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STATE CHKONKILE, SUNDAY, MAY 24
BALEIGH IN BBIEF. Index to Now Advortisomonts. Whitln cr Hrrta Pint hi nc?. McGee & Moseley-Shoes and Slippers, o & D.BerwanKt-r. Through on Sched ule Time. Norrta Dry Goods Store. Great Re moval Sale. J. S. Jones. Provident Savings Life As surance Society. W. H. & R. s. Tucker & Co.-Dress Goods for Tourists. II o! For New Berne. special notices. I THE WORLD'S COMMEKCB Keep both eyes fixed on the city of Greensboro. We have made some inquiries into the arrangements that have been made in regard to the excursion and pic nic on Tuesday next of the Baptist Tabernacle Sunday School of this city and find them perfect in every particular. Superin- Greensboro is a live town, its people tendent Bridges wii', it possible, secure are tnruty, prosperous ana pusmng. two engines to carry the train safely aDd Spiced Blue Point Oysters in glass, at Ebjrhartjt fc Pescud's. The Chronicle's Weather Iteport. . Washington, I), n. May 23. Forecast lor Virginia: and North Carolina: Show ers ; slightly cooler, except stationary temperature in extreme north Virginia; variable winds. For North and South Carolina- Gener ally fair; slightly cooler; variable winds. Maximum temperature .); Minimum temperature, f4; rainfall 0.00. Forecast: Much cooler weather, with fresh north to northeast wind; fair; cool Monday W II E HE TO (JO TO ClIU RC II . DaptM. First Baptist Church. Rev. J. W. Carter, D. D., Pastor. Sunday -chool at 0:30. hos. II. Jlriggs, Superintendent Preaching at 11 a. m. and S 00 p.m. All cordially invited. Tabrrkacme TUptist. Rev. Dr. J. J. speedily to its destination. Capt. R. H. Bradly will be in charge of the excur sionists, assisted by four courteous and kind hearted gentlemen Our highly csieemed State Librarian, J. C. Bird- song, nas been selected as cmet marsnai. He has appointed twenty select men as ms assistants, whose duty it will bo to look sfrer the safety and convenience of all on board. Chief of Police Heart t has very kindly consented to detail officers Lewellen, Beasly and Willis to go along and see that good or der prevails; it might be well to state that these oflicers will be regularly com missioned by the State authorities to pre serve the peace. An abundance of ice will be provided so there shall be no ex cuse for not keepiog cool. We say in all sincerity, lets all go and take good old New Berne by storm. Paintiug the town red means headache Office Furniture. Tho.se interested in Office Furniture, of any description, should not fail to see what we stowiu this line, Deks, chairs, W H & tt S Ticker k Co. Have you ever be n present at ?n old- tashioned bouthtrn iiuoccu- it not attend the lod ale next Wednesday the 27th, in Gr- e--sb ro Bivbcue and re freshments ?eiv 1 tree on tho ground. nrrim The Furniture Fair. The Furniture Fair htnl continues. Oar city friends, and visiting strangers may well f petul a portion of their time, inspecting tne specimens of elegant fur niture which may bd neeu in our large store-rooms V. U. & 11 S. Tucker & Co in th morniner Hall, D. D., Pastor. Sunday School at : ; 5. nrPVPnf if N. IJ. Broughton, Superintendent. Preach- latr prevents it. ingat 11 a. m. and S:uu p. in., uy ne. Dr. J. J. Hall. Public invited. jtlcthodist. Edenton Street Church" Rev. Dr J. H. Cordon. Pastor. Sunday School at 9:30. W. J. Young, Superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. and S:0U p m. by the pastor The public cordially invited. Central M. E. Church. bev. Dr. L.L. Nash, Pastor. Sunday School at 0:30. V. N. Snelling, Superintendent. Preaching at It a. m. and 8.00 p. m. by the pastor. All invited. Brooklyn M. E. Cnur.cn. Rev. C. O. Durant, Pastor. Sunday School at 3 p. m., Jno. Porter, Superintendent. Preach ing at 8 p m. Prayer meeting every Wed. nesday Lig"ht at 7:30. Episcopal. Christ Church. Trinity Sunday. Di vine service and Holy Communion at 1 1 a. oi jiem- service. n. m. Liiorai even ing 5:30 p. m. Services during the week: Wednesday 5 20 p m , and Fr day 10 a. m. AU Invited. Simmons Liver Kegu- vine service ana tioiy uouimumoi m. Rev. George Patterson, 1). D , phis, Tenn., will preach at this Sundav School at 4:3) p. m. Choi Lawn Party at the A. & 31. College. A very pleasant lawn party was given by the ladies auxiliary of the Y. M C. A , at the A. & M , college Friday night. The Chronicle is requested to print the following communication: Editor Chronicle: We, the Y. M. C. A of the A. & M. College, do return our sinctrest thanks to the Y. L. A. of this College for the grea benefit they conferred upon us in giving us such a nice lawn party. We also extend our thanks to the married ladies for their many gifts and hearty co operation. mere is a special reason wny we Big land sa'o m Greensboro next Wed nesday, May the 27th. isow is your time to make mom-v. Lots are cheap, terms of payment easy. Real istAte in this city rapidly advamiog in price, Diuitig Room Furniture. In Dinins Room Furniture the ten dency is still la the direction of Oak. Dining Tables Chairs. Buffuts, Silver and China Cabinets. Oi; these we show some narticularlv handsome n'.eces. in the prevailing styles. W. H. & R S Tucker & Co. (By The United Press.) Ne York, May 23, 1891. -Messrs. Hubbard. Price & Company, m cotton circular to-nigci, ness in Liverpool is small on account oi holiday in Manchester. Spot sales only 3,000 bales. Futures practically un changed, an advance of 1.64 in the near positions being the only variation we note. Here the trading has been buum and quotations at the close are identical with those of yesterday. aAmnt. ot nnrta to-dav estimated lHUV, J UKJ tww W v - v - rr AAA Kln nrfOinct 44- UolCo week, and l,23y Dales iue " last year. . . . , The spot market is quiet unccangeu. middling uplands io io; surca bales. . rnr Transactions in futures to-aay io,wv bales. Futures closed irregular, as iouows. f o w ma. v June July AUgUBt September October November December January February March Holiday in Liverpool to day Cotton. ON fill: :0: Our line of Summer mmfnrtibles for Men and Boys, Light-Weights Suits, Separate Cra.s ComlortiOieB iut everything calculated to kfr if nA Hcorea of lrousers, iu .ni.Vl1 . Mi :-ou at last Wi ite and Fancy Vests and BCoreB ui f&r Buperior to anything sho eainefl Jr,rDfaVrl tSe test of the most sKepucai; nener cast '""vValeot: more shat a Uttle exclusiveness of pattern shown cool during noi y ; c A fufl fiH , Sd our line lor Bummer will .stand the tea A Bummer will stana Tbut you land the choice ffch; ;1 or lv stand -ansi u.cofj-r.- aA thev can't Ret it. Yovj " " v.j'uoa mriTfi enaiare um - almost e wjuuuj o-- juur line j,. ( ou don't r . . c-i jnita nrA amons the most x rtnlar . j ri; Pnnr. intton VUl-ttJ r. - 4v: !,., .,;.U DUfFolu . V i. nlr riara Worsted bnits are mo uu6 "V Ui t. Feather-weight B ack Uavs Wors.eu neat paUtrna men. 'eatner-weis "f-r 7 f Ttrht- tfFeieht Coats an ihen the hundreds of Btyles in Ligh elf nv 5ody make up enough neat and tasty t uitJ to sun 3 8 61-62 8 73-74 8 8485 8 89-91 8 95-93 8 78-79 9 04-05 9 11-12 9 1819 8 26-27 The Best of 'Em Are Right Here. .. White a - T-J. gAS line is couiujoic j-"r' . . go at the rhte of 240 a minute, v ours City. Sale Fooulauon of Greensboro nas more than doubled within the last two years. The man that has mooey to invest could not do better than to attend the sale of lots next Wednesday. Buy half a dc zen or more, and at once erecr neat cottages on them. Houses are in demaud by a HnA trood class of men. Such inves'ments 1U1UI 1 V7UV Ul. UUVV4 ' J : 1 1 c t- er. jved umse f. The reason i?. that pay w ter win , Galveston .. . Norfolk Baltimore .. . Boston Wiimins ton Philadelphia savannah . . New Orleans Mobile ilemphia . . . Augusta . . . Louisville. . . 8t. Louis Charleston.. Cincinnati . . Tone 300Quiet 132 ateady Nonri Quiet Quiet Qaiet steady teaay Steady Quiet Steady Weak Dull Quiet Quiet 635 1550 3'J 32 3(3 925 11 100 Market. Beet. 8 9-16 166 8 1-2 763 8 7-8 8 15-16 382 8 1-4 17 9 3-8 life 8 3-16 821 8 3-8 1458 8 3-8 135 8 3 8 171 8 3-4 145 9 0-0 8 9-16 177 8 5-8 821 9 0-0 I 510! Exp. 1114 400 nKoota Tints nd Plaids, $1 to fa. -(TTTTirrfl JJQjJj-JiJi oJLilXLxO more popular in our House, &Ld is the line. SUMMER NECKWEAR is Here. Needs no Description It Speaks for it,Plt EE THE NEW STYLES. These are "quick glances at what people call on us for. Ask for anything 3ou need ttd expejt to find it. after all taxes and Church of tiik Good Shepherd. Rev. C. J. Winsjate Rector. Trinity Sunday. Sunday School at U:30 a. m. Morning pray er eermon and Holy Communion at 11 a.m. Evening prayer and sermon at S:30 p. m Servics during the week: Wednesday; 10 a. m , and Friday 5 p. m. Siats free. All cordlallyiuvtted. Christian Church. Christian Church. Rev. J. L Foster, Pastor. Sunday School at 9:3J. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p m. by the pastor. All cordially invited to attend. Presbyterian. First Presrvterian. Rev. Dr. J. S. Watkins, Pastor Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Services and lecture at 11 a m. by Prof. James Dinwiddle. No services at night. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Sunday School at Mission Chapel at 4:30 p. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all these services. HA LEIGH NOTES. the party was so lively that one of our "best" boys, who had long ago aban doned the idea of ever geiting married was seen promenading the grounds with one of the fairest girls on the Hill. iosurar.ee are paid. Rev. Dr. Patterson to l'reach. The News and ;oip In and Around the CuDitnl. Wise and conservative speculators are looking toward Greensboro ! The first Baptist Church will give a pio nic to Winston about the middle of next month. Norris's Great Removal Sale is limited to August 1st. He pays that his prices are irresistible. Are you going away for the summer ? For this reason Tucker's hfis provided a line of dress materials adapted for travel ling purposes. One hundred thousand dollars (f 100, 000) wdl be placed in manufacturing en terprises in Greensboro within the next ninety days. William G. Hill Lodge, No. 218, A. F. and A. M., will meet in regular commu nication on to-morrow (Monday) at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren invited. The surpliced Choir of the Good Shepherd Church, under Prof. Pauli, went at Henderson yesterday to assist in the consecration service's there to day. 'Korrect Shape." That is what every body wants. In shoes and Slippers, a fine variety of novelties are offered by McGee Moseley. bee advertisement. Whitine Bros', advertisements look like a picture gallery. They have an amusing picture in to day's Chronicle, and they have what is better a large and cheap stock of goods. Rev. Dr. J. J. Hall wiil occupy his nulDit at the labernacie church this morning for the first time since his re cent illness and is de.-drous of having every member present. The JustictsoE tne reace who were appointed by the last Legislature are COiniUg iu auu uamjiu. x . j. . una- ker of St. Marys, qualified before Judge Thompson yetterkay. There will bo a musicile at the resi dence of Mrs. R. C. Badger, Wednesday ovening at 8:30 o'clock, for the bem-fit of rectory fund of Christ church. Tie pub lic is inuited to attend. At the Flower Show given by Isabella Circle of King's daughters the receipts were 93, ana they realized s7 70 clear. This is a fine showing for this energetic Circle of Christian workers. The Governor yesterday issued his " warrant for the execution of U. W. Brad ham who was convicted of murdering the Italian Mocco with a coupling pin in Charlotte. The execution is set for Jaly Una next. If you are travelling, you always want to want to go through on schedule time, aid yju watit to go on the bast trains at a low price. It is the same way in haying clothes. Ste Ber danger's ad vertisement. The workmen began on the wood work at the now union depot yesterday, potting In the cross beams and sleepers. Most af the granite foundation is com pltled. The first story is to be of brown sandstone and the second of pressed brick. They will begin work on the brownstone this week. All parties, including the baby, re turned from Henderson yesterday. The baby, who is as lively as a cricket, has been turned over by the city to the county authorities. Judge Thompson Bays hb has had many applictions from parties who wish to adopt the little one and begin singing "bye baby bunting." lie will probably let some ono take her this week. We are pleased to announce that Rev. Dr. Patterson, of Memphis, whose ar rival we chronicled yesterday, will preach at the niomiog service in Christ Church to day. We call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of the Provident Life Assurance Society, of KhichMr. J. S Jon?s. i f ( e :usboro, is the man ager of Virginia and the Carolines. The statement of this company, as pub lished in the Chronicle, showed that it was in a very satisfactory condition and. that its business in North Carolina was steadily and rapidly growing. Parties desiring safe and cheap insurance would do well to get Mr. Jones, at Greensboro, to give the rates and advantages of his Company before insunrg One Day Only. Uq next U rid ay, Mav :y:a, we viii place on sale a big lot of five, six and seven cent, figured Challies at (.lc ) one cent per yard. Wo will not sell more ttan ten yards to each customer. This sale will open in the morniDg at 10 o'clock and close ia the afternoon at 6 o'clock. Just think of it a whole dress of figured Challies, 10 yards for 10 cts. Yours tiuly, D. 1 WIND ELL Parlor Furniture. There are many styles which may be chosen from, Empire designs in gold, Louis XVI in gold and tapestrj7, with the more modern combination cf gold frame? upholstered ia the richest silk tapestry, Lounging Chaiis and Divans, which make one induleut even to look at them. W. H. & R 8. Tucker & Co. Summer Excursion Rates. The Richmond and Danville Railroid will begin the sale of "Summer Excur sion Tickets" at greatly reduced rates June 1st , 1891, aud will continue the same on sale at ail coupon ticket ollices in North Carcliaa until September 530th, 1801. These Summer tickets are limited good to return at any :ime until and in cluding October 13-it, 1801. For list of ''Summer Homes," giving cot of board per d y, cjk and month, time-tables and excursion rates, call on coupon agents of this company, or ad dress, W. A. Turk, D. P. A., Raleigh, N. C. Jas A Taylor, G. P. A. Reduced rates over all the railroads in the State for those who attend the sale ot town lots iu Greensboro next Wed nesday, May 27ih. Erery purchaser of a lot will have his railroad fare refund ed. Refreshments served free of chw ge. A great crowd is expected. Parties from Ka-'eig'"?, Danville, Charlotte, Winston, F-yetteviila aud Wilmington will ba there. Wise mv?n know a good thing when they tee it. IVorris Dry (lootls More. The greatest place for bargains of i rv Goods Notions, nos in an Hat; Shoes and Quit's furnish 'pg k'nods, &u j ast about this time is uc Norris' Dry Goods Stote. Taoy aunouncd a great removal talo in to day's issue, and the short time in which they have to close out thir immense stock will cecessitate a sacrifice in profits and great cutting in prices. .Now is a good time to secure the greatest b3nefit3. Go and see them. Liverpool spot cotton closed steady; middling uplands 4 3 4d; sales 3,000 bales. Futures closed steady, as follows: May 4 45 MavandJane 4 45 - June and Julv July aud August 1 AuKuet September August and septemoer.. . o September and October October and November. 51 5155 The Citv Cottnn Market. Raleigh, N. C, May 236 p. m. Good Middling 8 Strict Middling 8 Middling 8J Strict low middling o Low middling. Stains K7J Market weak. Italeigh Tobacco Market. t Reported by T. N. Jones & Co.) Raleigh, N. 0., May 23 FILLERS Common Good Fine SMOKERS Common Good Fine CUTTERS Common Good Fine WitAPPERS-Comtrion 15 Good 20 Fine 35 4tf 6 8 7 9 12 15 25 to 6 to 8 to 12 to 1 to 9 to 15 to 15 to 25 to 32 to 20 to 35 to 60 New York Petroleum Market. No iLteiost was shown in the crude oil mar ket t -day and only two taJea were recorded during the day; June opened at 08; highest GH; lowest Cb; closing 8. 0 0 i 0 p 0 rH 0 HO eg ft u Pi rH rH WHITING BROS., Clothiers and Hatter, RALEIGH, N. C S-t ad 0) o a V Si o fc5 CP C3 pH o i-3 m O O C3 C o McGEE & W1QSELEY, AND SLIPPERS. (ientlemen's Kangaroo Shoes. Ladies' right and Peters' Fine Hand-Made JShoes aud Mippers Ludie-, Misses, Iloy and Children's Krippendorl and Dittman Perfection of Fit, The Catch ot the Season. Fifty thousand Roe Hsrricg from fa mous risnerios or Uroatan. Ot the tine Roe Herring we have handled for several years past, these are the nicest Eberhardt --- & Pescud Hates to Elon Collese Commencement, Elon Collese, N. C. For the absvo occasion the Richmond & Danville railroad will sell tickets to Elon College and return at the folio ing rates from points named. Tickets on sala June 2d, 3:1 and 4lh, good returniug June 6 1), 1891: From Ofaarlottf, N. C , $4 83; Greecs- lTr' o-.. Z1. tombstones, &D, vm for the nest thirty E 15 ' tJ "iv 'S,,.:' E'SX' M" ? flb"ea work cm yard at Kates from latermediato points in same proportion. W. For the Next Thirty Days. I have just added quite a handsome lot of new work to mv already larae stock of fiuishecl work in monuments and 10 per cent, below regular prici?, Chas. A. Goodwin. A. Turk, D. P. A. Tourists' Supplies. To taosfc who intend leaving early this season for a trip, we desire to call their attention to our line of Tourists Supplies, steamer trunks, gladstone bigs, English grip, wraps, rubber garments, etc. W. U. & R. S. Tucker, & Co Dainties lor the Tea-tahle! Nice cakes are never out of place on any tame. We otter a fresh lot of English snaps, viuilla wafers, lemon wafers, orange jelly (cakes), and dessert mixed. Eberhardt & Pitscud. W e Have Just Received A lot cf fine Limes and can now sup- ply our friends with that mot refresh ing of all summer drinks, Limeade3. d i . . nrecuption oepartmenr, m charge of Mr. Wm. Simpson, is given U i. . i x . -tT . i - ujr utmusi uue oi;u attenuon. INOtni-ig but the purest and most reliable drug used. ().xv stock in every branch com plete King & McGee, 101 Fayetteville St. ra ii liKMOX ELIXIR. Its Wonderful Effect on the Liver, a k - . . ' oiomacn, itoweis, jviuueys and ulood. Dr. Mczley's Lenon Elixir is a pleas ant lemon drink that positively cures all Biliousness, Constipation, Id digestion, all Sick and Nervous lleaaches, Kidnv T! T- f t . . . . diseases, dizziness, loss oi appetite, Fevers, Chills, Palpitation of Heart, and an otnerui.-eases 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 Ii. Mozlev. M. D.. Atlanta, Ga. Notice! Seekers of Health and Educa tion. Oar annual two months Normal will commence at Rutherford College on June 2nd, and close Aug. 2nd. We pro pose running a Normal for the especial benefit of State teachers and students whose health requires aumntctia air. We are situited only one mile from the famons watering place Connelly Springs, and board (for syndesis) can be had at $8 per month. There will be also a class formed in practical telegraphy,and we expect to have it taught by a practi cal operator. If you wish to spend sum mer in the mountains for only S26. and go to one of the leading Normals of the country, address at once, Arthur T. Abernethy or L. Bsrge Abernetby, Ruth erford College, N. C. m22-3t. Sew York Produce itiarket. FLO UK Closed dull and wean; fine graces of Mir ng 3.2o3 75; fine grades ot winter 3 -5(z3 9l; superfine spring 3 65L00; super fine winter 3.75(24.15; extra No 1 epring4.3': 5.5'J; do. do. winter i 4 5.25; extra No. . spnng 1.15g4 40; do. do. winter 4 104 40; city mills extras 5.155.4-J tor West indies. Sutkern Hour closed quiei; tiade and family extras 4 655.25. WHEAT -closed aKc- lower; spot lots closed dull; spot sales JNo. 2 red winter 1.11 1.12; No. 3 do 1071.8; No. 2 do. May 1.11; June 1.10; July 1.07; August 1.04. (JOHN Options were dull and weak, closirg 4c lower; spot lots ciosad quiet; spot sales Iv o 2 mixed G707: ; No. 2 mixed May 65; June 6''; July 19; August 8. OATb Options were dull and very weak, closing !2c. lower; sp .t lots clos d I 2c. lower; spot sales No. 1 white (0; No. 2 do. 54; No. 1 mixed 51; No 2 do. 49K; May Jure 48K; July 47. J POlik Closed dull; now me&ij 2 0 13.35. LARD-Closed steady; July 6.12; August 6.74; September 6.b6 aUQAK-Kefined closed fairly an i steady; tut loaf and crushed 5; granulated 43; powdered i; cubes 4; mould A 4 7-16 confectioners' A 1. COFFEE-Spot lots closed quiet; fair Eio cargoes 19. PROVIDENT SAVINGS LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. MODERATE PRICED - Shoes and Slippers, Don'tn Jrpoil Your Feet With CHEAP SHOES. BURT & PACKARD'S "Korrect Shape" Shoes lor Gentlemiu. BE SURE And give our $2 "O. K " line o: La liee Dongola and Goat Button bhoir- a thorough examination. TLey ait SOLID and made troai stock we ku --v ia good. Children's and Mistc-d oi iLe same. AIcGEE &; MO E LEY, 129 and 131 FaretteviUt' Street. -FOIl- Lowest Prices On NEW CATCH OF NEW YO SHEPPARD HOMANS, President. saves so num i:; premiums. We Are Fami'iar With Other Plans. We Helieve Ours to be the Best. We Ak You to Investig te it. Baltimore Produce Market. nominal, 'Middling uplands Cotton closed sya cents. KLOUll Closed dull: Howard atrne Western super 3.75 4.10; do extra 4.254 75 do. do. family 4.90a5.40: winter whAt r,.' 5 506.00; spriug wheaipatent 5.57G 00; do do. straight 5.00(g5 (i0. WHEAT ii outhern dull; Fultz 1.09 i.13- xj nvi.ij western ciosea No 2 red spot 1.12. quiet; LE3ION HOT DROPS. For couerh8 and colds, take Lpmnn Hot Drops. For sore throat and Bronchitis. fal-P. Lemon Hot Drops. ForpueumonU and Larjngetis take Lemon Hot Drops. For consumption and Catarrh foto Lemon Hot Drois. For Hemorrhage and all throat and lung disease, take Lemon Hot Droos. . An elegant and reliable preparation. 25 cents, at druezists. bj Dr. H. Mozley. Atlanta Ga. ocuoinur&Sun till aprl Where the Snow liirds et-t. For a cool place in summer; for health and recreation visit Linville. Grandfather Mountain, and the beautif ul region sur rouding them. Regular sales of real estate will com mence in Linville on June 1st. Resi dence and business lots, and suburban sites offered at private sale only. May 6-2 m. 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 evercome this trouble and restore the bowels to a healthy condition, thns relieving headaches,indigestion,piles and other troubles arising from a torpid con dition of the bowels aud liver. Price 25 cents by druggist and , W. T. Cheatham, Jr.: mr6D&W3m Henderson, N. O. CO.HN-Cosed easy; mixed spotG6; May 66: Southern oull; white 7273. ro.bt-losed 8tealr, No 2 mixed western 58o9. . iitfti Closed very quiet; No. 2 95. x iwioiuiM5-uic.8ea steady; mesa nork lit nil. 4-t.-vs-. " ' jt "w; "ew id.uu; Duiii meats. Iooi-a It You Want Protection Only, If You Want the Hest Endowment, It You Want Limited Payment Insurance. BUY OF US. .X. JONE8, MANAGER, GBEENSBO. O, 1ST. O. ma:2t-lm or- North Fish, I toe. Carolina CORNED SHAD, ROE AND CUT HERRING Herring Roe. pliart Bbls, y2 bhU snd kits, WRITE TO - W. C. & A. B. STROM GROCERS, Bakers and Candy M- nifa-turerv WE BAKE- The Bssl Bread in li 5 (No Alum Used). Special Trices to the Trade. oid feWders 5; long clear 6; clear rib sides S; sugar-pickled shoulders 7, isagar-cured emoked shoulcers 1; hams. Htl. LAKD Kenned & ' 8 x COFFEE Closed dull; fair Rio cargoes 20 SUGAK Closed firm; granulated 4V WHISKEY Closed quiets l.i2$l Y4 " H - Dry - Ms - Sta, Baltimore Bond Market. Baltimore, Md., May 23 Virginia sols. 34; ten forties . . ; threes 65 asked. con- Cincinnati Produce Market. PORK Regular closed l.t0011.12V: family 12 2512.37. LA.KD Kettle-dried 67.f 0. BACON Short clear sides WtllSKEif -ales of 909 barrels finished goods on the basis of 1.1 i per gallon tcr high wines. Great Removal Sale. Time Limited to August 1st. MUST UST BE OOLD JrXSE 8FineJ'W8 Goods, Great- MK.AUW Ul I. 1111. 1 111 Norfolk Peanut Market. Norfolk, Va., May 23 The Peanut mariet is firm; prime 3; strictly prime 8: fancy S. y Dries, handsomest Hats, cnexcblled, qualities of jiuieoi assimere. sunerb Bhnurio-r.F c.. -x "& W1 D"i Plain and Fancy Cakes, FRESH I1AKEI) EVERY I vV $83 Per Pound Was paid a few weeks asro in Loud'-- laud lor an importation oi AND Ceylon Tea. SHOES Naval Stores. New York, May 23. The market is dnll for spirits turpentine, quiet for the low grades ard steady for the fine grades ofrosin, and quiet for tar. The stock at New York comi riees 1,556 barrets spirits tur pentine, 15,153 barrels rosin and 1,120 barrels tar. Spirits turpentine Southern barrels 37; machine barrels 38c; strained 1.65: r. od do. 1.67 Our 6hoes are the best eold in Raleigh. Prices Made to Meet Your Wants. Great Place for our own mvom or Bargains. Wilmington, N. C, May 23 Spirit s Many Odd nrr1 T?rxa r t rpentine dull at 35. Itotin closed firm; and Ends for L6S3 Than Cost. India and Ceylon GUARANTEED Absolutely Pure. PMt tw... O.lXl Delicious. No. l quality 7Cc. lb. No. 2 quality 50c. lb. and tur strained 1 20; good etramed 1.25. Tar firm at 1.50 Crude Turpentine firm. Hard 140; yellow dip 2 40; Virgin 2.40. r:FAHLF.STON, S. C, May 23. Spirits Turpen- iiue sieaay ax au 1.35. firm at 1 Rjein firm; goodstraintd at h, Ga., May 23. - Spirits turpentine .36. Rosin firm at 1411.52. dution I??tage8 obtained in this great re ahopS, Prnm m08t. lucrati toS shrewd ComeP and 0U t-he reat b. u Bee- Tne pncea are irresistible. NORRIS DRY GOOD3 STORE. M lb. 25- V lb. Med ia Tin Foil Packages Only, and ttoffl Gftffi 10 apa ?375 casn Mmtai . "uVurerenCea UM0 Peryr andfn ?Ut?nUitrhe.dK S,aW Add?88. I N Rl't 'AS'iSnesi; moy Mata St.. LynchbnrVa.'