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CllAS. R. JONES, Editor and PropHon
Srhbmd at tbb Fcsr-omoa 4V
N. C as aaaont-CLASS mattbb.
SATURDAY MARCH 11. 1882.
CHINESE IMMIGRATION. ; ,
Ttis beeinninz td look as if the
Chinese question "was to be 4ecided to
the satisfaction of the people on the
Pacific slope after alL . The bill prohib
itnigthe coming of Chinese laborers to
this country for a period of twenty
years which practically means for all
time passed the Senate Thursday, and
The Memphis authorities 'arerenforc
ing the law against carrying deadly
weapons. ' .. s ' . .
New Orleans lsdlsoussiDgtha subject
of haviug schools .r fturies similar txy
those ia New ItorkV.- . ' -0
President Arthur has nominated the
notorious mulatto Pinchback as collec
tor of customs at New Orleans.
the Senate chieflV Occ Wied
IN DISCUSSING THE I liQVOR
TRAFFIC ? COMMteSION i BULL,
The nomination-of Conkling is giving
the Republicans trouble in Ohio, the
Garfield men construing it as an affront-
Dr. Gross, of Philadelphia, under
whose treatment Senator Hill, of Geor-
will undoubtedly pass the House, where I gia, has been, says that the Senator Is
it will not encounter even as much op-1 entirely cured.
position as it did in the Senate.
There may be a difference of opinion
in the Atlantic States as to the proprie
ty of passing such Exclusive legislation
as this, but in the Western and Pacific
States there is very little, and they,
especially the Pacific, are the most in
terested: we mieht. perhaps, without
impropriety, say the only ones interest
ed. The only real opposition the bill
met in the Senate was from New En
gland Senators, who did not discuss the
question on its merits but "viewed the
act as a violation of the existing treaty
with China. They overlooked the fact
if they cared to see it, that the importa
tion of Chinese laborers into this coun
try was not immigration in the proper
sense of the word, but a system of
coolie traffic differing but very little
essentially from absolute slavery. The
imported hordes do not come as other
aliens do, bringing their resources and
their wives and children with them to
become a part and parcel of our popu
lation, and make their future homes
here, to work, fell forests, make farms,
build cities and assume all the duties
and responsibilities of citizenship. This
the Chinese don't do. They bring noth
ing with them but their vices, the
scanty clothes they wear and rice
enough to last them until they can send
back to China for more. They don't
become land owners, nor land tillers
the extent of their agricultural ambi
tion being confined to the cultivation
of i a few rods of garden near some
town through which they peddle the
vegetables they raise. As a class their
inclinations and aspirations are meni
al ; they have no ambition to excel in
the honorable avocations, nor to elevate
their condition above that of mere
drudges or menials.
In the camp they herd, in the cities
' they congregate in hordes in forbidding
quarters woich become the festering
places of vices in which they stand pre
eminent. They have no respect for the
laws if they can evade them or violate
them undetected, and as for the courts
of justice or the sanctity of an oath
they have no regard whatever. They
have nothing in common with our peo
ple, and a thousand years of inter
course could not assimilate them.
Practically speaking they are of no
benefit to the country where they settle,
engaging in nothing that developes re
sources or produces wealth, or adds to
the prosperity of the land they live up
on. Their great hope is after paying
the transportation they obligate them
selves to pay the company which ships
them and holds a mortgage upon their
earnings until paid, to save something
and return to China to enjoy it, and if
they should die among the outside bar
barians, to have their bodies shipped
back to China, that their souls may rest
Their religion, habits, training and
tastes preclude the idea of their ever
becoming a part of the permanent popu?
lation of this country, which they never
intend to be and which never was in
tended should be.
We are speaking now of the class of
Chinese which infest the Pacific States
and against whose importation this act
has b en passed. Of course there is a
.bettter class of Chinese, but few of
these have made their way to these
shore, so few as to be not worth count
ing. It is well that this Mongolian tide is
to be stopped, for if -continued it would
at no distant day result in a clash be
tween the races on the Pacific that
would be terrible in its results. It is
better in this case that the law do what
the mob and force would inevitably do
before long. What exception the
Chinese government can take to it we
can't see, for there is no earthly reason
why this country should become the
refuge for- hordes of paupers, the very
worst elements of Chinese society, who
are picked up and shipped by the thou
sand by companies who engage in the
business for the money they make out
of it. That government may be glad
to get rid of such surplus population,
but should not find fault if this govern
ment objects to their coming.
Sergeant Mason has been found guil
ty, and has been returned to the cell to
await sentence. It is rumored that his
punishment will be three years' im
prisonment at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
He will remain in the same jail with
Ouiteau until Gen. Hancock approves
the finding of the court martial.
The Chinese minister at Washington
enjoys society much, while his wife re
mains at home shut up in her room and
busies herself tackling theftintricacies
of the Melican language.
i i i
The Atlanta PostAppeal publishes
the statement on what it calls reliable
authority that Hon. A; H. Stephens
will retire from public life at the close
of his present term in Congress.
A prominent citizen of Salt Lake as
serts that Brigham Young is still alive,
and that his pretended death was a
trick to impose upon the faithful, it
being the intention to raise Brigham
from the dead when the anticipated
crisis arrives among the brethren.
Tke Honsc takes up the Private "Calen
dar, Passes the Senate Bill for the use
of Government Vessels to Distribute
j Rations to the Flood Victims, and
hears a Report about the Arrest of
American Citizens in Mexico v ?
. Washington, March iqenate
Brown, of Georgia, presented a me
morial from the merchants, bankers
and other prominent citizens of Atlan
ta for an adequate appropriatin for im
provement or tne narnor at oavannan.
He subsequently introduced a bill ap
propriating $850,000 for this purpose. .
He briefly urged the commercial im-:
rjortanee'Dr that port and its ' oattrral
advantage as an outlet for the products
Ar4T23:tha"geha wfitif inf
uve session ano; soon after, adjourned
until Monday, i: g
chairman of the appropriation commit
tee,! reported : joint ; resolution ma.
king appropriatioriv.of;$iaj)00 to be
Hnmediately available to " enable the
ght house board to meet extraordina
ry expenses consequent on the flood in
the Mississippi riser Passed.
The House at 12:55 went into veam.
Jmlttee of thTB Whble.; DaVls, of Illinois.
.On-r private calendari Pendinar .the
discussion of a relief tbfll the commit-:
mjc xuao luwimauj sna' ioe iiouse
passed the joint resolution authorizing
the Secretary of War ; to use govern
ment vessels for transportation and
distribution of rations furnished bv
the United- States to sufferers bv the
Mississippi overflow7 .The committee
tnen resumed its session.- ' - .
The Speaker laid before the House a
Senator Brown, of Georgia, don't be
lieve Chinamen ought to be deprived of
the privilege of coming to this country
by the thousand or million. Perhaps if
Mr. Brown represented one of the Pa
cific States he might hold different
ANOTHER BREAK INUNDATES
Railroad Travel Stopped and Hnndreds
of Families laving on Rafts- Watch
ing the Levees at New Orleans.
Batou Sayba, La, March 10.-t-Point
Coupee crevasse has not affected the
stand of water here yet, although there
is a fearful mass of water escaping
from the river at that point. The levee
is still giving way rapidly as it is all of
green earth and crumbles as fast as
the water pushes against it. The gap is
now about 1,000 feet wide, and the wa
ter, as it goes through, is about ten feet
deep, but is rapidly digging deeper and
Lspreading far and wide over the coun
try ana will overnow a pare or mis
parish and all of West Baton Rouge
and portions of Assumption, Iberville,
St. Mary, Iberia and Terrebonne, the
richest sugar district in Louisiana. The
False River and Gross Tete country
will be soon inundated and the loss of
property and suffering of the people
will be terrible. Maj. II. C. Brown,
State engineer, says it is useless to at
tempt to stop the crevasse. The people
of Bayou sayra are maRing a nooie ngnt
against the flood. All the stores are
closed and every man is at work upon
the levees which protect the place,
while the draining machine is working
against fearful pressure.
Passengers from below report a break
in the levee eleven and a half miles
above Friars Point, Miss. The break
occurred yesterday, and although Friars
Point will be overflowed from the break
the town will not Buffer by the river
rushing through as at Austin.
New Orleans, March 10- The New
Orleans, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad
is again submerged and is impassable
in the neighborhood of Water Valley,
Miss. The overflow has assumed alarm
ing proportions, inundating all that'
section of the country. The trains are
unable to proceed further north than
Coffeeville station, this side of Water
Valley. Capt. Richard Sinott, just ar
rived from Red River, reports 250 fami
lies below Alexandria living on rafts
and in a deplorable condition. He
thinks the State should send them ra
tions at once, or that some private pro
vision should be made to relieve their
The levees along the New Orleans
city front are inspected daily, well
guarded, weak points strengthened and.
every precaution taken to prevent a
crevasse. The same precautions are
taken all along the line from Baton
ting a report from the - Secretary bt
State touching ; the imprisonment in
Mexico of Thos. Shields and two other
American citizens.' The report states
;thatf the resolutions of thS House call
ing ,ror-information relative thereto
was transmitted to Minister Morgan,
whom, it was alleged by Shields, took
no steps to: procure their release, and
the f ollowuig telegram was received in
reply : "The statement of Shields with
regard-to me is false. Hearing they
were arrested I brought the matter to
the notice of .the Secretary of State for
foreign affairs. They were released and
were re-arrested a few days since for
drunkenness and disorderly conduct.
Particulars by next mail."
The House then, at 4:30. took a recess
until i,S0, , . . ' ;
The evemncr session is to be for the
consideration of. pension bills only, ' ;
FOUB LIVES SAVKD. . 1
Dr. liulPs cough syrup relieved lour of nay chil
dren of a most alarming attack of Whooping
Cough, from which their throats and necks became
00 swollen as to prevent them from swallowing.
Nothing would give mem even temporary reuer,
until this syrup was tried. One bottle, In one
night, Baved their lives, I verily believe.
Captain of Police, Baltimore, Md.
Mllflo'nsbf mb.inlM,' cats, bid1 bags.' rdaeheft
lose their lives by collision with 'Kougti on Bats."
Sold by druggists, 15c
m mi i -
' C1TABKHOF THBBLADDBH.
Stinetne. imjrHn. Irritation of the urinary pas
sages, diseased discharges, cored by Buchupalba,
Druggists. Depot J. H. Ifcldeo, Charlotte.
It Is the Height of Folly to wait unta you are
in bed with disease- you may not get Over for
months, when you can. be cured during tne early
nymptoms by Parker's blnger Tonic. We have
known tne sicKuesi iamiiies maae ine nesiunen
ty a timely use of this pare medicine. Observer.
I had severe attacks of gravel and kidney trouble:
was unable to get any medicine lor doctor to cure
ms unill I used nop outers, and tney curea me in
a abort time. A distinguished lawyer of Wayne
county, N. Y.
Rouge to the Gulf.
In the House of. Commons last Friday
bight Baron Henry. DeWorms spoke of
the outrages upon the Jews in Russia,
and said that 201 women had been vicn
lated, 58 Jews killed and 70 wounded,
20,000 persons rendered homeless and
property wrecked to the value of 16,
000,000. As an illustration of an impossibility,
in a case before a Brooklyn court, last
week; a lawyer said: "It would be as
eafy for Mr. James G. Blaine to start a
Peruvian guano company with a single
sparrow on the highest peak of the
Rocky Mounteiris ' T -
Charles W. Havenner, a real estate
broker", in Washington,, attempted to
commit suicide ' by -shooting himself
last Monday. . He succeeded in knock
ing one.eye out. He is & Virginian by
birth; will connected and went through
the war in the Confederate -army., H
- Abeokuta. the Dahomey giant,
teet arid brie' inch iri height; who has
figured extensively! Iri". inuseums and
somewhat in public courts, is a mulatto,
named James GllberC' a'nd ia native of
Moors county, in this State. . ' : '
Favoring a Redaction of $70,000000.
Washington, D. C- March 10. It is
understood that the sub-committee of
the House committee on ways - and
means have virtually agreed upon a
bill reducing the internal revenue tax
on whiskey and tobacco, and removing
the tax entirely from a number of arti
cles embraced in schedule "A" - ,
The total amount, of the reduction in
internal revenue to be effected by the
bill is estimated at about seventy mil
The bill will probably be reported to
tne iuii committee next Tuesday.
Secretary Folger contemplates issu
ing Friday next a call for Donds, con
tinued sixes, to the amount of $15,000,
000, payable in three payments of about
$5,000,000 eachon the 8rd, 10th and nth
of May next
of the South and West. He gave ho- message rom the President' transmit-
tice or a nut appropriating uio amount
asked for this year to continue improve
ments. Morsran. from the committee on for
eign relations, reported a concurrent.
resolution requesting theJf resident to
bring to the attention of the govern
ment of Nicaraugua the necessity of
arranging bv a convention for the final
settlement of all unadjusted claims ex
isting between the government ot the
United States and the government of
Nicaraueua and claims of citizens of
the United States against the govern
ment of Nicaraugua,
The resolAtion was adopted after an
explanation by Morgan in reply to Mor
rill that the amount of claims in favor
of citizens of the United States, ranged
from $3,000,000 to' $6,000,000, and that
the resolution did not cover counter
claims of the citizens of Nicaraugua.
Vest offered a resolution directing
the Secretary of- war to use steamers
and other vessels belonging to or now
employed by the government on the
Mississippi and its tributaries in the
transportation and distribution of ra
tions and supplies furnished to sufferers
by the recent overflow, and providing
for the necessary expense thereof. Vest
explained that there was difficulty in
getting supplies to points in the interior
remote from Memphis and pointjs on
the Mississippi, and that small boats
were required for this purpose. Hun
dreds of sufferers were on the point of
starvation and the people of the West
and Southwest were generally respond
ing for their relief. The object now
was to render certain boats under con
trol of the government engineer corps
Cockrell had read a telegram from
the Merchants' Exchange of St Louis,
urging that the assistance of the gov
ernment be continued in view of the
discouraging reports received from the
inundated districts. The resolution
Dawes reported back the fortifica
tions appropriation bill without amend
Bills were introduced by Brown, ap
propriating .$350,000 lor the improve
ment of the narbor of Savannan.
Jonas,-6f Louisiana, offered a resolu
tion calling for an estimate of the ex.
pense of permanently closing what are
known as Albans, Herveys, Sale, Mur
phy's and lyountjt- canals, bing outlets
of Red River 4bove Snreveport, La.
Adopted. . . ; .. . . "N
The bill for a commission on the ah
coholic liquor traffic which again came
up on the calendar "was diseussed upon
Bayard said the suppression of pure
alcoholic stimulants would increase the
use of opiates and drugs ; that such had
been the experience of the medical pro
fession, tie moved an amendment to
include an inquiry on this point among
others to be assigned to the commission
Being interrupted by the expiration of
his five minutes, he insisted that the
question wag too large to be considered
under the five minutes rule, and he ac
cordingly claimed precedence forthe
tariff commission bill.
Conger moved to proceed with the li
quor commission bill. Adopted. Yeas
26, nays 24. A party vote, except that
Maxey and Davis, of Illinoisy voted aye
with the Republicans. Mahone also
voted aye. Morrill voted no With the
Democrats. The liquor commission
bill was then proceeded with and the
pending amendment offered by Bayard
was lost bv a party vote aves 24. noes
25. Cameron of Wisconsin, and Davis,
of niinois, voting aye with the Demo
crats. The bill was then reported to
tne senate from tne committee of the;
whole and Jones, of Florida, argued
against the power of congress to regu
late or interfere with the liquor traffic
ox tne states.
Sherman Teplied that the bill did not
propose any interference with theli-!
cense or sale in States, but merely m
stituted an irianirv as to the best moda
of dealing with the evils growing out M.AEKETSBY TELEGRAPH
ui we utuiii;. xie muugub i( a sumcieni
salt you arid at the lowest possible prices, you cannot do better than at our store.
Ladies, Gentlemen, -Miss'e$,BdyalfrCKidrelf
VI . . .'mi vAHNOT fm.TOBSUIfI0iN I -
SXUUML im m. jBiPWB IA.JX J SHO E S
"TE rintee that every pair ol 8EOtat:01 shaU be found Just as represented, and shall allow no bouse to grw you better goods than we a
money. Our stock baa been carefully selected wltb a view to the wants of all classes of customers, and oomprlses a full Une of beauttful and
goods, of the jreiy best quality and all grades, from the finest French Kid Button Boot to the Heaviest Braan. If you wish to t . 1?
. " ; --ivui uvuva uuu BUOeS t0
Give at a5 can.
A. E. NEilSPfiiK)-
l tin o
eonttnent ; .
; to. Great Britain
to France '; to
Weekly-net recelote JLEMt: ftUu K ras- naw
6,156; exports coastwise 2.806; to Great Brttain
1,889; to continent 1,960; Jrance ; to chan-
nel 8,215. . -. , ;
TfoXTOLi Firm: mlddttrw 1 1 a-i Rj;
1,625; gross " n : stock inort imnit.
wise. ;: sales : exnorta to Great Britain
: to continent . ' . y. ,
Weekly net receint in.nKff- trrnaa i -iir-' snia
8,518; .coastwise 8,937; Great Britain 5-444:
GJoannei' ; continent Franoa . "
BAIATKOBS-Ilrm: middling 1 1 S&a; nm mM.
dllng 11 Ui ; good ordinary iOfe; net receipts 611;
gross 788; sales : stock' 86,231; ezpona
aoastwlse -; splntieri ; exports to Great
Britain ; to continent
Weekly net TeoelDts.7nR: stoss R.11S! nalna
1,125; spinners 6O0; exports Greats Britain
; coastwise 150; continent 3,227.
Boston Qalet: mlddtlns 12s: low middnna
llc; gooa ordinary: 10e; net receipts 670;
fobs 1,523; sales : stock 10,827; exports to
reat Britain ; to France .
Weekly net receipts 8.779: erciss 6.450: sales
-r-ri exports to Great Britain 4,467.
Wilmington Firm ; rniddllnjj lllAc: low mid-
Una 11 116c; good ordinary 10 8 16c: recelDts
234; gross sales ; stock 5.065; exports
coastwise j to Great Britain ; to
"Weekly net receipts 1 428: sross : exnorts
coastwise 463; to Great Britain 2 825; to con
Philadelphia Firm; middling 12U)C; low
middling 1 Hfco; good ordinary lOVfcc; net receipt
, gross B2j sales - ; spinners : utoek
; exports Great Britain ; to continent
The leadlnr scientists of To-day agree that
m8t diseases are caused by disordered Kidney and
Iiver. If, therefore, the Kidneys and Livers are
Kept in perfect order, perfect health will be thetre-
suit This truth has only been known a short tfnu
and for years people s une red great agony wi nout
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 Just the elements necessary to nourish and
Invigorate Nth of these great organs, and safely
restore ana Keep mem ra oraer. it is a ruom v s
BKMKDY for all the diseases that cause pains in
the lower part of tne body for Torpid Liver
MeadacDea J aunaice tnzzines s uravei ever,
Ague Malarial Kev'er. and all difficulties of the
Kidneys, Liver and Urinary Organs.
it u an excellent ana saie remeay ior iemaies
during Pregnancy. It will control MenBtruaUpn
and la Invaluable for Leuiwrrnaja or falling of the
As a Hood Purifier It Is uneoualled. r It cans
the organs that haxb the blood.
This Kemedy. wnicn has done such wonders, is
put up in tbe LaBGKST 8IZKD BOT1 LK of any
medicine upon the market, and Is told I . druggists
and all dealers at 81.25 per bottle. For Diabetes,
enquire for WAKNKB'3 BaFX DUBJtTJS CUBE.
It ia a POSrriVK Bern edy.
H. H. WARN KB CO..
Jan28 : Bocbester, N. x.
A Georgia Railroad Decision. .
Atlanta, March 10. The Attorney
General's decision as to the validity of
the Western & Atlantic lease bonds is
based on the fact that the Railroad
companies signing had no right to en
dorse under their charters except by
the unanimous consent of the stock
holders. President Wadley, of the Cen
tral Railroad holds that his road is not
bound by the signatures, and protests
have been made by stockholders of each
road. The shares in the lease are held
by various parties and the total amount
of value one million dollars. About
$600,000 of income bonds based on earn
ings of tne lease are yet outstanding
The lessees will contest the Attorney
General's decision in the courts.
Middle States slightly colder; fair
weather, higher barometer and north
South Atlantic winds shifting to
to northerly with rising, barometer,
slight fall in temperature and fair
Gulf northeast to southeast winds
and partly cloudy weather, local rains
on the coast, ruing followed by falling
barometer, and slight changes in tern
answer to the objection to sav that in
formation was needed to enable t!orw
gress to deal with tbe District of Co
lumbia and the Territories, and to reg
mate tne revenue.
Maxey corroborated and elaborated
the view. expressed by Sherman.
The number of the commission was
fixed at 7 in order that diverse senti
ments on the temperance issue might
be sufficiently represented, and the time;
within which the commission shall re-
Dort was fixed at 18 months.
; After some further' disctfssi&ri; the
bill was passed, ayes 34 noes 14.
The following is the vote, yeas : Ald-j
rich, Allison, Blair, Coke, Conger. Da
vis, (of 111.) ' Dawes, - Edrriunds, Ferry :
Frye, Garland, George, Groome, Hale,
Harrison. Hawley, Hill, (of Colorado)
Hoar, Xapham, McDill, McMillan, Ma
hone. Maxey, Miner, (or California)
Mitchell, Morrill, Piatt, Plumb, Rollins,
Sawyer, Sewell, Sherman, Teller and
Walker 34; nays: Bayard, Beck;
Hampton, Harris, Jonas, Jones, Mor
gan, Pendleton, Pugh, Ransom, Slater,
Vance; Van Wyck and Vest 14.
Kellogg, Jones, (of Nevada) Windom,
Cameron, (of "Wisconsin) and Teller, in
favor of the bill, were paired with Far
ley. Williams, Davis, (of West Virgin
ia) against. Brown was paired with
The bill provides for the appoint-1
ment oy tne jfresiaent ana tne confir
mation by the Senate of a commission
nr BPVfin nersons not more man ronr on
whom shall be of the same political
Wnjaserojr. N. C Spirits turpentine auiet at
49a Rosin quiet; strained S1.87Vh; good strained
SI .92' Tar steady, at $t. KO. Crude turpentine
steady, at 82 25 for hard; 83 50 for yellow dip;
82-80 for vlndn (inferior). Com steady; prime
white 83tf84, mixed t . ..
Balttkom Noon Flour steady and In fair de
mand: Howard street and Western suner S4 80-
84.50; extra S4.75SS5.85; family $8.0087.00;
Citr MlllssuDer 88. 50S4.50: extra 88.75384.75:
mo brands 86.75; Patapaoo family 87.75. Wheat
souinem scares ana nrm; western nigner;
Soutbem red 81-800)81.83: amber 81.88S81.42;
No. 1 Maryland ; NO. 2 Western winter red
spot, $1.81iA313Ui. Corn-Southern higher;
Western higher; Southern white 81; Southern yel
Bautixobs Nteht OaU higher: Southern 52Q-
56; Weatsrn white 64ffi 56; mixed 5a 54; Penn-
syirania oatroo. rroTisions quiet; mess porK
817.50QiS18.00. Bulk meats-shoulders and clear
rlb-sldes, packed 7Ui0. Bacon -shoulders 81A ;
clear rib sides 10; hams 124iaiaii. Lard-
refined 11SA. Coffee strong; Bio eargoes ordln
art to fair 9310. Suimr very firm; A soft Mh,
Whiskey firm, at 81.17S81.18. Freights dull.
CiHonraATi Flour. finner:famllTSi.eoas5!80:
fancy S6.35SS7.00. Wheat-stronger; No. 2 red
winter 8 1.27 S1.28. Corn active and firm and
higher; No. 2 mixed, 64ti. Oatt -stronger: No.
a miiea, 40i&o47. roin nrmer, at $17i5U.
iATQ demand acure. at 810. 25. Bulk meats-
quiet and firm; shoulders Stt.25S6.50j ribs
Sd.05S9.85. Bacon-stronger; shoulders S7-62;
ciear nossiu zo; ciear810.75. wnisKey-steaoy,
atSl-16; combination sales of finished goods 540
barrels on a basis of 81. 16.- Sugar firm and un
changed. Ho8 firm: common- and light 85.25-
SS5. HO: packing and butchers S8.25S7.00. Re
ceipts -; shipments .
Chicago. Flonr rtnii' vrhemteMvei. firm and
higher: No. 2 Chicago spring 81.28Vk81.29 for
casn; vi.vv ior marcn; 8i.0UO9l,ot4l io Apni.
Corn-moderately active and higher; Regular 59;
mil soge oiyg ior cash; bVVb tor Marcn; om ior
Weekly net receipts 294; gross 1,546; sales
: SDinners -: eoastwlse : continent :
to Great Britain 2,000; stock 14,111.
Savannah Firm : middling lltfec: tow mid
dling lie; good ordinary lOVio; net receipts
1.310: gross ; sales z.ioo; stock rJ2,l4;
exports coastwise ' to Oreat Britain . ;
to France 1 to continent -.
Weekly net receipts 8,603: gross 8,752 ; sales
10.400;. exporta to Great Britain 4,587; France
; coastwise 1,275: continent 2,481.
Nsrw OBLXAHS-Flrm: mlddllns 113ic: low
midahns 1 ltec: eood ordinary lOakc: net recelDts
2,180; gross 2,980: sales 6,000; stock 814.718;
exports to ureal Britain ; to France ;
eoastwlse ; to continent ; to chan
Weekly net receipts 14.027; gross 18.646:
sales 8.850; exports Great Britain 40,097; chan
nel 2.280: coastwise 4,182: France 6,931; conti
Mobilx Firm ; middling llc; tow middlini
tl!Ac; good ordinary lOl&c; net receipts 402;
gross ; sales 700; stock 81,149; exports
eoAst : France ; to Great Britain
to continent .
Weekly net receipts 3,830; gross 8,832; sales
is.Hou; exports to ureat Britain ; coastwise
8,804; .Trance - ; continent , .
anng l ic; gooa oramary mjiac; net reoetois 1W;
gross 241;, .shipments 1,765; sales 1,400; stock
.Weekly net receipts 2,424; gross 2,731; 'ship
ments saies w,32o.
, Aubdsta Firm; middling ll.c, low mM
dltng 1014c; eood -ordinRry lOc; -recetrt 245;
anipments a.az.i: saies 8o.
Weekly net rec'ts 1.562; shipm't 2,223; sales
z.ywo, spinners ; sioc
CHABLBsroii--firrn; middling lllic; low mid
tlna 11W5; good ordinary 11c; net rueolot
2 423; gross ; sales 1,000; stock 46.790
Lpni-M coastwise ; to Great Britain
to comment to Franoe ; to channel
Weekly net receipts 6,426; gross ; sales
8,800; coastwise 8 429; continent . ; Great
Britain 6.804; to France :.
Nsw York Firm; sales 1,428: middling up
lands 11 15-16; middling Orleans 12 8-16 consoli
dated net receipts r exports 1 o Great Britain
: to France : to continent : to
Weekly net rec'ts 3.024; gross 17.128; exp'ts
to Great Britain 8,397; France 5U9; continent
1,683; sales 0,684; stock 388.670.
Montgomery Firm, in good demand; middling
llic; low middling lC&cjeood ordinary 9tyc; re
ceipts 645; shipments 887; stock, present year,
10,452; stock, last yar, 9,140 ; sales 887.
Macoh Firm; middling lOTfcc; low middling
lOtfec; good ordinary 934c; receipts 212; sales
1,188; stock, present year, 7,964; stock, last year,
6,662; shipments 1,262.
CoLDMBta Quiet; middling 10i4c; low middling
10c; good ordinary 9c; receipts 525; ship
ments 2,819: sales 842; spinners ; stock
13,055; ex. Great Britain ; coastwise .
Nashttllr Steady; middling lUfec; low mid
10c; good middling 9Hc; net receipts 67rt
shipments 1,276; sales 1,579; spinners 578;
ock, present year, 10,605; stock, last year,
Pobt Rotal, S. C Weekly net receipts 622;
stock 4,s81; exports to Great Britain ; coast
wise 20. Bales .
Providence, R. I. Weekly net receipts 890;
stock 6,000; sales 800.
Sklma, Ala. Dull ; middling 11c Weekly
reseipts 265; shipments 627; stock, present
year, 6,481: .
Bom, Ga. Steady; middling 1114c: low mid
dling 10cf good ordinary 10c Weekly receipts
880; shipments 1,053; stock 5,958.
New OKLkAira.-H. C. Parker, secretary, yester
day made bis report to the National Cotton Xx
ebange. showing; the mofement for tM month of
February: Port receipts 4.004,412 bales; last
year 4.682 213; decrease 577,801 bales Over
land to the mills direct 355,013; lastyear 874.626;
decrease 19k613 Shipped to Canada over and
22,918; last year 17,626. Overland to the mlUs
during February 19,536; lat year 40.159; de
crease 20,623. Northern mills taklmre for Febru
ary 65.229 bales; last year 187,918; decrease
OOXPAEATITX OOTTOM 8TATSMKNT.
Si6.6081B65 for cash:
and mner, at 81
Senate Confirmations. ; . .
Washington, March 10. Thefeate;
td-day confirmed f the tollowinj? nomi-i
nations: Knf us Ingalls, to be Qnarter-
mii8ir uenerai ; waiter t. Jonnson,
Dartv. nor be advocates Of prohibitron. lAPril 0ts moderately acdve and higher, at
to hold .office not eneJE, jffMtfi SKWSfS
liquor traffic, its relation to revenue and!
taxation ana its general economic,
criminal, moral and scientific status in
connection with pauperism, crime, . so
cial vice, public neaitn ana general
welfare and aa to the practical results
of license; and prohibitory legislation.
The commissioners are to serveiwitn-
out salarr. and- to report withjtrris
months .after the passage lot .tne ;act.
An appropriation of $10,000 is made foi;
tneir expenses. v
A pro tracts struggle to? precedence
of consideration for nehdincr measures.
. ... ? . . . - . . - 1 omuD,
in. . wuiuu. LUH.rHHutscu.va merits 01 lub TMnmm .r.u
.tiff CornrnJssin blUJabanesfl indejnk-1 tod'pttce without .marked change;
816.55 for March;
for An, 11. I rd active, firm
0.87JA fox cash; S10-B7U for
ADiUi Bulk meats fairtr active and a snade
higher; shoulders $8.25; short rib ,89. 85: short
A'h.U8ooaiMli;feiir.: sletidVjn fairly
active: common to fair extr 85.1O086U5U; good
to choice. xtra 4t8.70S8 00. Wheat unsettled,
and ODenlna iaitt hiirhAr. but subseauently be
came weak and lost most of the advance, then re- .
ocvea atraui, ana croslngwtrong at 1 dpi 340 over
i last evening's comet ratesigifided red Sl-05-1,88:
Nr i white Sl.81S1.82; new and old,
Pril S1.83iaai HiKTAlXSined hfehef and
filositaa vert nrm- anruu na AOMhi Nou 5. Marh
J0fl.7flWll RiL iWbQftVk,. OiUs-lo.wer.aad less
active; sua. , h, ou. Hnns-unchanged m prices aoa
nity fund and presidential count ; -HBSftiMjaH f jwewbei Bominai;
measures-weirft'tietanetl' fciaenfeth and i
Ofifinnifirl thfk rAmainrifir nf th Awr I Tlard A 8a 'v
r ATchaue vby . Beck that.the;protee- "liiJ'rm heWafid demand j
tlonistcl were l aeeklnflr xodfelaT adtioii I
nnl1.fyM. nfAn.f1 1Z-A A-. I rtn tV, f o Tof fho Tr,n o 1 a I rtn U T..i, Steau7,a OliVJ. WOOI-,
trict of Georcia-,.. . owned by ; them , had inade avowals ta rrS5S?Li80.r. Potfc-4eid a, shadet hurher sSd
r- ' 1 . - .1 . w. . s .1 - s k . ; anus in if irrinn m. .x - jr-r
Meeting ofOUkak sbinners. M irrSVS
'lUAatta-M: jkli:uau.-a.k yesterday a i-jn i uiwiv,,mituio .truuiuoo : w- 1 ketdnii
. tK. :irn.A. d2JLl ' I JiUk ,Atl,anMaaittarifll niUhf vomoin. I .T coaler.
elation it wa3 stated that it -was likely
that the short time movement In East guments
Lancashire- wouia De aDanaoneQ4-ana
repeal of the India Impdrt dhtTes will
have an influence on production.., , .-. - f
bpinallv th tariff bill .wasstaketttun r1
and tnformany iaia asiae s.-unniiisnea
business for Monday." " ' : j M..-.i
dllns ITuZr Jrf mwQuptTri0 lew. jnld-;
SiiSw 1 1 WO:. snaH ,ordinWJ flit-. m LIt.
1 . IIP!. X
1 " I
I COlTUnOsT AU.1
n, wan team nan,
W. T. BLACKWELL & CO.
HianfMtnran of Ui Origlnl azl Oay Bcnulns
Our claim for merit fa based!
7V7u vuo law tuai a Rhemical I
analysis proves that the totiacco
grown in our section i better
aclaptccl to make a GOOD JTUE,
satisfactory smoke frhan ANY
OTHER tobacco siovn in the
world: aud being situated in
the HEART f this fine tobacco
oco-nou, v x'j nave fie PICK of
the wfTerings. Th,c jinblic ap
preciate this; hence our sales
ySXCEED the products of ALLi
the leading manufactories com
bined. BSFNone gaiuine unless it
bears Cm trade-mark of the I?ul,
Mar 22 ly
to 10 points. At the third call March brought
11.8H; Apru ia.07; nay 12.2&; June 12.44; July
12.60 and 12,69; August 12 74; October 11-77;
November 11.58. Futures doped strone. and 1 1
to 13 points higher for the leading months than
New 5's, . ...-..:.....-......;;...,
Four and a half per oQntSu.. .,,
Four per ceqts,....
staebonds-rill and lrregulaj. .
Sub-treasury balances Gold,.
" ", Currency,
Stocks.'-11 A. JL -The stock market opened
strong at per cent higher thah yesterday's
closing prices, the Richmond Sc. DawviUe, ttae
Nashvilloat Chettarioo,' the Terre Haute pre
ferred, the Cast fennessee and the BleJimondSt
AlleghCHy bel g- prominent Id trie advance. ln
early dealings the general market advanced t 3
per cent, tbe Louisville & Nashville, the Memphis
& Charleston and the New Jersey Central being
most conspicuous to the upward movement. Fol
lowing this- was a reaction of 442.1A per cent, the
Louisville-fc Nashville and the NaehvMe & Chatta
nooga leading the decline. M 1 1 .o'clock, there
was a fractional recovery In the general list and
an advance of 1 &er cent In the Missouri Pa
cific ; . :-r " : -
Stocks Irregular aii closing weak:
Alabama Cla Av-2 te S
Alabama Glass A, small
Alabama Class 8, 5's
Alabama- Glass C. 4's.-.
Chicago and Northwestern
Chicago and Northwestern preferred,
Georgia,. . ...
Lake Shore . ;, -. v.
Louisville and Niwhvllle , , . .
Memphis and Charleston,,,,
Nashville and CUattanooa.
New York Central
Richmond and Allegheny
Richmond and Danville
Rock Island n ,..
Wabash, St'Locis Prtflc.. ........ .
Wabash, St Louis & Pacific preferred
4 ' jura 1 r I iT J mm'BBmvntHsvaf ss j
IS curhfssiil k fe"Q
II V M lit Z
Net receipts at all United States ports
punng wejK.,.v.,,.....i F".ji--
Same wek last year
Total receipts to this date
Same date last year
Exports for the week.................
Same week last year...
Total exports to this date. . . .
Same dale last year
Stock at all United States ports.......
Same turn last year
Stock at all interior towns.
Same time last year ..
Stock at Liverpool
Same time last year
Stock of American afloat for Great
Same time last year
LnnKFOOL Noon Good demand freely met at
previous prices; middling uplands 6d; middling
Orleans 6 18-t6d; sales 15,000; 1 speculation and
exports 2,000; receipts 19 400: American 13,100.
Uplands low middling clause: March delivery
6 19-82d; March and April 6 19-82d6 87-64drH-619-32d.
AprtlandMsy843-64d; May and June
6 23-32drt 47-64d; June and July 6 25-32d-6
51-64d; July and August 6 55-64d; August and
September 6 29 82dffiB 59-64d; September and
October ; ' Futures steady.
v trvBhPOOi.-5 P. K Sales of American cotton
11,900 bales. Uplands low mlddl'g clause: March
delivery ; March and April ; April
and May ; May and June 6 47-64d; June
and July 6 51-(54d; July and August 6 55 64t:
August and September . : Futures closed dull
and easier. ...
Sales for the week
Speculation. .... .
Forwarded from ships' sides. . .. .
, rprooi coti.cculab..
.ThU'week'ftclroular.of: the Liverpool Cotton
Brokers'. .Association,-says: "Cotton has been in
extensive demand, with a hardening tendency.
Amerieatrwas 1W Increased' demand! mM tmnk.
ary to good .middilngls idaBdmlddrlmr fair t lBd
jiuiuer, oo;ittui was u somewnai improved i
xcviucdl. nut il whs neeiT met. 11 mnna mxii inn.
te Futures hardened and are generally 1-I6d
iniSl'jClt: The market forVantii n'nd.fuhrt
6f. . An sjayancB Is demanded, which ber
ln&V L tpBk--Ket ;TBcerbti ; 6i gross ? f ,14CJl
auire: closed ittoagi iaieg;i47J00O bales. 1 oJ
Aprrl.c;. . .i.-n, .,wvJ.iai.v.-i'J. ia,10il 1
eeptenrbet.s., . . 4 , . . t 4 , 1 5.86 J
'-.vi in ui buw uciuu.u ana auvauca at 9
CITT COTTON MAEJP5T.
OrnCI OP THB OBSEBVHsi, t
CUAKtQTTK, Hareh 11, 1882. f
The market yesterday closed steady at the fo!
Good Mlddllns.... it
Strictly middling 1 1 ia
ocnci iow mwaiing. , ji
Lowmlddllna..... , ... 10
KKCKIPT8 FOB THB WKKK ENDED FBJDAT, 10th.
Saturday. ....... 200" bales
Monday-:-..-...-.. 79 "
Tuesday 152 "
Wednesday 71 "
Thursday.;.... , 2T9 '
Friday........:.......,,:, 177 "
i V i
IN THE GREAT COMEDY DRAMA,
K I R
Nearl y 1,500 Consecutive Represent-
tioia Tbrbughout ibeXrnlted
TBE XOIVGESTI.ltUN ON
i " 1 i. I' J 't
it eco no.
THE GREATEST PLAT. .
'f. BRILLIANT OVATI0N3.
' DAZZLrNO TRIUMPHS.
THiWHQIfE COUNTRY ELECTBIFlEI).
rrBTBaPAtBo TO THB,xxJ9Barr,
PLE3, BOILS, or
CURES WHEN" ALL QTR VA
If you doubt, come to see us. and we will
or charge nothing! !i
Write jof particulars, and a copy ot the little book
"Message to the Unfortunate 8ufferiog.''
Ask any prominent Druggist as to omi Standing.
-$1000 REWARD will be paid to any
wno mil noa on analysis oi ioo bottles ol s. 8. s.
Iodide of Potassium, or
one particle of Mercury,
SWlf T SPECIFIC CO.. Prota .
Price of Small Size 81.00
Large 61ze, 1.75
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
BOW TO TUl
. . ; " i f ;
GENUINE SITIMOWS XiVeiI KECC-
LiTOR, OR MEDICINE.
Look fof idean neat WHITE 'WBAF"PEB with
the red symbolic letter stamped upon it In the
form of a ribbon gracefully curved into the letter
Z embracing the emblems of our trade, Spatula.
Mortar and (Graduate with the words A. f. SIM
MONS' LIVER REGULATOR or MEDICINE there
on, also observe tbe signature of J. H. Z EI LIN 4
CO., In redjnk qalbe bide. . ., , . ,
TAKE NO THEK,
known to sour.
Beware of those wb know nothlp
ComDounds who nut oi nostrums s
and being an alt zed provv worthless and only made
to fleece the public, and U- pirate on tbe well earn
ed reputation of BeUtn. A Go's, medicine these
frauds have no reputation to sustain and will
cheat you for a few penneys every way they can.
See Who Endorses tbe Gen aloe.
Hon. Alex. H. Stephens,
Rt Rev. Jno. W. Beckwlth, Bishop of Ga,
Gen. Jno. B. Gordon, U. S. tenator,
BL Rev. Bishop Pierce,
Hon. Jno. GUI Sboi(er,
J. Kdgar Thompson.
Hon. B. H. HU1.
Hon. J. C Breckinridge,
Prof. David Willis, D. D.
Chief Justice Hiram Warner, of Ga. '
Lewis Wunder, Assistant P. M. Pnlla., Pa,
and thousands of others from whom we have let
ters of commendation and recommendation.
It Is eminently a Family Medeclne; and by be
ing kept ready tot immediate resort will save
many an hour of suffering and many a dollar In
time and doctors' bills.
Dr. Simmons' Liver Regulator,
- " V ARTTr ACTCKED OHI T T
3. II. ZE1XIN 4c CO.,
Sold iby ail. Respectable Drogglsts.. .
H A Zlfi t R IR .KE
GOES HOilK TOjEEX HXABT
CATHAKTIO .Jljl AJ ETI VF,
Is a well known speol&e 4or CONSUMPTION, IX -
f plOESTIOrT, and all disorders of the STOMACH,
s J caii ;bj secured at the umial tiftcai L1VEB and KIDNEYS.
BrveTeaLOp.- . ' ' .'.. I 5 NlNEf tEAB'o)ar iKe'4tesls.ts
pari..-., ,n... ... ? . T.T.-l-J lafety and supe'rloTtttb all' ware rs ol thl
i ','- JTnPxKr: .ri' A Sr 'H tJ 1 Tl Jtoid all ooasEe, Irritating waters, forels
T. jAM reflblrMLy th Board of Aider men to sake
X' settlatneut of Taipjdu lha dtr. for the Tear
1S8L at once. Dellnooanls are herebr notified
that nnitss they call and wujJe at once their prop
ertywtThbe adieitlsed TOtneglst-dRy-or-MereBY
-nJy. -r t-8JI COlleeteilr-!-
m at m
iA'i i Si
' ; Pickled Trlpe,rpig9 Feet. Cd Fish:
ik buw . - -aca nig cmior M t JO.-'fr.t
mar3 ,y.fci"i t tTKj-;
Avoid ail coose, Irritating waters, foreign ana
domestic; yjr lrhpalf: the digestive organs and
kldnaysaibereduciag irreparable nesuluv
. i.fi-hK ! re:':..; .i
S marl 2meol : .-s.,!,!' ..?.'., v.;
IMPOHTANT T0.G0t.? MINERS. ,
any other iuitwndelir devicea, easldwible
thOTwone?.-' . Jfior' further rrtlcuiara,i aoress, at
fta hmba waom .mvtnM In fbiltrarill&
S.'ttpELLf "II maradWldt w r-crru i '