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If 11 I ) Pl.t i
LOOKING TO A COAUTltfff.
The Republiin State Executive Com
consalt about party;
nate a day for jSalli
that event is the second Wednesday
June, and Raleigh the place. After
this matter . was settled the next thing;
$3K ?4XeS?cfca.ire,!t eflectin we hwite attention
fill1 r ssMsri f m 1 8 Jy, f - -
but Heth's boyfu with skdetermination
to capture it, piarje
f wciB.xojpewomenwnana ioi mflrce,yeptiteaia)raBly
lafiict'ensuedffia'nnot be faentthll fothebnst:
tiidm Blatchfofd Wrt t& t the
Wealthiesfi4Mh!hJlter sat upon d aisctisslon waa lhe Mli to be
Deference to the so-called
Mvm&iMmS AitowLjBQvnmant in i tfai ouf , A
the most distinguished failure that ever after some ventilation otvlewipro( and
wielde41heiayetbi thaHoasecft Rep-1 con ittUMWert
reaenUttvea; 7 " . - I WiT"!1!
described. It was an awful moment
bayonet to bayonet, Sword to sword,
breast to breast, But in a few moments
the Federal lkagavajwas and , rushed?
into the petfift! of retread 1 A
Qwr Hancock's effleial wtwrt-niw
WE INVITE ATTENTION
-TO OUR STOCK OF-
street railroad and wagon road bridge
uver tue mo uranae.
Washington, April 20. House.
The; Bouse on motion of -Blackburn, of
eniocky. the Senate bilLwas-Jiasaed
It is stated that- the iron., mines of,
Michigan yielded last year more profit
than the gold and silver mines of the
The Montgomery Advertiser says
that it still persists in thinking that
Alabama's corn crib' will, next fall, be
moved just 1,000 miles nearer the equa-
The Greensboro Patriot says there is
an unauthenticated rumor afloat that
the State Council will reconsider its de-1
cision in reference to the calling of an
extra session of the legislature.
The Richmond Dispatch publishes
the delinquent tax list of the city, em
bracing about 1,300 lots, the to tax on
which the owners have failed to re
spond. If the Missouri courts would try oth
er murderers as promptly as the St.
Joseph court tried '.the slayers of Jesse
James, the jails wouldn't be quite as
well atoek grey are. V V
The postmaster at Milton, N. C, has
so much spare-time that he has none to
counting the verses tn th New Testa
ment and measuring their length to find
out the longest and the shortest.
Cleveland has a very beneficent and
well-conducted institution where wo
men who Work out during the day can
leave their babies, with the certainty-
that thev will be well taken care-of at
the rate of five centra, day per head.
In the political trials now in progress
in Charleston there are eleven Republi
cans and one Democrat on the jury.
The probabilities are that Brewster
and Melton will not find it difficult to
get the kind of a verdict they want.
Utica,N. Y., Herald, (Rep.): Presi
dent Arthur continues his process of
setting only stalwarts on guard by the
appointment of Heman Snow to be
postmaster at Camden, in this county.
The President may find out, by and by,
that this process will be understood at
notice from him that he desires only
the holders of the big medal, the M308,w
to vote the Republican ticket.
tions this charge of the. Confederates.
d lyfainajority I He says: , "The enemy regard this as
e iithfthej t&t
eral movement Mottanp hilfrieadp "published a . congratulatory : order. to
f avor&g Ihe ednlition, KeoglOmdj hi "his troops, endorsed bOen.1 Hill and
friends opposing it As far as we1 cant '$tetj: Le,fateiftg tlie fof tfeett valor
learn it is about the division that fck- Mfti rtytng. us frqja pir, entrenched
of public buildines
FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
i iCalkin&fOftladiana. chairman jof
committee qa elections, called up
OOOtor Ahfe Jerf ci0nf U,
asobtsriioA full and complete. We keep the best Goods made, will sell them at the lowest possible prices and guarantee satUfactinn tr. an
at Frankfort, Ken- 1 our etock Embraces a full line ot Goods of all grades, and ot various styles and prices, being well adapted to the wants o both ibt on, ii?"rehase"
aragniMBwn i ' lT'WrrTtWwW r iW'iiwraHt nri Ht1f thmatAA or t,h tnirh nf nur iuuuri.innu ' wuuiry ir k
isted when tne suDject of making pro- (
hibition a party question was under
disoussion. Dr. JiOtt xrriecl h point
then as, he does now, -i and forced that
question into politics in opposition to
contested election case, Jynch vs. Chal
mers, from the Sixth district of Missis
lBlppii-''i'iJ moil t ,jt ,.i l .lii.
: ;Mr. Carlisle, of Kentuckv. - called at
tention to the fact , that.) AfebeTton-of
Ohio, who represented the minority, in
Tunes. Ana weu raignt, tne uontea- r account of sicknfeaa. and a.rdlvthauffht
A - 1 l i . m a k I i ? i. . . . . , . I
eraie uenerais ieei proua or tne cpn- it jau to caii iup ie case jn tne ftoence
duct brtheir troops on that Occasion, ofthat gentleman., ' iir. ,
li . rvlc, 0I oyer Jour jear, thb 1. J&SSSttgLSSL
tne oniy wsianee wiere we saw payo- erton stating that he would ; endeavor '
the judgment of Keogb, Jenkins (and J nets locked (many of the Confederates j to be back on Monday, via the lUesm1 Vio; kooq orainaiT lie;
dtbfBwMwlMi is evidently his intent! .ihxown , away their bayonetsand time, Mr. Calkina thought the diBeus- $i.JgL S'Jft.
to make it figure in the coming cam-
An n firr. nf thin ireara mm a th riT1
ecutive committee of the anti-prohibi-tion
association, of which Mr. T. N.
uooper, ur. Mott s rigm naa man, is tne
chairman and leading spirit, is called
to meet at Raleigh on tbe 2nd of May,
for what purpose is not defihltety stated,
but the fact that it was called while
Mott and his frienils were in conclave
would leave the natural inference that
there was a special niotiVfe and that
they had something to do with it Dr.
Mott evidently calculates on forming a
clubbed the enemy with the butts of
their muskets) and we pray God that
4hall never see it agaW
u PR. MOfTP-RDICTS JSIC
A representative of the Greensboro
jNews interviewed Dr. Mott, Tuesday,,
whil$ on his way to Baleih, to attend 1 ol tke w hole on 'the tariff. . commission
..... ' c-m. r C . 3. - I hill : '-' '
T.nTniwi.inff nrrM KAimn man pvopn. . v....
sion might run Qo for .two davB and
that no. vote should be taken, until Ath
ettqn's return. .-,, , ... .....j., ;
; Finallv the House deferred action1 on
the LynchrCbaljofters contested election
case of Mississisajppi, until Athetton,
o4 Qbio.tfhQ represents, r. the vmihyrity
returns,. ;ai v ..m au,-v -..'
The Jlouae thea want into committee
SATAirSAH-QnJetr1 mWdlm llc; low mid
dling i mo; good ordloan lQVac; net receipts
490; KTOiS sales 000; stock 81,968;
export coatw1e. 1658; to Ureal Britain ;
to France tOjCpntlnent . 1 "
Nkw Okljcaks - Firm ; middling X2c; low mld
dling,llc; ood ordinary 1 Hfec; net receipts
500; cross 648; sales 6,700: stock 167,267;
exporta tq Jret Britain ; to France ;
oastwise t to continent 3,253; to chan
MoBilJS-Quleti middling llc; low mlddltn
net recerou 739:
stock 21,704: exports
Mkmpks Steady; middling 12c; low mid
dling llc; good ordinary 11c net receiuis
298; srross - ; shipments 1,857; sales 650;
sales 2 10.
tive committee. The News man ask
ed: -WU &e Jcommitteg foftaii&e any
policy in issufhg the call? ;
Tha depends -ota5 circilmstanceB. I
have some propositions and suggestions
to submit to the committee, which if
A Georgia strawberry raiser, who
cultivates about twenty acres, says suit
able ground well attended to ought to
yield about 1,500 quarts to the acre. In
Kentucky and Mississippi as many as
3,200 quarts have been gathered from
an acre. In Georgia, with the early
prices they command, raisers make a
profit of about $200 per acre.
Shipherd, the Peruvian Claims man,
from whom the committee at Washing
ton has been trying to learn something,
is no slouch. He never loses his head
and answers questions like an old stager
who was accustomed to being on tne
witness stand. He knows considerably
more than he will tell. .
The.fiity council of Chicago, in de
spair over the intolerable condition of
its streets, baa introduced ef bill to re
vive the old-fashioned country road
making aystem. It provides that every
able-bodied male inhabitant between
v the ages of 2L and 6p years shall give
two davs labor" on the streets in the
ward in which he Uvea, or in lieu there
of pay $150 a day. - - r
The rivalry between Barnum and
iTorepaugb, the showmen, is resulting
in some good to the charitable institu
tions of Philadelphia. Barnum adver
tised that he would give the receipts of
One exhibition to the armory fund of
the First Regiment of that city, where
upon Forepaugh announces that he
will give the net proceeds of a week's
performances to the charitable institu
tions of the city. They are now wait
ing to hear from Barnum.
Tom Evans publishes the following
in the Beidsville Times: fcMr. Henry
Edmunds, of Charlotte county, Va
had a large red hound named "Bose,"
that one day caught a rabbit in the
field where they were cutting wheat
and swallowed it witboutitirig it. It
killed the dog. The rabbit scratched
out Our correspondent Touches for
tU as.AaeL-" hereupon his venw-
awe fpjoc je Mjpton Chronicle, re
marksj tiahVstallow may be all
'righbitjbj iroudflie to have some
bodyivbach for the Icttr pondontr -
When the new constitution of Cali-
fornUiirae pd ton miMaS,
immigration was Submitted as a sepa
rate question to ascertain the sense of
coalition witbTtae "kdti prohibitionists, I acted favorably upon, will "stir up
whom ne designates as tne noeiai i Yrhlt J .4.
party, if he can do so, and the. persua
sive powers ot his friend hooper will
no doubt be called into eerciB"f or that
purpose. Thatthereis adapositfonon,
the part of some of the anti-prohibition
leaders to maintain the alliance formed
in the prohibition campaign, cannot be
denied, for they have proclaimed them"
selves in favor of the "liberal" move
ment and that means alliance with
Mott, Cooper and company, but this
number as far as any public declaration
has been made is insignificant few and
far between. Whether a sufficient num
ber may be found to make the coalition
amount to anything, remains to be seen,
but we do not believe there will be, for
in opposing prohibition when it was an
issue before the people the Democrats
who took that view were in the main
honest aha3i5 not purpose lending
themselves to placing the Radical party
in power and do not propose to do so
now. With the great body of the voters
and nearly if not all of the leaders, it
become a settled question when the
Verdict of tbe ballot was recorded, and
the Attempt of Dr. Mott & Co., to use
them to re-establish the supremacy of
the party which he engineers will meet,
we believe, with the rebuke it deserves.
With him and his fellow manipulators
it is a matter of perfect indifference
under what banner he marches, provid
ed it leads to victory, for victory is what
he ia after, and it ia a matter of no im
portance to him under what name or
deyicehe wins,, provided he does win.
A Republican viet6ry linderia so-called
liberal-disgnisev-wilL" answer his pur
poses quite as well as a Republican vic
tory, straight. He and his partizans
will reap the benefit ; will control the
Manlrestmcr intense interest, our
young Irian's next question yras quickly
I do not feel at liberty to 1 state i par-,
titulars, just now. ' ! ,
Yon expect your suggestions ' to be
Yes, by a majority of the committee
"And. then," with a tomahawk smile,
"you will hear the music."
"The man who does not seethe sagos
of prty disintegration is a Jool. ,l;t is
coming with bewildering force, ' and;
will upset many icely-laid plans,"! -
In. reply to a question about Cooper'
confirmation, the doctor thought io tsi- '
ceedingly doubtful,1 and J attribntfed his
defeat to an understanding between
Senator Ransom and Don Cameron,
Ransom being anxious for bis defeat
hoolnfir thus to check the coallaon
movement in this State,' which would,
go on, however, he remarked, allj the
Amons the sneakers were Turn or: of
JCentucky, ia opposition . to. .the meas
ure,, Dingley . tavnng it; Townend,
of Illinois, opposieg, and McKeszi, of
Kentuckyi oppostOfri' McKenzie isboke
at considerable length from the stand
point that. Congress by its ways ; and
imeane coinmittee should: perform the
duty which it was proposed to delegate
to acommlssion no more fit for at jthan
the ways and means committee ought
to be. He further, objected ; to the? pro
vision empoweriag xhes -President' to
appoint a commisaion.if a commission
there must be, holding that Congress
waa entirely competent to select; i$err
bers of axch. commisaion I and ' shbijld
eeleet it. Hia speech was full of hu
tnor and satire and bore hard upon the
do-nothing policy of the present Con
gress and its ways and means coinrrit
tee. McJ&ensie nas a tine voice and nis
speech was listened to as intentty and
enjoyed as much by Republicana as by
Democrat and. its conclusion was Te
eeived With applause from both sides
ofltbet-Honseif. ;- - t,i-.tv.' tl'
; The committee' rose, and King, of
Louisiana, introduced a bill appropria
ting JS9,000,000 for the improvement and
copstruction of the . Mississippi levees.
iiefrre4. -. .
; CHAKLBSTOHQtdet; middling lfTfec; low mld
aiUig llc;good ordinary llic; net retelpts
85; grow ;. aalee 200; stoci 15,608;
export eoastwtge : to Great Britain ;
to continent ; to Prance ; to chan
nel - :.
NswTOBK,-8tesdy; sales 1,195; middling up
lands 1214c; middling Orleans 12ic; consolidated
net reoerpta 3.799; exports to ureat Britain
9,030 to Franee 1,155; to continent 4202; to
Ltvhbpoou Noon Moderate lnqulrj freely sup
plied; middling uplands 6 11-16Q; middling Or
leans 0d;'8alefl 10,000; speculation and exports
2W0; BBoelpts. 18,800; American 9,950j Dp
lapda low middling clause: April delivery
B41-64d:.ADrllandMay 6 41-64d: May and June
6 48 4da 42'64dffi 43-84dr June and July
8 4HJ4d; amy and August '50-4d August and
September 6 5iVtJ4d; September and October
,; Octpber and November . Futures
WE F1AVE STOPPED SELLING AT COST, BUT OFFIt GOODS AT
SUCH ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES
- Th;U the P.ib'lc cannot Perceive the Difference. A beautiful stock of
Nw .Yost -iNet reoeiDts 503: gross -
Futures olosed steady; sales 92, 000. bales.
Ma$ . ........
Npember ...... .
1 Oorernments ttrong, i&QVt blgber
New 5 s,.
SHIKClTON, April 20. Middle At- I Sauriaad balf per cents, i.iu
lantic Statei fair weather, westerly SLrr aui' Vii
. . . a - w - - I UUUDI . . . vtfi'n
winds, nighet barometer,
THE MISSISSIPPI IBPROrEajENT
BILL RESUMED IX THE SENATE
915,000,000 ASKED FOR.
originally published, lia, the rfceidsvi 4,P
Times, ht self-explanatory : . . atiplyiM raOnfcy w the distretiii of
Danville. Vx. Aoril 8. 1862. 1 the river commission , to rebuuflirig ot
apiT. C.3PnM'$9e?3 W ' lleveea. He said the question was to
vin a recent conversation With a gaU toa constituents tne most important or
lant llac7Clenexats:the Confederate I the session; that the area covered by
armv:"Ain'nnMnnmlanf n.W, KA f fV, v ana fit AirapfiA vrAiMllrlcr .ar.
infantrv. in the late wartisfidithA bavU waa iatirer than that of the States otlMLaifliai.aftyfDriaani.aiJaa.fiBkfjrji! tiiaiw?
netinlheoriel4f5HetepMth N3W Hampshire iXfiraeai.si&jJpi tjgg, TOi
Ot snppose,theie t mpnt, Connecticut and Hbede -to .SS5.TaEaSKtoS
tho peopley on1
, votes case xqr
ft. 1 There! WerellsiJtt
Drohibition. '883 ictafii
and 5,881 non-committal, who, while
voting upon the constitution did not
vote upon the Chinese" pffippji tioh. The
inajuribj lui pruuiuiuon -Was 14774
which snows now the people of that
State regard the Chinese as an element
ot ICftjaoxw And this Is About what
the people or an the Pacific States think
about it !
In obedience to a .proclamation by
the governor, in accordance with a res
olntion adopted by the legislature, the
people of Ohio wul'&rn out "oft the 27th
Instant to plant saplings by the road-
abfr 41 W'treeplantlhg is well
The House Postpones the Considera
tion of the Mississippi Contested Cases
and Continnes the Discussion of the
Tariff Commission Bill, McKenzie, of
Kentucky, Making the Principal
Washinoto?, April 20. Senate.
The President sent the following
nominations to the Senate to-day:1 Al
phonso Taf t. of Ohio, to be envoy ex
traordinary and minister plenipoten
tiary of the United States to Austria
Wm L. Dayton, of New Jersey, to be
minister resident of the United States
to the Netherlands; Nicholas Fish, of
New York, to b6 minister resident to
John M. Francis, of
lowed by rising temperature.
soutn Atlantic ana .East ti tilt fair
weather, south westerly winds, station
ary or higher "barometer, stattonary or
Vvest Gulf fair weather, southerly
winns, lqwer Darometer, stationary or
Tennessee and Ohio valley fair
weather, south westerly winds, rising
followed by falling barometer, station
ary or higher temperature.
Bkoford aluvakd Iron sprihss Watxb ajtd
lUsa The great tonic and -alterative contains
lwloe as much. Iron and fifty per cent, more alum
tnum than any "alum and Iron mass" known.
Just the thing lor the "spring weakness" now so
general. Sold bj all druggists of anj standing.
Prices reduced one half. ''
: mail 1-41 . '
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
1Aln4nm TAtm X4 Vrnnia Jaxtr
machine, and dictate its course as here-tTork, to be charge daffalrs to Portu-
tofore. The iteople of this State, we gal ; J. p. Wictersham, of rennsylvania
take it are too intelligent, and have had
too bitter experience of Radical rule in
the past, to be caught in such a trap
as is proposed to be set for them, and
enticed into this so-called liberal coali
tion combination, set and adjusted by
trigger-workers Mott & Co. The game
is too thin, too easily seen through to
deceive those who do not wish to be de
ceived. They propose, however, to play
it for all it is worth, and have evident-
y based their hopes of victory on the
success of the coalition which they hav.fr I
ueen uoiug vueir uest w euect.
During the "late unpleaaantuess'"bay-
to bs charge danairs to Denmark;
Adam Badeau, of New York, to be con
sul general at Havana.
At 2 o'clock the Senate temporarily
laid aside the regular order, the Missis
sissippi improvement bill, and McDUl
addressed the Senate upon the regula
tion of the inter-State commerce bill,
introduced by him, creating a board of
railway commissioners, being informal
ly taken up.
Upon the conclusion of his remarks
the bill was referred. :
A message was received from the
President relative to the convention to
define the boundary line between the
United States and Mexico. Referred.
v The-Honsebill appirlating 05,000
to supply the deficiency for the current
year waa called upland. passed.
xne mair tnen announcea tne Mis-
iPRIL 20, 1882
Wilmington, n. C Spirits turpentine dull, at
54c. Eoslndull; strained $1.92tv good sualned
$1.97. Tar steady, at fl.SR. Crude Turpentine
weak, at Ks.3o ior nara: to ior reiiow aip;
j:i.76 for virgin (new). Com unchanged ; prime
white $1.01; mixed 02,
Balttkobx Noon Flour quiet and unchanged;
Howard street and Western super S8 75336.00;
extra S5.26f2sStt.25; family S0.6OiS7.5O; City
Mills, super H.60eft4.J5; extra 85 00387.80;
Bio brands $7 37S$7.60. Wheat Southern
easier; Western active and higher; Southern red
$1.45SS1.6e; amber 1.5&asi.ti2; No. 1 Mary
land 81-60 a&ksa; Ho, 2 Western winter red spot,
$1.47 asked. Corn Southern easier; Western
aotlTeand higher; Southern white 92Ma; Southern
BAiurnoBX Nteht Oati. lower: Southern
59331; Western wnite 6063, latter an extreme;
mixed 58Q59; Pennsylranla 68)261. Provisions
Brm and unchanged ; mess pork $18.50
$19 50. Hulk mean shoulders and: clear rib
sides, packed VHV Bacon-shoulders IH4;
clear no sides vw, haras vainaiVA. lam re
fined 12H. Coflee duH; Bin cargoei ordlnarj
to fair 81A391A Buwup-steady: lioftia WHls-
at i.vs,i iio. irreigau nominal.
State bonds generally Inactive
Sub-treasury balances Gold.. $86,628
" " Currency.... 3 914
Stocks. 11 A. M. The stock market opened
strong, and M-dl per cent higher than yesterday's
closing prices, the latter for the Nashville 4
Chattanooga. In early dealings a decline of iS)
per cent took place, the Michigan Central and the
New Jersey Central leading therein, after which
the market sold up l&ai per cent, the latter for
the Missouri Pacific, while the Alton A Terre
Haute preferred advanced ii per cent, to 59.
Stocks Irregular :
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5 HIVa
Alal lama Class A. small 81 Mg
Ala! xuna-Class B, 5's 1 . 2Vi
Alabama Class c. 4's. 85 ,
Chicago and Northwestern l-275fe'
Chicago and Northwestern preferred, 1.3754
cast Tennessee 1 1
111 nols Central. 1 3514
Lake Shore l.'3
Louisville and Nashville 743
Memphis and Charleston 54
Nashville and Chattanooga HOlfe
New York Central 1 -J2 Vi
Richmond and Allegheny 21
Bichroond and Danville 1.15
Boek Island 127
South Carolina Brown Consols, 1 02
Wabash, St. Louis A Pacific 27tfc
Wabash, St Louis & Pacific preferrd no
CITY COTTON MABKET.
Omci of The Obsekter, l
Charlotte, April 21, 1882. 1
The market yesterday closed firm at the fol
Good Middling 114
Strictly middling, 11
Strict low middling 1 1 14
Low middling 11
Storm cotton 7S,9i,fa
Sales yesterday 174 bales.
, key arm,
bnet chances, wneTeHhposlng: linea WmiTOi JHfetSt J
actually met in deadly conflict were
anything but frequent, but that it did
occur sometimes cannot admit of doubt.
On this subject the following letter,
order of Diisiness, and after a statement
bv.MiileraOt California, tnAt.ne,wottii
lurfer pressihfif the Chines bill until ;
hinj? orderwaa aisposed of,
leoige proceeaea -toa voeate tne 0111
and Prices a shade-lower: No. 2 red winter S 1 Isfr
f3$1.41. Corn dull Bd lowen No. 2 mrxed. 1
781. oats -easier ;.
-firm, at S1V.UU.
combmatlon sales of finished goods. 720 barrels.
on a basis of $Llt . Sugar quiet and unchanged ;
hards lOU&Ui Sew Orleans 7ter)8. Jogs
steady; common and tight $5.7 56 87.BO,--packing
and butchea $a.uux5. . ;
Chicaqo. Flour firm andnuchanged; commdn
to fancy white winter extra $0 503540 ; flnter
superfine $.5oa$l5.RQi.lew te ebolce Western
nrlne extra $4.003$? JOD; common to fancy Mln-
nesoU spring extr $5. 00j87.50 ; poor to aancy
uy(79.ha w peat
M coold not, 1
acres of ares
.You, Mr. Editor, know that af. Wil-1 It contained 24.000.000 aci
liaMSbWff in 1862.the 13th North fsn'rw'' 1 WtfiaMTCtir WHfcri TtTOrmore tnan 2li
Una volunteers not onlv usd thn rwfe loon Jua
net-butrirad-rt-rised-aCTiust them." The! mated that, it lbeayea, werejebhUt
late XapL GiLe3j Barley,, of!Uckin?-1 oxer 10)00acrea of, tlie best laodlh.
ham. eaflant isoldieri fa-ne friend and the world would be brooeht into cailti-
noble man Be ISwMJwlBMisaTaledifet life i VatibrfJWHrcH 'al-8 -Vdt? ribWenttivktedV
AU. uim utw.V fvuip e
with his fcwerd feciit
1 the hands ot.tiift'eaemi
county of Caswell, members of thati wtivin wMch eunivaiion bM pro
regiment still live whose persons bear ed tr tbat section sinc 4be.' warspo
mu 'Wyonet, wounds: iJpounia .pjfKauj a.ni,ppcea,
Wlllm ffMianMifJredfiidftlfid.or whose I Seweo And a half rnillioracrean! .cdttbtf
living body will be produced if 'this lalitf3-,wMehWdWdsVBdi wouldjpW
statement is questioned, still lives, who i a Qcen'nnu al vieid worth about
hade Jowecat &QIM tor oash and a
EilSb for May. Poxk-Uvfalj dematftT and
at $18.20 for cash and Iprfl; $17,453$ 18.J0 for
May. Lara--acuve ana snad wwri;at$i 1.25
tor cash find Aprte 81l25SU7Msilor'May.
$ W 7a I hlskeyBteady, and unchanged, at
Milti'.ili to Jutnt ni Ji; .iui'.ii '
! . Nvr;jo3K-ftherBi fiotav finni.etimmin to
,lalr. extra. $6V70S$aOKX,, opd to . ohotoe extra
$6.65$8 tfhe&lzPiQ)lMfi Peher, uhsetttod
nd feyerMh wt 2' Slphfig $ W4fi t ungraded .red
f ranee: e.Hd eMBHMr Srtrr VwtrthrMil : nn.
ym plotting weaK ;
and qutet; sales low ordmsryfilo lagtnt, hVs-8ngftr-nntibangfl(UB
pdcaa and -dull; fair tot good
HOW TO TELL
GENUINE SIMJTIONS LIVER REOU
LATOB, OR MEDICINE.
Look for clean neat WHITE WRAPPER with
the red symbolic letter stamped upon It In the
form of a ribbon gracefully eurved Into the letter
Z embracing the emblems of our trade, Spatula.
Mortar and Graduate wl h the words A. Q. SIM
MONS' XIVEB REGULATOR or MEDICINK there
en, also observe the signature of J. H. ZEILIN &
CO., in red ink on the side.
TARE NQ OTHER.
Beware of those wb know nothing of Medical
Compounds who put 01 nostrums known to sour,
and being analyzed provV onhle.s and only made
to fleece the public, and to pirate on tbe well earn
ed reputation of Zeilln & Co's. medicine these
frauds have no reputation to sustain and will
cheat you for a few. penneys every way they can.
See Who Riidorties tlie Genuine.
Hon, Alex H Stephens,
RtvRev. Jno. W. Beckwlth, Bishop of Ga.,
Gep. Jno B. Gordon, U. S. fcenator,
Hit Her: tnsnop fierce,
Hon. Jno. Gill shorter,
J. Edgar Thompson,
Ben. B. H. BtH, .
Hon J. C. 5rektar!Hge,
Prof DavlcrWlHis. r. I).-
. OrtM ausiiee Mrjara warner. or ia.
i Lewis Wunder,tAflslstant P-M. Pnila Pa,
and thousand? of 6thets .wxtffm we have let
lers Or eomMicnaaiiOTi suu reroiuuicuuiiwuu
It Is eminently a Famtly; Medfiolne; and by be
!m knt read? Jar immediate resort Bill save
many an hour ot suffeflng and many a dullar In
nme- ana oocrors- rain.
X A. I ( K. k. A 1 r Sn. T Ml AA. S. AAlA.- J-" JLnwm 1 Jktyarw AlAUi tfK?AAUT '1 fVw. Mf JiiiV ' , j
l i ueBOflrsLxa nnriniiLfir. i HKinc oul culluii hull buki muua i umci; owuiuwu a hob. juuiudbcs urui uiu ua
jnsibrother wrf wMjled hy I bfeycJ we had sfcHl- one ; miUion nacres 4o 1 lBaSoof
net in the handsof a brave foe, had A neeuee, -Kentucky,, IlMnbis and Sffisf f SffiSt'iaSiiffijc
readv Overcome, in dearilv hnrl tn hand Rnnri. miitahlft .fhf'VHfi1 rirrSdllCtioO of Sroolr'atfi8alW.' WSSl-hfl and aefDrissed:
conflictthe second man, who dared to.iSeiMWanch would 11
uAjuuuia wuu mm. wno were l me proauciion anu weaiiuui uiBuuuu-i-jjjiy ogQjj7rj.' new $18.123818 25. Mld
th brave men that so recklesslv con- llrT!bVnT0t9ntinr'U!s aTeaifrpm over- idresrerj' flrnF' and 'demand IfeM; long dear
iudiu wira openeuaooui tcow jower
Cl08lB flm,: with
tested with us on that bloody day?f flowratra 'fhe fubstiorl-1 was whejther
What,reiment, in all that host of Fed- , Congress would- arMVoprtofaB'thneoee-i
eral troops used the bayonet on the only sary money to this end'or consrefa that
ocasioinlcnown or Keard irjf.rso far as eomltrT to?ah eternal jungle andwestv
the knowledge pt ;.ydWoCbrres the inquiry whyV'if ,thia
extends? It waa understood that itrl eonntrvvwas , capable iof r sucfar produce
but afterwards recovered
.Dr. SimmoDs' Liver Regulator
MANUFACTTJBKD ONLY BT
J. It. ZtlL,IN $ CO.,
Sold by ail Respectable Druggist?.
feb24, . . -
.i n 'nairi ek: War tn r
$lt,52vnrreirht8 to- LTVerpooT market dull (
nottrtnalJ Cotton, pe iteam J3-82dOt-
was a Pennsylvania regiment
atty 5? the.lntellitreapOhdentaof i make the , necessary, improvements
the Philadelphia Times advise us. 1 . .
Yours, E. B. Withers,
, , Col, 13th N. 0. Reg. C. S. A
If tnl paragraph catches the eye-of
any man who was a member of Heth's
jlHyftioi, imM 1inia,
for; tbmsdvefl. he said., that1 its'
wealth. was not actual but potential,!
ana.Wee-rottrths of that class, , whicn
I ..:; us f.n ii I:;r. JJUl .1
diiaKtJlles good, ordinary 1
..nnonjdd!fjom-thft goifefaimen' f;J 11
ei Km i mid-Bi-netxeeekkts1
1 34rr6ss - mrnvWa 8.W ?Stt JSfavJ
rjomoossttW ' 0r WTeai.wwn ,io; to
innt u -i
.i,;')-'.lnoZ fun; o
eyeJopment. He said Uie
tMnk In' tlie JaharaolerifltinR Vi
fMt we sissipptnr.thetare ; of
worthy of imitation thev States, In
Prnaaia. which had perhaps the best
thousand officials. Through the system
adopted she has ertea the f eTtUf ty
of her good lands and reclaimed others,
while the revenue arisiMfrpm thtjaie pne
of,imbir not mmGX
maintaining the system , hut Mturps,
large surplus annually to the state.
fnaj wao jwas vms
minH nn 1AV Han UTatr IDOril,. UWWllim MilrUI lllfl 1BVKH SVRMm, I T. .
i . ji ' ' i , , 7 . ry reguiiflwiaB .1410 ana. ue ithine. recwiee '
vividly re-called. Heth's men crossed Hefetffthatthfettdwinibf, nonrtTsi I Brmtn tii43;
10 maiLB fevees results 1
?rdRFOtM-Onlet: nMddUni 1 TS; nel retelpt,
792!: -nsii-H-n3 atoek 80,272 ept" feoajit-
wlse ,768;. sales ,lBQeWPn Pt Britain
Baltdvobi Qulat middling 12Vee;
spmners tor exporw 10
i5loonluent .! '
middling 12Vee; lowj rnioi i fst irtll
vet theirivtr 4& in the face
Artillery fuel formed a nine
rom the conced
um nmiw 004; .
.s :. in
SMSf ITiado Steee
WI- bUmIi and KeUg Dotie li
ILL KINDS Of
A FULL LODI 49
Parlor & Chamber Suits,
conmai ea au. diosm kakb.
s WBST adi sfunrr.
Statesville, IN". C
OX THE lOST FAVORABLE TERMS AND IS COMPETITION Willi AV
JOBBERS IN THE COUNTRY. THEY WILL BE GLAD TO
QUOTE PRICES TO THE TRADE.
. . r .... iri
ea do wer,o improve . qq j cnanneia nn ! ""-Jirauair Msw.
1 in 1 mrnrBi ! imur naimiinfr i mm:
Best In tlie ,WorM.W
I6R ALE BY,. 8, SPENCER &: .CO
of . battle . io the face of the enemy
Atiora nn r m a mtttt ..,,1 uki . 1 . , r " .
AfM&iwfirifclnfthA'lfrtMrVf HVAaifwArVa Tth nnnstifcntional nownr nf CMtim?
of taving surrendered the first and
pad Jines f af tot 4eayftfia.ilaWng.
solved to hold the third at all hazards
, I ed the opinions of experto' ah: ohers poru Great BnuJLTi offienftSLr toWTl,9dr(
M M. lIKnillui
.111!:! i!f. ill : ! ,
dBB.7 M M M MrtfM H M U Tin T
8 IT" .Tib In:
tePrttaenfee1 &mi Prema-
l)erjarr.' ii08t3Hnnd, etc.,
whicaia iIF FEEB
dresa J. ni'ltliEVESL
I.- ,' I
IS NOW COMPLETE.
Wholesale Retail Buyers Invited to Examine it Btfore Making their Purchases.
HANDSOME 8EOCK OF
New Carpels, Oil Cloths l logs,
HOtTSE PtTBHISHIIia GOODS A SPBCULT7,
Hie Largest and Cheapest Stock of Embroideries in the City.
CA.XiIj -A- H S3 3D 33 T3SI3D1VI.
ELLAS & COHEN.
ou will find a choice and complete stock of
PURE FRESH DRUGS,
Colden's, Leiblg's Liquid Extract
RECEIVED TO-DAY A NEW SUPPLY OK
BLACK and GREEK TEAS
for the retail trade.
R. H. JORDAN & CO.,
BEEF and TOMC IWIf.OKAIOIt.
CIGARS t! TOBACCO,
Deluding tfte fap)fiT.i ptftypA hrand of Cigars
'toijals and Toilet Articles.
ari as?ortmeht, and everything generally kept in a
firsfwas? DrnsfStore.' Special. attention given to
nysieians rresenpuons aay ana nignr. sans
apr " ' t?
Quarts, Pints ana Half Pints, refreshing and i;ist
Ing. For sale by
R.IL JORDAN & CO.,
BAY RUM, In Quarts, Plutj and Half Flut..
Colghtes Ylolet and Florida Water,
R.IL JORDAN & CO.
ELECTRIC HAIR and FLESH BKDSHIS.
R. H. JORDAN & CO.,
tSfcU FLOWER. SEED, for sale br3
R. H. JORDAN & CO.
For the Retail Trade, Just Received, by
R. H. JORDAN & CO.
A FINE STOCKS
PAINT and 'WHITE WASH BRUSHES. All colors
PAIJiTS In small cans.
R. H. JORDAN & CO.,
api8 TRION STREET.