The Grape Cure.
Tie CTtarlotis CSUseriuv-
. SATURDAY, JUNE 12. 1886i
Tram oxrrr "
Arrival and Departure ot Trains.
Correct for the current montb.
THE GALLOWS L.005IS UP.
" " A NATURAL - -'
&1U IlruOai-he and
- . IypepIa Caret
" IN AMERICA: -Th
i37f Hwl sait, rsextracted from grapes and
fruit, a -most wonderful product from nature's
laiirrftorr. l ve it In your homes and travels a
spec tie lot the-tareed wear; or mn out It cure
M k beiacuc. dyspepsia stomach am? bowel
complaints; removes bllijures; stimulates the
liv. i to a healthy action, counteracts the effects of
Imi tire ftfer and the excessive use of atcobolle
btsYge and prevents the absorption 01 malaria:
tw lies to the system theAwant of sound, ripe
Imit. Prapared by the - ' - - .
LONDON 8A.L-MUSCVTRLl.BC0. - -
Be ware of ti nations. The genuine in ."blue
wri pers only.' .
tSf- Send for circulars to ft. EVANOVTTCH,
General American Manager. P. O. Box- 1968, New
lorH City, agents. B H. Jordan & Co., L. Br
writ-ton. Druggists, Charlotte. N . C. -
a-'i81dwlT . . ' Mention this paper.
ihxor j, citjcrttssmeuts.
IWH L SLL Vt THE 'FrtiaitffiT DEPOT AT
11 o'clock this morning about 300 haras slightly
damaged. Terms cash. - .W. A. MOODY. -luieliilt
OJI AN A FT KB 14TH OK JUNf IN3T. ALL
ctr8 foucd running at large without having
on a tax paid tag for t he year ending May, lb87.
will be killed. By calling at the City HaUaod pay
inr trm ht 11 00 on each doe ami 12.00 on eacn
bitch T-the Co. lector will turnfobhe necessaij.tag.
junelldSt , . , - City Tax Collector, -
MKNRRftKTIC -VQCN9 MAN WHO CAK
urnlsh korse and buggy to travel la this and
adjoining counties ' a ppl? at - .
1 WILDJSB'S DHTJ STOBB.
JaneU . Charlotte, N.C..
. : V RICHMOND AND DAjrVTUJC AlB-IjNB. '
No. 50-Arrfvegat Charlotte from Btchmond at
.0a. m. Leaves for Atlanta at 8:00 a. m.
No .61 Arrives at Charlotte from Atlanta at 4:05
a.m. Leaver for Richmond at 4:15 a. m. . i
No. S2 Arrives at Charlotte from Richmond at
IX -i ) p. m. Leaves for Atlanta at 1 p. m. -
: No. 58 Arrives at Charlotte from Atlanta at 6:15
p.'fti. Leaves tor Richmond at 6:40 p.m. -
Lo-y Krelsrht and Pansenger Train leaves for
Atlant i at 5 M a. m. ; arrives from Atlanta at 8 :30
, Ctt iRUrrTB, COLOMBIA ABD AUttCSTA. '
Arrives ttimi Columbia at 6:16 p, m.
Leaves foi Columbia at 1 p. m. ; .
C. , C. 4 A. A. ; T. ft O. Dmsitw.- - -Arrives
from Statesvllle at 11-30 a. m. . t : -:
Leaves for StatesvlUe at 6.40 p.m. : .
Cabotjna Central. , . '
Arrive from Wilmington at 70 a. m. ; Leave for
Wilmington at ai5 p. m.
Arrive from Laurlnburg at 4.40 p. nu; Leave for
Laurlnburg at7.80 a. m.
Leave for Shelby at 8.15 p. m.; arrive from Shelby
at 0.40 p.m. .
General DeUvBry opens at 800 ra-; eloses at
Money Order Department opens at 8.00 a. m.;
wosesannjcp. m. - -
Weather Iodicsttvns, . .
For Maryland and Virginia: F-ur
weathsr; slightly warmei ; variable
winda, Bhifting to euthernly. ,
For North Carolina, South Caroli
na, Georgia. East Florida, West Flor- i
Ida and .Alabama: f air weatner;
nearly stationary cemperature ; vari
able winds, generally southerly.
- - Index to New AdTerusements. -
, W, A. Moody Not'ee. v ; - - v
3P (Settlements for debtedue ThbObskrvib
or myself by Col C. W. Alexander, or Mr. H. A.
Deal, iu be recognized at this otnee. - -
. . CHAS. B.0ONIS,
- Editor and Proprietor. .
5-. u.l6. : -'.Vti'l.-
i LwT 99 feet on trade street, running back
I qa tw. t. v.uirt.h. Atriwf. 'inta nine two story
brick awel.lng, artjolnliig property of Di. Q'Oono
gaue. Price S3 ouo. . -V" : - r -
11 0 C corner dllege tnd Vtftb streets, 46 feet
front, 123 feet deep t" tea 1U0. . : -
- There is to be a big sale of bams
at the freight depot this 'morning. : ,
Mr. W. G. Means, mayor of Con
cord, was among the visitors on : our
streets yesterday. . . - -
Misa Mamie H. Davis, of Juiss
burg,- is visiting r-friends in Char
lotte. , She ia the guest of Miss Maty
. The Ifews and Observer an
nouncea that Mrv John F, Grr, the
teller of the First National Bank in
this city, has been commissioned a
Double Dailjr Train.. . ; ,
a fin Snndav. June- 20th. a double
daily passenger and mail service will
b established on the Western North
Carolina railroad .to meet ; the de
mands of the summer traffic. - The
trains will leave Salisbury for 5Ashe-?
ville at X :20 o'clock at night, and afr
11:25 o'clock in the day, so as to per
mit of a connectiou with the south
lj pn trains on : the Richmond arid
Danville. . r ' - - " ' '
CJeorge Moore Conrlcted of Cap
Ital Crime and the Jude iZw
quires for an Alraanae Other
Cases-fThe Grand Jury DU-
. In the Criminal - court , yesterday,
George Moore, colored wasrraign
ed, tried and convicted on, the. charge
of having repeatedly outraged the
person of his own daughter, a girl 15
years of age. Only a few witnesses
were examined, .and their evidence
was strong and convincing. . The vic
tim" of Moor e's eavogery . was placed
upon the stand and detailed the
shockmgtreatment which , she had
received from him. Her story was
told in a , straigqtforward manner,
and was corroborated :by other, wit
nesses. The brutal father could
make no defense other than to con.
tradict the girl's statement. The case
was given to the jury after argument
closed by the lawyers, and within a
very short time the jurymen return
ed to -their seats and rendered a 'ver
diet of guilty. -( As this verdict ; was
received ; Jude Mearcs : requested
Capt: Robertson,, the clerk,, to hand
him an almanac, but the -clerk r was
minus one. It is probable that had
the almanac been - handy, the date
would have been fixed and the Ben-tnce-
of death pronouncecT upon
Moore without delays - It is aggra
vated case, and 'unless a commuta
tion finally comes,. Moore will pay the
penalty with i his life. - Moore came
to Mecklenburg - last . March from
South Carolina. Several' years' ago
he murdered a man in that State,
was convicted of manslaughter and
served out a term in the penitentiary.
: After the disposal . of i Moore's case
yesterday, Horace Davis, j colored,
was arraigned and tried on charge of
embezzling funds belonging to Mr. "J.
H. Van Ness. The jury - found f him
guilty. Martin Hall, the negro who
some months ago made himself a ter-
ror to the ladies of this city, " was
tried, found guilty and sentenced to
two yeare hard labor on the county
". The grand jury yesterday : con
eluded its labors and was discharged.
The members of this body inspected
all the county buildings . and made
favorable reports on the manner in
which they are . kept. - The . grand
jury returned 81 true bills this week.
I The ZYewton State Iformal Sehool.
j The faculty of the Normal School
; which will be held in Newton this
, summer is composed of teachers of
fine reputation. The session begins
June 30 and ends Julv 23. The fol-,
lowing is the . faculty: M. C. S.
Noble, superintendent of Wilmington
graded schools, superintendent and
teacher of arithmetic; E.- P. Moses,
8UTerintendent ' Raleigh rr graded
schools, teacher of - geography r and
history; E. C. Branson, superintend
dent ' graded - schools Athens, Ga.,
methods :of teaching and -English
grammar i H. R. Stanford, State in
stitute conductor . New York,, school
government and methods- - of teach
ing; J. M." McCorkle, M D. Newton,
physiology-and hygiene ; J. A. ; Foilv
Catawba College, algebra; Miss Nellie
Cook, Wilmingfon : graded "schools,
teacher jof model school; Miss M. I
"McCorkle, Anson high school, music.
In addition jo the studies above men-
mldffllrt" 8 3: net re
sales 751'; : flock 14,994:
l treat Britain - : eonU
gross 808; sales
-; coastwise,, JiU3;
tioned, there -will be
in reading, spelling, writing and jalis-
.thenics." The ' coming session 1 bids
iair to te tne oest ever neia m wews
ton. The climate is fine, the location .
fs convenient, and the teachers are
well known as earnest faithful and
successful educators., y Those .. who
wish instruction about board, etc.,
should write to Rev. J. A. Foil, secre
tary, Newton; N.C - --
LOTS on Co' ege- street,.
id story brlc-K
fone einlalnlng two
sure.! Lot 198 feet deep.. Prlcv
HOnsi5 AND LOT next to Charlotte Hotel, a
stenntme bulldlpg PrleeiaU'- w e.
n ACBS YiCn near Elddle '"institute on the
DD C C.B R. Prloe $25.00 per acre. -' , -
HOUdTS AND LOT, comer Third' and .College
streets, two Btorr frame dwelling, 12 rooms.
HOUSE AND LOT on Sixth street, near B.- -D
B E, lot 50tl98 feet.: House contains 6
rooms. Price $2,600. -. . - -
DO t bered). in Gaston county on C. C. BaUroad
8 miles from Ml. Holly, tuee J-io per aen.
OQO ACBKSOrLAND In the Hopewell section,
00 one-half in Umbnr land and about 60 acres
In bottom land. Price $10 per acre. -
BIDDING, KTJBNITCBS, MATTRESSES.
Linen, Mosquito Nets and Crockery at re
A Fall front n Yadkin Illver
William Ricaud, one of .the work
men at the bridge over the Ynitkiu
river, yesterday experienced a thrill-,
ing ; fall, having tumbled from-;, the
top of the bridge to the. water Tjelow,
a distance of sixty feet. Kicauu a
fall waff caused by a piece of timber
e-ivine wav - under his- feet, and he
dropped straight down,' being fortu
nate in not coming Into contact with
any of I the timbers or - iron of the
bridge-i When he struck the water
he .was almost insensible, but, man
aged to keep afloat until rescued by
a boatman. ? He was- carried, to his
home where the necessary treatment
was' given him It ia believed that
he will bd able to resume work in a
few 4ays. , - - - -
CASH 1 ORT
BuUer'i Madstone Called for. , :
Mr. J. J. Smith, of Clover, B. u,r
arrived: in the city yesterday for the
purpose of securing Mr.; J. T.-Buuer s
madstone.- Mr Smith was bitten last
! Thursday by a doff that was su ppos
t ed to have been mad, and, immedi
ately applied to a physician who cut
lout the bitten flesh , and cauterized
the wound. Mr. Smithr however,
could not rest easy until he had ap
plied the madstone and accordingly
made a journey to" Charlotte: Mr.
Butler gave him the stonewitn tun
instructions -for its applicatioti, and
Mr. Smith returned to hid home, evs
idently experiencmg a great, meniai
relief. -t . "
Commencement Sext Wek.; V
Davidson College- commencement
occurs next week, and; the annuaT
oration will be delivered on Wediie3H
day by Hon. W." M. Bobbins. ' The
addresses by . the member's of the
graduating class will be delivered pfl
Thurey . fetter transportation fas
cilitiesthan haW been usually pros
vided have been secured this year Ofl
the5 Atlantic Tennessee and Ohio rail
road," and, extra' train will 'rua'e
ween Charlotte an Davidson Col
leee on two days during the' week.
The trains will leave vnanuvw
Wednesd'y &ud Thursday mornings
atSiSOo'clpck, aad return at night.
This'wiU be an excellent opportunity
for all desiring to visit Mklenburg's
hiatorieal college. '
" Tbe News from Ashevllle. '. -
Correspondence of Tu Obskbyhi.
AsHttVILLE. N. Sj
A. Gymnastic Pantomime. - - . ,
' The " young men t of the Athletic
Club have a gymnasium fitted up on
the third floor of Granite Row, oppos
site the Central Hotel, and last night
they gave an exhibition to an audi-,
ence that apparently, they wot not of.
Through the" wide-open vwindpws of
the gymnasium "room the evolutions
of the gymnasts on the various mus
cle strt-tching contrivances were
plainly to be seen tfrom the street,
und about half an hour after the per
formances commenced the pavement
alougr the Central was blocked, by an
interested mass; of spectators eagerly
Watching the - enow-l-One man,
dressed in gauze -shirt and tight fit
ting red pantaloons , appeared to be a
performer who hadVthe especial ad
miration of the 5rowd,;and his every
appearance before the window, was
greeted by suppressed murmurs of
approval. The young man who anon
would hang from . the horizontal bar
by his big toes -was another favorite,
and - thas dumb'beir, man,' who was
slinging the clubs around,, very much
as if he was fighting a swarm of yel
low jackets,- was applauded sotto
voce. - witn one accuru iub wowu
denounced the thoughtlessness of one
young man, who," justat; a critical
moment when an - athlete was about
to walk the ceiling, picked up a gui
tar and tookra ' seat ; in the .window
ehuttingout the view until he could
rattle" off several stanzas ot moon
light music. ' " '''...'
The show continued for some time,
and the ' spectators saw enough to
convince them ; that some excellent
material goes into; the formation of
the Athletic Club."" r- '
The Jewish Feast of Weeks, v
; The-Jewish Feast of - Weeks begun
this week. It : was originally a
harvest "feast, when the meat offering
was made of the new flour. Accord
ing to tradition, however, the sixth
day of the third month was the mem
orable day of . the Sinaic revelation,
and is therefore called ."the time of
the .giving of the law." This will
be the 3198th anniversary of the ap
pearing of. God upon -Mount Sinai
and giving.unto the children of Israel
the ten commandments. . It derives
the name of. the Feast of Weeks from
the counting of-, the seven weeks as
commanded - by .God Deuteronomy
xyi, i 9 s -"Seven weeks shalt - thou
number unto thyself; from the time
thou beginne8t to put the sickle to
the corn shalt thou begin to number
seven weeks."- The numbering corns
mences from the second, evening of
the Passover, and at the end of seven
weeks is s the Feast of Weeks cele
brated. : Services appropriate to be
occasion will be held in. the syna
gogues every where!?,, - 5 j -
WALVTfiTOS Quiet ;
eeipj 8; grtiKS 11;
nent - .
Weekly net receipts g
1059; ezp'ts to continent,
j ranee ; breat uriuuu - . ? . : . -
NosTOlJt Dull; , middling 9; net receipt
60; gross 60; sales ; stock 14,ri98: expoits
eoastvls ; continent ; firent Britain .
" WeeklF-net rec'ts 8464; cross 8464; sales 1631:
export coa-twlse 2108; Great Britain bU9L
Baltimore Dull; middling l 8-16: net receipts
1074; gross 1094r tales ; stock 13.0?8; spinners
; exports eoasfrwise ; ftreat Britain
- Weekly-net recetots 8478; gross t6tf7; sales ;
exp r s coastwise h&: to Great Britain 77uii; spin
ntrs 675; continent 2136. . 1 .-- .
Boston Quiet; middling 9; net reeelrts 8136;
gross 4048; saies -; stodi 6,810; exports coast
wise ; to Great Britain .
Weekly-net receipts 109i2; gross 16.M1 ; sales ;
exports coastwise . Great Britain S87J. : ; , : j
WiuniJOTOH Quiet; middling 8: net re
eyipts 10; fcro s 10; sa:es 857; stock -i. exports
co istwtse .
dJWeekly net receipts 154; gross 154; export?
fGreat Britain 206; continent coastwise 6b.
s.rPHn.At)LPHiA Quiet; ToW middling 9; net
"lecelp'B I; gross 16: sales "-; U ck -12.5i9. .
..Weekly net - receipts 812; - gross 356; sales
; exports coastwise ; to Great Britain
2525; France ; continent . . --
Savabnah Quiet; middling 8 11-16; net receipt
244; gross 244 sales 10b; stock 11,114; exports
Weekly-net " receipts 2750; - gross - 2750; sales
900; exports to Great Britain, ; coastwise
4275; continent -t France. - - ;
Mbw Oblkans Quiet; mliidUng 8; net
receipts 80 ; arost Bu3; sales 1000; stock 72,476;
exports coastwise -r ; to Great Britain t
Frnnce ; continent . - -
. Weekly net rec ta 4632; gross 6661; sales 10,000;
exports coastwise 3692; Great Britain 2196; con
tinent 178, franco a
Mobxu Quiet; middling 8; net receipts
903; gross 913; sales 3 0; stoca 1 1,791 rexporu
eoHtwisc Great Britain .' ' : -1 .
Weekly-Net receipts 909; gross 910; sales 4450
exports coastwise 2450; continent ; Great Bri
MmPHisPteady; middling 87fe; reeelpta 64;
shipments 2947: sales 950. stock 82.156. .
I Weekly receipts 741; shipments .11679; sales
4450; spinners - ; Btock - . v .
Adousta Quiet; middling 8; receipts 88; sales
162- stock 12 468.' . -' .
- Weekly etock . 193; receipts 1068; .shipment
769; sales .t
' Charleston Steady; middling 9; net r receipts
90; gross 690; sales 100;.,stoek 10,841; exports
continent i coastwise i Great Britain ;
Weekly net ' receipts "2778; - gross 2778;' sales
5500; exports to Great Britain s Trance ;
continent 19c9; spinners .
s Nw Yobk Dull and lower to sell; sales 148;
middling opianao 9 8-16; Orleans 9; consolidated
net receipts 6608; exports to Great - Britain
26754: to irraiior 359; continent 1292; Btock
Weekly Net -receipts 44; gross 10798; " sales
3496; exports to continent 42A; coastwise
Great Britain 12136; stock 271.5&).: ; - -
Contains a larger pr cent of pure oil than any
preparation made. 50 cents and $1 00 per bottle.
Prepared by - B U. JOBDON CO,
Tin.r n rwTnn ruaJX-Tiii r - - - - - - -
TOXIC, . - .
Will prvent tb hair falling.- and thoroughly
eradicate dandruff. 2aand 40 cents, ireparea oy
B. H. JOBDAN & CO. .
. EltOG COUGH MIXXUItE,
Is the best preparation made for all affections ot
the lung, contains no opla es ot any kind. . 25
and 50 cents. - Prepared by - - .
".. B. H. JOED AN & CO., Druggists. '
FOR 95 cents, . .
on can buy a bottle of Furniture Polish That
will make old furniture look as good as new, at
B. H. JOH.DAN CO'S,
" isprings' umer.
If UQllliS CARItOLIC MOUXXI
Will keep the gums In & healthy condition, pre
serve the teeth and cure sore mouth of any kind.
Prepared by , . . B H. JOBDAN CO..
- , . . - . . Druggists. -
ruiJ..ij.j..ill.j..o ' . --'
- - CASTOBITE. - -
- The cheapest and best oil for buggies, carriages
and vehicles of ail kinds, in quart cans, at
. B. H. JORDAN ft CO 8, Springs'-Corner. -
. .Warner's Yeast Cake, .
A great convenience tokousekeepers. 10 cents
per box at B. H. JOBDaN CO'S,
- , ' . . Springs' Coiner.
fr Scov Electric Hair Curler
Immediately ; -la, bangs and crimps the half
jror sale py , . n, a. jjauA.n a, xaj., t -
. . - :., ...; . Springs' Corner.
Talentlno's Taffy Tola - ;
Is the purest and test ehewlng gum. Seven pieces I
lor o cents u ' v . u. u. jsjtwAn a. w s, .
. . - . aprlngs' Corner.
' - Ivory Soap at
mm it nnh
Double back and front at the k sum o
50 cents each. .
Te are selling an elegant Seersucker Cc:
and Vest at 81 50.
We are selling an elegant T7ool Suit
7 00. . -r
We are selling the best 5.00 Boy's Suit
in the city. 1 . . "
ExtraPants for Boys in "age from 5 "to
13 years. . : ' - : . :
. Boys Shirt waists in White Goods, Tef
cale and. Seersuckers. Call, and see us. ;
Leading Clothiers and Tailors.' Mail orders promptly and carefully attended to
Rkw Tom Net receipts ; gross 430;
Futures d .sed quiet; sales 67 500 bales, i - - ;.
May. ...... ; .
WORTHS OF - TINWARE
Febniary.... ........ ,. .........
March. . .. ..... .. ... .... .......
9 98 09
AT iTlcADEIfTItXJG, C, :
- - - ' -
NOTHING SUCCEEDS UKE SUC
CESSFUL BARGAINS. 7'-.
, , KBCKIFTS AT AT.T. PORTS,
Nbw York The following are -the total net re
ceipts of cotton at all points since oepu isu. 1000. , ;
McADEN 1 YODNG
Our stock is now full and Complete, surpassing any previous stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES that we have ever offered for the . . , . ; , ,
Spring and Summer Trade.
- - Our orders were placed with the best manufacturers, which enable us to .
offer a very superior line of -. r x; .- s -
'r'' : LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S- . ' . . ;
Fine Shoes, Slippers Newports and Paris rTies.
Onr Worst Enemiesi;5i:'?
Next to our vices, are our follies.' ' Among them Is
tne imperilling of future bodliy comfort, and the
average tenure life to which persons of moder
ateiy good constitutions are presumably entitled,
by imprudence In eating and drinking, and the
reck It an use of-dragB.--.lt Is one ot the happy tpa
billiles of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters tbat It can
rpalr d'imBgeUws inflicted. When the blood la
thin and attry, the bowels out of order, the com
pleilon and tongue b-th giving evidence of bilious
ness, mere is necessity ior reyairs uyou mu uuuiau
tenement obvious enougri to startle Its possessor.
A cuuroe of the Bitters, theab ndonroent ot "drug
elng" fO' relief, and a common, sense mode of
UfeT-these will sredily produce a change for the
better ; what quinine for fever and ague, and
mercury for biliousness and oonatlpatiou, mm t
do, the Bitters will. It aiso relieves rueumatlsm
and neuralgia, and inactivity of the kidneys. -
V - . .; ; tm m - - C'
- PHes are frequently preceded by a sense of
weight In the back, loins and lower part ot abdo
men, causing the patient to suppose he has some
affection of the kidneys or nelgborlng organs. At
times, symptoms of Indigestion are present, ' flatu
lency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture
tike perspiration, producing a very disagreeable
ltchihga after getting warm, is a common auena
ant. Blind. Bletdlng and Itching Piles yield at
nntv) tn thn nnnlloatlon of Dr. BosankOS Pile Bern"
edy. which acts directly upon the parts affected,
absorbing the Tumors, allaying the Intense Itch
ing, and effecting a permanent cure.- Price 60
eents. Address The Doctor Bosanko Medicine Co.,
Plqua. O. sold by u. n. wiiston. - .
- forty lean' Experience or aa OM Nnne.
: Mrs.' Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, for children
teetbln& Is the prescription of one of the best fe
male pni slcians ana nurses in toe unueacuues,
and has ben used for t-rty years with never fall
ing success by millions of mothers for their chil
drn. -It relieves the child from pain, euros dysen
tery and diarrhoea, griping in tne boeis and wind
colic By giving health to the enild It rents the
mother. We would say to every mother who has
a child suffering rrom any of the foregoing com
plaints: Do nutlet your prejudices, nor the pre
judices ot others, stand between your suffering
cmid ana me renei iaai wui i sure-jra,
lutely sure to follow the use of this medicine.
Sold by dragglsts throughout the world. Price 25
eents a bottle. , ,
Mrmrnr w TELEGRAPa
v JUNE 11, 1886. .'. ; ' 5
'".'."-"."" ' Produce-
New Orleans, -.
Norfolk, v ... -
Baltimore, - - -.
New York, -
Boston,: --' :
West Point, '
Brunswick, ; ' 'i
Port Royal, ! -Pensacola,
:' Total, ;-; -'v
- ' 7H9.666
-. ' 490859.
COSTPAKATTVB X)TTOH 8TATK1CKNT. r .
Net receipts at an TJ. S. ports during week 81.386
Same time last year. - ;s?
Total receipts to this date..-. ?-2W75
Same time last yr 4'b2-;
Exports toy the weeK .... i. & , .
Same week-last year. & i
Total exports to this date. .;: t 8-95J.?g
xosameaaie lasiyear.... . ......,...
Stock at all United States ports . .-r. . . . . .
Same time last year. .......v..-....-. ."-'-
Stock at all interior towns.... ............
Same time last year;:
Stock at. Liverpool .......................-
Same time last year v.-.-.-,"
Stock of American afloat for Great Brlt'n.
I Same time lastly ear.
Immense - Bargains
Have become a household topic everywhere. . Or
der pouring In from all directions, Bich and
Crhndlng out where the great bargains can- be
DSTEBUINZD TO LEAD POB THK PK0PLI.
Be firm ; one constant element of lock
Is genuine solid old "Celtic" pluck. - -
Stick to your aim, the mongrel's hold will slip.
But only crowpars loose tne ouuaog's gnp,
Small though he looks, The Jaw that never yields
Drags down the bellowing monarch of the fields.
We are daily' increasing the pressure, pushing
things as they were never pushed before; offering
bargains that knocks everything UaU Knocking
making competition all.- With us business has
been oceanic. Th' tidal wave of trade -sweeps
grandly Into McAdensvllle, N,. C In tbese preca
rious times. In these uncertain days of LICENSE
or PROHIBITION, It is . necessary to be on the
aien ; alive and lull ot business glneer. as Is well
known we.have.cnt loose the hld and the grip of
high prices, and have whipped up the horse of
trade, and here we go tlck-1-ty cut for the people B
benefit, and ffr still luWKB FBiCKS. Dry Goods
cheaper than ever. 1 Bargains In every department
Send your orders to us. A1U packages of (500
value delivered In Charlotte free. . - .: . x .
SlcAIE. & iOUlVC,
LEiDEBS OF LOW PBICE3,
y MisAdensvIUe. N. '
-: , " - ALSO A. LARGE BTOCK
TRUNKS, VALISES AND II AND DAGS, !
GLYCERINE POLlSH,?FRENCH BLACKINa, BLACKING BRUSHES, &c
r . , Wejwish especially to call attention to our elegant line of
GEWTS' CUSTOM MADE SHOES.
' . . , - - .r t .- - -. , ' - c .. :-'-"
You are cordially invinfed to call and see us bev
Prices to suit the times,
. Trade Street . -
GRAY & CO.
BOOK AND STATIOXSaYTOSE.
: ; No. 17 S. Tryon Street. , r
IffiCKLbllBDBfi ICS CO,
: II A. 1 LOT1? E, W.
- CITY T3ADS. '
Vm further not'r-e. on and after Jue-da, Jane
Jst, our pity ousto
wiu De lurniNutu
icf purctiasin? -
nn 8 delivery
from 5 pour, us
ot t J i-j-tjts rr h'.iu
i ' WrtfcW f'tl-k -si.8 of a
. .j t ftiti t-t taeir option
,t, t"C, y Ln t c'nrfg for
-is. .weaie nw mauuiactur-
a -1 rf,ir 1)9 U) tne in!e ai " '
S?qu ?J 5 P?ire e-vstal h f eca
liHK W.ing wer fiAVIS, Supt.
wagon lu s
BP, at t.is u
hlcher price c
wnhjur t ii-f ci,-
the lower iimwd i
. Car Load of 10 tons, YW
from 6 to 10 tons, - '
PromlM5 tons, . " '-.
- rx)toi,( ipoun. i. : . , .
t"roi iv i
Inn. ii t
' tUl C 1 t V 1 , ,
It. ( ' t-ff.-'
Jnne 9. The
immense rainfall of the last few days
has done much damage, say addi
tional reports from the country.. Es
pecially in the neighborhood of Mar-:
shall,' Madison eounty, the most las
t-rt Mia nt the bright tobacco counties,
the injnry to property; xcropsis
said to be greater thaa that of any
rain that evpr felHa thecounty- gne
planter, Captl Wyatt Bunion, says
he was damaged Xully one thousand
jnn-av .nofher said one-third of bis
crop wk? gone and that haU of his
neighbor bad suftered as badly , as he
Tta trestles' on the W, N. C. Rail
road, which wer washed a way. have
been replaced and regular travel has
been resumed. ': : : . v :
The new furniture factory, requir
ing a force of 150 bands, has started.
Messrs. McCarty ft Hull are begin
ning the manufacture of a most da
lio-btful smoking tobacco, on a large
The Trial Today. l
Sheriff Griffith has checked off the
necessary 100 1 names to' compose the
special venire for a jury ' on the
Long-Cuthbertsen.case, and the trial
will begin inthe f court house this
morning. There has been naoessa
tion of interest ip. the matter 5 what-"
ever, and the court room Will doubt-
lea be crowded throughout the heart
ine Since his imprisonment in jail,
flarge number of friends have called
at the prison to 'see Mr . Loqg, to, - ass
sure hinv of their sympathy and
friendship. -vThe prisoner appear to
be cheerful and ' ip : hopeful of an
acquittal at the bands, of "the jury.
Mr! Long's imprisonment is looked
upon a s a xnere form of law. Yess
terday he wa, perm.itted to visit hs
horne under guard to." see ms iitue
chijld, whih is dangerously sick a4
in a low conditioii, . .;
st is Jbardly prohable that th trial
will be concluded today, but it ex
pected all. the testimony ' will be
taken. - ' r :
Gray's Trade Street Theatre.
" The work of fitting up Gray's Trade
street theatre is now in full blast and
the ta9k will be completed " within a
mon th, v The interior pi tins puuoing
will be arranged very much on the
plan of the Charlotte opera houss,
curve around the Bides, but is square
from wall to' wail,, eitending well
over the auditorium." The. stag? -if
large and roomy, and i? '.constructed
pa th0 latest design, the- front being
slightly lower than the rear, part.
The dressing room, .will, be down
stairs under the stage. -Mr. Gray
intends to'haye- a ' big time at the
christening of te new theatre. ;
. ' mm i. i mi mJ " 1 11 '
rni?sfeterm X7Iy d Slothera
' ir.o-v-'---,'"-"vr"r.Titoerr. I'-'bI'b Cctl-
RiirMOR.-inour Steady; 'Howard vStreet
snj Western Superfine J2.50a$3.0O; Extra
$a.l0ffi$3.8a: Family $4.00a4.75; Cltn Mills
Superfine $2 50ai!l.00; Bio bra,.dB $45034 75.
Wheat Southern nominal; Western lower and
active, closing dull; Soutnern red 80383. ameer
86ab8; No: Na 2 Western winter red spot 70
b d. - Corn Southern firmer; Western Irregular,
and lower? Southern white 4346; yellow 42a43j,;
- CHIOA80 Flour onchangedf - Southern - winter
t4 25a $4 50 Wheat- active and tower; June 7214
73;; July 73iAS75i&; Auaust 74f276.- -Cora
Zeaw; aSh 84 Jun S4E4rJuly 36a87;
August SomtTso 10-W. UaUC-auu UU WBJi H
U71A; June 2736927; July 2728 Mess pork
fatflV ettve and steady: cash 8 88; - Jalr-S&jBO
BStBBO; AUgU-8.w. iiara UHjauj; caon o.uivs
ffi$6 10; JuSr 6.12Va$6 16; August $6 20ffi6.25.
Boxed meats steady; dry salted shoulders ' $4 70
4 75: short clear sides $5.75tii6 80; short rib
.Ides steady; cash $560, Whiskey steady at
$1.14. ; Sugar-raacUanged; Standard A 61.
Nkw yoRK.T-Southem floar -dull; - common
to fair extra, $3.26a$365. Wheat fuUy le
wr. Nn. -a red June 823)82: July 825fc&83.
Corn 1AC lower; No 2 Julv 43843: Au
gust 45iAffi46iA. Oats taaysc lower: No. June
hVtQMk Coflee-spot fatr Kio d,ull at 9Vs- Sugar
steady; Centrifugal 65fe; Mu ovado4'?;PoTto Bico
49-16. fatrto good refining 4 13-16415-16; refined
steady; 5i Standaro A 6; Cut Loaf and
Cwshed-7f27i; Granulated 6t. Molasses
stead. : Biee leady. Cotton seed oll-qnlet; crude
36; reaned 82. Bosln steady at $10010-; Tur
pentine steady at 83ffi84 - Hides on;New.O
-leans SwailV; Texa I0dh-' Wool firmer : do
mestic leece 273)36: pulle04a33; Texas 922.
Pork steads; miadleB dull; loDg clear 6- Xard
c-Jibout'e fTlgher; : Western steam spot $6.22Vs;
July $tf.S0,a$6.85, KreightM firm. ; Cotton $$
- Irerpool Cotton Wnrltet.
- LrvKBFboc June 11. DnU with limited inquiry;
Uplands 6tfed; Orleans 6 a-iwi; saies b,wi; specu
lation and export 1U00; receipts 8,400; all Amerl
. can. Futures dull. . ,
- Uplands lo jnlddling clanse June and July
delivery 5 4 64d. . . , .
July and August 5 6-64d -4
August and September 5 6-64d. . :-., . - '
j September and October 5 2 64. ,
November and Deeember 4 62 64d.-' - v
saioa tnr thB mwlt fi7 fl): American 46.000: spec
nlation 12 00; export 1700; actual export .1,700;
Import 60.000: American 43.000; stock 643,000;
Amerlcan.480,000; afloat 232.000; American iu4,uuo.
2 p. m. Sales American 6 800. June delivery .
4-64d,tbuyjrs.i - .
, June and July 5 464d. (buyers,)
v July and August DWira isenere.i
Augut and September 6 f-4d, (sellers.) .
KontamlMT and October 5 2 64d. (buyers ) ; :''
- October and November 463-64d, (buyers.)
; November and December 4 62 64d, (buyers.)
DeoembfT and January 4 62-4d. (buyers ) , : ,
' September 6 6 64d, (buyers.) ' . - t
Futures closed quiet. . ,
- - City Cotton llarfcet..t;..,;,J-
.." r." - OmCI OT TBX OBSKSVTO, I :,
Chablottb, N.C.,Juuel2,l885 J '
The city cotton market yesterday eloped steady i
at the following quotations-3 . -
Owvi mlrlrtlttlff . .L -i .. .7.. . ; ; 8.75
Strict Middling. v.- 8.871A
Middling, - aS0
sfatosT..:: - v mm
RMBints vesterdav... ... ..... .. .. .. . ; ... -.. - 87
. Because we aue shipping our Ice Boxes, Befrtg
srators, Freezers and F.y Fans to keep them cool
Only one glance at them prevents anger. Try one
and von will be convinced. : Husbands tnank us
wives implore us not to be : without them. . Save.
trouble and buy one. ,
ttKFBIQER4TOKi, - k '
FREEZERS. '. . , - r- ' -
READY MADE CL0TDII-.
' This sale will commence to-day, and the prices which all goods, without
exceptions, will be offered, secure to intending purchasers BARGAINS un
paralelled in the annals of the .
:..': j.. - , : . I ',.-.';. y '- ;
GIT Y -TAX RETURNS
; TAKE NOTICE". -
-fcTnTims ts hkkkby hivkn tu w futt-
li sons resid ng in the City ot Charlotte, or who
on or have control of taxable property in the
City on the first of June, lfc86, or who are liable to
win ta-i tn rotntti to me. om or before the last day
of Jane, a list ot their taxble property (and polls)
In said City, on said 1st of June, 1S86 Pursuant
to See. 30, amended Charter of rity. - ; K.
Returns taken from 1st to 30th of June at ofllce
in City Hall lrom 9o ciockj a m to a p. m.- . . ..
ICE CHESTS, - ,
- ICB CHESTS.
j- ; j .
" These -good are being sold, at astonishingly low
figures. We nly ask a trial to convince you.
Fruit Jars. Jelly Tumblers and other seasonable
goods. - -
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The best and choicest stock of Clothing, Gents Furnishing Goods, 1 Hats
&c., will be offered. -Our stock comprises
ALL WOOL BOUND AND SQUARE ; COT
sack suits, -" " -', -
In Cassimere, Cheviot and Diagonals, which will be sold from $5.00 up.
RUftlr. nrnwn and Fanev Colors, which
-. tTmrrnrK ttstttt rr I uuw,mouu .m., .0w - : ..
AIS U 1 JOLCjiX IN H VV JLiUX I we will sen from 7.$o up.
nt ntntiPT RptH.- Ten sets have been sold to one
buyer. Call and examine them at the China Pal-
ace of ; " , -. .
K B. dautsfield; Agt.
Norf oiks. Corded, Plaited, and Plain - Sacks, in
Seersuckers sizes from 4 W13 at $1 75 and up.
Cassimeres, Tweeds and
WlLtOHtfTOH Turpentine fl'ta at 29
Srm; strained 721fc; good etrainea
nnu at Sl.ito: oruue uuinuw.
76: yellow dip $160; vlrsto 1.80 .- . ,-;
- h&vannah i urnentiue auiei 3 woi,
Bosln firm at 90fr$l.05 .
chablkston -Turpentine quiet at 29, .Bosln
Quiet at b5 for good strained. ...
NKW TOBK. ' ' ? -
' Exchange 4.8634. Money 2tfeffilt& Subreasury
balances gold $129,162,000; currency l4,ao5,0u0;
trovs-.Timents tieglcCted; tour per cents. Sl.2(j;
threes. $1.00 SUte bonds-qulet. -Alabama
Ciss A. 2 to 6. ...i.. .,", Lya ..
. " CIsjs B, 5.,,, . .... .... L07 -.
Beorgia '8,,,,.,, ...... ...-'
North Carolina 6'8.,,-.i.-..it..,.-.., a.o
North Carolina 4 Mt.rt. .i..v; ...-. .... . w
South Carolina-Brown Consols...-.,.. ...! .. HI
Tennessee 6's... ...... ............ ......r
Virginia 6's..i.. ....
Virginia C nol8, rw
Chicago an4 Korth western.,,. . - ?
Cblcagoand Nortnweatern, preiewa..,-..
rtnioicGrA onrl T .nxlrawB.nrift .. .". l.o1 'il
A7QianMv iui iwt.i ------ t)-
Men's Seersucker' Coats and Vests' at $1.50
Boys' " ;-"v " : "
Mens' Office ' " .
50 doz Mens mackmaw straw hats at
Hlnrlfc ftilvArwarA! 50 doz Bovs and Ghildrens " 44 "
..w. ..... . .
10 doz Mens Merino v enuiators
10 doz A .Manilla Hats, very fine " 1.00
WuMf -IPi? .(Dcsmu
wmle in every case, tne reduction nas oeen suraciem w -- - -
BEST ; QUALITY
C"art;.:.burg road is
on the Asisevilla and
promised to the
Oliwn.aie"- et- iwy.vic
sucaaa ovarian trouuifs, lunai
tion, f..i "1 d " - -eai"
f-,..r , (lTr t S, t
1,.,. ' L' H D 1' y V
. t , ,-r t
f i. t ii b
imHuon ana ui'"i-
t or beam-g c a
1, Ciiii:...d Of 1 S
sr;s Bprlr '.
o- ... --, p.
vu- . X 1
i to 1 1. J. is, j. '
East Tennessee....... -Lake
Irfmlsvilie and Nashville;
Memphis and Charleston.
MobUe and Ohio. ... ....................
N ash vllle and Chattanooga. . ,i, ............. .
k . n,lfiQnB Pa'i tl. 1 at. . . . .... ....
I v.. . ! . .... r. ,
ioo, vk rkntt! ........... 1.04i
Norfolitand WesterBpreferred..... 33a
Northern JPaclflo common ........... i
N'ort'oern Pacific preferred.,... ........ ...
Io o Mail , .... .... . . '
F RliEg..... .... .... .... ........ ...
I ;timondand A;,'3ny..M.......fl?Mv
', ..hmnnil and T ... . V A ............ ...i
: -mond and West Point TemJgial..... ...
-j. k iU, .... m
. Faul.pranta :
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-A VISIT T(
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BARNETT & ALEXANDER.
Free delivery. Telephone
call 81. - ,
t' w 'Trn1 nV Acive and Intelli-.
, ' h , i I t llLi-U I pent, to-represent in
rnrowa locHitiy nnoianrin uoioretrces re-nui,-
V9"v3ni t vo ' '-n and good salary, ui aw.
lii.,... ytwN.Y. . - -. aprlw
, . w -noe. ltt. SCOTT S ti.toia.iU UUUio,
This ia genuine and no disappointment need be feared. Every prr
wiU be fulfilled.
West Trade Street
Ctarlotte, K. C.
1:-:U'.e :, will
ou,: i ew urn. Ine Uu. wuUauo.
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