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Stye tffjartetic b0tna:.
CIIAS. II. JONES, Editor and Prop'tor.
lEHTMMD AT THV POBt-OmOT At CSABLOTT
N. C, AS 8JOOHD-CLAS8 MATTBB.1
HARMONIOUS AT LAST.
In another column this morning we
publish the report of the commission
ers upon the progress, present condi
tion, &c, of the WYstern North Caro
lina railroad, the l;i.-t parazraph of
which is significant. "SVe quote;
"We take this opportunity of express
ing our gratification at the energy now
"being displayed by the present owners
"and builders of this road since our last
"inspections, in complying with the con
tract made with the 6tate for the com
pletion of this important line of rail
way. The continuation of such energy
"will continue to receive our approval
While the last sentence is not con
structed according to the rules of ele
gant rhetoric, it does contain the ac-
t l .: w, null the ele- knowledgement that "harmony has
FRIDAY. APRIL 14,1881.
The potato bug around Norfolk is
becoming aesthetic now and dines upon
Barnum don't drink whiskey himself,
but he treated Jumbo to a quart on his
arrival at New York.
Tom Evans, of the Reidsville Times
don't want any Oscar Wilde politicians
brought to the front in the next campaign.
phant Jumbo in his cage from ine
steamship landing in New York to
Madison Square garden.
been reached at last between the com
missioners and the "present owners
and builders of this road," to use the
exact words of the "report." There
was a time when the commissioners
voluntarily tendered Mr. Best all their
The Senate Pastes the Indian Territo
ry Right of Way BUI, and Sundry Ap
" propriations, While the House7 Scuf
fles with the Tariff Commission Bill.
Washington, April 13. Senate.
Senators Plumb, Allison and Beck were
appointed conferees on the Post Umce
appropriation bill. Oameron, Penna,
presented a protest from the Central
Branch of Land League of America
against the imprisonment of American
citizens in ireiana. neierrea. Tne
Senate took up the bill for the adjust
ment of claims growing out of tne de
struction of the United States brig,
General Armstrong, in the port of oy
al, Azores Islands, in 1814.
The committee amendment, specify
ing that the total of claims to be passed
upon, and not exceeding $70,739, as the
amount proved before the Court of
Claims, was agreed to. Pendleton eu
logized the valor and skill of the offi
cers and crew of the Armstrong in de
fending their vessel against the attack
of three British war vessels. He re
garded it as one of the most heroic and
brilliant actions in our naval history.
Piatt briefly opposed the measure Bill
passed, yeas 41, nays 13 Jvellogg s bill
to extend the limits of the fort of New
The condition of Senator Hill, of
nnnrcris. is reported as now quite satis-
f ai.t,rv and the physicians anticipate moral influence and support in trying Orleans, and far other purposes, was 585 barrels, on a basis ot : si.17. sugM-steady
factory, ana vuo yu jo .. . . n n,., after thn ft20.000 annrnnriatirm and uncnansFd; hards 101A0; New Orleans
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
,- ar!L 13. IB82?
PRODUCE. ' v
Wilmington, N. C Spirits turpentine firm, at
55c. Rosin firm; strained S1.92Vfe; good strained
$1.97. Tar steady, at $1.7 6. Crude Turpentine
steady, at 92.25 lor bard; $3.75 for yellow dip;
$3 00 for virgin (Inferior), corn unchanged;
prime white 98: mixed 90. . - -
' Balthtokk Noon Floor unchanged; HowaJd
street, and Western super S3.50S4.75; extra
S5.00SS8.00; family S6.26ffiS7.2S; City Mills,
suner S8.50aS4.75: extra. S5.OflftS7.80: Bio
brands 87.25. Wheat Southern strong; Western
opened higher and closed a shade easier; Southern
red S1-40S1.48; amber S1.50S1.60; No. 1
Maryland : No. 2 Western winter red spot.
SI .42 asked. Corn Southern steady; Western
nrm ana inactive; ooutnera wane yucca i; swum
ern yellow 84386.
BixraiOM Night OaU, higher and Inactive;
Southern 606S; Western white 63B5; mixed
60S62; Pennsylvania 62065. Provisions -firm
and unchanged; mess pork S17.75SS18.75.
uulk meats ebeuMers and clear rib sides, packed
81ASH11- Bacon shoulders 9; - clear rib sides
12: hams 13Uiil8i. Lard refined 1214. Coffee
quiet; Bio cargoes ordinary to fair 89.
Sugar- firm; A soft 10. Whiskey higher, at $1.22.
CiHOmHATi Hour, firmer, but not quotably
higher; family $5.8086.00; fancy $6.50ffi$7.BO.
Wheat demand fair and prices higher; No. 2 red
winter $1.33. Corn stronger; No. 2 mixed, 78-
Q)7HV8. Oats-sirong ana higher; wo. z mixeu,
bSVa. Pork-quiet and firm, at $18 50. Lard
quiet, at $11.25. Bulk meats in gcod demand;
shoulder S7.B0: clear ribs SI 0.20. Whiskey
firm, at $1.17; combination sales of nnisnea gooas
WE INVITE ATTENTION
WE INVITE ATTENTION
-TO OUR STOCK OF-
FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
Which is now full and complete. We keep the best Goods made, will sell them at the lowest possible price and giarantee satisfaction to all purchaser.
Our stock Embraces a full line of Goods or all grades, and or various styles and prices, being well adapted to the wants ot both the city and country tride
We Invite all to give us a caU and Batlaf y themselves of the truth of our assertions.
iL. EI. XL&EIKIHr BRO.
New York Central
Richmond and Allegheny
Richmond and Danville...
South Carolina Brown Consols,
Wabash, St. Louis A Hactnc
Wabash, St Louis .& Pacific preferr'd
CITY COTTON MARKET.
further trouble with his throat.
to enable him to regain possession or
the Western .North Carolina rauroaa,
and that too when the "present owners
and builders" were doing all that was
The Southern Independent gravitates
oa natnrallv towards the llepublican
i. miiiA inward a fod- ;ki nt,ri. nf ih nnntraft. with I tedious and desultory debate upon it
paii-v . "w"st i w .4J - fflllftWftd Sherman. Walla, and . J ones.
passed after the $20,000 appropriation
had been striCKen out, as recommend
ed bv the Committee on Commerce.
The Indian Territory railroad bill
was azain taken up and a somewhat
Hnr aro.lr Tt is the same instinct,
VA1 kJ wvv.t "
impels both "picking."
About the most distinguished dele
gate that Africa ever sent to these
h.v the eleDhant. He had
DllUlvo j v
resided in England some twenty years,
and was quite a celebrity.
The Richmond Dispatch wants a con
stitutional convention called, that
the constitution may be so amended as
to authorize the exemption of manufac
turing enterprises from taxation.
Chandler, the new Secretary of the
"Navv wa3 an ardent friend of Blaine,
but now hates him cordially because he
thinks Blaine played him foul when the
Senate refused to confirm him as solici
tor-general when appointed by Garfield.
Gath says that when a man dies in
New York he gets deader than any
where else in the world; they carry
him across the river and bury him on
Long Island, and New York
her head about him no more.
The "report" shows that harmony has
been restored; that the commissioners
lpdcre. that the Richmond and
rAnville neonle are Drosecutinz the
work with "diligence," and above all
that The Observe was on the right
side in tho controversy on this subject
NOT IN ORDER.
Several of the State Legislatures in
the North and West passed resolutions
requesting the President to pardon Ser
geant Mason for shooting at Guiteau,
and after the announcement of the
killing of Jesse James by young J? ora
one of his gang, the following "whereas"
and "resolved" were introduced in the
Illinois State Senate, but were voted out
of order :
Whereas, Mr. Bob Ford, the slayer of
Jesse James, has rendered valuable ser
vice to his country by killing the worst
outlaw known to the history of modern
times, and while his act is not unlike
that of Sergeant Mason.save in the fact
that. he is a better shot: and
Whereas, This Senate has requested
the unconditional pardon of Mason;
therefore be it
Resolved, That it is the sense of this
Senate that Gov. Crittenden, of Mis
souri, snouia at once uuconuiuouauj
Peter Cooper, James Watson Webb
and Thurlow Weed attribute their
great age in part to oat meal diet sea
soned with Santa Cruz rum. Oat meal
of dicrestion as I nardrm Rob Ford, the voune and noble
wheat meal. bero, Z 8UC vamaui
Bel VIVO w isis wiuiu;.
While we are very far from admit
ting that there is anything of the hero
in Sergeant Mason, there is no compari
son whatever between the two men.
Ford, instead of being inspired even by
a pretended sentiment of patriotism,
simply turned traitor to the chief he
had followed and treacherously killed
him from the mercenary motive of the
large reward offered. He is hardly a fit
subject for legislative eulogies.
Tfonnhlinan naners say that Jesse
James was a Democrat, which seems
to be a fact, and the reason why Jesse
resisted arrest so long and took the
chances of being shot down was his
aversion to going to the penitentiary
where there were so many Republicans.
The Kentucky State Senate has pass
ed a bill making it a misdemean&r for
a drunken man, "with more than forty
pounds of steam to the square inch," to
operate a steam engine, unless he
choose to take his engine away out in
the woods and blow up all by himself.
The prosecution of the citizens of
South Carolina charged with violations
of the United States election laws has
been in nroeress at Charleston since
last Monday. Thus far there has been
nothing of importance elicited, and the
point in the cases on ttial seems to
turn on the identity of the election
boxes produced in court.
Augusta Chronicle: The battle of Ire
land will . be fought in England. We
learn that in England's manufacturing
towns and cities and among her agri
cultural communities the rebellious
sentiment has more life than across
the channel less demonstrative, per
haps, but infinitely more dangerous.
Men who witness the beginning of the
twentieth century will behold the end
of the British monarchy and titled aristocracy.
Failure in Richmond Slip up of the
Readjuster Apportionment Bill.
Richmond, Va., April 13. The fail
ure of John H. Bryant & Co., proprae
tors of a large sumac mill here was an
nounced to-day. The liabilities are
quite heavy but the amount is unknown.
In the Senate to-day the Congression
al reapportionment bill recently passed
by the House of Delegates was defeat
ed by a vote or 10 ayes to iy nays.
Messrs. Hale, Lybrook and Newber
ry, Democratic-Read justers, Williams,
Republican-Read juster, and Wingfield,
straight-out Republican, voted with the
Democrats against the bill.
If the bill had passed it would have
given the Readjusters 8 out of 10 Con
gressional districts or tne state, it was
considered an extreme party measure.
The House bill providing a new char
ter the city of Norfolk was passed
ayes 18; noes 15.
of Florida, opposed; and Williams,
Call and Maxey favored the bill. The
pending amendment to require the con
sent to the bill of the general council of
the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations,
before it shall take effect, was rejected
veas 15. nays 30. The amendments
offered by Plumb, McMillan and Sauls
bury, were accepted by Maxey in charge
of the bill, which then passed yeas 31,
On motion of Kellogg, the bill appro
priating $6,000,000 for the improvement
of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers,
was taken up and laid over as unhnish
ed business for to-morrow.
Mr. Plumb, from the committee on
appropriations, reported without amend
ment the House bill appropriating 880,-
000 to supply tne denciency in tne cur
rent year for the subsistence of the
Arapoho, Cheyennes, Apaches, and
other Indian tribes. He explained that
the bill was substantially identical with
the oce recently originated in and pass
ed bv the Senate, and was made neces
sary because the House had declined to
recognize the right of the Senate to
originate the measure.
Beck: "We do not concede tne re
quisition, but waive it for the time."
The bill passed.
Plsmb, from the same committee, re
ported without amendment the House
bill appropriating the amounts below
to supply the deficiencies in the current
year: snu.ooo tor printing stamp, etc..
for tne revenue aepanmenc, o,uuu ior
the manufacture of paper for the use
of the Treasury department, also S150,
000 to continue work on the Washing
ton monument, the latter appropriation
being for the next fiscal year, and to
enable the person in charge to make
his contracts for the coming year at
this time. Passed.
House. un motion or &na, or Lou
isiana, the Senate bill was passed pro
viding for one appraiser and two assist
ant appraisers at the port of New Or
leans instead of two appraisers and one
assistant appiaiser as at present.
The morning hour having been dis
pensed with the House at 12 :40 went
into committee of the whole on the
tariff commission bill.
Turner, of Georgia, opposed the pend
ing bill, contending that the tariff need
ed immediate revision, and then argued
in support of revenue tariff.
Updegraff, of Iowa, and Brumm, of
Pennsylvania, also spoke upon the
measure. The committe then rose.
7WiQ;8V. Hogs-firm; common and light $5.bUt
37.10; packing and butchers $8.ttoaS7.60.
Chicago. Flour strong and higher; common to
ohninA Western BDrine Js4.7fiffiS7.00: common to
lancy $5 0087.50; Patent $7.50QiS8.7B. Wheat
somewhat nigner ana ciosea ratner eaaier j u.
Chicago spring 51.85H)$l.Bt for casn; w..aow
3 1.86 for April; S1.28IA lor May. Ctorn-acUve,
firm ana nigner, ai n8U)ora iur voau, to wu, -
for April; 160MWS ror may. usia-uiruug auu
higher lor iuture aeuvwies, ox om r
for May. Bafley-qulet and firm, at $1.10. Porfe
unsettled and generally higher, at $18,003!
$18.05 lor cash anu April; S18.17iAaSl8.20 lor
May. Lara unseuiea uu geucrauj iuwcr, a
at Sll-27VfeaSll 30 for cash and April; $11.821to
eS 11. HO IOr May. mUK. mtu uuaeuicu ami
wnraiiT lower: shoulders $7.25; short ribs
$10.25; short clear$l0.45. Whiskey steady and
uncnangea, ai i.iw.
New Yobk Southern flour, firm and quiet;
common to iair extra o.ouao.io. ul
choice extra $6.80Q)$8.50. Wheat-l3c higher.
unsettled ana excuea, uuiciusmsuiuiotuj
under the best prices; No. 2 Spring $1.35; un
gSdred$1.20$1.47: No 2 red, April $1.42Vb-
higher and excited, but closing very firm; ungraded
Oats-V&S'llAc higher and active and strong: No.
n 49 VS nops uuil auu luiuiuouj uuuouscu,
Yearlings 12a20. Coffee -a shade firmer and
.H. sHthnnt. marked chanze: Bio cargoes SSkw-
into; lob lots 8im. Sugar-very firm and
rather aulet; fair to good refining quoted at IVa
75h; refined strongf Standard a m&m. Mo
lassesactive and firm; sales Cuba 40c for 50
test- Porto Bico 425o. Bice qntet and firm.
Bosin dull and easier, at $2. 42332.471.
Turpentine decidedly lower and unsettled, at 60
0iWV. Wool unchanged and dull; Domestic
fleece 34348; Texas 14329. Porlc-qulet and
fim $1 7 123S17.25 for old; $18. 12V for new.
Middies long clear 10U. Laid-unsetiled and
t,Delng somewhat hither, but afterwards became
wak and declined 6371Ac and closlnii stronger
with a UlT bu-loesi., at $1 1.0; May $1 1 5UT
$1 1 60. Freights to Liverpool market dull anJ
weak. Cotton, per sail 5 32d37-32d; per bteam
Ottici of The Observer, I
Chaklottb, April 14, 1882. (
The market yesterday closed firm at the fol
(inrui Middling 111
Strictly middling, 11
Middling. 1 1
Strict low middling. 11U
T nu middling 11
Storm cotton 7391&
Sales yesterday 67 bales.
Charlotte Produce market.
If PIES "01 MOTTO !
WE IUVE STOPPED SELLING AT COST, BUT OFFER GOODS AT
SUCH ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES
That the Pub'ic cannot Perceive the Dlflereuct. A beautiful stock of
APRIL 13, 1882.
9? 31 00
' 7KaH nn
Galvestoh-Quiet; middling llc; low mid
dling lltec: good ordinary l0c; net receipts
184? grow -; sales 850: at. 32.669. ex
port coastwise 50; to Great Britain ; to
continent . ; to France ; to channel
Nobtoli Quiet; middling 11?ic; net receipt
583 ross ; stocX 34,176; exports ooast-
iT'744; ale 300 exports to Great Britain
2.482; o continent .
Baltimore Steady, middling 12Vfec; low mid
dllna llbc; good ordinary 10c: net receipts ;
8 - ; sales : ock 27,807; exports
coastwise ; spinners 250; exports to Great
Britain : to continent .
Bosros Steady: middling 12Vio; low mlddllnv
ilc: (rood ordinary lie; net receipt 507;
1.314: sales : tock 9,680; exports
Corn, per bush'l
Beans, white, per bushel 1.25a2.50
Pkab. Clay, per bnsli. l.OOal.10
Lady, " 1-50
White, " 1-25
Apples, per lb
North Carolina. 2325
Isgs, per dozen 13al3V
Turkeys, per lb
Beef, per tt., net
Muttoh, per lb., net
Pork. " "
SELLING PBICE3 WH0LE9ALTS.
Cleir rib sides 11 all 14
Prime R! 141V
Swrar Svrup 35a5
Cnolc New Orleans . .
Corn, per gallon
Apple, per g.iUor,
Wine, Scuypernong, er gallon.
TvMiL Street (
.. 80a 1.00
a rsrcx Lxa cm
Parlor & Ckambor Suits.
coitou 9B au. coma kajtb.
e vest tsubb eruan.
; low mid
10 5 16c: receipts
stock 5.379; exports
Britain ; to
BISHOP PAYNE AND THE FLORI
vLast Wednesday a oelegationof color
ed dignitaries called upon Attorney-
General Brewster to protest against the
failure to enforce the civil rights bill
in the State of Florida, citing the case
of Bishop Payne, who, they alleged,
though holding a first class ticket was
ejected from the car in which he had
taken a seat, several miles from any
town and compelled to walk back to
Jacksonville. They say that the atten
tion of the United States district attor
ney was repeatedly called to this out
rage and he persistently refused to pay
any attention to it, and hence they ask
the attorney-general to investigate that
gentleman. . We find in the Jackson
ville Union a version of the affair
which places it in a different light and
Bhows that Bishop Payne not only
wanted his rights but had an exaggera
ted idea of what these rights really
were. According to the statement of
the conductor of the train, who is
vouched for by the Union as a reliable
nan in all respects, on the day in ques
iijo there was a large party of colored
Ljme& going from Jacksonville to Fer
"nandina to a church gathering, the
party being granted half -fare rates, and
provided with a car 'equal in all its
appointments' to the one occupied by
the white passengers. In this car all
the colored excursionists took seats ex
cept Bishop Paype, who was unknown
to the conductor, and who seated him
self in the car occupied by the whites.
When asked for his ticket he presented
one of the half-fare tickets, but was
told by the conductor that be could not
, recognize that ticket in that car, and
requested to go into the forward car,
whereupon Bishop Payne became
Another Stenographer Removed The
Shipherd Investigation at a Halt.
Washington, April 13. Andrew De
vine, one of the two official stenograph
ers of the House of Representatives for
the committees received to-night a let
ter from the Speaker of the House,
similar to one recently received by the
nthar official stenographer for the
House committee, Mr. Hayes, inform
ing him that for the good and sufficient
cause he had been dismissed and that
his services would no longer be requir
ed. It is understood that the dismissal
of Messrs. Hayes and Devine will be
brought up in the House for discussion
to-morrow by Stevens or BandalL
In consequence of the dfefective re
ports the committee on the Shipherd
investigation declined to proceed with
business yesterday. To-day another
stenographer was in attendance upon
Exploded her Boiler.
Charleston. S. C. April 13. The
steamer Planter, from this port, explo
ded her boiler this morning, just after
leaving the dock. Jake Washington,
colored, deck hand, was scalded to
death. L. S. Bosang and W. T. Hann,
Mate and Engineer, both white, were
seriously scalded. Two colored men
were Blightly injured. The Planter
had a cargo of merchandise, and about
12 cabin passengers. None of the lat
ter are injured. The vessel and cargo
are but slightly damaged. The vessel
was towed back to the pier.
Washington, April 13. Middle At
lantic States, fair weather, vanaDie
winds, stationary or higher barometer
South Atlantic States, clearing weath
er, northerly winds, stationary or higher
barometer, stationary temperature.
Gulf States, clearing weather, north
erly winds, higher barometer, station
ary or higher temperature.
A Testimonial to Hon. Chas. W. Jones
New York, April 13. The Irish Na
tionalists of New York City, will, this
evening, present Hon. Charles W.
Jones, United States Senator, from
Florida, with a handsome set of resolu
tions, throush Edward G. Byrnes, who
is now in Washington, as a delegate
from the Land League. The presenta
tion will take place at the Senators
Another Cashier Short.
Washington, Pa., April 13. Cashier
Ruth's defalcation probably amounts to
$75,000 or $80,000, but investigation has
not been completed, in one instance
the bank had a credit of $14,000 with
the Pennsylvania Bank of Pittsburg,
but Ruth had checked out $12,000. He
has been placed under arrest for em
bezzlement by order of his bondsmen.
Rations for the Sufferers.
St. Louis, April 13. The steamer
Citv of Cairo, of the Anchor Line,
which left for Vicksburg this afternoon
took down $40,000 government rations
for the sufferers by the flood in the
State of Mississippi, and the steamer
City of Helena, which leaves to-morrow.
will take down the same amount).
IWt Britain 358; to France .
wrLMDJGTON Steady; middling 1 l&fec
line ll8 1tic; good ordinary
37; gross ; sales ;
mmitwlse ; to Great
Philadelphia Steady; middling 12Vic low
i.trtdllng 1 le: ood ordinary lOtyc; net receipt!
U4Q muRR9: sRlei : s Dinners : tooK
15VG03 ; exporis Qreat Britain ; to continent
dATANSAH Steady; middling llc; low mid
dling llVfec; good ordinary lOfc net receipts
' etoss ; sales 1,500; stock d9.12iS;
exports coastwise 2,077: to Great Britain 4,050;
to t ranee ; w cuuuuem .
New Obleass-Steady; middling 12c; low mw
..i..,,. i iKi,.. onoA ordinary HUic: net receipts
a VroTs' 7H8: sales 2.000; stock a8.157;
exDorts to Great Britain 3,967 : to France ;
coastwise ; to continent 35; to chan
Mobile -Quiet; middling lltyc; low middling
lHhc; good ordinary lustc; net njcciyui io,
irross lVi; saies uou; b-
... - . DiHIoln
coast 0Z: trance ; iu vjicoi kuuuu ,
to continent .
Memphis Firm; middling llic; low mid
dling lll&c; good ordinary 10ic. net reoeims
306- ctoIs 43; shipments 2,024; sales 1,000;
AUGUSTA Quiet; middling low De
aling lie; good ordinary lOlic; receipts Od;
shipments ; sales 167.
Charleston-Steady; middling HTfee; tow mid
dling llc;good ordinair lUfcc: net receipts
835 gross : saies uu, nn iuc
exports ooastwlse 491; to Great Britain ;
to continent ; to France ; to chan
New TOBX-Qulet and steady; sales 640: mid
dling uplands 12 8-lBc; middling Orleans 12 7-1 6c;
eonsolldated net receipts 8.502; exports to Great
Britain 12,095; to France 914; to continent 30o;
to channel .
Liverpool Noon Firmer: middling uplands
RSbd: middling Orleans 6 13-10d; sales 12,000;
speculation and exports 2,000; receipts 17,800;
American 4,000. Uplands low middling clause:
tnrii riftiivprv ft 4'2-4d Q 6 43 64d : April and
May 6 42 64da 4J-64dtf 0 44 4a
June ; June ana Juiy
Lard. perTD ISalWs
TaljjOW. Der E a8
V r. hrwrmiM luan
Hams,K.C 1 -4alB
Hams, canvassed 1 oa I b4S
tatesville, 3NT. C,
July and August 8 53-64d; August and September
aq Li October and November . Futures
VJ -x W"X I
Liverpool -5 P. M Sales of American cotton
10 100 bales. Uplands low middling clause: April
aeVvery -d; April and May -; May and
June d: June and July d; July and
AUKUSt 6 63-H4CI. aiSO OOZ-O-iU; Jiususi niiu
tember 6 57-6.4d; September and October .
Futures closed barely steady.
All the drawlnes will hereafter be under the ex
clusive supervision and control of GKNIBALb l.
T. UUAUKEGAHD and JU-BAL A. EARLY.
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lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
with a capital of 81,000.000 to which a reserve
funrt nf Kf;n ooo hfts since been added.
Rt an ovprwheimine DODular vote Its franchise
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adopted December 2d, A. D. 1879.
Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawings will
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1 Capital Prize 10,000
1 rnnltnl Prim 5.000
2 Prizes of J2',500 5.000
5 Prizes of 1,000 A'99.9.
20 Prizes of 500 1 0,000
100 Prizes of 100 10 P0
200 Prizes of 50 10,000
500 Frizes of 20 10,000
1,000 Prizes of 10 10,000
9 Approximation Prizes of 8300 82,700
9 Approximation Prizes oi 200 1,800
9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900
rilE ITIOST FA VOIt A III. E TERMS AND IX COMPETITION W ITU A!V
JOBBEKS IN THE COUNTRY. THEY WILE BE GLAD TO
tlUOTE PRICES TO THE TRADE.
IS NOW COMPLETE.
Wholesale Retail Buyers Invited to Examine it Before Making their Purchases.
HANDSOME STOCK. OF
receipts 122: gross 1,240.
sales 105.0OO Dates.
12 81 82
12 440 45
1 1 760 77
A Pugnacious Official.
Philadelphia, April 13. City Com
missioner, William S. Douglass, was
arrested to-day, and will have a hear
ing to-morrow upon a charge of asaaul
upon a representative of the Evening
Bulletin, of this city. The latter called
upon the commissioner about noon to
request some information about the
new building, and In reply, he was
seized by the back of the neck by the
city official and kicked out of the build
ing. Awarrrant for his arrest was
sworn out at once.
Washington, D. C April 13. The
Signal Corps Station at Smith ville, N.
C reports Schooner Minnie, from New
York for Charleston, ashore on Frying
Pan Shoals, and will probably be a to
tal wreck. Crew saved.
Fatal Boiler Explosion.
Baltimore, April 18. By the explo
ion in the company shop mill, corner of
Fremont and .Pratt streets, tnis after
noon, it i reported there were 12 per
sons killed. Five bodies were recover
ed. Splicing in High Life.
Vienna, April 13. Princess Therese
"Von Leichtenstern and Prince Francis
Joseph, of Bavaria, were married yes
Nkw York Net
Futures closed firm
.-V. , - ........... J
The Post's Cotton Report says: Future deliveries
at the first call sold 2 points dearer, but lost the
advance and l to 2 pin in addition . At the
second call May was bought at 12 26 : July 1 2 56,
October 11.69; the two former at yesterday's clos
ing auotatloDS. and Ociober 2 points higher At
ter the call Liverpool reported an improved de
mand, and spots was 1 point dearer. This led to
greatly Improved inquiry and prices rose 7 vO 8
above yesterday's dosing rates. The desparity be
tween Liverpool and our market continues in full
. nH io insiirA1 iimn with muoh dl8sstlsfac-
Uonbythe T Bear Interest. The Bulls point to a
great falling off In receipts, to decreasing the sup
ply of American cotton to small htocksat our mills
and to an Inevitable ultimate European demand,
although as they allow It may be delayed longer
than desirable. At the third call V2.23 was re
f,,afnT Anril: Mav brought 12 33; June 12.48
taia-AQ; Julv 12.A4: August 12.78 to 1279;
Beptembw J2.43 to 12 44; Ofitober 11.74;
1857 Pr zes, amounting to - SI 10.40C
Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all
points to wnom nuerai cu'uycuatiuvu nm i.
Kor further IntormatlOB write clearly, giving full
address. Send orders by express or Begistered
Letter, or Money Oruer by mall, addressed only to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
or M. A. DAT7PHIN,
127 La aallo Street, Chicago, Els.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
607 Seventh street, Washington, D. C
The New York office Is removed to Chicago.
N. B. - Orders addressed to New Orleans will re
ceive prompt attention.
The particular attenties of the Public is called
tnthn fact, that the entire number of the Tickets
for each Monthly Drawing is sold, and conse
quently all the prizes In each drawing are sold and
drawn and paid.
New Carpets, Oil Cloths ! Rngs.
HOUSE FtTSHISHIKG- GOODS A SPECIALTY,
The Largest and Cheapest Stock of Embroideries in the City.
CALXj A. 33 SZE3IE3 THKM.
ELIAS &d COHEN .
-POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE-
You will fiDd a choice and complete stock of
PIKE ! FRESH fcRUGS,
Golden's, Leibig's Liquid Extract
BEEF and TONIC 1NVIUORATQK.
Don't be Alarmed
t T)Hrt'a Tt1AaaA TflAttAtAa. or an V disease Of the
ktrinava. Hvnr nr nrlnarv organs, as Hop Bitters
win mrcatnlv and lastlngl) cure you, and It Is 1
only thing that will.
Captain Howgte Escaped.
Washington, D. C- April 13. Cap
tain Howgate, formerly disbursing offi
cer of fche Signal Bureau, has escanad
dienant and declared that he would not from jail. It was stated in the newspa-
but that the conaucwr comu iib wuid umo vuv ii oiW
ann h train and eiect him. This the
conductor would not do, but told his
unknown passenger that the train
would stop at the next station when he
could either get off fir take the car called
for by the ticket. The Bishop took the
first horn of the dilemma, got off at the
station, which was four miles from
Jacksonville, and walked back to that
city. The Union says this is absolutely
all there is in the affair.
ed considerable liberty in the way of
visiting his home, spending Sunday
there, &c., but that statement was de
jiied, by the officials in charge of him.
Late this evening an announcement of
his escape was made from police headquarters.
"Wells' Health Benewer" restores health and
Tior, cores Dyspepsia. Impotence, eexuai weom
tj. SlVDepat ST ajIcAden, Charlotte, N. C.
BID FORD AXCX ABP IBOK SPBIKOS WATIB AHD
Mass. The great tonlf! and alteraUve contains
lwkw aa moon iron ua tuvr vpi iui. mure tuuu.
taum than any "alum and iron mass" Known.
Just the thing for the "spring mMm : now n
general, bora dj u uuw "
Price reduced one.Jialf.
may 11 n
Mathers 1 Mothers 1 1 noners i u
ire voa disturbed at hlght and broken or
Governments irregular, Vi higher.
Four and half per cents
Four per cents
State bonds generally Inactive
Sub-treasury balances wold,
". . ' Currency....
Stocks. 11 A. M. The stock market opened
rather weak, with the prices fe per cent lower
than yesterday's closing quotations, the latter for
the Lake Shore. In early dealings, after a frac
tional decline in the general list and 1 1& per cent
in me waoasn preierred, tae mar&ei sum up
IfeSl percent, the Louisville Nashville, the
New Jersey Central and the Lake Shore being
prominent In the upward movement This was
Tollowed by a decline of 131 per cent, the latter
for the Wabash preferred, wiille the Colorado
Coal told down 2, ts 61, but recovered.
BrdCKS Irregular,- but in the main weak j
Ainoama-jiass a, 2 to B KHS
Are J orvln with the
rnTnaln -of cutting teeth ? Tf so, go at Alalama-Class A, small
ofS andtJbprae oi MKa. wuwmj-o -?ir
Life Saving Superintendent,
Washington, D. C, April 13. C. H.
Spencer, of Orange, Fla.. has been ap
pointed Supt. of the 7th life saving dis
trict, in Florida.
avaM IO wall a.. th mnr liaiH I HM ts. A'
Iffb'ZwWttei to no Chicago and NormwesteV . ..
W r. I Northwest preferred,
erdrelWC aid heawT to tie child: ope t-
" - an(t nieasaQt to tne iasi, anu is uio
njiu uiw ----
25 cents a bottle.
I Louisville and Nashville
ridsnvuie and Chattanooga..
In the City of Louisville, on
SATURDAY, APRIL 29th, 1882.
ThMft drawings occur monthly (Sundays eicept
ed) underJov!lonof an Act of the General As-
sembly oi A-enuu.
The United States circuit won on marou oj,
pwiy is legal. ,t.
t.o Hi-oorinirgi are fair.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
fond: Bead the list of prizes for the
, p-,,e $80,000
10 PrizOT, si.OOO each 10,000
20 Frizes, 500 each , - - 10,000
100 Prizes, 100 each 10,000
.200 Prizes. 50 each 10,000
600 Prizes, 20 each 12,000
l.flflO Prtxes $113400
Whole Tickets. 82; Hall Tickets, ls 2T Tickets,
$50; 55 Tickets, 8100.
' Bemit Money or Bank Draft In Letter, or send
by Impress. DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED
LETTER OB POSTOFF1UJS uiOJJUfc uraers or
tS and upward, by Express, can be sent at our ex
pense. . Address all orders to
ll. M. BOARDMAN, Courler-Joumal Build
Louisville; g., or BOP Eroadwsy, New York,
aprl " '
CIGARS 1 TOBACCO,
THE FINEST SELECTION In the CITY,
ncludlng the famous LA PARE PA brand of Cigars
Chemicals and Toilet Artielts,
an assortment, and everything generally kept In a
first class Drug Store. Special attention given to
Physicians' Prescriptions day and night, batis
f action guaranteed.
t3&- GIVE ME A CALL. &J
Comer Trade. , and College Street
IAPERS and MOWERS!,
"Chieftain" Lock Lever
tea. Kentucky Caiie Mills' and Coi
TiM Kvaoorators. improved ueere cultivators.
th nnif hrated Dow Low Cotton Planter, will save
mote than enough to doubly pay for Itself every
season. Oftiser ana Jsmpire J nrasners nuu now
Powers, Thomas' tmooimng narrows, Acme nar
a lot of Fresh German Hiilett, Eurdtin and
TTariv Amber Cone Seed. v- -
will compare prices wun any iuu.iaiuj&
B0U3E IN THE STATE.
J. G. SHANNONHOU3E, Agent,
tpi7 lw Charlotte, N. C.
HOW TO TELL
UEXUINE SINirfQXN L1VEU Itr.il-
LtTOH, Oil ITEDICINE
Look for clean neat WHITE WRAPPER with
the red symbolic letter stamped upon It In (lie
form ot a ribbon gracefully curved lnio the letter
Z embracing the emblems of our trade, spatula
Monar and Hraduate wl h the words A Q fclM-MONS-
LIVER RKGULATOR or MKDICIN K lher
on, also observe the signature of J. H. ZEILIN
CO., in ifed ink on the ulde.
TAKE U fJTUEf.
Beware of those wb know nothlriR of Medical
Compounds who put ou nostrums known to sour.
and being analyzed provv onnie.s anacniy maue
to fleece the public, and U pirate on the well earn
ed reputation of Zellln & Co's. medlclDe these
frauds have no reputation to sustain and will
cheat you for a few pennejs every way they can.
See Who Endonea the Genuine.
Hon. Alex. H. Stephens,
Rt. Rev. Jno. W. Beck with. Bishop of Ga.,
Gen. Jno B. Gordon, U. S. fcenator,
Rt Rev. Bishop Pierce,
Hon. Jno. Gill Shoiter,
J. Edgar Thompson,
Hon. B H. Hill.
Hon. J. C. Breckinridge,
Prof. David Willis, D. D.
Chief Justice Hiram Warner, of Ga.
Lewis Wunder, Assistant P. M. Phila , Pa.,
and thousands of others from whom we have let
ters Df commendation and recommendation
It ts eminently a Family Medeclne; and by be
ing kept ready for immediate resoit v.111 sue
many an hour of suffering and many a dollar lu
time and doctors' bills.
Dr. Simmons' Liver Regulator,
If AKUP ACTUBKD ONLY BY
" v ' PmLlDELrUv,
Sold by ail Respectable Druggists.
BY the year, the store room near the court ho. se;
or would let the same by the day, week, o
month, for auction or similar purposes.
Also, by the year, a four room Cottage.
opr5 tt. BARRINGER.