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SATURDAY, JAN. 7, 1882.
PHMHX LODex No, 81. A. V. A A. M. -Ramlar
meeting every second aud I ourth Mmt audita.
KXCBXBTOH LODQX NalOL Lf.ti. HB
uitu woeuug mi ant iua uura rueeaay ny r
OUBLOm CB1FRB Na 89. B. A. H Besular
meeting every second and fourth Friday night.
CBABUnTBCOKlUjnDABT No. a. K. T. Becular
meeting every Aretand third Thursday
Kxism or. BoifOB. Besular raeeOitc ever
second and fourth Thursday.
' 3Z 0331 3?
Khiqhts ot Ptthias. Begulw meeting nights
first and third Wednesdays, 7 o'clock p. m. at Ma
sonic Temple Ball.
I- O. O. iB1.
Chablottx Lodqx No. 88. Meets every Mon
MXCXXXKBUBO DWJLARATTOH LODrNO. S
Meets every Tuesday night.
DiZTJi Loses No. 10a MeetoVirery Thursday
Catawba . Rrrm iHOAimanrr Na 21. Meets
lrst and third Thursday nights In each month.
Index t New AdTeniMwea s
C. A. Hlgler -Strayed or stolen.
W. B. Mott -A Card.
8olclde and Dysaesala. . ' "
A most remarkable cure (or dyspepsia. "Wen
Health Kenewer." The greatest tonic, beat Ml.
nous and liver remedy known. St at drogglata.
Depot, J. EL MeAden, Charlotte, N. 0.
) n -
Who Is Mra. WtaslawT
As 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, sore to
regulate the bowels. In consequence of this ar
ticle, Mrs. Winslow Is becoming world-renowned
as a benefactor of her race; children certainly do
rise up and bless her; especially Is this the ease
in this city. Vast quantities of the Soothing Syrup
are dally sold and used here. We think Mrs.
Winslow has immortalized her name by this In
valuable article, and we sincerely believe thous
ands of children have been tared from an early
grave by Its timely use, and that millions yet un
born will share ha benefits, and unite In calling
uer diossbo. no mower nas niscnargeq ner amy
to her suffering UtUe one, In our opinion, until she
nas given u we Denent 01 an. wmsiows sootnini
Syrup, Try It, mothers try It now. Ladles' Ylai
tor. new xorK-wy. boia Dy all
cents a bottle.
WM TILL TOD PLAINLY
that Simmons Liver Regulator win rid you of dys
pepsia, purtty your system, enable you to sleep
weii, prevent malarial diseases and give you a
brisk and vigorous feeling. It acts directly upon
trie liver and kidneys cleansing, purifying. Invig
orating aM fortifying toe system against dlssass.
It will break up chills and fever and fever and
prevent their return, and la a complete antidote to
all malarial poison yet entirely free from Qmnlne
or calomel. Try it, and you will be astonished at
the good results of the genuine Simmons Ltrer
Regulator, prepared by J.U. Zeilln ft Co.
A lady from Oregon writes: Dr. Benson: I think
you should be presented, with a chariot of pun
gold, for your Celery and Chamomile Pills having
proved such a blessing Id thousands of sufferers
with sick and nervous headache, neuralgia, nerv
ousness and dyspepsia.
JOSH BILLINGS HKABD FROM..
Newport. B. L, Aug. llj 1880.
Dear Bitters I am here trying to breathe In all
he salt air of the ocean, and having been a suf
ferer for more than a year wtth a refractory liver,
1 was Induced to mix Hop Bitten with the sea gale,
and have found the tincture a glorious remit.
I have been greatly helped by the Bitters,
and am not afraid to say so.
Tours without a struggle.
Lydla K. Plnkham'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.
Western Avenue, Lynn,
, Mass.. for circular.
Pink ham, 238
To promote a vigorous growth of the hair, use
Parker's Bair Balsam. It restcea the youthful
color to gray bair, remove dandruff, and cures
tcblng tt the scalp.
strength and wholesomeneu More economical
than the ordinary ilnds. and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of tow test, short
weigiu, aium or pnospnate powoera. bom only I
cans. BOYAL BAKDiG POWDKB CO.,
nov28 New York.
LeBoy Davidson, Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. a
THE CHOICEST COmOW
mi eihlLi.eUTln Cnarlctte, at the
; J. BROOPIELD & CO.
Our Rbvk la mm-Kat In all Its branches. And
everything will be exhiblted.fiCall early and avoid
n ana get nrst cnoice. .
Chins Tea and Dinner Setts. Chamber Sett,
vasea, Cologne betts, Cups and Vugs, kpergnes,
lques and Fran Plate. Blsane ITgure, Wrtttnt
ucsics,Bmoklng Setts, Toy JWario, toot cnesw i -and
Banks. Vancy Baskets and Work Stands, I and acqaainUncea.
Japanese Boxes and Trays, the finest collection ot ; -
voi ib, tfanxs. Bobber .Balls, Chimes, aussai i-ope
tChorcb notices Vyiaj. ' ' 4t
CTA UtUe toiuhiQs would be sppre
elated jolt t this time, M it has been
very scarce to tar this year.
GTYesttrday wu one of the dull
and dreary days which contributes
nothing in the way of local news.
tSTlt wenld be impossible to find a
dirtier looking town than Charlotte,or a
more disagreeable ene to pedestrians.
ESTThe special term of the Superior
court ordered by the Qorernor f or this
county will open next Monday, Judge
tSTJoe Murphy, one of the best Irish
comedians in the country, and a great
favorite in Charlotte, has been in At
lanta this week.
tSTJoe Foster, colored, was fined t&
and costs by the mayor yesterday morn
ing for abusing a little white boy at
tWA. little son of Mr. J.T.Julian,
who resides on Sixth street, yesterday
fell from the banisters of the front
porch and broke his left arm a little
above the wrbt
ITThere is comparatively little
moving by the residents of Charlotte
at the end of the year perhaps less
than in any ' place of its size in the
KTRev. Dr. Bernheim, who has been
in the city for a few days, left yesterday
afternoon on the South train, and
will make an extended tour of the
South and West In ithe interest of his
magazine, "At Home and Abroad,1'
which is published monthly from this
t3TA reporter of a State paper in an
issue several days ago, remarked that it
was "too cold to hunt up local items."
the readers of newspapers take no such
excuses. It is never too cold, too hot,
too wet or too dry for the reporter, and
he is expected to go, and not only go,
but gather news, whether it Is to be had
or not. All this and much more is ex
pected of him.
BTIn yesterday's Observes it was
stated that Constable Orr arrested
the negro woman Emeline Wilson. We
understand the arrest was made by the
coroner, though Mr. Orr had the war
rant in his possession at the time. It is
also stated that John Wilson, the father
of the ebild killed by Emeline Wilson,
who is also wanted, was in the city yes
terday, but the officers failed to over
t5TThe Janitor of the First church
was thrown into a murderous state of
excitement yesterday morning by some
one telling him that a complaint had
appeared in The Observer about the
coldness of his church Sunday. He
made a break for this office, but his
agitated manners caused inquiries to
be made by his friends, when he was
told that the complaint had been made
about the opera bouse and not the
church. His informant had not read
Eleetlvs) f Officer.
The Charlotte Chamber of Commerce
held a meeting Thursday evening at
which the following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing twelve months :
President Gen. T.F.Drayton.
1st Vice President W. C. Morgan.
2d - " Geo. II. Brocken-
Sec and Trees. R. N. Tiddy.
Directors S. A. Cohen, W. W. Pe-
gram,W. C Morgan, Chas. R. Jones,
Walter Brem, M. C Mayer, Jno. L.
Brown, D. M. Rigler, Wm. BitterhofE.
I Tt Soperinieadeaer t thm BUat-
The next Republican fight which will
be of local interest to this city will be
for the superintendency of theCharlotte
mint Rumor has it that a petition is
in circulation urging the appointment
of Mr. R. M. Korment in place of Col.
Cowlea, who has been resting quietly
in the position for some time past, and
that it is getting a large number of sig-
. natures. It is now in order for the Cot.
onel to start' t subscrlptIon" list, but
it maybe that "petitions go for naught
with the powers at Washington. '
lllwfcwg) Da ftftLCWltxtSK ;
Rev C H. Pinkney Northrop will to
morrow be consecrated at the cathedral
in Baltimore as Bishop of North Caro
lina, The Sun ofjthat city says the oc
casion promises to be one of the most
notable affairs of the kind celebrated
In-that city for some time. Pontifical
high mass will be said at 11 o'clock,
during which Archbishop Gibbons
will perform the ceremony of consecra
tion. Right Rev. John L. Xeane, of
Richmond, will, in the absence of Bish
op Lynch, Charleston, who Is indispos
ed, delivers the sermon. It is expect
ed that all the bishops of the province
of Baltimore, and several from other
provinces, will be present. The greater
portion of the clergy jf the eity and vi-
tinlty, as well as the students of the
seminary of SL Pulpice, win also be in
attendance. The music win be Beetho
ven's mass In C, with a full choir nnder
the direction of Prof . Joseph Weruig,
and a complete orchestra.
The nvaievtwM DaMfwairauacsj,
Mr. Thos. Baskin, who so myste
riously disappeared after leaving Man-
' roe last Friday, has not yet' been heard
from, or any trace of bis whereabouts
discovered. He was teen at about
eleven o'clock on the Friday night of
hU dlsairpearanceby a party living at
I or neir Monroe, and his mule was found
at hlsc home in Providence township
the next morning. ' It Is certain that
Mr. Baskin bad a considerable sum of
cash on his person at the time of his
disappearance, and his friends in this
city are firm in the belief that he has
been murdered and the body eoneeaiecL
Hgg he met with n accident on the
aV . ha -would ' have ' been found, as
there has been a general search made
otthe section of country through which
be .would have passed had he returned
home, and fo far the disappearance re
mains a mystery, the only explanation
of i which t that he baa either been
murdered and the traces of the crim
covered nnlbrVthathe has left the
country under circumstances that caai
(n un wise be exnlained or ms menus
M v ., m - w ' - t
IXIlIlIIlTraiTx TinZ!OAPII j
Wu.MiatMMH. W. CL iSnlrtta til wwwiUi"rmtot at
S2t. Boslnnnn: attained t2M; good aaratned
auiu, - Tar tteaay at g-i.vu. una arpennm
Mr. W. IL, Chick, ofnnentai
painter of Charlotte, has receny flfflsn:
ed a neat piece' of repairing in the
Catholid church of this dty. The fres-
eoing and- finishing: of ; the interior of
the church was done by the Kraegera.
of Baltimore, and since the completion
of the work one of the timbers of the
buflding decayed causing the plaster
ing to give way the full length of the
piece. The repairs have been made in Fstlto orlnS
maIi tManMjsgi eeei a vfl&M- mnnh rmAi. I ilv S8.2S. Wheat-
ouMi .iiiiq, mm mm ..,vwwyv ihmvii . fj QUlet and ClOSUC 'firm flOOtl
upon the workmanship of the Job, and I thsmtiAUjm tTSasiS; He.
firm, at g&50 hard; f&75 foryeOowdlp; S&OO
for virgin Inferior. Com
81883, mixed 78am
nf uulet; Howard sUeet
it is now difficult to discover that
break ever existed,'- x-'
e. I atary-
aS1.40: Jannarv Sl9aS1.40:
and steady; eouu-
Sl.44: AprU Sl.46. Con
fitgner; .western taaetxv
while 76; do. yellow 70 .
'uiwi. ,111,1 vimoi nuiuvr
Provisieas aulet: mess nork
HarsUr m YlxYlsrisw ,
The poetnaater at thia place has re
ceived a postal card which gves the
information that one : :W. A. DavisVat
Orlean, Fauquier county; Virginia; re
cently shot jand killed Leonidas Trip--lett,
in cold blood, and that attif being
arrests Davis made his escape; :$ It is
supposed that he has gone or will go
West, and a large, reward is offered for
his arrest . Tbe,murd9rer is described I si.oi Bay-rcratsi.w
as being s young about
years ot.age, with thin visage, rea
cheeks, light blue eyes with grayish
cast, receding cMb, two gold plugs in
his front teeth with one corner broken
off, light wavtag jjiair, smooth face,
weight about 14y pounds, height about
5 feet 9 inches."
MOcvKte gargoea otdJaary
r higher and firm: A soft
The Concord Register says the state
ment made In an issue of The Ob-
SEBYEBthis week to the effect that
many mortgages given for fertilizers
purchased hi that town had not been
registered is pronounced gauzy. - The
information wasgivenaa received, and
while one firm may be out or the aim-
culty.it does not necessarily., follow
that the rest of the dealers are. The
information was received from a gen
tleman who is in a position to know
much in relation to the question, and
we will wager eur next big turnip that
the statement is not void of truth.
The Library Mt
At a meeting; of the Library Associa
tion of Tryon Street Methodist Church
held last night it was decided to offer
three prizes to the three members secu
ring the largest number of books for the
Association, the articles to be given and
their value to be fixed by a committee
which was appointed for the purpose.
Readings were given by members of
the Association as follows: Miss Louis
Wriston,MThoujhts of the Past;" J. B.
Berthune, "Energy and Adversity A.
a Hutchinson, "The Old rear;" J. H.
McClammon, MDeuglas and Marmion;''
Miss Gray, "The Bridge." .
The want of a quorum prevented an
election of officers last night for the
ensuing term, and this action was post
poned until next Friday night.
and dear rib
Backed 71MMM Bacon -ahoulders 81:
near ro sues iuvi; aama izm&dism. iara fa
nned lztj. ixaiti weax; gao
to tatreoiOUi. 8ug-htBnr
wusKey-rSMaay, at si.17Ui
tS.loase.4a Wheat-active, arm and higher;
Na 3 red winter $1.40. Corn active demandand
higher; Wo. a mixed 71. Oats -strong and
higher: No. 2 mixed '49Va ' Bye atwmger, at j
k roK firmer.
oulet: ahoulders a&25aSSJiR: eleav- ribs
$8.efiQ)$&75. Baeonfirmr shoulders $7.65:
nbaaiaas; eiear Siaso. WhtekeyQmet at
$1.10; eomMnattna ealea of finished goods 835
barrels on a basis ot $1.16. Sugarquiet and
unchanged; hard 9Af2)l(ni; Mew Orleans CM O-
a. Hogs sieaay ana arm; eommon ana ngnt
.uuccso.u; pacKmg ana nutcners k
Becelpts 5.780; ahlpments 1,800.
CxaoAeo-VlenT steady and tmehanged. Wheat
ettve. firm and hUStar: Ko s aJemza ante
$t.27ttjl.a7VI cash; $1,371 January; Mo, 8 do
Sl.le. cm nMMerately active and higher; regu-
63tt; fresh mk eaah; 621062 Jarraary;
rsected MatftWH. Oets-oulat and weak, at
fvm oaaa; 44 January; 44Jrebruary. Dressed
ogs strong, lotBiee nigner, at si.B&ecg'j.ba
e aeove and aixber. t S17.UOO-,
nd Jannarv. Lard modaratalv as-1
BTB., DDK nnv. BL ml 1 ATlmmrTlMw 1 1 II emUUt UU1
January; $Tiri7iSSl 1.20 February. Bulk meats
ill lav l atiAnMaM ma 1 A. alia wlkwO OA. .Wam
. """'WJ Vioig UVf nmt UV SX9e7V SUM.
etoar $8.10. Whiskey acQre,ann and higher, a
Maw IOBS-8outhem Soar steady and trade light;
w nur extra aootrsoou; goea to
SaeSOSSOO. WhasA-uaetUed and
tA Alba lawar. aftantaida MOMiamd from
ttiedepune and advanced about Ue." and closing
who ion mi i nil BDrmaT mi.KEaii.
graded winter ; tmcraded red aiSttl
ungraded whtte : Mo. a red and January
501a. Hons in moderate demand and nnehano. 1
ed, Ox1ee--tmcnanged prteer Bio 9VkbUVi. j
pugarrary ssroegiy nera ana aemanei uur; rair
to gaw reniung quocea at i t-iotx i v-io; rennea
nigner ana strong; BtSndard 'A 8.: Molasses
foreign unchanged and aalets Mew Orleans 6iiffi-
o BJoe-teexly and demand moderate. Boaln--nrm.atS2.87ka$2
45. Turpentine quiet and
about steady, at SB. Wool firm and mitet:
uumeaue neeos aoaou; rexas uaai. rorc
sugBtiy m Duyenr favors middies ami and weak;
long dear 8Uj9dl. Lard - opened a shade lower,
afterwards recovered and dosed 7ttdt0ema-her
and strong, at S U.25e$l I.QO. freights to Uver-
eALvgwTOXt-QoJet: mtddUna- lllbar law mld'n
lie: good ordlnan lOlae: net receipta. 1.671:
' ; aales 1,647; etoek 105882; axporta
wise : jo ureal zwsjn t id earns.
nent i to nance
Weekly net rac'nts 18 2a: rroas t A.fl7fl: sates
$.787; exports eoastwlse 670; to Great Britain
i,zih; v) conunent ; nanee i,zu4.
MOSTCLK -Steadr: satddnna- IlUe: nat raeelnta
gross ' ; ewes t8.
; te continent -
Weekly net lecls
; exports te Great Britain
12.080: gross : sales
3 998; coastwise. 9 422; Great Britain 12349;
cnannet ; continent ; France s,b9U.
BALTnroxa Quiet; salddllnc II Me: low Mid
dling llig; good ordinary lOVe; net rac'ts SOS;
.iu. saiae suu: stoex no.usi; exports
rarcbaee fer SckMl
It is understood that the school com
mitteemen in some of the counties have
been purchasing charts, globes, etc,
under the supposition that they are em
braced under the head of school furni
ture. It is said that their authority to
make sueh purchases is very doubtful.
Whenever the school committeemen
make any such purchase, they ought
not to give the order on pe county
treasurer before the articles are deliv
ered, for perhaps they may never be de
livered. It is very true that such an
order on the county treasurer, no mat"
ter whether accepted by the treasurer
or not; no matter whether endorsed by
the seller of the goods or not; no mat
ter whether or. not in the hands of an
innocent holder, who may have paid
much money for the order, cannot be
legally and lawfully paid if the school
committeemen ought not to have given
it, or if the goods are not delivered ac
cording to contract. Ample protection
is afforded the funds in the hands of
the treasurer, who is not justified in
cashing such an order if it ought not to
be paid. But in cases where such an
order, is issued improperly, the person
receiving it from the committeemen
may sell it to some unlucky man, and.
having gotten his money, may let him
whistle. We merely wish to call at-
tention to the fact that orders on $
county treasurer are hot always legally
toed for the money: They are not
commercial notes, drafts or bills of ex
change, and if not good in the hands of
the original holder, are not good in the
hands of any purchaser or subsequent
holder, no matter how much money he
may pay for them.
main t te continent-
Weekly net reets 3.890: gross T.062: sales
750: nmneri 578: exsorti Great Britain
4,994; eoastwlse 922: continent 1,000.
BoaruM-BuU: salddnnai 12s: lew saMdlmw
I ic; gooa eromary uate: net rsierpei l.wsa;
grass 8,084: .anise : stock 5,195; exports s
Weekly net reels 10684: cross 18.114: i
axpons w ureai anam b&vj.
WnJnxaTDM---rtnn: gawdllmt 11 She: lev mfd-
SUng 10 1510a; good ord'y 10 1-1 8c; reCptoeoS;
te Great Britain i to
Weekly net reeelpts 2.888: gross - : exports
eoastwlse 8.078; te Great Britain ; to eon-
nneni iabq. .
Phtt pajmA Steady ; iddlmg 12e: . low
jBtddimg 1 lc: good ordinary lOtfee: netreeetpte
84a: aaiee : SDtnnsrs j
exBons Great Britain-; toeonttnent
WuMs - - M mmtr. sm c iVJ A . 1
1.662: spinners 1.562: eoastwlse : Conanent :
to ureatisnnun iaz; noes i
SATAintAH DaU; middling lie: low mid-
Una lo&ae: cood ordinary lOe: net reeerpts
8,048; gross i j amies 2,000; etoek 114.187;
mm eoasonse : so weai mnain
to France ; to eonttnent . .
Weekly-net recelnts 22.gi9xross 28.021 sales
8,700; exports, to Great Britain 8,881: rrance
; eoastwiae lovooz; sonnneni tssuu.
www OBUuxa-Flrm: middling 'lifter lew
mm io uraat Bruain : : tesranee
eeaatwtse ; ueonunent .
WaaUv aat aeaalnta AK.8QQ. vroas 52.491 :
sales 17XX); exports Great Britain 18 818; caan-
nei : ooasnnse iuev'. STaBoa Mwiounuuaui
Wnrnxs-Qmst: middnng lliaet low xclddTme
10e; good ordinary leee; net melpts 1303:
i- ; sales 1,000: stock 81272: exports
!- ; grance : te ereat Brmua
Weekly net reeelots 127: cross 7.171: sales
650: exports to Great Britain : coastwise
Weekly-net reeeinu&887 ahtemfarta 9.069;
AniBiBTA Ouiat: Lw"- 10ei low
inn jww wwuHMf twvi -mrm.m
anipasMitt 4261; sales 525.
Weekly net Tec a 1.754: snisnvi,zoit satea
ajs-.spmnera ; stoca- ;
Very heavy guano shipments are
reported to be making to points along
the railroads south of Charlotte.
Abridge across Coddle Creek, in
Cabarrus county, gave way last Wed
nesday and precipitated a wagon and
two males into the stream, which was
very much swollen. . The wagon con
tained a colored family, of which one
little child was drowned, and washed
awav. One of the mules was also
Concord's cotton receipts from Sep
tember 1. 1881, to January 1, 1882, were
5,000 bales, and it is thought there is
sufficient in the hands of producers to
run the recelpU to q000.
The Conoord Sun . has donned a
new head-sear, and we can "look at it
as an improTemenW
Jule Morri colored, was kUied on
the railroad near Barrlsbtug the other
day, by a land slide whUe digging
Mad dogs are reponea u oe pienu-
Cbuxlkstoc eteadv: mtddlrng llSM:
aatoduaa lilae: exerdmary lOVfce; netraeetpts
groas : sales 1,000; 7U:
exports nasi wise . j to weat snaun :
te eonttnent---; to France ;leehannei
Weekly net receipts 7.091: gross : sales
700; eoastwlse 7.0HT; eonttnent 10481; Great
mtatn 80; to I ranee laso
ales 849: middling
aac racelpu ; experts to Great Britain
to Tranee : te continent : to
Weekly-net reets 18260; tron 49284; expta
to Great Britain 9,044; Franca 418; continent
180; sales 1.808; stock 8S&&4Z.
Mo9T0ockx Steady; middlng lOSj; low mM
10e; good ordinary Wkf receipts 890; ship-
last year, 11,900; aaiea
lLiOM-Quiet: middling 10c; low middlttf
lOlie; good ordinary uw; receipu eisi
679: stock, present year. 1 1
stock, Ust year.
10217; ahlpmants 1.114,
ODtxxwjg-Oaet: middUng lOtte; low mlddlmg
lOVie; good ordinary 9Uej jeceipu 148; shin.
aSmu Vi4A: sates 696: aninnen n stock
27.585; ex. Great Brttaia - eoastwiae
HAaamiia-DuIl: mlddDnf lilgei low
10ic; teed mkidllRg Me: net receipts
t: a a
1 1 ul over in Cabarros lust now. Dr.
ItW fok hounds were atked in hi. Jji
yard by a rabid dog, and he afterwards 1 84 aupxwaeKl5e stk
ft8 17-83di rVhraan and aTareh ei042diMareh
and AnrU 621-82d: inril and Mat 6 11-1 Sddi May
ana June rxiaxix;
&252d; July and
June and July S 18-16d-s
6 18-I6d: Ancustand
i-k- gwnrea auu ana easier. , .
XjTKBrccs.5 P. ML-sales of Anterioan eotton
&450balea. Upundakmmlddhigelanee: Jan-
nary and Vehtnary delivery 6 9-1 6d: May and Jane
aaga; dan ana rfuy eis-ioa jrutures eweea
firm.. , -s --'
Ealee for the week
rnwvdsi from ships' sides,
........ . . -
Goveramenta-etuet and unchanged
new vo- .....
Fouranda-halt per cents,...
Four per cents,.:..........
State bonds-rathar dull
Bub-treasury balances Gold.
Biocxa Irregular and eloeed rather firm:
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5
Alabama Class A, small.
Alabama Class B, 6's
Alabama Class c. 4's.
Chicago and Northwestern.
Chicago and Northwestern ntefeoed,
Lake Shorn. J. . .
LomsvUle and Nashville
Memphis and Charieston.
Nashville and Chattanooga
I WW IDHMDBaj..,..,
BucauoDB auu uuviue
Book Island.. ....w
Wabash, SC Louis a PadOe. . .'. .
Wabash, St Louis A Pacific prefen'd
JBCDdDITS 1 SIHKIDEBS
V - . ...
-HATING JCBT TAXXN
I JTND I HATE KNTIBKLY
THHHH EITTJGM STOCK
ON HAlfD, 1HD IN OBDXB TO BJEDTJCB H I WILL OVTXB UNTIL FUBTHXB KOTICX,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
CTTT COTTON M1BXXT.
octicb or Tn Obsxsvxb, I
CHAXLom, January 7. 1882. i
The market ifwtsiflu rlmni ontt at th tnnnmm.
tag auotations; ;
Strict low middling.,
axagurrs ros thk wxkx nrnxn trtdat, 6th.
Thursday ., 21
"way ; 189
Total bales 197
OMavrlaHie Prdnee SXavrket.
JAHUABY 6, 1882
Com, perbnsta'l .
BULKsvwhlte, per bushel 1.25a. 50
Pbas. Clay, per bnsh. 90al.00
Applea, per BX.
North Carolina on9Kn
Turkeys, perm. 8
Baxr, per In., net 6a6
Mdttoh. ner In., net
s and Farina.
SELLING PBICE3 WHOLSSALX.
Clear rib lides
, .... fj, .
uaoiee mow uneana...
Uverpool fine l.O0al.25
M eoaree 85al.00
uom, per gauon ai.7oaz.iwj
BreT v - . a2.OOa8.OO
. Apple, per gallon i$2.00a3.og
Peach. . 82.50
WrgxSennBernong, per gallon, $L50
Lard. perm. 15al6
Tatxow, per lb, 8al0
Hama. aanrssssl 16al6i
Apples. rTorutern, per bn . s.2ba.5u
Mmntxln u ,
4 e a aa -
Pnarr Bovau 8. C. Wekly-et recelpU 8.986:
stock 986; exports to Great Britain ; eoast
PxawifisHCS. B. L Weekly- net fecetoU 720:
i stock gsuuo; aaiea ijwu
I '- si-
! Strayed or Stolen
A Black nog, with white noae. white
breast and white fraL A liberal re
ward will ba atvan for hi ramrn to hla owner.
jan 41 u. a. siaiiHi
I seem roar paper of ths8rd Inst, ever the ilg
natare of J. W. Long, a notice that I obtained a
note on htm nnder false pretences. I simply say
m)astlee to myself and friends thrt JLong Is
at aionme, jarraary nta, itsui
Jan7 j .
W. H. CHICK,
Baring Nnteted to the shop, on Tryon street, over
the Independent Hook A Ladder Track House, la
new ready to receive orders for HOU8JE, SIGN
and uanAJacnxAti rAixixuiu, soon as
Guilding, Kalsomioiiig, Frescoing, ic.
HwLXA. Aio. at ndddlmc lie. Weekly
reesipta 8701 aWpmeMa 1,646; stock, nreeent
year, 10,008. ,k" t 1 -
middling He; lew mid-
the whole peck taken to the woods I eomsBatxva oorroar
d Shot though they - were , highly I Ret reeeipti it an Uhttad States porta
UmA t fha vAtaran hnntsr. Thai I frr3rZTllllV I , :.. . T
ncord Son says six rabid dogs were I rpmi
Ilea as XiaTTisoarg in una uy vj oao .i sxporta
AdweDtng noose containing 5 rooms,
kitchen with 2 roosoa, and a well of
mmJ mmtmim Iti tHa vavrf wtrtitn Pimm a.lihj
aaataranw 4 roams, WKna wen wet esi
amtar In Ota rami and a anod cajyaMaWa,
i. Possession trren immediately. -
land -. J. W WABGWOBTB.
TJinBOOW over entrance between Dr. Mc
JD Aden's drug store and J.Tutler's iewelry store
forienttosgoodtenani. - '
jano 6x-r-w -ar.iiuzumBU.
To conrt and a ths eime tttti st antortalnlnt
I Impoaalnia. Dr. Bull's eeask um pu Miaca
The kidneys are nature's sluice-way w waan ouj
and Toys, Xtc., ta
M.i... M.W.H atinniit taad the adverUsetccat
n another eotumn wshm -www- ww. 0. ,
Umi dataria af onr aonatantir enanginc Doaiea.
tnav do acs won nrvDeru uwuvuuw a ,
.v; irk., h mAmm and aa aaon aa von
ana IBKB U latUUIUU.. ' wui vmvmm rmm
uum auu un w. w
A AAA AAA .
in WMK..,. ............. lal.lSO
last rear:. vi25&l
Total exports to this dste....:..v.M M24.818
same damtasi yeaz.. a,uv,i(r
fua at aU United Statea norta. 108.781
8ame time last yea.. 922421
Bteok at ai) intanor te fng.
eamenme mm raar
Btoek at Llverooel.';
Same time last year...t....:..i: 49.00Q
Bfara- af iianrtoaa afloat far flreat .. '
., Brnauu,..-........... ........ awwv it .i -l. -
8ame time met WU..kiiiW 851 AQ 1 WMR K A TJ HR R 13 NT
-J 1 at. VJW tWaw.JL sf '0 VW -aVwM M-Wm- W V $
t town,. M,.....v 21718
1 A nto, large, front room ever onr' store. Pos-
Txv'ssssion grrea musMdtately.i
a TLZTJ. . hulk
was. - WUf'OT. x-jT-'ITJ-T I WaSimAfn 1 1MA , Iinmn and fhniw.
U ennsuy euictffm u euer iwav-iwuiawnni y rvnsw. . 1 - -
rTxexrwoNoon Moderate Inautry rreely sup- -
plied; middling npianas o v-ioa; nuaoang onaans
? 1 i
wiiB geoa ram ana
XXv wan ei water, and a two room kitean: I
Up-1 ten mmnteswalk otthe
y deliver I Apply to .
S3 tWAXTBB BBJLM.
COME AND SECURE A PACKAGE AND
HOYTS COLOGNX, 4711 GXBMAN COLOGNE, TTNI NATL BBTJFHES, FIKB FBEKCH EOAPS
. . JU81 Jtteceivea Dy yulovih a Dunwsi.u
TJT7"C9C "DTTsTTTT Is a superior remedy for all diseases of the BLADDBB.
SjVjyjJL JjiiX O X U KjlX U Soldonlyby - - - W1LE0N A BUBWELL.
rROUND SAGE, 0T&TBiyHwicLi.-s.
T?TXT1? 'TTiTT T?rTrPT? CITT'C Jewelry Cases, Puff Boxes, Hand Mirrors
P 1 lN Vj 1 11 Irlj 1 1 Xli nM Odor Casea. in all stvles and at all Drtces
The largest and nicest aasortment ever t rough t to this market. WILSON & BUBWELL.
TURKISH BATH TOWELS, A 11116 fUSStA
UVTlD A T TXTT7 (HTDB1TED OIL). Hydrallne has been proven of the highest
XI X JXkiiV.XjXlHXya value In consumption, and all wasting diseases, invariably produc
ing Immediate Increase tn weight: Fresh supply ai
Wilson & Burwell-s.
IF YOU. WAHT
Ask your Stationer
or send 85 cents
In stamps for
Of Assorted Pat-
in a JVtcrtet-
Bold by all Stationers.
Irison, Blabiai, Taylor x Co.,
SOUl AOBBTS, NSW YOBX.
fr1 fr t y 1 1 1 1 W vrt in - to
general Hblte ef Charlotte that lie U now forming
classes and wfll grre Instructions en the following
instruments: Violin, ano, amtar, cemet ana
Flute, or anv sttinc tnstroment Can furnish the
highest testimonials ss to ability, and have had
the experience of half a century In teaching.
' Pianos anov Organs tuned and repaired and
sinnnvTusn gnaraninrfi, r
' Can always be found at my Made Boom on
auntn srreet, earner or om .
JUST GO TO
and see what
He has for New Teat's Dinners, and tow vary
cheap he is selling
-FOB NEW YEAE'S PP,E?ENTS: