North Carolina Newspapers

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cenT S SUk Taffet es-nice shades
dUO pairs Ladies lull fashioned Finger
25 cents per pair. &
inini00r yar.d8' nice FSed Ratteens,
colors, 5 cents p r vard 4 "
X0 yrds.32 iDch 15' cents JPercates -at 8 crhta per
Vel yardfa'd8 nice fummer Silks, lovely shades at 25 cVnts
Jobs in Ladies' and ChiloWs Hosiery at half price.
COME. AND
' They are exactly as advertised, and the prices
as are not offered to you probably once in a life
Come one and yall and et a bargain!
is a
HOJ FOU THE
SE ASH
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I ALL GRADE3 OP
Navy Blae Twilled Flaoiiel
For Eathlog fults
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ALSO A
FINE LINE
OF-
FOE
iwvauss niB.
t: l. seigle.
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ABGDOT
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FIGURED, liwNS;
'- ' - . 'v'.f-J !!?'. L:i , '
. .. ' At 3 cents per yard, ,
" MONDAY OR TUESDAY. :
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' Other attractions will be offered. s- '
- v sxrcCBsaoBa to axkxandsb t HASRia ' , '. ,
THE 0. E BAKERY
, . ICE CREAM SALOON . .
Opened for tha season. Ice Cream and
parties on short notice
Fresh-Bread, Cakes and ; Pies Daily.
- - . - , . - . . '
- Jmt received a choice lot of Potted " M-eats;,'-Canned. "Fruits, . Pickles
Crackers, &3. Also, Imported and .Domestic Confectionery,v..;v.-';.i...:'.j-..l-..i-:.:
.' C. -Irl A;RKI80Nr '
" ' ' ' ' Successor to Mayer feRis1?.
SPARKLING
CATAWBA SPHINGS,
CJLTAX7U 1 CO., X, :iX
- Tlil Justly celebrate! watering -place !j
now
open t r tue accommodation 01 toe puo.ic. -.'
New Buildings have been erectdd, apd tlie Towns
-' have bena rtfikied and reluralsbed wltb new lor-
nlture. - . . A
- tin) manHgmern promise xnc opsiv .w!iimimi
C8lble..aBathfl table will be guytUed 1Ui the
L mat tie murXet aflorOs. v . :
THE MEDICAL- PROPERTIES OF
. , THE WAER3 UNRIVALED
Vot Dlieases of the LIt.t, Dgoepsla. Bheamatlsm.
Kidney Hal Urinary Dliieanes, and General De.
bllityan1 Ner ms Prostration, and tiealibler
ocatlua not to Us f und. '
"V'AX: I.J L'. 113 OJIt.KT55 -
, Vpiol.S'iowarani Var n Sulphnr, and Tarkteh
- Hot Air, Vapor au J i-uU.cated ttlis, waeu de-.-.
elrel. . . .
All am-isemeots usually kept at first class Wv
tondoM. rH B 0 Kt tT0TT
B. 8 WADDfiLL A WIK4.' ' Proprietor
j Vnnagsrs. .
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3 Inn rrS9 -A THE FEDERAL FOCUS. accurate information, which may be v - 1 -
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at 35
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First HatioHal , Baal: BiilJii,
Booth Tiyoa Street, -- Charlotte, W. c.
DSALEBS CT -1
Ladies'jMisses'and Children's
BUTTON, CONGRESS & LGE SHOES,
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-y tienta' Fine Hand-Made and ifachln Sewed
BOOTS, BUTTON AND LACE BALS,
' BOTS' AIVD YOUTHS
FUJI BOOTS AND SHOES OF ALlT' 6 3
- ".' GENTS' FINE- ;
Silk, Soft" and Stiff Hits,
TRUNKS, :
T ' VALISES nd I ;
: . GRIPS Cks,
UMBRELLAS OF ALL -KINDS,
SHOSBLACTINS AN 0 BRUSHES, i "
AIei Polish for Ladies', Hnrhies.
tock always kept lull , and
7 . . ..:', -r : i . : ... " a : '
up to the demand. -
OEDSR3 Bf MAIL OR XXPHKS3 PBOMPTLT
ATTSNDKD TO. , - ; v
Ikain &
0Ir!F I
Water .Ices furnished to familea and
r - t - l ' 'y-' ''
CLEVELAND MINERAL SPRINGS
Are now ot en for the reoeptlm of visitors.
THESE sP.l.GS
Are 54 miles west ofChwlott-, 2 miles from 8heT
br, N.C. and only 1 mile -froA (.irolma Central
Railway, where a nw dpot has beeu erected and
beautUully 11 ilshed for the beneat of ; . -
Visitors Ta thti fyriojs."
Plenty of Up secured for the season,
COLD A WO XXOT II AT II 3.
A food g&rlng band has been employed for the
8- ... .'
- 'i , t.ti'pw'll be furnished with the very bst
C r' is .r-i!.
t v u be et tie Eprln-s' station on the ar-
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en Cox's SpeecbDeatlrof Con
gressman Henderson's Child
.Democratic Senatorial Cancuss
' Other Washington News. '
General Cox's epcech on the legis.
lative bill late on-yesterday was the
ablest effort he. has made here.; It
was not only well prepared, but was
admirably delivered. It was so much
the better too because the speeches
of several Democrats including Mr
Bandall's, were in direct opposition
to the declared policy of the party.
General Cos s speech has been high
ly complimented by discreet judges.
As anoutline was sent by telegraph,"
I do not here state its provisions. ? ?
I learn that the friends of the edu
cation bill will endeavor to: get that
measure included . in ' any order of
business that may be agreed upon by
the conference of committee chair
men. So far the chairmen have not
,held their first meetings
The scene in the House - today be
tween Morrison ' and Holman was
very funny. It closed-,with the for
mer standing in the form of oro-
nouncing a benediction over the head
of the sitting Indianian, both hands
extended.-- " '
. It is said today that the tariff bill
"will be taken up next week. " J - y
Mr. Henry B. Hedrick was gradu
ated last night -from the Columbian
University in this city. He received
the gold medal for elocution, several
diplomasjand the degree of bachelor
of arts. Mr. Hedrick V graduatory
address was on the progress of sci
ence. -
. Mr. Reid made a report today from
the committee on war claims.' -' ;
Mr. Henderson's little child ' died
this morning between 3 and 4 o'clock.
It ; suffered ; intensely lor " several
weeks. The infant was one of two
'born about eight months ago. It suN
fered- from whooping cough and
bronchitis. The remains will be
taken by'the stricken parents to Sal -
kbury tonight.- The older children
were sent home night before last." -;
Mr. White and bride, of Oxford are
in the city 7
- Mr J. II. Lindsey, of the Kerners
ville News and Farm," arrived: this
morning - - , - '
' Rev. Ft. D. R. Bruton.of the North
Carolina Conference, is also in the
city. : .
- .Gentlemen from the South report
that, the Administration .: is gaining
ground in that section. - - .
Mr. Lindsey ia here to make ar:
rangements to .receive the Press As
Bociation.y The .membership in at
tendance, some fifty, will probably
be 1 quartered at thev Metropolitan
HoieL They will ' arrive about the
20th. ; On the evening o'f the 21st
reception in. tbfeir honor will be given
by the1 Nor tfc Carolinians - residing id
Wasbiogton. " Qn the following day
the Association will disband and re
turn home. , , ,
' Democratic Senators held an order
of business caucus this morning. An
order of business comprising; twelve
to fifteen " measures agreed upon by
the Republicans was laid before the
caucus a "by Senator Beck. It - was
decided to get up a counter list of
measures ' for submissioq to . the Res
publicans. Anrong r"the measures
which the Democrats will ask to have
included in the order are the Mexican
pension, and .the Hot Springs hills.
The-Democrats will "seek to have ex
eluded from the list the bill introuc;
ed by Senator Hoar, 'known as the
"-national inquest bill.";, .The bill is
designed to give : authority to TJnited
States courts -to investigate political
outrages. , The folio wing 'order " ia
agreed upon by both sides: . Railroad
forfeUnre bills, bankruptcy - bill, re,
peal of , pre-emption, tjmhef culture
and desert land acts, Des Moines, veto
and open aession resolution. t ; ;.-;
" The retirement of CoL Samuel D.
Sturgis; seventh cavalry, on the Xlth
insb; will make ttje following promo
tions: l(ieut-Col. J. W. Forsyth, first
cavalry, to'be colonel seventh cayal
ry ; Major Abraham E. Arnold, sixth
cavalf v, to be lieutenant-colonel first
cavalry Capt. - Emil Adam, ? fifth
cavalry, to be ma jor sixth cavalry
First Lieut. : A. W. -Greely, -fifth
cavalry, to be captain, and Second
Lieut. Jas. ,V.' S. Paddock, j fifth
cavalry; to bejirst lieutenant, -
Senator Cockrell; from the com mit-r
tee on military, affairs,' reported
favorably today ; a bill- authorizmg
the.; Sec.rtaries of War and of -the
Nayy; respectively, .:ina8e3"whgrQ
retjred officers of . the army or navy
refuse -or neglect to provide for their
wives or children, $0 appropriate the
pay of any such, officer, between him
and his wife or children as ' he shall
deem just' and- equitable, and pay
over the same to-hin'-her, or them..
.During, the month of April, 1886,
there were 38 arrests made by officers
of the Postoffice Department for vio
lations of the postal . laws and regula
tions as follows: Three postmasters,
two assistant 'postmasters, one post
office clerk, three letter carriers, four
mail carriers and twentyfive other
offenders. f he cases ;were disposed
dE as follows: r Seven were convicted,
t wenty-1 eight were, held f os ' trial and
three were discharged. : . '
In a communication laid before the
House today the, Secretary of SSate
requests that an appropriation of
110,000 be inserted in the sundry
civil appropriation bill for 'the purs
pose of procuring evidence relating to
Trerch spoliation - claims. Ila ex
pr: - 3 c;' Ion tat it trhoovea
t'?U " -i f -"-3 to hzva-ful r-I
nformation
adduced in evidence to refliRft pttsV
erated or - fictitious claims "under
present law. ' ' '
, ? The Senate, committee on the ex
penditure of public money continued
today the examination ot " Pension
Commissioner, Black with reference
to the charge that the pension bureau
had been managed as a political ma
chine under hia predecessor. . -. The
case of Sergeant Charles Rowland; of
Iowa, wag considered, but nothing of
importance was developed. . .
Senator Mahone, from the commit
tee on public buildings and grounds,
today reported favorably bills makv
ing appropriations for public build
ings at the following places r'Ashe-'
yille, N.tC.i $80,000; Savannah,. Ga ,
$200,000. . ' Increasing the limit of.
me. cost ot the public building "at
Williamsport, Pa.",' from $125 000 to
$225,000. - - .
ine graduating exercises of the
Columbian College took place at the
Columbian University i building "to-"
night.? The follojying graduates des
livered addresses: M. F. F. Swartzell,
of this city ; Henry Bv Hedrick, of
North Carolina; J. E. Christy; of
Iowa, -upon'vwhom' the degree' of
bacEelor.; of arte was conferred by
President Welling. ' ...
The Senate committee on aerieuR
ture met hia morniDg to hear repre
eentatives of the interests to be af
fected by the oleomargarine bill,- but
hone appeared. . .Another; meeting
will take place next Tueedy morn
ing, when a number of people inters
ested adversely to the bill are ex
pected to address the committee.'
v The Navy Department is informed
that Lieut. Scheutzej . who went to
Siberia to distribute presents to the
natives who had assisted the survi
vors : of the . Jeanoette," arrived- at
Jakutsk April 24, and would proceed
south in about 40 days. t
. Senator Call reported favorably "itf
the Senate oday. the bill granting 13
I days' annual leave of absence, withf
I Pay; to . employes of United States
I navy y.rds, and.'providing.Ior com4
j pehsation when incapacitated by in
I Juries received in the performance of
duty. - 7 " . . ' - .
. Secretary.; Eniicott left. Washing
ton .this morning for West Point, N.
Y., to attend the graduating exer
cises of., the Military Academy. Lieutenant-General
Sheridan and Colonel
Blunt, one of his aides-de-camp, left
for the same place .this afternoon:
The Hartford, Adams and Shenan
doah were at Payta May 12. The
Omaha, , Oasipeei and; Alert were at
Yokohama May 14. . The Marion was
cruising on the coafct of China on
that "date. The Monocacy-was at
Canton and the . Palos at Nagasaki
May,14.- ' -I , ' "'
' Acting Secretary Fairchild today
gave a hearing to certain importers
of snow-white -wool from the Cape
of Good .Hope, "who claimed that it
should be classified - as gashed" wool
instead of as scoured wool, as has
been .the practice at some: of the
ports." -v : . " . , ; !
- The Postmaster General today ap '
pointed the following named fourth
class postmasters in Pennsylvania:
At Argentine, C. B. McFarlan; Fur
long,1 Wm. H. Fell; Hammond, Das'
riusL. Carrolton; Swissmount, A.
Truman. -
It is expected that Mr.; Domingo
Gana, now Chilian minister , to Bras
zil, will be appointed minister to the
United States. ' - " - , .
. The President today nominated
Corbin Jay Deckerr of New Jersey,
to' be. an . assistant surgeon in the
navy, ' ' , - H.
THE COTTON MOVEMENT.
Reports of the Ifatlonal Coltoa
t '. ExehaDeY or Mayv v . ' ::
NewOblkans. June 9,-rThe follow;
ing is the report of the national cot
ton exchange. for May,- giving :the
cotton movement of the United States
for nine months, ended May 81, 1886,
compared with last year: -
' , . 1885-W
PortreoeJptB 6.19598
Total oorland shipments . 1.074.568 -
1884-85
4 691. see
.,'.66,873 i
Of whleh to mills - " S. 763 8B4
Of wblcb to ports - .. .- . 265 693
Of whlcb to Canada -. ': 29,739
In transit overland ." - 18,749 "
Total takings northern spin - -
tiers r 1,675 503
At sea between ports - 1 13 4(8
Exports to Hreat Britain : 211,0
Exports to Trance 896,120 '
Exoorts to eont. and channel 1 258.244 "
Total exports . ,
Stock at United 'tares ports . (33,481
Spinners' takings Ma v 89,243
Overload shipments lisj - - 45,851
- - BKCAPrrUlATIOK,
Becelpts at United States " '
orts, Sept. 1 to Maj 81 ' .6,19S,1G6
Shipped' overland direct to 1 ' ' . ;
milts . - . -' ' --. 763.387
Bhli ped overland to Canada . 26.733 .
In transit trom points ot crcs- . as
sing on Ohio and iilKslri-' .
sippi rivet to eastern deliv- - ' '
try ports ' ' . -' , 18.TI9
684,510
249 517
'.v.23,125 i
1,296,110
2.282.769
87i,500 I
95.4?4
8,fi60,723
447.144
, 68.964
i9,aeo
4,691,266.
584.510
23.125
8,220
Total
Add tn ctivdta- at Interior
6,04,071-607421
townn in exeess of reports
' or Sept. 1 - ' - 181,000
Estimated consumption of '. ,
southern mills to close ot ' '
, May I ; - . 270,000
. 40JOCO-I
240,000
6,687Jta
Grand total
6,405.071
' A Boy's Theft.
Boston,' June 9 A. few days ago
Detective Dearborn was. called in to
trace the disappearance from a law
yer's office in this city of $340,poo in
unregistered bonds. Investigation
disclosed that the tin trunk contain
ing theeecuneties had been stolen by
a little office boy. who knocked off
the lock and helped himself to't 5Q in
eold coin, which was in the trunV
and went to fill up qd pid. leaving the
trues with the bonds hidden in an
area-way under the old. Merchamts
Exchange. The next day the lad
returned the trunk to- his employer's
ofSce, hiding it in an out of the -way
place wnere it was : subsequently
found with the bonds untouched.
The boy began his stealings by tak
ing postage stamps which were legal
tender at the Williams Uourb pie
stand. -
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LEADING GROCERS: ;U
C. Hilkkr, . ' : " ' : Haths & Todd, : '
JjX. Davis, . " - . Y. B. Ihjkham, . '
U A. MlSKNHKTOTSR,. H C. IUW1N.- . ' .
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10. Cento.
At
this uniform nrice our ' entirA
stock of un trim me
d Straw Hats. . ,
; FORMERLY SOLD AT
40 cents and 50 cents
200 BUNCHES
-AT-
42 Cents Wertii 75 Cents
; - Per bunch of 3 tips.
Placies . M 'One -Wt . ;f heir
WIS
At
irow . Hosiery.
llcts. -
A pair for Boys Ribbed Hose. - v:
A pair for Misses Colored Hon : '
19 cts. '
19 cts.
45 cts. "
57 cts.
A pairfor LadieB Balbriggan Hose j
A parr for Ladies Black Lisle Hose
A pair for Ladies Col. Lisle Hose j
All Parasols
i a cents' per yard
I'.' - Wn An in
7-. For 40 in. India Linen.
Deductions
THESE PHICES FOR A LTAIITED
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Dancing Pavillion. The table supplied at all times Trith'ths bect the marlict cZ:rz. rA -
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MIuDDunDer?y (RodcdcIIso
Our entire stock of
CHILDRENS' HATS.
150
- :
98
.
r
proportionately 16 w.
rn
an
ill
, Whilst goods are still in demand.
I:
FORMERLY.
NOW ,
38cts.
38 cts.
38 cts.;
28 cts.
10 cts.
,.1
' 15c
35c to 50c
J85c
, 65c
75c
Pr yd for
Pr yd for
Pr yd for
Pr yd for
Pr yd for
at Strictly
Eeductions ih White'
1A CENTS PER YARD . -
Yv For 22 in white Strp. mousselaine
in all
k
CHARLOTTE, .N. C.
and promptly attended to.
ATI PJLEAS17RJB
-iJTT,- -turn i -t
-?
7
' ---
pplied
AU-nIlr? P. o.,
V SO ' Cenfc,
- At this uniform "price our eatira
stock of untrimmed Straw Hata.
FORMERLY SOLD AT. '
vo cents ana t o cento
BUNCHES
.--at - ' '
Cents TVcrth 1.75
. Per bunch of S tips.
..Mtud ; Vain
c.
prices;
IRIIIS
- -' 1 ?
Dress Goods.
FORMI-XY.
all wool 40 in Canvass Cloth
all wool 36 in Nun's Veiling
all wool 36 in De Beiges
every yard of Fronch Satteen
Domestic Satteens, 31 in wide
tO Ct3
60 ct3
45 CtS
15 CtS
Cost " Price.
Goodgf,
.11 CENTS PER YARD - "
' 33 in. white plaid .Mousselaine
TIME ONLY.
BMUC!!.
RESORT. -
Saai aua , SfcSat
CHARLOTTE ATR LDJ2 vj II
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