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26, 1892. FRIDAY, - - August j. ,t. IIOLLOIKM, - - New Editor. Weather lteport. Raleigu, Aug. 25. Max. tern. 80 ; miv. tun. 70. Rainfall 012. inch. Local forecast for Raleigh and vicinity : I'air, slightly cooler. Washington, August 23. Foreast for North Candida: Showers in went portion; Southwest winds. INeiv Advertisement. Opera House Midnight Alarm. NEWS OF THE OITY. Tlie date for the meeting of the demo cratic clubs has been changed to bepttm bcr 10. Remember that the democratic candidate for Vice-President, General Steviusuii, will speak in Raleigh oil that date. A negro was yesterday sent to the roads fur sixty days Tmnortant State telegrams will be found on the third page. The general board of managers of the centennial meets this atternoon. C. ft. Kooncc is quite sick at his father's residence on Hillsboro street. A revival meeting is in progress at the Baptist churcn at In wood near here. Kev O. L. Stringticld is conducting it. It is said that in this county the re publicans will Dominate a ticket for all the positions save siierm ana treasurer, There will be a "game of ball at the park this evening at 4:30, between the Raleigh male academy and first city nine. To date Prof. Charles Mclver has re- ceivtd uOO applications for admission to the female normal and industrial suhoo for girls at Greensboro. Yesterday Postmaster Shaffer gave his personal attention to the proper and con venient arrangement of the letter box at thu depot, ami it is now ail right. Mrs. Jos'ah King died yesterday at her home on East Davie street, aged 74 years. Her funeral will be held at 10 a. m. to day from the Baptist Tabernacle. Quantities of line fruit, mainly peaches and apples, have been received by the collection committee from Robeson county for this State's exhibit at the World's Fair. Gov. llolt has for good and sufficient reasons pardoned Wiley Roberts, who in August last was convicted of assault to commit rape and was sent to the peniten tiary for live year9. Much interest was felt here yesterday in the news from Asheville regarding the burning of the Hotel Belmont, at Sul phur Springs, five miles from there. Dr. A. B. Hawkins and family and Miss Janie Hawkins were at the hotel, but es caped unhurt. This week professors Mclver and Al derman arc holding the last of the teachers' institutes for the current year. Under the new law these institutes will be held four months, during the sum mer, each year by the faculty of the fe male normal school at Greensboro. A colored Sunday-school excursion ar rived here yesterday morning. It was quite a large one and was accompanied by the usual features of the latter-day excursions, a band and a baseball club. The band played in the city and the club at the park. Most of the excursion ists spent the day at the new colored park. Mr. John X. Mills, late of Aberdeen, has purhashed from Mr. John Briggs the tine building lots at the corner of West llargett and South West streets, and will at once build thereon two large and handsome residences and three neat cottages. The material for these building is being rapidly delivered and work begins to-day. Walter C. Cooper, the young man charged by the street railway with em bezzlement of fares, was before justice Marcom yesterday for a hearing. He gnve bond in 100, with Messrs. T. M Argo aud John Weir as surities, to ap pear at September term of the Superior court. There were many witnesses and spectators, the trial taking place at the court house. W! are requested by Col. W.R.Richard son chairman of the committee on music and riecoiation for the reception of distin guished visitor to this city, September Kith to notify the members of that committee to meet at the mayor's office this evening at 8:30 o'clock for the pur pose of consultation. A full attendance of the committee is desired, as much is to be done and the time is short. It is very important that special ar rangements should be made for the pres ence of many military during the expo sition. A prize drill, for good sized pur ses, ought to be provided for particu larly. There ought to be a tire pageant and a sham battle. The Chiiomci.e calls the committee's attention to these m it tcrs. Many soldiers will come here, aud so will thousands of their friends, if good purses are put up. The CiinoNici.E has received from Moure & Watson, this city, a copy of the lives and public services of Cleveland and Stevenson, written by Hon. W. U. Hensel, Attorney General of Pennsyl vania, ouc of the best litted men of to day to w rite the life of one of the strong est candidates ever nominated for the presidency by the democratic party I he men who bear the banner of the party are line examples of self made men, aud in this book are sketches of their lives. It is a work inspiring to every American youth, and an educator to every voter. The book also contains the principles of the democratic party as enunciated by its founders, and the leaders of the present day. PKUSONALS. Prof. George D. Meares will open a school of music here next week. Fab. H. Busbee, Esq., returned yes terday from the western part of the State. Dr. Norwood G. Carroll leaves to-day fer Baltimore, to take charge of a dental office until October 1. Mr. John Robinson, commissioner of agriculture, is, with Col Paul F. Faison, on a visit to the State farms on the Roa noke. Three editors were here yesterday, Mr. II. A. Murrill, of Hickory; Mr. Z. W. Whitehead, of Fayetteville, and Mr. A. Hatchett, of Durham. Among yesterday's arrivals at the Yar- boro were M. Lichtenstein, Charlotte; Earle A. Humphrey, Goldsboro; Walter R. Henry, Henderson; T. 15. Womack, Pittsboro; T. B. Jones, North Carolina. AT PRETTY BR00KSIDE. THE PVXI1IAN BARBECUE EVENING. LAST The Biggest and Jlost Successful Event of the Season Tlie Unusual Large Attendance. It remained for the Knights of Pythias to do something unique. They made their barbecue last evening, under the pines at pretty Brookside park, the event of the season in the line of entertainment. The street cars carried hundreds of peo pie to the park. It was a little after 8 o'clock when the exercises began. In the pavilion were many people, and around it hundreds of others, the ladies being quite numerous. Master of cere monies A. A. Thompson introduced Rev. Dr. F. L. Reid. who offered the By an oversight in the publication of opening prayer. The address of the oc- Reduced Kate on S. A. Line. Special round trip rates will be given to Washington on the A. C. L. on ac count of the meeting of G. A. It. These will be routed as follows: V la Hichmond, via Portsmouth and Bay Line, via Ports mouth and N. & W. S. B. Co. To the Sullivan Corbett fight at New Orleans tickets will be sold for $25.50, round trip, from this point. Tickets on sale September 2d to 5th inclusive; final limit September o. the lists of committeemen appointed for the grand democratic rally September 10, the names of Col. J. M. Heck and Capt. J. J. Thomas were omitted. Judge Womflck was in the city yester day. He has been making some effective speeches, and, when asked what he thought of the political outlook, ex pressed himself as confident that the S:ate would, by proper exertion, go democratic by a handsome majority. Rev. Dr. J. J. Hall, Col. A. Q. Holli dav, Mr. J. M. Broughton and Mr. W. E. Ashley returned yesterday from the Buffalo, N. Yr. exposition. Dr. Hall says Mr. John T. Patrick has an interesting show there, cotton growing and in all the process of manufacture; woods and various Southern products, considerable from North Carolina THE FA lit IS BOOIUINO. casion was by Rev. Dr. G. W. Sanderlin and like all his oratorical work it was witty, graceful and yet full of facts. He described Pythianism. In name the or der was organized by Mr. J. P. Rath- bone in 18(54; but really it dates from a period 500 years before Christ; the days of Daman and Pvthias. The growth of the order has been- remarkable. It encompasses the continents and the isles of the sea. There is a supreme lodge and sixty grand lodges, four hun dred subordinate lodges and 400,000 members. The noble purposes and work of the order were described in glowing words. Dr. Sanderiin's address was giveu frequent applause. At its close Mr. Thompson thanked him in behalf of both the lodges of Knights and their guests. The Pythian band then played aud in a few minutes the throng of peo ple, hosts and guests, made their way across the lake to the banquet Ine lee lee lee. Absolutely pure ice made from double distilled citv water, the only ice ac knowledged by the greatest chemists, fit for family use, no typhoid bacilli germs. Do not take our word for it, but ask your Dhvsician. Until further notice our wagons will make two deliveries daily and our prices are as follows: 40 5 pound tickets $1.00 20 10 44 44 1.00 or $ cent per pound in any quantities, de livered from our wagans. Hygienic Plate Ice Co. auglO-eod-tf Markets by Telegraph. ltalelgli Must Met Keady For a llig Time And lUany Visitors. 44That seventeen hundred dollars for races doesn't show up plainly enough on these bills," was what a CnnoNiCLE re porter heard secretary II. W. Aver, of the State fair, remark yesterday on step ping into the latters' office. The bills referred to are for the State fair this year and they are very handsome. They tell a lot about the attractions which will be in Raleigh during the fair week, such as the "Great Wild West show,"' Raleigh's centennial celebration, magnificent race trial, gorgeous fireworks and the like; but the secretary was bewailing the fact that the bills didn't tell half of what was to be. 4 'There wasn't any room on the bills to say anything more," said the secretary," and yet you see there is not a worel about the laying ot the corner stone of the Confederate monument on Fridav of the fair week; there wasn't any room to tell about the splended bird and pet animal show which we will have for the especial benefit of the little peo pie, and it should be understood that it will not be a side show. It will be part of the fair, and there will be no extra charge to see it; then there is the beautiful model of the cruiser 4Ralcigh' nothing said about it in the Dills no room for it; in fact I didn't tell half I couldn't, and I'm afraid I will never be able to tell all about it. You see we are getting ready now to have a big military gathering and parade. Some of the com panies want to have a target practice and we are going to arrange for that, and the list of other attractions is getting so long that I'm actually afraid we'll have more on hand than people can take in unless they can stay all the week See this pile of letters! (apparently two hun dred). They are inquiries about the fair and they keep coming every day. You never knew such a big wave of interest in the State Fair before. The people have heard about the big special attrac tion we have, Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show, and they are coming to see it. It's worth coming to see. It's the biggest outdoor show on this earth to-day, and the chance of seeing this free in connec tion with the State Fair is something that doesn't occur often. You just ask the few Raleigh people who have seen this show what they think about it. They can't tell you enough when they begin, and you'll always no tice that they look proud to know that sbow and entertain- ii.nignts naa maae admirable arrange ments for serving tha tempting food so bountifully provided. There were long double tables, with powerful head light at each end as illuminators, while other tables formed a cross There were plate and bowl for each guest and piled on the table were generom quantities of toothsome barbecued lamb and pork with the accompanying bread aud pickle, the barbecue being in Sampson Anderson a best style. The bowla were for bruns wick stew, which was capital and like everything else was greatly enjoyed. The committees from Center and Phalanx lodges made the hundreds of guests en tirely at home. A white satin badge, bearing the Pythian emblem and the words "Pythian barbecue, August 25th, 1892," was the passport to all the good things. The indefatible committeemen were, Messrs. Sherwood Haywood, W. W. Willson, William Cram, W. B. Merri mon, Melvin Andrews, B. F. Park, C. H. Beine, Frank T. Ward, Ernest Renn, C. S. Lambeth, J. J. Bernard, Joseph Mcllarv, S. F. Telfair and C. F. Lums den. But these gallant Knights had most valuable auxiliaries in the persons of Miss Lovie Park, Mrs. John Smith, Miss Collie Riggin and Miss Addie Little. These presided at the tables and dispensed me good things witn a kindly hand. The beverage of the eve ing was lemonade. The scene at the park was attractive On the lake, whose waters were reflected by the manv lights, boats came and went, and the riding gallery attracted many riders and spec tators. 1 here was no rain and no acci dents. The Chronicle speaks the sen timents oi tne hundreds ot guests, among whom were more than a hundred ladies, when it thanks the Knights for the nov elty of the night barbecue and the hearti ness of their hospitality. Life, llealtu and Strength. Apalachicola, Fla., Feb, 17, 1889. Messrs. Lippman Bros., Savannah, Ga Dear Sirs I will write to inform you that I was afflicted with blood disease. I tried one bottle of and it gave me no relief. I was in bed seven months. I tried prominent physicians, and they could not do me any good. I saw your advertisement of P. P. P. in the Apala chicola" Times, and thought I would try it.' The bottle I got to-night makes seven or eight, and, oh, how good I feel. I have been up ever since and at my business, lumber inspector. You may publish this if you desire. I have in formed my friends that P. P. P. is life, health and strength. M. P. BOLDEN. Sold by all druggists and stores. Lippman Bros., proprietors and drug gists, Savannah, Ga. Late Cabled Report ueeiaeuiy 1 Inquiry from Snlnner- NewYork. Aug. 25. Messrs. Hubbard Price & Co., in their daily cotton circu lar to-day say : . , . , L.iverpooi reported a Deiwr uemauu i spot cotton this morning, the sales being 10,003 bales, sutures oy i owwa. improved 1-64 which, however, was subse quently lof?t. Opening prices here were 4 or points better man yesieruay 1 ' liyr improvement was maintained for the first hour or two of the session. By 1 o'clock. hnwovpr th linuidatlon or toeptemoer contracts had again commenced and prices had receded 2 or 3 points below the lowest OTirMr.f vpstprdAv. The afternoon saw rntinnaTicB of the liauidation of the Seutember contracts with lower prices, huthv the close the erasure was some what relieved and the market recovered to about lsst night's figures. The light re pots nrn the subiect of general discussion and may perhaps somewhat stimulate the foreign markets. Late cables report deci dedly more inquiry from spinners. RecelDts at the ports tor the day are 1.600 bales against 700 last week and 4,000 last year. , The Southern markers are steady at un e.hftnered Drices. The spot market is quiet and steady at former quotations Middling upianos xse Sales R52 bales. Transactions la futures to day 100,000 Futures closed steady as follows : August 6 097 01 September.; 6 9899 October 7 10.. November 7 2122 December 7 31 3J January 7 4142 February 7 5051 March 7 W til April 7 C9 COTTON. CORN Options moderately active and weak, closing H ic AOer- L,1-. closed easy. Spot sales No 3 mixed 65. August 633-$; teeptemoer jxw, December 57. .,., v OATS Options were uuii auu vc.i day, closing x to ic ow ?r closed nun ana wc.. kfy? in. white 43a4314: No. 3 do 42; Is o 2uixed40, S) AugSt September S ; October RYE-Quiet, quoted at C4a67 for Wes 39 tern. , o ru ,-... i POKK Dull Mess i:j..-ui.v" iu LA KD Closed lower; September 8 00; October 7 95. a . SCGAK-raw, quiet out uriu; i-co. Muscovado 2J: test cent rifngal J ti nned strong andasnacie n gnei; cui .wl nnichul s :-5-iiiin .VI) oowuei Cll general The IlandNoiuctit Lady In ltalelgli, Remarked to a friend the other day that she knew Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and convince you oi its merit any druggist will give you a sample bottle free. Large size 50 cents and $1.00. CITY. Sales. Tone. Midl'g. Galveston . . 123 Quiet 6 7-8 Norfolk 43 Ouiet 7 1-16 Baltimore NomT 7 5-3 Boston. Dull 7 1-8 Wilmington Steady 6 7-8 Philadelp'a Steady 7 5-8 Savannah.... 69 Dull 6 7-3 N. Orleans.. 200 Quiet 7 6-0 Mobile Nom'l 7 0-4) Memphis ... 75 Steady 7 0-0 Augusta.... 61 Steady 700 Charleston Steady 7 1-8 Cincinnati Pteadj 7 5-8 Louisville Quiet 7 3-8 St. Louis Quiet 7 1-16 Rec FLAGS, 7; prrHuulated 4M: cuoes uumu A4Ja4K; confectioners' A 4h4s;. CoFFr E Spot lots closed dull Rio or Santos No. 7 quoted nt 14jal4 Fu- iuo cr huiv u. tnres closed steady. August 13.5-j; September 13 30; November . 13.55; Octoler BANNERS. DECORATION GOODS LANTERNS CANDLES ILLUMINATING GOODS TRANSPARANCI ES, BADGES Political Goods of ail Kinds. ESTIMATES GIVEN AND 443 3 14 52 322 574 8 88 39 7 153 "84 Baltimore. IModuee Market. Hat.timorr. Md.. Auk. 25. Flour steady. Western snner 2.00a2 35; do extra 2.50a3.50; do family 3 75a4 25; winter wheat patent 4.25a4.60: sonnic wnat pnieui oui.o.. snrinfT wheat 4 00a4 52. Aucust v6Via75; September 4ta,o; uc tolrr 7Sa79; Uecember 82a82; siearr-er No. 2 ren 70Ji. soutnern wneas toeauj; Fultz 71a79: Loneberry 73aS0. CORN Dull. Mixed spot 59 bid; u-J snist 58 bid: Seotetnber IS asked; October ! 56 asked. Southern corn rirm, wh te O TS Firmer. No 2 white western 43h 44: No 2 mixed do 40 asked. KYK Dull and iuactive. No 2, 72. HAY Steady. Good to choice timothy 14 50al5.50. PROVISIONS Steidy. Mess pork, 14 50; bulk meats, loose shoulders 7i; long clear ribs 9; clear rib sides 8?; sugar pick led shoulders 8; sugar cured smoked j shoulders 9:"hams, small 14, large 14; lard, refined 9: crude 7. BUTTER Firm. Creamery , fancy 25;! do fair to choice 22a2i; do imitation 20a 21; ladle, fancy 18al9; rto good to choice 16aal7: store packed 14alb; grass 15al F.QfJS Firm h1. lPaSk;. COFFEE -Steady. Fair Rio cargoes 17; RaVor flnrl Handlf Mamifarturert No 7 14 " M " u " M,,k iiiuiiuiuwiui di 0i SUGAR Steady. Granulated 4c COPPER Steady; refined 10a 1. W H1SKY Steady at 1.2A per v allou. PEA NUT Firm. Virginia faucj hand picked 4 Va4W; choice 3ao4; farmers 2a 3; North Carolina 3 Goads Eurnished a Lowest Prices W. G. & A. B. Ct PAnorh e)l)l UIIUl) . GROCERS,- --CZAR- oc. Each. $5.00 per 10. $50 00 per 1, . Liverpool, spot cotton steady. Middling uplands 3 15-16d Sales 8,000 bales. Futures closed steady. Durant, Miss., Dec. 12, 1890. Office of J. S. Rosamond. Messrs. Lippman Bros., Savannah, Ga. : Gentlemen While in San Autonio, Texas, last spring, I saw your advertise ment of P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium) in the paper for the cure of rheumatism, and thought I would try a bottle, finding such great re lief from it, on my return home I had my druggist, Mr. John McClcllan to or der me a supply. After taking, I think ten bottles, I have not had a pain or ache since, previous tc that I suffered for twenty rive years, and could not get the least benefit until I tried P. P. P., and therefore, take pleasure in recom mending it to all. Yours truly, J. S. Rosamond. The City Cotton Market. Raleigh. August 25 Good Middling Strict Middling Middling Strict Low Middling Iow Middling Tinges Stains 6a7 Market very firm. I. M. 7 7 a73 SPECIAL NOTICES. New crop annual crimson clover seed. Write for prices. L R Wyatt, dealer in choice field seeds, Raleigh, N. C. aug26 2w Wanted. To correspond with a reliable party with a view to establishing a first class stationery business in Raleigh, address with reference. Box 410, Richmond, Va. 23auir.3-d. hxenitlve Committee. a meetintr of the State .leetlim state There will be Democratic Executive Committee in the city of Raleigh at 12 o'clock noon on Tuesday, September C, 1802. F. M. Simmons, Chm'n R. II. Cowan, Sec'ty. Hp w rlli. The regular monthly business meetin of .hpworth League No. 24 will be held at Ldcnton Street Methodist church to iniii m o o ciock. jYieruoers are re quested to be present promptly at the time of opening, and all committees are expected to have their reports in readi uvhs. The members of Marvin Chapter and of the Junior League will be cor dially welcomed at the meeting. Our line of candies embraces all that is best in eating quality. We display the most extensive assortment and can sup ply your wants. - Rotbtkb. to this town. In point bread for dyspeptics. Fresh supply just received by 1 nomas 1 escud. Position wanted by a registered phar macist with" best references. Address "Drvig Clerk," care Chronicle. such a magnificent ment is coming of population, Raleigh is a much smaller place than this show has ever visited; but we knew it was a good thing and we went to work and got it. If vou can possibly help it, don't let the people miss it. I ell about it and let them understand that it is something worth their atten tion." "Is there anything about the racing?" "Oh yes. We will everlastingly beat the record in the time, too ; both as to the horses we will have and the time they'll make. Tere'll be at least fifty fine horses iu me races mis year, lou Know we had fifty seven horses in the races here a few days ago. All are coming to the fair, and there'll be others beside Entire wheat flour makes the best New River Mullets for sale by the bar rel or pound at Thos. Pescud's. Tlie Homclieft ill an In ltaleigli As well as the handsomest, and others are invited to call on any druggist and a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsnm for the throat and lungs, a remedy that asked Caraleigh Cotton Mills 80 bid; S5 asked Raleigh Stock and Itond Market. Quotations of the Inter-State Trust and Brokerage Company. Raleigh, August 25, 18.2. North Carolina 6's (ex. int.) 125 bid; "North Carolina 4'sS$ bid; 91 asked. N. C. R. R. 103 bid, ... asked. W. N. C. R. R. Co. 6's 80 bid; S5 ssked, R. &G. Railroad 8's 117 bid; asked. R. & G. Railroad 75 bid; 78 asked. S & R R. R bid; 102 asked. City of Raleigh 6's 1K7, 10b bid; . . asked Raleigh Street Railway 6's 65 asked. N. C Agricultural Society 6's 36 bid; "citizens' National Bauk 121 bio. Commercial and Farmers Bank 111 bid; . . . asked. National Bank of Raleigh 120 bid. Raleigh Savings Bank 135 bid. Raleigh Cotton Mills .. bid; 97 asked. uaraieign 'nospnate .anus t' oiu; o Chicago Prod it re Market. Chicago. August 25 All the grain mar keta started weak and lower on the chol era scare but late in the day taera was re covery on firmer cables a d bad crop ad vices wnlcn lett prices yHz higher for wheat, Kc higher lor corn and 36c higher lor oats at the close. Tnere to almost a pauic in provisions caused bv the cholera news from Ho rope, tre lHiuidativn autl various trading. Late iu the day there was a recovery winch left lard 2c h'gher at t'.e close, bni pork sus tained a decline or 4 c and ribs clostd 7H to 0c lower. The following were the closing figures Wheat Augut 74; .-erjtember 76; De cember78. Corn-At gst 52l4; Septem- to the public, w would call tli. att hor r.OV- I ,.t.lwr rS)- Man L1 1 I into I . ...... tion ot tne smokkk io ine ioiiuii; The floor it was strewed. Like the leaves on the strand. With cigars that Ah Sin hail lteu hii;u. From the tax he did not undiTMa!ni. In his sleeves, which were loui. Were one thousand or more, And the weeds they smelt strotg As they lay on the lloor. IN PKKSENTIN TIIK CARZ OF KEY WEST her 52)4; October r.2; May 54 Oats August 34; September Oculn?r 'S May irorK feepte-mbrr io.o.-; Octo ber 10 62; Jauuary n2 20. Lard Septem- er 4.0O; uctorer 7; .la ury fill. Ribs-September 7 0; Uctolrr 7 5a; Jan nary 6 T1- Cigar IS I'OSITIVKH I il l 1 ! II A VAN V Ti: e, and a)- V KINK WRAITI.K. II."- Naval store. NKw Y'KK, Aug 25. Si jrits turpentine steady, as a treneral rule, bur trading tlow: quoted at 28Xa2"J. Rosin unchanged and quiei; strained 1 20; do goxl l.i.dl.27 WILMINGTON, N. C, August 25. Spirits turpentine liraat s-'SJtfc. bid. Rosin firm; strained 8 ; good strained Q-t. Tar stead at 1.35 Crude turpentine firm, hard 1.00: yeiiow din and virtnn at 1.65. Charlkston, S. C, Aniru t 25. Hosin firm at 95; spirits turpentine lirni at 26Vc. Old. facta : WITH UNK has a vki who want a more than ordinarily :!, but medium size Ciirar, will find thi to meet their rcquircim-iits. WANTED. is selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to relieve and cure all chronic and acute eougrj and consumption, and Si. 00. asthma, bronchitis Large bottles 50 cts. DIOCESE OF OKTII CAROLINA. Mci-kholdei-h' 3Ieoiiu. The annual meeting of the stockhuld ers of the Commercial and Farmers'" bank will be hel l at its banking house in the city cf Rideigh on Thursday, September owi, i'J2, at 6 o'clock p. m. nugG lia 13. S. Jekman, Cashier. Kennebec Ice. Just from the Kennebec River, via Richmond to Raleigh. Large thick bloocks. Hard Pine, durable, without tarfe or xmell. Kennebec Ice is irenerallv known to be the best in this country and sell on its merits. Plenty from now on by the car loard more or less. J ones & Powell, -Phone 41 and 71, Raleigh, N. C. HihliopN Lyman's Appointment. Aug 17, Wednesday, Sylva. " 18, Thursday, Cullowhee, Jack son county, Consecration. 44 21, Sunday, Cashier's Valley. 44 23, Tuesday, Franklin. 44 24. Wednesday, St. John's. 44 26, Friday, Flat Rock. 44 2G, Friday, p. m. Henderson ville. 44 28, Sunday, Calvary Church, Hen derson county. 44 29, Monday, p. m., Morganton. 44 30, Tuesday, Hickory. September, 1, Thursday, Lenoir. 44 2, Friday, Yadkin Valley. " 4, Sunday, Blowing Rock. 44 6, Tuesday, Boone, Watauga. 4 7, Wednesday, St. John's Vallc Crucis. 44 D, Friday, p. m.. Statesville, 11, Sunday, Charlotte. 13, Tuesday, Lincolnton. N. C. Car Company 100 bid; . . asked. North Carolina Wagon C&vnpany . cor mon) 10 asked. North Carolina Waeon Conmanv (nre- f erred) 65 asked. Peace Institute 66 bid; . . asked. Raleigh Iand and Improvement Co.. 28 bid; 35 asked. Raleigh Gas Light Co. 70 bid; 76 asked. OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGIIT ONLY SATURDAY, .Will ST 27th. New York Money Market. New York. August 25. Monev on call loaned easy at la2 per cent t the closing rate was 2 percent. Exchange closed dulL hosted rates 4.87$a4 by; actual rates 4.86 a4.87 for 60-day bills, and 4.88a4.88J4 for demand. Govern ment bonds closed st t ad v: currency 6's 107 bid; 4's (coupons) 115 bid; 0 T T extended 2rs iregistered) 100 bid. All A. Y, PEA R SON'S BIG REALISTIC PRODUCTION, -THE Midnight Alarm. Toilet Soaps. Pjar's famous scented and uuscented Soaps, also 47-11, and a full line of Col gate Toilet Soaps at Thos. Pescud's. Iluy Carpet Now. Tne new patterns in carpets for this season are now in stock. Our patrons can take more time in making selections aud he better served if they will buy now, instead ot waiting until the fall rush begins before purchasing. W. II. k R. S. Tuker, & Co. Ilarsaing in Carpet. We still have some 44carpet bargains" tlie car pets as good as any we buy, ex cept they are not new patterns while others are in single carpet length. This applies to both Brussells and Ingrains. W. II. & R. S. Tucker, fc Co. A Remington typewriter for sale chean at this office. Collection for Diocesan Mission. Agenta Wanted. Malp and fpmolp nlrl orid v.mr. $0 to f 25 per day easily made, sell ing our Queen Plating Outfits, and doing Gold, Silver, Nickel, Copper and Brass Plating, that is warranted to wear for years, on everv class of Metal, Tableware, Jewelry, &c. Ligh and We aim at all times to produce the best, both as regards style of package and quality of contents always fresh and wholesome, i Royster. Everything that is nice to eat or drink can be found at Thomas Pescud's. Wanted! A hrst-clas8 barber. None but good workmen need apply. Address or apply to G. Viola & Sons, 124, Fayetteville street, Raleigb, JN. C. aug22-6t Walters The Tailor. Complete line of Irish and Blarney iweacs, lnsn inze, .English homespuns. tropicals, etc. Midsummer weights in large line, fancy and plain cloths. The best and showiest line of goods ever brought to Raleigh. Baby Carriages at Clost For the next sixty Gays. Good, fresh, clean, new stock at Fred A. Watson's picture and art store. Highest of all in Leavening Power. LatesMJ. S. Gov't Report. nN n o My Li . sszggm r 1 A mm ABssajyinscir pure Stoeks and Bonds. New York, Ane. 25. Oregon t imported lsts) 101 bid; Alabama (A) 101 bid; Ala- Dama (U lOo bid; Alabama ;C 02 bid: Louisiana (consols) 92 bid : Tennessee (old) 62 bid; Tennessee .new set) 6's 100 bi -; Tennessee 5's 100al05: Tennessee 3's M&77; Virginia 6's 55 bid: Virannia Ex. Mat. (coupons) 4d bid; North Carolina 4's 98 bid; North Carolina 6's 123Vbid: South Carolina Browns 95 bid. NEW YORK. Auk. 25. W IT. 99: Adams 14t; Amu. lvo. U S. 5S: Wells. 142: ( CO & I 66; N YJ, 113;' N J C, 13. Ills. C, A CAR LOAD OF SPECIAL SCENERY The tfreat itailroad Scene. " L.ving Statue Clock. ' Wonderful Wharf Scene " Swing Bridge at Shark Kim " The Brooklyn bridge at mKht ANI THE RUN OF A GENUINE FIRE ENGINE, Seats now on sale at MacRae's Drug Store A position as look ke-ier. -i--..! t book-keeper, or asf-Lstant aihhier dl a u,u:k. with a chance of promotion. I am m graduated t lie Smith (kminu-rcial cil!tv-, of Ii-xington, Ky. Will work on r-.i .:. sonabie terms, and can give k'"" r ' " ences. All communications HMr auglO-tf R. L. H., Keuly, N. C CEfJILVORTH : INH. BILTMORE STATION, ASHEYiLLE, N. C. Asheville on the one. Vanerl lit i'.t:!; on the other side; 160acreso Fort INrk, 20 aces Lawn, 1,200 square miles f v The best appointed Hotel, finest taJ.l--. equalled orchestra, unparalleled r'd--. ! drives. MOST RKASOSATtLK KAT1S. !'. a j tifully illnstrattd pamplet free. BROWNING & WHKKLKK. je25 2m. Proj-n ur-. 'il. The Tyler Desk Co., of Kt !.....-, Mo., have just thrown on the n.Hrk-t -ti elegant Standard Antique Oak, 4 It. . in , kou I'Urtatn Desk:, complete hi ev-rv talL F. O. B. St. LouiH. for f2I. and ft . same style and finish, for 11 n-t. cash. See their card in this issin-. t-u your order direct or send for spec ia" tir u ltr. Bauk conn tern and government wrr. a specialty. Send in your lloor il;tn- f--r designs and prices. L L - rr fTM j ri it ? TJ' ' u J; , W'hl C,45;MichO,l()S;NPac, 20 15, Thursday, p. m., Rutherford- N Pacpfd. CenPac 29; U Pac, 3b; ton. Mo. Pac 59; Tex Pac, 8; Man E L,1363; 18, Sunday, Hillsboro. g g " P w ou; J v.U.Uo kJVl . .V. -JUST NOW. & H, 135; D, L& W, 156; Den, 16; Erie, 2; krle ptd. ; K & T, Ui; L S. 134K; u & sc w, 24i; Li E v W pfd, 76; L & N, 09; M & E : N W, 117; N W pfd, -O & W, 19; O & M, -; O & M pf i'ac M, 38; Quick, 3; Quick pfd, 17; Reading. 58; TL I. 805: S F. :S F rfd. -: Omaha, 52; Omaha pfd, 120; St Paul. 82K; St. Paul pfd.l26tf; N&C,8S: MLS, ; Wab, 10: Wabpfd, 25l4; B & Q, lCW: Hi 6c U, 18; Man 115; O N, 78; O T ; K T, H; B & O. 97. Stocks were fairly active during the two principal trading was in Reading, Colo- anu ,any Vests, Uurablc Dusters to travel in o.j0;1t, 1,0i : principal trading was m Kes woimj uouuicu, no cAuciicncc io- rado Coal. Sugar Trust. Prtcf wpro Ittpd-. quired to operate them. Can be car- hilar. During the first hour some strcngn ried bv hand with prsp. from hon to waa ,but ,?.fter 11 o'clock there S v wva U7 U U T'fn U T I Cr a CIA Ci-I tin - 1 --4 M n-r k. . house, same as a orin KHck or sRtehp.l. eariv advanr. was w. Tio Vr-o. 'cr 6Wb ou on wry garment you purchase: no matter wh th. r vou 1 Fall is future what issummcrery is seasonable. Our line of Light W i.i t secms to have gone to the very heart of popular fa or. Th. n: is a mm t 1. f popular service for them yet. How is your waim weather wKPlndV? Th-1 is a Leap of comfort and lots of style in our plain and fai.cy Coats and Y-t-. Serge Suits, Alapacas, Drap Dctes, Cicilians, with or without vest-, wl.it- There are bi break in j ri - all over the house, that makes present purchasing profitable. Tw isty f.v- 7 mney 1 Alapaca Coat or a Coat and Vest, or a Jfcht weiuLt uit. eith, r f. Jm. Lij T Qll LI I HIIIIIIML KVIJI V MUSI TIHMM I 1 rl 1 MT. U7 Q u Tria man hcifr aaI sell housK and familTr Qnd nrrtrVnlin I to 50 Thcf-tock market was dull nttr P2 w UL1 A V UkJUV J m I -a - - " - Cheap, durable, simple and within tK&K reach ot every one. Plates almost in- McGill, of New Jersey, had rendered his stantly, equal to the finest new work. SSSfSd SthXn "2. iSKS! Send for circulars. &c. Oueen Citv able did not seem to influence that stork. r... - . ' V I A-U 1 I X ?uver & lNickel Plating Co. East St. tlSS. j rf-r v. r self or boy? renewal ? you g t the 25 mt writ, discount. Does not Mm thii - v.- 1 Louis, 111. myl9-d&wly. JYNCHBURG & DURHAM R. R. SHOET LINE TO NORTH AND WEST. Trains leave Durham as follows ' wo. at Liocal, e. o. d 6.20 a. m ino. a, Mau and Kxnress 3.30 d. m. No. 12, Mixed 5 a.m. Arrive at Durham: No. 1, Mail and Express 11.50 a. m xo. 7SL, ixxsai, e. o. d 5.30 p. m. 2s o. 11. Mixed 7.30 d. m. No. 1 connects at Durham with Richmond and Danville trains for Raleigh and points ooutn: at uenmstoo Junction with Atlan tic and Danville train from Danville. No. 2 Connects at Denniston Junction with Atlantic and Danville trains for Danville. Close connection made at Lynchburg with Richmond and Danville, Chesapeake and Ohio, and Norfolk and Western rail roads, to and from all points North and East, West and South-west The shortest and most direct line to all points North and West. For Information upply to R. C. STANARD, Acting Supt, Lynchburg, va. i - ed with those of yesterday. amouniea to w,aia snares. Baltimore, Aug. 25. Virginia consols 42 bid; do ten forties 37a40; do 3's 74a75; Baltimore & Ohio stock 97 asked; N orth ern Central stock 64 bid; Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern first 105K bid; do first incomes 69 bid; do second incomes 28 asked; do third income 7a8; consolidated gas bonds 115 bid; do stock 61a61K- New York Produce Market. New Yobk, August 25. Flour closed quiet and steady. Fine grades of spring 1.70a2.10; do winter 2.00a2.20; superfine spring 1.80a2.2V, do winter 1 90a2.3o; extra i spring .oa4..!d; do winter 3.00a4 50; exTa No. 2 spring 1.85a2.50; do winter 2.10 a2.90; city mills extras 4.65 for West Indies. Southern flour closed dull; trade and fam ily extras 3.15a3 75. WHEAT Options opened fairly active day. The local trading was notverv active, but the bears were rather timid. lautr in tne nay on rumors of war in Eu rope thfre was covering, prices closing xi to c higher. Spot lots closeu steady! Spot sales No. 2 red winter 81; do August 80: do September 81; do October 82 December 85. OUR WIDE-AWAKE BUYER ! The sales 11 come to our store you would think w. in tl. ,..;ddl....f th.- hu season- -goods coming in all the time. You would almost think our fall rt"i: complete, but it is not, lots of new things are already in their r.ew d. partnv r t. A beautiful line of Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs ram-in- frc m H to 7-V I ' the Linens, and a special line of white HemstitcLed fcilk cne at 50, r.hn.l The fall hats are arriving fast, 1-alf a dozen new etjile are here r.ow, l r.ty more to come; will be pleased to ehow you through our new Hat Deprtiv M. and think you wil-e a modern one. This coupled with our usual low I ri- - ought to give us th.j hat trade of this section. Filled up our .hirt stock; got all sizes and kinds agui,;. 15y tin- way. . uuni wntiuiia intrueti imnv active I T. i , today. The local trading was not very 7" kr,ow tLilt w" etll the best hhirt made, in either plain rr plaittd "n;. active, bnt t,n noHrs wora mthm I r for $1.25? Try someoftbem. S, & D. BE&WANOER.