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CHAJ8. H. JONES, Editor and Proptor.
XsnrnzD atths Postoftigi at Chablottj, N.
0., as Sxoomd class MA.TTKB1 "
4 TUESDAY, DEC 12, 1882.
TOBACCO TAX AtilTATIOlf . -
' , " ' - Bills haye already, been"" introduced
i n both vHo'uses of Congress ipr tbe
i v total 'or uartial aponuon. or mwrnai
revenue, the Dills lor partial auouuon
continuing the tax '; on spirits and to
C bacco though looking to & reduction in
both instances. In nearly every Congress
' for the past several years there has been
more or less Idiacnssioh' on :the 1 reduc-
tion of the tax on, tobacco, and but very
.little in the way of reduction has been
i effected Numerous petitions have al
ready been sent on to Congress to pro-
ceed in this matter, with all the nis
' patch' consistent with due considera
tion of the subject, that manufacturers
and- dealers may hot be left in uncer-
' talnty, and their, business injured by a
needless continued agitation. .
Of course it cannot be expected nor
is it to be desired that legislation on a
subject so important as this be rushed
through without due thought and con
sideration, but it is to be desired that it
- be dealt with in a business like way,
.and be disposed of without any unnec-
essary t delay.There re millions of
dollars inyested in this business and
millions of dollars paid annually to the
" Government in taxes, and while the
agitation lasts whether there will
, bo anv ' reduction f in the tax,? or
- the reduction will be remains in
- doubt, manufacturers and dealers are
at sea, prices for seller and buyer are
affected, and the whole business disar
ranged and thrown into a disastrous
condition of uncertainty, no one know
ing what to do, where to begin or where
to stop. : ;
While a reduction of tax is desirable
a nd anxiously looked for, the manuf ac-
. , turer would infinitely prefer to pay the
present tax and continue to pay it
- rather' than sustain the loss inflicted
upon him by the consequences of pro
longed discussion ; let those interested
in the subject, and who understand it
"f thoroughly, " be advised with by the
' committee in charge of bills providing
V for reduction a suitable bill be framed,
J presented and passed with as few long
winded; speeches on it as possible.
Speeches as a rule have very little ef-
feet in either passing or killing meas-
ures, but they do have' much effect in
' killing valuable time, and thus do more
: harm than good, especially when vital
business questions are involved.
V : CALLING FOR THE NAMES.
. Congressman Wise, of Virginia, in
troduced a resolution in the House yes
terday calling for the names of all ap
pointees to internal revenue places for
ninety days preceding the last election,
the amount of salaries they drew, how
many of them still remain on the pay
rolls, - and at whose instance the ap
pointments "were made. While the
scope of this resolution is general, it is
undoubtedly aimed at Mahone, the ob
ject being to ascertain in an official way
the number of political appointments
made to help the Beadjuster boss to
play his game successfully. It will be
interesting reading to the public, and
will give some idea of the peculiar
modes pursued about election time by
the Republican bosses, especially in the
South. To what extent these special
appointments were made during the
past campaign we do not know, but we
do know that in this and other South
ern States at every previous election of
national or State importance large
numbers of men were appointed, placed
on the pay rolls, and drew their salaries
regularly, rendering little or no service,
the object of their appointment being
solely to secure their political influence,
and to have them work for. the party."
yrhis is a notorious fact well known to
every one one in this sectionbut its
full extent and true inwardness has
never been fully exposed.' This resolu
tion of Mr Wise will do something in
this way and if honestly responded to
will furnish some interesting reading
for people who pay taxes. t. r i:d
Mr. J. S. Tomlinson. editor of the
Piedmont Press; is a candidate for en
grossing clerk of the State Senate. -
Mr. E, M. Oliver, a prominent citizen
.of Caswell county, died at Milton last
Tuesday. ; . A.: -
.Gen; Stoneman.'l Governor 'elect Of
I-: California, has appointed Mr.' Dam his
private secretary. ' V "
"The Wilson Advance nominates Mr;
county, for reading clerk of the -State
Senate,- t. . 'it
The Wilmington Review, which was
recently discontinued: as a morning
paper; will be continued as an evening
paper. ''ZZ.. , , ; '
Secretary Teller finds that the war
dances, sun'- dances) and. scalp dances
are demoralizing to the Indians,' and
wants the Commissioner of Indian Af
fairs to prevent' them. When would
? theob'le red 'man'flnd - solace if de-
v prived of his dances ?' 7 -v
The report Of Superintendent J. H.
.Mills, of the Oxford Orphan Asylum,
states the remarkable fact that;, among
, the 187 children in the Asylum the past
year there had not been one death, nor
a. serious case of illness. This fact in
Itself 'shows that the children .in that
institution must be admirably: cared
for, and reflects no Tittle credit upon
- the management of Jhe superintendent,
j, whose charge is a labor of loveV most
ably and devotedly performed.
Loaa and NFitz JhnTorter-8ier
?: laaa's TariflCRerenne 1 pcherne
' Washinqton; Dec 11. Logan said
yitd a sreporter; to-day tWno asked him
- about the pfospects ttT the Fitz 'Johh
-Porter relief bill: shall oppose it as
( loug as I live," and vin I response ? to a
suggestion. that friends of the -measure
. would be strongly reinforced with Gen.
- Grant's inflaenfo. addftd.: T shall jf
uunjuaiuioMuie. cb nag no vote li
wo Qounbe, uu x uuuoc u us Knows wn
."rndre about the case than ahvohn aIiiaj
, . The Senate finance committee to-day
considered he? internal revenue bin in
connection with an amendment sub-'
4nwi rrom unoouDtea autnority.tbat;
. member of the committee to ' the "plan
. kuocv ouerman oi; appenaing asj;"v?',wUiHoKavB qouce oi amo
. " "uouumBnt want internal revenue-i-!WAW' WiWW4t $1 ? i
' bu. a. proposition ;tofevisevtile:tarlll, I i The TJ, S. Senate VMtAniifn4A
' ana, that tso iuxJbr u -tuintii k
- i il. IL ucter ot revision,
----- - - w vsm wuw . ay ovum nuu
individual views rather than t rornparty
prejudice, policy or bia ,.f u b 5i
CITIL SERVICE COJUINU TO THE
, FRONT. . , ,
The Senate Refases - to vlndefinitelr-
Postpone, the "Consideration of the
. Bankrupt 7- Law, and Adopts ' the'
' Lowell BU1--BU1 Day in the .Hoiue,'
Some Radieal, Changes Proposed .for
the Election of President, Tice rrei
i -dent and Members ot CongressJ
f Washington,' iDea, liiSBArca..
President ; laid before .the Senate a let
ter from the Secretary f War relating
to the United States property kaown
as the hospital and grounds at r Wil
mington,' N. C. .'.Referred to committee
on military affairs. X V'k
f nhii.Att. Vftat. ITan Wyok, Ingalls,
Harrison, Sherman and Sewell present-1
ed petitions in tavoroi an increase jn
pensions to one-armed and one-legged
soldiers. ISeferredothe committee on
pensions. ? -i ir w ! J.
Morgan, from the Public Lands Com
mittee,' reported favorably without
amendment a bill to exclude public
lands, in Alabama from the , operation
nf the laws relating to mineral Lands.
Hawley, from the Committee on Civ
11 Service Reform reportecLwith amend
ments, a bill introduced by him on SaU
urday, to prevent, omcers ana employes
'M A. 1 : A. 11 A
oi me government xrom coiiequ.ug suu-
flcripuona or assessments -rrom eacn
otheri and for other pttrposes, ahd gave
notice that when the Pendleton '.Civil
Service bill should come up for consid
eration.1 he would , offer this as an addi
tional section. One of the committee
amendments makes it a crime, and pre
scribes therefor a penalty, for any per
son to enter a public building fur the
purpose of levying contributions or as
sessments trom cierxs or oiner, em
At the close of the morning hour the
Senate took up the unfinished business,
the Bankruptcy, bill, the question being
on Brown's motion, made Saturday, to
postpone the subject indefinitely. The
Senate refused, by a. vote of 34 to 26. to
postpose indefinitely, and by a vote of
34 yeas to 30 nays adopted the "Lowell
bill,' introduced hy Hoar as a substitute
for tne one repot tea dv ingalls from tne
committee on tne J uaiciary.
On motion of Sherman the Bank
ruptcy bill (tne "..Lowell $M" was
sent to the Committee on the Judiciary
for revision. i
Pendleton moved to take up his
Civil Service bill. V
Voorhes and Brown opposed the mo
tion. The latter preferred to wait
until after the, next Presidential elec
tion to see whether we could not have
a better Civil Service bill enacted by a
Democratic congress ana-a Democratic
Presidents ith a fair division of officers.
The motion to tafceup Pendleton's
bill was carried. .Yeas 44 Nays 16.
At Sewell's request Pendleton agreed
to have the bill laid aside inform ally
that the Senate might take up the Pitz
j onn Porter urn.
Logan objected and insisted that
Civil Service bill should be first dispos
ed of. Sewell asked him to consent to
take up the Porter bill to morrow. Lo
gan declined, so the Pendleton bill re
mained before the Senate but was tem
porally laidaaide to take up a bill to re
leieve an Arkansas railroad. This bill
was indefinitely postponed Executive
Hotjsu Belmont of New York, a
member of the committee of foreign
affairs presented his views on the Nic
araugau canal question and they were
ordered printed. "
Townsend, of ills., onerea a resolu
tion reciting that it is alleged thatcer-!
tain existing railroad lines of transporta
tion have entered into combination for
the purpose of preventing the construc
tion of- competing roads into the Ter
ritories and through the States thereby
establishing monopoly ia transporta
tion and directing the committee on
commerce to report a bill prohibiting
and punishing suh combinations.
Stiafttrf-Minnesota, objected to the
present consideration and it was re
ferred to the Committee on "Commerce.
Under the call of States the following
bills were introduced and referred.
By Waitj of Connecticut, providing
that no further purchases of silver shall
be made by the Secretary of the Treas
ury, or standard silver dollars coined
until the number of such dollars
whether the property of the United
States or held for redemption of silver
certificates shall be reduced to 60,000,000.
By Ellis, of Louisiana, to .authorize
the State of Louisiana to' "establish
quarantine, stations to inspect
disinfect vessels and to collect inspec
ion fees also for construction of float
ing. hospitab in conjunction with U ni
ted States marine hospital at New Or
leans. " w
By Covingtonrof Maryland, prohibit
ing the use of the capitol for any but its
legitimate purposes, directed against
the holding of fairs, balls, &c, in the
capitol rotunda.1 '
By Crapo, of Massachusetts, extend
ing until May lithlSSS.'the time for
filing ' claims before the court of com
missioners of the Alabama claims.
By Pibbrell, of Tennessee, to abolish
internal revenue 'taxes, and to allow a
rebate on whiskey and tobacco, also to
rednce the SDecie in the treaanrv to on
hundred and fifty million dollars, by re
quiring tne secretary or -tne treasury to
pay: out silver dollars. for the current
expenses of the eovernment. a '
II By Springer of .Illinois, proposing a
constitutional amendment relative to
the election of r President, Vice ; Ptesi-
ient, and i members jof - Congress. It
fixes - the term .of President and Vice
President at six yiears," and makes the
iresident ineligible: to election for the
next succeeding term.abolishes the elec
toral college, and-provides-for a direct
vote for resident. - an
By Wise,f Virginia, a resolution
calling for information from the secre-
retary of thetreasury as to the number
and names of internal revenue-em-4
ployees,appointed80 days preceding the
seventh of November last,? and the
namea.pf -persons on whose recommen-
datioh-they.were appointed, the amount
oi compensation allowed to and duties
performed .hy r each appointee, and
whether the persons so appointed are!
'still carried on t.ha na? rnlla. ri i
The Speaker, announced the follow-?
ing committee appointments: BisbeeV
oi Jb ionaa, on select committee on the
law respecting the election of Presi-
Lynch, coL of Mississippi, on education
and labor and militia : Mackev. of South
Carolina," on public healtatand i manu'
ractures; Smalls; col, of South Carolina,
on agriculture and militia; Shelley, Of
Alabama, on patents and expenditures
in the postoffice department; Eeese, of
Georgia, on coinage, weights and meas-
uwingtos municipal troubles " the
Legislatateof Alabama ias Revoked
the ; eharterroP Opelika. Therewere
two factions who claimed the' -city
offices' ana neither would recopnizA th
I authority of the other. This led to fre-
quem; orous ana to oiooashedi and in'
the interest of law and order the ) char-
-Wr was revoked until someiatisf actory
uuuorBwmuinz xment nn reacnea.
The Supreme Court at Washington'
yesreraay reruseo; xgranc tne motion
w .auvauue tne cases or j onnson nay
good, Controller ot the State of South
Carolina, et aL aiainst A. D. Williama
et jal,tnd Kttott assignees of the Blue
Ridge Railroad Company.on the ground
that there was no necessity for the mo-
wuii, hs ime case was ampiy pTonaea
iur uy appeals,. , i
' James; Fllaliov. of Edcrefirfd.'fi
recovered a judgment in tbeTJ 3 Circuit
1 US ixewx dk yesieraay, ror $20
I gennett, of the Herald, for fclahde?
rannmKprnf ai r
ivw .macKenzie to sue Urizadier Gen
- jtnto-s Xoothache Drops cure In'til
A.United States Sapteme Caart Decls-
, , ion About Cotton Ties. ", .
Washington. Dec. 11. A decision
was rendered in the Supreme Court of
the United States to-day- in the caset.
"ArS. 'Baxiger;colledr:-of 3custon-f-
tUO UUlll VlXlcn myj.iua, m
Laalett Co;in which theconttoyersy
relates tQ.tne proper amy .ta.e cpuecte.
nn imnnrtfitl cotton ties. Xne COUTt
held that cotton ties each consisting of '
atf 'iron strip and an iron oucsie im
ported in bundles, each; bundle consist
ing of SO i strips and . SO , buekles,: each
strip 11 feet lone, and the Jwhole black-i
ened,are subject to a duty- of Si per J
cent, ad mtorcm; as, manutactures jor
i mn . ti ni hth r w 1 sa provided for dnder
schedule E, eetibh2Bei1sedSU
utes, not to a duty oi; one ana one-nail
cents per pound under said schedule as
bahd, hobp and scroll iron.- The "ques
tion as to whether articles were subject
to some other rate of ; duty than one of
those two, not having" beenraised on
the trial, in court below, cannot be
raised by" plaintiff in error in this court
The judgment of ' the circuit court is
affirmed Opinioh ifby ;: Justice,, Blatch-
ford. y'.' -r: .-voi i lJ-':
Governor Stephens Pardons Cox.
Atlanta. Ga., DeVllU-To-daiy Gov-
hernor Stephens issued a -pardon to Cap
tain -JEd. oox, sentenced to Mite impris
onment in x the penitentiary' for the
murder of Col. Robert A. Alston at this
place in.,1879. I
,T,hn..mnrflArAT'' atrial' created pro
found sensation owing to the promi
nence of the partiesv i. j
Railroad Depot Fired. '-.
' Nobfolk; VAf-Dec. 11. An incen
diary" fire at, Boykinson the Seaboard
& ,Boanoke -ailroad,ye8terday, de
stroyed a warehouse- and other depot
buildingsittogether' Witblthe contents! I
WAsaiKaTONrPec.' 11. Middle At
lantic, rait weatner, north westto south
westrWinds, higher, f olio wedjby falling
If Souths AtlanlwS'f air jyeather; north-
westindsrhecomihg variable, slight
changes in temperature, higher barom
eter on tne tsoast.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
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I ? " DECEHBSB 11,1883. i
DoariiTic. " : .
v NAVAL BT0KE8.
- CmABLasTOH Spirits Turpentine quiet and low
er, sales at 47 13. Bosln, steady; "trained and
good strained 8l.40. - '
WmraeTOM-Splrtts Turpentine steady, at
Bosln strained steady, At 1.85;r rood strained
rinii. at S1.42U.. Tar steady, at SI. 85. Grade
Turpentine steady; at HL5Q lor hard; 82,50 Ipr
yeUowmn. , r
. ji jk
BiLTiMOBS-ROOH Floor, dulet and lower to sell:
Howard -Street and Western saperS3.169S3.65:
extra S3 75S4.50; family S4.76SS5 76: City
Mills super, 83.60884.00; extra S4.260S6.86;
Bio Brands S6.7& Wheat Southern steady;
Western firm and Inactive: Southern rad S1.08&
1.08; amber fl.OGaai. 14; No. 1 Maryland SI. 10
1.10M; Mo 2 Western winter ted spot Sl4)7Vr
CS1 071. Uom Southern n'cr her: Western sOone
and higher; Southern white 62070; yellow 7a
Baltwors 'HISHT Oats, hisher: aontharn
48Q48; Western white 46S48r mixed 42C&46;
Pennsylvania 43S48. Provisions unsettled and
quiet; mess pork, S19.76. Bulk meats-shoulders
and clear rib sides packed, gyi 10 Bacon
saoaiQera iiw; eiearnosiaes I am; nams 14V
316. Lardreoned 121A. Coflee higher and
siroDg; Klo eargoee--orctuiary to fair 6SAa74.
Butrar lower and duU; A soft 8. Whiskey
steady, at SL18 Freights gnlet.
CXHcnofATi Flour. In fair demand ana flrms
famny S4.20OS4 60; fancy S4.76aS5.26. Wheat
firmer; no. 2 red winter 98. Con active, firm
and higher, at 66O66 lor spot; 66tfe for Decem-
ter. 4iata-stronKer. at 40t240 Lard-easler.
at Siatt& Pork -eauler, at SI 8.00. Bulk meats
easier; shoulder. 7; clear ribs 914. Baoen
easier; shomden Hi,; nos ii; clear I
Whiskey in good demand and lower, at tl.l
Suxar la- fair demand: hards OlifflflJa. Hoes
qmet; common ancT light S6 250S6.85; packing
and butchers S620etS636. Receipt ,700;
ahlpmenu 1,800. ! ,
CD0A8O Flour, steady and unchanged. ' Wheal
qul-t and firm; Bagular, V4Vk tor Peeember;
959 954 tor January; No. 2 red winter 95t;
No. 2 Chicago prlng 94'A; No. 8 Chicago spring
77; Beected 61. Oorn - In fair demand and
lower. at56i& for cash; 64S56 for December.
Oats -steady and firm, at 37& tar cash 87 for
LecemDer. nogs ami, weaK ana lower, at oi
0)7. Pork unnetUed attd lewer, at S17 80O-
S 17.40 for cash: Sl7.803S17.85 for Peeember
I7.4ttlfctf8l7.60 for January -j Lard -in fair
demand ana lower. at 810.(56 for easn; Si 0.621V
asi U.00 zor uecemoer ana January, aam meats
-steady and uuchanged; shoulders 9 "S; short
rib $9.30; short eiear S9.66. Wh4fcss -steady
COTTON. '- : ' ;
ivmTOT-Flrm: mWdllni 1 nlo: low KiMinr i
Wat: eoed ordinary 9Ums: net raenints kK; i
gross 8312 sales 780; stock 1 15,846; sxports
to eoastwise 98; Great Britain 7,689; to eon-!
ttnent -p-jto Franoe,4,86S; to channel .
OBOLk BteadT: mlOdllnc 10c:' oat p!nt
6,480; gross 6,480; stock 83,782; exports soast-1
wiw l,488i sales 1.674; exnoru to Sraai Britain
3,42 1 ; to continent 910. - 1 .
BaLtcmokb Quiet, middlln lOUc: low miT-
dllng 9c; good ordinary Co; net receipts !
810; gross 8. 106; sales 300 stock 14,746; expons
soasswise 70. spinners 200; exports to (treat
Britain 5.380; te- continent
BosKHSateady; mtddnna 10iie: low mlddltmt
1014c; good ordinary. 9 Vic; net receipts 862;
S -oss 3,80; sales : stock 2310; export to
reat Britain ir to France . ......
WruOHOTOg Steady; mld'c 9 15-1 fie: lim mid.
dling 91-160; good ordinary 8c. net raeeipta
1.012; grass 1.012: sales : stock 17.285s- ex
ports eoastwise 2,168; to.r rsat . Britain 1.776::
to continent .
Pmr.Anwr.PMU Firm ; middling 10c . low mid
dling lC4kQ; KOOd ordlnarv Olbe: rnrint nt
8l2;groM 762; sales - ; stock 7.287s ex
perts ureat Britain ; to continent.--. .
UAVAiraAa Quiet ' and Irregular; middling
9 11-1 6c; low mtdaling 9o: aooo onMuarv 8o;
net receipts 7,881 1 grosn 731; sales 1,600;
stock 99,642; exports to eoastwise 3,129 to ttreat
Britain ; to France ; to oontlnent
8,000. i,i prjt.Ms.- .f.xj'-i ! Buf4'"
Rxw-Ohlhahs Steady; -.middling 10c; low
nldaling c; (rood ordinary 9svet receipts
17,029; groM 18 791; sales 9 B50; stock 279,843;
ekports to Wrest Britain 17.755; to Franee ;
eoastwise 8,875; to continent : to chan
nel . f ..l'S-it.U:k .i ?. I
MoBn-Steady; middling e4c; low middlin
9Vo. good ordinary 9icj net receipts 2,l8u
gross 2142: saleslMXh stock 28 4861; exports
eoastwise 1,250; to France J toSreaf Britain
; to continent " . i
XMBipiis-iFiifeSdditogB low middling
gross 6,836; shipments 6,357; sales 8,450;atock
AoeosTi Quiet; middling 9c; low mWdltog
Wfeor good: ordinary 8t4c: roesipta 1,076; Bhlp-ments-
V CHABLxsroH-Quiet; jnlddltng 10lc; low mid
9e; good ordinary , 01:; net f reeelpti
4.835; gross 4.835 sales 1.000; stock 109398:
expons eoastwise 2,91 1; la Oreaf Britain L
to continent 6,746; to franco rr s to cnan-
.ar.JiOTJistmn and steady; middling 9 18-1 6d;
low mlddllnt 97-16c; good ordinary 6 15-1 60;
T-Qalet; sales 895 baesmlddlmg
opiand 10 7-160. middling" Orleans I0e: con-
wiraatea nwreceipis 4W.Z14; exports to Great
fptopl 86,863; to France 4.884; t& eontlnent
Bnw Tobk Wet -receipts 737;
m uii ,ioBca oareij sieaoji saies 1;
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Fxchangd,-. j js
eiate tjonas nsgiectea; : "
BUD-treasury-oaiaoces old, il 4 $106,752
'"i MM'' Mtorrenoy, M'f-ii t 4,642
: Tuiosea onerea at . . - 1. . ... 1
2 Stocks Somewhat irregular, bltfnsraUy'tne
t aoama-Masa am to 5, i i I h .-J , : 83
Alabama Class A, rnauV"M-J: t si t84
Aiaoama-Class B, 5's, ; t i: rl0li.!
jLiaoama mass v, 4's. -; - : :! ,1 , 5 .
.Chicago and Northwestern,,.- ;iir :fl1.87'
Chicago and Northwestern Creferredl -1138 h
B'Teimeasee. ! . .
. ' ' . 1 : t - - ti
i:emphis and Charleston. -: v,i T.f j
MjujsTine ana ivasnTIlTe. r i rt it - 61
: : s ii 1 rile
t t is
i-n nuu uanvuie,. s j i ta
lock Island. - : t.' '-' ? , SS
F'mth Carollia Brown Connniii r i . t? 5 -
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i4nuaiwimanra sv awi awjb a i
New fives, i, ' s ' : V-,; I i 1.03 j
Four and a half per cents, ,f J 'li814
Four per cents,'., rT,v j ' j 'j. 1.2o3
Money. V ""fV r'fc s' ? I Vn"
m. - u,'- ,!.' a wfw
V&ba: , rj. Lo?-' i and Pacl'e, : - v .
y aba j., fc-u. Lou and Faciuc, preferred,
veau-a Union. ; - s :
United States 3's, t : - t - t f
Geoila ', s : -:vs : -Creorgla
7'b. morteaxe,. t. i. ; .
Georgia. golO, ; i i - s ' v .
oaisiana ConsoTa. r - t s --
rWortli CarollDa's, r t i" 'tr-s
Torth Carolina's, special tax,
leuoessea os -.,;,: ,s
Tennessee, new, -; t - : '
Virginia 6s, : iy.f f
Virginia, consolidated, i : .
Virginia,' deferred, t s
Adams'. XxDresa 1 1 r,ft',-i''"
i - t
t 23 -i
-amenean Ixpross, ii
vueaapeaae ana uuw. ; i , ,-.! - . 'jt
Chicago's. Louis and Maw Orleans, -! 4f-i
vonsoivoat, t-t 't-: s
Delaware and Ladcawana, ,. i s;; t -Fort
Wayne.' , s ' : ' ' i r- t 1 t
Hannibal and St Joseph,5 i -ij i n t
Harlem. - i
Manhattan EleTated. : v-:
HetropoBtan Elevated, f
Mienlgan Central, ; v.:
MooUe and Ohio, , :
New Jersey Central, "i-
'V It I 70
Norfolk and Western, preferred.
Mew lork Klerated, . i t: a i .- :
Ohio and Mississippi,. . -r x., i 9QW
Ohio and MtoslsslppJ, relerred, ' f-s , J 94
Pacific Hall, 1 . t - 'f4 ? 88
Panama, .t :t ', s tt sflMll
uoicksllvet, c :- : I
Quicksilver, preferred, t
Keadln?., 1 c : :
8t Lotus and San Francisco, - : s i
8t.lraia, Bwf erred, ;iH:Kt :
Bt. Louis 4 SanrancUoo, 1st preferred,
Texas Paclflc, t.i kt'Cjiio : :
Union Paciae, -. i - t ,.,;..,., :
United States Express, - 5 t :
WeUsFarBO, . 1 1 '-t: ' " i a
Bid, i.' fLast t)ld..i0ffd. Xx. Ply.
ODTTOB. ( '
LirsrwiooFlnn Blddang ' Uplands
S 16-16d; middling Orleans, Slfed; sales 10.000;
peculation and exports 1,000; receipt 6,700;
AmriMLn fi.4K0." ublands -low uMdlma aiansa:
Peeember delivery S R6-64d05 66 644; December
and January 6 66-64d; January. and Febraary
69-64d05 57-o4d; jreoruary ana nsren r &7-4a
areh and AnrH 6 6 64d : April and Uay R 62-4d
and July 8 4-64dffa 6-64dS6 4-64d, July and
August e g 64d; August and September ft l24d,
Ijraroai 1.80 r. k. Bales American eotton
7.300. Unlands low mlddHnflr elaose: Peoember
f deilrery-B 5r Wd; Jannar and rebmary 6 R-64d;
Karen ana Apm n 68-04dtc5 6JH54a; k Jiay ana
JanjBda(5l4d. r . . j - - ,
-;-- ' OlTKB OT Tll OBKBStiB, '
s. r CfeiBLorn, Dfoeiabei 12. 1882..1
The market yesterday closed nrm at thetol
lowing onotatlons: n -. : , r
Strict low wiltMltm; . ' 7 Sfi
Low middling...... Pita ': ..
Tinges,. ................ . 89 '
Lower gies,..,.....,...:,. a ,.s
Bscxn-nr trirc smxiaaB!XQBST.: "
Eecelpts'from 8epterjiber 1st to yesterday, 29.214
BepU yesterday,,. ...... .. .... ........ - 282
Total Beeetnts to data..
H swsskl rttm omaof 1QQ1
vwjfc" wnusvUMOf OgliMHtSAH
Receipts same date, 1 880,. , .. . ...........
CMsurlotte Produce BIstrk.et.
. DgCmtEKB 7. 1882.
MXAIa. " .
BxAxswbite, per bushel... ..........
' i ss)rw
rxas, ufy peronsn. ............ M ... ,
Kxtra.. . .. .
Apples, per lb..".
. Tl. V. 1 J
- coouiioo, incuou.... .........
" unpeeled ,
Sweet, new.. .........
North Carolina. .-.
POtJtSKT --fcvt ' "- '
' ' Turkeys, per Okjh-. . . .-. . . . .. . .. .'. .'.
j-Qeese .. .......... ..4.
bid, per Ib.net.. ..
Mtjtioh, per lb., net.
Pobk, " " .i-'...
SELLING PBICE3 WHQLE8AIJS.
BTO MiAT8 - . v
Clear rib atdss...
9 .4t ......
MOLASSXS ' ' ' '
Choice New Orleans.
' common...... .... ...
, .7 coarse
Oorn, per gallon.....
Apple, per gallon.
' Peach, '
Wotx, Scupoemong, per gallon...
labd, per n... ,
Brooir 1 '
u K.C nog round. .. . .
... ; 16al7
.. i 18al9
.. . . .
.. . 18al9
... , - 9al0
Fbdtt '' -!;.:
Apples, Northern, per bW
- t.- : si No. 2..
- "iNo. . 8. . . . . .. . ...
Cabba&x, per lb.
HARPER'S YOUfiG PEOPLE.
1 : AN ILLtJSTBATXB WBEtLY-16 pia?S
"T vfa-s. 1 iy 1 ,,,19 $
Suited to Boys and Glrla from six toslxteen years
" VoL IT. cbnunehied November 7th, 1882. 5
THK TOUNQ PKOPLK has been front the first
successful beyond anttdpallon. New York
.BvenlngPoft in ,Uiii ai jU et ' j us-'
It has a dUtlnct Mrpos to3 which ttste&dlly ad-,
heres-that. 'namely, of supplanting the vicious
papers for the young with h paper more attractive,
as welt as more Wheleeome.--BostOQ Journal.. n
For neatness, elegance of enegravlnz, and con
tents generally, it la unsurpassed by any publica
tion oftke kind yet brought to our notiee.-Plits--bargOazette.
. itJjii h-shimui t st.u -..:
-iiwj JifvUd k- y0 tt.vi'i
specimen copy sent on receipt of Threw Cent A. f
Douna u mnmi-,
on receipt of f3 eaci cant for TouniQ fto
PLE for 1882. 8S eenta: mtuMb ia mta aHi.
HonaL -, i . ".I?"T:T . TT'TT'"
Orderor Draft to avoid chance of 1obs. i.- ! -:'
isewDt)ers are not toeoov -thut dvertiMinnt
oraer of Harper 4c Brothers,,',
TT A DB. SD(vnvsa
4K38W,.i4. uiu. o -'New Textt'
wua a x,ii Hwuuidiaii J i.
uJ'S2?iw7i3l BaT Mori or less
Poetry id your souls;5 listerl to this," and Abraham
: Lincoln, then President rose frorn-r hi s hali, in
his offlee In the White House, and read. In tormiv
nng tones, which lndlcared hiq own profound ao-?
preelatlon Of It, Dr. & w. Hoirae-Last sJSSjot,
J "Woi a better man was founa1 J ,w f J J i
.',,,1 By theerlerlnhUrouni' Ml ; ;s w
T.lriw tte rnossy Vnarbtej rst i
f . , j .In their bosom: r. i
y Vv"" S5f 8.naa. pnssea i r
, . . .,
..is" Ahd the names he loved to heat-'" ! . ftl:
Haveba carved tor many a year j &nnh e
Mt-Mtc4tol "fbyleoBtfghamtoni IfcT U
-not us -old as the TnerklMiBostea Saen 5
whom the poet wrote with such tender pathos, yet
he-ls-more than, three Baorce and. ten.T'i'or the
Pst eight pfthose years." he writes, l Save been
a perfect orlppie trout rhetimatlsmj tbobbUsw
about as best I could with - my cane. . I took Park
ex's Ginger Tonle. and am now. annnla nrBtw
M ajgyninastThere to no trace Df,th disease
'eft about me.s?t i',i:jir . U J
Sampson, writes Messrs. HISCOX ACQ,. of NeV
tS&rK1???1 9t TonlOrerUjlnf to liii
Gullfoyle's declaration. - i . itrjItT.
-Baln? all the propertt ot any; jmparatlon of
ringer, Parker'a feinger Tonlo Isa remedy of i
lardtely jreaterrange and power. It cures all d
SSSLf11? tr6,m n Ppure State of the blood or
Imperfect d "Hon. D'-ea (end all lcscn
sequences), L. -r.alevt.a, k!r3t Laadac9, LlJ
neyteoubles, L.onct:s, acl eu.ac.nn eou: .a r -1.1'
eoids, vanish at its touch. Frlcea.' LOt bid 1. 1 a
a (So v....
f 92-, ,
w 8tngle ntrmbers; four Cents eaebJ 4
' -t-asw v imunes fwr ( AAKfAtt'B .
am loot Mt.a ,ftnrtrnr..: .
nated Cloth: "Will be sent hy mill.
y.: fFormerly of Charlotte, N. C.J
'V - f Csurr StrsMt, BlohMMeV Fsu
iik .jf -Ji.i; I 1- ?nv. ,
Sar- Consignments solicited and prompt
meat remitted. , very respectfully, -. j
SAVE Y0UH DOLLARS
1- i. r ttj-il RSV' .'JlllJ
lYonks, Valises, IVaveUing Sap
fl. 1. Bonntree d Bro;.
RlCBMOrf D, VA.
We If anafacture the best class ef Goods
In our line and guarantee to duplicate Northern
prloes. , Send for Trade Ust .
. - H. W. BOGXTBXX 'it BBO,
. . . . -...-, - - . ? -'u '-
A. TAKCXT W1C . ISAA08, JJL ' wi k WApDT.
1133 Flain Street, Blchuiend, V.
; . KEEP IN STOck
i iK TilVITOlttffSATifi
I I I
lis i.A"0 -0Oi.fe:iii
; - ' AND G1UB ANTES TO SELL
ToPrtnfers'ind btaien aenes. t Hew Tork,
fRuadeiphla OTBalt&ntwu.Ml trial order ioU
T-.:.f- M 1 tftH-.; A ti
utii ffiw Gt'iteainmjau
FUR flP INntltll CRQ
V ?u J3MKr;titinnfi lftu
- H .1 SSI ni U T J
;;: ' '-i and keep m 'sictcelBbrated
1 awriu'iJUA As4jqoiq iJ
nmtfist Plm tb carwd Mtla
... .-ii - ......'.. . ..
t-T7 we ms.rs End ceai la, T7Z2AT.
i 3 tnl EC223.PQ'Sr2,3 ef t'l t'ji'u
ill fit ;4fei?H
Oivlng his personal attention to the
iw.iiui nuaixuktui SLaUKXTa WITH AN I
. DD0 BBB V V 'OO- "- . rum
? r S eb Wr 8 8 8 8 8 8 ? T
iioo&rmK 8 u
Wfc' 1ft Shoes fiwiJkkt
TS atlU in the Jfarketo adding oaUy to our IMMENSE STOCK" .n
r Y?1 money, tt will not cost anything
WBOLBaAUt AJTD BXTAIL DIALXB IK
i tt w.n us
. bedding; &c.
A FULL LINE OF ; '-'
PARLOB and CHAMBER 8TJIT8. COF
FINS of all kinds on nana. No. 6 West
Trade street Charlotte, vNorth Carolina.
8 3 -
ji5w t it
OT THE MOST FAVPHABIJE TaiaSDxCOMPETlTIO WITH
JunuJKiuu tub tOUllTIti, TOE IT WILL BE GLAD TO
tvA-jiaJBOXB.x,II01sS to tub trade:
.IMMENSE STOCK OF
EBoote.aail Shoes Jastleeeivei
si & l:ra tm rati--: ,
Foi the Mbst jfeliable Goods and the Lowest Prices,
C3-0 TO I
Sf. rStf O
lDE530lC63i SHE SIO BOOS
a , . NE W ARTISTS.
! JaTTHE CHEAPEST U
It ia sveomplete Bolide fof
t Valuable Hints
. u n ij. t-
ar w f 4wu.wi aaitm m t'sw. s;. gmrj
- nesidy 100 oolumsa of original matter aad
' . an a 'I H-.a-ar
IF" Send stamp for December WflK-rTius
HaWrtntiM Price. 81.60 per amnnra,
BOWr4WiTiac i : i
I t l. HI11JU1
Hi CpggESff nOPRIETOR.
-fcr1 4ftaatad'-o&i Iadenendent' IUimm
block raTrads street, in. the rxuSevoen
tre of the City, in eiose proximity to BankX Xxt
The totentlOQ of the Proprietor Is, nit t
SreMntto the traveling pnlilo oWof the
totel Buildings in the SouthTbot one of tin
uvw uiau tut MliiOB. -
t duff to
nth. tint nn, nf thitauut
fcroughoat,ttU not only one of the most beauti
ful, but the - - . I :
a E3AJfj PAUc3inxrri
bt1Seft)iita,hennf of GnarnerCi! W
DleasUTe fiMVemi nrt nutr1nt MiMf. . r .. 1
IL. C. I vi-. J, Proprietor, wj biV chested to
welcome r is fronds ad te treiing pubUi, and
repectfn .y sx.a .iat ..j cl i ronage! frois all
rto would enj-y adarr'eciits a home" eombln
1 - (' , ,ar y aad cemfort In all tm an-
to exarninn nnr
ETTAS & COHPV
Y EE' S,
RNAL IN THE 'WOKiUv.
th. f -
as goods can alwatu h. . I
cements to close tSl.M
uu tne puUlb teopmiT. ii
Stock beffbV4?aV J
1 VwV- :
. 22n " i
i3Maer.lD and Frt .rwm& n id ,..
on Cotton and iMnrnr l -utiu i.:
i-riVMT.TTIl fnllt ana vaBBUMiJ.1 ifrc.wrr, i i jm.. . i
,.itfl , ,
.. T ,
. intuenoed." to part tr '
ixixja x .
a. perfect rj cjtfiW1'.!!",'
STREET OAK TAL
T SAT, Mr. Brown, where dojou get
x- jaonary worKV just ovr ? rt
at BTSItolth's Laundry, the busiest pWl
iiV ....... i. a ty,a tm'
xne eijie soi xiie puj "u
anyonito vjehvjhe place. nug
ftl 1. fc C. L
Office over thlj West Comer of Trade 8j
streets. unw nours uvm o
A PARTHFR WflNT
n ni4 iibii ... i
. - f-3t ..
F)B the get-f prsence or n'',rn
Manufactai and sale of Gregorys-,
Mixture, and forVother parposes.
manrl fnr I
W1U lOr'UhUW .,(!
sbonld be made on a larger scale. nsirgT. I
- .. Dr. w. w. i
Fresh FHand Oysier
a Fish and O. sux JUrket on t,-A mi
Trade, In the basement under wr
grocery store, where he wlU do h"?
good supplyof Fresh Fish and W" "pfflS
Orders solicited and J'V
--- Aiiv for deliregL,
M Mr.' Alien fTJ
between 5th r h. Atowi ,
Vln.Ba inJ MM OO Z.t
-est Point Terminal, . ; ; v ' :!'".
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