North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
NEW SOSO-Tfr AN OlO TONE.
Oli, hated to the water mill, through all the
livelong day - ? a
Youralary will stop about the time you
lose your pay; i'." : 1
The fellow at the ladder top to him all
glory goes, -.,'
And the fellow at the bottom is the fellow
no one knows. , , ,
No good are all the 'had beeus,' fur in
country and in town
Nobody care's how high you're been, when
, once you have come down, v : .
When once yon have been President, and
are President no more, " . .
You may run a farm, or teach a school, or
keep a country store. -- - i- - - j
No one wilt ask about you; you never wil
be missed; , - : ' - -
The mill will only grind for you while you
'supply the grist." " ' .
f i . Havkeye
' ' , cotton.
N. Y. Financial Chronicle.
Friday, P.' JVI., J ane 1 7,' 1881.!
The movement of , the crop, a&indi-j
catcd by ' oar telegrams from the
South to-night, is given below. For
the. ; week, ending jithia - evening.f
. r ' - . . - ' i r . t ' . .
una it), , me loiar receipts nave
reached U2S,2 1 8 . bales, against 29,
432 bales last week, 32,642 bales
the previous week,' and 36,85 1 bales
three weeks since, making the total
receipts since the2 1st pf September,
1880, 5,022,692 bales, against 4,801,-
506 bales for : the . same . period of
I879-'80- showing an I increase since
September. 1, 1880, of 821,127 bales.
The exports I for the week ending
this evening reach, a total of 40,140
which, 28,363 f were to Great
6,172 to France, and 5,-
005 to- rest of the Continent j while
the stocks as made tip this evening
are now 399,984 bales. ' ;- " ; ,
The speculation id ; cotton for fu
ture' delivery has been bat moderately
active for; the week under review.
Prices have been variable. -..Wednesday
opened weak. and" very doll; bat
on the appearanceof tbe report of the
Agricultural Bureau," estimating that
the area planted for the next crop is
lens map one per .cent. greater man
lt year,! there was an; advance of 7
ll points from the lowest figures,
followed by a reaction, until only a
slight advance for the jaeit crop was
maintained, 'with August "closing
slightly lower. 'Yesterday there was
a material decline for July, August
and September, with general depres
sion. To-day .'. there was a further
decline of 8 to 12 points, the depres
sion being due to the continued fa
vorable weather reports from nearly
every important section of the cotton
belt. Cotton on tbe spot was in mo
derate demand for export and home
consumption, and prices remained
unchanged. The market closed quiet
at 11 1 -16c for middling uplands.
I he total sales for forward delivery
,fr the week are 383,600 bales.
- The Congressional Commission,- of
which Hon. John: Wjj Johnston is
and CoK John S. Tucker is
is busily engaged in per
fect ing the arrangements of the cele:
brauon. jThe liberal action ot Con-gres-,
the prompt action of the French
liepublic, and the widespread interest
among the people indicate that the
6 lebration will prove a vast success.
The ceremonies begin October 18,
ill be conducted accord
ing to the jfollowing programme: '
j OCTOBER 18.
The meeting will be called to order
by Hon. John VV. Johnston, of Vir
ginia, chairman of the Congressional
Prayer. j j-V;'' I'
Music by a quartet and chorus' of
one hundred voices. - ii
Introductory remarks by Mr. John
Address of Welcome by Governor
H illiday, of Virgin a. J
Music - -
Laying of the corner-stone of the
monument; by Peyton S. Coles, Esq.,
Grand Master of the Masons of the
State of jVirgtnia, assisted by. 1 the
Grand Masters of the twelve other
original States, f . -
Music, j ". ! i
' j OCTOBER 19.
Address by the President of the
United States, i .
Oration by Hon. Robert C. Win
tbrop, of Massachusetts. -. '
Poem by James Barron Hope, of
Ode by Paul II. Hayne, Esq.K of
Georgia. I ,i .
OCTOBER 20. - .
Grand Review of the Military.
I OCTOBER 21. ., : . '
Grand National. Review in Hamp
ton Roadsi , -
-s- 1 . . Is a sn 1 1 : -E '
Jefferaon Davla'a Defence.
The American Register.
One does not need to sympathize
with his ideas, or to admire the course
to which they led, in order to grasp,
with eager jcurioBity; the opportunity
to examine; his vindication of himself
aud of them. Reason as we may
with hair-splitting logic over the tech
nicalities of constitutional law ; di
vide as we choose the responsibility
' for the thousands of graves in the
. soldiers' cemeteries that blot so many
landscapes Jon both sides of the line
recall we with pleasure or pain the
memory of the apple tree at Appo
mattox Court House we must still
feel the keenest interest in a frank
statement by the Southern President
uf the causes which, from his stand
point, rendered secession a necessity
and justified the men ' who fought so
long and so well to maintain it as a
right. ' Sixteen years have passed
since the famous cause was lost; and
the plea now filed in its defense is en
titled to the respectful consideration
' due to an argument patiently and ex
haustively elaborated by an advocate
in unquesiignanie sincerity.
Mr. Davis, indeed, would have
been inexcusable if he had neglected
uu iasjt ne nas just nnisnea. lie oo
cupies a position unique in recent
history, if we disregard the turbulent
records of the pseudo. Republics in
South America; he is the only Presi
dent who has seen his government
blotted out and his constituency ab
sorbed into .a stronger. There hangs
about him a romantic interest no ex
iled autocrat can ever claim, for he
was not driven away by the people,
but violently and against their will,
attested by their blood, deposed from
his authority over them. Many of
them regard him with very mixed
feelings; it dawns upon them with
daily increasing distinctness that it
was well they failed in their attempt
to establish a new. republic for them
selves; and close -consideration has
made them doubt whether, having
decided to make trial of this scheme,
they acted with supremo judiciousness
in tbe selection of their leaders. One
hears not uncommonly in the South
sharp criticism of Mr. Davis and
many details of his policy; nor do the
strictures by any means invariably
proceed from that naturally large
class whose personal ambitions, were
crossed by his arrangements, or whose
interests suffered in the carrying out
of his plans. They often drop from
disinterested lips, ana are backed by
jlogic of pertinence" and force. And
yet be it frankly avowed, the best
citizen of Dixie is like . the butler in
Goldsmith's play, and will suffer no
one else to abuse the master; so that
not a sword but' shall leap from its
scabbard in his defence, if he be de
cried by any presumptuous carper
who was on " the : other side of the
four years' , controversy; Mr. Davis
is perhaps destined to be judged ulti
mately as much on the merits of this
production as with reference to his
public acts. Certainly, the task of
placing on record the narrative of his
administration, involving as it does a
final and authoritative appeal for a
much-traduced community to the
calmer judgment of civilization, was
one of bo less : dignity and conse
quence than anything he was called
upon to undertake during the Presi
dential term. J !
A. Warm Reception.
Lis Vegas (N. M.) Gszstte. ;
The outward bound stage Hoe was
stopped by two masked men about
twenty miles south weal from here.
about noon yesterday. They ad
vanced with guns aimed at the driver,
Pete DonueH,and both, shot as they
called to him to halt'. Charles Men
Conkey, one of the proprietors of the
stage hue, and W. H. Berry, a pas
senger, were on top of the stage near
tbe driver. ' On seeing the despera
does they drew their Winchesters and
fired, downing both robbers.. One lay
still but the other raised three times,
trying to shoot the driver, but was
quieted by a second ball from Mc
Conkey's gun.! McConkey then fas
tened a piece of paper on one-of them
on which 'was writienr "A failure on
the part of the stage robbers." The
stage being full the robbers were left
as they fell, and the stage was driven'
to Black Range to-day.
MOD rH CAROLINA. , f
SECOND TRIAL OF COL. CASH FOR KILL
ING COL. SHANNON IN A DUEL THE
JUDOk's CHARGE TO THE JURY '
VKSDICT OF NOT GUILTY SBNDBRBD.'
- P By Tdegrapli to the Horning Star.
Chabxestok. June 21.T-A special from
Darlington says the trial of E. B. C. Cash,
who killed W. M Sbaonoa in a duel.waa be
gun, here to-day. The evidence for the State
was tbe same as on tbe previous trial. The
defence put forward Col. Shannon's eecond,
who testified that there had been, no effort
at a compromise on bis part.
Col.: Cash was placed on the stand and
said that be had wanted to fight Snannoo,
to get revenge lor au insult to bis wife.
Solicitor Dargan spoke for tbe State.
Judge Cothran then charged the' jury
that the crime of which tbe prisoner stood
accused was murder, the essence of which
is malice. . The killing was admitted, and
the jury must decide if there was a format
design to laae the are or the deceased. It
has been argued that because tbe law has
been allowed to sleep, it bas do force. This
is not so. The law has never been abro
gated. It ia alleged that this duel was fair,
but self-defence is no plea wben one has. a
purpose. The offence cannot be condoned
because Shannon participated' in it. Tbe
killing in a duel is murder, and the penalty
is death. After reading tbe testimony, and
again charging the jary as to their duty in
tbe case, the Judge closed and tbe jury:
withdrew. Tbey will probably be out all
Charleston, Jane 22. At a late hour
last night the jury in the Cash duelling case
returned a verdict of not guilty. .
BftAlN -AND NERVK Wells' Health
Renewer, greatest remedyjon earth for im
potence! leanness, sexual debility, &c $1
at druggists. Depot. J. C. Mtjhds, Wil
j PRKMDENT GAttFIBLD. "
INTELLIGENCE - RECEIVED . OF THE
' DEATH OF HIS FATHER KILLED BY
A RAILROAD ACCIDENT. i ' :
By Teleeraph to the Morning Star. .
Loko Brakcr, N. J., June 23. The
following telegraphic dispatch bas just
been received by the President from New
' -Father died at 5 P. M. :
Signed C. S. Garfield."
' Another dispatch to Dr. Boynton, the,
President's family pbysiciti, from Rendall,
Ohio, states tbat .."Thomas Garfield has
been killed by the cars. Mrs. Arnold's
skull, was crashed. ; Come on immediately."
Parents, in buying children's shoes, ask
for those with the A. S. T. Co. Black Tip
upon them. They will ohtwear any shoe,
and add to the beauty of the finest made.
A. 3. T. Co. always stamed on front of
Tip.! . '. .-. t
Yesterday, at a picnic at Decatnr. Ga.,
thiity-five persons wete poisooetJby eating
chicken salad,, some of the ingredients of
which bad been-cooked in a brass kettle.
All suffered severely, but the prompt arri
val of medical adi prevented any deaths. .
MEADE & BAKER'S CARBOLIC
WASH is a fragrant and delightful loilet
Article, which bas, by its intrinsic merits.
been introdaeed. It arrests and destroys
tbe offensive odor caused by decaying
leeth. and imparts a fragrant odor to tbe
breath. -Used as a remedy it will speedily
beat all Weeding, monoy; Ulcerated and ICe
eeding Oum. It is unsurpassed as a rem
edy tor Sore throat, and has been used at
Sea with entire success for the cure of Sea
Sickness. It is used aBd prescribed by the
best physicians. Price 50 cents a bottle.
For sale by Druggists. ap 29 2m eod.
to ne. shot at six." , -
THE MELANCHOLY FATS OF A FRENCH
WAR CORRESPONDENT,; AT TUNIS-
r. FROM THR BALL ROOM TO THE PLACE
OF EXECUTION. , - V
From the French of Albert Millaud
', terrible example has been made
in Tunis. One of the special corres
pondents attached to the expedition
howl in the field against the Kroumirs
was pamille Farcy, well known as a
brilliant writer. : He had long been
connected with LalVance, one of the
leading journals. The. army which
he, was detailed to follow was that of
Gen. 1 Forgemol. ; This ' officer is a
martinet, and entertains the most ri
gid ideas regarding discipline. Be
fore the expedition left Algiers he, in
conjunction with Gen. Vincendon,
concocted the following pledge, which
au me journausts were oDiigea to
sign : 1, , promise upon my
honor to . transmit mo information
whatever, . either by telegraph or by
mail, or by any other means, without
first having submitted my manuscript
to tne examination of the officer com
manding the expedition, or to such
officer of officers as he may. delegate
that power to. I farther agree that
any failure to keep this pledge will
expose me to the' zigors of martial
law. - r 'i-rft ft- : ;;i . ; fe- n
This document was sighed.- by all
the correspondents attached to the
expedition. :When Farcy's turn came
he took the pen, bat it was with evi
dent ; reluctance that Ahe 1': signed.
When he had done so he said to For-gemol:
"General. I sizn this document
only because I am forced to do so;
because without doing so I could not
fulfil my duty : as a correspondent;
because without doing so I could not
accompany , the expedition. ut 1
warn yon, sir, that I shall' speak the
truth, the whole truth, and nothing
but the truth touching such matters
as may come under my observation.?
And with a defiant glance at the gen
eral Camille i withdrew. -The old
general r gnawed i his grizzled -moustache
to conceal his . wrath.' He did
what perhaps most men would have
done. He set a spy to watch the
footsteps ' of Farcy, - The expedient
was successful. Two evenings 'after
the spy detected the journalist, under
disguise, quitting the camp. lie
followed and saw. him deposit a large
envelope in one of the minor post-
offices upon the Algerian frontier.'
He was at once arrested and conduct
ed to Forgemol's headquarters.
"Aha!" said tne general, "at it al
ready, my fine fellow, i Well, what
have we here?' and he seized and
broke open the "envelope. "Hum
addressed to La France. Evidently
some correspondence which you were
sending without my knowledge."
" xes, lieneral," said Farcy, calmly.
"Let us see what it is," said Forge-
mol, as he began to peruse the letter.
"lieneral," said Farcy; coldly,"per-
mit me to remind vou that vou are
violating private correspondence." -
"jrnvate correspondence? iianl"
retorted ForgemoL ; "Very private,
indeed ; ! all Paris ' would know it in
another day," and he resumed his
There were some severe strictures
in the letter upon the conduct of the
campaign. -feorgemoFs Jreading was
interrupted by oaths, and when he
finished he was purple with wrath .
"oo, said he, grimly,"you consider
yourself competent to judge of the
operations of a general in the field, do
you ? Well, sir, you shall have a
taste of martial law to add to your
knowledge of military affairs." .
Farcy disdained to defend himself.
AJcourt-martial was immediately con
vened, i Its proceedings were sum
maryits sentence short: "Camille
Farcy is condemned to be shot at 6 in
It was then midnight. The doomed
man was placed in charge of a lieu
tenant and a squad of soldiers, put
npon a special tram, and was borne
swiftly to tbe capital city, -Algiers,
where the execution was to. take
i At 5:30 o'clock the train dashed
into the city. It passed under the
walls of the palace where Albert
Grevy, the governor general, lives in
state. The windows were brightly
lighted' and the strains of a waltz
were borne to tne ears or the pris
oner. The governor was giving a
"You' have half an hour in which
to prepare for death," said the lieu
tenant, compassionately; "would you
like to have me send for a priest ?"
"I suppose," said Farcy, "yOrx will
grant my request r" j 'i :
"Then let meJ eo to. the balL I
would like to have a waltz before I
die." - " ' '
The officer bowed and repaired to
M. Ixrevy s palace. , . -
"His request shall be granted,"
said the President's brother. . " Who
could refuse a dying man's request?
Bring him here; he shall dance with
my daughter." y -
And it was done. The last mo
ments of his life were spent upon i
ball-room floor. -" -
At 6 o'clock the" officer spoke :
; ."The file is waiting," said he.
"Let ns go," said Farcy. He sa
luted the dancers "and withdrew.
When he reached the ground where
the file was awaiting him he refused
to allow his eyes to be bandaged,' and
demanded permission to: . give the
word of command.
"May all journalists do as I have
done," said he; "it is their duty.
Then folding his arms he cried :
. "Fire 1" .
' The crack of the muskets rang out
on the morning ain CamQle Farcy
fell dead, pierced with balls.
The vengeance of Gen. Forgemol
was accomplished. - - - -
The art connoisseur and exhibitor. Prof.
Cromwell, was cured of rheumatism by St.
i Jacobs Oil. ivbwt Virginian.
W I L Lt l ifGTO IV Hi Alt K E T.
STAK OFFICE, June 16, G P.i M.
were madelA( the operilrjgJat 33 cents per
gallon, the closing quotatiebs of yesterday;
later, prices adVsnced.rwi.lb salci. of 123
bblfl.' at S8c; 250 at S9cV afldtill later, at
the close of the day's transactions, 60 bbls.
changed hands at 40cyih'a- market- dosing
firm at the latter tffvnJ ', 1 1 i
ROSIN-Market firm. M , tU 75 ; for
Strained and , $1 .89, lor; Good 8trained.
No sales repoHed,! ? ti,- .i" CVJ -
TAR Sales of receipts repotted at $2 25
per bhl of 280 lba.1 At tile ; clflae ; market
quoted firm at $2 SO bid,' n advance of .25c
per bbL on yesterday'i.qUotatiQiag,,; !f -.1 ,
CRUDE TUBPENTINEr-Maiket qup-
ted.firm, with buyers offering r.$t,25;for
Hard aud,$2 pff'.forr Jpgjh&mv
COTTON. JTarketv' quiet;
sales: 'The following were- the quomtona
of the day: k .
Ordinary. .:. . -.w4-i It ceax&m:l8
Good Ordinary. ;,v;.; .. 81, ?&z t
Strict Good Ordinary; . :- t - :
Low Middung.irM.V: 'Up. --k-
Middling.'-: . l0i-C-,"4;v : ! -k
Good ;Middline. .J?.' i "
PEANUTS-Salesoo a basis of 8035
eta for shelling" Btock, 50 cis for Ordinary,
60 cts for. Prime, v70cts fox Extra Prime,
.and '80:cts;tpr: Faney.-arket steady.
CORN The market was firm at 6868i
cents in bulk, 72i cents in bags, and 75
77 cents per bushel from store, for v east-
iern-county corn.'-, , - ? .
STAR OFFICE, June 17,G P.M.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-Bales j re
ported of 200 casks at 40 cents per gallon,
,the market closing firm at the quotations.
ROSIN Market . firm , at $1 75 for
Strained and $1 80 for Good Strained. No
sales reported. ' ' ' ' k:: ;r.i- -
TAR Sales of receipts reported at $2 85
per bbl. of 280 lbs. Market firm.' ; :
CRUDE TURPENTINE Market qud-
ted flrm,with sales reported at $1 25 for Hard
and $2 502 65 ; for Virgin , and Yellow
Dip. I; :rkk; kk' k'-' m;
COTTON Market quiet, "with SJsmall
Sales. The following were the official quo
tations of the day: k';'kykk-k''.kk:- '
uooa urdmary 8f
Strict Good Ordinary. 11
Low Middling .... . . . r J "r
Jiiddllng 10 :
Good Middling . . : ". 1 Uai
PEANUTS Sales on a basia of S535 cta
for.Bhelling stocky 50 cts for Ordinary, , 60
cents for Prime, 70 cents for Extra Prime,
and 8085 cts for Fancy. Market steady.
I CORN The market was firm at 68
68 cts in. bulk, 72 cents in bgs, and 75
77 cts per bashef from store, for eastern
Ordinary 7i -v cents lb
Good Ordinary V-8i,; J '
Strict Good Ordlnarys'w-.-J . ...
Low MiddlingKi,. . v Q$ r . 1 V f -Middling..,.,.,,,..,,.
101, r . ..
Good .middling. : .'. . ,' , j, ,
"PEANUTS-f Sales on a basis of 3035
cts for shelling stock,50;centsf or Ordinary,
60 cents' for; Prime, cents, for .. Extra
Prime,' and-8085 cts for Fancy ,- Market,
steady. -t.," j 'i:r;rj .,
. .CORN The market ,was firm at 6863
cents in bulk, 72 cents in bags, and 7577
cents per bushel from. ' Store
cents P lb
k STAR OFFICE,' June 18, 6 P.M'.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE Sales re
ported Of 400 casks at 40 cents per gallon,
the market closing firm.', "'-'.'v k-l ;
ROSIN The market was- firm at; ' 75
for Strained and $1 80.1 or Gotol Strained,
with sales of small lots at quotations. Fine
rosins dull and inactive. ,v ;
I TAR Sales of receipts reported at 2j 40
per bbL of 280 lbs, being an advance of 5
cents oa last' nports.1 ':k
CRUDE TURPENTINE Market quoted
steady with sales of YelloW Dip at $2 50;
2 65 bid for Virgin, - -
. COTTON The market was quiet, with
no sales reported. The following were the
quotations of tbe day:
Good Ordinary. ... . "8i
Strict Good Ordinary..
Low Middling........ 9
Middling............. 10 " "
Good Middling.......,. 4
t PEANUTa-Sales ona basis of S535
cents for shelling. 'stock, 50 cents for Or
dinary, 60 cents for -Prime, ' 70 cents for
Extra Prime, and 8085 cents 'for Fancy
Market steady. -v - -;
CORN The market was firm at
68 cents in bulk, 72 cents in bags, and 75
77 centa per bushel from store, L for
eastern county corn.
'I STAR OFFICE, June 20. 6 P;mH
SPIRITS TURPENTINE The market
was firm at 49 cents, at which price 250
casks changed hands during the day. ; j ;
ROSIN The market was firm at $1 75
for Strained and $1 80for.Gopd Strained,
with sales of small lots at quotations... Fine
rosins continue dull and inactive. j ;- -
TAR Sales of receipts reported at $2 50
per bbL of 280 lbs, being an advance of .10
cents on last reports. , -
. CRUDE TURPENTINE Mai ket quo
ted firm at $2 75 bid for Yellow Dip and
COTTON The market was quiet, with
sales reported of 40 bales on a basis of 10$
cents per lb. for Middling. The following
were the quotations of tbe day: ' ; - r
Ordinary. ............ 7 cents $ lb.
Good Ordinary....... bi
Strict Good Ordinary.
Low Middling. ....... 9f
MiddUng.. ........... lGf
Good Middling. ..... . -
PEANUTS Sales on a basis of 30(35
cents for shelling stock, 50 cents for OrdK
nary, 60 cents for Prime, 70 cents for Extra
Prime, and 8085 cents for Fancy.
Market steady. . '
CORN The market was firm at 6868
cents in bulk, 72 cents in bags, and 75
77 cents per bushel from store, for eastern
county corn. . t. .1
' STAR OFFICE, June 21, C P. M.
; SPUUTS TURPENTINE The market
opened firm, with, sales of 50 casks.,. city
distilled at 41 cents per gallon, and later of
200 casks regular packages at the same fig
ures, closing firm. '
ROSIN The market was firm at ft 75
for Strained and $1 80 for Good Strained,
with sales of 500 bbls at quotations. Higher
grades neglected. -
TAR Sales of receipts reported at 2 65
per bbl. of 280 lbs, being an advance of 15
cents on last reports. ' Market firm.
CRUDE TURPENTINE-Matket quo
ted firm at 2 75 for Yellow Dip and Virgin.-
- 1 ' --
COTTON The market; was quiet; wkfc
no sales reported. The following were Ike
quotations of the day:
. " ' STAR OFFICE, June 22, 6 P,. M. -
SPLITS TURPENTINE The market
was firm,, with sales ; reported of 165 casks
at 41 cents pergallon.-.V i, r- --r' "
. . ROSIN. Tbe market was firm at $15
for Strained and $180 for Good Strained,
wilb , sales of . small lots at quotations. . Also
small ealesof A and B rosins at$l 401 65
per bbl. t. :L3t" ; i f t
ATARSaleeof receipts reported at $3 65
per bbl of 280 lbs.-- Market firm; -1 v ' ' ; " ,
CRUDE TURPENTINE-Maiket quo
ted7 firm ;at $2 75 for Yellow Dip and Vir
gin' j .r-i.-;--. 1 t: r'k-y ; 'rx 3 "
COTTON The market was quieC with
no sales reported, j j The following, were the
omciaLquoiaiions 01 .tne uay?.-.;t.
viumarjr..... ...... t
Good Ordinary, i . iJ.e
strict Good Ordinary
Middling. . . . . , , . i . 7 lOf
Good-Middling... : ;;r ;
PEANUTS-r'Sales on a basis of
cents for shelling stock, 50 cents for Ordin
ary, 60 cents for Prime, 70. cents for Extra
Prime, 8085 cents .for. Fancy. Market
steady. ... ,1. .... n ,it. ..f t.. -
CORN. The market was; firm at 68
68 cents in .bulk 72 . cents in bagB, and
7577 cents - per bushel from store,'; for
eastern county corn, ik'ik -i ' :k
mi - m i - a - T - w - m - : J r -
VUkiAI1 vsi7is vivuyyj
i. -:-U : Iti if 'j J.t ji 7 . ; I -...j . . i
E A tTti sewing! CTHHEA T).
PREPARED Br A .PROCESSl USED IN JM9i OTHER MILLl
IB Balls to Pound, I ib.' PaclC8flC8."; ? f ; 1 20 Balls to Pound, 2 lb. Paper ' Boxes.
.' i r : , Packed in Cases of 20, 30, 50, 103 or 500 Pounds eachl ;fc. t ;t
Uniform Price.: -i Mnrarioble tiiscannts.
"Soia "by '
ASK TOR VEAGLE & 1PHENIX." USE HO OTHER
Hand and foot power.
inz buls. Any boy can manage it.
I ING- Send 3 cent stamp for new
40 Daze oamohlet. entitled HOW.
--TO PRINTf il Iustratine' and
'it describings the-world-renowned
Business men are e vei v hert rising it. thereby savine all their nrint-
ny boy can manage it. jmces trom ia,to ..iZ5. .JMrenr... x'lcss,.jDsowteiy
guaranteed. HOW TO PRINT gives all the particulars.- Address the Manufacturers,
II aval f store
Jane 20. - 'k. -kk
The receipts were 311 casaa' spirits lur
peatine . aDd ' 995 barrels . rosin. . There
was- a steady market ' for . rosins, with
sales of 550 barrels at $1 701 75 per bbl
for O, D and E; $l 80 for F; $1 851 90
for G; $3 00 for H; $2 20 fori; $2 75 forK;
$3 00 for M; $3 49 for N, f 3 75 for window
glass and water wbite. Spirits turpentine
firm, with sales generally since our last at
400ic per gallon as in packages. Crude
turpentine n. valued at $3 per bbl for vir
gin, $3 75 foe yellow, dip, and $1.50 for
narke(, Edward Thomas, ' colored.' living near
Hebron cburcb, Hampton connty, Va.,
was found Tuesday morning on tbe floor of
his .house dead,, with, eighteen buckshot id
his back. He was murdered the hight.pre-
vloua while kneeling at the fire-place' in the
act of kindling a- nteJ The murderer is
unknown, but suspicion! DQinta strongly to
one of, the murdered man's own race as the
M : ' ,
guilty uoiauu. .
WHOLBSAI.B : PRICES." '
' ! 1 : " k " " SECEIFTS '
u For (he week ending June 2Q, 1881.'
fYom June 14 id June stt 1880.
Rosin.' , ; Tar. Crude.'
6,823 . V 391 ; ,341
Cotton. Spfriti' Rosin. Tar. Crude.
373 - 431 ? 294
000 2,233 12,139
Total.! - 373 2.654 12,433 ;
-? From June liGi to June 21st, 1880
i !- k' Cotton: Spirits Rosin. Tar. Crude."
Domes'c, 188 ' 89 386 667 127
Foreign, h 000 ! 8,440 13,757; I 000 r 000
grOv quoianons, a ebonld bo understood, rep
seat tns wholesale .prices generally, xn laosing
hp email orders Usher prices have to be cMarifea. .,
By Telegraph to the Kornjnc Btar.l
June 22.Galvest6ni steady at lOf cts
net receipts 410 bales; Norfolk, steady at
10 cts net receipts 144 bales; Baltimore,
steady at 11 cts net receipts 200 bales; Bos
ton; steady at llf cents net receipts 1,092
bales t Philadelphia, steady at llf eta net
receipts- 637 bales; Savannah,- julet; and
easy at'lGy cents net receipts 568 bales;
New Orleans, fUmerat'lOf ceattH-net vre
ceipts 238 bales; "Mobile, quiet at 10i cents
net receipts 69 bales; " Memphis, steady
at 10J cents net receipts 111 bales; Au
gusta, steady at 10i ceats net .receipts 40
bales ; Charleston,' ' Bteady at lOf . cents net
receipts 234 bales; , -
I ,188 3.529 14.123 ; 667 f . 127
,. ,'. STOCKS. .':.
Ashore and JfloatJune.20, 1681.. ;s: -
Afloat. ' : Totals
560 ' 3,029
2,884 : . 32,779
-, 000 - 3,870
. 000 - 1,154
STOCKS. -'-. i . --.t
Ashore and Afloat June Vt " 1880V P
' ., : ' Ashore
Cotton.... . 1,296
Spirits.... ' 1,469
Tar .jl.iUi t,: 2,870
Cotton. Spirits. v Rosin. "
1,233 1 u 14,130 98,635
! June 14, 188a l
ouinui. .... is .. , ii.
Rosin, . . , , $1 07il 12 $1 051
Tar.-...v.;fi 90 in- $20or
Crude. . . ..$1 602 50 $1 702 50
Tar. ' Cmde
June 21, 1880. v
11 -. . f-'.-j
New YorK Goi
tparaitve cotton State-
-.men-- i V
s New York, June 17. The following is
tbe comparative cottonatatement for the
week ending this date:
28,144 - 20,242
Netreceipts at all United
i States - ports during
1 week. . . . .-. i' .-. ......
Total receipts to this
date. ...... .. . . . (.1 . . 5,582,282 4,807,582
Exports for week, .U. ..; 38,463 , 33,712
Total exports to this ' ' !" ; 1 "
i idate.-iw. ;vU..i. 'ki.. 4,214.945 3,894,621
Stock ia all U. S. porta, 403,261 ; 338,486
Stock in-, all interior - - v.- - "! v
H towns.. ..L. 50,16752,378
Stock in Liverpool ! 906,000, .764,000
American afloat rfori1 :Si
Great Britain. U . i. . . 133,000 201,000
5 . i .1 : a '-i'Ei.
EXPORTS 3? OR THB WEEK, ' j.
' An interState Convention; for the im-j
provement of the Missouri river met at
Council Bluffs, ; Iowa, yesterday. k -Resolu-4
tions were adopted requesting; Congress to
adopt measures for the removal of obstruc
tions to navigation by railroad bridges, etc.;
Gen. Raum. .Commissioner of
Internal Revenue, has received a' dispatch
from Oolliector Youncr. Raleieh. N. C an'
nouncing the capture of Monroe L. Frier's
ttiauliery,; in otamey county, in iuii uiasu -
FLIES 'AND MOSQUITOESi: lc .
box of,"Roagh on Rats" wiil keep a house
free from flies; mosquitoes; rats - ana mice,
the entire season. uPruggiats j t
v AQKNTS AWT CANVASSERS miaie from $25
to $50PKB WXXK aeUing goods for K. Q.ELCK
our A CO.. 10 arctev Street.; New York. Send
for their Catalogue and terms. , aa SO wly
Kiranagsa itntkrprtsb m TOLEDO; OHIO,
In the My diBtrlbution of the Louisiana State
JjOtterr tnere were iiuriy or mora lauty uw uw
derslnthatdty.. One ticket. No, 81,414, obtamed
from . A. Daophln, New Orleans, La., by. mail,
hmntrht far tbA Z lent bt Mr. Pred 8chroedet
affov886 Michigan at'.; and A. D. BiSeA, at ttoVt
i V -mrt .TTTTrrre'ir rr.Tj? litlrvon ver8 6ai daae:l i
,ter anaeredoa . a beder misery unaer ime care oi
several of the best (and aome of the worst) physl
daaa, who gave her duease yarious names bat no
ivsaef, and now she la restored to as in good health
b' as simple a remedy as. Bop Bitten, that we had
po hed at for years before uaiag - it ' We eameatly
anff.r as we did. on accoant ef prejudice galnec bo
nwd.i medicine aa turn jmubtb. .i a.
Telegram.; .i...",:.-.--: . ; :, , i ;
i vr -wrNariwa' sooTHINO SYRUKr-Bev
Sylvanus-' Cobb UoB writee to the "Boston Chriatiaa
Ln.n'! wa wnald byno means recommend
any. kind ot medicine which we did not know to be
BAGGING Gcnny.. .
BACON North OaiTHna,J y -;m
Hams, 9 v(Bewii.w.w.M
81dea,N.C. choice, lb.,
, Western Smoked 4 . .
-5 Cry Salted )., nO4q '-;
'Shoulders .....- ; v..
New New York, each .
New City, each
EB1CSS Wammgtoa. V
i -. rwruiiuru.......t. ....
xuunuuao eparm, v ......
. Adamantine. S3 Ski. x
CHEESE Northern Factory 9 1
i: uatry , creamv . -
- State. a
COyFEE Java. U S. "
Hio,V ....... ,........... k
Laeuayra. 8 ft.... ...
COBaiMBAL S.bnahaUn sacks!
wnuA i iiits Daie . ... . . . . ,
jjoaustius Hiieean2,t-, ya
EISA aackerel,Wo.l,9 bbL
, 1A1A . 111
t,:00 "-O, MX
7 . V. lm 9 Jm Duft . -.......
OLacKurci, riu.i,y uui. ...
j&ackerelTNo.S, fj bid...
KaUets. bbl.... ...... ..
do : Pork bbls.
N. C. Herring, Koe, keg . ,
. ? t
O 14 00 ,
ti 3 HO
Ol lift ,
O 9 oo
& W 1
V: ft'COASTWISE. :ik "
Nbtwbtjrvpobt. MAS3.-Schr S ' $
mote-164,141 feet lumber. : ,;
I New Yobk 3teamship Benefactor 7
bales and 1 bag wool; IS bbls and 4 boxes
metals, 18 bales rafcs, 63 do pinestraw, 450
pkgs shooks, 75,500 shingles, 132.439 ft
lumber, 971 tcs rice, 200 bags, rice ; flour, 52
bbls pitch, 205 do tar. 254 ib rosin, 845
casks spirits, 431 bdla cotton, S6 pkgs sun
dries. ,.i .f ''i i'ltt .-;;'' 'S '.ii
t Philadelphia Schr John A ,Grifltn-r
132,862 ft lumber, 135,900 shingles; 11 tons
iron. ip - : .... , i .
i Balttmobe Schr Watchful 118,553 ft
lumber: A ' 1 '
j j - M 7 FOREIGN. - "
f Btettto Ger barque Elise Metzlflr
ft. 279 hbla roaln. . :. .- :.
I Hull Nor brig Ragnbild 1,233 -ca ks
spirits turpt, 150 bbls rosin. ' - v
I Bambtibq Ger baraue Star of Hope
500 casks SDtrits ' turpentine. ' 1.855 bbFs
rosin; ' " , k: ! " T ' - ''
Hatti Scbr Walter E Palmer HSS
itlumoer, sy,4uu Buingies. . , 3 . ,
! Pebnambtjco Nor brig 'Gaz3llen-187,-918
ft lumber. - , , ,' .' s
Ferny' nGaaao.No. l. suoo b
i ,. Da. LoboB.
Bangh' s. Phosphate, '
Ground Bone, .
Bone Meal, --.
rioar.' . -. .
Waann's Phosphate , :
Wando Phosphate, ' '
f Bxcelleztza tJotton FertUlaer
VLOtTB Fine,' DDI,
Boper. Northern. bbl ....... .
jiZEraca. -- 1 v um ...
Family '' bbl .....
:jramuy, m ooi.. .
fLUlfi 19 ft. .m .
a w rwVirn . in store, in oasa.
t ,- nnrn. careo. V DOBhei. in onjjt
Corn, Cargo, bosh. In bags
Oora. mixed bushel Jn bag.
1 Oata. V bUBhel. i.. ....... .
Bed Boss rroor
good parttaUarly for lnrants. mt or 'avw.nB:
low a ESOOUUll syrup wi u
imr; nwn (ntfT it has nroved a bleasina
indeed, by givtnc . an' iitf aat troubled .with .colic
pains, quiet aieep, " iwuw nuuiv.
night. Most parents can-appreciate these blessings.
ilere is an arcicie wiucu wuuu r . s- .
which la luumless, iot ute weep -wmca ik
a. infant ia nftrfatrtlv nAtnral. and 4ha little cherub
awakes as "ongnt aa . a ductoh. (um uuuiiii
oceas of teething. Its vaiae is lnctucaiaoio- - r e
,ye frequently heard mothers say they would net
tthnntitfrntn thn nirtn. or.uie.cBiiaxui ii naa
nsished with the teething siege, on any'nBiara
Htm whatever. Bold bv ail druggists. .35 .cents a
bottle. - -t x
! TCTira HTTH VSTKUTJS ' ARE "WHITE 1TH
COTTON t No money now; cant buy Flanos or
Oreans till cotton comes in." ' Yes yoa can. Rake
np $10 Cash 0 an Organ, or $25 Cash tm a Piano.
and we will sell yon oaring June, July, August and
Btptmber, at BOCK BOTTOM CASH. RAT US, and
nit thr, months for the balance, without one cent
of interest; Cash Bates. Three Months Credit. No
Interest. Don't forget it.' Grand Summer Clear
ing Out Sale of New and Second Hand Instruments
BOO pianos, E00 Organs. - All Styles. All grades.
.all prices. Must bt dosed out. Special Terms to
Installment buyers. Cash prices advanced only
Wen Per CenL Fifteen Days Teat Trial. Gaaraa
Tnatmnonta tmm t teit makers. ' Catalogue
and full Information mailed free of charge. Avoid
Wng Imposed npon by Beatty, or any other man,
by ordering at once from the great Wholesale Piano
mAi Gran Deoot ef the South. LUDDBN &
BATES' SOXJTHKBN, MUSIC BQU8S, 8AVAN-
UAH. OA. , - " ' v je io ws
i Peaa. Cow. B bnebal i
BIDBS Green, P p..:.., .
so 00 .
, 67 &
87 00 i
(A 80 OU 1
& &UUU j
Ca 40 00
ST 09 :
10 Oi! .
a '70 04
e oo oj
C 64 00
j UIJJ w - -
HAY Bae tern, S 100fts
i -. western, ffvw .,
) North Hlver. 100 fta
HOOF IKON ton .,
LABD Northern, 9 "
LOMBBK Cm SmamSawBS
j . Ship IS tun, resaweu, y at it..
itnnen niaee ruuh w bii,
to quality, v .it..it..-s..
1 DresecaFloormg. seaooned..
t BeantUng and Board r- com
mnn.S M(t.... ...... -..'.!
MOLASSES New cpjOuba, hhds
i New crop Cnba.bbls 9, gal..
portotticoinaB. ...... .......
'..i ; .bblft. .i'.Vv..'...
; Sugar House, khds. 9 gal..,,
. . , . .. bbls,v gal ...
ft ttbi). bla. V rai ............
BAILS Cut. lOd Dasis, 9 keg.. .
OILS Kerosene, 9 gal'"
i Lexd, m ga....... iy
1 r J w ..1
0 00- -
6 60 ,
; 68 .
14 ", .
85 09 .i
O 1- it)t-
18 00 SON -
19 00 OUN
SiHi. ,. .
18 00 O18P0i(!
18 00 O sauu
13 00 O 15 00
.. 00 "5
! 00 O
' 1 00 o
Rosin, aj eal
Tar, -per gal. . i .J.. . . . .4
Deck and Spar.per gal
r-'- Twfceys ...... ...I.
PKANUTS w bnanel.'U . . .
POTATOBS Sweet, bushel.. .
i Irish, m Duen... ...... ......
FOBi Northern, City Mass...; .
BICS Carolina, 9 ....-...
t Bough. V Dusa. ......-...
RAGS-Oonntry, 9 ft........
City, fJ .ft..-...
BOFB ...... .....4....
i Liverpool, ysaca....
i USDon, vaacK.
Americai, 9. sack.
Hew ,Yora ,. vau store
. , t , s Jane ao.., . . , f.. . , x
Spirits turpentine Demand bas.. been
stack, but prices again higher on the small
offerings; merchanuble order quoted at 45o
bid and 45Jo asked; a lot of 18 bbls on dock
sold at 454c , Rosins axe- very strong in
price,-' with " a steady market and : mode
rate demand. Tbe following were the
quotations: RoemsCommon vand good
strained at $3 05 for common and $3 07
for good; No- 8 E P $3 m3 22; No. 1
G H f3 252 40; eood No., 1 I $3 60
3 65 low pale K $3 00 12; pale M
$3 S03 50; extra pale N (3 633T5;
window glass $4 004 50. Tar $3 50
2 75.. . -i-
. . Hew lu Feaant jnarKet.
Tl I Journal of Commerce June 21.1
i Peanuts bold to firm prices,with fair de
mand. The' quotations are as follows:
Virginia are 8S3c'for prime; Sf4 eta.
for extra prime; 44 cents for fancy, and
44 cts for handVpicked. : H t
HORSFORD'S 'ACID PHOSPHATE
In Debility. .Horsford'fl Acid Phosphate
ves vigor where there has been debility,
and renewed strength' where there has been
i exhaustion. ' n t
1 Ger baraue Charlotte & Anna. 434 tons,
Lewin, Madeira BPeschatl&.Weslermann. bUGAB Cuba, '...
i:flnhr FTpnTiAtta Hill. Keveridere. SaIti I i rortoaico,
more, to Go;Harr1tf & Oo;fwith cargo: of
coru. . ' - - t
h Ger barque Herman Bebrene, Dilwitz,
Tlnnrleft. E Peschau & Westermann i t
i - Schr Geo W Jewett. 281 tons.' McKown,
Hath.' with ice to J E . LlppiU; vessel .to E
j i Bchr Argyie, IiewisVCalabaebrC lOa-
val atoTfis to JJ Jj vtore. ; ,
Schr Paul P Keller. 204 tons.Henderson,
1 Ttiladelpbia, Geo Harriss & Lkx
i ilstearaship Regulator, Doane, New York,
T EBond. ' i". "
Mmm wwaaw AMwewf m
MS Dartiss & Co. i i
SfcJhr W H Knigbt, Tawes,
tie oiiarriss e uo.
I i Icreaao barque "Prospero, 386 tons.
Ktt wzien, Dekkar," Airica, Qeide & Co.
i a to barque. Star ;of.vHQpe.lHamann,
tti ahnrc: Faterson. Downing Ss Co. .
i R hr8 S BietehoterLoim.NewbuTyport,
v.. a Jtts H ChadbourU & Co. f V!
T. l ''TP-;!.,, ' "Warn
8c Tv John AGrEFSrtWdelphia.
flan Ifarrifl & Co. . .
! : Qyr barque Elise Melzler, Dahms, Btet-1
tin, KG Barker CO.'; : . '
i- Nor bri Ragnhfldt Hansen, Hull, Chess,
h.mrl nr'A Cln. -" - -.-.r r-.-r- 1.
. - Bcr Jgyle,.Lewia, Cl&ba8h,:N C, D L
. ScLjrWalWr '"Br Palmer,1 EllisPart an
-t,;r Havti. E Kidder & Sons-.
- Nor biig Gazellen,'Wiebye,Pernambuco,
iririrlftr& Sons. -
! nhr Watchful.' Gill. Baltimore. f Geo
UHarriss Co; cargo by J W Taylor.
B ) ' w 0....,. ..
Bx. C fr 9 av......-.f
HOAP NorthAm. l... ......
SHINGLES Ctontraet, 9 X . ... .
I Common, y at. . ;
. CypressSapafl M. .........
i Cttd re Be Hearts JC,
STAvBtt W. Oi BbL, 9 .;.
TTJCBBB ShlpBlng, 9 j!.,.
MiUFalr, 9 !......... ...
Common Mul. .:. . ... ... . '.. .
Inferior to Ordinary, aj M.i.i
WBJSKBT Northern, 9 gal
North Carolina, 3 gal........
WOOL Unwaahed, 9 ... . t.
. I 40 O
: ..-,40 O.
00 00 O 18 50
po oo 15 00 ;
000 1400 '
1 40 ,
. 30 '
j TO 1
00 O 80 . :
' o o
. : S
5 00 O
7 50 .
00 00 .....
14 50 V
'.S 50 .... ;i
IS 90 .
'4) 00 i.'
i nn c
loo o'soo ?'
t .i. .83 j"
4- 10' ;I16
fccliawisit)oiiKewTk,..i.i'. xmae-i.'' J.
i iiv Fhllaiielphia, j-
Western Cities,',... X .
BankofHew Haia)ver.Stoelriw1is-f r! &ipi rLt
First National Bank,...,....f..- - -illitkj
N. C. Bondg OlditX-CXmXKJTW, a w - -
i R2-k.$2Wt&'rwr.i&' kkt.
i J Wl w.. ........
' ' Do. New 4'a.K"jiJ!.isi.l8 '
t Do. Special Tax.. 4 r ?
:5S. NVO. Baiload.i.i;;Vi.V9S ?-
W,aXW.B.aBonds7J8eGoldlnQai6f ...j; fsJ.;iji
Carolina Central B. B. Bonds, 8c..If5' l i" k
WiLOoL Ang.R-B. :r ti t :.MLtM$em. VJli'4-
New Hanover Connty..a 9c, .UWs( ac?
W. A W.Bailroad Stock .........lOOf
North Carolina B. B ...w..100 3 fftH.Ws
W1L Gas Light Co. M,.t0 ;S
Wilmington Cotton Kills ...100