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1) A 1 1 Y, ,0 II A R li Of T E gQ-jff g R V E R tit) AYj J U NSE 10, 1 882;
She tfhttriottt bfltmtt. OUR WASHINGTON SOLONS. markets by telqhaph
CHAS. R. JONES, Editor and Prop'tor.
IKXTXBXD AT THB POBT-OTTIOT AT CBABLOfn,
. CL. AS BMtKBDfiLU MATTKK.1
HIDA"X. JUNE 16, 1882. .
A REPUBLICAN RUSE.
One of the resolutions that figures
conspicuously in those passed by the
so-called -liberal-anti-prohibition" con
vention, on the 7th inst,and by the Re
publican convention on the 14th instn
is that opposing the present system of
county government, and demanding
that all the officers be elected by the
people. This is simply a piece of dema
gogism on the part of the Republican
managers and a ruse to divide
the Democratic party in the coming
contest. They don't care a snap of the
finger whether the present county sys
tem continues or not, and they would
prefer that it did if they were certain
of carrying the next Legislature and
thus getting control of the appointing
THE .SENATE TALKS ANTI-WAR
CLAIMS, AND INDEFINITELY
POSTPONES THE BONDED
The River and Harbor Appropriation
Bill Comes to the Front in the House,
and Gentlemen Tell How They are
Going to Make the Mississippi Behave
Itself and Stay Within its Banks
Henceforth and Forever.
Washington, June 15. Senate.
The bill authorizing the New Orleaus
and North Eastern Railroad to con
struct bridges over Pearl river and
Lake Ponchartrain reported favorably.
Jones, of Florida, introduced a bill
appropriating $150,000 and $75,000 re
spectively for the improvement of the
harbors of Fernandina on the Atlantic
and Fensacola and on the Gulf Coast of
He explained at some length the ne
cessity for this outlay, and his col
league, Call, made a like explanation,
i The Legislative aDDroDriation bill
was received from the House and re
ferred to the appropriations committee.
adq oenawj joiut resutuuuu w Lo-ay-
ors for service in the Southern btates,
prior to these States going into rebel
lion, again occupied the time reserved
for the calendar,
Maxey, who championed the measure,
spoke at length. He denied that the
resolution of 1877, which authorized the
payment of contractors, was rushed,
through Congress as asserted by Con
ger, and referred to the official record
to show that it underwent protracted
discussions in both houses. Payment
was not made because of the ruling of
the then Postmaster-General that all
claims of this class should be passed
before any were paid. He argued that
the strictures of Conger were unwar
ranted, as the resolution prohibited the
payment by us of any contractor who
has been paid by a State or by the Con
federate States, or his payment beyond
the time when mail carriage ceased. In
these and in other respects which
he enumerated. He contended that the
rights of the government were more
closely guarded than they were in prior
legislation. As disproving the charge
that the government property in their
possession had been turned over by
tnese contractors to toe enemies or uie
United States after the opening of the
power. Their object in springing it at I propriate $375,000 to pay mail contract-
this time, and placing themselves in me
attitude of especial champions of the
elective franchise is to array the west
o nat fh Mat nn that Question. In
the western counties where there is not
a controlling element of colored voters,
the people would unquestionably prefer
to elect their own magistrates, and have
submitted to be deprived of that right
to save twenty-five counties in the east
from negro domination. Were it not
for this the people would not have con
sented to the change, and the Legisla
ture would not have attempted to make
the change. The Republicans knew
this very well, but they still hope by
making it an issue to force the Demo
cracy of the west to commit itself one
way or the other. If they sustain it
then the matter stands just where it is;
if they backdown and slide over either
directly or indirectly on the Republican
liberal ground, then comes a split be
tween the eastern and western demo
cracy, and the ruse becomes successful.
What does Dr. Mott, Tom Cooper, Ike
Young, Jim Harris, et al, care whether
the people elect the magistrates or
whether they are appointed by the Leg
islature ? They don't trouble their co
lossal heads with such small matters as
that They have not the shadow of an
interest in the magistrates. It is a
mere trick, a piece of demagogism, for
which these men have attained no little
celebrity. Trickery is their forte, and
on it they rely mainly in popular
contests, but when the appeal is made
to the sober, thinking, reflecting people
of the west, they well understand the
trick, and the tricksters too. Some of
them might ask Dr. Mott, Tom Cooper,
Ike Young, and the rest of the revenue
leaders of this combination movement
if they are so solicitous for popular
rights, and so anxious that the people
should elect all the officers, why they
did not throw in just one little resolu
tion among the balance in favor of
electing internal revenue office rs,store
keepers, gangers, postmasters, &c ? It is
true the resolution would not have
amounted to anything, a these are
Federal and not State offices, but still it
might have deceived some unsophisti
cated voters into the belief that they
favored the election of all officers by
the people, and would have given their
resolution a sort of general bearing.
We venture the remark that they will
not play very much on that string
among the white people in the eastern
portion of the State.
JUNE 15. 1882
WrumiOTOH Spirits Turpentine firm, at 43c.
Rosin quiet, S1.66 for strained; Sl.60 for good
strained. Tar firm, at $1.90. Ciude Turpentlae
steady, at S1.RO for hard: $2.76 lor yellow dip;
$2.75 for virgin. Corn steady; prime white. 99;
Baltimohx noon Flour steady and qule';
Howard street and Western suter S3 60tMl4. 60;
extra $4 7535 50; family $5. 85ffi$7.0; dij
Mills, super xi-iUX4-75: extra sr, UO(fli-S;
Bio brands $7 25SS7.37. Wheat Southern
nominal; Western active and lower; Southern red
$1.83 $1.38; amber $1.89281.41: No. 1 Mary
land -: no. s western winter rea spot.
$1 36ViffS1.37. Corn Southern anlet; Western
quiet, southern white 90; southern yellow o
Baltimork night -Oaf, firmer; Southern
60at)2; Western wniie 8l62j mixed MOtttO;
Pennsylvania tiutcnz. provisions - srm; mess
pork, $20 758522.25. Balk meats-shoulders
and clear rib Bides, packed 10 1 8 Bacon -shonlders
1114; clear rib sides 144; hams
wio. u&ia rennea m. uonee quiet; mo
cargoes -trctlnary to fair H&W. Suiter- quiet:
a son uan. wnukey-Quiet. at si.zu. rreignts
unchanged. - - ' i : . . .
Galtbstoh Xasy: mlddlmc lilies' low' mid
dling Uc: good ordinary He: net receipts
08: cross 09: sales 800: stock 9.471; ei-
porU 'coastwise ; to eraat rBrltaia t-nt to
continent ; to irrance ; to cnannei
KOBlOLXQaiati. iaiCdiinj! 11 U. oi receipts
254; gross 254; stock . 8,154; exports ""wwuii-
wtae ; sales lOOr ' exports to ureal untam
; to continent -i tut, ti,i , ?
BAivrmOR - Quiet: middling 1 2Vfee. -: tow mid
dling 1 1; ?ooa ordinarif 10c; net reoeipts - -;
gross 1,514 .sales stock 28,819; exports
coastwise w spinners i ?o; xpon to -rni
Britain ; to continent - .
Bootoh Qnlet: mlddHna 12o; low middima.
12c; good ordinary llfec? utit rsoelpts 47;
gross 180 sales -; stock 9.1UU. exports to
Great Britain - ; to France .
WnjaHQTON-Quiet, nuddlins 115fac, low piid
dhng ll 316c; good ordinary 10 5 tee; receip a
4; gross 4; sales -t stoelt 1,148: exports
eoasfwiM ; to Great Britain ; to
Philadelphia Dull : middling 12lfec . low
middling 12c; good ordloary lie; .reooipU net
40; gross 119; sales i iwk 10.836; ex-,
poru Great Britain r ; to continent .
Satajtmah Easy; middling low mid.-
dllng lHic; irood ordinary 10c; net receipts
672; ' gross 572; sal8 160; stock 5,959;
exports coastwise l.f-97; to Great Britain ;
to France 1 to continent .
Nxw Oelkabs - Steady : middling 1216c. low
middling t wo; good ordinary llfec; net recflpU
635; gross 958; sales 2,QliO; stock 82,793.
exports to Great Britain to France ;
coastwise ; to continent ; to chan
nel - . ' -
MrtBixs -sTomlnal; uilddBng 12 low middling
lltofoodpOHBaryaic; ; net, receipts 6rt;
gross l&UT saies siock
amifit.-m iJrance ; to Great Britain
A FREE BALLOT, A FAIR COUNT.
This is another piece of coalition clap
trap. It is also a reflection upon the
Democrats who are now acting with
Dr. Mott & Co., to assert that for years
they have been actively co-operating
with a patty which denied a "free bal
lot and a fair count." But these Demo
crats not only submit to such reflec
tions by Republicans, but they brand
themselves as dishonest when they pass
such resolutions and append their
names to them. Is it not the veriest
mockery, however, to hear Republican
conventions hypocritically prating
about "a free ballot and a fair count"
when to-day they hold power at Wash
ington by virtue of the most colossal
fraud of the ageand when for years in
the Southern States until finally over
thrown by the mighty uprising of the
people they held the reins by a system
of oppression and fraud that would
damn any party to eternal infamy?
Fraud. They lived, got fat and
rich on it. They robbed and plund
ered the people until in very despera
tion the people rose in their strength
andihufled the ; thieves fromj power,
and noW they have the unblush
ing assurance to come before tho people
they, pillaged and cry fraud. They
could give Satan himself three in the
game and beat him for impudence.
They practice the injunction of that
great Republican liberal Col. Ike
Young, when he said all a Republican
politician had to do was. to "lie like
h 11 and stick to it" They are doing
it when they prate about a free ballot
and a fair count
fair Torascntcd Back
i s the exclamation of mora than one poor hard
working man and woman. Do you know why It
aches? It la because your kidneys are orer task
ed and need strengthening, and your system needs
to be cleansed of bad humors. Xtdney-Wort la
tne medicine you need, "it acts like a charm."
says a well known physician, "I never knew It to
fall." Liquid or dry sold by druggists. Boston
" ii i i i
' Wie is Mrs Wlaslew T
As this question Is frequently asked, we will slm-
yij say tnat sne is a may wno ior upwards of for
ty years, has untiringly devoted her Ume and tal
ents as a Female Physician and nurse. Drinclnallr
among children. She has esDeclallr studied
constitution and want of this numerous class.
ana, as a result oi this enort, and practical knowl
edge, olnsslned ta a lifetime spent aa nurse and
her; especially is this the ease
ist Quantities of the Boothlng Syrup
and used here, We think Mai
of this ar-
Iwn Mtrtjttnlv ita
rw up wn vmmm uot, m
are daily told ai
Wins low has tmrnortanzad be name hvthu in.
valuable artlele, and we stncerely believe thous
ands of ehlklren have been saved from an early
grave by its ttmely nee. and that aiUUona yet un
born will share tte benefits, and unite in ealllnc'
ucr bhnwi, no mount dm fussaargea ner auty
not mail contractors were custodians of
the property, and that the demand or
the -Confederate government for its
surrender was addressed to postmast
ers. He contended that these claim
ants continued to perform their con
tracts with the United States until
stopped by its order through the Postmaster-General,
and that the court of
claimsiiad in a recent case held that
the claimants were entitled to sue for
the money appropriated in 1877 for their
benent. Tne Din weut over at me ex
piration of the morning hour.
Harris. Ingalls and Gorman were ap
pointed conferees on the district water
Morgan submitted a resolution which
was laid over temporarily for an inves
tigation during vacation by a select
committee into the labor strikes, their
causes and remedy, the committee to
examine persons under oath. etc.
The House bill relating to the bonded
period upon distilled spirits again came
up as unnnisnea ousmess.
The question recurred upon the pen4'
ing substitute of the Senate committee.
The burden of the debate on the
whiskey bill was borne by Windom in
ODDOsition to. and Beck as the chant
pion of the bill, with occasional brief
remarks by other Senators. Windom
made a long speech, which he concluded
by saying that it had been admitted by
Bavard that the substitute of the ben
ate committee for the House bill would
produce no permanent relief, and would
only postpone the evil, therefore it was
equally as objectionable as the original
Various amendments were offered
McMillan then moved that the bill
and amendments be postponed indefi
nitely, and the motion prevailed yeas
32, navs 20.
' House.- The morning hour having
been dispensed with the House at 11 :20
went into committee oi the whole
Mr Burrows, of Michigan, in the chair
on the river and harbor appropriation
Page, of California, chairman of the
committee on commerce, made a gen
eral explanation of the bill and present
ed the reasons which had induced tne
committee to recommend an appropria
tion so far in excess of appropriations
of former years. This was the first
river and harbor bill that had contain
ed any appropriation commensurate
with general work of improvement con
templated by the Mississippi nver com
mission. He compared the pending bill
with the law of the current year to
show that while the latter appropriated
911XX),000 upon an estimate of $25,000,
000, the former appropriated but $17,'
000,000 on an estimate of $37,000,000.
The bill received careful consideration
of the committee and he trusted that it
would be passed without any amend
ment by the House.
Horr, of Michigan, a member of the
commerce committee followed Page in
favor of the bill as reported from the
committee. In the course of his speech
l j i s a ; . M
tie gave an luteresung uescnpuon or
the plan of improvement contemplated
by the Mississippi river commission,
and contended that not. only would it
result in rendering the river navigable,
but it would -also prevent recurrence of
terrible floods which had iecently laid
waste a large extent of country. The
government pwe1 4his work to future
fenerations, it owed it to the present,
here was nothing that more securely
and surely cemented together people
than community of commercial inter
ests. Nothing more completely drown
ed the groans and multerings of the
past than the clang of busy hammeis
and the hum of running machines, and
if he could he would build up the
waste places of the South, open up her
vast mineral wealth, build smelting fur
naces on her hillsides, set her rivers to
turning spindles and running buz saws,
and erect free schools in each of her i
scattered plantations.- in conclusion he
said, let it hereafter be. said that the
crowning glory the 47th Congress
was this, that it fully, inaugurated the
flan that finally succeeded in taming
he overflowing waters of the great
Mississippi and chained it between its
banks, that compelled Its rushing floods
to obey the behests of commerce and
do the bidding of mankind, and in do
ing this it reclaimed from disease, de
struction and death territory enough
to make ah empire and people enough
to make it a State, and it made it pos
sible for those people to live out their
days surrounded by all the scenes of
their childhood on the spot where they
were born. Applause. ;
.Reagan, of Texas, another member of
mo cumm.erce committee also made an
argument in p supportbf the constitu
tionality, good policy and public bene
General debate-clmed. And thA. flrt.
two paragraphs Pf the WUwereG read
when the House adjourned ;
shipments 80 ; sales 860;
The Public is reouested carefully to
notice the new ana enlarged Scheme to
oe aravm Monthly.
JS CAPITAL, PRIZF, 75,000.
Ticket only 5. SharnlaPrsper ln
Mhallfm. VTatav said that vUMtmnstAril 1 lfi:W6ttui f!-:. $M t I
t MMPms-uuiat.- miaanns jztr low mid
dling Uttc; good ordinary ifwko; net ream
44; gross 4i-
AUGUSTA-jal'V "middling f1 IMfer low mid;
dhng 1 me; -good, ordinary IGfce: reoHpU 19;
shipments -7-; sales 7 y ,
CHABiiKanm-Quiet: middling -12 r. low mid
dling llVc; good ordinary lltkc net rereiots
zui: gross 2ui saies ou; hm o.wzo;
exporai coastwise m : to umai timarn
to continent ; to France ; to chan
NkW Yorx Easier: sales 1,703; mlddllnu ud-
lands 12 8-16c; middling Orleans 12 7-1 6c; con
solidated net receipts l.Htio; exports to ureal
Britain 4.971; to France 647; to continent
1,604; to channel .
Liverpool--Noon Stead-: middling uplands
6i(l; middling Orleans 6 1 5-1 fid; sales 12,000;
speculation and exports 2,000. receipts 4o,riK);
American 4.KIMJ. uplands low mioditne clause:
June delivery H 43 rV4d; June and Jul 6 4 Hid:
July and angeat 6-)4 64d9; August and Sep
tember 6 46 tUdftrt 47-6 4d; i5epten;berarMi Octn-
ber 6 4S 6 Id; October and November 6 49-41 4d;
November and lecember . Kiiums
Liverpool 6 P. M Sales of a merlcan cotton
8,800 bales. Uplands lowmidolln Manse: June
delivery 6 44-64d; June and July 44 64d;
July and August 6 4?-rl4d; August and Septem
ber ri 48 54 o; eptemoer ana uctorjer 44 r4d;
October and November ; November and
Decemr : December and January :
January and February . Futures dosed
a shade easier.
Louisiana State lottery Company.
Incorporated in 1888 for 25 years by the Legis
lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
with a caplUl of Si, OOO.OOO to which a reserve
fund of SfiSaOOU has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 2d, A. D. 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted oh and endorsed by
the people of any State. It never scales or post
Its GRAND, fgaiiaLJB.NTJMBKB Drawings will
take place monthly.
A SPIirOTn) 0PPOETU5ITY
TO WIN A, FOBTUJTR SEVENTH GRAND
DRAWIHCLAaiJ G, AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESIIAV, JUUY lltb, 18&2f
. 146Ut momhly Drawing;. '
Look at the' Fellewlas; Scheaie, under the ex
clusive supervision and management al GkN. o.
T. BE aUHEwa KD. of LoulBiana. and Gen JUBAL
A. EARLY, of Virginia, who manage all the draw
ings of this Company, both ordinary and tnil
annual, and aUet the Correctness 01 the publish
ed Official Lists. ; ' -
j ' - 1 . , t
capital, raize, $79,000.
100,000 Tekie m Fire- JHUlare Eaeta,
Frnctieim, in Ff ttaa In Proportion.
LIST OF FRIZES:
1 CAPITAL PRIZE. $ 75,000
1 " r 25,000
J " " lOXtOC
2 PRIZES of $8.000... 12,000
5 " 2.000 10,000
10 " 1,000 10,000
' 20 " 500 10O00
100 " 200 20,000
800 100...... 80 000
.500 50 25 000
1000 " 25 25,000
9 Approximation Prizes of 1750. 16,750
, V Approximation Prizes of 500....... 4.500
9 Approximation Prizes of 250 2,250
1967 PiUee, amounting I0..L. .. rf 1265,500
A pp:leatlon for rates ; to Blabs should only be
maae-torihe offlcAof thminT tnNMi nriun.
For further Information write cleartr. rivi tun
address. Bend orders by Express, Ifegtetera) Let
ter or juuney uruer, aaarersea onij to j 1
, , Jt.A. DAUPHIN,
. ,,T, J New Orleans, La.
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
607 Seventh street, Washington, D, a
N. B.- Orders addressed to New Orleans will re
ceive prompt attention.
POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE-
Tore Net receipts
closed barely steady;
; gross 43
August 12 21 fi 22
November........ 11.879 88
December 11 879.89
January -... 11.509.61
Ferjraary.'.-.....;......'....,........ 11 629 64
March . 11.759 77
Four and a half per cents, 1.1416
Four per cents 1 20a
State bonds -active .......
Bub-treasury balance-Go'kC.'.V.".'.". S8t 906
" - Currency 5,708
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5 80
Alattama Class A, small 80
AlsJma Class B, 5's... V9 '
AlabamaClass C, 4's. , 85
unieago ana -nunuwesicrn 1 .zv
Chicago and Northwestern preferred, 1 .42
Bast Tennessee...................... vit
nirnols Central. 1 .88
Lake Shore 1.0714
Louisville and Nashville 6714
Memphis and Charleston. 47
Nashville aad Chattanooga 56
New York Central.. 1 28
nuuuivuu duu AuoKiwu 1 o
DiKmAnil anH rkonwillA 1 IVi
Bock Island 1.29 f
South Carolina Brown Consols, 1 08 m
Wabash, St. Lome Padfle. 26
Wabash. 8C Lotus 4: Padflc preferr'd 50Vh
Western lnlon. 84W
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Omcx or Th Obsxbtxb, .1
; UBABLOTTE, J One 16, 1882. i
The market yesterday dosed steady "at the fol
Good MlddllTi.;. u . 12
Strictly middling, 11
middling.. 1 1 ftft
Strict low ml dUng. lift
In the lty of Louisville, on
FUIDAY, JUNE 30lh, 1882.
rimne dmwuiKH oca n monthly i8undaya excel
ed) uiwier irvtaions or an Act or the General
seinblr of Kentucky
fhf Luiu-it -iiJiu-c Circuit Court on Karen 81,
ffruiwMi utb Toiuwtiii decisions:
IsiTbai Up Coimnonwealtb Distribution Coo
pan; Is letsu.
2d - Its drawuiKu are fair.
The Company baa now on hand a large reserr
fund Rewi ihe iuu of prizes for the
10 Prize. l,0OO each
20 Prizes. fiOO icto
100 Prize 100 each.
200 Prizes 50 ach
600 Prize 20 each
1000 Prizes. 10 each.
WE INVITE ATTENTION
WE INVITE ATTENTION
OUR STOCK OF-
FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
Which I now full and cvrnintatA. W kMn tho hart (inmii ma. m ,k. , . .. .
Our ctock Embraces a full line of Goods of all gadesVand olTar'loui eli es and price! beuTg wiu adSwedto l S'!Kln ,',aU P"
We invite aU to give us a call and s ttUfy themselves of the truth of our assertions. aoapied to the wants of bo.u the city and country trad
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GINGER, BUCHU, MANDRAKE, and many of
the best medicines known are here combined Into
a medicine of sue a varied nowers as to make it
the greatest Blood Purifier and the
Cures Complaints of Women and diseases of the
Stomach. Bowels, Lungs, Liver and Kidneys, and
Is entirely different from Bitters. Ginger Kssences
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Tha the Public cannot Perceive the Difference. A beautiful stock of
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ALL KINDS OF
A FULL LINE OF
V) Prize. SHOO each.
9 Prizes. 200 "
ft Prizes. 100 "
Approximation Prizes 82,700
' M 900
l.dAOPrtxes tl 12400
Wbni Ticket. S2; Half Tickets, SI; 27 Tickets,
450; 66 Tickets, Si 00.
Re mil Money or Bank Draft in Letter, or send
by Express. DON'T SEND BT REGISTERED
LETTER OR POSTOFFICS ORDER. Orders of
S5 and upward, by Express, can be sent at oar ex
pense. Address all orders to
R. M. BOARDMAN, Coarlerownal Build
Louisville. Ky.. or 809 Broadway New York.
' ' ' - -J. -J .... .
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Both Foreign and Domestic)
Just Received, at
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g ABA TOG A "yiCHY,
From Saratoga Springs, N. Y. a new water re
sembling the Imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid: cures dyspep-la, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsli.
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
JO CASES ROCK BRIDGE ALUM,
CASES BUFFALO LTTHIA.
And a fall supply of
PARLOR and CHAMB1R' SUITS. COF
FINS of all kinds on hand. No. 5 West
Trade street, Charlotte, North Carolina.
' -piAfioeo-s. "
to ber suSerfng uttle one, la our oplniba, until si
nas grren u toe Denent m au. winsiow's Soothing
Syrup. Try tt, notaere-try It now-Ladlee4 visi
tor. Mew Tork CW. Sold bf aU drugslsU. 25
cents a poum." .,.3
1 iiir 1 asjj 1 hi 11 1 11 t-
nraXA4e AcU FlManbsUe TaJawkle
t 1 '
DfcW. H. TlEiULEE. TdWdO. 0 , ri: "I
and have bees amply setUned that Ithi
, s TSlnatila addition ta not llai of nullalnal anta '
;riflwtolrmear jnini aentt
A. paupWa, Nw Orlewsr C,ie'wt three
;,, wees sinae H a letted a aollar ImiL t was ad
, -ajv m-t vh wiawnia vi waw awsswisw law '
tIS WI.S tit.'tt
This la la. rt
time he has Invested, and ones before he eie
wunin lour or nve numners 01 tne eapuai, tuW
haul is a good one. Maryvul, Me , Dentoerat,
I tery, and he draw bis money bye
careful to say nothing about It to
found oat he m a lucky man.
llepublicatf Congrcaftionnl NominntionN
. Marietta; Ohib, ' Juneio.i-Gen. Ii
u. uawea was re-nominateq in tbe fir
teenth district by the Republican con
yention. -" -. f ,
Ctoabafiiw, Iowa,-June 15. Tbe
4puwicans of tbe fifth n district nomi
nated James Wilson or Coogress yes
tcrday,. ui,u.t 1 n 1 3 j
Ex-Gor. Dennledn Pead.
CotirifBtTS. Omo. Jonei 15-Ee-Oov.
W m. Dennlson, war goyernor of Ohio,
uea win morning, o? greari.
-n Tha nnhannv arlfawhn anlVava f mm tta' nalH
tnee an ill humor of nervous hutnd, fbouUf
wum tue itawuM la wr ecraptaint to the sou rt.
or remove that BrvottnM bf pre anting the dt
tTi1 Df Bon' Celery and Cbamomtio
Sales yesteidty 18 bales.
a 3 r
AWASblNGTON Hand Press and material ro
ft 74Ainmn nAvsnarHflr AiiiirAM I
...yHr.. ....jr1 ay-
J. P. BABINTOTf, I I
AUCDTflVT 1100 pages. History of allTollrl
AMlJlllvAJX cal Parties, by Senator Coofkr.
h gives everyuung penaiuing to
politics, and unites history, In
struction and ready reference. ,8old
only by subscriotion: hut.' subscrlB-
tlons sent direct will be forwarded
hv mall nr CO nist PnhHshfn
HON. THOSi Ctfs expense, .Agepti now wanted,
; , , ; Mncft arttilvaarlvi f tarrltnrv la hp-
- T. COOPf E. tag rpliif Aaslgned Prospectus
iiuw ivauj suuivao 1
FIRESIDE PUBLISHING COMPANY,
Junl8 tf 20 N rth Seventh Street, PbUa.
YORK RIVER LINE,
TO BVLTIMORE and ALL POINTS NORTH
Dally except Sunday.
Nnte the reduced first-class rat s to
B A L T I M 0 R E
4 22 pm
K.20 p m
8.ft5 p m
4.40 p m
12 25 pm
fare S 8. 70
fare 7 0
its line the opportunity Is glvn of spending
lours pleasantly in Richmond before de
1 of trains for West Point
-Arrlvlniat Baltlmo e, 7.80 B.'hl. connecting
with the morning trains for PhUadelpbla and
By this line the opp
a tew nours
For further in) 01 matlon apply to agents
above named DOlnts. A. pop
may 1 9 Gen'l Pis. ,Age
F)R SALE, am two of three
Fire Proof Safes, all of them
the best of makes. One small,
one medium and one Urge, Ap
nlr to or address
vuaa, n. una, rrop'r dmshtib f
. i . V4
$85tTOtfflp(r tor only $245.
til all ft Wwf it IV Magnlflcent Beee-
rlAllli O I ILL wood case, ele
gantly finished irttrrngs, 1 Octaves, full patent
caim&nto buiqa uui now nnni vtumiuus Kara,
beautiful carved Wgs and lyre, heavy serpentine
andlaftfllancT moulding. lull Iron-frame. French
urana acuoo. urana aaiumec. in ian, every im
provement which can tn any way tend to the per
fection of the in&trun t has toeen added.
HTt UB PRICK LIST tOA THIS INSTBtJMXNr, BOX
XD NTBBtlVBKb- OK BOABD CABS -IT A j m
Nxw Yoriv with fixb Piano Covgnine, fc Jn
fflOOLAHT) hOOT.only - "v
- Redeeed- ftom-eor late wholesale factory nrlee.
S295, for slxtynAyg" Onln- to have this beauQfat
Piano tmreduced. Thiols now, by fa', the great
est Bargain evei, oirerea -tne musical puouc. un
precedented success! Tremendous aemana ror
Onttylol OfderiofKer " m
This ran -win -e-sent- ea-10 ays test tnai.
Please s hki re'erencfl tt you do not send money
with order. Cash seat with order will be refunded
and freight ebariee paid. by us both ways if Piano
is not just at represented. Several other special
Bargains: Piano-. SI 60 up. Orer 15,000 in use,
and not or e dinsatlsfled purchaser. Handsome Il
lustrated Catalogue, mailed free .giving the highest
testimonials ever awarded any manuiacturer,
Ivery Piano fully w arranted for 6 years.
SHUT MUSIC M price; Catalogue of 3.000
cholcd pieces sent for 3j stamp:
mayie weovrly ' ' -y ..Box2058,N. Y.
PLANTATION I MILL
I OFFER for sale at a bargain my plantation
lying en tht waters of Big Sugar Creek, near
and partly wlihln the Incorporation of Plnevllle,
containing 1 50 acres of choice faming land. -
on the land there are 50 acres of Drtmeval for-
et. 40 acres of Sne bottom land of the very best
quality, ana 40 to so acres 01 uplands in cuiuva
tlon. besldt-B tbe bottom adapted to the cultivation
On the premises Ibere is a-fine merchant and
saw mm. lust newiy renovated, with water nower
1 snffloient to turn the machinery oi a. large cotton
jnui who irom k.uuu to mi.uikj scimnes 11 de
sired. The public road leads through the planta
tion, ana tne resiaence is situated only a lew nun
dred I aids from tha denotof Plnevllle.
km one deairoua of examining the property can
aprtld2VwU m- , h D. J. REA.
METROPOLITAN LIFE UNVEILED!
VottZxettiBrSook Xma4. C0fresgt.160 XllsttiAtlout,
avtwuiok ouannea oi mm ana low tu m America
Kraft altlM; fashion's follioa rind Mvolttiaa: behind the
aoaneai trioks of pretty deoelvarat dty'i rich and poor:
taaolriotu oorruptlnn Rt Washlngtoatln of iaaoevnt
rt.- Kub "ia ponry-aefvaoa atnaera ora-uatt( j MwttetUna
at the I V.rLl?rJrr
B&m if il. ZiOtUa, 1A OMIOAOO, ril,.AII.ABrTA, Oa.
08. A, W, Atwuirnjj.
SA-l I W a
S OfflM on Trade ItrSwt Jl
v Avar Li. Barwan A
urir vm't. eiotbins nofe,
otim hours fien Ma m, to S p( n.
Llj r - -a
aiiau in ta v.
Umnhm wtee.aii41Mwwv Ma
I ( iv m Iredl 4ot h eura
I WmI UaaAaafi WtoSftaiaM
fa plain saalsdsnynlopsAwe. Drugs lata cm ail U,
aam. ns .iVlRD A CO.. LMutidid: UdiW
'tree erenow ready for dsllverv, epp
Sn fith pnd tsift A line jotoTreJl'fi
4" ja tt' llM lHffi Wit' SSWtiwW
Buoyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY
THJ BXST NATURAL APXRIXMT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Doex-A wine glass fan before breakfast
Th Lancet "Hunyudl Janos. Baron Ltenla af
firms that Its richness in aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters."
The Britith Medical Journal "Hanyadl Janos.
The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
Proj. Ttrchow, Berlin. "Invariably good and
oromst success: most valuable."
Frqf. Bamberger, Vienna, "I have prescribed
tnese writers witn remarxame success."
Prof- Boonsont, wurezDurg. 1 prescnDe none
Prof. lander Brtmttm. M. D., T. JL B., London.
"More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
them in efficacy."
Prqf. AOcen, if. D.. T. & 8., Royal Military Hos
pital, Hetiey. "irererrea to numa and rned-
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
North Tryon 8t. - CHARLOTTI. N. a
DONT GO TO SARATOGA
When yoa can get water Just as fresh and sparto
11 rut as when It flows from the spring at Saratoga.
we receive tnis water in large diock an reservoirs
which we return as soon
again every week.
aa emptied to be renLied
' J. U. MOAUXXO,
Druggist and Chemist
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night--
OLD POINT COMFORT,
' ' ' VIRGINIA.
H Y G E l A H OT EL
situated 100 yards from Fort Monroe. Open all
the year. Xqual to any hotel In the U.S. Sur
roundings unsurpassed. Bathing, boating, fishing
and driving specially attractive. Pre-eminently a
resort for Sou tne m people. Terms less lor equal
accommodations than any resort In the country.
Climate free from Malaria; and for Insomnia truly
wonderful In its soporific effect friend for circular
describing hygienic advantages, etc
mayl88m HARRISON PHOEBUS, PropY
CITY TAXES FOR THE TEAR 188
ALL persons residing in the city of Charlotte
nab'e to a Poll Tax, and all persons, bodies
politic and eoraporate, who own or have control of
taxable property in tbe 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
1 882 a list of their taxable nrooertv and noils.
By authority of an ordinance of the Board of
Aldermen, an opted May 16th, 1882. In pursuance
01 section BO of the city charter.
FR1D NASH, Clerk and Treaa.
ILM 'AIL PIKE SPEIKGS,
THIS aftracOve summer resort will be opened for tbe reception of visitors on the 1st day of Jum
The beauty of the scenery and the curative nronertlea nf the rater an wn known rviupha nip.
trains on the Western North Carolina Uallroad at Morgan ton. Dally mull and express. Board per mom
S20 and $25. . Address JOHN EL PBARSON. Proprietor,
mayiv eod lm Glenn Alpine Springs.
States ville, INT. C,
ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS AND IN COMPETITION WITH AN
: JOBBERS IN THE COUNTRY. THEY WILL. BE GLAD TO
QUOTE PRICES TO THE TRADE.
marl 8 ly
AMERICA STILL FURTHER AHEAD I
THE BEST THREAD forSEYING MACHINES
Six Cord So
Awarded all the Honors at the.
International Cotton Exposition, 1881,
11 THE BEST THREAD for
MACHINE and HAND SEWING?
Two Gold Medals and the Grand Prize.
For Sale to the Trade by - t
J. Rbessler & Co.; Charlotte, N. C
tl! rt tf, .' 1
PA83tKGIRDlPT C. C ,f-wB. a.
F)B the-tnvenleeejrins djaairtngto at.
tend Oweomayneneses ofDavld.
16th ee -iouowai -
. u ..... HnnlaMVIlM.. fifWV
" 'krrlveaiCttafWlMK lM"
HUGH W. HARRIS,
' ATTftRWRV AT T.AW i
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
ly opposite Court House,
t JJtOrmtrlJ Of ChrlAtta w n 1-1
?&ZSZ q0-JlT8ELL0B it LAW,
AA aaw;" Y-rt.
-.-ZZZnmw w eearfa nrennt attantiA.
"Vim vnv " "
TBE: MOST ELEGANT
BAR AND BILLIARD RO !
' " XVKB IN CHARtJ&TTX
H? u"' toeen opened next door below tbe Contn
Hotel Bull ns. on Tryon street hL Vho mite
wins and "QOORS can ayTbe ibubd.