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CIIAS. . JONES, Editor and Prop'tor.
' tmnmif tn Brwr-omoa at
N. X AS a-00-CLSB TTB.l '' 3
E SENATE Pj
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12,1882.
THE SOUTH IGNORED.
Never since the wax has the South
had a fair representation in the Cabi
net at WashtniteaiwY
member having rore thaqlioni'. meft
iwr nnr. Mr a rr nit r .om rv nnvHj m r ...-"- a MmrtiiiABV
' "? VrrKCT -JR-
UUIOU UC1 CUIUCI 1U UIO IUUO - u
his cabinet by removing the only South-
I rjSTITJ: DISCUL3IO
RiGirr pF mAk xuxi
Tnnhntoffraohabv taoo-xlWnt is em man in it and replacing him by a
A.faKiioh .f V I man fro:
The House Passes the Postofflce Bill
With Sundry Amendments, but Qn ash
es the Franking PiiYilege, and Then
now an established fact.
Hayti is .enjoying the pleasure of an
other revolution. "
. . " JTV Va.W-4S4tfcJ.SJa'
against Peru, with which he is connect-
-uas counsel. Alexander Coehefc. a
Frenchman, -rant a nnrtinn hi- ii
v r v aa-r-wA wavaa v uiu . .u
Resiwtef thd Oiscuftslon of ifieTa
timnusion js m. r r rr r 1 1 WsQewmrViB father-of
WASHINGTON.-Apni II.AT&li?wwnoflW8 0
- . --.. - . - I 111 afllA AAhA mi 1 - .
Henry Grady of the Atlanta Cbnsti-
tution is looming up as a 'candidate for
Congressman at Large from Georgia.
The Pennsylvania miners, through
their delegates, protest against the veto
of the Chinese bill.
reported an original bill as a substltu
for the pendinjr measures, authoxizii
;n that the Secretary bf theTttasuiy to4xam
There are in the United States 5,000,
000 of people ten years of age and overt
who cannot read.
from New England. PracticalIy
speaRng fehelffciJ worse off "in this re
spect with no memberjnan with Due
one, for one would be but of little toe
to his section, however weUffisposeU,
- mf T-V. dl 4"
T 'iUik SIC T,jTT1 aTST toe and reportto Congresathe amount
we have ftOttaug .eipfeclallyjloregret In of claims bf lsfflf Nevada
the South in the selection of his cabt-1 f oroMys expeiriedtednesa.
nAt. hnt it wnnM nAAm that Hrm assumed by said tates and territories
7 , . r 1 I because of Indian nosuuues.
embracing as many States and as maqyl n n y
people, and oontributinr as larger asi The-6eiateoote up tBeJcate&Mr laid
tha RntK ilma tn .Tia ' AnnfinVf ffhA I DaSSeQ S BmDDerOI DMVaW BfllS. !
craoung tne- rignt or wayto tn
Louis ' and San rraneiaca
forthe pending- measures, wthoiizing iSmWeiwy.es jfejjtil-
Mr. Teller, the new Secretary of the
Interior, thinks there are no good In
dians but dead Indians.
held in San Francisct in August, 1883
Florida rattlesnakes have commenced
business. A young' man at Mount
Pleasant died on the 1st in at.
bite of one.
CIHP cW,4he Arm.jof nAUier
came up as unfinished business,' m -i- i I U uiros, wnq represented tb at rtbfey , b
Hawfoy kMtta iUathejaito
fnrm nrwhiih 4t mmA ,fmm fthAmii. I "to Do rewaraed. A oommittee .Of- J
road-committed as nn attempt bo xiQ- S ??djtne matxt an
I late the treaty; rights of thIndians.
rons-oi euano to cocnet. uDon. Ene.con-
. . .... ' - . - r . ) '
, i ,awon, nowe ver, tna be fin?uia;
proposed toisekeb theia laaaa.Whutirirf ti iiSSm.
Kbw YOBSSoHUiara flouj.-falr;
Liu ,i.4iujhi4.. vom vsq-ic. Der
dlsc6verle -! WcttfJlie' ?had-:
general government should not be ig
nored altogether by an administration
claiming to be nationaikn njpt lectiou-
air hrfeei)tibifcanWy whwh was
in its inception purely sectional claims1
to be so no more,; haying :cea$ed to be
. , ' , . . . l sectional whenf It crossed ' tW ' ditldmg i Upon a pretext sA -ratifying an act of
The Triennial Conclave of Knighte u . , obtaih'raid fooU?tho Choctaw Muncik aaiA the-bUL
m..1 nf (ha TTnitArt RtntPA Will Ml . ' ' ... I nrnnrtuul fn.aairiv t.Koiw. laid, vtthflnt.
aouhuib i hAM in f i,& snnf h if if ho rhpn ;t na i -rrrr ' rr" --v,wi
. nrnvinmiT MnniinunBiDTBaiiigimff r.nw vuvuuuw
tional party in fact as it claims to be as 1 te rf : cQmaefiaationtherefot.: Tfialia.ad6.i
well at in name, it should be roiisisteatlcouM conettvaitf . tevr, gt e''
and rtMm7. in fh nnnnrils of its ad4 UiJmtMi8W.WaWvlJTiBlOAI3gM .Al,Ausu" yiuiuweu. uy gtafidlnl XWMolasiSfiimaSdtod
" t iftthaoraperieiralBenMOlthat oeatB.Wi OUmaw.son, a34flusHitttoi ; sn hMeff-find.;. Boston
Ministration au bbcwous. awwuiuu i ,aeaisration in coniravenUon-of aTnls netr unaer tuft laws 'Pefa seemp4flrtjafr3att.,xnrtiB&utet and
hAVfl thfi merit of cattaiatanis . at least I STf a ,S?Za it I. ta liave revived the olaim neon a ,Vw lflfflkJwlrrP9i9Brf Pomes-
.' ,j-UWv m iM,. r yw-'17TCrJirtr-ViJ ino aeeK4oara45i -Texas; irz. , TOTr-iess a
m it. -v' - : fr r'; i txmmmMm itmwuMi poxe,.gpjag i usDRMr mMwam
Richmond, Va., became a city on the
2d of July 1782 and wants to have a lit
tlecentennial in commemoration of that
Jumbo, Barnum's big elephant, ar
rived in New York last Monday. - The
custom house men did not examine his
The New Orleans Times-Democrat
estimates the loss direct and indirect
from the recent flood at not less than
The President has received a petition
containing 350,000 signatures, and a
mile long, asking for the pardon of
The city council of Lynchburg, Va-
has passed an ordinance exempting
manufactories from taxation for a pe
riod of eighteen years ; this with a view
to encouraging enterprises of that kind.
The jury to try the cases of the citi
zens of SoutI) Carolina charged with
violating the Federal election laws was
empanelled Monday, and is composed
of six white and six black men.
The Utica Morning Herald, Republi
can, says it is a mistake to suppose that
the country will accept Mr. E. Chand
ler as a representative Garfield Repub
lican. During the past year nearly $79,000,
000 were expended on fences in the
United States. The cost of the fences
now in use amounts to more than the
Mr. Arthur has held out the idea, that
sectionalism was not to enter into his
administration; and he "Was the first
President since the war who refrained
from alluding to tieputh4o asecon-
ai sense winch waa-taken as sign max
he.intended to deal more liberally in this,! but that mv government stands A ready
"JLL "" " 1 'ii i I, ii . '
The rl.i -.f Sl"2"W" ' 1 .'
mmw M r en man juompaiiy.
Mr. Jacab RShinhfir iri
niL .r, ViB commute on foreign
we ijsryjLTE attentio?
k ism 1 Hi v-ffN - -r
rl WJf : : - :t a: . tti 1 V"
TQr OUH STOCK OF
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE;
luU line ol Goods of aU grades, and ot various ctvs and nri. heino V wi 7CT -.Xr.Trr"" pomimmm.
Invite all to give us a call and sallsfj themselves ol the truth of out assertions: r """" u W-a wo w ana OOttotrj U4de
sUrated the immense wmmerciai ValuB
of .(thgtianft depfia"or'!Pe This
LI 11 ' .
.Dd-n fair demand.
jHHt "nlfenk: No. a
t.84aai.861A foreasn: S1.8f?lA
2&Uvmt Hsfu ; C6ra-4n taod
Kef to Per
tion. In prOsecutlhr hfs" claim' "beTfire
uote& lovet: at461ftSk491
MflL' Mri--aeUTetittrni aol Inchsrptt.-SiliiS-
oBlntf rather weafc: imenided xmhftiHK: Utt, .9..
dull ana. prices wfthout, quotable changS; Ifearl-
raa txmee-outr and unchanged? Bio
f thar, Axtramitv. Hv.dimirf,tiiat.ihBLr eJirilary IS,
TfimAHiMhAd hrhanatlin liualn- '1833, WDldh provided Ofat aftibne WhO'
atenw,an4. wsert g "eLl
aDar&a strmox nine xuuiaii ixiujabry.ior i ww-giuK-w j auoooou tuumuu j.
over-rMipgiteunif orm practice bexeto-i ahcWfcaTfc tg WWrf
fore. , "My .cWetcpw
respect than his aqtean -mdIto
i J a &v.ttT i winrn i r. wonnvBOEauirui nn nnn h, m. i w,v . aww., , , wj, vum j.t
aor unu uoae, . rwp, W-l- ia7SraattalTi
going w mauguraw a Droaa anas na-1 Jt",' tft Wc ti;mo nA f iZZi I of Periithfe 'aaawtiilw&yw&MM
tional poUcy that would command ye-1 Zn 'Ti T the guahd which' tia ete; lTemH-
st)ect and Derhans a followintr amone I The discusaion then turned jUDonnQier
the better class of people in the South, pending amendment of IngalUv reauir-,
But thus far there has been no evidence WKlgtt
of any improvement that would con-1 before toe act shall take effect '
firm such impressions. No appointment 1 Jonas., of , iuisiana, opposed ,he
J amendment as a. virtual, defeat of the
of way, being oppwWW.Ji
aiieeea to nave oeen aireauv snvenuv I -- ioaiM uwowMHujtoiMTu
i B . - T fWa A ' I ham BAllM MAt Kl kAAAMMi
J 871381 TOWl: new
raMjer snaamete iong clear. 104k . Uud
Apojot hTesnd'iaTri laetiye,'tut Mosln
f .83-s KMlsfits(to) Lttarpool -martoC dull.
v;"J it .Mtii (:-:
0xrmiK-hin'; itaiqaling 10; lew mkv
jdas ttWsa-, food;QdlnaiT jQifra , nsl.reeelpts
"""Tt J", x oc aa,oo; ex-
-pon ooa-Te 540; to urear Britain ; to
wntltoent ---j ' tefranee to channel
the South, while some of the best men
of his party In the South$have been ap
plicants for posions which, have been
given to opponents from the more
favored 'sectionSr and he caps the
climax of this studied indiffer
ence to the' claims of Southern
Republicans by removing the only
Southern man in the - cabinet and re
placing him with one Cram New Eng
land, which has always had more than
her full share of that kind of recogni
tion. As we have remarked this practically
amounts to nothing, but it serves to
show what estimate Mr. Arthur puts
upon the South and how much he ap
preciates the so-called Republican party
in this part of the grand national do
main. As voters the members of that
party are looked upon as of the politi
cal household, but when it comes to sit
ting around the festive board or sharing
)m the PeruVl-H eriano. bedsl
dJuShlplrd waj cloely uistioned
tat t-hfi mfttinftr l?v' WhJlv ViAWmiui.
av came, into possession or.ine, .papers'
;whieKif holds M mmamMMti'
tie, Jtor, Jie . seemedr to( 'tomtit little
knowledge m im subject a. certain
1 cjt$r seyeriu wmthe ave, ageht who
id in Paris.
Noarota-e toady; mlaV 11 u-16e; aetiWtk
to ureat amata
the Choctaws, and that that tribe liad . W9?W.-,H pe gniaeqnjsiieir,.
declared in favor of the proposed road J and, aiso xo v&Jtacv iftat a cboselir ac-
by electing public officers, friendly to w m
the grant The righU of the Chicka-; "iwede. was pbhg thattheolaim
saws were not affected as the road Hi Wpany was flot freftfjfoin.legal-
would not reach their lands.
: The bill finally went over without
A bill-was introduced by Vest to au
thorize the construction of bridges
across the Missouri River, between its
mouth and the mouth of Dakota River,
across the Mississippi River, between
St Paul, Minnesota, and Natchez, Miss.,
and across the Illinois River, between
its mouth and Peoria, Illinois. The'bUl
was drafted last month by the St .Louis
Merchants' Exchange as a general
bridge law and m tended to secure rea
sonable; protectionto navigation and
to authdnzal)ridga companies to con
struct bridges ol varying dimensions at
suitabletwints on the Mississippi, Mis-
taouri and Illinois 'livers -without fur-
The Philadelphia and Southern Steam
snip Company Wound Up.
PmisHiAiril 11. The Phil
adelphia and Soiithern Mail Steamship
company was organized, in 1500,, witn a
capital of $700,000.1 The company own
ed eight steamers of: from, eight .hun
dred; to one thousand tons burthen.
each built for freight; and passenger
; traffic between Philadelphia, Savannah,
wunungton, jsew urieans and Havana.
The enterprise, however, was a failure
from the start -.The com pan v has been
i gradually disposing of their steamships
at private and puouc sale, the Jast ves
sel having been sold, just previous to
tasv ftjerutmas, ana. , to-aav tne
Mr. Arthur believes in protecting
American industries from competition
with the "pauper" labor of the old
world, but he does noli believe in pro
tecting American labor from competi
tion with Chinese pauper labor.
Mrs. Cora L. V. Richmond, a spiritu
alist is discoursing in New York,
professing to be inspired by the spirit
of Garfield. It is said she rehashes
Garfield's speeches and sayings in pretty
good style'. '
Augusta Chronicle: Jesse James had
a $ 500 coffin. Twb preachers officiated
at his funeral, and the choir sang, "Oh,
What a friend we have in Jesus P And
yet some people wo-derAlhat Bob In
geraoll is a power in the land!
A Louisville wealthy leather mer
chant states that $1,000 spent in adver
tising brings him' mote orders than a
$4,000 a year agent has ever done before.
This wise merchant is a constant ad
Miariugj . T a.it, ntt .jhniHnn hftiritr I holders met and voted to .. wind ' ud at-1
in tne tamiiy councils they are left dp- fftntirri- specified in bill which fur-1 lairs and disaolye the corporation.
T . - . k . 1 ii . I : . j
cidedly out in the cold.
TtEE TWO CABINETS.
As Mr. Arthur's stalwart cabinet is
now complete we publish it with the I
Garfield cabinet, who have all now with
the exception of Lincoln, Secretary of :
War, been retired: . . ...
Garfiekl; .j Arthur. :
James G. Blaine. I F. T.FreUnghuysen l&Stiffla 1??-
SECRET ABY OP THE TKEASIJBT.
Wm. Windom. " Chas. J. Folger.
SECRETARY OF WAR.
Robt T. Lincoln. Robt T. Lincoln.
SECRETARY OF THE NAVY.
Wm. H. Hunt I Wm. . E. Chandler.
SECRETARY OF rOTiU0R. i
S. J. Kirkwood. Henry M. Teller. ;
ATTORNEY GENERAL. j
W. MacVeagh. Ben j. H. Brewster.
Thos. L. James. Timothy, O, Howe,
Under Garfield the "South Jiad 6ne
representative, in the person Hunt,
in the navy. Under Arthur she is com
pletely ignored and has none.,
RENEWAL OP IfATIONAE, BANK
The American Protectionist has this
to say On the subject of the renewal ?f
the national tank barters : 4 T , ' ,
The vote on the motion to suspend
the rules for the purpose of making the
bill for the renewal " ofitha nainai
bank charters a speclaTorder for April
lotu, in. uie xuiase ox presentaii ves,
may be regarded 'as"kn lndicitJnrK of
the strrogtiiof the( fxieiiis cf the pres
ent banking syateni in Cr4ss,VThe
motion was defeated, but as it secured
neaVly the requisite, two-birds majhri
ty, it may be suppcthatlBeartTwp
thirdsof the members of thepresent
House of BepresehtatiTes are favora
ble to a renewal bf the charters. This
is not a good time to -pro pose measures
which ooutemplate .radical changes n
financial systnis .Busiuesafis iesi
tive, and . ita, pfcpery is tall tflnes
largely dependent' (rpnuUnetTTo
propose a change ih our t)aqking;lairs
now would aeem Ireyjnhch iikesrvp
lutfon, a leap in the dark which feW
would be willing to take. There can
be-little doubt .Uiatrovislon for a re
newal of bank charters wilf be made
bafqritije ciosof PWt sessioit"
ther instructs that all designs and plans
for contemplated structures shall pe
submitted to and approved by the.Sec-
retary of War prior to the beginning of
the wora or construction.
HouaETbe morning hour haying
been dispensed wUn.- 4lr.-i4yaooi Jiat
Bas, from the committee on approprif
tjruiarnortftoSbacli1 the Senate bm-tat
propriating $60,000 to provide for The
The floods in Louisiana have, accord
ing to the Times-Democrat, about put
an end to deer hunting in that State for
some time to come. Thousands of deer
driven from their haunts to the up
lands by the waters have beenmerci-j
The House of Representatives yes
terday sat down pretty heavily on the
f ranking privilege feature of the postal
appropriation bill passed by the Senate.
They couldn't afford to face their con-
stituents:wfth a franking privilege re-'
cord staring them in the face.
The bill of exceptions upon which
the assassin Gaiteau asks for a new
trial is quite voluminous, and contains.
thirty-two assignments. bf error hi the
rulings of Judge Cox as to the admis
Bability of Evidence and some thirty in
his charge to the jury
The cause of bi-metalism seems to be
gaining strength in England. At a
meeting of the International' Money
Standard Association in London, held
recehtly, a resolution was adopted de
claring the exclusion of silver from the
currency bf the country would be a dis
astrous measure, '...'..it
The Washington Post publishes a
list of those officers of the army who
would either immediately orlma short
time be retired from the lists should the
Senate rpasa the pending retirement
clause of the. army , appropriation bill.
The" total number in . the Post's list, is
seventy-one,' wMch' includes thirteen
generals, among- them 3 Gen. Sherman
and Major-General-Haneock:, but as the
.latter is not quite fifty-eight years old,
he would have four years longer, as the
age pf retirement if stiff -Wo'. ' ' vik
y second Missouri mvokm , w
I WashmgtonlaStSatumy.was a native 1 wwgbt-tain; llbrtheastd 'siutib
Tift.fiM. Maasachusetta. m 1837 lt9w,uucJ F nigaef tearJ
he-move4 to Wtthtag
...11.: '' annolnffld' printer 1
Vftftra later to the oenaws. . ice.
hues' agente inladiaaCerritety. i
Mr. Kan dall... of -Pennsylvania, held
thatlhi wasabill in the 'line iof tbe
general aliprppriatlbaf or thesppprt pf
the government and as such could not
be originated by the Senate. : j .
The Senate bul was aceoraingly.wk.a-.
drawn, and an original bill to tha :ame.
effect introducea in Tire nouse ana
passed.'-; . . ':. :' , , " dJ
The House then 4went into" conim
tee of the whole on the post , ofScefi
propriation bill with the ijenata ameni
. ,,The jfollpwiug. Senate amendmen
ten witn the neceasarj Ampwmants ..i
Aflalignant Type of Scarlet Fever.
Pottsvtlle, Pa. April U.A malig
nant form of scarlet fever has broken
out at Cressona Within - a. few days
one family lost all its . children consist
ing of four, boys and two of. another
family who were in.gpod health died
yesterday.: ' 1 u-'. -. !
This morning the citizens called a
meeting and to-day au tneachools were.
closed.' A liberal use. of disinfectants
has been ordered and great : uneasiae
is felt ! The physicians seem unabW to
cope with the disease, since it termin
ates fatally within 24 hours, of thev hp
pearancexjf the first symptoms. t .
: ; ' 1 .i ! , mm m in' i : 't ;
Opposin t a Redvetiba'of Waf es. j
' jROY.'tf. YlApril lf.Fotrr hutidred
oDeraUvea at llarmoriY Minahave eivan
notice thai they would leave becanse or
y .redaction o wages, ; This.notfceia
Damoer narsrciiHiuNueitu sua in is re
norted that btheifs will fbllofW the ' ex-
ampte ana- accept a reaucuon witn me rjag. ...... ........
ttntiewtaiiaingiMcuieirwagea are v1xLti'f'"
Ka raiaeA whan thA mnrVofrVilH Afl -
ifoods warraht ltlome deny thait any otCT?ff;:f::
Concession win- uo mnue. v. 1 liwITw.
BorOT r. .i.
1 1,008; sales. 1 41 j e-sorts
1 1 ; to eonnnsni
ming jicpKOoaordinarjiuo; net raaetpts s
spots, 804;, sales, 260, stocs .,28,074; exports
eoaattrtsa ; spionerg. - j etpom to Greet
SrttoW 1,600: tattfaeht'-s . . v
- BderoM Steady: mkMHfng itVto; tim infddrtnc
ller--wti oHUnunrlUi not receipts 64ft;
. . nA. l. r sMa .
Qiaatatitaln - : to France
Bnff ll aloxs.-' tood oMtoart lOB16e leeBlwi
182; igrois -satesj Htoek 6.706 btwbIs
0frwt . . -.. to, lUreat Brlbtto to
Fmr.tnKJ.PBlA Bteaqy; middlfng .-,2tyC low
middling 1 lfc:rtort ordinary lteiq; net focelpw
2,1X1 : grow 2.588; nales: spinners -z : tcck
16,965: exports Uteat Britain ; toconUnent
SAtAjruxa Stcadi; mlddllne llSbc: low mid
dling liveci ooa orajnarj iuo; net receioti
Boy; gross - saies. 1, suu; srocs 48.685:
exppm ooastwise ; 10 ureal Britain
to Srsnee . t ,1 to continent .... . '
. Nxw OrlkXhs 8teadj; middling 12c; low mid
dling liBbc; Kooa ortnnarr llicr net receiDta
670; gross 683; sales 4,000; stock 217.683;
wxporta to mew nnim ; to prance
coastwise ; to continent 2,050; to chan
aUddllng lltoc; low mlddltnB,
laarr 10c: net recelDU M:
sales '400 r stock 24.597: exnorta
sow oi; xranoe ; to ureal uniaw
to continent .
HncPHia Qalet; middling 1 lr; low mid
dling Utac; good ordinary Itffec; net raooipu
944; gross 543; smpments 303; salei 500;
-AoeOCTl iait; middung lIVs- low mii-
min:. lie; good ordlnrr lOysi receipts 197
shipments i sales 86JL ... .
Chablkstom Steady; middling llc; low mid
dltng lle; good ordinary, livfec, net receipts
nous; gross ; wues 400; -siock 24,085
expons eosKwise ; to ureax ttniain
W conaneut . ; to France ; to chan
Naw TOEK-Qalet; sales 307: middirng uplands
12 1-1 6c; middling Orleans 12 5-16p; consoli
dated net receipu 6,990; exports to ureat Britain
i,oo; f io craaee .- ;. to continent a,U50
t LmBTOOL Noon Moderate Inquiry freely sup-
miea; miaauDg upumas wyga ; nnaaimg oneans
6 lS-lBd; sales 10,000; speoolaOonr and -export s
2.000-. . receiDta 2 1,000: American. 14.ti0a Ur-
ouuua , wwj uuuuunx . ciauso: . Apm aeuvery
o av-avncevsa pw, aprn ana may oav-WM
M4aj May ana June H4'i-tf4ia4104d
June and July 6 4d-64d0 45-64d; July and aog
,ust 661--44a650-64d: August and September
6 55 -64d 1 September ana October ; October
and Norember 6 82 64ds Futures weak.
1 LIVKBFOO- 5 P. K. Sates of American cotton
- bales. Uplands low middling clause : . April
delivery d; April and May 6 39-64d; May and
June 64l-64d; Jane and Jul? d: July and
August -T Angnst and September ; Sep-
eniDer ana uctpoer . y , oiupea ciosea qmet
' Raw YrO&t Net receloia 60S: gross 8.432
Fusarfis closed steady; sales 107.000 bakes. -
Jn&s.'.'. ... . .... .. .. . ... 12.42a.43
4 .v. s?rfiTaSr?J 1
f f . 3" - -I 1
WE HAVE STOPPED SELLING AT COST, BUT OFFSBbOODS AT
SUCH ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES
That the PubMc cannot Perceive the Dlflereace. A beautiful stock of
JWSa. ' V:-
r Vu( FOBWITURt.
a muvnam .
Parlor tz Ckanibcr Suits.
tStatesville, INT. Q. ,
ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS AND IN COMPETITION W11 II ANY
JOBBERS IN THE COUNTRY. THEY WILL BE GLAD TO
QUOTE paiOE TO THE TKATJE.
marl 8 ly ' '.: : .- -- . -
. . i i '
T,h? Pacific. Mills
If W. E. Cnandler can manage a navy
aa well as he can toani&hlate' an elec
tion count we wiup0yiile oslf dtftne
Washington. Anril 11. VifliiiA Afi1
lantic States fair weather, northeast
eny winds, rising followed by JalliBa
iy winas, 8xauonan or'tfltfhf btrtii
xm wux-iair -reatherr v -rartatfld
Win BUtionary w ar.bi
arer ' -
AAAtffe MS Mtki a 11.1.1 m a
vjwooiuuai iign ram, winas irom ess
; vtuii i
'artly cloudy weather."
iiAuu stationary temperature. t
pionajr weatnar talUielWiiterfi neitlon
taoved t6 UiKSJ April il.-A cold Bnkp
a .m tiiKAHatdenartezlaBaatli
rromllawaititolowa and kichliran--H?.d4he wholH
fMnnr thii in as aki. - . . w iiiiwm i
on for '-comoeiisation'
prfra ift thBtTofitOfflCrf. bv SlSOJUOO
creasing hv e5000d mmM
rar.maii. uana doxuuou uy ...xauui
-ovidinff that if any.person snail he
after perform any eervica or any-mi
contraexorin carrying msune s
ho-ft alieam anv monev4.dnei)K
itoffioe Denartoaent to the.oontz
lor. ja.no amenuutcub rawtiug
bef ofn) , opppsed tbis amenfl
ment.' among Hnm Janbon, of Illi-
flegraai (O0ta.fi sxovn. ;j;nincuana,
was giadlto geethcfcarbaniar
was notoiici inac a uaai wavepc ma
kind a iVilsr . but wherr4t did he
wanteU to ritcntop of tb$t viyt an
floatr with usance. Tbaftoiq
tjamwltogstampa? ete.; increasing "tie 1; rIWlraaaaAp
anprjQpriauoa. for twmpengaopa' - iq I sevjenaddwopal.weavera werawrM at ! i I;. nNAWCui
theiBaei&e aiUs. thi makiar total num-,.
ben oCsffeaverstw esnhrapa,, J5a.J
inan auames arempperaiion., in . sne
spinning department. ;; lti ' . . u.r
: r Ap,poiatmen8r . : ...... ,
Mkii io-atrv nominated ratblm Robert
tJrShm Rliitf," W - te ' Un jtedv States
Mftrstia) for the eat tftm district tr? Lou
isiana; Edward F. Burton, of Galrfor
CmJIrmUpD8 by teJiate.r
S a. A 4 V ,
Stauear' .as sniStottpi.
of great ilistar rU
. -W akhqjotd Ann! 11.
LvdvroB firmed, the nominations of. 6.
!? aoa4ft of IBmww. -fpr.pubOip print-;
eivanw a targe rwww Wjfjmw y.
,-s : -a a- Ma. 2.1 , .1 . IT. TTTT svt-,.-, -4
at CKiWEBiAprLk il.-T'treorgO im. VUU- i Ai8Dama--vi" -b.
tehsn.. j--... .... . .- .i
A6W 6'8) a. .... M . -
Foot and a naif per bents,.
Four per eents ....w
Sob-trensurr balanoea Gold,.
- , 'J-Correner...
ncii.--Jl I. Ikt-The' stock market opened
stMDt, anU generalfy 1 Per eent higher than
yesterday's CJbslfyr". paces, tbe Ckorade Coal. ti?e
IraUona, Bloomiagton Western, tbe Illinois Cen
tral and tne Lake Jtrlet WeBte.m being promlnenf
in the adrance. In early deallrjg3 the market fell
eSUiltft$er eeht, thelWesten Union, the New
JvrsgF Cen&al, fhe Lake tihore- and the Denver 4
,va Grands being most eonspicuous In the down
ward wovetnerit' : f trrs was lollewed Br feeowir
bf Utd)Th Der osnt the latter for the MlcnlaaaCen-
t.attefwbicn.Sotner decline' ol lis per cent
took plaoe, the Penyer Bio Granoe and the Sew
York Central leaalnithereln, ..
'8iocs-lrregalap: i;i - - : ""' :t - ;
Alanama Qaas A.'itoe ..'.... ' ' i 2
Ali lama Claw A smatt. k .' '2
wlaioota. of w'aahicv.asus t-day appointed.
fXeifa nttw ,Jiiim -Mt 1 r. ? t v ai-,
tt I . i.- Cl
-I' WASttlNaTOK. 1 JfAiiADEll' IltfTAne.
v r . , "-. i . .a. - A. At 11-
f ft i nvi ftfirsa usanc as lers acoouao' caua
tM0i nortSF3O,txw W 60,WU. unuaiptKu-;
t. waow-l-g" 'J ,"' wi
tf-jf.1!l h-ii4i COo JUO .SUKHlllUH j"j-:';i.ru;a t-'l I ...
ri l'mrinttri1a wVifjl 4'!Ot V'l JS ai t3i'H liU-.v: . j t ..! , .
!r lrKi'W1Tu tr-"i:.raatTi oood (tnUnef
uu Bug - unu tmw ukw uieujwjrs i if aiCTir bm. at 11.75. ; Crude 'l-TPeniine
IS U'ttttt 12.89 I0f.
mat. ' mi - .
,'KiiAOTiaiBUKe-roan .rose, ana
derson.QfIllit.l8. from the 4mm
on i5srya fcoj rfepfr' bill for the
construction of the Ulinou and Missis-1
siprfl ea&alt BeTeYredt taaoimi(
at a." Clear out rata, mloe, r
4or irtr (iiiferiarX
' Kl.Ta for yesow dipt
Cbleaffe'Rad' Northwestern. .-. .v. ..Tiis '
Chicago an-l-ttoth western preferred :
a,. ............... j.. ...
cetraL..v4i-iv.-i - i-...
;ehQre. ., ; j-k- r. -f j ; i
lenronu.BM vDBrmsHJir. .....v. ...
ssh-llietandCat4ttano(wai . . ..n i. . .
Blcbmond and lllegnetiy .'.
fiod lBlaod.iU t-4. h- .;.i.ij- '-t
aoqth Carona Brown Consohk-...
WabiaH, 8 LotoTs JTPaeine, , -Wabash,
8t ola 4 Paelfitf prefeh?d- 1
Western rjntoo. a. .i.; -&;-.. j .".
DIZT COTTON l-jjEffiR.'
J J DAIIII uWV.vw. .
"f. 'iwiuuiii ntfiiiiiwrs -i-ii
fn xwHn wmter rea snoi.
Lprll astod. iOm-ioam
as .- . . . . w . w- - , --.
Kwere auo a tarre ftramperdos. 4es.B-.i iuuer tn
UArin;rlXcJifIi It Ma Snap V
aottonv and the-, bult tow- gaea thej lilllaf it
eYb1! th.-etnevAl'of Jtli lnsif34slsSif efca!kleswJa?a
on wara and miErrB -hnoM .raia
wecgoxo legislate intelligently en --u u---ifwoTiuj-fj j
. I - - T m-m a. A ' n " --. nAnl
.-! . a
saouiaers ai.uoi'eiear ruw "aiovior: -coa-r
sadr ana - unchanged. - Whiskey inoaafcj
. 17. wmWMfcttetesf-toHhed goods 710
BHsaH-akt ana Dnoaangea; -na
Task Jr .1 fWr Bk a.a Ylt .
.,j .w, i . qiajjOTt-, -tfffiii,' 1888. 1 ,
- - the market rsstS(dri.elosedSr the fql
lowing 'Quotations : Uj -: i ; i . r . '
flood Mlddllne. lltfc
8wtoyialddhg; .'. '.Li ... ....... life
ludngu-;.v.".v. .v.tt,o , .1 ll
Tin. mMIHn llj
Storm eoUoo.'.i..... .V..u...i.ii:Il :3fiF9V
'Miifc.;i i!ji . . .riuyv. i 4ti:ct .'.!'.;; '
'Tft'i''1'"' JlT ! Illtii ,f!.H HI'- :"
. .... w .
ir.ii 'f t hi '..lx,-inA l I
T; pESlEuc t9 imiwpaw le.the pnbuo th
jl now prepareq w oo wssnwff antLuoning va
Mit DOMfbte manner. -! I have eceedeln
trngbettetwa-waha'.I have been .tg.an Jwill
i taxe lawny- wasomg ct lae.monin
follows: For handkerchiefs, towels. 'socks sad
aha siid a naif' -ems- ejKpo. An ether
w fviunai ar
napkins ax on
.Vf. M,. ..!.
is -and Ml
rs .-. i
U tts BSam-khUo'oufelfle
IS NOW COMPLETE,
Wholesale l letail Buyers bmted to Examine it Mre HakiDg their Parchases.
HANDSOME STOCK OP
HOUSB FUEHISHIHI GOODS. A SPECIALTY.,, .
ie Largest and Cheapest Stock of Embradeim Jn the City.
1 SXEi 3?3EX3VI
.pj4$;.ip .. . . .- .... i; , .. . ."r. - ? :
. : - f t; if---- .
yon will pod s cboiee and fioaip.lete atock of
Plifife FUESH DRUGS,
-'CoHen'-, ifibig's ; Liqaid Extract
BCEF and TONIC lNVIGOitilOU.
GIGrARS: 1 TOBAGGO,
U D U I: X
adodlog t-e ailCiUiIlAtlBA braaa ot Cigas.
Is ai Toilet Articles,
an assortment, and everything generally kept In a
first classI)ruK Store. Special attention given to
PhHlcl&osVJ'xescrlpuo-s dsx and night. ats-
Corner Trass, I . . a -i . an . . X . i.Ceiiefee street
rr tr rv?T?v
. 3?i HeVe
I iUi "Kateitaitt- E.OCH
m Kentoekr Cane -til
Is and Cod-
eeiebratea now Low Cotton Planter, will
Earlv Amber Gen- fleedt :V
wi 1 compare prices wsau JtJitTBT
; oiik sustain tifj4
Piedmont Patent Flour,
TracmibT m f bju'-l kit
' ' I 1,1
apri v m