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SPECIAL NOTICES. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report " lo I I'll M'BM H I H IBi IMli arrler milt. l lea yonr paper rllf e. fn'l lull lon port Ihelrou M.- al ll.r IIiibIiiwIUM- ' It II an a Serious Irlpantn: and ! Ie-crlbed. 1'MflEALTIIY MOTIONS. UKUNKSDAY - - March 8 1M3. v eathr porl. W .fall IkWll'l iV- MaM h 7. Forecast foi North ( HTi iitin: fir W dredav ; rait Wrl" M?:n vplt or Thursdnj; b uthr y ir,d-, watintr in t xtrtmc tasternlpor- " lUl.Kion. March trm. C4; win. Iim. C5 Snowfall 0 00 inch. Loir f.-wMt foi Raleigh hDd vicin ity on Wi'rn ay; nuicn warmer; in rrtfuirK cludirues wit'i probably rain by Mi st of yeittrdaj's trainS were badly clT schedule. liilrih is soon to have ant tber cotton mil! it mms. Two rcw M iconic lodr were yester day granted diep nstitiocs. Work in in progrefs on a 130 ft ft ex tTNion of the Lnioti tupor. Tin cotton oil mills have crusl.cd over CMM tons of m d ibis win tr. Tli-! boar of public builditgs and grounds m in session yesterday. Dr T. J. M.rti gue, of Winf.t'n. it viMtirg his m tin r, v. ho is quite tick. A white woman is in j i 1 .t bnr-tt-fiold, rhutgtd with butuiLg a house ut Clay ton. MiVs Xv.y Mmtc Yturg.of Cbarlo'te. in in t) t l j h j pii g with Mis. Alfreo I!i,ywi ( d. Uip' Ttsof the leizure cf two illicit diMiiiohs were received by thecollectot ytstttday. Mixdyaid Snnkcy have concluded tli'r woik in Ilnltitnore and have gone to Charlotte, N. U. Tiie tnp of one of tie furnact sblew ofl st tl e 0 v inciV M kLtin last Light bui no damage was doue. In May lUUigh will thct new alier men hno v. te on the ismc of SoO.OOO of impruvt ment bonds. Mr J.'Mfth Ti.rrer his instituted ir. Orarg. c ourt ivf 'her suit for damage iii the II ld-n rs. The aving irr provt ments on the Wet side ol the h'Kk i d which the cotton oil mill Mt d an; valuable. .Trhn II Winder, of Athrjta, Superin ttndir.t of the Georgia, Carolina and N.'itbtru railrotd, is in the city. Tlu tf will be a meeting of the Isabel's Crrleof Kirgs Daughter1 st 4 o'clock Wednesday evening at the U9ual place. Hpt J. L White, formerly pastor o( thf First H iptist church here, is now aidirg in conducting a revival at Green viUe, S C, Mr. Moody ln arrsrged to go t W i mirgN n fr m Charlotte and will con duct a meeting of from siven to tei da's duration. Vi,dr the new act of the legislstun the colon d fin nun in the Ftste, upoi ft tmir g sn aw cialion, get C0O annuall) a a rcl.tf fund. Miss Mollie J IJawep, who sevtra moniLs hgo wer t from Wilmington to JapHQ as a missionary, has returned oi. a :count of ill health. Rev, Dr. W. I) Towell, Baptist mis Mnary to Mexico, dedveied an addrest before the siudenti of Wake Forest col lege M nday evening. The infurarco on Callum's drug store, which burned down Saturday nght ii Gict nth.'), was (1,700 on the building and Stf 000 on the ttjek. A mni dog creatiu a great sensaticn in the t e ts of Durham Monday. Thi police tirtd twelve shots bttore thej tlew him. No one was bitten. In the superior court here yesterday judgment was rendered in the long stanUinir cm of Fisk P. Brewer vs. the butc Uuiveriiity, in favor of the latter. A few days Ago Mr. Forneyduval, of Brunswick cout ty, was bitten on the hfr.d by a rattle tnake which was hidden behind s me logs. A prompt and liberal ue of whitkty stvtd his life. Carl Willis, 21 years old, wai drowneu in Nuihu river, stuc miles below New b tn. lai-t Suturday, a tquall having cap sized a boat in which he was fishing. Attl.ur Nukirk, who was with him, ea Caped dealh. The work of grading and curbing Eel Htrgett street between 8outh Wilming ton and bouth Blount streets begm yes terdny. That bl jck will be paved. The sidewalks will be graded. They are 'among the worst iu the city. Tf.e burning of Mr. 8 Wittkowoky's who t sale dy good s store at Charlotte prly Sunday in ruing caused him 125, 000 Iosh, on which tht-re is 875,000 insur ance. Only $2,000 worth of g'ods were saved uninjured. The fire was confined to the one building. The students of the Agricultural and M -chanical college visited the Caraltigh phosphate and cotton mills yettcrdny and examined the mcchiuiry. The stu deuts in chemistry took Bpecial interest in the different processes of making gu-ino. ' Over 0 000 women in the United SaUs act as posUtnHters. The largest number in o: e stai.'. 403, is in Peunsyl vaniit, and 400 in Virginia. There are 250 in Oino, 243 in New York, 216 in Georgia. 210 in Ttx aud 209 iu Ken tucky. Alattka tin only one. 'Look Out For Danger "When You Feci Them," Sama Fliylelan. 'I must get out of this. I feel sick and dizzy." . Thefpeskcr was a well known busi ness man who was going to tna office on the fifth tl-or of the Mills building, yes terday, by mcaas of the passenger eleva tor, lie got out at the th'"rd floor and walked up the rest of the way. A phy sician who noticed this incident, in speaking of it afterwards, said: That is a kind of sickness which is more com mon than most people suppose. In fact hardly a wi tk goes by but what I am ca'lod upon to treat neople who are suf fering from it. I called it Elevator sick ness,' although it is not always due to riding in elevators, but arises from a di sease which is made apparent by motion of that kind. As elevators are being more and more uped, the presence of this complaint is becoming more gener ally felt." Dark Daya. Tn the dark davs of ledger rule and Ion? credit. Deople were compelled to for all thev bought But we have. 88 our record in the pat will sbow. come to vour relief. "We buy for cash and sell for cash, and in this way of doinsr business we can save you money. Our closing tut sale will end the last of this week. Come and save yourself money while you have chance. BWINDKL.L.. Ice cream at all times at ADughi's. "When a husbaud will not buy a fry of oysters from Dughi at 25 cents and carry his wife, the lady either dislikes oysters or the gentleman dislikes the lady. Which? Stanlev s an exDlorer. Edison as an inventor. Miss Flora A Jones as the dis cover of the Fomcus Blush of Roses for t.hfi cnmnlexion: are names that will be handed down as benefactors of the race, to all recorded time. J. E. Morgan comes in for his share (of the profits) as he always keeps a big supply on hand, and sells it for 7octs. per bottle. ABSOLUTE! PURE Markets by Telepjaph Ms-it ' mmmmm Florida oraDges, 15, 20. 25 and 30 cents per dozen at A. Dughi's. L. R. No.21 Vnn arw.ftlr of a diseese which is shown by this tendency of dizzines and tnd m'ekness in elevators. Will you ex oUin what you mean, doctir?" the writer asked. The doctor thought awhile before re plying, and then said: 'These symp toms shw that there is too much bile in the system and thht means that the livr and kidneys are more or less out of ordtj. For this reason people who feel this diz-.iness and sickress shruld rever allow it to pass unnoticed, but should take steps t remedy it would delay. If 'by neglect to do so they wiil find be fore vrv lone tnat rne aisease u nmi- rates has gotton such a hold on them that they cinnot shake it off, and doc tors will be powerless to cure it ". Every one who has suffered from the painful symptoms so plainly described in the doctor words, will be interested in the following remark" on the subject, which should be carefu'ly read. Mr. Francis Mclovern, residing on 123d street, New Y.-ik, ssys: ' For several years I had strange sympt ms, great pains and euff a fs in my Wk. fntquent headaches, poor appetite, irreg ular frlecp and a constant desire to void. Motion of any kind was unbearable Frieuds advised the use of kifferent rem t dies, but I found that there was onh one thine that would help my condition I am a well man to-day, due to the use f that great remedy, which ia WarnerV Safe Cure. It is the best medicine ever made, and holds a high place in my esti mation." D II Young, foreman of the shoeing shop of the Sixth Avenue railroad com pany, says: "I have seen the time when I'd nave given 8 100 for a moment', freedom from piin. Mtny an hour have I walked the floor to gain the re lit f, which only came with exhauston I have suffered for twenty years from kid ney disea e. At times it had been s bad that I could not ride two blocks in thu cars w ithout feeling a desire to get ff and void. After that stage of m liiaease, my wife begged of me to tn a certain r m-dy, but I objected as I had no faith in it, but finally I yielder to ber wishes. I am rejoiced to say that by the use of Warner's Safe Cure 1 was restored to health, and am a wel man to diy. Mr. Jtsse Larrabeo. the well-knowr counsellor at-law, whose office is at No. 35 Liberty street, says: "I have useo Warner's Safe Cure personally, and with the bt st results. I have recommendeo it use to very many f :iends and acquain tances during the past ten years, and u has invariably proved eminently satis factory. It cured my brother of Bright' dis- ase, and has always been a cure for kidney troubles iu all cases that I hav known, and where I have re.C)mmended it " These people speak from experience. Their words are earn st and outspoken, and are tae best testimony that can be presented in behalf of the great Safe Cure that has done so much for them. Wratt, Raleigh, N. C. Fayettevllle Street, Dealer in the celebrated and latest im proved White and No. 9, Wheeler & Wilson sewing machines, both wholesale and retail. Dealers will please write for pnees whi;h will be to their interest before buying elsewhere. Will sell and ship to any point in North Carolina wholesale or retail. Old machines of every kind repaired in workmanship style by an ex perienced sewing machine operator. Also needles and any parts needed for a.iy kind of sewing machines furnished on short notice to any part of North Caro lina by mail. Write for prices. Also dealer in all kinds farm imple ments, machinery, engines, boilers, mow f.rs. reapers aua Dinaers. tiorse raKes of W. A. Wood make. Write for prices, New vop.k.. March 7. Cotton contracts opened firm at I" to 13 points advance, feii 4 to 5 polEts and are now 5 to 7 potnta up from yesterday with moderate trade at d salts of 118,000. Liverpool opeueo stfadv at I poiTJt dt cilne. advBUced 6 points, fell 3 to 4 points, and ciof ed barely s eady at 2 to 3 pom a up. uur marKfti iojiowea Liverpool. Port recfiots to-nay are f stt- mat d at lO.ooo, against Z4,t&2 paies &ai year NEW YORK, Marcn uaaiinK upianas 9: Vew Orleans 9$; low middling 8 13-16 good ordinary b &aies Total net receiora an au pori ,5uo; ex ports to lireat miin. no; trance i,iu ; Continent 7.267: stock 909.l8'3 bale Transactions In intures to-day ' b.iuo bales. Futures closed steady as follows : Maroh 9 06- CO April 9 14- 00 Mav v -4-uo June 9 33-00 July.. 9 41-00 Ausrnst 9 43 0 i SeDtember . . . 9 30 - 00 October 9 28 -to Jsovember 9 18 00 COTTON. era flour dull bnt steady; common to flr extra 2 10a3 in: do eool to choice 3 154 2 WHEAT Opened lower, options dull bntclolng s'ea'lv: No. 2 red. store and elevator 7sJ; afloat 7$h74; options moderatelv active and lTfgi'ar. openine steady at ! advance, closiug weak ar to decline: io. ' red, Alaren 74 , May 79". Jane 8('K. UUK.N Firmer; no ; eievaror float, tint raded mixed 5343: steamer mixed 52a5i options a tvanc d to 'c , reacted to a and closed firm at to Kaover atnr ;av. Trdin? 6low. March i3: April 52; May 5!; J ne . OA Its r lrmtr and fainyact ve; options ou'et aid 4 t Vf,i higher, firm: March 3t-V;Mav38; No 2 3Sia39; No 3 3S:No2 whit 4'3: mixed western 3ya40; ao white 4lai7K- UUFFr.K-r-ciosea srciiiv. unchantrea to 5 points up; Mach 17 30ai7.40; May 16 80a 16 85; July 16 C16 7.': September lfi.soa 16.55; December 16.20 16.30. Spot Rio dull and nominal; 7 17. suiiAK-Kaw, duU and steal vr iatr rfln ni? 3; centrifngi's, 93 test, 3; re fined quiet JrUKK ori"ady; oi-i tnew 19.50; new mess 2't 00; extra prln.e uum nal. LiAKD Dull and lower; Western steam closed at 13 05; city 12.00; March 13.05; May 13.00; r fined du.l arid easy. ?5 t-CCl PHENIX MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GOFIJ OF HARTFORD, CONN. ORGANIZED 15 Twenty five bunches of nice yellow bananas just leceived at A. Dugh s. Removed. Our printins omce is no longer at Ennisi' old stand, but is now over W. It Newsom's, 214 8 Wilmington street, where we are prepared to do commercial printing at a moderate price. Esti mates cheerfully given. Barnes Bros, Eleciric Power Job Printers. ma5 lw Raleigh N. C. PORT. Tone. Midi's. Rec. Spies. Galveston.. Pteady 9 0-0 2011 Norfolk Firm 9 1-16 411 Baltimore . . Nona'l 9 1-2 5&5 Boston Quiet 9 3-16 630 2106 Wilmington Strady 8 3-4 51 Philadelp'a. Steady 9 5-8 74 Savannah.... Firm 8 j5-16 849 N. Orleans.. Firm 9 0-0 44V2 48r2 Mobile Qu'et 8 7-8 442 .. Memphis... Hrm 9 1-16 541 Augusta.... Quiet 9 0-0 359 Charleston .. Hlrtn 9 1-8 14 Cincinnati... Steady 9 1-4 881.... Louisville... Fir -.ii 9 3-8 St. Louis.... I Steady 9 1-16 705 2050 Baltimore Produce ITIarket. Baltimore. Md . March 7. Flour dull. Fine trrades of sprinsr 1.65al.S5; o"o winter l.75a2 00: superfine spring l.75a?.00; do winter 1.8()a2 15: extra No. 1 sprlniz 2 10 a4.25; do winter 3.25a3.75; extra No. 2 spring 1.8oa3 S5; do winter a.lOeta.25; city mills extra 4.15a4.25 for West Indies. Southern i Hour dull; straights 3 50a3.75. WHKAT Dull: spot and March UK; Mav 77a77K; milling wheat Dy sample 75a77 CORN Dull; spot and March 4?, bid; April 48: May 48, sellers; whit com by I sample 4Sa4S; do yellow by Eample 48a 48. Assets, Jau. 1, 18D3 $10,076,410 11 Total Payments to Policy-holders, over S31,OOOfOOO,oo. J. B. BUNCE, Pres. J. M. UOLCOMBE, Vice-President. O. II. LAWlt i:xr: Every policv has endorsed thereon, Fxtended Insurance, Cah Valms. Insurance and 'Loan Values Cash liividends are Paid Annually, its Non-forfeitabie ! Incontestable! Liberal! Special Agents Wanted. .lir T. T. HAY & BRO., Genera! Agents, RALEIGH, IV. C. lid up i it- MARCH- Twelve large firied oysters for 25 cents at A. Dughi s. Try Co's. a "Bulletin" Good smoke. at W. H. Kiug & Don't waste time, money, andhe<h. trying every new medicine you may see advertised in the papers. If the cause of your trouble is in the blood, liver, stomach, or kidneys, take Ayer Sarsaparilla at once, and be sure of a cure. Take no other. The Eiffel Tower of Kollet Articles. 316 574 bottles of B'ush of Roses sold in 1890 You know I could not have sold so much if Biuah cf Roses was not as represect 'd a sure cure for pimples, freckles and blackheads. In 1892 I pre dict it will be sold by every druggist, and used by every lady and gentleman in the United States. J. E Morgan will supply you at 75 cents per bottle. "The Crime of Cante." The greatest book of the century. The cause of recent great political revolution. Results of November the last. Every body wants it. Agents wanted at once. One dollar gets a complete outfit. Ad dress the Southern Publishing Company. Smoke the "Bulletin" at W. H. King & Co I ivkrpo )L, March 7. Catton steady with buv uttie do1n$. American mlridihis: uplands od. Sales 5 000; American 3 900; speculatir.n and export 5000, receipts l.00; American 11,900. UTitures steaay. The Cltv Cotton Market. KALBtGH, March 7. P. M Good Middling Strict Middling 9 Middling SK Tinges 8J$aS$f Stains. bJiaSH' Market qi-iet. Raleigh Stock aad Bond "Market. Quotations ol the Inter-State Trust anc Brokerage Company. RALEI3H. Match 7, 1893. North Carolina 6's (ex. Int.) 123 bid; . . asked- North Carolina 4's 99 bid; 100 asked N. C. R. R bid, loo asked. W. N. C. R. R. Co. 6's 80 bid; . . isked, R. &G. Railroad 8's 69 bid; 7i asked. R. & G. Railroad bid; 71 asked. S. & R. R. R. . . bid; 99 asked. A. & N. C Railroad 17 bid; . . asked. City of Raleigh 6's 1S97, 105 bid; .. askeC Raleigh Street Railway 6's .. bid; 45 asked N. C Agricultural Society 6's (ex. Inst) 32 bid; 35 asked. Citizens' National Bank 124 bid. Commercial and Farmers Bank 119 bid; 122 asked. National Bank of. Raleigh 124 bid; . . . asked. Raleigh Saving Bank 145 bid; . asked Raleigh Cotton Mills 6's 103 bid; ... asked. Raleigh Cotton Mills 104 bid; 105 L3K.6Ct . Rileijjh Cotton Mills Scrip 102 bid; .... Caraleigh Phosphate Mills 67 bid; 71 Caraleigh Cotton Mills 9 bid: 92 asked. N. C. Car Company . . bid; 105 asked. Peace Institute b6 bid; . . asked. Raleigh Land and Improvement Co., . . bid; 28 asked. -Raleieh Gas Light Co. 77 bid; SO asked. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, Mirch 7. Wbent came down CHiC-UiO, March 7. The fol.owing were the closinK figures : Wheat Marcu May 77: Juiy7t Com March 4i; May 43si; Jniy ii L'Ats March 3f : May32J6. Pork Mav 18 82V Lard-May 13 Vi)i July 12 15; SeptemV-er 11 90. Ribs May 10.50. Naval Stores. Nkw York, Marrh 7 Spirits terpentine quiet, quoted at3i; Rosin quiet; strained 1.451 50. CHARLK8TON, S. C.. March 7 Rosin firm at 1.20al '5 for good strained; spirits turpentine firm at 32c bid Savannah, Ga., March 7 Rosin firm; strained 1.15al.20; spirits turpentine firm at 82Kc Wilmington, N. C March 7. Spirits turpentine firm at 32c. Rosin firm; strained 1.10; good strained 1.15 Tar firm at 1.05; Crude turpentine steady; nam l.uo; solt and virgin 170. Time is turning tbings around. So are we, lightening the weights, s j u and settling down for spring business. You don't shift from a heavy overcoat to none; neither do we our si k I; winter weights to thin summer goods. Intermediates for spring wear Ii overcoats, medium wreignt suits, brighter colors in neckwear, thinner in lighter hats. To the spring suit is the first change usnallv and Some F u lUli People. Allow a cough to run until it gets be yond the reach of medicine. They often say, "Oh, it will wear away," but in most cases it wears them away. Could they be induced to try the successful medicine calkd Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would immediately see the excel lent effect after taking the first dose. Price 50 cts. and $1. Trial size free. At all druggists. don't forget this is going to be a "star" season with US in clothing in cvt- r i a: r r ; -r i i . i i wur selection oi suns lor ins spring is iar oeyonu an3'iuing we tvei show you in the past. Rich qualities, exclusive patterns, nearer perk closer in price. We know exactl- what suits you want and we vill get it. Our line of men's suits from $.o to $25will at once win your a ; Everything here now insures us double the business of past seasons. beiiT'; ligin Sewn Tenney's fine candies packages. For sale by W. Co. in sealed H. King & Local Salesmen to handle exclusively our patented Embosed Fans that are sold to all classes of trade. Big profit and quick sellers. Only those who have had experience in the advertising line need apply. This is a good line of goods for a man to carry as a side line. The J. W. CarollCo.. 67 and 69 Spring St., New York, N. Y. Supreme Court Reporter. In pursuance of the late act of the general assembly relieving the attorney general of his duties a reporter of the decisions of the supreme couit and em powering the court to Beiect its own re porter, the court on yesterday elected Robt. T, Gray, E'q., of this city, as its official reporter. This appointment will mee: wuh ' the approbation of Jthe bar aud the public. Book keepers, clerks, stenographers, Cashiers, drummers, teachers, mechanief railroad men, servants and all person desiring employment of any kind in any of the southern or southwestern states address, with stamp, Nashville Employ ment Bureau, Nashville Tenn. feb 17 4w Our Mrnator. The people of Wake county are grati fied a the fact that so many plta'ant thing have been said of Senator Olive, lie has bten one of the fori most men ou the tl ior of this senate on every measure. Vigilant and conservative as to all mat ters of ir tereht to the people, he has wielded an iilluence for the good of the state and for which the peop.e of Wake county especially should be proud. At the Yarboro Vexterdar. C. A. Julian, Thomasville; Victor 8 Bryant, Roxboro; W. W. Kitchen, Rox baro; John L. Markham, Durham; Richmond Pearson, Asheville; D. C. Waddell, Asheville; John W. Graham, Hillsboro; E W. Timberlake, L mis burg ; W. T. Clifton, Louisburg;E. E Hight, Tlendersoii; A. S. Morrison, Monroe; Jno. B. Broadfoot, Favetteville ; L Acree, Jonesville; K. M. Furguson, Uameron;Jno. U. Kerr, Clinton; Jno. Farror, Charlrt e; J. A. Barringer, Greensboro; Thos C. Wetmore, Lincoln ton; Jno. D B gg, WilliamBton; Win. Moucure, Charlot-e. The Haudnomeat Lady In Raleigh, 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 of its merit any druggist will give you & sample bottle free. Large size 50 rents and si.w No-to bac cures all tobacco habits Addresi, Sterling Remedy Co., Raleigh U. mh5-tf. Vak Superior Court. The following casts were disposed of jes'trday : Fi-k P Brewer vs. The University cf North Carolina; judgment for defendant. J. Vhirhire& Sons vs. W. G. Separk; judgment for pUintiff. Augustus Wright vs. J. D. Allen; ju lament fr plaintiff. Drewry, Hughes & Co. vs. A. L. Davis et als. ; judgment for plaintiff. Take Notice. In connection with the toothache remedy Williams & King wishes to say they do all their prescription work which enables them to save you more money than those that hire their work done. Prescriptions a specialty. flow to Keacti Italelgh. The Chkoniclb offers to send, free of charge, by special arrangement with the Kecreation Department of The Christian Union, full information and printed mat ter as to reaching Raleigh from your home. The time tables and pamphlets issued by the railroads or steamship lines you wouia use ana tne circulars of the Raleigh hotels may bi had by addressing the Chronicle. Raleigh, or the Recrea tion Department, the Christian Union, New York. New York Money Market. Nbw YoBK.'March 7 The Sub-Treasury balances are, coin, $72,383, 00a, currt-ncy 5,Ji2l.00O Money tu call irregular, rang ing f '6m K and iiiteret per diem to 2 per cent, closing offered at 3 oer cent. Prime mercantile paper 6 per cent, sterling ex change heavy Posted rates 4 STa4 87 Uommercial bills 4.83a4.boi. Government bonds stetdy. Southern Suite bonds dull. Kailroad bonds better. Stock and Bonds. peta, the Will They He Removed f Th'! Rileigh correspondent of M"cengcr say: It is proposed that by September of 181)4 4he white deaf mutes now here will be removed t the school at Morganton. When that is done others will be added there until s-ime 300 are accommodated. Then the number of blindhere will be largely increased, there being applica tions for the admission of a great many of the Utter class of unfortunates. Wanted. A few good hands wanted in J. W. Al-paugh's new cotton mill at Greent boro, N. C. Apply to J. J. McBride, Sup't. Fine Flavored Oranges. I am offering a few boxes of the sweetest oranges that have been here this season, by the bjx or dozen. Gol den Russett apples by the barrel or measure, and a lot of nice New York State early rose Irish potatoes for seed in round hoop barrels. D. T. Johnson, Agent. Phone 23. 3R0WN ' S IRON BITTERS cures Dyspepsia, In digestion & Debility . ELECTRICAL APPARATUSES AND SUPPLIES. Estimates made for Arc and Incades cent lights, dynamoes and motive power for same; all kinds of Electrical supplies, fire and burglar alarms, call bells, etc. Also estimates for water-works given. B. H. Tyson, Cor. E. Davie and Wilmington, fits. nucklenta Arnica Salve. The beat salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever )res, tetter, chapped hands, chilblaine, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It ta guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 centu per boi. or sal Hy Johr Y. Mar.Ra. The Homellent Man in Raleigh As well as the handsomest, and others are invited to call on any druggist and, get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs, a remedy that is selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to relieve and cure all chronic and acute coughs, asthma, bronchitis and consumption. Large bottles 50 cts, and $1.00, An Important Difference. To make it apparent to thousands, who think themselves ill, that they are not affected with any disease, but that the system simply needs cleansin is to bring comfort home to their nearts, as a coBtive condition is easily cured by using Syrup of Figs. Man ufactured by the California Fig Sy. rup Co. . jnkw iokk, aiarcn i Atcnison rem . b . aiy .Baltimore ana umo ai; Cana dian I'rtCinc ; unesapeak and Ohio 23; Chicago, Burlington and Quincy 94; Chicago and Alton 141; Cotton Oil (Jotton Oil preferred 8'; East Ten nessee 4; East Tennessee preferred 27: B.rie zt; ;r,e preterrea 4S; nunois Cen tral98; Alsbama Class (C) 144K: Louis iana Consols 22; North Carolina 4's 769; North Carolina 6's 128; South Carolina Browns 75; Tennessee (olds) 40 bid; Ten nessea (new settlement) 6's 104; Tennes see i new settlement) 5's 54; Tennessee mew 8etv.lement) 3's 33; Virginia 6s 85; Virginia .ex-raat. coupons) 108; Virginia cons-ils) 118: Delaware, Lackawanna and Western 32)4; Like Kile and Western i.vj; ljase n.rle and Western preferred s Lake Snore 111: Louisville and Nashville I40bid; Mempni and Cnarleston 23'; Michigan Central 2i Missouri FAcitic b; Mobile and Onio 83; Nash ville, Chattanooga and St. Louis 77V ISew York Central 122; New Jersey Cen iru oa; monoift ac western pret mm .Northern P-icinc K0; JSorthern Pacific preferred 2fc; Northwestern 100; Nortn- western preferred 9; Pacific Mail 37 rveauing hh; tucnmonci Terminal 26. Bock island 94; St. Paul 101; St. Paul pre ierrea iu; silver uertmeates ;0': Sugir 94X; Sugar preferred 9s; Tennessee coal 123b;Tenn6ssee Coal preferred 97b; Tesas Pacific 62; Union Pacific 101; Wabash ui: waotusn preierred 75; Western union u Dm; Alabama Class (A) 37 bid Aiaoama uiass (J 37. lnere ws a severe stringency In the money market, call loans hav.ng been ao-e as ruga as per ceut diem and in terete, tquu co ab ut bi per cent per an nnmied cotne fresh attack upon Indus trials stocks in early tradu a to dav. amencan eugr renaing broke i;6 to, U6 and others yielded ant where f rum 1 to '6 per cent. Many Mnali holders were alartad by tae hin rates exacted for m juey and sold out The railroad list on tne other hand was htld remarkably firm, the only exception having been New kna; laud wnica on popular belief mat JNew x"oik, New Haven and Hartford wiil ulti mately net roads at its own price, b oke from 4 to 2i per cent. As thd day wore along it became evident that tne trin gency in money was due in part to manip ulation, and tills toetaer with a farther decided drop in tLe steriing exchange had the tendency to restore confluence. He covery sec in and it as-umed u,ore lmpor tant proportioaB as ease ia money became more pronounced. American suar ie gained all of Its early loss on well authen ticated reports which were auerwards fully borne out, that an extra dividend would be paid on common stock. It was announced lata in the day that the dlrec tors in add it on to declaring the uual quarrer.y a viaenos or per ce t on tte prtfened.hhd raised the quarterly rate on the com on irom t j a per cent and in addition had awarded the common stock hoi ers an extra cash dividend of 10 per ceni. it is stated that after paying all these divi ends, the company will have a wou ouriua oi some j,uou. oo The nia joruy or tne railway bhares lu.e St Paul, ttock Island, Burdnxton and Quinsy, Lackawanna, Loui vUle and Nj.hwiii Union Pacific, Heading. Missouri Pacific and AtchisOii closed with net; aits lor the da -of K to per cent The market closed firm. Sale, listed, 30 ,,000; unlisted, World' Fair Printed matter describing the fair, and full printed information as to reaching Chicago from your home, including the time tables of the railroads and sailing of the steamers you would use, may be had free by arrangement with the Recrea tion Department, The Christian Union, if you address The State Chronicle, Raleigh, N. C K ADAH'S ITI IllOBE KILLER, Of Interna to Ladle. Everv ladv k nows whethpr shp. la tmn. bled with any of the various complaints peculiar to lier sex. and if t,he is. it will cost her nothing to consult privately eith er in person or cy i. iter, aud thus learn of the remedy that will cure her. Every ir regularity and unnatural, all inflamma tion, ulcerations and weknees are com plete! cured, and system f nllv rpstnrprt t a normal condition by the use of the mi crobe Killer. It is a simple remedv. inex pensive, pleasant,effective perfectly harm less. Fifty page book free. W. H. Kincr v o D We make pretentious to OUR line of suits from $10 to $2; other people s and they are. Personal care and attention docs it Seen the new spring scarfs? they are here, also the hats, t lie wear, new hosiery, a superb line of silk and linen handkerchiefs nor line 01 suspenders ? Made a start in our Juvenile Department, plenty suits for the link- 1 ood ones they are; don't fail to ask to see one of our all-wool children's sell for $3. Got children's suits as fine as .they be wanted. You think we've served you well before and we've tried to. I).. .: ever this season. Improvement always. S. & D. BERWANGER. THE LAST WEEK OF Adiiiinistf ator's Notice Kavinsr Qualified as adm in! strut rt nf the estate ot Jan.eb McK mmon, deceased, iio kjl t aio rauuiy, jortn uaronna. notice is hereby given to all persous In d btedtosaid es ate to mk in mitiotj aymeut to tie rndersijmed of their in ebtedness: and all DerSOriR hnvlncr rluiirm against said ertate must present tbeoi to tne undersigned for payment on or before aaarcn , ihM4, or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. This Maroh 8, 1S93 mar8-tds LH.ILA M. McKIMMON Adraii i-tr itrlx ot James McKunmoa, deceased. 0-u.r Semi-annual IsLsltl Down Sale. ALL WINTER CLOTHING Go this week regardless of cost. We must make room for the comin; Money to Lend. Parties wishing to borrow money In sums not less than f 500 and who will give good and satisfactory security and pay interest promptly can be accommodated byadditsshjg, mar7Ilw ATTOEEY, P O hoxi91. Raleigh, N. C. New York Produce Market. kw loflK, uarcn 7. Flour steady, j c, winter wneat low kiouob js.iuttis.oo; patents 3 85a4.25. South Pcmnyroyal.Tamst, OsOther k POISONOUS DRUGS.OaVBHa1 For All iRREOuLARiTis,PhiNFui. nCMSTRUATIOIi.SUPPRUSIONQi IHaveASurc.Safc Remedy. 'Every Package- Guaranteed.. f&UJO rrtPaid. Boston, Madame Perrlne, Mass. ft "Youthful -lifor r- nouy. A l vice free. Dr. DeHpo, Boston, Masf. 1 M OBFFW- CALL EARLY BEFORE THE RUSH, sirit b r ; m j H.viTti-v irvo i v i Cross & Linelian, VfKN'S OUTFITTK Yancey & Martin, 130 MORGAN STREET, (Harp's Old Stand.) Retleigli, 1ST. O-, Marufactcrers and Repaibicbs or CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS, Etc., Etc, We have employed a practical Horse Shoer and will give this line of Business our especial attention. With best stock and skilled workmen we solicit a share of your patronage. an4-2m. MORRIS' Great Bargains If You Are in Need OF PrintinggBinding Of any kind, remember we have the large t I I ALEIGH I TATIONEBY FIRST : IMPORTED HOSIERY We will place on sale to-morrow the best and ch-apest lice of gent's, ladies', boys', misses' and children's imported hosiery ever shown in thla market, at 15 to 25 per cent less than same qualities can be bought. nd best equipped establishment In our line to be found In this DAY We manufacture LEDGERS, BOOKS, JOURNALS. CASH BOOKS. etc, of any size and style desired. SECOND : E M BRO IDE R I ES 15 inch embroideries worth ?5c onr price 18c 12 inch embroideries worth 25c our price 15c. Bean iful line nairow edgings 5 to 12fc worth double the money. Our LEGAL BLANK FORMS are not equalled in material used or reliability of OWELS 4 "inch ing, 24 inch owe -our price 35 44 inch long, 23 Inch worth 25c our price 15c TOWELS wide towel worth wide bath towel THIRD : si. So A Jot our Ladles' genuine DongoU Kid Button Boot -t 1.50. Best in the world for the money. i nov nnnno omtr uni uuuuo dllTO 213 Fayetteville Street. form and not surpassed In low price Send na your orders If you want Print- ng or Binding. tDWARDS dr BR0UGHT0N, Raletgn. N. C. Harris1 Steam Dye Works RALEIGH, N. C. Largest house of the kind in the soath. SA-.TU'LE JOBS DONE FREE OF CHARGE. Give usa trial. feb3-tt 3'J9 FAYETTKV1LI.K OUR STOCK IS NO" oo3i i i : During the past we . l ' and opened one of th- be found in the it?. We can furnish yon ary and price day book, Jor: ledger, &c. Mcfmorandum book-i of ev- J tlon- All kindd wr!;ii Ink, pens, pencils, &j TVDC ADITIWn QIIPPP!" I II l I f 1 1 1 I I vi vi w 1 . Wrapping paper, twines, tVc. Ct school pencil tablets lc. VV. G. SEPARK.