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, ll if it it a I L 1 I i i J 1 ,'f i - i r 1, "I in l-il in V- " " r '" ''' """ ' " ' RALEIGH IH HiiiEF. Index to Now Advertisements. Hlpli Toint-nig Sale of Lots. I. T. Swindell Are you Heady. Andrew 8ymo Administrator u Notice. W. C. A A. B. SU-onach Sioith Caroline Roe Herrings, to. The Chrouiclc's Weather Report. Washington, May S. Forecast for Vlr Kinla and North Carolina: Fair; Saturday nnd Sunday; bliuhtly warmer; Houthly winds For South Carolina: generally Fair; Hshtly wanner f.xcept stationary tem perature in extreme Southern portions (ieorRla and Alabama; variable witids. Forecast for lialtih: Fair weather; warmer. Maximum temperature 64; Minimum temperature, 3b; rainfall 0.00. COMING AND GOJNJ. gome of the Folks You Know and Their Doings. Make Micheaux Esq , is here. Senator Green was in the city yester day. r. .t n Rmwn. of Monroe. 1b in the titv. Mr. Judd Carroll returned home yesterday. Battle loft yesterday lor THE WOELD'S COMMEHOE. Richmond Tobacco Ir WTnTTwvn Va . May 8. i.-rl'" B. RALEIGH NOTES. The News and Goip In and Around the Capital. The Postmaster has placed two pack age boxea.one at the Agricultural Build- W at Mrs. W. H. Bagley's. Dr. H. Tarboro. Dr. J. K Pearsall left for Mors-anton yesterday. Mr. Vv. V. Clifton aud daughter went west yesterday. A. F, Page, Ecq., of Aberdeen, was in the city j esday. Col. Benahan Cameron went up to Hillsboro yesterday. Mr. John Wadsworth, of Concord, was in Raleigh yesterday. Mrs. E. P. Griffin, of Marion, is visu- ing and one at the headquarters of the Farmers' Alliance, for the convenience of tno public. The handsome Rescue Hose Carriage haa boon finished by Evans fc Martin. It was placed in the paint shops yester Mai. J. W. Wilson was called up to McDowell county yesterday. Master Lacy Alston, of Pittsboro, paid the capitol city a visit yesterday. Mrs. SteDhen Henley, of Silk Hope, N. day and will bo turned over to the Res- n is visiting Mrs. W. H. Worth. vu vumpauy m a lew uaya. J()g Holmeg) q the Universi. liOach Sc Andrews Ice i actory has ty faculty was in Raleigh yesterday. oiuncu ana win assist in koijiuk iuu By The United Press.) Ne YoasL, Uj 8, 11. Messrs. Hubbard, Price & Oompany, in their cotton circular to-night, fi&y; "Man chester spinners .seem to be satisfied to hold a large stock of cotton on the basis of present values, and to day bought 10,000 bales in Liverpool, closing that market firm. The early decline in Liv erpool is reported to bava bsen caused by rumors of financial troubles m Pari3, but our best houses here are informed by cable that the rumors are u-itrue. Our market opened steady on the crop onH at at a sliorhi. advance for too dis- taut deliveries, as a ower Liverpool wa avr.antoA in n,nK?.-er to our dec'liae of last evening. The continued dry weather throughout the cotton belt, and receipt of further advices reporting damage to growing crop from drought and cold weather caused the market to close at the best prices of the day and the high est so far recorded on this advance." Receipts at ports to-day estimated at 7,000 bales, against 8,793 bales last week, and 952 bales the same week last year. The spot market is steady at 1-16 ad vanoe; middling uplands 8 15 1G; sales 307 bales. Transactions in futures to-diy 37,000 bales. bacco at auc lion on 'Chautf. tu "'V, of to wer e so WANTED. package of which s) prfeage yew wesi iniabriobts; lnghctt p ice 21, and 3. pack- louaccu; uiguoo today: wrappers dark sales -v.s CM' ri.il l-T V'TH UUA .mr.Vnr O hhfl.: HIV CY I Il.'iu., Mia. leaf 15 hhds ; total 52 Lh l-.spccUons hhds. Keinspectiona ot bright 7 hhda; dra nr. ni-strflQ Tntp.mal revenue coilecuona t-j-dav were:'cigfri. &o , $332.8); plug tobac cos $3,418.07 total, $3 loo Naval store. York. Mav 8. The Afrcnta to canvass lor Life Aosideit Insur ance for & Life kmm Goapany. . . i i ry-t Write or call to see the unaersigneu m w eigh, N. O. WM. HAZLEHUKST, Gene-al Agent. turpentine, market a firm for the grades New stoidv lor spirits l.w irra.'lAa f.r t ate&Av tot the fiaO tnr tar. The stuck at New York comunnes 6o5 ba-rre's et irita i Hi tur- . 1 ll It I -.o la pcntiiie, 4,10 Darrein rosiu aiiu 'jua- f i i;,- U in f ! , a. - r V9.rrAla bi.iT3la iJDiie; at:aiacd l.o; 3DK; machine go. d do. l.vu. hirnfintino stead v at 35. Kosin closed firm; Kfriinfld 1 20: crood strained 1.25 Tar firm at l .50. Crude Turpentine firm. Hard 140; yellow dip 2 40; Virgin 2.40. Hello!!! Tha most delicious mineral water to bo found in Raleigh is to be had at King & MeGee's and we want our friends to come and see us often. Some time airo we called attention to the excellent supply of pipes we have in stock. If vou smoke cigarettes - stop it without delav and come and get a nine and be happy! bmok- people cool this summer. We know this to be a fact for we heard that never-to-be-forgotten musical steam whistle yes torday . The street hands are busily engaged on Martin street the street that is be ing paved to the Union Depot. They have graded and placed in the curbing yesterday. huu wm soon uein puuing uowu iue paving blocks. Dr. W. A. Lodge, who has been quite ill, was reported as improving yesterday. Mrs. E. E Mofiiitt who has been on a visit to Randolph county returned home yesterday. Mrs. John H. Winder, and Misses Bes sie and Sadie Tucter left for JNorfolK merchaum Futures closed 3 to 5 points Ligaer, as iog tobacco of the finest quality on hand, l ou will always oe coraiaiiy re ceived at King & Mc Gee's OF LOTS. Onew.-tk ago w'a commenced the sa! of bnildiuc: lois in Northeast Kaloigii, on toe monthly payment plan, or allowing tno pur chaser to pay one-lour ui rue prica ca-n aim carry the balance as long aa lorty years at G per cent. Jins Tiroposincn a&ionisi eu wo uan when they saw the lota and prices tecv w -ie still more astonished. The result wa tcat we sold more building lota last week than we ecver sold in haleigh in the game lpngin of time, More are going to be sold th s week. There were onJv ninety-five of them they will be all gone in a lew days more, x ne pur chfis are among the beet people of Haleigh. Wc fcre not selliag t' any but good pe r ie. ah white. If you would like i o see the e lots, let ua kn nv, and we will wait on you iu-itanter. Doa't look at them unless you want to buy; for you c-n't help it when you once see them and find how low they are offered. J. M. BROUGHTtN & VU. Real Estate Agents. may E-tl SU t 4i follows: May 8 (59- 70 June 8 76-77 July 8 68- 87 August ". 8 96 Heotftmrier 8 97 93 October 8 99-9 November -JJ neflfimbflr.. 9 0607 January 9 12 13 Fhrn.rv 9 19-20 Cotton. STRAW HATS How can they grow a pillo-tlip In tte midst of a feather-bed, And how can a horse fiy ov r a ship Or an ink-stand on its head? How can a wtecl-barrow anything, ind when does a butter-fij? viu tne garaen rasa useii next sprinf ' o pause lor a reply. Does Ihe apple-sauce the canvas-back, Or t'ie currant jell out 1 udV ' Does the raspberry-j im tho hasty naack Whi etha peich preaarves the crowd? And what wi'l th o;:s:er-stew i heu the seas hava ail gone drj? 'Jh-ise t,l.'iri:s concern both nia (and; nu Ue pauee for a xcply. -20 1-2 bbh. . LAST SEASON'S CATCH, North Carolina Family Koe Herring. $'.50 package. r f. C.&A. B. STR01UCH, GROCERS, Bakers and Candy Manufacturer. 5" -10-lb. KITS SHAD ROE, f i .30 tach. A Oapt. Octavius Coke, Chief Marshal of Memorial Day, requests that all Con federate Veterans in this and adjoining counties who can do eo, will procure horses and assist him next Monday as Assistant Marshals. The Soldiers' Dome is to be dedicated, and it is hoped there will be a big turnout. The Rev. 0. J. Tucker, of New York, who is spending a short time with his daughter, Mrs. Wayne Allcott, will preach in the Baptist Church at Frank- union, in. u., next oaouain morning anu evening. "We congratulate the psople of Franklinton on having the opportunity of hearing this eloquent divine. Tho Rt. Rev. Leo Raid, O. S. B , Bishop of North Carolina, will arrive in the city to-morrow morning, and will ad minister the holy sacrament of confirma tion during the day at the church of the Sacred Heart. The Rev. Father Fran cis, O. S. B , pastor of this parish will also be present, and conduct tho usual day afternoon to attend the closing ex ercises or rrof. Uates school. Miss Annie Collins, who has been vis iting in Edenton, returned to Hillsboro yesterday. Wo were pleased to see in the city yes terday Mr. Qid. Alston, one of Chat ham's stirriug citizens. J. B. Hill, U. S. Marshal, has re turned from Wilmington, where he has been on official business. Mr. and Mrs. Will Holt, of Memphis, Tenn., are at th Yarboro. The sister of Mrs Holt is at Peace Institute. Messrs I). A. and J. W. Page, of Aberdeen, who are in the lumber busi ness at that busy little town, weie in the city yesterday. Miss Mattie Fuller, is in Edgecombe county, where she has joined the merry party of Raleighites at "Dunbar," Mr. Battle's pleasant country place. Messrs. Chas. Parks, Earnest Martin, Thos. Ennis3, Dave Mebane, and Willie (icrmerly went down to Warner yester- City. Galvetdon .. . Norfolk Baltimore .. . Boston WiiminKton.. Philadelphia bavannah . . New Orleans Mobile Memphis ... Augusta . . . Louisville... 8t. Louis Charleston .. Cincinnati .. Sale Tone. Market. 153 steady 8 12 836 8teadv 8 1-2 .... Noml 8 7-8 .... Quiet 8 7-8 .... Quiet 8 3-8 .... Quiet 9 3-8 400 Steady 8 3-16 68501 Firm 8 3-X 800 Steady 8 7-16 1600 Steady 8 7-16 674 Stead v 8 5-8 I . . . . Steady 9 1-8 700 Steady 8 7-16 100 Quiet 8 5-8 .... Quiet 9 0-0 Kect. Exp. 13 s 344! 3720 3!4 2: lo7 7Hi 2o87 419 '292 279 150 le5 3168 224 m "abi 4062 2;7 Your attention is called to Cheatham's Pills as the best mild laxative in exis tence. They are prepared with an eye special to relief of persons who suffer from habitual constipation. These pills will overcome this trouble and restore the bowels to a healthy condition, thus relieving headaehes,indigestion.pile3 and other troubles arising from a torpid con dition of the bowels and liver. Price 25 cents by druggist and W. l. Cheatham, jr.. mr6D&W3m Henderson. N. O. NOW OPEN AND- SE3T.IiI3STO- 10. 10 lb. KITS NO. 2 FAMILY MACKEREL. In Liverpool spot cotton closed steady; middling uplands 4 13 lCd; sales 10,000 bales. Futures closed firm, as follows: May i 52 May and June 4 52 June and Juiy 4 55 July and August 4 58 Aucrust 4 tl August and September 4 M-61 September and October 4 60 monthly services at tho same church There will bo a meeting of the Cham ber of Commerce on next Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. A matter of the greatest importance is to be brought before it evon of greater interest than the Electric Railway, and we are requested to urge a full attendance and to extend the invita tion to all of our citizens whether they belong to the Chamber of CoL-merce or noL , , , . Mr, J. 8. Upchurch, of Chatham ai aiayor augers leveo yesieraay connty, was in Raleigh yesterday and morning two soiled dusky doves were UnM tho Chromip. thnt. mri An presented for engaging in a controversy went to his place a few dayg ag0 and bg huu uniuK wutuaKo uut butciuicu uy ta.n hnos and a .Inor Tho lntr and rmn The presence of Mr. Andrew Broad foot, of Fctyettevill, in Raleigh this week is a source of pleasure to his many friends. He lived here long enough to make a host of friends who would be glad to welcome him as a permanent citizen. The City Cottn Market. IUleioh, N. C, May 8- 6 p. K. Good Middling 8 Strict Middling iay9 Middling SL4 Strict low middling 8 Low middling 7 Stains 0.g7 "VfOTICE. Having taken out letters of X administration upon tbe ts-aTe of William L. fcrauuders, deceased, this is to notify all persons Laving claims against the decedent to present tnem to me on or before Mav 9th, 1893. All persons indeb'ed to the said decedent v. ill make immediate payment to me. Adm'r of Wm. L. Saunders. This May 8, 1891. lawSw, JOHN B. STKONACH, BROKER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT 5tron)vjh':i Warehouse, Wilmington St, HALEIGH, N. O. STRAW HATS. In all shapes, styles, coIcij and gradea. Pin Money Pickles, $1.00 per gallon. -AT- WASH'S Solicit Consignments of cotton, bacco uud Country Produce. To- Constantly on hand a full line of Clothing, Gent's Furnishings, Fine Dres Shirts, Hosiery, Gloves, Neckwear, Coll ir, uuftd, Umbrella?, Sc. WT Call and see me. D. S. VAITT, Agt , 305 Fayettevitle St , Oppobite I'ostoffice. mar 12 3m STKONACH'S BAKERY Btfet Bread in the State. li-iiit Jelly. Wine, Sponge, Pound and Smals Fancy Cakes of All Kinds. FEEII RAKED EVERY DAY. TO-DAY. WHORTLEBERRY r A2il DAMSON PIES The Ravages ol a 51 ad-O 05. polite society. Eich were required to contribute $7 '25 for this breach of eti quette. An clt colored lad who was hustling around and painting the town red was also required to make a contri bution to tho city Treasury. Prof. Thos. D. Hume, Professor of liUgiisn .Literature, aenverea tne an nual address at the close of Prof. Catcs' school at Garner's yesterday. It was a scholarly and eloquent effort and pleased the large audience. The exercises by tho children were pleasing and reflected credit alike on teacher and scholar. Prof. Catcs is giving tho people of that section an excellent school and deserves all en couragement and support. Funeral of Mr. H. T. OWeall. Yesterday at 4 p. m. the funeral ser vices over the late Mr. S. T. O'Neall were held at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Rev. Mr. A. B. Hunter offici ftting. hog were killed. The other went mad on the Ut of May, and after lingering 54 hours, died on the 3d. The dog was a Newfoundland dog, and came through Cary, from the direction of Raleigh. The women and children were so terri fied that they have not yet recovered from tKieir alarm Market weak. Raleigh Tobacco Market. (IvEPORTED BY T. N. JONES & CO.) Ii.At.Eion, N. O., May S. FT LITERS -Common 41,' to 8 Good 6 to 8 Fine 8 to 12 SMOKERS Common 5 to 1 Good 7 to 9 Fine 9 to 15 CUTTERS-Comnion 13 to 15 Good 15 to 25 Fine 25 to W WRAPPERS Common 15 to 20 Good 20 to 35 Fine 35 to 60 Personal attention given to all Conrigu monts. Prompt returns and remittances made. lUu'GT to W. (i. Strona. h marl8-tf ST. Y'S-SCHOOL. ESTABLISHED 1342. The Easter Term ot St. Mary's School Yill Begin THE jjjLfi " DURHAM, N.c El LrJ Rk Ijlk IPeP jfvk B CONSOLIDATE Januarv Stli. Chcnp Light Cheap Fuel." In another column wo publish an arti cle from tho Danville Register on "Cheap Light -Cheap Fuel." The question of cheap light concerns every town, and the attention of our readers is called to this article. The company is ready to make estimates for plants, sell town rights, &c. SPECIAL NOTICES. High Point is one of the most rapidly growing places in the State, and some 300 beautiful lots will be sold there on At the request or the deceased, May 12th and 13th. Don't miss the sale the choir sang "Asleep in Jesus." The following gentlemen were the pall-bearers: R. M. Andrews, C. B. Ed wards, P. W. McGowan, M. Bowes, D. O. Houeycutt, R. II. Battle. The floral tributes were beautiful, the casket being covered with calla lillies and lovely cut flowers, tho offerings of friends and relatives, thns attesting the high esteem in which tho deceased was held. The interment was at Oak wood Ceme tery, and was attended by a large con course of people. Requiescat in Pace." 4l Y M. C. A. of them. Railroad rates have been re duced for those who attend. Wanted. The address of the heirs of John Heard Lon. W. O. Miller, mayo lw Corsicana, Texas. . Dainties for the Tea-table! Nice cases are never out of place on any table. We offer a fresh lot of English snaps, vanilla wafers, lemon wafers, orange jilly (cakes), and dessert mixed. ElJERUARDT & PksCUD Atr You Ready? Are you ready for a white dress? If you are we are ready to sell you one for less mensy than you have an idea of. We have received a biz lot of White a All men and women desiring to aid a worthy cause should lend a helping hand . mm r a m to tne loungmeuH v,unsuau Associa- Dress Goods which we bought for lion in our city. JNew members are great deal less money than the goods needed and those desiring to join this cost to make, and we are efferiner white organization should band their names to dress goods for a great deal less money the Secretary, Mr. W. S- Stallings. than the same quality of goods can be A gospel meeting is neiu every sun- had elsewhere. day afternoon in some cnurch Next Oar sacrifice sale of nice dress goods Sabbath it will be held at 5 o'clock in the hae proved a grand success, and this lecture room of the 1st Presbyterian sale of dress goods at wholesale cost will church and Mr. W. 8. Primrose will continue until all our nice rl toba fmnrla lead. Every member of tho association should be present, and every one is cordially invited to attend. The ladis3 are always welcome. A Sad Death. Mr. W. II. Worth, of this cry has just received a letter from Mr. J. D. Henley, of Mooro county, stating the sad death of Mr. Henley's son Charlio, by a dyna mite explosion in Lawrenceville, Ga , a few days ago. Hi3 remains were brought home and interred in Cool Springs Church Cemetery. The Chronicle ex tends its sympathy to the family of ib deceased in this sad nfiliction. Duckleu's Arnica halt-. Tnr. Best SAiiVr. in the won i for Cuts, Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fe ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil Mains, Corns, ud all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay rel quired. It guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or monr refunded. Price 5 eenU per Us. 7 John y. are gone as we move m our new store August 1st, and we do not intend to move any of our present stock of nice dress troods. Remember we can sell you carpets and clothing right much cheaper than any one eise in town. Any thing needed in dry good3 should be examined at D T S ' j swell's The Ca'ch oi the Season Fifty tho ii ,nd R)o Herring from fa rnons fiV i of Croatan Of the fine H ilerrt'! w have handled for several 'nsp's , thpso are the nicest. Ersrhardt & Pescud. W heic the Snow Birds Net- or ;i cooj place in summer; for health ana iecreiticn visit Linvin. vir indfather mountain, and the beau i il nuion sur- luuuiug mem. NeAV York Money Market. New Youk, May 8. Hone rloeed at 3 ner cent., tbe lowest rate of the day; highest G per cent. Exchange closed Bteadv: potted ratea 4S54.89; actual ratea 4.Sli(S;4 S5V lor 60 day and 4.88l 88 tor demand. Govern ment bonds closed steady, euvrencv fcixea 1.13 bid; fours (coupons) 1.2J; four-and-a-halfs (coupons) 1.01 bid. New York Produce itSarket. FLOUB Closed dull but steady: fine errades of spring 3.003.75; fine gradea of winter 3 253.70; superfine spring 3.G51.i,0; super- nne winter 3.7o(fl4 15; city mills extras 5.15 6.4o lor West indies. Southern closed Jail; trade and family extras 4 755.25. WHEAT Ciosed lower; spot lota closed weak; spot sales ISO. 2 red winter 1.11 1.11; No 3 do. 1.18; No. 2 red winter May 1.11; do. June 1.09; JuJy 1 07; August 1.04. COltN Options doeed 11c. lower; spot lota closed weas; spot sales Ho 2 mixed 8t8J; yellow 82; No. 2 mixed May 73; June CSy,; July 6G; August 68. 0AT8 Options were moderately active and weak closing lc lower; spot lots closed xc. lower; spot sales No. 1 white state 65; No. 2 do GO; No. 1 mixed June 55$;July 55. POKK Closed dull; new mens 3 75t4 25. LARD-Closed irregular but steady; May C.85; July G 98. J SUGAK Befined closed auiet: cut loaf and crushed 5; powdered 4.; granulated 4 41; cube s 4.81. COiTEE-Spot lota closed firm and steady; iwir iuu urgues 1;',. Baltimore Produce Market. Cotton closed dull and nominally un changed Middling uplands H'. cent e-juva taosea dull; Howard street and western super a.BVa 4.10: do extra 4.2.4 7- do. do. family 5.005.50: winter wheat natent 5 505.G0; spring wheat patent G.006 25; do. do. straight 5.25g5 85. WHEAT Unsettled; No. 2 winter red spot i.ll: Mayl.l0l Southern weak; Fultz 1.081.12; Longbeiry 1.101.16. CO.tN Closed dull; mixed spot 70; June 70. Southern white closed dull 7tK77; yellow closed steady 7879. OATS-Closed dull and weak; No. 2 white western 6 t62K. ItYtf Closed dull; No. 2 93: PKOVISIONS-Ciosed dull; mess pork new 14 00; bulk meats, loose shoulders b; long clear 0; clear rib sides S; sugar pickled ehouldera 6", snear-curea smoked shoulders 7"; hams, llUW. L 1RD -Kenned 8K- UUifjfJ-JS Closed dall; fair Rio 23. SUGARClosed dull; granulated 4 44. WillSKEI-Closed dull at 1.24. For catalogue and information, address the uector, 8EV. BENNETT SUEDES. A. M., Jo S. CARR, A. B. AN DREWS, President. Vice-President. R.H.WRIGHT, ec"y and Traacorer. lan24-tf. Raleioh, N. C. -EARLY MIDSUMMER MILLINER Y JUST ARRIVED. A MOST F.XQUISITE LINE OF WHITE i'ATTERN HATS, Which must be seen to be appreciated. A.lao receiving almost daily additional lines 01 me latest styles ot Leghorn, Lace, and Milan Hats. For Ladies and Children. GAUZE RIBBONS AND M MOST LIBERAL and REMARKABLE ANNOUNCEMENT. he Consolidated" Controls w in profusion cargoes Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, 111., - May 8. -Wheat closed at 98 Receipts 77 cars. Corn closed at 59. Receipts 387 cars. Oata closed at a decline of yo. Receipts 252 oara. The provision mar ket was raided by short sellers at the opening, and prices drop'ped. Upon tho shorts at tempting to crsver there was a sharp recovery. There was afterward a reaction, h jwever, and the market clossd at a practical decline WHEAT Closed May 1.01; July 98; September fi5. CORN Closed May G4; July 9W; August 53. OATS Closed May 50; July 4G; Septem ber 34. PORK-Closed May 11.87$$; July 12.1 September 12.37 LARD Closed May 6 52; July 6.7-5; Sep tember 7.02. RIBS Cloaed May 6.1 2; July 6 22K: Sep tember 6 52. GAUZES IN ALL THE FASHIONABLE SHADES. Of Land immediately adjoining TheCampus of Trinity- College, which hai bn LOTS 50 BY 140 FEET. The Lots are well located and are situated upon Streets 60 Feet Wide with a Rear Alley of 20 Feet. The location is admirable for Stores, Restaurants and Dwelling. Persong d.tlrlne to " buy or build," in order to educate their boys can do no better aUrlDe l than buy one or more of these lots. IT IS THE PURPOSE OP THE CONSOLIDATED TO OFFER, for tLo prexnt onlr. 800 OF VTHESE LOTS, ?hedP?oSyn are ?ld' erect Pn some Portion of OTTOM FACTORY, $125,000 OnI XT nUttvtr. T"I1 Jf A. and to sir nnl v iZ i?-tV-aciVf?,,or.Iio,,e,7 Underwear, Ac, to cost $50,000, ana to supply the Knittiner Mill with a CASH WORKING CAPITAI or 95,000, making total outlay for Children's Lace Cap3 in Great Vanetv. Our prices are very reasonable, and garantee e.tiro satisfaction on all orders irueiea to us. we eE- Your patronage respectfully eolictited. York Millinerv Bazaar. . j 211 FAYETTEVILLE STREET. aprl8-till july 1. WANTED -DETECTIVES -Bright o t young men in every locality, to act as Private Detective, for the oldest Detec tive Agency of this nature in the country Incorporated in 1S79. Send Stamp for fuli OFT?? T?VF ffrSv WASHINGTON T Ul . ttSll- mgton, Iowa apr30-3 m. Regular sales of real estst will nience in Linville o- Ju.ie Ut. ucuue ana businrv- sites offered at p May C-2 m. tb, alid su' v a sale only. c m- ll -A- ban Cincinnati Produce Market. PORK Regular closed 12 1012 12K; fanaily 12.37. LARD Kettle-dried 77V. BACON Short clear sides 7.C5a710 WaiBKEY-ale8 of 906 harre finished goods on the basis of 1.17 per gallon for high wines. SPECiaLTIE s. Refrigerators, VVier Filtnre and Coolers, loo Cream Fieizer, Ici rushers sr-d Vbaea Wire dieh Covers. ( rcqetSets, Hammocks, fly Pars and Traps Oil Stove, and . Bath Tuba for Inf ants and Adults, And a General Lino of- HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, All at the Lowect Priees ax.r24-2m W F HUGHES. 1 A2m' Raleigh, N.c, NITTING Mil, A S75.000 GRAND TOTAL OP IN IMPROVEMENTS In the line of Industrial Enterprises upon the property. TO EVERY PURCHASER of S400 of this magnificent property, the " CONSOLIDATED " will ' r FIVE SHARES, PAR VALUE 825 PER SHARE, . . -S125 r'PPilf J Pa non-assessable In the Cotton Factory, and M I CSUfl 1 THREE SHARES, PAR VALUE f5 PER SHARE, -3i J full paid and non-asKASKoHia r t-. ' " " Makinq a return to Mrh P..u -rl- W00 Prnnfu OT Of the j Property of $200 we., isted STffirS industrial EntAPnMCAc WVi The CONSOLT r. 4 tpti onnfiinfl l ii . . "Sieves tnat the ahnvA l ti, offer is Bo liberal that d "fhat .has come before ihenA 'i? the most application to , pwviiv duu rnce 1,1st Tif thA that every purchase of sm carries elUhareVof Strvir t- .