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DAILY C H A S t (3 'T T E O B S E R V E & i W E DN E S D A JUNE Sf, 1.88 2.
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CIIAS. R. JONES, Editor and Prop'tor.
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1882.
excited over the swill
Greensboro is coming to the front wit h
big cabbage heads.
Henry Irving, the great English actor
will visit this country in August on a
trip of recreation.
Maj. John W. Daniel's name is com
ing to the front in Virginia as a candi
date for congressman-at-large.
The wheat crop of Tennessee now
about harvested, is the best that State
has had in ten years.
The mob which made such a savage
assault upon the European residents of
Alexandria, Egypt, seem to have been
inspired by religious fanaticism fanned
into fever heat by leaders. It seems to
have been quite a sudden outbreak so
sudden as to take the European resi
dents by surprise, and many of them
consequently became easy victims to
their assailants, who murdered and
pillaged them almost unresisted.
This attack and the ferocity with
which it was conducted shows that the
hatred of the believer in the Koran for
the "Christian dog" is quite as strong
now as it was centuries ago, when to
slay Christians was considered a cardi
nal virtue. What it is going to result
in it is difficult yet to tell, but it seems
there is to be a conference of soraja of
the European powers to consult upon
the situation and take such action as
mav be necessary. In the meantime
The army worm is winding up opera- tne English government is strengthen-
tlons in Ohio, Kentucky, and tnere
abouts, and is tramping southward.
Alexander H. Stephens is somewhat
aged, andjaot very robust physically ; so
much so one way and so little so the
other that the opponents of his renomi
nation say he couldn't fill the bill for
governor, ssxa ne nas uuue uuo mm
ing her fleet in Egyptian waters with a
view to enforcing whatever decision
may be made. Severe retribution should
be exacted from the blood-thirsty butch
ers of unarmed and defenceless people.
The announcement is made by Mr.
John W. Garrett, the president of the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company.
he has supplied the editors down there that another Atlantic cable will be laid
with more ammunition to pop away at to Europe to connect with the Balti
each other than any other sovereign
that ever "toted his own skillet"
ThA Phiiftdfllnhia Record says a ru
mor is afloat that Mr. Dallas Saunders,
a well-known Democrat, of that city,
has gone over to the Republican party.
Mr. Saunders recently assisted In the
prosecution of the South Carolina elec
tion officers before Judge Bona, ior
which service, it is said, he received
87,f00, although all the efforts to con
vict were unsuccessful.
Oar Washington correspondent says
that advices received in that city indi
cate that Judee Bennett will be the
unanimous nominee of the Democratic
party in this State for congressman-at-large.
As far as any public declaration
of sentiment has been made thus far it
is that way. It seems to be universally
recognized that he is the man for the
time and the place.
The Atlanta Post-Appeal reminds
President Arthur that "if there is to be
an anti-Democratic sentiment made to
prevail in Georgia the germs for it
must be engendered by the President
thrnnch the Federal patronage. This
statement doet not carry with it the
implication that any particular class of
the people of Georgia are to be influ
enced by public patronage any more
than another, or those of any other
State. They are all the same, the world
over. It is simply a question af busi
ness with all but those who are blindly
prejudiced." Now after this plaintive
appeal let Mr. Arthur come along with
his patronage, if he would burst up the
Democratic party in Georgia.
more and Ohio Railroad telegraph sys
A "check for $16 " to stamp out the
Bourbon Democracy, is all the Republi
can Congressional committee asks at
nresent from federal office holders of
UNDER THE SNOW.
Finding the Remains of the Perished
NkwYork. June 20. The Herald
has the following particulars of the
J! M T -T nnffn A ftoif .
villA rfwiehed the neighborhood where
Ninderman and Nora left DeLong he
found the wreck of a scow ana soon
came upon rifles supported by four
sticks. Digging near these sticks they
found two bodies under 8 feet of snow
Exnlorine further Melville found s
tent and camp kettle and the remains
of five men and approaching nearly
stumbled upon DeLong's hand sticking
out of the snow. About 30 feet from
the edge of the bank under about a
foot of snow thev found the bodies of
DeLonsrand Ambler, about three feet
arart and Ah Sem lying at their feet,
partially covered by pieces of tent and
a few bieces of blanket. All the oth
ers, except Alixia, they found at the
place where tne tent was pncnea. ijee
and Kerb were close by in a cleft in the
bank toward the west. None of the
dead had on boots. Their feet were
covered with rags tied on. In the pock
ets of all were pieces of burnt skiu
clothing, which they had been eating.
The hands of all were more or less
burned, and it looked as if when dying
they had crawled into the fire, Boyd
lying over the fire and his clothing be
ing burned through to the skin, which
was not burned. Collins' face was cov
ered with a cloth. All the bodies were
carried to the top of a hill thirty feet
high, about forty versts to the south
west, from where they were found and
there interred in a mausoleum con
structed of wood from the scow, built
in the form of a pyramid, twenty-two
feet long and seven higu, surmounted
IN THE CAPITOL.
THE NATIONAL BANK CHARTERS
IN THE SENATE.
The Qepublican party of this State is
a partv of false pretense, and is to-day
carrying out the very same game it has I by a cross twenty-two feet in height and
0ff-mntrf t. vftrv election that has one foot square, hewn out of drift
wood and conspicuous at a distance or
attempted at every election that has
taken place in the State since that par
ty was overthrown by the people, be
came a minority party, and combina
tions to help it back into power became
a necessity with it When by the
agency of prescriptive laws, and dis
franchising statutes they held the reins
of government and ran riot over this
and other Southern States, there was
no talk of liberalism, for then they had
it all their own way, and liberalism
could render them no service. But
when for their gross abuse of the power
they held, and the general rule of de
moralization and debauchery they in
stituted and practiced, they were driven
from power they began to cast about
them for alliances offensive and de
fensive, and whenever one man or a
number of men were found willing
under any circumstances to array them
selves against the Democratic party,
the hand of fellowship was promptly
offered, and all the aid and encourage
ment possible given either clandestine
ly or openly as was deemed mostW
PAYING THE MAIL CONTRACTORS
The House Begins With a Bill to Or
ganize "Hell in the TJ. S.," Offered as
a Snbstitnte to the Senate Bill on
Presidential Succession, Which is
Washington, June 20. Senate.
On motion of Maxey the House amend-
mends to the bill ior an examination
and report upon the claims of Texas,
California, Oregon and other States,
with certain territories, for the indebt
edness assumed in repelling invasion
and suppressing Indian hostilities, were
A bill appropriating $300,000 for be
ginning the erection of an addition to
the Presidential mansion, l'assed.
The credentials of Anthony, as Sena
tor from Rhode Island for the fith
term, were presented with complimen
tary remarks by the president pro tern.,
The Senate resumed the consideration
of the House bill to enable the National
banks to extend their corporate exis
tence. The Senate at 3:50 p. m., without ac
tion on the bill, went into executive ses
sion, and when the doors were reopen
The Senate confirmed the nomina
tions for members of the-tariff commis
sion as published. The final vote on
the question of confirmation was 31
yeas against 21 nays. Four or five
Democrats voted with the body of the
Republicans in the affirmative, aud one
Republican, Van Wyck, voted in the
The executive session lasted an hour
and three quarters.
House. In accordance with the un
derstanding arrived at yesterday, the
House immediately proceeded to vote
on the Senate bill authorizing the Sec
retary of the Treasury to examine and
report to Congress the amount of all
claims of the States of Texas, Colorado,
Oregon, Nebraska, California, Kansas
and Nevada, and the territories . of
Washington idaho, an account of mon
ey expended and indebtedness incurred
in the repelling invasion and suppress
ing Indian hostilities. It was passed,
yeas 154, nays 30.
Youne. of Ohio, introduced a bill
amending the law relating to internal
It provides for a tax of 50 cents a gal
Ion on spirits and 80 cents a barrel on
Updegraff, of Iowa, chairman of the
committee on the law respecting the
election of President and vice-Presi
dent, reported a bill to fix a day for the
meeting of electors for President and
Vice-President and to provide for and
regulate the counting of votes and to
decide questions arising thereon as a
substitute for the Senate bill on the
same subject matter. Updegraff de
scribed the bill as a compromise bill. It
did not represent the views of any
member of the committee, but was the
best that could be presented. He stated
that the bill provided that the candi
date who was declared not elected
might proceed against his competitor
by an action in the nature of a quo
warranto, but could not proceed against
him by injunction.
Hammond, of Georgia, opposed the
bill as being ludicrous and dangerous,
and insisted that it ought to be entitled
a bill to organize "Hell in the United
States." Under the bill a person de
clared elected by Congress might enter
upon the duties of his office and then be
ordered out by an order from a circuit
After a lung debate the committee's
substitute was rejected yeas 93, nays
The question then recurred upon the
Senate bill, but the House refused to
order it to a third reading, and it was
recommitted to the committee on the
law respecting the election of President
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
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JUNJK 20, 1882
WmmTOTOW SDlilts Turoentlne firm, at 43c
Rosin steady, $1.52ft for strained; $1.60 for good
strained. Tar firm, at 82 80. Ciude Turpentine
steady, at $l.f0 tor hard; 82.75 lor yellow dips
82.76 for virgin.
Baltimore noon Flour dull and uncharged:
Howard street and Western suDer S8 25S&4.DO:
extra $425$r 50; family 85.75S87.00; ttiy
anus, super vi oasm.W; extra 8-l.25tr87.55;
hio Drands 87 25z$7.37. Wheat Southern
nominal in trie absence of receipts; Western
higher and dull; Southern red 81 .3081.83; am
ber 81.88S1.42; No. I Maryland ; No 2
Western winter red soot. 81.37iAa81 38Vs.
Corn Southern lower; Western a shade better
and dull; Southern white 85; Southern yellow 86
Balttmobb night- Oats, dull and steady:
Soutnern 62 Bo; Western walte 64965; mlxea
bltxod; Fennsyivania 61 65. Provisions un
changed and firm; mess pork, 820.75822.25.
aula meats -shoulders and clear rib sides, i-ack-ed
IQVsQil bl&. Bacon -shoulders 1114; clear rib
sides 14; hams I5iffl6. Lard refined 13
Coffee quiet; Hlo cargoes rdluary to lair 8
9. Smear-steady; A. sort 9. Whiskey steady,
at 81.20. Freights unchanged.
Chicago -Flour dull and unchanged, Wheat
dull and a shade higher; No. 2 Chicago spring
81 SlVfefor cash; 81-32 for June; 81.8a for July;
No 3 Chicago spring 81 02; Regular ecuve and
higher, at $1.14$1.14 for July. Corn-ao
ttve, firm and higher, at 10Vtl(M for cash;
lOVt for June; 7 lVs for July. Oats fairly active
and a shade higher, at 51 Vk tor cash; 5146 for
June; 45 for July. Pork easier, at 820.75
820.80 for cash; 820.75 for June and July. Lard
fair demand and prices lower, at 811.45 for
cash and June; $1 l.45SU.47Vk for Jul. Bulk
meats in fair demand; shoulders SV.25; short
ribs 812 15; short clear $12 75. Whiskey quiet,
Galveston Firm ; middling llc; low mid
dling 1146c: good ordinary 11c; net receipts
12; gross 12; sales 139; . stocx 7.S4Z; ex
ports coastwise ; to Great Britain ; to
continent ; to France ; to channel
Norfolk- Quiet; middling 12c; net receipts
428; gross 428; stock 6,537; exports coast
wise 529; saies 116; exports to Great Britain
; to continent .
Balttmoki Steady, middling 12ic, low mid
dling 11; goed ordinary 10c; net receipt ;
gross 743: sales 800, stock 22 215; exports
coastwise ; spinners 100; exports to ttreat
Britain ; to continent .
BOSTON-Qulet. middling 12c; low middling
12c; good ordinary lUfec; net receipts 600;
gross 549; sales ; stock 8 850; exports to
Great Britain 1,123; to France .
Wilmington Steady; middling l me; low mid
dlingjl 5-lr)c: good ordinary 10 7 16c: receipts
843; gross 343; sales' ; stock 928; exports
rOisrwise ; to Great Britain ; to
Phtxadklpbia DaH;. middling 12Vgc low
middling 12c; good ordinary lie: reonints net
6; gross 218; sales - ; Mork 11,843; ex
ports Great Britain ; to continent .
Savanhah Steady; middling llte; low mid
dling 11 Vic; good ordinary 10&c; net receipt
1,020; gross 1,020; sales 600; stock 6,075;
exports coastwise : to Great Britain ;
to France ; to continent . ;
Nxw Oblxans -Steady; middling 121c; low
mlduhng 11H4C: good ordinary lH4c; net receipts
738; gross 1,380; sales 2,800; stock 73,435:
exports to Great Britain ; to France 7.020;
coastwise ; to continent ; to chan
MoBiLi-Flrm; middling 12c; low middling
llc; good ordinary lie; net receipts ;
irro8s . sales 50; stock 3 404: exports
coast ; France ; to Great Britain ;
to continent .
Memphis-Firm ; middling 12c; low mid
dling 115fec; good ordinary lOtyc. net receipts
45; gross 72; shipments : sales ;
Augusta (J li t; middling llc; low mid
dling IllAc; good ordinary 104c: rlDu 3;
shipments ; saies 29
Charleston- Quiet: umlrtllng 12: o mld-
d.lrm UVfec: (0i "rdluarj 1IUC. net receipts
1,408; uros 1.408 salt 25; stock 7,881;
exports ooastwloe 330; to ret Britain ;
to continent ; to France ; to chan
Nxw York Finn; aitjb 2 464; mMdlin up
lands 12 3-l0c. middling nneans 12 7-l6c; con
solidated net receipts 4,224; exports io Ureal
Britain 1,112; to France ; to continent
; to channel .
Livkbpool. Noon Firmer; middling uplands
rtd; middling Orleans H -5-Hid: sales 14,000;
speculation and exports 3 000. receli 11,000;
American 3.150 Uplands low middling clause;
June delivery 6 49-H4d; June and July6 49 4d;
Jul and Aiumst 6 50 K4d; August and September
B 52 4dr?fl 53 64d; September and Oetober
6 47 6td; Ociobt-r and November 6 33-64d;
November and December ; December and
January . Futures firm.
Liverpool 5 P. M sales of American cotton
9,300 bales. Uplands low middling clause: June
delivery : June and July : July
and August ; AUgusi ana ssepiemoer
6 52-84d: September and October 6 48 64d; Oc
tober and November 6 82-64d; November and
December; December and January ; Jan
uary and February -. Futures closed
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Whlcn Is now fall and complete. We keep the best Goods made, witf sell them at the lowest possible prices and guarantee satisfaction to all nmoha,
Our stock Embraces a full line of Goods of all grades, and of various styles and prices, being well adapted to the wants of both the city and count f.f8-
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GINGEB. BUCHD. MaNDRKK. and many of
the best medicines known are here combined Into
a medicine of sucn varied powers as to make it
the greatest Blood Purine r and the
Best Health and Strength Restorer
Cures Complaints of Women and diseases of th
Stomach, Bowels, Lungs, Liver and Kidneys, and
is entirely different from Bitters, Ginger Fssences
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. . ' "
f ha the Pubac cannot Perceive the Difference.
A beautiful stock of
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Something entirely new for agents. S5 out
fit free. G. W. INGBAHAM A CO., Boston, Mass
grugs and piediciues.
FRESH MINERAL WATER
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Just Becelved, at
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Trade street, Charlotte. Kortli Carolina.
How the Payments Are to be Made.
Washington, June 19. The joint
resolution which passed the Senate to
day reappropriating $375,000 appropri
ated in 1876 to pay certain Southern
mail contractors, authorizes the secre
tary of the treasury at once to pay to
the late contractors of the States of
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia,
Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi. Mis
souri, North Carolina, South Carolina,
Texas, Tennessee, Virginia and West
Virginia, the amounts due on their re
spective contracts for the years 1859,
1860 and 1861, with a proviso that no
payment shall be made for the mail
service rendered after May 31st, 1861, or
after the legislature of any State or
State's convention bad passed the so
called ordinance of secession. The reso
lution also prohibits the payment to
these contractors of one month's extra
compensation usually allowed in cases
where the mail service is discontinued
by order of the government
Whenever it was impossible to elect
their own candidates they inyarUbly
cast their strength for the independent,
candidate, thus hoping by indirection
to do what they had not the strength
to do directly.
It will be remembered that a secret
society, which it was pretended was
non-partisan, was organized some years
ago, and Mr. John Pool, then United
States Senator, became one of the lead
ing lights of the "Sons of Toil." The
object of this organization was to play
upon the working classes and array
them against the Democracy. But that
didn't pan oat well. It fell through
and John Pool in due course of time
was retired to the shades of private life
to pursue his experiments on his self
adjusting, automatic patent gate.
When the Greenback party in all its
primitive simplicity appeared in its
swaddling clothes, under the motherly
nursing of Col. John B. Winston, and
others, the Republican bottle holders
hurried to it, all eager to cherish the
weakling, and wherever the nurses
went with , the little thing there too
the Republican bottle holders gathered
around to see that it wanted for noth
ing nor sustained any injury. So soli
citous were they for it that even reve
nue clerks and deputy marshals were
delegated as assistant nurses. But not
withstanding all their care, the bantling
died, and its sad progenitor is now en
gaged, with the assistance of a man
from Illinois in trying to resuscitate it.
The friendly aid of the Republicans
can be counted on in the work of re
The last dodge is the paternal interest
they have taken in the "liberal" move
ment, by means of which they hope to
accomplish; what they failed to accom
plish by previous combinations. At
heart they have not the slightest good
will for the liberal movement, nor'
friendship for the men who are co.
operating with them in it All their
pretenses in It are false pretenses, and
. . should they . succeed In their schemes
,v the disguise will be thrown off and ho
bwad ot liberal party
U uk platforms orfewriattons. I :
. iif a 6ld trie under new name.
,W UO BO. ,- . - T f"
hellbiMaliam thrvl tf V":
THE TROUBUE IN EGYPT AFFEC
TING ENGLISH COTTON MILLS.
Thousands of Christians Fleeing From
the Land of the Pyramids.
London, June 20. As a very large
amount of the British import trade
from Egypt is in cotton, the stoppage of
business there will be keenly felt in
Lancashire, especially at Balton, where
many mills are using this cotton exclu
sively. The Lord Mayor has received a tele
gram from Dr. Mackie, consular surge
on at Alexandria, stating that thous
ands of poor christian families are flee
ing from Egypt. He says they are leav
ing all their possessions and will be
destitute, and asks Lord Mayor to or
ganize a fund for their relief.
Wbo is Mrs. Wlnslow ?
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. She 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
Dhrslcian. 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 and bless her; especially Is this the case
in this city. Vast quantities of the Soothing Sy
are da I It sold and used here. We thins
Wlnslow has immortalized her name by this in
valuable article, and we sincerely believe thous
ands of children have been saved from an early
erave by Its timely use. and that millions yet un
born will share 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 of Mrs. Wlnslow'B Soothing
Syrup. Try It, mothers try it now. Ladies' Visi
tor. New York City. Sold by all druggists. 25
cents a bottle.
Malaria, Chills and Fever, and Bilious attacks
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an infallible remedy; never fail to cure the
most obstinate, long-standing cases, causing no
griping or purging: they are mild and efficient,
certain in their action and harmless in all cases;
they effectually cleanse the sjstem. and give new
life and tone to the body. Asa household reme
dy they are unequaled. For Liver Complaint their
equal is not known; one box will have a wonder
ful effect on the worst case. They are used and
prescribed by Phi slclans, and sold by Druggists
everywhere, 25 and 60 cent boxes. Emory's Lit
tle Catharic Pills, best ever made, only 1 5 cents.
Standard Cure Co., 114 Nassau street, New York.
Nkw York Net receipts 108: gross 3,491
Futures closed easy; sales 70.000 bales.
July 12 283.
August 12 3334
September - If0'
October..' U R7S.68
November 11.42 43
December 44 .44
March... 11.793 81
DrJIMcAdens Dm Store
From Saratoga Springs. N. Y. A new water re
sembling i he Imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid; cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful w tonic and strong
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Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsia.
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
Q CASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
jQ CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
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IMPORTED AP0LL1N ARIS
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Scattering' Fortune's Farors.
Fortune may be easily wooed end won by pur
chasing a ticket In the next drawing of the Com
monwealth Distribution Company, which will be
held June 80th, at Louisville, Ky.. under tne
auspices of prominent citizens. The drawings are
fair, the scheme popular. Purchase your tickets
at once. Whole tickets 82,, halves $1. Address
R. M. Boardman, Louisville, Ky.
Four and a half per cents,
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Bute bonds inactive
Sub-treasury balances Gold..
" i Currency--.
Stocks Weak and lower:
AlAhiuna Class A. 2 to fi
Alal ama Class A, small
Alal tama Class B. 6's
Alabama -Class C. 4's
Chicago and Northwestern
Chicago and Northwestern preferred,
East Tennessee. v.
Illinois Central. , ...
Louisville and Nartrtlle n .
Memphis and Charleston
Nashville and Chattanooga
New York Central.
Richmond and Allegheny
Richmond and Danville
South Carolina Brown Consols,
Wabash, St. Loan paeina.
Wabash, St Louis & pacific preferr'd
CITY COTTON MARKET.
THE GREAT EDROPE&N NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Don: A wine glass lull before breakfast.
The Lancet "TLxmjb dl Janos, Baron Llebig af
firms that its richness in aperient salts surpasses
that of ail other known waters."
The British Medical Journal "Hunyadl Janos.
The most agreeable, safost, and most efficacious
ifrqA ruvAote, Benin. "invanaoiy gooa ana
prompt success; most valuable."
Pro. Bamberger, Vienna. "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. 8oanomi, Wur&zburg. i prescribe none
Prof. Leather Brunton, M. D., F. B. 8., London.
"Mre pleasant than Its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy-"
Prof. Aiken, M. D., P. R. 8., Royal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pulina and Fried-rlchshail."
THIS a'tractlve summer resort will be opened for the reception of visitors on the 1st day of .lime.
The beauty of the scenery and the curative properties of the water are well known. CohcIh-s meet
trains on the Western North Carolina Railroad at Morganton. Dally mill and express. BobtcI ier month
820 and 825. Address JOHN H. PEARSON. Proprietor,
may 19 eod lm Glenn Alpine Springs.
States ville. 1ST. C,
OFFER TjBl Jg
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dlsiienslng Pharmacist.
North Tryon St.. CHARLOTTE. N.
Democratic Delegates in Caucus.
Nashville, Tenn., June 20. An in
formal caucus of delegates to the Demo
cratic State Convention was held at the
Masonic theatre last night and was
largely attended. Addresses were made
by U. & Senators Harris and Jackson,
ex-Governor. Marks, General John H.
Savage and Col. Arthur S. Colyer. The
general tenor of the speeches was in ad
vocacy of harmony and Democratic
Deatb to Parasites,
Which hide between the gums and teeth, and eat
Into them to their destruction. 8OZ0DONT Is
master of the situation. Whoever' uses it regular
ly after every meal, and cleanses his teeth and
mouth, will toon be rid ot the parasites.
S S. PARKER, Wellington, O.. says- "While
crossing Lake Erie, I gave It to some fellow pas
sengers who were seaick, and it gave immediate
Office of Tn Observer, l
Charlottk, June 21, 1882. (
' The market yesterday closed steady at the fol
Strictly middling,- 1 1
Strict low middling. . 118
. Low middling. 11 8-16
Storm cotton , rtr,. olVi
Sales yesterday 14 bale. i
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When von can eet water lust as fresh and spark
ling as when It Sows from the spring at Saratoga.
We receive this water In large block Un reservoirs
as empnea to oe renuea
J. H. MO A DEN,
Druggist and Chemist
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
which we return as soon
again every week.
and competent druggists, day or night
The Strike Among Freight Handlers
New York, June 20. The freight
handlers' strike is . spreading. This
morning a large body of them paraded
down West street to the battery. Later
in the day laborers in the Erie and
New York and New Haven freight
houses quit work and the warehouses
were closed. The business community
is groaning terribly under the business
stoppage caused by these strikers.
Dublin Petitions Against Ithe Repress
London, June 20. The Lord Mayor
of Dublin appeared ia the House of
Commons this afternoon in his official
robes and presented a petition of. the
corporation of Dublin against the re
pression bill. He attempted to make
a speech summarizing the petitions but
was called to order. Finally he merely
read the petitions.
Alexandria, Va., August 4, 1881.
H.H. Warner & Co.: Sirs -I have used your
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure in my practice as a
physician, and In every case I find it works like a
charm. Rer. B. F. Porter.
STIy Torinented pack."
is the exclamation of more than one poor hard
working man and woman. Do you know why It
aches? It is because yur kidneys are over task
ed and need strengthening, and your system needs
to be cleansed i f bad humors. Kidney-Wort is
the medicine you need. "It acts like a charm,"
says a well known physician, I never knew it to
fall " Liquid or dry sold by druggists. Boston
The term hydra may be used to represent any
manifold evil. If you would battle successfully
with thl many-headed monster of disease you will
find It expedient to keep Mrs. Plnkbam's Vegeta
ble Compound always at hand. Dr. Banning.
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$15 000 for SI; SIK.GOO for SI. Numerous
other prizes offered In the grand scheme of the
commonwealth Distribution Company which will
be drawn In Louisville, Ky., June 80th. Send $2
for a ticket It may be your turn for a fortune.
Address R. M. Boatdman, Louisville, Ky.
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Look for clean neat WHITB WRAPPKR with
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form of a ribbon gracefully curved Into the letter
Z embracing the emblems of our -trade, Spatula,
Mortar and Graduate wi h the words A. (j. SIM
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TABLE NO OTHER.
Beware of those who know nothing of Medical
Compounds who pu out nostrums known to sour,
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Climate free from Malaria; and for Insomnia truly
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Oons sent direct will be forwarded
pontics, and unites history, in
!nly by subscription ; but subscrlpr
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d; man or v. u. u. ai ruuiiuiu
HON. TTTOS. Co'a exnense. Agents now wanted.
Must apply early, for territory Is be-
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now ready. Address
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Junia tf 20 Ni rth Seventh Street, Phlla.
WAsmNGTCW, June 20, For the Mid
dle Atlantic States, fair weather, north
erly winds, shifting to east and south ;
rising followed by falling barometer ;
slight change in temperature,
For the South Atlantic States, fair
weather except local rains in the south
ern portion ; generally higher barome-
wsr; Biawonary or lower temperature
with northeast to soatheast winds,
1mmiui iriL m iuni we petq,
wee sad ill humor ot a nervous husband; siduM
wTrn,?8 ta her ""Plaint to theWrt,
"wm by presenting the del
-"uo"1 Q "'-Benson's Celery and Chamomile
B Jienniatic DIsei
These aliments follows from torpid liver and
08tive bowels; the skin, bowels and kidneys fail
ing In their proper wotk, an acrid poison it form
ed In the blood, which is the occasion of these
acuta diseases. Kidney-Wort produces healthy ac
tion of all secretive-organs, and throws eft the
rheumatlo poison. . Equally ; efficient in liquid or
dry form. inter-Ocean. " s i v .
A second hand Bicycle, but little used. ' Apply
Dealer in Hardware,
frauds have no reputation to sustain and will
cneax you for a few penneya every way ihey oah.
See Wbo Endorses tbo Genuine.
Hon. Alex H Stephens, J K l ? , ;
Rt Rev. JnK W. Beckwlth, Bishop oIGa., . : :
Gen. Jno B. Gordon, U. a fcenator I J
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J. Edgar Thompson,
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- Chief Justice Hiram Warnei1. bt X3a
LewialWundevt Assistant P M. Phlla., Pa., - -and
thousands of others from whom we have let
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over L. Berwanger
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Office heart from 8 a m. to 5 p. m
A WASHINGTON Hand Press and material lot
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International Cotton Exposition, 1881,
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PAR AND BILLIARD.. R 0
tJZR IN CHARtOTTtT' .
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uotei uuiia ngon i ryon sireei wuwij iy k-
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