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ICS COMMERCE. I Markets iness World. Ijtquei i .i,)(t r00 Vt-ff r' Exchange ciosea quiet. 1 osteu rates 4?81i4.85; actual rates 4.80 for 60-day bills, and 4.83 4 84 for demand. Government bonds closed steady; currency 6's, 1.11 bid; 4's (coupons) 1.17 bid; extended 2's (registered) 1.00 bid: an Prices. hron on STOCKS AND BONDS. , Xkw York, Oct. 30. -Oregon (imported lsts) 1.00 J ; Alabama (A) 1.00J; Alabama (B) 105; Alabama (C) 95; Louisiana (con sols) 86; Tennessee (old) 62; Ten nessee (new sett 6's 1.06 bid; do. 5's, 100102; do. 3's 6970J; Virginia 6's, 50 bid; Virginia Ex. Mat. (coupon) 3545; Nortb Car olina 4's 97J; North Carolina 6's 1.20; South Carolina Browns 97. Baltimore, Oct. 30. Virginia consols ten forties 32 bid; Virginia threes 65aG5; Baltimore & Ohio stock 102al02; Northern Central stock G8bid; Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern, firsts 101 J; first incomes; 68 bid; do. second incomes 2835; do. third incomes 99; consolidated gas bonds 112 J bid; do. stocks 45J bid. 1 't "Messrs. York, ua. Prirt & Company, m circular to-niu, . Will lirothers of l0r ui;h j iaJ ml rais.nl the ll-my ; ,on estimate to rigui mn-j . 1 1 K,Jt0 a da-line 01 imom j York, Oct. 30 Flour iverjM)il this morning, ami j dosed steady. tine grades of 1 n ,l-tn of six I snrinf? 2.90(2)3.50: fine do. win I.1''"4 4 n t " n r 0 In iter d. 100.00. ouperune spring NEW YORK tXODTJCE MARKET. RYE Sstrong . and higher; No. 2, .100. " . HAY Firm. Good to choice timothy 13.00al4.00. PROVISIONS Firm. , Mess pork, 11.50 per bbl. for old; new 13.50; bulk meats, loose shoulders 6; long clear 8; clear rib sides 1 sugar pickled shoulders 7; sugar-cured smoked shoulders 8; hams, large small 12, lard, refined 8, crude 1. ;'. BUTTER Steady. Creamery, fancy 32; do. fair to choice 2830; do. imitation 24; ladle fancy 22a23; good to choice 18, rolls fine 23; do fair to good 20a21; store packed 14al8. EGGS Firm at 23. COFFEE Firm. Fair Rio cargoes 16 J; No. 7, 13. SUGAR Closed steady; gran ulated 4. COPPER-Refined closed steady at 11 Jc. WHISKY Firm at 1.25al.28. i,r !i (iron the opening here. ,t there was a slight rc en the day's receipts were 1. a little smaller than in Liverpool. The im- Jt was maintained to the ich was firm at about 2-G4 owest, but this market, Wins live points, lost it, o'clock was easv at about I A .... .1 .1 ..1. fj! price. v:ifi - 11 ciucft It was vervdull at a slight from the lowest figures. 1 1 in: was uuii'i ami suauy 1 Jr January." for the week at the ports p.OW bales against 40, wear, which was the hcav- of the season. prior movement will be Jfs. against 113,000 bales :n. stocks at the interior .1 gam about 30,000, and mint direct from planta- it to 375, 00bak's, against wta last year. pot market is ijuiet and icbanged quotations. Mid wds 8g. Sales 31 G bales, ctions in futures to-day )00 bales. s closed steady, hs follows: 8 1315 1517 24-25 30 47 4950 6162 72-73 8 8283 8 92-93 9 01-02 9 0011 COTTON. Tone. !s;' Steady '''i' Steady Nom'l Quiet trendy Quiet 1';' null Vvet Quiet firm Q'i.et Midl'g. 8 1-4 :-s 7 7-y 7 :-4 8 0 0 7 r-s , 8 1-10 7 i:mc 7 3-t 8 1-4 , 8 1-s :8 l it; Hec. KM 17 wo 81 TO 1715 W 450T 3.504.00; do. winter 3.653.90. Extra No. 1 spring 4.255.00; do. winter 4.00.450; No. 2 spring 3.854.10; do. winter 3.90 4.10; City mills extras 5.10 5.30 for the West Indies. Southern I flour closed dull; trade and family (extras 4.405.00. HKAT Options firm and frac tionally higher on the announce ment of probable partial or total prohibition of export of grain by the Russian Government. There was also considerable buying by foreign houses, but the local longs rapidly supplied all the wheat want ed and the advance did not hold. The market subsequently weakened, on selling due to weak cables, and prices closed c lower. Spot lots closed weak. Spot sales No. 2 red winter, cash 1.04; do. October 1.03; November 1.03; December 1.04J; January 1.06. CORN-Options were fairly active and weak, closing -tc lower. Spot lots closed lower. Spot sales No. 2 mixed cash 71; do. October 72; November G4; December, 56;j January 53 J. OATS Options were dull, only limited trading, closing c lower. Spot lots closed c lower. Spot sales No. 1 white 49; No. 2 do. 47; No. lmixed 37; No. 2 do. 36J; do October 3GJ; November 36; December 36j. PORK Steady but quiet. New mess $11.00. LARD Closede asier. Novem ber G.33; December 6.35; January C.45; February G.55. MOLASSES Dull. Domestic grades, good to fancy 2535. SUGAR Raw, fairly active and firm. Muscovado, 89 test 3c; centrifugal 9G test 3. Refined, firm; cut loaf and cruphed 5 J; pow dered 4J; cubes 4J; mould A 4g; granulated 44a4f ; confectioners A 41. COFFEE Spot lots closed steady. Fair Rio, in cargoes, 15 Futures closed firmer. CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET. Chicago, October 30 Wheat declined, on heavy sales caused by a report of the breaking of the drought in the southwest, and closed ljc lower. Corn declined on liberal receipts; uciooer i?c lower: rsovemoer 2c lower. Oata Were easy, owing to contin ued liberal receipts and the weak ness in corn aud wheat, closing c lower. Provisions were affected by wheat and corn, and were also raided by the bears. Pork declined 25c to 32Jc, lard 10c to 12c, and ribs 12ic. 5 O 9sy v Q Z 5 CO CO s 0 5 t- n . J O O ri u .u Ll n en 01 3 i S OH 3 O 8 ts 9 ? 3 o o o 2s c 4 K O J. J. TnoMAS, President. A. A. Thompson, Vice-Pres. B. S. Jerman, Cashier. II. W. Jackson, Ass't Cashier. THE COMMERCIAL ID FARMERS' UU OF RALEIGH, N. C, AUTHORIZED CAPITAI, PAID-UP CAPITAIi . 8500,000.00 lbo.ooo.oo tA fo W. Ii. Douglas Shoes. 11 not lor sale 111 your place ask yonT denier to send for catalogue, secure the asrency, and et them for you. A'AJlK o SUBSTITUTE. HIGHEST. CL08ING. WHEAT Oct., 94 93J Nov., 94 93 Dec, " 95g 94J Year, 94 93 May, 1.02 1.00J CORN Oct., 57 55 Nov., 53 52J Year, 45 45 May, 43 43 OATS Nov., 30 28J Dec, 29 29j May, 31 j ' 31 PORK Dec, 8.55 8.25 Jan., 11.25 10.95 May 11.55 11.30 LARD Nov., 6.07 6.00 Dec, C.12 6.10 January, G.22 G.10 RIBS N6V., 5.90 . 5.75 Dec 5.85 5.67 Jan., 5.85 5.67 WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? It Is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt the feet; mad of the best fine calf, stylish and easy, and becauj i make more shoes of this grade than any other vtanvfacturer, it equals hand- QR OO Genuine Hand-sewed, snoe ever oirered for fi!.()l lot cof V .1 f U(Km ... NTT rn-. 1 -viiOS Xlr.ti ,MAI5KET. 6 P. M .. c' 71 ' 'firm 7? NAVAL STORES. New York, Oct. 30 Market for spirits turpentine is quiet and steady at 36Jc. for southern and 37c. for machine made barrels. Rosin firm with a fair demand; common 1.32 strained 1.35; good strained 1.40. "Wilmington, N. C, Oct. 30 Spirits turpentine steady at 33c. Rosin firm; strained 1.10; good strained 1.15. Tar firm at 1.75. Crude turpentine firm; hard 1.00; yellow dip 1.90; virgin 1.90. the finest calf pnimla lsn.'h imported shoes which cost from fttt.no tn i9 m 35A OO Ilnnd-Sewed Welt Shoe, fine calf, p stylish, comfortable and durable. The best sooe ever ouerea at this price ; same grade as cus tom-made shoes costing from 86.00 to ft9.0). " Police Shoe; Farmers, Railroad 3Ton Pm and Letter Carriers all wear them; llnecalf, M-uimc!s buiuuiu msiue, neavy uiree soles, exten sion edpre. One pair will wear a rear. n n 50 fine on If i no better shoo pvpr ntTori nt. wfci this price; one trial will convince those who want a shoe for comfort and service. Gtf ZTi nml Workiiicman's shoes xrmu are very strong and durable. Those who have given them a trial "will wear no other make. E3nUcl &2.00 nm! school shoes are w j & worn by the boys everywhere; they sell on their merits, as the increasiug sales show. qHSao S3. OO Ilnnd-Hcwed shoe, best U ICO Dongola, very stylish; equals French Imported shoos costing from S J.00 to StfJ.oo. . l.ndieH' a.50, Si. 0 nnd 81.75 shoe for susses are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and durable. i;nutsn. ee tnat w. Li. Douglas' name and price are stamped on tne Dottom or each shoe. W. L. DOUGLAS; Brockton. Mass. For Sale by HELLER BROS., 7-3-5m. Raleigh, N. C. IVIcmrlc Yoi? rinen SMi 2 a Letter rf- ::c grer. s v. :th n i j t . r t . i : , , TT' Sent npou receipt cfi.Tice. hdiis WM. BAUMGARTEN, 21S E.Fayette St., Baltimore, Hid .Agents Wanted. oct3tf M S fi, S TUCKER & CO 'I EX! RAORDINARY OFFERING 84,000 to $6,000 a year assured to general agents. $4 to & per day to canvassers. A permanent and conven ien business. No competition. iiVery lady a possible customer. Address with 2c stamp. CONSOLIDATED AD JUSTABLE SHOE CO, Lynn, Mass. octd-eod-4w. Some New Arrivals. firm. I Ir.A . . was 0 . w'Der Per cent. BALTIMORE PRODUCE MARKET. Baltimore, October 80 Flour 'closed steady, unchanged. Western super 3.503.85; do. extra 3.90(S 4.40; do. family 4.50(5.00: winter wheat patent 5.105.50; spring w.'ieat patent 5..'50f7i.'!L75; Rnrino- wheat straight 5.005.50. WHEAT Easy. No. 2 red spot 1.02jjal.02J; October 1.02J; do. December 1.04Jal.04; January 1.06J; May 1.111; steamer No. 2 red 98a98. Southern .wheat firm; Fultz 99al.04; LoDffberry 1.001.05. & CORN Weak. Mixed spot 65; year 53J; January 5353; February 53aj53; March 52J 53. Southern corn easy; white 65 a67; yellow 63a64. OATS Firmer. No. 2 white western 38a39; No. 2 mixed do. 36a37. ' WE RENEW The Invitation! We renew our invita tion to home people and strangers to visit our store during this week. We are making a most creditable exhibition of Furniture, and this week will display, some styles that we have not hereto f ore. shown. Our exhibit at the Ex position Grounds is well worth a trip there. U&lUt mt 123 and 125 Faetteville St. We have just received a limited num ber of Children's Henrietta Cloaks, which we will close, out at $1.25; usual price $3. Our Millinery Department ia complete, aud we have received a new lot of Misses' Cloth Sailors, which we sell at 50c; sold elsewhere at from 05c to 90c. We have also received several pieces of DOUBLE-FACED CA1IT0U FLANNEL, for fancy work; scarfs, lambrequins, etc., which we have marked 15c a yard. Children's Caps in great variety, and all styles. Warner's Corsets for sate. . WooiiGou a Son, 14 E. Martin St. 7 'git I wUffifS Our large resources and special facilities enable us to receive onfjivora. ble terms accounts of individuals, iirms, banks and corporations. uur large steel and granite Fire-Proof Vault is fitted with time lock, burglar-proof safe, and with safety deposit boxes. We would be pleased to correspond with those who contemplate mak ing changes or opening new accounts. Our cardinal points: Safety! Promptness! Liberality! Courtesyll 9-30-tf Larger! Lower! Better! Better Goods! Lower Prices! Larger Sales! In fact, v -i'ti hrivinj: such a , tremendciF, tradt tvc. it alTw.t cvrtwbelms us! The pconhj r.eem to be lainirg frc m everywhere. :.rd making tracks for S. & D. JBerwanger's, the por Tilar Ptore o." Ral igh xfl tiie fctato of oith Caro lina, arid as our already 1mmpe f:il?.s a.e daily d ubliutr - foinedmf s more we feel that tbe people recop m'zo our gi-pei ic r efforts in s-enin. them nd always at the smallest ex reuse- es, we've got tbe trade, aiid e honesrjy believe that we should have, bccns we ihibk we deserve it. DON' Our presert jiand aiherinar of good from the fashion centres of the world is nothing short ot splendid. Indeed, we're not only f how ing tbe largest stock and best assortment, akd Laming the lowest prices tfor same qualities i o! any house in Raleigh, but ours i3 the peer of any House in the State. Peorle at a distance should avail themselves of the cheap railroad iate during ibis and next month and visit the Capital of t e Stte. You're welcome to cme direct to our store and leae your baggage (no charge and whv not buv your Men's and Boys' Clothing, Ha Shirts, Urdei wear, Hosiery, etc., ol the lowest priced house in tbe State? YOU GENTLEMEN Have you seen Owr line of overcoats yet? If not. come aiul take a look at them, and we will leave it to ou if we haven': tie finest line and ibore of them than ay house here The best and largest selection of sio overcoats is right here. The fine and finest overcoats are right heie We've enough fine suits a d overcoats to clotbe yen all, and even tbe FIFTH 3HKYI,aND RECil MFJfT, who will visit us next month. MOTHERS Your store at home may ba able to furnish you with a suit of clothes or overcoat, but if you are wise, you'll certainly take advantage of your- visit to our city and buy your boys' clothing at about 25 per cent, lej-s than yen must pay at nome. 'men to trunK now iuiiy your tastes can oegratii'.ea asio iasnion, color, fabric, make, finish, style and fit id our mammoth stock. Children's two and three-piece short parts suits. $4 to $16. Kilts acd kilt overcoats, reefers, Jersey suits, stylish and nobby, long-pants suits; and don't fail to ask to see the new line of flannel waist?. They are excellent. S. & D. Berwanger. visitors to tne Exposition Aie Extended a .cordial welcome to J.Hal. Bobtoitt's Di-ug Store. Fine Cigars and Tobaccos. Soda and Mineral Waters Are dispensed from the finest soda fountain in the State. Holiday goods; fancy and toilet articles such as soaps, perfumery, brushes, combs, etc. Physicians prescriptions filled with accuracy and dispatch, both day and night. MEM 2S3 FAYETTCVII.I.I3 2Plia.xm&ciit als!, IT O. J - -i