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frAlLt -CHARLOTTE dfistiitVEfc: THURSb A Y J UE 8; 1882.
Sl)t Charlotte CDbstraer.
CIIAS. R. JOXES, Editor and Fropnor.
rKVTKBXU AT TH POBT-OmCB A USLO.
&. as BownHaaaB MATrn.1 -
THUBSDAT, JUNE 8, 18S2.
The Galveston News reports "the
finest crops in that State the eye of man
President Arthur's mail averages six
hundred letters a day. . He reads them
The festive watermelon has come to
the front in some sections of Georgia
and the colored brother is happy.
Mr. J. P. Babinjrton has sold the Snel
bv Aurora to Mr. W. II. Millt i, and
bids farewell to his
readers in the last
Gen. Clingman has returned to Wash
ington from Eureka Springs, Arkansas,
somewhat improved in health but quite
It costs Dr. Glenn, the great Cali
fornia farmer $10,000 a year to keep
the wild geese from foraging on his
The Greenbackers in Congress have
been playing very nicely into the hands
of the Republicans in the contested
Mr. Jake Ilallyburton, of the Blue
llidge Blade, has gone over to the Re
publicans. Gravitation that way for
him was quite natural.
A handsome sarcophagus has been
erected in St Lawrence cemetery,
Charleston, to the memory of the late
Hon. M. P. O'Connor.
Michigan women won't do to fool
with. Last Monday night Mrs. Anna
Stevenson barred her husband out and
when he attempted to force his way
into the hou3e she shot him dead.
When one man shoots at another in
Atlanta the street becomes "paralyzed,"
in the language of the local reporters,
but we are glad to state that it is only
a temporary paralysis, for a street per
manently paralyzed would be a sad
If Attorney General Brewster will
pursue the Star Route cases now on
trial with as much zeal as he did the
political cases in South Carolina he may
be better rewarded for his labors, and
the cause of honest reform be benefit
i m i ' a
What would Speaker Keifer do with
out sergeant-at-arms ? When the boys
get obstreperous and that ponderous
gavel beats the desk in vain, Keifer
surrenders and the sergeant-at-arms
comes to the front. Keifer bangs the
mallet, but the sergeant runs the
Mrs. Laura Andrews, a St. Louis lady
who appeared in court arrayed "in an
elegant dress of brown silk and a more
elegant polonaise of light-brown bro
caded silk," wa3 sentenced to four
months in jail for stealing Mrs. Collins'
The New York Tribune remarks
complacently that no Democratic Moses
has been yet found in Pennsylvania.
They have found a Republican Moses
however In New York and he has just
gone in the direction that a great many
distinguished Republicans are travel
ingto the penitentiary.
A telegram dated Lumberton, N. C,
June 4th, says there was a terrible fight
on that day between two girls named
Frances McNair and Jane McKellar,
about a young man. Jane had got the
-advantage of Frances and was choking
her to death, when Frances drew a dirk
and stabbed Jane to the heart, and then
fell in a swoon across her body.
There are 6500 Jews in St Louis, and
it is ascertained that they give, annual
ly, $70,000 to religious and benevolent
institutions conducted under the aus
pices of their own faith. This is an
average of 811 for every Israelitish man
woman and child among them. As the
Jews are "proverbially liberal toward
the benevolent and charitable institu
tions of the Gentiles, and rarely fail to
give when called upon to relieve suf
fering humanity, it is fair to presume
this large tax for the support of their
own institutions is considerably aug
mented by their charities of which no
account is taken.
Henry W. Grady, of the Atlanta Con
stitution, received a note a few days
ago signed by about eleven hundred
citizens of Atlanta, asking him to per
mit his name to be used as a candidate
for Congressman at large from Georgia.
He writes a reply thanking them for
their friendly interest, but declining
the request, because the duties of jour
nalism require all his time and he can't
abandon a calling which he deems so
honorable and U3fcf ul to become a mem
ber of Congress. He is. canjent where
he is and where he knows hacan be of
more use in promoting the prosperity
of Georgia than he could be in- Wash
in gton as a representative. ;Tr t
Mr. Blaine has written a letter to his
political f riends In Maine declining to
be a candidate for congressman at large.
He says that after being twenty-three
years continuously in the public service
he left It la consequence of ft tragedy
that has involved; deep changes la the
policy of ; the veroment,-an(i since
then he has . been atTendincTto lbncr.
neglected privatelaffjOrsi slron which
he cannotnow turn aside except with
injustice , toithosQSwho -have even a
stronger claim upon him than the great
constituency which has bo long honored
htm. lie promises to assist In the com
ing campaign, and he regards it of. the,
highest importance that, Mr, Foe
should be re-elected to the Senate. .
TilE OREGON ELECTION.
The full returns from the election in
1y i$ 14 not? known which party has car
riod the legislature, although both claim
it. The Republicans have carried the
State by a smaUJmajority',.and re-elected
George to Congress, but the main in
terest hiDges.on.tbe legislaare which
elects a Senetor to succeed Mr. Grover,
iDembcrat,' The present legislature Is
- Republican, and it is considered doubt
ful if tJta&bfrpcrals. fcajj overcome the
, , Joint maiorlty,ot twenty-two which the
t Republican, have, JU'Ul (j f 1
Mrr Arthur's signing the Chinese bill
. . eliminated that Question from the can.
Y vaWatod saved tbi Ilepubllcansdfrom
the Indignation of the antl-momgolips,'
THE "LIBERAL" CONVENTION
Telegrams from Raleigh last night
inform us that the "liberal anti-prohibition"
convention met yesterday in
accordance with the programme pre
viously arranged. There were about
one hundred and fifty "delegates" pres
ent, about forty of whom were of Dem
ocratic antecedents, the remainder of
the Republican fold.
Col. Johnston was chosen permanent
president, which was right and proper,
inasmuch as Col. Johnston is standing
sponsor for the new party. It would
have been exceedingly ungrateful to
have ignored CoL Johnston's claims to
that exalted position. Xeither was the
colored brother slighted, for he had his
proportionate part of the vice-presidents
and secretaries, and was also
given his pro rata share of representa
tion on the committee on resolutions.
After all this one would think that mat
ters wouldhave proceeded harmoniously
and loviDgly, but it seems that this was
not so, for we are told there was much
disagreement between the Republicans
and Democrats (so-called) as to who
should be nominated for congressman-at-large,
the Republicans demanding a
Republican, the Democrats (so-called)
demanding a Democrat (so-called.) This
contention was finally brought to a
close, the Republicans triumphing and
securing the nomination of Oliver H.
Dockery, which is no matter of surprise
as the Republicans had made up their
minds to have a Republican for that
position or cut loose from the conven
tion, which would have been a catas
trophe for which the "Liberals" were
The nomination of Col. Folk for the
Judgeship was in the way ot a com
promise. Although his name had been
mentioned in connection with the new
move it was not generally understood
that he had given in his adhesion, and
he was represented by his friends as
takinsr umbraee at the mention of his
name as one of the movers in it.
They drafted a set of resolutions al
most identical with those passed by the
county convention which met in this
city last week, and which were publish
ed in The Observer on the day fol
lowing, resolutions with a good deal of
clap trap and buncombe in them, in
tended to deceive the masses, if the
masses can be deceived by such trans
It is stated that there were a large
number of Republicans present, not
delegates, but in sympathy with the
movement, which is no doubt true, for
it is a bird of their own hatching, and
they have sympathized with it since the
incubating process began. It is per
fectly natural that they should sympa
thize with it. It belongs to them.
MR. ARTHUR'S COURSE.
The Philadelphia American, Repub
lican, utters the following note of warn
ing to Mr. Arthur:
Mr. Arthur has baen so much pleased
with his political successes through the
administration of patronage in Penn
sylvania, that he is going to treat New
York to the same policy. Republican
officials of tried worth and capacity
have been removed, and are to be re
moved in still greater numbers, to
make room for political . workers who
will throw their influence" on the Stal
wart side. The process has begun with
two officials at Albany, and a long, list
of such removals is expected, we can
see but one result of all this, the dis
integration of the nartv. It mav ac
complish what some of the Stalwart
newspapers promise us. It may get
for Mr. Arthur the Republican "con
vention s nomination to the Presiden
cy in 1884. But it will make that nom
ination not worth the having. When
Pennsylvania refuses to be led in the
traces of "machine politics, what is to
be expected of New York and New
Don Cameron is playing a pretty
bold game in Pennsylvania, in which
he has the backing of the administra
tion, it being understood that Cameron
in return for the favors shown him by
Mr. Arthur is to work for Arthur's re-
nomination. The independent element
in the State not fancying this lay out,
and objecting to being driven like so
many cattle by Cameron's crowd, have
organized a revolt that promises to give
that gentleman and his followers about
as much, if not more than they can at
tend to between now and the time for
election. The fight has assumed such
a vigorous phase that the Democrats
have high hopes of being able to carry
the State, and by defeating Cameron
place it in a fair way for a Democratic
triumph in 1884. Should Arthur con
tinue his Stalwart programme, all this
is, as the American says, not only pos
sible, bat probable.
The House committee on elections
Tuesday, reported in the case of Smith,
Republican, contestant against Shelly,
Democrat, from Alabama, a resolution
declaring Shelly not entitled to the
seat, and that Smith having died, the
seat be declared vacant.
It is said that during the wind- and
hail storm that swept over a portion of
Halifax county, in this State last Sun
day, hail stones fell that weighed
pound and a quarter.
Nominations and Confirmations.
Washington. June 7. The President
to-day sent to the Senate the followine
nominations of members of the tariff
commission: Wheeler, of New York,
naves. 01 Massachusetts: Oliver, of
Pennsylvania; Garland, of Illinois:
Ambler, of Ohio; Phelps, of Missouri;
Chestnut, of South Carolina: Porter, of
the District of Columbia, and Duncan S
Ji.crney, 01 Liouisiana. Also thenomi
nation 01. u. J. uurnett postmaster at
-Tine "Senate confirmed th nnmlna.
tlonsof E j; Brulatour, of La., secre
tary 01 me legation at Paris; John W
uoweu collector or customs at Pernan-
ain8rjfia. John W, Arnold postmaster
at Columbus, Ga., and Matthew K Mis-
ler postmaster at Grenada, Miss.
WASHINGTON. Jnne 7. Middl At.
lantlc States partly cloudy weather, lo
cal rains, Boumeast to soutn west winds,
slight changes in temperature, station
ary or Biowiy laning oarometer.
South Atlantic States, occasional rain
and partly cloudy weather, winds most
ly from east to south. r,n.r,innrv. nr a
Might faljin temperature, stationary or
lower barometer. 1"
Gulf States, rain and partly cloudy
weather, east to south winds, lower
paromeier, stationary or a slight rise
in temnerat nrft
Tennessee and Ohio Valley; Increas
ing cloudiness and areas of rain, varia
ble winds and lower barometer, slight
changes in temperature.
A little WhiW tfirl Jennie mil. while
put In thevicinity of II llton a few
flats aoro nuhtlnit wild flowers.-' Ml rmed
and fell into a deep pool of water. - Mr;
-Willie Turley who saw the little thing
,ao under, nluncred in-inn watAr, kmS
succeeded in pulling her out after tehe
THE LIBERAL CONVENTION.
THE REPUBLICAN ELEMENT PRE
Not Agreed about the NomineesThe
Republicans Insist upon a Republican
for Congressman-at-Large and De
cline to go oyer to the "Liberal"
By Associated Press.
Raleigh, June 7. The Liberal and
anti-Prohibition Convention met here
to-day at 1 o'clock. About 150 dele
gates were in attendance, of whom 30
were colored. About 40 were from
Democratic associations and about 80
were Republicans. CoL Johnston. Edi
tors Stewart and Hallyburton and
Messrs. Respass and Satterwbite. of
Beaufort county, are the leading Dem
ocrats participating, and Judge Moore
ana l uara, uoL Taylor and Colonel
O'Leary, are the most prominent Re
Col. Johnston, as chairman of the
anti-prohibition committee, called the
convention to order and was made per
Colored men were awarded a share
of the vice-presidents and secretaries,
and of the committee appointed on
It is understood that the lead in e
Democrats and Republicans in the con
vention have not been able to agree as
to whether a Democrat or Republican
shall be nominated forcongressman-at-large.
Republicans insist that they will
not go over to the Democratic wing of
the Liberal party.
Manv Republican leaders are here in
sympathy with the convention but not
" MY SON OLIVER.'
The Republicans Capture the Congress
man at Large.
LATKa Special to The Observer.
Raleigh, N. C, June 7 The conven
tion adopted resolutions against the ex
isting county government system of the
State; demanding free ballot and fair
count ; demanding a repeal of the pro
hibition act submitted to the people
last August and rejected; favoring
a liberal system of public instruction
by the State and National Government,
and urging the application of the fund
arising from the tax on, spirits to the
common schools under the supervision
of the State.
The convention nominated for Con
gressman at large Oliver IL Dockery, a
Republican, and for Supreme Court
Judge, George N. Folk, heretofore a
Rev. A. C. Dixon was elected presi
dent of Wake Forest College.
THE SENATE ENGAGED HITII
THE DISTRICT OF COLUM
In the House Springer, of Illinois,
Apologizes to Cox for Sharp Words
The Deficiency Appropriation Bill
Works ap"a Heated Political Contro
versy and Makes Things Lively.
Washington, June 7th. Senate.
Jonas, from the committee on railroads.
reported back with a written report, the
petition of citizens of Louisiana, for a
forfeiture of the land grant to the New
Orleans, Boston Buoge and Vicksburg
In reply to an inquiry by Cameron,
of Wisconsin, Jonas stated that the
committee saw no reason for the for
feiture of the grant as proposed. The
road bad been built by another compa
nyassignee of the original grantee
which had power to make such assign
ment upon bis motion. The committee
was discharged irom consideration 01
The House bill appropriating 8100.000
forthepublio building at Lynchburg,
I he House declaratory resolution re
garding the death of Garibaldi was
The consideration of the District of
Columbia appiopriation bill occupied
tne remainder 01 the day. Less than a
quorum of members was present while
the hill was under consideration.
1 Van Wyck offered a resolution direct
ing;that the question of confirming per
sons appointed, to-day on the tariff com
mission be considered in open session.
rue resolution was laid over upon an
objection1 by Plumb.
Jones, of Florida, introduced a bill
granting the right of way to the Jack
son vi lie, Tampa and Key West Railroad
uompany tnrougn tne military reserva
tion at Tampa, J? la. Referred.
.Executive session. Adjourned.
House Sparks, of Illinois, rising to
a question 01 privilege said that during
debate on the deficiency bill yesterday,
some rather angry eolloquy had oc
curred between Cox and himself, not,
however, to the extent reported in the
wasmngton morning papers, rne re
marks had been made aside and had
not gone into the Record but for his
part in the colloquy, he resoectf ullv bee
ged pardon of the gentleman from New
York, toward whom he had always
maintained tne kindliest reelmes.
Cox replied that he was clad that the
gentleman from Illinois had taken oc
casion to express his regret for the re
marks made bv him. He thought that
gentleman had made the amende hon
orable and he accepted the apology in
the same kindly feeling in which it had
The House went into committee of
the whole and resumed consideration
of the general deficiency appropriation
The clause directing the credit to ex
Treasurer Spinner of $47,000, the
amount debited to him on the treas
my books, was ruled out on a point of
Blount and Hewitt objected to two
items aggregating 6303,000 for bureaus
of the navy department and another
heated political controversy arose be
tween these gentlemen and Robeson
and others, the point of attack being
KoDeson s management of the navy de
The House at 5:05 adiourned and the
Republican caucus was announced to
take place at 8 o'clock this evening.
An Old Philadelphia Landmark to be
Philadelphia. June 7 The Penn
sylvania National Bank has purchased
for $80,000 the old brick building at the
southwest corner of Seventh and Mar
ket streets in which it has so long been
held that Jefferson wrote the declara
tion of independence. The old build
ing will be torn down and a bank
structure erected on its site.
LONDON. June 7. At the meatinc nf
the Manchester Chamber of Commerce
to-day a communication was read from
the foreign office concerning adulter
ation of cotton in America. The sec
retary of the chamber was Instructed
to wite to the foreign office giving par
ticulars of the adulteration; and rec
omending that the influence of the
juritisn embassy Jbe brought to bear
against the practice.
Rrlfbtk DUeact Diabetes. '
Beware of the stuff that pretends to cur these
..diseases or otber serious KldDer. Udnarr or Lirer
Diseases; as tber only relieve lor K time and
makes rou ten tlmea worse nftfinrnrrta. butralv
solely on Hop Bitters,-the only remedy that wlU
surely end permanent! cure you It destroys and
removes the cause ot disease so eflsetuaUy that it
-.: . . v t e 1
A mire Ktrenartbenlna
; tonic, free from whi-ky
MiMtiRtAk and fllmllitr Aim.
and alcohol, eures. drseepRta and
it h.averkbeeu eavioieu, Brown's iroa
Hitlers, f'Mri ..V4.'M ; "
&1AEKETS BY TELEGRAPH
JDSe 7, 1882
BOStnfinn. fiir atrainart? 1 i-'J fnr onrwi
strained. Tar firm, at Corn rteadi :
prime white 99; mixed 92.
BALTHfOEX KOOS Floor nnW-t and firmpr-
Howara street and Western super $3 f0S4-60;
extra $475335.75; family S3 85SS7.0O: City
mils, super 3M.i!ttSV75; extra $5oOeS7-00;
Blo brands $7 253S7.H7; Baldm i blh grade
tamMr S8.0U: winter wheat rat S8.75. Wheat
Southern lower; Western lower and dull; Southern
ra 9l.33iZ31-3S; amber 91.4CSSI-42; Ko 1
Maryland SI. 41 asked; So. 2 Western winter red
spot, JI.3HMj381.39. Corn Southern higher
Western dull and steady; Southern white 93;
Southern yellow 86.
Baltimore -NiGHT-Oats. more active and steadr:
Southern 60962; WeB;m white 60S 62; mixed
58tto; Fennsjian!x 60662. ProTtetona firm;
mess pork, S2:i.253$21 OO. Bulk meats stu, ald
ers and eiear rib siaes, packed 9f2l2 Bacon -shoulders
105s; clear rb sides 13: hams 154&-
ff 16. Lard rf fined 12. Coffee autet: BJo
cargoes -t nOnary to fair SVt39Va Smmr- quiet;
A eoft QVa. Whisker steady, at $1.20$ 1.21.
tiALTTSSTOH - Oulat: mUM'Insr 11S:e: low mlrt-
dltrui Ufec: uod ordlimry lie; net receipts
140: cross 14t): sales 217: stock 10.367: es
corts coastwise iSK- tn Mraat RrttsJn tn
continent ; to France : to channel
Norfolk - Steadier midline llSkc: net receipts
185; cross 165; stock 16.234. exports coast
wise 164; sales 65; exports to Great Britain
; to comment .
Bjxtimor -Steady . middling 12U: low mic-
dllng 11; good ordinary 10; net receipts;
Kress 193; sales 600. stock 22.155; expor.s
eoasewtse ICO. spinners 400: exports to ttrea
Britain ; to continent .
Bostoh -Quiet; middling 12e:.low mlddflna
12c: Kood ordinary llifcc: net receints 505:
gross 774: sales stock 9.100: exports to
ureal Britain ; to France .
Wilmington - Steady, middling 1 15fee. low mid
tag 113 16c; good ordinary 10 5 16c: receipts
3; gross 3; sales ; stock 1,555; exports
coawise ; to Great Britain ; to
Parr.Anin.PBiA Steady; middling 12ttc. low
middling 12c: good ordinary He: net rvoelpta
878; gross 549; sales ; iwl 11,030; ex
ports Great Britain ; to continent .
Satauhah- Q llet; middling ll&c: low mid
dling llltc; good ordinary lOMc; net receipts
230; gross 230; sales 50; stock 7,276;
exports coastwise 1.C66: to Great Britain ;
to France ; to canunent .
Niw Oklxaks -Firm; middling 12c; low mid
dling 11 &c; good ordinary llUc: net reeelD's
372; gross 490: sales 2,400; stock 90,153
exports to reat Britain ; to nance ;
coastwise 629; to continent ; to chan.
Mobil -ft ady; middling HSiie.-low middling
1 1$bc, good ordinary 10e; net receipts 182;
gross 1K3. sales 1,500: stock 5,529: exports
const 143; France ; to Great Britain ;
to continent .
Mkhfhis Quiet middling lr; low mid
dling 1 lVSc; good ordinary 1034c net receipts
909; gross 479; shipments ; sales 1,400;
AC6C9TA Q:l t; middling lll&c; low mid:
ding 1 1 14c: good ordinary 10e; receipts 20
shipments ; sales 105.
Nbw York Firm; sales 3.942: mld'g uplands
12 316c, middling Orleans 12 7 16c; consoli
dated net receipts 2.247; exports to Great Britain
; to rranee ; to continent 1,123; to
LimpooL-Nouii- Firmer; middling uplands
fl 11-16-1; middling Orleans 6d; sales 12,000;
speculation and exports 4.000; receipts 6.100;
Amen nan 4.UOO uplands low middling clause:
June delivery 6 43 64d6 44-64d; June and July
42 4dffB 44 64d; July and August 6 46-64da-6
45 flld86 46 64d; August and September
6 50 64d; September and October 6 45 64d; Oc
tober and Novrmber 6 32-64d; Norember and
December . Futures barely steady.
Liter pool -5 P. M Sales of American cotton
1H.O00 ba'-8. Up;ands low mlddllnz clause: June
delivery 6 4H64d; June and July 6 43-64d;
July and August 6 45-64d; August and Septem
ber 6 49 64d; seplem'jer and October 6 44-64d:
October and November ; December and
January . Futuies closed steady.
New Yokk Net receipts 228: gross 3.fi38.
Futures closed steady; sales 75.000 bales.
August 12 828 33
September 12 02.O0
November 1 1 .44 45
Decemb-r 11 4ft 00
February 11.74 75
Marsh 11.86 88
Governments- generally weaker ...
Four and a half per cents,
Four per cents,
State bonds fairly actlrc, Tennes
see mixed lower
Bob-treasury balances -Gold.
" " Currency-..
8n icd Irregular :
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5
AIhI iama Class A, small
Aialwuna Class B, fi's
Alabama Class C, 4's.
Chicago and Northwestern
Chicago and Northwestern preferred,
Louisville and Nashville
Memphis and Charleston
Nashville aid Chattanooga
New York Central
Richmond and Allegheny
Richmond and Danville
South Carolina Brown Consols,
Wabash, St. Louis A Pacific.
Wabash. St. Louis fc Pacific preferred
CITY COTTON MaRCTT.
Office of Thx Obsxbvxr, I
charlotte, June 8, 1882. I
The market yesterday closed steady at the fol
Good Middling 12
8trlctly middling 11
acrid low middling. 11
Low middling. 118-16
Storm cotton 6 7 w
Sties yesterday 58 bales.
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1 ; . I
MiABL.PygwCffiitf7Vi Ooy QIIF ni
yjlty)JtftwJwtfcwi,Cfc siU JjJ I I
The Brown Cotton Gin Co., tow London, Ct,
hraetr. "Brown, PrWt. Edta. T. Brown, Trtat.
These machines ran light, make fins fnrl, sad
elesathsseed property. BsstBnglUh east steel lathe
sawai ths teeth will not bend, break off, or torn back,
iron pulleys throughout, brush strongly made, with
adjustable boxes, oast steel journals and two belts
oneateach end-ensuring cool bearings, toll speed,
and steady motion, (only Oln in market having this
improrement.) Extra large shafts to saw and brush
cylinders. Strong Iron trams &est materials, supe
rior workmanship, fine finish.
GTTCore Brown Gins hars been sold during the past
three seasons than any other two makes oomblaed, Mr.
Israel F. Drown (from 1843 to MM of the firm of E. T.
Taylor Co, of Columbus, Qa. the preddant of the
company, has had a longer practical axperlenoe In
making Gins than any other manuring. Present facili
ties for manufactoring- and shipping wnsqnsied by any
other establishment of the kind laths world. Hanee
our Tory lowprloes for such superior machines.
Price List of GTJTg, Feeders and Cemdeassn.
I . I.Frioe with I Price with
Prices of ' Salt- - Blf-
Qina. Feeder or Feeder and
1 r Condenser. Oondanssr.
i, SO saw f 75 00 . glOO SO , : -' S3SJ M '
' " loo 9 is so
tO " & lit 09 . ' 100 00 , "19S0O
: 80 f. MOOS' S3S' - ;t' srtoa
tWUote (ha. prioes and improvemants 1 don be ,
dsoaived or aoV yourself So be talked Into traytnf .
- other gtni1 Our wiaehlnes are folly guarantasd. If,
5 not satisfied with our guarantee place your order with'
any responsible merobaot of your acquaintance and
, get him to boy for you, r Ttm, when desired wttl he'
i tresWaay reaponsibto person.. Writs for deserlpttre
elroeUr with hundreds o testimonials frnieatsrprlsT
tag ptautora, t - ." r f ? , .
-vOBOTW COTTON OIN COnf ,.'
'"' mV, '.";; ' u 'New Xejadoat Cena.
WE INVITE ATTENTION
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Oar otock Kmbraces a toil line 6t Goods of all grades, and of various styles and prices, being well adapted to the wants lotb'MavSS1 Purchasers
we mviie ail 10 give us acau sua siwuj uiciuaaives
gmgs and pXcdtciucs.
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Becerved, at
Dr. J.H.McAden s Drng Store
g ABA TOGA -yiCHY,
From 8aratoga Springs, N. Y. A new water re-
semDitng tne imported Vichy. Becommended
as an antacid; cores dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Becommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and tn all forms of dyspepsia.
CASES CONGRESS WATIft,
0 CASKS BOCK BBEDGK ALUM,
CASKS BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Hanyadi Jaoos Waters.
THE GREAT ECROPEAK NOVELTY !
THE BIST NATURAL AFKBIKNT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Doe: A wine glass full before breakfast
The Lancet "Bjmjbdl Janos. Baron Lleblg af
firms that its richness in arwrlont uilta onmanaoa
that of all other known waters."
The Brauh Medical Journal' 'Hnnyadl Janos.
The most agreeable. aa.f.Mt anri mmt a(niniti.
1 - h.vw viiiMnnvup
nvj. vvrcnou, Benin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof- Ramhtraer. Vienna. "I hua rmonrfVuw
these writers with remarkable success."
rrqf- ScamarA, wurszburg. I irescribe none
Prof. Lander Brunlon, Jtf. D., JC R. London.
"Mara nlfuuuint than Ita rivals anf nvnsuao
them in efficacy."
rrqf- AVcen, M. d., F. R. 8., Royal Military Hos
pital, NeUey. "Preferred to Pullna and Frled
nchshalL" JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
North Tryon St., - - CHABLOTTK, N. C.
DONT GO TO SARATOGA
When yon can get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as when it hows 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. Mca DKN,
Druggist and Chemist
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night
Tou will find a choice and complete stock of
PURE I FRESH DRUGS,
Colden's, Leibig's Liquid Extract
BEEF and TONIC IN VIGOR ATOR
CIGARS 1 TOBACCO,
THE FINSST SELECTION in the CITY,
ncludlng the famous LA PABXPA brand of Cigars
Chemicals and Met Melts,
an assortment and everything generally kept tn a
first class Drng 8tore. Special attention given to
Physicians' Prescriptions day and nigbt Batis-
IV GIVE ME A CALL.
Corner Trade and College Street
PELOUBET (S CO,
Steinway, Webber, Decker Bro's,
HAINES and GATE CITY
NEW YOBK PIANOS, it is conceded, lead the
World. I am agent for all the celebrated New
Tork makes and SELL THBM AT FACTOBY
Do 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 cm coat
you nothing, while it
maybe the ami V
saving yon agraaiaeat i j&f
In an Instrument
Orar&na alwava In stock nlthap tn aall nr
rent, vau on or aaaress ,1
, , Look Box 274,' JNO. B. EDDINS,
. V Charlotte. N. C.
situated 100 yards Snm Tan Monroe Open all
the year. Xqiial to any hotel in the U. e. eur
roundlngs unsurpassed. Bathing, boadntr, Bshlng
and driving specially attractive. Pre-emioentiy a
resort for Southern people. Terms .lass for equal
anetxa modaUona than any resort In the country.
Climate free from fctaiuru; and 'or Insomnia truly
wonderful in its sopori tie effect.' end lor cirouia
describing hyglenlo advantfwe ete.' rvj
may 18 8m HAlOUoO fJXOXBUS, Propr.
Z-TO OUR STOCK OF-
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
ui uic uuui uuc asKoivos.
il. 3ES. EASIEIBI eS BEO
WI H1VI 6IOPCED SSLIISO IT COST, BUT OTOBOOODS IT
SUCH ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES
1 ha the Pub ic cannot Perceive the Difference. A beautiful stock of
We hare added to our stock a full line of
Cents' Cassimere Suits,
WHITE VESTS -AJfcTID JDTTSTIEIRS.
ALSO A LABGE LINE OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Snch as Scarfs, Ties, Suspenders. Gloves and Silk
CLOSING OUT AT
MASONIC TEMPLE BUILDIIfG.
States ville, 1SJ". C,
Oft FHE MOST FAVORABLE TEBISS AND IN COMPETITION WITH ANY
JOBBERS Ilf THE COUNTRY. THEY WILL, BE GLAD TO
QUOTE PRICES TO THE TRADE.
mar 18 ly
THE BESTTHREADforSEWIHD MACHINES.
Six Corfl Soil Fiuisli Npnl Cols.
Aicarded all the Honors at the
International Cotton Exposition, 1881.
"THE BE8T THREAD for
MACHINE and HAND SEWING."
Two Gold Medpls and the Grand Prize.
For Sale to the Trade by
J. Roessler & Co., Charlotte, N. C.
HUGH W. HARRIS
Office on Trade street, nearly opposite Court House,
I i : , ;
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may2 dwU f
ATTOilTEjr & jOOUITSBLLOB t LA
No. if Nmmmtt sisiwrt. Nw Trsr
ait JJt- w. fcj, MrtiArMTaUentlort
BxrRBKwcii.wit Itl'wl BofcCTarloe. w. o.
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ALL IIIBf or
a rvu Lin m
Parlor & Chamber 5uiU.
1 wi nm
We have added to our stock a full line of
Handkerchiefs. Ladled Dret s Goods and Parasols
3M. - B0StUilRD ROOM,
wiNjwaa'jLmulM Where the purest
THE MOST ELEGANT
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