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D AIL Y, C H A R L Q T T E OBSERVER; SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 18812.
CIIAS. R JONES, Editor and Prop'tor
HTXKD AT TOT POBT-OmOl AT CHABLOTTB
. C. AH 800HD-CLASB MATTB3.1
SUNDAY, JUNE 11. 1882.
A writer in one of the Georgia papers
who ha3 traveled much in the State
says the farmers are solid for "Little
Alex and hia skillet''
Major Burke, editor of the New, Or
leans Times-Democrat, who was shot
in a duel recently was originally from
Pennsylvania and was a stone mason.
Keely, the motor man, has at last de
cided to divulge his "secret," but only
to one. The lucky individual is Mr
Boekel, an expert Philadelphia ma
chinist. Subscriptions are being taken up in
Danville, Va., to aid the Patrick county
sufferers, who are bordering on starva
tion and whose condition is represented
to be wretched. v
Mr. Henry W. Grady, of the Atlanta
Constitution, is winning much more
fame by declining to run for congress
man at large from Georgia, than he
ever could win by running and being
Richmond State: The Whig rejoices
over the defeat of the Democracy in
Oregon, as it will secure another Sena
tor in Congress to the Republicans : and
yet these Mahonites say they are good
Democrats! Hades is paved, curbed
and guttered with just such Democrats.
An English surgeon steps to the front
andassert3 that the time is coming
when people's stomachs can be taken
out, overhauled, Gxed up all right and
put back again in good running order.
There may be some consolation to dys
peptics in this. -
The actor Florence is too considerate
to succeed in politics. He has with
drawn his application for a. consulship
because he says "some poor devil will
have to be turned out if I get the place."
Office seekers like Florence are few
and far between.
Many petitions are being sent to the
President for the pardon of Guiteau
At a recent meeting of doctors in New
York the question was discussed
whether he ought to be hanged, and it
was asserted that amajority of the phy
sicians in the country believed him in
sane. It seems that the same course was
pursued in the Federal court at Ral
eigh in the trial of the political cases
from Halifax, as was pursued in Char
leston, the prosecution standing aside
jurors without assigning any reason for
objection. This was a new departure
and one to which the counsel for the
defense very reasonably objected.
The tariff commission appointed by
the President is looked upon by anti-
protectionists as a packed commission
in the interest of protection. It is said
that all the Democratic Senators, with
the exception of Brown, of Georgia, and
Jonas, of Louisiana, will vote against
confirmation, two Republicans voting
with them, which will make the con
firmation depend upon the votes of
President pro tern. Davis and Mahone.
The Republican majority in Congress
seem bent on giving the contested seats
in every case to the Republican contest
ants, and are certainly playing a bold
and unscrupulous game in so doing. It
will be a victory however which will
result in but little real benefit to the
Republican party, for there is not a dis
trict so robbed that will not, when the
opportunity presents itself, return a
Democrat in place of the one unseated,
and they will do it next time by ma
jorities that will not be questioned.
Mr. Daniel Bond, secretary of the
Bridal and National Gift society, head
quarters at Brownsville, Tenn, sends
a request to act as agent for that con
cern in drumming up business, with the
assuranca of a profit of $25 to 050 a day
to be made by an active agent. But a
little while ago we received a similar
invitation from another concern with
an offer of 75 per cent, on all moneys
raked in through our agency. Once for
all we most positively, unequivocally
and emphatically decline these flatter
ing inducements. We don't want to
get rich so fast. From $25 to $50 a day
is more good luck than we could stand
in a lump. We are satisfied with less,
earned in a less questionable way.
NOT A RED CENT.
Mr. C. M. Quarterman is a postmaster
at Darien Ga. Some time ago he re
ceived the notice served upon federal
officeholders by the Republican Congres
sional Committee at Washington,
a copy of which was published in the
Observes recently, calling upon them
for assessments for political purposes,
to which he made the following reply:
Darien Postoffice, Georgia, )
May 31, 1882. )
D.B. Henderson, Esq, Secretary Na
tional Republican Congressional Com
mittee, Washington :
Sir: Your communication addressed
in behalf of the Republican organiza
tion for the protection of the interests
of the Republican party, and requesting
the remittance of $22 as my assessment
toward the fund to be employed for
rendering -impossible the restoration
of the-Democratic party to the control
of the Government, has -been received,
and in reply I would state that although
I have for some time past been filling
the postoffice, acting for the bondsman
for the deceased postmaster Jand reason
ably supposed by foreigners to be act
ing in truefldelity to the first above
named famous organization, yet, with
pride and transcendent glory permit me
to inform your oi ganization that I am
one exception to the rule, as my record
- shows beyond all controversy that I am
part and parcel of that noble band known
as Democrats, whose colors shine with
lustre and beauty all over this broad
land,, and of whose future glorious
things are spoken and will be realized
without this tax upon its officeholders.
Trusting this brief explanation will
suffice, I close with the statement- that
whereever therights and '4riviliges of
this great country are usurped by a Re
publican administration, official robbery
and depredation are the inevitable re
sult, but where Democracy smiles and
sheds her silvery rays, peace, harmony,
prosperity, civilization, and all coveted
blessings- are -enjoyed.-Very respect
fully. CM. QCABTERMAN.
P. SI No Henderson, I Will not con-
- tribute a red cent to the bribery fund.
I am not that kind of a Democrat- My
. whole desire U to see your party defeat
. ed by an overwhelming majority.
No lady or gentleman need gutter long wlUr
czema, tetter; ring worm, oi an titsny? rough
drf waly tun duae for Dr. "C WB&wou't
Skin Core la a perfect and ieliaMe'remedy for all
,Uo diseases. s Sold by all druggist at Siper
THE TAIL TO THE KITE. .
The so-called "liberal anti-prohibition
party "if it may be called a party, which
has neither body nor head, is nothing
more nor less than a tail to the Radical
kite which Dr. .Mott and Tom Cooper
are flying. The tail, we admit, is a very
necessary appendage of the kite, but if
not large enough to balance properly
the kite will have a rough time trying
to sail and would be much better off
without any tail at all. This is about
the way it will turn out with the tail
that Dr. Mott and Col. Johnston have
fixed up, it will be worse than no tail at
all for there ain't enough of it to an
swer the purposes of .a tail. But is a
tail nevertheless of the bobtail genus.
It played a tail part at Raleigh last
Wednesday when Dr. Mott, Cooper,
Ike Young and the balance of the reve
nue men walked into the convention
and picked out the candidate for con
gressman at large and told the liberals
"they had to support him," and the tail
again when they picked out four out of
the six candidates for judges of the
Superior court and told they had to sup
port them ; the tail again when to con
ciliate the colored element the Republi
can managers picked out certain color-
ored Radical politicians and put them
on as vice-presidents, secretaries and
members of the committee on resolu
tions. How utterly insignificant a tail
it is was shown when Col. Dockery was
nominated , for congressman-at-large
and the tail could only muster twenty-
five poor, lonesome votes for the bril
liant Mr. Price who stumped the State
in behalf of the people whose "liberties
were imperilled" last summer. To have
given the tail some show of importance
the Republican kite flyers might at least
have given the great champion of popu
lar rights a complimentary vote, espe
cially when they held the game in their
own hands and the nomination of their
own man was an assured fact. But
they didn't do this ; they just gave the
kite a jerk and brought the little bob
tail in with a flirt.
So cavalierly was the thing managed
that the tail appendage has become ab
solutely ridiculous, and no amount of
whereases, nor resolves, with white and
colored signatures can raise it above
the level of the ridiculous. Had the
managers of the tail part of the concern
refused the tail part assigned them in
the arrangement with Mott, Cooper &
Co., maintained their own individuali
ty, they might have retained the con
fidence of some of the people who act
ed with them in the campain last sum
mer, and made their power felt in the
coming canvass, but as a simple tail to
be dragged about by a wabbling kite it
loses all its importance and becomes a
WILL NOT ACCEPT.
The Wilmington Star and the Re
view are both authorized to say that
Mr. F. H. Darby, who was nominated
by the Mott-Johnston convention, last
Wednesday for Superior Court judge of
the Fourth district, will not accept. As
it is somewhat difficult to find Demo
crats to accept these doubtful honors,
the managers will have to drum around
for another candidate, whom they will
find no doubt inside of the Republican
wigwam, The Republican convention
which meets next Wednesday will find
one to fill the place and our "lib
eral" Democratic friends will have five
Republican judges to vote for, or six
Republicans out of the eight candi
dates named. Wonder hwo they like the
A note from Davidson College states
that they are expecting a great crowd
at commencement. It is thought that
this commencement will eclipse all its
predecessors. Wednesday night is to be
the gala night as far as literary enjoy
ment is concerned. The "Phi" Society
will be represented by R. L. Ryburn, T.
P. Burgess, R. W. Culburtson. The
"Eu" by L. W. Dick, A. C. Dick and W,
Mack in the contest for the Fowle
medal for oratory. After this the fol
lowing medals will be presented to the
"Phi" debater's medal, R M McKay;
essayist medal, E N Smith ; declaimer's
medal, S F Telfair.
"Eu" debater's medal, C Fraser; ora
tor's medal, T Morris; declaimer's me
dal, C S Bratton.
Col Hardeman s well known reputa
tion no doubt will draw a fine crowd on
The band will be composed in a great
degree of the Yorktown band, led by
me meeting or tne alumni associa
tion will be held Wednesday at 3 p m
At 8 o'clock p nr., the anniversary of the
Literary Societies will be celebrated,
Thursday, 15th, the commencement
exercises begin at 11 a m.
Central. Miss C J Pattison, Mrs
W J Pattison, W Pattison, Pass Chris
tian, La; Dr J W Huckabee, N C; B N
Wilkinson, -Montgomery, Ala; G L
Connor, wife and child, Cokesbury, S C ;
HS Jenkins, Wilmington; H C Dun-
lap, JnoT Savage, Georgia; E Stern,
Baltimore ; Pride Jones, N C ; Mrs M B
Smith, Miss C Smith, Anson ville, N C ;
E C Holt, Graham, N C; Carlos Nudd,
Providence, RI; Thos B Hill, N Y; G
S Houston, S A Gregg, J B Fo wle, J D
Brown, A C Dick, T P Burgess, Wm
Macks, TG Anderson, Davidson Col
lege; RR Hay ward, Baltimore; R D
Abernethy, Charleston; Miss M V
Capers, Miss E G Teer, Raleigh; Jos
Garrard, Kentucky ; G F McRae, W F
Pate, Trinity College; Chas M Hep
burn, Cincinnati ; Jno F Early, Nash
ville, Tenn; Ernest Tate, Mt Island; C
N Vance, W H Justice, R T Beck, Dr T
C Smith, A Burwell, N C; J McLaurin,
Bennetteville, S C ; R G Reynolds, Rich
mond; W M Den witt, Memphis; S C
Scofield, R R Bellaney, Davidson Col
Charlotte Hotel J F Buchanan,
Atlanta, Ga; JR Whitesides, eounty;
WXBoUclc,Pineville; Mrs ML Souter,
Columbia; R A Brady. Davidson Col
lege P Mull, Charleston ; N Kunkell,
Washington, D C ; C K Martin, Tampa,
Florida; J G Norton, Baton Rouge, La ;
W W Day, Little Rock, Ark; JD
Strock, Westfield Connecticut; W W
Garrison,; Wilmington; T N Shedd,
Abingdon, Va ; Geo W Brown, Knox-
ville. Tenn ; Capt J C Wis well, Arling
ton Guarantee Gold Mining Company;
F W Gosman, Capps Hill Gold Mine ; G
K Granger, St. Louis ; A Smith, Gari
baldi, N CiHjenry TealJackson Ky ;
H A Bason,A.T & OiR-Biv Geo W
Setzer, Lowell, N CjRH Adams, Gasto-
JUNE COTTON CROP REPORT.
A Redaction in Acreage and General
Washington, June 10. The June
crop report of the department of Agri
culture represents the entire area of
1,561 ot tne principal counties or the
Uuited States and includes all but a
small fraction of the breadth of the
prominent crops. The area in cotton
is two and seven-tenths pef cent, less
than in 1881. Texas makes an increase
and also the small cotton district of
South-east Virginia. All other States
return some loss of area. The largest
deficiency is in the States bordering on
the Mississippi river wnere planting m
the overflowed districts was not entire
un tne nrsc or j une a comparison
with last year's average is:
Virginia, 10.7 per cent.; JNortn Caroli
na, 99 ; South Carolina 98 ; Georgia 95 ;
Florida 99; Alabama 96; Mississippi
95; Louisiana 94; Texas 10.5; Arkansas
94; Tennessee 97.
The average condition or tne entire
cotton area indicates a depreciation of
11 per cent, from perfect healthfulness
and average growth. It is represented
by 89. The June condition of the pre
vious crop was 93 ; it was 99 of the fine
crop of 1880. It is better than last year
only in South Carolina and Texas. The
cause or tne depreciated condition is
mainly that the temperature is too low
In every State there was destruction
of plants by frost. There was also too
much rain for a healthful growth. Both
causes made necessary replanting in
some counties of one-fourth of the
acreage. Instances are reported of two
or three successive replantings and the
replacement was still progressing. The
condition is best in Florida worst In
in Tennessee, JNortn (jaronna ana
Arkansas it is much lower than in the
Gulf coast States. The averages of con
dition are as follows :
Virginia 70; North Carolina 83;
South Carolina 92 ; Georgia 89 ; Florida
97 ; Alabama 95 ; Mississippi 88 ; Louis
iana 90 ; Texas 93 ; Arkansas 85; Ten
The stand is not so good as usual and
is an element of the reported depreciation-
Cool wet weather causes slow
growth and unthrifty appearance, fa
voring lice and rust and the prevalence
of "sore skin."
A large number of returns say that
with the recent fine weather cotton is
improving and gives some assurance
of a better report in July.
IN THE HOUSE.
The Day Spent Considering the Execu
tive; ijeguiuure sou juuiusi j-inium
House Immediatelv after the read
ing of the Journal the House went inte
committee or the whole, Mr. rtoDinson,
of Massachusetts, in the chair, and re
sumed consideration of the legislative,
executive and judicial appropriation
The entire day was spent in commit
tee. After consideration of 80 of the
100 pages of the bill the committee rose
and the House, at 5.05, adjourned.
The attempt to make the Democratic
party responsible as a party for the pro
hibition movement in North Carolina
will fail most egregiously for many
reasons, we oner rour:
First, of the seventeen members of
the Legislature who voted against the
Prohibition bill, ten were Democrats.
Second, a large majority of the Demo
crats in the State voted against the bill
at the polls.
Third, there were dozens or liepuDii-
can leaders and thousands of the rank
and file who voted for prohibition.
Fourth, the Republicans do not hesi
tate to nominate for office men who
were not onlv onen advocates of Drohi-
bition, but who were active and earnest
Raleigh, June 10. In the United
States Court yesterday Dempsey Bry
ant, Jr., and J. H. Bel J, who were found
guilty in tne riaiitax election case.
were each hned $ooo. The Jinneia elec
tion cases were continued.
FBKKMAN'S HILLS, I
Guilford eounty, N. C, May 9th. 1879. !
Mbs. Jox Person: -
Madam My son, 20 years old, has had the
Scrofula eight years - tried going to the Springs.
and treatment under several doctors, but la no bet
ter. Now, It you can cure him, send me some
medicine, if not, do not send any. I do not wish
to kill the boy giving him everything that Is ad
vertised, but am willing to pay for what will do
good. Tou have no idea how many different things
we have tried, iuuy, iuuy, none did any good is the
reason l write so plainly. 1 am
very iruiy. j. w. ikjskhim.
Of course the Remedy waa sent.
FBEEMAN'd MILLS, I
GuWordlcounty, N. C, May 2d, 1882. 1
Mas. Jox Fxbson:
Madam -I commenced using your Remedy two
years ago on my son. He waa twenty years old.
had oeen amiciea wun Beroiuia eight years, had
been treated by several physicians, and snent one
season at the Alum Springs In Virginia. Nothing
did him much good. He was very much reduced
in flesh and looked badly, with poor appetite, and
seven frightful running seres on his neck. After
using i our remedy awhile his strength increased.
his appetite, eompiexien and general health were
much unproved, but the flow of corruption contin
ued ior some ume. first tne swelling t egan to
decrease until It nearly reached the sores, then
they began to heal, and have not discharged In
eighteen months, and are entirely welL As a
blood Purifier and Tonic It is the best I ever tried.
II has been worth Its weight in gold to my son.
He Is looking well, and his health Is good. I know
it to oe an you claim ior it wishing you great
success, ana wun many tnanxs ior the Denent we
nave received irom your remedy, i am,
very truly, J. w. if be KM AN.
I am prepared to PROVE that I have discovered
the vegetable antidote for Scrofulous taint or Im
purity of the b'ood an antidote which will expel
the disease from the system, thus rendering it the
best blood purifier known As a Tonic ana alter
ative It is highly recommended. Infallible for
bcrofula, Eruptions, and all diseases arising from
Impurity of the blood. I have sold 4.000 bottles.
and never received one unfavorable report For
sale and lndoised by the Druggists of North Caro
lina. 8end for circular containing testimonials of
woHderful cures these testimonials come, not
from the far West or the Territories, but from weU
Known citizens oi mis mate, ask your Druggists
ior my remeay, ana ior iunner lniormaaon ad
dress mbs. JOB PERSON,
mayl9 tf Franklin ton. N. C.
If Nearly- Dead
after taking some higb'y puffed up fctuff . with long
testimonials, turn to Hop Bitters, and have no fear
of any Kidney or Urinuary Troubles, BrightB' Dis
ease, Diabetes or Liver Complaint These dis
eases cannot resist the curative power of Hop Bit
ters; besides it Is the best family medicine on
AROMATIC Schiedam Schnapps, for sale by
R. H. JORDAN fc CO..
TNSECT Powder v. Ill destroy all kinds of Insects,
jl ior saie uy
B. H. JORDAN & CO .
junlO Tryon street
CONSTAN TINE'S Persian Healing Pine Tar,
Buchan's Carbolic Toilet and disinfecting.
uienn s ouipnur ana cuncura soaps.
li. IX. JOKDA.N a CO..
A FRESH SUPPLY
rPARRANT'd Seifzr Aperient, Iodia, Bromidla,
-A- tiocuu a vuruuu, aa jusi rtceiveu oy
R. H. JORDAN & CO..
junlO Tryon street
CUBKB Cigarettes and
Louge's Plugs, for sale
H. JORDAN & CO..
WE HAVE A FULL
OTOCK of English Tooth and Hair Brushes.
O R. H. JORDAN & CO.
QRYbTAL Soap and Sopollo, for sale by
a H. JORDAN & CO.,
JonlO . Dragghta
T7IRU1T PRESERVATIVE Is the best and Cheap- '
Jb est.. . iuu suyiMj m --.
B, H. JORDAN ft CCS,
.,Tryon, street ;
IlvKntib call the Sinner How.
Come down chCdien when I blow my t orn,
I'm a callln' j ou home In de early mo . ;
Send your wagons down dls way,
And haul home an ORGAN for to play.
And we won't charge de signer's any ton.
Come plant your feet on de high-toned rocks
And put your money in a music box;
When you get dar you'll hear Mc call
Come right In dar's ORGANS for alL
And we don't charga de sinners any toll.
Must either coma or write within the nnvt. aixtv
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
JUNE 10, 1882
Wilmington Spirits Turpentine nim. at 4-c
Rosin firm, $1.67Vb for strained; $l.t)2lfe for good
strained. Tar firm, at $1.65. Corn stewlj;
prime white 99; mixed 93.
Baltihobs noon Flour unchanged and aulet:
Howard street and Western suner SH 50ftiU.f0:
extra 84.75$!) 00; family $5 85ffi$7.0O; city
Mills, super 8rl.oUS$4.75; extra $6.oOS$7 80;
Rio brands $7 2587.37. Wheat Southern
steady and aulet: Western lower and dull: south
ern red S1.86S1.38; amber 1.4(iS1.4H; No 1
Maryland o-a; no. & western winter red
spot, Juae SI 38Vfe3$l.39; July $1.22&fe$ 1. 22 Via;
August ana September 81.1710)81.171. Corn-
Southern steady: Western lower and active;
Southern white 93; Southern yeUow 860)80
Baltihobb night- -Oats, dull: Southern
6062;. Western white 61362; mixed 68S59:
Pennsylvania 60(262. Provisions quiet; mess
pork, S2U.25QD82l.50. Bulk meats -shuuiders
and clear rib sides, packed 10Uii2aSk. Bacon -
shoulders 11; clear rib sides 13; hams 151A-
16. Lard refined 12. MBuw steady: Rio
cargoes ordinary to fair J8to9Vfc Sugar-quiet;
a son Whiskey dull, at SI. 20128 1.21.
Freights unchanged. '
GALVB3T0H-Quiet: tuldd.lng 113fcc: low mid
dling llt&c; good ordinary 11c; net receipts
136: cross 186; sales 130: stock 10.131: ex
ports ooastwtse 136; to Great Britain ; to
continent ; to France ; to channel
Nobfolk Steady, middling 11 Sic: net recelDti
626: gross 626; stock 16,674. exports eotut
wise 745: sales 8C6: exports to Great Britain
; to continent .
Balttmobh Steady , mia'g 12 8-16c. low mid
dling 11 11-16; good ord'y 10 ll-16c; net reo'ts-;
gross 8; sales 615: stock 23098; exports
coastwise ; spinners 435: exports to Great
Britain : to continent .
Boston Quiet: middling 124ho: low middling
12c: good ordinary Ulfec; net receipts 203;
gross 757; sales : stock 9.100; export to
threat Britain ; to France .
Wilmington Steady ; middling 11 e; low mia
lng 11316c; good ordinary 10 516c; receipts
2; gross 2; sales ;" stock 1,056: exports
coastwise 607; to Great Britain ; to
Phtladblfhia Quiet; middling 12lbc low
middling 12c: good ordinary llc net receipts
275; gross 275; sales ; stock 10,356; ex
ports Great Britain 1,000; to continent .
Savannah-Qilet: middling ll&c; low mid
dling UUc; good ordinary lOlfec; net receipts
309; gross 809; sales 800; stock 7,391;
exports coastwise 5Bo: to Great Britain ;
to France ; to continent .
Nsw Oblxanb - Quiet; middling 12&C; lo mid
dling HHic; good ordinary llc; net receipts
61: gross 1UD. sales I.OOO; stock 80,880
exports to Great Britain ; to France ;
coastwise ; to continent ; to chan:
M 'BILJJ -Steady; middling 12a low inlddlln
llc; good ordinary lie; net receipts 140;
gross 140. sales 100. stock 6.577: exports
eoat 141; France ; to Great Britain ;
to continent .
Mxkfhis Firm middling 12c; low mid
dling UQbc; good ordinary 104c net reeemts
84; gross 34; shipments 1,136 sales 150;
Augusta Quirt; middling 1 1 Ut?; low mid:
dung llVtc; good ordinary lOtyo, receipt 14;
snipments ; sales 30.
CHABiJssrroN-Quiet: middling 12: low mid
ditnglllfec; good ordinary llMic; net receipts
113: gross ibis: sales 25; stock 6.747:
exports coastwise , to Great Britain ;
to continent ; to France ; to chan
Nxw Tobk Quiet: sales 1.610: mld'mt uplands
izvc; miaaiiug oneans idW, consolidated
net receipts 1.874; exports to Great Britain
1.000; to France : to continent : to
New York Receipts at all Interior towns are
9,976. recelp'.s from plantations fi,433: crop
in sight 5.275.815; totM visible supply of cotton
rorthe world ls2 40l,82H. of which 1.396.806
Is American; against 2.542.012 and 1.845.912
respectively last year.
LrvmpooLr-NooDSteadr: middling unlands
6M; middling Orleans 6 i5-16d; sales 10.000:
speculation and exports 2.000; receipts 16.500;
American i.zou u Dianas low middling clause
June delivery rt 44-64d; June and July 6 45 64d-
tr 44-61d: July and August 6 46 64d: August
and September 6 4M-64d; September and Octo
ber 6 44 6 Id: October and November B31-64d:
November and December . Futures
Livkrpool EF.M Bales of American cotton
7.500 bales. Uplands low mlddlin clause: June
delivery ; June and July
July and Augu't 6 45-64d; August and Septem
her ri 48 n4d; September and October 6 4H-64d:
October and November 6 82-64d; November and
Decemrr ; December and January
Futures closed seller at previous quotations.
Nxw Vobk Net
receipts 9; gross 94f.
Futures closed dull
and steaiy; sales 44,600
October 11 66.56
November 11.89 40
KeDruary 1 1 65 67
Governments- generally uncharged
New 5's, :.
Four and a half per cents,
Four per cents,
State bonds inactive
Sub-treasury balances Gold-
Stocks-Firm and i1 lower than yesterday:
Alabama Class A. 2 to fi
Alal tama Class A, small
Alal ama Class B, 5's
Alabama-Claw C, 4's.
Chicago and Northwestern
Chicago and Northwestern preferred,
Louisville and Nashvilln
Memphis an I Ch.ir!mi.n
Nashille a id CtnttUuoogi
New York Central. .
Richmond and Allegheny.
Richmond and Danville
South Carolina Brown ConsoM,. . ..
wauasn, oi. louh rMn'-..
Wabash. St Louis & Pacific preferr'd
western union. ............
CITI COTTON MARKET.
Office of Ths Obskkvter, i
CHAULOTTK. June 1 1. 1882. (
The market rexterdaT cirMi 'onir at ri
, . . - " cm loio lur
Strictly middling, .
Strict low ml.ldllna.
eales yesterday 156 bales
R?K.ad.ecree of lhe S pc rlor Court of
Bhnfrt117' U5aJe 1,1 "e ease Of P?C
tners Plaintiff!, vs. A. M Poweii
tiim; ' 6 roll0wlD8 valuable Proptrty,
KJnuffl&lW1 Mills, to
Ketuer witn acres land, li clddln thannrtra
ltt?,p fli caid8- "wy ead 2 drawing
rames, 6 deliveries each. 4 ring frames (BrtdSS
make), all In good' older 2 ! Danforth ? w
i,l card. rtnder. bunch and baling nreur
ateoa large lot of , ld looms, pSmS&iSISS:
thASIS,.00?6 a,,d dennlte deacriplion rf
SSPtetSSMl th,e wtttoi of said sale reVr
TBaMq"b?.2iadS to the decree ab,,TO ""erred.
.T. --.VTwePty. . ent of purchase
SftmL??" tD balance In equaW ln
llmen.HLof t6 nonlh and six month!
d .ana approved security required of
fta5eAWUie,wto by saw Decree au
cPiiffdt? T.arT erms to suit purchasers. The
f06" laalso authorized by said Decree to sell
,a,P1roperty at private sale, upon such, terms as
!STL,8J?.B,reed nP between him and purchaser,
and he win entertain private bids uttil day of sale.
m E?ons wishing to examine said property will
And Dr A. M. Powell snd Mr. Levi Shut ord on the
premises, either of whom will take- pleasure in
Showing the came. Addres -
- i . - JOHN L COBB. Receiver, ,
i Jun? ? , Llncolnton, Lincoln county, . c. . .
WK LNVTiv VIT.r
We mw all to gin as s out ana sunt, a SliS
vngs and gacfliciaea.
FRESH MINERAL WATER
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received, at
Dr.J.H.McAden s Drug Store
From Saratoga Springs, N. T. A new water re-
semoimg tne imported vicny. Becommended
as an antacid; cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Becommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and in all forms of dyspepsia
CASKS C0NGBK8S WATKK.
jQ CASES BOCK BBIDGB ALUM,
Q CASIS BUSTALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Hunyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BIST NATUBAL APXRlKNT.
A8 A CATHABTIC:
DOSK: A wine glass full before breakfast.
The Lancet "Hunydl Janr L-unn Llehlg s.f-
flrms that its richness In aDsrlent salts sumaaaas
that of all other known waters."
The Briluth Medical Journal "Hunradl .Tnnrm.
The most agreeable, saf jst. and most efficacious
fW. rircnou, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof. Bamberaer. Vienna "I have nrascrtbad
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Scanzoni. Wurszburg. I Drescrlbe none
Prof. Lander Brunion. M. D.. F. R 8.. London.
"More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy."
prof. AtKen, M. d.. F. K. ., Boyal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pullna and Fried
richshail." JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
North Tryon 8t, - - CHAB LOTTIE, N. C.
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When you ean 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. H. Mo A DIN,
Druggist and Chemist.
Prescriptions care fully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night.
rHS Best 5c and lCc Cigars.
B. a JORDAN 4 CO.,
may26 Druggists, Tryon street.
CITY TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1SS2.
A LL persons residing in the city of Charlotte
xl liame to a Poll Tax. and all uersons. bodies
politic and comporate, who own or bsve control of
taxame 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 ot June
1882, a list of their taxable property and polls.
By authority of an ordinance of the Bonrd of
Aldermen, aa opted May 15th, 1882. in pursuance
oi section uu oi tne city charter.
FBID NASH, Clerk and Treas.
PASSENGER DIPT., C. C. & A. R. R.. I
Columbia, s. 0., June 7th, 1882. S
FOR the convenience of persons desiring to at
tend the commencement exercises of David
son College, an extra train will be run between
Charlotte and Davidson Collegs on the 14th and
15th, as follows:
Leave Charlotte 8.80 a m
" HuntersvUlo 9. 14 a m
Arrive at Davidson College, 9.85 am
Returning leave Davidson College 4 80 p m
Huntersvllle 4.51 p m
" arrive at Charlotte 5.35 p m
Oo the night of the 15th a train will leave Char
lotte at 6.80 p tn; arriving at Davidson College at
7.85 p. m.
Returning leave Davidson College at 11.45 P m;
arriving at Charlotte at 12.50 a. m.
A. POPE, G. P. A.
T. R. Taloott, Supt.
PELODBET S CO.,
Steinway, Webber, Decker Bro's,
HAINES and GATE CITY
NEW YORK PIANOS, it Is conceded, lead the
World. I am agent for all the celebrated New
York 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 is a
trial and this can cost
you nothing, while it
may be the meat v
saving yon a great deal
In an instrument
Br- on. always m stock either to sell or
rent Call on or address nnlws
Lockbox - charlotte. N. C.
OLD POINT COMFORT,
H YGEIA HOTEL
. BOiir .nvunm. v urn
. Vmt VonrM . Otwn n
sltaatedl0pyard hotel in th.Tj g.
rounaiDKB """"".KiTiV attracHT"'
and driving spwrJ. Term J
resort for southern peopw- ort
aemmodaoonsthan any I0rln
TO OUit STOCK OF J
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
Tot oi aSiffSUSiS! weU MwMi
33. MiLBJISIKT & BRO
WK HAVE STOPPED SELLING AT COST, BUT OFKIR GOODS AT
SUCH ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES
Tha the Pub ic cannot Perceive the Difference. A beautiful stock of
We have added to our stock a full line of
Cents' Cassimere Suit?,
WHITE YESTS A. 1ST ZD DUSTERS.
ALSO A LARGS LINK OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Such as Scarfs, Ties, Suspenders, Gloves and 811k
CLOSING OUT AT
masonic temple uuiLnirvo.
States ville, INT. C,
ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS
. JOBBERS IN THE COUNTRY. THEY WILL BE GLAD TO
QUOTE PRICES TO THE TRADE.
marl 8 ly
THE BEST THREAD
i n ca q n I
Six Cord Soil M Spool Cotton.
Awarded all the Honors at the
International Cotton Exposition, 1881,
11 THE BEST THREAD for
MACHINE and HAND SEWING P
Two Gold Medals and the Grand Prize.
For Sale to tie Trade by
HUGH W, HARRIS,
ATT0ENT AT LAW,
Office on Trade street, nearly opposite Court House,
V. CHARLOTTE, IV. C.
Richard A. Springs,
. l Dformeriy of Charlotte. N. CI - -
ATTOUET & 00OTSELL0S at LAXr
All eonesDondenoa will receiva dk.m
Ltl?nal Bank. ChartT 1 f
MUDiB iovum: jmiush JMUeiKIl. N C TT 1 t
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" a" "ma 01 00111 W "1 oounw S'
ALL KINBI Of
A FVLL LIll r
Parlor & Chamber Suits.
oorviKa r iu ran tm kajtb.
m. i nw iiah ensn,
We have added to our stock a lull line of
Handkerchiefs. Ladles' Dref s Goods and Parasols
AND IN COMPETITION WITH ANY
I n - l
& Co., Charlotte, N. C.
BAR AMD BILLIARD ROOM,
EYE8 IN CHARLOTTE -
SaSSSJ WW Central
wrw SPJlJVon street WhKrn th nnist
aoaawuoK8 ean always bVTound.
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W TT TIB TIP n?gll4
THE MOST ELEGANT
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