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XOTKBID AT TH POBT-OxTIC AT CBABIXITB,
N Cu Skookd-Clabs m attxb.1
SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 1882.
Tt is said in (laonria that Gen. Gar-
trell will be the independent candidate
Justice Hunt has been retired and
can now go on and draw his pension
The assessed value of the increase of
property in the city of Galveston within
the past year is $2,000,000.
The South Carolina Legislature
passed a resolution to adjourn on
lOtih of February.
Mr. Scoville says that when the ex
citement of the trial is over Guiteau
will become ;i raving maniac.
The Greensboro North State asserts
positively that "Hon. David A. Jenkins
will be appointed collector of the sixth
Jury packing has become so common
in the city of Chicago that the Bar As
sociation has fcbeen compelled to take
the matter in hand.
Moral Boston last year shipped two
thousand barrels of rum into Africa,
and some red shirts to the little savages,
through the missionaries, as an offset
to the rum.
When 03car Wilde speaks a
63thetic smile (whatever that is)
sDreads his countenance, and he
"just too sweet to live."
Cholera, yellow fever, and theChag
iei fever, among the employes on the
Lesseps Isthmus canal, are giving a
great deal of trouble. Many of the en
gineers have died.
Baltimore business men have organ
ized a manufacturers' aid association,
with a capital of $1,000,000 to encourage
manufacturing enterprises in that city.
This is amove in the right direction.
An Indiana Republican has taken for
the subject of a discourse to the Hoo
siers: "Can a Democrat get to Heav
en?" That depends upon how much
he associates with Republicans.
Chicago is making herself very active
on the woman question. Virtuous
Chicago. Perhaps after getting through
with the much-married Mormons she
will revise her divorce records.
The jury of inquest on the Spuyten
Duyuil railroad disaster have found the
brakemen, engineers, conductors and
management of the road responsible
for the disaster, and this opens up a fine
case for damages against the company.
The jail and the penitentiary, like
death, level all ranks. The Tichborne
claimant picks oakum in an English
prison in a gang with two negroes, and
his fellow-convicts regard him as no
less a fraud than the Court of the
Queen's Bench did.
Lawrence Barrett and other trage
dians have been attending the Guiteau
trial at every opportunity. Their ob
ject is to make a study of the assassin,
probably for a correct presentation of
his character when the great tragedy of
the death of Garfield shall be drama:
The Raleigh News and Observer says:
"It is reported here that Judge Ralph P.
Buxton had been appointed Judge of
the United States District Court to fill
the vacancy created by the death of
Judge Brooks. This needs confirma
tion, but we think it highly probable."
Raleigh News and Observer: "Gen.
Clingman expresses the opinion that
North Carolina needs a good shaking
up in her politics. Perhaps the General
still has hopes of possible preferment,
but we suspect that the popular feeling
is that younger men are more in accord
with public sentiment."
Lynchburg News: The scheme pro
posed by the News of a railroad through
the Southern tier of Virginia counties
to the Ashe county (N. C.) line, was fa
vorably commented on yesterday. It
is believed by practical business men
to be, the most promising enterprise
that can occupy the attention of the
city or the counties interested.
Mr. Scoville says that he will file a
motion for a new trial on the ground
that the verdict is contrary to the evi
dence, and he will also allege that the
jurors read newspapers while the trial
was in progress, and held conversation
with outside parties. If his motion is
overruled he will take an appeal to the
court in banc. "
Mr. Scoville says he is satisfied that
the jury made their verdict over a
week ago. H thinks the charge of the
court was one-sided and strongly
against the prisoner. Mr. Reed, of
counsel for the defense, says Judge
Cox made the strongest speech for the
prosecution. Notwithstanding the ver
dict he still thinks the prisoner insane,
and that it will be an outrage to hang
him. There were two ballots taken by
the jury, the first being eleven for
guilty and one blank. The time they
were out was mostly consumed in read
ing the indictment.
Hailroad Project In 9Iiitstippl.
Jackson, Miss, Jan. 27, 1882. The
House has under discussion a bill
to incorporate , the Paciflic Railroad
Company. The act to incorporate
the Mississippi Railroad Company has
nassed the Senate. The railroad eommit-
remorted favorably, on several other
railroad bills. Resolution was adopted
in House and in Senate yesterday in
structing representatives of State in
Congress to oppose Cowden's canal
scheme. There is some talk of calling
a constitutional convention.
Xw more of Use Murder era on Trial.
rrNrnrNTWATr. Jan. 27 A special from
en yesterday to try .bins
the GiDDons muruoi, u v"
The House Receive
Private Bill, and
HeiM-'-. i Few
Washington, Jan. 27 Senate.
The Senate, at 1 o'clock, resumed the
consideration of the Sherman three
per cent, bond bill.
Sherman moved to amend so asto
make the bonds redeemable at the
pleasure of the government at any
time after January 1st, 1887.
After discussion the amendment of
Davis, of West Virginia, striking out
the time features of the new bonds
and making them payable at any time
at the option of the government was
carried. Ayes, 38; noes, 26.
An amendment offered by Harris to
provide that the .new issues shall be
three year bonds was adopted. Ayes,
33; noes 26.
An amendment offered by Sherman
allowing the subscriptions for new
bonds to be mad at postal money order
offices, upon postmasters giving addi
tional bonds, was agreed to.
Sherman's amendment as modified to
rovide for three year bonds was then
ost. Ayes, 25 ; noes, 36.
The Senate then took up Vests
amendment which makes the proposed
issue of $200,000,000 of three per cents,
the sole basis for an increase of circu
lation by any national banks now in
existence, or for the circulation of any
national bank hereafter established.
Pugh submitted amendments modi
fying the provisions of Vest's amend
ment, as follows:
First, Making more emphatic the
Erovision that it shall apply only to
anks hereafter organized or increas
ing their capital.
Secorfd, Striking out the proviso
which forfeits the charter of the na
tional bank if it keeps bonds on deposit
after they have ceased to bear interest.
Third, Making sections 5,159 and
5,160 of the revised statutes which
Vest's amendment re-enacts, apply only
to new three per cents.
A discussion followed, participated
in by Hill, of Georgia, Plumb, Beck
and Hawley, when it was agreed to
defer the vote until the amendment as
proposed to be amended together with
the sections repealed and re-enacted
thereby, could be printed. Upon this
agreement the bill was informally laid
Pending a motion for ah executive
session Butler introduced a bill for a
public building aWireenville, S. C. Re
ferred. Ferry introduced a bill granting pen
sions to certain Union soldiers and
sailors of the war of the rebellion who
were confined in so-called Confederate
Messages from the President were
read transmitting, in further response
to the Senate resolution of December
13, a report from the Secretary of State
embodying the purport of a recent tel
egram from the special envoy of the
United States setting forth the condi
tions of peace presented by Chili, also
a further response to the Senate reso
lution calling for the correspondence
touching the modification of the Clay-ton-Bulwer
treaty. Referred to Com
mittee on Foreign Relations.
The Senate, at 4 :20, after an execu
tive session of 30 minutes, adjourned
The following is the full text of the
"That bonds herein authorized shall
not be called in and paid so long as any
bonds of the United States heretofore
issued bearing a higher rate of interest
than three per centum and which are
redeemable at the pleasure of the Uni
ted States are outstanding. The last of
said bonds issued under this act shall
be first called in and this order of pay
ment shall be followed until all such
have been paid."
House. The committee on census
to-dav agreed to report to the House
with a favorable recommendation, Rep
resentative McCord's apportionment
bill with certain amendments, one of
which is that the total numberof mem
bers in the House shall be 320.
Townsend off ered a resolution calling
on the Secretary of the Interior for in
formation on file in his department
relative to charges that the Mormons
are inciting the Piute and Navajo In
dians in Arizona to outbreak and law
The Speaker proceeded to call com
mittees for reports of a private nature.
Under this call a few private bills were
reported and placed on the calendar.
The House then, at 12:40, went into
committee of the whole, Townsend, of
Ohio, in the chair, on the private calen
dar. At 4 o'clock the committee rose and
the House passed a number of private
Caswell, from the committee on ap
propriations, reported the postoffice ap
propriation bill, and it was referred to
the committee of the whole.
Randall, of Pennsylvania, inquired
whether the bill would be called up for
action, aa there was a great desire
among many members to investigate
the bill pretty thoroughly.
Caswell stated that he would call it
up on Wednesday next.
Prescott, of New York, from the
committee on census, reported the ap
portionment bill. Referred to House
Colericb, of Indiana, presented a mi
nority report. Same reference.
The bill last named was made the
special order for Tuesday next.
The Speaker laid before the House a
message from the President transmit
ting a further response to the House
resolution of the 24th inst, a report of
the Secretary of State embracing the
purport or a recent telegram from the
special envoy of the United States, set
ting forth the conditions of peace pre
sented by Chili, also a communication
from the Secretary of the Navy in an
swer to a resolution of the House, call
ing for information in relation to cer
tain lands and harbors known as the
Chiriqui grant. Referred.
The House then, at 5: 05, adjourned
Respite Asked For
New Orleans, La., Jan. 27. A
number of gentlemen have interested
themselves in the case of Augusta
Davis, condemmed to be executed to
morrow, and are making an effort to in
duce the Governor to grant a reprieve
for a few days. The Governor took
the matter under advisement, and pro
posed to see District Attorney Finney
and Judge Roman, before whom Davis
A Legal Point Settled ffith Pistol:
New Orleans, Jan. 27. A Winona
special says it is reported that Judge
Wm. Price shot and killed Capt.King
Turner at Chester, Miss., on 24th. Tur
ner land Price were both lawyers of
high standing in Winston. Adifferance
arose it is understood about some triv
ial matter in the course of a trial in
which they were on opposite sides.
mills Burned at Petersburg-,
Petersburg, Va., Jan. 2.. The
Basin Mills, owned by H.F. Merritt,
were entirely destroyed by fire this
morning together with a large quantity
ed at about 810,000; insurance 86.000.
uugm oi me nre ib uq&uowb.
A. GREAT OBLIGATION.
"I am Indebted for my life," says Judge F. If.
Brooks, of Columbus, (is., "to Warner's Bate Kid
ney and Liver Cure."
Loti of 150,o6d.
Philadelphia, Jan 27. The
by the fire last night at KeyStone hub,
spokd and wheel works at 174, 176, And
178, Canal Street, was 6150,000, partially
PREMATURE LOSS OF THE HAtB
Maybe entirely pre rented by the use of BUB
NETTS COCOAINE. No other compound pos
sesses the peculiar properties Men so exactly
suit the various conditions of the human hair. It
softens the hair when harsh and dry. soothes
the Irritated scalp. It affords the richest lustre. It
prevents the hair from falling oft, It promotes Its
healthy, vigorous growth. It Is not greasy nor
sticky. It leave no disagreeable odor. It kills
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts areknwn to be the
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
JANUARY. 27. 1882
Baltimore Noon Flour a shade easier;
Howard street and Western super $4.50$5.00;
extra $5.25$6.25; family Stt 0$7.):
mills, super S4.260S6.25; extra S6 60S6.25;
family S7.6oa87.76; Wo brands $7.00; Patapsco
family $8.25. Wheat Southern a shade better;
WAtam miiet and easier: Southern rd $1-48 o-
81.45; amber Sl.46e8l.47; No. 1 Maryland-;
o. 2 Western winter red spot. January $1,420)-81-4244;
February $1.42Vfe$l-42to; March
1.45tta$1.45; April SL4rJ1.47. Cora
Southern Quletand steady; Western steady; South
era white 80; do yellow 71.
BALiTJfORB Night Oats easier; Southern
503)62; Western wmie 510)62; mixed 6061;
Pennsylvania 60 5i Provisions firm; mess
pork $18.75. milk meats -shoulders and clear
rib sides, packed 1VQi 1 0. Bacon -shoulders &i ;
clear rib sides 11; hams 183131. Lard refined
121. Coffee firm; BJo cargoes ordinary to fair
8Vhm- Sugar- steady; a soft 9fc- Whiskey
quiet, at $1.18381 19. Freights quiet
Chicago Flour steady and firm. Wheat
moderately active and higher; No. 2 Chicago spring
$1.34tt$l-84ttfor cash; Sl.34ttSSl.3448 for
February. Com unsettled and generally lower,
at 6Ufe614t for cash; 61tt for January; 61V
for February. Oats quiet and weak, at 4346 for
cash. Barley $1.04- Dressed hogs nominal,
at $7 50. Pork In fair demand, but lower, at
S18.20 for cash and January. Lard - unsettled,
hnt irftnnrallT lower, at SI 1.25 for cash and Jan
uary. Bulk meats steady and unchanged; should
ers $6.60; short nD $u 45; snort wear w.ou.
Whiskey steady and unchanged, at $1.18.
Nrw Tom Southern flour unchanged and quiet;
common to fair extra S5.503$7.00; good to
choice do $7.10 $8.00. Wheat unsettled, cash
lots a shade easier, and closing heavy and depress
ed at inside rates; ungraded red $1.31ffi$l.50;
No. 2 red, January $1.476$1.47; February
$1.473$1.48Vit- Cora cash lots very strongly
held, and closing dull and weak; ungraded 87Q
72; Southern yellow 71; No. 2, January 10VQ
70; February 70Mi71. Oats lower and more
doin In options; Mo. 3. 47Vb Hops-steady and
demand moderate; Yearlings 20)22; New Torks
2028. Coffee very quiet and prices nominally
unchanged ; Bio 81A810. Sugar moderately ac
tive and easier; centrifugal 7ia8; fair to good
refining quoted at 7fcffi7Vi: refined steady and
quiet; Standard a 8. Molasses foreign un
changed and quiet; New Orleans unchanged and
quiet, and quoted at 65S)75. Bice firmly held
and fair Inquiry. Bosln unchanged, at S2.87W
6$2 42Vt Turpentine dull and easier, at 65.
Wool firm and fair Inquiry; Domestic fleece
86a50; Texas 148)31. Pork-dull and mnsettled
and rather easier, at $17.25 lor old mess spot.
Middles dull and unsettled and prices nominally
unchanged: long clear 9Va Lard opened strong
er, but afterwards became wea and declined, and
closing heavy, at Sll-85SI1.40; all the year
8ll.30SSll.35. Freights to Liverpool market
Galveston Firm; middling llc; low mid
dling 1 lUc; good ordinary 10c; net receipts
820; gross ; sales 762; stock 95,763; ex
ports ooastwlse ; to Great Britain ; to
continent : to France .
Weekly -net rec'pts 7,358: gross 7.496; sales
3,892; exports coastwise 216; to Great Britain
2,797; to continent 2,204; France ; to chan
Norfolk Steady; middling ll4e; net receipts
8515; gross ; stock 42.242; exports eoaat-
wlse ; sales : exports to Great Britain
; te continent .
Weekly net rec'ts 15,226; gross ; sales
4.542; coastwise 8.027; Great Britain 1,087;
channel ; continent 1,970; France .
Baltmobi Quiet; middling ll'fcc; low mid
dling 114ft: good ordinary lOVi; net 1018 ;
gross 680; sales ; stock 57.635; exports
ooastwlse ; spinners ; exports to Great
Britain : to continent .
Weekly net receipts 830; gross 2,543: sales
842; spinners 772; exports Great Britain
j coastwise 1,771: continent .
Boston Steady; middling 12c; low middling
llc; good ordinary 10c; net receipts 553;
Soas 1.859: sales : stock 9,470: exports to
real Britain ; to France
Weekly net rec'ta 4.292; gross 7,792; sales ;
exports to Great Britain 4,525.
WmnKQTON Steady ; middling HVfcc: low mid
dling 11 l-16c; good ord'y 103 16c; rec'pts 3.269:
gross ; sales : stock 8521; exports
ooastwlse ; to Great Britain ; to
Weekly net receipts 8,869: gross ; exports
coastwise 1,766; to Great Britain 2,828; to con
Philadelphia Quiet; middling 121fcc; low
middling lUfcc; good ordinary 10V:; net receipts
892; gross ; sales ; spinners : stock
; exports Great Britain ; to continent
Weekly net receipts 1,927; gross 8,687; sales
; spinners 1,660; coastwise : continent 160;
to Great Britain 2,400; stock 15,756.
Bavahkah -Steady; middling 1114c: low mid
dling 1044c; good ordinary 10o; net receipts
2.719; gross : sales 2,600; stock 93,629;
exports ooastwlse : to Great Britain ;
to France : to continent 220.
Weekly net receipts 1 5,634;gross 15,574 3ales
10,600; exports to Great Britain 4.576; France
; coastwise 9,945; continent 1,470.
Nxw Orleans -Quiet; middling llfec; low
middling 1H4C; good ordinary 10c; net receipts
8,878; gross 4,729; sales 11,250; stock 874.326;
exports to Great Britain ; to France ;
coastwise ; to continent .
Weekly-net receipts 18,142; gross 21.921;
sales 80,200; corts Great Britain 29,182; chan
nel ; coastwise 2.05&: France 4.302; continent
Mobile -Steady; middling llVto; low middling
llic; good ordinary lOVbc; net receipts 278;
gross 278; sales 1,000: stock 40.66; exports
coast ; France ; to Great Britain ;
to continent .
Weekly net receipts 8,99ft; gross 4,009; sales
6,800; exports to Great Britain ; coastwise
6,03; Fian -.
Mjevfhis Quiet; middling lllfce; net receipts
811; gross 883; shlpfienU Wl; sales 1,350;
stock 85.868. '
Weekly net receipts 8,21; gross 8,718; ship-
Augusta Quiet; middling 11c; low mid
dling I0c: good ordinary 10c; receipt 806;
shipments 8,527; sales 766.
Weekly net rects 2,271; shlpm't 8,527; sales
4,315; spinners ; stock .
Chablkstom -Steady; middling; 1 15fec: low
miauling llVhc; good ordinary 104tc; nei receipts
788; gross ; sales 600; stock 75,729:
exports ooastwlse ; to Great Britain ;
to continent ; to France ; to channel
Weekly net receipts 6.B27: cross : sales
7,500; coastwise 8,882; continent 1302; Great
Britain 2,716; to France .
Nxw TORK-Qulet, firm; sales 187: middling up
lands 12c; middling Orleans 121Ac: consoli
dated net receipts : exports to Great Britain
: to Franss : to continent : to
Weekly net rec'ts 8.608: eross 84.111: exD'ts
to Great Britain 14,566; France.267; continent
l.ozu; saies 4,owo; siock bzoyjuu.
Momtooieebt Firm; middling lllc; low mid
1084c; good ordinary 10c; receipts 1,002; ship
ments 894; stock, present year, 9,926; stock,
last yar, 8,529 ; sales 991
Maooh Quiet; middling lOtbc; low middling
lOSfcc; good ordinary U3dc; receipts 712; sales
809; stock, present year, 10.917; stock, last year,
9,848; shipments .
Coudkbub tiu'et: middling 10c; low middling
lOtoc; good ordinary 9lfec; receipts 2,200; ship
ments 2,800; sales 465; spinners 200; stock
21,323; ex. Great Britain ; coastwise .
Nashvtllb Steadv: mlddllnsr 1114c: low mld-
10kc; good middling 9c; net receipts 650;
shipments 1,758; sales 804; spinners 28:
stock, present year, 18,080; stock, last year.
Post Rotal, 8. C Weekly net receipts 750;
stock 8,822; exports to Great Britain ; coast
wise ; sales .
Pbovtdxnci, R. L Weekly net receipts 895;
stock 6,000; sales 1,100.
Selxa, ala. Dull; middling 111 c. Weekly
receipts 657: shipments 11,763; stock, present
Rokk, G a. Steady; middling lllfec; low mid
dling 10c; good ordinary 9c. Weekly receipts
838; shipments 2.068; stock 8.156.
OOWABATTVX COTTOK STATnCXXT.
Net receipts at all United States ports
daring week 90.173
Same week last year 24.0&6
Total receipts te this date .... v 8,661.777
Same date last year 8,919,270
Exports for the week 95,701
Same week last year 1 09,403
Total exports to this date 191,628
Same date last rear 2,485,88
Stock at all United States ports. ' , 1 49,660
Same time last year 867,627
Stock at all Interior towns 198,z03
Same time last year 161,774
Stock at Liverpool 631,000
Same time last year 473,000
Stock ioX American afloat fer Great
Sam time last year
LlVXBPeoL -Noon Quiet ; middling uplands
miaaung oneans twa: Bales 8.0O0: soecu
unon ana export ouu; receipts 10,700; Ameri
can 7300. Uplands low middling clause: Jan
uary delivery 6 ll-16d; January and Febuary
611-16d; February and March 811-16d; March
and April 6d: April and May 6 13-16d: May and
June 6 27-32d; June and July 6 29-82d; July and
August 6 16-16d; August and September
LIVXBFOQL COTTOK CIBCULAB.
This week's circular of the Liverpool Cotton
Brokers' Association, says: "Cotton was in limit
ed request on Thursday. There was more Inquiry
and the market was firm. For American there
was moderate demands and prices reduced Vfed.
Bea Island was in poor reauest. Futures were
ginet and fearless, and declined ftd on Monday
but have since recovered.
Sales for the week 48.600
Actual exports 8,000
Forwarded from ships' sides
Afloat 296 000
Nxw Tori -Futures closed firm. Sales 159,
000. January 12 09O.12
August - 18.1501.16
The Post's Cotton Market Report says : "Future
deliveries opened 4 to 5-100 lower: lost another
2 to 8-100 and then advanced 7 to 9-100, namely
1 to 2-100 above yesterday's cleelng prices. The
third call displayed a fair demand at a trifling de
Governments fairly firm
Four and a half per cents,
Four per cents,
State bonds -moderately active
Sub-treasury balances Gold..
" " Currency-.
Sfocxa. 11 A M. The market opened strong
and 16)2 per cent higher than yesterday's dosing
prices, the Richmond ft Danville and Illinois Cen
tral being most prominent therein. The Canada
Southern opened at a decline of 2 per cent In
early dealings the market sold up iOtii per cent,
the latter for the North Western, after which a re
action of per cent took place In the general
list, the Bio Grande, Lane snore ana western
Union leading the decline.
Stuoxb Closed generally strong:
Alabama Class A 2 to 5 82
Alabama Class A, small 81
Alabama Class B, 5's 1.01
A Inhama Class C. 4's 84
Chicago and Northwestern 1.80
Chicago and Northwestern preferred, 1.40
Kajtl Tennessee 15
Illinois central. i.oovt
Ijike Shore 1.1 zW
Louisville and Nashville 96Vfe
Memphis and Charleston 79lfe
Nashville and Chattanooga 844
New York Central 1 8 1
Richmond and Allegheny 82
Richmond and Danville 2. 1 1 Vi
Bock Island 1-83
Wabash, St. Louts Pudfie. 8614
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific preferr'd
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Office or Tax Obskbter, I
Chablottx. January 28, 1882. f
The market yesterday dosed firm at the follow
Good Middling. 11 Vi
Strictly middling, 11 ft
Strict low middling. lllfi
Low middling. 10"
Storm cotton eQd
RECEIPTS FOX TSX WKEX ENDED FRIDAY, 27th.
Saturday 29 bales
Monday 52 "
Tuesday 97 "
Wednesday lno "
Thursday 20rt "
Friday 149 "
Total bales 699
Gkarloti Produoe mctrket
JANUARY 27, 1882.
Cobs, pertusbi .
Beams, white, per bushel 1.25a.50
Peas, Clay, per bnsh. 90al.00
wljfe, ' .';,,",';.'..',,.'.'!..'.'.! 7580
Apples, per lb.
North Carolina. . . . .
Boos, per dose ru
Beet, per lb., net....
Mutton, per lb., net.
Poke. " ..
R. H. JORDAN.
DR. JOS. GRAHAM.
-WE HATE THI3 DAY-
OPENED AND HAVE NOW ON SALE
A NEW AND COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH
TfHLET ARTICLES, &C.
RESPECTFULLY INVITO OUR FRIENDS AND
THE PUBLIC GENERALLY TO
CALL 1SS EXAMINE
-AT OUR STOWS 0N-
Tryon Street, Opposite Eiias & Cohen's.
Carefully Prepared at all Hoars, Day and Night.
R. H. JORDAN & GO.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
rpHB new and commodious residence
X built by H. T. Buuer. on Tryon street,
lust beyond the track of the A., T. & U. R.
O. VUb UWQ DfUgaiTi. A.PDI7 CO
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A Six room house, with good yard and
well of water, and a two room kitchen:
ten minutes walk of the public saoare.
ABPljroJ? .WALTER BREST
Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, Boys
FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
"TTE guarantee that every pair of SHOES we sell shall be found ust as represented, and shall allow no house to give you better goods than we do for the
money. Our stock has been carefully selected with a view to the wants of all classes of customers, and comprises a full line of beautiful and seasonable
goods, of the very best quality and all grades, from the finest French Kid Button Boot to the Heaviest Brogan. If you wish to get your boots and shoes to
suit you and at the lowest possible prices, you cannot do better than at our store. Give us a call.
A. E. RANKIN & BRO.,
gepjg Central Hotel Block. Trade Pireet.
T Y Virtue of a decree of
the Superior Court of
13 Catawba county, made In
the case of r. C.
Shuford and others, plaintiffs, vs. A. M. Powell
and others, defendants, at Chambers by Hon. A. C.
Avery, Judge, and dated the vmoay oi January,
1882. the unoersignea, as tusumvjLB, win sen at
Subtle sale at the Cotton Factory of the Catawba
anufacturing Company, on the Catawba River,
In Catawba county, on
MONDAY, THE 6TH DAY OF MARCH, 1882,
the following valuable property, to-wit: The
Granite Shoals, In Catawba county, and the cotton
Factory of said Catawba Manufacturing company,
located 8 miles from the W. N. C. R. R.; 8 miles
from Catawba Station on said railroad; li mues
from 8tatesvllle, and 6 miles West from Trout
man's Depot on the A., T. 10.U.B.; Including
87 acres of land on the South side of the Catawba
River, on which is situated the said Factory, three
good dwelling houses containing 6 rooms each,
and 12 cottages containing from 2 to 4 rooms
each for operatives, a storehouse, stables and
other out bouses, bald Factory is a building 60
feet long by 42 feet wide, two stories high, with an
"L" 60x20 feet, and another ' L" 90x22 feet, a
fire-proof Picker House 80x20 feet. sltaatedllO
feet from the main building of the Factory. Also,
the following machinery in the said Factory, viz:
1 picker, i 86-inch double beater and lapper, 7
87-lnca 14-top Jenk's flat cards, 1 Asa Lee 18 inch
delivery drawing frame, 1 20-strand list speeder
(9-mch bobbins), 8 spinning frames, 1,056 spin
dles (Bridesburg make), also spoolers, warper,
quillers, beamers, dec., 42 new and most Improv
ed plaid looms (30 Bridesburg and 12 Ward's
make), with all necessary fixtures and findings,
and with warps ready to start up. Dye bouse and
sizing machinery of the most Improved style with
vats and vessels complete. All parts of the build
ing furnished with steam-pipes to warm the build
ing, supplied with steam from a 20-horse power
All the property, buildings, machinery, &a, in
good condition and In good repair.
Also, on the Northern side of the river. Imme
diately opposite the Factory and adjoining the
river and the Shoal, which extends across, 21
acres of land, with a fine water-power with solid
rock foundation. The head of tbe water on the
Southern side, ox which is the Factory, is about
For more accurate and definite description of the
property and conditions or the sale, reference is
mane to the decree in tbe above stated case.
Tbe terms of said sale will be 20 per cent of the
purchase money In cash, and the remainder in
equal Installments of 90 and 120 days, bond and
good security being required of the purchaser for
Also, at the same time and place tbe under
signed, as Receiver, will sell FOrt CASH, the fol
lowing articles of personal properly, viz: 2 mules,
2 wagons and harness, lot of dyes arid dye btufis,
the material now in process or manufacture, con
sisting of warps, plaids and yams. Also, a small
stock of general merchandise, consisting of boots,
shoes, dry goods, bacon and such other articles of
groceries and dry goods as are usually kept in a
country store. JOHN L. COBB,
January 24th, 1882. Receiver.
Lincolnton, N. C.
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