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b a i t y a m a k t o $m ate may 2 3 1 i 1 g g 2 .
CIIAS. R. JONES, Editor and PropUon
Unno at m Fobt-Oitio a cuium
. 0., Al flnOQBTO-CLABB HATTM.1
- The Democratic convention of Geor
gia meat July 9. "n"
The fund for the wife and child of
Sergeant Mason amounts to $3,542.62.
It is rumored that Conkllng will be a
candidate for pongress from the Utica,
N. Y district, ;
The work of eviction goes on daily
and thus the work of "conciliation" pro
grasses. ' a T -? .
The Missouri Court of Appeals grant
ed a new trial to a St. Louis murderer
because of the ignorance of his lawyer.
Some of the Georgia ' papers mix
small-pox and politics up so that we
don't know which they have the most
The Dublin Freeman's Jburnafpub
lishes an alleged confession of one of
the Phoenix ; assassins, which has the
earmarks of a huge hoax.
The Supreme Lodge Knights of Hon
or, which held a ten days' session at
Baltimore, adjourned Thursday, to
meet in Galveston, Texas, next year.
Mr. Mackey, the Bonanza King, pro
poses to erect a hotel in London five
times as large as any now there, and
have it runi n American style.
Boy n ton bounced the rapids in the
roaring James at Richmond, last Fri
day, and performed his aquatic feats to
the admiration of a gazing crowd of
James Gordon Bennett has given Mrs.
DeLong, the widow of Capt DeLong,
who perished on the Jeanette Arctic
expedition, $50,000 in United States
The Democratic Keadjusters in Vir
ginia are dropping Mahone, and refuse
to follow him any further since he has
tried to carry them bodily into the Re
Mr. Treacott is coming home, having
failed to make any arrangement be
tween Chili and Peru that Chili would
consent to. She has her clutches on
Peru and does not propose to let go till
she gets all she wants.
The last census shows considerable
difference in the rate of mortality be
tween the white and colored people in
Southern cities. Savannah, Ga, shows
a death rate of 10.85 per thousand
among the whites and 45.47 among the
Macon Telegraph: "There has been
nothing so ludicrous in Georgia politics
since the war, .as the frantic efforts of
the bushwhacking Jacobins to capture
a respectable leader. But they were
sharp enough to know that he couldn't
be found in Georgia outside of the
Democratic party." A similar condition
ludicrousness exists in this State.
This from the Macon, Ga, Telegraph
fits in this State as well: "Democrats
in the various counties of the State
cannot now afford to fall out with each
other because1 of minor differences of
opinion as to the mere details of party
organization. The material interests
of Georgia are at stake in the coming
elections. The Democrats cannot af
ford to see the destinies of Georgia
placed in the keeping of a mongrel
athering of disaffected, hungry and
The Republican congressional com
mittee has already entered the field,
and is issuing orders for the Congres
sional elections this fall. The Louis
ville Courier-Journal remarks: "The
entire energy of the machine is to be
devoted to capturing the Southern Con
gressional districts, and the members of
the committee boast that they have the
inside track. The Virginia repudia
tors are to be given everything they
want; the whiskey party in North
Carolina is to have the entire support
of the administration, and if the com
mittee can find a faction in favor of re
pudiating the national debt in any of
the Southern States, that faction will
have the backing of the administration
THE OENEBjLL ASSEMBLY.
The General Assembly of the South
ern Presbyterian Church met in Atlan
ta last Thursday, at the First Presby
terian church, which was filled with
delegates and spectators, and among
them many of the men most distinguish
ed in the Presbyterian church. There
were one hundred delegates present
representing the different synods. Rev.
R K Smoot, DD, of Austin, Texas, was
elected moderator. He is a gentleman
of great force of character, a , fine par.
liamentarian. and a preacher of rare
eloquence.-He is a native of Tennes
see,' being born in Huntington in 1836,
He graduated at Hanover College, in In
diana, in 1856, and completed his theo
logical course at Danville, Ky., in 1859.
He then became pastor of the church at
Bowling Green in that' State, where he
remained sixteen $6ars, and then re
moved to Austin, Texas, where he has
since remained. v' ,
THE COURT IN BANC
It Refute te Sustain the Exceptions
and Decides that 4 the Judgment
Against Guiteau Must Stand.
Washington, Mayj 22. The an
nouncement that the decision of the
Court in Banc upon the exceptions in
the Goitearj case would be read this
morning attracted an unusual gather
ing at the Circuit Court room. At 10.15
the Judges' filed into court and took
their places upon the bench soon after
the formal Opening of the court Justice
James said: "I am instructed" ty the
court to announce the decision in the
case of the United States against Chas.
J. Guiteau upon the exceptions to the
judgment of the Criminal Court. He
then read from manuscript the decision
of the court. . At its conclusion Judge
James said: Although; the court was
unanimous in the views sot forth there
were some questions' which it was de
sirable to discuss more fully than could
well bfl done in the opinions he bad just
read and Justice Hagner had consented
. to discuss-ihese questions in a separate
opinionJnstice Hagner theaxead bis
opinion -and Chief Justice Carter made
the following , announcement; "The
oplnionvwtlch have been entered are
the traanimdus opinion of the court that
anew trial IS denied and that thejudg-
mens oeiow axarmea ia uus case.
The court, fcga, adjouraea
Brown's Jroa UUem, . , u ft . ,
THE QAME OF BLOCK.
AN UNIMPORTANT DAY JN THE
SENATE. t . . j -
The Democrats in the House Filibuster,
and for the Second day Block the Ite
" publican Game of Stealing another
Seat in Congress.
Washington, May 22. Senate.
Brown Dresented resolutions of the
Georgia Legislature asking for appro
priations in Taid of 'education in the
State. ' ! - t: t;
Garland reported favorably as amend
ed from the iudiciarv committee the
Senate bill to attach the county of Dade,
Florida, to tne southern district of that
Miller, of California, introduced a
joint resolution to authorize the Presi
dent to declare martial-law in the Ter
ritory of Alaska. Referred to the judi
The calendar was proceeded with and
the Senate bill to secure the safe keep
ing' of money paid into courts was
It directs tne deposit or an moneys
paid any court of the United States in
pending causes with the treasurer or
assistant treasurer, or designated de
pository of the United States, and where
theie is none such with a hank to be
designated by the court. Provision is
made lor Dona ana sureties lor sate
keepiDg of the money and for judgment
with damages upon failure to make
The Senate bill to provide for the
pay ment of the claim of Joseph R Shan-,
non for a steamboat impressed into the
Union service by Gen Butler, at New
Orleans in 1862, and destroyed by the
Confederates while in that service, was
passed, the committee's report assert
ing the loyalty of the claimant and the
liability of the government.
The Geneva awara 0111 came up as
unfinished business, the question being
on the House bill, and Mr Hoar ex
plained its provisions, briefly stating
that the bill makes provision for the
claims of exculpated cruisers, class and
war premium men, to the exclusion of
insurance companies. .Executive ses
sion. Adjourned. -
House. Soon after the House met
this morning an attempt was made to
take up tne Mackey-Dibbie election
case. Jb iuousteriog on tne part or tne
Democrats began and still continues.
Calkins bad called up the contest as a
' Randall antagonized it with the call
of States and . subsequently with Mon
day's special order for business. Seve
ral votes, tasen snowea no quorum,
while a call of the House showed 223
The doors were then closed and the
sergeant-at-arms was directed to take
absent members into custody.
Van Voorhis. of New York, was the
only member captured and he was ex
cused. Several votes, resulting in no
quorum, and the call of States showing
tne presence or more tnan a quorum
were had. - ?
The remainder of the time was Con
sumed in disputes among the members
and finally the House, at 4 :40 v m ad
journed, having accomplished nothing.
At a meeting of the commissioned
officers composing the North Carolina
State Guard, held in Charlotte on the
20th of May, Gen. Matthew P. Taylor
called the meeting to order, and plaeed
in nomination Gen. Johnstone Jones,
the Adjutant-General of the State, who
was by acclamation called to the chair.
In taking the chair General Jones in a
few appropriate and most feeling re
marks explained the object of the meet
ing to be for the purpose of giving ex-
Eression of the great grief occasioned
v the death of Brigadier-General B. C.
Manlv, of the First Brigade of the N.
On motion of General Taylor a com
mittee of six was appointed by the
chairman to draft suitable resolutions,
and the following officers were appoint
ed: Gen MP Taylor, Col Harry Skin
ner, Capt E F Young, Capt Charles
Hoke, Capt John B Broadfoot, Lieut S
V Goodson. .
During the absence of the committee
most touching addresses were made by
Col F H Cameron and Col I A Suggs,
of the Governor's staff.
Gen Taylor in presenting the resolu
tions paid a glowing tribute to the
memory of his distinguished brother
Col Harry Skinner also addressed the
meeting in a most feeling speech,tre
calling the many battle fields upon
which Gen Manly had figured with the
most unflinching bravery and daring
Lieut Goodson said he esteemed it a
high privilege as one of Gen Manly's
old battery, to give expression to his
feelings as to his great usefulness as an
officer and high-toned gentleman, and
to say that no man was more beloved
in the army by his men than was his
The following preamble and resolu
tions were unanimously adopted by a
rising vote :
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty
God to remove from our midst, our
esteemed friend and fellow-soldier,
Brigadier-General Basil C. Manly,
whose loss we so deeply mourn, we, his
fellow-comrades desire to place on re
cord our high appreciation of his noble
worth as a most gallant and tried sol
dier and gentleman in war, as well as
in peace, be it therefore
Resolved, That in The death of Gen
Manly, the North Carolina State Guard
haye sustained a loss of one of their
most valued commanders, in the very
prime of his life; and while we bow
with humble submission to this divine
decree, we nevertheless mourn his early
Resolved, That we tender our heart
felt sorrow and sympathy to his deeply
afflicted family, and in our prayers
commend them to Him, who alone can
soothe their torn and bleeding hearts.
Resolved, That the armories of the
different commands of the State Guard
be draped in mourning for the space of
Resolved, That as a further testimon
ial Of our esteem, we will wear the
usual badge of mourning for 30 days.
Resolved, That a copy of these pro
ceedings be sent to the Charlotte
Observer for publication, and that
the other papers in the State be request
ed to publish the same.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be transmitted to his afflicted
family. Matthew P. Taylor,
E. F. Young,
John B. Broadfoot,
S. V. Goodson,
The Pacific Bank Will Wind Up.
on, May 22. The Pacific Na
tional Bank, which suspended some
months ago and resumed but a few
weeks tince, stopped' payment to-day
and will wind up business. Its direc
tors have voted to go into liquidation
and have applied for a receiver. The
suspension is considered due to a lack
of business since the resumption, pub
lic confidence not .having been great
enough to warrant any large dealings
with the concern.
At Dennison, Ohio", Wednesday night
Steve Ryan entered the saloon kept by
his sister's husband, John Robinson,
and after drinking drew his revolver to
shoot his sister, who took it away from
him, He then struck her a terrible
blow and pushed the counter over on
her, inflicting injuries from which she
died at a few minutes;; When Informed
of his sister's death, Ryan said he was
glad of it. '
Jt Think f It I
S3O1I0D for 82 1 $15,000 for $1 2 beildei a num
ber Cf OtDor lane Drtzet awaitlns dlatrll nttnn In
monthly drawing May 81st. Bend in youromerj
at 0006 to EM Skjardman, Louuvine, r,
r; -liflto Jtr.o AW ITL- V
yerr month (1,080 prTres), and why not yon one
'Of tha Inctrv hn! 'rnnf ft ttairftt. ft in Aatfl Anna
- STATEl: NEWS,
' BaleighNews .& Observer; Mrs. So
phia .IiosenbauiD, wife, of Mr. J. M.
Rosen baum, died in this city on Satur
day at l p. m., aged about 42 years.
Mr. James M. Forrest died suddenly
Saturday afternoon about 3 o'clock at
the boarding house of Mr. H. A. Correll
on Blood worth street. His death is
supposed to have been caused by an
overdose of laudanum.
The market ho ise bell rung and the
"Liberals" tried hard to get up a meet
ing early in the day Saturday, but fail
ed; we learn, however, that their labors
were rewarded later in the day, and
they did have a meeting that is some
of them met, but others did not. The
.few kindred spirits who did meet re
solved quite liberally, we understand.
We learn that the1 University of
North Carolina will celebrate its con-,
nection with the railroad and telegraph
system of the world by a public meet
ing on Tuesday, May 30 (afternoon of
commencement week). Gov. .larvis,
President Battle and other speakers
whose names will soon be announced,
will address the crowd.
Blackberries are selling at Newbern
at 5 cents a quart.
The Raleigh State Journal is to be re
sumed as a coalition organ.
Pitt county has appropriated $250 to
the building of a teacher's institute.
J. E. Mayett, a merchant of Ply
mouth, committed suicide on the 14th
inst., by. taking-laudanum. Conjugal
infelicity said to be the cause.
The corner stone of the new court
house at Raleigh was laid Saturday
with Masonic ceremonies in the pres
ence of a large crowd.
There is talk of the removal of Miss
Robbins. postmistress at High Point,
to make place for one Holton, and the
town is indignant.
Causey's cotton factory runs 3,000
spindles making from 1,200 to 1,500
warps a day. Shortly 132 looms will be
put in to make colored goods, plaids
Lawyer Bulla, of Greensboro, shows
wheat stalks over seven feet high,
while Israel Rumly comes in from the
suburbs with a bunch of oats measur
ing 7 feet 3)4 inches, raised on land
that hasn't been manured in twenty
N. T. Herald.
Harper's Weekly says: "Stalwart
means spoils, but what does half-breed
mean ?" Well, a half-breed is a politi
cian just as eager for the spoils as the
other, but equally eager to make men
believe tnat be is not in tbe least anx
ious on that point. He has all the vices
of tbe out-and-out spoils hunter, with
the vice of hypocrisy in addition. He
'is a man who can snivel through the
nose about a civil service for four years
or eight or twelve when he is not in
power, and then cast civil service to all
the winds of heaven in the first half
hour in which he obtains a position
that might enable him to put his theo
ries in practice if he were honest. In
fact, a half-breed in politics is just like
a half-breed between two races he has
the vices of poth parents or parties and
the virtues of neither.
Watbinffton irrlng- Whitney Flirts
He Is 48 years old. but has tbe appearance of
one who haa gone through with long years of hard
work. His family consists of a wife and four
children. He bought a half of ticket No. 78 637.
In tha April (143a) Grand Monthly Drawing of the
Louisiana State lottery for one dollar. He re
cetred promptly $15,( )0, and has invested $3,500
In the purchase of house No. 2H5 W Jefferson
street, and the rest be will Invest against a futu e
possible rainy dy. !or Wayoe (Ind.) Sentinel,
April 17th. The next drawing will ocur June
18th. when Gen'ls Q T Beauregard of Louisiana,
and Jubal A Karly of Virginia, will scatter over
half a million dollars amongst those wise enough
to M. A, Dauphin, New Orleans, La.
DECLINE OF MAX.
Nei'ous Weakness. Dyspepsia, Impotence,
8exual Debility, cured by "Well's Health Henewer."
SI. Depot J. H. McAden, Charlotte, N. C
Honford'a Acid Phosphate In Nerrons
Dr. Ed in 7. Vose, Portland, Me., says: "I
hare preset Ibed It for many of thevai.ous forms
of nervous debility, and It hes never failed to do
There are fierce brain storms that shatter a
man's organization, his nerves shriek for relief,
and neuralgia banishes rest At sueh a time, if
the miserable su3erer would use Benson's Celery
and Chemomlle Pills, he would find perfect re
lle.f On Wednesday,
May 31st the 44th Drawing will occur. Quietly
and regularly every month this company dk tri
butes Its prizes. Now Is the time to invest for the
44th Drawing. Tickets only 82, and may draw a
prize ranging from $30,000 down to tea dollars
amounting to SI 12,403; remit to BM Boardman,
Courier-Journal Building, Louisville, Ky.
" The Best loathe World."
Abhevtlle, N. C, August 8, 1881.
H H. Warner A Co -Sirs: I consider your Safe
Kidney and Liver Cre ths best medlolne in tne
world for kidney and liver diseases.
Col. B. C O'Btbon.
Don't Forget Itl
That the 44th Grand Drawing of the Common
wealth DlstrlbuUon company comes on May 3 1 tt
Whole tickets. Si; Halves SI- Bemlt by mail or
express to B. M. Boaidman, Courier-Journal Build
lr g, Loulsv) le, Ej.
Can you find a case of Brlght's Disease of the
Kidneys. Diabetes, Urinary or Liver Complaints
that is curable, that Hop Bitters has not or cannot
cure? Ask Tour neighbors if they can.
Can't Get lu
Diabetes. Bright' Disease, Kidney, Frinary or
Liver Com plaints cannot be contracted by you or
your family if Hop Bitters are used, and If you al
ready have any of these diseases Hop Bitters la
tbe only medicine that will positively cure you.
Don't forget thLi. and don't get some puffed up
stuff that will only harm you.
Hotbers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken of your
rest by a sick child suffering and crying with the
excruciating pain of cutting teeth ? If so, go at
once and get a bottle of MBS. WIN3LOWS
SOOTHING 8TBTJP. It will relieve the poor little
sufferer Immediately depend upon it : there is no
mistake about it There Is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it who will not tell you at once
that It will regulate the bowels, and give rest to the
mother, and relief and health to the child, operat
ing like magic. It is perfectly safe to use in all
cases, and pleasant to the taste, and is the pre
scription of one of the oldest and best physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere.
25 cents a bottle.
"Certainty of Relief.
WllmlngcoD, N. C. Feb. 4, 1881.
H. H. Warner & Co. : sirs I know from per
sonal experience that j our Eafe t Idi ey and Liver
Cure Is a great medicine, and I believe alt who ar
affitcted c?n take U with a certainty of relief and
ure b. HABMAN.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
MAY 22. 1882
WrxjtiNQTON Spirits Turpentine fUrfi. at 44c.
Bosln firm, $1 65 for strained; $l.?o for good
strained. Tar nrm, at SI. 6-5. Corn uncnanjted:
prime white 90; mixed 93.
Baltimore noon Flour quiet and easier;
Howard street and Western super $3 253S4.50:
extra S476SS5.75; family S6 iiOS7.26; City
Mlll8,Buper$3.50a$4.75; extra $5 0OS7.80; Bio
brands $7 25ffiS7.37;Patapsco family $8. Wheat
Southern higher: Western steady and inacUve;
Southern red Sl.8oS1.38; amber 81.40ffi$l.48;
No. 2 Western winter red spot. $t.43$i.43m;
May SI 43S1.44. Corn-Southern steady; West
ern dull and easier; Southern white 89: Southern
Baltimore night Oats, firm; Southern 60
63; Western while 61 68; mixed 60Qdl; Penn
sylvania 60ffi63. Provisions firm; mess pork
S19.7fiaS20.75. Milk meats-shoulders and
clear rib sides, packed 9VQ 1 2t. Bacon should
ers 10t4; dear rib sides 18 Vi; hams 16i416lfe.
Lard refined (12. Coffee Arm; Bio cargoes
dlnarytofalrSffilUW Sum-quiet; A soft 9.
Whiskey-quiet, at 8l.20ffi81.2i. Freights very
dull. . . , ... i
Nw Yoiut -Southern hour, unchanged and unlet:
ommon to fair extra S5.66ffiSd.75i good to
choice extramttOffiSS. Wheat-brined Uc
better, but afterwards lost the advance And de
clined Wffl jc, and closing dull and wesk: No, 2
Spring 81.87; ungraded red S1.17ffiSi;48lA; No. 2
red, May Sl.48UffiSl.50. oMnedUo
lower, ardeli'sli.g weak at the Inside rates; un
graded S3ffi8 VA No. 2, May ggiA. JOtM-ahoat
steady; No. BVhm -onsuleTinaheld Very
strong; Yeailing4aarfleeidy snX
quiet and unchanged! Bio cargoes 8140l0lfc:
1 JlSSM and
S2 80. v TufpenuBe-dun, at 47. - Wool-firm
I rJiASwriu,t VS"?.0 neB0" o:tt4Hi Texas
I L4ffi29. Pork-f airly activet men spot 819.2ft
I hwm old f2O.40GS2O.KOi new rneli jf.iV
10.60, Middlea-qaiotand fiimi long olear UuL
Lard mora active and opening higher and dosing
weeLprhn?. steam spot S11.82fcffiSU,85
Freight to Liverpool market dulL Cotton, per
steam 3-82dS5-32d. Wheat, rr steam SdT
COTTON. 2 f
Galveston Quiet; nitodilng llc; low mid
allng llfec; good' ordinary He; net receipts
68; gross 63; salea 800: stock 9,803: ex
ports coastwise 412; to Sreat Britain 2,826; to
continent ; to France ; to channel
Nobjolk Dull; mlcdllng lle; net receipts
878; woes 378; stock 14,601; exports mmms
wise 20; salea 674; exports to Great Britain
; to continent .
WmnNSTOH Dull ; middling lisAe; low mid
Hng 11 5-l6c; good ordinary 10 7 16c: receipts
51; gross . 51; sales ; stock 205; exports
coastwise ; to Great BzltBin ; to
AUGUSTA Quiet; middling 11; low mid
dling llic; good onOnary 10c; receipts 6;
shipments ; sales 62.
Charleston-Quiet; middling 12; low mid
dling 11 Hie; good ordinary illMic; net receipts
283; gross 283; sales 100; stock 8,629;
exports ooaatwlse ; to Great Britain ;
to continent ; to France ; to chan
Nxw York Irregular; sales 1 089; middling up
lands 121&C; middling Orleans 12c: consolidated
net receipts 2,983; exports to Great Britain 5,550;
to France ; to continent 8,181; to channel
Niw York Net receipts 560; gross 2,429.
Futures closed steady; sales 21.600 bales.
May..... ; ll.95ffi.97
November 1 1.-8Q) 29
New 5's 1.01
Four and a half per cents 1.1M&
Four per cents l 20
State bonds active
ub-treasurSy balances Gold,. 888,857
" ' Currency.... 8 990
Stocks Strong and closed iffi3i higher:
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5 80
Alal lama Class A, small 82
A Lai lama Class B, 5's 102
Alabama Class C, 4's. 85
Chicago and Northwestern 1.30iie
Chicago and Northwestern preferred, 1.42VS
Fast Tennessee io
nitno's Central. l .85
Lake Shore 1.02
Louisville and Nashville 74
Memphis and Charleston Ko
Nashville and Chattanooga 6054
New York Central i 27
Richmond and Allegheny i6Vb
Richmond and Danville 106
Hock Island 1.28
South Carolina Brown Consols, 1 .001M
Wabash, Sl Louis ft Padnc. 801
Wabash, St. Louis 4 Pacific preferred 63 U
Western Dnlon. $4tfa
CITY COTTON MABXBT.
Omcx or Tbx Obskrtxr. I
Charlottk. May 23. 1882. 1
Tbe market yesterday closed dull at the fol
Good Middling lit
StriiUy middling 1 1
8trict low middling. uu
Low middling. n
Storm cotton 7ffi9ft
Sales yesterday 48 bales.
Steinway, Webber, Decker Bro's,
HaINES and GATS CITY
NSW YOBK PIANOS. It Is conceded, lead the
World. I am agent for all the celebratjd New
York makes and SELL THKM AT FACTOBY
Dj not be fooled by flashy advertisements,
but give me a trial be
fore you buy and I will
show yon that I can
distance all competi
tors, both In price and
terms. All I ask is a
trial and this can cost
yon nothing, while it
may e the men r'
saving yon a great deal
in an Instrument
KV Organs always In ttoci either to sell or
rent. C ill on or address
Lock Box 274, JNO. B EDDINS,
Charlotte, N. C.
Paul it. Barrioger, 91. D.,
PHYSICIA.X and SURGEON
OSes over B, H. Jordan & Co's Dru Store1
Office hours from 12 am. and from 2 to 5 p. m.
- AT the
-A LOT OF-
HAMBDBG EDGING at from 2c to 2Rc a yard'
Vkry Chbap; LAWNS at 6Uc; BLKACHKD
8HIBTING at 7c, 8c and 10c; LINEN TOWELS
from 81,20 to 83.75 per dozen,
HOSIEBY, HOSE 8UPPOBTEBS, GLOVES, COB
SETS, CBOCKEBY. TIN WABE, GLASS WABE
LAMPS, PICTUBE FRAMES, and many other
things at comparatively low prices.
19 CALL and 8 EE. 4Ef
Bespectftdly, C. M. STHEBEDGS,
Under Traders' National Bank.
HARRIS REMEDY CO..81.
PR0F.HARBJ3' PASTILLE REMEDY
wi In and other who suffer
frMt Kcrvms and PhTeal Dtbil
It?, Prematara Ezhaaitioa aad
their but (laaoijr inmnwiwi,
IHrMtini fbr llwnHM.j M,k Bx. FrapDletdMCrt.
kins mi dinai anf mode aTTan atriaW?ttoi
.XRPI IIIRI C CCI CPIIDC
iihunubh ukU UUIILi
! " noted and nocewful nmlallsta IrT the V. 8.
d' .JJ jmmmmm
vruygiim cau nil lb
. Address DR. WABD 4 CO., UuI.I.bi, hL
CleaYeland Minerdl Springs,
OPENED MAT lKth,vt892'. "
THBBE Bpringa two mUes"from Shelby. 64
,kimliw West ot Charlotte, and wtthtn I mile o!
the CtUna Central BaUwnr. rpnnlng Jrem Char
lott Bhalhy,. Lacis will M a(Ue Sptlngs
Station on amral of ereri Uain. , . . r"
; ... - ICOLD AND WaPM BaTBS. . . ;
1 tnd Bulphnr arid r&ahbeata Water!
a Bowling Alley in good eider "A good string
band secured for the season. Llrery jiooomjauxU -uoflsattached
to the iwteL- -.
f tar oi farther panioalara addrest-
! v i. 8. Moa P08TON, ..
inayio if ',(. .... v Proprietor..-
WE INVITE ATTENTION
HEB HEALTH AND LIFE
Depend more on the regularity of her menstrual
functions than en any or all causes combined. An
actual or a "living death" Is the Inevitable result
if derangement of a function which makes woman
what she U in every respect, and especially in her
mental and bodily consUtaUon. Hence, imme
diate relief from such derangements Is the only
safeguard against wreck and ruin. In all cases of
stoppage, delay, or .other Irregularity of the
curses," Dr. j. Bradfleld's Female Begulatoris
the only sure remedy. It acts by giving tone to
the nervous centres, Improving tbe blood, and de
termining directly to the oigans of menstruation.
It is a scientific prescription, and the mot Intelli
gent physlciansuse It. Prepared by J. Bradfleld,
iln,a vGa,-,Prloe:Tlal 8tze 75c: large size
S1.5a For sale by all druggists.
vuq3 Kua gledtctues.
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received, at
Dr.J.H.McAden's Drag Store
From Saratoga Springs, N. Y. A new water re
sembling the Imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid; cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, Is a powerful tonic and strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and in all forms of dyspepsia.
CASES CONGBESS WATER,
1 0 CASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
HunyadJ Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Dosbs A wine glass full before breakfast.
The Lancet "BxsnjoOl Janos. Baron Lleblg af
firms that its richness in aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters."
The British Medical Journal "Hunyadl Janos.
The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
Prof. Vtrchou, Berlin. "invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof. Bamberger, Vienna. "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Scasmmi, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
Pro, Lander Brwnton, jr. D., T. R A, London.
"More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
them in efficacy."
Prof. Atken, M. D.. F. R. 8., Royal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pullna and Fried
richshaU." JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
North Tryon St., - - CHARLOTTE, N. C
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When you can get water just as fresh and spark
ling as when it flows from the spring at Saratoga.
We receive this water in large block tin reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. J H. McADEN,
Druggist and Chemist.
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night
lou will find a choice and complete stock of
PURE I FRESH DRUGS,
Men's, Leibig's Liquid Extract
BEEF ftnd XON1C 1NVIGOBATOB,
&- TBY IT. m
CIGARS I TOBACCO,
THE FINE8T SELECTION In the CITY,
ncludtng the famous LA PARE PA brand ot Cigars
Chemicals and Toilet Articles,
an assortment, and everything generally kept In
uoss jLrug owre. opeciiu nueuuoii given to
Physicians' Prescriptions day and night. Satts-
PT GIVE Ml A CALL.
Corner Trade and College Street'
tJJ nert Safe Liver and Kidney Cure, Just recelv-
' ' . U. a. JUttJJAJS iaj..
A FRESH STOCK
On02Qi ir8 Jn' ToonE Hyson, Imperial and
"V iVOO AUK DMQ VJ
A BJl8lle8' Pr- Soot' Electric Flesh
and Hair Brushes, Just received.
maylS B. H. JORDAN 4 CO.
K. U. JORDAN & CO.
5,000 BEST 5 CENT
piGABS for the Retail Trade. Just recelM.
mvl3 B.H.J0BDAN4: a
THE KING'S MOUNTAIN
ALL-HEflLIIIG SPRINGS CO.
Jrw??60-' lhe a. of 1882, on the 15th day
2Sm.Sk J.toeJrAm enltr? hotelstoa
commodate 200 gueau, and have added every
amusement c)oulated to promote health and com
fort These wonderful Waters euro Dispepelal
25 JftSW Con-Wpwhm and all Derae
ZZri&Zl unuw, iu oKin iMsettaes,
andUleers of every kind, Pcrofula, catarrh and
ail Kidnev Affactlona ttold tn thslrhMiin. .t.,naa
Syphilitic pailenu who had visited Hot Springs of
without relief, found tt here last se won.
Ths waters have a peculiarly beneficial effects up
on Female Complaints, and many-distressing
eases were eared Ust season. The owners intend
to make this the most complete Health Besort in
the United Statts Besides a Table d'hote they
will open a Bestanrant, and visitor may suit their
tastes and their parses. zcurIon tickets will r
Issued from all points to King's Mountain, the de
pot for the e Springs. For farther Information,
address DR. F; M. UARBJCTT, Manager, King's
FRESH MINERAL WATER
Mountain, N. a
-TO OUR STOCK OP '
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
33. IBLiniSIirl BRO
WE HAVE STOPPED SELLING AT COST, BUT OFFEBOOODS AT
SUCH ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES
Tbkt the Public cannot Perceive the Difference. A beautiful stock of
We have added to our 6tock a full line of
Cents' Cassimere Suits,
WHITE TESTS JUTID DUSTERS.
ALSO A LARGE LINE OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
8uch as Scarfs, Ties, Suspenders, Gloves and Silk
0 CLOSING OUT AT
EL I AS &
aiASONIC TE.TIPLE RTJIL.OINO.
tatesville, JNL C,
Of THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS AND IN COMPETITION WITH AN
JOBBERS Iff THE COUNTR. THE IT WILL BE GLAD TO
QUOTE PRICES TO THE TRADE.
marl 8 ly
THE BESTTHREADforSEWIND MACHINES,
Si! Cora Soft M
Awarded all the Honors at the
International Cotton Exposition, 1881, 1
" THE BEST THREAD for s - .
MACHINE and HAND SEWING."
Two Gold Medals and the Grand Prize.
For Sale to the Trade by
J. Roessler & Co., Charlotte- N. C.
HUGH W. HARRIS,
ATT0BffY AT LAW.
Office on Trade street, nearly opposite Court House.
aaay2 dwtf j ... ,
Richard A. Springs,
; Ms. IT MS1'''' ninmi.t aKntl. I
Boum. ex Junta WV'
prin quit -
ALL KINt OF
a mi Loam
Parlor & Cliamber Suit.
We have added to our stock a full line of
Handkerchiefs. Ladles' Drets Goods and Parasols
BEDUCED PBICES. .
BAR AHD BILLIARD rOOM,
p. lust ten tMWwMwM&t
STr VST"''"' iVrJXS "VW1M (W,,
. uiivva can ainsra Do iobo.
THE MOST ELEGANT
bfremiuuiiU to B M Boardman, Louiitiile, Ky,
. -'n vrw? LW: '-"'
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