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i. a Pmnriftor for which we wouia gladly find a reme
r ft Editor and Proprietor , a sXT-.;-aVK .r,v
CHAS. E, JOMfiS,
nirteffl yfif,ra htrv
L . 1 J L-k.
constant evidences that
of that struecle arl? as freda - ksl they
were in April, '65. Iii the ofE-yearsfWrhen1
there are no elections, and when the at
tention f Congressiis fnofc- so entirely
gitfen rippts It 3 afejriresent te' Sfafotly
s ippose that the fiis had died put. But
term with which Southern gentlemen
arft'weleomed.backito the;halla ;ol Con-
orrw. and when the "briffadiers'' resent
with ariv indicmatidn an intolerable in
sult put upon themselves or. theijSeJf
tion, they are said tjo have "put on their
tnW toithe-ttiohftt'hich hadprotect
ed" and in some csises educated them.
irtheretort that fit 78urquehtly
X)isung 01 ineir -qisiuyauy . auu piut-
ting fresh treason" against the govern-menfe-lM.mtilerl
is commttied rn 1
Texas, there' are pif nty ot JfTortlfera"
publican iournaia rtp'kriw qu&nteA
and chaiacteilze TJta aVlhe ! "pflraiiild.
of scoundrels," going on to mention in
cidentally that there is no law in the
VUVU etui. syaaMv aav iv aw iuav 1
r IT" r"j T"XLTi21
lers with accouhtaj : of murders moi e
numerous and more brutal committed
in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Massachu
setts. . Y I
Everything serves to remimi xne rant
ing politicians and the partisan newspa
pers that in the past ' there Bias Taeeh a
war between the North .and the South,
and eyjepl)L.by a 5outhexnm
and every occurrence on Southern soil.
brings about a reminder to the ortji.
that Southern people are Ixmtorsaa'
barbarian?, and a reminder to the So:
em people tha
ri vtt J
win iinrino7 unrnniPN i iihl iniLci uui
. . . ,1... . i , . .in in in 1 UCIUXm i
WmmzhXvihrtY io. ism M it is
t A.-.iV, K
he WgWBH8813 oToBseetion
Fr now ni
tuch of this sectional spirit
the Souths aBcountabJwdanotii
dertake to say. We3oundertaRe to say,
however, that drecWyis.accountabie
tor none of it. It is Uargeable with an
indirect responsibility $n ite premises,
in these: that Ayhen we. are stricken we
strike back. ThanklGKd we haven't fallen
so low as nottodo tliatUJut itisoiir best
intprpst. if il. wn Ttnt rtiir irlaal-ra. itu& tt.
is) to suppress whatever ofjmbicVahd
memories, it was a most Tmrortunate
struggle and it. can be jio pleaai
to recall it every dav and . d we
the wreck of life and fortuned
brought about liut jwe are novaiiowed
to forget it; we are reniinded of it every
day and the IlemOcratic party ' iii Con
gress cannot take 'a position xjrpon any
given question of a political character
but some one, like; the drunken black-
guard, Zachaiiah 'Cnandlef, must shout
in itl'fatKUife trafiinwn'syou
did in 1861 to rule or rujn rtrjis govpm-
ment,mfcyi carBdl)iir i
Now, where is all this to end ? We
talk in this country of the iiegro prob
lem as one moajtdliiultI of solutjop,
What to be done about thjg flegio
queltKiii ?' WeTlnqiiirewheri we had far'
better be inquiring. What is to be done
about tins sectional question? If left
to itseK.the inegri problem ivfll? adjust
itself; there is no prospect now tbat this
irrepressible conflict; between the seCr
tl6n wllf ever b"e4aj'usted.' If fourteen
jcoxa ui gwu ucii.wiui, wnii tiuiie con
formity to all the! exactions that have
ever been, laid.upon it, , give tlie Soutli
no guarantee that an entire restoration
of the Union is "posibjp, then wjiat is
tbere left for it to; do to entitle it to be
OQnsidered as having the same rights
under the constitution and the laws as
belong to the Northern States?
We confess that we : cannot see
t'ae end or the result of the sectional
war, becansej cnrptr undfergtand
what more is demanded of the South
than ! it has already done; !Tt tried once
to get out of the IJnion and was whip
ped back; so it is clear that that is not
the remedy even jf the scheme - were
practicable and proper; and yet it is
equallyxtttain thai it is not wanted in
the UhictoeYse'why sbould'it be sought
to make iti pprtion here so disagreea- .v
biefOpposiiig parties are necwsary to- Gen-Beatty. a stalwartBepublfckil
1,, ,oi- T Ohio politician, predicts that Secretary
the maintenance ol pure government, Sherman wUl be nominated for Govef
but what fate awaits a nation the two nor by acclamation by the Kepublican
year waging addlt Iwrf are against
each other? No crtiestion of nrinciDle
now divides the sections as a whole; it
is nbt tit their different interpretations
of the constitution that the casus belli
Is found. 1 is simplyate that divides
. which seems fto-be invincihlft-whlMi
yields to nbthwgj wliicli gives lio rea
son ; which --will hear none- blind,
irrational hate, growing out of events
of the "past, a repetition of (,wbicb. is not
feared because never threatetied nor
thought of.. -
Statesmen may irell ponder over the
situation, and find k remedy if they can.
A country divided against: itself not
picture which canhot be contemplated
far;li'Sputl icerned it can do
no more than It ilias done to restore
"the era of good feeling" of which we
have all beard so much and experienced
so little. Because we are not! wanted
around the family; fireside is no reason
why we should stand back and be mod
est It is as much our fireside as any
body's u we wanted to leave ; one time
and they .would hot. Jet lis. Nowwe
want to stay and we had just as well
have-it understood-that-we intend to
stay and to make ourselves at - home.'
This is our government ;and .we must
claim its protection 'and enjoy its bene-
fits. That , we cannot enjoy them in
peace is a fact which we deplore and
lints in this diref tion ar i ir nr i 'Jorth- '
Tbrethren have tili f;d tk a.is
bad that it is so but so it is. Let
us, therefore, lay aside our false modesty,
assert ourindependence and enjoy such
a peace aa we can:y rlf they insist upon
makftfe tr& sblftflfefr us be -solid" in-
everJWunes. Butlevui ceiseXo ddll
the cringingjadbeggjggjC br it:
twnt bn:. THEHaT FOR flBJllT.'! u wus-jej
rue sa ew x orjfc wwsLre;iJUJrHj
census which it took I of I Republican
sentiment on the presidential question."
common sense wnicn is quite as un-
errine an aid to political insight as the
Lmpst highly trained inteUij
ular cry for Grant is largelyVpromptedl
lar impatience with the persistent dis-
cussioniftverith very first principles of.
xrar system ofvgovenmient. It wassap I
than a century ago that among, the in-
v of American freemen
w-lifc? liberty- and-thc purauifc ef
happmep XJ, MW?!
resemauvcs ui une vwuuu uiuic iwuh-
try to curtail these rights to suit their
convenience has dwarfed all - other
questions of contemporary 'statesmen-
- . .
air. nBt n man win
t fbr administration, of ariy abknowl-
edged fitness to deal with great eco
nomical problems, but one whose sim
ple and resolute fidelity to the essential
pViijclpDes of Mr govenkneitfha been
proved beyond all question." So here
it is agairji The persistent' discussion
over the, very .first principles of our
.-:'( J . , . . ... . .
system or government is aamittea to
Tie deplorable in the extreme.
tliatIIjins the unwjg
itatlonotr?M toTbekllaved arrd-
ortteiBul inl the nexfbfe'atk this
jrapututcau-vnnui ururis ut uwcaarra
m te country are uouig meir utmost
suovx ine very nreiprincipie or
jlikeiwnng kerosene on a fir to put
it tTMaETtoB;.beedthao in
thd trongxmaa,wliorrr "plJpular, J
that is Bemtl&stirpm for
Of course, if he is el
Xor?ie succeeding jprisia in 1884, and
. too. much, however if inspired by. any;
genuine solicitude for our system of
government.: it proves mat tne system.
r ia already past saving. A republic to
which one "strong" man, of irrepressi-
- ble proneness to bad -counsel and scan?
Iouslassdciati6ng7fia8 becoine an
solute necejty canned ,19 Ifepublic
witli any real life in it
. . im yt j i
Punic Faith. It is stated upon com
petent autbbrity tha there is1 no sbrt of
doubt about. the President having said
several Unies to different persons that
he intended to sign the biU to prevept
military interference- with elections, be
cause he. could see nothing; Objection
able in it.'! No wonder: then; that when
his veto message was read in the House
parts of it were received by' be Demo
crats with derisive laughter.
Secretary of .War McCrary, it is said,
favors Senator Blaine for. the presi
dency, t . . '," ' ,u ', ..
Gepf Butler said to be prepared to
head the Grant movement in Massa
chusetts. . , ,. ,
The Ohio Republican convention to
nominate a State ticket meets on the
28tll toSt t & ,j ,SJ. A ,; ;J
Illinois proposes to amend her consti
tution so that the Legislature shall meet
only once in six years.:
According to the St Louis Globe
Demoerat it is the Ohio senatorship that
Mr. Sherman ha& his eye1 upon:
There Is a proposition before tbe'Lou
isiana constitutional convention to pre-
'vent anyminister of:the- Gospel from
mn.9jmmm ffte Legis-
The three prominent candidates for
the Democratic nomination for Gover
nor are Gov. Colquitt, who is backed by
all of Senator Gordon's personal and
political influence; CoL Thomas Harde
man, who was defeated for the nomina
tion in 1876;andGen.JLT JlGartrell, who
was a member of Congress before the
The Kentucky Ssces Yesterday.
I LEXiNGTONMay 14. Weather contin
ues fine and the track in exceiientorder.
The first race to-day was for a purse of
$200, one mile dash ; Peru won ; Glen-;
dalia second, Checkmate third ; time,
144, The contest , .between Peru and
Glendalia was close at the finish and
was won by a length.
feecona race -a selling or one mile
OVBrilliarrtinei2X lkirit (S),Croplet,
Grapple, Stillton, CaliRuhChief ; time,
a.i i. v;aiiguiowas a' great favorite in
the pools, t , fV- f f y;,-' f r y 1 1
', BRIEF FOREldX ITEMS.
The Journal De4 Debci'tsf''6t Pari?,
says: ,0n the attitude: of England 'on
the Greek: question i may depend the
continuance of that mutual confidence
a ich nas hitherto niarked the relations
Of France and England.?. . , . f "
Oat f Work. "
- jTnere be those who say that there need be none
mwmployed-that there la work for auTu theywlU
but do It What we aey, is, let every one who has
a cough or cold take Hall's Balsam at onoeT'ltta
th ""'y reliable remedy, that never falls to cure
umtous. , Wem..o:? goYrnmenMd. accuse hisH entire powr oyer tiiese.
rr 'nAn I mmV)htrTitS or meanfnff tfiW snhvprairtn' saniy ien ail over xnewo
Alt UUUMI MT K. J. -1 TT-WCT I w iii.i(p I . f 1- -., .
iiutirZ I k zim -vcur'xn.u MKamAJU.tinnKa)Xff states, to tne
rVniCn 11 I iivnro iiiiviyicii, lire niouijr piuvcn I
-PA T IN
7T 1 PR. 0L1JD-
Pro: si Ivrttiriki j IndiU Ter
fer 6f Case8 and the Silver BilL'
' WASiiiNGTONIay 14. Senate.
Vest caveTobtice-ol : nis4tttentioniorinp
troduce a bill proiYWnjto organize th
Indian Territory ihteStaleiand kA'
His resolution 'making inquiry"as to
er Tiny part of Indian Territory
eri purchased by the United
States with a view to locating Indians
or freedmen thereon, was areea to
f thAo lfifidslativL . executive ,: and. Judir
elections. -; . - - - 5 - - ,
The ) Senate afterwards adopted an
allnwintr ftTnenditurea for mirchase of
$ti,connection with improvements
htffteentucky; and1 Great Kanawha
he transfer of cases irom We
A f ter thtf'ldrriihlif ' th !sil vr !
bill was taken up ndf isetrssed1 ntil '
ad JoummeiifciiiUne: Totesj wui(prooaoiy
the fkeedm aj s bank mqvnnrooiz
10 BJU1rr ,TS In.;
Chairman Bruce has called a meeting
of the select Senate committee on the
'sbaiiH.iSf llext Tuesday.
when the commissioners in cnarge 01
the affairs of that insolvent institution
will lay before the committee a detailed
account 01 their management ana per-
which the general in-
vestigation was originally ordered.
GIVING PENSIONERS A CHANCE.
1 XSefSotise committee on Eevolution
arypeTtrsi6ns to-day agreed to report fa
vorably Dibrell's bill to prevent the
withdrawing kf pensions from the pen
sioners under the act of March Qth,
1878. The object of the1 bfll is td'pre-
a i j 1 1 .11!
V?nT TRO WlTnn"ml"g 111 ii"'inn imni
those who have been Testored' tothe
i roll and then dropped on the
t2f tie uase In
-Richmond; -Ala 44. Ia the United
Sfatp f!irr;iiifefyiiv4i irtflav. a writ, of
habeas corpus Tin the miscegenation
cOtfeKuiuiiu jviimey auu
the wlrfter wnnaolary Hull, now con
ed in theajemten tiary for violation
the sttTiteprohibiting the intermar-
TiaHC of racgs.- jras refused by Judge
iiuernes, vu xnegrouna mat me umtea
nr-w j ' J i Y -A. J 1 T-T a
stateBTOwiFuiave no junsuicuon over
..of .marriage. The opinion
holds. th&ibeiawsusr marriage are at
the sarorejgn control ana-will ot each
NftOM nisast4rovisi6n or
United States: that the absolute and
local society; that the law under which
the pnrttes were convicted, was with
the unrestrained legislative power of
Virginia to enact it, anq that if is pot
prohibited by any provision or the na
tional constitution. As to making con
tracts, the opinion holds, that section
1977 of the Itevised Statutes, which
tTjersDns wrthtrrthB UnltGd
States the right in every State to make
and enforce edntracu, gtfzjcsai only re
fer to contracts lawful under the law of
Pats wherein it is proposed ,to eii
rcf them. Admitting that inabiae
f elifortanc it extends r dnlvtto
an iaortL and fhatf if citizen ot Tip.
ginia went to the District of Columbia
or the territory of Utah and was there
married in accordance, witn tne local
law, he could' not return with his con
sort or consorts to Virginia and expect
to subordinate her laws of marriage to
the laws of the other jurisdictions.
The case will probably be taken to the
supreme (jourt of the united states.
THE NKGBO EIODUS.
The Whites JndifferenVfind the Excite
ment Dying Out.
St. Louis, May ' 14 The officers of
the steamboat companies having their
headnuarteip to this !tyi fwvd the; offi
cers of the ' steameis luiyfnfir vetween
here and New Orleans, deny having re
fused transportation to colored refugees
whenever the latter had money to pay
their passage. They also deny that
there has been any generally expressed
disposition on the part ot the . mer
chants and planters to1 withdraw pat
ronage from the boats which carry im-.
migrants. ' This has been done in a few
instances but the desire to prevent the'
negroes from leaving the South.. is-
changing, and now the planters do not
seem to care whether they leave or not
The officers of the latest arrived boats
say they were not hailed on the way
by negroes, and do not believe there are
any such numbers of refugees on the
river banks as has been stated. They
further say the excitement , is fast dy
ing out and win close aitogetner in a
short time. -
DULL1 0 VP BEECH ER.
How the Brooklyn Preacher Was Met
and Treated in Memphis.
May; p.4A-Jl Memphis
special says . Henry Ward Beecher
was greeted, by an audience of 4,000
people at his lecture in tne Jxposiuon
ir,if1irfcfv loaf, "-ntnrlif IX a nroo nmoArtfful
t'r.&wAhe5 fifppaf of tbe test -6atondin
t opposition'to'lhe 'use"f Mnd"aiiirjr at
fppii tpj tne
sit dirln J :eMss i
tn thfl meetinff hv TCeatinc of th An- I wheat active and firm; red 1.05al.09 Cornac
rJv Jr T RJlIdt lrt7-ato-waawB and firm at
Mr. Beecher presented Mr. Keating
With a check for $250 to be by him dis
tributed between the orphan asylums of
Mem phis, Chattanooga - and - Atlanta.
His engagements have been cancelled
and Mr. Ueecher will return to .Brook
lyn on account of rpliysical inability to
fulfill them. While in Memphis he
has been treated with the utmost respeet
and hiSv coming was ' the occasion of
excursion trains being put on all the
roads leading into Memphis, all of
Which .were crowded with people from
west Tennessee, north Mississippi, north
I Large Fire In an Indian Town.
i Bombay, May 14 There was a great
conflagration last night svt Poonah, an
important government 1 and military
centre, eighty miles southwest of this
city. The government school, the Bood
war palace, the law - courts, postoffiee;
police ofSce and fifty houses were com
pletely destroyed.' The fire' has since
been extinguished. . ; . ,t ; .; . - ,
SPARKS F201I THE WISES
Heavy ra 13 r
est of tt
eraD'3-ext xc terrtory
Ixi!Lf?uei av. ber att'iiir; the? -crops"
greatlj " J f;! I;) -5;. f? t i
: 'me' jpif opal ,UUocerin convention
otiC .anArtLitener.t Greensboro in-
that tate 'yesterdayT'Bishop :"Yilmer
presiding, xne accenaance 01 uutu
clerical and lay delegates was unusual
ly - large; The- session- will Jast four
days. - : " " ; , - ' " :
resounjy Cflepf ol teppwrilar tood aof water
of an onaecostomed ot noHholesome qoalitjr, and
a route that lies ; to th: tipple .or other regions
whe jtoateala tejaste,Lai9 vecivrand- alt $noght
JEttttew enalrteithti!B0 who use. It to eocounter haatf
ards ot thetaatauB.ierrad.to jwtth ,tmpunltwod
ttvat. ksj jnediclnelWapted to suddeftrnit uritixt
pectet dJlKCijeles,at la Jmcallartr jr4Juabla, iDto
eraera otthe mfer. thex bowels- and the totaaete;
terec and ai& rheuvatlsni and nerrous silments;
brought eaihr, exposure, are among the , maladies
tothloh! emlgmat faaadeta and ttw( settlers are
raost subject;: These aad other jyteld to itber ae
tleaottba Bittern pTompOynwl completely, u : 1
wheL' andkwei1 the
urn thKIld wheelj through; sunshine, storm and
Witt UOilUlO b!Ml'''hrS'.i!i4V. J'' M .!S
V Tifrn - VArtnnr tjim thr wbAAl. with fiintln A ,
Fortunes turn,, thx jwheei With
u Our liodrd u Uttlel oautoitf hearts we tfreat
S'eaDd'we :snine,ffher tordb ot many lands;' ' ' '
Frown; &ndie Btulie, the lords of our own bands,
: fhenetf fcrand- Seml-Anndal HMsttmOmoi the
Loolslanaj;StatiIMteTi is at noon' n tueediiy.
June JUUU atKiew vrieans,nnaer me soiemanan
mant oT.TTflnflrais neanreeara una isariT.' a-
Hiizes amount to over hall a million, and tickets
an tea dollarsl with proportldnal fractions down
to tentoSji-ilor Uiformatlon address A, Dauphr
m, v. pui upi isc.w yucffio, ., r
A fftBe' child, ttie dattttliWtof Artlrar Banks.Ksa'.
aftals city, fell into a tub of hot water yesterday
and was badly scalded. ,,The Immediate applloa
Con of Henry's, Carbolic Salve; which was , fortu
nately Itithfr house, Instantly removetl the pain,
and the Uttla sufferer is now out of danger. . . .
To.aU who aro suflerlng from the errors and In
discretions of youth,, nervous weakness, early de
cay, loss of manhood, Ac., I win send a recipe that
waiure you; JBEB . OF - CHARGE. This ' great
remedy : was discovered by , a missionary In
South America. Send a. self-addressed envelope
to the REV. JOSEPH T. ' IN MAN, Station D, New
YoricClty. uh ilf: ' 'H-: :
lanXd. .. ; -,..
... ' i i m
Our country Is getting to be fearfully alarming,
the average of life being lessened every year, with
out ajiy reasonable cause, death resulting general
ly rrora ine osuisignincani ongnu r, ai .uus sea-
sop oi we year esnecuuiy, a coia is suca a common
toilng that In the hurry of etery day life we are apt
to overtook the dangers attending It and often and
too late, that a Fever or Long , trouble has already
set In. Thousands lose tbelr lives In this way ev
ery winter, while had BoscHXB'g Gxaiux Stbuf
been taken, a cure would have resulted, and a large
bill from a doctor been avoided, for all diseases
of; the Throat and Lungs, Boschxk's Gzbkax
Stbuf has proven itself tor Uiegisiest dlsoov
erjr of Its kind In medicine,. Every Druggist ra this
country will tell you of Its wonderful effect Over
950,GOQ bottles sold last - year without a single
failure known. . ;
, "Troth Uea tn 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; oa Broadway, New York, now kept on both
plans, tne American z.ooor$3, ana tne .European
$1, and upwards, per day, gives more satisfaction
for' the same money, than any other first-class
house in Gotham. An elegant Uestaurant, at mod
erate prices, is conducted py me urana uentrai.
. ! 'i. KatUial ftargieat lastltate.
Two of the surgeons of this notable Institute will
visit Charlotte, N- C May 15th and 16th, 1879,
stopping a theCharlotte HoteL. They win have
with them a fine outfit of braces and surgical ap
pUances, and win be prepared to treat all kinds of
Deformities and Chronic Diseases, such as Club
Feet, Hip Disease, ParaiysW Special Diseases.
Plies and Fistula, Catarrh, Private Diseases,
Diseases otthe Eye, Ac' For full particulars, ad
dress : : ' -
, . aATiuriAi dukuiual. twarii u i is,
aprl3 d4t w4w Atlanta, Ga
Esse Attainable j the Bheatlc
Yes. although they may despair of relief, it Is
attainable by rheumatic sufferers, for there is a
remedy which carries o&V by means of Increased
activity of the kidneysimportant channels for
blood purification the acrid element to which
DeihOkMrists the most eminent attribute the Dalnful
symptoms a theory completely borne out by urin
ary analysis. The name of this grand depurent Is
Hostellers, a preparation miewise eeteoratea as a
remedy lor constipation, which causer contamina
tion of the blood with the bile and a certain
means ot relief in dyspepsia, fever and ague, and
nervous ailments. It is, perhaps, the finest tonic
extant, and is highly recommended as a medicinal
stimulant by distinguished physicians and analysts
who pronounce it to be eminently pure and very
neneixnai. xne press aiso endorses il
One Ihlig b Whlcfe the Doctors al Agree.
Doctors disagree about i great manrthinesbut
they are all of one mind , regarding Cod ilver OU,
as the only thins to Diescrfbe when the enfeebled
system refuses to absorb and Assimilate any other
una ai nounsnmeur wnatever, may do tne cause
of the patient's lack of vital force. Whether it is
eonsumDtion. scrofula, or the general debility so
often following malarial fever; this peculiar form
of food Is the only known specific that rarely fails
to invigorate tne dhxm ana soua tissues or tne
body, and speedily averts the - dreaded - process of
decay. .- Yet people turn from this benlflctent
leans or nreserving uie, Because oi its reouisive
iste. .Thousands will reloice to know thai all Its
valuable Qualities are not only - preserved but mul
United, in the nalatable mixture of Scott's Emul
sion ox rure wa uver um wim toe nypopnos-
Do Isa Wait to Eajoy Ufef
Death, or what Is worse, Is 'the Inevitable result
of continued suspension of the menstrual flow. It
is a condition which should not be trifled with.
Immediate relief Is the only safeguard against con
stitutional ruin. In. all cases of suppression, sus
penslon or other Irregularities of the "courses,''
Dr. J. BradOeld's Female Regulator Is the only sure
remedy. It acts by giving tone to the nervous cen
tres, Improving the blood; and determining direct
ly to the organs of menstruation. ItisaleglUmate
prescription and the most Intelligent doctors use
. ask your oruggist ror u.r ,
apr22 lm . '
' TECE8EAPH1C '. MEKET , REPORTS,
;-hY , .FBODUCXj . :, ; i
BiXTinoKK Oats ouiet: Southern 85a38. Wes
tern white 84a36, do mixed 82134, ?ennsyl
vahla 84a88. Hay market dull: prima Fenn
ylvauia and Maryland 13al4. Provisions- firm:
messporib old 10 50al0.75, new ; bulk meats-
loose shoulders Sm, clear rib sides 4m, per car
load, packed new 4V&SVg; bacon shoulders, old
4134, wear no siaes, otao, nams, sugar-cured.
vgaiu. - wu rennea , nerces t.- uwier nrm
choice Western packed lnal7. rolls llaia. Cof
fee quiet; Bio cargoes lOJtoaltt. - Whiskey dull at
1.U7SA sugar firm; A-soft
1 CTvmme A TT "PTnnr ' nMlvai TnmTlw A QAu K tk
Pork aulet at 10.00. Lard In rood demand: cur
rent make ' 0.10. Bulk meats strong: shoulders
held 8.60, short ribs 4.65, cash 4.70, buyer May
and seller June, 4.80a8o seller July, short clear
held 4; bacon In good demand; shoulders 4ta
al4. clear bs o!4, clear sides &aAi Whiskey
active and nrm at 1.01 . Butter steady and un-
cnangeas iancy creamery I8aa20, cnoice Western
reserve, ISalo, choice Central Ohio 12. Sugar
sieaaj ana uncnangea; naras vimV3- A white
Brassy. ew urieans mi. nogs steady; oom-
mon .ntms.zt), ugnt a.aoaoa pacsing u.40atM.
ouieneis fwaiu; receipts -f-y smpments. -
' Nkw Yokk Flour no decided chancer No.; 9
2.35a3-10, superfine Western and State a.45a3.&5,
common to good extra Western and State 3.75a
8.80, good to choice do 8.95a4.60; Southern flour
sieaay; common to rair extra b4J0a6.oO; good
KUVIVO u U.U04U. TT UOiU UUSjnVUOa Win? I llnaltlwa Bols
ter red lJ2a1.l8M,'.- No. 2 ditto 1o3a20. CotaUff0811"6
r-ungraaea 44V8S45, o. s, 44.' .Data, o 8..33W.-
uouee acuve ana steaay; mo quoted i in car
goes 10Val4, to Job lots 10115. i Sugar steady;
Cuba 61M5-1 tf, falrto good reil'g 6a7-16, prime
6a9-l; reflned standard A. f, granulated 81.
powdered am crushed 8 Holasses-Mew Or
leans 28a42. Bice In fair demand and steady;
Carolina quoted at 63a7'4&, Louisiana 6a6
Pork old mess on spot fl.OOa.121. Lard prime
steam' spot 6.45a50. Whiskey l.05aU. Freights
easier.' i . ... ....
t a ' t T " " ' il i l l 5 V S
i Nokfolx Firm; middling 12c; net receipts
833; gross j; stock 10,195; exports coastwise
178; sales 115; exports to Great Britain . v
Baltmobs Firm; mldd'g 12; low miuullng
12-: ood onllnary lls-; net receipts ; gross
53; sales 60 ); w!r 2,J3: exports coastwise
aO; spinners 250; ex Jitsto reat Britain . ;
to continent o e . - - vs. - v
E rtr F: -ti; mldd' ag 12'Vfec.f low t JOT
12V r d Oi Hilary llli ; net flbceipts 2h
WruJ-wnw Firm Middling lUie.; low-.iN
dung ll.c.; good ordinary 11; net receipt 10:;
gross ;-ales 8: stock 707; spinners j
ports coastwise : to Great Britain to Con-
aeni ; to cnannei ..
Philadklphii Flrnir inlddllng 12 Tow
wtfdcUlng-12)e;good ordtaarr 12c: net receipts
3) gross 84S;- sales. -i spinners 697; stock
8,131; exports to ureal Britain .
Augusta Firm; - middling
dung ll-o,. good ordinary. iijc; receipts bo;
Chahlxston Firm; middling 12c; low mid
dling 11.; good ordinary llc; - net receipts
512; gross ; sales 200; stock, 7,524;. exports
coastwise ; Great BrttaB'''? 'nance
Continent ; tokihaanel ,
" Nxw TOM-Steady; sales 201imlddim uplands
I2i. mlddline Adeans 121 -consolidated net
receipts 3,16isjeaaport Hieatti4tlu 4,227;
Jfrance. sih-.vi; ti-mu eat switd-1 its e-w
Uplands,' 6cU - mifiamig ,nans,tji saies
15,000. speculattoh and export 2,0KX additional
sales iseateidaj . after .reguiat closing., ; re
ceipts 1.450. American 1400, Futures-rlMijers of-
fnrtnir 1-3 more. Utilands .low huddlrnc clause
May delivery 6 2tt32ai5ala31-32, Mai and June
rt iR-iHa.Sl-a2.June and July 6 15-lBa31-82a7.
July and August, 6 Sl-S2a7 August and 'Septem
ber 7 l-32al-16.' September and October 7 1 32a
1-16, October and November v November and
December 6 9-1& . Kew crop shipped per sail Sep
tember and October November and December
6VS. - .
-' KKbsk-Futures closed ornt "Sales 3l47
000 oaies. . f tiff feiUii.
Mayjinii-.i. MAaKM.M .v . rffi,ilft54at55.
Jnlv . 12 .ft
August s ... , ....... ; 12.96
September.. V.. 3yjifwiS .6Htt.fV4
October .i.5. i;. .v -v.v. lr :8Sa
November!; Wii?. It 43a44
December. ......... '.'.-i V. . r. v .;.". ---1 1 iS8a5
January, 4... , ; . II J4a,36
' Nkw Tobk Money 3au. 'xchahke 4.87Ual4i
governments firm. New 5's 1.03 State bonds
quiet. ""-irfi '-.
Oma ihsObsxbvks, i
f " ; CSABLOTTS, May 15, 1879. 1
The market yesterday closed steady, as follows:
Good middling........ 12J4
Strict low middling.. 4; w. -.ml
Low miauling. 1 .......... . .u : - : . ' 1 1 f8
Lower grades. Vivi.-wtAii 9108
CHtet-OTTE Pit .WCt fiUBKET
MAT 14. 187S.'
Cork, per busb'l . H3a6
hul - ,.;ia6
Pkas, 41 -ftnaTO
Oats, shelled, 45a50
Bacon a , u h
N. C. hog round 7a8
Clear Bib Sides...
, . , .35a40
Sugar-house. . . . .
Llveroool fine... .
Ems, per dozen. .. .
TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 20th. --
The Last and Greatest! Grand Farewell ! Only Op
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Last night here of the Favorite, Fashionable and
" STAR ALLIANCE."
Entire Company appear in a grand change of Per
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A Night of Genuine Enjoyment
Only time here of Templeton's Celebrated Comic
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May 14-iw. r ; ' ';.y-;:y:
CleaTcland Mineral Springs ;
WILL OPEI? JUNE1, 1879.
, These Springs are- Sniles- front Shelby. N. C,
and one mile fiomi C C Railway. Hacks will be
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