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LONDON SAL-TJ8CATELLECO. -'
LONDON. XNOLAKS. . ". -
Bt-'vare of Imitations. The genuine In "bine
wipers only.' '
tar Send for circulars to ft. EV4NOVTTCH.
General American Manager, P. O. Box 1968, New
lorkClty. A bents.-R H. Jordan Co., L. R
Wrlttton. Druggists, C harlotte, N . C. .
Ja.3ldwly Mention this paper.'
" 1;AIR NOTICE
C, June 7th,S8t,;
A f A MEETING OK THE 1XECUT1VE COM- I
i mlitreoitne froQiDiiionciub, the following
resolution was Introduced- and unanimously
Rolved. That we give the liquor. Interest and
whl- key par y notice now that we intend to renew
ihls battle n the nrst Monday in next June, and
that they may put their uouses la order, so tbsj
can have no conAplut about being closed without
notlcw, , -
Published by order of the Executive Committee.
, - VC W, ALEXIN OBB.
un8dtt . , . ' - Chairman,, !J.-
CASH OR TRADE,
BOOK AND STATIONERY ; STORE,.
No. 17 &Tryon Street,
WATER PROOF -PalST,
Any Size Package;
PITT TO A BAHKEL
foj sa0 at
C. P. Wheeler's
PAINT AND OIL HOTJSB.
CITY TAX RETURNS
TAKR WOTIciB. -
NOTICE IS HEBBBT G1VBN TO JLL PEB
sons .esw ng in the City ot Charlotte, or who
City on the drat of June, lb86, or who a liable to
poll tax, to return to roe. ou or b.-lore the tost AW
of June, a list of their taxtble property and poilsl
In said City, on said 1st of June. 1886 Pursuant
to See. 30, amewled Charter ot Cl
FkED N4SH. Treasurer;
Returns taken from 1st to 80th of June at office
In City Hall irom 9 o clock, a. m, to 3 p. m. .
may29 - " "
ltlra. Joe Person's Hfcnidy y
Is still the best Blood Partner on the market.
JisO. H. McADKN, Wholesale Irugglts.
Land jf the. Sky.
FOR RENT. .
rraa WT.Y. RTT1T.T
1 nlaoes. brtuitlfully situated,
boarding booses, or Mge famines. Bent reason
able. Apply to T. BAXTKB WUITK.
- juneltuesAfrf ' Highlands, N. C. .
CC I'desirable balldln lot fronting W 'feet
00 on Trade street, and running through to
Fourth street, oetween the property of CoL H.
Jones an 1 Dr. CDonoghue, known a the Or. J.
" llri. Joe Person' Ilemedy
.It still tbrr 1 r " t -;
man & Philportt's
tttt ttatJutte Obrvrc.
TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1886.;
Airival and Departure of Trains.
v Correct for the current month. .'
- Richmond and Danville aib-Lihx.
No. BO Arrives Mt Charlotte front RMmiuul at.
"i.W a. m. Leaves for Atlanta at 3:00 a. m.
No .61 Arrives at Charlotte from Atlanta at 45
a. m. .Leaver for Richmond at 4:15 a. m.
" No. Ki Arrive at nharlnttA fmm ninhmimri at
la.fljp.m. jjeaves ror Atlanta at 1 p. m.
ft o. 63 Arrives at Charlotte from Atlanta at 6 J5
p. m. Leaves for Richmond at 6:40 p. m.
Loc Freight and Passenger Train leaves for
muh atoau a. m.; arrives rjrom Atlanta at eisu
Cil tBLOTTX, COLUMBIA AMD AUOCSTA. '
Arrives from Columbia at 6:15 p. m." "
. Leaves foi Columbia at 1 p. m. :
- C., C. 4 A. A., T. AO. DmsiOB. -
-i Arrives from Statesville at U -Sb a. m. " .
Leaves for Statesville at 6:40 p. m.
Cabolin a Central.
Arrive from Wilmington at 7 JO a. m.; Leave for
Wilmington at 8.16 p. m.
Arrive from Laurlnburg at 4.40 p. Ilk; Leave for
Lanrlnburg at 7.30 a. m. .
Leave for Shelby at 8.16 p. m.; arrive from Shelby
at 6.40 p.m.
General Delivery opens at 8 .00 a. m-; doses at
7:00p.m. ' - . . .
Money Order Department opens at 8.00 a. m.;
Hoses at 4 aDC p. m. - -.. -,
sv . Weather Indication." - ,-
"For , Maryland, Virginia, 'North
Carolina; South Carolina, Georgia,
East Florida, .West Florida, Ten
nessee. Alabama and .MiesiasiDDi.
local rains, "stationary temperature,
Index to New Advertisements.
Wlttkowsky & Barncb. A harvest for the ladles
Hargraves Aixander Special sale day.
T. L Selgle A big offer . .-. ' ;
C. W, Alexander Fair notice .'
CS" Settlements for debts dun Tun okhkrvkh
or myself by Col C W. Alexander, or Mr. H. A.
Deal, wUl be recognised at th's office.
. . CHAS. R. JONBS, . "
, Editor and Proprtetor.
-r-Tbe ; rainfall since Sunday has
been heavy, amounting in all to 4.
Wittkowsky & Baruch's large es
tablisbment will Bhortly be lighted by
. "electricitv. ."j.
i--On account of the election ex
citement, there was no meeting of
-the board of aldermen yesterday..
Mr. R Ii. Goodman, proprietor
of the ..Poison Springs. of Iredell
county , has completed the equipment
of his hotel, and is now prepared to
'.aj- meeting of the prohibition ex
ecutive committee was held lst
night, andr aawill be 'seen by a no
tice given elsewhere, they will pick
their flints and try again. . 1 - f
The gauge of the North Carolina
division of the Richmond & Danville
road is to be changed today between
Company Shops and Goldsboro, and
and then the great task will be fully
A hop is to be -given by the
Junior Pleasure Club this evening at
8 p. m. to which the friends of the
club are invited. Gentlemen - can
purchase tickets from Mr. A. D. : Os
borne. . .. f " .
"--The Richmond &! Danville rail
road Will sell round trip tickets for
Trinity commencement at 5 cents
per mile. The tickets will be on sale
on the 8th, 9th and TlOth. and will b
good until the 12th. 3 - ' ;
; The closing exeroisea of the Pine-
ville HiV School will be held on the
nights oTie 17th arid 18th insts. Mr.
W. P. Bynum, Jr., of this citv, will
deliver an address before the school
on the evening of the 18th. ,
A speoial request 'lias been made
for a repetition of the Macon School
entertainment, and Capt. Barrier and
his boys will doubtless be oompelled
to succumb to the pressure, and an
nounce the date for a second enter
tainment. - . ' ;
Governor Colquitt, of .Georgia,
was booked for a prohibition lecture
in Concord on Sunday afternoon, but
the wreck on the Air Line threw him
nff his base." He got into Charlotte
yesterday morning and stopped him
at the Central. : - v ' v
- A couple of colored individuals
were yesterday arrested and bound
over to court for a violation of the
law which provides that there shall
be no selling or giving away of whis
key on election day. Chey had been
treating " eachf other, "
Federal Court' meets in Charlotte
next Monday.1' It is yet uncertaia
about a provision of money to pay
jurors and the five men who . were
put in jail here last February on
charge of counterfeiting may yet
have to lie in jail until the December
term of this court before a-trial is
reached.. 'J I,
a reunion of the old veterans of
tfompahyl. 'Southern Stars," First
RAo-i m An t North Carolina - V oum-
-TT"0 " -
teers, will be held in I4ncolnton on
Thursday, the lOt inst This is to
celebrate the ?5th anniyernary of tnis
qompany, which participated ift.the
battle of Bethel, twenty-five : years
ago. There ftre about twenty
five survivors of this company.
A dinner will he given ,th.e survivors
at the wncointon ttoiei. j.ue wu
colnton cornet.' band will : be in ats
A Passenger Train Deratlod. -
: Tne southern bouQa.. : passenger
train, No. S2t on the Air' Line road,
which left Charlotte for Atlanta last
Sunday afternoon,' was thrown from
the track, near Gaffney's. The'accis
dent was caused by o rail turning
under the baggage car. f All the cars
left the track and turned S over on
their sides, resting against an em
bankment. - There were a number of
passengers on b,oard and all of them
Were pretty badly snaicen up, but no
one was injured beyond a few slight
bruises; A young lady received a
cut on tier sbalp, and a male passen
ger was hurt m his side. It was at
first thought that one of his ribs was
broken, but this did not prove to be
true. The baggage master was sorely
bruised, but beyond these cases, 8
one was injured, Tbeaacident caus
ed a bad blockade wb,ich was not
cleared beEore yesterday morning. It
is not thought -that the change of
gauge was in 'any way the cause of
tho accident, as even the best epiked
CHAELOTTE GOES WET;
I ESTER DAI'S E LECTIO H
TI11S CITY. .
The Prohibltlouists Defeated by
a Large majority Incidents of
the v Pay Eleellons in Other
Towns-TheWet and. Iry-Col
' umns, , .
., The contest over prohibition; which
has been waged in this city for th
past few weeks, culminated jester
day in ; a heary defeat for, the prohi
bitionists at the ballot - box. : . The
voting began early, ancjl there was
great animation on both sides through
out the day. It was seen early in the
day that the election was going in
favor of license, the - only question
being as to the size of the -majority,
yet the prohibitionists never once re
laxed their efforts, but worked ener
getically until late in the evening,
when the, victory was conceded to
the anti-probibitionists. t
The entire vote cast was 1,607. vOf
this number -1,018 were cast for
license, .and 589 " for 'prohibition.
making a majority of 429 for license.
The vote of -the city by wards was as"
- 213 -88
Majority for license.....'.. - 429
The only ward ip the city carried
by the prohibitionists was Ward -4,
and the majority in that ward was
only 13. According to the report of
the -registrars, the total registration
of the city for this prohibition elec
tion was 1,932, and from his ap
pears thaK525 voters who , registered
failed to vote.' . .- ' 1' ,
A great deal of interest was mani
fested in the progress of the election,
but the best of order prevailed, and
not a drunken man was seen on - the
streets. The day opened with- dark
clouds overhead, and at intervals the
rain came down in copious showers,
.driving - the crowds to places of
sneioer. o.ne polling places were
thronged all day long, and. bet ween
showers a procession of . children
paraded the streets, carrying flowers
and bearing alott banners inscribed
with mottoes. The colored, popula
tion, turned out in lull force, and
voted almost solidly ' for license.
Their badge was a red, white and
blue ribbon, upon which was printed :
Freedom and Liberty.'' The result
of the election was hailed with great
delight by the colored voters,; who
paraded the streets with bottles, jugs
and kegs held aloft, and waving flags.
The cornet band appeared on the
square in the band wagon and dis
coursed music, after which the
crowdSgdfcpersed, and by.ten o'clock
the streets were deserted.
All throughout the day prayer
meeting services were held in the
Tryon street Methodist church; and
were largely attended by ladies; The
pastor, at one of these services, ad
monished all, in case of defeat,, not
to be discouraged, but to renew their
rnergy to fight the battle again next
June. - 1
Elections Elsewhere. . :
CONCORD GOES DBY. : '
Concord, N. C , June 7. The elec
tion in this place resulted in favor of
the prohibitionists by -25-majority.
No. 11 township, which adjoins Con
cord : township went "dry" by 28
majority. The . electioa . passed off
auietlv. and - there were -no -.distur-
ASHEVHjLEWET. - ..
Asheville, N. CiJune 7. The
election here resulted in the defeat of
nrobibition by 114 votes. Great ex
citement but good order prevailed. .
. THE NEWS FROM STATESVILLE.
Statesville. N. C, June 7. The
vote in Staleaville today resulted:
456 for license and 173 for prohibi
WINSTON AND SALEM BOTH DRY.
Special to Thx Obsbrvbb.
. Winston, N.
C, June 7. The elec
tion nere today passed off quietly.
The majority for prohibition in the
township is: Winston 69, Salem 28,
a total majority for prohibition of 97.
TOWNS HE IRD
Special to Thi Obssrvfb.
REiqa, N. O., June 7. Local op
tion. elections, were held. today at
many points in the State.. Thore was
much excitement, but - the elections
passed off quiejtly, - The. prohibition
ista carried ' the day at Baleigh b r
sixty majjority, and they also caryied
at the following places Oxfords
Einston, Henderson, 'Warrenton,
Loutburg, Winston, Salem, Apex,
Beaufort township and Seaboard.
' The antUbrohibitioniats carried
elections at Durham Franklintori,
Beidsville. Holly Springs, Morehead
Oity,: Asheville, Qoldsboro and Little
ton. The election -was upon theques
tion of license or no license for the
sale-of spirituous - liquors, and goes
into effect at once where prohibition
was carried. . - - -
So far as heard; from,the result o
the election in the vurious towns yes
terday, : may be samffied uo as fp-
Winston, . '.
Statesville, i -
Goldsboro, ja .
The Weaker 8."-rv -Are
Immensely strengthened by the use of Dr. R.
T. Pierce's "Favorite- Prescription." which cures
all female derangements, 'and gives tone to the
system. Sold by drngglRts: . 5 :
- nira. Jee Persoa'i Rem
Is still tb" b t P,n"1 F -'er in tie nwket.
Election of a Board of County
Commissioners and a Superin
tendent of , Public Instruction-
Taxes . Ierted A Reduction t of
the Taxes from I.ast Tear. J
The board of magistrates for Meck
lenburg county met at the court
house yesterday, according to notice.
and there was a good attendance, the
roll call showing. 54 members of the
board present. Capt. R. P;rWaring
was called to the chair. The election
of a board of . county commissioners
being in order, a large numbar of
names were offered, for election. The
first ballot resulted in the election! of
three out of the old board. - Those
elected'on first ballot were: ' Thomas
Grier, 29 votes ; T. L. Vail, 28 votes ;
S H, Hilton. 29 votes ; J. R. Morris,
29 votes. - All of these were members
of the old board except Mr. Grier. A
second ballot was bad for the election
of the fifth- and remaining membsr of
the board, but with no result - After
several iallotings, ?Mr. H. K Raid
was declared .elected, having received
32 votes. " The new board will ibe
composed of T. L. Vail, Thomas
Grier, S. H. Hilton, J. R. Morris and
H..E. Reid. . f .
The election of commissioners be-
ing concluded, the bord of magis
trates adjourned to meet in joint ses ¬
sion with the board of county com
missioners for the election of a coun
ty superintendent of public instruc
tion. Mr. i W. W. Robinson, the
present incumbent, was re-elected..
The tax levy was then made as
State and general special pur
poses, on every $100 worth of .
State taxes for public schools, on I
every $100 worth ot property. 12
Taxes for general county pur
poses, on every $100 worth of
Taxes for special county pur ;
poses on every $100 worth of
property -. , . . . . ; . .'. : i . .
State poll tax, for education and
for the beneht of the poor. ,
State poll tax, for school pur
POS63.. .... ... .
County poll tax, for education
and for beneht of the poor.. . ,
Road tax...:...- ,07
And upon all other subjects' liable
to taxation, the same tax as levied
by the State, except under section 34
of the revenue law, -which shall i be
only one-half. 1 1
The value of all property in the
county liable to taxation is $7,891,-
The above schedule shows a ides
crease in the taxes this year of eight
cents on the $100 worth of property,
five cents being cut. off f romthe tax
for general county rJurposes, !and
three cents -from the road tax, and
this in addition to the half tax levied
under section 34 of the revenue law.
THE LEXHGTOJr AFFAIR.
Lynching of the Guilty Man-'IIe
Makes a Full Confession . and
the Lynchers Io Their Work
Speedily. -;- . j
Alfred Long, one of the negroes im
plicated in thefourder of A. J. Mc-
Bride and wife, near Lexington,! the
details of which were given in Sun
day's Observer, has been lynched by
the indignant citizen? of the com
munity in which- the outrage was
committed. He was lynched at 3
o'clock last Sunday -morning at a
spot about - five miles ' from : Lexing
ton. It appears that after Lobg s
incarceration, additional tacts were
brought out serving to establish! his
guilt beyond a doubt. . iiong's wife
first made a confession implicating
him, and a crowd at once collected
and made a raid on the jail. Xiong
was secured, and Womack", his
brother-in-law, who had also been
arrested- anl imprisoned onr the
charge of murder, - was released.
Lwg made a full and complete con
fession, telling how , he had
slain y;' the : two . persons
while they were quietly eating their
supper. After killing Mr. and iMr&
McBride, Long's first thought was to
secure the $300 which they were said
to have in their possession, and he
soon found the money. He thenet
fire to the house and hastened away
to his own home. : The bodies of Mr.
and Mrs. McBride, and everything in
the house were burned. Long was
arrested early last Saturday morning.
The prisoner repeated his confes
sion while the lynching party were
moving of! with him, and stated at
the last: lI am guiltyand knew
what would I be' the. consequences.."
The work of adjusting the rope, when
the spot selected for the hanging had
been reached, was, speedily perform
ed, when Long was swung up, and
the lynching party qqietly dispersed.
Tf Criminal Oaurt, .. - y : '
The June term' of the Mecklenburg
Criminal Court'; was.oonvened in this
city at 3 b'olocfe yesterday af ternoon.
Horn. O P. Meares presiding and Sao
licitor George JJ. Wilson prosecuting
for the State. ..The grand jury to
serve for the present term was drawn
as follows: John E Oates, foreman.
R C Bell, R C Miller,-W O Neal, W F
McGinn, G W Howie, T O Alexander,
WLG Flow. J, E Lemmond, Lee
Campbell, H T Coltharp, J AlMarks.
" After Judge Meares' charges to the
grand jury, the court turned its at
tention tto a revievf . of tQado,cket,
and 8eyefal Boiallcaaeg were dispose
ol bv subm,tssron. i';.There is one capi
tal case to be tried a.tth(s term or the
(jourt that of George Moore, colored,
for an assault upon his own daughter.
The grand jury yesterday found a
"true bill against ' Moore, and i he will
be arraigned in oourt this morning.
Jjasa Ceekx, Eender Co., N. O , )
. ' ' June 4th,' 1886."f
To the Editor of ThkObskrtxb. ; : . h -
' It may be or interest to many m
vour section of the State to say that
much mail matter conies to this office
from and around Charlotte evidently
intended for a section named Iong
Greek," in Mecklenburg county, but
There is but" one postoffice in Jhe
Btate by the name of "Ing Creek,
and that i3 in Pender county. Hence
inucu 01 , tne man matter tnat . is
directed to parties in the Long Crck
uecuon, in mecKienourg county, nnas
its ; way to - the dead , letter office.
What, is the-name of the office in the
Long Creek section! -
. - Postmaster,
Long Creek, Pender Co., N, C.
STARTLING BUT TRUE.
wills Point. Texas December 1. 1886 After 1
BiTfferiDK tor more, than three yean with dte- I
ease of the throat and lungs, I go; to low last I
sp ng 1 was entirely unable to da anything, and
my, cougn wa so Dad 1 itcarceiy slept any at night.
MytlruKKlst. Mr. H. F Goodn'eht. rent me a trial
bottle ot !b Eos vnko's Coooh and Lcno Syrcp.
I found relief, and after uslne six il.iO bottles. I
wan enureiy ourwi. .; v. j J. M.. WELD EN.
bom dj l. k. wnsvon. --s ,
MtUUETil BY TCtGttKAPO
T JDNr " 1886.
BaIiTihori. Klour Steady; Howard .; Street
an J Western- Bunernne sa.80jf i3.00:-' Extra
$8.103$3 83: Family - i4.00Siii.75. City MUls
buperflne S2 BOaiil.00; ttlo bra its 1450S4 75.
wheat wutnern a met: western lower and
dull; Somnarn red 1:3 1 86: amoer 88a aO; No.
1 Maryland oawstKOo; JMa -t western -winter re-i
snot July 62 bid. Com Southe-n uteacy:
Western high r and dull: Soutnern white 43aio: 1
yeilOW . - . - -
Chicah JTiootr Steady: Wheat-.sctva and
unsettles June 7t3Aa7iUi: July 78iA5)79lfe: au-
Kust 783ha77 Corn firmer and higher: cash
June WfoQ-'m: July 358tM 0..ts !
firmer: cash 27: June 26S27: July 271AS273s.
ju"dd kfi iv' civ no cAuva uibuui( vaou f uuui ui 1
i8.7US!i85: August $8,7638 821A. Lard
firm and higher; canh,,$blO; July J6.15a$6 25;
August $6.tfVa$6XO& Boxed meat steady; !
dry salted shoulders 4 45314 50: short clear
sides 5.80S$5 85; short rib sides steady; cash
15.45. WhlsKey steady at tl.14. Sugar easy:
manaara a bi. - v -.
Micw yoBX. aouxnern nour uncaan-rea: . com
mon to fair eUra, $3.25a$3 65. Wneat lower and
closed steady; no. a ra June &txttvm: -July
k. Corn advanced - Vzoiwc: No 2 43
435b in elevator: June 43ffi431fo Oats ikdile
higher but quiet; No. 2 June 84 Vt - Hops un-
ebanged. uonee spot nur too dun at stag, sugar
nom'l; Centrifugal 5; Mu cavado 4; Porto Blco
4 9-16. fair to good rennlng 4 13-164 16: refined
steady; CSftioiA; Standard A 6; Cut Loaf and
Crushed Wlm Granulated 6V4. Molasses
17 for 60 test, bice steady. Cotton teed oil crude
22327; refined 310)34. Rosin dull $1.00$! 0 .; Tur- I
JiAaiO, Texa lOaiOiA. Wool aulet; domestle
inline weuKer at nzvg. tuaes nrm: new urieans
fleece - Zia&; pulled 14933; Texas . 922
Pork steady long clear fm. Lard 6c higher;
spot $6.26; July $6.32. Frelghhi nrm. Cotton
ll-64d. Wheat 4d. ,
. -r-'WaTal .Stores
WnjKniimw Turpentine quiet at 29. Rosin
firm; strained 70; good strained 75: Tar
firm at il.25; crude turpentine firm; hard
$1.25; yellow dip $1 60; virgin $1.80
Savannah-Turpentine firm at 23Mi; sales 250.
Bosln quiet at 90a;$1.07l; sales 100
UHABLXSTON -Turpenune KiQiei at wv. uosm
stead; at 85 for good strained.
NRW YORK. . -
KxchanM 4.871A. Money 192 Sub-treasury
balances gold $129,191,000; currency $15,028,000; I
wove-.nments dun; tour per cents si.asti;
threes tl.WBu. State bonds entirely neglected
Aiatama viswA.it toe i.ms 1
uiajs if. nves. ... .... . ............ i.vi
Georgia 6's. ....... l.ouft
Meoreia 7's mortgage l.iu
North Carolina 6's ;. 1.1814
North Carolina 4 s..... 95
South Carolina Brown Consols 1.11
Tennessee 6's.,... 67va
Vlrglnlati'8.. : 44
Vlrelnla Ciiiso1s......j...i.. . 53
Chesaneake and Ohio ... 8
Chlcaso and Northwestern...... l.lSUt
Chicago and monnwestem, preierrea..
Delaware and Lackawanna
Louisville and Nashville.
Memohle and Charleston.
Mobile and Ohio
Nashville and Chattanooga..... -i.....
New Orleans Pacificist
New York Central
41 . !
Norfolk and Western preferred.............. - 3i
Northern Pacific common.... 214
Northern Pacific preferred..... 6Vfc
pacinc mail oam
Reading......: M 2i
Richmond and Alleghany... v 3
Richmond and Danville. i.i... -1.11
Richmond and West Point Terminal. 3
Buck Island..., i.an Va
Texas Pacific..... 1U&
Union raainc... .......i.. R84
New Jersey Central..... 62 .
Missouri Pacific l.f8i
western union ; bitg
Bid. tast Did. Hunerea. risked. x. inv.
middling 834; net re
celpis 21; gross 22;
: Great Britain : eontl
nent . . - 1
Nobvolk steady;, middling : net receipts
724; gross 724; sales 394; stock 17,187 exports
ooasiwise : coiiwiieui ; trreati eriuuu
BAliTiMORa uuii; middling y a-ib; net receipts 1
4; gross 3b6r sales ; stock 18,195; spinners
-: mnnrts coastwise : weat Britain
gross 675; saies : stock 6.310: exports coast
boston uoiet; miaanng w: r.ei reeeiim 20;
wise -; 10 wreai riuun .
wrr.mNOTOM bteady; middling v. ' net re-
eelus 4: gro a 4; saies ; stock 32,824; exports 1
, PHrLADMraiA inu; ,iovf middling sb; net 1
receints &: cross 3: sales : stock .13.287.
1269 grots 12b9; sales 300; stock 12,161 r exports
tVARNH vuiei; mraanng o 11-10. nei receipts
Kkw Orleans Quiet: mUdilng K; net
receipts 87; gross 1766; sales 800; Btrck 89,667;
ei porta coastwise ; 10 ureat Jtsnuun
France : continent . '
Mobil steady; middling vafi; net receipts
615; gross 615; sales 1000; stock 16,632; exports
Mwfltwts ureas Britain -
MKMPHis ouiet: middling ; receipn xa:
hlnnients 2475: sales 6SU. stocK SSS.UJ.
AnanaTA yuiet; miaoiing eon; reotipiB o; saies
stock 243. -:.
Chaklbston uuii: middling a; not receipts
829; gross 325; sales 1600; stock 11,429; export
continent 1801); eoastwlse 844;;Uret Britain
HTnM . - .
Nsw York Biraay; sales 010: middling apianoa
9V; Orleans 9 716; consolidated net iwelpw
43?2: exports to Sreat Britain 6846; to franco
So); eonuneni Zisao.
:wm VriRi Net receints .-. : gross 407:
futures closed barely steady; saies 5,aju oaies.
august.. . ..
November..... .1.. . .. ...
Deoember. ...... ...... ........
Fnruary . .. .......
April .. .. .... ....
9 81 32
t.Irerpool Cotton Marltet.
i.TvwmwYir.. June I. (Mfm.. with fair demand;
Uplands 6id; Orleans 5 8-16d; sates ia0); specu
lation and export 1600; receipts 13,000, Americas
12,700 Futures steady, -
uplands low miaaung ouuiae mue vuu auu
delivery 5 S 64d. - , .
July ana August a tna
August and September 6T-4d.- ; ...
September and October 6 8 64.
Ocooer ana Movemoer 09 ma. .
November and December 4 $2-&kL
TtoMmnnr and Jamuirv 4 62 64d. -
l p. m. Sales American 6,900, Juno delivery t
6-64d. (buyers.) - i
June ana juiy o uta. vmamj 7 -, v .v
July and August a 6-6d (bnyers.)
ineut and September 6frtd. (bnTers.) -
L. September and October 6 64d, (buyers.) ;
November and Deoember 4 63 64d. (buyers.)
neoemOff and January 4 63-64d. (buyers J
September 6 1 64d, (seUers.)
lhujinu finsnd Htnadv. ' -. .
4 p. m. Dnlands low . middling clause June
delivery 6 64d. (buyers.) x .
June and. July 040 tonyers.)
July and August 5 6-flla (buyer.) -
August and September 5 64d, (buyers.)
September and October. 6 3-64d (buyers.) -::
October and November 6d, (sellers.) .-
November and December 4 6S-64d, (value.)
December and January 4 63-64d, buyers.) - -September
6 7-4d, (sellers.) - ' .
Vuturea closed qu et but steady. ' -.
. '" City Cotton market .
, Omcrs or thi Obstbttb, 1
: v - : , Crablottk, N. C, Juue 7, 1886. f
The city cotton market yesterday ehued iteady
at tne iouowing quotations: - - , ... -- .
Good middling..,,... :, . ....77 ; ' 8.75 .
tjtnct Middling;,,,.... ...... .j .. 8 ,871a
MldOlinSu.,,..' t ; 8.60
Ttaseji. : .. 825
Stains.'...-.!.. . ... . . 67.75
Heoelpts yesterday,,. ,.W.....M.;.,. ....... H .
CITY riJODlJCE MABSETi -
Corn per bushel... 6163l
meal per Dusuei..,... ........ .... owstu
vueaii yes uubiioi.... ........ ........... guut.uu
Peanuts per bushel..... .....iaoaL15
Flour FamUy ........................... .!i.3D2.85
. ., BXWa.-'.M-r...- itifcsezsu
- Sutier. . .... 2.20ff23&
Peas -Cltu, per baahel..., 853 tfO
- Mlied............. 80Sa6
Dried jrnut-Appies, perm.. oat
; unpoelftd.... ' 4
- BlaokhiMTles..... ...... . 6a?
. treacnes. neeieo. -: rro
PntmtflHt Sweet .1....... 55r?60
, iTUh ....... l.ipffil.50,
caboege, per pouna.. xnwt
unions, per ousntu ...... . -. VDtr.su
Beeswax, per pound.;;..;.....,.... '; Jea23
Tallow, per ponnl 6fr6Ui
Butter, per pound.,... HiiW
Cliicfcenj. ........... ...........;..... - 20a
DUCkS .. ..... r v.. ........ - 4J(t:
Turkeys, per poun L la
l aUoHtPrp4 -a l, net , . 7
; 5 f ozeri White Jhirt.
Double back and
50 cents eachl
We are selling aa elegant Seersucker Goat
and Vest at SI 50.
We are selling an elegant wool Suit , at
We are selling the
in the city. : . .
TSxtra' Pants for Boys in age from ,5 to
13 years. . ,.
Boys hirt VV aists in
cale and Seersuckers.
Leading Clothiers and Tailors Mail orders promptly and carefully attended to
Our stock is now full and complete,
UUU'IW AJNii'ailUJad taat we have ever otterea lor tne s
Spring and Summer Trade.
' Our orders were placed with the best
otter a very superior line or -
Fine Shoes, Slippers' Newports . and. Paris Ties.
. . ' ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF - : . . : ' " - :
TRUNKS, VALISES ARID HA1D BAGS,
GLYCERINE POLISHFRENCH BLA.CKING, BLACKING BRUSQE3, &c
. Wejwiah especially to call attention to our elegant line of .
GENTS' CUSTOM MADE SHOES.
Prices to suit the times. "
Keeps the largest and
A bed-room uit of 10 pieces,
: l- " "M0. "
130.00. : I
A bed-room suit of 10 pieces,'
45,00. . . I -
Elegant walnut and cherry
A parlor suit ol 7 pieces, imitation of raw silk, $30.00, :
- A " r 7 ' raw
$40,00. i ; I ;
Pailor suits of i7 pieces, domestic or silk plusb,"$40.00 to
Lounges in great variety from $5.00 to $30.00.
Sideboards f " 15.00 to 125.00.
Baby Carriages in great variety from $6 00 to $35.00.
Window Mk, Cornice
COFFINS AND METALLIC CASES. .
No charge for packing or drayage."
IBo f ML AnndlirewSo
OHAELOTTE, N. al
: NOTICE. ' SlW USED IN ALL
PTJRSTJANr TO SECTION 2674 OF THE CODE fmrn 3nnnnn"C0 -TFARIS EFTHE
ot Laws tor Norib. Carolina, I do hereby call a Ultn LUUiUUU figraLVl Izl 1 Z
meeting of the Board of Magistrates of Charlotte emn V'WnK In
township to be held at the Court House In Char- - V" .iU -iiU'. -..?. viuoi
lotte to morrow, June 6th. 1886. at 11 o'clock., a. lu yat e3J'- t' TH
m., for the purpose ot selecting a successor to W. . : O Jf . . fl . . r.-
W. Pegram, now absent from the city, who was : nflFfl lAlini AflMf I fl
k-jwsbs1" the TiLr isUuujvUAmimiitn u.
l- Chainaan Board Trnstees Charlotte Township. . . ;
Charlotte, H. C , June 4. 1886. dlt -.s Catalogoes and Prices on appllcstloa. Sold by
- 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 " i ail the best Carriage Bnildera and Dealers, ...
WAMTCfk LADIES to work for us at their , , . CINCINNATI, V. 8. A.
All 1 CU. own homes, $7 to $10 per week :. Cable Address. COO-CN.
can be quietly made. No photo tainting; no -nrM.. '
canvassing. For fuU particulars, please address ; Pec33dtuestns48awi ' . .i- -
at once, CBEaCENT ART COMPANY, 13 Central ' : ' ' - ' - '
SnF"' JlJSr RECEIVINC
I ROOM COTTAGE. CORNER ' SIXTH AND THE BEST. STOCK OP GOODS IN
gEstreet Garden and well of water. Price r UXE.
- CH1BLOTTE BXU. ESTATE ASENCT. . i -
i A. B. & W. B. KISBET,
j , FOB. SALE. . . 77- roAWTpi) TTTT
rf Two desirable bonding lots, 80x300 feet, , ; . - 1"L . A . - ,
OO fronting on Sooth Tryonstreet, adjoining rpHE Charlotte Real Estate Agency could rent
the property of J. H Carson. Shade trew on lots. J half a doaen eheap houses Just now. Real es
Willbesold separately -or together. .Price $700 tate owners take notlt.
each. - ROBT. E. COCHRANE,
SAELOrra ,mayl4dlt . .Manager.:
front at " the sum of
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best $5.00 Boy's Suit
. " . . .
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White Goods, Per
Call and see us. :
surpassing any previous stock of
manufacturers, which enable us to
You are cordially invinted to call and see us be-
GKAY & Cd.
most complete stock of
imitation walnut, $22.00.'
marble top imitation -rvalnut.
walnut with marble top,
suits from $75,00 to $175.00.
silk, trimmed -with plush
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..Poles ' anil 'Oil Paintings,
IIITGIIEfi" PAfcATAIlLE CCI
iavER oil Ernuusioii -
Contains a largeT per cent of pnfe oil than ani"-
preparation made. - 50 certs and $1.00 per botue.
Prepared by i , R. H. JORDON CO.,
, - . . ; iruKgutui.
nvGucs iin!ms hair , .
;. v; '; :0 TUIVIC, 1 I .
Will prevent the hair falluig. "and thoroughly
eradicate dandruff. 25 and 40 eents. - Prepared by'
IIUGIIES' cnERRTaid GLTO
ERUG COUG1I MIX.TIJKE, -
Is the best nreniumtlnn mfuta for all affections ot
the lungs, contains no opiates ot any kind. 25 '
and 60 oents. Prepared by . -
H. U. JORDAN A IAJ., JJTUgglSH.
FOR 185 cmt,
; .- .... . - ... 4 v -
Yon can buy a bottle of Pnrntture Polish (bat -will
make old furniture look as good as new, at .....
- Jt. H. JOBDAN UU'3, .. V V
- . . Springs' Corner.
HUGHES CARBOLIC MOITTH T
Will keep the gums In a healthy-condition, pre- '
serve the teeth and cure sore month of any kind. .
Prepared1y E H; JORDAN ft CO.,
. -.. . , - - . iiagguta,
The eheanest and heat, nil for hiursies. carrlases
and vehicles of all kinds, In quart cans, at
n. n. duuuAH M a, springs' wraer. ,
Warner's Yeast Cake. . ' : -
A great convenience to r-oasekpepers.- 10 eents -.
per box it
R. H. JORDAN 4 CO'S,
- Springs' Coiner.
DrtScov ' Electric Hair Cnrlr
Immediately - bangs and erlmpt the hatr
tot aaie Dy ji. ii. jukuam a cu.,
...; . Springs' corner.'
-'--f--nririi ijiim: ii'iqr r i n-.i ni 11 iriririr.-.-r i-r - '
. Valentino's Taffy Tola
Is the purest and best chewing gnm. Seven pieces
for 6 oents tt R. H. JORDAN 4 GO'S,
: Springs' Corner. '
"Ivory Soap at .
. R. H. JORDAN ft CP'S..': '-
Printing Press for Sale.
T HAVB FOR SALS a complete- Adams
xua newspaper rress. size 01
inches. The machine is in good or
made, b .-
List Prtoe - 4 . $2,24000
W1U be sold Tor - - - . . - 600
on terms to suit purchaser. 1 v .
CH4a. K. JUNJEJ,
anSdtf , ' . Charlotte Qpeeier.
BROWN'S IKON BITTERS HiS BEEN U8KD
In the family of Mrs, M. E. Fittman, lm
Fourth street, Wilmington. N. C, with entire satis
faction. She Bays there is no remedy equal to tt
for malaria, dyspepsia, and weakness. .
J. LI. KEHDRICK,
- ;-.- .-, -QKPS Tim '.. L . ., . ' ' - .
BEST BAR; :
AND - '
'V -, - lln the ettv.
AT MdADETTILLE, If. C.,
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NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE 8UC-
t CESSFUL BARGAINS. -
Immense Bargains -
Have become a household toole evervwhera. o.
ders pouring In from all directions. Rich and -poor
nnding out where the great bargains can be -
DKTKKMINED TO LEAD FOB THS- PEOPLE, i
Be Brm; one constant element of luck . - :"
Is genuine solid old "Celtic" pluck. - v -;
But only crowbars loose the bulldog's grip, v' -. . . -Small
though he looks. . The Jaw that iever yields .
Drags down the bellowing monarch of the fields. ':
We are dallyl increasing the pressure, pushing
things as they were never pushed before; offering -bargains
that knocks everything flat; knocking
making oom petition walL Wlthjis business h& '
been oceanic. Th tidal wave of trade sweep
grandly- into Kcsdensville, N. C. ' In these preca
rious times, in inese uncertain days ot LICENSE r .
or PBUHIBITlON. It is necessarv to rw nn th .
alert; alive and lull of bqslnexs ginger. As Is well '
known we have cut loose the bold and the grip of '
high prices, and have whipped up .the horse of
trade, and here we go lick-l-ty cut for the people s -benefit,
and for still LO WEB PRICES. Dry Soods '
cheaper than ever. Bargains Id every department '
Send your orders to us. A 111 packages of (5 00 -value
delivered in Charlotte free. - . "
Sic ADEN & lOBTC.
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iiEADEBS OF' LOW PBfCEa, rK';U:
BROWN'S D30N BITTER3 CURED MR. H. ff
Lovelace. Reldsville. N. C when troahlMl with -
kidney and liver affection. He expresses himself
as much pleated with Its effect. - .
t from Chicago
AO MORE mOTS.
Because we aje shfonlnff onr tne Rnres. SAfriou
9rators, Freezers and Fiy Fans to keep them cool.
Only one glance at them prevents anger. Try on
and you will be convinced. Husbands toank us
wives Implore as not to be without them.- Save
trouble and buy one. s. - , '
ttEFRIQRRATORS, - 1
FREEZERS. J-I- . 1 ' -;
FHEEZERg, ' ' '
. ICE CUESTS. '
- - - ICE CIIEST8,
These oood are belne fmld at astnnlatiinolv inm
flgores. We only ask a trial to convince you.
Frnlt Jan. Jelly Tumblers and other t easomibiA
Of Dinner Sets Ten sets have been , sold to one
buyer. . Call and examine them at the China Pal
ace oi . - .
Sssar Peas, ; Calico.
BAITANNAS. OBANGB3, LEMONS and
LOOSE PICKLES at -
BROWN'S IRON BITTER9 IS RECOMlfEND--edby.Mrs.
Adeila Strickland, 6l Uareett
street, Wilmington, N. C 6be sa?s her hofban.
took it formalaFla and general debility and It re -
lleved nun when quinine tauea. - -.
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