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I LOUAL MATTERS.
Z FU1DAY, JAN. 6, 1882.
PHALANX LODOI NO. 81, A. C. A A. M. -RegUiU
jetlng every second and fourth Monday nights.
Xxoxlsiob Lodox No. 281, A.F.4A. M. Reg-
ar meeting every first and third Tuesday nights.
CHABLom Chxptxb No. 89, B. a. M. Regular
meeting every seoond and fourth Friday nights.
4 Charlotte Cowcabdaby No. 2. K. T. Regular
jteetlng every first and third Thursdays.
f HI- OF 13..
f Khiqhts or Honor. Regular meeting every
second and fourth Thursdays.
I Knights of Pythias. Regular meeting nlghta
I first and third Wednesdays, 7 o'clock p. m. at Ma
1 sonic Temple Hall.
f I. O. O. IF.
I Charlotte Lodox No. 88. Meets every Man-
I riuv n4rt
MBOKIiXNBUBO DECLARATION LODGE NO. fl.
Meets every Tuesday night
Dixlk Lodox No. 108. Meets' every Thursday
Catawba Ritkr Encampment No. 21. Meets
Irst and third Thursday nights In each month.
I tide to New Advert iaeoieu
Farg aves & WTlnelm Rubber Over-shoes.
w. H. Chick Removal
O F Asbury Attention. Hornets.
Suicide and Dyspepsia
A most remarkable cure for dyspepsia. "Weirs
Health Benewer." The greatest tonic, best bil
lions and liver remedy known. SI at druggists.
Depot, J. H. MoAdeD, Charlotte, N. C
Who is Mrs. Wlaslow T
Is this Question Is frequently asked, we will sim
ply say that she Is a lady who for upwards of for
ty years, has untiringly devoted her time and tal
ents as a Female Physician and nurse, principally
among children. She has especially studied the
constitution and wants of this numerous class,
and, as a result of this effort, and practical knowl
edge, obtained In a lifetime spent as nurse and
physician, she has compounded a Soothing syrup.
for children teething. It operates like magic
giving rest and health, and is moreover, sure to
regulate the Dowels, in consequence oi tnis ar
ticle, Mrs. Wlnslow is becoming world-renowned
as a benefactor of her race; children certainly do
rise up and bless her; especially Is this the case
in this city. Vast quantities of the Soothing Syrup
are dally sold and used here. We think Mrs.
Wlnslow has Immortalized her name by this In
valuable article, and we sincerely believe thous
ands of children have been saved from an early
grave by its timely use, and that millions yet un
born will share Its benefits, and unite In calling
her blessed. No mother has discharged her duty
to her suffering little one, In our opinion, until she
has given It the benefit of Mrs. Wlnslow Soothing
Syrup. Try it, mothers try It now. Ladies' Visi
tor. New Tork
irk City. Sold br all druezlsts. 25
cents a bottle.
WE TELL YOU PLAINLY
that Simmons Liver Regulator will rid you of dys--pepsla,
purify your system, enable you to sleep
we:i, prevent malarial diseases and give you a
brisk and vigorous feeling. It acts directly upon
tue liver and kidneys cleansing, purifying, Invig
orating and fortifying the system against disease
It will break up chills and fever and fever and
prevent their return, and is a complete antidote to
all malarial poison-yet entirely free from quinine
or calomel. Try It and you will be astonished at
the good results of the genuine Simmons Liver
Regulator, prepared by J. fl. Zellln A Co.
A lady from Oregon writes: Dr. Benson: I think
you should be presented with a chariot of pore
gold, for your Celery and Chamomile Pills having
proved such a blessing to thousands of sufferers
with sick and nervous headache, neuralgia, nerv
ousness and dyspepsia.
JOSH BILLINGS HEARD FROM.
Newport H. L, Au 11, 1880.
Dear Bitters I am here trying to breathe In all
the salt air of the ocean, and having been a suf
ferer for more than a year with a refractory liver,
1 was Induced to mix Hop Bitters with the sea gale,
and have found the tincture a glorious result.
I have been greatly helped by the Bitters,
and am not afraid to say so.
Yours without a struggle.
Lydla R. Plnkhim's Vegetable Compound will
at all times and under all circumstances, act in
harmony with the laws that govern the female
system. Address Mrs. Lydla K. Pink ham, 238
Western Avenue. Lynn, Mass., for circular.
To promote a rigorous growth of th hair, use
Parker's Hair Balsam, lc rtsto-ea the youthful
color to gray balr, remove dandruff, and cures
tcblng of the scalp.
Till, finni,.. T.A w-fl.. A nmlf
strength and wholes" meness More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. 8old only in
cans. HUXAL HAILING rUWDJCKUO.,
hov23 New York.
LeRoy Davidson, Bole Agent, Charlotte, N. C
THE CHOICEST C0LIM0OF
cvertxhllited'in Charlotte, at the
Our Hlock la noranlntA In all Its branches, and
tverything will be eihlblted.RCail early and avoid
"io iusnandfet nrst choice.
Chin. Ta nf ninnu Safta. (Tllltitwr HAIL.
vases, Coloime 8tts. Cuns and Moss. Knerenei,
flaques and Fruit Plates, Bisque Figures, Writing
vesKs, ernoimg Betts, Tor rnanos, tooi unesu
and Banks. Vanr fduknia and Work Stands.
Japanese Boxes and TteysT he finest collection of
bolls. Banks; Bubber Balls, Chimes, Kusloal Tops
royal iwst jk NJ
tST Trade has been
dull daring the
tW Wood has been bringing a good
price for the past week.
tTom Fraser, the advance agent
of Pixley, was in the city yesterday.
tW Passenger and freight traffic over
the Air Line has perceptibly diminish
ed since the opening of the holidays.
t3fThe streets were in worse condi
tion yesterday than they have been
since the winter set in.
ESTWarde played in Greensboro last
night, and will be in Raleigh to-night,
from whence he goes to Norfolk.
E"A new feature of Pixley's com
pany is an orchestra leader of its own.
This has been found necessay in order
to produce the music set to the play.
EThe city bill poster yesterday
posted the Pixley company. Her date
is the 11th instead of the 12th, as here
tSPBrown has taken the place of
gray for bride's traveling dresses. Per
haps this announcement is in time to
be of use to several Charlotte ladies
who expect soon to travel as brides.
Mr. Luther Benson arrived in the
city yestarday evening on the train
from Greensboro, where he has been
spending several days with friends. He
goes to Augusta, Ga., to fill an engage
ment. EgMuch complaint was made about
the condition of the opera house night
before last. It was so cold as to be ex
tremely uncomfortable, and it is to be
hoped that this important matter will
receive proper attention hereafter.
C5T"The county superintendent of
public instruction gives important no
tice in another column to those con
templating teaching in the publio
schools. The days for examinations
are fixed by law, and no private exam
inations will be held.
""Messrs. Whitsett and Wisenbury,
who were injured by the locomotive
explosion at the Air-Line yard day be
fore yesterday evening, are reported to
be getting on very well, and have every
prospectof being able to return to duty
ElTOne of Charlotte's curiosities is
a live rooster without a head. His
head was cut off last Tuesday morning
and he continues to walk around, but
declines to crow. The owner adminis
ters food with a spoon, which sustains
life. The incredulous will smile, but
the chicken can be seen at a grocery
store on East Trade street.
CThree prisoners escaped from the
jail in Charlotte last Saturday night by
cutting through the wall and descend
ing by a rope made of blankets. States
If the American had read the account
of the e3cape published in this paper, it
would have seen that no rope was used.
The hole was made in the wall within
a foot or so of the ground.
Drew l lie PlBiio.
The Chickering Piano Company, du
ring the Atlanta exposition kept a reg
ister of the parties who visited their ex
hibit with the view of giving away one
of their finest pianos. Tickets were
given to each party, and the lucky num
ber was to draw the prize. Young
Powell, of Texas, son of Dr. Powell, of
Atlanta, was the winner.
Viclt's Floral Gatdd.
Of the many guides and seed and
plant catalogues sent out by our seed
men and nurserymen, and that are do
ing so much to inform the people and
beautify and enrich our country, none
are so beautiful, none so instructive as
Vick's Floral Guide. Its paper is the
choicest, its illustrations handsome,and
given by the thousand, while its colored
plates are gems. This workishandsom
enough for a gift book, or a place on
the parlor table. Published by James
Vick, Rochester, N. Y.
Deputy Sheriff Orr yesterday captur
ed Emeline Springs, the negro woman
charged with murdering James Wilson,
the little six year old negro boy, an ac
count of whose death was given a few
days ago in The Observer. The prison
er has been placed in jail, where she will
remain until her trial, and perhaps ex
ecution, as the evidence against her is
very conclusive, leaving little chance
for her escaping conviction. The father
of the child has not yet been appre
hended, but it is. thought he will be
Not the Vunal Way.
The negroes engaged on the water
works have found the job to be a kind
of thick-and-thin affair. Generally this
class of laborers have been in the habit
of letting up whenever a little rough
weather occurred, but the contractors
are not of the let-up kind. The work
has gone steadily on., an.d wripn an em
ploye has failed to report, as several
have .during the holidays and cold
weather, his place was immediately fill
ed. The negroes have never fully ap
preciated what is required of them as
laborers, but when they come in con
tact with the northern business man of
push they generally receive a lesson.
The roads, in the neighborhood of
Charlotte are said to be in next to an
impassible condition, a state of affairs
which operates to the serious incon
venience and injury of the farmer and
tradesman alike, as the former will not
venture out with his team under such
circumstances, unless from absolute
necessity. There is relief needed from
nmasliarA ttmnnrh 1 t. iq a hoA l.tmA tfl
cover the house after it has commenced
It is understood that four attempts
have been recently made to get the
township board of road supervisors to
gether for the transaction of business
and each attempt was a failure. Gen
tlemen should not accept trusts of this
kind unless they are willing to dis
charge the duties imposed, and we take
occxsioi! j -!t here to state, as the super
visors may be aware, that a penalty of
fine and imprisonment can be imposed
for a failure to discharge the duties in
cumbent upon those holding such
i t m i
(YiffftA drinkers should read the advertisement
In another column beaded "Good Coflee."
CHy Court, -
At the Mayor's court yesterday'morn
ing Bob Biggers and Pink Mason.Jwb.ite
were np for an affray. The former was
fined $20 and cost, and the latter $5
and costs. McDonnell, for street pro
fanity, was fined $2.50 and costs, and' a
negro man, for having a general racket
and breaking a lamp fa another negro's
house, paid costs and damages.
Annie Pixley, one of the handsomest
and most popular little actresses that
has ever appeared before a Charlotte
audience, is booked for the opera house
at this place next Wednesday night, the
llth. She is well remembered by the
theatre-going people of the city, and
when here last winter made herself a
decided favorite. As "M'liss" she gives
a most correct portrayal of -Western
life and Western character, ahorhile
the piece is full of the provincialisms of
the mining camp, it is free from offen
sive features. Her success this season
throughout the North and West has
been marvelous. On Christmas day
she played to the largest audience in
the Grand Opera House in New York
that ever witnessed any previous play
in that theatre.
Where Key West CI j are are Blade
The population of Key West, Fla in
Side and outside of the corporation
boundaries, is variously 'estimated at
from 12,000 to 16,000. It is asserted by
persons well acquainted with the place
that it does not contain half a dozen
families from the Southern States of
the Union, and not twenty families
from the Northern States, and that of
the whole population, exclusive of the
garrison and the United States officials,
there are not twenty-five unacclimated
adults. About one-half of the popula
tion are supported directly or indirectly
by the trade in tobacco and the manu
facture of cigars; and the other half
are dependent upon fishing and spong
ing. The tobacco is brought from the
West Indies, and most of it from Cuba.
The cigars manufactured from it are
shipped almost exclusively to New
York, either directly by ocean steamers
or through Cedar Key and Fernandina.
JLit oi Letter
Remaining uncalled for in the post
office at Charlotte, N. C, for week end
ing December 19, 1881 : Wash Alexan
der, Mrs. M. M. Alexander, Bly the Aber
nathy, J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. Martha
Barber, Mrs. Mary Baker, J. R. Brown,
Jno.M. Blair, Rachel Berry, Miss Sallie
Caruthers, J.E. Clay borne, Jane Camp
bell, Edward Deaton, Marshal Elliott,
Sarah Fernandise, S. L. Gardner, R. G.
Graham, Wilson Graham, Eliza Houser,
W. H. Henderson, P. A. Hodges, Mrs.
Lucy Heard, John Howser, Emily Hor
ton, Jno. Isehour, M. A. Johnson, M. M.
Jackson. Miss Maggie Jones, Mr. Will
Kitchen, Thos. W. Kendall, Harriet
Kent, Charlie D. King, C. Oakland
Klitt, J. H. Lumpkin, Wm. Miller,
Robert Morehead, Eliza Morehead, H.
A. Moton & Co., Frank Marsh, Amanda
Orr, Miss T. Plummer, Thomas Rich
ards, Melchi Rheinhardt, Emma Reni
man, Roxanna Stroud, D. Scott, Dr.
Chas. E. Statt, Mrs. Turner, Seymour
Whiting and lady, Mrs. Martha A.
Wadkins, Jones White, Mrs. Anna
When calling for any of the above
please say advertised.
W. W. Jenkins, P. M.
The Atlanta ExpoaltlonWne First
In an article published in yesterday's
Observer, from the pen of Mr. Geo.
Draper, ot Massachusetts, in relation to
the Atlanta Exposition, the writer
says: "All parties, so far as I know,
credit Mr. Edward Atkinson with hav
ing originally suggested the exposition,
and with having done much to pro
mote its organization and success by
calling attention through the press of
the country to the advantages that
would result from it if successfully
That Mr. Atkinson contributed much
to the success of the exposition cannot
be denied, but whether he first suggest
ed the idea of an enterprise of the kind
is an open question. The first public
suggestion from Mr. Atkinson, of which
we know anything, appeared in the
New York Herald of August 20th, 1880,
and was in favor of New York City as
the place. On the 24th Mr. N. Dumont,
of Lowell, N. C, in a letter to the same
paper, insisted that the South was the
field and Atlanta the place, and then
set to work, together with Col. G. J.
Foreacre,to have the exposition held at
In a letter to Mr. Dumont the Atlan
a proposition was accepted by Mr. At
kinson, and the information given that
the latter gentleman knew nothing of
Atlanta and her business men, where
upon Mr. Dumont made arrangements
to meet him in that city, which he did.
We think it can be established that
as early as January, 1879, Mr, Dumont,
in an address delivered before a con
vention of Northern settlers, held in
this city, suggested the idea recently
carried out at. Atlanta, as. he subse
quently dd in an address before a joint
committee of the State Legislature of
North Carolina did her full share in
making up the exhibit, for which she
has received due credit by the press
and public, and our object in calling
attention to the facts set forth above is
obvious. If an adopted North Caro
linian first suggested the exposition, we
are unwilling to have the credit gjven
to New England, and those directly
interested can do much towards settling
the ques,ton by giving the facts in the
in Providence towns hin. Dec. 29th. at the real
a anna nt j k omninKbam. br the Rev. 6. 8,
Robinson. Mr. 8 N. MoGlnn to Hiss Lizzie K
C jnnlogham. 1.11 of. this county.
The season's entertainments have been notably
free from annoyance by .coughing. Dr. Boll's
eough syrup dpea this. Price 26e a bottle.
v- ' l I m I s
NATURE'S SLtffCX WATfv - '.
Tne kidneys are natu sjuwajr Ja out
the debrla of our constantly changliig bodies., if
they do not work properly & troublels leUevery
where. Then be wise and as soon as joa see
signs of disorder ret a package of Kidney-Wort
and taks it faithfully. It wm clean the luioe-way
of land, gravel or slime and purify the whole sys
tem. Druggists sell it. both liquid and dry, and it
Is equally efficient in either form. Independent,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
JANUARY 5. 1882
WruraaTOH, N. C Spirits turpentine quiet at
52c Rosin firm; strained $2.05; good strained
82.10. Tar steady at Si. 90. Crude turpentine
firm, at 92.50 bard; 93.75 lor yellow dip; $3.00
for virgin inferior. Com steady; prime white
81982; mixed 78079.
Balttjcobx Moon Floor unchanged, bat
with lower tendency; Howard street and West
ern super 84 87685.00; extra $5.253S6.87;
family $6.50$7.25: city mills, super 84.50
SfR: extra S5 50&S6.50: famllr S7.50ffi87.75:
I Bio brands S7.25S87.87; Patapeco family $8.25.
wneat southern stronger; western easy and in
active; Southern red $1.37$1.41 : amber $1.42
81.45; No. 1 Maryland $1.44$14; No. 2
Western winter red spot $1.89M3$1.89; Jan
uary $1.89: February $1.42ia81.42tt; March
$1.44ia81.44; April $1.4681.47. Corn
Southern hither: Western steady and mora ac
tive; Southern white 73M; do. yellow 09.
BAimxora-Nlgnt Oats firm; Southern 47C50;
Western white 49351; mixed 47943; Pennsyl
vania 47350. Provisions unchanged: mess pork
$17.75. nolle meats -shoulders and clear rib
sides, packed 7ft9M Bacon -shoulders 8ft;
dear rib sides 10ft; hams 12ft&18ft, Lard re
fined 1214. OoOee firm; Bio cargoes ordinary
to fair 9O10ft 8uku- quiet: A soft tfft. Whis
key quiet, at $1.1 7ft. Freights unchanged.
CnronfHATi Flour quiet and unchanged ; famlly
$6. 10986.40. Wheat-stronger; No. 3 red winter
$1.389$1.40. Corn active, firm and higher; No.
2 mixed 69971 Oats-firmer; No. 2 mixed
ifa. Bye stronger, at 81.U4J&. Barley firm.
at 81.05. Pork-steady and in good demand, at
$17.259817.50. Lard -stronger, at $11 00. Bulk
meats-nrm: snouiaers W Mbam.m; clear ribs
$8.65988.75. Bacon firmer; shoulders 8X50;
ribs $1000; clear 810.50. Whiskey-active and
nrm, at 81.15; comDinaaonsaies oi nnisned goods
810 barrels on a basis of $1.15. Sugar quiet
and firm; hard 9910tt; New Orleans 69
(. Hogs firm; common and light $5,009
85: nacklns and butchers 86.25986.65. Re
ceipts 8,200; shipments 1,250.
Csicaoo Flour dou. Wheat unsettled, but
generally higher; No. 2 Chicago spring $1.14.
Corn active, firm and higher, at 62908 cash;
62tt January; 62ft962$T February. Oats in
light demand, but holders firm and prices higher,
at 44ft cash; 444 January; 4414 February. Bar
ley sironz and niener. at i.u7. uressed nora
higher, at $7.80987 85. Pork In fair demand
and toisrner. at zih K7UKSi7.oo cash: sih.rk
January; $17.25 February. Lard moderately ac
tive, but hhrner. at 810.0219810.05 cash and
January;$U.169$ll.l7ft February. Bulk meats
nrmer; shoulders JW.UO: 8non nD 58-85; short
clear 89.05. Whiskey steady and mnchanged, at
Raw Tork Southern flour quiet and unchanged;
common to fair extra $5.6o986.70; good to
choice do $6.759$8 00. Wheat opened ft9$io
higher, afterwards lost the advance and fell oft a
trifle, closing firm and a shade under the highest
price; No. 8 spring $1.23; No. 2 spring $1.28;
nnfiraded winter : uneraded red S1.281A9-
8 l.43ft; ungraded white : No. 2 red and
January $ 1.42ft 8 1.4314; February 81.449
$1.45. Corn opened 9ftc, subsequently be
came weak and lost the advance, closing a shade
better: ungraded 08971ft; southern yellow ;
do white . Oats less active and prices with
out quotable change: No, 8 49ft. Hops-ln bet
ter demand at full late prices. Coffee unchang
ed in price; Bio 914911ft. Sugar fairly active
and very firm; fair to good refining quoted at 7
97ft; refined strong; Standard A 8. Molasses
foreign neglected and nominal: New Orleans
58965. Bice steady. Bosin-flrm, at $2.87ft9.
$2 45. Turpentine scarcely so firm, at 66.
Wool quiet and very firm: domestic fleece
86950: Texas 14931. Pork-firm and aulet.
and pMces without quotable change; middles dull
and drooping; long clear 914. Lard opened 5c
higher and dosing steady, at $lL21ft9$l 1.17ft.
Freights to Liverpool market firm.
Galveston -steady; middling lltbe: low mld'nc
11c; good ordinary lOfto; net receipts 1,492;
gross ; sales 1,600; stock 106,874: exports
eoastwlse 8.652; to Great Britain ;4o conti
nent : to France.
Norfolk -Steady; middling llftc: net receiDts
1,996; irroas ; stock 59,621; exports eoast-
wtM 2 218; sales 1,053: exports to Great Britain
; 10 continent .
Balttmokb Quiet: middling llftc: low mid
dling 11 y&; good ordinary 10V&; net rec'ts ;
gross 85, sates ; stock 58,216; exports
eoastwlse ; spinners ; exports to ttreat
Britain 1,800; to continent .
Boston Bull; middling 12c; low middling
115bc;ood ordinary 10c: net receipts 791;
Sos 804; sales : stock S.lWo; exports to
reat Britain ; to France .
Wilmington Firm ; middling lUfcC; low mid
dling 10 16 lOc good ordinary lOtfec reo'p:s285;
gross ; sales ; stock 16.022; export
uuirwiM ; 10 ureal Britain : to
Philadelphia Dull; middling 12a; lorn
middling lltac; good ordinary 104&C: net receipts
96 irross 129. sales 227; spinners 197 tork
16,383 : exports Great Britain ; to continent
savannah Dull; - middling lie; low mid
dling lOiftc; good ordinary lOo; net receipts
3,604; gross 4.225: sales 2,400; stock 118.602;
exports eoastwlse 7,627: to Great Britain 4,881;
to France ; to continent .
Nxw Orliaxs-Quiet; middling llftc; low
miauling 11c; gooa ordinary lOftc; net receipts
7,105; gross 8,160; sales 8.000: stock 397,554:
exports to Great Britain 5,600; to France ;
coastwise ; to continent .
MBILK -Quiet; middling llftc; low middling
10c: good ordinary lOftc; net receipts 1.207:
gross 1,225; sales 2,000 "stock 60.844: exports
ooast 1,581; France ; to Great Britain .
Mkxfhib Quiet: middling lllAe: receiDts
766; shipments 1,919; sales 450; stock
Acqusta Steady; middling 10e; low mid
dling lOftc; good ordinary 10c; receipts 436;
shipments ; sales 427.
CHAEUErroM Steadier: middling llftc; low
miauling llftc; good ordinary lOftc; net receipts
1.052: gross : sales 1.000; stock 85,364;
exports eoastwlse 1,840: to Great Britain ;
to continent 8,552; to France ; to channel
Nxw Tori Dull: sales 208: middling ud-
landall 13-1 fie: middling Orleans 12ic: eoDsoll-
dated net receipts 28.405; exports to Great Britain
15,950; to jrraoee BJttS; to oonuneni i,vwi, to
Liverpool Noon Steady: middling uplands
0 9-16d; middling Orleans 0 1 l-16d; sales 10,000;
speculation and export 1,000; receipts 16,100;
American 16,000. Uplands low middling clause:
January delivery ; January and February
6 9-16d; February and March 6 19-8 2d; March
and April ; April and May 6 11-1 Odd; May
and June 0 23-82d; June and July 696 25-82d;
July and August 6 13-16d; August and September
-. sutures sieaoy.
Nxw Toax -Futures dosed steady.
reoruary.. .......... ;..
November - 11.41Q42
Governments quiet and unchanged
Four and a half per cents,
Money, 6 and 1-32
S'ate bonds rather dull
Bab-treasury balances Gold, $77,897,659
currency,... 4, 14 1. hi
Stocks Irregular and unsettled:
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5
Alabama Class A, small
Alabama Class B, 5's
Alabama Class C, 4's.
Chicago and Northwestern
Chicago and Northwestern preferred,
Louisville and Nashville
M mphls and Charleston
Nashville and Chattanooga
New Tork Central
Richmond and Allegheny
Richmond and Danville
Wabash, Sl Louis ft Pacific,
Wabash, 8t Louis & Pacific preferr'd
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Office or Thx Obsxbxer. 1
Charlotte. January 6, 1882. i
The market yesterday closed weak at the follow
Good Middling. lift
8tricOy middling, 11
Strict low mlddUgg, l Oft
Low middling. 1 0ft
worm ootion v ouu
Sales yesterday 21 bales. '
Charlotte Produce market.
JANUARYS, 1K 2
B TYING PRICES,.
Cork, per bush'l. ......
Bxahs, white, r et bushel 1 .25a.50
Pxas, gar, perbptjh, ?0al.0g
Wkito, " ; ,V.'.'.'.'.'.'.:.""p.'.'.'.",'." 75a80
Family - 4.25a4.50
Extra.. ....:....:... , 400
";8op.-. ....... &lfi
Oats, shelled, .ravja,.v.w....v' 66a65
Dsixn Frdtt ,,,..
Annies, ner lb..... ... 4fta6
Peaches, peeled 15a20
npetiea..... . vaiu
Sweet ...' ... 76
Irish;.......... ... 1.00
North Carolina 15a20
eea, per down. 25
Chickens .v... 12ftal5
Turkeys, per IB. 8
Geese 2 Safin
Bur, per lb., net .. 6a6
Mcttoh, per n net.
SELLING P8ICE3 WHOLESALE.
Clear rib sides 101b
Prime Rio 14al
Sugar Syrup 85a50
Choice New Orleans... 50a60
Liverpool fine l.C0al.25
" coarse 85al.00
Corn, per gallon 81.75a2.00
Rye. " 82.00aa.00
Apple, per gallon. S2.00a3.00
Peach. " H9.K0
Wrtra, Scuppemong, per gallon. $1.50
Lard, per lb
Tallow, per lb
N. C. hog round 10al 1
Hams, N. a 18
Hams, canvassed. 1 5al A2fc
Apples, Northern, per bbl 8.25a.60
" Mountain. " Stem
Mackerel No. 1 1.25
" No. 2 1.00
" -No. 8 75
Cabbasx, per Th. 4a6
W. H. CHICK,
Having removed to the shoo, on Trvon street, over
the Independent Hook & Ladder Truck House, Is
new ready to receive orders for HOUSE, SIGN
and uuhajuuixal. AJJNTiNt, such as
Guilding, KalsomiDing, Frescoing, ic.
YOU are hereby
requested to attend
'? meeting of your
company, this (Fri
day) evening, at 7
o'clock. By order
O. F. ASBURY,
of the President,
Tuesday, January loth, 1882.
Supported by a
Strong Dramatic Company,
Will appear in
BHAKKSPEAR&'S SUBLIME TRAGEDY in FIVE
OTHELLO,.. MB. BARRETT.
y Admission 81.00: Reserved seats 81.25.
Can be secured at the usual places.
JpLOELDA ORANGES and LEMONS; also on
hand Turkeys, Geese, Egg9 and Cranberries,
Buckwheat Flour and New Orleans Molasses.
dec23 S. M. HOWELL.
I Have removed my stock of Groceries from
Trvon street to the Bhelton bulldlug, on East
Trade street, where I will be pleased to see my
customers and friends. Respectfully.
an w I sun . i. t umuuik.
POWELL'S PREPARED CHEMICALS
I 1 0 a Farmer can buy a FORMULA,
For 31 (520 lbs)of POWELL'S
This .when mixed at home, makes OneTon
of SUPERIOR PHOSPHATE, equal in
plant-life and as certain of successful crop
production as many high priced Phosphates.
MA EXTRA f No trouble to mix
INUeXPENSE.I Full directions.
Powell's Chemicals have been thoroughly
tried, give universal satisfaction, and we offer
leading farmers in every State as reference.
Send for Pamphlet. Beware of imitations.
Brown Chemical Co
Manufacturer, of Baltimore, Mo.
Powell's Tip Top Bono Fertil
izer. Priceonly $35 a Ton.net cash.
Bone Meal. Dissolved Bone.
Potash. Ammonia. ,
And all high-grade Fertilizing Materials.
-Paurm iGaiiteai aid Flower Seedv
DIRECT FROM THE FARM.
WABRANTKD FBWCH, PTJRB AMD GOOD, OB MOKIT
Rktunded. Catalogue for 1882 ran. Please
sena ,aI it. Auarcss us rn ouua
decSO w4t Moreton Farm, Rochester. N. T.
AT COST !
AT COST. AT COST.
I FLND I HATE ENTIRELY
TOO EHUCH STOCK
ON HAND, AND IN ORDER TO REDUCE IX I WILL OFFER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
leak Grits and Farina,
COME AND SECURE A PACKAGE AND
HOYTS' COLOGNE, 4711 GERMAN COLOGNE,
just Keceivea oj
i--VT"L7"D9C "rTTTJTT Is a
KjKJKJI hiJX O 15UV'1U Sold
GROUND SAGE, 6romdCayenepepper'G
T7TXTTT rpnTT T7rrrrT7 CT7nTC Jewelry Cases, Puff Boxes, Hand Mirrors
JDlllJl lJlJX!iJL LJOj OHiAia, Odor Cases, In all styles and at all prices
The largest and nicest assortment ever trought to this market. WILSON & BUBWELL.
TURKISH BATH TOWELS, Aflne MSwM nllV1
TJVrD A T TXTT7' (HYDRATED OIL). Hydraline has been proven of the highest
JtjL X xJX)Jll.Vi XV. value In consumption, and all wasting diseases, Invariably produc
ing immediate Increase in weight: Fresh supply at
IF YOU want;
A REALLY GOOD
Ask your Stationer
or send 25 cents
in stamps for a
Of Assorted Pat
terns. In a NicKeir
plated Match Box.
Sold by all Stationers.
'IYUOB, Blaftiai, Taylor & Co.,
Sols Agents, Nxw Yobs
ure in iti
KuUOItU yUUUV VI UHM 0 y B
n4 InafnuiHAna m thA iYillAWiniZ
UMOOO SMjtU niU ftlf U IUOUHVUVUD -M aur D
InstnuneDts: Tlolln, Piano, G .tar. Comet and
r iuie or cuij dutuk lusiixuiiioub. ucui immou w
highest testlmontalfl s to abtl ? and have had
l AwAAvtAA m half m MnrrrM lit ABfri1nor
Pianos -and Organs toned and repaired and
I ITlllHllilull UonUtvvui
Can always be 'found at my Music Room on
ununsu vreet, cwner vi ma.
dec20 Prof. H. 8CHMTTT.
FINE NATL BBU8HES, FINE FBENCH E0AP8
wjou a nuuwALii.
superior remedy for all diseases of the BLADDER.
only by - - - WILSON & BURWKLL.
JUST GO TO
and see what
He has for New Yeai'J Dinners, and how very
cheap he Is selling
Toys and Fancy Arti
-FOR NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS.-dec81