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BALEIQU IN li K I E F. COM INK A NO HOIXG. I BNASSWESEH PRAYERS. Indox to How Advertuementa. j- N. Holding l,V.:s" ri Uo. II. OUm Telephone i'.y Stations. J N lIoiding-AdmiuiBtrttcr'B Notic. I.T. Swlndtlb-Oor.d Morning, Senator. H. Ac H. M. Tucker & Co Fancy MM. - he Chronicled Weather Report. V ASiiinoto.v, April 17. Forecast for MWnta, fair; stationary temperature; Mrly wlnda. or North and South Carolina, fair; tatlonarj temperatnre; easterly winds. Maxlaium temperature Minimum temperature, r.. rainfall O'n. rorecHHt fr R.ilMh: Fair; eoht'nued Warm, followed by hbower towards even ly. hai.eicii NOTES. The News and Codp In and Around the Capital. The employe of the State Penitentia ry were paid off yesterday. rr :- KiriiP of the Foiki ou hnoi? ana Their Doings. Mej Wd. A. Guthrie, of Darbia, wj4 ieie yesterday. Mr. W. G. Lewi", of GoMsbcro, vas ia Raleigh yesterday. Mr. O. M. Seal, of Merry Oaks, is in town visiting relatives. Mra. F.G. Mitchell, of Hendersor, paid Rale'gh a uhort visit yesterday. Mrs. K. H. Powell, of Hen-fe.'sor, ia on a visit to her father, Mr. T. C. Williams. Mr. D. P. Ha-kitt, of Goldstnro, ti in the city on a visit to hU son, Chas. E. Haekitt. Mr. F M. Jones, the Superintendent of the Raleigh Cotton Mills, h&3 returned from Washington. Mrs. J. D. Boashall ha3 gone on a short visit to the old home of Mr. Bou sh all in Camden county. Master Donaldson Stronach, the bright One mirriai?a license was U sued by little boy of Mr. Alex. Stronach, i3 much motives Tt , . . a - ------- I , l I . I - ejiater or Deeds Mial yesterday. better, we are guu 10 buu. Rev. P. L. Herman, of Cary, was m the city yesterday and took in the B ble Ii9adiag at the Fife meeting. Col. Joo. W IHE WORLDS COMMEKOE. MR. FIFE SWS PKOPLE PRAY WITH A V.RO.C. MOTIV E AND NOT Willi A srmu&siVE SPIRIT. Larse Crowd Present Both Morning and Mght--Many Make Known Their Deure to Lead a Hetter Life-Synopsis of Both Sermons. Evangel :st Fife preached yes'erday in Metropolitan Hall to a good crowd of citizens and visitors. He announced thai r e le.nrel to give a few reasons why the prayer?, of some people were not answered: 1. Because thev have iniquity in their hearts. Isaiah 59, 1-2: "Behold the Lord's hand is not shortened that it cau- not save, neither is his ear heavy that it an(j cease t0 exert the influence which at CEy The Unite i Pis'.) New Tors, April iU tbyi. Messrs. Hubbard, Price k Company, m their cotton circular to-night, say: "An advance of four points, fairly sustained to the close, with light trading, mainly ia August, has marked a quiet session. The demand which found iL willing sell ers, appears to have come from the South, and late in the day purchases were male bv a prominent hose, against sales of spot cotton in Liverpool. Without firmness, the market has been steady, and there was little disposition to check the natural advance which the small demand has stimulated. The bears at the close were somewhat more aggressive, and their offerings were more than the market was prepared to receive. Receipts continue on the enormous scale to which all have become aecu3tomeu, city, is on the Key. Dr. J. J. Hall, of this booked for a lecture in Oxford 2d for charitable purposes. We heard April yesterday in the mut-te-rings of thunder and gentle patter.pat ter of rain and summer hail. One of the most brilliant marriaeesof the season will be celebrated at Christ Church next Wednesday evening. Capitol Square "ia a thing of beauty and a joy forever" to him who has time to lay under the shade of its trees. A good many young ladies who at tended tho Benior Class Day exercises at Chapel Hill, returned to the city yester day. Cards are out for the marriage of Mr. Lie II. Uattle, Cashier of the Roibro Hank, to Mi Nannie Howertou, of Durham, on the 21st. During the thunder storm yesterday the telephone was burned out in Audi tor Banaetlin's office, and two horses ran away on Fayetteville street. (Jot. Holt yesterday offered a reward of a hundred dollars for the. capture of from K-tleigii Jno Htowe. a fugitive frorn iusticc. who few das to n - W I broke jail in Cabarrus county. Nearly Ave hundrel people heard Mr. Fife in Metropolitan Hall yesterday morning. He will preach there again this morning at 10.30 o'clock. There will be a meeting of the Gro cers' Protective Association at the office of Mr. J. 8. W)une, over W. B. Mann it Co'a store, o-night at 8::J0 o'clock. Col. Jno. D. Cameron, of Aaheville, arrives here to-day to take the manage ment of the editorial work of the South ern Inter-Slate Immigiation Bureau. cannot hear, but vour iniquities have separated between you and your God, and your sins have hid his face from you, that he will not hear. 2. Because they pray with wrone James 4, 3: "Ye ask and re ceive not, because ye ask amiss, tha ye may consume it upon your lusts.'5 3. Because they do not pray with a submissive spirit; Matthew, 20,39: "And he went a little farther and fell Hinsdale has gone to Bal- on bis face and prayed, saying, oh, my timore on business connected with the Grimm Brownstoue Company. Mrs. E Taylor, and daughter, Mis3 Sidie, of Henderson, are visiting Mrs. Wm. Moncureon North Blount bt. ELECTRIC CARS A-WUIZZING. That's What We'll Hear in Raleigh Ily Next Fall Let's Begin Whizzing Too. The Chronicle has good news to-day. Mr. Jesse A Jones, of our city, who has been doing everything in his power to secure the street car line, yesterday received a reply from Mr. John C. George, of Baltimore, the representa tive of the bondholders, to a letter re cently written him in which Mr. George KoeH on to say: "I now feel sure that we will build and run the road. We mint, therefore, hav.- "ome assistance I am c .-.! tier down in a see what is physically needed Mr. George goes on to say that Dr. Jacobs' plan wa3 entiraly too small, civine due assurance that the road will beextended through the principle streets, and much more track will b3 built than was originally intended. Now, since these monied men of Bal timore and Northern cities are willing to put their money ia Baleigh, it is nothing but juH to them and to Kaleigh itself that some of our men show an interest in the enterprise. For lightning cars, progressive men and hustling Raleigh, the Chronicle's On Wednesday eveuing at 8 o clock, hat goes up. at tho home of the bride, on West Mor- June. JU1V , iratner, n it De possible, let tnis cup pass from me, nevertheless not as I will but as thou wilt." 4. Because they don't ask in the name of Jesu: : John 1G:23 'And in that day ye shall ask me nothing; verily, verily I higher, as follows: you. " They lack earnest and fervent de sire; LiUke, 18, 18, beginning, "And he spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray and not to faint 6 Because they lack faith; Jarae3 15, C - 7; '-Bat let him ask in faith, nothing waveriug," etc. Mark 11, 84; "There fore I say unto you what things soever ye desire when ye pray believe that ye receive them and ye shall have them." Tan the evangelist made an earnest appeal for earnestness, faith and sub mi.-siveness m prayer. His app al was strong and had good effect. Several persons stood up to ask the prayers of God's peop'.o. The Service Last Niht. The suoiect of the sermon last night was the office and power of of the Holy bpirit. A laige crowd listened with breathleps attention while the Evangelist exalted the work of the epirit and im pressed upon tht audience the import ance of praying for the bantism of the a higher price would be felt. I or to morrow the interior towns promise large figures 15.000 with a plantation movement of 48.000 and New Orleans 6,500 bales. Reports from Liverpool, barring the rumor of the spot sales tnere, are of a depressing nature, ana iuan Chester cables doll trade with many looms stopping." KeceiDts at ports to-day estimated at 8,000 bales, against 9,931 bales last week, and 3.089 bales the same weeK last year. The spot market i3 steady; middling uplands 8 15 16; sales 14 baies. Transactions m futures 44.UU) caies Futures closed two to four points 8 58 59 8 6 -6 8 72-73 8 83- 81 SPISibXAb TiOTICES. A ns lot salted Jordan Almonds just received at nt.nu.ut. v. SOMETHING TO DRINK. Angus; 8 85 87 Beptember yu-ai October a 'J November 8 9a -96 December 8 98-99 January 9 03-0i Cotton. City. Sale i Tone Galveoton .. . Norfolk Baltimore .. . Boston Wilmington.. Philadelphia savannah . . New Orieanb Mobile liempk:8 ... Augusta . . . Louisville. . . St. Louis Charleston .. Cincinnati . . 282 Quiet 526 Quiet Nom'l Quiet N.om'l Quiet Dull ilW Stead v 800!faay 8-j( Quiet 6C3Quiet ihteady 110. Quiet Quiet Steady Market, liect 8 3-4 8 5-8 9 0-0 8 15-16 8 7-8 1-2 3-16 9-16 13-16 9-16 5-8 0- 0 5-8 3-4 1- 8 1553 K9J 1722: 197 74 487 '-.JUS 378 3.0 221 212 830 423 Exp 13oi FAjSCY WARES. TTardlv ever was tiiere a time when we had so many dainty andbeautnui tilings as we now nave in oui xv Dep.iriineut. Artistic Pot tery, Exquisite French China, etc. TV. H. & li. S. Tucker cc to. Good Morning, Senator ! 'What is the news m Kaieigo r "Well. I don't know of auy special Dews." "Well, how is business n Kd eigbf If there is no news, tell mihow business is in Raleigh." "Well," sail the Senator, "all the busines.- I gav going on in Raleigh wa3 at this man Swindell's. He seems to be busy all the tims. By the way, I understand Swin dell is going to move on Fayetteville street. I heard he had bought the store Norris & Carter used to keep in, and was going to run the store through the block, making the store two hnnded and ten feet long." To all this the Senator said "ye3, it is true." "Well," was the question, "do you think Swindell will carry his trade up there ?" "Well," said the Senator, "I don't know, but as Swindell has always proved to me that he knew his business, I expect he knows what he is doing this time. All the people who trade at Swin dells do so because they think and know they can save money by trading at Swindells, and I think if he was to move out to tho Fair Ground they would fel low him. "People have learned that Swindell sells goods cheap. I must say I thiok Swindtll is acting wisely in this move. Why all the trade Swindell has where he now keens he carried there. No dry goods were'sold on Martin street before he went there, atd all thought he would do nothing there, but he has. Swindell is now selling Dress Goods low, proba bly at cost, before moving He is dointr about all the mil!inery business and nearly all the clothing business, and his carpet trade has increased five hundred per cent. !sow don t worrv about Swin dell, he w.ii m thiag.s hus le wh n he geifa on Fayetteville street. He who would drink the beet, 1 he Lea mi buv. FOR SALE ONLY BY W. C & A. B. Strocach -T -e best roasted coHec-t. Cur Elend Mocha, Java and Bogota, Koaeted, or Iloatted Ground Fine, S5s. lb. Chase & Sanborn's L BRAND iiOCHA AND JAVA RAND JJOCHA AND COFFEE. Combination of Finest P!acarn Java end Genuine Ara' ian 2i' j. r.t? per t. THE BEST TEAS! ROYAL GESI ORLOFF 1 EA. A True Formosa Oj1 rg, 1 ib. and l-ltr. packages, 75c Royal Gem Xassac Tea, - Old-fashicr-ea Green Tea -1 lb. and -'.b packages 7o2. lb. Tetlev's Tea., Choicest Grr.wthn I Jrt Qaalitv 70c. i n':a r.zii Ceylon Tea. j.. 21 o a!itv 5ic. lb. O. & O. TEA. Pk kings r. 1 tho best Plantations landed Tea). Ib- tins, 75:-. lb. fa Fancy spiced Dtes, stuffed with Al monds, at EBEBaARDT & PESCUD S were re ts lnierest, is lccreaainz eve- gan trcet, Mr. J. Frank Matthews ws united to marriage to Miss Emma Jone?. The regular meeting of Ruth Lodge, Daughters of Rebekab, I. O. O. F., will bo held to-night at b o'clock, p. m., Every member in eurne.dly solicited to Ihj on haud. The Uht sad rites over the remains of Mrn. Franck were held in the Taber- naclo church yesterday afternoon, and her remains wore interred in the family hurrying plot. Mr. (ieorfre, tho representative of the Baltimore landholder of the Kaleigh Street Riilway Company, will bo in thU city to day and to uight and the Board of Aldermen will hold a most important conference. Secretary Patrick U having the backs of all businous envelopes mod in the Southern cities covered with an adver tisement of the Great Southern Exposi tion. This is a most valuable means of advertising. Governor Holt will call tho Stato Board of Commissioners of tho World's Fair to meet at Raleigh in June in con junction with tho State Board of Agri culture, so that tho two can co-operate in making plans for the North Carolina exhibit at Chicago. Ono thing remember, that Mr. Chas. F. McKesson, one of the best lawyers in WfBtern Carolina now residing at Mor ganton, will lecture at Metropolitan Hall this afternoon at 4 o'clock. He is a splendid gentleman and has a host of friindsin Kaleigh who will bo glad to hear him. Tho Agricultural Department clerks REV. DR. J. B. IIOONE ELECTED An Financial Secretary to Manage the Monies ol the Baptist Female Uni versity. The Board of Trustees of tho Baptist Female University concluded their meet ing yesterday by the election of Dr. J B Boone, of Moberly, Mo, as Financial Secretary to look after the raising of fnnds for the building of tho same. The Board riiscussod certain plans for racing funds wuh wh:ch to build ail ne cesf-.ary buildings, the securing of all titles to the sites kc., and the time for the election of the faculty. Seveial suburban sites for the institu tion were offered, bur. they were declined in favor of tho one heretofore decided upon. Dr. Boone, the Financial Secretary, was Pre-sident of Judson College, this'State, for seven years, and has gained much since he has been in a new held in Mis soun. He is an able man and wiil surely f-ucceed in his undertaking. Spirit. A much greater number remained for the icquirv meeting. Several confessed Christ and many back sliders claimed. Th ry dxy. nr. riuiwiu nou liiwe rd'aiin? at Metropolitan Hall at 10:C0 a. m,, today, and will preach at Edentom St. Church at :u0, p m Remember that C. F. McKesson, who is an eloquent and beautiful talker, wil-1 deliver an exhortation and recount his personal experience at 1 o'clock, p m.. at Metropolitan Hall In LiverDOol spot cotton closed steady; middling uplands 4 13 lGi; sales 8,000 bales. Futures clcsad quiet, as follows: April 4 4445 April and Slav 1 4445 Slav and June 4 47-48 June and Jui v 4 52 Jn'.v and Auguf.t 4 AUK:,st August and .September 56 53 53' We h'-.ve, in addition to our complete line of di ugs, a magnificent assortment of Meerschaum and French Briar pip-s the best ever effered for 6ale m Raieigh, and they are low priced. B jfore buying a rzor or poeket-knife.it will pay you to come and examine our line We ch.il lenge the State on our splendid stock of the best perfumery that is made on earth, The Citv Cotton Market. Rauhqh. N. C, April 16 5 P. Good Middling 9 Strict iliddlicg 8 Middling S!&8$ Strict low middling fflCb4 Low middling 7" .-itaina 7&S Market weak. M. Ladles' and gentlemen's pocket . . a r 1 1 j'lraes, caru cases, e:c, oi an kinrls We make a specialty in all arti- bove mentioned, and we invite our friends and the public to come and sea us. ar,rl l tf kisG & McGee HE-N07 The Old Reliable Stand-by. 1 8, 1-4, 1-2 and 1-lb packages 7oc lb. - ELFGANT LINE OF Green and Black Teas 25c. to Si lb. . C. & A. B. STROMCH, Grocers linkers aud Candy 3in-iHfae tnrers- Teleplione Pay Stations. BEST EREAD IN THE STATE. JHot JE&oll? Every Afternoon. PIES AND CAKES, FRESH BAKED EVERY DAY. Salted Butter and Newport YTafets, 'Jo ' X t -i 1 1 Mm M urn wm l ? ' ' i ' ;irls at Trinity College. Trinity College has secured the hotel properly and four acres of campus near the old college buildings. This prop ertv will ba nut in order for the use of k'irl.x while the old college building will b? u-ed for boys. There will bo, in all probability, a new departure m tho. next year's programme, in the holding of a mid-f-ummer preliminary term, to meet the demand for those who wish to make preparation for admission to college in the fall. Raleigh Tobacco Market. (Reported by T. N. Jones & Co.) IiAi.EioH, N. C, April 16 If you want to enjoy your mea's strengthen your digestion with Simmons Liver Regulator. A Stitch in time. Take Simmons Liver Regulator and prevent sickness. Death of Mr. Allen Maynard. His many friends in Wake county will bo saddened to learn of the death of Mr. A'len Maynaid, which occurred yes terday at his home nar Morrisville. Mr. Maynaid wm about seventy years of age and whs a high toned gen tleman, boing a confident member of tho Christian Church, lie was a most Robbery iu IMneville. The Chronicle learns that robbers entered the store of Yontz &. Sons, at Pineville, N. C , Tueday night, and were in the act of blowing open tho safe, when detected 1 hey had bored holes and were putting in dynamite, when a citizen of Pineville, who arrived home on tho 12 o'clock train, pissed and saw them. lie raised the alarm, but tho robbers encaped. - - - "Willin Uarkiscs." successful farmer and a min of strong are now preparing the blanks on which, brain, steady and cool. under the law, the tax listers win make lie leave a wire, a da-wtro. acd two their reports of agricultural statistics, sons, ono of which, Mr. E P. MnarJ, The blanks will be very complete and resides in H deigh. will secure a mass of information which A highly esteemed ci i.ja has gone to heretofore it has been impossible to ob- his rest and tho Chronicle offers con tain. The result will show the people here many thinmof value and will givo information of interest to investors. That Raleigh CRUSH F.D TO PIECES. The Al-.tmit Knclueer ol the Cotton Mill I1h Ilii Ann Crushed oil. dolence to those who tate of the bitter sorrow in departing with loved ones. Methodist Educational Conference. Tho iLiduoational conferenco of North Carolina Methodism will bo held May 5th and Gth. Tho place has at this writ- (Wii.son Advance.) was an amusing cpisoue in one day last week. Auditor Sanderlin, Secretary Coke and Col. Elias Carr were walking down Fayetteville street. A street urchin saug out: "Hoo ray tor de next7 Governor." Three hats were simultaneously lifted and three voices chorused: "Thank you my boy." DEATH'S HARVEST. Jaa. Brown, (col.), the assistant on- ing not been determined upon, but will ginecr at the Raleigh Cotton Mills, was be made known through the daily papers thn larco eneine in the encino at an early day. One of the results hop- nil'IWft w. - o a I . . ... .... . while the mammoth . ' " wtsrtUl room vesteraay wheel was slowly turning. He reached down to wipe off the connecting rod when his arm was caught between the mammoth steel crank and the stout rod, cruahlDg it to a jelly, the bones flying out in email plects upon the floor. The unfortunate man fell back almost fainting. Dr. Knox was sent for and the man put under the Influence of chloro form so that the arm could be amputa tion of an educational society through which ihe enlarging interests of Metho dism in education may be concerned. .. University v. Klrby Smith. President K. P. Rattle, Hen. Jno. Manning and others, passed through Rileigh 3 esterday on their way back from tho tiUl of the case of the Univer- In Charlotte, on Wednesday after noon, Dr. F. Scarr, an old and highly esteemed druggist of Charlotte. lie was born in England, but has lived in Char lotte since 1855 let'. Tho mau is now resting a little bet- sity vs. Kirby Smith, which was heard ttr. but is still in great agony. Ho had before had one of his fingers cut off by tho same machine. Wearing Ihe KosettcN. Tho following beautiful and popnl&r voting ladles who wont from this city to .l.'u.rf ff o Renior OIaph Day exerci.-es nt CbuptJ llill, who uurd(d t -'ffos : MIhh Cornelia Roykin, of Baltimore; Miss Tempo Humllfon, of Pnlllmorc; Miss Mirv Philllpn, of Tutborr, and Mits Mil lrctl Hudger, of Ruleigh. Hurtled Almost to I vtxth. Xows comes to tho CiiiioMci.k from Bunoombo county to iho tffoct that a farmer. Mr. Ja. A. Bonhara, was almost I MH.f l o t'eath Wednosdaj, while at 'jH'"!! to tiavo a burning fenco. Ho at Ooldsboro Wednesday. Yesterdav morning at one o'clock, atter a half a night's trial at agreeing, the jury report ed that no verdict could be reached, 9 standing for the University and 3 for Mr. Kirby Smith. Death oi Mr. lco. IV. Smith. At his home in New Light Township, yesterday morning at six o'clock, Mr. Geo. W. Smith passed away after a short illnrsa with pneumonia. He was an in dustrious young farmer of 33 years, and sou of Mr. Wilhs and Mrs. Lucy Smith He leaves a wifo and two children to mourn their loss. The Chronicle sympathizes deeply with those bo sorely bereaved. Evaporated apricots, evaporated apples, dried apples, oat and wheat lUkes, hominy flakos, eogo, tapioca &c. EBEItUABDT & PESCUD. Chicago Produce Market. f . Til - S M T1 tiHKiAHo, jii., Apru iu. wneat was vorv excited to to-uay and strongest at the close prices being 2c. higher than those of last night. WHEAT Closed May 1.07: July 1.0G ouwn-tjiosea aiav ay4 Juiyo'j. OAT8- Cloned May 50; July 54W. FORK Closed May 12 95; July 13.30: Sep tember 13.70. v LAliD-Closed May G 97; July 7.25; Sep toraber 5.52. l UllJS-CJoood May G.12X; July 6 75; Sep Naval Storea. New Yobk, April 1C The market fc spiiita turpentine is easy; quiet lor the lo grades and easy tor the fine graces o rosin, and nominal for tar. The stock at Ne w lork comprises 13,903 barrels spirits turpen une, narrois rosin, and 2,128 barrels tar We quote. Spinta turpentine: Southern bar reU 39 cents: machine barrels 39K cents aiuttiu, nuraiueu i.yu; go l ao. l.o. w it.MiNGTON, N. C., April 1G Hnirit lurpeiit-ne steady at 3G. itoain closed firm auamea 1 2; good strained 1.27- Tar nrmat i.3;. crude Turpentine firm. liar 110; yellow dip 2.25; virgin 2.25. Bucklen's Arnica Saive. The Best Salve in the world for Onts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Corns, and ail Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no !"y re quired. It is guaranteed to ?ive perfect satisfaction, or money refunds Price 25 cents per box. For hv John Y. UftcBae. MLLEltS-Comroon 4 to 6 Good U to 8 Fine 8 to 12 SMOKERS Common 5 to 1 Good 7 to 9 Jtiue 9 to 15 CUTTERS-Common 12 to 15 Good 15 to 23 Fine 25 to 32 WRAPPERS Common 15 to 20 Good 20 to 35 Fine 35 to GO We hive established Toll Stations to be used by those who are not regular subscribers to the Telephone. Hmuld you desire at anv time to use the i'hone you can do to by call ing at A. 1). Royter and Rro's, 'i'hone 123 E. G. Ilorton's, 121 And I E. Tar ham's - 125 G. II. GLiSS, Manager. apr16-lw. Notice ol Jale. Neiv York Money Market. New York, April 1G. iioney closed at 3 per cent, the lowest rate tf the day; highest 5 er cent, exchange closed steady; potted atea 4 8!jK4.b9; actual rates 4.85V for 60 days and 4.8s(tS tor demand. Govern ment bonds clone-J ateadi : currency sixes 1.12 bid; fours (ccr -ns) 122 bid; four-and-a- halfs (coupons) 1 u! V bid. New York Produce Market. tLiOUli Closed fairly active and firm: nme graea Kpi iDg 3 IX3.50; do. winter 3.00 (3 7o; superfine spring 3.4l(g3.75; superfine winter 3 504.00; extra No. 2 Bpriog 3.75( 4 25: do. winter 3.604.425; extra No. 1 spring i.zowi zo: ao. winter iiUiZiSo. aoutherL Hon cloael steady; ti ado and lamily extras 4.355 2. WliLAT Options were heavily traded in ana dealings were attended with much excite ment. It wa3 an advancing market from start to finish, and closed 1 to lc. higher. Spot lota closed strong; spot sales No. 2 red winter l.ltt(l 19; NO 2 ied winter Mayl.l79: June i.iy8; Jiuy 1 i. t;t;UN li.-tions were active, excited and higher to day, and pru es recorded a ehar advance, cioeing c. to 3c. higher; nj-ot lots ciotea strong; spot sales JNo. 2 imxen imS2y; April 82:May 79Ji; June 77 uaid wptions Wjre ac lve and si. . g closing 1 to c. higher; spot lots c ..i- ii lc. higher; sp t sales No. I white 05; No 2 white G3G5; .o. 1 mixed 63; 'o. 2 miied G2X; July 01. l'UUK Closed dull; new mess 13.5Cl4.0(i. LAUD - Closed firm and five to ten poin s higher;; May 7.15; July 7.45. SUGAlt-Itetined closed firm but quid; ut-loaf and crushed 5; powdered 5; granu lated 1; mould A 1; cubes 4. COFl'HiE- Spot lots closed Bteady; tair I io oargoos 20. At administrator of tho ettite of V. Den ton, deceased, I will sell on Ihurs-:a Ihe 7th day ol Hay. 1891, at 12 o'clock m.. in front o- the store of Yanc.y .t Ktronacb. in the citv of ii,r. i a . " ruiieign, iour muit s, one mare, one carriage, one busfjrv. a lot of household and kitebpn fuini lire, a lot cf g .at', a lot of c ;ttle, ar d vanou-j other ai tides of rer&onal property. J. N. H 'LLING, A-dmiciet-atcr. Baleigh, N. C, April 10th, 1891. ap!17-tds Administrator's Notice. Having qualifie;! es administrator of the esta'e ol V. Denton, deceased, notice is hereby given to all parties having claims agnat said estate to present them to the undersigned at his office in Kakighonor be fore the !Gth day of pril, 1892, or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. J. N. HOLDING, Administrator. Raleigh, N. C, April 1G, 1891. d- w. - CLOSE BUYERS OF - Dress O-oocLs Are invit-1 tr inspect our magnificent as sortment o! Nuve ti-s and Staples. The new prices at Oi.-ce tommand your attention. 'hi e G-..'s, Em;.ioid.-i iea and Laces Gen erate enthuis-sni aiuo.nir ba.- ia huuteru. A '-.rxn-l cx' ib ot Goiton d-.-j tt.-ciall . & t- a, Jans and bjvs' w.ar. Th-'; Handsopieet Liv.e Gioiia biik Umbrellas tvt r ciiov o's and Ualtimore Produce Market. Cotton closed dull. Middling uplands 9 cents. tfLOUR Closed very strong; city mills ten to thirty-five cents up. Howard street and Western super 3.103.75; do extra 3.94.50; do. do. family 4.7&OS.25; city mills Bio brands extra 5.355.50; winter wheat patent 5.25 5 GO; spring do. 5.50(5.85; do. do. straight 5.10(35.40. WHEAT Southern in good demand closed firm; Fnltz 1.121.18; Longberry 1.151.20; Western closed strong; No. 2 winter red spot and April 1.14K1 .14. CO'tN Southern closed strong; white 82 83; yellow 8 i; Wettern cloted strong; mixed spot and April 81 bid. OATS Closed in good demand and higher, nngradeJ Southern and rennsylvarda Gi 63; do. Western wLite G3G4; do. do mixed G (G2; graded No. 2 white Gl. liY a.-Closed dull; choice 9198; good to prime s'..tyj. KOVISIOA'S Closed steady; mess pork oiu iou; ne.f 11. v, luiic meati lc.Be shoulders 5 75; leng cl-ar clear rib sides t; sugar-pickled houlders sagar-cure-1 smoked shomders han.s. largo 11; small 11 LAUD Refined 8. UOH Ld!i Cu sed quiet, very ttr(ng; fair itio cargof s 19 SUGAlt Closed very active, strong; grauu- iaiedi. vVHLSKEY (jioaed steady at 1.231.26. Ualtimore Rood Market Batvttmork, Md., April IG -Virginia forties 33; Virginia threes Gl ten VTOTICE.-Having qualified as the Kx l.y ecutrix of the late Daniel G. Fowie, deceased, this is to notify all persons hav clainis against the estate to present the same to m for payment on or before the Gth day of April, 1892, or this notic will be plead in bar of recovery. All persons indebted to the estate will please settle the same without delav. HELEN W. FOWLE, Executrix of D. G. Powle. dpp.'d Apr 16-lm. Hathawaj's Soul's a- d Ilai Shoes possess all the ooi'.ts ITiee So. Geo vels cl merit;. Specialty. riiigton'.- Fiuo of excellence. z'i hfcita s f ine Shoes ere mar 1'rice J3 Lalies Fine Shoes a The ratisfactory offerings we make through out the entire stock ensures quick galea. NORRIS DRY GOODS STORE. P, US,X A T II EM 1' M ROSES, ETC. J All the finest hi ysim hums. Best erer blooming Itose, in many srts Choice ever greens and Magnolias. Gre nhcuse and Out ir Tt''edam t'nts Cut-fiowers, Bouquets and Floral De-ig8. T,m,to, Cauliflower, Cabtage and i.t-grown Eggplants. Sweet Potato plants ready abor.t 25th of April. Lel- - j r.ulu uuun ami 1) ;uy. oeua ior cata logue Mar6-tf. H. 8TLTNMETZ, Florist, Baleigh, N. C. A TRl mi o o -o- o The clothes we hand'e are of the good, reliable, honest kind thit dr. n-f tional advertising to Iring their merito before the pe ?e reqUir 8ensa equal we take a , better or hner gartnentB in thesparts concePtl0E' aee1 ud make, our dre s and somi-dresa suits find no r,0. ai 1 -1 6 l d?cry the warea of others-we are not built that way-but pardonable pride m the beauties ot oar own. y j.nere is no tail .r living that can produce better raid than those we show ready for use. n, ur low Prices place them within the reach of the cnaS economically iac'-ned- in noint tilled ol P?if arment- a'e tar cheP the end than the cheap clothing Teclulively iStX. chacffMUar!u of superior why net buy the beet? iadymade. let they coat the consumer no more-then JL. MI8TAKE OlE O to HeuTSrnZ Suitefor boys from fourteen and eighteen . .7 v-n ! l. ttiv, WB OrODOSft t mvp. r.r. av, .111 count 01 ten per cent or the next six d Vs. Ynn : i ti nuiLi isu iu iiiLf en wcr n u. i'- v.vUJ. l UMUi i iimn you nnd tuem 01 count oi ten per cent, vou next six davs r,A t.o11T7-" "r" cve' sa,t greater Horn $5 to $10 at hW. uuuo tuen ci a-whera. and w,ftta . Z "Hi- k you ouy lor t age, utdthetvjaeii &c a Jritat .Tr Bya'18ui are far superior to other i s ld - bout here bv"1 edged this combined with the veiy low prices, will no dnbt rf this week and an oovItt .oil J , K . . aoaot rea s Cincinnati Troduce Market. PORK Regular closed 12.25i2. :7; family 12.75. LaiiD Kettle-dried 77. BACON Short clear sidea 1. WIIISKEY-Salea of 742 barrels finished goods on the baaia of 1.1G per gallon for high wines ' rv .. , . out hen Ta, 93 Y underwear to the '-'Medin W'Kana, v 7Ti"r Mi -avi i'tn 1 o"i . jeEtiO y'&bct our ;,: yeo ahov!l ; jiuc. uo iomcit? Kaihriygau Shirts nrl n-urQo.. A-1 A - - - -Lisle TLreade in p ain and feicy Yon tocS ' hexe, and atpncei that are rSte please you Pt'X If 1 V