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V OLUME XXXIV.
fFWJ'' 'I'rWYt W ' TO HI COS1IK1J" XO MPKPElt.)ard,inwhichif was stated that as I . - . " i , :
I Biff Offer
i The following re
duction in prices has
been made on the
goods offered below:
43 lnrh all woolf.umu veiling ?at 45c worth 60c
84 " " 40o " Hte
44 " JlfcTnmlfe - 1.10 " 1.60
44 ' " Battiate 1.10 " isna
40 M " " 85o u 1.10
38" " Bengallne " 82e 100
.42" Motns Cashmere .... " 1D0 "160
Take advantage of
these prices, as the
goods are offered
much below their
We expeet a new arrival of
At 3 cents pier yard,
MONDAY OR TUESDAY
. Other attractions will be offered. -
E. L KEPLER & CO. ' "
SUCCBSSOBS TQ ALEiNDBR & HABBS, .
THE 0. C BAKEBY
ICE CREAM SALOON . . '
Opened for tha season. Ice OVeam and Water Ices furnished to familes and
parties on short nptice ; - 5 " - , -.
Fresh Brea4, Cakes and Pies Daily.
Just received a choice lot of Potted Meats, Canned Fruits, Pickles,
Qrackers, &c. Also, Imported and Domestic Confectionery.
C. F. KL A Ilil 1 O N"
Successor to Mayer & B,oss. . ! ,
1 t K)l lllUUk.it
CATAWHi CO., I. V
TM Justly celebrated watering place Is now
opi-n lor the accommodation ot the pub lc.
New Buildings bave been erected, and the iwms
have been refitted aud refurnished with new lur:
The management promise the best action
possible, aua the table 111 be supplied ritn the
best that the market affords. -
THE MEDICAL PROPERTIES OF
THE WATERS UNRIVALED
Kor Diseases or the LWf r, Dyspepsia. BheamRtlsm.
kidody ana Urinary Diseases, and nerel Pa
miity aad Nerf .s Prostration, and a Health Jer
location not to be found. ' - .
IfLTII HOUSES I pMPLETE
Bool, Shower and Warm Sulphar. and Turkish
Sot Air, Vapor and Medicated Baths, When d
All am isemeDts xnaaMj ept at Jlrrt class W
Wn Place. DB. E. O. EM.IOTT. .
B. . WADDKLL WJITB, , . Proprleto.
. . - Managers.
mayiMsatjunwedAlrUm - . -
How rented and teats ooltoeted, In the ;
AdrerUaed tree ol ebarge. - i
. B. B. CXXJHBARE. Manager, I
MM IT c mdt eaeet front central Hotel.-1
First . National M Bmliini,
South Tryon Street, - - Charlotte, N. C.
' DKALElS IN
Ladies'.Misses'and Childrc n's
BUTTON, CONGRESS t LICE SHOES,
Henta' Fine Hand-Made and Ifaetrine Sewed
BOOTS, BUTTON AND LAC!E BAL8,
BOYS' AND lOBTtlS'
FINK BOOTS AND SHOES 69 ALL G BABES
Silk, Soft and Stiff Hats,
UMBRELLAS OF ALL KjNDSx
SHOE BLACKING AND BBU8HE3.
lima Polish for Ladles" fine. hoes.
Stock always kept tall and
up to the demand,
OBDEB3 BY lAfL OB, KPRES3 PBOPTLY
.. ATTENDED TO.
team k Co,
GLEVEL ND MINERAL SPMNGS
Are now o; en lor the reeep'lon ol visitors
in l m !. frnm (Urnllna Onti-al
Ballw'ayi wbeie a n"w depirt has been erected and
beautifully fluunea ior me Deueui oi
Visitors la tl
Plenty of Ice secured for the season,
COLD AND HOT' BATHS.
A good string band bas been employed for the
Tne table win be famished with the very b?st
the market affords.
Hacks will be at the Sprtogs' station en gie sr-j
rival of every train.- -
Jfor further iniormanoa a-wresB "
. . 8. MeB, POSTON, -
Juneldil' - - - -Eroprifitor, .
. n r-rwra a .
Chicago's Klot the i Result of
The grand jury of Chicago report
ed to "Judge Rogers Saturday aftr
noon. The report deals entirely with
uuonuwu) voaca, vuiuu tuo jury nas
oeen considering for three weeks It
says in substance:
We have found true bills only
enamel, buuu persons as nave been
lustrumeatal in causmg the riot and
Diooasnea zn the Uayniarket gquare.
vv uave in soTae 1 cases reiused to
nna Dills against persons who seemed
to be tne weak and ignorant tools of
"We believe that the total number
or anarchists or nihilists in this coun
try rrom whom danger need be ap
prahended is less than one hundred.
and probably does not exceed forty
to nf ty men. Associating with them
are a iew nunared more, who would
be dangerous in proportion to the
extent tney are made to believe in
tne power of their leaders and in the
weakness of the law. Then there Arc
perhaps from 2000 to 3000 man vri
ousiy classed as socialists, comma
ni8ts, etc., who are addicted to wild
uncut iob in regaru io matters ot gov.
Un: r j . . . .
oLiimeuD, dui wno are not necessarily
uauiitjiuus or inimical to tne nennn
and welfare of society so long as the
law ia eniorcea in auch a manner as
nnti'il. - A. A. .1. 1 1
uuh iii.io tneir wnoiesome re
spect. . ......
we find that the attafe nn t.h
police was the result of a deliberate
conspiracy, the full details of which
are now m the possession of th nffi
cers ot the law, and will be brought
uuu wueu inese cases snail be reached
in court. This force of disorganizes
had a very perfect organization nf
its own, and .was chieflv under tho
control of the men who werfl con
nected with the DublicAtinn nf.--, t.hoir
English and German newspaper or-,
gans. the Alarm and the Arhaihoi.
Zeitung. ," -:
"The evidence has shown conclu
sively that these men were manipus
lating this agitation from base and
selfish motives, for the power and in
fluence which it gave them, and for
the money they could make out of it ;
that the large maioritv of thir fn .
lowers were simply their dupes, and
that they have collected, in this way
large sums of money from their fol
lowers and from the workinermen nf
"Their plan was to involve, so far
as they could, not only the socialist
and communist orsranizationn with
whom they claim some kindred, hnr.
also the labor societies and trades-
unions. So well has . the consniraftv
been managed that the whole com
munity has been for a time terror
ized, by the small fraction of its mem
Witnesses have come before ua nns
der protest and with fear and trem
ahng, lest their appearance before
this grand jury should draw down
upon them the secret vengeance of
this unknown enemy. Branches of
industry in this city have remained
paralyzed after all cause of disagree
ment between the employer and the
employee have been adjusted, by the
same fear among the workingmen,
coupled with the feeling that the, law
as administered was impotent to
afford protection, ta a man ready and
willing to work in support of his
"bo exaggerated has been the pod-
ular notion as to - the magnitude of
this force, 'that . politicians have
cringed beforeit and political parties
have catered to its vote, processions
have been tolerated upon our. public
streets carrying banners and inscrip
tions wnicn were a sname ana a dis
grace to the city and aft affront to
every law-abiding oitiaen. Public
harangues haye been permitted that
were an open menace to law- and or
der, and which haye reached their,
culmination in the bloody outrage
known as the Haymarket massacre.
We wjsh $o express our confidence
that the police force that has pros
tected us by its bravery is quite corns
petent to hunt these public enemies
down and bring them before our
courts of law with sufficient evidence
of guilt to insure that they shall re
ceive the punishment they so richly
Saturday afternoon Sam Fielden.
Oscar Neebe, Adolph Fischer, George
Engel, Louis Lingg August Spies
and Michael Schwab were taken be
fore Judge Rodgers to plead to the
charge of murder, "'lerk Doyle read
the indictment charging them with
with the murder of Officer Mathiag J.
Degan. Captain Biack" entered a
plea of nob guilty on behalf of each
of the pnsoueis. . f
To te Jklttor Qt Tgs Ui6KHXfl i
The annual commencement exer
cises of Gaston College camo off on
May 27th and 28th. The weather
was favorable and the audience quite
large and attentive. Rev. E. ROnd
thaler preached the annual sermon
and delivered the literary address.
Both efforts were such as might : be
expected from that distinguished di
vine and progressive educator. Last
ing good for the oause of education
and religion, we trust will grow out
of his work here. The Dr. made a
most favorable impresfon upon-our
people, and he wil not goon, be for
gotten. ' -
The exercises, which consisted of
declamations, recitations, orations,
plays, calisthenics. . vocal and I in
strumental music, were of a high or
der o; merit ana weji oeuyereq ana
rendered on tne occasipn. i
Prof. Wolf, our efficient instructor
in music, deserves especial mention
for the most excellent music furnish s
ed by the Glee Clubs, and his vocal
and instrumental music pupils. The
whole programme showed bis good
judgment and fine taste in the, se
lections, and bis 1 ability as an" in
structor. The music department of
the school under his management en
rolled during the year 60 pupils- a
larger number - than during any pre
vious year. - - '
The next session will begin August
16th, and continue 38 weeks. Cata
logues sent : tree to any . address on
application, . " i
j m,jm w
Temperance People Boj-cottinK
Frofen 'Wafers.-. "
. There is a considerable sensation at
Rotkford, 111., oyer a novel boycott
which has been inaugurated - there.
Some days ago Mr. Leonard, presi
dent of the Leonard Ice . Company,
signed, with others, an application
for a liquor license for Mrs. Henry, a
respectable4ady, who has kept a res
taurant for fifteen years. ; The pro
hibition paper published the applicas
tion and the names of the signers.
and when the members of the Wo
men's Christian1 Temperance Union"
saw Leonard's name, a letter from
jtheir secretary -was sent to Mr, Leon
CHARLOTTE, N. C J WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9,
m wuicu it was 6tatea that as
long as Krank J. Leonard had signed
a liquor application, they would be
obliged to discontinue taking ice
from him. Mr. Leonard - replied to
the letter, in which he aavs hei ha
donated more to the Women's Christ
tian lemperance .Union thart all
profits on ice thev have tafen frnm
him; and-he adds: "I thank the Lord
i am not dependent on any inetitu
tion that makes bovcottinyr its basiR
ot operations - rhe time may Come
w ,a - i
wnen you will wish to get ice from
us, but if this is your plan of work. I
would sooner throw it into the river.
than to sell it to you " The temper-
Huce lauies are ereativ as-it.at.wi nvpir
1.. 3. . 1
nis reply, and, it is said, all have de
,j y vo ' - -
termiued to enforce the boycott) vig
Wilmington Review - Mr Snl
Weill who has since Prof. Hooner'n
ueatu, bo aDiy nnea tne uree fhair
4 A.l 1 I nil . n
at Chapel Hill, would not accent: nn
eiecuon to tnat position on the facul
-i-..- - . .. '. ... . r
ty ana has returned to this I city
where he will engage in the nrart.irA
of his profession, the law. He has
secured an office m , the rooms of
Major Uhas. M. Stedman. on Princeps
street, Mr, Weill is young, accom
plished - and talented and has! the
world before him and he will mnfe-o
nis mark in it as sure as 'the sun
Wilmington Star: The tug-boat
Aipna caugnt nre about halt past 12
o ciock last night, and was totally de
stroyed. The boat was lying at the
wharf of her owners, Messrs. George
Harris x uo., jusu in the rear ot i Col.
John W. Atkinson's new building on
North Water street. . When the fire
was discovered by the policeman on
that beat, the boat was in flames
amidships. -No person was aboard of
her or near the wharf. The alarm
was given, and the first persons who
arrived at the spot, seeing that the
burning beat was in close proximity
to a large pue ot ngntwooa on the
wharf, untied her fastenings and set
Laurinburg Exchange: At a cost of
about $2,500 the Methodists at Gib
son s Station have just, finished an
elegant church. It has a seating ca
pacity of 300 or more and is hand
somely furnished with a beautiful
chandelier, valuable organ, carpeted
aisles, chancrl and pulpit, cushion
chairs, costly silver vessels I and
cloths for the communion table, the
vessels a present by Mr. P. B. Gibson
and the cloths a present by Mrs. J.
A. Parker. 1 i
Fayetteville News: i The heavy
- - . -
rains wnicn nave tauenjia theipast
two days have put new activity! into
the constructors of tho iron bridge
across the river. A large wooden
trestle has been thrown across the
stream aud the iron work is being
put on between the two i longest and
moat widely separated piers, litis
expected that by to-morrow evening
the iroi work over that space will be
finished, but should the river riie in
the meantime and take away the
wooa worK on wnicn tne iron resxs
tne loss wonia include the iron space
as far as put up. In consequence of
the threatened high water, operations
are greatly . pushed on; The imen
worked in the rain all day yesterday
on extra wages and at Jerre John
son s shop blacksmith work was done
ail last night. .
An English Jury .
St. James' Gazette. V -
I was - present in court when the
following incident occurred :- I
Scene: Uerby Assizes.SamuelLowe
and James Halligan, charged jwith
stealing a ham.
Clerk of Assise : "Do. you find the
prisoners guilty or not guilty t" k
jttireman or the lury ; "We find as
one on 'em stole it and the other re
ceived it knowing it to have been
Clerk of Assize: "Who do you say
stole it?" 1
Foreman : "Nay, I can't say which
stole it. One on 'em brought it home
under his arm and the other took it
from him." I
Mr. Justice Matthew : "That man
is Lowe, and that is Halligan. Now;,
which stole it! ' I
Foreman : "I don't know, I warn't
there. How could say? If they
didn't steal it why should they have
Judge: .Gentlemen, this i! your
foreman. Is there no one of you who
oan say whether .Lowe is guilty qi
stealing?" - j
Foreman: "Yes, l&we, stole the
ham." ' . i .: ...
Chorus of jurymen ; "No the other
stole it.'V . ,
Clerk of Assiao: "Is that the ver
dict of you all?" i
Jury (foreman included): "les. ,
Mr. Beecher Jokes About His
At about half past twelve Satur
day Henry Ward Beecher answered
a summons at his door bell, No. 124
Hicks street, Brooklyn. He found a
gentleman whose errand was to ask
it Mr. Beecher was alive or d.ead, a
report having been circulated tba.t he
had died suddenly. "I neyer felt
better in my life,' said Mr. Beecher,
an ft he laughed out right, as did Mrs.
Beecher. who stood in the hall door
to the parlor. Mr.. Beecher had been
disturbed at his dinner,, and i as, he
talked be stepped out on. the porch
wiping bis jaoe meantime with the
napkin he had retained in his hand
as he left the table. "And I may
say," continued Mr. Beecher; '-'that
if there is such a rumor as that I am
dead, shall be kept quite jolly learn-,
ing from frequent callers how much
interest thr re is in the stoyy.-l No, I
am in hearty health, splendid spirits,
and hope the true rumor of my death,
may be long deferred. This is rather
jolly, as I say; if it was really true 'it
wouldn't, be jolly, would it ?" and his
eyes Iwindled merrily.' -
Scoli'ii Gmulxion of Pare Cod
Liver Oil, with - Iynophosphites.
In Pulmorary Affections and ScroICs Diseases.
pr. I U. IiS Now xork-f 6aysT"I have pre
scribed Boon's' Emulsion and used It It my family
and am greatly pleased with it. Have found it
very serviceable in Scrofulous diseases and Pulmo
nary affections." - i
- 9Irs.4oe Person's Remedy
Is still the best Blood Purifier on the market. - '
- , 3SO. H. McADKN, Wholesale Druggist. -
EstAblished 1 is the only School
in - tor boys m me
Sonth with - 6AS
LKtHT, a flrstrclass GYMNASIUM, and a nrat-claa
BATH HOU8K. - . : - r
- Special terms to young men of small means. -The
183rd session begins August 25th. , ..
jo - . . . r Bingham School. N. C.
IHrs).ilOe Peroni Remeiy v
Ii still the best Blood PoriBer on the market. - -r
j-fSfiy. .McADRf.hlesaJe DwgJst,
-rPil 11 niiiucoj run iflc Mmco
This DOWder never varlmi. A marvnl nf nnritT.
Strength and WlinlmnmnnAaa Mora UMnnmlngl
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
uoinpetiiioQ wicn me multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
u ixuiB. fruuiesoie ur " ... - -
tif KINGS BUBWlfXL,
Charlotte, N. C.
Pre-eminent in every higher quality the
HAN AN SHOE has became the rncntrnnaH fttnnriarrf
for fine wear among discriminating gentlemen. -
For sale by A. E. BANKTN A BBO.,
Charlotte, N. C.
T II R R I M
. .fiJA I U II. It I 11 U
t Jltijr Is the BEST constructed and
; .fm nnished Turbine Id the world.
i.-ta Tested percentages, with part
and full ratH drawn, nonal tn
any other wbefel. pNew pamphlet sept free by
HIJKnilAn IIKUN ,UKH, PA.
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nse of Dr. Dye'B Celebrated Voltaic Belt wltn
Electric Suspensory appliances, for the epeedy
relief and Twrmnnpntcnra fit trmua ThiUtu lraa
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no nK u incurred, illustrated pampmetlnwoMd
ynveiope mailed free, by addressing
vulxajlu Uioii to., Mjrahall, auch.
i-uiai,Trumiruyana i.artuw Dvspppsia Pills (price
cents') by maiL BEO0 DKUO CO.. Covington. Ky
wana Whiskey Hab-
3 out pain. Book of par-
nun uuifii Hi, iiiima unfh.
Iucuiars sent KKEE.
B. M. WOOILEY. St. n
Atlanta, t h - (ifii..u
wa nuiuiuiui street.
mayl9deod&wly - ;
PECK'S PATENT IMPROVED CUSHIONED EAR DRUMS
mnaiT xenon. the bkabiko mml perform the work of the
saiarmi arum, invisible, coniioTtitile and always in posittoa. All
eon vert at Ion and even whisper beard dUtirtrtly. Send foriUTi?tratef
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849 iroadway, ew iort- Mention thu paper.
Simp'est, Most Itor tble.Xeonomlcal and Perfect
In use. Wastes, qq Grata; cleanses It Beady for
Threshing Engines and Horse Powers
Saw Mills and Standard Implements Generally.
Send for Illustrated catalogue. ;
A. B. PAHQi mAR,
Pennsylvania Agricultural tforka, York, Fa.
I CURE FITS!
' Whpji I rjiv 'iipfi I do not mean merelT to ston thm .
for a tmw and then have them return again. I mean 4
radical cure. I have made the disease of FITS, EPL.
tEPSX r FALLING SICKNESS a Ufe-long- study, I
warrant my rented; to cure the worst cases. Becaiwa
otaers have f ailed is no reason for not now recoiviag a
cure. Send at onoe for a treatise and a fyee Bottle ol
jaj Infallible remedy.
Oive EznreM asd
Itoosts you nothing for a ti
. . . .- ... -
a, aaawiit core
Address ua. u. u. A
Pearl St., Mew Turk
The Orifrlnnl and Only Oennlne.
Safb and BeliaMe. Beware of worth lea Imitation!.
Indlspenrahlc ta LADIES. Ask yoar l)ranit tat
"Clileaeatera Knsllidi-' aud take ao other, or inclose 4o.
(stamp) to ua ftir particulars in Utter by retura wtaLU
NAME PAPER. Chichester Caemteal Co.,
- , 188 a Madison iiuare, Jr-itllada Pa.
Sold by nnisrcUtii every whoe, Atk fer "Chlches.
. ra EniUai" Punnvryal 1'Ula. Take no oUier.
I am an old man. Tor 28 Tears 1 snffftrnd with
ulcers ommy right leg as the result of typhoid
fever. Amputation was suggested as the only
means of preserving lite. doctors could do
nothing for me, and thought I must die. Kor 8
years I never had a shoe on. Swltt's specific has
made ft pef mar-eat cure and added ten years to my
iu. - r. .ttxsp,uanu.l(ia.
I have tafcen Swirt's Speclflo for blood poison,
contracted at a medical college at a dissection,
wliile (was a medloal student. 1 am grateful to
say that It gave me a speedy and thorough cure
after my parents had spent hundreds of dollars for
treatment. - . .. - -
f : ACGUSToa Wbhdkl, M. D., Newark, N. J.
My wife from early girlhood has been suffering
from rheumatism. She has tried many remedies,
and I must frankly say has derived more benefit
from Swift's Specific than from all the others, after
long and faithful trial. - .
tav. jAxsa Ji, Piscra, OxfordGa.
Swift's Specific is entirely vegetable. Treatise on
Blood and Skin Diseases moiled five.
' The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta.Ga,,
FOR RENT. .
A COMFORTABLE 4 room cottage, pantry and
kitchen, within a few hundred yards of the
Graded school, and six acres of land for rent to r
good tenant. Apply to
jania : .- B. K .COCHBANS.Manager
. FOR SALE,
t C- UnimDroved lot 99x150. adloinlne the cro-
OO perty of S. H. Smory. J. P. Irwin and others.
Shade trees on tne lot.
Price 500. -Charlotte
Real Estate Agemcy,
v B. B. COCHEANS, Manager
j Sirs. Joe Pf rsen's Bemedy
Is stflltte best Blood Parlfief on the market.
'. :. . JNOU. McAUN, Wholesale Druggist,
,.....tr. r i v. . - i j - ! .... ; . ...
kTo the VICTOR the
- . i - i .
At this uniform price our entire
stock of untrimmed Straw Hats.
FORMERLY BOLD AT
40 cents and 1.50 cents
42 fents Worth 75
Per bunch of 3 tips,
IPlotnes M One lalf f heir
DOWN WITH PEICES!
f Whilst goods are still in demand.
. MOTE THESE. REDUCTIONS':
A pair for Boys Ribbed Hose. ; 15c
A pair for Misses Colored Hoso 35c to 50c
a. Dair for Ladies Balhrierp'An Hoba I 9Zr
A pair for Ladies Black Lisle
A pair for Ladies Col. Lisle
CENTS PER YARD
For 40 m. India Linen.
Seductions in all Departments.
THESE PRICES FOR A LTMITED TIME ONLY. "
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
! in: AIMI
l. ..: r - -. ...- jJ,ajXI.Aaa&Wa - - - - . n-"e-tgl
33 MILES WEST OF CHARLOTTE ON THE ATLANTA - & CHARLOTTE AIR LINE R. R
. The above Resort; was newly , biiilt last Seagon, is beautifully located and elegantly fur-;
nishedi'- Has an open fireplace in every room; i New bath! house and bath rooms. - New
Dancing PavUlion. The table supplied at all times with the best the market affords. Terma
Keasonable, For further information. address - . - COZZENS & THOMAS . .
A'prUWdwed&suntmayfB&StwtaulS -S- j i' :,"S: , All-Healing P. O.; Gaston. county, N. C...
Our entire stock of
proportionately low prices.
Pr yd for
Pr yd for
Pr yd for
Pr yd for
Pr yd for
Hose ' ' 65c
75c j 10 cts.
Reductions in White Goods,
1 A CENTS PER YARD
v For 22 in white Strp. mousselaine
CHARLOTE, N. C.
AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
At this uniform price our entire
stock of untrimmed Straw Hats.
FORMERLY SOLD AT
65 cents and 75 cents
- AT -
Cents Worth L75
, Per bunch of 3 tips. j
all wool 40 in Canvass Cloth
all wool 36 in Nun's Veiling
all wool 36 in De Beiges
every yard of French Satteen
Domestic Satteens, 31 in wide
11 CENTS PER YARD
33 in. white plaid Mousselaine.
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