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Editor and Proprie.r
Trw from the dating craple tbit fetter out
:- free-born reason.". ;' "' '
U SATURDAY, MAY 10; 1879.
, ., DECORATION i '
T?rtntiiPAfi Viflti'thrt flvoteaT
and children of theiSouth have
thus celebrated, by pious memory tjhe
heroic deeds and unselfish sacrifices of
!UH who commanded the : admiration
of " a world."; Perhaps nowhere in
world, and in no ace, for such a long
period after the event, have a people so
generally, offered an annual tribute of
mm 1 : A. rniviafrtAf fllAnA
anecuon w a ioai uausc iuuii
wfllmarkin history the sincerity and
honor of the Southern people. Though'
fused to become Tenegades to their
- The last number of the Southern His
torical Society papers so well expresses
our own feelings on thesd- recurring
anniversaries, that we republish the
language of the distinguished editor,
J. William Jones:
CHiS. R. JC3ES,.
- t i; 'They stacked their arms, furled for
ever their tattered battle flags, and re
turned home, not to sit in idleness
, , around desolated hearthstones to mourn
over blighted hopes, but jto go work
t.with an energy worthy of their glorious
record That these men and those whom
they represented are loyal citizen that
..Itihey have observed to -the-letter -4be
terms of their pajole-VhaX they, have
deserved the confidence and honor "from
all sections of the country-4-is a historic
tact too patent to need discussion.
The South has honored the Confed
erate soldier to an .extent that has . ex
cited theUrepf Radiealliticrang. Our
governors, our judges) jur legislators,
our State and county Officers, our Sena
tors and Congressmen, the professors
in our colleges, cur leading business
men, our prominent professional ment
our preachers under fgrtyffiyel years of
age in a word, nearly all ; of the men
occupying positions of .honor, emolu
ment or trust which have, been filled
; by the true people of the 'South,' haver
true to the land they loved, and-ilaT(
not abandoned their principls-smee-the
war; This has resulted kotCsimplj
i adebt of kratitude I
" the fact thatwe owe
to tnese,TOer'wmcn we, cajinever pay,
" '.. . but a'ortto
,A thai when TpteltrJbeM nen we
must choose Confederate soldiers? 4.-'
or shouldthe people of the XortE
complain of this. If they choose to neg
lect their soldiers and fill .their places
of honor with, men' who were 'invinci
ble in war,' and are proving themselves,
but they must not expect us to follow
their example. We trtthe:.HiaywM
never come when our Southern .people
siiau lorget to uonor - me jfjonieTieraie-
tolieck their graves "with jnowers- and
.teach their children .to lcherish.,lhe
'i2 memory-' Of' those 'wtro dieel fOr us ok
when the voters of jthe South shall negj
lect to put the survivors into the high
places within their gift." ! y .:' '
' A SENATORIAL irIAF0JlF.
. . Qur friend and admirer, the1 Wash
. ington Republican, has suggested to
""Manager Ford that lienpuTa"Senaiorial
flianaforeibn theWiards of itlie ifational
-TheaWastortoa Cityj ?ndfollowS
lip:th6 $uggestipd by Hie preparation of
a cast made up from the Democratic
Senators. Some of the ideas are not'
Rnma rvf iha lrlooa on i-vt'
lacking in Iramor, and as it is not ab-
r v ,T""v "ooaij lum a winitm jub-c
QAlntAlV nfiIAoonvn 4Vt4- n .r.li4-Anl -fAT-A
it enjoyable, even some Democrats will
,nnd some amusement in-, glapcing at
Jihil Inewi cafiiori illerilajesty's
, r celebrate L. ;ship. Senator. ones, of
iFloridai !ii named ; :iih&V.Ralph
t: Itacksttaw and V. Seriaior. Thur
s i taaa"WKis nentionlfd ' for ! ' the ffiSr'
Josepli., Porter" Senator Vance, ipis
aiiejgedjwould be : -Thurman's most
prominent rival for tliis,charactert'
"Vobrhees should be' the rGaptain Cprr
coran," and Gordon the "Boatswain"
"a boatswain from Georgia, you know
' 'xoh6 that might have been a Louisian
; ian, a Mississippian, or a Virginian, but
J0n?-Jfh preferred tto be ft Jaw-Jaw-i-v
. J an." Hampton, 4t is thought, could
takMhe;partff tfillDkifleye," and
Lamai is dominated Toi- the captain's
'daughter;' distinguished f: -f or 'coquetry
-? Butler, it is said, should be the "Hebe"
and David Davis the "Dear little But-
.... wcu xui mat, ,iiuuuua4.iun vis me
. luusi, sinking oi an. some-or tne ap
' jeatfoniare farf etched, ind the cast
: woutu Dervasiiy improved Toy going in
-.A.., m . . J . ... ..
, w a wjeign, element, ant substituting
. ' twnger for Hampton as the IJDeadeye."
uonger is tnepniy man known -to his-
tnrv nr firtinn xirVin nn1l i
obiectIhe - h "
CorKT&i-The bill Introduced in ;the
fe :nori8i last Monday by Mr.iArmfield, qf
North Carolina providing that hereaf-
ter no nrosepution shaU be instituted or
agalfts$ rfny : pprspp,; fnr any offence
agaifetnheintefnar revenue laws of
tiriEeltJnited States unless upona bin of
-''Ifidlritment found by a grand jury, is an
, important measure f7yhdle not. mDita
.." - ting in the least against tne interests of
- the plaintiff, it closes the door against
malicious'; and' fri vdlous prosecutions
audcau3es actions to be inaugurated in
the regular, formal and proper manner
emnloved tih3tj .
employed w m bUtecporti (rj begin -
ning prosecutions. 'J.
'TW-WW'-WFortK Carolina is
r 0ne of,8 special committee of the
Aiouse, apiwinted by. Speaker Randall,
to' secure the attendance of Democrafc-
.ylc members of the House - of ;Represen-
tatives so far as practicable, and in case
of absence o members, to arrange pairs
on. political, financial, and all . other im-
pbrtant questions which may arise du
s Tins the present session of Congress. se
-k Saa'atciaeatr-'- ti
Of tMs citv. foil into a tub of hot. witter
1 u.rr ita i,.a,
. r 1 LOW t t CI c. . .. ! .
TBS EXODUS LBE.4 POT rirrBISTLY.
a Tlenubliean new8Daber.'4on the
138 electoral votes of i the solid, South
next year. If the fyloh? exodus could
be turned In the directiOxi of Florida to
the extent of a few thousand voters
this calculation ' would be sadly inter
f erred. with."- - - -
f of a. an At mm rliatrf ft todistrict.
wv-wv---.- t-v- i i - The consideration or. ine diu proniD
and make him?rote hereveirus vjptej itinjr military interference at elections
is needed- vv nen ine migrawjr i
had carried ah election in one State for
the BepubUcan party, inarch it into an
other and vote it mere, ana , bo ou v
infinitum: CaIl it ihe .ance of pow
er and move it aroond from one ptace
to another until it has subjugated every
.. . . xv tt .niin
the off-yearsncbor tte co o fin Ka-
sas or elsewhere and keep it there until
' election time comes again : then start
it on the rounds once more and keep it
This idea is
i a little more beastly than 1
thafi fctinf eikbUngi thV negroes
their comfortable homes in the South
tji far-off Kansas, for a Dolitical pur
nose, and yet it is only an elaboration j
of the Kansas idea'and in morals Is not
more disreputable ' The ' object of the
first is to change the census and thus
deprive the South of a part of its repre
sentation in (rigress doiiig'thi? at the
expense of lh.e negro and thus reestal
jishing Republican supremacy ; the sec
ond i3 only more cruel to the negro; it
is nojvhit worselooked , at .. fjfpmjthe
standpoint of morality and f air dealing.
The Fresicent and the Ladd Bill.
The impression seems to be gaining
ground that the President will sign the
Ladd bill when it is presented to him.
The best elements 'pf the cabinet iavor
this olicy, andthopgh the stalwarts will
bring all possible pressure to t bear
against such a course, it is believed that
the President's "amiable obstinacy" will
prevail against their pertinacity and
t ht, the hill will escape the, veto. If SO.
the Democrats will hive' 'accomplished
all that they particularly care for . in
providing for the freedom of elections
from undue influence, and the army
bill -will-bft-speedily. eiiacted-and the
supplieCplaced at the Presid.entsL.dis-
-J jfhere g--' mrjL in his country so 1
his chnntres HS
Coreoran, Esq., of Waslutori"-5t1
He has just sent, to Senator Hampton"
his feheck for giaDD.for the benefit pt. the
ftiestitute people of Walterborp, S.C, and
this In addition4oi B20O, -contributed
the same-jpbjection. the 28th of April, f I
CKcVniaopted thmew constitu
tion. a majority otfrom 6)00 to 10,-
00d" The agricultural Mis trictsre al-
lege4 to ave ; voted lalmosfc; solidly' f Or
if and the result excites a good deal of
eeUnia tlS jcitasjthe vote being re-1
gSsfidMl w -Dtow rottltberln terior - to
tlie cMWperciallnter State."
. . . ; , I Tte Army and Ek-ctionM.
' ' IS.eslalto Baltimore Sun.J ' . !
Washington, May 7. Since the be
Mnning of this week the President has
had his time almost entirely occupied
in receiving the visits of members of
Congress. - Radical and conservative
TiJ , A 1 1 1
ojeuiocfs, aim rauicai . ana conserva
tive Republicans have in turn bent their
steps toward the White House for the
"plifpSse of dfSfeTaSsmg the pontlcaTsifua
tion with the Presidents efrhe President
the Jf acuity Iwith Jflucll he apparently
agrees with the sentiments of the latest
I O 2. J 4 I - 1 . "
c nenubors uu iiieiuuers wnonave recent-
ly had interviews with hjm, the general
inference may very fairly be drawn that
he is not disposed- tor assume the ugly
and contraiy" attitude" which - the stal
warts Of his party ould like to lay
down for him.-. There appears to be a
very general opinion -growing up that
the President will put liis signature to
the bill to prevent military interference
with elections. 5 : - '
ISpecJal of the 7th to the itichruoW n'ipatch.
"The leading Repub!icans tobnfeht sav
Mr. Haye wfll 8ignth'd,bjil, and
it is now rerorted that he was.,' very re
luctant to veto the army bill; Evarts
and SchUrz were against a veto, but
Sherman, Devens, and McCreary bull
dozed him into following;the advice of.
Mr. Evarts tc-night thinks the Presi
dent will sign the Ladd bill if nothing
is developed in the Senate to change
his mind.sMemberp of the Cabinet want
a discussion oh the bill in the Senate,
and were disappointed that the Repub
licans did not debate it in the House.
xney crmcise;;pomtediy , the preamble
to Kobeson s substitute whir?h
written by Edmtmds.. j vi8
I IA4. ..tll ..! "iL.vsiii. . r T.n
bubuit wm sign iue um to prevent min-
tctp" jwHawni). j
Secretary Sherman' Aspirations.
A Chicago Times correspondent, who
interviewed Secretary Shernrati atMada
field, Ohio, reports him as saying , that
he had no thought Of beinor a oanrTirlal a
for Governor of Ohio, and that either
Foster'oi' Taft could carry the State, but
admitted that if nominated by acclama-
tion hS ould consent to rtin!
said that while he should sunnort ft rant.
if nominated, he had presidential aspi
rations, and if he could be assured of
the solid, vote of Ohio , in the national
convention he would hot hesitate to an
nounce himself as a presidential candi
Ylsltlng the Canada Pacific with a Hlli-
f?. i' ?.'m tary.;Fjairtf.'rts..i)!i&i
WiNNiPEff'MAlmTOBA, May 9. -A
detachment of local militia, under com-
J Ruu jji VOL, usporne- omiin, leix nere
1 yesterday -and arrived at Cross Lake at.
ffr-ocrock . m. Thev look - fouraava,:
H'fWV tl- tn - TIimii limir-fmrf riavn'
rations anfee, hundred rounds of am-
td eaclitnan. Mr. Whitehead
i 8enV large sum of -money itpfpay off
that no serious trouble need be feared
unless caused through misapprehension
by the men of the object of tho mili
The . Knickerbocker- company's ! ice
, . w . -r i , - . ' - - ' 1
hopse, three miles beloWxAthens.fiN'ew
York, has been-burned, Axjss, ?25,ooa
Triiarv m m oi 'o i ' Z t"
It is stated that the Harvard students
have decided to send an eight to repre
sent them, at the, American,, Henly, to
tck e plu.ee at Saratoga,' " J uly ' 9th", ldth
and Llth. w .f......r-l:.i n.t i .-:v- j
-h 1 tf tit nr. f.riA B9hui timo I'hnrxf I
n counsel is somewhat maneW IT&JrZ ff
TOE BllL I5EXATK. .
JtTeanness from ChandUr Ante-Bel
ihim. Mail Contracts The Silver
-.' 7 v. r - - . . .
2?t'W ; in theHouse.
Washington, May 9. Senate. The
Senate- passed with, amendment the
TTnnanhiU nrnvidinsr ' for the Davment
of the money heretofore appropriated
to James B. Jsads and his 'associates f of
cstractrng theietties and other works
At the South Pass of the Mississippi.
The consideration of the bill pronirH
was tnen resumeu.
Edmunds spoke on the bill. Before
taking the vote considerable excitement
araa msmif Astpd! Rlamff and '-Chandler 1
I was manifested-? Blainerand Chandler
hrth snoke.-i The latter madetf a Ditter
reecn. savinein uie course ?ox nis re
marks that he and his party, believed
twelve Senators on the Democratic side
held their seats fraudulently, ana yet it
was proposed to oust Kellogg who was
instlv entitled to a senatorship. :The
bill was afterwards passed by a vote of
1 S3 to 23.M? ; h, .
Senator Williams, of .JsLentucKv. to
day introduced a joint resolution to
make the appropriation of March 31st,
1877, of $375,000 for the payment of
knte-bellum soutnern mau concraccqi-s
nracticallv available, it being tied up by
a treasury ruling to await the presenta
tionof ail such claims ana cue aeter-
mination of the percentage that should
bepaid tohelaimant. W Pfopos
to direct the secretary of; the treasury
to nroceed to oav to contractors or their
legal representatives such sums as the
postoffice depaitmentV, certificates may
prove to be due them respectively.-pro-
Vldea tnac no payment suiui ue ujub w
proof that he has not already been paid
by the Confederate States.; ...
House. Immediately after the read-
ea to the can or committees ior reports
of a private nature. 8
The House was principally engaged
in discussing the silver bill.
And the Same with Intent to Deceive.
Kew Yoek, May 0. Ed. Hoyt, com
missioner of Indian affairs, and ex-
? resident of r the International Trust
lomnanv. of Jersey" City, with D.
Karrand. C. M. Field and other of
ficers of the company, has been indict
ed by the grand jury of Hudson county,
New Jersey, for publishing a statement
of the company wnicn tne diu alleges
they well knew to be false and which
was published with the intent to in
duce persons to ' entrust their money
with their corporation. The Trust
Company failed last year, Owing de
positors over 177?oee;- Hoyt," yester
day, pleaded not cuilty and declares
that tne prosecution is mcitea Dy po
litical movers. The Times says, how
ever; that the grand jury which mdict-
waatfrawn by a itepuDiican
sherin aiidthatother members of the
board el trustees . Were not indicted be-
thBy vrerenot active in directing
iteoperatwns And probably knew noth
ing of the way--4n ,wmch its business
The Atlanta Assemblies.
v ATLANTA,May8. The Southern Bap-
tisr .convention met to-day, 300 dele
gates being present. The Rev. J. P.
Boyce;of ' Kentucky, was re-elected
joresidejit. Great harmony prevails.
' her National Board of Health ad-
joUrned to meet in Nashville in Octo-
rThe.. American Medical Association
;ptehftlKrst!9nl. The fol-
Mwing wncers- were eiectea ior next
year: iresident, Lewis Say re, New
lork; vice-presidents, RB.. Cole, Cali
fornia; E. M. Hunt, New Orleans: O,
Marcy, Massachusetts; F. P. Porcher,
South Carolina. Permanent secretary,
T17 t il: , TTMJ 1 1 ,
nr. x. iviKinson,' jmiiaaexpoia; assis
tant, Walter Gillette, New York. New
York Was chosen as the next place of
meeting; time not settled. All sections
finished their business this afternoon.
lne association will adjourn to-morrow
and makean excursion J;o Au
In Danger1 of Tar, 1'ealhers and a Ball.
GoirASMrrT iNABRCfWB. MAssi MaV 9.
HHp him nn a mil
MlBBlate Sluggish Kidneys.
In addition to its tonic and cathartic properties,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters exercises a beneficial
influence upon the kidneys and bladder, when they
are inactive, by stimulating them to renewed ex
ertion, thus re-opening, as It were, a sluice for the
escape of Impurities whose, regular channel of exit
is the organs of mination. Among these are cer
tain abnormal and Inflammatory elements, pro
ductive of irreparable Injury to the system If not
entirely expelled, The kidneys and bladder them
selves ate auo benefitted by this stimulus, as their
inactivity is usually a preliminary to their disease
ana disorganization. They also experience, in
common with other portions of the system, the
potent lnyleoratiye effects of the Bitters, which
furthermore cbrreJdiaoTCerfd'wndltlons of the
L " i ? i 1 i f '
stomach, bowels and liver. -
"The riarry la Stocks"
Always means an opportunity for some shrewd and
lively operator to make a handsome profit. Messrs.
Lawrence Co., Bankers, N. Y., have established
tne new combination system for operating in
stocks, so that capital in any amount fnm So to
860.000 can be used Drofitablv at anv time thnt
may suit the customer. By pooling the' orders of
vuoushuus oi paoons. mu one immense sura, and
operating them as a mighty whole, under the most
experienced skill, vast profits, are made, which
coma oe guinea in no omer way. xnese are divtd-
ea prorata among shareholders mom hly. An
Investment of S10 returns $50, or 6 per cent on'
4 w . " . ... un
ui n uuuuitu unwvu um uiTcaiment in. Oc
tober by the combination method. Messrs, Law-'
rence 4 Co's new circular (mailed free) has "two
unerring roles for success,'- and full Information
so that any one can operate with profit Stocks
and bonds wanted. Government bonds supplied.
Auyi; hi imwrenw a mq., itanKers, o i exchange
Xihtvkn ItaiaTr Wlhe tbllilaVcd.
Where consumntion not alwava the tntni tnhan.
cular consumption of the lungs, but general de-
cime oi Tiiai energy, and wasting away without re-
newei wo ubbucb vi me Dooy. wnen tms surely
shows itself the doctor stops his usual nrescrin-
tlons and orders Cod Liver OU. Three times a day
poucuii ui vu Bwouuw we nauseous aose, ana
as often feels, that the repulsion it causes weakens
l the power of nutrition and digestion, far more that
K supplies nourishment to fhet dehintatmi nvstpm.
Itlsbnly-by mingling the on ai in Scott's Emul
sion With the HrnonhnanhftAa nf T.lma inH aAa
that the disgusting taste and smell of It can be en-
; ureij lemovea. xms mixture is pure and smooth
i and Dleasant as ftwnot miiir anri m.t nni. notnno
digestive vigor, to the fluids of the stomach, but It
! enriches the blood, and subdues all of Its scrofu-
- Do Yon Want t Enjoy Llfcf
Death, or what In wnrw. fa t,
pi continued suspension of the menstrual flow. It
is a condition which should not hn triflort tth
condition which shouJd not be trifled
JS?11? "p Is toe to safeguard agilnst
SSlV lJ!JP aU W suppression.
"V-' in au cases of suppression, bus
remedv. It acta hv
vlng tone to the nervaiin iwik
i?X ie blood' and determining direct-
nr9') 1 m
Ease ituinabic y the Baeumatlc. , ; ,.i ,
UUIUnVtLllHI -il-nai m.m. 4- .
pathoioKista the most eminent fC
tiTlSom bome oui byurini:
Hdstectewl bremmttnn i.,,1? aepurentis
remed v S t5SH2n Ji6 celebrated asa
Hon i ihZ i,f T i UKU causer contamlna-
eTtant inn r. Tki.i2 io iiiiesi ionic
exmni, and is highly recommeiuinrt tut
rh,Z" "P?. eminently pure andverv
w vnna ajio cnnnnmi It t .. 1
mreaien to tar and teatner mm and
Kltloaal barglca. lBStfiute. 'Z'
Two of the surgeons of this notable Institute will
visit Charlotte, N. a, May 15th and 16th, 1879,
stopping, at the CharloUe 2IoteLThoy will have
with them a fine outfit of braces and surgical ap
pllaneea, and will be prepared to treat all knda of
Deformities and. Chronic Diseases, such as cmo
Feet, Hip Dlsease,'Para&sls, - Special Diseases.
Piles and' Fistula, Catarrh,' Private Diseases,
Diseases of the Eye, &c : For full particulars, ad
NATIONAL SURGICAL XHSTixuxji.
- aprl3 d4t w4w - Atlanta, ua .
Our country is Keltlng to be fearfully alarming,
the' average of life being lessened every year,' with
out any reasonable cause, death resulting general
ly from the most insignificant origin. At this sea
son of the year especially, a cold is such a common
thing that in the hurry of every day life we are apt
to overlook the dangers attending it and often find
too late, that a Fever or Lung trouble has already
ui In Thnnoonilo tnu t.hp.lv IIVAR til this WftT ftV-
set in, :, .Thousands lose their lives in this way ev
ery, fvtoter, . while had Boschek's XtEBMak Syrup
been taken, a, cure would have resulted, and a large
bill from a doctor been avoided. , For alt diseases
of the Throat and Lungs.. Boschek's German
Syrup has proven itself to be the greatest discov
ery of Its kind In medicine. Every Druggist In this
country will tell you of Its wonderful effect Over
050,000 bottles sold last year without a single
failure known. :. i,. ? A, . .
To all who nra Riifffirlne from the errors and In-
dinnmtinna of vnnth n Arvous weakness, early de
cay, loss of manhood, Ac., I will send a recipe that
Will Cure yOU,'Jjili Ul ( UtuutUJi. J.m Break
remedy was discovered by a missionary in
South America. . Send a self-addressed envelope
to the REV. JOSEPH. T. IN MAN, btatlon D, New
York City. - : : , "
. .oti 1)5
""Truth lies in a nut-shell," and "brevity is the
soul of wit." To be brief, when the shell Is broken
the truth will be discovered that the Grand Central
Hotel, on Broadway,-New York, now kept on both
nlmis. the American 2.50 or S3, and the European
SI, and upwards, per day, gives more satisfaction
for the same money, than any other first-class
house in (jotnam. An elegant Kestauram, ai mod
erate prices, is conducted by tne urana central.
mayi iw ... . .
TELEGRAPHIC MARKET REPORIS,
MAT 9, 1870.
Baltoiokb Oats firm; Southern 35a37, Wes
tern white 33a35, do mixed 33a34, Pennsyl
vania 83a35. Hay market steady; prime Tenn
sylvania and Maryland 12a 14. Provisions steady;
mess pone oia 10 nuaiu. o, new --; ouik meaia
loose shoulders 3, clear rib sides 4, per car
load, packed new 44a5; bacon shoulders, old
4Vfca. clear rib sides, new 6, hams, sugar-cured,
91al0. Lard refined tierces 7. Butter queit;
choice Western packed 14al5, rolls 1 lal3. Cof
feeuulet; Bio cargoes 10altt. I Whiskey dull at
1.07 avg. sugar nrm; a sou sa.
CrNCisNATl Flour higher: family 4.60a5.50.
Wheat steady and Jn good demand; red and white
1.03al.07. Corn aulet at 87. Oats in good
demand at 29a31. Pork firmer at 0.75al0.00.
Lard strong; current make ai Did. uuik meats
quiet; shoulders held 3.50, short ribs 4.37,
short clear 4.50a55; bacon scarce and firm; shoul
ders 4ai,8, clear ribs &inik, clear sides oiag.
wmskey steaoy ana in iair aemana at i.ui . cut
ter dull and unchanged; fancy creamery 18aa20,
choice Western reserve 13al5, choice Central
Ohio 12. Sugar firm and unchanged; hards
MA. A white HWdSHi, New Orleans 6a7. Hogs in
: fnir demand and firm; common 2.50a3.20, light
3.20a5& packing 3.30a55, butchers 3.55a65; re
ceipts ; shipments.
Nkw Tobx Flour-Hio decided change: No. 2.
2.35a3.10, superfine Western and State 3.4oa3.55,
common to good extra Western and State 3.75a
8.80, good to choice do 3.U5a4.50; Southern flour
steady; common to fair extra 6.00a5.ti0; good
to choice do ft.Doao.7r. w neat ungraded win
ter red 1.05al. 15, -No. 2 ditto 1.18. Corn
ungraded 44aoi. No. 3. 45. Oats, No 3, 33Vi
Coffee dull ana unchanged; Rio quoted in car
es 10i&al4tt, in lob lots lOlfealofe Sugar firm;
ba 6 8 16a7-l 6. fair to g'd reti'e 6tea7-l 6. prime
6tto9-16: refined standard A. 7. eranulated 8Mt,
powdered 844, crusnea Molasses New ur
leans 28a42. Bice in fair demand and steady:
Carolina quoted at tfao-vi, Louisiana tM8aot.
Pork new mess on spot lO.OOal 21,. Lard prime
steam spot 0.30. Whiskey steady, 1.05. Freights
Norfolk Quiet: middling 11!ic: net receipts
d3v; gross : stock U.431; exports coastwise
: sales : exoorts to Great Britain .
Weekly net receipts 2.571: cross : sales 713;
exports coastwise - 4,tH)d; to ureal Britain
, to France ; Continent .
Balumori Firmer: midd'ir 123i: low middling
lzifi.; gooaoromary iiV8.; net receipts o; gross
20o; sales 320; stock 4,007: exports coastwise
-: spinners . : exports to ureat Britain :
Weekly net rec'ts 220: gross 1.080: sales 8.150:
spinners 2225;-exports to Great Britain 41 9; coast
wise l 4o: to continent o; to i ranee .
Boston Ouet; middling 121c: low middling
lis; gooa orcunary 11 i; net receipts 612; gross
i,z(ks; saies : swck o.udu; exports to ureal
Weekly net receipts 2,373; gross 6.393; sales
; exports to ureat Britain z,4Uo.
wnjtnieToii Strong; middling lliAc: low mid
dling like.; good ordinary 10; net receipts 25;
mmima ' an loo dl. etuifr I . anlnnAM nr
ports coastwise : to Great Britain ; to Con
sent s to channel .
weekly net receipts 172: gross ; sales 230;
exports coastwise 50; to Great Britain ; to
Continent ' : to France ; spinners : to
channel ; shipments .
Phtladilphia Steady i middling 12c: low
middling 12t4crgood ordinary 1 lc; net receipts
1W4; saies s spinners ; stock
: exports to Great Britain .
..Weekly net receipts 155; gross 803; sales
2,751; spinners 2,159; coastwise ; Contint' ;
to Great Britain 61 ; stock 9,647.
Augusta Firm : middling ' llSkc: low mid
dllng 115&C good ordinary lltea: receipts 30;
shipments ; sales 144; stock .
weekly net receipts 214: shipments i lax:
sales 921; spinners ; stock 4,663. .
Chablxstoh Firm; middling 12c: low mid
dllng 11.; good ordinary lllAc; net receipts
88: gross : sales 100; stock 6,923: exports
coastwise ; , ureat : iuitoin - jrrance -
Continent : to channel . , .
Weekly net receipts 578: cross ; sales 2,-
200: exports coastwise 1,059; to Continent 2,475;.
to ureat Britain --; to. , jrrance . : to chan
nel , f - '
. Nxw Tobi steady: sales 237: middline uplands
12 7-16.. mid. Orleans 12 9-16.; consoUdated net
recelDta : exports tor Great Britain
' Weekly net reeelpts 8,207? ross -9,062; exports
to ureat Britain z,69u; Jfranoe '6; rsaies lATd;
StOCK; 122,tJ0,;Ti .-. ; -
l-r lrv. iCOMPABATITI5 COTTON STATECKNT. ;
Nnt i rnmtnfai At all United Stales norta ....
aurlne the week , 20.050
same week last year. . . va . .V;i .... ..' 1 22,739
Total receipts to this. date. -a .:!..;..;:.. 423,098
?T ;n i T'lOsamBaate jasiyear,,. 4,4uw.U44
Exports for the week..... r40,531
Same week htet year.v. .-'.'.V.V..,:V. 54,745
Total exnoita to thnt. date. . .i U Si 8.20347:
to same aaxe jast year...; x,ziv,aoo,
Stock at all tTnlted States ports .
I tit:-, vJliKf'tt ,. i 44.r-..-jf .'
" Stock iat au Interior towns &i.s... . i .
1 last year.'.'. . .a:,. .,
; :t. r "!j i,fiaine ume last year,
Stock of American afloat for G. Britain.
Same time last year r. . .
literpool jsooir r uotion ; nrm. -
Uplands, 6d., middling Ofleans, 6 15-16d. sales
lU.UUU, specuiauon ana expon ,uuu, auuiuvuai
sales yesterday- after - regular closing, -t;t.ra-
celnta American 2.1 00. Futures partially
lfa better. Uplandslow middling clause: May-delivery
6 29 82; May and June 6 29-32a, June and
July 6a29-32al5rl6a2982, July and. August-, fj
81-82al5-16.iAugust and September . 6 81-32a
7, September and October 7 1-32, October, and
November 6i. Newron shipped November and
, December per sail. 6 7 16.
Sales for-' the week, a v.
. 282 000
Actual exports. :.
Imports....:., v.. i
Afloat... -i-. : 3..-i :
American.. .. . ,t .
Nkw' TOKk-i-Futures;- closed firm,
000 bales, ; -.t. ,
July . :
August. .... j
September . i: . i i-- . . h i f,
October. fr , , ...y.,... .
Jlovember,.i.". V.. : -1 . . .
I)ecmber.. . . . -. .. . .c . w.' t i i V . .'.
r C12 .52a.53
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January, . . j .v. ; Jt
FINANCIAL.- " ' '
Nkw ITojik Money 2a3.; r. Exchange' 4.8C?ia7.
governments , fitou New 6's 1.03.. : State bonds
OFFICK OI TOR OBSimVElt. ! J 1- '
V Z -:-L " i CBABLOTTB. May 101879. i
The market yesterday closed firm as lofior,s: -
Sirlet low middling.,. ...
. Low niiddling.;.? . j.;..,'.. , ..;.;Jtv
linges .......,;,. - T j-
... .... llqa
f -'iQ. '
5 ..CrT.. ..S Jj
i s 5 I " r i 1 ,
Hptop(-jiir vinlPnt Fureratives. ' They ruin the
tone of the bowels and weaken the digestion
TARE ANT'S ETFEBVESCENT SELTZEB -"
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Is used by rational people as a means of relieving
ail derangementa of the stomach, liver and intes
tines, because it removes obstructions without pain,
and imparts vigor to the organs which it purines
and regulates. "' -!-.
Sold by all Druggists. S
, , rANTI-DYSPEIriC PILLS.
These Pills'wlir prevent5 and cure Dyspepsia
xney are an unnvanea dinner riu, suia Hpeneut,
and admlrablv adanted as a family medicine. They
are used by the most ' cultivated people In our
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their practice. Sold by Druggists generally. Send
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' - CELEBRATED, -
DR. WM. H. STOKES,
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Writes r "I have great pleasure in adding my testi
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Q.ROCERIES CHEAPER THAN ETER.
NEW GOODS 1
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Just received, a few barrels of Berry Foster's (Da-
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BEST RYE WHISJKEy.
Also a fine lot of Country Hams. I selLf Or-cash.
All goods delivered In the city free of charge.
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