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ibAlLY CHARLOTTE 6 6s R VE : S U NO A J U NH$, 1882.
CHAS. B. JOIffeS, Editor and Prop'toT.
rianmm at thb KefOmo Atauaww.
.a, as 8aoon-CLAaa mattkb.1
SUNDAT, JUNE 18, 1882.
A CARDTO THE PUBLIC.
The Greensboro Patriot, of last Tues
day, published an unauthorized state
ment to the effect that I had challenged
W. P. Canady, of Wilmington, to fight
a duel. The statement originated
wholly in the inventive brain of the
editor of the Patriot, and truth compels
me to assert that he drew entirely on
his imagination for his statements in
regard to this matter.
Snmft months aeo the Washington
correspondent of The Observes as
serted in one of his letters that a
rumor was current at the Capital that
W. P. Canady, who was then collector
of the port at Wilmington and an ap
plicant for re-appointment, had agreed
to withdraw in favor of one Mr. Pen
nypacker, also an applicant for the
same, provided he (Pennypacker), if
appointed, should pay him (Canady) one
hundred dollars per month out of the
salary of the office. The fact was pub
lished in The Observer just as it
came from the pen of our Washington
correspondent, and without comment.
Mr. Canady took umbrage at the
statement, and in the columns of the
Wilmington Post, denounced both The
Observer and its Washington corres
pondent as guilty of publishing an un
REFUSES TO CRIMINATE HIM
SELF. We clip the following from the Wash
ington correspondence of the Richmond
Washington, June 15. The commit
tee investigating the crookedness
in the Sixth North Carolina collection
district met to-day and had on the
witness stand A. 15. Gillespie, now
United States gauger, and formerly
deputy collector in said district. He re
fused to answer, on the ground that if
be did so he would criminate himself.
The committee will meet again Satur
day, when it is claimed most damaging
testimony will be elicited.
A number of witnesses, however,
have testified, furnishing thus far but
little evidence of importance. It was
shown by papers on record that Jim
Harris, colored orator and politician,
was on the books as an employee in the
Revenue ofiice of the 6th district, draw
ing a salary ot $125 a month, and ren-
Laying ol a Corner Stone
To the Editor ol The Observer.
The corner stone of the new temple,
known as St. James' Evangelical Luth
eran church, was laid June 14th, 1882, in
Concord, IN. C. The occasion was one
of rejoicing for all people who are en
listed in the cause of Christ. The struc
ture when finished will be the hand
somest Lutheran church in the State of
North Carolina. The ceremonies were
conducted by liev L A Bikle, D D, as
sisted by Rev Til Strohecker, of Char
lotte, aud liev T naiiraan, me pasior,
and President of the North Carolina
Synod, before a large gathering of peo
ple. Dr Bikle delivered the address, a
brief and vivid history of the Lutheran
church, and the prevalence of its doc
"It is," said the Doctor, "of apostolic
birth, and is the evangelical church of
Jesus Christ. Its years are equivalent
with the new dispensation, which dates
from the birth of our Savior, it lsirom
A Freak of Nature.
A very curious freak of nature is re
ported at Portsmouth, Ohio. A work
man in a planing mill injured his hand,
and gangrene settinar in it was amputa
ted on the 20th of last month, the phy
sicians pitching the dismembered hand
into some shrubbery near the man's
dwelling. It was found the next day.
by the family and buried. A few days
ago, where the hand had been thrown,
was found a strange growth of fungi,
the exact counterfeit of the hand which
had been amputated. A sculptor could
have chiselled no truer likeness. The
medical gentlemen and those attendant
affirm that it is a most complete imita
tion of his hand down to the merest
detail as it appeared just previous to
the operation. The diseased coloring,
the. discolored nail, the forefinger cut
on at the hrst joint, as it had been a few
years ago, all the joints, knuckles, veins
and lines, are reproduced true to nature.
WE INV1TL ATTENTION
WE INVITE A TTENTION
iTO OUR STOCK OF ;
Which U now fall and complete.
Our r-tock Embraces a
We invite all to give us
FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
complete. We keep the best Goods made, will sellthem at the lowest nosihi nrfraw an-i - .
full line of Goods of all grades, and or various styles and pri ffi SSf SSiSSto th fwantfr, SM M T UH" ,n,renM
i a call and satisfy themselves of the truth of our assertions audpiea to me wants of both the city and cuunuj tr:
A MONTH and board in your county. Men
or ladies Pleasant business. Address
P. W. ZiEGLER A CO.,
Box 8 1 . Philadelphia, Pa
ing a saiary ui m , - iTil C her the protestant world was born ; she Safe Kidney and Liver
dered no service whatever, his time be- ?eftg mother; the great trunk of pro- physteian, and iu every
ing exclusively taiten up in uiawug
stump speeches and organizing the no
groesforthe campaign then pending.
To get around this it is alleged that he
was employed as a spy to ferret out il
licit distillers. We don't know how Jim
is on the scent, nor whether he spied
much, but he drew his salary right
along. The committee will no doubt
have him on the stand when we may
learn what service he rendered for the
i , , xrt i really 1 chjivd i,liiau. uuuuwvw v
$125 a month, unless he, too, refuses to ' d Methodist aione exceed her
tflstantism to day : she is larger to-day
than any other two protestant families
on the face of the globe; she numbers
40,000,000 of .souls, who are found in
almost every inhabitable spot on the
globe." Whole countries, from the king
upon his throne to the humble serf, are
all Lutherans e g Sweden and Norr
way. While in America, these United
States, with the impediment of change
of language to obstruct her progress, in
this young country, scarcely one hun
rired vp.ars old in civilization, she al-
rpadv ranks third in numbers. The
Alexandria, Va., August 4, 1881.
H. H. Warner & Co. : Sirs I bare used your
Cure In my practice as a
case I find It works like a
Eev. B. F. Porter.
Mir Tormented Back"
is the exclamation of more than one poor hard
working man and woman. Do you know why it
aches? It is because y ur kidneys are over task
ed and need strengthening and your system needs
to be cleansed if bad- humors.' Kidney-Wort Is
the medicine you need. "It acts like a charm,"
says a well known physician, "I never knew it to
faiL" Liquid or dry sold by druggists. Boston
testify on the ground
Suppose the committee which is now
eneaeed in Washington investigating
the administration of the Sixth revenue
district in this State were to call in
John Sherman, former Secretary of the
Treasury, now United States Senator
from Ohio? Perhaps he could throw
some light on the question, as he fig
ured somewhat extensively in those
The only notice taken ot Cana- I days in laying pipes to secure his nomi
dy's denial in these columns was
that the statement had been published
as a news item without prejudice, and
it rested upon Mr. Canady to prove the
truth or falsity of the assertion.
In a subsequent statement Canady
denounced the editor of The Observ
er with all the low flung billingsgate
which his training and education in the
lowest schools of social and moral de
pravity had made possible, and which
I have not noticed until now.
I spent several days in Wilmington
about the first of June and neither saw
or heard anything of Mr. Canady, but
after I had left there he continued his
abuse through the columns of the Wil
mington Post, in a paragraph in which
I was again denounced as a "liar."
I have not, and possibly shall not,
pay any further attention to the mat
ter. I do not believe in the code duello
to settle such matters, but if I did I
should put myself only on a level with
gentlemen, having qualities of mind
and heart of which Mr. Canady seems
to be void.
I respectfully ask my newspaper
friends who have alluded to the matter
as published in the Patriot to publish
Chas. R. Jones.
nation for the Presidency, it is saia
that he had a number of strikers at
work in these parts, and that they were
placed on the rolls as if in service.while
drumming up support for the would-be
Norfolk Virginian : R. B. Robinson,
the colored editor of The Virginia Ar
gus, published at. Woodstock, Shenan
doah county, will be a candidate for
Congress in that district. He is a
straightout Republican, and thinks the
voters of his race have been duped and
imposed upon by Mahone and his party
leaders, who have used them to secure
office for themselves, and will give
nothins to his race that is worth hav
A wealthy Frenchman has organized
a private circus, in which young men
of the best Parisian families are the
actors, and to which none but people of
the highest circles are admitted as spectators.
SHACKLING THE WORKING MAN.
The Republican party has alwajs
professed to be the special friend of the
working mon, and worked its way into
popular support in its early days by ap
peals to the laboring man against what
it called the slaveocrocy of , the South.
As far as mere pretense went it was
and is to-day the friend of the toiling
classes, and the unrelenting foe of
grinding corporations and monopolies,
who fix the laborers wages and shut
their shops if he , refuses to work for
what Ihey offer. The following section
from the laws passed by the Republi
can Legislature of New York, in the
acts for the suppression of crime, shows
what a deep interest they take in 1 he
Sec. 678. A person who wilfully and
maliciously, either alone or in company
with others, breaks a contract of ser
vice or hiring, knowingly, or having
reasonable cause to believe, that the
probable consequences of his so doing
will endanger human life, or to cause
grievous bodily injury, or to expose
valuable property to destruction or se
rious injury, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
Thta act was passed it seems and but
few knew it, until it was by some
chance discovered and a large meeting
of working men assembled at Cooper
Institute to protest against it, which
drew popular, attention to it. The lan
guage is f ramedo deceive, and pur
posely so to prevent the appearance of
being framed against the working peo
ple, bat the phrase "either alone or in
company with others, breaks a contract
of service or hiring" shows its animus
and purpose. It is aimed at working
men to prevent strikes, by making
strikes criminal, it is true such a law
could never be enforced, for a jury
could never be found in this country
to convict under such a law, where the
right of the laborer to have something
to say about the wages he will work for
has always been recognized, but it
might serve the purpose of intimidat
ing workmen, and thus prevent strikes
by them. That is evidently what it
was intended for, and the reason why
it was passed so quietly, and so little
said about it was that if public atten
tion had been drawn to it before its
passage it would hare been so univers
ally denounced that votes enough could
not have been secured to pass it. They
were ashamed of the prescriptive meas
ure, dictated and passed in the interest
of corporations, and passed it in the
dark, hoping to escape attention.
The Republican party is, in fact, run
by corporations whose pliant creature
it has become, and about the only use
it has for thef toiler . is to secure bis
vote and use the power won by such
votes to crush him and keep him in a
condition of vassalage to the wealthy
man and corporations In whose interest
it legislate.;, ; '-;.jg
: 1 Here is vocabulary 4 of pet names"
ldy to their opponents : "Political fleas,"
. bons,",Tunder nypocrites, "grlp-sack-ers,"
"reef-rovers,, wreckers." mea of
base design,,' "knaves," "minions of the
,- brokers," ,f members of the rump, fete:
' -.Twenty-seven Democratic papers in
" ' Georgia ; opposes J,he r nomination! of
Stephens for Governor, - and about a
"hundred either favor or aie non-committal.
A pet dog was lately buried with
great solemnity in a cemetery owned
by colored people at Washington, and
great indignation is expressed by lot
owners and others.
The New York Tribune estimates the
losses by strikers and employers in
the Northern States at $1,250,000, and
says that in two weeks more the funds
of the strikers will be exhausted.
Smalls, the colored gentleman from
South Carolina, couldn't find a lodging
in a Boston hotel, and the Radicals in
Congress are going to make it even by
lodging him in Tillman's seat
A convention of colored men in Kan
sas has nominated Alfred Fairfax, a
colored man, who runs a farm, as their
candidate for Congress.
Since the Republicans have carried
Oregon it is said that Landaulet Wil
liams stands a chance of going into the
Don Cameron will doctor the tooth
ache somewhere among the Virginia
springs this summer.
It is said that opium kills annually
IN THE HOUSE.
The Day Spent in Discussing the River
and Harbor Bill, which is Finally-Passed.
Washington, June 17.-House.
The House at 11 25 went into commit
tee of the whole, Burrows, of Michigan,
in the chair, and resumed consideration
of the river and harbor bill.
The paragraph making appropriation
for the improvement of the Mississippi
River having been reached, Brown of
Indiana moved to strike out the clause
providing that money shall be expended
by the Secretary of War in accordance
with the plans of the Mississippi River
commission, and insert a proviso leav
ing it in the discretion of that officer to
expend money in such way and upon
such plans as will best improve the
navigation of the Mississippi River.
This amendment was sustained by
Messrs. Browne aud Calkins, of Indi
ana, Payne of Pennsylvania, and Hep
burn of Iowa, and opposed at length by
Representatives from the section of
country lying along the lower Missis
sippi. Arguments in opposition to the amend
ment were reinforced by Messrs. Page,
Townsend of Ohio, Harriss of Massa
chusetts, and others, in favor of having
improvements carried on upon the com
Hepburn, of Iowa, offered an amend
ment prohibiting the construction or
repair of levees. -Rejected.
Similar amendments were offered by
Peelle, of Indiana, and Dingley, of Me.,
were lost, and the question of recurring
Mr. Browne's amendment was rejected,
Page, of California, offered an amend
ment directing the Secretary of War to
carry on the works contemplated in the
bill by contract when not detrimental
to the interests of the government
The committee then rose and report
ed the bill to the House, and the bill
was passed yeas 119, nays 47.
Robeson, of New Jersey, from the
committee on appropriations, reported
the naval appropriation bill and it was
ordered-printed and recommitted.
House at 6 :40 adjourned. , , . . j
A Republican caucus was- announced
to take place Tuesday evening: next
It is whispered that the morals of
Vienna are not what they should be.
Ten thousand illegitimate children are
Kami vnarlir 4n 4-tA ViAcinif nla oviil Vi4a
uviu Taiij tu vuo uvDtvaiOf , aim vuio
sort of "mistake" is not confined to the
grade of society which is forced to flee
to tne hospitals. Tne jsmporor educates
all the boys born out: of the wedlock
lor the army. , ; .
in numerical strength, and if the color
ed membership of the Methodist church
were deducted from the account, the
official census would place her second
even in this country, and the immense
immigration swelling her numbers by
the thousands yearly, will soon place
her among the foremost of churches in
Dr Bikle's address was able, clear,
reasonable and unprejudiced, and was
highly appreciated by his hearers.
Col P B Means and H S Puryear, Esq,
delivered brief and eloquent addresses.
In the corner stone was deposited the
following: Church Record, St James'
Evangelical Lutheran church of Con
cord, N C, was duly organized June,
1843, under the ministry of Rev W G
Harter. The erection of the first church
house began in 1841, under the ministry
of Rev Stroble, and being completed
was dedicated" April 6,"1843: The dedi
cation sermon was. preached by Rev.
Henry Gracher, from Luke 14, 23
"Compel them to come in, thatlny
hnna mav he filled." The church was
served by Revs T A Stroble, W G Har
ter, D J Dreher, C H Bernheim, Bow
ers, Harry, and then by RevL A Bikle,
D D, under whose ministry liberality
was greatly increased, together with
I other material and valuable improve
ments in the development or cnurcn
life. , .
He was followed by the present in
cumbent, Rev. S. T. Hallman, under
whose earnest ministry the people were
inspired with new life and energy, and
encouraged to undertake the erection
of the beautiful brick edifice now in
rapid course of construction. The
building when completed will have
cost about $8,000, and will stand as an
ornament to the town, a monument to
the Triune God, a Tablet to the memo
ry of a devoted pastor and an equally
devoted people And the universal
prayer is that the glory of the latter
house may be greater than the glory of
The conereeation when first organiz
ed numbered about 50, aftei the lapse
of 40 years, during which time many
trials have beset her way and quite a
number have gone into other folds
forming new congregations and
strengthening other churches, she yet
numbers 155 members with bright
prospects of increasing strength and
efficiency, with devotion to God and his
church growing daily, and the people
united and determined in the race for
the crown of life. The following are
the present officers :
Rev. S. T. Hallman, pastor; council,
A. J . Blackwelder, Geo. Winecoff, J F
Fink, D R Hoover, G W Brown. W H
Blume, Wm Probst, J K Patterson.
The Sunday school under the super
intendency of Brother D R Hoover is
large and flourishing and in this de
partment we see pleasing evidences of
a vigorous church life.
The church choir, which is very effi
cient is made up of the following:
Miss Lillie L Brown, organist
Miss Florence Slough, principal so
prano. Miss Lizzie H Foil, soprano.
Miss Mattie Cook, principal alto.
Mr Henry Propst, alto.
Mr C W Graham, principal tenor.
Mr J R Patterson, bass.
Mr Milledge S Hallman, bass.
The choir at present mourns the de
parture of a most faithful alto singer
in the person of Mrs Sallie J Hallman
Contractor, A Overturf, of Philadel
Brick contractors, Watson and Cecil,
Lexington, N C.
Building committee, A J Blackwel
der, George W Brown, G C Blume.
Advisory committee, J S Fisher and
D R Hoover.
Besides this sketch of the church
there were deposited in the corner
stone the additional articles, to-wit:
The Workman, of June 8, 1882. f
The Visitor, of June 1, 1882.
Lutheran Observer, June 2, 1882.
Our Church Paper, June 8, 1882.
Minutes of the North Carolina Synod
Constitution of St. James Ladies Aid
Mrs Hallman's Hymn Book.
The Concord Register and Sun.
Church Almanac 1882, all of which
were put in a galvanized box, sodered
air-tight, and placed in the corner
stone. . , ,
The exercises were concluded' with a
brief and touching address by the pas
tor, and benediction by Dr Bikie. The
choir of the church had brought the
organ to the building, and added their
sacred melodies and anthems of praise
to the everlasting hallelujah.
The term hydra may be used to represent any
manifold evil. It you would battle successfully
with this many-beaded monster of disease yen will
find It expedient to keep Mrs. Untenant' Vegeta
ble Compound always at hand. Dr. Banning.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
JONK 17, 1882
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Rosin steady, $1.52ft for strained; $1.66 tor good
strained. Tar firm, at $2.25. Ciude Turpentine
steady, at $1.50 ior hard; $2.76 lor yellow dip;
$2-75 for virgin. Corn steady; prime white 9V;
Baltmohe noon Floor active and lower;
Howard street and Western super $8 2584.00i
extra $42585 50; family $5.75$7.0O; City
mius, super V3.bOiZ$4.7o; extra $5-OUi2$7.so;
Bio brands $7 25S7.87. .Wheat Southern
steady and quiet; Western a shade higher and
closing steady; Southern red Sf. H8S1.7; amber
S18Hffi$L43i ho t Maryland $l b"5 bid: No 2
Western winter red spot. $1.84481 851A. Com
.Southern quiet and steady; Western dull and a
snaaeorr; soutneru wnite we; Boatnern yellow
Baltocobx night- O&ts. firmer; Southern
623ttft; Woman wnne 64966; mixed 61&63;
Pennsylvania 6tt55. Pro visions firm; mess
pork, $20.250822.25. Bulk meats-shoulders
and clear rib sides, packed. 10Va&iH&. Bacon
shoulders 1114; clear rtb sides 14Vt; hams 1614
f216. liard refined 10. Coflee steady; Bio
cargoes rdlnary to fair 8091. 8nsar- steady;
sofi 9. Whiskey-dull, at 81.20. Freights
Galveston iteadj; middling llfee; tow mid
dims ll8c: good ordinary He; net receipts
81; gross 31; sales 149 stock 8.704: ex
ports ooastwtae ; to Ureal Britain 849; to
continent ; to France ; to channel
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PARLOR and CHAMBER SUITS. COF
FINS ot aU kinds on hand. tio. f West
Trade street, Charlotte, North Carolina.
grogs kvl& piefltcitxes. 1& Mil SPR1NG&,
Crushed Under Falling W
Boston, June 17. At 5.30 o'clock this
morning Timothy Remick's cotton
waste mill at Boston Highlands took
lire. The building contained much cot
ton waste, which being thoroughly
soaked by water from engines became
so heavy as to burst the walls which
fell upon several firemen who were con
siderably injured. One of whom . it is
thought will not survive. The building
was of wood 40 by 80 feet and 3 stories
Norfolk Qolet mt-dllru net nelpt
191; tom vl; 6 729. exports ooat-
witw flttl; mien 19: -xpiru to Great Britain
; to continent i ,5 1 s
Baltoiork QuW ni'MlIng I2ie Now mid
dling 1 15ft; " in iry lOHfee nel relpm - -
gross 67. aWr uk 2'-i 009 oiporta
const wlae 100 Mpinners 50: "iixirt o Hrat
Britain . i- c miiM-'nt .
BoerroN Qdet U..M in i2gr; io middling
12o; good urtiinar, I 1&c, uw receipts ;
gross . saic turn 9 100 export to
Great Britain ; to Prance .
WrxjfiMSTOM Qiiit-t iii Midi Inn 1 1 (fee to mid
dim il a 1 6c xhi rdiiar 10 5 Ittc. recelp a
); grot It , nUte Ulo; eapors
cottwtM 3o9 m treat Britain ; to
Philadelphia -D,ul; .nidum 2Vc low
middling 1 2c. -hmI jrdluar) 11c nwmw net
439 xros 4.3 ; - k 10,96; n-
poru Great Bnmin -700; to continent .
Savannah Easy , middling lUfje; low mid
dling UVhc; k on luiry MHfcc; net receipts
745; gross 745; sales 150; tock 5,874;
exports coaatwitw , ! to Great Britain ;
to France : to continent .
New Orleans Firm; middling 121e; low
mlddLng 1 lVe; gooo ordinary 1 lfec; net receipts
45; gross til: miles 1,700; stock 83,517:
exports to Great Britain ; to France ;
coastwise 49; to continent 131; to chan
Mtbile -Nominal; middling 12a; low middling
llfeo; good ordinary lie; net receipts 130;
gross 130; sales ; stock 3.848: exports
eoast 458; France ; to Great Britain ;
to continent .
Memphis -Quiet middling 12c; low mid
dling llfec; good ordinary 10e: net raeeiie
27; gross 27; shipments 1,471; sales 200;
Auerj8TAQ.u-1; middling WVgt; low mid;
dllng Ulio; good , ordinary 10 Vic; feeetpu 8;
shipments ; sales 16.
Charleston Quiet; middling 12; tow mid
dunglltte; rmd ordinary llVtc. net receipts
504; gross 504: j sales 25; stock 7,474;
exports coastwise ; to Great Britain ;
to continent ; to France ; to chan
New Tobe Qule(; sales 2.408; middling up
lands 12 8-1 6c. middling Orleans 12 7-1 6c: con
solidated net receipts 2,140; exports to Great
Britain 1.549; to France ; to continent
1,649; to channel
New York. Receipts at all Interior towns are
4,144: receipts from plantations 2 672: crop
insight 5.278.487; tntu vislblo supply or cotton
for the world is 2.287. 58. of which 1,27,550
Is American; against 2,480,016 and 1,747,916
respectively last year.
New York -The following are the total nt re
ceipts of cotion at all ports since September 1st,
New Orleans, 1,165,299
Charleston, - 490,584
New York, - - - 167.981
Boston, - - - - - - 226.186
Providence, - - - - - - 12.810
PWladelpbia. - - - . - 77423
ntt and Wast Point . , . . . 172.482
BranswiCK, - - - -; . - - o.oo
Port Royal. - - - - - - 22,605
Pensaoola, ...... 10,187
Portland. - - - - - 7.694
WashlngtD, N.-i. . ... 10.501
Total, - - - - ' - 4,559,055
LTTERPOOi, Mun Firm.; middling uplands
64dr middling arlejuu. 6 6-16M; sales 12,000;
speculation and exports 2.000: receipts 5o0;
American 400 'Uplands low middling elause;
June delivery tt 474dS6 46 64d; June and July
47-64d36 46-644? July and August 6 48 64d&
6 47-6 4d; August and September 6 50 64d; Bern
te ruber and October fl 48 64d; October and No
vember 6 32-6 4 (If November and December
; December and January 6 34-6 Ad. Fu
New York Net receipts 54: gross 1,149
Futures closed steaoy; sales 56.000 bales.
June. .". 12.18S.19
September.. ....... .... 12.1.02
November .... .. , . .. 11.45 47
December. .". 11 47.48
January. .;j 11.590.61
February l J. 7105.78
FRESH MINERAL WATER
Both Foreign and D8Dtetie,
Just Received, at
s .DpJlMcAdcns Drug Store
From Saratoga Springs, N. Y. A new water re
sembling tne Imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid; eures dyap-pU, aids diges
tion. Is a powerful tonic and strong
HfliWn Natural Mineral Wafpp
UUtUVIU 1IUHU1U1 U11XIV1UJ MUWi
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and in all forms of dyspepsia.
CASKS CONGRKSS WATER,
1 A CASKS BOCK BRIDGK ALUM,
, CASKS BUFFALO LITUIA.
THIS attractive summer resort will be opened for the reception of visitors on the 1 st day of June.
The beauty of the scenery and the curative properties of the water are well known. Coaches meet
And a full supply of
trains on the Western North Carolina ttallroad at Korganton.
$zu and $25. Address
mayl9 eod lm
Dally mall and express. Board per month
JOHN H. riSAUSUN. tropneior,
Glenn Alpine Springs.
Hunyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THX BXST NATURAL APKRIKNT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Don. A ulna glass full before breakfast.
The Lancet "HunyBdl Janos. Baron Lleblg af
firms that Its richness In aperient salts surpasses
that ot all other known waters."
The British Medical Journal "Baania Janos.
The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
trot. Tvrchov, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
trcf. Bamberger, Vienna. "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
..Prof. Scamoni, Wurazburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Landtr Brunton, M. Z., T. M, 8., London.
"More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy." . -
, prof. Atken, 11. D., F. R. 8., Royal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pullna and Fried
Statesville, INT. C,
ON THE HOST riYOBABLE TERMS AND IN COMPETITION WITH
JOBBERS, IN-THE COUNTRY. THEV WILL BE GLAD TO
. . QUOTE PRICES TO THE TRADE.
maris Tr : T -
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
North Tryon 8t, - CHARLOTTK.N.
AMERICA STILL FURTHER AHEAD 1
DONT GO TO SARATOGA
When you can get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as when ttllows from the spring at Saratoga.
we receive bus water in urge muc. mi rcociruun
A Fatal Railroad Accident.
WnEELiNG, W. Va., June 17. A spe
cial says the train on the Clarksburg
and Weston Railroad, which left Clarks
burg yesterday morning, while entering
the trestle at Waldin's, was precipitated
over the trestle. About 20 passengers
were aboard, including six or seven'
ladies. A Mr. Carey, supposed to be
from New York, and a Mr. Goldsbor
oueh. were killed. Miss Leonie White,
of Freeman's Creek, was fatally, and
twelve others badly injured.
By yellow teeth and falling goma
And mouth and lips all hot and hard,
And breath deep-tainted as It comes;
: Andyet,wlth80Z0D0NT,wemay. .
L Keep all these dire defects at bay. I i
Murdered by Mexicans.
Galveston, June 17th. A News
Voalde special says: Col. Holland, su
perintendent of Flowers Ranche ! in
Maverick county was brutally murder
ed by two Mexican herders yesterday.
TKm, Bltf Vita VAa? An&n -nri i V on n vn
robbed the " rancne ana roae on i on
.stolen horses; " i i
Sovemments- Irregular . .
Four and a half per cents,.
Four per cents,
State bonds inactive.
Sub-treasury balance Gold..
" ; --currency .u.
STOCKS Generally fltmi
Alabama Clasi A. 2 to 5
Alal ma Class A, small.
Ataltama Class B, fi's.. .. .........
Alabama '- Class C, 4's. . '. .
Chicago and Northwestern
Chicago and Northwestern preferred.
Kas& Tennessee. , . j. . ... . .f
nnnoU Central. A . .'.it. hi.-
Lake Shore . ....... .
Louisville and Nashville, ...........
, itumphls and Charleston.
Nashvula. and Chattanooga.",..' ..
New York Central. ,
Plttaburg..... , .
Kusnmotia ana anegneny.
tuenmona ana uaoviue
BocK Island.' "
South Carolina Brown Consols,,
waoaan. a, ukus a. raeme.....
Wabash, 8t Louis ft Pacific preferr'd
eavem umoa, - . . . . .
v . w.
which we return as soon aa emptied to be refilled
again every week. J. H. MoApKN,
r. . Druggist and Chemist.
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
1 and competent druggists, day ot night
OLD POINT COMFORT,
ltnatAd 100 vards from Fort Monroe. Open all
the year. Xqual to any hotel In the U.S. Sur
roundings unsurpassed. Bathing, boating, fishing
and driving specially attractive. Pre-eminently a
resort for Southern people. Terms less for equal j
accommodations than any resort In the country.
Climate bee from Malaria; and lor Insomnia truly
wonderful in Its soporific effect. Send for circular
describing hyglenle advantages, etc.
mayl88m HARRISON PHOEBUS, Prop'r.
YORK RIVER LINE,
TO BALTIMORE and ALL POINTS NORTH
Dally except Sunday.
Note the reduced first-class rates to
FB'ILT I .M ORE
Six Cord Soil Fndsh Spool UM.
Aioarded all the Ilonors at the
International Cotton Exposition, 1881,
"THE BEST THREAD for
MACHINE and HAND SEWING."
Two Gold Medals and the Grand Prize.
For Sale to the Trade by
J. Roessler & Co., Charlotte, N. C.
. " Danville,
: r . Batelgh,v,
" Spartanburg, '
8.55 p m
4.40 b m
Arriving at Baltimore, 7.80 a. m., connecting
with the morning trains tor Philadelphia and
' ' aw mm u.. ji..iUHJi. m n n
few boors. pleasanUy , In Richmond before de-
perture of trains for West Point. , , ' "
jtoa luniHjr luiairai
above named points;-
HUGH W, HARRIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office on Trade street, nearly opposite Court House,
(or runner- iuTonmuion :appiy no -ageniB ai.ue
imayI9ly tiyif:rrifif') hrirtQeiillVim. Agent
f if .Omen or In
h.imh.ppywlfewho. suffers from the U W? . WfSf
nee and 111 humor ot a nervous husband, should I S15 000 for Slj;l8X0Cf : for 81. Ndm
name the real cause In her complaint to the court,
or remove that nervousness by presenting the de
fendant with Dr. Benson's Celery and Chamomile
other prizes offered In the grand scheme of the
Commonwealth Distribution Company which will
be drawn in Louisville, Ky., June 80tn Bend 82
tor a ticket. It may be your turn for a fortune.
Address B. M. Boaidman, Louisville, Ky. ' .
.Its otJLiiAiiTjwprw JniMt iu ioon'f "
The. market yesterday dosed ,s,teadjr at, the fol
Hood Mlddlm.,r;-fc.;,i!v X-JTX4- 12 -Strictly
middling.- .2ZSZL: ft ' 11
Btrist.low mlddlrhjK V-'-ivt-Js. llE
Low BMdJT.. ,V ' 11 B-l
Storm eotton.i.. . - 67V
Bales yesterday 65 bales. -
1 tlPDTf I IT'i 100 pages, f History et all Pdlltl-
'AUJjulvail oat raruesit or- bkmaxob voofxb.
u gives eversinina penaunng so
polltlcs,and unites history, to
stractioo and ready refereneav Sold
only by subacrtDtioo; but. subscript
tlons sent direct will be forwarded"
HOS.'THOS. Co's expense. Agents now wanted.
sJ.-Z Must apply early, lor territory Is be
. v.COOPia. 4ng rpidly, assigned, . Prospectus
'riow ready, address - f .
l.Vw'.?1811 ?OBLI3HlNG COMPANY,
Junia 20 N rtn Seventh Street, PhUa. U
Richard A; Spring, !
3f ..Xw&m&dia&lfaKC i
-ynmi-lf Ifavaesui Street, Newr Torfc.
ill wtsiKmaence wftr receive prompt attention
r' Rxnarsscxi st National Bank, Charlotte, N. c.
Balelgh National Bank, Raleigh, N Cm Hon. W. P.
Bynum, ex-Judge Supreme court North Carona.
. aprlS 6m - . , -
THE MOST ELEGANT
BAR AND-BILLIARD RO
E7Ka.lN CHARLOTTE :
Has lust been opened next door below the Central
Hotet Build ng. on Tryon street where. the pures
WLN&d and LIQUORS can always be found.
KENDRICK & BIX BY
' mayl9.tt .' ,