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mi AS. R. JOXES, Editor tod rro?tor.
SUNDAY . JUNE 18. 1882.
Let us see how the "machine" works
A set of magistrates are appointed
who are not responsible to the people
(we mean no reflection whatever upon
them), these magistrates elect a board
of county commissioners who are re
moved even further from responsibili
ty to the people. The question of pro
hibition is made an issue before the
people, and the count at the ballot box
shows a majority of 1,600 against the
measure. The city grants license, and
the United States government collects
a privilege tax, and the bar-rooms are
opened. The law says these venders
must have the license of the county
vm m 1 afll rtTl ATH. to enable them to en-
gage in the traffic lawfully, but the so
licitors of neither the Superior nor the
Inferior Courts have the courage to
prosecute them. The business is car
ried on openly, and the sale of a drop
of whiskey is not prevented. Under
the law the State and county license
would be between six or seven hun
dred dollars per annum, which is all
lost to the public school fund, we be
lieve. We contend that the county commis
sioners should bow to the will of the
people as expressed at the ballot-box.
When prohibition was an issue nobody
had need to ask where The Observer
stood, but we are among those who
surrendered when the fight was over,
and the sooner public sentiment crys
talizes in obedience to the expressed
will of the people at the ballot box un
der the due form of law, the sooner we
;n f ;.n ViirrVi orrAimH where I men.
TV 111 JJCtl VUU - f
our position can be defended.
The board of magistrates meet, we
believe, on the 1st Monday in August
Let them take this matter in hand, and
if our present board of county commis
sioners will not obey the will of the
people, then let a set of commissioners
be elected who will. We have the
kindest feelings toward every member
of the present board, but we do say that
they have no right- to set their judg
ment against the judgment of the peo
ple of the county, especially after that
matter has been adjudicated at the bal
There may be some who say this is
treason to the Democratic party. We
deny it The present system of county
government is un-democratic to begin
with, and the sooner we point out the
rocks and shoals among which we may
be stranded, the sooner we will get out
into the deeper current which will lead
us into the haven of Democratic har
mony and Democratic victory as well.
ANOTHER MONUMENT PROJECT.
We are indebted to some friend for a
marked copy of the Fay etteville Exami
ner, containing a letter from Senator
Bayard to Col. Wharton J. Green.on the
subject of a monument to be erected in
honor of the Mecklenburg Declaration
of Independence in which he says :
"Will it not be possible to have a
Rtxrmp imnressive monument column
raised at Charlotte to the memories of
the 'signers V
"The Lion of Luzerne, by Thorwald
sen, is the mosLadmirable type of such
commemoration, and it dignifies im
mensely the ninety-odd Swiss, who
were only military police at the palace
of Versailles, ; serving for money only
in a foreign country, but who fell at
their posts I
MWe may not perhaps expect such a
work of genius just now at Charlotte,
but something should be done to mark
the place, arrest the imagination and
enforce the memory.
"Shall it not be t
The Observer would be glad to see
some such suggestion carried out Gov.
Vance is president of an association
having the erection of such a monu
ment for its object but under his gui
dance the association has been dead
about seven years. Some day an or
ganization will be effected that will do
less talking and more work.
PREPARING FOR WORK.
It is said that the Republican con
gressional committee in Washington
expect to raise $500,000 to be expended
in the coming congressional elections,
and that all federal office-holders, even
to the pages in Congress, will be re
quired to contribute the amounts as
sessed against them. That they are
going to make a vigorous fight there is
not the slightest doubt, and that they
know the value of money in such con-
tsata (hfrA is nil donbt either. But what
becomes of all the nice chat about civil
service reform while these enforced
assessments are going on? What have
the reformers in the Republican party
to say about it? Why, they will just
button their lips till after the election,
and then perhaps they will give us
some more essays on this interesting
topic and the conventions that meet
thereafter will fling in another plank or
two on civil service, and m the mean
time, the work of assessing will go
STOPPING THE GAPS IN THE
On the 7th day of November 1880'
fnnr dava after the defeat of Hancock,
The Observer published the follow
inff editorial paragraph :
"Tn v was a bad dav for smash
ing political machines. It got badly
"scattered in Mecklenburg, it gave up
"the ghost in Cabarrus, it was shattered
"in Lincoln and in Gaston counties,"
and then after an allusion to the New
York and Philadelphia elections where
the machine was badly battered it con
cluded : "Coming back home it nearly
"lost us the State of North Carolina,
"with all that we had been struggling
"for in the past ten years. We rise to
air if narties will ever profit by the
"experience of the past T
In Japan's population
there are 500,000 more
of 30,00' ,000
After authorizing the Wilmington
Review and Star to say that he would
decline the nomination of the Liberal
and Republican conventions for judge
of the 4th district, Mr. Darby has writ
ten a letter of acceptance.
The Boston Journal says that hun
dredsof counterfeit ten-dollar green
backs hae been put in circulation in
I The American Register, while it
makes no charges, still thinks a little
investigation of the census bureau
would be in order, and suggests the ap
pointment of a committee by Congress
A New Street Railway Engine.
Some time ago an account was given
of a compressed-air locomotive, the in
vention of Col. Beaumont and the suc
cessful tests to which it had been put
as a road engine, running from the
government works at Wool wich, Eng
land, several miles into the countr
The patent for the use of this new in
vention has been bought by parties in
New York, and a locomotive built on
the same principle, after being in ser
vice in England, is now in New York,
where it is to be tested on the grace
and elevated railways in that city. A
brief test of its powers on a short line
of railway was made on Thursday, and
it is reported tnat it can be started ana
stopped with surprising quickness;
that the mechanism is very simple, and
that it is capable of a rate of speed that
would out-distance locomotives run by
The mechanism consists of an ordi
nary portable steam engine, which
drives the air-pumps, the consumption
of coal being but fifty-two pounds on a
four hours' trial.
The same principle is capable of be
ing applied to large railway engines,
and it is said at a great saving in the
cost of fuel. For street railways the
working cost is estimated at one-half
the cost of horses.
A New Cnre for Wounds.
A WARNING TO DEMOCRATS.
We publish the following from the
Utica (N. Y.) Morning Herald Repub
lican of Saturday June 17, as a warn
ing to Democrats in North Carolina,
who imagine that the "machine" is still
North Carolina gives better promise
of early redemption from bourbon rule
than any other southern state. The
republicans made this possible, when
they adopted entire the independent
ticket nominated some time ago, and
placed it upon such an excellent plat
form. Last year the democratic plur
ality in the state was only 0,000 ; and
we have always believed that North
Carolina was a republican state, on a
fair count, with a full vote, and with
anything like efficient organization on
the part of the republicans. The latter
is something they have never really had
there. The adoption of the independent
ticket is a practical, abandonment of
the distinctive party organization in
North Carolina, and means that the re
publicans of that state are conscious
that the defeat of bourbon ism, by a con
solidation of all the elements of opposi
tion to it Is much more important to
them, and to the welfare of the state,
than the revival of a party organization
which has been effete to all intents and
purposes in nearly every southern state,
for a number of years. Bourbon ism in
the south is bound to go ; but the re
publican party there nas neither the
vitality nor the votes to drive it out.
It will go through the co-operation of
all men who believe that it is high time
lor tne great soutn to -set her race to.
wards the morning." This independent
movement in the south, as it gradually
comes into the control of the several
states, will become an Immense factor
in our national politics, and may prove
the leaven that will leaven the whole
lump. Its natural sympathies will be
with the republican party in its nation
al organization, not only because so
large a proportion of its membership
will be men who were original republi
cans, bat because of the close alliance
which the democratic party insists npon
maintaining with the southern bour
bons. But there is not at present verv
satisfactory evidence that the republi
can party oy absorbing this southern
independent movement, can regain its
old ascendency in the south. The inde
pendent movement promises to be too
big to be boa constrictor! zed. It may
yet so far assert itself as to claim the
privilege of i wallowing for itsel f.
Macon, Ga, Telegraph: - The colored
brother is nothing if not fashionable.
A special ' from Clan ton, 'Abx, says:
; About forty colored hands 'employed
'"'"'in the Sloes Iron Mines nave struck for
a shortening Of the; time of wdrk .from-
eleven to ten hours per day.' Thejtrik
' :V- threaten the lives; of any of jtheir.
number, who return to work. The mine
authorities have armed themselves fur
the protection of the few still at work
' ' A new Bet of bands will be employed.
tv bloodshed. -jr-v
As soon as a wound is inflicted, get a
little stick a knife or file handle will
do and commence to tap gently on the
wound. Do not stop for the hurt, but
continue until it bleeds freely and be
comes perfectly numb. When this point
is reached you are perfectly safe all
that is necessary is to protect it from
dirt Do not stop short of bleeding and
numbness, and do not on any account
close the opening with plaster. Noth
mg more man a simple cereate on a
clean cloth is necessary.
we nave used and seen tnis used on
all kinds of simple punctures for years,
and never knew a single instance of a
wound becoming inflamed or sore after
Among other cases : a coal rake tooth
going entirely through the foot, a rusty
darning needle through the foot a bad
bite by a sucking pig, several instances
of file shanks throuh the hand, nails,
awls, &c., but we never knew a failure
of this treatment
Under a Suspension of the Rules the
House Rons Through a Number of
Important Measures, Including the
$100,000,000 Pension Bill.
Washington, June 19.-Senate.-
Mr. George introduced a bill appropria
ting one hundred thousand dollars for
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pUDHC uuuuuig at v iv&auuig, aura.
Hoar, from the judiciary committee,
reported as a substitute for resolutions
and bills on subjects referred to that
committee, the bill introduced by him
last week to provide for the perfor
mance of the duties of the office of
president in case of the removal, death,
resignation or inability both of presi
dent and vice-president The commit
tee recommend tne passage or tne Dill.
It vests succession in the Cabinet be
ginning with Secretary of State and
ending witn secretary oi xmenur.
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j joint rcauiuLiuu i-u yay ouuiuciu
mail contractors came up on the calen
dar and was passed after some amend
The river and harbor bill upon being
received from the House was referred
to the committee on commerce, and
Kellogg, of that committee, gave notice
of proposed amendments to the bill as
follows : Striking out the provision for
the Mississippi River and providing a
direct appropriation of $5,000,000 for
improvement of the river, the money to
be expended by the secretary of war in
accordance witn pians ana anaer aireu-
tinn of the river commission : also in
serting 6100,000 for improvement of the'
harbor or jsewuneans; szu,wu ior a
lock at the mouth of Bayou Plaque-
mine: S 10.000 for improvement of Cat-
leaseu River, and $10,000 for Bayou
Terrebonne. The amendments went to
the commerce committee.
Garland moved a reconsideration of
the vote by which the House bill rela
ting lo distilled spirits in bonded ware-
nouses was lnaeuniLeiy posupuueu.
Garland explained that his intention
was not to secure action at this session
but to have the bill recommitted with
a view to a report upon it by the com
mittee at the next session. An entry
was made of a motion to reconsider, but
no action upon it was taken.
Hale, Ransom and Cockrell were ap
pointed conferees on the military acad
emv appropriation bill. r-
The House bill to extend charters of
national banks came up at 2-:15 as un
finished business, and occupied the re
mainder of the day's session, the bill
coins oyer without final action until
to-morrow, Allison giving notice that
he would then ask the members to sit
it out. t
House. The following, bill was in
trod uced and referred:
By Moore, of Tennessee, authorizing
the construction of a bridge across the
Mississippi River at Memphis.
Calkins, of Indiana, under instruc
tions from the committee on elections
moved to suspend the rules and pass
bill facilitating the trial of contested
election cases by providing machinery
by which testimony in these cases may
be suomuted to tne committee on elec
tions at an earner day than is now
practicable. Agreed to.
Dunnell, of Minnesota, under instruc
tions from the committee on ways and
means, moved to suspend the rules and
pas3 the bill providing that hereafter
collectors of internal revenue shall be
appointed for a term of four years.
The inotiou was I03t, yeas si, nays
100. O'Neill, of Pennsylvania, under in
structions from the committee on ap
propriations, moved to suspend rules
and pass the pension appropriation bill
which appropriates one hundred mil
After a protest from nou3e,of Tenn.,
against passing a measure of this mag
nitude under a suspension of the rules,
the motion was agreed to and the bill
passed without division.
smith, of Illinois, under instructions
from the committee on banking and
currency, moved to suspend the rules
and pass a bill authorizing Secretary of
the Treasury until "1st July. 1884," to re
ceive trade dollars upon-presentation
and give in exchange f or themetandard
silver dollars, and repealing all laws
authorizing the coinage of trade dol
lars. Agreed to.
Reagan, of Texas, under instructions
from the committee on commerce,
moved to suspend the rules and pas a
bill to regulate immigration. It per
mits the levying of a tax of 50 cents
per head upon emigrants landed in this
country. Such tax to be paid by the
vessel carrying sucn emigrants, it is
intended principally for the benefit of
Castle Garden, New York. Although
the bill provides that the tax shall be
paid to the collectors of customs and be
expended under the direction of the
Secretary of the Treasary.
The motion wis agreed to and the
bill passed. Yeas, 110; nays, 16.
Also under suspension of rules a bill
was passed to establish a bureau of
animal industry and to prevent the ex
portation of diseased cattle and the
spread of contagious or infectious dis
eases among domestic animals.
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Also a joint resolution accepting tne
invitation of the British government
to be rn presented at the international
fishery exhibition in London in 1883.
Broachitt.-T1iroat Disease ften
commence with a eocgb,co!d. or unusual exertion
of the voice. These incipient symptomsere af-'
layed by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches,"
which if neglected often result in a chronic trouble
of the throaL .
VfE INVITE ATTENTION
WE INVITE ATTENTION
QUE STOCK OF-
JUKS IV, 1882
Wnjnn9T0M Spirits T argentine doll, as 43c.
Rosin steady, $1.52 for strained; $1.65 for good
strained. Tar firm, at 2-25. Ciude Turpentine
steady, at Sl.F.o lor bard: 2.7n tor Tellowdio:
$2.75 for virgin. Corn stead j; prime white W,
BALTnfOBX koon Flour dull and heavy;
Howard smet and Western suoer S3 25&S4.00;
extra S4 25S$5 50; family So.75SS7.0O; Ctir
Milis. sUDer S-f.2otf54 00: extra S4.25ffS7.55;
Bio brands $7 25SS7.87. Wheat Southern
lower and antet; Western higher and duU: south
ern red Ui3tt51.36; amber 1.3&1.381A: No.
Aiaryiana : no 2 western winter rea spot
S1.85Vie$l 36. Corn Southern Hi nier; Westr
em steady and dull; Southeru white Southern
Baltxmoeb might- Oats. firm, and Jn good
demand; aouihera 62St55; Weatern white b4&
65; mixed 61363; Pennsylvania 6I&H5. Provisions-very
firm; mess pork, $20-7o3$22.25.
tflUK meats-shonldera and elear no sides. ick-
edlOteftiHlfe. Bacon - shoulders UUk clear rb
sides 14; bams 151m31L Lard refined 13.
CoSae steady: Ho cargoes crdlnary to fair 8(7-
UUl suear- turner: a eon WH- wnissey ouu.
at $1.20. Freights a shade better.
Biusra -fteady; middling Hie; low .mid
dling like: good ordinary tie; net "ocelots
143; gross 143; sales 387; stock 7,470: ex
ports ooastwlsft - - to Ureal Bruaini 84H; to
continent 1,877s to Fiance ; to channel
Nobtolk - Qulat , middling i lSta; net receipt v
43; gross 43; stock 6,638; exports eoaat
wlae 134; sales 221; exports to Great Britain
; w continent .
BlLTDfOBX Steady: middling 12c, low mid
dling 11; good ordinary 10:; net receipts ;
gross - ; sales 4O0. , stock 21 482; exports
coastwise ; spinners 200; exports to Oreat
Britain 2,236; to continent-.
Bootqh -Steady middling 12c; low'middlW
12c; good ordinary ' I lie; net receipts 107 ;
gross 506: ' sales : stock 8850s exports to
Great Britain -; to France .
WrunHOTOH Steadyi middling 1 fltoc. tow mid
dling 11 8 46e;; good-ordinary. 10 6 Idej receipts
U gross; 1; sales. ; stock 917: exports
cotstwlse - ; to Gnat Britain ; to
PHTLAsxLPKn. Steady; middling 121&C low
middling 12c: good ordinary' lie; nmrnti net
9 gross 659; sales ; artc 11325; ex
ports Oreat Britain ; taoonttnent
. SiYAnisiB Easyr middling lllfcc; low mid
dling HVke; (rood ordinary lOJfce; -net receipts
260; groa 309r sales &5; stock. 6,055;
exports. -coastwise 628; to Great Britain -;
to France ;: to continent - .
Hmw OioaAKS -Steady; 'middling 121c; low
mldohng. 1 ltye; good ordinary 1 lfec; net receipts
617; gross 791: les 2.2M)i stock 79,065
exports to Sreat Britain 5 283; to France ;
coastwise ; to continent ; to chan
M"bil - Steady ; middling 12s; low middling
lltec; good ordinary lie; net receipts 44;,
gross 44 sales 25; stock 8.804: exports
eoast 88: France ; to Great Britain ;
to continent .
SLkwhis Firm . middling 12c; low mid
dling llso good ordinary 1014c; net nomdh
88; gross 88; shipments 416: sales 950;
Which la now full and
Our tock Kmbraces a
We invite all to give us
FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
complete. We keep the best Goods made., will sell them at th int rwrfh' 1. .
full line of Goods or all grades, and or riouisty leS Steel 6eS weUadltSed -ISH'k3 aU
1 a can and satisfy themselves of the truth of our assertions! aaapted to the wants of both the city and country tra
M.. E. R.ikItfIIIr BRO
A MONTH and board In your county. Men
or ladles. Pleasant business. Address
P. W. ZiKGLXR 4 CO.,
Box 8 1 , Philadelphia. Pa
CAPC1NE POROUS PLASTER.
No BKKKBY more Widely or Favorably Known,
It Is rs pld in rel leving, quick in curing. For Lame
Back, hheumafWn, Kidney Affections, and aches
and pains generally, it Is the unrivalled remedy.
Wg HAVE STOPPED SELLING AT COST, BUT OFFEB GOOD8 AT
SUCH ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES
Tba the Pub Ic cannot Perceiv tbe Difference. A beautiful stodt
GINGER. BUCHU. MaNDBAKL and man? of
the best medicines known are here combined into
a medicine of sucn varied powers as to make it
the greatest Blood Purifier and the .
SPR I N G GOODS,
Beit Ileal ill
auiw. 8 trengi.il
cures Complaints of Women and diseases of the
Stomach. Bowels, Lungs, Liver and Kidneys, and
Is entirely different from Bitters. Ginger Essences
and other Tonics, as It never Intoxicates, 60c and
91 Bizss. iargo saving ouytng 91 sue.
HibCOX 4 CO., New York.
GEORGE PACE & CO.
Patent Portable CircnlHr
3 KOISBt raIe Street,
MILLS A r"'
nary tai fortius X I A j
BCHEOEDZS ST., JLL,
WHOLISALE 4KD RETAJT. T EaLZR IV
ALL KINDS OF
A FULL LINK OF
Grist and Flour Mills, Water Wheels, Wood Workmg
PBS WEEK can be nude in anr locality.
I Something entirely new for aeents. S5 out-
ntiree. u. w. irtuiLAtiAa a uu.. Boston, iiass
PAR LOB and CHAMBER SriTo. COY
KINS of all kinds on hand. No. R West
Trade street. Charlotte. North Carolina.
AueDSTA-Uui-t; middling lilts
dluig llMic; good ordinary lOVfec;
hlpments ; sale 9
Chablbstob Quiet; middling 12; low mld
d'lnz 1 like, mwt ordinary 1 ltsc. net receipts
602; gross 802 ie 25; 3,803;
sxpuru snaHtwtse 1,273 to Mrwti Britain ;
to continent ; to Franco ; to chan
Nkw Tokk Klrm; alrs 3(15; middMng up
lands 12 3-1 8c mirttiliig wleans 12 7-lc; con
solidated nt receipts I.H28; exports o breat
Britain R..; to France ; to continent
6.24D; to channel 2,255.
LiVKKTOOi, Soon Ftetrty; middling uplands
6Xii; middling Orleans tiiS lBJ; sale 14,000;
speculation and exports 2 100 receipts fi;
Amert-nn Uplands low middling eluu.v
June delivery 47-ri-kl; June and JulyK47-o4d;
July and August H 4S H4d; suguMt and Septmbr
: Sepfet'ber and October rJ48fltd-
47 r4dt?rt 4rt tUrt: October aud November :
November and Lece tuber ; December and
January . Kmures quiet and steady.
1 ivxRpnoi. RP.II Hales of A me r lean cotton
8.700 baiftt. Up'aiMbi low nildnlln clause: June
delivery 6 48 84d, aso t 4ft 4 1; Tune and July
0 4K 64d, also nlso fi 4W-44d; July and Augu
rj 49-84d, abo 6 50 rV4d; August and September
8f2-!J4d: September and Hctober 8 48 64d; Oc
tober and hovemoer ; Novemoer ana ue-
cember ; December and January ; Jan
uary and February . Futures dosed
Nxw York Net receipts : gross 50
Futures closed barely steaay; sales 83.000 bales.
July 12 2ra.OO
August I2 8a.37
October .- 11.829-64
November 11.459 46
February 11.7 1 3.73
Marsh 11833 85
gxngs ku& ptcdititics.
FRESH MINERAL WATER
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received, at
DrJ.U.McAdens Draff Store
g AHA TOG A "yiCHY.
From Saratoga Springs. K. Y. A new water re
sembling the Imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid; cuivs dyspopla, aids diges
tion, Is a powerful tonic and strong
Batten Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and in all forms of dyspepsls.
g CASES COMUKESS WATER,
JQ CASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
1 A CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
npHTs a'tractlve summer resort will be opened for the reception of visitors on the l st
day t'f 'line.
The beauty of the scenery and the curative DroDerties of the water are well known Coaches u-rt
trains on the Western Noith Carolina Katlroad at Moraranton. Dallv mall and exDress. Board Lr noiiili
820 and $25. Address JOHN H. PEARSON. Proprietor,
mayiu eod m Ulenn Alpine Sjmrus.
Hnnyadi Janos Waters.
Governments - strong and higher.
New 6's . -
Four and a half per cents,.
Four per cents,
State bonds Inactive.
Bub-tieasury balances Gold..
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
A Boat Capsizes and Drowns Six Boys.
New Orleans, June 19. Yesterday,
John Kin?, watchman of the U. b.
dredge Boat Essayors. went out sailing
upon the river, taking in the boat with
him 10 boys, sons of well to do citizens
of Algiers. While returning home
ward, the boat capsized and six of the
boys were drowned. Thos. McCor-
raack, 16: Geo. McCormack, 14: Willie
Shovey, 14 : Merry Megget, 14; Daniel
Kelly, 14; Chas. Duplesseys, 13.
Judge Lynch Makes Another Example.
NAsnviLLE, Tenn., June 19, llpnry
Haddleston, col., was lynched at Win
chester last night, for outrageously as
saulting a widow named Vaughn.
Writ of Habeas Corpus Refused.
, Washington. June 19.- Justice Brad
ley of tbe U.S. Supreme Court to whom
Gmteau s counsel applied for Writ of
Habeas Corpus, to-day filed a denial of
the application with the clerk of the
Court. Justice Bradley holds that the
Court of the district of Columbia had
full jurisdiction of the case and that no
reasons exist for the granting of the
.. ... -
Washington, June 19. Middle At
lantic rain followed by cooler, fair
weather, northwest to south we it
winds and higher barometer.
South Atlantic and East Gulf local
rains, partly cloudy, slightly cooler
weather, variable winds mostly from
north to west, higher barometer.
A ltycly Jlay Day ia lw orlean.
On Tuesday (always Tuesday;, May Oth, the
144th Grand Monthly DlstribotU n of tbe Louts
Ian t btate Lottery occurred. Gen'lsQ T. Beaure
ard. of Louisiana, and Jubal A. Early, of Virginia,
bad as nsuat the entire charge. The turning ol
Fortune's wheel spilled out promiscuously 8110,
400 Heieafter the monthly distribution wl 1 be
S2rU 600, on an enlarged scheme with tickets at
$5 - the relative value of the $ I to : th prizes be
ing undisturbed, and fifths sold with a capital
pr i of S75.0C0. The first capital prize, 830 000
was drawn by ticket No. 19. 102. . held by John
weger, the Postmaster at Xasota. Minn. The
second capital f 10.000, was drawn by No. 94.888,
held by Charles Nelson, cor. lfith street and Ave.
It Galveston, Texas. Tbe third espltal, 35.000,
was sold In halves to ticket No 47.969. The two
(2) lonrth capital prizes of $2 KoO each were
drawn by No. 84,726 and Nov 10.82 A The next
drawing, un a scneroe more tbn doubly enlarged
tsks p ace en Tuesday always Tuesdai) July
1 1th. and for further information.' apply to M. A.
Dauphin, New Orleans, Ls. v-
The ui.bappy wife who .suffers from the peta
lenee snd til humor of a nervous husband; should
film, iiu mk1 Miirt In hMr MfimlnlnS to ihjt COUTt.
V4- '. -r . , ltn Hi. yla-
W remove tnas nervousness tj v"- -,
fmdant with Pf. Benson's Celery ana cnamomue
ruis. 1:, -
Wko is Mrs. Wuulew T
As this Question is frequently asked, we will sim
ply say that she Is a lady who for upwards of for
ty years, has untiringly devoted her time and tal
ents as a Female Physician and nurse, principally
among children. Bhe has especially studied the
constitution and wants of this numerous class,
and, as a result of this effort, and practical knowl
edge, obtained in a lifetime spent as nurse and
physician, she has compounded a Soothing Syrup,
for children teething. It operates like magic
giving rest and health, and is moreover, sure to
regulate the bowels, in consequence of this ar
ticle, Mrs. Wlnslow Is becoming world-renowned
as a benefactor of her race; children certainly do
rise up ana Diess ner; especially is this the ease
in this city. Vast quantities of the Soothing Syrup
are dally sold and used here. We think Mrs.
Wlnslow has immorrallzed her name bv this in
valuable article, and we sincerely believe thous
ands of children have been saved from an early
grave by its timely use, and that millions yet mi
nora win snare its benefits, and unite in calling
her blessed, No mother has discharged her duty
to her suffering little one, in our opinion, until she
has given it the benefit ol sirs. Wlnslow's Soothing
Syrup. Try it, mothers try It now. Ladles' Visi
tor. Mew York City. Sold by all druggists. 25
cents a bottle.
Stocks Opened strong and closed weak;
Alabama Class A. 2 to ft
Ahiiama Class A, small
Alaliama Class B, fi's
Alabama -Class C, 4's.
Chicago and Northwestern
Chicago and Northwestern preferred,
Kast Tennessee -
Georgia. - -
Lake Shore . .
Louisville and Nashville ...
Memphis and Charleston
Nashville and Chattanooga
New York Central.
Richmond and Allegheny
BichroODd and Danville .
South Carolina Brown Consols, . ....
Wabash, Si. Louis ft Paetfie.
Wabash, St. Louis Sc. Pacific preferr'd
THX BIST NATURAL APXRDENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Dos r A wine glass foil before breakfast.
The Lancet "Hunyadl Janos. Baron Lieblg af
firms that Its names in aperient salts surpasses
that of all other Known waters."
m BriUth Afedicai Journal "Hnnyadi Janos.
The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
Pro. Vrrcho, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
ITcf. Bamberger, Vienna "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prqf. BeantoKt, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander BrunUm, M. D., T. & B., London.
-"More pleasant than Its rivals, and surpasses
them in efficacy."
Prqf. AtXen, jr. D., T. B. 8., Boyal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pullna and Fried
Statesville, IST. C,
CITY COTTON M ARKTCT.
Omcx or Thi Obskrvxh, I
CHAKUornt. Jane 20. 1882. 1
Tbe market yesterday closed steady at tbe fol
flood Middling. 12
Strictly middling 1 1
Strict low middling. 11
ixrw middling. , 11 8
Tinges , - 1010
Storm cotton o&lVt
Sales yesterday 10 bales.
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist
North Try on St.. CHABLOTTB, N. a
DONT GO TO SARATOGA
When yon can get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as when it nows 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 DSN,
Druggist and Chemist.
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night
Scattering' Foriuii'a Favors.
Fortune mar be easily wooed rnd won bv dut-
chasing a ticket In the next drawing of the Com-
monweaiin lusinoiHion tympany, wnicn wiu De
held Jui.e 30th, at Loaisvllle; Ky under the
auspices of prominent citizens. The drawings are
fair, the scheme popular. Purchase your tickets
at nce. Whole tickets 2, halves Si. Address
B. M. Boardroan, Louisville, Ky.
i - 1
Death to Parasite,
Which hide between the gums and teeth, and eat
Into them to their destiuctlon. SOZODONT is
master of the situation. Whoever uses It regular
ly after every meal, and cleanses his teeth and
mouth, will i con be rid of the parasites.
8 8. PAfiKKR, Wellington, O.. says- "While
cro sing Lake Erie, I gave it to some fellow pas
sengers who were seasick, and It gave immediate
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE "
of tne twt on generation. It to for tha
Cnrtt of tnia dflea and its attendants,
fcTfrg-tniADAcHfi. EILlOgSJESS, pf
EPSIA. CQgBTlPAllUJrf. PILES, eto.. tSt
uri"g PILLS hare fnft1 a world-wide
Smmiatlon. Mo Xtemady aaa ever been
discovered thai acta eo f enuy onSe
digestive organs, giving them vigor to
iiSiUte food. As a natural result,' the
ervona System is braoed. the Mnaoles
are Developed,, and the Body Atopnrt.
OLD POINT COMFORT,
BitiintAri 1 nn varda from Fort Monroe. Open all
the year. Equal to any hotel in the O. 8. Sur
mtnuiincra nnsurnassed. Bathing, boating, fishing
and driving specially attractive. Pre-eminently a
resort for southern people. Terms less for equal
aocommodations than any resort in the country.
mimiuA frea from Malaria: and tor Insomnia truly
wonderful In Its sODorific effect fend for circular
describing hyglenle advantages, etc.
may 1 8 3 m HABRLSON PHOK BUS. Prop'r.
Alexandria, Va., August 4, 1881.
H. H. Warner & Co.: Sirs I have used vour
Safe Kidney and Liver Core in my practice as a
physician, ana la every case I find it works like a
charm. Bey. B. F. Porter.
'My Tormented Back
is tbe exclamation of more than one poor hard
working man and woman. Do you know why It
acnes r 11 is because your kidneys are overtask
ed and need strengthening, and your system needs
to be cleansed I bad humors. Kidney-Wort is
the medicine you need, "it acts like a charm."'
says a wen known physician. "1 never anew 11 to
falL". Linnid or dry sold by druggists. Boston
The term hydra may be used to represent any ,
manifold evil. If you would battle successfully
with ihH many-beaded monster or disease youjwUl
find It expedient to keep Mrs. Plnkharn'p Vegeta
ble Compound always at hand. Dr Banmngi
ICv elaataSoa la in a malarial dietrlot. For
HTwSrMri X oonld bo make half a cropoa
o count of biuoTM -"SSitr; iT75 -
iNitr divoooimged vhtn I begaa the aa or
my labor ra soon became kfjr androoual,
ajid I have bad xw farther fcoubl m
f ' II V -J ' '- ,
YORK RIVER LINE,
TO BALTIMOBH and ALL POINTS NOBTH
Dally except Sunday.
Wote tbe reduced first-class rates to
L T I M ORE
30,O00 f or 3. :
30.000 for '
$15 000 for SI ; S1B.000 for SI. Numerous
other prizes snerea m u grand scheme ot the
Commonwealth Distribution Company which will
be drawn in Louisville, Ky., June 80ta. Bend S3
for a ticket It may be your turn for a fortune.
Address B. M. Boaidman, Louisville, Ky.
mbu the bowcUte MtemOly, wiifc.
OaATEAraor yrBoanaaetuanq m
Biox oy a single .appUcatiwoTis
mparts a natnrml color, ndcu instant
8.20 p m
3.55 p m
4.40 p m
fare S 3 70
fare 6 70
fare 7 90
fare , 14.30
XJSI THE STiiTE,
OPT THE iriOST FAVORABLE TERMS AND I!V COxTIPETIXlOKI WITH ANT
JOBBERS IN THE COUNTRY. THEY WILL. BE GLAD TO
QUOTE PRICES TO THE TRADE.
AMERICA STILL FURTHER AHEAD!
rTHE BEST THREAD foRSEYflNG MACHINES'
Six M Soft M SdoqI Coll.
Awarded all the Honors at the
International Cotton Exposition, 1881,
"TEE BEST THREAD for
MACHINE and HAND SEWING P
Two Gold Medals and the Grand Prize.
For . Sale to the .Trade by ,
J. Roessler & Co., Charlotte, N. C.
. lm tmrts
Sold by I
' Oftioo, SB
, Arriving at Baltlmo e, 7.30 a. m., connecting
Kith the morning trains for Philadelphia and
w York i ? ' t
: By this line the opp rlunlty is given of spending
a few hours pleasantly In . Richmond before de
parture oi trains ror wesvroinu - i m,va t
- For further into, nation apply to agents at the
:abownamed.polnta,i;, ; ;,; A. FOPJSr. . ,
- fianfl taaa Isant
t jag umtfmSiti t
RSfiil lA'iti4 m fTrt; "iJ a TH fit'-
' JP-Kre Proof I eft "-i
the best of makes. " Cue -smail.
one medium and one large. . Ap
al II it I it hVtutrnetJn.i aadmadv reference. Sold
11UI1B wui uuw m us iwwurw
by matt er C O. IV at .Publishing
arm axDensp.' Arenis now waniea
Must aDDiv aarlv. for territorr la be
ing wpldly assigned.; jPiospectus
m laaoivtk r UDuaainu tAisrn i. .
T'.JunlB it.- .?i 20 ph rth Seventh Street, Phlla. J-
HUGH W. IIARllIS,
ATTOBNET AT LAW.
Office on Trade street, nearly opposite Court Boose,
CHARLOTTE, . C.
ma)2 dawtt ' '
L '-JftKFaancaj 1 st Katlenal Bank, Charlotte, N. O.
Balelgh Kanonai BanK. uaieign. . a, moo. w. r.
Bynum, ex Jndge Supremo court Korth Carolina.
IE MOST ELEGANT
BAR AflO BILLIA RD
TJTIB IN CHARLOTTE
Hai Just been opened mxt door helew ibe Cejjjwj
Hotel Build ng. on Tryon si reel wbeie ibe P,e
WLNKa and LIQUOBd can aiaays be founa.
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