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TUESDAY. JUNE 22, 1886.-
ADSEKITEEISM in COIf CTBESS.
Oufr Congressmen are the beet paid
body .of legislator's in tbe world.
Their regular salary is $5,000.00 per
annum. ; - ' y
Witb no end to tbe perquisites.
T-oat. . vAftr as has already been
"ehown in-these columns from official
reports each 8enator cost the country
orer. $13,000.00 vv',;:v-:?j.;r,
Members of the Epuse of Represen
tatives, something less, as they ar
more directly responsible to .the peon
.,pl9.T.y-..t ): ' 7 -
' And as to opportunity we quote a
paragraph from a recent speech of
-General' Job.' If. Gordon,' who is now
making a canvass for the Democratic
; nomination: for .Governor of Georgia:
VErery intelligent reader knows
'that all a man has to do, when he iar
ln'the Senate.'is" to hold his seat as a
' "great Senator, rote and become a
.''candidate for President. ' Why,
"why does be want to get out of the
"Senate and sell his seat for money,
- whsnihe can make a ousand-fold
J 'more tfr remaining" in his seat and
selling his rote it he has a capacity
-'for that kmd work.' : ; . ' ' ..
But we started to say something
J Senator Vance's bill for the repeal
of civil, .seyyicf reform,- wa8 voted
- down in Ihe Senate a day or two ago
by'a vote of ?6 to .:.-' . .' i,
Barely mpr, than one, half of our
$13,000.00 Senators were present.
' ..Thereto not a vacancy .in the Sen
at aoi tf aekod whore tboMssrvAnls
(T) of tho poopU wore we rho-ald hav
: to say they, wM.prppably excused to
attend to important business, or like
Senatof ;" Jones, of ; Mqrida were off
- on a courting expedition. ;
But the House of Representatives is
. equally as culpable. J V
An incidental roll oall one day last
' wsek revealed the fact that there
were one nunarea ma rorty aDsen
tees nearly one .half of the entire
Verily the people are lone suffers
mgr- - - -
THE DEBBETTA EIERE.
T Is Papal
Ablegates Come to
Iaroet Areh Bitbon
Gibbons with the Uardlaalate.
NkW foRKi June 21. The 'Papal
- Embassy arrived this ' morning, and
v ieiD lor Baltimore at iu o'clock.
" v The Sarvia was mt at the, ntiftr.
'amine by Bev. Dr. J. S. Foley, Vicar
ueneral of tne diocese of " Baltimore.
Rev. A. L Magnon, tbe President of
St Mary's Seminary, Rev. Dr. P. L.
, ChapeUe, of Washington, Maj. John
- Tt. Keily, Jr., of Brooklyn, Ool. John
McAnery, of Jersey City, Patrick
Farrely and Jas McMaster, of .this
. City , ; ,r : '
The embassy from the Pope con
sisted of Manager Staniero, Count
, Mucciola and Rev. T. 8. Lee.
At four o'clock Ibis afternoon the
zuchetfa was presented to Archbish
op Gibbons, by Count Macciola, of the
vate and without pomp and display.
r- That which will accompany tbe in
' restore of the Berretta will take
. ace in the Cathedral on Jane 30th.
TbCoontjsa young man of 23.
, Eanaj5er gteciero U 33 years old.
"i rTbe nooor of representing the Pope
v mjc voHMMie enorcn in America
was conferred pon;tbem for dis"
tinmishHl service. : i -
- empted tbe - Papal emissaries from
r,t m iuhuh cunonm process, so mat
they proceed without delay to their
destination, ' No special ceremony
wu oe ooservea at tne reception of
the-ablegate son the cutter, the ob-
j jectpl the expedition being a courte
OtW intent tli fMlitat tha trmnm. tn.
: . Baltimore and a mark ot respect for
bearers of the berretta.
, lirtn DlstrloCensrrrMloMal Con-
Totbeldttor of TxsObskbtxb.
V The Democratic oartVof tha Wifth
v olina. throiifi'h their
O wmvuwio WUi'
unwic uau uireubeu buab s conven--i
v tion be called to meet at Greensboro
ioren uaroima. on wednesaav. .Tnlv
n . . . ' . . , - J
rtunt main liafHf 11 tK. -. . -,
J toe unitoa (states, ; -vu.-
' ' Th basis of reprtseutatioo as fixed
X by the State committee is "one dele
ht gatd and one alternate for every fifty
; or lraciiois i di ; over twenty five
Democratic vntpo oAt ; at th . l.f
rgubernntorial national election"', in
"vJeachfconntv: sr - ? ?r-'-s-:-5-fv.?; r--r'!;.-
The several county executive com-,
r 'mxter 6f tbe?ditftaict will please pro-
. , yoeu tortowitn uv accordance with
iu.piun m organization to call con-
- r . ' vvuuvK70
venuons oi tneir roRiw.t,i wMmt;
' By order of the. executive com-
- . R, B. Kebxeb, Sec'y.. ,; ; :
j-,;j'.- '- . i i Oi I' 'i '., '. ';' ?
VXhoy-DldnH Rlako the Trlp.F'l
LVWCHBTTHO. VA '.' Jlin 21 :A crrv
cial to the dailv Advanoi from . Pai
cooy Falls says: . Two young men
tourists from Dayton, .Ohio, arrived
'with - them ) two small boats with
" ( soent of the James River to' Rich
, mond,-' stopping -at ' intermediate
- points. When they reaehed Rope Fer-
- n. ji i . . -1 .
::,jttu jjeuiyru couniy,one or ine ooats
v .. wcuDiau dt a man namm vv narr,rn
struck a rock, ; and Wharton was
-f Tae body t has not been - recovered.
"la not known.
urea pillxj. .
' Vm Dr. Gunn'i Llr Pin 1r W.rt Co""
Vm.Flir ..(.nufHsn-li ,..vj. i
fiefclL.. r.ijltOU'B, '
TTEAVJ YET0ING .
CI.EVEI.AJri ON A BIC KICK.
He Beads Conanress lctnre ow
Fenslonsand Pnblle BuUdlnics.
WAsasaTOW, Jane 21, The Presi
dent today - sent to Coagress fifteen
veto messages, six of which were sen
to tbe Senate and nine to the House;
la his message Tetoingthe bill grant,
ing a pension to Elisabeth Z- Dt
Krafft, the Presdent says bis objeo
tion is that it is of qo possible advans
tage to the beneficiary; that the
present pension laws gives her all the
advantages which she would receive
under a special law. - The President
adds: "I am so thoroughly tired of
disapproving the gifts of public mon
ey to individuals who in my view
have no right or claim to . the same,
notwithstanding the apparent Con
gressional sanction, that I interpose
with a feeling of relief in the case
where I find it unnecessary to deter
mine the.merita of application. . In
speaking of promiscuous ;and ill ad
vised grants of pensions which have
lately been presented to ine; for ap
proval! I have spoken of their appa
rent Congressional sanction, in recog
nition of the fact that a large propor
tion of these bills have never been
submioted to the majority of either
branch of Congress, but are the re
sult of nominal sessions, held for the
express purpose of their considera
tion, and attended by a small minor
ity of the members of the respective
houses of the legislative branch of
the government. Thus, in consider
ing these bills, I have not felt that I
was aided by the deliberate judgment
of Congress, and when I have deemed
it my duty' to disapprove many of
the bills presented I have hardly re
garded my action as a dissent from
the conclusions of the people's repre
sentatives..'; have not been insensi.
ble to suggestions wnicn -snouia in
fluence every -citizen,' oitner in pn -vate
station or official place, to ex
hihifnofconlv a dust, but a generous
Annrflriation of the services "of our
country's defenders. In reviewing
tbe pensionriegisiation presensea w
me many oiiis nave oeen appiweu
upon the theory that every ; doubt
should be reserved in' favor of the
nrooosed beneficiary. - I have not.
however. Deen aDie to enwreiy uivcsi.
mvself of the idea that public money
appropriated for pensions is the soldiers;-
which should be devoted to in
demnification of those who, in the defence-
of. the : Union, in ; the
nation s ' service, - nave wortnuy
deserved, and who in the day of their
dependence, resulting from sucn sui
ering, are entitled to tbe benefa
Hons of their government. " mis re
flection lends to the bestowal of pen
sions a kind of sacredness which in
vites the adoption of such principles
and regulations as will exclade - a
porversiou as wou as uaure to ue
Uberal and generous application of
arateful and benevolent designs. -The,
heedlessness ana disregard or princi
pies which underlies the granting of
pensions is unfair to the. wounded,;
crippled soldier who is honored in a
iust recognition of ;his government.
Such a man should never find himself
side bv side on the pension bill roll
with those who have been tempted to
attribute their natural ills to which
humanity is heir to service in the
army. Every relaxation of ; princi
ple in the granting of pensions in
vites application , without merit and
encourages tnose wno tor gain urge
honest' men to become dishonest.
This is a demoralizing . lesson taught'
the people, that as against tha public
treasury most questionable expedi
ents are allowable. During the pres
ent session of Congress 403 special
pension bills have been submitted to
me and I am advised that 1H more
have received favorable action of
both houses of Congress and will be
presented within a day or. two. mak
ing over 600 of tbene bills passed up to
this time during the present session.:
Nearly three times the number passed
at any entire session since 1861.'
With the pension bureau fully eoip
ped and regulated by the most liberal
rules in active operation.suPDlement-
ea in its woik oy constant and special
leguusuoii. ii certainly is not unrea
sonaoie to suppose in ail tne years
that nave elapsed since the close of
the war, tbe majority Of meritorious
claims for pensions have been pre
sented and determined. . I have now
more than 130 of these bills before
me, awaiting executive action. It
will be impossible to bestow uoon all
of them tbe examination they den
serve, and many will probably be
come operative : which should be re
jocteo. . in tne meantime, X venture
to suggest the significance of the
startling increase in this kind of leg
islation and tbe consequence, involve
ed in its continuance " '': Z' v --' .-'.
; The bills providing for the erection
of public buildings at Zanesville.Ohio,
and 8ioux City. Iowa, were -vetoed
for reasons that no Federal nffWra
were located at either place except
postmasters, and the rwmfjiV
Of these places does not. warrant the
erection of buildings bv theovpm-
ment for the special accommnHn f.inn
of the postoffice. " "...
The President says: " Public build
ings now in process of construction.
uumueiiug pu, involving constant su
pervision.are all tbe bnuding projects
which the government oucht ty htn
on band at one time, unless very pal
pable necessity exists for increasing
the number. The multiBlication n?
these structures Involves not on J v the
appropriation made for their' com
pletion, but a great expense in their
care and preservation v thArso ft
While a fine eovernment hniMinv
a desirable ornament to anv town
city, and while the securing of an ap
propriation there or is often consid
ered as an illustration . of . zeal and
activity in tbe intareat of
encyI am 6 tbe opinion that the
expenditure . of public money for
such purposes should depend upon
the necessity ; of - such buildings for
pubuc uses.' f v ,...
? Oovid Iarl IIoeleaitly III."
Chioaoo, June 21.-A"special from
Bloommgton, IlLr says: The family
and physicians-x)f ex-Vice-President
Davi i Davis have concluded that his
end is approaching, and he has very
little chance of recovery; : They de
termined to give this information ttf
the public, believing it to be no longer
?-peri? cal his true condition.
When Davie was attacked by a car
buncle on his shoulder, about May L
he was already reduced by diabetes
iNo sooner did tbe carbuncle improve
two weeks ago. than malignant erup
tions set in, so that he is now suffer
ing from a complication of disorders
ile is very weak, and cannot read
the newspapers. Visitors are not
allowed to see him, A consultation
of his family physicians and medical
men from Chicago will be held to
day, r ' .... . , - ' .;
BtooinuaTOX. June 21. A
tation of the Chiearo
rj ttu vouay pronounced
beyond hope of re-
Positive Care for Pile, f
J.he 10pl 0' tnio connty we wonld sy we
rue omtment emphatically gimrantw-i to ci'eor
money iwnjnded-h4U" Hi, exrn.a, bi"-.d, b.l.
1 OtliiUigplifcH. tft a L-u. i.ou ,13
i'wle fcf L. RWrraton, t c 9
v.i.ira work in tne Ben
and Oonso The Consideration
ni-mt from thA committeeon the
judiciary, reported favorably the bill
to remove tne poiiwui v
J. G. Flournoy, of Mississippi, and on
motion George s - bill was at ouce
napsed, the vote being unanimous.
jt'rye, irom ine cuuuuumjo uu
reported favorably- the fiximunas
resolution providing for such amend
mAit to the rules as to admit oi uo
bate on a motion to reconsider.
The - resolution was agreea to, ana
the rrules..; were amendea
intrlv x-- . 1 -- - - .. '
The army appropnawjn u woo
reported, from the House of Kepre
sentative8 with al message of nons
concurrence - in the Senate amend
ments, and asking conference. -k-
Th Rriate insisted on its amend
ments, and the chair appointed Lo
gan," Plumb and Gorman as a con
ference committee.- ' ' :
Thfi consular and diplomatic appro-
nriatinn hill was received from the
House with a message of non-concurrence.
The Senate insisted on its amend
ments, and ordered a conference. ,
Plumb eave notice-tnat on weanea-
davbo would call up the conference
report on tne postomce appropnawon
bill. s " t v : i'yvvH -
A number 4if veto messages were
received from, the President which,
when read, were laid on the table.
Tho bill to repeal the pre-emption
and timber culture acts ; was then
taken- up uiid ita 1 consideration pro
ceeded with. :'.r .'
The bill was discussed until 5-15,
when, without action,- the Senate
went into executive session."- At 5:40
the doors were- reopene V and. the
Senate adjourned. '
i House The Speaker laid before the
house a - communication from tho
acting. Secretary of the -Treasury,
submitting the estimate of appropria
tions amounting-to. $526,714 for the
transportation of mails -on the non
subsidized railroads controlled by the
Central Pacific railroad company.
On motion of Town send, of Illinois,
tbe Senate amendments to the pen
sion appropriation bill were noncon
curred in. and Townsend, . Wilson
and Long appointed conferees. Tbe
Houtfe having resumed consideration
of the naval appropriation bill, rejec
ted ; yeas 99: nays 13L. "s
The motion- made Saturday - by
Goff, of West Virginia, to recommit
tbe bill with instructions to tne com
mittee on naval affairs to report it
back with amendment making pro
vision for theN;ompletidn of tbe dou
ble tuxretted monitors was taten up
and the 'bill then passed, li-'h -
At the eonolusioa of the eall of
ataies for the introduction of bills
and resolutions." on. motion of Ban
dall, of Pennsylvania, the House
went into committee of the whole on
the sundry civil bilL. - There wag no
general - debate i on " the measure.
though it was agreechthat when the
clauses were reached ; ' relative
to the public .surveys, tne . five, min
ute rule would, not be held to apply.
Tbe bill was then read by paragraphs
for amendment, aud a number of
changes were made both of insertion
and omission, chiefly affecting local
interests. The paragraph relative to
the bureau of engraving and print
ing having been reached, Dingley. of
Maine, offered an amendment requir
ing the engraving of notes of the de-.
nomination of one and two dollars
and other denominations authorized
bylaw. -' , -
Randall raised n point of order
against the amendment, and in the
course of his argument took occasion
to deny the charge ' that the present
administration naa waged, war on tbe
silver dollar. :
The amendment was ruled out and
on appeal, tbe decision of the chair
was sustained.' - " . -" .j. . t
Warner, of Ohio, offered a similar
amendment which met with a similar
fate Warner, then .attempted to
evade the point of order by modify
ing the amendment so as to author
ize the issue of one and two dollar
notes in piaceor mutilated and can
celled notes of like denomination,' ; '
. Randall raised the point of order
against this amendment also, declare
ing that the avowed object -of the
proposition was. to compel - a
different administration vf law
than was practised at tbe present and
therefore changed the existing law;
After some discussion the Speaker
overruled jtanaajrs pome of order,
a vote f jwas taken, . and ; the
amendment was lost. 75 to 67. r .
'Warner then offered an amendment
of Similar purport, tbe last pending
action of tbe committee, rach Tay
lor, of Tennessee. xnB. ered a resolution
reciting tbe fact that tbe lower dot
tion of tbe city of Memphis has been
in part destroyed by tbe caving In of
a bank .of " the, Mississippi river at
that point, and providing : for ft loan
to the ' proper,: authorities the - offi
cers of the district of Shelby county,
all or enough of the barge boats,
tools implements and appliances, un
der the control of the Mississippi riv
er commission, to be used in imorovs
ing the river below Peel street in
that city. The resolution' was adops
ted and the House at five o'clock ad
journed. . . . ,: :;' . "'.'-.' - .-
Call for Bonds for Bodemptlft'n.
; WiLSHD-QToir, June 21. The Treas
urer today issued a call for .four mil
lion bonds for redemption. The call
matures August let. ; The following
is a descriotion of itfie bond rkG
ced in today's call: $50 originalaum-
dot to original No 147. hath in-
, v. , Tiuu uiihiudi uumuor xoio LO
original number 1883, both inclusive
ana original number 8922 to original
number 9926, both inclusive;. $500
original No. 824 to original ' No. 843,
both inclusive and original No 4225
to original No. 4228,s both inclusive :
$1,000 original No.' 6963 to original
No. 6194, both inclusive, and original
No, 2373 to orieinal No. 23737 Kith
inclusive - $10,0Q0 original No, 12966
to original No. -13344, both inclusive
and original No. 28209. - -
' nomlnaltng Conventions. '
Raleigh, August 25 State nomina
ting convention.; ' . -
Wadesboro. July 21 Sixth Con
gressional District convention.
Greensboro. I July 21 Fifth Con
gressional District convention - i
Lincoln: -July 28 Eleventh Judi
cial District convention. ? - .
Gold&boro. June 30 Sixth Judicial
District convention. v- : v-.v
Charlotte. Saturday July 10 Con-
ventlon : to appoint delegates to the
Wadesboro, Lincoln and - Raleigh
conventions. Mecklenburg prima
ries to be held on July 3rd.
Scotts Tnant.tIon efPnre Cod.
tlver Oil, with. Ilypephesphites.
In PnlmoDary Affections and Scrofulous Diseases.
Dr. Iba. M. Lans, New Tork, says: "I nave pre
scribed Scotv's Emulsion and nsed It It my family
and am greatly pleased with It Eave found It
very serviceable In Scrofulous diseases and Palmo
nary assertions." . , - -. l .
Intcrestinar Washington Holes.
WASHlKdTOir, June 21. -Curtin got
togethef ; ; his .' special : investigating
committee today and reviewed a por
tion of Gould's testimony. Hoxie's
physical condition -is such, that he
cannot appear before the committee,
and it is very doubtful if v a report
will be forthcoming from the com-?
mittee during this session of Congress.-
Fifteen veto messages were sent to
Congress today, thirteen of private
Eension bills and two public buildings
ills. - , -
- The House committee on invalid
pensions today agreed , to amalgas
mate the substitute forJthe Blair bill
pensioning disabled sofdiers with the
Kill tri ihAMoid f-.liA rate rt ianaiAn rk-f
mniAiama inVin- hav nat. tt W nr nn
arm, and attach to the combined
bills a clause imposing an income tax
to meet the expenditures involved..
This clause is patterned after, the in
come tax bill introduced in the 47th
Congress by Gen. E wing. Statistics
collected on this bill were introduced
indicating that a revenue of pixtys
three million per annum : could be
raised in this way If the bill can be
passed promptly; it is expected by
the committee that it will prepare
the way for favorable, action on tbe
bill to extend the date within which
claims for arrears of pensions may be
filed, as. n necessary revenue to pay
claims will be available. , - ;-.
A Fearful Storm, Or a Tremen
'--Galveston, June 21. Specials I to
the . News ; from Elgin, Marion; and
Paigeon, on the' line of the Austin
branch of the Houston and Texas
Central Railroad, state . that, those
places and the surrounding neighbor
hood were visited yesterday evening
by . heavy storms," inflicting great
damage at Elgin. ; A terrific thunder,
rain and hail storm swept over that
-vicinity, deluging a portion of the
town. Nearly every building in the
Elace had windows broken and holes
nocked in the roof. Hail fell varys
ins in size from a' marble to a man's
head, perforating iron and' tin roofs
like seme nets, a piece of hail stone
being picked up that actually weigh
ed seven pounds. .
Greesie's Ca-tlan Bewert
Nsw York.. June 21 Greene &
Co. say: 'Most of tbe busines was
confined to putting forward July con
tracts into August, and the ' market
made no ; unimportant t fluctuation
tnrougnout tne aayT-cicsing - some-
what . nominal, about- , Saturdays
rates. JNo one cared to Djiy tne- old
crop, and the fear about selling at the
ruling prices checked the, offerings.
Some little covering of - late months
took place pn reports of a less , favor
able nature from crop sections, .but
the . majority j of Southern' advises
represent an - excellent v oondition.
Liverpool; lacked tone and - private
aucuunia were x-caujr uiuut. . . ; .
Tbe Trains From Chleajco Do Met
SJ JS.JW-SlSe . j-
New Tork Sun. ' ,
President Depew. of the New Tork
Ontraf railroad,; told a Chicago ros
porter that his company had never
run a iast tram to unicago that paid.
Thty lost money on every; berth,
at7cr maot satrainy TviTri1-iswA fr-aw arAA
v'vsi auvM , v v a j piiufkO VUOJ OVIUt
But the public demanded fast trains
and Mr. Depew said he believed that
faster trains would be run and tbe
time between Chicago and New York
reduced to sixteen hour?- -!; ' '
r Oaat ball Yew terdav. i
New York New Yorks 7, Nation
' Pittsburg Pittsburgs . 8, tiOuis
villes2. ; - - .
. Cincinnati Cincinnatis 5, St. Louis
6, (13 innings). , , - t
Detroit Chiagoe U Detroits 4.
Kansas City St Louis 6, Kansas
Utye 2 - , .
Philadelphia --AtWetics 8, Brook
lyns 7. - - a
t., K,,r.-. ." .V- "''y'ZCi zm-
' Aaarchittt Psrsaas Tnras Up. .
Chicaoo, June, 21,-8bortly before
three o'clock this afternoon, : Anar-
cnisc r arsons wno naa ; oeen missing
smTe tne nay Martet not, walked
into the criminal court room accom
panied by his attorney. His appear
ance was a surrnse to tne . coujrtand
police officials. He is supposed to
k... ,.:..j.vi..'j i . i
uotd iou4ttueu iu umiug iu ioe city
since tne nigns ot may aa. ( -
" Trestles Batlfled.
. WashaNgton, June, 21. The Sea
ate haa ratified an extradition: treaty
with Japan and one for a re-survey of
tne oounaary line between the Uni
ted States and Mexico. . -
. ; . '
' ?1!?.rl frequently preceded by a sense of
weigat in tne oaf 5, (oios and 'ower part of abdo
men, eausinf; tbe oattant po suppose be has some
aleetlon of tbe kidneys or nelgborlng organs. - At
sympwms 01 muigestion are present, flatu
lency, uneasiness f tbe stomach, etc. A moisture
line perspiration, produpb.g a vsry disagreeable
iKHfuKD use KckLiujf wnriii, is a mmon auena
ant. Blind, Ble ding and Jtching tlb-s yield at
once to the application- of Dr. Boaanko'snie Bern
edy. which acts directly upon the parts affected,
absorbing the Tumors, allaying the intense itch
ing, and enectuig a permanent cure : Price 60
oema. Aaaress inn Doctor uosanko usdlclneco..
a H.UO. Wf Um n W ' UUIIf
J VMT Wn tX TJ fiT ALX, fj AT
" lion. D. D. Hamle ot Balem. lll. ha nua
Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lang Srrup hi his faml-
.U u" luuBiBttusmoiurj resuiu, m ail canes
of Coughs, colds and Croup, and recommends it m
particular fer tbe little ones. Sample bottle free
7 ' JUKBlS,l.' 'a
- ' Prdp'.--v v... ...
Hard Streetsni Western Superflne , $2.50
$4 0O;to brands 4.6oa4i Whetuthera
gull bu nominal; Western-higher and active;
Soutnemrea 82rt84; amber HfiJiitfr k J
Western winter red snot aim. uiri
Soutbern- hlscher. with an active demand; we
yeuowiaas w luU' r,ll?il!T?,WBl: ?'
cmoAeo Flour, Unchanged. Wheat, active and
renerally easier? June ?VAttTir, June lliikft
iHh! July WtefflVbi-AlXittomtl liJnlfjK,?i
and easier; caih 84Vb; , Juue 841A3a; July ru1.
August 88H60331&. 0..ts-lull and eat8:eaiu
a; July wmmtb; August V6 -Mess Poik
steadyand arm: cash and July 8.853 H BOi in.
gust 8 95S$K.02V.- Lard-steadr ea6 1 ke l.
Juy $6.20; August f6.27A60, i Shor" Mb
sides stendy; cash $5.50.' Moxea menu st adri
dry salted shoulders $4 Jj5ffi4 9lh shortclear $5 80
Qi $6.85. whisitey . steady at . (1.14. Sugar
changed. : . . .. Z . - '
Nw York. P.oiir 5DnIt WohAttt.
strorwer.i July 74Va85" August M(186. Corn
24oi fclgher, but Quiet; Mo 3 July 45U(D46li.
OKtt-iaVl better; Mo 2 June 33a33U.olT--Quiet
Cortee spot, fair; Bio du 1 at t&b. uugar
8tedy and quiet; re lined itteadr Jtfolases
steany and quiet. Hlce firm. Cotton se4 oil
'263i26; crude Bid Si; refined rosin dull. Tur-pentloe-eteadr
at31i3i., tildes steady. Wool
Arm. Pork unchanged. Lard very dull and
without chaege. - JTielgnts steady. Cotton 11 64d.
wneat a. . -., , ,
'7.rvil Strea -
Wnjcrtierotf Tnrrwntina n
firm; strained 76; good stralnea 80 1 ar drm at
$1.25; crude turpenUne firm; hard 76s reuowdla
$1.60; -virgin $1.80 . .u yeuowata
Savakkam Turpentine Arm 4tii. ni..
Bosln firm at 90rf1.10; sales -i . ,
Chaslf-itos -Turtenttne nrm at 29. -anin
quiet at lor good strained.
Financial. ' ,
rxphnacf 4.87. r"n iv Pnh4-..,
l.iiv.n!, c ul l"'t SlfOI'-'-, I " T -t ..i
1 i; t1 e Don. uuJ butfl'"'.
i i ,'t. 1
Erie , ' ' niorurage ........... .'' lnj 4
virff.niae'...:r.'.3r " v :
Virginia Casofe.. .;::;'""" st
Cbeeawake and Oh'o ".-"""-- -qU
Chicago and Northwestern !" " "." 1 ml
l&adp'::::-:. 1 $
Erie.. .... . . SuiS
East Tenness.lt!r""" "" 7 ' -;- ?
LakeShore.... " " """""" t6i2
Louisville and NaahvllJel ' rr" V'" o(S
MeamhUarKi Charleston t to
MobUe and Oh!o......V;'"",r ''"""" 15
Naahvllle and ChatUnooea.!". """" US ;
New Orleans Pacific. ' 64
New York Central... ?..::::; ofa
Norfolk and Western prererrd.""".!' SnS
Northern Pacific oominon i . a6h
Northern Pacific preferred.. ..." ; 6"
Paclfio Mall...............k . , ."" . KftbS
Beading......... .... SZHi
Blchmondand Alleghany... .. . - 3
Bichntond-and DanvUle... . 125
Blchmond and West PotaJjrirmtaaL".' ,..;: Wll
Bock island............ . . . ivjht
8t PBU1.....V... "..... ?" V ftefa
St. Paul prefeiTOd..., .... '"Z"""" "'"' 1.23
Texas Paolfle..:.. "'" -
Union Pacmo... , .... .A. .... .... . 67i
nrjw worory tuiXeU,... . .... .
WeMtnrn Tin Inn
Bid. fLast bid,. &fferedV UskedV iSx! DU
Wixvc-mm q let middllDR 8A; net re
oelp s 16. gross 1ft: u0mi 47t; stock J.1,438:
exports eoaatwue i,0iy: Ureat Britain : oonQ
nent . 7
; Nokkjl Oniet; .middling 9. net 'receipts
159, gross lU5; sales 78.CU); stock s exports
coastwise 325; continent Wreat Britain ;
Baltimobb Nom'l; middling m; net iwlpU
29; gross 68 - ales ; etoek 12.164; sulnners
800; export coastwise reat Britain 2,177.
BoarroN-Qnlet; mlddUng- 9: net receipts 191;
gross 1,679; spinners : stock e.SlO; exports coast
wise j to Ureat Britain 8,464. - - .
Wtlitwotou Quiet; middling 87: :' net re
eelpts 6; gro s 6; sale - ; stock 7a3; eiports
coastwise.' ' j-
- Phclablfhia Steady; low middling 7; net
receipts 200; gross 100;- sales ; sleek li,350: -m
port tJ errM Britain--..; ; .. 1-..-.
- SaTABNAH Dnll: mlddllnix R 11-lfi " no rnmrinfa
4iS9; groM 462; sales i stock iJJM: exports coast
1 737. . ,
HIV ORI.KAHH Olll.t- mliMlln. : MTb nc
receipts 606; Bros i; sales 800; etnek E61;
eiporu coastwise j to breat Britain 4f83
Vranee eontinent . , v
- Mobilx - Quiet; mifWllng Kg; ' net receipts
56; gross 66, sales 200; stock 1.018; export
eoastwise 1,900 (reat Brlpaln ....
ldxitMns-Ste.lj; middling ? 8: reoelpU S39;
shipments 864: sales 126. stock 24,656. -
AceusTA-Oolet; middling 8; recflpt BOO; sales
; stock 6t0.
Dull; middling 9; n receipts
1,295; gross 1,595; sales ; stock 7,723; export
e intlnent - ; coastwise 2,100: Orest Britain 2012;
Nw ToE Steady; sales 468; uplands -9i
Orleans 9 6-16: eonaoUdated net recelpu 4Jk;
exports to 4ret Britain 11 294; t framr 3,110;
eontinent 4,648; stock 4U1JUH. j .
- - Fsttrturea.
Nsrw - Tork Net 8H7; groas receipts '.
futures clused steadr; sales 43,200 bales.
June...: 9 080.10
niy.. ... ,r,....M. ,,. 9.14.16
August...: 9.269 00
Septembar.. w 9.igaJ4
vlCOl)W . . mm t si w .03(.04
January. toaa 10
Aprtl .......... ; . .. 9.38.1 .39
j"' . Uves-fsool eUotcoas Illssrket.. ,
LrnrapooL, Jon 18. Steady, with fair demand.
Uplands 6id; Orleans 6 JH6d; sales 10,000; specu
lation and export 1.000; receipts 17ilQD, all merl-
Jane and July, 14-Md.
IhIt ana liwnat. K SUit faallwa 1 ' , -
1 lumst and AentMnhMr. S HJUti I aallara 1
cwpitmoT, o owl. ' - - 1 h . :
Tenders. 1UU: new 300. eld docket.
'2 P. St. Sales of dav fnnlrutarf R HVI liUMtmn
Hum, v j - : .
dune ana wmy, o t-Ma (sellers.)-
Jill KIWI Allaii&t K AAlii fhiiuM 1
I September and October, 5 2-64d' (sellers.)
fWtnhAr atwI NAvamhAr AMlra i,1iia i
lwinL Nnd SantArahAr ft SJIAW
. novemoer ana uecemoer, bl-a. (Durers.)
, futures quiet and steady. ' "
p. M.-Jan, $td, (buyer.)
jane ana Jaiy d b U4d. (buyers.)
Jul Arui Ancmat. ft 1LJUA Khmm l
AagnH and beptember, 6 4-64d, (buyers.)
-. ' V lOQiroD.f
nuTvinuer auu Aiecemoer 4 Oi DM, (Mirers )
iwruuri biiu iniiunrj Dl-oia. IDUierS I
Futures closed dull
- - , i.-s ' '.-,..: S
City Cotiosk jrlarket
Chablotti. N. C Jui.ea. istifl.
' nrrnnr nv maw numu
a un luuuwuig quuiauons
Good middling .. .. a?5
Strict MlddJlug...... . 7 85714
nimuing,...... .......... .50
Tinges. . 8ff825
BeoelDU yesterday... .......
CITY PCODUC1G fffrtKET
: f Reported by T. B, MAeiUL.
Corn per boshel.....,;,.,..,.:..;;.'... 61968
Meal per bushel.'....... Bnni
Wheat per bushel.-:............ 90SL00
reanuts per Busaet,..., L10L18
Flour Famli .. .2.!t85
. - - - - - - - . ............ .... . mi ir' Li
Peas -Clay, per bushel. 8690
Oats sbelled... ...... .v.. 45f?5u
Dried Fruit Apples, :per Th..' , 8a4
,-acnec,oeeiea...:. " 4B
v anpeeied ' t&t
TiTitiili If In . ' a Art
-j. . ' ns-iiTif mmwm - ' Villi
IVIsHt 'I At tn
Oolonf. Ddf bUBhal ....... ....... ftftM
ueeswcUE, per pound M .-.......r "2022
IHIrfrW. DAr TMM1IM1 ' : atAAtl
HttttAP. TtmVr niHIflil .. I Z. lOA.fi
gs, perojtea. ; 1214
Turkeys, per ponnd.,........,,....;.. : jftio
Bnef. ner rjannd. nt. t Hk
Mntxon. ner nounri. net - natji
.jtwi, verywuu, ... .,,.,. V 70)o
. ' j ' ------ ... ...IA..W
, wwi( l i.. t
Feathers, new '46050
Doa rvAA nA mil
VvatyMlr f nABhWM .Wv fistlna -
ctoi j uescTipuurii sou i aw preparea ro seu tasin
suoayer uuui ever ueivre. ij seciaiues are
Silver arT Silver-Pky Wir
-7 "... n,..! J WA V
I also offer bargains In
WATER SETs?. .
' CHAMBER SET8, '
-CHAMBER SETS", i r
. CHAMBER SETS,
UBT 'RECEIVED; ;'
nd other biiaON !h! A ij ncP06"?' C8e!
oittaoi4tffi St,ES Ll .VD?' Call and be
-r -n -ee sjtawV ifjyijtSJ,
A Graham. ... r..f !?rnrslilp of lira. JonM
to, and tTeK
fc'-.-j.S3 B. Ju.w.1 u 1
'3 B. .O.nJ3, kD.
NTlT'Triir " i
t , t ...
a iiiti tuts
... . . f
V7c!-' Dave. ; Suit Arranged-
Z' 'Zi'f li-XZ V- ?''-4' 5'7-:Ws7i7;-i77,.;r .V::L.',
i AND PLACED ON SALE: -Z:'
t. - ; wrh ite Marseilles Vests at 35 cents.
i. v7hite Marseilles Tests at 65 centaur- )F
. ' SCriped Coats fast colors at 35 cents v - 1
r ' Office Coats Seereuckpr effects at 35 cents.
Boys' Ctoats Seersucker effects at 25 cental
. - , Boys' Knee Pants at 25 cents. v ?-
Boys' Knee Pants at 85 cents.
, Boys Knee Pants at 50 cents. r - .
v. ; Boys' Shirt Waists at 25 cents, t " -J-:
s Boys' Shirt Waists at 85 cents. -
Boys' Shirt Waists at 50 cents. - - - - . .
Boys' Linen Suits at cut prices. ,
r -i.i Mens' linen Coats at cut prices. j .' -
: , Mens' Linen Pants at cut prices-.- :.t y .
, ' ';. J ' r ; J ' ' ? ; 7,7r - v iir.
Tff TriB Ve T:.TI ITEUiL SENSK OF TUE 'TKli tf'(W'B'.:.ABai
'.'..v1:. ..'HEA-b'Q u'a r'ter sr;;;.":"'
El D.:LATTA;& BRQ.
.we respecUully call your attention to the large and extensive stock? of
Millinery and Fancy Goods, at Mrs. P; Query's, Trade stret. Alto to the
tact why she uses the - - , " - :--
- "NT-XT' AT T TTS T-t" - a t i k;r h
3 VERlCAL FEED
OOTID ' 'OOO'E0S -. ,
Exclusively in herDress Making Department, after . using Vther machines
-will not rip. Try it before you buy ;
1 r - ,
SOFTENS & PRESERVES LEATHEH
- Our stnni ti im tnil
f dfi8lmhlA nvv1a In nnr:
; ..:v;sjr .'5..I and Shoes thU season:
. ' wt
' ' " o . g3, andtaor OompreheMlre
i , :v.jj3..' pa r preparea meet anj reasonable demand in tbe ' 1 'i-g
7-6-... '- wayof HandBome. 8tjtefl, Low Prioet and good, ya s-at',. e .
" :'e-t ?" aooos, sforaiiot wiieround Jsa-iSi'i, i7,
Vii t;iSS3 - as represented. We Invite Inspection, and guar- S. .
"aa Vfl,tWttW?iflon In eTBTTpartieulMtean -rr nzz - v j-
- i -?
;r nuv wtui HI WW! DUUI
3 . -..I, VtOatyinaairm
If M -vv Z M
.. v : 1 . )
' iA Crippled Auerate Sayai'
QUINN'SPfoNKEtt. aiadnow weigh ffiwZto Ji
could hardly walk with a stick to supwiV.lnd
now walk long distenoes without help . its beaeht
w un is ucyvuu caicumuon. -. - - .A - . . . .
ia. niiifua jsUSTlCKi Cotton Bayer;
, 7 j - : Hunn. fluV
Mr' A. II, Ilrambleit, Hardware
; ivu wi is ray an
Qa., Writes. ,
It anted like a eharm nn m nui ),..), ft
consider It a fine tonto I Weigh more than I have
for ifi years. BespscUully,
a. B, BRiMBLETT.
. ' - V
;Mr, W F,Jo)ifi, Macon. Says 4
MOHKEB as tbe best touio. 7 u w. lr jiimm
jj - - Mioen. yo -Street , . JNO. H. Mciahole Orlst
fT 5 :Bl00d aUd iPV?bltisro .S
Prion . D. DitU - fl
7 "A-:" :Z
;;;.i7;j; 'i-:-nJ;-:' '7';v7--l;
it wfll cost you nothine.i. Supplies for
v . - - .
General Agents Trade St.;:
nf th .hniu w.&
lln : rw,. .y- ba. A ?2
".V 'VWm VI UWf
Detatf tn an grades larger
Delntf tn an ers Utreer r S
Unn ever, wearetuHy .. , - ,
iepelve isareffll and prpmpt f I
lohiuitQm Dloek. Tr-fea Rtren
I c 1llAf
in a An
"?mEi,E ji:rrfnais z. z. ,
i.? Jertrjea a Sufferer from.
- 1 J
1 h8? t Victim fac-"
3ts-three fourths ot the time a sufferer from
a.i".A,' 1 " uituoniosj wenj w cmensive ciuu I i
tone from my hard eandng during my fortyrwu
of suffering to obtain reitef from tb orsI
ed.P&tent medlotnes-every one TSuId
ISJSii'i. "S 0,6 four J? ef the earth, with
ISaLJSL!' (w of age ban met
Mth a remedy that has cured me entirely made
SA1 JSa ?. use rhS
J ' HNBJ CIUTSa, 7
"No. 367 Second 8t,iUoon, &a.'
t. rCTc. j ",,vrl ul w odcttb, rormerv.
EiiT?KW,ord-?),ulty'Jnow of cob, Gojvta,
merits the oonfldenee of all interested in catarii.
n. m.. nun, ax-siayor 01 Maoon."
rA- - r - s
-1 . v. v-,v-f
la.--. '-, s
' ' .; t
West Trade Street ,
' Charlotte. X.c
Is m the BlPg y
, ww. nuoiessje uruggtst
n ifn itTtn Prv:..
fool, Shower and Warm Hulohnr- mm ' trvii.
' r; ' 3
UJ. IVALKKl. : . ' 5,-K.BBrAH
' Wholesale and Betall eroeers. '
IIEW FIRiq lffEW OOOD8
rVN the Bret day ef January J888,the andershtned
w entered into a eo-partnershlp. for the purpose
General Grocer? Business
-vll i ail I , "
Tiyqn & Fourth streets. We are qoHllital by long
experience, to meet the demands oi tbe tnde, ana
ariM ani1frflant1im ftdt niw anatnmasa
, ,we ui Keep on hand at all Omes a fan took of
Whldl Will he dAHUKMUl tn in, mrf
of chargeT." i-
- 7 .v . V-JKKmKMBKR.
We win not be OndersoW lnthe Charlotte market
oar store for toe aooomiiMdaaon of our leoste-
men.'. -.'.-.. ' .. ... ... ...
? l. nAHiin a co.
: 4 Mr, JM Persist' Remedy
Is stUl the best Blood Purifier In the market
" p -mmzmi-'
Doctor Certficate Case f
? ; " ' Blood Poiwos.
' thsTe tjW- $trnra?s rtomxk blood eh-
1TEWEB tn several cases eutaneous diseases of
auwuuig whs ue mw sansiaprory rssifi.
Haye seen the happiest results follow its use In
Syphilis of the wont lorm, and believe it to be the
Destalteraflyelnuse. ' ,7 .7
7 ;:ib - iOtM-tti BrllCn,6a,
ATelce from the Leae Star fltate
eTJlNN'a HONSEB BLo6dBENWEB has
Cured OflA nr m AtllLfpan nf tV. .nnt AQOA
- . v,v. ran. 001 NUJ1 19 w cmH
mine, and the doctors say it is a perfect eure, In
taelrepioloa. , I am tbankfitt for ba? log tried tbe
medyv :;-$:-WM. UtAHfS, Italbw, Texas.
as-.-fj .7 4i-5.:A'." ij . ...' j ;tl'7
' v .'Sata-wai, January 30, 288SL
GUINN'S PIONKEB BLOOD BENKWEB bM
lf Qmtf 1 1 ADA. .an. u .1.1. 1. M. n.
uiau bbtdisi cures or tiiooa roison and KQeuma-
vom BuiuuKmr customers. - -1 most nearuiy n-
vymumnn it w Huierera rrom uiese aneciioos.
v. a. mLiMAX , Druggist.
. ? Nkw ObUuib, U.. jranaary 16, 1888. t
-rTav5 een cured sound and weD of a bsd esse
B,L2t?0'8on b' tte m of 16 iwttlee of eDINN'fl F
FIONRRR DlVin uniiinD r (t.
- mvwv AJUlAnjU. A Will WUUU imp
Pn-ises.forerer -. - Jacob sbuxx.
I. T rm iiffl,.h,f.j .v. -1. -
moet nearty attest it.
t . ". MB MAT. Druggist, Canal stJt ' a
T: Ow .w, r? f-
r.Irs. C oe ."cx'S i
Ij f "l f v - r '
" S. :.,,! , I 1