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CHEEK O ANDREWS, City Editor.
TO Cl l SUBSCRIBERS. If the Carrier fall to leavey our paper or la late, don't fall to report tlie trou le at the Ilualnea Office at once. FRIDAY May 12, 1893 Rules Adopted by the N. C. Press Asso ciation. The sum of not less than five cents per line will be charged for 'cards of thanks," "resolutions of respect" and obituary poetry; also for obituary notices other than those which the editor himself shall give as a matter of news. Notices of church and society and all other entertainments from which revenue is to be derived will be charged for at the rate of five cants a line. The Weather Today. Washington, May 11. Indications for North Carolina are: I an weather; variable winds. Local forecast for Raleigh and vicinity on Friday : Fair weather; warmer. (Jity Maximum temperature, 7G; Sliniinum temperature, 48; rainfall, O.OOiPch. Index to Kew Advertisements. Statement Commercial and Farm ers' Bank. i?th& ABOUT TOWN. The L'Allearro dance that was to be Friday night has been postponed till Tuesday night The Raleigh Male Academy team yesterday beat the Champion Slug gers one to nothing. The fine statement of the Raleigh Savirigs Bank appears this morning. It is a well managed institution as is plain to see by the statement. The next meeting of the North Catoliua State Dental Society will be held in this city May 23 to 2G, and not in Oxford as stated. Mr. A. Daghi shipped a beautiful lot of fancy cream to Greensboro yesterday afternoon, to be used at a banquet in that city last night. Frof. W. F. Massey will lecture tonight to members of the Y. M. C. A and tbeir lady friends. "God's yesterday" will be his subject. No admiefciun fee. Court at Pittsboro adjourned Monday. Judge Bryan went on to Fayetteville, and Solicitor E. S. Parker Tjassed through eur city yeeterday en route homeward. Prof. Randolph Winslow, the popular professor of anatomy of the University of Maryland, was in the city this week looking after the in terest of that institution. For the first time in the history of the btate Guard, it has an Ad jutant General's oiiice, located in Capitol bailing, on the first floor, wbtrti Adjutant General Cameron Iikh Lia headquarters, An exchange s&js: The bottle from which Generals Sherman and Johiiston tock v, drink at tbe time of the l&'ih r's surrender, is claimed to bo o-.vr td by a Mrs. Jcnee, cf Raleigh, North Carolina. Attcntirn is called to the fine Btai-mi-nt this morning of the ComiJiercirtl and Farmers' Bank, which has grown to be one of the strongest banking institutions of the city. Ii St. Clair Spruill, physician in charge ot the University of Mary laud Hospital, an old North Caro linian, who has won distinction in Euliimori-, was in town this week at tending the North Carolina Medi cal Convention. A new fire-alarm box wa3 put in yesterday and connected with the fire-alarm system. It is box lG,and is located at the northwest corner of Blount and Polk streets. The addition can be made to the lists bv thope who have them. In one of the ante-rooms at Com mons Hall durirg the Medical So ciety meetings, we noticed a moat attractive and complete display of pharmaceutical samples of Sharp and Dohme, of Baltimore. They were in charge of Messrs. John F. Spraguo and J. L. Prior, and at tracted much attention. The Pennsylvania Glee Club, at their excellent concert on Wednes day night, in response to an encore Bang "True to North Carolina," the new patriotic song written by Col. Personal. Judge D. L. Russell of Wilming ton is in the city. State Geologist J. A. Holmes was in the city yesterday. Mr. Andrew Broadfoot, of Fay etteville, is in the city. Hon. S. B. Alexander, Congress man from the Sixth District, was in the city yesterday. W. W. Long, Esq., of Warren, member of the last Legislature, was in the city yesterday. Rev. J. J. Hall is considering a call to a new Baptitt church in Nor folk, and it is thought that he will accept Mr. Arthur Johnson and Mr Willie Penny are off for Chicago to take a peep at the World s a air. While gone they will spend several days in New York and the principal Western cities. We are glad to see in the city Mr. WillS. Halliburton, formerly of Durham, now holding an important position in New York with the American Tobacco Company, whtre he ha3 been located for some months past. He is looking natural and happy and metropolitan life appa rently agrees with mm. The State Medical Society. The Doctors had another inter esting day yesterday in Commons Hall. The State Medical Society met at 10 o'clock a. m., and after the transaction of some ether business the election of officers for the com ing year wa3 gone into, with the iol lowing result : President Dr. W. H. H. Cobb, of Goldeboro. First Vice-President Dr. J. A. Hodges. Second Vice-President Dr. R. F, Tate. Third Vice-President Dr. J. W. Allston. Fourth Vice -President Dr. M. H. Fletcher. Dr. B. D. ewett was re-elected secretary, and Dr. M. P. Perry re elected treasurer. Greensboro was chosen as the next place of meeting on the third Tuesday in May, 1894. Dr. E. G. f.Joore, of Elm City, was chosen orator tor next year, and Dr, J. H. Wray, of ajnesville, was se lected essayist. An hour was devoted to eulogies on the lato Dr. Thos. F. Wood and Dr. S. S. Satchwell. g Illustrated Lecture -A Rich Treat. I'rof. Donald Downie, B. C L . has been engaged to deliver, for the benefit of St. John's Hospital his illustrated lecture on Napoleon Bo naparte, on the night of Monday, the 22d inst., in Metropolitan Hail. This lecture is said to be cf great interest in itself and is illustrated by beautiful stereopticon views ranging freni Napoleon's birthplace and the picture of his mother to his aeathbed and tomb. Illustrated lectures are now su perseding the old fashion lecture, without illustration, in the great cities of the North and of Europe. We are informed that one object of Prof Downie's visit to the South is The Capital Club Entertainment. The reaeption given by the Capi tal Club last night in honor of the North Carolina Medical Society that has been holding its annual session in this city during the weeK, was without doubt the most enjoy able entertainment ever given by the Club. The rooms were hand somely decorated with palms, ferns, etc., and the tables were laden with every delicacy. Roman punch and ice cream of su perior quality were dispensed with a lavish hand until 11 o'clock, when dancing began. The patronesses, Mrs. T. S. Kenan, Mrs. Dr. Hodges, Mrs. Dr. K P. Battle, Mrs. A. W. Haywood Mrs. S. P. Child, Mrs. O. H. Foster and Mrs. J. J. Thomas, assisted by the President, Dr. Jas. McKee and the Governing Commit tee, rendered every attention to the guests, who were not stinted in their praise of the Club and the ladies in ccarge. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. j Powdteir ABSOiUfELY PUBE 3PEGIAL NOTICES. Wanted Traveling salesmen or have fine side line Bouquet Cigar Co, Lynchburg. Va Married. Near Louisburg at the rteidetee of the bride's parents on Wednes day evening at 3:30 o'clock May 10, 1893, by Rev. B. B. Culbretb, Mr Samuel S. Meadows to Miss Sallie Wilson. Many handsome presents attested the popuhwity of the bride and groom. The groom is 1st Lieutenant of the Franklin Rifles and the Com pany showed their appreciation of him by making him a handsome present. Supreme Court. The Supreme Court adjourned on yesterday, having completed the business of the term. MARKK'i KBPORm Money Market. Niw York, May 11 Money on call easy, rangirg from 4 to 2, closing offered at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 6ja8. Sterling excharge firm; posted rates 4.85ia4.89j: Commercial bills 4.84Ja488i. Government bonds better. State bonds dull. Eailroad bonds firmer. Republicans, who left the treas ury empty, all have financial ad vice to give the present administration. Strayed or Stolen. On May 4th a dark bay horse, little dappled; medium sized; m good plight; left hind foot white; small white spot behind left ear; about ten years old; holds tail to left when traveling; very high spirited. Any one finding or hear ing cf such a horse, will please re turn him to me or inform mo of his whereabouts. Any information ill be liberally rewarded. W. D. Young, M. D. East Durham, N. C. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE ' - BANK, orRaleigh, X. C., at tlie cluse of business May4h, 1893. RESOURCES. Louis and Discounts, Overdrafts, $26 000 N.C. four percent Bonds, Banking Huuee. furniture and fixtures, Current Expenses and Taxes, Currency and Coin. Casn Itetrs and Checks for Ex- I LIABILITIES. Capital stocfe paid in Cash, Deposits subject to Cheek, Cashier's checks outstanding Due to Banks and Bankers, Undivided Fronts, change. to obtain material for lectures on 1 1,116 tr(m BinliS the South to be delivered in Europe j and at the North, fie has already delivered lectures with great eclat in Atlanta, Augusta, Charleston, &c. As Napoleon Bonaparte was an intellectual giant, and probably the greatest military geniu3 the world has produced, and the spectacular views Prof. Downie presents will impress the history cf his life on the mmd3 01 all hearers, as reading simply would not do, our people of literary taste will have a rare op portunity cf an intellectual treat, of lasting benefit to themselves, while they will indirectly contribute to our most worthy charity, St. John's Hospital. Methodist Convention Postponed. The Methodist Educational Con vention, announced for the middle of May, has been postponed till June 14-15, when it will convene in the Edenton Street Methodist church, Raleigh. The exercises will begin at 3 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon At night the Rev. Dan. Atkins, D. D , of Statesville, will preach the sermon. Dr. Atkins i3 a broad guaged man, fully in touch with the progressive educational spirit of North Carolina Methodism His appearance at this date gives the people of Raleigh an opportunity to hear and see the e accessor of the Ray. Dr, Reid. as editor of the Christian Addocate. Dr. Atkins will command the respect and confi dence of the Church within the 74 r, 2r..;i7, r.o ,SHO 111 44,r:,3 4.1 $ 3JO,22,J 11) New lorK 1'roduce MarAcst. New York, May il. Southern flour quiet and steady; common to fair extia 82.10a3.10; good to choice do. 153.15a 4.25. Wheat 1 ja2 cents lower, -with options dull snd closing steady; No. 2 red in store and elevator 78ja79; afloat 79 J ; options fairly active ard lower, declin ing 2a2ic but rallied iajc near the cloee, closing steady and lal btlow yesterday; No 2 red May78; June 78$; July 80J Wool Quiet snd firm domestic fleece 27a32; pulled 2i-a37. Eosin Dull tut steady ; strained common to good $l.27al.30. Out Meats Firm and quie; pickled bellies 12; shoulders 9$a9i; hams 13a 13$; middies dull but firm; short clear m. Lard Quiet and easy, western steam 811.20 asked; city SLO.25alO.75; May $11.20; July 11.40, refined quiet; to ta'e continent S11.45; South America $11.70. Pork Quiet and steady; old mesa ZL.,d; Dew mess i?:s .0, extra prime nominal. Rice Dull and easy; domest'c fair to extra 3a5j: Japan 4ja4 Peanuts Quiet; fancy picked 6ja7; farmers 4a5. CbHee Options closed Pteady at 10 to 25 points up; Mav 315.10al5 25: July 314 95; September 4 7i al4 85; October 814.75; December 814 70al4.60; spot Bio firmer and quiet; No. 7, 1 5 Jal6. Sugar -Raw easier and quiet; fair refining 3js.3j; centrifugals. 96-test, 4; refined quiet and easy; off A 4 15-16 aSj; standard A 5 5-16aoi; granulated 5 5-16a5& $,"0.00 Reward. For any case of toothache or neu ralgia that one bottle of Williams & King's famous toothsche remedy will not cure in two minutes. We have testimonials from the best people all over North Carolina, wouth Carolina and Virginia besides several other States that have it.nd will cheei fully recommend it to you as tbe best tooth ache and reuralgia medicine in the world. For sale by i.ll druggists at ten cents per bottle. Have you Visited the White Mountains? Do ycu know the resting places among Vermont's Green Hills? Are you acquainted with the unique resorjs in the Virginia Mountains ? If you are looking for a place to s-end your va cation in any mountain region, write us for any information you may desire, saving what sections you wish to know about and the price you desire to pay for board. By special arrangements vvith the Recreation Department, The Christian Union. New York. J. W Yates, Tullahoma.Tenn., writes "It does me good to praise Botanic Blood Balm. It cured me of abscess on onthe lungs and asthma that troubled me two years and that other remedies failed to benefit. CALL FOR Lime Juice and Pepsin j. E. MORGAN'S. All popular baverages always on hand. FOR THROAT AND LUNG complaints, the best remedy is AVER'S Cherry Pectoral In colds, bronchitis, la grippe, and croup, it is Prompt to Act sure to cure. cali: MORGAN'S- For Cat! m cases here ra dical el ALE1GH 1 SiiTiomy B l;tcric9ll:3. TL. - Cores Consnnitit ,, Throat, s ' i For a Lame S'.Je, i Piaster ; riti ait.. mm. t. s.hsv.-v-.'-, 1 rAL 7fs -Shil'h' V,-..- V.s , M. I erf used."1 trouble it cic..;. ! 1 , HILOK-SLci,,.. wlieve .in.! t'u vtor rii.i.-. free. MiiN h"? '. S'j9 fayetteville ST. Kurd's fine writing papers, Irish Lin en, Egyptian Linen, Linen Cloth, Cro quill (Kgg Shell finish). Satin Wove, English Hepp, Kid finish, Snow Flake, Bank Note bond, White. Cream, Helio trope, Azurlne. All kinds of Xew Nov elties in Box and folded Writing. ' Raleigh Stationery Co. can furrish you with anything you want in engrav ed cards, wedding invitations, announce ment, monogram and stamped address es, paper. c. Oondcnoe' s. h ' ,. South B:i:.! .. t. Dally.' Ko. 1. HWrra Ai .... .. 7 20 " ' . V - 6 "3 ' I.r.... V. . . 4 13 " ,. ' 4'- .... .-.,'. ; NiW Wanted. A situation by an experienced man aa Supeiintendent of a Brickyard, or would contract for the making of buck Address II- n. Shaw, Worthville, X. C. -K'2M Wanted. Machinist for cotton mill, ilin with family preferred. Must have experience. Apply to P. O. Box 126, Greensboro, N. C. Type writer supplies, type writer pa per, type -writer oil, type writer ribbons, type w riter carbon sheets. Ilammocks, all styles, qualities and price. z::i),:ir sr. 2,410 45 12,011 44 14, ISO 45 ss. $ 300,22 7 l'J State of North Carolina, County of Wake. I, B. 8. Jerman, Cashier ol the above narred hank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment Is true to the beet ot my knowledge and be'iet, E. S. JERMAN, Cashier. Subpcrlbfd and sworn to, before me, this 'the 11th day ot May. 83. GEO. W. THOMPSON, JP Notary Public. C0R3ECT Atteet: J. J. THOMA?, ALF. A. THOMPSON, A. F. PAGE, H. B. BATTLE, F. B. DAKCY, Directors REPORT OF THE E. G. Harrell, of Raleigh, editor of State and beyond. He has a wide the North Carolina Teacher. The eocg was splendidly rendered and was received with enthusiastic ap plause by the audience, it being the lirst time that the song had been publicly sung in the city. Trinity College Notes. frof. Berkly, of Trinity College, has recently presented a valuable paper cn the ' Necessity of Better lloads before the County Commis sioners of Durham county. Prof. B. was a delegate to the State Boad Congress at Raleigh, and presented a paper of importance before that body. B. C. Beckwith, Esq., a graduate of the college, is preparing a gen ealogical history of the family, showing descent in an unbroken line from Norman ancestry. Dr. Crowell appeared before the Board of County Commissioners of Durham county on May 1, by invi tation, to present a plan for holding a Public Road Convention under the auspices of the Board of Com missioners; also to report on the State Road Congress to which he and Prof Bandy were delegates. The Commissioners decided on the 5th of June for the Road Conven tion. acquaintance with Church questions and can speak as a leader. The Postal to Reach Durham. The Durham Globe says: The Pos tal Telegraph company will strike the town- next Wednesday. The wire is stretched as far as Nelson and eighteen men are bringing it into Durham. Mr. Hughes who is superintending the work and who in manager of the Raleigh office says that the business will start off in a blaze of glory on Wednesday about 4 o clock. The omce will be in the store room oi the Durham Furniture company near the hotel and only two doors from the West em Union. J. P. Conrad, of Rich mor.d, will have charge of the Dur ham, ofiice and will bring his fami ly here this week. i fc. . Warm da) s coming. Don't forget i: m jJuguiH iur )our ice cream ADy person who is actually ena ble to buy cream and desires some for sick family can get it from A Dughi without price or cost. t Parties wishing ice cream for Sunday will place orders today and tomorrow as I do not freeze cream on Sunday. A. Dtjghl CONDITION OF THE Raleigh Savings Bank AT- Close of business May 4, 1893. EI SOURCES. Loans and discounts, Orerdrafts, Stocks and bonds. ue from Banks, Furniture and Fixtures, Expense Account, Cash and Cash Items, 102,333.15 lOG.iMi 53.419.41 27,748.34 500.00 1,118.76 1,5G7.0 186,7!G.57 Kew YorK Cotton jlariet. New York. May 11 Spot cotton steady; middling uplands 7 13 16; Or leans 8 1-16; eales 510 bales. Cotton Futures closed easy; eales 99,200 bales; May 7.45a9.45; Jur.3 7 53a 9.54; July 7 63a9.64 August 7.729.73; September 7 78a9.79; October 7.86a9.87, November 7-9za7.94; December 8.C8a 8.99, January 8O4a8.05 May 1 1 Csntou, nii-Juiiopr: Galveston steady, 7J, 927 bales: Korfclk steady, 7 3.1-16. 468 ba'ia; '.?Uinore nominal, 715-16, Wins; Boston quiet. 7 13-16. 303 bales; Wilmington tteadv, 71, 6 bs,les,Fhiidelpfii quiet, 81, 411 biiies; Bav&unah easy, 7 9 16, 69 bales; New Orles-ng steady, 7j, 1,497 bales; Llytile nominal, 7, 4 bales; Memphis quiet and firm, 7jj, 147 bie; Augusta steady. .. t)U Dal; t.-srieston iiim. 72, 166 bales; Cincinnati nuiet and tte.idv. 1. A J 7 - O 7 563 bales. Louisville quiet, 8, bales; St. Louis s-eady, 7, bales; Houston quiet, 7i, 2f-0 bales. I,, H.. Wri KaletsSi, N. C, Ko. 21 Dealer in the celebitueri ad Uttst im proved White and No. 9, Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine, both TfLolesale and retail. Dealers iil please T7nte for priceB whi;h will be to tbeir interest before buying elaewhere. Will sell and ship to any point inNorih Carolina wholesale or retail. Old m-icnitcs of every kind repaired in workmanship style by an ex perienced stwiiig ni&chiiie operator. Also ueedles and any pnrts nt-eded for any kind of sewing machines furnished on ehort notice to any part of North Caro iina by mail. Write for prices. Also dealer in all kinds farm imple ments, machinery, engines, boilers, mow era, reapers aud binders. Horse rake cf W. A Wood milrc Write tor pricxa. The ilundftouieftt Lady In Kalelsb, Remarked to a friend the other da tiiftt she knew Kemp's EaUam for the throat and lungs was a superior remedy, as it stepped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no c-ilect whatever. So to prove this and roovince you of its merit any druggist will give you h sample bottle freo. "Large s??o .'-0 cents and 81.00. Agents Wanted. Crcrquet sets, all styles and prices. Pennison's comple e outfit of tissue paper for making paper llowers, decora tive articles. Dennison's nursery outfits of tissue paper for making paper dollrf, kc. 2 o. ) " li 01! tAT. I. V.... South Found. So. 3. la 1. T m Ar i' 9 2(1 "... P 4 J . . . 47 " t.v" KAl'TO.lV Ua'Jy. ii ;.';.! J, .. IS. 6 S5 r ni Ar 4 &o " I.v 4 00 " 3 20 Ar... . 2 10 " I.v....': 1 15 " Lv 'Dsllj- et e; t .- j Tralr. S... c..: AM Llue f .r l Nrth au-J V.H-'. i, Sort-.14 k W.-s'rr lTJu No. 1 o i t, fOiK A Wfl, I !l li. Hoke and h'1 ''. aud at Sad .id hi- r Clittrl- !;, . 8Utli and s. .t,:!; - i. w. rr.Y T" v;: Dennison's French colors. tissue paper, nil Dennison's crepe tissue paper, all col ors: Spool wire rubber fchcets. tubing and Tax Dennison's art and decorations in tis sue paper. Dennison's kindergarten work in tis sue paper. W. G. SEPAHK, 7v'AKAO:t. N OKr:.'-. a' t.r-3 3 :r r, 5 4 u i 5 i 5 f.:i ; f. T 1 ) V. M. a. ;! 1 :i : . 1 V. le; old fi-.J yo.Ji;, fli& js'uiove trroft-ire ivrat?. (JiiiCAGO, May 11. Hihs. if.2d clo.v ir qvct&tions or sdjTie 'uitiies ws-,re: Wheat May 74, 73i; July 77ia 77,7Cga76!; Sptember 79ja"9i, 7'9J 79J. Corn May 42 i, 43a43j; June 42 i, 43a43i; July 43js43g, 43ja44. Oats May 30, 30i; June 30$, 30; September 26. 2TJ. Mess Pork May 20.35, $20.35; July 820.60, 20 75; September $20.75, 20.95. Lard July 11.07 f, 11.121; September 11 27i, 11.37,. Short ribs July 810.27$, 10 30; Sep tember 10 45, 10.37,. Chicago, May 11. Cash quotations were as follows : Flour dull but steady. Wheat No. 2 spring 73ia73,. Corn No. 2, 42. Oat No. 2, 301. Pork mess 320 65a 20.75. Lard S 0.72ial0.78. Short rib sides S10 30al0 35. Dry salted shoul ders (boxed) SlO.OOalO 25; short clear sides (boxed) 8l0.25al0.50. Whiskey 1.13. o to 25 per day earilv iag our Queen Plating Outfits, and doing Gold, .Silver, Michel, Ccpper and Brass Plating, that is warrited to wear lor years, on every class ci V'R IV. t Daily (!; wi'h . ,V j 'J'rs.n tr,'- '.. !-, SHOE TALKS "V. We hive the largest assortment of footwear in tLe State. This assertion may sera a Hi tie rusty, but nearly in cur line has a KupsU everything Hue thia season, rnen'd d.irk and For instance, tbes li"ht Kusfia Calf Sdetal, Tableware, Jewelry, &c. Light ! Bluchers at 3.00, $4 50 and $0.00 and easily bandied, no experience ro- R.re very PcP"lar. Alo ladies' lius quired to operate tbcx. dn U- car- "a Calf B,ucbr Oxford Ties r.t $20, uuirtu iu operate iq'.tg. an in- car ried by hand with ease from Lou to aouse, earae as a grip eack or eatehsl. Ageuta are mnkinj; raocey rapidly. They sdi to alniost every business house and family, and workshop. Cheap, durable, sjnpls aii.i within reach of every one. Plates almost in stantly, equal to th finest new work. Send for circulars, &c Qutcn City Silver & Kicke) I'iating Co., F.a-t St. l.ois. 111. LIABILITIES. Capital stock, Surplus fund. Undivided proflte. Deposits, Keserved Interest , $ 15,000.00 8,000.00 3,791.44 150.319.O9 O80.O4 Total, Jll86,79Ci7 State ol Xorth Carolina, Wake County, bs : I, John T. Pullen, Cashier ot the Kalelgh Sav ings Back, do solemnly swear that the above statement la true to the best ot my knowledge and belief. JOHN T. PULLEX, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this lith day ot May, I89. Cokeict Attest : W. T. WOIIBLE, Notary Pubac. Or. ROSENTHAL. W. C. STRONACH, JULIUS LEWIS, JO. F. FERRALL. JUlrvctors. Sale of City Lots. TLe sale cf the Rex Hospital . lots, in the southwestern part of the city, will be resumed on Friday, 12th inst., at 11 a. m., cn the prem ises. Term s one third cash, balance at six and twelve months, with Interest at 6 per cent. R. H. BATTLE, R. T. GRAY, For rru3'ees. Liverpool cotton SarKeu Livmpool. May 11. 1 P. M. Amer ican middling fair 4 11-16; good mid dling 4 7-16; middling 4 5-16; low mid dling 4 3-16; good ordinary 4 1-16; ordi nary 3; May 4 15 64 sellers; May and June 415-64, sellers ; June and July 4 16-64. buyers; July and August 4 17-64a4 18-64; August and September 4 19 64, sellers: September and Octo ber 4 20-64a4 21-64; October and No vember 4 21-64a4 22-64; November and December 4 23-64, sellers; December and January 4 24-64a4 25-64. Futures closed quiet but steady. Baltimore rroaace Market. Balttmobi. may 11. Flour firm; Western super 31.85a3.15; extra 82.25a 3.00; family $3.25a3.60. Wheat weak; No. 2 spot and May 77ja77i; milling wheat, by sample, 75a79 Corn spot and May 49ja49; white corn, by sam ple, 55; yellow do. 54a54j. m WUinlngvon naval stores HarKet. WnjfiKQTOX, May 11 VvTien Baby was sick, we fcsvt, t,-r idNturt. VvTien she was a Child, she cried ior Castoriv When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When tbe had Children, she gave them Castor fia Calf Blucher Oxford Tia r.t $3.00 and $3.50 per pair. Misses and child's Russet Goat Oxford Ties at $1.50 and $1.25 per pair at Hellex 33i-os.5 131 Fayetteville Street. mar 2 9 CaDsksr S I r:.i. .-U. A. i . jii ; r:. . 7 H jiiri J,". v.. 7vn' Arnv FOOpoi 1 1 t 4 :s p-." " S43pin " . , k lC'J;.m Ar:;v. k''i ym Lcuvt 1'IUim liv" IF TOint BACK ACHES, Ot you are all worn out, really good for noth ing, it is general debility. Try Jtuotrys IRON BITTERS. It will cure you, cleanse your liver, add giv a good appetite. Spirits turpentine steady, Strained rosin steady, Good sr- uned, Tar firm, Turpeni-ne (crude) stea-iy, Kr4. Yellow aip. Virpin. 21 85 90 00 00 55 f 5 City Cotton XLATM-tt. OOEB2CTXD DAILT. Raliigh, N. O., May 11. 7 P. M. 7 7ia7j 6a5j Good middling, Strict middling, Middling, Tinges, Stains, Market quiet and firm. How's Your "Wire. Does she feel poorly all the time, suffer from lack cf energy and a gen eral "no account" listless enervation? She needs atonic. Something is wrong with her blood. Run for a doctorl Not at all, my dear sir. Get her a bottle cf P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium, the very best Woman's Regulator and Tocic extent. It reaches the sources of trouble quitt ly and quickly, and before you know it, your wife will be another woman and will bless the kind fate that brought ! P- to her notice and relief. Our best physicians indorse and recommend it, and no well-conducted household where pure blood and its concomitant happiness appreciated, should be with out. For pale by reputable medicine dealers everywhere. Exhausted vitality, nervousness, lost manhood, weakness caused by overtaxation of the system will be cured by tbe powerful P. P. P., which gives health and strength to the wreck ci the system. ITT w vantea .bauies to do writing at home. Will pay S18 to $20 per week. Send self-addressed stamped envelope for reply. Address Madame Wrieht r- 1 t . o jiisuawaKS, ma. MM IS' SPECIAL VALUES Will be offered in the fol lowing goods this week: White Goods, Laces, Embroideries Ginghams Hosiery, Corsets, Parasols! Umbrellas and Shoes. The Best line of SHOES in the South.3 IS1 DRY GOODS STOKE 213 Fayetteville Street. NQRR (ions No. 3. 1015 ;ui Arrive b--.-' 820pia Lbys hwpza " 8 0.pru lis 7 47rmLeva rVf Bocid. No 35 35 i ra Arrhb 4 5) ( in Ijfckvo 4 WJpui Ltavfi C"- Eccsr-. No. 15. 31 i: 3iflpu Af r.vf f'r- ' 2 10 pia Leavo t' 1 15pnj Iv-ftve I'm '.. ITfcia No. 2 c.-.'. ' "' bc.rd Air-Ijtt f'jr '. p-icU" a'jtXh ai"l itb tJ: Nortoit ti. . atcs-hAieu, ' o3'.k west o! 1V&d ike. Norloik And 'Attt'r' t-:enj, 1U auoke tkU'l ot lioiticLe fcL4 Ht Liiit for Moiiio-, li.fr. ar.d &1J pcirj,! so a;?, k A.ir-Line train ! and cn horto'.k A .-' wot Iroiu Iloinok-. rMf-re frr.ni v Maxton, lieiim:ir.i.: of Jranford arri.- and Lav 5 Loore iu i- itsie d&y. Ample lirre ie v-v ' fast aijJ eui -r at r. ' Wain at OoTf. iVIOWUMEWTS and HEADS AT A BIO DISCOUNT FOR SO We have a large stock ot Unlaced monument and tead-t : r rial and beautlfnl designs which we offer for tbe next thfrty '.7- In order to reduce cur stock. All work guaranteed. DeslKU a - .--- TSS" We pay the freight, DURHAM & ELLIOT'l'. Fayett-v De Street. K-1--4 tflq