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LOi; AL MATTERS,
SQNDA.Y, JAN. 22, 1882.
Pbaiajtx Lotos Na 81, A. r. &A M. -Regular
meeting every second and I ourth Monday nights.
Exoxlbior Lodsk No. 261, A, F. & A. IdL Reg
ular meeting every first and third Tuesday night.
Chaklottb Chai?kb No. 89, B. A. M. Regular
meeting every second and fourth Friday nights.
Chablottk Commjjtdabt No. 2, K. T. Regular
meeting every first and third Thursdays.
1SZ. OIF EC.
K rights of Hohob. Begular meeting every
second and fourth Thursdays.
HZ. OP X3
Knights or Pythias. Regular meeting nights
first and third Wednesdays, 7 o'clock p. m. at Ma
sonic Temple Hall.
I. O. O. IF.
Chaklotti Lodgx No. 88. Meets every Mon
MIOTLKNBUB8 DSCLARATIOBl LOD6 NO. ft
Meets every Tuesday night
Drxrs Lodgk No. 108. Meetsevery Thursday
Catawba Rivbb Kncampkxnt No. 21. Meets
lrst and third Thursday nights in each month.
Ttoe Cbnrcbes To-Day.
Young Man's Christian a sociation Devo
tional exercises in the afteraooa at 4Vi o'clock.
St. Pkteb's Cathouo Chobch. Services In the
morning at 10 o'clock, and In the afternoon
at 3 o'clock, by Rev. L. P. O'Connell.
St. Petbb's Episcopal Chubch Services in
the morning at 1 o'clock, and in the evening at
7 o'clock, by Rev. J. B. Cheshire, Rector. Sunday
school at 8Vi o'clock.
First Pbxsbttebiim Chubch. Services In the
morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7
by Kev, Dr. A. W. Miller, pastor Sunday school
lit 3i& o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing at 7 o'clock.
Lutheran Church Services in the morning
at 1 1 o'clock, and in the evening at 7 o'clock, by
the Rev. J. A. Hartman. Sunday School at 8
o'clock p. m.
Baptist Church Services in the morning at
11 o'clock, by the Rev. J. E. Carter. No
services at night. Sunday school at VVi o'clock
Second Pbesbttbbian Chuboh. Services in
the morning at 11 o'clock, and In the evening at 7
o'clock, by Rev. N. M. Woods, pastor. Sunday
School at 4 o'clock.
Trton Street (M. E.) Chubch. Services in the
morning at 1 1 o'clock, and in the evening at 7
o'clock, by Rev. J. T.' Bagwell, pastor. Sunday
school at SVa o'clock. Prayer meeting at 7Vi Wed
Calvabt Mission Church (Methodist.) Ser
vices in the morning at 1 1 o'clock, and In the
evening at 7ifa by the pastor, Bev. J. W. Wheeler.
Sunday school at 9 a. m. Class Meeting at
associate Reformed Presbyterian Chapel.
Services In the morning at 1 1 o'clock, and In the
evening at 7 by Rev. W. T. Waller, pastor. Sun
day school at 10 o'clock.
Colored Presbyterian Chubch. Services In
the afternoon at 8 o'clock and In the evening at
7Va by Rev. Mr. Wyche, pastor. Sunday school at
1 o'clock a m.
Index to New Advertisements.
Dr. Robt J. Brevard A Card.
LeRoy Davidson Cheap Woods.
Forty Tears' Experience or an Old Nurse.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup Is the prescrip
tion of one of the best Female Physicians and
Nurses In the United States, and has been used
for forty years with never-falling safety and suc
cess, bv millions of mothers and children from the
feeble Infant of one week old to the adult. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves wind
colic, regulates the bowels, and gives rest, health
and comfort to mother and child. We believe It
the best and surest remedy In the world. In all
cases of Dysentery and Diarrhoea In children.
whether it arises from teething or from any other
cause. Full directions for using will accompany
each bottle. None genuine unless the fac-simlle
of Curtis x Perkins. Is on the outstde wrapper.
Sold by all medicine dealers. 25 cts a bottle.
Hayesvllle, Ohio, Feb. 11. 1880.
1 am V6ry glad to say I have tried Hop Bitters,
and never took anything that did me as much
good. I only took two bottles and I would not
take SI 00 for the good they did me. I recom
mend them to my patients, and get the best re
sults from their use. C B. Mercer, M. D.
3T Mr. ft. Q. Trezevant, a former
citizen of Charlotte, now residing in
Columbia, Is in the city.
tSMr.D. W. Glass, a prominent
paper manufacturer of Baltimore, was
in the city yesterday.
13?" A goodly number of country peo
ple were in the city yesterday, consid
ering the condition of the roads.
tW Mr. B. B. Newman, a young gen
tleman formerly connected with the
Carolina Central Railroad, and well and
favorably known in this city, was mar
ried to Miss Ella McCarthy, of Augusta
county, Vit, on the 17th inst.
tSBob Stickney, son-in-law of Old
John Bobinaon, the greatest leaper and
bareback rider in the prof ession, and
who is known throughout the country,
is reported to be seriously ill at Ha
vana, from yellow fever. Several mem
bers of the profession have died recent
ly in that city of this fever.
Dr. Rob't J. Brevard, late of
Shelby, who recently located in this
city for the practice of his profession,
makes an announcement in this morn
ing's Observer. Dr. Brevard was for
merly physician at Cleaveland Springs,
and is known throughout this section
of the State as successful practitioner.
EST We have positive assurance from
Messrs. Schiff & Grier, who were re
ported by the Concord Sun as among
the merchants intending to leave Char
lotte, that the statement is without
foundation. They have contemplated
establishing a! wholesale house else
where, but are not at all inclined to
close their business in this place.
In yesterday's Observer the an
nouncement was made on the authori
ty of a Baltimore correspondent of the
Greenville News, that Miss Julia, the
daughter of Stonewall'Jackson, was en
gaged to Mr. Frank Baker, a gentleman
of Baltimore. We are authorized by an
intimate friend of the young lady to say
that the announcement is not true, a
correction we take pleasure in making.
The assay of gold bullion at the Char
lotte mint for the month of December
amounted to $10,063.23, which is a con
siderably higher figure than for any
month of the last quarter of the year.
The assays for the last three months
were as follows: October, $5,824.69;
November, $2,662.39 ; December, 10,063.
23, making a total for the three months
of $18,010.31. The business so far gives
promise of being larger for the present
month than in December.
lISIUTCa' - ... . I imniHUII UUtn'KSWi:
Alexander Bouse, the colored dray- . It is understood that there will be ail
man that was arrested at the same time important meeting of the Charlotw
that John Williams and his wife were, Chamber of Commerce, at their rooms,
las a party implicated in stealing goods cmday evenmg, 23d inst, to discuss
from freight cars in this city, yesterday r hat action shall betaken by the busi-
had an examination and was .released.
The only evidence against Bouse
was the fact that he had hauled the
stolen property, and it was not proven
that he was aware at the time that Wil
liams had stolen the goods.
Bouse is a drayman in the city, and
we make this statement in justice to
him, that the public may understand
his connection with the matter.
The fines and costs imposed at the
mayor's court yesterday morning,
amounted to $32.60, divided between
three offenders. Clarke Hall, who has
not been doing his usual share towards
the support of the city government,
came in yesterday for $7.50 for his
chronic irregularity. A white man
named Walker was also fined $7.50 for
being drunk, and Youngblood. from
Steel Creek, found that the thorough
fares of the city, when used as a race
track, rent at pretty steep figures. For
his wild riding of Friday and the addi
tional offense of being drunk he was
required to ante to the amount of
ness Imen of the city in regard to the
erection of a Federal court house and
postofflcein Charlotte. A letter from
our representative in Congress will be
read, and it is hoped that the whole
Bubject may be discussed in all its bear
ings, to the end that the committee who
have the matter in charge may learn
the views of the members of the cham
ber. Let every member attend.
Bev. J. A. Hartman, of Chambers-
burg, Pa., will preach at the Lutheran
church in this city this morning and
Rev. J. E. Carter, of Wilson, N. C
will preach at the Baptist church this
Rev. J. T. Bagwell, pastor.will preach
at Tryon street Methodist church this
morning on the subject of "Justifica
tion by faith" text Rom. 5:1, and at
7 o'clock p. m., subject, "Man" text
Not In the Untitles.
The Pee Dee Bee wants to know why
The Observer failed to criticise the
appearance in its columns of a mis
spelled word. In the first place The
Observer is not in the habit of criti
cising such matters, and in the second
place wo seldom read our exchanges
for typographical errors. If these reas
ons are not sufficient the additional one
may be given that when the average
newspaper man sets himself up as a
critic he generally "puts his foot in it."
Bid row) Alum and Iron sfbikos Watxs urn
Mass. The great tonic and alterative contains
Iwlce as much Iron and fifty per cent, more alum
tnum than any "alum and iron mass" known.
Just the thing for the "spring weakness" now bo
feneral. Sold by all druggists of any standing,
rices reduced one half.
t, - ,
A FAULTLESS FAMILY MEDICINE.
"I have used in my family Simmons Liver Regu
lator, preDaredby J. H. Zedln Co., for the last
eight or ten years, and found It to supercede any
thing recommended for chills, fever aod ague. I
have given up calomel, quinine and all other mer
curial treatments. I give It to my children, from
one year old to those of twenty-five years old. It
Is all you could wish in a family. Please use my
name as you wish. Very truly.
E. H. URBAKKS,
Crawford county, tia."
A New Haven minister of the gospel told one of
his deacons that be was constantly hearing a loud
sound, which kept him awake nights. Since using
Br. Benson's Celery and Chamomile Fills, his
hearing has become normal, and his nerves are
steady and true.
m n m
Coughs. "Brown's Broneslal Troches" Till
allay Irritation which Induces coughing, giving
often-tlmes immediate relief In Bronchitis, In
' fluenza, Hoarseness, and Consumption and Asth
Rheumatism in its worst form, has never been
known to fail to yield to S. 8. 8. when taken as
directed. It never falls to cure.
You are sick; well, there is Just one remedy that
will cure you beyond possibility of doubt. If It's
Liver or Kidney trouble, consumption, dyspepsia,
debility, Well's Health Renewer is your hope. SI.
Druggists. Depot, J. H. McAden, Charlotte, N. C.
To promote a vigorous g owth of the hair, use
Parker's Hair Balsam. It restores the youthiui
color to gray hair, remove dandroff, and cures
tchlng cf the scalp.
Ttr N T. Rallnwav. Monroe. Ga.. says: 8. 8. 8.
stands without a Deer, the profession will have to
acknowledge it a specific for blood diseases.
Richmond and DanvlII Dividends.
The Board of Directors of the Rich
mond and Danville Railroad Company
met in Richmond Thursday and declar
ed a 2 per cent, quarterly dividend, pay
able out of the net earnings up to De
cember 31st, payable 15th of February ;
also, a dividend of 1 per cent., payable
February 15th, out of the profit from
the company's privilege in the Virginia
Midland road making 3 per cent, that
will be paid February 15th.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Richmond and West
Point Terminal Railway and Ware
house Campany, controlled by the
Richmond and Danville Company, was
held in the office of the company in
Richmond Thursday. The old board
was re-elected, with the excoption of
Mr. Perkins, of New York, whore
signed on account of his health. Major
J. H. Dooley was elected in his place.
No other business of importance was
T141 powder never varies. A maml (rf Pnty,
strengtfiand wholesomeness More ecOTumlcai
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
), petition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or pbospbatejpowderj. Srid only in
can BOY AL BAKING POWBKBCO.,
nov28 ! Mew York.
LeRoy Davldon. Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C
A UAiidflT. thA iftth day of February, 1883.1
W win exDose to public sale at the court house.
in CbariotteTan undivided halt Interest ifl i a tract
of land in Berry bill township, adjoining Unds ol
land in Berryblll township, adjoliilng UnC
MVHnAll ttlHAIt. now wo
property of L Monroe Reed, deceased. 5
tract contains one hundred acres, well watered ana
improved, and produces good cotton, corn ana
wheat. .- . . i
Terms: Fifty dollars cash : balance of pnr
money on nloe months credit, purchaser giving
bond and security for purchase money. --. v
W. R. BKRBYHILL, Adm'r. ;
Janl7 wtds of I. Monroe Reed. ,
The Century magazine may now be
considered fairly started on its way
under the cew name, and its issues,
since the change was made, have been
universally commended as of rare
beauty and interest. The February
number has been received, and it can
be said that it is an ideal number. The
illustrations are superior to any maga
zine illustrations of the time, and the
table of contents offers a rare treat to
the reader. A special feature of inter
est in this number is the drama of
"Esmeralda," founded on a short story
of the same name by Mrs. Burnett, the
four leading characters of which are
given to North Carolians. The Century
Company, publishers, 83 East 17th st.,
In the February number of the
North American Review, Prof. George
P. Fisher, of the Yale Divinity School,
whose writings x on the supernatural
origin of Christianity and on ecclesias
tical history are well known, comes to
the defence of the Christian Religion
against the attacks of modern doubt
and infidelity. No abler or more emi
nent advocate for the orthodox faith
could be summoned into the controver
sy that has lately been waged on this
high theme, and it is not too much to
say that Prof. Fisher Justices, eyery ex
pectation bj the yigor. and clearness
with which he handles the subject. He
disclaims, however, the position of a
debater, and makes no direot referenoe
to Col, Ingersoll's insults, although he
necessarily deals with the objections so
brilliantly and audaciously presented
by that doughty combatant. He pro
ceeds in a very orderly manner u
maintain a series of positions in regard
to the origin, essential character and
beneficent effects of the Christian
faith, which are intended in them
selves to furnish the answer to all ob
jections and cavils. The North Amer
ican Reviuw, SO LaFayette Place, New
Entertainment Friday Night.
At the opera house next Friday night
an entertainment will be given by the
young ladies of Tryon Street Methodist
Sunday school, which, for novelty will
surpass anything of the kind ever at
tempted heretofore in Charlotte. Those
taking parts have received careful
training by a lady competent to under
stand the requirements of the pro
gramme, and the probabilities are that
tne anair win De one oi tne most en
joyable novelties of the season.
The entertainment will open with an
auction sale of 250,000,000 children, (the
sale will be made by sample, as it has
been found that this number cannot be
placed on the stage at one time,) and
this part of the programme will be a
surprise to the audience. It is most
beautiful and affecting, as well as novel
and interesting. After the conclusion
of the auction will follow music, con
sisting of duets, quartets, solos, &c.,
and recitations, the entertainment to
conclude with the grand spectacular
"Fan Drill," which, though first sug
gested by Addison in 1711, is new in
Charlotte, as it has never been pro
duced in the State so far as we know.
The drill is set to music, and will be
performed by a number of costumed
young ladies, who will move to the bars
of the music The drill is of considera
ble length, and properly rendered is as
beautiful as it is amusing. A number
of the movements are noted : The au
dacious flirt; the majestic wave; the
scornful wave; the modest flutter; the
invitation flutter; present fans; shoul
der fans; carry fans; discharge your
fans; ground your fans ; etc., etc. The
auction and the drill are to be the two
features of the evening, and the whole
programme will furnish a rare treat.
The Special Term of Court
In this week's Home and Democrat is
found a short notice about the Superior
Court now in session in this county,
Judge Bennett presiding, which is a
"stunner," to say the least. The follow
ing is the article;
"The present term of the Superior
Court affords an apt illustration of tbe
word "special," for no general good is
likely to result from the session. Paying
a judge $100 a week to sit on the bench
and listen to lawyers argue for hours as
to the right of witnesses to testify, is a
luxury tax-payers prefer to dispense
with. Two weeks' summing up: Elsie
Britton vs. Air Line Railroad, Culp vs.
Air Line Railroad, consumed many
days, cases that should never have been
allowed to come before a judge of the
Superior Court. This tardiness in busi
ness is caused by lawyers consuming
so much time in talking, and we sug
gest the practice of limiting each coun
sel, the time determined on by the
judge. Our lawyers would then con
dense their matter, and save the time
now consumed trying to recover one
dollar for client to help pay counsel
fees of 320."
The court closed the second week of
its session yesterday evening, and after
reading the Home and Democrat the
conclusion must be had that in this
time but two canes have been tried, as
the business of the term is summed up
and but two are mentioned. Such
statements as the one given above are
calculated to bring the courts of the
State Into contempt, which would be a
lamentable state of affairs even if the
facts justified the statement. In this
case the writer has evidently not taken
the trouble to ascertain how rapidly the
business of the court is being dis
patched, as the record shows that up to
yesterday evening, tbe twelfth day of
the session, forty-eight cases have been
disposed of, which is an average of
four a day. The Home and Democrat
may consider this equivalent to doing
nothing, but the members of the bar of
the citv are of opinion that the record
is seldom surpassed by any court hear
ing similar cases. Judge Bennett has
received the highest commendations
from legal gentlemen here for the man
ner in which he has dispatched the
business of the court. The docket is a
large one, the accumulation of years,
and it is to be presumed that the dispo
sal of the cases, or a portion of them,
will result in some general good, even,
if the judge isTpaid $WO per weak for
his work. Judge Bennett has devoted
more of his time to the business of the
court than any judge that has ever held
a previous term here, but it would seem
that he is unable to give satisfaction,
notwithstanding the fact that court
is opened at 8 a. m. and held till late
in the evening.
Gone to Piece,
Claire Scott and her company gave a
performance in Statesville since their
appearance here, and the following ex
tract from the Landmark tells what
"They had been playing since the 1st
of December against bad weather and
were consequently a good deal reduced
in finances, and, having a good house
here the first night, Miss Scott, Co
burn and two or three other mem
bers of the company left here on the
eastern train Saturday, leaving the
salaries of other members unpaid.
Those left behind organized as Lovell's
Comedy Company and desired to play
tnat night, but Maneger van .reic very
properly declined to allow this, since
Miss Scott who had been advertised
as the attraction was no longer here.
xne comedy company gave a perfor
mance Monday night, an'd by this
means raised money enough to get out
Now, if Pauline Markham will take
her company off away off to the bor
ders of Texas and do likewise, she
will have the heartfelt thanks of a dis
gusted community, and she could do
nothing else that would go so far to
wards redeeming her in the estimation
of the public.
Coffee drinkers should read the advertisement
n another column headed "Good Coffee."
fetid Jdtm 62?-82d: Jofieatld July efed; July
and August e 2-82d; August and September
i-r . futures Arm. -
Vxvr Yobx -Futures closed steady. Sales 2,
000. January.... 12009.00
June, - 12.803.81
The Posfs statement says: The future deliveries
at the first call exhibited no change, bat were sold
down soon afterward and with the exception of
January had declined at bout noon 7 to 8-100.
The market closed steady at 8 to 5-100 lower than
yesterday, and compared with last 8atnrday, Jan
uary 4 100 dearer; balance 7 to 12-100 lower.
New 5's. 1.02
Four and a half per cents, 1.14
Four per cants, 1.18$
State bonds fairly active
Bub-treasury balances Gold. 274.049,000
" " -Currency... 4,545,000
Stocks. 11 A. M. The market opened firm,
and 160 Ue per cent higher than the closing
prices of yesterday, the Manhattan Elevated, St
Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba leading therein.
In early dealings the market recorded a decline
with an occasional fractional reaction of 401
percent the Denver A Bio Grande, Beading,
Michigan Central and Wabash preferred being
most prominent in tbe downward movement
Stocks Closed Irregular:
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5
Alabama Class A, small
Alabama Class B, 5's
Alabama Class C. 4's...
Chicago and Northwestern
Chicago aod Northwestern preferred,
Louisville and Nashville
Memphis and Charleston
Nashville and Chattanooga
New York Central.
Richmond and Allegheny
Richmond and Danville
Wabash, St. Louis ft Pad lie.
Wabash, St. Louis & Paclfle pref err'd
AT COST !
AT COST. AT COST.
eHAVKG JUST TAKXN-
1 FIND I HAVE ENTIRELY
S T OCE
ON BAND, AND IN ORDER TO REDUCE IT 1 WILL OFFKB UNTIL FUBTHKB NOTICE,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
decS 3 lm
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Office of Tbx Obsxbvkb. I
CnjLRLOTTB, January 22, 1882. f
The market yesterday closed weak at the follow
Good Middling. ll&b
Strictly iniddllng,... nu
Strict low middling. 11
Low middling.. 10
Storm cotton 609
Sales yesterday 29 bales.
When the system has been filled with Mercury
S. 8. S. should be taken to rid the body of Its every
effects, it is a complete antidote.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
JANUARY 21. 1882
BaIiTTMobx Noon Flour unchanged; How
ard street and Western super $425085.00;
extra 85.iJ50S8.OO; family 88.25087.00; city
mills, super 84.50085.25; extra $6 50086.25;
family 87.5o$7.75; Rio brands 87.00; Patapsco
family 88.25. Wheat Southern very quiet; West
ern strong and higher; Southern rd 81-88081.48;
amber 81.43081-46; No. 1 Maryland S1.461&
asked; No. 2 Western winter red spot 81-4110-$1,414:
January 81.41t bid; February 81-42-081-43;
March 81.45081-45; April 81.47
bid. Corn-8outhem higher; Western steady;
Southern white 76; do yellow 6907a
Bjulttxowc Night Oats dull; Southern
50052; Western white 51052; mixed 49050;
Pennsylvania 50052. Provisions in Instances
higher: mess nork SI 8.50. tfulk meats -shoulders
and clear rib sides, packed 7109. Bacon -shoulders
814; clear rib sides 10; hams 180131&.
Lard refined 121. Coflse dull; Rio cargoes
ordinary to fair 809. Sugar- dull ; A soft 9
Whiskey-firm, at $1.17081 18. Freights un
changed. Chicago Flour quiet, but firm. Wheat strong
and higher; No. 2 Chicago spring 81-81081.81 la
for cash; 81.8114 for January; 81.81 for Febru
ary. Corn steady, with a fair demand, at 6O0
6114 tor cash; 60 for January; 60 for February ,
Oats in fair demand and at a lower rate, at 42
for cash and January; 42 for February. Barley
firmer, at 81.08. Dressed hogs steady, at
$7 85. Pork active, firm and higher, at 817.70
0817.75 for cash; 817.650817.70 for January;
t 17.6710817.70 for February. Lard easier, at
11.15 for cash; January; 811-1710811.20
for February. Bulk meats steady and unchang
ed; shoulders 80-50; short rib 8910; short clear
89.45. Whiskey steady and unchanged, at
Krw York Southern flour firm and quiet;
common to fair extra S5.250S&3O; good to
choice do 8840087.871b. Wheat-opened t40le
higher and somewhat unsettled, and dosing firm
at a shade under the highest rates; ungraded spring
81-03081-19; ungraded winter : ungraded
red $1.11081-48; ungraded white 81.81081.41;
No. 8 red. January$1.460SL4714; February
. Corn a shade higher, feverish, unsettled
and less doing, and closing stronger at tbe highest
prices; ungraded 68M07O14; low mixed ;
Southern yellow 7OJA071; do white 76080, and
90 for fancy; No. 2, January 69; February .
Oats less active and prices without a marked
change, and closing firmer; No. 8. 48. Hops-firm
and trade moder&lai Yearllnes 1 2022 : New Yorks
20028. Coffee unchanged and dull: Bio 8 0
101. Bugar-dull. weak aod unchanged; fair to
good refining quoted at 707Hj; refined steady
and in fair demand; Standard A 808. Molas
ses foreign dull and nominal; New Orleans very
strong and quoted at 50072. Bice steady and
moderately active. Rosin stronger, at $2.871AS
i.2ik. Tumentlna dull and weak, at 5&Uu
Wool more active, quiet and firm; Domestic fleece
86050; Texas 14081. Pork-opened 10015c
per barrel higher and trade very quiet. Middles
firmer and quiet; long dear 0; short dear .
Lard-opened 71fc0 10c higher and fairly active,
but dosing firm, at 811-800081 185 for January.
Freights to Liverpool market easier.
G ALTX3TOH Firm ; middling 11 c; low mld'ng
lle; good ordinary 10c; net receipts 1.805;
gross 1,828: sales 200; stock 94,787; exports
coastwise 202; to Great Britain i to conti
nent : to France .
Nobiolk Easy; middling 11 18-1 6c; net ree'ts
2,557 -.gross : stock 48.349; exports coast
wise 246; tales 790: exports to Great Britain
; to continent .
BALtmoBB-Quiet: middling llc; low mid
dling 11; good ordinary 101; net ree'ts ;
gross 17; sales ; stock 67,777: exports
coastwise ; spinners 75; exports to Great
Britain : to continent .
Bootok Steady; middling 12c; low middling
Uo; rood ordinary 10e; net receipts 818;
gross 1,890; sales - : stock 9,470; exports to
Greaf Britain : to Trance.'-
Whjchotoh Steady; middling UlfeC; low mid
dling 11 l-16c; good ord'y 10816c; reepts849;
gross ; sales -; Stock 7558;. exports
coastwise 991; to Great Britain 1,748; to
continent . x
Philadelphia- Quiet; ' middling I21fecs low
middling lllfcei od ordinary lOlfac: net receipts
1.087; gross 1.096: sales - ;splnners 193: stock
lB.Oil: exports Great Britain 2,000; to continent
Charlotte l?rodnce BEsurlLeu
JANUARY 20, 1882.
Cobh. per bush'l 85
MBAL, " 9CM
WBXAT ............ ........
Bxahs, 'white, per bushel... 1.25a.50
Pxas, Clay, per bush. 90al.00
Lady, " 1.60
White, " 75a80
Apples, per lb.
Peaches, peeled ....
Sees, per dozen.
Turkeys, per ID.....
Bxkt, per lb., net
Mutton, per lb., net..
Pobk, ' " ..
(IN TWO AND THREE BUSHEL SACKS.)
SELLING PRICK3 WHOL1ESALK.
Clear rib sides 10
Prime Rio 14al63A
White .... lOall
Sugar Syrup 35a5f
Choice New Orleans SOaftO
Llverpool fine l.O0al.25
Corn, per gallon 81.75a2.00
Rye, " S2.00a3.00
Apple, per gallon. 82.00a3.00
Peach, " $2.50
Won, Scuppernong, per gallon. $1.50
Lard, per In. loalftft
Delinpents Mil Please Call and Settle.
Tallow, per ID
N.C. hog round.....
Il&X&Se Xt GL
: Apples, Northern, per bbl
" Mountain, "
Mackerel No. 1
ye IPay Special Attention
Dr. Robert J. Brevard, RETAIL TRADE
And have a large and well selected Stock adopted for this
-BRANCH OF OUR BUSINESS,
To which we gire our personal attention. We have received a full supply of
Which for purity and excellence cannot be surpassed, for pre
scription purposes, and will be used exclusively for this trade.
W CALLS ANSWERED AT ALL HOURS OF THE NIGHT BY EXPERIENCED CLERKS, -ffl
WILSON k BURWELL, Trade Street
(Late of Shelby and resident Physician at Cleave
rYTEB3 his Professional Services to the dti-
KJ sens ot Charlotte and vicinity. Office over
Wriston's Drug Store; residence corner Tryon and
Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks, Cranberries,
DRSS8ED POULTRY EVERY SATURDAY.
S. M. H O WELL'S.
Jrm S,StA FOR SALE OR RENT.
erdinarr lOe: net receipts
2,802; gross t sales 2,200; stock 90.679;
! exports ooastwu awo; 10 ureas Britain 4,040;
to jrranoe : mi ouuuotun . .
, Nxw Oblxaxs-Quiet; middling llfte; low
middling HVc; good ordinary lOfte; net receipts
878: groat 4.982: sales 8,000: stock 883.808;
exports to Great Britain 12262: to France
THE sew and commodious residence
built by H. T. Butler, on Tryon street
lust beyond the track of the
, Co. Good bargain.
Mi A., X. I V
JL H. GLOVES,
-: to continent 1,128..
MoBM-Qoiet; lnlddling ilfcei 'ifvoativ TTOR SALE OR RENT,
liic; good ordinary 10e; net receipts 903; I VA K).x-ixa
Kidnev-Wort moves the bowels regularly,
cleanses tbe blood, and radically cures joaney
1 aMsse. gravel, piles, bilious headache and pates
which are eamW by disordered w andkidneys.
Thousanas nave oeen cuiwj wu ""rT; tXXV.?
..a Vnn AmmArnt arill toll - n that it IS 0M Of
HID u- r -.,, ,j . If- BAHAn f
positive and soreln eluter.-Dallas Texas Herald.
The proof of the value of any article is its popu
lar use and the testimony in its favor. The sale
of Dr. Bolt's cough sirup is immense an we fesu
mmm I" ' 1
PREMATURE LOSS OF THE HAIR .
May be entirely prevented by the use of BUB
NETTS COCOAINX. No other eompound pos
sesses the peculiar properties hlch so exactly
suit the various conditions of the human hair. It
softens the hair when harsh and dry. - R soothes
the Irritated scalp. It affords the richest lustre. It
prevents the hair from falling off. It promotes Its
healthy, rigorous growth. It is not greasy nor
sticky. It leave no disagreeable odor.: ft kills
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts areknwntODetne
stoek 40,803: exports
10 Great Britain ;
shipments sales 175;
Coffee drinkers should read the advertisement
In another column headed "Good Coffee."
gross : sales 600;
coast 1,682: rranee
to eontmeni .
Uxmfhd FItm; middling
AUQ03TA -Steady; inlddlmg lllfcc; low
dllng I04c; goed ordinary 10a; reeelptt
shipments -f-Tja8K7, , - t.
Chablxsox rNomlnal; middling . 1 lc; low
middling 11 tec; good ordinary I0c; net receipts
1.063; gross -: sales 5,000; stock 75.949;
exports eoastwise : to Great Britain 2,716:
to eo&ttnent i to France j to channel
Nxw Yobk Dull; sales 482: middling up
lands 12c; middling Orleans 12 6-1 6c: oonsoll-
dated net receipts ib,uos; exports to ureal ornain
2302; to France., to continent 1,123; to
channel . , ,
Total visible suply of cotton' fur the world is
AiwiAOJll- Af .-vhliih QKfiATM fa InvlMll!
against 2,84,698 and 2,418.658 respectively laj
Uvnreob -noon QnteV w wnenangea;
Silddllng uplanas O ll-l en; middling oneans
6 13-I6d; sales i,000ispeeulattOD and export 600;
MMifiu A.MHJZ unanmn x.iuu uouuiua nni
6 111 6d; ' January and February 6 21-82d-
6 ll-lftd! February and March 6 11-1 6d; March
I and April 6d; April, and, May 0 2o-raa; stay
A Six room house, with good yard ana
well of water, and a two room kitchen;
tan minntmi walk of the nubile sauare.
AddIt to WALTER BRKiL
FOR SALE OR RENT.
rpHE house and lot on B street, formerly occu-
3. Died or Tnos. a. BprmKie, is ir
ply to Tuua.u.iiAUunAun,
tK7 f S. AT
IF YOU YAHT
A REALLY GOOD
Ask 5 Stationer
or send 5 cents
in stamps foe
Jn 11 XickrJr
plalcd Match lion.
Sold by all Btatiouors.
Ivisoa, ElaSeman. Tayly & Co.,
Sole Agsjtts, New Vouk.
A ood store housa sjm iota, at
XIl Matthews', N.U xnenouse
is two stories high, with seven .'HP
moms tan icaiirtL and basement,
antkshla fur MtlAwM U Mil W
business. Matthews' U one of the growing towns
a the state, arid has lust now a flomlsnlng school
mW smmwI shrmth wwtImswTMA. " 5 '
.nTwui be soW at a bargain to a bona
M. - - . . s
. in ih itnM tuni 1. stock of flenaral Mer
chandlse,puwliasedlastfail,whlch Will be soia
Ianl8 dit w2t , lUtttteiii'iN.a
K n VAMCX. W. H BAILR.
VANGE & BAILEY,
AttornevB and Ooinigellorg
CHARLOTTE, N. a
Practice in Supreme Court of the United States.
Supreme txxin 01 norui uuvuuo, swrai
Courts, and counties of Mecklen
burg. Cabarrus, Union, Gas
ton, Bowan and Da-ridson.
KdB? Office, two doors east of Independence
gqoare. raayzv a
RO. D. GRAHAM,
TS the State and United state Courts. Collec
X ttona. , Homa and Foreign, solletted. ad
streets of Titles, Surreys, k&, fnrnlshed for com
urriva r . m, wwiw "w
JUST GO TO
and see what
He has for New Yeai'j Dinnersfiand how very
cheap he is selling
Toys and Fancy Articles
-JOB NEW YEAR'S TBESENTS. f