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gaily State Chronicle an. 21, XS92 jijuane:, UUIU 111 A ;?;J) & liUiViNiLhut. ; ' v. ? . - - r . ? - V '".'rib Wire the MARKET CLOS- J " " .M V the . ' L. .1 SI Market t the ,,''.1''" Points. .,..,;cie Jnir-i Press merica ai Europe-" Receipts at the ports amount to 12,000 against 26,000 bales last year. The interior towns that are re ported daily are also light. The Southern markets are firm with 1-1 Gc. advance at Galveston. New Orleans. Charleston, Memphis and Augusta and Jc. at Mobile and Savannah. The spot market, is steady at 1 1-1 0 ad vance. Middling iirlnnrlj Sales 476 bales. Transactions in futures to 2:30, 134,000 bales. 7? utures closed steady, as follows: January , ,1 Wire. ..in.' .i.'in. 20. Messrs. t -' Mil & Company, m ,na oiri-ulftr to-nignt, say: tu iviTUOol warktt closed at 3 to-lay in consequence ot '(V,nl'of l)uk of Clarence. hat time prices were 3-64 higher 1 i i itarrf tban yesterday ana very (Vi Spot sales were 8,000 Our cables say they would , b..,n lmioh larger except for uf Unlaw In our market ep-wRS was about G points e List evening; part cf this im- Mrwit was lost but quickly re- ..rsd when it became apparent tlifM.'HDts would only be 12,- i bales against '27,000 last year. Ae day progressed some of the .3 nlainlv liMP'imp nprvnna at cxtrcmuly light receipts and in Wtfi.rtsto cover had advanced market by half past 1 o'clock i 15 paints over last evening. ;ipts for the week are estima- at 13,000 anainst 19,000 bales w. The Memphis receipts. to&j are less than a third of w tk mrt last year. The w sent ratio of decreasing receipts entinutJ, would indicate a crop My lc.fS than 8,500,000, ifo trade is not yet willing to that they are due to any . . . . interest has unquestiona considerably increased .1.1 ""ws theory. Dunn" the r ebi r nary April Mav lu;i3 , luly iVujrust 7 4042 7 4748 7 5859 7 7071 7 8182 7 9394 8 0304 8 1011 September 8 18 20 October 8 2628 OTTON. CITY Galv'st'n , Norfolk... Baltim'r.. Boston. . . . Wilmg'u . Phila Sales. 146!) 10S0 Tone. Savan'h... NT. Orl'ns. Mobile ... Memphis . Augusta.. Chas'ton.. Gincin'ti .. Lou'ville . St. Louis,. 342; 10000 500 5600 S01 2394 Steady Firm Nom'l Steady Quiet St-ady Firm Kirm Firm Firm Firm Quiet Steady Firm Quiet Midl'g. 7 0-0 6 7-8 7 1-4 7 9-16 6 3 4 7 7-8 6 13-16 7 1-8 7 1 16 7 0-0 6 7-8 7 1-4 7 3-1G 7 1-16 Rec 1938 1117 419 5540 443 1.80 203 1000 369 Liverpool spot cotton steady. Middling uplands 4 1-1 6d. vSales 8,000 bales. Futures steady. The City Cotton Market. Raleigii, Jan. 20 6 P. M. Good Middling, 7 Strict Middling, 7 Middling, 7 Strict Low Middling 6a6 J Low Middling 6i Stains ia(5 Market quiet. Raleigh Stock and Bond Market Quotations of t.he Inter-State Trust and Brokerage Company. Raleigh, January 20, 1892. North Carolina 6's 123 bid. North Carolina 4's 97 bid; 9S 1-2 asked, W. N. C. R. R. 6's . . bid; 94 1-2 asked N. C AerricuUural Society 6's 35 asked. Raleigh Street Railway 68 55 asked. Citizens' National bank io Did. ork Produce Market. New York, January 20 Flour in moderate demand and heavy. Fine grades of spring 2.603.1o; do. winter 2.903.25. Superfine spring S.00350; do. winter 3,40 3.65; extra No. 1 sarin?? 3.90 4.8o do. winter 3.754.75; No. 2 spring 3.404.00; do. winter 3.654.75; City mills extras 5.25 5.50 for the West Indies. South ern flour closed easier; trade and family extras 4.054.80. WHEAT Options opened weak and continued weak throughout the day on a moderate amount of trad ing; The weakness was due in foreign markets and .prices closed generally 1 to j lower. Spot lots closed lower. Spot sales of No. 2 red winter at 1.04al.04S: do. January 1.02; do. February 1.02f ; do. March 1.03f ; do April 1.041; do May 1.03 j. CORN Options were moder ately active and weak, closing to c. lower. Spot lots closed dull and lower. Spot sales No. 2 mixed 51; do. January 49; do. February 49 j; do. March 49; do April ...; do. May 49J. OATS Options were dull but firm, closing to c higher. Spot lets closed steady. Spot sales No 1 white 40: No. 2 do. 384? Nn. nin I J v 7 ..v. - 5 12) vv. unii- 1494 uary oog; ao. reoruary Sbg; do. May 37. PORK Dull. New mess 9.75a 10.75. LARD Easier; January 6.65; February 6.66; March 6.75; May 6.99. BUTTER -Firm for attractive qualities ofc reamery; State extras 3Ua32. CHEESE Trading fair with prices firm. State factory full cream, choice 114al2c. 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 3-1 6a 3J; refined steady; cutloaf and cruehed 5J; powdered 4 5-16; granu lated 4 3-1 6a4 5-16; cubes 4 5-16; mould A 4; confectioners' A closed 4 1-16. COFFEE Spot lots closed dull. Fair Rio, in cargoes, 16J. Futures closed steady. Rio or San tos No. 7, January 12.65. spot 1.01J asked; January 1.011 asked; February 1 01 paid; March 1.021 bid; May 1.03 bid; steamer No. 2 red 071 bid. Southern wheat tirmer. Fultz 93al.03; Long berry 9 7a 1.0 2. CORN Steady. Mixed spot 50 a50; January 50a5()j; February 50 asked; March 49 k49. South ern corn firmer; white 48a52; yel low 47ao2. OATS Dull; No. White western 39; No. 2 mixed do. 37 U 38. RYE Quiet. No. 2, 94a95. HAY Fi.m. Goodo choice tim othy 13. 50a 15. 00. PROVISIONS Firm. Mess pork, 11.00 per bbl. for old; new $1800 Reward, swoollcott & sons, r i . . I r- . . I r ur numoer oi yers the lower purt oi ' - T ' Chicod Town-hip, Pitt Coantv., has ber i 1 1 the scene of nnnit rcna incen-Marv 5rea and V V t other acta r.i lawiessnesa. Ot late iucc- A i dian-m ha3 been even more treqnent: ( I bacco, Ac; this was followed od the morn- I I sng ot October 1 tb, by the bnrnii.- of the J Tobaico PtCk Hon- of J Rr an (WmM T 13.50; bulk meats, loose shoulders 3. 4 D Loner ciear bi. cie . -b i Commercial and Farmers Bank 1C) "nc-onth market mrtlnnd flPTri bid; 102 asked. - nwrAu continued In m, National Bank of Raleigh 110 bid. best furures of the ?!a,le?g gaYiua Rank ikj bid. , itaieiga uoiuon xvxuis oo uiu 'cxmv; shOW an m vnn rf 1 r, q7 oah-oA North Carolina K. It. 103 bid. N. C. Cr Company 110 asked. Caraleigh 'otton Mills asked Caraleigh Phosphate Mills 100 bid. North Carolina Wagon Company common) 20 asked. North Carolina Wagon Company compared with last even- tat ;tpnor to the close a con- attack on tho mm r,c t but without t-fTt the slmrf ;f, . rr, (preferred) 67 ashed. me fehort interest. The VPRaleigh Land and Improvement Co., 33 bid. Sales $000 -North Carolina 4's at 98. Orlt- market has not ad- as m icb as our own, owin, " ' -grains from there advise. 1 short interest int.rpct J ausil Sentiment, nrwl U illC Chicago Produce 3Iarket. Chicago, 111., Jan. 20. Wheat opened weak and lower on bull news from the Pacific coast declin ed under a raid of the bears and nominally closed up strong and 3c higher on a war rumor. Corn and oats were very dull and closed unchanged. Provisions opened lower iu sym pathy with the early weakness in wheat and were further depressed by the estimated heavy receipts of hogs for the week. Pork declined 15c, lard to 5c, ribs 10c. New York Money Murket. New York, Jan. 20. Money 11011 fuller receipts when closed at 2 per cent.; the highest "a,h'r clears. It i3 sinifi- rate was 2 2 Per cent-5 lhe lowest ;litfa!i;n-m(r:. . ." was H. Exchange closed steady. Wu, . m ieCe,ptS 18 Posted rates 4.834a4.85i; actual -v uniiorm, while the .-. 4. 95a4.83 for 60-dav bills, alluded to only pre- and 4.84a4.85 for demand. Gov- uistnets and is not ernment bonds closed steaay; cur at th D scripts ami C time of the rency 6 109 bid; 4'8 (c?uPon') . .116 bid; extended 2's, (registered) "l the interior 1 - i in.. . unnati are 2.0G4 ."t 4.034 p . umes ior same 100 bid. Stocks and Bonds. New York, Jan. 20. Oregon T . -,, ' it swms not im. imported lsts) 102; Alabama (A) it tlie liglit movement 102; Alabama (B) 1041; Alabama .a,actwill result ?n n (C) 92; Louisiana (consols) 84J; V Sir 'n,al from Tennessee Tennessee Told) spinners . w Sfit, 6,a 106. do. 5 97; do. Vpt, , . inev are nn. tt:.;; P.'a hid; Vir- ""t arul , " os - - hr(,, . uuuer contract rrinia Ex. 31at. (coupon)... om; iNortn ar- Carolina iU1,1 abroad. larly un 0?ls for months ahead North. Carolina 4's 96 1; tUt aff'fc them a olina 6,nsrrl123; SUth Uht' Provided ti . Browns 97J. rm,. '" secure T. oa Tr;:;Q ,u Prem j Baltimore, j an. v. H that t 1 ' a consols ... asked; do. ten-forties 35 rtostnt 7 WlU neS" hid; do. threes... asked; Baltimore W ivuriumty to pro- & Ohio stock 924; iNortne ?'W;. . ys' even thoucrh ih Central stock 69 asked; Baltimo Northern thoucrh ih,, Central stock 69 asked; Baltimore eHlllpr. . JJ o At!. CAnfl,rast0rn. firsts 1013 W receipts later wmu -Z "v-i- " Alr00,i al02: first incomes to asxeu; uu. 9indic7 7 CaWe8 second incomes ; do. third 5 act;ra . lucuv incomes ... Dia; , conwuurtw & inquiry in this bonds 111 bid; do stock 47ja48. HIGHEST. CLOSING. WH EAT Jan., 88J 87J Feb., 88 88J May, 92J 92J CORN Jan. 38 I 38 Feb., 39i 39J May, 41i 41 OATS Jan., 29 29J Feb., 29 29 May, 3H 31J- PORK Jan., 11.47 11.42 Feb., rr. May 11.82 11.67 LARD Jan., 6.30 6.30 May, 6.62 6.60 RIBS Jan., 5.621 5.62 May 5.92 5.824 b; sugar piculed shoulders 6t; sugar-cured smoked shoulders 7-; hams, large 10; small 10J, lard, refined 7a8, crude GJ. BUTTER Active. Creamery, fancy 31a32; do. fair to choice 27a 30; dc. 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. SUGAR Closed steady; granu lated 4. COPPER Closed steady; re fined lla'Jlf. WHISKY Firm at 1.27. A etort while ii'ce Mrs. J. 11. bsundon a'eo sufferer! fr mnres ot the same criia. u vev ot thope aggravated offenses tht Governor of North Carolina ha- offered IGOO reward for the apprehension of these crimmalg, The Hoard of Counniasioneri nt I ltt County effer au additional $500. J J. Lsnghinghou?e otfera $300 and J. Brvat nuruja-;re ?o.i' ewara. Total fl,wOi rewnrd. Dnrir.g the month cf Novembe il.-c- Gin Houe ot v. L. timith was Wnec with heavy l-s.-; also Die Gin House of 1 . fii eon was fired. The circuhigtaLcec eurroundinf; tht-se eaes, with such in iormation a.s e cau give, cou'viroe us tbat a shrewd, competent man can e-asilv hit &ho-t time 1 rie tout thoautho or autlior oi these crimes. J. J. lAUG'ITNCtHOU iF. J. RRYAN (Uil .VLE. Gtimesland, Fit' county, N. C., L'eo. 1, 9i. dec!8-tl L C 0 We are nov prepared to offer our friends and patron? a few V.'e think we lave the rt line of Shoes in the citv. Ladies' Shoes ,' Gents' CITY NOTiCF. Owing to the suspenticn of hands at the R. & G. Shops, and bad crops this year, Mr. G. Viola hps i educed the price for Siiavina to 10 Gents. The work will be done as heretofore. Yours respectfully, N S Child I'air 1 rKo.'i :ir, ci. ren s . a I'air. We have in the pv litted up a t ic. Mil! inery Department week I and are prepared to take orders f r HATS, IIONMrrS Ktc and Kuaraiit-. first-class work and lowest prices. Mortjjaso Hale. G, VIOLA & SONS. Naval Stores. Wilmington, N. C, Jan. 20 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. 20 Market for spirits turpentine is steady at 34c regular and 35c for machine barrels. Rosin dull; strained 1.35; good strained 1.40. OiiAHLESTON, S. C, Jan. 20 Spirits turpentine firm at 30Jc. Rosin firm at 1.20. Savannah, Ga., Jan. 20 Spirits turpentine firm at 31 cts. Rosin firm at 1.15. A dose of Simmons Liver Regu lator, taken daily, will relieve and prevent indigestion. Jrl3.tf. Safety Deposit Boxe By virtue cf authority conf. rred in a certain mortgage executed by J. T. Olive and M. .r. Olive, and duly reco-d-ed in book 110, page 417, in Register of Deed's office of Wafce county , and at the request of said Olive and wife, ami all parties invested, we will, on Mon day, the 23d day of February, A. D.t 18'.2 at the Court Home door in Ral eigh, at 12 o'clock in , sell to the highest bidder, for cash, thst valuable tract of land described in said mortgage; situa ted in Cary To wnsh p. Wake conntv. We respectfully invite our pa.Sori arolna, near Asbury, onthe r J v I North Carolina Railroad, about six troiis, friends and the public to an mJ i wef i th,e city of KAleiKh, ad- r Morning the lands of .1. P. H. Adams. inspection of our Safety Deposit Boxes, now in our granite and steel Known 88 kklkI M AYNAKD " (ire-proof vault. They are the first and only deposit boxes in Raleigh, and we shall be glad to show them. as well as one of the finest safes Have just received from Wasiington, . it i i D c- several type-writers to rent, ever seen m North Carolina, to all Terms reasonable. Address, B. S. JERMAN, Cashier Commercial and Farmers Bank. Notice of gale. ttornevs for Mortiracee. This January 14, isr tda Type-Writers to Rent. ja20-lw Raleigh, X. C. 46 Mothers' Friend" KIKES CHILD BIRTH EASY. By virtue cf authority aiven in adeei of mortgage Irom Joe Gill and wife, recorded, m hook 104. page wo. of the Register's office of Wake county, I will sell on Friday the 22d day cf January. 1SW, at the court house door of Wake cony tj the lot and house described m aic mortizace. eitu.ited'in the town cf Wake Colvia,La-Dec.S, 1886. My wife used Forest ColJejre, said county of Wake. I0.OTiij.i' before ner tnira ana rounaea oy me lanas oi me late I will oractice m the Sunrpme and confinement, and says she would not be J. b. Puref oy on the orth and feouth I Federal Courts, and in the courta of CllltYSANTIIE3IUJf ftOSES, All the fineet Chry&nthums. Bt-st ever bloonjins: Koee, in many eorU. Choice evergreens and Magnolias. Green r.oiieo and Oat-door JieddiTjs: I'lanta Cut. flowers, Bouquets and Flora 1 Deeiecs Tomato, CauiiflcRrr, CJ&tbae and Pot jfrown Fg-Vlanta. b.'eet Potato plant redy abont 25th of Auril. Cslerr plant in Jane and July, ifcnfi or O.!i!ogne. H. STEIJiilETZ, Florist, Mar-tf, lUIeicb. N. C. Robert 0, Burton, Jr., Mtcrnsj ni kimh ti RALEIGH, X. C. without it for hundreds of dollars. DOCK MIIiLS. Sent by express cr receipt of price, $1,50 per bot tle. tiocK. ' o jMotaus ' maiiea tree. BRADFiEt-D REGULATOR CO., FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ATLANTA, OA the R. Ac G. R. R on the Wet and Halifax, Northampton ami Wake, and J. J, 'TJIOMAS. S. W. BRSWEF., Wake Forest cemetery on the East, and fully described msaid mortjraire which is referred to as part ot thi notice of sale. Time of sale 12 o'clock m. lerms of sale, Cash. J. X. HOLDING , Dec 17, 1891. tds Morfftaee. Baltimore Troduce Market. Baltimore, Jan. 20 Flour to-day closed dull. Western su per 3.103.50; do. extra 3.60 4.15; do. family 4.404.75; winter wheat patent 405; spring wheat patent 5.005.25; spring wheat straight 4,Gj5.85. WHEAT Southern arrivals meagre and insufficient to test the existence of a demand; Western oped lower but rallied somewhat; demand very irregulgr. No 2 red J. J. THOMAS & 60. Nos. 313, 315 and 317 S. Wilming ton St., Raleigh N. C, D CALEBS In Bagging, Ties and Dun dee Bagging for Sheets. In stock different grades of each. (iROCEUlES. Meat. Meal, Corn, Flour, Hay, Bran. Mill Feed, Sugar. Coffee and Farmers Supplies generally. FERTILIZERS. We have in stock best brands of Guanos for Wheat and Clover. LEE'S PREPARED LIME. This preparation is especially recom mended for wheat and clover; splendid for top-dressing. Send for testimonials. COTTON SELLERS. We refer with some pride to our suc cess, for many years, in this special de partment of our business. Being exclufive sellers, with long experience, we feel sure we can give ourpatrons faithful service. CASH ADVANCES. Liberal cash advances made on cot ton, either on bill lading or cotton In hand. Wre have ample facilities for storing. Parties wishing to hold cot ton will please communicate with us. General correspondence solicited. J. J. THOMAS & CO. B, ferra!! & Be, GROCERS, 23 FayeUevU'c nitrecl. A full and Complete stock of every thing m Staple and francy Groceries. We are receiving weekly fifty boxes ol tin est Florida Oranges, direct from the crove. and are able tc offer same at prices lower than ever before. Old-fashioned pure Bnckwfceat, ev Process Buckwheat, Kt quality Pre pared Buckwheat. Vermont WSaple-Sap Syrup, Absolutely pure. Fine buar Dm Svrun. Pure rew uncans Molasses. Gordon & Dil worth's Mince Meat, Atmore's Mince Meat and Plum. Pudding Four Crown Buckingham Cluster Kaisins tor tne tame. New GooKlno Raisins, Currants and Citron, Fine Apples, etc I wherever his services may be needed. Oilice in t l&her IJuiIdmg, 217 r ayette- ville Street. For Colo's Box or Wardrobe Lounge Is a pe fe t Lountfi by day and a per- away as much Clothing or other artk-Seu ss in tne average warflroe. l ou can ct three articles for the price of one. o extra charge for packing and shipping-Mrs. Dr. Talma e, wife of the cele brated preacher, says the.-e lounges are very nice. Price iu ( reton iO, J12; Raime, $12, $14; Haw Silk, fju, ir; SUk Brocatelle, $25, f& Terms: Ten per cent dif count cash with order, or one half with order, bal ance siyty days. ALP;'ED COLKS, Grand -inl Myrtle A ren ties, oct-3-!y lirooklvn. N. Y. po k t i : a i t s pa ; : t ed BY G. Randall 131 Fayetteville .Stroet, RALEIfUI, N. Testimonials will bt furnilied upon application. aul9-f H. L. LEARY, flrcmteGt AND Superintendent, DURHAM, N. C.