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Til U USD AY, kS.pt. 1, 1892.! J. A. IIOLLOJIN New Kdllor. Weather Keport. lULKiun, Aug. 30. Max. tcm. 88 ; nun torn. 70. Rainfall 0 12 inch. Local forecast for Raleigh and vicinity : Partly cloudy soon clearing; consider ably cooler. Washington, August 31. Forecast for North Carolina: Showers on the coast, slightly cooler on the coast; winds mostly northwest. New Advertisement. Wanted A Situation as Teacher. NEWS OF THE CITY. At the theatre this evening, Bulow Bros, minstrels. A new lodge of Odd Fellows was insti tuted last evening. Efforts are being made to obtain can non with which to-tire a salute on the 10th. Milton II. Snowden. of Snowdcn, Cur rituck county, is appointed a notary public. The University, Trinity college and the Agricultural and Mechanical college all begin their terms to day. There are ninety-oao students at the academy. There PERSONALS. Mr. J. C. R. Little is reported to be very sick. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Johnson leturned to the city yesterday afternoon. Miss Jeanie Williams, of Fayetteville, is visiting at Mr. A. M. McPheeters. Mr. W. J. Burke of Raleigh takes charge of the express office at Salisbury. Mrs. Alice Higgs of Greenville, is vis iting Mrs. J. A. Higgs on North Blount street. Mr. T. K. Bruner, who for some time has been in the Blowing Rock country returned here yesterday. Prof. Gerald McCarthy, botanist, re-turi-ed yesterday from a trip in the Wes tern part of the State. Messrs. K. W. Weathers and Will. Bishon have returned from a visit to the Buffalo exposition, Niagara, New York city, &c. Capt. Charles M. Roberts, keeper of the capital, left yesterday morning for the Sparkling Catawba Springs, near Hickory. Mr. E. R. Haywood, a phosphate mill expert, arrived here yesterday from South Carolina on business conntcted with the Caraleigh mills. Mr. E. R. Tucker, lately with W. II. k R. S. Tucker & Co., left yesterday for Atlanta. Ga.. where he will be connec ted with a leading shoe house. Gov. Holt's appointment of Hon. .Tampa C. MacRae to fill the vacancy at TIIEY PREFER DEFEAT. I Markets by Telegraph. WHITE REPUBLICANS OF FOR STHE IN A DILEMMA. Negroes Demand Reeojjnitlon on I lie County Ticket Refuse to Vote Republican Ticket Unless Recognized. Special to the State Chronicle. Winston, N. C, August 30. The re publican county convention will be held here September 17. rarty leaders are troubled to know what to do with the colored brother who is still claiming recognition on the ticket. Last night the colored citizens of Salem Chapel township, held an enthusiastic meeting: seventy-five voters were in attendance and every one pledged himself not to support the republican ticket unless some was given colored men on White republican BR i w&mkl qm llftl.'i.rh male academy. lucre were i.p..i mnri. nt tln niicnimr than over be- the sunreme court bench meets with the f,r.. commendation of the press and the V'I Vl " A A larirc steel boiler for a stationary en- public. Mrs. 1. Li. JiDeruarat, Misses uiauue ginc is now in course ol construction at the Seaboard Air Line, and will soon be in use. The ladies always attend the perform ances of Barlow Bros, minstrels, which are clean and thoroughly enjoyable, with many new features. Sheriff Monroe, of Rowan, yesterday brought two prisoners to the peniten tiary. One or the convicts, James Hen derson, gets a 10 years sentence. Thursday the sixtieth birthday of Rev. A. I). Betts. It was celebrated at Max ton by a family reunion, all the children and grand children gathering at the parsonage. ter recognition the county ticket, leaders say they prefer defeat rather than j market ia likely to remain subiec placing a negro on the ticket. Tromi- ceipt and cnoiera news nent republicans in X orsythe favor put ting out full State ticket, and they believe such will be done at Raleigh next week. They are of the opinion that the nominee for governor will be either Judge W. if Bynum, of Charlotte, or Col. James E. Boyd, of Greensboro. North Carolina Report is unfavora ble, and Places tlte Cotton Crop at 70 Per Cent. NKwYont Aug 3t. Messrs. Hubbard Price & Co., in their daily cotton circu lar to-day say : This morning's waeKiy gowrrmmt tr jp report is not, ia movable, aud the State re port fro m North ( ar -liua is unfavorable and places thecv.ttou crop m inn st-ue at .... - ri'T : . U,t..Airai nraa u per ueiij., ucs, uvcc., mw without effe t on tho marfce, while the cholera reports nve ceprtsiug eneuuo on the market, while tie cciolera reports have depressing en cts Doth lu ijiverpooi and here Our market by t o'olocfc snow ed a decline oil 8 pomrs as compared witn J w . J T . . I A I U1C3 ICUUl lAtJt. ' J . , . - . iinriKiz tne airemoon a report n(1 DOiHno'.nnt nnprt tnrouenoui me cholera had developed in Liverpool and , rinsing nrices ranged a decline of that a steamer with several cases aboard f ' w , s cent spot lots closeu low- had arrived in this harbor lei to a sharp s' t Bes no. 2 red winter 80; do break in the market and a decunsotaOLUi 7q3, do October 80; do rio- 5 points nuore was established Vio.smF veir ber 82s: do December 84 was weak, about ?3 points under last mgm. CORN Options were fairly active: Liverpool cables with regard to Mancned- nricea weav closine VA to L loer. Spot situation continue gloomy ana tne r t inM(i iowt.r. Srjot sales No. 2 mixed iVt- ia litralv remain cnhlP.P.f. t,f re- I , ... i e-zj. rl,- 61 VTt- teceipis at ine ports ior tuo uu.jr wo bales, asalnst l,4U0 lasc wees, auu touvat nntinns opened weak. A good many stop orders were reached. Ca bles reported a heavy market in Liverpool 7,500 9.400 last year, vpmhflt Sfi1: OATS -Options were moaerareiy acuve and weak, closlnst sliehtly lower. Spot lots closed lower. Spot sales No. 2 white 40 The spot market is quiet at 1-16 qiotoQ No 3 do 33a39; Ko 2 mixed 33a38; ions. Middling uplands 7Jc Sales 298 d AuKUSt 373. September 38; Octcbei Kennebec Ice. Just from the Kennebec River, via Richmond to Raleigh. Large thick bloocks. Hard Pine, durable, without taste or smell. Kennebec Ice is generally known to be the lest in this country and sell on its merits. Plenty from now on by the car loard more or less. Jones & Powell, Phone 41 and 71, Raleigh, N. C. Entire wheat flour makes the best bread for dyspeptics. Fresh tupnly just received by Thomas Pescud. Just In-fore 4 o'clock yesterday one of the loudest crashes of thunder ever heard here startled the nervous. A few mo ments before the lightning played over every wire in the city. Mr. Bousall, who will do the paving near the depot, left yesterday for New port News for a day or two. Material is now being delivered so that the paving can be begun by next Monday. Gov. Holt yesterday offered a reward of 8100 each for the arrest of William Hall and John Dockery, Jr., the two white men who murdered Andrew Bry eon in Cherokee county recently. "NVe call the attention of the insuring public to the advertisement of the Wash ington Life Insurance Co., an old and re liable company, which is represented by Mr. II. D. Blake. See 4 -ad" in another column. A wag got off the train yesterday and us soon as he reached the outer door of the depot perpetrated a joke. Looking at the buss of the Yarboro he said: "I sec kisses are cheap here." He read the inscription, "Buss 10 cents." Seaboard Air-Line railway is building a hose reel on a baud car, for use here. This will run on the tracks and afford a ready and speedy, means of reaching the hydrants along the line of the road here, particularly northward of the round house. The committee on collections for the World's Fair yesterday received from Mr. J. S. Brecse, of Fayetteville, some remarkably choice specimens of pears, of three varieties, Duchesse, LeConte and Clairgon. These were sent to New York, to be specially prepared in glass jars. All members of the W. C. T. U , are earnestly requested to meet this afternoon at 4 1 2 o'clock at Mrs J. W. Carter's. Young lady members of the union are particularly invited and others who are interested in the temperance cause are also requested to be present. Matters of special interest. - Halelish'M Plrt Rale of Cotton. Yesterday the first bale of new cotton come in. It was grown in Cleveland township, Johnston county, by Mr L. T. Byrd. It graded strict low middling and was bought by Mr. Charles E John son at 7 3 8. Marshall Eberhardt, Maude M. Marshal and Susie Marshall left to-day on an ex tended pleasure trip in the western part of the State. Among yesterday's arrivals at the Yar boro were John F. Shackelford and wife, Tarboro; Mrs. E. J. Parrish, Miss Lily Parrish, T. W. Harris, M. W. Reed, Durham; H. S. Van Doren, Kinston. Cadet Worth Bagley, who has taken a high stand, both mentally and physi cally, at the Naval Academy at Annapo lis, is here on a month's leave. It is always a pleasure to note the high stand ing of a North Carolinian at so notable an institution. It is now said that Messrs. John B. Eaves and J. C. L. Harris, who repre sent the opposing factions of the North Carolina republicans, were summoned to New lork bv the chairman of the repuo Hcan national committee, perhaps with a view to adjustment of the long quar rel. THE COTTON MARKET. The Receipts for the Year Show a Large Decrease. Yesterday the cotton year ended. The receipts were only 28,000 bales, a falling oil of 12,160 as compared with the pre vious season. The season was an un favorable one, and the falling off began early in the season. The records of the cotton market show that since Septem ber 1st, 1S79, the receipts have been as follows: 1880, 52,548; 1881, 76 728; 1882, 61,046; 1883, 52,059; 1884. 33,631; 1885, 32,832; 1886, 29.781 ; 1887, 31,627 ; 1888, 35,513; 1889, 31,490; 1890, 21,813; 1891, 40,160; 1892. 28,000. There are about 750 bales of un weighed cotton in warehouses here. There is in all about 2,000 bales thus stored. It should be borne in mind that the receipts reported here are strictly local and are not bales compressed. The number com pressed during the season was about 40, 000, it is said. Bticklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required: It is guaranteed to ge perfect satisfaction, or money refund,'. Price 25 cents per box. For sale John x. MacHae. Will Wynne's Long Trip on a Wheel. Charleston, S. C, August 30. At 4 o'clock this morning William H. Caldwell, a well known athlete of Columbia, S. C, and William A Wynne, baseball pitcher, athlete and champion contortion bicyclist of Raleigh, left the Battery, Charleston, for a bicyle tour across the continent. They have for some time past contemplated a trip trom unarieston to san Francisco on their wheels, but were delayed thus far by a combination of small accidents. Their wheels have been in America only fourteen days, being the finest made They are pneumatic tire, swift racers, made in Coventry, England, and weigh, when stripped, just thirty two pounds each. The "Two Williams," as they will be known on their long trip, will at tempt something that has never been done before. A short time ago an ad venture ciclist rode from San Francisco to New York, but made it by easy stages. They will follow the line of rail road as much as possible and hope to reach the Pacific in seventy days. They will go from Charleston to Augusta, thence to Atlanta, Decatur, Ala., and Memphis. Beyond Memphis the exact route is not yet determined, but it will be through Arkansas, the Indian Terri tory, the Panhandle ot Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and Lower California. The southern route was taken to avoid, as much as possible, the extreme cold of the Rock Mountain passes. The ciclists expect to meet somewhere about Atlanta, Yoe Gay ton, the female pedestrian, who is now on her long walk from New i ork to San Francisco by way of New Orleans. Two hundred wheelmen of Charleston escorted the tourist ten miles on their journey. firms bales and 7.400 bales delivered on con 391 x,ract. . Transactions m .mures today mm.oju bales. To day closes the present, cotton year, 'l ne crop is pra-juca'iy ,wu,w uaies, ami prices in this market are 1J4 tor spot cot ton and about 1J4 ior zuture aeiiventw lower than a year ago. Liverpool is c lower for spot cotton and a for future deliveries than at this time last year. Futures closed steady as follows : September 6 fi4 .. October 6 88-.. November 7 09 December 7 20.. January 7 3q -. February 7 39 March 7 49 April 7 59-.. COTTON. KYE Quiet, quoted at 63a64 for Wes tern. PORK Dull and easier; ll.87Kall.75 for old. LARD Closed lower, Septem-ber 7.78 a7.82; October 7 77a7.89. SUGAR Baw, strong and more active; 89 test Muscovado 2; 98 test centrifugal av' J?flnrl steadv and in erood demand; enf, loaf and crushed 5 3-16a5 5-16: pow! dered 5a5; granulated 4a4; cubes4Jsj a5; mould A4a4; confectioners' a y a45 COFF KE Spot lots closed dull. Rio or Santos No. 7 quoted at 14al4.T Fu tures closed quiet. Rio or Santos .No. 7, August 13.90; September 13.80; October 13 55; November . CITY. Sales. Tone. Midl'g.-j Rec. Galveston 0 Steady 6 13-16 2478 Norfolk Quiet 7 1-16 18 Baltimore Nom'l 7 1-2 2003 Boston Dull 7 3-16 142 Wilminetou steadj 6 3-4 4 Philadelp'a St-ady 7 9-16 45 Savannah.... 33' Steady 6 3-4 490 N. Orleans.. 1298 Quiet 7 0-0 2298 Mobile Noin'l 7 0-0 33 Memphis Steady 7 0-0 55 Augusta.... 272 Quiet 7 0 0 104 Charleston .. U00 Steady 7 3 4 147 Cincinnati... 60 Steady 7 5-8 150 Louisville Quiet 7 1-4 St. Louis, . . . 1034 Quiet 7 0-0 102 Liverpool, spot coiton moderately ac tive. Middling uplands 4d Sales 8 000 bales. Futures closed easy. M. V. ?I. C. A. New. The Gymnasium will open Sept. 15 The rowing machine which was donated by Mr. Phil II. Andrews, was placed in position yesterday making quite an ad dition to this department. Already our young men are looking forward with in terest and enthusiasm to body buildin work this fall. The general secretary is now busy planiDg for fall and winter work in the way of sociables etc. A prospectus of the work will soon be pub lished in pamphlet form, which will con tain some valuable information for young men. 1 he following papers have been added to the readintr room: Richmond limes, Philadelphia Jiecord, Lynchburg j.ycwn, ouuuik votserver Atlanta Juurnal, War Ilelit-ft Wanted. One of the pleasant features of the lawn party next Monday evening at Nash square, in aid of the Confederate monu ment fund, will be a "Confederate camp." To carry out the plan for this some war relics are indispensable. Cant R. II. Brooks, to whom this department 01 iuc lawn party has been given charge. p iriicuiany desires to secure some Con federate officers' coats or jackets; in fact any thing in the way of clothing. Any aucii anicies lent win be labeled uoicu iur auu reiurnea. At tne camp there will be tents and these will be put up and occupied by a company of veterans in command of Capt. Brooks. Tl, - 3 'ill 1 . . i ne uuueavor wiu oe to maKe these "war scenes" as realistic as possible. It is hoped that the people here who have any arti cles useful in this connection will at once advise Capt. Brooks of that fact. He is at the sheriff's office at the court house Wood Looks. Good looks are more than skin deen depending upon a healthy condition of an iuc vuai organs, ir the liver be in active, you have a bilious look, if your stomach be disordered you have a dys peptic look and if your kidneys be affect ed you have a pinched look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alter ative and tonic acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gives a good complexion. Sold at John Y. Macllao'8 drug store, 50c per bottle. r SPECIAL NOTICES. The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, August 31. 6 P Good Middling 7 Strict Middling 7i7 Middling 7 a7 Strict Low Middling 6 Low Middling u Tinges 6a6 Stains 6Ha6 Market dull. Baltimore Produce Market. RAi.TiMORR. Md.. Aue. 31. Flour dull. Western suoer 2.00a2.35: do extra 2.50a3.50; j do family 3 75a4 25; winter wheat patent 25a4.60; spring wheat patens 4.wi.oa; anri n a xt heat 4. 00a4 . 52. WHI51A.T yuiet. jnoz rea spot 4utwo, August V6a76; September 76a6; Oc tober 77Ma77; December 71a7lK; steam- er wo. red vuai. Bouinern wueat steady; Fultz 72a79; Longberry 75aS0. i;iik.:n uemorauzea. miacu bpoi 56; August 56 asked; September 55 asked; October 55 asked, southern corn fcieaay, white 55a58, yellow 58a60. OTS Firm. No a white western 4iaw; No 2 mixed do 3Sa39. RYE Firm. No 2, 74. HAY Steady. Good to choice timothy 14 50a 1 5. 00. PROVISIONS Steady. Mess pork, 14 50: bulk meats, loose shoulders 7; long clear ribs 9: clear rib sides 85i: sugar pick led shoulders S; sugar cured smoked shoulders 9$; hams, small 14, large 14; lard, refined 9X; crude 7. BUTTER Firm. Creamery, fancy 25; do fair to choice 22a24; do imitation 20a 22; ladle, fancy 18al9; do good to choice 16aal7: store packed 14al6; grass 15al7 EGGS-Steady at lSal9c. COFFEE - Steady. Fair Rio cargoes 17; No 7. 15. SUGAR Steady. Granulated 4c. COPPER Steady; refined 10all. WHISKY Steady at 1.25 per gallon. PEANUTfi inrm. Virginia tancy nana Our line of candies embraces all that is best in eating quality. We display the most extensive assortment and can sup ply your wants. Roystek. New River Mullets for sale by the bar rel or pound at Thos. Pescud's. Walters The Tailor. Complete line of Irish and Blarney twedes. Irish frize, English homespuns, tropicals, etc. Midsummer weights in large line, fancy and plain cloths. The best and showiest line of goods ever brought to Raleigh. Everything that is nice to eat or drink can be found at Thomas Pescud's. FLAGS banners DECORATION GOODS, LANTERNS, CANDLES, ILLUMINATING GOODS RANSPARANCIES Pranklln'M Flrt Bale. Special to the State Chronicle. Youngsville, August 31. Franklin county's first new bale of cotton was sold here to day. It was raised by R. T. Holam and was bought by Perry & Patterson at 7 cents. yJETROPO LITAN U ALL 11 ONE NIGH.T ONLY THURSDAY, - - SEPT. !. SPECIAL, A.ttrac i ion s . The Worlds Greatest Minstrel Organization. Comprising all the Leading .Lights ol Minstrelsy. THE FAMOUS DARL0W MAMMOTH DROS. MINSTRELS. UNDER THE DIRECTION OF A. L. DOIJSON THE SAME BIG SHOW That so recently charmed ard dszzled New York, Chicago, St. Louis, San Francisco. .New Orleans, and all the big cities. BADGES T Political Goods of all ESTIMATES GIVEN Kind AND Special llatCN. For the meeting of the So?ereign Grand Lodce, I. O. O F., at Portland, Oregon, the Richmond & Danville railway will sell round trip tickets from important coupon points on its line, at one first class fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale September 8th to 12th, inclusive; limited returning sixty days from date of sale. For the meeting of iJtate Assembly of the Knights of Labor at Elm City, the Richmond & Danville railway will sell low rate round trip tickets to Selma or Goldsboro and return from points on its lines in Norih Carolina, September 5, 6 and 7, good returning until and includ ing September 10, 1892. An Attractive Excursion. Thursday, September 8, an excursion will leave Durham at 9 o'clock a. m., and Raleigh 10 a. m., for Morehead City. It will be the cheapest and the most at tractive this season. Two whole davs will be given at the seaside as the excur sion leaves on its return at 7 p. m. Satur day. 1 he fare from Durham or Raleigh is only $2.50. Tickets are for sale at J. C. L. Lumsden's. A special car is re served for ladies and their escorts. ITleetlns State Executive Committee. There will be a meeting of the State Democratic Executive Committee in the city oi uaieigh at 12 o clock noon on Tuesday, September 6, 1892. F. M. Simmons, Chm'n. R. H. Cowan, Sec'ty. Wanted! A young lady, graduate of St. Mary's, Raleigh, desires a situation as teacher either in a school or private family. Best references given. Address S., P. O. Box 191, Raleigh, N. C Mr. Harry Ellerbe is the aug3l 4t agent for the Raleigh 'Appleton" window fast ener, a new invention; cheap, safe and convenient. New crop annual crimson clover seed. Write for prices. L. R Wyatt, dealer in choice held seeds, Raleigh, N. C. aug2G 2w Stockholder' meeting. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Commercial and Farmers1 bank will be hell at its banking house in the city of Raleigh on Thursday, September Sth, 1892, at 3:3U o'clock p. m. aug6 lm B. S. Jerman, Cashier. Toilet Soaps. Pjar's famous scented and unscented Soaps, also 47-1 lf and a full line of Col gate Toilet Soaps at Thos. Pescud's. A dose of Sinmons Liver Regulator, t&kcr daily, will relieve and prevent in- digesUn. Raleigh Stock and Boud Market. Quotations of the Inter-State Trust and Brokerage Company. Halkigh, August 31, 1S92 North Carolina 6's (ex. int.) 125 bid 12 asked. North Carolina 4's 100 bid; . . . asked JS. C. R. R. 103 bid, ... asked. W. N. C. R. R Co 6's 80 bid; 85 sked R. &G. Railroad S's 117 bid; asked R. & G. Railroad 7d bid; 78 asked. S & R. R R M bid; 102 asked. City of Rleigh rt's 1907, 10SK bid;. . asked Raleigh Street Railway 6's 65 asked. N. C Agricultural Society 6's 30 bid; "Ciuzeas' National Bank 121 bid. Commercial and Farmers Bank 111 bid; . . . asked. National Bank of Raleigh 120 bid. Raleigh Savings Bank 135 bid. Raleigh Cotton Mills . . bid ; 97 asked. Caraleigh Phosphate Mills .. bid; . asked. Caraleigh Cotton Mills 80 bid; 85 asked. N. C. Cr Company 100 bid; .. asked. .North Carolina wagon Company .com nlon) 10 asked. North Carolina Wagon Company (pre ferred) 05 asked. Peace Institute 66 bid; . . asked. Raleigh Land and Improvement Co., 28 bid; 35 asked. Raleigh Gas Light Co. 70 bid; 76 asked. New York Money Market. New York, August 31. Money on call loaned easy at 2a2 per cent , the highest rate; the lowest rate was 2 per cent. Ex change closed steadv. Posted rates 4.87a 4 89; actual rates 4.86Xa4.88,3i for 60-day I oiiis, ana t yt&i . sy ior aemana. uovern- ment bonds closed quiet; currency 6's 107 bid; 4's (coupons) 115 bid; extended 2's (registered) 100 bid. picked 4a4V; choice 3; North Carolina 3. 3a3; farmers 3a Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, August 31 Wheat was weak on large receipts, failure of expected frost to materialize, favorable government crop bulletin and steady t-pread of cholera. Closing prices yK to c lower. Corn depresed by same lnnuences as pre vailed in the wheat pit. Closing prices a lKc lower. The oat mar&et was allected by the weakness in other grains and closed 4 to Yhc lower. The cholera news scare ana weakness in grains had a depressing effect oa pro visions. Pork declined 27i to 30c, lard 12 and ribs 17c. The following were the closing figures : Wheat eptember 7' December 77; May 83. Corn -September 49: Octo ber 49; May 52. Oats September 34; October 34; May 37 Pork September 10 07; October 10.20; January 12 00. Lard - September 7.52; October 7.60; January 6 77 Ribs September 7.70; Octob2r 7 55; January 6 17. A Night of Mirth and Melody," All the latest Songs. Jokes, Dances and Mnic. Regular Price, 25, 50, and 75 cts. now on otats store. sale at MacRae's Drng- au30if INSTITUTE ForYoune: Ladies kacts: w I The Un3urpa-sed in thoroghness, location. Goods Furnished at Lowest Prices w. c. & A. B. Stronaeh. GROCERS, -Bakers and Candy Manufacturers.- -CZAR- 5c. Each. $5.00 per 100. $50.00 per 1,000. The Uoor it was strewed, Ike the leaves on the strand, With cigars that Ah Sin had ben hiding. From the tax he did not uuderstiin-i. In h's sleeves, which were lon. Were one thousand or mere, And the weeds they smelt strong As they lay on the floor. IX PRESENTING THE Z OP KEY WEST to the public, we would call the atten tion Of the SMOKER to trm fnll-winL' CAR CI GAR equipments, laculty, furniture and fare Twenty-one N itW PI AS OS. Send for catalogue. JAS. DINWIDDIE, M. A. (Uni. of Va ) jvl5-2m-d&w Ralefgh, N. C. WANTED. Norfolk Peanut Market. Norfolk, Va., Aue. 31 Peanuts Mar ket dull; prime 2 1-2; strictly prime 2, fancy 2; Spanish 2. A position as book-keeper, assistant book-keeper, or assistant cashier of a bank, with a chance of promotion. I am a late graduate of the.mith Commercial college, of 1j- xington, Ky. Will work on reason sonabie terms, and can give good refer ences. Ail communications address to anglO tf R. L. H., Kenly, N. C. TUCKERS' WEEKLY SPECIALS, Opening Day Dunlap Hats. To-day, Thursday, September 1st, is j ,i v ' , . i . , mail uuuuuai u uiu, i. ui til uaiuuiui s opening day throughout this country for 97 Did; North Carolina 6's 123 bid; South uuuiap iiais. iis naieign agenis ior uaroiina .Browns ys bid Stocks and Bonds. New York, Aug. 31. Oregon limported lsts) 102 bid; Alabama (A) 101 bid; Ala bama (Bi 104 bid; Alabama vC) 94 bid; Louisiana (consols) 92V bid; Tennessee (old) 62 bid; Tennessee mew set) 6's 10)3 bi-'; Tennessee 5's 95 bid; Tennessee 3's 75Ha77; Virginia 6's 55 bid; Virginia Ex. Mat. (coupons; 4a Did; Worth Carolina 4's Messrs. Dunlap & Co., we offer to-day the new fall styles of these celebrated hats. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. New Dres Goods. New dress fabrics for the fall season are daily arriving and are shown in the newest shades and styles. Of inexpen sive dress wools our lines are more varied New York, Aug 31 W C,97; Adams 146; Amn, V0, U S. 57; Wells, 143; C C C & I 65$; NYC,-;NJC, 133; IUs. C, N Pacpfd. 55; Cen Pac 29; U Phc, 38?; Mo. Pac 60; Tex Pac, 13; Man E L, 135; A&TH,33;A&TH pfd, 150; Can So, 58K: Can Pac, 85; C & A. 147; C & O; 23; D ac 1. iao; u, Li & w, ; Den, 16; Erie, 55 G &rie pid. B4; K & T, 15; Lt S. i;L, 1 . LOO A . Li E & W, 24W: LE&W Dfd. 75W: L, & N. than formerlv. particular attention heinfr ?7 i W, llb; JN w ptd, ; called to those at 50c. and 60c. oer vard 2' ,w, 19; O & M, 21; O & M pfd, -; Naval Stores. New York. Aug. 31. Spirits turpentine rather easier and in light request, quoted at2Sa2S. Rosin quiet and unchanged; strained 1 .224; do good l.i5al.27 WILMIKGTON, N. U., AUgUSt 31. Spirits turpentine steady, at '--Sc. bid. Rosin firm; strained 85; good strained 9. Tar steady ; at 1.35 Crude turpentine firm, hard 1.00; yellow dio and virgin at 1.65. CHARLESTON, S. C, August 31. KOSln firm at 95; spirits turpentine firm at 25c bid; 25c asked. All Free. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know its value, and those who have not, have now the oppoptunity to try it free. Call on the advertised druggist and get a trial bottle, free. Send your name and address to H. E . Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a sam ple box of Dr. King's New Life Pills, free, as well as a copy of Guide to Health I and Household Instructor, free. All of which is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing. Sold at John Y. Mac Rae's drugstore. Twin City Stencil Works STENCILS, RUBBER STAMPS, CHECKS, &c, Manufactured to Order S. B. TURNER & CO 81 Water St. P O Box 124. Norfolk, Va no-3-lv Cigar is POSITIVELY KILLKP WITH FINE HAVANA. TOKACCO, and also has a VERY FINE WRAPPED Thn who want a more than ordinarily good, but medium size Cigar, will find this to meet their requirements. I "Tit--1 S20. Send for Catalogue. GATES DESK CO., GREENVILLE. S. C. auK27-tf TANSY - piLLS Dr. Caton's prompt and Reliable effectual. Remedy. The only Safe, gnar- anteed woman's salvation. Price v., sent direct, sealed: advice R. F. CATON, Boston, Mass. octao-d&wly free. Df. BlillilHl IDG 66116$. ur Plans for Fall are Almost 'FtrLIj-GROWN"-rut We Have Been Hard at It. W. II. & R. and 60c. per yard. S. Tucker & Co. Pac M, 31; Quick, 3; Quick pfd, 17; Heading, 57; R I, 81; S F, -r-; S F pfd, -; Pimples, blotches, sores, and their cause, removed by Simmons Liver Regu lator. getting the store in the best shape you have cv r .--r. it, from front to back wt 1imvi mail.- iImtk t'ulv n'A trim for a busy season biggest we have ever had. Omaha, 52; 83; St. Paul ; Wab, 11; Omfiha pfd, 120; St Paul. 4LS. I B & Q, 101: AWAY- In the market resent fashion. 83: St. Paul pfd, 126W; N & C. 86. MLS. wao prn New Carpets. Our patrons are reminded that they can now make their selections of carpets witn less trouoie ana oe Detter served than bv waitinc until the fall rush b . .. . I Ti.x n 1 4- U A L.' m i J Til -r- gins. We show a complete line of car- ""p xrush auu wonnern -a The Population of Ilaleisu Is about fifteen thousand, and we would -we have searched all that w iil t- Our Buyer tells us of SPKClAL Exclusive arrangements he has consummated with the celebrated proiluc-rsof r o oD; bI FLM ON' 75; T 8ay at least one half are troubled with the country. Many of the styles will be our "OWN-EXCLUSIVE " W i cVod;ii v, , xt , . some affection of the throat and lungs, , ! BuriTng those complaints are, according &to should know you and your wants better than WE do? We have lots ,i - SEJIK and Northern'Pa-' atliUcs' more numerous than others, prisers for you, novelties of our own "thinkinfr out." Hut nil this U a futur - i i .i i ii ii if i r ui u-'uvn t n u Tnrtor a nTiwA iv v-a-r vv f- vug iiiiii gmriDQ ail niiv wr n ashsvi - r - - - iu u6 ewe8( pwwru ana coionngs England opened firm; advanced per neglect the opportunity to call on their from a royal Wilton through to an mex- cent and then sold rapidly down 1 per cent druWh "and 5 hot tip of nnna ofl nnro n iiri7ti,;nn v,o. nn tv,a nnnnnn, aruggist ana get a bottle of Kemp 8 Wo aim at all times to produce the best, both as regards style of package and quality of contents always fresh and wholesome. Roystek. Baby Carriages at Cost For the next sixty days. Good, fresh, clean, new stock at Fred A. Watson's dicture and art store. pensive ingrain. .Everything in the way of floor coverings, art squares, rugs, oil cloths, linoleums, office mattings, &c., at as low price as any house in the coun try. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Ladies' Muslin Underwear. New styles of ladies' muslin under wear in medium and fine grades at the lowest possi'-'a prices. W. II. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report rK n o on the announcement that Mr. Goelet re rased to serve as a director ot the compa ny. The general list declined in sympathy and at noon prices were slightly changed from those of yesterdav. Sales to noon. 94,518 shares. The market was more active alter mid-day. There was considerable selling of. the leading stocks. Something i Bvane wa ueveiopea De cause ot the arrival of cholera, and the bears toot vaniage or it to attack the list, declaring that many brokers would leave the citv and sell out their holdings. The lowest prices or me aay were current. The de cline ranged from y& to 2 per cent. Total saies di,iH3 snares. BALTIMORE. Aue. 31 Vircinift r-nnsnls 142 bid; do ten forties 37a40; db 3's 74a74; Balsam for the throat and lunjrs. Trial 1 1.. r IS I IllllJ '1 opport unit'" oi7n f 1AA sold by all drulgisti. Welgbt hUltS' 8eParate Trousers Fancy Vests for use now, TL- yn have been "squeezed" until they are as thin as a "hound runnir ruM :-- reamer v eignts are plenty and timely; while you buy them NOW ai iy YOUR pocket. Good investment, Isn't it? Plenty of comfort for littte mcr-J I was a sufferer from catarrh for fifteen years, with eyes. I gratifying results. Am apparently cured. -Z. 0. Warren, Rutland, Vt. i i uisiressincr pain over mv used Ely's Cream Balm with I Some Foolish People Allow a cough to run until it srets be yond the reach of medicine. They often window display. to-" I AESGBuTSlf PURE fclf IU A- Til oay, jix, ii, wm wear awav." but in Baltimore & Ohio stock 97 asked; N orth- most cases it wears them away. Could "?518M?CK .D: aliimore & they be induced to try the successful IZiSSSSZ ""tad Kemp's' Balsam, which 28: do third inp.rm 7in8- ia sola on a positive sruarantee to pure. bonds lln bid; do stock 60a6l. they would immediately see the excel- lent ellect alter taking the first dose. new York Produce Market. INKW XOItK. AUeUSt 31. Flonr rloa quiet. Fine grades of snrine 1.70a2.in- dn winter 2. 00a2.20; superfine spring 1.80a2 25 do winter 1 90a2.35; extra No. 1 spring 2.25 uo winter 3.ua4 5U; extra No. 2 naveyou seen tne ouk. and fcatin ISeckwear we have reduced to ! .' Tecks and Four-in-Hand. All for 19c now. Anotb rl ' of the "Finest and most celebrated make" of Neckwear that sold for SI-''" if now reduced to 75c Price 50 cts. and $1.00. At all druggists. Trial size free. plexion until the impurity is cleansed startinS off frOm home on a trip. from your blood. What you need Another week or two our fall Neckwear will be displayed whence tb rr' stock must be sold out. We show "New Ones" every season. Our New Light-Weight Overcoats are here, you may want on 1 is a snrtner 1S5a2 50- rtn winw o mo on. ro" youi mills extras 4.35 for West Indies. Southern thorough course of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, nour closed dull; trade and family extras "winch is absolutely free from all harm- lui ingredients, perfectly safe. 3.l5a3.75. S. & D. BERWANGEK.