond Exposi tion and New Berne Fair. Admission 10 cents. tf i. if Li huts 0035 iio:i. New York, Marcb;i2, 1891. JJessrs. Hubbard, Price & Company, ia their cotton circular to-night, eay: "Our cables state Manchester spinners as dis posed to buy more freely than of late, especially of the higher grades, and the demand'for theso cottons caused a very firm undertone- to' tho arrival market, ir pur- b.trelv lae b-' assisting, materially, -.' finuv.'ifnrs fn Our rnarktrt steady at G to V porais a bo u t f 1 1 of t h a i l: d n ring e. bases. market t. onencd losing nir, bat cioalu:; li in un kn- trie intluence fi.rn ac- comxti. The those Grandest Exhibit Ever Given in liaieigh. A splendid treat in store for who can annreciate a real cood thin? t. a. - cj O I iu. ay auvi u uu Iu a few days there will be on exhibit at June and Juiv Swindell's Emporium, the largest and Jlliv and August mpst superb stock of ?prmg Goods that it nas ever been our pleasure to place on the market. Our buyer is now at the Northern markets selecting an immense stock. To tho ladies we will sav that count, executed during rhe iiuunioon.'' ReceiDts at ports to-day tstimared at 13,000 bales, against 10,3-lG bvlts last week, and G,3ol bales tne siae week last year. Spot cotton closed firm ; middling uplands Dc; sales 1G3 bales. Transactions in futures to -ay were 133,200 bales. Futures closed firm, and 3 to 4 points higher, as follows: March April Aiay June Juiy ".tju . ..... ..- - - - September i 19-'2: ()i-tnli.r 1 'II '. November 9 '20 2 December 9 5tf)- January 9 23 27 In Liverpool to dav snot cottcn closed steady; middling uplands 4 7 8; sales l-i.uuu Dales. Futures closed quiet, a follows: March 4 51 March aud April i 5t April and May -1 fS Mav and June 4 2 6i 4 02 8 81- 83 i) 05 l 1115 , is iy 1) 20- i O Gsnls O V5 1 i ? jv i t V; ; iti r LI l i IN SOFT Ayj) STIFP ;?AT. SUITS XOIiBV A.D UP v,Tu DAY. Coll i iTir -t line of Axn August Kew York Money Market. .New 'York, March 2. Monev dosed 8t '24 per cent. Exchange closed steady: posted rtes4 SHtf.4.bi): actual rates J.SoWlbU for . i great pains will be taken m selecting a m daya and 4.8S4.SX tor demand. Gov beautiful line of Dress Goods of the very crDT lent honds closed steady; currency ?ixo latest desiens and rarest shades, with a "(coupon-) tour-aud--haliB ,. , . . I (couponaj lvs. superb assortment match clothing for men youths and boys, great care will also bo taken in selecting a large and nobby lino of Ready Made Clothing, of the very latest uesign s ana styles. In fact our stock will be complete, embracing all the new novelties in all kinds of dry goods, hat, shoes, slippers, and etc., all of which we guarantee to sell yon at a greater bar gain than you can buy them elsewhere Come and see our bargains. It will not cost you anything to look Swindell. The City Cotton Market. IliLEiGH, N. C. March 21 5 ?. u. Good Middling ).;' V Strict Middling fe'.vj Middling si-:"' Strict Low Middling XVfZSV Low Middling Ti'5i(0 Stains 7 Market dull. Raleigh Tobacco 3Iarket. i Reported by T. X. Jones & Co.) Raleigh, N. C, March 12. NEGKVVEAS OF TcIE seiso.v. Come and m-rr2-:?.-u - i Coa BRAXOV ar Vi- and h i pi -aul. ar?r Tin: Hi-; Imperial Table Jelly. Fruit Pudding yanuiea linger (Jhips, Spiced Wafers, m i m ooxes. Canned Peaches, Applet iJiiuuts, vuerrjes, rears, :c, at Eberhard & Pescud's. Bnckleu'N Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in th vrorl.l fnr t. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe ver cores, letter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cure- Piles, or no iwv . - . - -i - i quireci. It is guaranteed to idve porfec io cents iei oa"! hv John Y FILLERS -Common Good Fine SMOKERS Common Good 7 Fin ft . CUTTERS-Common 12 Gocd 15 Fine 9. WRAPPERS-Common 15 Good 20 Fine 35 li 8 to 6 to 8 to 12 to 1 to 9 to 15 to 15 to rt to ax to 20 to ?J to 60 xr- New York Produce Market. )Uli Closed fairlv active: firm- J t A -J v ready- Is Consumption Incurable ? Read the following. Mr. C. II. Mor- xt . , Kust Bonifz. IatA nf th "?, ArK. , says: "Was down Messenger. Such a man is worthv of nh Z""""' tluu irienas aa r-"juo Miuuuuuutu me an lncnran p consumptive, liegan taking Dr. Kind's ' for finr.snmnt irn om now on my third bottle, a nd a hi t see the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made." Jesse Middle wart. iWatn swept clean and that-His Honor aud the saTS: "Bad it not been for Dr Kins iew Discovery ior Consumption I would S. F. Telfair. Private Secretary. MHS. TOM THUMB TO-NIGHT. The (icuernl's Wife, With herKtrpl lent Supporters, Will riay in 3Ietro- dolphcountv tfJILl' College and mo viiu ait ine vigor of hi wuaumpuou struct him down. He a taiu io rest at the old Quaker bury ing ground at Springfield Church, Ran Probably the largest crowd that has Rates to y. m. c. a. 1 . i r . ... .. .. I XT l .. uuun in Metropolitan Hall this season aronna, at Durham, N. c. n in nLii i iim i lrii iinmn nwnM. . l f wuj. LU-1 For above occasion thft T?; I -p, ... " ' vuuiuuu UUU f; "aiiroaa win sell tickets to 'urnaui, i. u., and return at the fol ding rates for the round-trip from This company needs no introduction SS X n 7"J 8dl tickets t( to an American audi n n0 S f)ur.ham, N. 0., and return at the fol Tom Thumb and his wife ar lrnn. 101D8 rates. foI round-trip fron and wide, but since the Oenepali Hi PS J??"10: kets on sale March his wifo has been at tho head of the com- u rlV XJt pa jy. I ; & "'u iu, io ji. Let all Raleigh turn out and see her. A Distinguished Visitor. Mr. Peter Conlin, of New York, who is inspector of Police ia the great me tropoiis, Is at the Yarboro House with his family. They are much pleased with j .,. . aoigu particularly, ana will remain until warm ti, ' Inspector Oonlin is at the head of'the yoiie uepartment in Now York, and is -fecund only to the celebrated Inspector Byrnes of national fame. Charl0tte.lG.7rir Winafnn.Qol A4 oa Greensboro, $2 95; Henderson, 2 45: Raleigh,l.C5; Selma, $2.95; Goidsboro,' Rates from intermediatfi nninf i same proportion. W. A. Turk, D. P. A. To-Iay and To Morrow. To-day and to-morrow will be the last chanco to seo Galatea, the mystery. No wonder Pygmalion fell in love with the beautiful statue. Go to fee it to-dav -ppposito Chronicle cilice. . X The Flight of Time. At twenty high she holds her head - r or men shn rinosn'f tone VOWS that Rhfi will naTi. ,.1 A i.i. --r -wcx ncu n.ufeuu Btt o a millionaire. At thirty youth has taken wiug: She vows that if she can She';l marry any living thing That wears the name of man! time's changes. i Sau2a.7Itt the ?ood old days when gal lant fellows met they used to break a lance to show their love for each other. k RKoddr:Nowadays they show their love by breaking a bottle. have died of Lung Troubles . Was given up by doctors. Am now in best of health " Try it. Sample bottles free at John Y. McRae's drugstore. - - Happy Hoosiers. Wm. Timmons, Postmaster of lda- wue, ma., writes: "Electric Bitters has 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: 4 '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 Miing for a man who is all run down aud don't care whether he lives or dies; ho found new strength, good appetite, and felt just like he had a new lease on life Only 50c. a bottle, at John . MacRo's Drug Store. Merit Wins. We desire to say to our citizens, that tor year we have been selling Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Buckleys Arnica balve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well or that have given such universal satis faction. We do not hesitate to guaran tee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisfac tory results do not follow their use these remedies have won thoir great popularity purely on their merits. John i . MacRae druggist. - The First Step. Eerhaps vou are rnn r?nwn Mr,u can t sleep, can't think, can't do any thing to your satisfaction, and you wonder what ails von. Ynn ua - , J U"UUIU LiCCU the warniner: you are takino- thQ ai. step towards Nervous Prostration. You need a Nerve Tnnir nni ; u.l- Bitters you will find the exact remedy tor restoring normal, healthy condition. Surprising results loilow the use of this great Nerve Tonic and AlterativA Ynn- petite returns, good digestion i3 re stored, and the J A vpr and 1Z1, rn sume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 50c, at John Y. MacRae's drug-store. Horse and Jersey Catt'o for Sale Tour young regiatereJ, handaome Jereev Combination Saddle and Harre Horsp v,U, V1Ci,,,U, BUUUU jjfj Km,l gncj pJ.. lecti v ealo lor ladiftrt nnrl r.i,n,. ior lurtaor information and pedigree ofcat- ATLANTIC COAST LINE. r Wilmington ami Wcldon x. Iv. aiul Branches. Condensed Schedule-Trains goin- South uated June 15JJ No. 23 Dailv. .12 Lv Weidon.. . Ar lioekv Mt Ar Tarburo Lv Tarboro Ar Wilson Lv Wilson Ar Selma., Ar Fa yettuviile . . Lv Goldaboro. . . Lv Warsaw Lv MaurnoJia . . - 1 p m I iGpm -i 7 p m 1 2 ) a m '2 'i0 p m 'J o0 p m L: '0 p m 5 ;0 p m 3 15 p m 4 10pm No. 27. TastMal. Daily. 5 p m No. 41 . Dailv ex Sunday, 6 00 a in 7 10 am ot Hpi ins: 2.G.i(','?a"'"): tinr- iTrlr-J ter 2 1K)((C AJ; aupernne uDi imr3 l :t ?. pt iline winter 3.253 75 : exti-A . S.uQi 'o (.)0; do. v.-inter 0.0- ritv" extiaS 1U(.?3.15 lor We.-.t Indiw ;,. Hour closed etadv tm ia mi fom;i I.l()(ftj.l0. W HEATCio!jed strnrior- Bir.r o led winter 1 111.12; pc t eales No. 2 red winter March 1 hk CORN Closed Ktrnn:-" atirt qm!oo "V n mixed uWuiiX : snot saIph n arch 7 IK- OATS- Closed stroi! ' mi rl l.lmr- ,.4 ao. 1 white b): soot falr V, 9. .wt i vti. POKK Closed quiet; meee -0.307,7: :i HO fr.r new. LAUD-Closed firm - MnrM. a SUGAT Kenned closed nni..t Qi,. i. cut loat and criii-lied G?--': mould nis " ' COFFEE- Snot lots cinrH ctot;i,.' .' .- , Italtiraore Produce Market. Cotton closed quiet. Mirldii-nrr r,i.. ILUUli Closed rnll U.,.r-.,.i . - . ,r . .... , uuitoiu ell f t i' Sil:11 3.0US3.50; do extra 3.70 4.oO, do do lamay l.GOo.O'j; citv mills sb5??7d-8 tra ?-o.37; wint ?r wheat pa i r J. r It t "ai"wl" "rong; l-altz l.Oi fL'A; P R B S E R V --s j ib. jurs 7oc. DUNBAir.S FIGS IX CO - ib. jars COc. GORDOX& DILTuliTHS f - Pint j-us 50c. Socrn well's Ohsge :.Iai:m.u.: 1 ib. j irs 23c. TtfUHBEIi'S ORAXGEMAIl'AL;- 10o. glacs. Alexis Godillot Fj Braiuly Peac hy Qt. jirs oOc, p o- -o- o rR A XCO-A 31 E R T C A N" CO. S French Sour,:, UXliE PATE'S OF Veaari nt, Quail, tntl-c, Grouse. UOHDOX & PTLWOliriTN kw" PICKLED PEACHES, jrs fl.OO. Clark's Sweet Pickled CiiKKr.n-. Qt. i-irs Tot?. STEPHEN'S SERVES, 1 Ib. jirs 2.jc. S 1 B. STBQHACE f. C Grocers. iurers. i MI, l. 7 00 pm 743 am Vcbtern closed 7 40 p m 8 40 p m 8 35 a m 9 34 a m (J 40 a ni 4 91 ii in a.r ummgton. . o 50 p m 9 55 p m 11 20 a m TliAlNS GOING NOUTH, No. 40- xt Daily ex- ,.Vdlly- Daily. Sundav vi a m y 121am 10 Lv Wilmington Lv Jlagnoha . . Lv Warsaw . . . Ar G.ldsboro. . Lv Fa-etteviile. I kill i i j - . , ?QUiern CIOsecl fairlv active; whie -2; yeliow ijhTO: Western closed unsetfed mixed'epot and March G??G0 OATS Closed firm : and Pennsvlvama 5Gr ,t."uuu!ern 2 whne d?81?' mixed 53'K; graded No! pkowV?.1185 choice l-02l-03. dSS! 10 75; bulk metis, TolZ deie 4; long clear 5; clear rib bides 5-eugar-picklcd shoulders 5 81' THE FINEST OF ALL 1..;;::; WIIi: ,T LEG GE" TVS peke-s. 15c. -UiVaorLl i 2 23 a m 11 45 a m G 53 p in ArS.130n 12 20 am . ' Lvmlaon 5nQ ioo-r - . LMount - 1 W P m 8 W K ni , . 2 00pm . Train?! on So.-ittc! n,i xw t n T, T Sh60 p L.R.etln? leave Genvme iS?0?,1.0 a m.. dally except Snmlkv. t"i 'i Wednesday and Friday. 5.uJjStS. ooaP S: ---"e, uiKusuoiu o:iu p ixi. Hptnrn ing leave Greenville Tuesclay TlnfrS v n iro:"Jou ? oconana .Neck 1:C0 4-m'rCrn p m' Arrlvmg Weidon Train leaves Tarboro, N. C via Alho marie & RaleiVh r t '.t; ::ia Albe i?!iton.'-7- C- 6:3? Pm, 4:20 p m. Plv- Wves PiymSutT .".SeptsW boro 9:30 a m. T .m . rT: C., Branch leaves ' ' uaHy except Sundav 6:00 a m. arrive KrniifiiiVi -s- K ?uli Returning leaves Smithfleld, X.' C 8 00 a vSnhTille Br.anch leaves R 9 00 a m 4 00pm smoked shoulders 61'; hams 1lf mV 10 34 am 5 3G p m LAliD-llefined 7 V j(l,10. 10 48 a m 5 53 p m . COFFEE-Cloaed' quiet: fair Rin ?kA11 Closed quiet: craTnilflr r.i HUSKEY Closed quiet at 1.21Q1.24. Baltimore Doud 3Iarket. B.VLTTMORE. ?,Tfl. AT,t-..V. 10 - . th-ee8G4K. ' " .-Virginia Chicago Produce Market. OniCAGO. 111.. ArarrVi 10 - TOt, . weak. Corn opened nervon. nt- aetive. ProviHmTia r,.i H EAT Closed ATtrvi, 1 .r.7. u . JUIV 1.00. 4,Alyl; OKN Closed March 1,9V. f pow. , . OATS Closed Mtt qs. ti 11.52 Bed Marchl 90 ".IS; July LAKD Closed Mor, (! It. G.60. A,J' ua July HIBS Closed ri. 5 70. ";ayo.4Julv Cincinnati Produce Market. PORK ft. family 10.250.37K BU .UOl0.12X; goods on the basis f o f 1 15 nor "r,T8 ed winea p9r gallon tor high Richmond Tobacco .Market. 3lJ W-Offerinea of to. Warsaw with Xo3. 41, 40, 23'andw: fa SirIlM3'',darl 31 western 1? Southbound Train nn viic ,i t- KeinapectionH r,f hni o-s t V-?xeri? d7 etteviUe Branch la Xo. Si 31 .western 1 hhd ?ta?- UaTk No. 50. Dailv. excent. sA'oX; "uuu i3 "Sea (01 hich 4hhd3 wr ir? RacK" ''---"r:"-uua;, nessanictfffl0i,.i.x.,. -i i'euuer- rr, . , 7 v-u uuuusv, 'Pl-n n W. in Z ... J Wilson. finiruw V V ' UU1 ai ...eternal revenn u.nX;- , t0; plug tobac- Train No. 73 makes clS"e connection col S 93? w0?8 at Weidon for nil nninto x--.u U?H 008 i9a5.44: total S7.no m rail Via Richmnnrl qt.,i;i V, 1AA day, via Bay Line? """"' I .Wn,,,,, , - h , ah trains run solid betwppn Wiimin luenrme steady at 37 ? ppinia JJaily, except Sundav. JOHxV F. DIVINE. J. R. KRVT.V Rn m.(?n!ij Supt CrndA yellow dip 2.10rvhSn 210. tf. Stnrlr ki'.i TT n - ecu. Hay. Corn, Bran, Oats, &c., at & Pescud's. Oat and Wheat Flakes. 2 lb. pekgs. ROLLED OATMEal.. 2 lb. pekgs. 15c. SNOWFLAKE HOMINY-- 2 lb. pekgs. o2. HECKEIi'S 10-MINUTE OATMEAL, 2 lb. pekgs. 203. Prepared Buckwheat, 3 and G lb. pekgs. Heck zii's FRESH GROUND BUCKWHEAT J. IO. I) o Plants to set out now rKPAf"K and Mairnoliai ho',-, . i. L'-rgreei;d Flower "ee la T f? nd otr Onion set! Tesh u fl w PoUto Seed,. Tade -he)d?d Ln Gr flower, Bouqaet., LattnUDi6 Ut J2. STEIN MRTZ. . Ualc-i-b, N. C. A itARE TESTIMONIAL. lief than Irom ai i It f ptJ leEcecl m0re re tried dnriSe l t r rfeJliedu-a that I have a ennerer ince t JnV " 1 have boe:i entirely tree irom Tn -?" lfcm 1 ain aliao't can further ceitifv t"r f nnoirrjjs. I great service ery Kespectiuily "wiea For 8.1o by all H J1? ' " T M ft I Sale of Farming Lands. ELI?'"! f "y conferrod on m k in bidder for cash at tho Prt u the Sheet the city of Haleigh r ' m011?0 door ia 23, 1801, at 12 lovelock Vm Ihu?' Marcli gage aeWibed?wmithVS? 8a4mrt. aforesaid, in M ddnSifZ.04 State Marion Wood, which f ,Yt,i uieaa Dy Begietry el Wake countv in V fecv?rded uafirfi.9 t U1 la Lo'i No. 105. aforesaid, in M ddle CrPAV ly.and ing the landa of s v Woo.l Pon8-hlp- aoiE ner anrl ,V ' .N!9a Benjamin Garrt more or l V 0 acre. which may be rLr.W,,on h may be fonSfl TL ?e?criPon of gage above mentn c"ce 10 mort- ne two-hor8e wagon ed harness ani . B- MONTAGUE Ealeigh, N. a, Feb. 20, 1531. Es)