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2 500 yards, 32 inch 15 cents Percales at! 8
i 8 mC? Summer
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COME AN D
' . They .are exactly, as 'advertised, and the prices are such
as are n 3 1 offered to yoa probably once in a life time.
Come one and all and get a bargain.
i 4&SJ1.4 VES &
HOI FOR THE
AX.L GRADES OF
ae Twilled Flannels
For B.iihlng Suits.
I ' TRAVELLING WEAR.
T. L SEIGLE.
At g.cents per.yai-4. t.
CREAM CRINKLED SEERSUCKERS
At 6i cents per yard
LACES m all widths,
sols and Umbrellas.
E. L. alEELEB-AC0-.
qUCgESSQBS TQ ALBXAND8B s HABBfS
THE 0; X
Opened for tha season,
parties on short notice
Ice Cream and
Fres .Bread. CaKe? and Pies Daily;
"Just received" a choice lot of Potted Meats, O nned Fruits, Pickles,
Crackers, &c. Also, Imported and Domestic Confectionery. .
" d F.?H A'RRISON '
. ' " - "v-t.i ,-. Successor to Mayer Sc. Boss.
CATAWBA : SPRINGS,
CATAWBA CO.; TS. C
tun lustlr celebrated watering place is
opn for the accommodation ol lite public. -
- New Buildings uae been erectsd, and the rooms,
hare been refitted aod refurnished with new fur-
Tbe" management promise the best attention
! possible, anu the table will be supplied, with the
best that the marlcet affords.;. . ?
THE MEDICAL5 PROPERTIES4 OF
.-: THE WATERS UNRIVALED
Jo Diseases of the tiyfr. Drspepsl Bheonwttsm,
Wdnej and Urtnarj Diseases, and General De
bilitr and Nervous Prostratlow, and Healthier
Location not to be found. : . i : - ,
OATIT HOUSE I iOMPLETB -
Paot.hower and Warm Sulphur j and Turkish
' Hot 4lr, Vapoi aod Medicated BaUis, when te-
amusements usuallr'kept at first class Wa
B.K WADDKLL & WIlfjE. r Proprietor. '
, , Managers. :
. aaayaOsatninwedAtrmtt '
- Hou3C3 Rented,
' ' hoow pmted anf renti collected, In the
;4dTertsed tree.of etarge. v j "
: : 'CHA2JLOTTS EXAL E3TATX AGINCY, .
IV; r B. B.COC3AS3t Manager,;'.--i
""'isi' it trs- Cs::t rrctt cestnlEoteL
Silks, lovely shades at , 25 Cents
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Sooth Tryori Street, J. . . . Charlotte, N. C.
Ladies, Misses'and Children's
BUTTON; CONGRESS & LICE SHOES,
; Gents' jrine Hand-Made and Machine Sewed '
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BOYS' AND "SOUTHS
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GEN TS' 'FINE 1
Silk, Soft and StifF' Hats,1
UMBRELLAS OF ALL KINDS,
SHO? BLACK IN r AND BRUSHES.
4Ima Polish for Ladies' Fine bhoes.'
Stock always -kept full and
up to the demand.
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OBDEBS BY HAIL OB IXPRE33 FBOMPTLT
ATTENDED TO. .
of ORIENTAL FLOUNCINQS and,
White Qoodjs and Embroideries, Para-:
Water Ices furbished to familes and.
CLEVELAND MURAL SPRINGS
Are now ot en for the reception of visitors.
re M miles weslrof Charlott"', 3 miles from Shel
bF. N.C. and only! mile from Carolina Central
Railway, where a new dcDOt has beeu erected and
Deautuuuj nntsnea iot we ppneaf oc
Visitors lo U Springs.
Plenty of ke secured for the season,
COLD AHD HOT IB AT OS.
- A good string band has been employed for the
The table win be furnished with the very best
the market affords. , .
Hacks will be at the Springs' station on th ar
rival of every train. -
Vor further tnfonoatloa address
, e. JuioB, POSTON,
Parliamenlarr Taelieg Which
Bedound to the AdTantisjce of
the Democratic PartvIIolnian
.: In the Breech O.her'ltlatters.
Correspondence of Tsk Observer. "
Washington, June ll.-JE shall not
attempt to put together Jthe-roceed
ings ; today on the resolutions of
Juige .Kelley to expunge General
oa Record. The Associated Press
wut give a full an X corrected account
01 ine wnole. l merely -desire to
lfOmniAnfcnnnnaAfarAfaefniAa Af thA
r va4j Ui B " V I UUIU1 EO VI JIUD
very peculiar discussion "which took
place.. - In the first' place, we had
Judge Kelly, the personal friend of
Stanton, making the most vitupera
tive speech I" have heard in the
House. Then we had two "Western
Republicans, Hepburn and Anderson,
rising, and with .great indignation
repudiating some of the statements
of the great Pennsylvania protection
ist' We had also the Democratic
leader Morrison, taking the accused
man, Wheeler off the floor without
opportunity for reply to Kelly's as
saults on his character, and Speaker
Carlisle ruling so as to keep him off.
The preference of the resolutions of
fered by Kelly to the committee . on
rules was a stroke of policy undoubt
edly. It gets rid of unwelcome mat
ter. As regards the expunging reso
lutions themselves, it must be admit
ted : that they have no ground on
which to stand, The committee wilL
of ' course, so report. The . question
of . whether Wheeler should have
made the speech, and the question
whether he had the parliamentary
right to make it are very different.
The admission of Hepburn and An
derson show that even Republican
prejudice was not sufficient to blink
the facts in justice to the : matter.
Some of the Republicans are," how
ever, anxious to have the untimely
Speech circulated. As to the speech
itself, it is choke full of truth, and
in the end that cannot hurt, North or
South. Upon the whole the case did
not ' go against the Democrats, als
though General Wbeeler did all he
could, innocently of course; to get his
party into a Lerbonian bog. f
While Mr. Hoiman was discussing
the general features of the legislative
bill e was plied busily with ques
tions by both Democrats and Repub
licansas to the purpose of the amend
ment relating to the ..civil service.
The scene was animated for a few
momenta. : Hoiman denied what is
ommonly understood to be the purs
pose of the amendment, but admitted
that 'it might have the effect charged
namely, to put Democrats in office,
The debate is likely to last out the
week. It is. is understood that the
amendment will be ruled out of order
and it is stated that the appointment
of Blount as chairman of the commit,
tee of the whole instead of Springer,
wag a part of the programme. It is
known that- the latter would have
-ruled favorably. - The whole- scheme
is uawortby of the committee from
which it emanated. The only thing
that could be gained by Adopting the
amendment would be to place the
Democratic party in an awkward
plight before the country' t -
The . Senate is discussing Senator
Butler's1 naval cadet bill, k .
' Senator-Ransom has returned.
Judge MeRae, r of Fayettevijle, is
'Mr. E. S. Warrock, formerly of
Wilmington," and more latterly of
Yancey county, is in the city. (
During Judge Kelly's reading of
SatitSn'a long letter this morning
Judge Bennett delivered, an able
yawn, which-punctuated the perform-,
ance perfectly. . -'
i ; Seqj top Blackburn a'qd Representa?
tive Hoiman say it will be the middle
of August beforf Congress adioums.
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MB. BVTLEB'8 PBOPDECTt
n Believes) Taxation Will Foree
Another Sectional Straggle. -
Philadelphia, June ! 10.- Gen. B.
F. Butter; today expressed himself at
some length to the Wod correspond
dent pn the general politjoal outlook.
He branded : civil service as a ham
ancj. thought the Democrats in Cpn-
gress showed a lamentable want of
- . Vf -t-U ii . . ... :
conesion. ne peueves me next tresis
dential campaign will be ioupht as
the last was, on the character o can
didates and the' scramble for Bpoila.
There will, he thinks, be no third or
ganization of ' consequence, as both
sideg will bid for the labbr vote.
Taking- what he Called a long range
view of things be expressed the idea
that the great preponderance of the
South in national councils would
eventually produce discord again, but
just when, no maa could say. He
referred ? specially to the fact that
while the South pays but one-fifth of
the taxes she - dominates the Presis
dency, the ' lower House and will
soon secure the Senate, all on a sys
tem of representation based on a sup-
posea negro vote. 'xrouDie .wiu come
someday he believes, when the South
tries to use this power to coerce the
North into payment of Southern
losses during the war. The conflict
may not , be of the sword, but will
certainly, be a business one bred of
taxation. . : .-v . -
it-r'-A Thousand Dollar Speech.
Robert P. Porter, who wss a mem
ber of the Tariff Commission and - is
known as a tariff . writer, has put a.
new x or k- statesman m a hole by
telling his friends, that he received
$1,000 for writing him a short tariff I
speecn. xne statesman is Congress
man- Einstein and the speech is not
so remarkable but that any - bright
writer could have, prepared its equal
in an uour, , - v ' . . u -
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- - JNO. H. liOADEN, Wholesale Druggist.
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HEiIBI WARD BEECIIEB.
Sensation Orer a False Report of
is His Death Preparing Speak
in England. -
New York. .TnnA 1(1 TTon rTr Win- A
Beecher receives manv nails. Tht
visitors were many, and they "came
-to see whether he was ' dead or alive.
A rumor had spread that appoplexy
had suddenly killed him with a single
stroke. The source of the false news
is undiscoverable, but it doubtless
Uea in the fact that the pastor of
Plymouth has been compelled to bes
gin a long vacation at once instead of
waiting until July, as usual. The re
port did not get into print; but it had
a wide circulation by word of mouth
Beecher was jolly over it. He opened
the door of his house in person to
most of the callers in order, as he
laughingly explained, to Bhock them
with disappointment. Mrs. Beecher,
often followed him into the hall to
J Pee and enjoy4he ? pleasure of the
iriendftas jhey viewed him alive and
roseate, xney Were invited ini On
his library desk a bottle of port wine
was kept UDStoppered most of the
time, because , many of the visitors
accepted J his suggestion - that they
drink long life to him'. He drank
none nimself. however, though he
received the toasts in smiling atten-
nou. iron is not my tipple, ' he
said. ',1 occasionally take a glass of
Rhine wine or claret, but port has
too much body in it. ' It would
strengthen me. That isn't what I
need. ( The fact is, I have too much
health, too abundant blood, too much
robustiousness. That is the trouble
with me." .
: Beecher'8 - sons were among . the
earliest inquirers, for the rumor of
their father's death had reached them
promptly. , -i:-"y
Deacon Howard, his most intimate
church friend, hugged him impulsive-
iy, ana exclaimed : "I kne w : well
enough you were not dead, Tor I'm
sure I'd have dropped dead at the
same time." - '
Deacon S. V. White, the Wall
street speculator, took a cab and
drove so fast that a Dolice atonnfld
the vehicle for moving swifter than
the city ordinance permits.
"White, : old fellow," exclaimed
Beecher, on being congratulated1 bv
him on being alive, "I'm only partial
ly so, you know, for Tve been politi
cally dead since last falL" This was
a jocose allusion to a rather sharp
remark by White in'ef speech- as to
Beecher having politically killed him
self by bolting James G, Blaine.
' Women were plenty in this in
formal reception, and one of them
imprinted a kiss ton his left cheek.
low down among the creases, but she
was a staid matron of fifty, and a
Croney of Mrs. Beecher.
j! Newspaper reporters were numer
ous, too, and Beecher welcomed them
with good humored jest, "you come
w my mnerai as earnestly - as you
went to Brother Cleveland's wed
ding," he said to several who arrived
in company. "But when I die I
shan't be so shy as he was about get
ting married. . .- I : am not modc4t.
You journalists have never encour-..
aged me to .be so." To one reporter
who had known and reported him
many years, he said: "Inevitably,
old boy, your job of stenographing
my sermons' is almost over. I am
an old man. ' You have written down
hundreds of columns of my matter,
havn't you f and you never got a
word that I didn't conscientiously
believe. Sometimes I was wrong in
my expressions, no doubt, and in
many things I have changed my
mind, but I have never been insin
cere." , ;-: :-: v rVv'iw .i;'?
K Mr. Beecher is seriously ill, and
he will preach next Sunday what he
firmly believes will -be his . last ser
mon iq Plymouth church. ' He ex
pects to die of an apopletic stroke be-
fore long. 'That has been his convic
tion for a year, arid he has talked of
it to his intimate friends repeatedly.
In so thinking hekhaibeen influenced
by hisphysical temperament, his
failing health, his old age and his
family tendencies.- In conversation
on the subject he has been cool,- calm
and cheerful, but utterly hopeless of
surviving the "year. Deacon John
Howard, his closest personal friend,
and constant companion,' recently
called a meeting of the Plymouth
deacons and spoke to them of their
Sastor's feebleness. 1 had been Mn
eecher's annual custom to continue
"preaching until the end of ' July, and
then take a -vacation extending well
into September, on account of a re
occurrence of hay fever early in the
autumn, gut deacon Howard rep-,
resented that the venerable - clergy
man would have to stop - work, at
once or break down at it. Hs natur
ally strong constitution was evident-,
iy giving away to age's infirmaties
and premonitions of apoplexy were
manifest. The deacons voted unani
mously that a vacation ought begin
at once and last until October, The
trustees, in whom the power really
rests,' have now agreed to that prop
eition, and last evening the matter
was laid before the congregation for
approval. Mr. Beecher h i decided
to go to JCuropo, on June lf th, accom
panied by his wife. He hypes that
Gladstone will appeal to the voters of
England in an election: for indorse
ment of , his home , rule i for Ireland
policy, in which case he wilj take the
stump for hjrPt Hi advisers abjure
him to dja no speaking abroad, but to
rest entirely, but he says that politi-.
cal oratory in England would be re
creation, and he has already written
to Gladstone, with whom he haa for
30 years: been in occasional corress
pendenoe, tendering -: his - services,
should they be desired. He thinks
that such employment would help,
rather than hinder him in his health,
and. he is thought to be ambitious to
make his mark once more as an ora
tor before he dies.
Death of a Rabbi,
New Orleans, June 12 Rev. J. K.
Gutheins,.. Rabbi of the Temple of
Sinai in this city: died last nieht. He
was one of the most prominent leader
in tfte reformed Jewish church and
in the Jewish orders and charitable
institutions. His funeral will take
place Monday; . .
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SUNDAY, JUNE 13,
, A DEED OF DEVILS
a witEt'tt OH THE CENTRAL,
Devilish Ingenuity 0f -
: wreicnes inal Planned the
Fatal Work Indescribable Snf.
ferine "of Fireman Ifladdox
"For God's Sake Kill MeX - v
, The Savannah News of Wedness
day gives at .. length , the shocking
details of the accident on the Central
railrdad, at Rogers, eightv-five miles
west of Savannah, by which Fireman
Maddox was killed and V.n
Prendergast seriously injured. The
accident was caused by obstructions
placed npon the track by some uns
known fiends for the purpose of
wreuKing tne train, in which horrible
design they unfortunately succeeded.
The deviliah ingenuity of the wreches
is shown by the device they adopted
to cause the wreck. - ; ,
.An examination of the track where
the wreck occured revealed one of the
most carefully and successfully plan
ned jobs of train wrecking that has
ever beep&nown. A block of hard
wood was found wedged in the
4,frog" of the switch, between the
rails and even with the top so that it
would not be seen. . Tt
that the flange; of the engine wheels.
wnen they struck it, could not drive
it out, but would wedge it in tighter.
The Switch is lust bevond
and the track can be seen by the
engineer but a short distance ahead.
The train wrecked was the night
express which left Atlanta Monday
with i six cars two sleepers, "day
coach; smoker, and the baggage, ex
press and mail cars, in charge of Con
ductor W, H. Beebe. ! The night was
very dark and the wildest excitement
prevailed. The tender telescoped the
cab, crushing the fireman against the
boilers. The lever was thrown fois
ward and penetrated his body, cut
ting him almost in two.
The baggage, mail and express cars
and the smoker were draereed from
their trucks. . The forward car, next
to the engine, was thrown across the
track and piled upon the locomotive.
Both the engineer and fireman
were held fast under the wreck. The
engineer lay under the tender; One
leg was fast under an iron rod. The
hreman was crushed against the
boiler. ; One foot was cut off and his
body below his chest was almost-split
in two by the iron lever. Neither of
the two could be released Until help
arrived, and it was two hours before
that came. , , : . , .
"FOB GOD'S SAKE KILL ME."
As soon as the rescue train reached
the wreck the work of cutting away
the express car began. '" The engineer
was jying on his aide -with one foot
wedged against the hot boiler. The
flesh was cooked to the bone and was
almost ready to drop in pieces. - A
neavy iron rod. lay across his right
leg Until this Tvas cut away noth
ing could be done. Suffering with
pain the1 heroic, engineer held: the?
lyuieei ugaiusb tne rou untu It WASh I
cut in two.-..: :.v:; - -J ..-v , y
The groans of the' fireman were
neara trom the rear sleeper. As he
lay pinionea against the hot boiler
with the bar of iron crushed through
his body he begged to be killed. "For
God's sake kill me. Kill me and put
me Out of this misery," he cried, "I
can't live " He did not lose consci
ousness for a moment. As soon as
the doctor arrived chloroform was
administered, but its effect was only
temporary. As soon as he recovered
from its influence he begged again to
be killed." , The men were at- work all
the time pulling away the wreck. A !
lew minutes before he was released
maaaox turned to one whom he knew
and said: 'It can't last much longer
old boy, rm about done." He was
again . put under, the influence of
chloroform, but revived just before
the heavy lever which held him was
pulled away. -
J.t was nearly four hours before he
wag released. When at last he could
be got at and was lifted away 'from
the boiler he fell back dead.' The
terrible agony he suffered during the
urae ne lay crushed under the heavy
weight showed an iron nerve. It?
was, the doctor said, a miracle how
he lived so long. His body was re
moved to a car of the - Milieu train
and brought to the city. . , -
The engineer was taken to a sleeper
and placed On a bed of pillows. His
injuries were mostly to his leg, The
wounds were deep but no bones were
broken. There were no evidences of
interna injury,- The passengers
were transferred to the waiting train
and reached the. city next morning.
None of them were injured. ?
The funeral of young Maddox was
attended by the employes of the car
and machine departments' of the Cen
tral Railroad in a body. He was 28
years old and had been in the em
ploy of the Central Railroad from a !
The officers, of the road are invests j
gating the wreck and will use every I
etiorlLto discover the authors of the
scheme that might have resulted in
the loss of many lives. On proof of
their guilt they should be hung, head
down. Our laws are not stringent
enough to meet cases of unmitigated
fidndishness,such as this train wreck-
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Sale and atwaya Reliable. Beware of worthless Imltatkml.
; ISj-trki? fr B8 V.
"Chichester's EnIUhw and take ao other, r lnoloae 4a.
(tamps) to na tor particular in tailor by retarm KalL
NAME PAPER. 1 1.1 cheater Chemical CoT
t 8 Madlaoa Sqwtre, Phila4ata.
Soldbyii.t everywhere A.k fc, "Chlehes-
Take as other. .
I am an old man. Tor 28 years I suffered with
ulcers on my right leg as the result ol typhoid
lever.. Amputation ; was suggested as the only
means ol preserving life. - The doctors could do
nothing for me, and thought I must die. For S
years I never had a shoe on. Swift's Specific has i
iuouo a jicriwuKuit cure una aaaea ten years to my
"" ' ; r i v- w ja. a. tuuuituauva, tnb
I have taken Swift's 8pecifio for blood poison,
contracted at a medical college at a dlsseotlon,
while I was a medical student. I am grateful to
say that it gave me a speedy and thorough cure
anr my parents had spent hundreds of dollars lor
auoustos Wkhiml,M. D., Newark, H.J.
My wife from early girlhood has been suffering:
from rheumatism. Sh has triaH mo. MmAiT
and I must frankly say has derived more benefit I
uuui ow at s opeumc uian irom au toe others. after
Innop ami folfhfnl rrll 1
Bdv. Jaaos L. PtkbcXj Oxford, Ga. .
Swift's Specific is entirely vegetable. Treatise on
diwu auu omii uimsvLotss mailed Tree. -Thk
Swift Spscdtjo Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, 6a.,
PUB E LARD, "STAR B ffcAIWD"
j i Is for sale by the following
C. HTJLXaH, '
J. It. Davis, t
L. A. Misbn&eihkr, ' '
E. B. Alexander 4 Co.
John Calubr. ; : -.
B. D. MoGrains,
'L 3. Walkeb Co.,- .
WlTEEBS dc KuSSEUi,
Hates 9c Todd,
k. b. dubhah, 1 '
H. c. Irwin.
,W, J. Fbidat, '
C. Soott, -1
S. M. Howell.
Dot it SCHBOSDXB,
Sverr packaee bears our Bed Trada Mark, and i
G. CASSAED & SON, "
, "Still we always find
. LOTS of 'oora
Ready to be spent, when . ; V " -
WE ADVERTISE BARGAI N !
. WE ARE SURE TO TOUCH '
Each Pattern contains U yards, none
WE WIU SEll THIS WEEK.
A 4s4 Bleached Domestic at 8 cents per
yard, equal tD any sold at 10 cents pe ryard.
INVEST l TDEM NOW!
28 cents per yard tor our entire stock .of
French Satteens worth 45 cents. '
dDdD yards Nuns Veiling, Canvass ar
Beiges at 35 cents? - ,
- They are 36 in. and 0
: EVERY . YARD OF .
BELOW COSTA !
'v- A FRESH LOT OF , , i
CANVASS BEL.TS AT lO CeSxs EACH.
- CHARLOTTE, N. 0.
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
OFFERS TO THE
Wholesale Retail Trade
XW.KNT Y' BARRELS
PORE LINSEED OIL,
A Large Stock of
Colors, Varnishes, Etc,
ONE CAR LOAD
.ILL AT CLOSE PEIGES.
Dress JPatteriis' for s
worth less than 12J cents , per y
the well known Paci
8 cents per yard. ;
all handsome. . ' , ,
in. wide, and are all wool.
-7, -V. -.
. T O N GUES
Get them at .
BARNETT & AIMAlffi.
. Free delivery Telephon
caD81. . :
MECKLENBURG ICE CO.
CHARLOTTE, W. 1,
.- ciry tbadx.
. "Until farther notice, on and afW Jnesday. Jn"
iSt Soi euatomer purchasing -weekly tick
will be furnished ice from the company deliver
wagon in such quantities as desired, from 5 poun,
up, at the unlfrom rate price of 60 ernti per h mi
drd pounds. Those holding weekly tickets of e
higher price can exchange them at their option
with our ticket agents at the City Drug stores to
the lower priced tickets. We are now manufactur
ing and offering to the trade at low rates, a super
ior quality of pure crystal los made from Mecklen
burg sprlng.watar thoroughly filtered.
i. 8. W. DATES, Bupt.
Car toad of 10 tons, - $5 60 per ton
Krom 6 to 10 tons, - -v. . i . 6 00 per too. '
From 1 to 6 tons, -r". " 7,00 per to a
BOO to 1.000 pounds. . - - ; 60e per 1 " "
100 to 600 pounds, , - - 60eperl -
We are now using the celebrated Hyatt u -taroogh
which all the water Is passed before fry
ing, and the trade may rely upon all lee manui - -tured
by us being as pure as it is possible to
it. Orders solicited and promptly filled. Lo
freight and express rates secured for oar cu -mers.
.r . ..
may2Zdtf - HSCEXENBUBO ICS CO.
17 1 HTED Lfi D Y
her own locality an old firm References re
Permanent position and good salary. fcrAY v ,
16 Barclay St, M. T. . . . apri., V
J I V J J onne, DR. SCOTT'S ELBOTfUO fcrvx-.
onwwiwj, aw s uns. xmt vxnjf
prwedam. - "
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