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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 30. 1886.
A word to Congressional candid
dates: "I returned and saw under
the sun, that the race is not to the
swift, nor the battle to the strong,
neither yet bread to the wise, nor yet
riches to men of understanding, nor
yet favor to men of skill; but time
and chance happeneth to them alL" T
SUPPOSE? . .
Maj. Chas. M. Stedman was in
town yesterday, and
It was understood be was busily
engaged in fixing up bis fences for
the Congressional nomination in the
He is at present L'eatenant-Uov-ernor,
and we do not understand
with what grace he asks the people
of the district for a seat in Congress,
when bis term of Lieutenant-Gov.
ernor is but half served out, -' . . ; .
But that is bis business.
We started out to suppose a case.
Well, suppose Maj. Stedman U
nominated for CongreB, he would
undoubtedly resign his position as
Then, suppose again that Capt.
Syd. B. Alexander should run for the
scale enaie iruiu juov;ji.ioijw"i&,
And he would be elected if nomw
Then Buppose, Maj, Sfcedman hav
ing resigned, Capt. Alexander should
run for President of the Senate, and
become Lieutenant-Governor ex of
ficio, Why wouldn't he be in the line of
...mnti'nn tn fJi ' CLfwatrisnrart in in
How weiild Governor" Alxaider
: sound, anyway! j
TIIE TARIFF QUEST! OX.
"1 Like ' Banauo's ehost, the tariff
question is irrepressible.
V It Bonnes into activity just now
. becauee of the bill just introduced in
to the Lower House of Congress by
Only a few days ago Mr. Randall
. and a few other Democrats, with the
Republican members of the Honse
voted not to take up the tariff ques
tion, and yet before the ink whieh re
corded the vote gets dry; here he
comes with abill, the gist of which
we publish under the head of our
"For ways that are dark, . . '
iirf for tzleks that are vain.
The heathen Chinee is yeenliar,"
But not much more so than the
average political leader, ;
Who can see no good in any meas
ure anleee fathered by him. .
The Democratic party in its plat
form adopted at Chicago, declared
for a fair tariff, j
With such incidental protection as
a "fair" tariff would give, but
Not . ' protection for protection's
'sake." - , w. . ;
We've got to raise three hundred
millions of dollars to support the
Let us Democrats use a little com
mon sense ; unite upon a line of poJN
cy which will bring in the necessary
revenue, and let the "two winga flap
together" just once, .
And then the millennium or the
Elected Profetssor of Greek. -
f peclal'to The Obssbvbb. a-
CeltEL Hill, N. C, June 29.
Prof. Edward Alexander, of the
Kmixyille (Tenn.) University, was
today elected Professor of Greek
for the State University, at Chapel
A BLOW TO BOYCOTTS.
Judleral Decision In Wlseonaln
of Interest to Labor .Orsranlzs.
tlOnsw X r:.,;
MlLWATIKEK. Wis.. .Tiinn
bloan yesterday delivered an opinion k
ment of Robert SchiDing, State organ
izer ot the Knights of Labor, who is
on trial on the charge of conspiracy
and making threat in connection
with boycotts. As Judge Sloan pracr
ticallyheld that boycotting is a
crime punishable under the statutes
the decision has created a lively in
Judge 81oan ruled that since Schil
ling threatened to put the vast mav
chinery of the Knights of Labor in
operation to prevent the public from
patronizing the firm boycotted, hi in
jured the firm's income, which was
as much property as machinery or
buildings, and that to attempt to die
tate to them against their will whom
to employ or discharge was a parallel
offense. "All organizations of the
kind seeking to interfere with , the
business of manufacturers or others
are not in accordance with law. La-
oarers or capitalists may organize for
uitu yrovecMon,: DUy , nave ( ncr
riKue to utKe vne aggressive. . In oui
social and T industrial life and our
government the socialist, the anarch
ist and the boycotter has no place."
T". . 1 v : :i-r-
i - ; ' . .
U08T05, June 29. The : Eastern
x acnt vjiud regatta dome bfl! today
ai Marble Head The sky is cloudless.
At 9 a. m.. the eienal o
' Wind has been blowing from west
mi morning from fourteen to aixn
wan mues; good fresh wind." " i-
The Puritan won the yacht race,
friBcilla second, May Flower third.
Democratic- Candidate for 3'V
ernor of Mew namyahlrc. :
vonoord, N. H., June 29 The
democratic state Convention today
. noiAiaatea on first ; ballot, Thomas
ogsweuKt be candidate for govern
CLEVELAND SET BAC
A BILL PASSED OFEB
DiseusBlon Over m Proposition to
-Appropriate 839.000 For White
- Washington, June '29. -Senate.
Hawley, from the committee on mil
itary affairs, reported back a joint
resolution appointing W. J. Sewell,
of New Jersey ; Gen. Martin T Mc
Mahon, of New York, and Capt. Jno.
L Mitchell, of Wisconsin, Managers
of the National homes for disabled
soldiers, to fill vacancies. Passed.
Beck introduced a bill authorizing
the Postmaster General to appoint
and remove postmasters of the .third
class (who are now appointed and re
moved by the President). Referred
to the post office committee. -
Manderson presented a letter re
ceived by him from Senator Morrill
(absent on account of illness) statiDg
he had prepared some remarks on
the subject of open executive sessions
which he would like to have received
when the iquestion comes up tomor
row . - . " .
Permission te that effect was given
and Piatt gave notice that he would,
at the proper time, move to make the
question a special order tor some aay
The Senate resumed the considera
tion of the i-resiaent s veto oi
bill to quiet titles of settlers on the
Des Moines lands, and Mr. Hearts
proceeded to argue in support of the
veto,- replying to the argument made
by Alli3on yesterday, la tavor or. tne
bill- ? After furtker arguments m fa
vor of the bill bv Allison and Wilson.
of Iowa, the question was taken and.
the bill was passed over tne .tresi
dent's veto, by the requisite two
thirds majority, yeas 34. nays 15. ,
rmmb suomittea ; tne comerenca
report on tne army appropriation
bill. The conference report was read,
and it was explained by Allison that
the bill now appropriates about $150,
000 less than it did as it parsed the
House. u The report was agreed to.
Allison submitted the conference
report on the bill to amend the .Pa
cific railroad acts, and it was agreed
The Senate then took up the legis.
lative, executive and judicial appro
priation bill. ;
After a general debate, tne oui
went over without action. - ,
Plumb from the conference com
mittee on the postofBce appropriation
bill, submitted a report, wnicn was
agreed to : without discussion, and
without the yea and nay vote.
Mahone, from the conference com
mittee on the bill making appropria
tions for the department of sgeicul--!
ture, suemiitea a report, wiucn w.
Allison gavo not loo that ho would'
ask the Senate to finish tho logislativo
bill tomorrow. ;
Plumb inquired whether, if that
were the case, it would obviate .the
necessity of a joint resolution to con
tinue the appropriations temporarily.
Alliaon thought not. J The two .
houses would be obliged tomorrow to
pass the joint resolution extending
the - appropriation of the current
year uiitil the legislative till, naval
appropriation bill, sundry civil bill
aDd the District of Columbia appro
priation bills should become laws
EJmunds inquired when the legis
litive bill had reached, the Senate
from the House. - ,
Allisoq On the 17th of J.une.
Edmunds Six months after the
Senate met, , and within- seventeen
days of the time when the annual
appropriations run out. . i
Allison -Yes, the most-important 3
appropriation duih were not eent here
tui the montn of June, and whatever
responsibility there is for having to
pass the joint resolution extending
the appropriations does not rest on
The Senate at 6:15 adjourned.
House Townsend, of Illinois, sub
mitted the report of. the conference
committee on the pension appropria
tion b.ll and it was agreed to. .
Burns, of .Missouri, from the com
mittee on appropriations, reported
the general deficiency bill, and it was
referred to ocommittee of the whole.
It appropriates $6.062,845. .
The House then went into commit
tee of the whole, with Reagan in the
chair, on the sundry civil bill.
Springer, of Illinois, moved to in
crease from $90,000 to $200,000 the
appropriation for protecting public
linds frott. fradulent entry. After a
long debate, in ? which animosity on
the Republican side againet land
commissioner Sparks,- again came
prominently to the f rontj Springer
withdrew his amendment! Some
time was spent also in dispute be -tween
Weaver, of Iowa, and rkina
.t ir ; : . --
woicn anoraea the Uouee
considerable amusement and which
became so warm that both gentlemen
were talking at once. The outinn
atissue was as to the position which
each gentleman bore to the occupa
tion of public lands and the cattle
syndicate. The Oklahoma RrMmAra
and the gentlemen themsalvA4
in for a fair measure of abuse.
Herbert'; of Alabama. critiifuri t.h
publications of the eeoloeical
and endeavored to have the appro
priation for that bureau sli?ht.iv rat.
duced and some restriction placed
upon its expenditure, but no changes
were made in these sections of the
bill. - .
Helpburh. of Iowa, critinisftd ...tho
items apDroDriatine an Hc-crf-catn nf
about $29,000 for new furniture for
the executive mansion, for the care
of the green house at the White
House, and for general incidental ex
pends.,; "What." he akd. 'could
the present head of theadrainistra
tion, wedded. ; he - was to Jeffer
soman simplicity, want with $29,000
ior iurniture and flowers'. The Presi
dent would not tolerate such useless
expenditur-;it was known that when
ne nerved mmself to the thankless
duty of vetMng the pension bills of
sixtydestitute, soldiers or widows,
he was constrained by ' his official
oath, constrained by his official duty
and forced by Jeffersonian simplicity,
yet those pension bills aggregated less
than $7,000, .one-fourth of the sum
which this committee was trying to
force upon him to expend for furni
ture and flowers "
Randall remarked that the bill ap
propriated $16,000 for repairs and
furniture for the executive mansion
while in 1883 $20,000,' and in 1884
$25,000 had been appropriated for a,
like purpose, so that the committee
was m the line of Jeffersonian sim
plicity. Next year.pCJiapa it would
do better. Tho committee should re
member that there was a very able
nouse Keeper at the White House
uow vijiugnter and appnuse)."
- Pending further action the com
mittee rose. ... .
, Blount, of Georgia,- submitted the
conference report on the post office
appropriation dm, and it -was agreed
to. f he Senate recedes from the
amendment which authorizes . tho
Postmaster-Gen er .l to- contract for
inland and foreign steamboat mail
service when it can be combined in
one route, when the foreign office is
not more than 200 miles distant from
the domestic otiice, en the same terms
as inland 6teamh2H.t servKK). The
ment increasing by $30,000 . the ;ap
nropriation for the railway poa J al
car service. The Senate also recedes
from the foreign mail service amend
ment known as' the . "subsidy -amendment.
.. , ' V , .
Brapg. of Wisconsin submitted tn
conference report on tyhe army, ap
propriatibn bill and it was agreed to
There were- no important' point of
controversy between the two houses
on this bill, the differences , being
principally as to the matter of detail.
Hatch, of Missouri; submitted the
conference report on the agricultural
nr.nrnnnatinn hill And it was aerreeu.
to. The House then at five o'clock i
' SOUTH CABOLIitl. . '
Gov. Thompsou , Kesiern HIo Of
- flee to Accept ' a Position In
Washington, June 29. William E
Smith, Assistant Secretary, of the
Treasury, has tendered his resigna
tion to the President, to take effect
July 1st. next, in order to accept the
position of solicitor for the St. Paul,
MinneaDolis and Manitoba R3ilrqad
Company, with headquarters at 8t.
The President has selected as his
successor, Hon. Hugh" 8. Thompson
present Governor ot soutn uarouna,
and will send his nomination to the
Senate tomorrow. Mr. Thompson is
said to be a man of ability ,. and to be
in entire accord 'with the President's
Eoliey oh all public questions. -,He
as been prominently identified with'
the educational interests of his State
and is at i;r ispnt serving out bis sec
ond term as ,iw Governor. . He has
resigned the oftlco of Governor, and
expects to be able to assume the du
ties ot his new office as soon as , his
nomination shall have been con
The Veto Don't Work, v
Washlngtoe Critic. ' ,
"Daniel," said the President, stern
lv. as he looked uo from an official
paoer he had found on his desk.
"Yes, sire," responded the Secre
tary, with some trepidation.
"What is this? '
'lt is a bill, sire. for some artielea
Mrs. C. has been purchasing."
"Um-um ." hesitated the President:
"is it! Well, its the first thing of the
kind that has ever come before my
notice ." ,
"Yes, sire," said Daniel, because he
had nothing: else to say iust then. .
" Then the hard look came into the
President's face acain. and his voice
was cold. ;
- "Daniel." he said, laving the bill
down in front of him.
."Where is my veto t"
"Your wife has it. sire.". . - -
"Urn-am. DanieL will you be kind
enek to IA a abeofc: for th
And Daniel took the bill.
The Pan Electric. .
Washington, June 29. Three doc
uments in the na ure of report will
be presented t the House by the ran
Electric Telephone committee, but as
neither will be signed by the maiorr
tv" of . the tcommittee technically
speakine, there will be no '"report'
before the House for action. rThe re
port drawn up by the chairman will
be signed by himself and Oates, Eden
and Hall, all Democrats. - Ranny has
secured the signhtures of Millard,
Hanback and Mcffatt, .all Republi
cans,' to his report, while Hale. Dem
oerafc, has presented his views in an
individual report. Chairman Boyle's
report will not be made public before
. . ,
- A Korth Carolina Tragedy. :
Raleigh. June 29. A special tele
gram from Plymouth, N. C, w the
News and Observer says : "Yesters
day! Jame8N. Basem'ore, who lives
near Windsor. Bertie county, and his
son,! Stone Basetnore, quarreled, and
the son bred both barrels of a shot'
gun loaded with buckshot into his
father's" body. He then broke open
the safe, took therefrom $800 and
fl'jd. The sheriff and a large posse
are scouring the country in search of
him. The father is yet alive, but will
die.l There is great excitement over
this awful crime. -
The Cotton Report.
' New York, June -29. Greene &
Co say:- The demand was less active
and apparently ? more careful - with
tone and values easier, the line of
cost averaging a fraction .under last
evening. The bull pool was taking
fewer contracts and in some cases
appeared to be selling, while the cov
ering? demand had comparative v a
moderate volume".; The general offer i
mgs nowe ver were limited : as the
room still entertains fears of mamnu
lation. The crop accounts are some
what contradictory, but not unfavor
able enough to draw much demand
either from investment or to cover.'
Bast ball Yesterday.
Pittsburg -Pittsburgs 7, Athletics
Cincinnati Cincinnati 12, Bali
Chicago Chicagc s 2, Philadelphias
Louis ville Louisvilles 5. Brookl vns
11 - - . , -
Kansas Citv Kansas Citvs 2. New
St Louis St. Louis 5. : Metropoli
tans 2. "- " '
Detroit Detroits 3, Washiiigtoris
St. Lonis St Louis 4, Botons 11,
Hampton. Virginia. Norfolk. 11.
Lynch burgs 4. . , - ,
JMaooa JEwln, no gaqoe.
! ITnlvorelty COMWoaoement.
University of Virginia. Jun 29.
Hon. W. C. P. Breckenridsre address
ed the joint lite rary societies of Uni
versity today. The Magazine Medal
was awarded to John W. MoseIv...The
celebration of the Jefferson society
took place tonight. The oraters' med
al was a warded to C. A. Swanson, of
Virginia, and the debaters' medal to
George W, Anderson, of Georgia.
Dr. W B Tow les was elected 10 l he
Chair of Anatomy and Major Green
Jfay ton, froctor. -,
After Many Dys. s
Pittsbtjrg, Pa.T Juno 29. Jones &
Laughlin's nail faetory will be put in
operation today, after being idle 13
months. This is the first factory tq
start under the "scale; arranged by
the Amalgamated Association. - It
-has 65 machines and will employ
about 20 nailers and 55 feeders, be
sides heaters, rollers and :. packers.
Preparations to start are being act
ively pushed at other factories. ; .
IVow Asraln Another Hartford
Oc8loniliy Hartiord man is a winner, and It
is likely to b rnnde la Tke Loulaia state tot
terj. Only a short time v a lad named Duffy
drew tl,0CO, and the oney was promptly for
warded to him. Ami sow BenJ. F. Prouty. )ojlt
keeuer la Gold utreet. is tne winner ot one-nfrh
of ticket No. 64.M4. which drew one ot the fourth
epltl iTlres ef 6,000 It was In the drawing ot
Maylflh, and to day he received bid sh-re, $1,00.
A few years ao ttw sum a drew $2,000 and
was prompt1! paid. He m iy be considered a luoky
imimi. Marilord Conm.) I'ltnes, II a j as. ; ,
Itlri. 4e Perwost's ltriitdy
U stUl she rt Elnid Fn'TSer Id t-.e r -t.
' J I. ii. i ii V. ..Sli. " t.
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GrahARi. Gleaher: ; Last Monday
while Mrs Deborah Freeland ; was
walking in her garden,- about a mile
from Graham, a large apple tree full
of fruit, gave way at toe . roots - ana
fell upon i her, pinning "her to the
ground. She was held in that pain
ful position until some of her neigh
bors were sent tor ana reiievea ner.
It is feared that Mrs.- Freeland's inju
ries are fatal, but their extent is not
known. - ,
'Raleigh Visitor: Mr. George B
TTinn of this oitv. received a telegram
last evening, conveying the sad in
telligence that his rattier, Mr. tieorge
M. Hiss, aged sixty-five years, died
suddenly and unexpectedly at twelve
o'clock y ester d sty, at his home in
Baltimore. ; Me. --.-..Hiss f expected to
have left this morning to be present
at the funeral obsequies, but his phy
sician advised him, on account of bis
feeble health for a long time,; that it
would '- not be ' advisable for him to
undertake the trip. V -
News and Observer r Deputy Sher'
iff Taylor, of Hertford, has brought
a convict to the penitentiary, mak
ing, the total number of striped birds
lt389. ; it is not necessary to file
new applications - for pensions this
year ; The certificate of the clerk of
the Superior court, that the person
who received a pension is alive, is
sufficient.-r- The lack of snow
here during the , intensely cold
weather last winter, was what play
ed the mischier with the wheat. . It
was winter killed. The J uae rains
were just the thing for oats, the crop
f which is : remarkable.- The
Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley Railroad
is rapidly being extended to . Mount
Airy. Therij are now- four hundred
and ten laborers employed in grad
ing, track laying and bridge building
on, that road. The work is being
pushed vigorously, the rails having
already been laid to within a few
miles of Bruce.
. Asheville Citizen: Mr. Mark Jones
ealled on us yesterday to tell us-of
his encounter witb a big saake a few
days ago on Laurel branch. He was
sauntering up the mountain, gun on
shoulder, when he came suddenly
upon the largest snake he had ever
seen.lvins stretched upon tne ground
at the foot of a precipitous rock. He
was startled both at the size of the
snake and its unusual form. As it
lay. it was between six and seven
foot . long, its head large and mont
strous, the body wa about twelve
inchs in circumference, of almost
equal size from: bead to tail, the lat
ter terminatine in a t blunt wedge
shaped final. The color was black
and white, pied. After a good look,
Mr. Jones fired, breaking its back.
When shot the snake ejected from
its mouth a young turkey upon
, whit tt b4 sbs4o to .rtakfat.
The Wr4 was 4ead, of eour, and
vm about oao third grown. A no
gro boy amused himself thrusting
the head of a large club into the
mouth of the still live reptile, which
sport was resented by. the vicious
snapping and closing of the jaws
; upon the club, making a noise as the
teatb struct tne wood, wnicn could
rut hATVi a lrmr wav off. Mr. Jones.
who has had muck experience with
mountain snakes, says he has nver
seen one like thin, nor one so fprmid
Pilei are frequently preceded Sy setiM1 of
bizht In the hack. 1 lu ami l'n-r part r alnlo
men. eaui1i t i- iw'.ient tasuppoe Be ha soiue
affection of the Sidneys or nPUbor d ore na. At
Uiatw. symptoms ot lniiUstltn aie preient. 11 ttu
lency, untj isiiies ul th) ftomacli etc. a molxture
Hue persplrattoi. producii g a f ry disagreeable
itcniogs alter icetuog warm, is a common attend
ant. Blind. Blading and Itching Hl-8 yield at
once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Rem
edy. which acts altectly upon the pert affected,
absorbluc the Tumors, ailayliut the intense Itch-
lng. and eflectltie a p marierit cure Pr'ce (0
cents. Address Th- Doctor Bounko Medicine Co.,
riqua. u. ooia Dfu.tt-y istoo.
JBAKKEXef BV TELEOBAPD
BALTlMOKk. Klour steady and qnlet ' Howard
street and western Suri fine $i 502.90: fcxt.-a
a.WiJt3 6a: Haniur 74&"; City Hills so
uerOne t 60a)a.00; Extra $3.ffi 00; Klo
brinds S4504$162 heat Southern firm ;
western aaier, anaci singianii; uoutnern red
86 rj6 new 88: southern ainoer IMd'BS No 2 Wes
tern winter red, spot 81 bid. Corn Southern white
lower; He tern steady and, dull; yellow' higher
Chicago Flour Uunchanffed. - Wheats-active:
closed fci above yesterday: June TAWMSMs; July
Wjfi'73i4; August V4it?75 Corn dull and
stood?; casn W; July Mcf iH; August 35a
361. Oats-dull ai.d firm: cash 27; July tfu3
Wl a 16: Aueu t '-5. Meg Pork active and
stronger; casn 9 67iS; July 10 55i9.7Urr Angust
$9.60a$9bO. Lard - active at 0i2ts liUher;
caoh $8.a7iff$B.30. Ju.y $6.25S6 8Au; August
i6.RQtMa. Suort . rib fldei firm caitb
$5 97Vi Boxed meats steady; dry sa ted shoul-
aers a.; snore clear ii. atjZo. wnialtey
musuaj at j. ouaru uucnacgea. .
Niw Tobk. I" oar Southern steady; common
to fair extra 3.10S 43 43. wbe it wituoutchage.
of Importance: ungraded red bS(2S4lA; Mo 2 red
July 8484 9-16. Com Vi lower an . dull; No 3
July 46?s4fir August 46 Oats-a shade better
ana quiet; Juijr BM. Hops qnlet and firm.
Coffee firm; Rio 9Mt T Sugar steady; refined
firm. Molu8 ffrm at 60c; test 18r218. Bice
steady. Cottou seed oil 25826; crude 83; retlh
ea rosin duiu I urpentine-duii at smHOk.
Hides-steady. Weol quiet. Pork mess 410.10
QH10.2& (or old; $10 75 12 $11.26 for new: mldd es
firm: ong clear ti Lard steady; western spot
$6.f)5ab 60; August 6 623)6,61. JTielijnts-dfuU.
Cottonll-Md Wheat 8Vid. . ' .
WiLMnt-tToir Turpentine firm at S9. Rom In
firm: strained 76; good stralnea 80 'lar firm at
$1.2fi; crude turpentine firmr hard 76; yeUow dip
$160; virirtni.80. -
Savamhah Turpentine firm Ht 2914; sales .
Bosln firm at 90rrL12Vs; sales 210.
CsuHLKfroN -Turpentine firm at 29. Bosln
quiet at k6 lor good strained. .
NB YORK. "
Sxchange 4.88IA. Money lWilZMi. guh-treasnry
baianoss gold $129,146,000; ourrenoy $20,003,000:
ttoremments dull; four per cents 1 J1; ihrees
dull; ataU bond 1061A.- - f-, - - j
Alabama Cls s A, 2 to a.... .i. ....... l.DSu
tteorgia 7's merwage ........ m
siortS CaeoUne is ......Mi.M
Va ' ' . ' .
9iiu nruuua o. v..i
South Carolina Brown Consols.,...
Tennessee 6's.... ....
Chesapeake and Ohio
Chloauo and Northwestern....
... 6s ;
l;UIVW(U SOU UJWOBWI lit yiULCUW. ..
...... XT I. nanVAnwA
Delaware and. Lackawanna
Kast Tennessee .",
Lake Shore .
Louisville and Nashville.
Uemnhls and Charleston . . .
Mobile and Ohio
Nashville and Chattanooyra.
new jrieans f acme, isw
Maw Vrt.l. rAn..l ,
uun x ui n vrauvLOl , , , , t .. . . .... . . .. . . ,
Norfolk and Western preferred...'. s.;
nonnerij r aotnc eommon..
Northern Pacthc preferred..
Heading..... .... .....
Blchmond and JUlnvhanv
Rlctamarid n.nH TmnvlKa
Blchmond and West olnrierminaL
St. Paul preferred 7 '1'." T'.V
New Jersey Central
Western Union. . . . . .
Bid. tLast bid. fiOfferedl
Usked. ISt. DIt.
aentt29a"tW1-?671 Bmaln S
' Nomolk Steady; middling ,1-n nt rmT.irV.
790, gross 730; sales ?$mA WK.
ooastwlse-; oonttoent ; ret Britain--!
BALTiMOBNom'l'v. mW(lilDg-9U; -netMPpt
: gross 614; tales.; stock" Iot-, ,lrvnii
gross l,77d; spinner j Btoi60: eiitaSf'
wis Tt to ttieat Britain a " - T? aa?"
ports to ttnat Britain ; "CK 16'&V -
671: gross ffilf-aales 47;
atocfc 84,750;' exports.
Nw OktKjura gteMfr: mirfiin ' inh, not
receipts 1,073: gros l,&rts sales 200 sfck 42,746s
exports coastwise ; to Great Britain 17SJ',
xrouix ; continent ; coatlse . .
KOBiL-S'eaiy; middling' 8; - net renelpts
200; gross 200; sales 2V); stock . 7,614; exports
coastwlsf 422 fireat Britain - ,
Mkmphb Steady; middling 8; receipts 80;
shipments 23J; J sales 3; stock 21,732; exdorts
v AOOtota Quief ; middling 8; receipt 25; sales
' stock 12l4tfi -i -tr rTfi , " .. '.t m
NCHABUBrrtw Quiet; middling 9; nA receipts
358; gross 350; sales ; stock 5 610; exp'rts
continent ; coastwise 2,511; Grest Britain ;
lTrance . - v
E?Nw Tom Easier; safes 334; upland ;.
erleane i 9-16: 'consolidated ne reoeiots 3,431;
exports to 4reat- Britain 6,140; to .France 850;
eontlnent41,49d,- stock S68J61. j
JFuiourew. : - :
Ssrw Tobr Net ; gross receipts 3,078;
Futures elueed barely steady; tales 60,200 bales,-
June. . .
August. . .
9 0 .08
9 182) 19
January. . .. .
April $47 i.48
to OO.O o
. 11 r or pool Cottoa HarVel.
LrvuRPoOi.. June 29 Business flnd at harden
lng rates; Uplands 5id; Orleans 5 S-I6d; sales
12.000; speculation and export 2,000; receipts
7,00 ; American 600. Futures firm at an ad
vance. . . " ' r ..--...('..
June and July, 5 9-4d. T - -' ,
i .- July and August, 6 9 64d, fsellers.V-v ' r .
4ugust and 6eptember,6 9-64&S 104d,snen )
, eeptembeir and October, 5 6-6 d (seUcsrs.) .
. October and November 6 2-64d. '
November and December. 4 1 64d- .
September 6 9 6435 10-64d. . '
Tenders itoo. new poekets. - - .
, 2 r. a. Sales American 10,400. ' Uplands 5 M6;
4lM.a .. ..
- June and July, 6 9 Md. (buyers,) ' -.. r 1
r July and August 6 9-6d (turers.) '
- Augut and tieptember, 5 104d, (nellers.) -
. September and October, 6 664 it oyer ) .-: -,
October and November, 5 7 Bid, isellers.) v ; - ,
November and December 5 164d. istllers.) ' W
DectmtKr and January 6 l-64d. (buyers ) ..- r
September, 610 64d, seUers j ' ' "
Jrutures closed steady. . "
4 p. u.-Salnofday American.""
June, 6 10 61 (neiler.) . ,
June and July, 69-64d (buyers.) . .,
, July and August, 6 9-6 la (buyers.) -:
August and September. 6 9-64d, (buyers.) . :
September and October, 5 664d (sellers.)
October and November, 4 2'd. (value.) ,
Novemberand liecember, 5 1 64d, (sellers.)"
juorouiuer aim jitfiuary o l-otu, .value I
September S 10-64d (sellers.) - -futures
- . LIVEiPOOLPBOD0CE
Wheat dull; poor demand; supply In excess
oi uemuua; ittiuornia no l tae ana eaisu. .
Cora quiet, witb poor demund. , - ;
.. CJIty Cotton Slavsxet
:! Offici ov thx OBSKBnrB, I
. CHAKLom, N. C, Ju!iea9,l88rL.
The city cotton market yesterday eluded steady
atine rouowing quotations
Strict If Iddltng.... .... .... ........ .... . r 9.ro
Hood middling .. ..
Middling... ...... . 8
Keoelpts yesterday. ....... . . .
CITY PRODKCK MARKET
Reported by T. B. Haotll.
JOKS 34. 1888. ;
OwKsTW wMs!wftlc tmtmm aa-
Xosl--par kmkel...-. .
Wheat pw kaihJ.. , .
PeaoBta per taaheL... ......
Super... , ,
Peas -Clay, per bushel. . ....
Mixed. ........ ...
Oats shelled, ... . ...... .: :
Dried Fruit Apples, perlb.. ......
- "eache , oeeled. . . . . .
Potatoes bweet. ...'.. . .... ....
Cabbage, per pound.
Onions, per bushel
Beeswax. per pound..-
,. i 46
,. . voia
Tallow, per pound...
Butter, per pound....
B &s, per dozen..... .
Turkeys, per pound..
,. . 676'
UOOflO. w. . fk
Beef, pef pound, net
Mutton, per pound, net... .
l-onr, per pound, ceu.
H oi.wi. hel
... .... .,
Veathern. new ...
Bags, per poind ,
L. J. W AXJTKB.
L J. WALKER 6 CO.
Wholesale and Eetall Grooers.
tEW FIBUfI , - NRW . GOODS
fW the first day of Janaarv.l886.thnndflrslrand
" 'entered into a co-partnership tor the purpose
ui oanyiug un
Genera! Grocery Basinet
At the old stand of Springs t PorwelU corner
Trvnn A: ronrth afroota t Wa dm maiidui K
eiperience, to meet the demands of the trade, and
iiw jKiHnmv.ivii uf uur cufiwinerB.
; We i will keep on hand at all times a fall stock of
Whlcb win be delivered ta any oart of tl cUi tee
' W REMEMBERS
We will not be ondersold in the Cbarlotte market
Tbere Is a tiood wjumn vnnl In thA mm nt
oar store for the aooommodatlon of our feciLsto-
L J. VALKER & CO.
TJ rXILTlTllCD Kainrl.. A
Bcrefufous and Contagions Biseases oV th ainoS!
Sirti ?a.'P;.wl,4 Los Hair, from Infancy to
lv n n . tZ 'Atr"' ur?? f otticvka, the great
liaut,rin,t15DTf00IUJ?OA''- n exojlsito Skin
. COTinED WITH SOHFJ.
Skl?h"'?.5 Am L March with a
was mmrH iiTh ,zz"c: w',oa Jtoaema. . My face
ss warMto itching
concUiaed to Bive th?m .'.If ?IU?J' ""ecornrr, ended;
broad bkook, o$n,,CLMA winCK.'--
r wnut Afnt .At ntt.i, .
Ear, and NeckrwhlSh tTrS?g ?,e ShSro' fSS
mur rxniM m nnn.,.j "uf,l".,. wnere I vol
iS'SSP vol i
iaOE. 4TH Struct, Nk w ToiutTio 8LlS.
Ha've had aaads'Svodamtet1 80Af''
nrtn t. h. nTrri-?0 . ' this summer.
wiilcii the CunouRA kw-firnTt r1 '" country, in
uQ UtUvTjfJ IwiF I Mill
i; " 4 UTICnil Ana?
RCO amo Ciivkui. r' Z' : rot
to Cure fittn nii... ,7 , ua ior
Tn n tt J . 1
V t8jiTf n, ? Jiai:uink 19 THK
iSliiiiilOofl leair hit
'J - . " - ; - i: : ' i :". " WILL BE A-i
- ' . ' . - , - " - " ' ' V."', x t
BIS RELIEF & JOY!
, 'I - " '
, The Doctor says: WMen Mr. James Bdwarda, of
Senola, Gai began to take "Gulnn's Pioneer Blood
Benewer," saw taint.- He was covered, body and
-extremities, with a characteristic 'syphlilitlc erup
tion that seemed to have baffled all treatment. I
saw him th seoend time In about ten days, when
he was so changed In appearance by having the
scales removed and the eruptlens healed, that I
barely knew him, and. In a remarkably short time
he was relieved of all appearance ot the disease.
j - : v. W, a DBKWBT, M. D,.;
' Spalding county, 6a. .;
- i . - , .
A ftrtau" fiire fer Catari h !
Flesh1 Prodacer and Tonic !
: . J .
PIONEER', BLO'JD RENEWER
. . -f-
" I it'-
Cures all Blood ' and ' Skin Diseases, i
uneumatism, cicroiuia, uia sores, y ;
A Perfect Spring Mediciop.
If not in your .market it will Befor-
Small jBoWes, $ 1 00- Urga, $1.75.
CffStT Olf DLOOI AJU HKIIV
ltlSEsVSCM MAIIO FREE.
U1S0I MEOfGINE CflUPINT,
MAtJON,; Ga. .
v WITH US
MP IHmirA net A - 1 . ...
, AND PLACED ON SALE :
White Marseilles Vests at 35 cents.
White Marseilhs Tests at 65 cents.' .
. Striped Coats fast colors at 35 cents '
- o c? Coats-Seersucker effects at 35 cents.
Boys Coats Seersucker effects at 25 cents.
Boys' Knee Pants at 25 cents. .
Boys' Knee Pants at 35 cents. - ' ;
Boys' Knee Pants at 50 cents. - -
Boys' Shirt Waists at 25 cents.
Boys' Shirt Waists at 35 cents.. " -
Boy$', Shirt Waists at 50 cents;
Boys' Linen Suits at cut prices.
Mens' Linen Coats at cut prices.
Mens' Linen Pants at cut prices.
II.TEVEBTHrBK4I.SES,SE OF TOE TERM, WE 1KB
E. D. LATTA & BRO
. NEW HIGH ARM
" VERTICAL. FEED
fs&vm wis . v : 2E&dsisE
Exclusively in her Dress Making Department, after using other-machinea
for years' By this New 'Feed invention" all 'seems are WetroJg and
2 nichines. yU 5 tt Wi" C08t you nothingSllsTor
1IHF. 4p McpOWfjLL, CharUtt If. Ci, Aet!
CATAWBA COi If; C.
wv.uuivvm nuiaiiius; 1CHC a9 UVn
i open for the accommodation of the public.
1 . . Ja T..lll I . -a. . .
. dimiuiukb iu&tb wou ereuvea. kdq un rooms
possible, ana the table will be supplied with the
w UUB LUO UJLCUaVCl OOlUiUS. 4 -
THE MEDICAL PROPERTIES OF
rtm WATERS UNRIVALED
; wuv uavl a, sjnruvvmi UUCUUlflUSIUi
KlrinAff Unit fTHnovo' rtlnaui l rw.
bHity and Nervous Prostration, and a Healthier
J-JWrt&MVU UVIJ IrV linilllj, . .
BATH HOUSES t OMPLETE
Pnnl. S)inw70F nnrl Warm Uti1nTii. an rPn.l.fnK
Hot Air, Vapor an Medicated Baths, when de
sired. All amilSAmnotjl nonall. Iranf nt lint oTaa. w.
' " R B. O ELLIOTT, '
B. X. WADDELL A WlfS. - . Proprietor.
maT90satunweda:frllm . ;-
, 8TASD IRD
T 0 R B I.N E
sis cost of manufactnriner antf
jadyertlslnff. fMnphiet with
new rnce l,isi, sent ires Dy 1
BURIfaAlIf BROS.VYOKK, PA.
J?e allowed arm tmm
- mupciraury AlipiulIIceB, MOT maw wuOCux
lUA 1 1. monWA.k. ,i t f. 1 . 7
Hon to Health, Vigor and Manhood traarmntx
' mveiope mailed f re, by addreasina -
Airs; Joe Person's Remedy
Is stfll the best Hiood Purifier on fhe marlcet.
:,.ipu.-M..MiAnKN. wholesale BruaiU.
Greepsbofd Fesiile College,
IHK VXhh SESSION OF 1898 Wilt BKGIN
on tbe 2fith of Aunnst. with . inmauii .in.
tages. Nu.i.berot pupils enrol ed tne pastiear,
2Bt- The prosperity ot the Institution Is based en
merit, tfacuiti accomplished aden)ctent Thor
ough instruction la all tbe departments of Nam
ing usually tauabt In female .Colleges of hltrh
grade; Strict attention paid to pbrsleal develop-
iucut, iwui una cumiurr special aaTancaees
offered In Music Art, Modern languages, and
Elocution. Charges very mod . rata, -.-,
for partloulars applj tor catalogue to '" - " j
t. m jnwir.
JuneMdtX - , President.
Fjiiu. kaixiHUjVV VCmPAWT
COMPANT fiHflPA. N- C . )nna 1RM iuu-
"I JlOOOa 1
(frisk TViw OniMHtk - A . '
aTZy auuuai meeting of ; the
uwvaiiviucig u VU1S UimpaOT Will M liaM In
Greensboro on Thursday, July 8tb T lffl -m ta
ttelr tamilles-wire and children Hvtaf unde? toe
roof-bj applying to the undewtgned. ""r H
Iunel7d4w ' - ' ' "V1". T
General Agent. Trade St.
Cotton Gin Co.,
NEW LONDON, CONN.
Mannfactnrera of 'the "Old Reliable"
Brown Cotton Gins,- Feeders and Con
densers. All the very latest improvements: ln
proved roll box, patent wbipper, two
brash belts, extra strong- brash, cast
steel bearings, new improved Feeder,
enlarged dust proof Condenser.
. Strong, simple in construction, durable
Jsins fast, runs lis-hL ttleans the gfcA nor.
.jjfectly and produces ffrst class samples..";
j j u. m n n n vmt r xubxv. xx X.
at est acaieaatble nolnt. Send tttr fnll
' deaptioaud price; Usf, v- ; .
Houses Rented, r
. Houses rented and rents collected, in the
Adrertlsedtree of charge, . ,u
CHABLOTTI BXAIi XSTATX A6XNCT,
' i v - . B. a. GOCHHANX. Manager,
-Sd W ' Trade Street Front Central HoteL
JUS T RECEIVING
THE BEST STOCK ?OF GOODS IN
THE C3TTY IN OUB LINE.,
A. R & W B. 2JISBET,
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy "
Is still the test Blood Purifier on the market - '
JNO. H. HoADBM, Wholesale DrugglsU
ST. HART'S SCHOOL,
j - RALEIGH, 1. fj.f '
THS ADVENT TERM, THE NINTH 8KMI
annual session, begins Thursday. September
9th, 18H& For Cdtalogue address the Hector,
June26d2m Bay. BNBTT 8MKDK3, A. M.
BY MUTUAL CONSENT. ON MAT 818T. ISA,
the professional po-partnership ot Cra Jones
4 Graham, was dlssohed. All persons Indebted
u them are notiftaypbcall and settler with S. B,
' , 'J. B. JONBi M.'TC.
aUBKfH UHAUAH, M. O.
- SIMMONa B. 0ONSS, M. D.
rTWlt tuNDEBSteNKD, TJNDEB THB FIBM
i name of Drs. Graham 4 Jones have associated '
themselves for tbe practice of medicine and sur
gery. - . - - JOSEPH GRAHAM, M. D. .
- -, ' SIMMONS & JONES, M. D
JunelSdlm. : ;: -
KOR SALE. . .
1' LOT 99 feet on Trade street, running back
396 feet to Fourth street, eonta ntng two story
brick dwelling, adjoining property of Dr. O'Dono
Khue. Price IS.OQOl, .7 ... .
1 LOT coiner College and Fifth streets, 16 fee
front. 123 feet deep. Price $7(XL
2 LOTS on CoKege street, (one containing two
story brick store.) Lot 198 feet deep, fries
HOUSE AND LOT next to Charlotte Hotel, 2
storj ham building. . Price 5.090
K ACRKS; L4NO near Blddie Institute on the
W C . H , Prloe 12&.00 Der acre.
HOUd AND LOT corner' Third and Collega
Strettta. two alm lami ioiltnir. 13 roons.
HOUSS AND LOT on fflxth street, near B.
D. R. R . lot SOxlftS fAAt Hnuse eontalns o
rooma, rnoe 12.600, '
((7 icEE3 OF LAND (one-naif heayily tlm
JJ I beradi. in Dnfm, nnt f! C. Railroad
S miles from Mt. Hotly. Prloe tio per acre.;
CQO ACBJSS Oir LAfTB In the Hopewell section,
U04 one-half in timber land and about 60 aeref ,
ta bottom land. Price J10,per acre.
B STDIN, TUBNTTUBB, MATTBB3SBS,
Linen.. Uamuttn .Nets and CnwkArr at 10-
duoed prices. -r. - -"
v K Tierce MagnolU Hams, 12 Cbs average,
f .tJr. ... - ..i. . .
t g Tlerees Magnolia HaaaTH lbs arerage.
-1 1 Tierces Tarlor Hams, H ID 8Terage.
l a '.a r w sr : rw -. srm j
,C:r: e': rc--i:i iron tb c ;r
Sirs. -Je 3Eerwoaa r.emedr
t '-,.,,1. """"" -a, t-e
U E "! r 9 r ir ---w. . . .... ; ,