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CIIAS. R. JONES, Editor and n-op'tor.
XSTXBXD MJ TH" POOT-OfMC JBaHUT1
N. C, is SaoonKXASs tTm.l -
AFTER SUNDRY OTHER MAT
TERS THE CHINESE QUESTION
IS AGAIN RESUMED IN THE
TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1 82.
Several families of
have settled in Atlanta.
The egg trade of New York amounts
to $4,000,000 annually.
Florida strawberries are now selling
in New York at $1.50 a quart. ,
Henry P. Farrow, of Georgia, wants
A. II. Stephens for Governor.
The charters of 393 national banks
expire within a year, 207 of them in one
McLean, the crank who shot at
Queen Victoria, is a clerk and a native
of London. .
A good deal of opposition to the bill
retiring General Grant, is anticipated
in the House.
The Queen of England has been shot
at four times sines she has been upon
the throne. All cranks.
TheReadjuster legislature gerryman
dered Virginia to suit their own no
tions before they adjourned.
Another Bunch of Bills Introduced into
the House, after which they have a
Little Side Discussion on the Inter
nal Revenue Question.
Washington, March 6. Senate.
Vest, from the committee un com
merce, reported favorably with amend
ments a bill to incorpoiuto tba -Inter-Oceanic
ship railway company, and for
other purposes accompanied by a writ
ten report and evidence tken before
thA nnmmittpp. He said he would ask
the consideration of the bill on the 15th,
inst, if th orders now having prece
dence were then disposed or. xne oui
went to the calendar.
Teller reported favorably the House
bill to pension Mrs. Garfield with the
amendment including Mrs. Polk and
Mrs. Tyler. ' The amounts specified are
$5,000 a year from September 19th, 1881.
Bills were introduced by George to
aid in the repair and construction of
the levee on the east, bank of the Mis
sissippi river, in the State of Mississip
pi, also to revive cue ginui ui iouj.b
Kansas City claims to be second oniy
to Chicago as a porkopolis. She beat
St. Louis last year, and expects to do it
again this season.
Luke Blackburn, Hindoo and Run
nymede, three Kentucky turf horses,
are to be shipped to England in April,
to enter the races there.
Two Democrats, the Republicans and
one Greenbacker signed the minority
report in favor of Mormon Caunon re
taining his seat in Congress.
Every Bremen and Hamburg steam
ship brings from 100 to 300 Hebrew ref
ugees from oppression in Russia, and
there are 5,000 awaiting means of trans
portation on the other side.
A Chicago prison keeper says: "I
have met with boys here under twelve
years old who have traveled all over
this land, and gave me accurate de
scriptions of Philadelphia, Cincinnati,
San Francisco and New Mexico."
Vennor continues to make his weath
er, and the weather goes right along
perfectly indifferent to Vennor. Yes
terday, for instance, was to be the be
ginning of a cold and stormy period of
Good walking. The following is the
score made by the rival walkers in the
six day match last week in New York:
Among the German immigrants re
cently arrived at Castle Garden, New
York, was one with two little horns on
his head. That's nothing. We have in
this country lots of men who take on
horns as a regular thing every day and
they are not confined to the "horny
handed sons of toil," either.
The Toronto Mail claims that the
number of registered letters lost in
Canada is so small that it may be said
to be absolutely nothing. It says that
of 2,400,090 letters registered last year
93 were reported as lost or tampered
with, and that all but two were recov
eied or accounted for.
Atlanta Constitution: Cotton seed
oil is said to have poisoned a colored
family in Thomaston ; but it appears
that they took enough to make any one
sick had it been butter or lard. There
absolutely ho harmful property in
made to the State of Mississippi, to aid
in the construction of a railroad from
Brandon to the Gulf of Mexico.
Garland offered a resolution of in
quiry addressed to the military com
mittee as to the propriety of increasing
the $100,000 appropriation for the pur
chase and distribution of subsistence
stores to aid in the relief of the labor
ing classes in the district overflowed by
the Mississippi and its tributaries.
He said he had received information
which convinced him that the appro
priation would be insufficient. The
rising of water continued, and the suf
fering was really beyond estimate, even
at this time. Upon the telegrams and
letters which he had received, includ
ing one from the Governor of Arkan
sas, he deemed it his duty to call atten
tion to the matter, xne resoiuuou
nhinesft hill was taken up as un
finished business, and Slater advocated
the bill. , , . ...
George announced that he emphati
cally endorsed the bill and amendments
of Messrs. Grover and Farley. One of
the reasons governing his vote would
be because with almost entire unanimi
ty people of the States most affected by
Chinese immigration desired its pas
sage, and as clear and direct, not second
hand or round aoout, yiuiwuuu w
American laborers against a degraded
and inferior-race now threatening to
overwhelm them. Replying to what
he characterized as speculations of hu
manitarian, so philosophic, he said he
preferred to incur the charge of incon
sistency rather than subject the people
of the Pacific States to a continuance
nf the dancers to which they are expos
ed. He did not believe the bill tran
scended constitutional principles.
The debate was temporarily suspend
ed and Allison submitted a conference
report on the immediate deficiency bill,
which was adopted.
The debate then proceeded, and
Brown against th bill argued that 20
year's suspension being practically an
inhihitinn of the immigration was a
violation of the spirit if not the letter
of the treaty, and an intimation to
China that our first step in 20 years sus
pension would be followed by 99 years
Dawes was awarded the floor, and
the Seriate adjourned.
Washington, March 6 House.
The speaker announced the unfinished
business to be the consideration of the
consular and diplomatic appropriation
bill, on the passage of which the pre
vious question was ordered on Satur
day. . x
TTnlman. of Indiana, moved to re
commit the bill with instructions to the
committee on appropriations to strike
therefrom all provisions in regard to
envoys extraordinary and ministers
nip.ninotentiarv. ministers resident and
secretaries of legation, and to insert
therein provisions for the appointment
of such consuls and other commercial
agents as shall be necessary to promote
and encourage the commerce .of the
United States and protect the interests
of citizens of the United States in for
eign countries. The motion was lost
22 to 77, and the bill passed.
Under the call of States the following
were introduced and referred :
By Belford, of .Colorado, a resolution
reciting the miseries inflicted upon the
Jews in Russia, declaring that the peo
ple of the United States protest against
the sDirit of persecution revived in
Russia, asserting that the Hebrews are
Robinson, of Mississippi, opposed the
proposition as one that would strike
down the tax on tobacco, and give ulti
mate opportunity to fraud and ? impo
sition. . -
: Kelly, of Pennsylvannia, stated that
he was anxious to get rid of the system
of Internal taxation which putethe
whole process of business of particular
classes under civil supervision, but
this was beginning at the wrong- end.
It would allow revenues, so far as he
was concerned, to be frittered away.
This question was now before the
committee on ways and means, and
was receiving grave consideration. It
bad been stated that the revenue would
only be reduced to the extent of six
hundred dollars, but the commissioner
of internal revenue had laughed at that
statement and declared that the effect
upon the revenue could not be as much
as manufacturer's stock would be
greatly depreciated. He (Kelly) would
co-operate in all just efforts to relieve
the country of internal revenue taxa
tion but to repeal this law now would
be: throw the whole tobacco trade
open and depreciate the stock in the
hands of every manufacturer. The
House should wait until the committee
on ways and means had reported on
the subject. I believe that committee
will, in a fortnight, bring in a bill re
ducing internal revenue taxation, by an
amendment of from $50,000,000 to $75,
000,000, and then it will be time to ; say
what gentleman will aid in the good
work of emancipating the South.
Young opposed the bill, which he
argued would strike down the nanufac-
turing interest and make our farmers
Speer, of Georgia, contended that this
vexatious and harsh system of taxation
should be abolished.
The motion to suspend the rules and
pass the bill was lost yeas 113, nays 91.
Not the necessary twe-thirda voting in
Bliss, of New York, presented to-day
102 petitions from the States of Illinois,
Indiana and New York, signed by
about 30,000 citizens of those States,
praying for the passage of a bill intro
duced by himself granting a pension to
Union soldiers and sailors of the late
war of the rebellion which were con
fined in Con federate prisons. Referred.
Feeding the Starving Floo
Washington, March 6. Gen. Sheri
dan has appointed Captains Lee, Ninth
infantry, Benham, Seventh iinf antry,
LandrNihth cavalry, and Page, Third
infanty.to visit the flooded regions of
the South, where relief is being distrib
uted and report to Commissioner Beck
upon the condition and needs of the
people. These officers are instructed to
report promptly by telegraph.
Postmaster Pearce, at Vicksburg, tel
egraphs the, War Department that the
levee is broken all along tjbre rivet front.
Many persons drowned' out and asking
lor assistance: Got. Cullom. ' of Illi
nois, telegraphs that the people of Pu
laski county, 111., Are appealing for aid,
having been inundated by the overflow
from the Ohio river. Assistance will
The Department also ordered five
thousand additional rations to points in
Southeast Missouri to be named by
Washington, March 6. For the Mid
dle States, local rainsf ollQ wed by com
er, clearing weather, northerly to west
erly winds, and higher barometer.
South Atlantic and Gulf States, part
ly cloud; weather and local rains, cold
er northeast to northwest winds, and
Tennessee and the Ohio Valley, clear
ing, colder weather, northeast to North
west winds and higher barometer.
Ladies, Gentleren, Misses, Boys arid Cl Idren
.. f. fh: ' CANNOT FAIL TO BE STJITXD IN
OUR STO C f 0 F BO OTS AN IV SHOES
FOR THIS FALL; AND WINTER TRADE.
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money. Our stock, baa been earefully 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 pest aaallty and all grades, from-the finest French Kid Button Boot to the Heaviest Brogin.1 if you wish to get your boots and shoes to
suit you and at the lowest possible prices, you cannot ao Detter man 8t or store, mre us a e&iL
---; ' - -.- - A e. RANKIN & BRO.,
cpl8 - ' ' Central Hotel Block. Trade Street.
A Healthy state
People' are constantly changing their homes
from Bast to West and from North to South or
vice versa, In search of a healthy State. If they
would learn to be contented, and to use the cele
brated Kidney-Wort when sick they would be much
better off. The whole system can be kept In a
healthy state by this simple but effectual remedy.
See large adv.
Charleston, S. C, Jan. 20, 1881.
H. H. Wabnkr & Co.: Sirs-My wife's peculiar
sufferings were completely alleviated by your Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure. H. C Mosxly.
It Is Impossible for a woman after a faithful
course of treatment with Lydla X. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound, to continue to suffer with a
weakness of the uterus. Enclose a stamp to Mrs.
Lydia I Plnkham, 238 Western Avenue, Lynn,
Mass., for her pamphlets.
Mobil Bteady: middling llifec; low middling
lltygo; good ordinary 10c; net receipts 911;
gross 970; sales 500: stock 80.559: exports
coast 1,128; France ; to Great Britain j
i tq continent .
Mbxfhis Quiet; middling llr; low mid
dling 11c; good ordinary 1 Otto; net reoet648;
gross rj sjupmenfs i.qql; sates, i.oou; bhce
AUGUSTA 2uiet; middling 11io; low mid
dling I0c; good' ordinary lOcc receipt 282;
shipments -; sales 481.
UBLK9TOM Steady; middling 115feo; low
ldiUna 114ho; good ordinary 10o; net recetota
1,1-71; gross : : sales 500; stock 41.83T;
etpons coastwise 2,25 1: to Ureal Britain -;
to: continent t to France ; to channel
NkwYobx Quiet; sales : middling uplands
llc; middling Orleans 12c: consolidated net
receipts 18,495; exports to Great Britain 18,988;
to France ; to continent 1,941; to chan
Ltvibbooi Noon Fair demand freely met at
previous prices; middling uplands 6 9-16d; mid
dling Orleans 0d; sales 10,000; speculation and
exports bou; receipts, v aoo; American ,iuu.
Uplands low middling clause: March delivery
17-82da6 88 64d; March and April 6 17-32d-8
8-64d: April and May 6 19-32d; May and
June 6 45-6 4dQ)6 1 1-1 6d ; June and July 6 47-64d ;
July and August 6 51-64d; August and September
6 27-82d. Futures quiet
Liverpool -5 F. M Sales of American cotton
6,900 bales. Uplands low middling clause: March
delivery ; March and April ; April and
Mav : May and June 6 ll-16d. also 6 45-64d-
6 6l-64d; June and July -; July and August
6 13-16d: August and September . Futures
An Appeal for Aid The Levees at West
' Baton Rouge Threatened.
New Orleans, March 6. The fol
lowing appeal, has been received here:
"Baton Rouge, La., March sixth, 1882.
The levees of West Baton Rouge can
not stand much greater pressure. A
call is made upon the interior parishes
which will sutler from the flood in case
the levees break, to send at once money
to our aid. A few thousand dollars may
prevent a repetition of the disasters of
1874. Will the people of St. Mary, Ibe
ria, Trure, Bouive,LaFourehe,St. Mar
tin, Assumption and Iberville respond
to the call for aid in their own de
fense?" The rjarishes protected by these lev
ees annually produce about 122,000
hogsheads of sugar, besides molasses,
cotton and rice.
C. J. Barrow,
Pres'dt Police Jury,
West Baton Rouge:
Baton Rouge, La., March 6. The
people and local authorities of Point
Coupee and West Baton Rouge are not
able to defend the long line of levees
PYtendincr from Hickory to Morgan
Sea. The State Has no runa ror mis
nnrnose. and the Darishes to the South
and West, protected by our levees,
should resrjond at once and remit to the
president of the police jury of Point
Coupee and West Baton Rouge liberal
ly and promptly. The authorities of
rhpsft two narishes are honorable and
energetic men, and every cent contrib
uted will be employed to the best ad
vantage. We call upon those interested direct
ly in maintaining these levees and
make no appeal in this time of general
distress for outside aid.
D. C VEANTAN.
Nkw Toiik Net receipts 565: gross
Futures closed dull; sales 52,000 bales.
ADrtl - 11.92.00
July 12.41 S.00
Seotember 12.20. 2 1
November i l.4Ja 40
February. . .
A LI. EIHDI f
a tcll un e
Parlpr & Chamber Suits.
W. Ti BLAGKWELL & 00.
Durham, N. C.
Manci&ctcrsra bi tits Original asd
ig emii'li' ! I fm ii. as mm n i miimii hj"j
fsiiiiiiwiwiinii iinTrT"rm Tri rnti t tit nririK!
Our claim for ir.t-rit is based U
Upon tlie fact that a chemical
analysis proves thai, iho tobacco 1
grown ia our section is brttort
adapted to mIie a GOOD.PURE,
satisfactory smolco than ANY jp
OTHEI1 tobacco stvu ia the p
world; and being skuated inj
the HEART of this fine tobacco 4
section, VE liavc the PICK oTp
the offerings. TI:e public ap-
preciate this; hence our sales
: F.XCKKD the products of ALL
the loading manufactories com-
bined. JS&f'Jone olivine unless
bears the irada-iiuirk of tlie Hull.
Mar -22 ly
The leading Scientists or To-day agree that
most diseases are caused by disordered Kidney or
T ir if thAmfnrn. thA KldneTs and Livers are
kept in perfect order, perfect health will be th et re
sol t This truth has only been known a short time
and for years people suffered great agony wl hout
being able to find relief. The discovery of War
ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure marks a new
era in the treatment of these troubles. Made
from a simple tropical leaf of rare value, it con
tains lust the elements necessary to nourish and
invigorate both of these great organs, and safely
restore ana Keep laem ui uruer. v u
BKMEDY for all the diseases that cause pains in
the lower part of the body tor Torpid Liver
Headaches JaundiceDizziness Gravel Fever,
Ague Malarial Fever, and all difficulties of the
Kidneys, Liver and Urinary Organs.
It is an excellent and safe remedy for females
during Pregnancy. It will control Menstruation
and is Invaluable for Leucorrhcea or Falling of the
aBlood Purifier it Is unequalled, for it cures
the organs that mask the blood.
This Remedy, which has done such wonders, is
put up In the LABGKST SIZED BOTTLK of any
medicine upon the market, and is sold by druggists
rixr.ii of i ok rwor hnttiA. For Diabetes.
enqu lOT WABNKR'S 8 AFI DLiBBTES CUBE.
It is a POSITIYB Remedy. . M
Exchange, ,, 4.851
Governments 5's fe higher
New 5's 102ife
Four and a half per cents 1-1 M
Four per cents, ' j
State bonds Irregular..
Sub-treasury balances-Gold 581,255
" " Currency-.- 4.3oO
Stocks Opened weak and closed strong;
Alabama-Class A,2tof 81 to
Alflhnma. Class A. small oJ
Alabama Glass B, 5's 1.02
Alabama Class C. 4's. , 84
c.MMum und Northwestern 1.804
Chicaeo and Northwestern preferred, l-!HVi
Bast Tennessee 11
Illinois central. i T.T
Lake.8hore 1 J.4V&
Louisville and Nashville i o
Memphis and Charleston of
NnahrlllA and ChAttanooua 65
New York Central 1
Richmond and Allegheny l
Richmond and Danville i-fo
Rvlr Talftnrt l.rfO
Wntuuth. fit. Tmla A Pacific 83 IA
Wabash, 8t Louis & Pacific preferr'd fTfa
Western Union. 7 014
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Omen of Thx Observer. I
Charlottk, March 8, 1882. (
The market yesterday closed Quiet at the fol
Onnil Mlflrtllno lHA
nrrlAt Inn mMdllnff 1 0
Low middling. i?2
Tinges.. rTTT!.. wmVa
Storm cotton. 6fc8
Sales yesterday 79 bales.
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Rochester, N. Y.
the oil, and when its use becomes gene
ral, as it is bound to do, people will
wonder that they ever raised objection
dav in the case of
nnllpp.tor. against Samuel Welch, et al.
in error to the Circuit Court for the
Southern district of New York, county
of Newnan the sugar case has ren
dered a decision against the position
taken by .the Treasury Department.
ThA Snnrpme Court holds that dutiable
loyal citizens and subjects and request- quality of sugars is to be determined by
ing the President to submit to his" im- tneir actUal color, graded by duties'
penal majesty tne czar tne inenaiy as-1 standard, and not by their sachanne
Conkling Declines the Honor
ttt i nw.-.Ymsv-vT f am1 tX XJrai rt o n
Arthur has received from" Conkling a MARKETS BY TELEGKAPH
letter declining the Associate justice
ship of the Supreme Court.
The United States Supreme Comrt to-
JSdwin A. Merrirx,
LIME! LIME ! LIME !
Wittkowsky I Barai's .
MARCH 6, 1882.
Louisville Courier-Journal: The
Pension Agents of the country received
last year 224,705.26 for their services
in paying 2GS,830 pensioners, but they
are demanding more pay. which they
should not get. The whole Pension
Department should be transferred to
the War Office, and the pensioners
shouldbe paid by the army paymasters.
That would be economy.
There are ten cities in the United
States having more than 200,000 popu
lation and there are ten more with more
than 100,000 population. Of nine on
the first list New York and Boston have
an English name; Philadelphia, Greek;
Brooklyn, Dutch ; Chicago, Indian ; St.
Louis, French; Baltimore, Irish; Cin
cinnati, Latin, and San Francisco,
Lemon juice for rheumatism seems
to be taking in Washington. The Au
gusta Chronicle correspondent speak
ing of it says: "The cure of Senator
VoorHees, who has suffered considera
bly with rheumatic gout, has brought
a very simple remedy into much vogue
here. Mr. Nixon, the Financial Secre
tary of the Senate, who was similarly
afflicted, tells me that it has worked al
most a miracle in his behalf. As a few
of your readers may have some inter
est in learning the curative process, I
will give it. Take two lemons ; squeeze
the juice into a cupful of hot water.
Drink of this beverage three times daily
as hot as you can stand it. It must be
taken on an empty stomach that is be
A River Steamer Sank.
LOUISVTLLB, Ky, March 6.-The
steamer James D. Parker, from Cincin
nati for Memphis, was sunk in the
channel under the railroad' bridge
shortly after noon yesterday, at this
rttv She was being piloted over the
. Sitf! .Twnk Vaible. and he- savs
nwcnirt by the vessel
. frt anuwfir her
2t wfv .br, and a half of
surancesof the people of the United
States, and to request him to exercise
his powers and for the sake of humani
ty to protect his Jewish subjects from
the violence of their enemies.
By Hammond, of Georgia, a bill re
ducing the tax upon the manufacture
of worms and stills fifty per cent.
By King, of Louisiana, to provide
pensions to soldiers and sailors of the
Mexican war and the Indian war of
By Dingley, of Maine, to place Amer
ican shipping employed in the foreign
carrying trade on an equal footing with
vessels of other countries engaged in
the same service. It abolishes consular
fees, repeals .the law directing the as
sessment of hospital dues upon sailors
and provides that the tonnage tax
which is now imposed annually shall
be imposed upon every entire cargo.
It also imposes on foreign vessels en
tering American ports light dues.
equivalent to those imposed on Ameri
can vessels by the nations to which said
vessels may belong.
By Candler, of Massachusetts, to
equalize duties on sugars and molasses.
It fixes the rates of taxation on molas
ses, Melada syrup of sugar cane juice,
tank bottoms, .cane molasses, and all
sugar not above 13ds. in color at 25 per
cent, ad valorem, and on sugars above
l3ds. in color at 35 per cent, ad valorem.
By Vance, of North Carolina, to place
all surviving soldiers and sailors who
served in Indian wars on the pension
By Cornell, of New York, amending
the statutes in relation to duties on
sugar. It provides that a tax of 25 per
centadvalorem shall be levied on sugar,
molasses and confectionery, and that
under these titles shall be included
syrup of- sugar and sugar cane juice,
Melada tank bottoms, concentrated mo
lasses and concentrated Melada.
By Kelly, of Pennsylvania, to abolish
discriminating duties and to enlarge
the free list. It places a large number
of articles on the free list.
By Gibson, of Louisiana, for the im
provement of the Mississippi River.
By Hewitt, of Alabama, to restore to
pension list the names of persons drop
ped therefrom by reason of participating
in or aiding the rebellion.
Dibrell, of Tennessee, moved to sus-
ftend the rules and pass the bill repeal
ng so much of clause six of section
3,244 Revised Statutes relating to the
sale of leaf tobacco as imposes a fine or
penalty on farmers and producers of
leaf tobacco who may sell the same to
consumers, and providing that hereaf
ter all farmers, or other producers of
leaf tobacco shall beallowed to sell their
eight I own or their tenant's production with-
as ascertained by chemical
Another Senoas Crevasse.
New Orleans, March 8. There is
another serious crevasse about half a
mile from here, which started at some
time last night. It is on the west side
of the bayou on Legarde's place and is
a foot wide by eight- feet and is in
creasing. They are at work at it now.
This covers the J. J. Joy, and Legarde
place already. Mr. Pardely, superintend
ent of the Morgan road, who has been
here, has ordered all the section hands
available to this point. The water has
fallen in the bayou one foot on account
of the breaks.
LaFourche, La., March 6. At 10 a.
m. yesterday at Pittsman Place, three
miles below here, the left bank gave
way and there is now a sweep of water
30 feet wide and 10 feet deep. Three
large plantations are already undar wa
ter. On the left on the Morgan track,
from the 44th to 46th mile post, the wa
ter is within 18 inches of the track.
Efforts have been made to stop it. A
number of sacks and 200 men-have
been ordered there.
A Ttai fffcjt and Cargo Lost.
Louisville? KYn March 6. The
wreck of the Bteamer Parker is going to
pieces and in consequende of her posi
tion across the channel in the Chute it
is impossible to get to her so that all of
her cargo will be lost. Nothing of the
boat is to be seen above the water ex-
sept the pilot house. Some of the pas
sengers went South on the Harris B.
Brown, while others remained here.
The life savers rescued the baggage,
books and papers. Captt Tickenor en
tered a protest here to-aay,
Sanded Cotton. '
Oldham, March 6, At a meeting of
cotton masters here on- Saturday last it
was stated that enormous losses were
being made by sand adulteration of cot
ton, and that this season is the worst
known in the cotton trade. . Much in
dignation was expressed at the adulter
WnJfTN qton , N. C. Spirits turpentine qnletat
49c Rosin firm; strained $1.90; good strained
ll95. Tar steady, at 3 l.82Vfe Crude turpentine
steady, at $2.25 lor hard:$.E0 for yeUow dip;
82 SO lOr VuXlIl iiAici iui ). wiu m.inevM
prime white 8288; mixed 77.
BiXTMORi Noon Floor steady and active;
Howard street and Western super $3,500
$4.50; exnVS4.75a$5.85; famUy-$6.0g$7.00;
City Mills, 8up!r$8.603$4.50; extra S758M5;
Rio brands $6.75; Patapsco family $7.75. Wheat
-Southern quiet; Western opened firmer, but de
clined and Closed easier; Southern red 8 1.302)-
tl.85: amber $1.380$1.4O; No. 1 Maryland
1.88 asked; No. 2 Western winter red spot,
i 28Wft81.28Sfc; March $1.29 asked; April
li:81e1.8lS May $.32V6a$1.83; June
SI 8&; JUT Sl.lWiSl.l; August $1.16
Iilft Corn-Southern steady; Western dull;
southern white 78; Southern yellow 6869.
Baitwor Night Oats higher; aoutnern
4Rfti52' Western white 51052; mixed 49&50;
fenn.tianl 48ffl52. Provlslons-julet; mess
Dork Sl7.50a$l 8 2B Bulk meats-shoulders and
ffi rtb sides, packed 71A10. Bacon -shoulders
8&?aY libSdMll; bams 18ai-8. Lard
reflnedll Coflee-flrm; Rio canoes -ordinary
toMreOlO. Snmr firm; A sort 9 Whiskey
-quiet, at $1.17a$118. Freights quiet -
Ciuciwhatj Flour, easier; family S5.70SS6.20;
fane? $8.50a$7-00. Wheat-firmer; No. 2 red
Stater SL2& Com-unsettled; No. 2 mixed 621A
fiSiA Oats -In good demand; No. 2 mixed.
48 JiW Pork- doll, at $17.50. Lard-dull and
loVw at $1 0.12V Bulk meats-duU and lower
to sell: shoulder? 6V; clear ribs 914; clear sides
oV. Bacon m good demand: shoulders $7.25;
clew ribs $10.12&: elear $10.76. Whiskey -ac-tfIftrm.ttl.i6:
combination sale, of fin-
ishfld Koods barrels on a basis of $1.16. 8u-
gTr-nrmerj hards 94410i; wOr!eans IA8-Hoes-aulel;
common and light $o.256.7B;
SSSnff and butchers $8.40$7.0O. Receipts
480; shipments 142.
mw York Southern flour, dull; common to
fair extra $5.1O0$8.6O; good to choice extra
S3 80a$8.00. Wheat opened heavy and unset
edaFkffilo lower, and closing dull and weak;
$1.83J4$l-84. corn-opened dull and heary
at ViOVt lower, and closing weak nd declining ;
Snaded 65; No. 2. March 68; AprU 69ViS72.
Oats about Vo lower and less active No. 8, 48w.
Hods wean and declining, and demand light;
Year lines 12 20. Coffee firm and quiet and
prices Whanged; o 8 10. Sugar-firm
and quiet; fair U) good refining quoted at 7 5-163-7
7-16; refined steady and moderate trade; Stand
ard A 69. Molasses-steady and moderate In
quiry. Rice firm and in fair demand. Bos In
8rm. at 82 850$2.4O. Turpentine-firm, at 5m
Wool about steady and demand moderate; Do
ZiiU RshtdMt Texasl430. Pork-a
shade easier, at $lb5d fo old; 8170 for new.
Middles-dull and easier: Ion? clear ttfc Ufd-
12Vi150 lower ana unseuipa, -jft""
U-adeT 810.50a$10.85; April 610.450810.55.
Freights to Liverpool market doll.
G aiteston Finn ; middlings U J0" J?'?;
dllng 11IAC good ordtoary AWS b ESTST.
a vrvr: now two more Kilns in addition to our
PJSBPKTUAL KILN we ure now preparea 10
FILI. ORDERS PROMPTLY,
nn ohnrt nnticA. and at DTlces that defy competi
tion. We guarantee Quality, and make no charge
unless Lime proves satisfactory.
W y,nvtt an nnCT In Charlotte Of A. C. Sum-
mervllle: who wlU receive orders for small lots at
Reference as to Quality of Lime given on appli
cation. SIMON BBOTHKKa,
Box No. 38. Gaffney City S. C.
mar7 8 m
Good Kentucky Mules.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
T HA.VB just received Fifty of the finest Kentucky
X. Mules ever onerea on idis marnei. iuejm
mnnsure from 141 to 18 hands high, and will be
sold cheap. JOHN W. WAD3WOBTH.
T AM reaulred by the Board of Aldermen to make
JL settlement of Taxes due the city for the year
1881 at once. Delinquents are hereby notified
that unless they call and settle at once their prop
erty will be advertised on the 21st day of Marth,
1882. C F. HARRISON,
mar7 td City Tax Collector,
-I HAVE JOST RECEIVED--
CURES WHEN" ALL OTHER
If you doubt, come to see us, and we will
or charge nothing!!!
Write for particulars, and a copy of the little book
"Message to the Unfortunate Suffering."
Ask any prominent Druggist as to our Standing.
er$1000 REWARD will be paid to any chemist
who will find on analysis of luO bottles of s. 8. 8.
one particle of Mercury, Iodide of Potassium, or
any Mineral suosiance.
Price of SmaU Siza 51. 00
Lare Size 1.75
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
A LOT QF-
We Have added to our Stoet a Supply of
porta eoajtwiae .
xDOrta to Great
lle; low middling
haired sweetheart Instead of a bottle of
f Dr. Ball's
eoogh syrup a bottle of balrdje, wants to know thij
Dest way to commit nwuuo.
5fi. j7Sr.f- in the Chute. Thepteamer out license or penalty.
of Slower end' of Bubble rock, The motion was seconded 83 to 60,
with iter bow up stream, and la a total
Theljfe saying crew arrived on
SKiS Tten wlnutet after the aod,
ientknd by their timely aid prevented
ft ffl Amid the excitement
fiTtineuished by tbse ort bpardj before
and a half hour's debate was . entered
upon. - v
Dibbell advocated the bill which, he
asserted, would only reduce the reve
enue about ; six hundred dollars. At
present it cost the government $10,000
to enforce the law and collect that six.
. JKBftlBLX LOSS OF LIF
Mniiimf nf mtH. mice. eats, bed buss, roaches.
lose their Uvea by collision with "Bougu on Bats."
Life U not really lived that cannot be enjoyed.
The nerves must work harmoniously or there can
not be happiness. In Dr, Benson's Celery ana
Chamomile Fills, the nervous Jady. finds certain
relief. They cure indigestion, flatulence ana neu
ralgia. - ; ..
DeserriBg Artie. A15??I2f?S:
The exoepuonai cieaniuieas ut rtuot hw.
Balsam mSses it popular. 3rajr halw ar Impos
BlUlo with its occaHtwew . -, . . .
wTcfl. mMitriff ii ft 18c: net feofa
1.8877 ro 1 "took 41.428; ertoftMst-.
wie 1,042; sales 828; exports to Great Britain
8,837! to comment .
BAirorora-Steadn mtd'g 11 ,&-f JiSZStn.
dllns: 10 8-1 6: good ordinary 101: netwcelpts 105
mwnmm 01 Q- utlaa Unfit atoek BI.GtBi Wiuun
SnauitwiM 1KO: uninnAm axporta to Grei
Britain : to cononem
llShej eood ordlnarv lOUic: net receipw .
Svu 841: wiee stoeit iv,oan t""" "
reat Britain 1,664: toVranee . ;
Trrr.vTWypnir Anlal. miAAUna HSfa0:lOW mid-
Itag-W ljK good ordinary 10 ri6c:rec'ts893:
gross ; sales , toeit 7.112; wporti
oastwtee 888: to: Great BylUfln WsrJ W
continent . . . ,
i Philadelphia Firm: middling lle: low
middling lllAc: srood ominan. l(Me; netreoelpu
48: irroM 487; sales spinner. i oe
1 4.765; exports Great , Britain i m continent
SATAOTAH-fiteadv: middling 11 lS-l8c: low mld-
4llng lOSAei . good-nrdlnao. 9. net receipts
756: grow" 1.888: sales 2.000L jtoeir oa.718;
exporu eoastwiae 2.737: td Great Brttsan 4,687;
to JBum .nun..; to Hnnfit i.i.hj . ho " 7 i
Slew OHUtAHBOtUnt:. 'middling ' lUte: - low
taidabng lle: (roodtwdlnarr 10ej netjee!pts
4.82U giljl3Tale 8;000; stock 850.420;
vnw hiwd D, i Wi W " iyv
nel . " ' tt" . -
Kainitt, or German Potash .Salts.
t&- CALL AND STIR U3. ,
s ? i V
BOTH ATLAM'A -ATSD rUILUDEL-
np pnj pau Vndethill THo.
ok I Eins.
SIBLEY & CO,
Will mail FREE thei Cata-'
logne for 1883, containing
ftescripti-re Prlae'-Ust of
Field smd: Cwrden
HOW TO TELL
GENUINE SIMMONS LIVER KEUL'
LATOH, OR MEDICINE.
Look for clean neat WHITE WRAPPER with
the red symbolic letter stamped upon it in the
form of a ribbon gracefully curved into the letter
Z embracing tne emblems of our trade, Spatula.
Mortar and Graduate with the words A. Q SIM
MONS' LIVEB RKGULATOR or MEDrciN K iher
on, also observe the signature of J. n. ZKIUN &
CO., in red Ink on the bide.
TAKE XO OTUE11.
Beware of those who know nothing of Medical
Compounds who put out nostrums kuown to sour,
and being analtzed prove worthless and only mads
to fleece the public, and to pirate on the well earn
ed reputation of Zeilin & Co's. medicine these
fradds have no reputation to sustain and will
cheat you for a few penneys every way they can.
See W'lio Endorses the Genuine.
Hon. Alex. H. Stephens,
Rt. Rev. Jno. W. Beckwith, Bishop of Qa.,
Gen. Jno B. Gordon, U. S. tenator,
RL Rev. Bishop Pierce,
Hon. Jno. Gill Sboiter,
J. Jfidgar Thompson,
Hon. B. H. Hill.
Hon. J. C. Breckinridge,
Prof. David Willis, D. D.
Chief Justice Hiram Warner, of Gm.
Le wis Wunder, Assistant P. M. Pnjla., Pa.,
aiid thousands of others from whom we have 14-.
ters or commendation ana recommenuauun.
It is eminently a Family Medeclne; and by ba-
Jng kept ready for Immediate resort win saya
many an nour 01 sntrenng ana many ftaun" "
time and doctors' bills.
Dr. Simmons' Liver Regulator,
MANUFACTURED OHLT BY
J. II. ZEILIN & CO.,
Sold by all Respectable Druggists.
Bnlbi, '"' 6rnameiitaJ' Orasses.
and Immortelles,; Gladiolus; .
Iues, JtoMSft'ianta, Gardes
; ImpMmenta. Beavtifblly iOaa
ROCHESTER,N.Y. CHICAGO. ILL
179-183 East Main St 200-206 Rwdotph St
' " PEHeaTflpe, Pigs Tee Cod glsh
A 7 f AIj
Is a well known speoiao for CONSUMPTION, in
DIGESTION, and all disorders of the STOMACH,
LiyfiS and KIDNEYS.
KINBTY YiiBS? popular use attests its purity,
safety and Superiority to all waters of this class.
Avoid ail coarse, irritating waters, foreign and
domestic; they Impair the- digestive organs and
kidneys, tliereby Inducing Irreparable results.
Nouo Gfiiiulao Sold on Draught,
,, wet Tryon iiUeeb
- IMPORTANT TO GOLD MINERS.
Iciproved Double Acting Concentrator.
work a larger quantity of pulp arid save
YV a larger per centage of SULPHUBETtJ than
a&y other known device, t devices, costing double
the money. For further particulars, address, at
Washington.!! Cr ' BBYAN TYSON,
v Seven years experience in California.
mar2d3t wl :
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