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She gaila Jtate Cluonidc, au. 20, 1892.
morntns on I itPS 1V. !ot-l' aNevvsbv Wire ets of the ! 1 -..sines? World. to farm with 1-16 advance at Mem- 528,000 bush.k in rh. i nnis nrif Anmic(n i ' - THp w ma. j fasage, iu oppression or the tor- mer quotahons. Middhng uplands foreign bnying. The market con- TW. V 5 tinued weak throughout the morn- lransactions in futures KQnnn u rv . n , , , hales uui uuer mia-aay rained sharp- j?,,.,, , j , -i v prices advanced, closing i to Futures closed steady, as follows: c. higher. Spot lots 1c. lower. Januj iry. 7 28- WERE )lS ,,rp, that the Receipts sr f t y n Hit co ao it rv: ti , . J ulrr I 5 do. January 1.02; do. Febru ary l.02; do. March 1.03; do o7 58 April 1.03: do Mav 1 02 6970 CORN Options were fairly ac- nt i !r an A re rage of JO Jr Cent. Carontale's United Press Leasfd Wire. March April May lune July August 7 September 8 October 7 COTTON. i 7 7 7 7 UAlb ljuiet; No. 2 white western 39; No. 2 mixed do. 37 ia 38. RYE Quiet. No. 2, 94a95. HAY Fi.m. Goodo choice tim othy 13.50al5.00. PROVISIONS Firm. Mess pork, 11.00 per bbl. for old; new 13.50; bulk meats, loose shoulders clear 6j; clear rib sides 3. 4 63; 1 long 5, ou-H.r picKiea shoulders tilt: sugar-cured smoked shoulders 7J; hams, large 10; small 10, lard, refined 7-Ja8, crude 6. BUTTER Active. Creamery, fancy 31a32; do. fair to choice 27a 30; do. imitation 24a28; ladle fancy 23a24; good to choice 19a22, rolls, fine 20; fair to good 17al9; store packed 15al8. EGGS Weak at 22. COFFEE Steady. Fair Rio cargoes 17; No. 7, 13 J. SUGAR Closed steady; granu lated 4. COPPER Closed fined llaOH. WHISKY Firm at 1.27 SU 81 tive and irregular, with changes con 9091 fined within narrow limits. SDot no nn h I ij0 lots closed firmer and sliehtlv higher. VO U 5DOt sa PS Nn 9 m? A Ton 1213 uarv 50: do Fhrnt, n. An March 50J; do April 49; do. May CITY. f 1(1 iVI accrc '.vlM.' .i:tl . J,, i'tUTOl ill ,.;pilar to-nisht, say: 1 , , ..The advance oi yeMeiuujr m, !,i:..tni ;i resDonsive mi- of from 4 to b sixty TUrnnol to-dav. The Ul'v the Saici market lavement fourths in itions were 0? Norfolk... Baltim'r.. Boston.. . . Wilmg'n . fhila avan'h... ST. Orl'ns. Mobile ... Memphis . Vagnsta.. Cinciu'ti .. Liou'ville . -5t. Louis,. TOO 200 3500 171 ""35 800 Tone. Firm Nom'l Steady Steady Firm Steady Firm Firm Quiet Steady Firm Finn jMidl'g. Rec. 49. 0 15-10 "7'1-A " 7 9-10 '7' 00" 0 13-10 7 0-0 0 7-8 0 7-8 7 14 7 3-10 7 0-0 OATS Options were dull but firm, closing slightly higher. Spot lets closed better. Spot sales No 1 wmte 40: No. 2 do. 33: No. 1 1591 1301 120 I I A. M I TIT iV 1 100 mixed 38; No. 2, 36; do. Jan -4 b. 12135 xto Yl IT r.'r.t. XT n t - 10.50. uary 36; do. February 36; do. March 37. 4 40i 402 395 1955 steady; re- Worst Form f LaGrippe 1 a mm bureo in 24 Hours. Can Such Men be Bought? No, They are Not (or Sale. B'ow we Lrive the names of som nf the best known men in the United states, who voluntarily gave their tes timonials of cures made by the use of KING'S ROYAL GERMhTUEH. Among them were many old chronic cases of from ten to twenty years stand ing. We ref the reader to any of the names given oeiow C laliripne and Dvsrxnsla. . -r V . I del pe 852 LARD Dull and irregular, closing slightly changed; January 6.65; February 6.67; March 6.75; Livemool snot cotton fkirl v ana nrm ai i-ionmner. Middling uplands 4 1-1 6d. Sales 10,000 bales. Futures steady. strongest .J tic entire nsi i . . . ?aies were iu,uuu oaies. f i . i Yarn; sire quoted as in moueraie nj-md in Manchester while cloths T m m ..u Tn ow lork orices are iietiuy. i hTe shown some hesitancy, and 1 o'clock quotations had been ljo;h four points above and below the closing figures of yesterday. Stri(jt Middli ' " ;; 7i The nt-rvousness of the market be- Middling, 7 rme evident almost immediately Strict Low Middling 6a6 ftertbt1 opening which was at an Market quiet. The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, Jan. 19 6 P. M. Good Middling, 7 J Low Middling advance of from 3 to 4 points and r-jalizinu' sales on the part of some bulls was the result. So vigorous lithe insistence upon the theory that the light receipts are the re d of the bad weather that the lulls themselves are hardly willing to believe it possible that as yet their oft predicted predictions have W.n realized, and their theories of & moderate crop justified. Our Soiitkn advices do not, however, indicate that the weather at the M has been any more inclement than usual at this season of the ytar, and we doubt if the falling off in the receipts is in any marked degree degree traceable to this cause. Advices to-day from Rome, Ga., under date of the 1 7th instant, says: 'The indications are that the re fcipt "A ill fall off from now until the first of September an average ot 40 per cent., and we think it llk,-lv that the guano sales will be torn 35 to 50 per cent, under last Jc:t'- A late cable from Liverpool, receivetl about 1 o'clock, says 'Manchester decidedly better in t"Rt-; spinners becoming uneasy, a may buy freely soon, unless JJir market fails to advance there l)' discouraging purchasers.' After the market was quiet but 'y, closing finally very steady w mghest ot the day and about points over last evening. Re- turn out to be smaller tllan expected. The port vement for the day if only 19,- against 30.000 last year. Re - f at the interior towus of Mem- Augusta and St. Lou 0nly 1,057 a2a Stains 5a6j Raleish Stock 'Market. Quotations of the Inter-State Trust ana .Brokerage uompany. Ralkigh, January 10, lb02. North Carolina O's 122 hid. North Carolina 4's 97 1-4 bid ; . . asked . W. N. C. R. R. 6's . . bid; M 1-2 asked, N. C Agricultural Society 35 asked. Raleigh Street Railway O's 55 asked. Citizens' National Bauk 120 bid. Commercial and Farmers Bank 100 bid :1 02 asked. National Bank of Raleigh 119 bid. Raleigh Savings Bank 128 bid. Raleigh Cotton Mills 80 hid lex div: ST asked. North Carolina R.R.I 03 bid. N. C. C t Company 110 asked. Caraleigh Cotton Mills .... aked Caraleich Phosphate Mills 100 bid. North Carolina Wagon Company qualities ofc reamery; State extras !3Ha32. CHEESE Trading tair with prices firm. State factory full cream, choice 1 Hal 2c. EGGS Quiet and easier. State, fresh 25; Western 24a24. MOLASSES Steady. Domestic grades, good to fancy 2535. SUGAR Raw weak with slow inquiry; centrifugal 96 test 3 3-16a 3i; refined steady; cutloaf and crushed 5J; powdered 4 5-16; granu lated 4 3-16a4 5-16; cubes 4 5-16; mould A 4; confectioners' A closed 4 1-16. COFFEE Spot lots closed A. dull. Fair Rio, in cargoes, 16 Futures closed steady. Rio or San tos No. 7, January 12.65. Naval Stores. Wilmington, N. C, Jan. 19 Spirits turpentine steady; quoted at 31; Rosin firm; strained 1.15; good strained 1.20. Tar steady at 1.35. Crude turpentine steady; hard 1.00; yellow dip 1.90; virgin 1.90. New York, Jan. 19 Market for spirits turpentine is strong and higher, 32a35; the latter for ma chine barrels. Rosin quiet but steady; strained 1.35. good strained 1.40. Charleston, S. C, Jan. 19 Spirits turpentine firm at Rosin firm at 1.20. 66 Rheumatism. Fifteen veaxs stHndin?- Mrs M Fanner, Atlanta, Inflamma tory Rheumatism. Ten vears standing. J B Le?c, Louis, Catarrh and Ls- M 1 Whitman, St Louis, Eczema. t .ev0P.b Hens(,D; D D Chicago, cured j Dyspepsia and IaCrippc. of LaGnppe and CUarrh. Rev V G ECunninchara, I) I). Nah l?en Jas Lonestreet. Gainesville- fin i -uio i q t t.r, t Dyspep&ia andlnsomma. D C McAlister, Chicauo. i-iGripi unppe. tworst lorm.) Rev J B Hawthorne, D D, Atlanta, Catarrh. (Twenty years stand'.ng.) Gen G P Turner, Attorney General of Tennessee, Rheumatism. Twenty years standing:. Ex-Gov. R. Hubbard, Texas. Mother cured ot Dyspepsia and General Debility. G Yv. Armstead, ashville. Tenn. LaGripne and Nervous Debility. Kev barn i Jcce-?. Cartersville. lfe cured of Nervous Headache. Twenty years standing. Dr J H Pearson. St Louis, Mo. Stom ach and Kidney Trouble E F Mnall. Atlanta.Astbma. Twenty six years standing. Kev C & W right. Chattanooga. Tenn. Son cured of Epilepsy. Six years stand ing. R B Jones, Norfolk. a, Nenralszia and laGrippe. Rev W B Morris, Ashley, 111., Spinal Mrn;n:etis. Dr. 3 Coleman, Libert-, Kansas, La Grippe and rlhenmatisin. Wry seer. S M Setor, Cliitagi., La Grippe and Rheumatism Rev G W Ciark, McGregor, Tex:-s. Child cured of Summer Comprint. J JScrugcb, SIdon.Miss. i.'tiM -tired of Summer Complaint. Hon II J Chamberlain. Chii i-c, It Giippeand and Dysp-psia. J. IL J-hawhp.n.Cynthiana. Ky., 1'ar-v alysis. Eight yt-ars sandl g. r bray, i'iiuat Uhio, rheumatism and IalaGrippe. John F. Gosinan, cininnhti, Ohio, LaGripreard Rhenmtism. Rev Samuel H Schwartz, Chicago, Catarrh and LaGrip.e Rev W H We'ls, Birminghirn, Ia Grippeand Rheur.tim. Rev K li Kien .1) l), lxuiville, Ky, B W Cheek, Norfolk, Virginia, La- j Neuralgia and Pebilitv. 0c common) 25 asked. North Carolina Wagon company preferred) TO ask ed. is are ainst 3,851 last year. l0rt movement, nf tbo xue.fz , - - v VUU V VX& J'1'11)' likely to exceed 11,000 hilw tin interiar movement 'wtobe only 23,000 8?Hmst ,000 last year. enot believed that this remark a hi,, t ii. , ;MU,,1SotV was largely due to ' rather the market wo j CtU .arply and should next a f Pl'Ve Uie bad weather theory a ucy, the short selling has been J e lctd upon it will result disas- lrojtothe bears." 19 OfSf lptS .at tlie Prts amount to -o-wiBt ov,uuu oaies lasi New York 3Ioney Market. New York, Jan. 19. Money closed at 2 per cent.; the highest rate was 21 per cent. Exchange closed steady. Posted rates 4.83a 4.85; actual rates 4.82a4.d tor 50-day bills, and 4.84a4.85 for demand. Government bonds closed quiet; currency 6's, 109 bid; 4's (coupons) 116 J bid; extended 2'e. (registered) 100 bid. Stocks and Bonds. New York, Jan. 19. Oregon (imported lsts) 102; Alabama (A) 103; Alabama (B) 105; Alabama (C) 92; Louisiana (consols) 84; Tennessee (old) ...; Tennessee (new seO 6's 106; do. 5's, 97; do. 3's 69; Virginia 6's, ... bid; Vir ginia Ex. Mat. (coupon) ... bid; North Carolina 4's 97; North Car olina 6's 122i; South Carolina Browns 99 asked. Baltimore, Jan. 19. Virginia consols ... asked; do. ten forties 35 bid; do. threes... asked; riaiumore & Ohio stock 92ja94i; Northern rwral stock 69 asked; Baltimore " " " - - . - o & Obin Southwestern, farsts lUlj n!02: first incomes o asked; do. second incomes ; do. third bl- fnnsolidated eras inooiuco ... jo bonds 111 bid; do stock 47Ja48. Chicago Produce Market. CniCAGO, 111., Jan. 19. Wheat was very weak until the last hour when reports concerning the immi nence of war with Chile completly changed the sentiment of the trade. The early decline of lc. was recov ered and a gain of lc. over yester day at the close added to the price. Corn and oats followed the fluc tuations in wheat, and at the close 'showed no change. Mothers Friend" muhes child birth easy. Colvin, Iia., Dec. 2, 1886. My wife used MOTHER'S FRIEND before her third confinement, and says she would not be without it for hundreds of dollars. DOCK MILLS. Sent by express cn receipt of price, il.50 per bot tle. rSook lo Mothers " mailed tree. - BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., ron calk BVALLORuaaisTs. ATLAITA, QA. Grippe. Rev M C Coie, New Orleans, Rheu matism and Dyspepsia. Col 1 W Avery, Atlanta, Kidney Troubles and Paralvsis Major Charles W Hubner, Atlanta, Nervous Prostration. Mrs Mary A Atkinscu. AtKnta, Asthma. (Twenty eiiht years stand ing. Rev A J Lawless, Winchester, Kas, Inflammatory Rheumatism Worst form H S BlacknalL Atlanta. LaGrippe. Worst form. Cured in 24 hours. Hon J R Lyle, Senator 27 th District, Ga. Wife cured of Neuralgia. W E Shepperd, Athens, Ga. Inllaraa- torv Rheumai ism. Severe case. Mrs Joe Davis, Piano, Texas, cough and Hemorrhage Rev A a Vauglian, Canton, ueorgia, reuralsia and Liver Trouble. Dr O P Stark, Alexandria.La, Asthma rom infancy. Rev W R Gwaltney, Greensboro, JN Rev; G W vivu, Na-hville. Tenn- ville, Tenn,. Dyspepsia and 1 aGrippe. The lamented tlenrv v (jrady. said of Gkrm ATrtK 4 I believe it to be the Tjltima Thule of Medicines." We could fill this paper with names of people who have leen cured of dis eases by the use of Kiss's Roval Geu- metuer, but consider aboe rumcient We are having with us, and all over the country, the dreadful scourge La Grippe Hundreds are being cured right here at our doors in a few hours by taking two teapoonf ill of tier metuer in one-hall clu of hot water every hour for it or eight hours. It is as pleasant to take as a glass of lemonade. For tale at $1 per bottle by all Druggists. Manufactured by KING'S ROYAL GKKMETUER CO., aiel&w-tf Atlanta, Gn. For sale by JOHN Y. MM KAK, Druggist, Raleigh, N. C. IT MAnOTflMJC TREATMENT III IIIHIIUI VII w FOR THE CURE OF Nerrous Debility, Lost Manhood, Impotence, IjucIk of DeTelopmnt. Hidney and Bladder Disorders. Night Knreats. Varicocele and all diseases brought ou by impruaence or neglect. YVifaom fetoiuacn .raeaicine. failed in ten years, illustrative sent sealed. Address, EDY CO. 19 Park Place. New York.N.Y. Uoroupni ou ny Without Has never fail Treatise free. KARST0M REM ED' The provisions market was also Jan i-iy.r&7 weak until the Chilean war very cloud burst in the pit. The decline for the day in pork and lard was 2c. and in ribs 2$ to 02. bales If it HIGH F.ST. CLOSING. WHEAT Jan., 87 J 87 Feb., 88 88 May, 92 92J CORN Jan. 38g 38g Feb., 39-1- 39i May, 41 41 OATS Jan., 29i 29J Feb., 29 29- May, 31 31 PORK Jan., 11.671 .ol Feb., May 12.00 11.90 LARD Jan., 6.35 6.32 May, 6.67 6.62 RIBS Jan., 5.70 5.67 May 6.00 5.92 " New York Produce Market. New York, January 19 Flour closed quiet but steady. Fine grades of spring 2.603.35; do. winter 2.903.25. Superfine spring 3.00 (3350; do. winter ouo.u, c tTa No. 1 spring 3.404.00; do. winter 3.754.75; No. 2 spring 3.404.00; do. winter 3.6o4.7o; City mills extras 5.255.55 for the West Indies. Southern flour closed steady but quiet; trade and omilv extras 4.20a4.90. TrfTn? a T rw.innfi oDened 1 Jear. Southern markets are quiet' lie- lower on big increa9e of 2 to 1CURE FITS I When I say cure I do not mean merely to Btop them for a time and then have them return again. I mean a radical care. I have made the disease of FITS, EPI LEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a life-long study. I warrant my remedy to cure the worst cases. Because others have failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure. Send at once for a treatise and a Free Bottle ox my infallible remedy. Give Express and Post Office. H. G. ROOT, M. C, 183 Pearl St., N. Y. dec 6 dVw-Om $1800 Rfiwaru For a number of vea.re the lower part oi Chicod Township, "Pitt County., has bet n the tcene of numerous inoendiary Area and other acts ol Ia-elcssnees. Ot late inceu diari6m ha a been even more frequent; On the morning of September iSSth, J. J . LauRhinghouee lost a Gin Honeo, To bacco, itc; this was followed on the mori" ing of October 13th, by the burning o th( Tobacco Tck House of J Bryan Grimes. A fchort wbile since Mre. J. U. riaundert a!po sfiJiered 1'rcm fires cl the same origin. In v;ew of these aggravated offense th Governor of North Carolina ha offeree SG00 rev:ard for the apprthent-ion of thet criminal 8, The lioard of Commissioner ct i itt Couutv effer au additional $o(X). J J. Linghinghoufe offers S;i00 and J. BryaL Grixes offers J300 -ev. ard. Total $1,0C' reward. During the month of Govern bei the Gin Houee of W. L. mith was burned with heavy l.'se; also the Gin House oi 11 T. VVi' eon was fired. The -cirenmatance stirronEding these cases, with such in formatics 2s we can give, convince us max a shrewd, competent man can easily in a shoTt time ferro tout the author or authcrt ol these crimes. J.J. L.VUGTIINGHOUE. J. BP.YAN GRlilES. Grimesiand, Pitt county, N. C, Dec. 1. '9l declb-rt CAM'S FREES rosi- ManlT M. S. CLARK, RALEIGH, N. C, A QUICK AM TIVE Restorer t.f Visor, and the only IjO- pitimate. r-peciric for sexual !ebility and Lot Vital- ily know n. A Varvelloua Invigorator, entirely harmless. Drnircists or by mail. II, 6 for l Circu ?iars free. 1)1L K. lr. JCATON, Box .V-7, Boston, Mass octi'O-fi&wly Notice of Hale. IJaltimore Produce Market. IUtftmore. Jan. 19. Flour to-dav closed firm. Western si per 3.103.50; do. extra 3.60 4.15; do. family 4.404.75; winter wheat patent. 40o; spring w.leat 5.00rS)5.25: SDrinp: wheat straight 4.650c$o.. WHEAT Firmer. iNo 2 rea spotl.Oli asked; January 1.01J asked; February 1 01 paid; March 1.02 bid; May 1.03 bid; steamer No. "2 red 97 bid. Southern wheat firmer. Fultz 93al.03; Long berry 97al.03. CORN Steady. Mixed spot 50 a50; January 50a50; February 50 asked; March 49ja49f . South ern corn firmer; white 47a52; yel low 47a52. iiit!fiit" X. IS PREPARED TO DO SLATE ROOFING In any portion of the State on short notice. Charees moderate. All work narac teed. Refeft rices given. Address for particu lars. 31 S. CIjAUK, P. O. 132, Raleighj'X. C. CITY NOTIGF. Ovviut to the suspention of hands at the K. & G. Shops, and bad crops this year, 3Ir. (i. iola has reduced the price for snavlna to 10 Gents. The work will be done as herelcfore. Yours respectfully, G, VIOLA & SONS. Jrl3.tf. J. R. F err all & Co. GROCERS, 122 Faycttevllle Street. By virtreof authority vrivti; in a deed of mortttae from .I"e C S ill an4 wife, recorded in bcok lo4. paj;e iW, of the Register's office of ..e county, I will sell on Friday the 221 day of January. hV2, at the court house door of Wake county the lot and house described in gala mortpae, eituatedln the town of Wake Forest College, said county of Wake, and bouuded by the lands of the late J. S. Purefoy on the North and South, the It. & G. R. It on the Wett and Wake Forest cemetery ou the East, and more fully described in f-aid mort wre which is referred to part of this notice of sale. Tim of sale VZ o'clock m. Terms of salt, ( ash. I. N. HOLDING, Dtc 17, lfctu. Ms Mortgagee. full and Complete f tock of every thing in .Staple and Fancy Groceries. to er Mark: Your Iinen j.mrr1 I With Indelible Ink 2 cr 8 Letter Bottle of Indelible A Ink, CO cents Sent upon receipt cf t rice. ? t cites WM. 3 ATJM GARTEN, 213 E. Fayette St. Baltimore, "Bid Agents Wanted James "W. Oobto General Agb-t, Raleigh, N. C. oct3tf We are rec-iln? weekly ii:ty boiei ot tin est Safety Deposit Boxe. Florida Oranges, We respectfQjly invite our pa- direct from the urove, and are ble t r Zl olTer ?aine at prices lower than eve rmne fr?pnd ntul the nuhlic to an before. Old fashioned pure Bnckwheat, Nw7 infection of our Safety DeDOsil Proces-s Ruckwheat, Best fjuHlity Pr Boxes, now in bur granite and steel tire-proof vault. They are the first and only deposit boxes in Raleigh. and we shall be glad to show tbem as well as one ot the linest sates ver seen in North Carolina, to all the people of Rah i 3h. B. S. JERMAN, Cashier Commercial and Fanners Bank. pared Buckwheat. Vermont Maple-Sap Syrup, Absolutely pure. Fine Snjrar Drip yrip. lure ew jnear.K Molasses. Gordon & Dilwcrth's Mince Meat, Atmcre s .Mince -Meat and Plum Padding. Four Crown Buckingham Cluster Kaisin.- lor tne table. New Goolcino Raisins, Currants and Citron, Fine Apples, etc t I t1 i It i it I A I i. i i ' r. i n