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t A ILY CW'A0hQ.TT'& S R Y R : TUESiLXA Y , J tJE2t:4 i-8r8 2
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CHAS. R. JONES, Editor and Fropnor.
XimBXO AT THE POST-OTTK AlCSLASWm.
. C, AS MOD-C I B B. I
TUESDAY , JUNE 27, 1882.
There are said to be six million miles
of fence in the United States.
The bunko sharp who pulled the
wool over Charles Francis Adams' eyes
has been sentenced to the penitentiary
for five years.
If tornadoes continue to do business
as they have been doing lately in Iowa,
t.hfl nfionle will have to build their
houses under ground out there.
E. C. Ineersoll, the counsel for old
man Christiancy in his divorce suit has
become insane. A case like that would
make any lawyer crazy.
Oscar Wilde is in Texas. Now he has
a chance to take a turn with the cow-
hnva and realize the full measure of
Prof. W. J. Land, a chemist, of At
lanta, Ga., committed suicide Thursday
night. To make sure work, he took
uoison. severed an artery in an arm,
and shot himself in the head.
Robert Bonner, the proprietor of the
New York Ledger has invested $382,-
000 in fast horses since 1859. He keeps
them simply for his own gratification
and not for sporting purposes.
i i i i
It will not be difficult for the sov
ereigns of Maine to find a candidate for
governor to vote for this year as there
are four in the field, Republican, Demo
crat, Prohibitionist and Greenbacker.
The story going the rounds of the
prefas to effect that Blaine is worth sev
eral million dollars, reminds the New
York Sun that John Sherman has also
done some miraculous private specula
tions. Some of the Georgia people feel so
good over the big grain crop in that
State that they want the Governor to
appoint a day of thanksgiving. The
Augusta Chronicle suggests that in the
meantime thev can pray without a
The Georgia murderer, who was sen
tenced to be hanged on the 30th inst,
and petitioned the Governor to fix the
time on the 29th, because he did net
wish to be hanged on the same day that
Guiteau was, was rather particular.
If the anti-assessment-civil-service-
reform Republicans like Mr. Curtis
would have Congressman Hubbell ar
rested for the assessment programme
he is now running it would be a good
way to test the legality of that business,
and perhaps put a stop to it.
Twenty-five Apache prisoners, cap
tured by the Jesus and Maria bands in
Mexico, were taken out and shot at
Chihuahua on the 18th inst They be
haved with wonderful bravery, each
one meeting fate with remarkable cool
ness, and looking defiantly at their exe
Labor is very scarce in the Piedmont
region of Virginia, and but for the sub
stitution of labor-saving machinery it
would be impossible to secure the heavy
crop of wheat in that section now ready
for harvesting. Many colored men are
reported to have left for Pittsburg, Pa.,
where they find work in the manufac
turing establishments. Mahone's re
form movement does not seem to be
A little eight year old son of Mr. Geo.
W. Corbett, of Pender county, found
his way home last Friday, after having
been lost for five days in an unexplored
and almost impenetrable swamp, where
it spent that time without food or wa
ter. During these five days fruitless
search had been made in all directions
by the parents and a number of neigh
bors, and when the little fellow put in
an appearance they were about to hew
their way into this swamp where but
few feet had ever trod.
AN INCONSISTENT NOMINATION.
Col. Folk, the coalition nominee ffor
associate justice on the Supreme bench,
stated in an interview with the editor
of the Lenoir Topic, that he regarded
the prohibition question as settled, and
as not entering into the politics of the
State. He also admitted that be was
the draughtsman of the bill establish
ing the present system of county gov
ernment, and that he vigorously urged
its passage, because in his judgment he
believed it to be right, and still believed
it to be right On that question he had
nothing to recall.
The coalitionists evidently forgot the
colonels record and stultified then:'
selves amazingly when they nominated
for the leading position on the
State ticket, a man who was the author
of and still believes in the bill, opposi
uon to which constitutes one of the
main pianKsin their platform;
THEY "PTWITH PRIDE."
The Republican party in this country
is somewhat mixed on the subject of
prohibition. In the Western States it
is in a quandary, while in the New
England States, generally, it is solid for
prohibition. We commend the follow
ing, the 9th plank in the platform of the
Maine Republicans, to the prayerful
consideration of North Carolina Repub
"inat we reier with confidence and
pnae to tne general record of the Up,
publican party in, support of the policy
of the prohibition of the traffic in in
toxicatinz liauors. the wiadnm nA at.
ficiency of which legislation in promot
ing the moral and material interests nt
Maine have been demonstrated through
the practical annihilation of that traffic
in a large portion of the State: and -a
favor such legislation and such
ment of law as will secure to every por
tion of our territory freedom from that.
traffic. We farther recommend the sub
mission to tne people or the constitu
tlonai proniDicory amendment.
The Duelling Law. ,
' Reef. Whoever" shall challenge an
other to fight at sword, pistol, rapier, or
any other deadly weapon, or who shall
accent any - such J challenge, shall for
ftverv inch eff ense. on conviction there-
Kfit. ba denrivAd of the iriffht Of suffrage
and be disabled ; forever from holding
any office of honor, or profit in this State,
and shall be imprisoned In the peni ten
ten tlary'' for a term not exceeding two
years, at tne aiscreuoi? (9fwocouiv 4
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OUR WASHINGTON LETTER
THE VANCE COMMITTEE.
Interesting Developments The Whis
key 15H1---1 ersonai I'aragrapns ana
Changes in the Postal Service.
Washington, June 25. The Vance
committee is not allowing grass to grow
under its feet, much to the delight of
those who feared that, the committee
would not accomplish much. JSacn wee
two meetings are held, and while there
is trouble in securing witnesses, those
already secured and who have testified
have amply proved, even this early in
the day, that the investigation was sad
ly needed and that it will not be barren
of results. Deputy Barnes, who is now
in the Old North State after witnesses,
reports much difficulty in finding the
men whom he is searching for. In
some way they have obtained informa
tion of his coming, ana on tne principal
of the man in the play who remarked
to a companion, 'I will see you again,"
replied with amusing effect "not if 1 see
you first" In one instance after hunt
ing a witness all day in vain, Mr.
Barnes laid in wait all night and cap
tured his man about daylight as he was
returning home. Especially hard is it
to find employees of Mott who are want
ed as witnesses. Th6y evidently have
a delicacv in appearing against their
chief, and one instance is reported of a
man who has tied to California to avoid
being subpoenaed. But those who have
been on the stand have shown how rot
ten is the machine. Jim Harris, it will
be remembered, was proved to have
been brought 11 the way frOm" Raleigh
at the pay of $125 per month for seven
months, to stump for ' the Republicans
and to draw his pay from Uncle' Sam.
Gapt. Jno. A. Ramsey, of Rowan, swore
that he was employed by Mott at the
rate of $100 per month for 14 months. He
served that time, received his pay for
he period mentioned and signed blank
Vouchers tor tne same. w nat was ms
surprise when Senator Vance showed
witness tourteen voucners signed Dy
him and approved by Mott, each for
$150 per month.
rassing through tne treasury aeparc-
ment to-day, I dropped in on one of the
leading officials in the internal revenue
. 1 1 J . - 1 , ll. 1.4-
Dureau, ana hskbu mui now u muuguii
the death of the bill extending the
bonded period would affect the whisky
trade throughout the country.
"Why, seriously," he answered, "un
less the next session grants more relief,
and that is not probable 1 think."
"Why not?" -
"Well, it will be the short session.you
know, and will not be likely to do much
on anything of that nature. Then it
will be the same Congress as this, and,
having slaughtered the bill once, the
friends or the measure wouia naturaiiy
Lave little inclination to ask much of
it, or prospect of getting if it did ask.'
"JtJut, it it snouia e
"If the next session should extend
the bonded period it wouldn t be so
serious, inaeea, j. aon c miid ine
quantity to be taken out of bond in the
next year that is the quantity that
will be forced out or be required to pay
tariff if it remains in is over a mil
lion or a million and a half of gallons."
But the next year t
"The next vear would be very serious.
If no relief is granted the quantity
that would be forced into the market
the next year would be something
alarming. It would upset the market
entirely, as the owners would be forced
to sell it to raise money to pay the tax
Later I gathered from figures fur
nished by Commissioner Raum the
amount that will be thrown out of
bond or rather that will be forced to
pay tax during the next three years
should the law remain as it now stands.
Making op my estimate on the quan
tities and ages of the whisky in bond at
the date of which these figures speak
and they particularly show the situa
tion to-day, I find the quantities that
will, during the next two years, arrive
at the age at which the tax must be
paid, to be in round numbeis as fol
low: 1882-3 Gallons. 18S3-4. Gallons
July 200,000 July 1,500,000
August 150,000 August... . 500,000
September.. 200,000 Sep temb'r. 1,000,000
October 350,000 October . .2,000,000
November . 650,000 Novemb'r.3,000,000
December. .1,000,OOJ December.4,300,000
January. ...1,500,000 January.. .4,300,000
February . .1,750,000 February .4,800,000
March 2,250,000 March . . ..6,000,000
April .2,500,000 April 6,400,000
May 2,700,000 May 6,250,000
June 2,300,000 June 5,500,000
A patent has been granted to James
T Greaves, of Wilson, N C, for a horse
A trade-mark has been issued to Har
ris, Sampson & Co, ot Reidsville, N C,
for chewing tobacco.
Information is received here of the
death of Jas M Trader, postmaster at
Murf reesboro, N C. The office is worth
$700 per annum, and there is likely to
be lively competition for the place. Al
ready a number of applications have
At the recent commencement of
Georgetown College, Morrison W De
vine, of North Carolina, was mentioned
as distinguished in English literature
and in French.
President Arthur, accompanied bv
Senators Wade Hampton, Vest of Mis
souri, and Jones of Nevada, left Friday
night for a fishing expedition to the
tfomt or rtocfcs, a station on the B & O,
about 40 miles from the city and near
Harper's Ferry. The distinguished
party expect to return Monday, and in
the meantime church folks are horrified
at the sacriligious President, as his safe
arrival will destroy the effect of the
thread-worn story of the boy who went
fishing Sunday and was drowned, which
is told by all mamas to their sons.
The star service from Lee to Lvnch.
N C, is ordered discontinued from June
Changes in star schedules for North
Camden C H to Portsmouth.
Leave Camden C H Tuesdays. Thurs
days and Saturdays at 8 a m.
Arrive at Portsmouth by 3.30 p m.
Leave Portsmouth Wednesdavs and
Fridays at 10.30 am.
Arrive at Camden C H by 6.03 p m.
Halifax to Scotland Neck :
Leave Halifax daily except Sundavs
at 4.30 p m.
Arrive at Scotland Neck by 8.30 p m.
Leave Scotland Neck dailv except
Sundays at 7 a m.
Arrive at Halifax by 12 m.
Star service changes in North Caro
Warm Springs to Fine's Creek. From
July l, 1882, curtail service to end at
fcpring Creek, omitting Fine's Creek,
aecrease distance 11 miles.
Wavnesville to Bi Creek. From
July l, 1882, embrace Spring Creek next
arter L.ynch, between Fine's Creek and
Lemons Gap. increase distance eight
Special service discontinued in North
Abernathy to Rock Creek.
Bingham to Lick Creek.
Broad Shoals to Taylorsville.
Hendrick to Little Bluff.
Lynch to Laurinburgh.
All from June 30, 1882.
Adamsville to Bennettsville.
Brightsville to Bennettsville.
Major's to Eighteen Miles.
Poortith to Wolfsville.
All from June 80. 1882.
Star Service discontinued :
Jonesville to Mount Nebo, from Jnne
80 1882. -Hay
Meadow to Roaring River, from
i une iso, itttsa., . , j
Eaaley to Eighteen Mile, from
Foatmaatpr rtnmmlanlma Rent: 1-
Jas Cothran ' Jr MeCormick.S Ci
Thomas G Collins, Sandy "Plata. N O.
'?SamuelJ Kent; Little Pine Creel
fXJosddwDafWaB .O.V ,
rx Johns Minnix. newDern. n u. t ,
ASSESSM ENTS LN THE
After Some Minor Matters the Bill for
the Redaction of Internal Revenue
Taxation Again Occupies the Atten
tion of the House, and Goes Over for
Washington, June 26 Senate.
Brown introduced a bill appropriating
$75,000 for a post office and custom
house building at Brunswick, Ga. Re
ferred to the committee public build
ings. Allison, from the appropriations com
mittee, reported, back the legislative,
executive and judicial appropriation
bill with amendments, and gave notice
that he would move its consideration
to-morrow. It provides for an aggre-
fate of $20,200,000, being an increase of
326,000 over the amount of the bill as
it passed the House. The bill, with sun
dry tables, showing the changes made
by the Senate committee, was ordered
printed. Hale presented a conference
report on. the West Point military ap
propriation bill. Read and- adopted. ,
Pendleton moved to take up bis reso
lution concerning the political assess
ments. After some opposition the reso
lution was taken up. it instructed the
committee on . civil service and re
trenchment to inquire whether any at
tempt is being made to fcry or collect
assessments for political purposes or
parties from government employees in
Washington, whether the same be un
der the guise of asking contributions or
Mr. Pendleton then read and com
mented in detail upon each of its state
ments to show that its undeniable pur
pose was to levy contributions upon'
government employees under the guise
of a demand for voluntary contribu
tions. At 2 o'clock' the debate on the politi
cal assessment resolution was tempora
rily suspended and a resolution from
the House providing for final adjourn
ment on July 10th, was briefly consid-:
ered. The fact was developed that the
Senate was decidedly indisposed to fix
ing a day in the present condition of
business, and the resolution was laid
upon the table to await further prog
ress on the appropriation bill.
The discussion of political assess
ment was then renewed.
At 5:30 without action on the politi
cal assessment resolution, and after an
executive session of one hour the Sen
ate adjourned until to-morrow.
The Senate to-day confirmed Francis
E. Witzell to be collector of customs at
St. Augustine, Fla.
The remainder or the executive ses
sion was devoted to discussing the
nomination of Pay Inspector Smith to
be pay master general of the navy.
house. Crapo, of Massachusetts,
leave to take from the speaker's table
the bank charter" bill for the purpose
of non-concurring in the Senate amend
McMillan, of Tennessee, objected.
Butterworth, of Ohio, submitted the
conference report on the army appro
priation bill and it was agreed to.
Under a call ofbtates the following
bill was introduced and referred.
By Forney, of Alabama, authorizing
the East and West Railroad Company
of Alabama to construct a bridge
across Coosa river.
Hiscock, chairman of the committee
on appropriations, reported the sundry
civil appropriation bill. Ordered print
ed and recommitted.
Neal, of Ohio, then claimed the floor
for the committee on the District of
Columbia and the consideration of
the District. Business was proceeded
At 2 :45 the District committee yield
ed the floor and the House went into
committee of the whole on the bill to
reduce internal revenue taxes.
The contest over the bill was close
and animated, and amendment after
amendment was offered and voted
down ; the greatest number being upon
provisions affecting tobacco and spirits.
An amendment was adopted reducing
the tax on cigars to four dollars per
thousand, and on cigarettes to 75 cents
cox onered an amendment prohibit
ing political assessments upon officers
engaged in executing the Internal
iievenue laws, iiuled out on a point of
order. The debate throughout was very
sharp and at times personal but good
natured. Finally the committee rose
and the previous question was ordered
on the bill and amendments thus in
suring their coming up to-morrow fas
unfinished business. The matter then
At 7:20 House adjourned.
How They Struggled for Life, Starved
to Death and Went to Sleep in the
Washington. June 26 The Naw
Department has received from Engi
neer Melville, of the Jeannette, a de
tailed report of the finding of the dead
bodies of DeLong's party. Accompa
nying the report is a copy of DeLong's
notebook which is a record of the slow
starvation of the party and their deaths
one by one until but three remained, of
whom Deling was one, who seemed to
have all died at once as no entry ap
pears in the book after DeLong s de
DeLong's-first entry is October 1st.
being the one hundred and eleventh day
after leaving the ship. On that date
they had some venison and tea. On
October 9th they killed their doer and
made it into a stew, using up the last
of it October 16th. On that day Erick
son died ; their tea had given out. A
small quantity of alcohol was issued to
the men in a half ounce dose. On the
9 th Nordeman and Nors were sent
ahead for assistance and the safety of
these men is already known. Occasion
ally JKiexy, tne Alaska Indian, killed a
deer, but on October 10th an entry
is made of eating deerskin scraps. On
the llth nothing for supper but
a spoonful of glyceiine and hot water.
Their tea haviDg given out they made
an infusion of Arctic willow and drank
that; on the 13th Lee laid down in the
snow and died; on October 15th break
fast consisted of willow tea and two
old boots : on the 16th Alexy. the In
dian, broke down and he died, on the
17th. This day was Collins' 40th birth
day. On the 21st Kaack was found
dead in the morning, between Dr. Am
bler and DeLong. On the 28th IveTson
died, and on the 29th Dresler died. SUn
day, October 30th, the entry is -that
Boyd and Gaitz died during the night
ana uomns is aymg. This is the- last
entry or DeLong's. Shortly after this
DeLong, Surgeon Ambler and the
Chinaman cook. Ah Sem. mnat "hstv
died. Throughout the record is chroni
cled the'growine weakness of the survi
vors and their constant hope for succor
mrougu ine enorcs ot JNors and Norde
Washington. June 2i. For Mia-mm
die Atlantic States: Fair weather,
uiguer uarometer, southwest to north'
west winas. stationary or lower tem
For the South Atlantic: Local rains,
southerly to westerly winds, partly
cloudy weather, nearly stationary tem.
yeiBture iu northern portions, higher
Lucky John TPeg-er.
The Louisiana National Bank has notified the
Tim National Bank ot thU place that the S3 0,000
flrawB by Mr, John -Wegw, ot -Kawtfu in the
liouuiana bum liooery, on May OUi, haa been de-
xniuHi in lueir ihuii. Tne money was paid in
lull without any discount, and Mr. W. la now one
oi uw weaiiny men or me country. John Weeer
was bora In Norway. July 280. 1822. and will ba
00 years old in July. v He came to New York from
A.Vina HI IDVUfOUU VCUUQ iv uuiunuw ta 1BOJ.
He enlisted In the United States army soon After
Be eame w aunnesota, mna nes nu turn ot ser
vice In the army expired he located at Kaaeta.'
where be has resided erer slnoe. v We- oBderstand
that MX! weger lnienas starunc a store, and' put
ting the remainder ot bis money at interest fit,
vauw (huuli iriuuue. nu 211. insa. -
, The next drawing will b on Tuesday (always,
Wilmington Star: - James Beasley, a
well-known deaf and dumb colored
man of this city, who has been em
ployed at odd jobs arotrad Mr. Fred.
Heyers store, corner of Second and
Market streets; for sometime past; was
accidentally run over and killed by the
incoming fr:20 train on th Wilmington,
Columbia and Augusta railroad Friday
morning, between Mearea' Bluff and
W e learn that there was a canara!
fight among the large number of colored
employes at Point Peter Friday after-
uoou, mciuaiDg. douh men ana women,
and the row assumed such serious pro
portions that the foreman 'came over
to the city and had warrants issued for
some of the ringleaders.
United States and New Zealand Meats.
Just now a rivalry has sortinc? ur in
New Zealand as against the United
States in the matter of Suoolvine the
English consumers with rood beef and
mutton. Recently a frozen flock of
5,000 sheep appeared on the London and
provincial marketa, to the dismay of
the English eraziers and ereatland-
ords, who still elms to the fortunes of
green fields with their wanted tenacity.
New Zealand is entering on a struggle
of commercial venture, and permits the
question of profits, or rather ne profits,
to oe a secondary matter so Ions as a
new market can be built up. In view
of this it may be well to ask if meats
win De cheaper and under the present
famine Prices in EneiamL "Experience
proves that American cheese, once pro
claimed as the ruin of all English cheese
factories, is now a scarce article in
British markets and the Chedder, Glou
cester, Irish, Scotch, Welch and other
cheese products of Great Britain are
nigoer m price man exer. American
oeer and mutton, too, are no loneer the
domestic revolutioners or reformers of
the cormorant British butcher. The
prices to-day prohibit the creat masses
of England indulging in meat but rare
ly, indeed, the luxury of beef and
mutton is becoming a rara avis, so to
speak, to people of fair income and
aree households. While this is nain-
f ul to the bulk of the people it is iov to
the landed proprietors whose srrass
ands improve by increased prices in
domestic meats, and whose policy is to
promote the development of oasturasre
as against tillage.
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By Virtue of an order of the Superior Court,
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and d roofs
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the greatest Blood Purifier and the
tut A Strength
Cures Complaints of Womeri 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, 6Cc and
SI sizes. Large saving buying $l size.
HIS COX 4 CO , New York.
GEORGE PAGE & CO.
Patent Jf ortable Circular
Alas SUtieury-aal ParUbls
5 V. 8CHE0XDXB ST
unmnio nilllB. ViiremW DIWH.
PEB WEEK can be made in any locality.
Something entirely new for amenta, sk t.
fl t free. G. W. IN GRAHAM & CO. . Boston. Marh
grogs and ptedtcituea
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received, at
Dp.J.fl.McAden's Drng Store
g ABA TOGA 'yiCHY,
rrom Saratoga Springs, N. Y. A new water re-
semDimg me imported vieny. Beeommended
as an antacid; cores dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Baton Natural Mineral Water,
Beoommendfed very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsia.
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
J Q CASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
Q CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Bnnyal Jaaos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
A3 A CATHABTIC: ! '
Don? A wine glass toll before breakfast.
, Th Jtx- "Hunyndl JanoeL Baron XJeblg af
Orms that Its rlohnee In aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters.
The British Xsdfaot JowwA-xasna Janos.
The most agreeable, safest, and moat efficacious
Prof. YvrehotAf Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof. Bamberger, Vienna. "I have prescribed
uese wrnen wun remarKaoie sucoees."
lrqf, Scemseoni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
bat this." - . 7-
Prcf. Loader Brttnton, MD f.B. B., London.
"More pleasant than n. Avals, And surpasses
Pro- Aiken, M. C. F. B. 8., Boyal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred- to Pullna and Jed
JOHN H. McADEN, ;
Importing and DUpenslng PhannaclsL
North Tryon St, . - CHABLOTTE, N. C.
DONT GQ TO SARATOGA
When rou can getr water tost ' as fresh and spark-
Ung as when it flows from the spring at Saratoga.
We receive this water lh large block Un reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every wee t- - j. .oaun,
t Dragglat and Chemfet
Preaertpttona earefulli prepared by experienced
and oompetent druggists, day Or night
WE OFFER FOR SALE ON FAVORABLE TERM
FOkUtfERIiY USED BY THE BOCK
ISLAND ITIAN'F'G COMPANY.
HlfdT Hill Ittl STfrtS'r",.-,iww aR T,c
iK15,w"4 :irm Llm al baoiUttm
LL deUnqoentUx payers am nerepr "
fof the last time, that ther-nfiJJlS,
efor-their t- v l ?'
- - vm mi&- Ji rmcv w f
Which is now full and complete. We keep the best Goods mad a, will sell them
Our ctock Embraces a full line of Goods ot ail grades, and of various stviea and
Grist and Flour M I
NERAL W A
'-Call on addrea- ' '
Ki f '-: ' ):ifnn: t.j fe;
-TO OUR SrOCK OF-
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
uoods mad a, will sell them at the lowest possible
of the truth of oar assertions
A. 3E5. IL&IHKII& cSERO
WE HATE STOPPED SELLING AT COST, BUT OFFEB(300DS AT
SUCH ASTONISHINGLY IIQWJERIGES
Tha thoPubiic canjjot PercelvB
a f k
WHOLISAS AKB RETAIL DEALER IN
ALL KINDS OF
FlIiMTI II i:
A FULL LINE CF
PABLOB and CHAMBBB SFITg. OOF-
fins of all kinds on hand. No. 5 West
Trade street Charlotte. North Carolina.
Statesville, 1ST. C,
FHE RIOSrT FAVOBABLE TEAMS AND Iff COMPETITION WITH ANY
JOBBERS Ilf THE COUNTRY. THEV WILL BE GLAD TO
Jin inn a PTrTpnr
LIHE BEST THREAD
JJ U lil UJLifAMJNJ uuu I
Awarded all the Honors at the
Inte-mtioilal Cottdii Exposition, 1881,
"THE BEST TITHE AD for
MAO IT IN E and HAND SEWINGS
Por Sale to ae i)?!
J. Roessleri 8poM Cliarlotte, N. C.
BAR AND BILLIARD ROOM,
f ' K v ' iE VEB IN CHABLOTTE
Has istbee opened nert door below the Central
Hotel Bolld;ng; on Tryon street, where the purest
WIN 9 and LIQUORS ean always be found.
KENDRICK & PIXBY!
in aylO if ;
HLTGH W. HARRIS,!
ATT0EBBT AT LAWj
Office on Trade street, nearly opposite Court Booso,
' . : It
CHARLOTTE, N. "O.
' m&72 kiU: V '.-i
Richard A Springs, L
in j ;.ti Fonr ierlyoICliarJotta,N.C.T,
ATT0ET OOTrKSELIB t U.m
If. IT -i trt,1 Ww Ymrk. I J
AU eoHMpO-denea will. Teeetra prompt attentioo-
TtxTKBxrtcsir-l st National Bank, Charlotte, H. c.
Ptiirh UlaHnnki nKMlc X.L.faK n. nr.
Jynuau-'vx, Judge Sopretne vourt erth Cll:
W Uimst irtl . ,. ...... u ? I
pases. History of all PbliA -
Arties, by Sehatob Coofkr.
-wwu ture wui b-TorwartW
prices nt 'nfBiiI--.
- - uuirj trade
A beautiful stock of
TO THE TRADE.
tha Grand foize
o8 as aaaa
I aS J J oS cd cs eS Oft a
88 " t- rtCIN
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HZiW't os o
o 6 la't-ioi dad
Connect at S&llsbory wIUkB. k D. BtL1 from all
points North and Sooth aa4ffrn BaleletE Pull
man Palace Sleeping- Car-from Greensboro' to
Henry's. Connect at S atesrjjle with A. T. -O.
Dtrislon ot C, C A 1 A. llth Sleeping Car
from Charleston.'S' C to Henry's. Open obser
vation ears run over the Mountain both ways be
tween Henry's and Wanar Sprlori, affording a
magnificent day-light Tiewot the Mountains and
jfrench Broad rives Consents at Warn Swings
with train of E. Tenn . Va Gh. E. B -for Horrts-
J town and points Sooth-West
nee at WarnTlDrtDrrwith E.T..Ya.4Oa B B.
llman Sleeueff lion Henry's to Greensboro',
nd Sleeping Car-from Heniy's to Charleston, 8.
a Connecu at StateaiDe-with A., T. - jD INvi
ion of the C C A. B. and at Balfsbwy with
B. ft U B. & for VI potnU Korth and South.
Jl Tvffli Ticket
Iww Hpnogi imuj principal eniea.
point North aiMUNwith. 1
. w. , - J. B. MACMUEDO.
K i""" axmuot. ay. P. Agent.
da wltJh leleieee to
H Spool Coil
i w Bra n u. Bona aU OIHIkU VVOllQIj for
vhi Bjmviirura vifusv in Uin l.niMM. A
4 by those who ha used 1W a Vtutonielv
Tuesday) Juiy uin. . att n ,
20 , BaUlniore, if d.
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