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Editor, and Proprietor-
CBAS, B, JQSSSu
vrv" i i'?rw From the doting wark that letter our :
.IqTlCAtjpEES IS J SORTU CAROLINA
Mr. Frye, of Maine. : began throwing
political murders In tfte
Steele, of North. Carolina, brought him
up standing by demanding that he
specify, and by inquiring of him what
political murders he knew of having
been committed in North Carolina.
Mr. Frye confessed i thaV.he; fcnew -of
none, and throughout the remainder bf
liis speech talked a little less loosely.
a view to help
upon tne mattjfr u
to reply to Mrg;e
ing so it quotes from
the House report
on " Affairs in the insurrectionary
States," second session, Fory-Second
Congress, relative to North.'1 Carolina,
wherein, it - seems, are rehearsed all
of outrages; alleged to have
pexjtatwm ttislSit y
"rebel Democracy" upon negroes and
white Republicans. It is careful; to
conceal the names of those who gave
the testimony which it utilizes, and. is
equally careful to conceal the declared
motives o those .who did the whipping
Rambliam then, with
afli 6flirtui three
ana tnea upaertofK
14 ..mm- IV . 8.
amlstuuiging thaiged to-th?ir aceoun.4harte48-cemmitted-exeluflively to-thel
r TbegtrAith qf.the. business.isriust this;,
. 1 1 f Uofl it J -TLoi nT jZJIJ-iTL
that time. -N,ortl Carolina kaojvn, as
the Ku-Klux Klan. It was organized
ap.admmsterr the. justice which the
'cofcfts dobildifoldtetent people. T
i i ' i c r.i
juuiciarjr wtts in large paixiin'
hands of thieving carpet-baggers a
omally unprincipled scallawitrs. a
i . v tm!ii0oiiMiiegro or a Radical
;V.:;:a;na;ift as -difficult to compass
'.'.' tts'ttil(liUV.i white Democrat
. .. WPwijSB hady therefore
to 'administer Wstice ''themselves or see
' ramumet aiiti arson run not in the,
ijuuu; ; jliicju., (LM,ijr,ir JMCcllia UJ. UClCULtS
were in their own right hands, and that
4 theyjapplied them Knot; under, the cirs
i bumstafcceJ lutpiaslng.,; .That . people
wers. whipped, shot and hung. for polit
cal opinion's sake is not true tney were
punished for crime as viewed"5 W : this
that would have been meted out to
Uie.samacrUiWOals in any ,
Wihelolinft lifiaerthe s
stances; fit not to be denied that it is a
very bad state of society: which makes
it necessary for the people to take the
Viuiands, but im$
' Wattcnat JxeiMican 'and of all others
concerned to a consideliSia,. the
! qiestiin, j ho Jpredpitated' this state
of society jUpon us? It was the Repub
lican party which fettered the hands of
honest men and turned loose upon the
In the course of its senseless tirade,
the ftpvlican says :
Will find that the
elected him to a
seat in Congress did not confine their
murdering and whipping to, men alone,
, ufcw&uiuonpen na ypurjg rniifl rjeni
.; :VAvereowliiiedi;afidr .Khot: that an nfill
-mia,h wa.& sdier of the war of 181?;
and a native' 'bf 'the'.: State whs beaten
Ijecause he was a RepubSwrarid 'tuat:
all -thisjrasnlonp by masked ruffians.
This lif simply basely false,, .Nonsuch
excesses7 as tRese were ever committed,
with at. without justification, in this
jeot JwheH.we"ay that the paragraph
u.uuve is lue product eitner 01 unbiush-
ing knavpry nr nf aUn ?thTing .jJn's otiron works and
pitiful if it were rji e fles fllsfe nid placing tlteMuiidi undrfriptice. iSeve
contemotible. r- v ; 1 1 v r. rai hrgeemernslvillfbel brrtnhf t i
Mi All :TrvmYt
We aro glad to see : the IV'Tlm
asu maw the suggestion to the Pro
duce Exchange of that city and to the
press of the State at large, that the 20th
of May be made a general holiday, iM
e m -." kl . - j ...... . t
'! T7uolgpftion will be taken
up and acted upon. For a long while
ft haS been a holiday in Charlotte, but
the event which the day commemo
rates was of no mere local importance.
The. ,Mecklen burg Declaration, of Inde
pendence is a common glory ; its fame
bfjlofcgs t. the jBtate, and 'every' section
snould show respect for the day which
marked its promulgation by an annual
- observance - of that day, if not'bV st
ceieoraiioni at Jeast by a holiday.! It
Y0U, mQs illustrious day, and who w
. bin weexpect strangers to reverence it
until we ourselves set the example ?
f jlWepfieJf JtiJavor of making the
-wtn oi may a general holiday, we have
r oeen-pieasea t&- observe, is growtog
Let it continue to grow". Last year Jn$
II '-TVTrrfT V16 fay was observed!
nr-piaces1 Which 'had1 never bei sof
servedit,andmay we not venture to hon
of succeeding years? Herein Charlotte
- i r e,DJaun are annaally increase
I rW aHF?giliijdeand impressiveness,
i K eWe'totne memory of 'anlvent3
.. . muioHawramon nentage, either by
celebrations of their own, by simple
holidays, of pf SoJnlnjglhfwitLM ltf
. ; -j - who live near enVugJ Irl 'itsue
. . UiiUlLV. Onr IVi minifn s
firt e'pMM&w holldays,
anyway, and whatvTmnrt
b j give
" He It wotildbettAiirwJia
!etfti;enma x v
wspecfe for their, traditions and jlt M
. woras.in theHouselastTharslat When
.the armr biirand thJTil-
..j -ment theretayere' under considSo?
- '.'Both withheld their rmarVa ir!
they -Will annear irv.Kiv ...
' ATIOTIBLE DECISIOX"
We said one day last week: that the
discusakatipon j,theHrmy.bilig ; the
House was; of such A'chaxacterVas .Vis'
calculated to givfc ttfe; cbuntry'3 higher
opiidonof thNatlSaal ! legislature'.
The Philadelphia Times, which is inde
pendent in politics, holds the same
views, and its review: Jof each of the
more notable of the speeches which
Kwere-dehVefed last week, is so terse and
laswaaiufaflrtr m jnaW that wwoa flrftTfonrrT
copy Jrom. The Ti
display or oratorical anility, i
not of statesmanship, the House debate
on the army bill, now brought to a close,
nas DeeirremarfcaDie. - 'mere nave Deen
some strong, even brilliant, speeches on
either side, and the average is above
that of the stun that usually fill the
pages of the Congressional Record. Mr.;
Garfield, Mr. Kobesdri" and; Genl "Haw-
ley, on the one hand, and Mr. Black
burn and Mr. Tucker have won new
laurels debaters, and Jlr. ,Weaver is
an fin teres till tri discovert ahianer ithsr'
Genbacker 'General Ha wWs closl
t. M Mm.L T 1 i - A. a. ti X M 1 "
ujl u xiepuuucan cave wjw inarjeq;
is nappy cpmmanaot lantmftere.bu
ne iranKness andnreDiJconvii
uon. uarneia s speecn wore well tor a
day, but by; the time the Democrats got
through with his record there was verv
.little of it left., . He placed a chip on bis
,snouiaer. The chip was knocked off
and his shoulder was put out of joint
ti TaUef WW- M
This is the name of the consolidated
roads now. The stockholders of the
Western Railroad company met in Fay
etteville on Thursday, and accepted the
new name. Under the law the accept
ance or reiection of amPTiHmpnfa thQ
vote of the private stockholders.
kamefcfiirfAit i incrfeasifi thei Hir
vy-r vnuis nan XCJCUfccU, ilUU.
the old arrangement of five State and
four private directors stands.
Julius A. Gray, Esq., of Greensboro, a
man of excellent business attainments.
au oi unojeaenergy'andgood
nt, was? elected president, and
gave great satisfaction in this office,
made a good president, and it was at
his own request that he resumes his old
post. The extended line will give him
an opportunity of increased usefulness.
The private stockholders elected John
D. Williams, EsqA. A. McKethan,Esq,
Capt. Hurt and E. J. Lilly, Esq, as di
rectors on their part; and Col. John A.
Gilmer, the representative of the State,
appointed W. A. Moore, Esq, of Mount
Airy, C. P. Mendenhall and D.W.C.
JBenbow, of Greensboro, Dennis Curtis,
of Franklinsville, and Lawrence J.
Haughton, of Pittsboro, directors on the
part of the State. .Favorable terms were
agreed upon between the company and
the Mount Airy company, and mea
sures were taken to immediately prose
cute and complete the consolidated road.
Work is expected to begin both at
Greensboro and. at Kernersville, or at
some point between there and Mount
vvitn a view to receiving new si ii -
f Cponaj thg consolidated com-
paiij--wcBs-iKjwsrminea'-nmaer tne re
cent amendment to scale the stock 50
per cent. Thisswill put the new sub
seriber on ail fours with the old; ones.
XA meeting of .the directors was then
held, and the routine business was dis
patched. All the old officers vere re
tained, with the exception of one agent.
a ne um.hu umiv aujournea.
1 triicevAveried, Yet Many Works on
' the Eve of Closing.
London, April 7. The strike of the
Preston weavers against the inti ndnr-
4VftJ"e laikVurnj standard list of
,n iiva, ws yw nuteaiy coaiai)S0(.u wie
operatives submitting under protest.
L Although ; a srftnprftl!ifiilro h
vayertea:by.,the;acceptince by 10.000 men
twothIrds:the Titmen ut Dmham f
strikeaglnste -rMuction wilt have
iiic ciicuvoa wpping, nearly yo pits and
throwing idle 25,000 hewers, and should
the struggle continue more than four or
five days, other industries closely con
neqted with the coal trade will be par
standstill in the course of a week unless
uie ov, nersor pitmen give way. At the
Consett Irm-VVprks, where from twl vft
tojoutteeft Buridred toifts of $hip plates
mouiauc-rverj wees ior tne Clydes,
work will have to be suspended. The
whole number of pitmen employed at
their eight or nine colleries are amonc
rhnan Auf am 4-U aa, d
vavq Y4 V.UO MUKtJ,
vne rennsjiraou Strike Over and
Philadelphia, April 7. A dispatch
.V A aums mis aiternoon says the
strikes amoner the minfirs nn the m.
ongehala River, the Panhandle Railroad
and in the coke regions of Southwestern
Pennsylvania are now over and work
has been generally resumed. These
aw ia.es nave resulted in an advance ex
cepiin tne coke regions, where a de
mand iojt aa advance was -withdrawn.
new sinse, norwever, is expected in
the works along the line of the
r-ennsyivania Railroad in Westmore-
tocMing Main Between Virginia and
gjailearnmenced hers to-day. Each
siae sno.wetttwiRntvifivpiAfsr otii
On. 1 . j i . , wwvou iWJ.
teen were matctififi. Tim irmtat io
;:o a oatue ana ??500 on the odd fteht,
oix ' ncrnts occurred tvdftv Vivr4o
won .two fights and a judgment on a
IOUl COUnt Was CnVfiTl in fKo fnnWh
nght ; Pennsylvania won three "fights;
vuvv uuu IU1CC, VY1U1 bile J IIUST'
trr." "53 aw ai ewi x oxk res-
rations. NurrierniiRrtATHnfr iVii
-wwj'vtMiig UIJUl 1AIUJ
.Northern and Southern cities are pres-
wiy, ouu uettiugis accorcuiigiysiively.
i5ri ttLA-r:,1" , eteyaro,
mtfrtoiists have been par-
At ther suppfemehtary "electiorf rfbr
members of ,lhe, chamrr.;rtf HoUt,ft2
yovciurtjt, me moaerate itenublicana
Kenerauy defeated their Radical com-peutors.-
ri.-s- v--- -.- ' .. : :ur ,
'hhTm April 7A Berlui dlspatcK
to the Zo Rav'. Ji "
SL1to B10-0 relative to the
occupation of Eastern RoumeUa and
of fcFa mention of the treat?
Second Liifintfinafif r -w t r'-.T
infantrv. ha flSi
T nSffi?7'- f-laitf tactics at the
Roufe. t t6 Univers!ty ! Baton
rni81118 Police com
certiflcatftrf nf thi
G1EIB ALDrS EETTR J TO ROME
He Goes There 4o:Iie-An- Impressive
Scene Upon His Arrivla. J"
W-ltornxxx, 'April !7. The yborrespond
nt of the Times a. Rome says; Now
that the wild rumors-as to the object of
Garibaldi's yisit to llome have proved
groundless, it is asserted ' that lie has
come to die in the city to attain which
for Italy all of his strivings were direc
ted. Haf riends assert Jbt politics arp
wholly1 -uaconnectedi wkh Jus. coming-
WPkeouJLd, thatjiis healjuyyasnot
lmpivviug at tjaprera anu uiougnt cue
miperal springs at Civita Vecchia might
Wnefit his gout. Garibaldi, replying to
a syndic, who visited him on nisi ar
rival, slid he did not himself know: the
reason of his visit. A more pathetic
scene tian that on Garibaldi's arrival
at the i ailway station has seldom been
beheld J Shouts were raised as the train
entered the station but they were speed
ily silenced by the circulation o&tiie
report that the general was ill. He was
carried from the train on a mattrass on
a large litter. He lay extended and wo-
jhantlkerciief around his head. It looked
I ys lOQUga corpse was Demg earned m
4tatlra It was found impossible to move
film ffomf the litter, which was placed
jbn anfepejvjparriage which was driven;
accompanied by a mournfully-silent
crowd, to the house of his son, Menotti
Garibaldi. It was so impossible -to
move the general that at Civita Vecchia
the side 01 the railway saloon had to
be cut to admit the litter."
A dispatch from Rome to the Daily
JS0WS says riaribakli slept.well Satur-
daylnifrhfcr. Hisldodtdi thihks will
leave his bed within a week. t i -
OSLT THE SENATE IN SESSION.
The Kew Hampshire Case Put Over and
No Important Business Transacted. .
WASHINGTON.ATrii TSex atr.-
The army appropriation bill was re
ceived from the House and referred to
the committee on appropriations.
The Senate resumed the consideration
of the New Hampshire senatorial case,
theauestion being an ithe amendment
of Hoar to the-" resolution- of the major
ity of the committee on privileges and
elections, declaring that Charles H.
Bell is entitled to his seat, the majority
reporting that he is not
. After a brief debate tbi. further con
sideration of the subject went over till
.A resolutioii wias agreed, to that the
President of the Senate appoint a select
committee of five' members on Freed-
meji.abavuigs and .j Trust Company, to
take into consideration all matters re-
to said institution:
? NOMINATIONS. V
The President sent the "following
nomination to the Senate: Andrew P.
McCormick: to. b ITniiPrl tatfa Hia
trict judge fdr the-Northern district of
SOUTH 0AR0L1N1 ITEMS.
Pickens Court House is seekincr a
connection at Easley with the Air-Line
The Grand Lodere of th TnrlAnAnHoTif
Order of GpTenirilats5 in South Caro-
lino .r?1f it- ' 111 t ; . . ,
ii.ua rrin uicci m uiumoia on tne U
The Holmans. stayed - in i Greenville
over Saturday night and gave a benefit
for the Eee fire company. They played
"The Streets;of New -York,''
Mr. J.!L. liilukn and'Miss M. Joella
Moseley, of Greenville, were married at
the Washineton Street Preshvtft-rian
I church, of that city, last Thursday
The South Carolina Prpshvtrv will
hold its semiannual session in Abbe
ville, beginning -to-morrow, April &
About sixty delegates, clerical and lay,
are expected to attend. They will be
entertained at the houses of the citi
zens or ail denominations. .
The Press and Banner says that the
stock law is brineine' e verv son a inrh
of ground in Abbeville county under
cultivation. Every nook and corner is
now plowed and planted. Patches that
nave, lain unfenued and useless for
years are now garden spots.
The residence and storehouse of Mr.
W. C. Moody, twelve miles from Cam
den, were destroyed by fire last Thurs
day night The loss is . estimated at
jp4,wu.' j. ne nronertv was msnirpri fr
$3,000. The fire is thought to have
. George McDuffie has been convicted
of -manslaughter, in Greenville court,
for the killing of G. VV. Locke, and sen
tenced to eight years in the penitentia
ry, and Wm. Dent, who killed John
Hams some months ago, in Columbia,
has been acquittedin Richland court -
Three respectable citizens,Robert Mor
mon, Lee Hagood and Winthrop Wil
liams, who were managers at Ward l.in
Columbia, at the last election, were ar
rested last Thursday morning upon a
charge of violating section 5,515 of the
United States statutes, and carried be
fore Commissioner Eaton, who contin
ued the cases until he could ask advice
as tb his rinty in the premises
The Columbia Register says that
there are at present sixteen incorpora
ted companies digging and mining phos
phates in the streams and waters of its
State, Some having exclusive and oth
ers general rights, and representing an
aggregate capital of ; about $1,000,000.
Each of these companies pays to the
State quarterly a royalty of $1 per ton
upon every ton ot pnosphate removed
by them not steamed or kiln-dried, and
of $1.10 upon every ton steamed or
kiln-dried. During the fiscal year end
ing October 31st, 1878, the total amount
of royalty received by the State was
Fejpr Infected Ship Another Tes
' sel (taarantlhed.
Portsmouth, N. H, April 7.-There is
only one case of yellow fever on the
United States steamship Plymouth, and
that is convalescent Only one has died
from the disease. As a matter of pre
caution the, Unije4 1 States steamship
Guardian, in quarantine-last fall, hav
ing had yellow fever; in board, will re
turn to quarantine to-morrow.
' - . , A Card. j
To all whn n.rn inflorinn fn. . .
SH?18.01 yo1?' nervous weakness, early de
yj loss of manhood, Ac, I will send a recipe that
will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary to
South America, ftanrt B ooi r'o Htf "l
toHhe REVrJOSEPH T. "INMAN7S jv "SSS
xork city. r ,
Ian OR .... V . . ' - 1 - " .
,. . ' '
.... ,,.,.:,. .,.For congress.-;
The fame of (he
shortlived durion ikt. ."TJ?.0
"e nbw to pay $20,000 for antecUoi Who
wante the nomination In our district? for there is
nothtaa eaual to Hnr' rriii. or5 4Le?J8
- "wuwua, wuus: auu itsin aiseaaenL
Beware of counterfelte. . .. . .. ,7; "
-"jr-w i .... ' J-
. 1 if
BigBieeas Decision er the 8. Supreme fJoarf
M&S? wierelgn State of the FedendUnlon
SnS?tnireufntly.before toe Supreme Courtof
the united Stnta in nuj .Tirr,
Jrtwmal has pronounced tiial the contract entered
Into is Inviolate Th Sr.rcS??1
nv has contract fir lwWlfEwKK
?f.w1n2? U wa Incorporated, and the action of
no legislature can prevent threnovvnMTOroora
tlon from rontimiinv tt "vir Srv'V.
Oons at New Orleans n Tuesda
every month,.;tFor further informaUon adored 01
M. A. DAUPHIN, - s -P.
O. B0X Hfl2. NmrOrlMiu T -
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vairerMl AcaieseeBee t tte Dcslrei Be!t
The world seems to be wen satisfied with the an
nouncement that the contract entered Into by its
charter from the state of Louisiana, granted for
the consideration of a million of dollars to the
Louisiana State Lottery Company In 1868, for
twenty-five years, will be strictly adhered ta The
financial relief thus afforded has maintained that
noble Institution, the Charity Hospital, at New Or
leans. The next grand monthly (the 107th) draw
ing occurs on the 8th of April. For any Informa
tion, a letter addressed to M l Tfcumhin p n -
Box, 692, New Orleans, La., will have '""nllatf
aprl lw ,
r ', r -: rt in Dixeste -t rr. , ,
-Imperfectly nourishes tho system,- sinee tf is only!
paipauyjissmuiaiied.by.ae- bloodV. Pate, haggard
uiuruus, wua ayspeptlc stomachs, Impoverished
drcolaaon and weak nerves, experience a marked
and rapid Improvement In their physical condition
by availing themselves of that sore resource of the
sick and. debilitated, Hostetter's Stomach Bittern
This genial tonic and alterative lends an Impetus
to the processes of digestion which Insures an ade
quate development of the materials of blood, fiber,
and muscular tissue. Moreover, It soothes and
strengthens overwrought or weak nerves, counter
acts a tendency to hypoehondrla or despondency,
towiucn ayspeptlc and bUIous persons are pecu
liarly name, and is an agreeable tind wholesome
appetizer and promoter of repose, The Inflrmitles
of age, and. of delicate female constitutions, are
greaUr relieved by it; and It Is a reliable preven
ttve of, and remedy for, malarial fevers.
apr2 lw' r-''--'-'- '
. . ::Ba Blood.
A serious emeuHc occuxred recently between two
homy handed sons of toll, which resulted In a
broken arm for Smith and a, cracked rib for Jack
son. For bad blood there Is nothing equal to
Rosadalis. the great Southern Remedy which
drives out all Impurities like magic. :
aprl lw ' - '
Live like a Prince, on S2.50 per day; you can do
this now in New York, and on .Broad wav ton. hv
getting a room at the Grand Central Hotel, on the
1 European plan for $1.00 per day and UDwardn. and
plan at $2.50 or S3.00 nerdav. whlrti lrbiHa
i?J wd me1?" i
A Kenedy that Jus fteei Beaeflei. ;
The invincible reouenance faith ainwwt
one to the smeU and flavor of Cod Liver Oil, has
u.v.euvcu wuo vi uiuunuuu in. uiv victims oi ae
Mlity, from reaping the benfits of peculiar healhig
and nutritive ororjerttea. - The
consumptive, the martyr to rheumatism, the bare
, ly living shadow of men, women and children that
emerge from the clutches of malarial fevers, all of
these know, or at least their doctors know, that of
all discovered remedies, this oil is the best, and of
ten the only one that will build up their wasted
bodies, and restore their shattered nerves, and far
more effective than the oil by itself is Scott's Emul
sion of It, with the Hypophosphltes of Lime and
Soda. This Is the finest and most natural food
and medicine in the world, and wholly deprived of
its disagreeable qualities.
maris 2w . .
Yes, woman has as good right to health and hap-
f o u, vuin lueu, wny suner so long
when the remedy is within your reach. Try Brad
field's Female Regulator, Woman's Best Friend,
and you will have your health and strength fully
restored. Call on your druggist for a circular, and
uco ovuiu ui uio wuuuenui cures 11 nas made.
An old physician, retired from practice, havinx
had placed in his hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a single vegetable remedv. for
me speedy and permanent cure for consumption,
bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and all throat and
lung affections, also a positive and radical cure for
nervous debility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested Its wonderful curative powers In
thousands of eaann. hasfnitit hta..
known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive, and a desire to relieve human suffering. I
wm send, free of charge, to all who desire It, this
recipe, with full directions for preparing and using
In German, French or English. Sent by mail bv
addressing with stamp, naming this paper. W. W
Sherar, 149 Powers' Block, SochesterlTiew York.
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. Wtnslow's Sooth
ing Syrup has been used for children. It corrects
aamty 01 the stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates
the bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, whether
arising from teething or other causes. An old and
well known remedy. 25c per bottle.
TELE&RAPHIG MARKET RififS,
APRIL 7, 1879
CINCINNATI Flour firm
4.6084.85. Wheat firm; redluri white ToS
1.07. Corn Quit and firm at 87aS8. Oatsto
food demand at 29a33. Pork dull and nominal
fioii0?5, La1togood demand; Bteam 6.30a
c5" meats quiet: shoulders 8.70, short
ribs 485. short clear 5.00; bacon dull, shoulders
!ft nfS?6!? de 5- Whiskey easier
?1 hi1- DButterT cnol dairy 18a20, prune do
r,1 . Sugar steady and unchanged; hards 8a
A white 8I4, New Orleant tta7
quiet and flrm; packing ft.75a4.10.
Baltimobls Oats steady; Southern 32alfe. Wea-
te82a rStod SOlfKnns
Tiuua ojaozw. nay unchanged; prime Term
sylvanlaand Maryland 11 al2. Provisions firmer;
mess pork, old fl.50alO.60. new -; bulkmeato
KSST JSS2f"Li iM-es SaMu.per car
ZSbJS&Sl nS iaStts bacon-shoSders, old
4. clear rib sides, new 510, hams, sugar-cured.
9Vta Lard-refined 07Bur steadr-
jm.co nesiern pacKea I8a20, rolls 15al6. Cof-
tvx" I"u carvjcs maio. whiskey dull at
1.071 Sugar steady; A soft 8a.
Nkw Yobk Flour In favor of buyers: No 2
2.35A3.10, superfine Western and State a45a3.'55'
common to good extra Western and State8.75a
3.80, good to choice do 8.95a450; Southern flour
steady; common to fair extra 4.10a5.50- mod
to choice do 5.50a8.l5. WheattiSSlA 2
er red l.Olal.01, No. 8 dlttoL09 Com
-ungraded 43a45:No. 2. 41& 1 oSt. ot
zZZ-iiT7 1 a uoiiuuiu ; xuo Qtiocea in car-
KX J? .BBBT QUtet;
loan H4taaM. fair tncnnrt nflninr flu.i i a i .
"tto j"10" nuua m.. t nas, granulated bia
powdered crushed 8. Moia-New O?-
fcans 28a42. . Rice In faudemamtand Mead
Carolina quoted at5ia7tt, Louisiana 6a7. Pork
-mew ra spot 9.40a50. Lard-prunesteam on
spot 6.60a62 Whiskey 1.05. TrelghtsduU.
ntQ i iv.iw; exports coastwise
cruo, un , cAyurui m, ureat ifliuun .
25; spinners 400; exports
to Great Britain ;
BosTOM-Flrm; middling llc; low middling
J1VSPod ordinary l(s; net receipts 773; gross
Brffi O'SOO; Prt to Great
hZ2?!!! ml(MSto 10c; low mid
dling 10fcc; good ordinary 9; net receipts 96;
gross ; sales 40; stock 1,792; spinners ; ex
ports coastwise 1,102; to Great Britain ; toCon
nent ; to channel . -
Philadelphia Firm ; middling llifac; low
middling Hi; good ordinary 10; net receipts
217; gross ; sales 186; spinners II; stock
7,500; exports to Great Britain . '
ATO5'Aatetj "?dllnc 10c; low mid-
wuig lw.; guua wramaiy hc; receipts 205;
shipments ; sales 273; stock .
CHAKLN-Fim; middllrig 11c.: low mM-
oung iu.; good ordinary lOtyc.; net receipts
525: gross -; sales 200; stock 14.683 : ernorti
v; turn. Britain ; France :
to channel .
t t?w"J5SIn,a?'v; 88168 26i "l uplands
L1,' 0rlean8 consolidated net re-
s"f v?x,, ojLuvns to ureal isruam flkka.
. Litkbpool Noon Good
Bfed.. Orleans, 6ild., low middling uplands .
LS'JS&SS ordinary uplands-:
r.t.'rSK ."i'"-"'" exErt a,ooo, re-
i 'il.,1. Aiuoncan zo,uw. jrutuns opened
A;1Here' but the advance has since brenpar
tlally lost Uplands low middling clause: April de
livery 6 8-32, April and May 32Vl-loal-82
l??5?.' Juit". and August 6a7-32, August and
ocpwjnioer 014, September and October -vOcto-
New mn ahlnnail .T
vet ouu AiuYciuuer .
, vu.mu, w4u suvu , Apru na siay.
Tom Futures closed steady.
000 bales. ;
Jane..... ....... .........
July ..... ..........
CITT COTTON MARKET..
Omci 0 THE Obsxbtek,
CHABLona, April 8, 1870. f
The market yesterday closed firm, as f oiim .
Good middling ....
SWct low middling. .. iu
Low middling?: , ifiP
.U16VB .1.,..., ..,....... USi
Lower grades.- RoSS
Tlnwio ...... .... . imM
tIS?mne Prem'ses of W. J. F. Llddell, Saturdav
"f-l. rtd.ln. bridle. The above reward win hi
iT!25?di?aaaB low middling
10c.; good . ordinary lOc.: net recelpte 13; gross
263: sales H.flOO: bvir 7n- aTnXlt. LJiZzi
ap if S. J" V- - ' ' w- C, MORGAN -
(Zvozhzvvi un& Glx&sxxmvt
... - V
C R OCK E R Y
MR. A. W. LUDOLP,
OF BALTDiOBX, IfBv,
m man of unlimited experience In this business,
having traveled for 17 years in the West and South
selling Crockery, Ac., for some of the most exten
sive Crockery houses North, has been associated '
of this crrr,
In the above business, and the firm thus constitu
ted will be known as JNO. BBOOKFIELD ft CO
Mr. Ludolf left last Tuesday for the North to lay
In the most extensive stock of
China, Glassware, Lamps and Lamp Goods, Deco-
orated China and Porcelain, Silver and Silver
Plated Ware, Fine Fancy Goods, Wood and Willow
Ware, House Furnishing Goods, Cutlery, Bar Fix
tares, and many other goods too numerous to men
tion, for our Wholesale and Retell trade. In fu
ture we will handle
SHOW CASES, &C.
Particular attention paid to having goods decora
ted to order, with any name or monogram, Ac., on
each article of China.
Give us your orders. We sell nothing but first
class goods, and sell as cheap as you can buy at
the North anywhere.
jror nr. LudolTs return, as it will be a treat to ex
amine his line of fine goods.
JNO. BBOOKFIELD ft CO.,
Trade Street, near College,
March 27. Under Democrat Office.
S00tS VLVL& gUBtS.
All HIN 1 ION
APRIL 8, 1879,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A M.
The above la-a well assorted tot, suitable for the
trade of North and South Carolina, and they win .
be sold by the case only. nwOlpay i
10 do present at the imu. th si ni .w.
Place at the old stand of SMITH FORBES
Trade street, Charlotte, N. C. V -;;
Terms-Cash, or satisfactory paper with Interest
from date ol sale. v '
W. a FORBES, Agent ,
.mEHP? wl?les 10 rent a good Piano for his
P. B 87?UIrWl' Prerred. Apply by.letter,
tutrthuMHai.- - .
GROCERIES CHXAP3 THAN XVXB.'
nxw eooxai m
NXW FEATURES i
Come to me for Riuvm. rim Bum. rv
lasses, and other Family Grooeriea ?.v
T.u nouvea, a iew Darreisof Berry Foster's (Da
vie county) ? s lv-Z
MBH;jMMmi mi n,,-, ; M , aKauasDAa..s
, BEST RYE WHISK STV
Also a fine lot of Connt hum. i ,Jn k
All goods delivered to the Wfree T ehargTt
W. H. CROQQN6ER,
apN or below Wilson ft BlaSftldrtMd.
JjV)R FINE WINES,
And rure Liquors, Three Years Old. go
r Central Hotel Saloon. '
ONE ear load Choice White Virginia Bolted Meal
which we will sell at a very lmr ngSsl
Pro . - JT. B. ALEXANDER ft CO.
TO CALL AKT
E X AMI N E
The splendid lme of
" s PICKLES,
Autumn Cluster, Staffed Mansoes. Tinv Tim
Also the finest Une of
C R A C K E R S
Ever seen in Charlotte, at
Remember, this is the only first class stock of
Anything you want In Groceries can be
300 Bbls. In assorted Sacks.
150 Bbls. In assorted Sacks.
150 Bbls. In assorted Sacks.
PIEDMONT PATENT FAMILY.
We firuamntAA ft ti h iha lineal iw wa i
aeaas oi iamuies, try it once and you will use no
- vuv auaww ui UTO vTUllUi
Aprfl 6. KiL MILLEB SONS.
Holton's Building, Trade Street, Up Stairs.
Owlnc to the sMneeocr nf th ftmaa T ,n
tare work very cheap. Will make fine suits for
$10, Cassimere suits for $8. Pante of suite same
iSSfreSJ? 5 nt- no charge.
-V"J!." " ISO CVUTIUCBU.
CHARLOTTE. N. C.
suit or Darts thereof, thev can rmii aiut u tli
wb leave to inionn an tnnm in ant nf n j
MUOTmu uin, as ne is tne Dest artist cutter and
tailor in this section. Should a $60 suit be too
ilKSr"SnJP? l nau vnce, but have It to be
uusuv, wiisu ana penecL
l2,5nl3lJ'U3FJ 8nould br all means call at
JffiE V? IW. ?J Crackers, pan-
r.r!? r VQ" iwuuu mere, in met bis
assortment is as toe as in any city where Sie
STREET CARS AND
are ramniar sounds. Don't fall to try his celebra
ted 15c. Cigars, magnificent Caramels and delicious
Tj- Cocoanut Cream, &c They are running
w u wuiiwwii, jua u we man wno is
Will at the coming election.
PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR.
KXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, J.
. .... RAUiax, March 10th, 187a )
ttJ5fD,nw,t J?! V8- TAILOR, late pf
ceals himself thai the ordinannmeM?
not be served upon hlms . . " .
I N. B. Taylor fo tirSherW lf,"RS
saw criminal to Justioe. r-.
' Done . at r Mtw f d.uu ii: . . .
ByJnori; THOS. J.JARTIS.
i & OvnvAW, Private Secretary.
Tavlor tn: ahnnt R5I nun nf .
8 Car Loads 1,320 Bushels -
CHOICE BOLTED MEAL
I Mill, Ml.
Just received. '
wboucbau sy KKTALL
... , - ,J -J,
GROCERS and DEALERS in an rxrp v Br
Keep constantly on hand
f??" CHICKENS. TUR-
.. ujfc, uusa TOTATOES, AP-
fTfr MT rtLU1TS Ac.
" Exclusive Dealers in
R 1 MOTklTD m. nntiunn..
waaiwiuu'a and A L.
FORD'S various brands of FLOUR.
amo, lTOnrjrro&s or rax
bU9e.,.b?n refltted " wwly fombhed
x to kept in first class stvie. '
Terms, Per Day .
S 2 00
Great todueements offered
era; for terms see the proprietor
to toble board-
W-Omnlbus and Carriages at every tmta.
MrJH. SLWri.soii Ladt.'.
A. B. LUCE, Proprietor.
Reduced rate-82 00 and $2.50, according to : f
Hon of Room.
M. L. HARNETT,
Feb. 16 tf.
Clerk, late of Planters' Hotel.
gTOP AT THE
Salisbury, N. C
as. Bbqwk, Proprietor,'
Late of the National Hotel, Raleigh.)1
C a Brown, Jr., Chief Clerk; W. O. Shelburn is
penecay rree from adulterations. Read certificarA
of analysis of Dr. Taylor, ShenUrt o?Va.
leu frnm hJ? R,2r WnUker. "elected by my
SSSiS? tock of Messrs. Lathrop ft Leigh, I
ePbJed to pronounce it to be a strictly pure ir
ShSJS.i? Pecta, suitable for use nSMaMj or
otherwise. WM. H. TAYLOrTm. D .
State Chemist of Va.
LATHROP ft LEIGH, Sole Proprietors,
1816 ft 1818 Cary street,
"OLD ASHTNGTON RTE WHISKEY."
all who appreciate good Whiskey. Try it
March 21-lmeod. " COCHRANE.
JOSEPH FISCHESSER, Phopbktor.
BEER, ALE, PORTER
WINES & LIQUORS,
And the best brands of Cigars.
SSifSLMf88 celebrated Reading Beer.
5JUed Beer on oand from Berpier A
soSJJ1- Sold by the dozen at area
sonaoie mice. All mw niitnm. 1 ..!, .h
at home with the best Beer to town.
ALSO A FINE
Tryon Street, opposite Charlotte Hotel.
A. W. ALEXANDER,
OFFICE OVER L. R. WRISTON 4 CCU
With 25 yean! experience I guarantee entin
athtfactkm ' " Janll
MDilNG AND. IMMIGRATION AGENCY,
For selling and baying Mines, Lands and Houses,
and win ""
Advertise free of cost, all properties placed In mi
. hands for sale.
THOS. F. DRAYTON,
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA ft AUGUSTA R. R.C0.
:: Columbia, & a, March 29, 1879.
THE Coupons on the 2d Mortgage Bonds ofthls
- Company, which become due on the nrrt 01
April, 1879T will be paid at the National Par
Bank. New York Citr. and at the Central NaOonaJ
Bank of thia dty.
-pit oi-eoa - . B.H. MORSE.
aP 6 .4 ,.-..'';-:',.',.-,''.., ia .
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