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PRICE FIVE CENTS.
f ' "'PrriTTTn mm i - " - - : : ";
; 1 u aAKLOlTE. N. C, SUN DAY,
TITI ITTTT ' - rM-rrT- Z "T "
x i vr llrli, Fil I ;.I;(JU J2sri! :wm( ' - -:
y ' "I . ' . "FIBJI season and offered for sale were ' UV
r' j . , brought to . market this morning. ( I : T:-rwmll" V 4 ' - ' - .- .
-""v,-; -TO v They were raised on Mr. HeinVfl rvJ J.-'lrLSs - . . . - . ' -
A. d then wine trad see for yourself
. OUR MR. HARGRAVES
5f,l h0rthermMfor..t,he PMt week- and has secured some
r- 6wuo, wuiuu wiu
CO ME 'AlI
It I'i 00 ack. Kaeb pattern contains 9 yards o
em rolcery juid la yards ot ma erlal.
Cool variety of
It 5 and 6 cents,
New lot of
White" Plaid OwdieSr
T. L. SEIGLE.
. . 'We expect a new arrival of
. At 8 cents per yard,'
MONDAY OR TUESDAY.
- . Othey attractions will be offered,
SDCCISSOBS TO ALXXARDKB HARRIS.
THE 0. K.
Opened for the season.'
parties on short notice
Ice ream and
Fresh Bread, Cakes arid Pies Daily.
Just reeeired a choice lot of Potted Meats, C& nned Fruits, Pickles,'
Crackers, &c. Also, Imported and Domestic Confectionery.
CV W. tiMRRISOISr.
. Successor to Mayer & Boss.
MRS. a h. wmrsijT,
IN HKB LOWS XXPKRTKNCV IN THK MIL.
ilnerr. and tn bandllng tips and pinnies, wmd
tar to the Ladle that stw is now prcpanr to elean,
curl, bleach and dye all plumes according to the
Vrmeb trrtein. ll orders lft wtth her at Mm.
Siostn or at S ft G. Nwwuomb's m receive prompt
fcttoi tlon . Fst experience Is a citmi i tee or her
ability. : . ... majSdlw.
- , NOTICE- ,
Tbaksfkb Offmj '
Balto.AN.C.Cokpbb amd (told Mixing Co.,
- .- -LiniOK,. X. June 1st. U86.
Pursuant to action taken by the Stockholdf r'
held Hay 24th. 1886, and la accordance with arti
cles Yl, Till and XVII of the By Laws, a special
meetincoftbet-toclEboldersof the Baltimore and
North Carottoa Copper and Gold Mining Company
will be fcatd at the 1-ransfer f Mnce of the Company,
17 Pout uffl e avenae, Baltimore, on Monday
June 7th. 1886. at t o'cjoek. p. m for the purpose
of lerylng aa SMeMisent, (not to exceed Ua cents
per share) on the caplcal stock of the company
The traoafer books will be closed from June 1st
to June Ub. - . H. BAT.
Junel-a 8-47,, President.
: FOR SAtE.
1 1 Unlmprorod lot 99x188, adjolntng ths pro
OO part of I H. Bmory. J. P. Irwin aad others.
fronting on Trade street. , Bhado trees on the mc
ClHwIott Heal Eta Aemcy,
a-B. C0CKTU5X, Kaneser
; .'BXrsj. Jl on rersen's I3eiedy
that we offer goods cheape
r than thej
oe piacea on our counters next week.
Sooth Tryon 8treet, - . -
Charlotte, N. C
BUTTON, C9N6RESS 4 M SHOES,
Gents' Fine IIand-Made and Kaohlne Sewed
BOOTS, BUTTON AND LAC&BAL8,
bots' and Torrns
JTUiJE BOUTS Ai SHOES OP ALL GBADK3
Silk, Sift and Stiff Hats,
TRUNKS, " , .
UMBRELLAS OH1 ALL KINDS,
SHOX BLACKING AND BRUSHES.
Alma Polish for Wies' Pice Mioes.
Stock always kept lull and
- up to the demand;
OBDXB3 BT MAIL OR SXPRSS3
Water Ices furnished to familes and
CLEVELAND MINERAL SPRINGS
Are now ot en for the reception of visitors
Are M miles west of Charlolt", Smiles from Phel
by. N.C and only 1 mile from Carolina Central
Hallway, where a new depot has been erected and
beautifully ttoUbed fo. tiie benefit ot
Visitors lo h SpnD&-
Plenty of Ue secured tor the season.
COLD - AND HOT B.VT BS.
- A good string band has been employed for the
The tattle win be finished with the very best
the market affords. . ' ,, ' .... ;
Hacks will be at the Springs' station on the ar
IriTHlof every train. ,
kox further lufurmatloa address
S. itcB, POSTON, .
J-'"" ":.t Proprlotor. ' .
IPegram k k
W1 occo manufactnrors Bos
tie Bros. A WrISh.SheIbr's
arnae and JUope.
. An eminent author, once writing a
UWUViJ ui iioittuu, enuuea onecnaDs
ter as follows : - ,
J'Snakeain Ireland." The chapter
comprised six words: There are no
BunKfH m ireiana. '
we are reminded of this incident
wutm we unaertake to write about
the factories of Shlhv - nr
1L. . - ,. . . . . . J"." VW1IOO
iue aDDiicanon is iimirod
factories but they are few ; we can
wuBtue ourselves with this reflection
however, and that is that every man
ufacturing center of the country has
had its day of small thintrs a
cess of evolution must come, and in
the fullness - of time wa hnno t.h.t
njuoiwj icbuuuu witn ine dusv
num-ac labor from mills and facto
ine tobacco interest ; has nlrnArlv
pined a firmoothold here," and the
factory of Bostic Bros. & Wrieht is
w wuicq ina Rnmmunitv mor
well feel proud it is emrjhaticallv
aftn Cn XI ' L . 1 - . ... rf
oucp iu iub ngus direction ana it em-
paasizes every claim that may be
made in behalf of Shelbv. " Forth
information ot tbeusands of nurrnarl.
ers of today's Aurora we shall, in this
article, try to oonrey fair certainly
truthful, impressions concerninsr this
enterprise an enterprise ; tuat has
been weighed , iri the balances of
public opinions and not' found want
ing., r .:r.
ine history of the firm is brief It
was established bv the firm nf Ttmat-.i
Bros , six years aeo. So far aa thv
were individually concerned it was a
newf enterprise: :: neither of the co
partners were- practically " familiar
wiiq coe nusineas. and so thev lAhnr.
ed under a disadvantage." However.
tbfiad pluck : they had confidence
in themselves -and their - ability to
produce good goods, and one by ene
uuoy overcame : wnatever nrtntARiM
lay in their path. Four years ago,
the better to accommodate their buss
mess, they built the substantial bri"k
raciory now occupied bv them, and
uuo j oar later me nrm unaerwent a
cnange oy tbe admission of Mr.
Wright, the cotartners now heino- :T
T. Ijostic. J. B: 'Bostio and E FT
Wrieht. The two first named a
irom Jtutnerford county, and the last
irom tspartanoure. s. c. all ar
young men, ranging in age from 28
to aa years, and all unite in usrner
every honorable effort to advanoe the
uusiness in nana, - ; -
Bostic Bros. & Wrieht are more
extensive employers of labor than is
generally known here at home. Their
ordinarily full working force number
aoout etgnty, ana the capacity of the
factory, operating only during the
summer months, or say from May un
til October inclusive., is fully 800.000
pounds. .;-.. , .--v, - :r
Unly a portion bf the leaf iRonanm-
ed by the faotory is bought upon this
mtu-net ; certain srraaes are necessari
ly purchased at 3tatesville, Salisbury,
asuovuiB auu eisewnere. dug we ar
informed that the firm have ben
successful in. securing some very fine
wrappers upon this market so far
as tbat is concerned we wp,ujd be glad
ii vroYomn.u voubv.. fiFntsneq every
pound; of eaf ooneiimed.i The pro
Suet is mostly ; fine goodi. Lowever,
and so the vari0U8 markets of the
State have to be looked to for bud-.
Plies . ; ,v :,- ;vc : i .:
Bostic Bros. & Wright don't Vgo
ior a great variety of grades or
brands if we remember rightly only
aeyeu regular Dranasare tu,rna OUf,
"Kjia jacic iNauce" being the leader.
Thia is a nine inoh plug, i made from
carefully selected leaf, and is deserv
edly popular. Indeed, in all brands.
eyery process is carefully scrutinized i
iu jjoevu uutuiug out pure isa t sugar
and the choicest of liquorice is used :
and each grade of tobacco made bv
tbe nrm can be relied upon to mam-
tain us unirorm stanaara ot exeei.
lence. Jt is only by adbering to such
a polioy as this that a factory holds
its trade competition is as active as !
can- well be imagined, and iq the hUh
cory or successrm tooacoQ Vrflanufac-
turing tqe ' oountry oyer we see exs
empiinea tne aoctrine of tbe survi
val. the fittest," - ---'
we were curious to learn to what
sections I Messrs. - Bostic Bros. : A
Wright took for their trade and thev
1 J t r.A-l i t- - . .
utiu uun 4ie8ii;ation in lniormmg us.
"Otir leading business is in North
Carolina. South Carolina and Georv
gia, though we have a very flattering !
trade in Texas. -Florida and " else- i
One or the other of the firm travels.
and we should judge with the best of
results, and ; when we inauired how
they found collections on last year's
business the reply promptly came:
f irst rate, if we never lose more
than we did last year we shall be per
i. ' What are the indications fori your '
trad the present year!' we asked. - -
"Splendid We don't anticipate'
any aimcuity m selling all, tbe goods
we can manufacture, ana we hope
to produce not less than 150,000
pounds." ; , . t -: '
It was evident' to the Aurora "re
porter that the copartners are as san-
gume as can ue, ana, witn reason too.
Several things are in their favor. In
the ' first place they ' manufacture
grades of goods that will bear the
test of trial in the second place they
are thoroughly in earnest, and three
young men - of business habits and
animated by similar motives as are
these gentlemen cannot fail to grasp
success, wnere a vacilating or uncer
tain policy would result in failure.
The factory supplies both the whole
sale ana retail trade. " -i Orders have
been coming very freely 'thus far.
and the work of filling them is being
pusnea iorwara witn all expedition.
John. Kelly's Funeral. .
- New York,. June 5. -The funerai
of John Kelly, took place; this morns
ing. from St. Patrick's '7 Cathedral.
There were no services at the house.
At an early ; hour' people began to
arrive at the house to take a final
view of the remains," whisk lay in a
casket between heavily draped win
dows in the rear parlor. There were
no -flowers, on the. casket. All was
black, save a silver ' plate and the
handles at the sides. The plate' bore
the words: 'John Kelly; born April
20th, 1821; died June let, . 1886,"
Many candles burned, at the head of
the easket. k ; - w ;
Mrs. Joe PenoBs Ceinedy .
Is stDlthe Mrt Blood Pqr8erontlie inaet. '
E. i-citiJi, w toll-sale Vtv ;'3t.-
i e nn .. .
just outside the city and were nice, - : .1 N I " ' - ' . .
fairandnpe. . - . , - ' - .
rnlilaVii-iwv 9 A a . ,
uvwdwiu - ni-v IM . A . T"Q Iflfl, .
mftrb-oK7r rAA i t .
. Afc- uivu ucai
"l.'avj jr i :i j I ( I rpi I rn;i n niAii .nnM
-rriuoeton, Jobnston countv. last.
wee., ne was lia vear,. old a .kuo
negro, and sincn tha vm -u j
t n . . . . - . "au
uougnt a tract ot wood land, cleared
it, paid for it, built him a nice hnnnn
upon it ana was in comfortahl .
cumstances at his death. He hewed
with a broad-axe most of the timber
wun wmcn nis finiiso wn (inrctw.
ea.. ; 1118 name .was Gillis Stevens,
UU ne Was not a rtnnlrinr man TT .
uaa uvea even bevond the Allnf
j ears on me oeioreriie was made free,
JNews and Observer- Wi Willio
. " - v . r AaaLU
ijawrence. or Kmi?ham tnvnohm
urange county, died lasfr Saturday
uuuov irouiiar ciFCumRtAnrng anil
was SUPDOSed to be nnianncul ; TTio
. r rj.s.
wue ana Joan Ur&wfimi wak ar.
restea ana confined m jail at Hills'
Doro on rrtnrrter s Rn
vueui a ueiog concerned m bis death.
Strychnine is supnosed to hav hoon
used to produce death. The stomach
has been sent to the State chemist
for examination. , Dr. J. B. Thnmn-
bwu. ui vuainam, ana M.r. a. a. Xaovd-.
rf ln . 1 1 . ... y
l ui auge, urougnc 16 nere. t ; :
W umineton Star ? i Th atsr-m
day night last was very destructive
u uuuiuus oi unsiow. , ureat dam
age was done to the farms of Mr. P.
X AAnAA' TJ" . v.
inson s farm sixty acres of!cotton bes-
siaes corn and other crons wer rln
stroyea. au fell in great quantities,
some 01 tbe stones-being more than
rour inches, m circumference.. On
tae rarm ot Mr. . D. Mattock, the
storm tore up by . the roots all the
trees in his orchard: blew off th tnn
of his gin house, mashed one niiin of
his dwelling house, and sweot awav
sixty acres of fine cotton, leaving the
fe uuu aa wK.t3u ,tt it was oerore tne
cotton was plan tea. Near Barker's
oriaget we schooners were cansized
the Gold Leaf and . Millie B.. nearly
drowning two men who were on the
liold Lieaf. One man was blown a
hundred feet : from his vessel, but
strange go say was not much hurt:
.. -.. Daager!
If loo have a feellne of ODT.TOltsi.ila And nnonofl-
pess a little above the diaphragm, and just below
the right ribs, aggravated by lying on the right
side, look out! as sure as fate, your liver is dis
ordered. Perhaps not seriously as yet, but fatal
htpatic ab8ceste8 are not uncommon . Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters Is the precise rtmeay to regulate
the liver, and prevont Its congestion and lnflam
wation, and to d'scuss such minor indicia of its
derangement as lellownesa or th .tin k.h
the ee. furred tongue, sourness of the breath.
naosta on rising m the morning, dizziness, sick
headache and constipation. By relaxing toe
bowels Dainleaslr. It odous k Ahnnnai nr vVii
the superfluous bile, cheeks a temtency to conees
on and engorgement of the liver, at the same
tune giving a eentle lmnatim to ttu MAmiiuninHnn .
ane affords relief to the stomach, which is usually
Inactive, one of order and oppressed with wind
when the bowels are oobUyw -tJse the Bitters also
" out ague, meumhusm ana Kidney troub.es
lflrs. -Je Person's Heme
Is still the best Blood Purifier in the market
iixv. n. sicsukm, waoiesale Druggist .
THK TJ, . ASS&T OtTlOS AT CHABIjOTTE, N. C. 1
. CfiAKLorrc, N. C, May U 18. f
O I ItTO proposals will be received for the ft
i rv loslne sr lelea tn h fiirjii.hAvt tha rr a
Office, Charlotte, . c:; "7 "7" v- "-
1st CUSS. , -
900 Batferrea round d crnclbjeg.
Li black lead erticlhies. l'J lnhu hint, e
Ineh mouth .--hum - .
14 blacfc lead crucibles, 9 Inches high, 5 Inch
ii blaclt lead crucibles. 6 Inches high," S1A Inch
mouth. (With same nnmhor nf mrru.jinrii, Mu
ers.) : - -r '
1 inch cupels.
' 48 clay crucible covers. nanr;iwi tn a
nehes in diameter, ' -6
Bnnsen burners. 4h ri a tn-ii tnKa a.
Inch bore, best quality - . . r
1 steel sledge hammer, 4 pound head, 12 Inch
handle, chisel shaped back.
' 1 steel sledge hammer, 10 pound head, 24 Inch
handle, chisel shaped back.
sieei anvu hammer, 8 ounce head, 12 Ineh
handle, chisel shaped back . ) . - rw
1 steel anvil hunmAr a mnM k . iq tn.i.
handle, chisel shaped back. -
- 12 stout iron wire triangles, assorted slaes, 1 Inch
to allien side, . s -
x teei ruober tubing, 4-10 Inch bore. ;
r. "- . 2nd CLASS. . ;
19 pounds aaua ammonia In bottieB nt ahnnr s
pounds each . .. - - - ' "
, 20 pounds nttrla ael C 11q boltles of about 5
pounds eaeh, r
- 1 carboy ultrlo add (lap pounds), tree from chlo
rides, dee. -v .. , ,.. , '. , - .
o pounds acetic acid. -'
800 pounds boraAt. best onajtti, '
! rovnds blue-tone-
nd phosphate soda, C P-. : i : -
V pound oxalic acid C P. . :
V pounds oxalate ammoala C P, j f :: -; "
6 pounds blsolphate potash C Pl -
, 3rd CLASS,
t tons anthracite coal,
- 4th CLASS. '
10 cords hart wood. . . V
6 cords pine wood. - ' i "
. - ' : 6th CLASS. t J , .
2,600 bushels charcoal, - - ; ' , : -
A se Da rate bid is invited for uiiit ninu. tha hin
der to contract for one or more at hU option. The
proposals will he owned, oh the 16th day of June.
ibb ana awaits made subject to approval of de
partment Tbe articles to ba sunnllMl u mnn as
convenient after contract is made.
UfJaT. P. WARING,
majlodltwiw . . . ;. Asaayer In Charge..
CARRIAGE 1ND BOGGY. REPOSITORY.
' A foil line of Carriages: Bnireles PhnAtnns (Tart
Spring Wagons, etc., of the best makes and latest
styles, on hand., .
tWehlcles made to order and repaired. '
a. c Hmrcnisoif co.,
Charlotte, K. C., next to Wads "th8 stables.
pr26aai)r - -
Is not complete until you have added that cbara
, .. log resort . - - -
THE ATLATIl- llOTEtj
MOnElfJBlO C1TT, If. C , ,
Immediately on the Atlantic ocean and one of the
most delightful SUMMEB bEOATS . -
The table the best, and suDDlled with ever? deli
cacy from the sea.
SURP AND STIUi-WATFR BATH-
v ING UN8UBPASSED. . -
Trolling for Blue flan and Spanish Uackarel
tbe finest in the world.
A beautiful beach arid elegant orchestra, and
every amusament to be found at a seaside resort.
' No seaside resort on the Atlantic coast has mo e
natural advantages than Morehead City, and the
new management are deteermlnted to make it
SECOND TO NONE tS THE SOUTH, "'
The seventh season eommencaa Jane 1st " -The
Hotel and Cottages have a oapaolty for 750
gnmts. : - -
v JTor terms and new lllnstrsted paraphlrt sddress
COOKB 4 1'OSTEa BROTHERS, .
.'r : ; ' ' r: i '"'7-
i niHTnlMAP HAM MAB 1 . A
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Com ne tit lOO With fhA miilHtnlo l . i .
B 'alwm,Lpia28phate Powders. Sold only
vv llvluoaul UV
; Charlotte, N. G
VICTOR- the UUREli."
Pre-eminent in everv hicrhfir in
HANAN SHOE has bflrnm. .tha urAonnarl rianJurf :
; for fine wear &monz discnmmatin? frantlsman. ;
Kor eaten A. E. BANKIN BBO
- Charlotte, N. C.
: . ST4KD.4RD
Is the BEST constructed and
finished Turbine in the world.
Tested percentages, with part
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. VQLTA10 BELT CO., SLershall, Uleli.
Always Rare and always sure1. Lodless- BPrtef
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NAME PAPE R .Ch lenester Chemleal Co.,
SS1S HadtKin Sauare,PbUadawPa. .
. Bold Oy Vrnnrtata everywhere. : Aak tor-Chlcki
ta everywhere. :Ak torChlches
Fenny royal l'llla, lake up other.
. scrs jcaarusn"
ACOMTOBTABLB i room cottaere, pantry and
kltcben, wltnln a few hundred yards ot the
Graded School, and six acres of land for rent to v
gooa lenani. appiy to
lania a. S .COCHRANE.Manager
I am an old man. For 28 years I suffered with
ulcers on my right leg as the result of typhoid
fever.. Amputation was suggested as the onlv
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years I never had a shoe on. Swift's Specific has
made aperma' ent cure and added ten years to my
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I have taken Ewirt's Specific for blood poison,
contracted at a medical college at a dissection.
while I whs a medical student. I am grateful to
-say that it gave me a speedy and thorough cure
after my parents bad spent hundreds ot dollars for
treatment. .. .
v Aoansrus Wxsbkl, M. D Newark, N. J.
My wife from early girlhood has been suffering
uulu iiiGuiiiaiisui. dud iuw u-ieu many remeoies,
and I must frankly say has derived more benefit
from Swift's Specific than from alt the others, after
iviuj auu uuuii ui trial. :
- - i . Bxv. Jakes L. Piergk, Oxford, Ga.
Swift's Specific Is entirely vegetable. Treatise on
Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
The Swut Spskcdtio Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta.Ga.,
ClRRf SEEDERS, FLY.FANS,
r "seines, SEINE, TWINE
' " ', ' AND " "
General Hardware Belting'. &c,
At prices that will sell them. 4 Call and see" lis
or sena us your oraers. .,
BBOWN, : WEDDIN GTON & CO.
maj29dlw . .. .
iAL a. c CT! i - .
,- -1- ' j ,
S3 ; MILES ..WEST ;.OF CHARLOTTE ON THE ATLANTA & :
t- The above Resort was newly buitt last Season, ia beautifullv- located and'p.Want.1 v -nrw--
nislied :vHasr an open fireplace in eyery room. New : bath house and bath rooms. 'New
Dancing Pavillion. The table supplied at all times with the best the market affords. .Terms
Reasonable. For further-information address COZZENS & THOMAS -
Apnll4dwel&siintmayl5&3twtausl5 ' ' All-Healing P. O., Gaston county N o.' -
WE KINDLY ASK THE
To read the
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Which vwill appear
IM TBESE COLUMfS
Of the next issue
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
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