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DA I LY CHARLOTTE OBSERVER: SATURDAY, J TJMllO, 1 8 8 2.
CU AS. R. JONES, Editor and Prop'tor.
InniD AT TBM POBT-Omd AT CHABUJTPB.
. C. AS 8BOOHTCLASS hatto.1
SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1882.
WHAT THE SOUTH PAYS FOR
We clip the following paragraph
from the Atlanta Constitution :
It has been ascertained thatlth6
South has thia season paid to the North
$ 55,000,000 for wheat, 850,000,000 for
corn, $72,000,000 for meats and about
$25,000,000 for hay, butter, cheese, oats,
apples, potatoes, etc. The North, in
other words, draws on us for about
$200,000,000 a year to liquidate bills that
should not have been made. This sum
is more than we can afford to pay for
bread and meat if we wholly depend
upon cotton. This drain has impover
ished lis, and from bitter experience we
have at last learned to do better. The
North will not next season be able to
take from us over $100,000,000 on ac
count of provisions and grain, and a
year later the South should be fully
self-sustaining. It must be done if
there is to be any real independence in
These figures are startling, and the
comments of the Constitution perti
nent. It is a poor commentary on the
management of Southern farmers that
this monstrously large sum, or that any
sum at all, should be paid to Northern
farmers for the bread and meat we eat.
It is the grossest folly that it should be
so, blessed as we are with a climate and
soil favorable to the raising of any of the
necessaries of life, not only sufficient
for home consumption, but with little
effort leaving a large' surplus for ex
port. The drought of last summer was
a blessing in disguise, for it taught our
planters the necessity of abandoning
the old habit of confining themselves
to cotton exclusively, and the conse
quence is such a diversified crop as was
never before planted In the South, and
an abundance such as was never before
seen. From all sections in the South
comes the gratifying intelligence of
abundant grain crops, in some sections
greater in quantity than for several
years previous combined. From our
own State the reports are. uniformly,
good, and her grain crop will be by all
odds the largest and finest ever raised
within her bonders.
One point is established by this be
yond question, and that is that the South
can.ln addition to a large cotton crop,
also raise without difficulty, Toot only
enough but more than enough of grain
to supply all her home demands
without paying one dollar to Northern
farmers. We doubt whether there is a
State North or South of us that can
show such a luxuriant growth of grain
as this State can exhibit this year. Oats
and wheat from four to six feet high
and rye from six to seven feet are so
common that they have ceased to ex
cite comment, while the heads are full
and large in proportion. There is a
farm but a short distance from this city,
the property of Mr. J W. Wads worth.
where the reapers followed by forty
harvesters are cutting down fields of
oats of astonishing growth, and which
look as if they would yield from sixty
to seventy-five bushels to the acre,
while adjoining them are fields of wheat
of equal luxuriance,, whichare waiting
for the reaper and will yield forty bush
els if not more to the acre. The corn
en this farm is also magnificent In all
it is one of the most abradant crops
we ever beheld. No man after looking
upon such a sight will ever permit him
self to think that this is not a grain
country. It is a grain country, if men
will only do for themselves one-half
that nature has done, and cultivate as
they ought to cultivate. These fields to
which we have just referred, now bear
ing their golden harvests, we are told
but a few years ago was land below the
average grade, and has been bronghVto
its present: fertility by the judicious
use of home-made fertilizers and good
common sense management, the result
of which can be seen on every side
from the luxuriant grass to the teeming
fields of grain, and flourishing fields of
corn." Here has been' demonstrated
what Mecklenburg soil can do when
given the attention that any farmer
should give the land which he under
takes to cultivate.
Southern agriculture is progressing
and we are gratified at the conviction
that the day is passing, if it has not
already passed.when the suicidal policy
will be continued of raising cotton to
buy bread and meat which we can raise
in greater abundance and at less cost
than the Northern farmer upon whom
we have been heretofore dependent for
them to such a great extent. When
this day comes then will the South be
strong indeed, and really independent.
a barrel in
THE CUT AND DRIED ARRANGE
The "liberal anti-prohibition" con
vention which met in Raleigh Wednes
day did not have much work to do, for
the business was settled before the
"delegates met. Some of the more un
sophisticated from the Democratic side
had an idea that they ought to nomi
nate an ex-Democrat for Congressman-at-largerbut
Dr. Mott and his crowd in
sisted, as they all along intended to in
sist, that they must nominate not only
a Republican but such a Republican as
the Republican convention could en
dorse. The ex-Democratic delegates who
were not inside the wire-pulling circle,
seeing it was useless to resist, surren
dered finally after casting twenty-five
lonesome votes for Mr. Price, to one
hundred and twenty-five for Mr. Dock
ery. As a soothei to their wounded
feelings they were allowed to name the
candidate for the Supreme Court and
Colonel Folk went through without
opposition. Of course the Republicans
had to make some show of dividing the
offices and having gotten the Congress-man-at-large
they could not well refuse
their allies the judgeship, especially as
they succeeded in naming four out of
six of the candidates for Inferior Court
judges. If the Republican bosses had
had exclusive control of the conven
tion they could not have managed it to
suit them better than they did without
taking all the offices, which might have
broken up the alliance.
The next step in this farce will be the
endorsement by the Republican con
vention, which meets in Raleigh next
Wednesday, 14th inst., in accordance
with the programme arranged by Dr.
Mott and his co-workers. There will
be some show of opposition, no doubt,
by the anti-Mott element, but it will be
powerless to defeat the revenue crowd
which has successfully manipulated the
the business ur to the present
stage. The Mott-Johnston combina
tion is now fairly in the field, soon the
brass band will begin to play and the
performance will begin. When Man
ager Mott stirs up the animals there
will be fun for the sovereigns.
THE SENATE CONTINUES THE
JAPANESE INDEMNITY BILL.
Mr. Owen Printiss, city editor of the
Nashville Herald, was arrested Thurs
day night on a charge of having two
wives. One wife is about as many as
the average editor can take care of these
In the list of tariff commissioners as
published in Tjie Observer, the name
of Judge L W. N. Underwood, of Geor
gia, should take the place of that of Mr.
Chestnut, of South Carolina, who Is
not on the commission.
The following from the Raleigh
Chronicle, find ). Is to the point: "It is
well enough for the leaders of the Re
publican party to profess love for the
negro but then, why not vote for him
when he runs for an office?
- m-.m s
A few weeks ago the Boston Commer
cial Bulletin gave a full and complete
list of the cotton factories in the South,
showing the total number of new spin
dles there In 1S80-8 1 to be 361,000, pre
senting, with twenty-fivei per cent, for
operating capital, a total investment of
$1214,000. v ;
Philadelphia Record: Is this an edi
tor ?w Yes, a New Orleans editor. Why
does he not Bit down ? ; lie,.- is a "man
of honor," who in an "affair of honor'
has been shot in the seat of honor. Is
he avenged?. Oh! yes; he is avenged;
but the other man is able to sit down
with more satisfaction.
Mr. Brady's lawyer said that Mr.
iftaay aid not nave time to supervise
the details of his office, and some of the
.wrecked Star-routers may have swin
died the Government without his
knowledge. This might do, for the want
of a better excuse, but for the fact that
Mr.,Brady always had time to look after
the details of every election in Indiana ;
and the fact that he never neglected any
of the details id any of the close dis
tricts has been certified to by President
Arthur. Mr. Brady has not the figure
for an innocent lamb.
Potatoes are quoted at
It is thought CongreaMwill Jjorn 'S.W ,fewd!1
!twem the 15th of Wahd 'tfcwf ' SS
Out of 350 cases of small-pox in the
the town of South Bethlehem, Pa , there
were 119 deaths.
The Italian residents of Richmond
will hold funeral ceremonies in honor
of Garibaldi Sunday afternoon. 's '- :
The population of Chicago s inpreas
ing. The St. Louis gamblers who found
the Missouri laws disagreeable to oper
ate under are flocking thither.
Gen. Robert Toombjs, of Georgia, and
wife are in precarious health. The
General fs and biswife 6$ yeafsj "pi
age, and bot are mujch beloved. ) S
The Oregon Republicans now claim a
majority7 of one or two on joint ballot
in the Jiteglslatuiewhich f true will
put a Republican in place of Grover in
Periiam, Minn., June 9. John Trib-
Detts(aboy) who murdered YVasnins
ton and Freeback, a few days ago, was
brought here yesterday and examined
before a justice. Towards night the
propriety of lynching him was freely
j: il 1. j - . .
uiauuaatju uui no decision was arrived
at. ADout 1 o clock this morning 20
resoiuie men c-roKe into jail and with
great difficulty broke open his cell and
seized mm, uie ternned Doy saying:
"Don't boys; this is too rough." The
lynchers carried him to the railroad
track, a few rods away, rested a ladder
against a telegraph pole, looped one end
of the rope around his neck and throw
ing it over a, round of the ladder hoisted
lie was dead in a few moments.
crowd back with
drawn revolvers and as soon as the
.work was done scattered in all direc
tions. Tnbbetta was only 17 years old
He made a full confession last night.
He laughed at the crowd that met him
yesterday morning, but became de
pressed at night. The lynchers will
probably not suffer for their crime.
The Honse Proceeds With the Legisla
tive, Judicial and Executive Appro
priation Bill, While the Sub-Commit-.
tees Fix up the Arrangements for
Stealing Some More Seats From the
Washington, June 9ih. Senate.
The bills introduced and referred bv
Jonas, of La , supplementary to the acts
incorporating the Texas aud Pacific
Railroad company and lor other pur
poses, and amendatory thereof, identi
cal with the bill introduced by Repre
sentative Ellis on the 5th inst.
A bill passed providing for the settle
ment of accounts with the Mobile and
Van Wyck introduced the following
resolution : Resolved, That in consider
ing the question "will the Senate advise
and consent to the nomination" of the
persons named by the President to be
members of the tariff commission, and
that rule 66 be suspended so that said
question shall be considered in open
session and not with closed doors.
McMillen reserved a point of order on
the resolution which was laid over till
The Senate soon after two o clock
took up as unfinished business the
Japanese indemnity fund bill.
During the debate Morgan in charge
of the bill construed an inquiry by
Cockrell as an insinuation that he was
interested in securing the payment of
the money to Japan through the hands
of third parties. He said that those to
whom his character was known under
stood perfectly well he was not the
pimp of any lobby, nor did he allow
a lobbyist to come and whisper in his
ear calumnies against his colleagues.
He would have regarded the inquiry
as an insult had he not known that the
Senator who propounded it was indulg
ing a suspicion that was unworthy of
Morgan then explained that this sus
picion had been tongued repeatedly in
the debate, that ne naa inquired into it,
and had even gone to the Japanese
minister to noo u there were anv
grounds for it and was satisfied there
were none. Me had no doubt that lob
byists had been at work but he charg
ed that they were those who had de
termined that none of the money
should be paid to Japan unless thev
had a hand in it, and unless riders
were put upon the bill.
Cockrell disclaimed having imputed
any impropriety to Morgan, and ex
pressed, surprise that that Senator
should become so exceedingly sensitive
wnen assea a igiumate and pertinent
question. He explained that his in
quiry had been based upon a statement
made to him by a reputable gentleman.
that an attorney in Washington had
been employed by Japan to represent
that government in connection with
this legislation. He did not complain
of this, but if a reputable gentleman
had been employed he was disposed to
regard the bill more favorably on that
Morgan said the charge d'affaires of
the Japanese government was the only
representative of that government of
whom hehad knowledge in the premises.
Sherman thought that whether at
torneys were emploved or not was en
tirely immaterial. He believed there
was no deliberative body in the world
freer from lobbying influence than the
Senate of the United States, and when
outside influences were intruded their
effort was almost invariably to injure
the cause they represented. He then
discussed the merits of the bill urging
mat Buuject to ue ultimately disposed
of in some positive manner. After
further remarks by Messrs. Maxev.
Bayard and Windom, the bill was laid
aside without action, and the Senate,
at 4:20, after a short executive session.
aujourneu unm Monday.
house. immediately after the read
ing of the journal the House went into
a committee of the whole. Robinsnn.
of Mass., In the chair.
On the legislative, executive and in
dicial appropriation bill, all general de
bate being limited to an hour and a half.
Joyce, ot Vermont, confined hi r-
marks to the consideration of the ten
sion policy of the government, advoca
ting me system or pensioning those
men who were disabled in the military
and naval service of the United states
and opposing any proposition to repeal
the arrears of the pension act.
me suu-committee ot the House
committee on elections having in
charge the South Carolina contested
election case of Small against Tillman.
uaa ueciuea mat numan, the sitting
member, was not elected. The status
of Small's claim has not yet been fully
determined. The sub-corn tnittaa
pect to report this case to the full com
mittee at the regular meeting Tuesday
next. The COncludini? arff-iimAnta in
the South Carolina contested eler.Mnn
case of Lee against Richardson will be
heard by me second sub-committee to
morrow. On Mondav next th find-. mh.
committee will hear the flpal argument
in the Alabama contest or Strobach
A bill was read by sections for
amendments, and a long discussion en
sued upon a proposition to equalize the
salaries of House and Senate employes
by reduction in salaries of the latter.
The proposition was agreed to by a
vote of 68 to 3.
After finishing the consideration of
40 of the 100 pages of the bill the com
Robinson, of New York, presented a
petition from Septimia R. Meikleham,
asking that the remains rtf Thomas
Jefferson be removed from Virginia to
Washington . for interment and that a
monument be there erected to his mem
The Housp, at 4:30 took a recess until
7:30, the evening session to be for the
consideration of the pension bill.
51 for cash: 4444 for July Porkun ttled
anl r?L1Ja3lwr' 20.37tte$20.6 for
cash; $20 453820 47 for July. Jbnrd-iroder-aely
acqi and higher, at $1 1.871611.4 for
Bu.k meats-la fair demand; shoulders
SaCO; short ribs Sll 80; short dear $11.1)0.
Whiskey-quiet, at 81.16.
CnrcOTAn-Flow.Qulet; family S5.8EaS5.90;
fancy $6 8oS7.25. Wheat-scarce and firm:
No. 2 red winter, 1.88$1.85. Com -dull and
lower; No. 2 mixed, 76. Oats-heavy ; No. 2
mixed, 6314. Pork- strong and higher, at S20 60
Lard dull, at 81 1.85. Bulk meats-strong and
higher; shoulder S8.75; clear rib $11. 75. Baeon
-strong and higher; shoulders $9 75; clear rib
812,75; clear Sl8 60. Whiskey-firm, at $1.14:
combination sales of finished goods 530 barrels
on a basis ot $1.14. 8ugr quiet and steaiy:
hards 1081 U New Orleans 7Vfe88t. Hogs
weak; common and light $5,900)6.90; packing
and butchers $7.40S$.20.
Galvbstoh Steady; middling Uc; low mid
dling lH&c: good ordinary lie; net receipts
47; gross 47; sales 75: stock 10,131; ex-
porta coastwise ; to Great Britain ; to
continent ; to France ; to channel
Weekly - net receipts
392; exports coastwise
; to continent
90; gross 600; sales
598; to Great Britain
; France ; to chan-
Noktoijc Steady, mlddllm- 11 c; net receipts
604, gross 604; stock 16,793. exports eout
wim ; sales ; exports to Great Britain
; to continent .
Weekly net receipts 2.636; gross 2,696; sales
1,804; coastwise 2,012; Great Britain ;
channel ; continent ; France .
Balttmor -Steady mtu'g 12 3-1 6c, low mid
dling 11 1 1-16; good ord'y 10 11-lfle: netrec'ts2;
gross 568. sales 450; stock 23 630; exports
ooastwise ; spinners ; exports to ttreat
Britain ; to continent .
Weekly net receipts 4; gross 1.935; sales
1.850; spinners 900; exports Great Britain
; coastwise 150: continent 1,207.
Boston -Quiet; middling 12o; low middling
12c; good ordinary HUjc; net receipts 811;
gross 482: sates : slock 9.100; exports to
Sreat Britain ; to France .
Weekly net receipts 2 358; gross 8,933; sales
; exports to Great Britain 1,138.
Wilmington - Steady; middling 1 lc; low mid
lng 11316c; good ordinary 10 5 16c; receipts
4; gross 4; sales ; stock 1,561; exports
coastwise ; to Great Britain ; to
Weekly net receipts 105: gross 106; exports
coastwise 292; to Great Britain ; to con
Philadklfhia Steady ; middling 120. low
middling 1 2c: good ordinary 11c; net receipts
225; gross 263; sales ; swtk ; ex
ports Great Britain ; So continent .
Weekly net receipts 2,162; gross 3.036; sales
; spinners ; coastwise ; continent ;
to Great Britain 1,800; stock 11,09a
Satajthah-Quiet; middling lle; low mid
dling llVc; Kood ordinary 10c; net receipts
183; gross 251; sales 250; stock 7.647;
exports coastwise ; to Great Britain ;
to France : to continent .
Weekly net receipts 1,634; gross 1.602; sales
900; exports to Great Britain : France
; coastwise 2 475; continent .
Nxw Oblxaxs -Steady; mld'ng 12ic. low mid
dling lte; good ordinary llc; net receipts
141; gross 603: sales 4,360; stock 86,777.
exports to Great Britain ; to France ;
coastwise ; to continent ; to chan;
Weekly net receipts 2X18; gross 3,476;
sales 14.000; exports Great Britain 8.500; chan
nel ; coastwise 1,019: France 4,580; conti
MfBru -Firm; middling 12j; low middling
llc: good ordinary 11c; net receipts 344;
(rtss 344; sales 60; stock 5,578. exports
eoast ; France ; to Great Britain ;
to continent .
Weekly net receipts 933; gross 939; sales
2,000; exports to Great Britain ; coastwise
1,697; France ; ontinent .
Memphis - Firm, middling 12c; low mid
dling llffec; good ordinary 1044c; net reouia
85: gross 85; shipments 352: sales 650;
Weekly net receipts 420;
ments 6,475; sales 4.660.
gross 477; ship-
AueusTA-Qul t; middling lUfrc; low mid;
dllng UVtc: ood ordinary lOtte; receipt 19;
shipments 293; sales 35.
Weekly net receipts 153;
sales 524; spinners ; stock
CHARLgarroH - Quiet; middling 12; low mid
dling il ic; gomi ordinary HUc; net receipts
139; gross 139 sales 50:
export onantwlse , to Great
to continent ; to France
WH INVITE ATTENTION
WE INVITE ATTENTION
-TO OUR STOCK OF 1
FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
Which is now fall and complete. We keep the best Goods made, will sell them at the innut rwa.iM
Our otock Embraces a full lini
We invite all to give us a call
le of Goods of all grades, and otTarioul ity lei aid price! beg wiu adanted to fh .?aa satisfaction to all purchasers
and satisfy themselves of the truth of ouT assertions. adapted to the wants of both the city and countrT
A. 33. RAHnKIKT t BRO
Richmond and Allegheny l ftu
Richmond and Danville 93
Rock Island 1.29
South Carolina Brown Consols l 00
Wabash, uu ixraia raanc. 2494
W abash. St Louis ft Pacific preferr'd 46
Western Union 81
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Officb of Tax Obskbtxb, I
Chaklottb, June 10, 1882.
The market yesterday closed steady at the fol
Hood JUddllng. 12
atrictly middling, 11
Strict low middling. ntj
Low middling. 118-16
Storm cotton bQlVt
ESCKIPT3 FOB THB WSEX KNDKD FRIDAY, 9th.
WK HAVE STOPPED SELLING AT COST, BUT OFFER GOODS AT
SUCH ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES
Tha the Public cannot Perceive the Difference. A beautiful stock of
Total bales 158
ff rugs and gtedictnes.
. . apr2
Both Foreign and Domestie,
Just Received, at
DrJlMcAdens Drop: Store
g ABA TOGA yiCHY,
From Saratoga Springs. N. Y. A new water re
sembling the Imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid; cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Wafer, ,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsia.
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
Q CASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
ALL KIXBI mW
a toll uaa m
Parlor ft Chamber Suits.
IE KIP IK JESS
Hunyadi Janos Waters.
We have added to our stock a full line of
We have added to our stock a full line of
Cents' Cassimere Suits,
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
WHITE VESTS JJSTID IDTTSTIEIRS.
ALSO A LARGE LINE OF
Since beet baa run ;,pp , , to such high
figures the Philadelphia Record advises
people to go to eating.f rogisy and when
they did that the iiext' thing in : order
would be a eorneron frogs.- ; ; '
The lady land-leauera Cleaveiand
tion to Bishop Gilmour'i order prohibit
ing them from Attending meetings of
Senator Hill Arrives at Home and is
Atlanta, Ga., June 9. Senator Hill
arrived from Eureka Springs to-day at
a quarter to two O'clock. He was met
at tne train by an immense throng of
people. There was no demonstration
owing to the Senator's critical condi
tion. He was placed in a carriage and
cuuveyeu 10 nis nome, ana as the carri
age passed through i the crowd,, heads
were uncovered as a mark of respect.
' -- ? ,
Washington, June 9. Middle At
lantic oiates local rains with Dartlv
cloudy weather, stationary or a slight
iau in temneraturp. wAntAriv winWa
shif ting to south and east, stationary or
houth Atlantic local rains east, frt
SOUth Winds, stationary
. J . W J & 1 V AOQ
ii Wrature in the northern portion.
Dugub iioem urometer. , ?
To Keep Eggs the Y ear Round.
About a year ago the Prarie Farmr
contained a receipe for keeping eggs a
lung ume. n was simpiy to pack them
in a cool place, small end down, in kegs
and boxes filled with fine.lv
dried earth or common road dnsr. nr
sifted coal ashes. These settled d nwn
between the eggs. keDt from access tn
the air, and preventing evaporation of
the whites or spoiling the yolk. The
experiment was tried last June before
the intensely hot weather that succeed
ed. : On taking the eggs out of the
packing a few days ago they were as
fresh and clean-looking as if fresh laid.
On testing them for the table they
could not be told from fresh ones.
Weekly net receipts 1,12ft; gross 1,126; sales
900; ooastwise ; continent ; Great
Britain 2,291 ; to France .
Nkw York- Quiet; sales 1 .41 3 ;mldng uplands
lzutc. miaauug orieans rzw. consolidated
net receipts ; exports to Great Britain
; to France ; to continent ; to
Weekly net recel.ts 1.1M; gross 11.299; ex
ports to Great Britain 9.6H3; France 772: con
tinent 4.141; sales 20,395; stock 243.834; to
Montgomery looddem'd: middling 1H4; low
middling llic; good ordinary lOVfec; receipts 60;
shipments 447; stock, present year, 8,292;
stock, last y-ar, 1,521; sales 447.
Macon Quiet; middling lUfec; low middling
lltfec; good ordinary 10lc; receipts 104; sales
247: stock, present year 4,567; sock last year,
1,363; shipments 147.
CoLUMBUs-Qulet: middling 1 Use: low middling
llUic; good ordinary lOc; receipts 15; ship
ments rt4; sales ; spinners ; stock
5,867; exports to Great Britain .
Nashville Firm; middling lHc; low mld
11c; good middling 10tc; net receipts 38;
shipments 769; sales 973; spinners 200;
stock, present year, 6,684; stock, last year,
Port Royal. S. C Weekly net receipts 15;
stock 1,500: exports to Great Britain ; coast
wise ; to continent ; sales .
Providknck. b. I. Weekly net receints :
stock 6,500; sales 600.
Selma, Ala. Dull; middling lltkc. Weekly
receipts 223; shipments 530; stock, present
Bovx, Ga. Quiet; middling lltfcc; low mid
dllng 1 1 Vic; good ordinary 10ic Weekly receipts
24; shipments 43; stock 1,022.
OOMPABATIVS COTTON STATDDtNT.
Net receipts at aU United States ports
during week 14.978
Same wek last year 29,309
Total receipts to this date 4.546.099
Same date last year 5,549,275
Ki ports for the week 84,072
Same week last year 49, 82
Total exports to this date 8,258,196
Same date last year 4,1 68,8 1 4
Stock at all United States t orts. 429,1 9(1
Same time last year 431,084
Siock at all interior towns 43,428
Same Ume last year 54,143
8tock at Liverpool 998.000
Same 11 me last year 909.000
Stock of American afloat for Great
Same time last ye r 149,000
LrvxBFOoir -Noon Stead r; middling uplands
6id; middling Orleans 6 i5-16d; sales 15,000;
speculation and exports 8,000: receipts 14.000;
American 4,200 uplands low middling elause:
June delivery 6 45-64d6 44-64d; June and July
6 45 64dS6 44-6 Id; July and August 6 46-64d;
August and September 6 49 64d; September and
October rt 44 6 id; October and November ;
November and December 6 29 644. Futures
Liverpool 5 P. M Pales of American cotton
10.600 bales. Uplands low middling clause: June
delivery ; June and July ;
July and August 6 45-64d; August and Septem
ber 6 48 64d; September and October 6 4S-64d;
October and NovemDer 6 82 64d; Novembgr and
Decemrr ; December and January .
Futures closed barely steady.
Sales for the week P4.000
Speculation 1 1 ,000
Actual exports 11,000
Forwarded from ships' sides
LIVERPOOL COTTON CIRCULAR.
This week's circular of the- LIverprol Cotton
Brokers' Association, says: "Cotton has been in
good demand and prices have generally advanced.
American m ia mgner. except ordinary, which is
unchar ged. Sea island was in Improved request
and prices were very firm. Futures were very ac
tive, June and July Advanced Vfed and other posi
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Don. A wine glass toll before breakfast.
The ancs "Hnnyadl Janos. Baron Llebig af
firms that its richness in aperient salts surpasses
that oi an otner Known waters."
The British Medical Journal "Hunyadi Janos.
The most agreeable, safMt, and most efficacious
Prof. TvrefuM, Berlin. 'Invariably good and
nromDt success: most valuable."
Prqf. Bamberger, Vienna "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. 8eamoni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander BrwUcm, M. D., F. R. &, London.
"More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
them in efficacy."
Prof. Atken. m. D.. F. R. a.. Roval Military Hos
pital, Netley. 'Preferred to Pullna and Frted-
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Such as Scarfs, Ties, Suspenders, Gloves and Silk Handkerchiefs. Ladles' Dress Goods and Parasols
W CLOSING OUT AT REDUCED PRICES.
ITIASONIC TEtTlPLB BUILDING.
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
North Tryon St., - - CHARLOTTE, N.
Honest poverty' ls,ndt one of ' ;the re
commendations to promotion in Colora
do poliUcftv "'AcootUnz to dni oi t the
editors out therernhe poor ,tnan,in 'poli
tics is d--d barren ideality." tuvuiu
!. Ml ltl ' ' ' t:'
darwas, struck &p&iptfflt&fX.Jt
publican politicians were served in this)
wonld toe done bv airm .
Alexandria, Va,, August 4, 1881.
? ?;.,Warner Co-: 8,r8-1 nave used your
cafe Kidney and Liver Care in my practice as a
physician, ar,d l:i every case I find It works like a
cbarm- Kev. B. F. forter.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Appealed to the Supreme Court.
u NATcnETT, Miss., June 9. Appeals
have been taken in the case of James
Woods and ji Benjamin FletcherJ Con-i
ylcted of murder and sentenced to be
hanged to-day. The cases go to the
Supreme Court for rehearing. .
Wilmington, Trfn6 ft.&The Republi
can convention held at ilizabethtown
yesterday nominated W. P. Canaday
for !representaHte; of the Third ICon
gresslonal district. 1
II Nearly- Dead
Sfter taking some blgb'y ported up k tuff with long
tstimontals, turn to Hop Bitters, and have to fri
ot any Kidney of Urinoary Troubles, Blights' Lis-;
lbibMe tor Ltvet Complaint These at-1
SJ!2 "nH rUt the curative power of Hop Blt
tbMides it is the best family medicine on
JUNE 9, 1882
WiLMiNQTON-Splrlts Turpentine fum. at 42c
Rosin firm, S 1.65 for strained; 81.60 for good
strained. Tar firm, at 81 65. Cora-tetidi-prime
white 95; mixed 92. '
Baltimore noon Flour steady and ouiet:
nowaro street and Western super 83 508460:
ri-v owo.uuj Tamuy85.8587.00; City I
Minn, mrm, Kn(lt rrc. .! or JAl. n' I
Bio brands $7 25887.87. Wheat SoSthem
Quiet; Western easier; Southern rd 81.85a81.H8;
amber 81.40S8l.48; No. I Maryland 81.40-
5, No- 2 Western winter red spot, SI 40
1.4014. Corn Southern steady: Western nomi
nal; Southern white 98; Southern yellow 86.
Balttmobb night- Oats, quiet; Southern
600)62; Western white 59VI962; mixed 580)59;
Pennsylvania 80882. Provisions- strong; mess
pork, S20.25882l.00. Bulk meats-shoulders
and clear rib sides, packed 9al2fe Bacon
shoulders 10; clear rb sides 18; hams 161
816. Lard refined 12. Coffee dull; Rio
cargoes -crJlnary to fate 8t89Mi Sutmr- quiet:
A soft 9. Whtftkev Quiet, at $1.20881.21.
Freights easier and doll. f ..
. Chicago -Hoar auiet and unchanged. Wheat
oUve and lower; No. 2 Chicago spring; 82Vi8-
tor easn; vi.usior iune 91-00 ror duty.
Corn unsettled and irregolar, at 89 for cash
Niw Yomt Net receipts 128; gross
j mures cioseu sic any; sales 80,000 bales.
August- 12 268.27
September 1 1.98897
Sovemments- generally unchanged
Four and a halt per cents,
Four per cents,
State bonds Inactive
Bub-treasury balances Gold-. ...
' !...",' .i "., Currency,
BivcxsWeak and Irregular and eloslng strong)
Al&bama-Class A,2 to5 . :1 801
Alaiama Class A, small.
AWKuna ciass b, n's ..
Chicago and Northwestern preferred.
Li&Ke enore. . . : :-r.
Louisville and NashvWe.'.
MemnhlJ an J CbarlMlon.
Nashnils and Chattanooga
New YorkCentm.i.2....v '
D01TT GO TO SARATOGA
When you can get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as when it nows rrom tne spring at Danuoga.
We receive this water In laree block tin reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. J. h. aioaujln, i
muggiai ano igneous.
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night
tatesville, !N". C,
THE Best 5c and 10c Cigars.
R. a JORDAN & CO.,
may26 Druggists, Tryon street.
CITY TAXES FOR THB YEAR 18SS2.
A LL nersons resldine In the city of Charlotte
A liable to a Poll Tax, and all persons, bodies
politic and comporate, who own or have control of
taxable property in the city on the first of June,
1882, are hereby notified to return to me, at my
office In said city, on or before the last day of June
1 wS'jr h iit nf tliAlr taiRhla nronertv and noils.
By authority of an ordinance of the Board of
Aldermen, adopted May 15th, 1882. hi pursuance
of section 80 of the city charter.
FRKD NASH, Clerk and Treas.
ON THE ITIOST FAVORABLE TERMS AND IN COMPETITION WITH ANY
JOBBERS IN THE COUNTRY. THEY WILL, BE GLAD TO
QUOTE PRICES TO THE TRADE.
marl 8 ly .
AMERICA STILL FURTHER AHEAD!
Steinway, Webber, Decker Bro's,
HAINES and GATS CITT
THE BESTTHREADforSEVING MACHINES)
Awarded all tlie Honors at the
International Cotton Exposition, 1881,
NEW YOBK PIANOS, it is conceded, lead the
World. I am agent for all the celebrated New
York makes and SELL THSM AT FACTORY
Do not be fooled by flasby advertisements,
but give me a trial be
fore you buy and I will
show you that I can
distance all eompett- ?
tors, both in price and Jt
terms. All I ask is a
trial and this en eost
you nothing, while It
may be the mean or
saving you a great deal
In an instrument
"THE BEST THREAD for
MACHINE and HAND SEWING."
Two Gold Medals and the Grand Prize.
For Sale to the Trade "by
J. Roessler & Co., Charlotte, N. Cv
Organs always In stock either to sell or
ion or address
Lock Box 274,
JNO. R EDDIN8.
Charlotte, N. C
OLD POINT COMFORT,
situated lOO yaixls from Fort Konroe. ' Open ell
the year. Xqual to any hotel tn the 17. B. Bw
roandlDgs wnaarpaaaeo. Bathlnc boaOns;, flshtDST
and drlvms peeU01y ttractlve. Pro-emlneoU
resort for twuthern people. Term leMforeqoal
ecoommodabons than any resort In tneeoancry.
Climate tree from Mai arts: and lor Insomnia troly
wonderful in 1U oporlfle effect : tod lor droular
, . , .-i -t.-ii l.i Jl? .. i.
HUGH W. HARRIS,
ATTOMEY AT LAW,
Offlce on Trade straet; heart opposite Court Bouse,
ClIABLOTTE, N. C.
- maya dewtr "
j ITonnertyofCharfotte, K. ttl
ATTOEITET, OpmrSELLOB at LAW,
AH eotreepocideoM will flTf Mte&ttoa
THE MOST ELEGANT
BAH: AND BILLIARD ROOM.
. XTXB IN CHARLOTTE
Hai, S.Sif ums aoor oeiow tne wcmjai
w r Cid,n w0".T,r'on 'reet where the pntest
KENDRICg & BIXB Y
z, .,:-4..j.f iii.f m it vt
and JuMittffceyfcqnJuly. ots-tdy, a ,
u.lti 1 t.