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crease of 458,000 bales. The total
I movement of the crop since Sen. A. 1 ' m Ar.tx - ' r lemuer is o,uoz,UUU bales a?aint 6,537,000 a year ago, a train of . ttrrr i J . Mpws bV W ire mo.uuu Dales. etw , ";fViA oiwk in iew lorJj warehouses She gaihy .ff tntc (Dhrmticlc, law. 24, 1892. . - World. fibe -c rnTTON T .rf (WW 0 BOTTOM AG Aix. 353,000 against 91,500 last year. ine spot market is quiet at 1-16 declined in quotations Middling uplands 7f . Sales 70 bales. Transactions in futures to-dav were 92,000 bales. Futures closed steady, as follows: . y if' Entirely Great Cloth Exports T anuary 7 2932 leased ft ire . , j .e & Company, ( .1)T. f.ircul:ir to-night, say: . position as uiuur; HYbruarj VI arch iril ff nine Inly August 7 9899 23. Messrs. September.. 8 06 08 in ivwi 1 o L 7 3637 7 4748 7 69... 7 7071 7 82-... 7 9192 CITY. Chronicle Galv'st'n , iliere came into sight Boston. . . . . 1 i 11 lit: 1 1 . 1 .1 .1 . 1 - - a - 1 I . - 111:111 II II II ir I Llki 1 t l i' OilKS H.cf -"O I CHMil.., 1 " Tj tb.it :P.rth week txiliii last even- Lon'ville . Louis,. . ? i v ,.1- lost vuqi oHrtIiU... .1 I :rur mrH, , Memphts. f.ri.llt)rlfd !y tJie hronicle are Augusta.. 1 ' .v.x., 1 .1 Ohas'ton.. )ij a,Min?l Ilo,uuu last ear. cincin'ti .. . .1... i-tcih simnlv is MV b;ile. This exccs3 is .1 .1 American cotton, me Vnt i-tkr crowths, being 109,- tv liban Lift year. I he re 'j from i1kj Chronicle show that ;5ralk throughout the South the COTTON. Sales. Tone. MidPg. Rec. 2902 Steady 7 1-S 1890 281 Firm 7 1-8 309 Norn' I 7 1-2 Steady 7 5-8 222 Firm 6 3-4 489 Steady 7 7-8 210 1305 Kirm 7 0-0 2308 7000 Firm 7 3-16 2458 000 Firm 7 0-0 40 200 Firm 7 1-8 491 812 Firm 7 1-6 510 Quiet 7 0-0 745 Quiet 7 1-4 705 ... : Mom'l 7 1-4 387 3200 Steady 7 1-8 1757 4.75; No. 2 SDriner 3.40(4.00 do. winter 3 RRfibz 7. n; ;n0 extras 5.005.10 for the West Indies. Southern flour closed auiet: trade and tamily extras 4.054.50. WHEAT Options opened strong at c. advance and further improv ed c. From this there was a re action of 13. Spot lots closed quiet. opot sales ot Wo. 2 red winter at 1.04; do. January 1.02; do. Feb ruary 1.02f; do. March 1.0; -do April 1.03; do May 1 02$. VUKN Options were firm and Jc. higher and further improved c. At noon the market was firm. Spot sales No. 2 mixed 50; do. January 49J; do. February 49; do. March 49 J; do April 49; do. May 49. OATS Options were dull but firm, closing to Jc higher. Spot lots closed steady. Spot sales No 1 white 40; No. 2 do. 381; No. 1 mixed 37; No. 2, 36: do. Jan uary 36; do. February 36j; do. May 87. PORK Quiet. New mess 9.75 al0.75. LARD Easier; January 6.65; February 6.66; March 6.75; May 6.99. BUTTER Firm for attractive qualities of creamery; State extras 3Ha32. fair with State factory full CLOSING. WHEAT Jan., 88 87J Feb., 881 88 May, 921 921 CORN 4 Jan. 371 371 Feb., 38$ 38" May, 40 401 OATS 4 Jan., 29 28 Feb., 29 285 May, 30 300 PORK Jan., 11.60 11.60 Feb., May 11.924 11.921 LARD Jan., 6.40 6.40 May, 6.70 6.70 RIBS Jan., 5.70 5.70 May 6.00 6 00 ,' nil, tV."" Liverpool spot cotton steady. Middling uplands 4Jd. Sales 8,000 bales. Futures firm. tmtun.' h:is been low and that a .r.. .1 st ia ome ui'Sree lmenereu wiin m;irkctia of the crop. It is The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, Jan. 23 6 P. M. Good Middling, 71 7 CHEESE Trading firm. ill a Witf hi this theory that has Strict Low Middling 6a6 1 v ' o ived the market ot the stimu- Low Middling 6 that lust week's receipts would Stains 5a6j airlHl. In response to our . 1 i 1 w PMtu;y ana as a resuu Raleigh Stock and Bond Market. ipliot.il increase in the move Quotations of t.be Inter-State Trust .tiMtvft'tk the Liverpool mar- Market quiet. hastily declined some three fuor ?ixty-fouiths and prices re tav- given vay 13 to 14 :at?,:Le weaknes at the clos be- to the liquidation of a con- prices cream, choice lllal2c. EGGS Quiet and easier. Staie, fresh 25; Western 24a24J. MOLASSES Steady. Domestic grades, good to fancy 2535. SUGAR Raw, weak with slow inquiry; centrifugal 96 test 3 3-1 6a 3 J; refined steady; cutloaf and cruphed 5 J; powdered 4 5-16; granu lated 4 3-16a4 5-16; cubes 4 5-16; mould A 43; confectioners' A closed 4 1-16. COFFEE Spot lots closed dull. Fair Rio, in cargoes, 16 Futures closed steady. Rio or San tos No. 7, January 12.65. 7 w Naval Stores. Wilmington, N. C, Jan. 23 Spirits turpentine steady; quoted at 31; Rosin firm; strained 1.10; good strained 1.15. Tar steady at 1.50. Crude turpentine steady; hard 1.00; yellow dip 1.90; virgin 1.90. New York, Jan. 23 Market for spirits turpentine is steady at 34Jc regular and 35c for machine barrels. Rosin du'l; strained 1.35; good strained 1.40. Charleston, S. C, Jan. 23 Spirits turpentine firm at 30c. Rosin firm at 1.05. Savannah, Ga., Jan. 23 Spirits turpentine firm at 31 cts. Rosin firm at 1.15. J. J. TnoiiAS, President. A. A. Thompson, Vice-Pres. B. S. J f. km an, Cashier. H. W. Jackson, Ass't CashierJ THE COMMERCIAL HDD FARMERS' W. OF RALEIGH, N. C AUTHORIZED CAPITAL . PAID-UP CAPITAL . oOO.OOO.OO too.ooo.oo 66 and Brokerage Company Haleigh, January 23, 1892. North Carolina 6's 123 bid. North Carolina 4's 97 bid; 98 asked. W. V C. R. R. Con 6's 1914, ..bid: 93 asked, N. C A ur. cultural Society 6's 35 asked. Raleigh Street Railway 6's 55 asked. Citizens' National Rank ISO bid. i 1 1 T,1 . . "T "1- -1 i t -u, mr ju-oum recently ere- bid; 103 askr d. i Private i-iMiw fr.n T ',x . - National Bank of Raleigh 119 bul. li advise u that t! Raleiirii Cotton Mills 80 bid texdiv ,,, f , bt asked. tor nt wf-k's receints North Carolina R. R. 103 bid. tuuem m-re. ilie Car aIm sh Colt on Mills .... asked I information w can nt leads Caraleigh Phosphate Mills ... bid. i0" conclusion that the figures (common) 15 asked. '4.jj,rt .1 North Carolina wagon company l.em ports indicating HaleiKh Land and Improvement Co., Raleigh Gas Light Co. 7a bid; 80 asked. City of Raleigh 6's 1907, 107 1-2 bid. follow flng movement: Galveston -W bales, New Orleans 10,000 -""uue i.ijuo bales. sit van. . w.. . . . U,j)0l) Wes, Charleston 6.000 Mothers' Friend" KMES CHILD BIRTH EftSY. Our large resources and special facilities enable u; to receive on favor. ble terms accounts of individuals, firms, banks and f.-irations. cur large steel and granite Fire-Proof Vault New York Money Market. Nkw York. Jan. 23. Money ,uuu bales, rf d at 2 cent the onl rdU i 11V1 . - "umington Cloll- P l,AA t ... Mainmort and Kxfhanjre closed steady. Posted , . . - v ' York 'iher 4,000 hales, rates 4.84; actual rates 4.84 for VJOO, West Point 60-day bills, and 4.85f tor demand ?,Jit and lirnno..: Government bonds closed quiet f li M currency 67s, iuy bid; 4's (coupons; UUr COireS tici 9a famcferefn viinous nomts will inn .. I. ,. 1 1 - I A vv uiu "i -I'gruphing us early ,, lurit opinion approxi- rrect The New York, Jan. 23. Oregon f , " (imported lsts) 101; Alabama (A) ,(,, iie i02 Alabama (B) 104; Alabama Psion ot re- (Q 92; Louisiana (consols) 8b; :tl('t: th iinnortttiir-f tl.,t '.r 65: Tennessee rtlltf' tWt. rellftpta onfl t, new se.t 6s 105: do. 5's, 90; do. in rn.i . ,1 n s no-: Virginia w f, ... v a - :5saI t t0-(la ar North Carolina 4's 96; North Car- lilst 'ear olirm 6's 122; South Carolina e making them up. ginia Ex. Mat. (coupon) ... bid; nd 1 the movement is Browns 95. Baltimore, Jan. 23. Virginia . . . or Baltimore Produce Market. Baltimore, Jan. 23. Flour to-day closed quiet. Western su per 3.103.50; do. extra 3.60 4.15; do. family 4.404.75; winter wheat patent 405; spring wheat patent 5.00 5. 25; spring wheat straight 4.655.85. WHEAT steady. No 2 red spot 1.0lal.01; January 1.0 H l.Olj; February. 1 01 fal. 02; May 1.03al.04; steamer No. 2 red 98i. Southern wheat steady. Fultz 93a.02; Longberry 95al.02. CORN Steady. Mixed spot 49 a49J; January 49a49J; February 48Ja48; March 48; April 48J. Southern corn easy; white 48a51; yellow 48a51. OATS Firm; No. 2 white western 39; No. 2 mixed do. 37a 37 K II YE Steady. No. 2, 95. HAY Steady. Good to choice timothy 1 3.50al5. 50. PROVISIONS Firm. Mess pork, 11.00 per bbl. for old; new 13.50: balk meats, loose shoulders 5; long clear 6j; clear rib sides 6; sugar pickled shoulders 6J; sugar-cured smoked shoulders 7; hams, large 10; small 10, lard, refined 7a8, crude BUTTER Firm. Creamery, ancv-31a32; do. fair to choice 27a 30; do. imitation 24a28; ladle fancy 23a24; good to choice 19a22; rolls, h'ne 20; fair to good 17a 19; store packed 15al8. EGGS r irm and scarce at zo. COFFEE Steady. Fair Rio cargoes 17; No. 7, 13fal3. SUGAR Closed strong; granu lated 4g. COPPER Closed steady; re fined lla91j. WHISKY Firm at 1.2oal.2G. is fitted with time lock, burglar-proof safe, and with safety deposit loxeft We would be pleased to correspond with those who rontt-mnlnte mttk Safety! Promptness! Liberality! Courtesy I 9-30-tf MOTHER confinement, and says ehe would not be without it for hundreds of dollars. DOCK LULLS. Sent by express on receipt of price, $1.50 per bot tle. Book " To Mothers " mailed free. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, OA, FOR SALS BV ALL DRUGGIST. IfcXcMfijc Your Iinen PATAPSC0 FLOURING MILLS. 1774. With Indelible Ink 2 or o Lttter ;r. s vi i i , , . . 'AvgjjjjV iiiK, tu cents i..i:ff? ' i" r-fl Bottle of Indelible 1 l'5 H cf irict. I ( c :.j WSI. 3AUMGAHTEN, 213 S.Tayette St., Baltimore, d Agents Warned. James W. OoTdTo G2NJIKAL Aornt, Kaleigh, N. C. oct3tf V UAiatArt inn W 1 UI uuo u n Four. o,uwu last 1 - is l v. V I 'J.ODo i .... . Tiorla cLkMi: do. ten torties oo 4 foard ()f ,ri , , bid; do. threes 7172; Baltimore hrtndin,,n returns for & Ohio stock 93J bid; Northern tl -" - muer lstsbow C entral stock 68aUy; Baltimore if nt 1 '. .,-( - -vviwii IllIll" I Jt, uaw ' v rorn Oivnt !Vrif; i 10k2i: do. first income 70a75; do. "as.f f. --"Kwn nave a . rt0 , . j orty.tw .... second incomes uado; uo. uum llttle ,.. milhon Pounds in. Rftkeds consolidated ; .tim Z ( at the ports r.'ltoi at 10 non . lowJP in this coun- OooT-'ows. At the ports ft nstn.1 ,l"w"8 1Vely last year an in- incomes 10. asked; gas boi asked. Illftrn il.. - l"an ,3 i)f.r centum . i t i 3..110. 1 ctlr 4.74 -"w gas Donas iii;u 1, vv 4 New York Produce Market. New Tork, January 23. Flour closed dull. Fine grades of spring 2.60(33.50; do. winter 2.903.25. Superfine spring z.yuouo, uu. winter 3.403.65; extra No. 1 Bpring 3.904.85 do. winter 3.75 Coles Box or Wardrobe Lounge is a pe f'e t Lounge by day and a per fect bed by night, and you can put avA ay hs much clatlimg or other articles cs id the average Tvardrobe. You can get three articles for the price of one. No extra charge for packing and ship ping. Mrs. Dr. Talmage, wife of the cele brated preacher, says these lounges are very nice. Price in Creton 10, $12; Raime, $12, fl4; Raw Silk, i20, $35; Silk Brocatelle, $25, $30. Terms: Ten per cent discount cash with order, or one-half with order, bal a nee sixty days. ALFRED COLES, Grand and Myrtle Avenues, oct-H-ly Brooklvn, X Y. Mortgage FaUs x-CcC-" vv te"jf- -i! Chicago Produce JIarket. Chicago, 111., Jan. 23 Wheat market opened nearly let. higher; lost the advance, and in the last half hour became again strong on a reported good export demand. It closed up firm at an advance of i to fc, over la3t night. Corn was dull and a shade firmer, closing c higher. The business in oats was light and of a scalping nature. Closing prices show no change. Provisions were strong on light receipts of hogs and the continued good foreign demand. Pork gained 12 cents and lard and ribs 7Jc By virtue cf authority conferred in a certain rrior'gage executed by J. T. Olive and M. J. Oiive, and duly record ed in book 110, page 417, in Register of Deed's office cf Wafce county, and at the request of said Olive and wife, and ail parties interested, we will, on Mou dav, the 22d day or February, A. D., 182 at the Court Hou?e door in Ral eigh, at 12 o'clock m , sell to the highest bidder, for cash, that valuable tract of land described in said mortgage; situa ted in Cary Townsh'O, Wake county, North Carolina, near Asbury, on the North Carolina Railroad, about six miles west of the city of Raleigh, ad joining the lands of J. P. H. Adams, L. D. Castleberry, Edward Rea and others, containing 180 acres, formerly known as part of the "Irelan tract." PEELE & MAYNARD, Attorneys for Mortgagee, This January 14, 1S92. tds THE PUEMIEK FLOUtt OF A 31 ERICA. Our Patent Roller Flour are Mumitactuied from the Choicest Wheat Obtainable Including the HAUD VARIETY of .Maryland and Vir'nia. Patapsco Superlative Patent, THE PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA, s Unsurpassed for Bread, Biscuit and Pastry, The Superior Body and Riih Quality of the Bread will flow ita Economy to the Consumer. Ask your Grocer for PATAPSCO SUPEIUjATIVE PATENT, MED Oil A, lilGII GKADE AVINTEK PATENT, ItOLAXDO CHOICE PATENT, PATAPaCO FAMILY PATENT, Bedford Family. Orange Grove Extra, Baldwin Familj, Mapleton Family, Severn Mills Extra, Camden Super, CoC On Sale in Barrels and Half Barrels, Half, Quarter, Eighth and Six teenth Sacks. C. A. GAM BR 111 MAP'G CO., Proprietors. Office, No. 216 Commerce Street, Baltimore. Alf. A. Thompson, Agent, RALEIGH, N. C.