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D A t L Y Cg A,R L ?f fl Q B $ g Riy ft W E S D A Y . JUNE S1M2."
bH AS. R. JOIf ES, Editor and PropHor.
iniim at thm pom-onum atCHablott
. a. AS BBOOJP-CLAflB MTTB.1
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 28, 1882.
DR. MOTT'S STATEMENT.
In another column we publish a
statement from Dr. J. J. Mott, late col
lector of internal Bevenue for the 6th
district of North Carolina, which is cal
culated to throw the utterances of our
Washington correspondent, "Pickup,"
tinder a cloud. Situated very re
remote from the scene of action we of
course know nothing of the matter ex
cept as it is stated by the parties them
selves. While we have always been
politically opposed to Dr. Mott, we cer
tainly would not do .him an injustice,
and hence we cheerfully yield him
space in our columns to make his own
statement, as he does over his own sig
nature. COUNTY GOVERNMENT QUESTION.
We publish the following communi
nication from a respected correspond
ent living in Lenoir, Caldwell county,
without dotting an or crossing a t,
merely stating that where a man's
premises are false his conclusions are
false also. If the Democracy of North
Carolina have no higher code of prin
ciples than the saving of half dozen
counties in Eastern North Carolina; or
if the Democrats of the eastern section
of the State are willing to desert the
Democratic party unless the present
system, of county government be re
tained, then we say God help the De
mocracy. We have said, and we re
peat, this question must be met. The
issue is not of our making, but it is like
the ghost of Banquo, which will not
down at any man's bidding.
It has leaked out that the present
plan of county government was the re
sult of a compact between members of
the legislature of 187&-7 representing
the different sections of the State.
Members from the west demanded con
tinued apropriations from the State for
the completion of the Western North
Carolina railroad. Members from the
east refused to allow their constituents
longer to be taxed for this object. A
compromise was effected: Members
from the east agreeing to vote for con
tinued appropriations for the construc
tion of the Western North Carolina
railroad, provided that the members
from the west should vote for the pres
ent system of county government
This being, so two questions arise:
1st. Whether the members of the legis
lature from either section had either
the moral or the legal right to bind
their constituents to such a contract;
2nd. Whether now that the Western
N. C. railroad has been taken off the
hands of the State and no further ap
propriations being required, both par
ties are not relieved from the compact.
These questions must be met at the
polls in the coming contest. They can
not be avoided. Then why not meet
them like men ? We plead for Demo
cratic harmony and Democratic unity,
but it must be under a Democratic ban
ner of principle and not one of policy,
which means one thing in the west and
another in the east.
But to the letter. Here it is
To the Xdltor of the Observer.
It is so seldom that I have anything
to say about The (Jbseever except in
terms of highest commendation, that I
am very loath to write a single word
in criticism of its political position,
more especially is this the case now.
since it becomes the true Democracy of
North Carolina to present a bold and
solid front against the cohorts of
Radicalism, the great hydra-headed al
nance or public plunderers and sore
heads desiring public plunder. But I
think your last editorial on county gov
eminent (Tuesday 20th, inst,) not only
unfair, but ill-timed and calculated to
give aid and encouragement to the
Let us reason together a moment
The mission of the Democratic party
of to-day (as it always has beon) is to
give true conservation and justice to
public government ; purity to politics,
ana, as rar as is consistent with public
welfare, equal rights to all. "The great
est gooa co ine greatest number is an
aphorism which should be dear and
sacred to every member of the Demo
cratic party. But in a great State like
North Carolina, where there is such a
diversity of political conditions, yet it is
impossible to adopt any line of public
policy wnicn win mc tne Duraeng en
laiiea dj me war ana Jttaaicai recon
struction from all sections of the State
at once, and alike in its operations.
This matter has been discussed so of
ten, and ventilated so freely by the best
public spirits in the State, that what
surprises me most is the restiveness of
certain Democratic editors and poli
ticians in the middle and western parts
of the State whenever this subject is
mentioned. Why not acqueisce in the
will of the majority of the best ele
ments of the Democracy in the State,
nntil the time comes when the reme
dies can be applied by our own physi
cians? Every touch the Democrats
give this subject now only widens the
wounds, or irritates the disease. And
so I think the true policy is to let these
and all kindred subjects alone for the
time. While we can be free to confess
that a law which relieves a great body
we might say in truth the most sore
ly oppressed portion of the State of a
grievous burden, and at the same time
that it deprives many of our tax-payers
of rights and privileges, let us here
bear up under the lighter afflictions im
posed on us of the west until the season
cornea for measures of relief perfected
in own Democratic skill and wisdom.
Don't let us allow an enemy whose
whole record has been one of op
pression and f robbery robbeiy of
- rights and privileges in every
shape and form by legislation in
tion in the interests of a few against
the many. I say let us now not allow
this enemy to make capital of our dis
cords, and fasten upon us an adminis
tration in North Carolina that will give
no "relief to any person, or to any sec
tion, an administration whose only aim
is to foster rings and corporations,
whose existence means robbery under
the flimsy guise of "protection'' and
"public rights" and "universal suffrage."
Fray tell us what individual and what
great public interests have suffered and
been wronged in comparison with the
outrages of the old forms of county and
State governments in the South when
in the hands of Radicalism (or Repub
licanism if yon please?) . The Demo-
. cratic taxpayers in two or three of our
eastern counties have saved in one year
more, under the present system of
count? crovernment than all the tax-
- payers of Western North Carolina have
lost in conseauence of the evil effects
of this system. This fact alone ought
to spike All the opposition artillery of
local option, prohibition. &c .
What we need now most Is harmony,
not discord, in the Democratic ranks.
Fray counsel all onr editors and poll-;
ticians to remember tnis. we naaxw
" ter bear in patience" the Ills we have
than attempt to flV. to othersin the
i embrace of .Radicalism. We have
. neither Democratic votes nor Demo
cratic sympathisers to spare in North
C sympathisers tO SpaW in Hortn,
llnaduring the cooing crisis. We
1 enou-h to win our victory in the
election; but if we will only pile
;,'.-'! j ... j. 1.
1 J . ' - r
usroiina aurmz ine CO rain i crisis, rr e
the majorities up a3 high as is within
our power .to do, if we will only be
true to ourselves, we will forever si
lence this wrangle about North Caro
lina being either a Republican or
doubtful State. M.
Hon. D. F. Caldwell, of Guilford, pub
lishes a card in the Greensboro Patriot,
of Monday, from which we clip the fol
lowing: "Before leaving home, to be absent
some weeks perhaps months it may
not be amiss for me to say that I shall
endeavor to return and by my vote
give back to our people the right to
elect their magistrates and county com
missioners. "If I do not greatly err, we have lost
much yea far more in this State than
we have or will gain by suffering our
selves to be governed too much and by
too few men. I honestly believe and
tenaciously hold that eternal vigilance
is the nrice of liberty, and that a fre
quent recurrence to fundamental prin
ciples is tne oniy way we cau wiuuuiiu
and perpetuate our liberties unimpair
Here is how the Springfield Republi-
..-.. . i - :t..i( l
can, antl-Staiwan, relieves iwimi. wueu
contemplating the situation: "The
grand old party that freed the slave,
saved the Union, paid the national debt
and insures good crops you know the
rest, gentle reader is robbing the cra
dle and the grave to keep itself in pow
er. It squeezes campaign funds out of
the little pages in Congress that's the
cradle; and demands a "voluntary
contribution" from a Springfield armor
er, five years dead that s tne grave.
We shall see another revolution, one oi
these days, a full-grown political one,
unless these proceedings on the part of
Hubbell, Hale & Co., are frowned down
by the decent element of the Republi
BUT LITTLE DONE IN THE SENATE
Page Rises to a Question of Privilege
in tne House ana ms nis rooi in
it. The Bill Reducing Internal Reve
nue Taxation Passed by a Vote of
127 to 80.
Washington, June 27 Senate.
The Senate In the morning hour took
up the legislative executive and judi
cial appropriation bill, that bill having
precedence under the rules, no attempt
was made to resume discussion upon
political assessments or that upon the
bankruptcy measure, and its provisions
were considered paragraph by para
The senate alter aisposing oi o oi
116 pages ot the bill informally laid it
aside until to morrow.
The House bill to regulate immigra
tion was received and referred to the
commerce committee. Executive ses
House. Ramsev, of Massachusetts,
from the committee on elections report
ed a resolution in the contested elec
tion case of Strobach vs. Herbert from
the Second district of Alabama, grant
ing leave to the contestant to withdraw
his contest without prejudice. Adopt
ed. Thompson, of Iowa, from the same
committee, submitted a report in the
contested election case of Smith vs.
Shelly from the Fourth district of Ala
bam a. accompanied by a resolution de
claring the seat vacant. Laid over for
Page, chairman of the committee on
commerce, rising to a question of priv
ilegesentto the clerks desk and had
read, the following statement relative
to the passage of the bill to regulate
immigration; On Monday, 19th inst.
by unanimous consent, Reagan, of
Texas, representing the committee on
commerce moved to suspend the rules
and pass House bill to regulate immi
gration. The bill which he offered was
handed to him by Van Voorhis, of
New York, and purported to be the bill
agreed to by tne committee on com
merce. Reagan and members of the
committee present were mislead in re
gard to the oill which was passed, they
supposing it to be a true copy or the
bill agreed to by the committee, the
committee recommends and asks that
the House substitute the true bill now
in possession of the committee for the
Van Voorhis objected.
McLane, of Maryland, contended
that as the statement intimated that
the gentleman from Texas (Reagan)
had been imposed upon a question of
privilege was raised and it was not
competent for an objection to be raised
against the consideration of the bill.
The Speaker took a contrary view.
Page said that, without intending to
reflect upon anybody, he desired to
state that the committee on commerce
found itself embarrassed by the fact
that the wrong bill had passed the
uouseana ne deemed it just to the
committee that the House should con
sent to pass the bill as it came from the
Van Voorhis: For the last week the
newspapers have been filled with pub
lications, sucn a one mow bend to the
clerk's desk. I do not blame the news
papers, because the facts of the case in
them emanated from some member or
members of the committee on com
merce. There never was a falser charge
made than that I designed to deceive
anybody in the passage of a bill of such
moment or importance to the country.
He then sent to the clerk's desk and
naa read as "a specimen brick" an artf.
clein the Chicago Tribune alluding to
ma aciiuu aa a mgn-nanaeu outrage.
continuing, he said: The provision of
this bill which is complained of was
one or the highest public concern. I
believe that every patriotic member of
this House, if he will read the bill and
examine the authorities and facts, will
see that this 4th section ought to be
passed exactly as it is. In the conclud
ing portion of Van Voorhis' remarks,
ne maae an attacK upon Keasran, of
Texas,-characterizing his conduct as
"sneaking," and the accusation of the
gentleman from Texas as "of ineffable
Hammond, of Georgia, immediately
demanded that the words be taken
down and offered a resolution declar
ing that the language used was unpar
nameniary ana snouia receive the cen
sure of tne House.
Van Voorhis auicklv withdrew t,h nf.
fensive remarks, claiming that he did
not know that they were unparlia
Whereupon Hammond, with ill-Ann
ceded satirism, stating that it would be
cruel in such circumstances to press the
resolution, withdrew it and Reagan
took the floor to reply to Van Voorhis.
At the conclusion of Mr. Reagan's re-
iuarns wnicn were very severe upon
v nu v uuruu action, me House passed
wunout division the bill to regulate
immigration as agreed upon by the
committee on commerce and then pro
ceeaed to the consideration of the bill
to reduce the internal revenue taxation.
a motion to recommit the bill with
instructions to the committee on wavs
and means to report a bill abolishing
all Internal taxation, except that on
bank circulation and distilled spirits,
was defeated yeas 56, nays 125. The
bill then passed yeas 127, nays 80. It
aqonsnes the tax on bank checks, capi
tal and deposits, matches, uerf umerv
and proprietory medicines, reduces the
special license tax en tobacco dealers
ana reduces to four dollars the tax on
cigars, and cigarettes weighing more
than three pounds ner thousand, and
75 cents tax on cigarettes weighing less
uian mree pounas per thousand.
The bank charter bill having been
reached, most of the. Senate . amend
ments . were conenrred In fnelndinflr
that authorizing the Secretary of Treas
ury to exchange 8 per cent bonds for
8H per cent .. ;. ,- Mrriti 't
t The most important amendment non
conenrred in is that relative to firold
cenincates.i;rapooiXlaS84 (giving as,
a reason tor , non concurrence-that he
desired provisions of that portion of the
bill broadened Adjourned.;,:; in .
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i - .
certificates.- Crftpo, of IIass4 .giving as
xne 1'niiaaeipnia, isecpra iapproprif.
ately terms Mr. Kelly's; bill to reduce
internal revenue taxation "Roee-wajer
The Democrats of Richmond county
Ga., fired the first gun for Stephens last
Saturday for governor.
Mr. Reed, Guiteau's counsel has re
ceived a number of threatening letters,
telling him that he had already gone
too far in trying to save Guiteau's neck,
i.nd that if he continued his efforts he
would be killed within a week.
What better issue does the Democrat
ic party want in the coming congres
sional campaigns than the refusal of
the Republican party in Congress to
grant the people any practical relief in
the reduction of internal revenue tax
es? Philadelphia American: The Repub
licans of North Carolina have accepted
the candidates and platform of the In
dependent Liberals, and mean to con
test the State with the Bourbons. Of
the principles of the coalition, we may
say that they remind us of the prophet
Jeremiah's figs the good are very good
and the bad are very bad.
A Mongolian expressed his opinion
of Boston people thus : "No likee Blos
tin people ; too mucbee 'ligion, too d ri
good; no pay much wagee; too muchee
talk, pleach all time, make China cook
go to church allee same Clistian ; no piy
for washee on Sunday; they entirely
tooto, all same d n foolee Osclar
Wildee ; no sabe Chinaman ; no good ;
not many Chinamen ever go to Massa
chusetts." NEWS NOTES.
An Italian laborer on the West Shore
Railroad was stoned to death at Cats-
kill, N Y, Sunday, by a party of village
A movement has been started looking
to the separation of Norway from Swe
An association of Irish land owners
has been formed for the purpose of
making advances to landlords who are
embarrassed by non-payment of rents.
An explsion of fireworks occurred in
the toy store of Charles C Near, New
York, Saturday, which set fire to the
building, causing a loss of $10,000. .
Among the late arrivals at Lone
Branch, N J, are Gen U S Grant, CoL
Fred D Grant and family, Mr Alger
non Sartoris and Mrs Sartoris, nee Nel
lie Grant. The General will occupy his
The Constantinople conference held
a session yesterday. The proceedings
or the conierence are conducted in se
cret Count Corti, the Italian ambas
Ethan A Denham, a pension lawyer
of New York, was arrested Saturday,
charged with obtaining the pension
money of John J? Keator by forgery
During a fight in New York Saturday
between Mrs Douglass and Mrs Klein
peter, the latter threw a broken lager
beer glass at her antagonist which
struck a child and killed it
There was a desperate encounter at
Cibolo, Texas, Friday, between Brown,
the murderer of Deputy Sheriff John
son, ana some rangers, isrown was
killed and two men were wounded, one
John Daggett was nominated for
Lieutenant Governor by the California
Democratic convention. J R Glass
cock and C A Sumner were nominated
for Congressmen-at-large. Gen Rosen
crans has been renominated by accla
mation for Congress in the first district
The Khedive of Egypt has addressed
a letter to Kagneb Fasha, president of
tne council, urging him to use every
effort to discover the promoters of the
Alexandria riot which has brought
such deplorable consequences in the
In his sermon Sunday Rev Henry
wara .tseecner indorsed tne rreieht-
handlers' strike in New York and Jer
sey City as justifiable, and said that the
Knights or .Labor, Workingmens
Union, &c, were popular educators.and
the education of common people was to
A coach in which a number of voune
people irom san a rancisco, uai, Who
nan Deen camping out in the vieimtv
of Santa Cruz, were taking a ride, went
over the turnpike bank, near Felton.
killing the Misses Iva Cowdery, Eva
Sussey.- Celia Scott and Master George
Scott, and wounding masters Burr,
Benjamin, ueuiinz ana vv m Mockies
seriously. The accident was caused by
tne norses Buying.
Within the last few weeks thirty
Hungarians and Poles, suffering from
scurvy in its worst form, as well as
pneumonia, have been admitted to the
Fottsville (Pa.) hospital. The alarming
increase or such cases has provoked
much comment and the matter will be
laid before the doctors' association. The
disease is ascribed to the almost exclu
sive use of salt meat by and the unclean
habits of the imported laborers about
Gmtean's Death Warrant.
Washington. June 25. The warrant
tor tne execution of Charles J. Guiteau
bas been prepared by Mr. W. E. Wil
liams, deputy clerk of the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia. It
is as follows:
In the Supreme Court of the District
of Columbia. May 22nd. 1882. United
States against Charles J. Guiteau. No.
14,056. Murder. The President of the
To the Warden of the United States
Jail of the District of Columbia, greet
ing: w nereas, unaries J . liuiteau has
been indicted of felony and murder by
him done and committed, and has been
therefor arraigned, and upon such ar
raignment has pleaded not guilty, and
has been lawfully convicted thereof:
and whereas judgment of said court
has been given that the said Charles J.
liuiteau shall be nan zed bv the neck
until he be dead ; therefor you are here-
rjy commanded mat on riday, the 30th
day of J une, in the year of our Lord
1882, (A. D. 1882.) between the hours of
12 o'clock meridian and 2 o'clock post
iuermian oi tne same aay, mm, tne said
ijnanes j.iiuiteau, now being in your
custoay in tne common jail oi tne Dis
trict of Columbia, vou convev to the
place prepared for his execution, within
tne walls oi the said jail of the District
of Columbia, and that you cause execu
tion to be done upon the said Charles J.
Guiteau, in your custody so beinir. in
an unngs according to said judgment,
and this you are by no means to omit
at your peril : and do vou return this
11 it. 1 m t . ...
writ into tne cierrs office of said courf,
so indorsed as to snow von havn obev-
eu me same.
j i :
Witness: . D. K. Cartter.
Chief Justice of said Court.
a wear vase oi x enow irever.
New Orleans. .Tnn m-Henrv
Forbes, a sailor1 of thestearnhip.Martv
omreiu wnicn arrived irom Havana on
the 17th, has been admitted 'ta'Cbarity
uospitai. lie nas a clear case or, yellow
The medlclae of real merit. iMMrlhad bv. man?
leading physicians, and universally recommended
by those who have used it, jut. a tiustoaiets.
Brown's iron JBUtersf I Itolt'ifl t l
BKQIORD ALT7X JJTD IBOM 8FHIHS9 W4TM AVD
Mass. The treat tonta and alterative contains
iwtoe as much Iron and fifty .per cent. -moie aiusx
tnumthan any "alum and iron mass" known,
lana - tfi - ijAJ o-'-i ; . 'J
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V yi- Origin. of"f." "
There are a number nf iheru f.
the origin-of the sien of th A morgan
dollar. One that it is a comhinatinn nf
U. S- the initials of the TTnitri st&tea.
another that it is a modification nf tho
figure 8, the dollar being formerly call
ed a "piece of eight" and deaiomatAd hv
the character 8. 8; The third t.hnrv i
that it is a combination of H. S., the
mark of the Roman unit, while a fourth
is that it is a combination of P.S., from
the Spanish deso duro which signifies
"hard dollar." In Spanish
peso is contracted by writing the S.
over the jf . and placing it after the
sum. But the best origin of the sign is
offered by the editor of the London
Whitehall Review, who once propound
ed the question at a dinner party, at
wnicn the American consul was pres
ent As no one could tell, the editor
gave the following explanation : "It is
taken from the Spanish dollar, and the
sign is to be found, of course, in the as
sociations oc the Spanish dollar. On.
the reverse of the coin is a representa
tion of the pillars of Hercules, and
round each pillar is a scroll, with in
scription "Plus Ultra." This device in
course of time has degenerated into the
sign which stands at present for the
American as well as Spanish dollars &
The scroll around the pillars represents
tne two serpents sent by J uno to de
stroy Hercules in his cradle. -.
A Wild Maa-ofthe California Coast.
Ean Francisco Chronicle. : -
While hunting for deserters from a
ship at Guaymas, a few days ago, the
searchers discovered a man covered
from head to foot with long, shaggy
hair, of a reddish color. On their ap
proaching him he ran, and they chased
him, following him for a distance of a
mile or more to the beach, where he
jumped from rock to rock with the
agility of a chamois and was soon lost
to sight behind a jutting point They
afterward discovered the cave which he
inhabits, the floor beine covered with
skins, and the indications were that he
subsisted entirely upon raw fish. Or
ganized efforts will be made to capture
him. . j : .
Sheep husbandry has advanced steadi
ly in this country, while there has been
a decrease since 1868 in lireat Britain
and Ireland. The decrease is 7,712,000
head. England has lost 26ner cent:
Wales IK per cent; Scotland 5.35 ter
cent,-and Ireland S2 per cent This
is enough to alarm British statesmen, it
strikes us. The United States are pe
culiarly adapted to sheep raising, and
but few sections are more favorable
than certain portions of North Caroli
na, tsm there will be no progress worth
mentioning as long as the Legislature
refuses to protect and foster the sheep
1 J a. nrm i a
muusiry. ne peopie are to oiame or
their representatives would be made to
do their duty.
i I I i
An Editor Cowhided.
Atlanta, June 27. W. L. Clark, edi
tor of the Republican, was cowhided bv
Ed. McCanless this moraine. Clark
stated in his paper that in Shield's trial,
tne evidence or Mcuaniess and vena
ble was not genuine it was strained
Washington. June 27. Middle At
lantic states fair weather, nearly sta
tionary temperature, westerly to south
erly winds, slight rise followed by a
slight fall in the barometer.
South Atlantic local rains, nartlv
ciouuy weatner, sngntcnanges in tern
perature, stationary or a slight rise in
barometer, southerly to west winds.
l he countenance of mortal man or woman can
not be celestially radiant ai.d pure, bat with Dr.
Benson's sun Curs, it can be made smooth and
rree Irom tetter, scaly eruptions, freckles and cli
matic discoloration. A lOTelr toilet dresslnc.
Forty Tears' KxsHeneeeran Old Kane.
Mrs. Winsiows Bootninff Srran In th nrwrin.
tkm of one of the best Female Physicians and
Nurses to the United States, and has been used
for forty years with never-falling safety and suc
cess, by millions of mothers and children from the
feeble infant of one week old to the adult it
corrects acidity oi tne stomach, relieves wind
colic, regulates the bowels, and Ktres rest health
and comfort to mother and child. WebeUerett
me Dest ana surest remedy in the world, in all
eases of Dysentery and Diarrhoea in children.
whether It arises from teething or from any other
cause. Full directions for uslmr win Mmmnuit
each bottle. None genuine unless the fae-aimue
or uurns at reruns, is on tne outside wrapper.
Boia Dy an medicine dealers. 25 cts a bottle.
P. C. Shuford and wife, and others,
A M Powell, et al.
T3T Virtue ot an order of the SuDeriar Court.
JL held for the count of Catawba. foDrtmr Term.
notice is hereby given that the undersigned, Refe
rees, wiu meet tu. me court nouse,: in newt on, on
TUESDAY, Tfll 1st VXX OT AUGUST
next, to receive evidence and proofs of all debts
against me partnersnip aescnoed m the plead
ings in said causes, to-wit: Tate. Powell . Co.
(Harwell, Powell A Co.. Catawba Manufacturing
Company, Powell A Shuford and A. M. Powell.
All creditors of either ot said firms, will present
their claims to the undersigned at said time and
piace, wud proper proofs thereof. ,
Also at said time and place we will proceed to
take, and state tbe account! of the liabilities and
assets oi said partnerships a Do re named.
U V. B4SON,
R J. 8HIPP,
TIDDY & BROTHER
PIACHXS, OBAN6X3 and LEMONS, at
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We invite all to give as i
1 a call and satisfy themselves
fl!lA MONTH and board In your county. Men
t I or ladles. Pleasant business. Address
r. W. ZLEGLE& & CO.,
Box 81, Philadelphia, Pa
No &EMXBT more. Widely or Favorably Known.
It la rapid Ip relieving, quick In curing. For Lame
Back, BheumatLim, Kidney Affections, and aches
and pains generally, it is the unrivalled remedy.
GtKGXB. BTJCHU. MANDKiKTI. and manv of
the best medicines known are here combined Into
a medicine of sucu varied powers as to make it
the greatest Blood Purifier and the
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, 5Cc and
SI sizes. Large saving buying Si size.
HI8COX 3t CO., New York.
GEORGE PAGE & CO.
Patent Portable Circular
Alio Stationary and PorUUs
Grist and Floor M
mnd RmrrM Manlrino
Machine? . SMnrie Mills. Circular Saw
eOfl PKB WEEK can be made In any locality.
J)u U Somettalne entirely new for juwuito. ss mit.
fit free. G. W. INGBAHaM x CO. Boston. Mass
FRESH MINERAL WATER
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received, at
Dr. J.H.McAden's Drug Store
Vrom Saratoga Springs, N. T. A new water re
sembl Ing the imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid; cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsia.
g CASXS CONGRXSS WATKR,
I Q CASXS BOCK BBIDGI ALUM,
1 A CASXS BUFFALO LTTHIA.
And a full supply of
Hnnyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY
THX BXST NATURAL APXBXKNT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Sou: A wine glass toll before breakfast.
The ZiWMst "Hunydl Janos. Baron Llebhr af
firms that its richness in aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters."
The Sritish Medical Journal "Eunyadl Janos.
The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
W. Yvrthom, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
frty. tsamoerger, Vienna. "i nave prescriDed
these writers with remarkable success."
trvf. . Bcantoni, Wurazburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander Bruntm, Jf. 2)., jr. R. B London.
"More pleasant than Its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy."
Prof. Aiken, M. D., J. B. 8., Boyal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pulina and Fried
riebshalL" JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist
North Tryon St., CHABLOTTX, N. C.
DONT GO TO SARATOGA
When yon can get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as when it flows from the spring at Saratoga.
we receive una waier in large diock un reservou
which we return as soon
as emptied to be refilled
again every week.
1. tx. hoaumm,
Druggist and Chemist.
Preserlpttons carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day ox night.
WE OFFER FOR SALE ON FAVORABLE TERM
FORMERLY USED BY THE ROCK
IS liA ND MAWP G ComPjftNY.
Call on or address--
'? PemoeWeopyit jrX 'lfS
ttx.- tor the last time, that they must some up and
settle for tbelr taxes. I have been as todulcent
, and forbearing as any one could expect me to be
and I give fair notice how that all delinquent taxes
remaining unpaid at tbe end of the next 80 days,
wUl be eoUeeted by dimrs'nt. Come op and pay
yourtftxen. - At. X. ALJLXAWr-j.rf. -,
luaaJ.4lt Itljt-Vii,.-' WierUt.
,,,. 1 . isU: ,
TO OUR STOCK OP-
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
Goods nuda. will ftll them at Mia iiwiwt nnoaihi
oi the truth of out assertlous.
WX HAVX 8TOPPXD SELLING
SUCH ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES
Tha the Public cannot Perceive the
WHOLBSALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
ALL KINDS OF
Fin m ti im:
A FULL LINK CF
PAR LOB and CHAMBER SC'ITS. OOF-
FINS of all kinds on hand. No. B West
Trade street, Charlotte, North Carolina.
W ALLACE BROTHERS
Statesville, IsT. C,
Olf THE MOST FAVORABLE TERIhTS AND Ilf COIOPETITION WITH ANY
JOBBERS Ilf THE COUNTRY. THEY WILL. BE GLAD TO
. QUOTE PRICES TO THE TRADE.
(THE BEST THI
THE BESTTHREADforSEWIND MACHINES)
IAJ UliUlUJfA5lAJ UlAST
Six M M M Spol Cotton
Awarded all the Honors at the
Internatlonar Cotton Exposition, 1881,
UTME BEST THREAD, for
MACHINE and HAND SEWING"
Two Gold Medals and the Grand Prize.
For Sale to the Trade ly
BAR AND BILLIARD ROOM,
XYXB IN CHABLOTTX
Has Just been opened next door below tbe Central
Hotel Building, on Tryon street, where the purest
WINKS and LIQUORS can always be found.
KENDRICK & BIX.BY
ATTOBNEY AT LAW,
Office on Trade street, nearly opposite Court House,
CHARLOTTE, N. C
may2 dAwtf '
Richard A. Springs,
- fformerly of ChartoUa. if. C.1
ATTOEKEY & OOITfSIXLOB at UK
UvKla IT Itmmmu Street, rTer f rk;
ABeotrespondenoe wM reeetM pstsspt sAtetlon
Ktvmtncn- gt National Bank. Charlotta. ft a
BaMh National BanlTBalelBhTN cThmTw
odW Supreme tNiihSnV
TBE MOsT ELUGANT
BON. HOS. t VfJ ft- PabnaWnw
w k--" tV ""t bow wanted.
TjOObPia, f c,f re-' , r WrrHory Is bS
n.- r Jrr--r' 71 '. I'rospeotua
nrii .-j I.. . '
ntftr. rAT.".!?11.?"1.011 t0.aU Purchasers.
WkU iae c" ana country trade
AT C08TK BUT OFF1B GOODS AT
Difference, a beautiful stock of
& Co., CharloHei N. C.
ft-oe cd s t ve a a a
&ce c r-M woe c 3
ST: s s 9 x 1 ; :
TrsUai Nsv. 1
Connects at Sallibnry with BSTD. B. Bwikom alt
points North and South and from Raleigh. Pull
man Faiaee Sieeplnc Car from Greensboro to
Henry's. Connects at 8 atesrllle. wlthJLjr. O.
Ilrl8lon of C.C. k A. B. B.-wtth Sieeplnc Car
from Charleston, a C to Henry's, Open obser
ratlon ears itif over the' mountain both -ways be
tween Henry and Warm Springs, afitxdlng a
macnlnoent day-llcht rlew of ha Mountains and
French Bmad rlrer. Ctteotaat Warm Springs
wtth train of X. Tenn .Ya. ft 0a-& B for Morrls
town and points South-West.
: fl TrmlK NT9
Connetf a at Warm Springs wttsvXlTyarS Ga B R
Pullman Sleepers from Henry" to Greensboro',.
I mna elMplng Cars from Henryj M
Connects at 8tatenUle with A.,
alan of the C. GL A. B. B. and at
Ding cars from Henrrsto cnaneaton, b.
, T. aTO. INTI
mmmi "vi ijic m, m A n. mm m minmii u wv
avau, rorai points nonn anaoouio.
sale at C sbory. SuteevulerAsheTula and the
Warm SoaiBaa to all mliwlnal oltiM.
i-Anmai fc.mi.twi ..i. li
ill. ?i A Li "V , PrieDee tn the busl.
neSB tO traval In Nnnh arwt C.t.'K tZr
old estabiu bed house In the u.et inlTSL
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