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DAILY CtiAbLOTlfe OBSERVEK T-tJ .E S t A Y , JUNE 27, 1882. .
Maia la Chills and Fevtr, ud Bilious attacks
1 cured with Kmoiy's Htaniard Cuie PMa
p0..l intH.UUle remedy; never fll to pure the
"n?t obstinate longstanding cajes, causing no
mrmin2 or purging: they j-ra mid and pflktent.
6 LKj.7 lo thetr action and htrmies tn ml caw;
fSlvtlfeetuHUrcl anse the stem an-l give nt-w
!if nn l tone to the bod m AnusttaoTd rerne
1 iheV nre uneq ial?d For Liver Co.i.plalnt their
; iri is n-t known: one box M ha e a wonder
t .i effe .-t on the worst c ise. They are u-d and
MB-Hcribed by Physicians, and sold by DroKglcts
prfiire. 25 and 50 cent boxes. Emory's Llt
fia Ctbar:c Plllsbest ever made, only l Scents,
it.odard COrt 5T 1 M Nassau street, New York.
Sic Semper Tyranuls
Thus always to tyrants" says Virginia upon
h.r ooat-of-arnw, and with this motto Is a vigorous
? nrmwltb his foot ufton a prostrate usurper. FhV
rini device anO motto for Hunt's Remedy Thus
rioS H tread flfwnkjsiiplns; diseases, and thus
S u speak tl mnw -that baffle tre skill of
thSmedlcal profewlou. Torre -re no diseases so
h ,7d yet so insidious and dangerous, and at the
me tine perslsientand mulinorin in manifes
tations as the diseases of the kidneys and tlver.
And et here Is the domiln of Hnni's Remedy.
The experience f thousands proves that H does
ii tnnt Is claimed for It effects curea of cases
,hkt have been oopele,and tnrn despair Into
nv Yes, It sets Its foot upon the tyrant, kidney
uisease. and cries out to the world, .-lc sempt-r
The popularity and world-wide fame of Sim
mons Liver Regulator has Induced unprincipled
nartles to place spurious compounds called by
Jnme garbled part of onr title or name In the mar
ket majority of these enterprises have died a
natural death, but others are periodically cropping
nut To those who have not yet learned the great
worth of the Regulator this word of caution Is
necessary To the invalid It may be a question of
ife and dath. Ask for Simmons Liver Regula
tor and lo ik for th signature of J. H. Zellln &
Co' and the large red Z on White Wrapper.
Thte powder never varies. A marvel of parity
strength and wholescmentss More eeoaomlea
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, a urn or phosphate powders. Sold only In
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
ov23 lew York.
Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
A great many people are asking
-what particular troubles vBrown's
J ron Bitters is good for i
It will Quti Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Diseasf, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purifies and en
riches the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building np
the system, drives out all disease.
: A Lady tMUf, ftieumtkm. I)
1 BaltiiaoreMd., May f, 1880. '
' M jt health wa much (battered by
-' ' - Kkeianafism when I-eamSMiiced
taking Brown's Iron Bitters, and I
scarcely had strength enough to at
tend to my daily household duties,
lam now using the third bottle and I
am regaining strength daily, and I
cheerfully recommend it to alL
I cannot say too much in praise
of it. Mrs. Mary E. Brashbak,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Christiansburg, Va,, 1881.
Suffering from kidney disease,
from which I could get no relief, I
tried Brown's Iron Bitters, which
cured me completely. A child of
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetite and did bo t seem to
be able to eat at all. I gavefaimlron
Bitters with the happiest results.
J. Kvta Montagus.
Heart Disease. L
. YineSt.,Harrisburg, Pa.
Dec 2, 1881.
After trying different physicians
and many remedies for palpitation
of the heart without receiving any
benefit, f was advised to try Brown s ,
Iron Bitters. I have ased two bot
tles and never found anything that
gave me so much relict
Mrs. J km nib Hess.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subject, Brown's Iron
BiTTERSjis invariable. Try it. '
Be sure and get the Genuine.
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Index to New AdverUsements.
Surgical Instruments lost see adv.
Busy Bees To night-see adv.
J. Boessler 4 Co -Notice of Dlsoolutlon
morning -read bis aov.
t3T"Col. Thos. B. Keoeh was in the
The Young Hornet Fire (Com
pany No. 1, will have their first parade
morrow evening at 6:30 o'clock.
E3A large crowd from the citv will
attend the commencement exercises at
St. Mary's College, in Gaston, to-day.
lCapt. Harry Johnson, of the Car
olina Central, resumed his run yester
day after a week's furlough from active
EA call has been issued for a meet
ing of the State Anti-Prohibition execu
tive committee to be held in Charlotte
on the 7th of July.
Mr. Willis Pegram. that popular
Charlotte boy who has, for some time
past, been in business at Richmond, has
returned to our city to stay.
JBf" Miss Bessie Kerr, of Concord.
and Mr. Richard Puryear, of Yadkin,
are visiting the city and are the cruests
of Mrs. Jno. Wilkes.
G3FThe finder of a case of sur&rical
instruments will get a reward by re
turning it as directed in an advertise
dPTo-morrow the Democratic nom
inating convention for the Sixth Judi
cial District, will be held in the court
house of this city.
ISiPPeople who complained a couple
of weeks back about the cool weather,
have been getting their fill of the other
sort the past few days.
BMissfs Carrie and Eva Bryce
with their brother, Mr., John Bryce,
will leave next Tuesday for a pleasure
trip to West Point and other places in
C-Bishop H. P. Northrop, of Wil
mington, passed through the city yes-
teraay, on nis way to sc. Mary's College,
at Garibaldi, where the commencement
B"The dedication of the new cotton
factory of the Messrs. Odell. in Con
cord last Sunday, was a great event in
all respects. Rev. Dr. Craven preached
in the factory to an exceedingly large
J" Gov. Jarvis and wife returned
from Cleaveland springs yesterday
evening on their way to Morehead City
to attend a wedding ; which wedding,
it is said, will be a most fashionable affair.
tW The police yesterday arrested a
negro man named Joe Scott, for beating
his poor old mother. The mayor fined
him $7.50 and not being able to pay it,
he was initiated as a member of the
street chain gang.
t3FMr. Ro. Chambers, the livery man,
has returned from New York. He
bought a five glass landeau, a biand
new carriage, a four horsetms, baggage
and mail wagons and several, minor
things. They will be in his stables here
in a short time.
The Carolina Central excursion
train left yesterday evening for Wil
mington with about forty passengers
from this point. Those who may want
jto follow the excursion to-day, will be
allowed the same rates six dollars for
the round trip.
Hf The school, committee of Dis-
tlictNo. 47, Mecklenburg county, for
the white race, wish to employ a teach
er to teach a five months public school
at Hopewell church. Application can
be made to the committee, or to J as. A.
WCsxjn, clerk of the committee, Hope
CMr. Pitcher, the superintendent
of the St. Catherine mine, requests us
to correct the statemen that the boiler
was carrying 120 lbs steam when it ex
ploded Saturday. He says that three
mi mi too hafnm t.hn pxnlnsinn he looked
at the gauge and itxegjslered 95 lbs. ,
tar" At a meeting of the E. D. Latta
Hose Company No. 6, held last night
business of importance was discussed.
The adoption of the constitution and
by-laws is set for next Monday night,
3d of July, at which a f uliattendance
of the members is requested. The place
of meeting is at the mayor's office.
iSPThe Yoone Ladies' Mission Band
will hold another their sociables at
the residence of Mr. L. W. Sanders, this
Tuesday evening. - from ,8 until 12
o'clock. They cordially invite an tneir
-inAa mi hnnA tn nrnvidft a pleasant
evening's entertainment- tot all who
attend. ' '
The First Blooiri. '
In The Observer mail yesterday
evening was a yellow envelope, post
marked Pineville, and on opening it, a
rpd cotton bloom fell to the table, a
nnte airaed bv Mr. J. A. Yoonts, said :
"Find enclosed a cotton bloom plucked
thi morning, ; 26th inst., by Mr. m. m
Yandle. from his farm in Pineviiie
township." This is the first bloom toearci
from, this year.
Mr. Best's Road Meeting of Stockf
Mr ttpsfc'a North Carolina Midland
railroad, has now nearly reached Smith-
field station and it is expected that tne
iron horse will be hitched at Snlithfield
depot before Saturday, as only two
miles of track are to be laia. v
Tn t.h meantime there is lobe a meet
ing of the stockholders of the Atlantic
and North Carolina Jraiiroaa ac more
haari o.if mi Thursday. 29th ihst be-
fm-i. whifih Mn Best is summoned to ap
pear. It is understood that the meeting
ing will about wind up Mr. Best 8 rail-
account of , his , continued failure tb
come up to nis conu-acb
The Wounded Men. ,
Rerjorts from Messrs. Roarke, Max
ond whPier- the men? who were
so badly burned and bruised by tne
boiler explosion at-'the St Catherine
mine last Saturday, were to. the effect
1 that: the eondition of each of them was
about tne sameryeBirujf
has exhibited sonae Bymptoro that en-
.rtMriikjhA dnfttnn to believe that he
(TteAtxii ttft theWlffscireelyithe
slightest hope for Maiwelt Wheeffcifs
hands are ffraWout1 all semblance
.trn hiihiff utiri shniiid be recover
:Tb tcene el the wrect was viaitea
bvsrteai crowxU Sunday. . There was, a
steady aeara tof , people ;goig4 arid
mitri all hA ftffrnnon. . , , !
Water Works for Raleigh.
Mr. Chas. E. Robinson, the owner of
the reduction works in this city, has
presented a proposal to the mayor and
board of aldermen of Raleigh, to fur
nish that city with water, on almost
the same plan as the Charlotte city
works. This is one thing that Raleigh
needs above all others, and as the mayor
of that city is known to be an enter
prising man, we may soon expect to
hear of work bein. commenced on this
necessary enterprise for Raleigh. Mr.
Robinson's figures are most reasonable,
and no objection can be raised on that
Rev B R Hall, pastor of the Metho
dist church in Statesville, preached in
the Tryon Street Methodist church,
this city, last Sunday morning on "the
crucifixion." It was a most admirable
effort and is very highly spoken .of br
all of the large congregation who heard
Rev. J. T. Bagwell, pastor of the
Tryon Street Methodist church, who is
now enoying the holiday granted him
by his congregation, preached in Shel
by last Sunday.
Rev. Mr. DuBose, a returned mission
ary, delivered a lecture on missionary
work, in the Second Presbyterian
church last Sunday evening to a very
large congregation. The lecture was
entertaining and instructive.
His Money for His Fun.
Ruf us Reid, a colored man who is
employed at Mr. McAden's factory,
came to town Saturday last for the pur
pose of having his usual monthly drunk.
He had fifty-five dollars with him and
went to a colored hotel, where he placed
himself and his money under the care
of a soiled dove named Eliza Poster.
He carried out his cherished idea of
having a good drunk to its fullest ex
tent, and when he waked from his bac
chanalian sleep and ran his shaky hand
into the depths of his trousers pocket to
feel of his roll of money it was not
there. Reid had Eliza arrested and
brought before the mayor yesterday
on the charge of stealing his money,
but the evidence against her was not
sufficient to warrant the charge and she
was dismissed. He stated to the mayor
that it was his habit to come to town
regularly once a month to get drunk,
and unless he did so he was not fit to
work. After this experience he will,
likely, make up his mind to run the risk
of being unfit for work in preference to
having all of his wages stolen from
him, and stay at home.
List of Letters
Remaining in the postoffice, at Char
lotte, N. C, for the week ending June
Aney Armstrong, Albert Allen, Sil-
vay Byars, W A Boyte, A P Brown,
Charlotte Brown, Lottie Beslam, Mary
Blair, Margaret Byrd, Nannie Black,
W S Brown (miller), Mrs Ann Consart,
Katie Dunson, Jack Davenport, Linder
Geathery, Elizabeth Griffin, Mrs S W
Hutchinson, W H Harrison, W P Her
bert, Lee B Henry, Lavinia Hunter, M
N Himes, Nick Hunter, Samuel Hous
ton, Rosetta Harris, Mrs Hagar,
Frank Harris, L Johnson, Node Lipsy,
Mrs S C Lilly, I L Massey, Rufus Miles
T S Myat, J E Moore, A C McMahon,
Emly McGinnis, David and Ellis Mc
Comb, WJS Price (2), Mrs Lizzie Pharr,
Mrs Jane Read, Mrs. Susie A Reid, Lu-
lie Salmund, John Sanders, Stephen
Terry, Mary Torrence, R Tombeson,
Moses Thompson, John G Forney, S E
Wooten, Nelson Withers.
When calling for any of the above
please say advertised.
W. W. Jenkins, P. M.
A Significant Sign:
At the grand union depot in this city,
a large room, unceiled, un plastered and
unadorned, save by , railroad advertise
ments, is allotted for the use of the
sterner sex of all colors and conditions,
who walk in and drop their valises on
the floor and themselves on the benches,
and while waiting for the laggard
train to come in, pass the time in spit
ting tobacco juice at the stove in the
centre of the room, reading the red and
blue railroad posters on the wall, or
calmly dozing the sweltering hours
away. The entrance to the room is in
dicated by this sign :
: WAITING :
: . ROOM. :
The other day when the train was not
ahead of time, not by a couple of hours,
the eternal fitness.of the sign was dis
covered by a wag, who suggested that
a new sign be put up- with "Gentle
men's'' struck out and "Waiting," put
in more conspicuous letters. Lately
the sign has not belied its name and un
less there is an improvement made in
the arrivals of trains, the wag's sugges
tion will not be a bad one.
i m i s
Lincoln and Gaston.
The county convention of Lincoln
met at Lincolnton last Saturday for the
purpose of appointing delegates to the
judicial convention which meets in
Charlotte to-morrow, and for the State
convention which meets in Raleigh on
the 5th of July.
Mr. A.Costner was chairman, and
Mr. John C Tipton secretary. The fol
lowing delegate were appointed: P B
Bess, Dr W A Thompson, T M Foster,
J S Weaver, Jacob Beom, Dr W L
Crouse, Dr E Crowell, H E Ramseur,
S D Burgin, Phillip Carpenter, Col J F
Hoke,R J Shipp, B C Cobb, Jacob
Crooks, T H Cobb, Lawson A Delling
er, A F Brevard, SV Goodson, Jno C
Tipton, R S Bernhardt, W A Graham,
D A Lowe, J W A Paine, Dr C S Roz
elle and D Kincaid.
On motion of Mr R E Rudisill, the
chairman and secretary were added.
On motion of Mr T H Cobb, the sec
retary was instructed to forward these
proceedings to the Charlotte Obser
ver for publication.
The delegates were not instructed.
Gaston's county convention was held
last Saturday and delegates appointed,
but we couldlearn: the names of only
two George F Bason and J Q Holland.
The delegates from3 this "corinty were
not instructed; -7 ' '
JlsheTu)cihs5D i$ I 0 'i f .-' '
JLt the residence of the bride's mother,
bit tha 22d inafc. by the Rev. K W. Sams,
Tn a Tx.MrtPtTS and Miss Julia P.
Proffitt :Mr. McPeeters has - been for
several years connected ,with the house
of Messrs. Graham & Redwood of this
place, and has many friends here who
will be glad to learn that he has taken
tMd imnrtrtjink tn &t List.? and who
wish him and his much joy in the fu
ture. . .... v '
The Baltimore and Ohio, and Rich
mond and Danville Railroads.
The rumor in regard to the sale of
the Richmond and Danville to the Bal
timore and Ohio railroad, is discredited
in the railroad circles of Baltimore,
saythe Sun, which goes on to explain
that the Baltimore and Ohio, through
President Garrett, last August sold its
controlling interest in the Virginia
Midland to the Clyde Syndicate, repre
sented by Mr. John S. Barbour. Under
an agreement made at the time the 2,000
miles of railroad controlled by the
Richmond and Danville system in the
South was to be opened to the Balti
more and Ohio road and to Baltimore
trade. The news, therefore, that the
Baltimore and Ohio bad purchased the
interest they so recently disposed of
was discredited yesterday by railroad
people. President Garrett was at Cam
den Station in the afternoon, and, being
very busily engaged, could not be seen.
In answer to a note sent him asking as
to the truth of the report, Mr. Garrett
sent back the following as a reply:
"There is no change in the relations of
the Baltimore and Ohio road, which are
now based upon the agreement, and
which was explained at the time. That
agreement looked to a large increase-of
the business between the South and
Baltimore. The organization designed
for the increase of this traffic is now
effected, and large results are flowing
from it, and which will be greatly in
creased in the near future. The trade
now extends through the regions em
braced in North and South Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, the entire
Gulf States and the Southwest." A
special dispatch from New York says:
"There is no truth in the report that
the Baltimore and Ohio has obtained
the controlling interest in the Rich
mond and Danville. The latter has
nominally not been a member of the
Southern Railroad and Steamship As
sociation since last fall, but they with
drew formally therefrom about a month
ago. They, however, propose to work
in harmony with the association in the
same manner as the Virginia and Ten
nessee Air-Line has been working sev
eral years past, so that the withdrawal
of the Danville can have no effect on
rates or interchange of business with
any of the roads comprised in the asso
ciation." The agents here of the Rich
mond and Danville syndicate anticipate
no cutting of rates by the withdrawal
of the Richmond and Danville from
the Southern Railway and Steamship
Association, as the only three competi
tive points are Athens, Atlanta and
Hotel Arrivals Yesterday.
Charlotte Hotel Arrivals.
W R' Zimmerman and ladyi Laurel
Hill, N C; J M Pool, Rockingham, N
C; HA Gillespie, NC; E D Worley,
Jr, Monroe ; J J Biggerstaff, Rock Hill ;
R D Ashford, C C Railway ; O P Heath,
Cureton's Store, S C; W F Harris,
Pleasant Valley, S C ; John S Hutchin
son, Boston, Mass ; N R Terry, Winston ;
Kenan C Barrett, Atlanta, Ga; W D
Moore, Hickory ; S H Hilton, county ; T
J Harrold, L M Harrold, Augusta, Ga;
Chas E Walker, New Orleans; W J
Stuart, Martindale, P O, N C; J H
Trimble, Laurinburgh ; N T Lawson,
Atlanta; W R Lee, Richmond; H E
Hams, Harrisburg, Pa; Mrs J G Irwin,
Davidson College ; T C Fries, Charles
ton, S C ; R P Murphy, Lynchburg, Va ;
J C Howie, Pasquotank county, N C,
Central Hotel. J W Oliver, At
lanta; R B Foy, Norfolk; Jno Dodson,
Goldsboro ; Thos B Keogh, Greensboro ;
Holbrook Rion. Winnsboro; J F Gaff-
ney, Gaffneys; Ed McDowell, Spartan
burg; M P Pegram, W B Dowd, J A
Solomons, City ; J H Hill, New York ;
R C Caldwell, Blackstock; W E Gib
son, Washington ; J B Stafford, Robt A
Taylor, Baltimore; W H Fitzgerald,
Monroe ; C W Talcott, Rhode Island ;
Pride Jones, Goldsboro ; E B Springs
A B Gillespie, City ; H Y Mott, Mount
Mourne ; W L Brown, Winston ; Chas
Fite, Gaston county ; A C Lineberger,
Lowell; A L White, Spartanburg; Dr
J G Black, Blacks, S C ; E J Sprinkle,
A Anderson, A B Davis, Washington ;
S Springs, City ; J Y Hood, Davidson
College ; A E Rankin, Baltimore ; A E
Wilson, H P Helper, Miss Minnie B
Helper, Miss Lillie E Helper, Davidson
College ; Jas A Helper, Mrs J A Adams
Texas ; Geo W Douglas, Miss Annie
Douglas, Bennettsville ; D A Mclver,
Jr, St Matthews, S C; Miss Jennie
Williams, Hardeville, South Carolina ;
Wm Flannagan, Garibaldi; John Dor
man, Richmond; George A Beam, San
Bernard, Col ; J S Beam, San Bernard,
Col; Mr and Mrs E W Chaplin, Sayan
nah, Ga ; M D Coff man, New Market,
Va; W H Walker, Augusta, Ga; J W
Burkhead, Concord ; J Mullen, N C ; L
Flanagan, Wilmington ; A B Goodman,
Newton ; A M Rankin, Greensboro ; J
T Alderman, Wilmington; J R Car-
mer, New York; J P Meredith, T J
Shivers, Atlanta; W L Stowe, N C; W
S Moore, Hfckory; H P Northop, Wil
mington ; C J Huske Columbia; Geo E
Read, Augusta ; B B, Blanton, Shelby ;
C V Bostic, Shelby ; Berry Binford and
wife, Monroe; R H Baker, Dahlonega;
Thos Bernard, R B Dunn, Columbia; J
C Cobb, Lincolnton ; Jas W Dennark,
Raleigh ; C C Eskridge, A B Suttle, W
L Dawson, Shelby ; Thos J Jarvis and
wife, Raleigh ; Jas Mason, Yorkville, S
Some Respectable Bulbs.
The biz onions mentioned Sunday
were nothing at all. Mr. Frank Snider
sends us one which measures 15 inches
around and weighs one pound and a
quarter, and Mr. J. A. Younts, of Fine
ville, sends us one which measures 14
inches in circumference. We have but
One enemy in the world and we have
long desired to see him flee the country.
He has a failing for onions and we are
going to make him a present of these
Bound to Stay at- Smithville.
To the Editor oi the Observer.
Being a victim my self I wish to warn
the good people of Charlotte, when they
come to Smithville on that, big excur
sion., to make : their, arrangements to
stav here until frost. The Place is srood
enough, the bathing is fine, the climate
charming, tne ttotei urunswicK ail
right, but there is one bad feature
about the place; the people who come
here for dinner want to stay all day ;
those who come for a day want to stay
a "week ; and the weekly boarders want
to remain the whold summer. - -
The intelligent gentleman ' who pre
sides at Uncle Sam's signal station here
explains it all on scientific principles.
and says it is . all coming out in the
lieraicu 4. snow wnat it is irom ex
perience. .The climate 4si just perfect
It could not be improved. But as your
excursionists will be nere soon let tnem
judge for themselves, , : ' : '
. .- f - Palmetto.
: SmlUrritielir. (X, June 23d, 1882. f ,
II ARRETS BY TELEGRAPH
JUKE Z6, 1882
WruDHSTOH SDlrlts Turpentine firm, at 43e
Rosin firm, 81 56 for strained; S1.62VS for good
strained. Tar firm, at S2.80. Ciude Turpentine
steady, at $1.50 for hard; $2 75 for yellow dip;
$2.75 for virgin.
Bat.ttmork-noon Flour steady and unchanged:
Howard street and Western super $8 25S84.00;
ertra $425$8 50; family $5.50$7.00: City
Mills, super $4.2tS)$4.00; extra $4.25ffi$4.75;
Rio brands $7 25$7.87. Wheat Southern
steady and firm; Western higher; Southern red
$1.33&$1.38; amber 81.38QSl.40; No. 1 Mary
land 81.44$! 46; No. 2 Western winter red
spot, $1.41ttS1.41i. Oorn southern firmer;
Western higher and active; Southern white 94;
Southern yellow 83.
Baltimore night- Oats, steady and firm:
Southern 60tt2; Western wnlte 62S63; mixed
6l62; Pennsylvania 61363- Provisions -firm;
mess pork,$20.75$22.25. Hulk meats-shoulders
and clear rib sides, packed 1011W.
Bacon -snouiaers llVi; clear no sides 4V;
hams 15U316. Lard refined 13 Coffee
firm; Rio eargoes ordinary to fair 891A. Sugar
-uuiet: A soft 0. Whisker lower, at SI. 16.
Chicago -Flour dull and nominal. Wheat-
active, firm and higher; No. 2 Chicago spring
$1 34I4S1.35 for eash and June; $1.35 for July.
corn strong and higher, at 74ife for cash and
June; 74 for July. Oats excited and higher,
at 54 for cash; 64V4 for June; 4910)4914 for
July. Pork strong and higher, at $21.621Q
$21.65 for cash and July. Lard strong and
nigner, at 9ii.8Ut2$ii.zft ior casn; 5fii.82vs
for July. Bulk meats strong and higher; shoulders
$9.50; short ribs $12 65; short clear $13.00.
wnisKey steaay, at $1.14.
Galveston Steady; middling 12Utc: tow mid
dling llc: good ordinary 1114c; net receipts
112; gross 112; sales 2o0; stock 5.574; ex
ports coastwise ; to Great Britain : to
continent ; to France ; to channel
Norfolk 6 teady ; middling 12c; net receipts
14: eross 14: stock 4.964: exports coast
wise 719; sales 37; exports to Great Britain
; to continent .
Balttji ORK Steady ; middling 12 tic; low mid
dling llVi: good ordinary 10 c; net receipts 84:
gross 1,434: sales 50; stock 16.980; exports
coastwise 240; spinners ; exports to Great
Britain 4,lo4; to continent .
Boston-Quiet; middling 123fec; low middling
12c; good ordinary lllfec; net receipts 241:
Suss 453; sales : stock 8 350; exports to
re at Britain ; to France .
Wilmington Firm . middling 123&c;low mid
dling 11 5-1 6c; good ordinary 10 7 16c; receipts
1; gross ij sales ; stocs B3; exports
coastwise : to Great Britain ; to
Philadelphia Firm ; middling 12Vfec, low
middling 12c: good ordinary 11c: reoHnt net
40: gross 303; sales ; tok 14,906; ex
ports Great Britain ; to continent ,
Savannah Steady; middling llc; low mid
dling llfec; good ordinary 10c; Det receipts
369; gross 369; sales 50; stock 5,121;
exports coastwise 508: to Great Britain ;
to France ; to continent .
Nsw Orleans - Quiet; middling 12c; low
middling 12c: gooo ordinary lli&c; net receipts
277; gross 510; sales 1,000; stock 67,151:
exports to Great Britain ;to France ;
coastwise ; to continent ; to chan
MOBLLR-Qulet; middling 12c; low middling
1156c; good ordinary 11c; net receipts 62;
gross 62: sales ; stock 3,890: exports
coast 12; France ; to Great Britain ;
to continent .
Memphis Firm middling 12ic; low mid
dling llc; good ordinary lOc: net receipts
89; gross 89; shipments 123; sales 200;
Augusta Pult; middling llc; low mid
dling 11 14c; good ordinary 10c: reoelpts 3;
shipments ; sales 13.
Charleston-Quiet: middling 12; low mid
dling llE&c; good ordinary 114c; net receipts
402; gross 402 sales 25; stock 7,412;
exports ooastwlse 745; to Great Britain ;
to continent ; to France ; to chan
New Tore Firm; sales 406; middling up
lands 1214c; middling Orleans 12V&c; con
solidated net receipts 1.678; exports to Great
Britain 7.115; to France ; to continent
4,249; to channel .
Liverpool Noon Easier; middling uplands
6d; middling Orleans 7 l-16d; sales 10,000;
speculation and exports 1,000; receipts 2,500;
American 2.200. Uplands low middling clause:
June delivery 49-64dQ)6 48 64d; June and July
6 49 64d6 48-4d6 49 64d; July and August
6 49 64d; August and September 6 51-64d;
September and October 6 45 64d6 44-64d8i-6
45-64d; October and November ; No
vember and December 6 30-64d; December and
January . Futures steady.
Liverpool -5 P. M. Sales of American cotton
7,000 bales. Uplands low middling clause: June
delivery ; June and July ; July
and August ; August and September
6 51-64d: September and October 6 44 64d; Oc
tober and November ; November and
December ; December and January ; Jan
nary and February . Futures closed
New Tors Net receipts
Futures closed firm; sales 96.000 bales.
. New Tore.
Four and a half per cents,
Four per cents,
State bonds generally dull
Sub-treasury balances Gold
" " Currency....
Stocks Irregular and closed ffi2
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5
Alal tama Class A, small
Alaliama Class B, 5's
Alabama- Class c. 4's
Chicago and Northwestern
Chicago and Northwestern preferred,
East Tennessee ,
Louisville and Nashville
Memphis and Charleston
Nashville and Chattanooga
New York Central
Richmond and Allegheny
Richmond and Danville
South Carolina Brown Consols,
Wabash, St. Louis A Pacific.
Wabash, St Louis & Pacific preferr'd
Western Union. -
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Office op The Observer, (
Charlotte, June 27, 1882. f
The market yesterday closed steady at the fol
Good Middling 12
8trictly middling, 11
Strict low middling 11
Low middling. 118-16
Storm cotton 5ffi7Vb
Sales yesterday 34 bales.
Notice of Dissolution.
THE firm of J BOESSLER & CO., has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent, t'apt J.
Roessler c ntiuuftK the business at the old stand
and Is authorize. 1 to settle all claims for and
against the old Qrw. J. ROE3SLER,
an27 3t A 8CHIFF.
THE BUSY BEES
"VF St. Peter's Chuieb i. vite their friends to an
J entertainment at Capt. Wilkes' residence on
Tuesday evening, June 27tn, from to lip m
Admission 10 cents.
LOST yesterday evening, In Third street ron
he Air Line track, a pocket case of Surgical
Instmments red morocco cover. A liberal re
wv d will be paid for the return of the case to the
3un27 OBSERVER OFFICE.
A new supply of goods, including
HOSIERY, LACES, EDGINGS, LINEN COLLARS,
. HASDXIBCHLXFSi Ac, Ac
; Also FRUIT JARS, quarts and gallons:
C. M. ETHEREDGE;
; J "Variety Store,' under Traders' Mat Bank.
Our Large Business necessitates very early prepara
tions for the Coming Seasons, hence we are now making
extensive preparations for the Coming Fall.
As we still have quite a Stock of SUMMER GOODS
and must have the room, we will offer our entire well as
sorted Stock for the Next Sixty Days at such
BED UGED and LOW PRICES
as will leave no doubt upon the mind of the purchaser
that he lias obtained
AN UNRIVALLED BARGAIN.
This is no sensational advertisement, but we mean bust
ness. Everybody is aware that our Stock embraces all
the needs of the people of this country and we can furnish
a complete outfit for both sexes and all ages.
WITTKOWSKY k MM,
Dry Goods Dealers mi Clothiers.
JT TTJ" ET JEn T3? IHI
TBI GREATEST BARGAINS
WE HAVE EVER OFFERED,
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