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CIIAS. R. JONfcS, Editor and PropHor.
. C. A3 SKOOHIV-CLASS MATTKB. I
FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1882.
Tmhnrfit. and her ( new Greek hus
band are playlngCamilletaPMifl.
nkin rtamrwrAtj( are talking of ran-
VU1V vmmm ww '
ning Thurmarr for Governor next year
The Supreme Court of Ohio has pro
nounced the Bond liquor law unconsti
I T I
Senator Hampton has become tired of
public life and finds living in Washing
ton exceedingly disagreeable.
The legislature of the high strung
moral State of Massachusetts closed up
last Saturday with a big drunk.
SHOWING THEIlt HANDS.
The Republican party is in a very de
moralized condition in the North, the
two factions known as the stalwarts
and half breeds, th3 former headed by
the administration at Washington, the
latter by Mr Blaine, tugging away at
each other and struggling for the victo
ry. In Pennsylvania, the home of the
Camerons who run in full fellowship
with Arthnr, Conkling & Co., there are
two tickets in the field, a straightout
administration and an independent,
the result of which may probably be, if
the fight continues, to give that State
to the Democrats. In Ohio also there
is tremble for the faithful, also in In
diana, whilst Iowa is indignant at
the summary displacement of Sec
retary Kirkwood to make room for
a stalwart ThA Pacific States are in
an unsatisfactory condition on account
of the vacillating course of President
Arthnr nnt.hft Chinese auestion. and
fears are entertained that in all these
States there mav be political changes
A LULL AFTER THE s'lORM.
THE SENATE PASSES THE CREEK
exports to Great Britain W INVlTE ATTE NlION
Henry Villard, the millionaire presi
dent of the Northern Pacific Railroad,
was once Washington corresponaenir oi i en0uKh to defeat a numoer oi xtepumi-
can Congressmen and send Democrats
in their places. In view of this possi
bility if not probability.it has been de
cided to unseat as many Democrats as
possible from the South, which the Re
publican majority in Congress is now
proceeding to do in the most shameful
manner. They propose also to try to
capture doubtful districts in the South,
and with this view inducements are
hninff held out to the so-called liberals
to come and join in the work it be-
inor understood that there will be
a division of spoils in the sweet by-and-by.
It is in the South their depen
dence is to offset the losses they may
sustain in the North and West, and
they are banking heavily on their inde
pendent-liberal (so-called) allies. But
t.hev will aliD ud in this and sit down
harder than they ever sat down before,
and the allies they are counting on will
sit down too. It will be a general sit
the Chicago, Tribune.
A bill has passed the New York leg
islature and been signed by the Gov
ernor, authorizing the organization of
companies to insure property againsi
Rev. George C. Miln, the Chicago Uni
tarian, minister who some" time ago
withdrew from the pulpit because he
could not endorse all the doctrines of
hia church, his gone upon the stage.
If beef keeps rising at the present
... - . in
rate in Chicago, none but the weaimy
can indulge in that luxury. Porter
house steak is quoted . at thirty .cents a
pound, sirloin at twenty-five and round
at sixteen cents. It is said prices will
go still higher.
The use of labor-saving machinery is
increasing annually in the South, and
proportionately will the capacity for
nroduction increase. When she is sup
plied with this machinery as she -will
be in due course of time, she will pro
duce, with the same orlesa labor that
she now employes, twice the amount
she now does. There is ho limit to her
capacity, all she needs is the mean?.
While the Republican majority in
Congress was engaged in howling
and flourishing the inevitable shirt on
last Thursday, the grand army post at
Chicago was distributing flowers over
the graves of the 5,000 Confederate
prisoners who died at Camp Douglas
and are buried there. That's the dif
ference between the soldier and the
The Republicans in Congress having
succeeded in counting in two of the
Republican contestants took up . tne
third case yesterday, that of Bisbee
against Finley, from the Second district
of Florida. As the committee has re
ported favorably to Bisbee, Republican,
they will doubtless proceed to seat him
as they did Lynch and Mackey. Oppo
sition on the Democratic side is power
less, since the dead lock was broken,
the Republicans having a majority suf
ficient to carry their measures, and ab
sentees enough drummed in to ensure a
quorum. The whole thing has got to
be a disgusting farce. It would save
time and brine the farce to a close
sooner if they would manage to bring
in all the remaining contested cases and
pass them in a lump.
Party despotism was never more for
cibly illustrated than in the action of
the Republican majority in the House
of Representatives far the contested
election case of Mackey against Dibble
In this case they in utter defiance of
the rules of the House, law and prece
dents exercised the arbitrary power that
a majority gave them and changed the
rules to meet an emergency that they
could not meet under the rules. To
carry out this revolutionary programme
they had to resort to measures that
men less desperate would not have
dared to resort to, and applid the gag as
it never was applied before in that hall.
All the argument, all the appeals and
all the protests of the Democrats were
treated with imperious disdain and
with insulting derision. They trampled
uponjthe rights of the minority, and be
cause they held the power, regardless
of the right overthrew the rules which
held them in check and would
have prevented them from consumma
ting the conspiracy which they, had
planned. The Democrats exhausted
every expedient left to the minoritiy to
prevent the accomplishment of the vil
lainous work until .the rules were sub
verted and they were rendered power
less. The whole proceeding shows how
desperately in earnest the Republicans
are in retaining power, and what few
scruples they have in over-riding law
to carry their point. When Thad Stev-.
ens was reminded that the reconstruct
tion measures were not constitutional!
he boldly exclaimed "No one but ad n
fool would argue that they are con
stitutional. They are extra constitu
tional.'' And this has been the. Repub-
- lican policy at all times never tft let
the constitution nor the laws interfere
with the success of their party -'when
the constitution or the laws stood in
their way. It has been only thus by
the exercise of arbitrary power that the
party has remained in power as long
as it has and it is only thus that it con
tinues to remain in power. When de
feated for the Presidency byTUden they
played a bold and a desperate game,
stole the electoral votes of several
States and counted their man in ; and
as rhey stole a president so will they
DLoiu vwogrfssmen (senators or .any-
The patent medicine business must
be nrofitable in France. The establish
ment known as the "Maison Frere,'
the proprietor of which recently died,
was sold at auction a few days ago for
$2,100;000, and was bought by the widow
of the troprietor. An English com
pany hid bid $1,800,000 for it.
Tke Democratic Protest.
The protest presented by Congress
man Cox in the House of Represents
tives on Monday, when Speaker Keifer
announced his ruling on Mr. Reed's
point of order, is as follows
Whereas, the minority of the House
have heretofore, under the rules of the
House, successfully resisted the efforts
of the majority to consider the case of
Mackey against O'Connor, because a
proper hearing has not been granted to
the contestee bv the committee on elec
tions, as to the allegations of forgery
andfraud in the evidence submitted by
the contestant: and
Whereas, the majority, in order to
prevent and avoid such investigation,
have proceeded to change the rules in a
manner not provided for in the rules,
by which alone they can or ought to be
changed: and . -
Whereas, the Speaker lias made a
ruling which justifies a proceeding un
known to the principles of constitu
tional and parliamentary law and sub
versive of the rights of the minority ;
The undereizned, representatives of
the people, hereby protest against the
proceedine of the majority and the
rulings of the Speaker as unjustifiable,
arbitrary, and revolutionary, ana ex
oresslv designed to deprive the minori
ty of that protection which has been
established as one of the great monu
ments of the representative system of
parliamentary privileges and civil lib
8amuel J Randall, John F House,
Abram S Hewitt, J C S Blackburn,
Dan'l Ermen trout, Jordan E : Craven,
J Fred'k C Talbott, H G Turner,
Quiet Reigns in the House While tne
Republicans Proceed to Bring Con
testant Bisbee, of Florida, to the
Front and Discuss his Claims to a
Stat with Lynch and Mackey.
Washington, June 1st Senate.
The following bills were favorably re
ported, and placed on the calendar:
J3y uoDDins irom me comniuiee u
public buildings, House bill for a pub
lic building at .Lynchburg, Va.
By Ferry, irom tne committee on
post offices, witn tne amendments to
the Senate bill, to provide for a postal
card with flexible covers to conceal the
message written thereon.
The Dill to reimourse me xnuiau
Creek orphan fond was again taken up
and passed after some debate.
Allison reported, from the finance
committee with sundry amendments.
The House bill extending tne .Nation
al bank charters, which, with amend
ments, intended to be proposed oy
Beck. Allison and snerman was or
Logan called up tne army appropria
tion bill and the committee amend
ments, as far as the compulsory retire
ment clause, was read ana agreea io.
This clause makes the retirement of an
officer who has served forty years dis
cretionary with him, but obligatory as
to one who is sixty-two years of age.
It was debated by Bayard, ingaiis and
Butler save notice of an amendment
excepting from compulsory retirement
provision, Generals sherman, Sheridan,
Hancock and Howard.
Maxey, at the close or a speech, in op
position to a claim under discussion
save notice of a motion to fctrike it out
of the bill. Excutive session. Adjourn
Hotjse. Kellv. of Pennsylvania, asfc-
the unanimous consent to submit a re
port from the committee on ways and
means, and Page, of California, from
the committee on commerce desired to
report back the river and harbor ap
propriation bill, but Randall, of .Fenn
svlvania. interposed an objection.
The House tnen proceeded to me con
sideration of the contested election
case, Bisbee against Finley from the
2nd Congressional district oi x lonaa.
Kanney. of Massachusetts, stating mat
he would demand the previous ques
tions at 5 o'clock this afternoon, made
argument in support of the claims of
At the conclusion of Ranney s speech
Beltzhoover. of Pennsylvania, spoke
for two hours in advocacy of the claims
of the sitting member. He was fol
lowed by Jones, of Texas upon the
same side of the question.
At the conclusion of Jones speecn
the previous question was ordered
without division. After a brief speech
bv McMillan, of Tennessee, in opposi
tion to the report of the majority.
Bisbee, the contestant, tooK. tne noor
in bis own Denajr, out oeiore ue nau
concluded his remarks the hour of five
o'clock arrived, and the House took a
recess until 8 o clock.
763; sales 30;
; w comment
Baltix obi Quiet , middling 12 1-16. low mid
dling 11 9-16; good ord'y 10 16. net receipt ;
gross ; sales 260; stock 23,835; exports
coastwise : spinners : xrortB to Srest
Britain -. to continent 499.
B06TOH Quiet; middling 2c; low iciad m
12l&o; Koou ordinal; 11c; ut receipts 55;
gross 778 sales : atock 9 C9o export to
tireat Britain ; to France .
Wilmington Quiet, middling iiftc: low mid
lng 113 16c. good ordinary 10 516c: recelp s
-: cross ; sales ; stock 1.784: exnons
coastwise ; to Great Britain ; to
Philadelphia Dui 1 : unaanK 12tee low
middling 12c; rfood ordinary lie: net roe ots
6 gross 32; sales ; k 17,260; ex
ports Great Britain ; to conn Dent .
Savannah-Q de t, middling llSUc; low mid
dling llMtc; good ordinary GV' net receipts
137; gross 137, sales sou; stock 8,761;
exports coastwise ; to Ureat Britain
to France ; to continent .
New Oblxans Quiet; middling 12c, low mid
dling llc; good ordinary 1114c; net receipts
139; stubs 149, sains z.i'OU stock 9U.494
export to Great BriUUn ; to France ;
coastwise ; to continent ; to chan
M'BiLk-Quiet; middling llc; low mtddlbw
llgfec; good ordinary 1 Oc; net receipts 509;
gross 509. sales 100. stock 6,635: exports
eoarn 368; France ; to Great Britain
to continent .
MmrPHia Quiet, middling 11?; low mid
dling HVtc; good ordinary 103ic: net receipts
46: gross ; solpments 1,155; sales :
Augusta Dull ; middling lift; low mid
dling UVfec; good ordinary lOl&c; rejelpu 6;
smpmenu ; sales 159
Niw TOBK-Flrm; sales 1,163; middling uplands
12 1 16c; middling Orleans 12 5-1 6c; consoli
dated net receipts 2,361; exports to Great Britain
1,274 to Franee 793; to continent 936; to
LrrxHFooLr-Noon Fair demand freely met at
previous prices; middling uplands 6d; middling
Orleans 613-16J; sales 12.000; speculation and
exports 2,000; receipts 8,700; American 4,700
Uplands low middling clause: June delivery
636-64d; June and July 6 36-A4d; July and
August 6 40 64d36 4 l-64df26 40-64d: August and
September 6 45 64d; September and October ;
October and Novrmber 6 28-64d; November and
December . Futures steany.
Liverpool -5 P. M. Sales of American cotton
7,350 bales. Uplands low middling clause: June
delivery 6 37-64d; June and July 6 87-64d; July
and August ; August and September ;
September and October ; October and
KevemDer . Futures dull but steady.
Niw York Net receipts ; gross .
Futures closed Arm; sales 96.000 bales.
August 1223. 24
November 11.359 87
February 11.609 62
WE INVITE ATTENTION
r-TO OUR STOCK OF-
IB OCOOT uJHD JISlOIEa,
FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
Invite all to give us a call and satisfy themselves of the truth of ourasserUons. w at wants 01 00111 clt and country trade
A. IS. SASIEM BRO
- ' grugs aufl ffleflictttes.
FRESH MINERAL WATER
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received, at
; DrlHMdensDri Store
g ABA TOGA "Y'ICHY,
From Saratoga Springs, N. T. A new water re
sembling the imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid; cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Morn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsia.
CASKS CONGRESS WATXB,
I Q CASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
1 A CASIS BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
WK HAVE STOPPED SELLING AT COST. BUT OFFXB GOODS AT
SUCH ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES
Tha the Public cannot Perceive the Difference. A beautiful stock of
Govern menu In egular
Four and a half per cunts
Fmr tier cents,
State bof ids Tennessee mixed ik
lower, rest unchanged
Sub-treasury balances - Goid
Stucks Weak and y.9 1 lower than yesterday
Morgan B Wise,
L C Latham,
H A Herbert,
G W Hewitt,
J S Hoblitzeli,
William S Holmar,
G H Oury.
Martin L Clardy,
M E Post.
P B Thompson, Jr, R F Armfleld,
John B Clark, Jr. Clement Dowd,
Oliver Welborn, And others.
Fined $1,000 for Libelling; Senator
Philadelphia, June 1st. The libel
suit of Senator McPherson against J u
lius Chambers, correspondent of the
New York Herald, was brought to trial
to-day. The complaint was against an
article in the New York Herald in
which Senator McPherson was said to
be a stockholder in Shipherd's Peruvian
company. When Senator McPherson
concluded his direct testimony, the
counsel for Chambers said they were
satisfied the article was untrue, so far
as it referred to McPherson, that it was
published in good faith, but that Cham
bers had been deceived by his inform
ant. At this point James B. Mantrop, the
man from whom Chambers received
his information, and who was at that
time confined in the Eastern peniten
tiary interjected, "I deny it."
Chambers was the only witness for
the defence; He testified that he had
visited Mantrop in jail, at a suggestion
from the Herald office, taking with him
a letter which Mantrop had written to
Congressman Belmont, offering to'
make disclosures. Chambers said he
supposed-what he had written was to
be used before .the House foreign af
fairs committee in4he Shipberd inves
tigation; Phe jury found a verdict of
guuty. wan a recommendation to mer
cy. Judge' Biddle imposed a fine of
one thousand dollars. The fine was
Immediately paid. :
, , Killed by Indians.
Tombstone. Arizona.1 June l. The
-bodies of two woodchopperd, Seymour
Dej and Harry Curry were brought
hereto-day from Dragon Mountains
where they were killed" yesterday by
.Indians An'-JBye-zwitness states that
the men were on aloadof hay and were
unarmed. The Indianf rpde up behind,
shot th$nj dead, unharnessed the horses
and drove them off. There were 8 In
dians in th party, and they! were head-
ing-for SonoraiMeX' They were doubt-
Highway Robbery in Craven.
We learn from a passenger on the
train last night that a highway robbery
was committed m this county near .fo
yer Sunday morning.
It appears that a tramp had been ta
ken up in Lenoir county and carried
before a justice, nnea two dollars and
sent across the line to Craven. In pay
ing the fine he displayed a roll of mon
eyfifteen or sixteen dollars, mostly in
one dollar bills and after getting into
Craven county he was overtaken
along the road, severely beaten and
thrown into a ditch for dead.
Suspicion rested on one J.T.Sugg,
colored, who ran when the constable
went to arrest him: the constable tired
on him twice without effect. Mr. J. D.
Sutton ran him for about half a mile,
and overtaking him an encounter en
sued in which Sugg was badly cut. He
win oe seni aown ior tnai in iew
Washington. June 1. For the Mid
dle Atlantic States, fair weather, west
erly to southerly winds, higher barom
eter, stationary or slight fall in temper
For the South Atlantic States, local
rams, followed by clearing weather.
Chair Factory Burned.
Tkoy, N. Y June 1. The Seymour
chair company's factory, at West Troy,
was burned to-day. Loss S8o,000: in
Alabama Claxs A. 2 to
Alaltama Class A, Rmal1
Ala! tama Class B, fi's
Alabama Class C. 4's.
Chicago and Northwestern
Chicago and Northwestern preferred,
Louisville and Nashville
Nasb'llle a id Chattanoogn
New York Central
Richmond and Allegheny
Richmond and Danville
South Carolina Brown Consols,
Wabash, St. Lout Pnrtno,
Wabash. St Louis & Pacific preferr'd
Hnnyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BIST NATURAL APXREKNT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Don: A wine glass full before breakfast
Tfie Zvonoet "Hunjrtidl Janos. Baron Lleblc af
firms that its richness In aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters."
The Britith Medical Journal "Hnnyadi Janos.
The most agreeable, sal jst, and most efficacious
Pro. Vtrefuxe, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof. Bamberger, Vienna "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Scanzoni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander Brunton, M. D., T. R. 8., London.
"more pleasant man lis rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy."
Prof. Atken, M. D.. F. S. B Boral Military Hos
pital, ruetiey. "treierrea to .ruiina and frted-richshalL"
win aai BM Xmtm ta
Parlor & Chamber Unite.
We have added to our &to:k a full line of
We have added ta our stock a full line of
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
North Tryon St., - CHABLOTTX, N. C
Cents' Cassimere Suits,
don't go to Saratoga "WHITE VESTS -A-HSTID DUSTERS.
The debt statement Issued to day shows the de
crease In the amount of the public debt during the
May to be 3 10.375,441. 19
Cash in the Trrasiuy, 242,103.768.5
uoid certincates outstanding 5,1155.420.00
Silver certificates outstanding.. . . 6fi,738,220.00
Certlfkxtes of deposit outstand'g. 12,530.000 00
ueiunamg certincates outstand g, 41 0.ooU.UU
Legal lenders outstanding. ... 346,681016.00
Fractional currency outstanding, 7.04U.508 77
Cah balance available 141.441.876.69
Horford' Acid Phosphate In Ijlver
and Kidney Trouble.
Dr O O CTLLIY, Boston says: "I have used It
very extensively, and with the most remarkable
success In dyspepsia and In all cases where there
Is derang ment or tne liver and Kidaeys."
Bright' Disease, Diabetes.
Beware of the stuff that pretends to cure these
diseases or other serious Kidney, Urinary or Liver
Diseases, as they only relieve ior a time and
makes you ten times wose Kite wards, but rely
solely on Hop Bitters, the only remedy that will
surely and permanently cure you. It destroys and
removes tne cause 01 disease so effectually that it
thing else necessary to retain the mwiI0811 .Carlos agency.
er they now ho d. - '
One thing is remarkable; in connec
tion with these proceedings, and thai is
the thorough taceord that! ittp4f5
kwocu uie awuwaris anq pun jizczom,
who went into caucus and tpiiWdtb: '
gether m if there never had beit tile
at all thi 1a' nnfc ' aln.rU niifiMmmA 1 InceUris Trr to Barn a Citr.
' tli " trrtlAA In nmwulllAn iiw
in solid line all took ft hand WlfitfiBfiM'Jffl'Wft
a. t i4 1 tbft lame time fiy incendiaries to burn
Talt, acting. fionnty chairman of the
Rerubllca2r'Darty- in Charleston, was
arrested to-dsymtder Che State law for
intlmidatingwhlte and colored voters
during registration yesterday, and was
neia to vm m fivf
m mm mm mm m . ' m J m
6 cneu neaas in toe soatrn are lontta to
.,t :ct;iid to keep tbm ini wslicoijiJd
lng reopli fff fttktd toi loin In the
tnorement to orerthrow tbo Oeinoera-!
ioi4tfjcyf wblch has battled f Hr the popl,
- I S for the conitltoiloal d m law
whilst fcblf lUtolutUjsary lUtmblicftn
party was oppressing the one and rutb
lmf trampling upon ih oihm,
. waboutstox. aunt 'iy-TDe nate
outer at Nswbern, N, C. -i . n ... ,
today OHflrmd John
, Ht rrilalf Hhi C9mp1t
mt ml i4flf and
MARKETS BT TELEGRAPH
JUNK 1, 1882.
WrLmHSToN Spirits Tur oentlne nrm. at 40c.
Bosin quiet, SI 6il for strained; $1.65 for good
strained. Tar steady, at 81.50. Corn dull;
prime white 9U: mixed U2.
Baltimobs noon Kloui uuletand unchanged:
Howard street and Western super $4 25S4.60;
extra J47685.75; family 86.O0a87.75; City
MU!s,8upern.f)Ute4.75; extra S5 00tt7.8U; Bio
brands 357 25a7.tt7 : FtaDsco lamllr 8. Wheat
Southern nominal in the absence ot receipts;
western opened easier and closed better: boutn-
ernrsd 8l.863Sl.89; amber 81. 40S8 144: No 1
Maryland 81.411 asked; No. 2 western winter
red spot. 8l.36r2S1.36Vfe. Corn Southern higher
for white and lower for yellow; Western stronger
and dun; southern wnite VI; southern yellow
Balttkobb NiGHT--Oat8. dull and nominal:
Boutnern Wwod; wiern white 6lrJ63: mixed
60adl; Pennsylvania 60S63. Provisions
firm; mess pork, old 820 00; new J2 LOO. Bulk
meats shoulders and clear rib sides, packed
9 3) 1 2 Bacon - shoulders 10 ; dear n b sides
ias: nams lbVtaio. Lrd renned rzvt.
Coffee firm; Bio cargoes trdlnary to fair Hlgfi-
vH- ousar- quiet; a son vm- woiskei quiet,
at i.juttin.ai. rreignts unenftngeo.
Chicago -Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat
active, firm and higher: No. 2 Chicago spring
l.zooiyi.zo ior rasn; 3i.zot2&i.B4W tor Juiy;
or regular wneat newruie option ai.ia ior July.
Corn unsettled and generally higher, at 70M for
cash: 70MS)70U for June: 71ifafi)711a for July.
O-ts moderately ac lve and higher, at 48tfe for
casn, June and Juiy rore unsf ttied and gener
ally higher, at 8 1 8.50 for cash and June. $ie.62ft
(Cxi h 5 ior juit. Lara - unsettled anu lower, at
811 20forcaob; 811.209811 22V4 for June; for
i i.titU9ii isiVi ior Juir. bwk meats steady
and In fair demand; shoulders 8H.00; short ribs
811.15; short clear $11 75. Whisker higher, at
New Yohk Southern flour, steady, fair lnaulrr:
common to fair extra S5.U5SS6.75, good to
choice extra 88.8US88 25. Wheat-cash lots
waic lower, but subsequently recovered from the
decline and advanced ityflllc, .and closing unr,
at a tnno oeiow tne nignest points: ungrtdea
KnHno Ci'l In mtnra. imirniHaH Q 1 t 7 1 ATI .
No. 2 red, June SI.4S4faf2SL45. Corn opened
VU8)l9 lower, but afterwards recovered the decline
m r.A mAwmviMkA Utftll1i an1 Mlr.1.v Asm n r eSkA rx.
HIU ttUtfHlVtM "f t alt UIIU VltDlitf U1UI CM tAAV UUV
side rates; ungraded 75S80: No. 2. June 7 70)79.
OaU-ffillichlgher;No.8,57. Hops ?ry flrm
and demand moderate; Yearlings 18S2R. Coffee
dull, weak and prices unchanged: Bio cargoes
SViStlOVt; Job loU gVk&llVfe. Sugar-duU and
rather easlerj fair to good refining quoted at
7 6-1 6a7Vi; Beflned about steady: Standard A 9Uu
Molasses-uncharged and demand light. Bice
steady and fair inquiry. Bosin dull and weak, at
$2 26ffi82 27U- Turpentine 42ft asked Wool
flrm and trade quiet; Domestic fleece 82046;
Texas ibowz- rone-opened a made lower and
elo ad strong with the dec.lne recovered: old mess
pot Quoted at 819251 ow 820.20ffi8u25; July
9v snsi Middies-quiet and strong; long
lilt. Lard-opened about uo lower and
ly recovered 1 1
weak, but ubneanemi:
Uo lower am
rom the decline
and advanoed 2vnao and oioslns stmig and mora
mm tiin spct sii oviaBii
ngnis mi Mmr
tl.naUASI l.flai. 'JTrt
fcrt dulL Oottofl, par . steam
wneat 9i staan nomuiai.
CITY COTTON MABKXT.
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CHAKLOTTX, JUQ6 2, 1882. I
The market yoHterdar closed dull at the fol
Good Middling. 11
Strictly middling ilk
Strict low middling. H&
Low middling iiu
Btorm cotton .' 7Q9Vi
Bales yesterday 70 bales.
Notice to Delinquent Tax Pavers.
I WILL BELL FOB CASH at the COURT HOUSE
in Charlotte, on MONDAY the 5th DAY of
JUNK, 1884, beginning at 11 o'clock a m , the
following desert Deo property real estate- to satis
fy executions In my hands hr taxes due the city
of Charlotte, N. C. :
One lot. the property of J. K. Cassadv. situated
In square 190, on Smith street, adjoining T. Grier
One lot. the property of Mrs. S. A. Chambers.
situated In square 1 C4, on corner of Graham and
8rd streets, adjoining A. B. Schenck and others.
one lot, the property oi Mrs M J. Collier, sltuat
ed in square 62, on Poplar street, between 8th
and wn streets.
Two lots, the property of W. M. Crowell. sltuat
ed in square 107, on S and 6th streets.
One fraction of a lot. the propeitr of Mrs. Martha
Flaunlgan, situated in square 151, on Church
One lot. the property of Fanny Gordon, wife of
J. W. Gordon, being 1119. In square 104, on Gra
ham street, adjoining T. H. Lomax.
Two lots, the property ot Mrs. J. M. Howie, situ
ated In square 58, on the corner of 7th street and
To lots, the property of Jeff Hagler. situated
In square 80, on 1st street, adjoining J. McLaugu-
lin, being lots OU4 ana ouo.
One fraction oi a lot, the property of Thos.
Holly, situated tn squra 104, on Graham street,
adjoining w. Holly and A B Sehenek.
One fraction of a lot. the property of Frank
Horah, adjoining John T Schenck.
Two lots, the prope ty of Mrs. Jane A. Hand,
situated In square 2, corner Tryon and 5th streets.
one lot, tne proi erty or J as. uoicomoe, situated
In square 1 . adjoining Albert Torre nee and others.
one tot, tne proper y or jap. u. uunter, situated
on C street, in Ward 2.
Two lots, the property et Jas. r. Davidson, situ
ated In square 22 1, on 1 lth street, adjoining Mrs.
M. M. Phlfer.
One lot. the property of w. EL Howser. situated
In square 1 1 1, corner old Boundary and B street.
one traction oi a lot, tne property oi Mrs. Mary
J. bodgers, situated in t-quare 66, fronting on ,8th
One fraction of a lot. the property of Aosun
Springs, situated in square 1 14, on B street, ad
joining W. HosKlns.
one lot. tne property oi sirs u s junian. situatea
In square 63. on Poplar street, adjoining W Beiry
hlll and others.
One lot the property ci David Kisuer. situated
In square 158, adjoining S M Howell, and others.
Two lots, the property of Mrs Elizabeth Lentlle.
tltuated In square 96, orner of C and 7th streets.
two lots, the property oi v J ucuowan, situated
in square 46, corner B and Hrd streets
une tot. the property oi jonn Mcuonneirs estate
situated in ?o.uare 60. on Tryon street, adjoining
the Lutbersn church and others.
Two lota, the property oluu Maxwell, situated
la fqaare 65, Irontli.g on Graham and Pine
One lot. the properly of Wm Johnston, situated
In rqtttre 149, on Hi i street
une lot. the property oi jcomiam rous. situated
in square 7tt, 1st street being lot 693.
une lot. the property or w l uuery. situated in
square 93, corner B aud 8th street.
One lot. the property of w J Wl ey, situated In
square dr), on Pine street, adjoining A Berryhlll
One lot. the nroDeitr of Isaac Wallace, situated
la square 147, on Hill street, adjoining Alex. Alli
One lot. the nronertv of Jan PetheL sltnatMl in
square 81, College street, adjoining W W Over
man anu outers.
One lot the orooertv of Florence Bald, on Mint
street. In Ward 8.
vne tot, ins property of Isaac Beid. situated in
square 71, on 2ndstre-t, adjoining Levi Spencer.
Une lot. the Drone rtv of Marsraret BAid. on Mint
street, an joining J T febenck. In Ward 8.
-One lot, tke property of J H Bavllle, situated In
Ward No. 1-.
Two fraction lots, tha property of FMBhelton,
In square 15. ou 61h street.
One lot, the property of B N Smith, situated In
qu ire 91, corner 7 th and C street.
Two lots the property of Dr, Wm Sloan, sltuat
ed la square 25, corner Tryon and 2d street
- On lot the property ot Rebecca Taylor, situated
in wara j adjoining eims a White s laonerr.
ikb toil, ine property ot uray
a wwo o, va oouvn Houoasry.
When you can get water just as fresh and spark
ling as when It flows from the spring at Saratoga.
We receive this water In large block tin reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. J. EL MCA DIN,
Druggist and Chemist
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and oompetent druggists, day or night
You will find a choice and complete stock of
PUBE I FRESH DUIGS,
Colden's, Leibigs Liquid Extract
ALSO A LARGS LINK OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Such as Scarfs, Ties, Suspenders. Gloves and Silk Handkerchiefs. Ladles' Dress Goods and Parasols
W CLOSING OUT AT REDUCED PRICES.
E LIS fe COHEN,
IlIASONIO TEMPI. E BUILDING.
Statesville, !N". C,
BEEF Ud TONIC INVIGORATOR.
cigars 1 TOBACCO,
THE FINEST SELECTION In the CITY,
Deluding the famous LA PARSPA brand of Cigars
Chemicals and Toilet Melts,
an assortment, and everything generally kept In a
first class Drug Store. Special attention given to
Physicians' Prescriptions day and night Satis
GIVE MB A CALL.
Corner Trade and College Street
ESTEY, ROSED ALE,
Steinway, Webber, Decker Bro's,
HAINES and GATE CITY
THE MOST FAVORABLE TEH MS AND IN COMPETITION WITH
JOBBERS IN THE COUNTBT. THEY WILL. BE 6fAD TO
QUOTE PBICES TO THE TRADE.
AMERICA STILL FURTHER AHEAD)
THE BEST THREAD FoaSEWUIOMACHIliES.'
Awarded all the Honors at the
J Toole, situated
One lot. the nronan or Anne C Walkar. altnfttad
In Ward ii. on monewali stiwet, adjololug nantel
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NEW YORK PIANOS. It Is conceded, lead the
World. I am agent for all the celebrated New
fork makes and SELL THEM AT FACTORY
Do not be fooled by flashy advertisements,
but give me a trial be
fore you buy and I will
show you that I can
distance all competi
tors, both in price and
terms. All I ask li a
trial and this ean cost
yon nothing, while It
may be the mean of
saving yon a great deal
In an instrument
V Organs always in stock either to sell or
rent Call on or address
Lock Box 274, JNO. & EDDIN8,
Charlotte. N. a
OAT MXaL, ORANGES by the box, at
S. M. HOWELL'S.
International Cotton Exposition 1881,
"THE BEST THREAD for
v MA GHINE and HAND SEWING?
Two Gold Medals and the Grand Prize.
For Sale to the Trade by
I J. Roessler & Co., Charlotte, N. C.
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- r -"NOTICE!
CITY TAXES FOB Till YB A It 1880.
A LliMiMni rmqmu tn too attr of Charlotte
rfVlit t a rwii rati and an wnwntt. fewiw
$mt tm iHfwfii fh wa orauvt tmlrn 1
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HUGH W. HARKIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,; ;
Offloe on Trade street nearly opposite Court House,
OllARLOTTE, N. O
Dicliard A. Spricg u
" ffomattr of Chart otta, N. 0,1
TBE MOST ELEGANT
BAR iflD BILLIARD ROOM,
'-?t "i vX8 IN CHARLOTTE
uZAVJWSit door below the Centra.
WINlat anT fSXrrX aueet where me iu--
1 . ,T,.uQUORa ean always be fouod.