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TUESDAY, JUNE 8. 1886
We publish elsewhere jthismorn
t ir mmnnications which .have re
cantly passed between Mr. ftichmond I
Pearson and Hon. R. Y. JdcAaen.
We should have published the cors
resDondence Sunday morning, j by
taleeraDh from Asheville, but by
SDeciaL- request it was thought best
to let the matter appear firsl in the
a ahotrillA nannrs. as eiven to the
nresa by Mr. Pearson.
It will be seen that Mr. McAden
declined unequivocally to fight . a
duel with Mr. Pearson, and in this he
will be justified by all honorable men, I
in our day and time.
The day has passed in North Caro.
lina when, in violation of law, any
man is justified in sending or accept-
ine a challenge.
The day has passed, too, in North
Carolina, when any man's courage
can be tested by the sending or the
accepting of a challenge.
The day has passed, also, in North
Carolina, when any man can create a
. reputation for courage by sending or
accepting a challenge, t
& The public will susta;n Mr. McAden
ia his unequivocal and manly re
sponse to Mr. Pearson, and the latter
will gain little credit by; this, his
sacond, fiasco. . : .,r
THE ELECTION YESTERDAY.
On the 7th day of last month the
, Observer said:
'The Prohibition campaign is on
is. Tne UB8ERVER is a newspaper.
It t a Democratic newspaper. It
was here before Prohibition was
thought of ( it will be here when Pro
hibition is dead. It is not a Pro-
. hibition paper, but it is the greatest
and most extensive medium of com
munication between , the people m
this community. We have said that
we have deplored the fact that the
issue has beeD made at this time,
But the fight is on. "Let him who
. hath no nerve tor the fight, depart."
. We repeat this morning what we
said a month ago. and publish else
where the result Of the ( lection yes
terday. . ' - v :
We hope there will be no heart
burnings or alleviation of friendship
over the result. .
1 We trust every voter who went to
the polls yesterday df posited a bal
K lot to express his honeatJconvictioDS,
:. and men should be charitable enough
r, to believe that honest people can have
different views about public ques
perhaps done some good, ana we de-
-dire to warn .the "wet" men ; of yes
terday that they must not consider
as "license" to sell whisky to
v As "license" to sell whisky to men
who abuse it, .
As "license" to violate the restric
! tions imposed upon the sale of whisky
on Sundays -
Or as "license" to disregard public
propriety in the keeping of any, other
tdan decent and respectable houses.
This community is a temperance
community. - - "
Our people will not tamely brook
violations of the proprieties of so
"clety, . -
; And whenever any man does it he
;will be made to feel tha ' strong force
.of publie opinion, even to the end of
We cannot say more,
- We ought not to say less.
Political Excitement in Englana.
r Loudon, June 7. Political excites
ment throughout ' England, and par
ticularly in London, is very great.
, . i tux pen wra ore pro.
paring for a general election with
much more vigor than has heretofore
been witnessed. A large number of
Tory aspirants for seats in the House
of Commons are retiring in favor of
the Liberal Unionist candidates in
districts where the joint vote is of the
conservative vote with that of anti
Gladstone. The Whigs will probably
secure the election of a Unionist. -5
:30 p. m At this hour the cons
ervatives are jubilant. . They i say
hey expect to defeat the home, rule
tnll by a majority of at least 15. The
Paraelite8 are dubious about the out
come of tonight's division. They all
declare they would rather be defeated
now than have Gladstone make any
more accessions. , The opposition
loudly cheered John Right and Lord
Partington, as'they entered and took
their places. The Parnelites were
all m good voica and gave Gladstone
a most enthusiastic welcome. Every
inch of space on the main floor, as
well as in the galleries, is occupied.
. At the division on the second read
wg of the home rule bill the Governs
ment was beaten by a majority of
thirty. s - '
The vote on the home rule bill wag
311 for the measure, and 341 against
it. s -.
Gladstone then moved tin adjourn
ment uqtiKHiursday and the motion
was adoptedv . ; ;:;v-
'p ' The WewXorsvSrikesfl;
- Nkw -York;-June 7.-ere;asi
DM"f P o ijJwoif taken by District As
sembly. No. 75, in regard to the Third
Avenue strike as yet. "No meeting of
the executive board was held yester
day, i The District Assembly- will
meet tonight to, take action oh ? the
strike; and to depose the leaders, wh
they say have betrayed them, i- The
place of the meeting will be secret
Xhe strikers are exasperated," and
threaten violence to the members of
the board. 1 , . - -
Mrs. Joe Prrion's Remedy
Is st'Jl tie "'1 t.t
".er on thema-ket.
I " . . i-.m I f t -
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THE TALK 121 CONGRESS TES-
Invading ArinywP "
an Apoloicr-The Arthur Kill
Washington. June 7. Senate
MJilnr moved the reterenuo
to the committee
on agriculture ;
Morruisaia u iue uiuum
not prevail, he would move to refer it
if.ipfi on finance. It "
- - J .1 A ' VOTTOnllP
was to De consiuertm
bill the finance committee was tuo
proper one to consider ii. .. ui
if it was to be considered as a bill on
agriculture, it would properly go to
tne committee on agriuui.ui.o.
Then there arose a long turug&io
over the question of relerence, uie
argument being about equal in num-
Kr- nnn nn.rnp.RT.neBH ol bwotbuio
favor of both committees Vurmg
the debate, it was charged .by.Miller
and Van Wyck tnat lmiiaiiou uuiw.
interests were seeking to send the biU-
to the committee on nuance iuuru
tat nothing might be done to it
at be aone w m. -
aTQa finnllv reached, Riving 44
fn Miller's motion, and 551 againe
W WU - - ,
The measure was referred to the corns
m,'fu nt acrfic.n r.ure. ine vow
detail h as follows: .-.
voo Aiiiaon. ; Blair. Cameron,
Pnnrr.' Dawes. Dolph, Evans, Hale,
" o- - T
1 1 -. .i n Acir k Mil rin. ijuticiu. w.v
vr.-n ' Uoknno Mil er. Mitchell Ot
Shorman . - MDOOner. Aeuoi,
WI 1 C .7.' . " 1 J X7J1 rif
Van Wjck, w niuier, auu
Iowa; totals. - ' , -ri
Nays: Aldrich, Beck, Berry,
Tr, tshMpt nail. Coke. Edmunds,
Eustigt Harris, Haley, Jones of
i-r :--. ' T a
w ooo Mo-rov Mnrrill. Pavne.Pugn,
Riddleberger, Vance, Vest, Walthall,
and Wilson ot Maryianu : wuu
The number ot pairs were meu au-.
nounced. - . , x.
Tha nanlar and dmlomatic appro
priation bill was then passed. This
nnno tin finat nroceeded to the
consideration of bills on the calen
dar. , , A. -
irr, roaphintr Piatt's resolution pro
viding for open executive session, the
mWHa "nhif.t,Ad to" were heard, so
TV VA VB w-wjww
the resolution went ovar.
Some debate arose on tne dui re
norted bv Brown, from -the commit
tee on railroads to provide for the
settlement of accounts with the rail
rnH omnanies that had reserved
property from the United. States dus
Hawley called attention to the re
port accompanying the bill. ' If re
terrea, ne saia, io iue u muu i ujjt a
the "invading; army.'? He-knew
there had been a time when the term
inTAiiinc arrav." was applied in the
-South to the army of the Union before
it found out which side had whips
ned. He had not known that that
term was usacr since, oe a.Ynvj)
i - TT IT 1
was a member of the railroad com
mittee and knew that the committee
had ordered the bill to be reported.
leaving to Brown the matter of writs
ing the report. But he did not be
lieve any committee, the majority of
hose members were Kepublicans,
would have consented to the submis
eion to the bsnate - ot a report in
which the defenders of the Union
were styled "an invading army.
Hawley regarded the language of the
report as - groes discourtesy to the
committee. The Senator from Geor
gia had had an opportunity .to apolcn
gw.a for it and had not done so. .
Br own disclaimed any offense by the
words used. He didn't know that he
had rtad the report to the committee,
but he knew that he had stated to
the commitiee the basis of the report.
As to the language referred to he did
not understand what the committee
was meaning by it. Probably it was
an inadvertence to use it under the
circumstances. It had been common
in the South during the war to say
that "the invading army" bad reach
ed a certain point, and the language
was used in that sense, and not with
any other meaning. If it was at all
offensive, Brown was quite willing to
withdraw that part of it, and to say
instead "when the Union army had
recovered possession1 of the States,"
or any other language that would be
satisfactory to the Senate. ' ..
Harrison did not think it proper
that the report containing the word
"invading army," as applied to the
army of the union, was a proper re-,
port to stand on the records of the
Senate.' He moved that the bill be
reeommited to the Committee on
Railroads with instructions to strike
out from , the report the words re
ferred to. Brown asked permission
to withdraw the report altogether.
Unanimous consent peing given, the
report was witbdrawn.tand the bill
was then passed.
The chair disigna ted the following
members to be a special committee (o
investigate the subject of ' Indian
traderships - - Piatt, Cullom, Jones,
of Nevada, Coke and Wilson, of
Maryland ' -
Beck submitted an amendment to
the oleomargarine bill, for reference'
with -that bill to thettommittee on
Agriculture. -Ho said : he did not
wish to be responsible for all , the de
tailed provisions of the amendment.
He then announced bis amendment
to be "House bill on tariff and
taxation.". fLaughterl fthis is Morri
son bill.). On motion of Butler the
Senate,. against the opposition of
Hale, took up the bill: providing for
admitting to the navy - naval : acade
mic graduates excluded "by - the
naval appropriation bill of 1882. with
out reaching a vote oa. the bill, the
Senate went into executive session
and soon afte r adjourned. ; - j -Houbk.
Kelly, of Pennsylvania,
rising to a question of privilege cited
the rule' under .-which the House
meets on Friday, nights for the con
sideration of pension bills. He found
in the Record of, yesterday a 25-col-umq
speech on Edwin M. Stanton,
delivered by the Representative from
the Eighth District of Alabama:
Wheeler when avowedlv there wan nn
business bef re the House. ' The ses
sions which had been set apart for the
consideration of . meritorious busi
ness . were- beipg perverted to the
basest of . ends. Slander of the 'il
lustrious dead, who died from devoted
service to their country.- ; . v
- rieroert, oi Alabama, called atten
tion to the fact that fain nnllpAiriiA too a
absent, and suggested that it would
be eminently proper for Kelly to wait
until Wheeler should be in th
House. ' - . ' , , ' '
. Kelly expressed his willincrnGAH tn
do so. and entering a motion to ex
punge the speech from the Record.
stated he would calf up that motion
ior .action on Monday morning. .
.Henderson, of Iowa.also risinsr to n.
queetion of privilege stated that in the
report of Wheelers 6peechy the re
mark made by himself had been mis
placed, but he,",also, : deferred taking
action until tomorrow.
Crip; of Georgia, rising to a ques
tion of personal: privilege, . said on
Saturday duripg; the debate . in the
House. "I was betrayed into a warmth
of expression which I regret. ; - The
distinguished gentleman from Indi
ana, Holman, whose long service and
whose years entitle him to the re
spect' of the people, was, - and - is X in
full possession" of mine. Ah expres
eioE used by that g;entleman,or which
ings which prompted that warmth of
aYnrAfKion that I noff say I regret.' 1
have had no coramunicatioq with the
centlemen-on this suhiect anai mane
tnis statement to tne nouw
rir hofauao T refill v feel that 'I re'
gret it and I know of no other manly
thing to do than to give public ex-
pression of what my feeling is in this
regard. tA.ppiauae.j , . .
- Holman I accept, very cumfiiuij,
and earnestly, the expressions which
the gentleman has dropped from -his
lips, and wish to recall any words 1
may nave saia, wmuu uuftm w -"
sidered as unkind to him or unjust to
the House. Applause J .
The Speaker then proceeaea to
call States for the introduction oi
bills. . a
Bland, of Missouri, manifested a
disposition to filibuster, and by calN
ine for the reading of every measure
to consume tne aay auu prevoun i
passage of the Missouri Judicial bill
under suspension of the rules; but
finally an amicable arrangement was
made among tne memuera pi mo
Missouri delegation -and a oall was
permitted to proceed without inter-
Among the' bills : ana - resolu
. ... . i
tions introduced and .reterrea
were the following: " .
By Harris,of Georgia, to impose the
graduate income tax.
By Barnes, or ueorgia,to uiviue mo
northern judicial district of Georgia,
By Mahoney, ot JNew xorK, a reso
lution expressing sympathy of the
House with the efforts of Gladstone
and his associates to secure free
Parliament ' for Ireland. - Mah ney
moved to refer the resolution to the
committee on labor, but the -Jiouse
rejected the motion, 209 to 103, and
the resolution was sent to the com
mittee on foreign affairs. ,
By Houk. of Tennessee, proniDiimg
the obstcuction or tne interstate
railroad business. .
BvOates. of Alabama, to prevent
the obstruction of the inter-State
Holman moved the House go into
committee of the whole, for the con
sideration of - the legislative appros
priation bill, but the House rejected
the motion, yeas 71, nays 150.
Cobb, of Indiana, moved to sus
pend the rules and pass the bill res
pealing the preemption, timDer cult
ureand desert lands act.-; '
. After brief speeches in support of
the bill bv Weaver, of Iowa. McAdoo,
of New Jersey, and Springer, the-mo
tion to suspend the rales and pass the
bill was agreed to yeas 183, nays 40.
Townsend, of Illinois, moved to
suspend the rules and pass the Sen
ate bill authorizing the construction
of a bridge across Arthur KilL This
is known as the Staten-Island bridge
bill, and is designed - to admit the B.
& O. R. R. to the water front of New
York harbor on Staten Island. The
motion to suspend tho rules and pass
the Dili was agreed to, Ida to a. Aa
The Morfolk Bank Suit. "
Norfolk, Va., J une- 7. Chief Jus
tice Waite today rendered a decision
in the suit of the receiver of the Ex
change National Bank against the
trustees of. Bain & Bros., which was
tried here week before last. He
holds the deed, the validity of which
was in dispute, to be valid, but
allows the receiver to take any propr
erty he can prove was bought with
the funds of the exchange Bank.
This will give the receive? about
$14,000. - The amount involved in the
suit is about half a million.
Graves Decorated in Baltimore
Baltimore, June 7. The graves of
theConfederate dead in Loudon Park
cemetery were decorated with flow
ers injs aiternoon. ine procession
composed of members of the Society
or the Army ana favy or the Con
fedf rates States, Maryland Murray
Confederate Association, and the
Ladies Memorial Association, with
others, marched from the main en
trance to the Confederate lot around
which a hollow pquare was , formed
Rev. Dr. Murkland offered the prayer
after which Miss Hunt delivered a
recitation. The graves were then
covered with . flowers ' by thp phil
.:. Baseball Yesterday. ;
Washington Nationals i 5,
Boston Bostons 2, Kansas Citys 3
f rmiaaeipnia etroits 1, PhUadel
phias i 1 - - " -v '
Baltimore Baltimores 6, Metro
politans .. :!
Louisville St; Louis 4, Louis-
York New Yorks7. Chicagos
7, (game called at end of ninth inning
on account or oars ness. ;
Pittsburg Pittsburgs S, Cindn
. - Green's Cotton Report.
flW YORK, June 7, Green & Co.
say j ? Trading was light and indiffer
ent, with much of it confined to the
swapping of near, contracts for later
months, and scarcely any new con
tracts coming in. The cable brought
little encouiagement from either
Liverpool or Manchester. Rates here
declei from 3 to 4 points, but at the
close had nearly recovered,' and was
fairly steady. ; Crop reports generally
proved better, a 3d late months found
rery little demand, with a position
somewhat nprninal ia the absence of
a fair triaL - r ; " - . . .
- CaptIVnrdoekiDrowHed;' '
. Denver, Cou, June '7. In cross
ing the Grand river . with a detach
ment of soldiers near Moab yester
day, Capt. Murdock, of the Sixth In-
fantry was drowned. The soldiers
were going to Blue Mountain county
to establish a post, and . while en
deavoring to cross the river on the
ferry boat, the cable broke and Capt,
Murdock in trying to get the boat to
go on the rocks in the canon clung to
the i wire cable and was drowned.
Theeoldidrs succeeded in getting the
boat safely to the other shore.. -
Mm. 'p::,,: vr . - jV
- Secret Session. Preceeding.y
Washington. June 7. The most
important business- done in secret
session today was the.- con fir mation
of Governor Swineford, of Alaska,
and the passage of : a: resolution aus
thorizing - the committee on post
offices and post roads to call tor pers
sons and papers in the - case of' the
postmaster at Norfolk, "Va.
fTesignatloa of Our Minister to
' ;'" - Persia. . '
Washington, June 7,-P H.' Wins
ston, United States minister to Pers
sia, soon after reaching; Teheran foiv
warded his resignation? to Waahipg
ton, and the Secretary of State today
telegraphed him- notice of its accept
ance. ,- -
. ' . - Street Fight in Rome -
' Rome, Jane 7, During this cele-
bration ot the anniversary of General
Garibaldi's death at Padua; an aritk
Austrian demonstration resulted in a
riot and conflict with . the police,? in
which several persons Were wounded
more or ".less seriously: Fif tyseight
rioters were arrested. i -.
: A IteyslutUn. ic?'
Madrid, Mune 7. The Carlists of
Cataloiin are actively - pre-arin fcr
- CUBBFOttPILEg. '
Piles are freanemlr oreeeded ' bv"a' mum f
weight in the back, lolos aad lower part ot abdo
men, eaaaina ine patient to suppose ne Has some
affection of toe kidneys or nelgoormg organs. At
ttmes, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatu
leocy, aneasmess oi ine stomacn, eto. a moisture
liM perspiration, producing a- vry disagreeable
ltebjiifrs after setting warm, is & common attend
ant. Blind. Bier ding and tcn'ng Fllfs yield at
once to the appllsatlon ot Dr. Bosanko's File Rem
edy, which acts directly upon the parts affected,
absorbing the Tumors, allaying the -Intense Itch
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Mattresses. Springs, Bureaus, Marble Top Wash-
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Marseilles Quilts, Sheeting, Pillow Cases, Towels,
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REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
B, E. COCHRANE, Mahaqkb,
THIS AGENCY WILL BUT AND SV.LL. LANDS
of every description and tn any part of Nortb
or South Carolina,' and will lent property In the
city of Charlotte, collect rents, attend to repairs
and make prompt returns, and If desired will at
tend to payment oi taxes, emoting or insurance,
no. r . .
AU property put Into our hands will be , -w
Adrertisecl Free or Ctastv
For a stlimlat'on previously airreed nnon.
1- One dwelling house on B street, 7 rooms, cloeeU
in eaob room, well of good water, lot 09x100 feet.
. ui wu wi vMytnuN. - lima, 4,uuu..
n One dwn Jnc on Mn street, adjoining resldenee
Aof S. M. Uoweu, 4 rooms, well of water and stable.
D One dwelling on South Tryon street, adimntno
Oresldsnoe ot Dr. Bratton, 8 rooms, closets and
'. pantry, well of water, well located for a boarding
house. Pitee. $3,000. . t "TTT
5 One dwelling on owner of Graham and 10th
streets, 6 rooms, kttohen, well fif vater, lot TOO
very desirable property. Price; $1,2807 "
QOm jlsyltog, on Poplar street, 10 rooms, lot
vitjlato urofe, aiuuiou, uuuiuuses, BiaDie, weu
. uyiuwwjugr, mna vu ipiuut to suit purchaser
Qy Two 'ots, Noa. Xr7nd 806, square 46, front
Oft ing W feat on B street and running throueb
toe street. On the premises is a two-story fran.e
uwcuiuri. mtcu nwii uiu iiiu storenouse. .
o j ran wd M Lowesyllte, N p., the;
O t rata. 1 pool, Ume 1 shop house 18x23 bark
house, bark mill house, stable, dwelllngt 10 aorea
fend connected with tan yud. Prtoe il.ooo, pr
OA Lot fronting on Morehead st., SVxS66 feet, I
Jf - small two-room bouse, well, lot well set with
fruit trees. Prtoe am. - .
A 1 Kive-room dwelling with kitchen and stable,
1 lot 99x198 on West Trade street, beautlfn
grove and wallet good water. Prtoe S2.200.
j O -One story frame dwelling and lot on Stone
.1 wall street Price $600. - i -1 "
A Q One lot and a half lot, unimproved, on th
to corner of B and Uth streets. Price $650 .
K Fifty acre of land in and adjoining Hunt
ersvllie, N. C, On the place there is a com;
f ortable tour-room dwelling house, good barn, crib,
kitchen and well . :Very desirable property. Price
$3&&peracre . . ... j
c-j Lot with two-story house, six rooms and two
OO room kltoben, well and garden, being prop,
erty adjoining :J. S. Phillips' rtsldenoa. Prtos
$2,660. . ,
I am a coppersmith by trade, and the' small par
ticles ot brass and copper from tiling got into sores
on my arms and.polsoued my whole system. Mer
cury administered brought on rheumatism, and I
became a helpless invalid I took two dozen bottles
of Swift's Specific. My legs, arms and hands are all
right again. -1 use them withoutpaln My restore-,
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, Jan. , was. Augusta, da.
We have used Swift's Speclfle tn our family as an
antidote lor malarial poison tor two or three years.'
and have never known it to tall In a' single- in
stance. ---':;!.:- - ' W.c.fdblow.
Sumter Co., ffa., Sept. n, 18B4.
' UCERg. .V
For nix or eight veirs T suffered with ulcersoa
my right leg.-1 wit reatedwith Iodide of Potas
sium and Mere jt. and I became helpless. Six
bottles of Swift's jwcIdc made a permanent cure,
U.1X Wiuoh, ealnesvule, (ra.
.February 2J,18i- : , v -v i i
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w. B; Taylor,
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vise the arrangements for all the Monthly
and Quarterly Drawinan of the Louis
iana State Lottery Company, and in per
son manage and control the Drawing
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ducted with honesty, favrneess and m
good faith toward all parties, and we
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attached m its advertisement.1' !
We the undersigned Banks and
Bankers will pay aU Prizes drawn
in The Louisiana State Lotteries
which may be presented at our ' eoun
tere. -."-i ;
J. W. OGLGSBT.
Pres. IOuUana. "aliona.l Hank.
X W. KILBKETII.
Pres. State National -ftank.
Pres New Orlraas Nai'i Hank.
nifPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION ! 1
u o?er Half a Million Distrilntefl.
Louisiana. State Loiter? C :
IneorDOrated In 1868 for 26 veara bv the Lecrtsla-
ture for Educational and Charitable Din-noses with
a capital of $1,000.000 to whkifi a reserve fund of
over $560,000 has since been added. , '
By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 2d. A. D.. 1879. . . ... .
Its Grahd Single Number Drawings will take
place monthly. It never scales or postpones.
1.00K ai we louowing juismouiion:
- . 193d Grand DIauUiIt,
' - " AND THS i
Eitraorflinary Quarterly 'DraiiiiE
In the Academy of Music, New Orleans, Tuesday,
June in, iooo, unoer ine personal
- -( - supervision and management of . - .
Gbn. G. T. Beaukboabd, of La., and.
Gkn. Jubal A. Early, of .Virginia. .
CAPITA. PKIZE. 1S0,00.
$y Notice. Tickets are Ten Dollars
only. Halves, 0. Hlfths, 83.
' ; . , - - Tenths, $1. .
- LIST OPPEIZES.
1 Capital Prize of $150,000, $150,000
1 Grand Prize of . ; 60.000. . ooooo
Grand Prize of 20.000. . 20.000
Large Prices of - . lo,P00, . 20,000
uarso Ffina yi n.UUU, ; 20,000
or - 1 ivvv . ' . nimn
,60 . - '600 . 26;0U0
100 - 800. - flo nnn
g Z '' . . 40,000
1 S -10, 60,000
1,000 60, 60.000
100 Approximation Prizes of
- 1AA IS
1 J 7,500
2,279 Prizes, amounting to $522,600
Application for rates to clubs should be made only
to the office of the company in New Orleans.
pr further Information write clearly, giving full
address. Postal Notes. Express Honev (Inter?. ; m.
NewYork Exchange-In ordinary letter.- Currency
va Aa mm v&utwii, ,
Badstered Lpttara tn ,
nsw 6beanskatiokat. BAKE
Hew Orleans, Ls
TTTrESTEttir IIORTIT (JARO.
.11 . - : Sjl.va Xk Mm . fj . . '
. C., Jan. 6, im.
Oommsnslnir Sunday. Janunrv ivth.
ceding ail others, the following -Passenger train
uupuuip uiu ub uvvntuM over wis toad; t .
Train No I.
Train No. 2.
Newton, v -
Hickory. : ; "
Old Fort, . ,
Warm Springs, f:
' II 01
" 9 401
WE8T; i MPBPHT DIVISION J EAST.
Train No. 7
Train No 6
. Stations "
Ar. I Lv.
Asheville. , . v
Whlttler, - .
Jarrett's,- , ..... "
i 3.69 4 0LI
1.00 P M.-
UDOt ll.Oi I
1.46 1L49 I
. ai9 8.19
- Noa. 1 and 8 run dally, except Sunday. ' :. a
Bound Knob Is dinner station for train wo
.,;..v:-- : ..W.A. TURK, A. B. P. A..
V. S. MoB , Superintendent,
firs. Joe ferii'S IZemeUr
f r . r n t-
. " - -, ' All
. "v, -X'--. --r .'. -I":'. - - . -
- - i-s " IN
bI a aim &;g iMP Hn
" '' 1 TAnd the latest styles in ' , r
e U IT I-NGr'S
' 4 - ' .
, . . ; Our "prices this season will be ; v
TODER THE MARKET
. i . throughout, and where ,
h " Is -regarded we -will
We 'respectfully call your attention to the'large and extensive stock of
Millinery and Fancy tGoods, at Mrs. P. Query's. Trade street Also to the
fact why jshe uses the ' ' -. '- -- . . r
NEW HIGH ARM
I V ERTICAL. : FEED
b&tob' VoiwiMvj- wmwmm
Exclusively in her Dress "Ifakipg- Department, after using other machines
for years. By this New 4Feea Invention'' all seems are made strong and
will not rip. Try it before you buy ; it will cost you nothing. Supplies for
all machines, .
WVUi AND '
SOFTENS d PRESERVES LEATHER-
' Our store is now full of the choicest and most
desirable goods tn eur line. Our stock of Boots
and Shoes this season being in all grades larger
and more comprehensive thn ever, we are folly
prepared to meet any reasonable demand In the
way of Handsome Styles, Low ''Prices and good,
serviceable goods. Everything will be found lust
as represented. . We invite inspection, and guar
antee entire satisfaction' In every particular to aU
who.favor us with their patronage. -
Orders by marl will receive careful and prompt
attention. - ,
: J - r r ' - t
.A Crippled C--""eraf e Says:
GUINN'8 PlUNEEtt. and now welc)v ill im r
could hardly walk with a Stick to support me, and
now walk long distances without help. Its benefit
iw ine u ueyunu calculation. - - - -
; .i. KUjfua ausxiCK,: cotton Buyer,
1 . Macon, Ga.?
Mr - A. II. Rrambleit, Hardware
- . . Merchant of Forsyth., s--ru -Ga
Writer. - .
It acted like a charm on my general health, t
consider tt a fine tonic. I weigh more than I have
for26yearsv.-BaspecUully, ; ' - ' -
- Mr, W. P. Jonfs, Macon, Say .
Hv wife has resalned her strensth and increased
10 nonndH In welaht We recommend GDINN's
PIoNEEB at the best tonic . - w.r JUNS3 "
Cures all Blood and, SIqh- Dispafl0a '-o J 1 - k ' -
V - - - ses. Rheumatism, Scrofula5 Old I SnrPR. A Perfect
'' ' . . ;", " '
Price Per Bottle; $
the new1" -
stand without a rival. . '!
General Agent. Trade St
JTonnstcn Dlock. Tryon Streets-:
' ''' ''' : ' '
6sh - Producer
' " - ' ' - ----
- - or Forty years a Sufferer from
Wonderful to Relate!
"For FoKTt Years 1 have been a victim' to Ca
tarrh thre fourths of the time a sufferer from
KXOHUTIATINtJ PAIKS ACROSS MT FOBEHKAD and MT
NOTRiLa. The discharges were so offensive that I
hesitate to mention It. except for the good it may
o some other sufferer. I have spent a young for-
rane from my hard earning during my forty years
So.--11" ,0 obtaln relief from the doctors. I
w!?e1.Dfttent medlcfnes-every one I could
onl tbe four eornerof the earth, with
S?trTi -n,.TAA8T 57 y68" ot bae
mA. ned' that has cured m eutlrely-made
wrtah im iRn- I 12" Poonds and now
and thiTTni.1 ' thirteen bottles of the medicine,
S?mw? ? "5 1 h 18 thatteing In the
"d meWN-S PIONERB BLOOD RENEW
Ik ... . . ..DVUuy r.UVBVD
, . "No 267 Peoond 8t, Mcioon, Ga.'
l-lt Henry ChVver. writer of the above, f mp.
me?ftTh ,?,"ntr' now of Mocon, Gorgla.
merita the confldenoe of all interested lr. catarrhlv
: A. JXVJBX MAmMliijOT OI AiaCOQ.
;,.t Spring Medicine. "
ooV i - k ,r
x,v jmiiv.ijis.b.sESI MAILED FREE.' . .
, - -TO
WiiifigtoiTal ' the Seaibre
Under the management of the Hornet vt r
rnoy. of charlotte, w. C, will Jeavt 1 f hi . ConK
' PARK. ;
r $3. SO for the Round Trip.
Tickets good for four days Per-ons
WHI have the prlvUege of returning on"!
Special cars will ba provided for ladip !M ,t '
escorts, and under no elrcu "nom
or disorderly eemdact be aUowed 0"
Kefreshments will be wrved on the train
W. J. BYERLY.
E. V. CKHSwelt.
INO. B. BYEBLY
L. J. WALKER.
B- K BHYAN
: Wholesale and Betaii Brocem '
nEW FIIUI NEW GOODS
f N the first day of January ,l886,the underalKBed
General Grocerj BasinVss
At the old stand of Springs A Parw ell. com
Tryon 4 Fourth streets Ware l!fleaffl
eiperlenw, to meet the demands of the trade, anS
give satisfaction to our customers. a
, We wm keep an hand at all times a full stock of
, FAIIILY SUPPLIES
Which will be delivered in any part of tl
We will not be undersold In the Charlotte market
our store for the accommodation of our custo
mers. L J. WALKER & CO.
. -i '
- ' r.rrvTRinn
Until further notice, on and after JueRday, June
1st, our city customers purchasing weekly tickets
will be furnish-d Ice from the company s delivery
wagon in such quantities as desired, from 6 pound,
up, at the unlfrom rate pnee of 50 writs per him '
dred pounds. r Those holdlng weekly tickets of a
higher price can exchange ' tiiem at their option
With our ticket agents at the City Drug Stores for
the lower priced tickets. We are now manufactur
ing and offering to the trade at low rates, a super
ior quality of pure crystal Ice made trom Mecklen
burg sprlng.water thoroughly filtered.
8. W. DAVIS, Supt.
Car Load of 10. tons, ... $5 68 per ton
From 5 to 10 tons, - - . 6 00 per ton
From 1 to 6 tons, i - - 1X0 per ton
100 to 600 pounds, - - - 60cperl001bs
We are now using the celebrated Hyatt niter,
t rough which all ihe water 1b passed before freez
ing, and the trade may rely upon all Irs manulac
tured by us being as pure a It Is possible to make
it. Orders solicited and promptly filled. Lowest
freight and express rates secured for cur custo-,-mers.
, maj22dtf MECXLENBUEG ICE Ca ;
LOOK OUT "
THB COUNTRY 13 FLOODED WITH ADULTER-
. ATKD LARD. .
Examine what you are using yourself, and be
sure it ls not In your kitchen. The odor from It
when cooking betrays It.
- - ' v , , - ' 5
C ASS 'STAR B RAND"
IS GUARANTEED PUBB.
Put up In packages from 8 to 800 pounds
It ana you wiu use no otner.
... G.;CA83ABD 4 SON, Baltimore. Md.r
OtTRBBS OF TEK CELEBRATED ' STAB BRAND1' MILD
CUBED HAMS AKD BAOON.
I f f f f HALAKVTO AeEBTTS.-Addresf
Olw Wonce, DR. SCOTT'S ELECTKIU UUCUMt
642 Broad way. if ew Yprk The OtUy CieBiuue.
Bstabllshed ) ls the only School
in Vfor boys in tns
I'M!! Smith with fiAS
LIGHT, a first-class GYMNASIUM, and a firgt-clasi
- Special terms to young men of small means.
- The 183rd session begins August 25th. .
For catalogue, address
Maj. R. BINGHAM,
jBt-. . . Binaham School. N. C.
Ioctors Cerlflcate Cane
I nave used GUINN'8 PIONEER BLOOfr B
NEWER in several cases of cutaneous diseases ot
long standing with the most satisfactory results.
Have vwn the happiest results follow Its use la
Syphilis of the worst lorra, and believe it to be the
best alterative in use.-
. - r 3 T. ULIS.M.C.irifBo.es.
A VolCBVomxthelLon Star State
GUINN'S.' PIONBEB BLOOD BKNEWEB has
cured one. of my children ef the worst cases
of Scrofula I ever saw. - Her skin is as clear ss
.mine, and the doctors say it is a perfect cure, in
their opinion. ' I am tbanktul for having tried tns
remedy. ' WM. L. PARKi, Dallas, Teias.
. . .. . Satabmah, Ga.4 January 20, 1888.
GTJINN'S PIONEB BLOOD BENE WEB has
made several cures of Blood Poison and Rheuma
tism among my customers. I most oeartilr re
commend it to sufferers from these affections.
, C. M. HILLMAN, Druggist.
,'vv ;i Nkw Obuiks, La.. Jaiuary 16. 1896.
I have been cured sound and well f a bnd ease
of Blood Poison by the use of 15 bottles of GUlNh 8
PIONEER BLOOD MENKWEB, I will sound Its
praises forever JACOB KBCTE.
t- I rm acquainted with the above ease, and
most heartily Attest it
EUGENE MAY, Dmgtot, Canal street
: Large S?ze-$1 75.
L J. -WALKKK I CO.,