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CHARLOTTE; N. C SUNDAY; JUNE 20, 1886
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Hosi. ry, 6 tu 9, full regular at 20 and 25
'8o all Woolen Fabrics. New "lot of
At half of former prir-e. Look at our
the prettiest goods ever shown on this
COME AND GET
Next i Ten - Days,
Wl WILL OF?K5 -
Table Linrcs, . Doilies,
TB CI OTH9. LIKEN 8H' CTTNHS, COTTON
SHSKTING8, Pii.LOW CASINGS, MaK-fiFILLKb-
QUILTS. HON IE Y COMB .
QUILTS, TJKKSTRY CURTAINS,
MADHA3 DBAPKBT, 8CBIM8, .
' - ' ' v Cheapest of the seasop. Special bargaini .
MOHAIR AND LINEN ULSTERS
A. few . - '
, HANDSOME PARASOL, v
4k a sacrmce.; Unusual inducements in Ladies Extra Fine Lace,
S 8UCCS33033 TO ALBXNPa WW . , s -'r ' 1,
' - TP.R P.T?RATVLwSALOON
Opened f or' Ice prean and Water Ices furnished to f amiles- and
parties on short notipj " - . ' -
Fresh Bread' Cakes and Pies , Daily.
TnVf Valval "a choice loV of Potted -MeatsT dinned Fruits, ,Piokles,
at&'& and Domestic Qonftippery, - ; ; ;
" -s MsUsS'NsBsIr fS, 'mM- 'W. k--
CITY TAX RETURNS
kVoTlfT? IS BEBEBY GIVEN TO LL PFB-
NeffiSto CUT or C or ,bo
i i ii4ru nn nuijl I
1. "-'8'it ;
i J e at
?--- 1 1
In City 1
A big stock of Children.' Ribbed
cents. Big reduction in ' ,
new "Tufted" Ginghams. ' They are
market and entirely new. - . '
First - national- Bant? Miii
i - -
8tt Tiyen Street, r -' v Charlotte, N. C
;-. r v ; ; SKAXSB3 TS
.-J i im : . - -;- ..
fin, RES 4 LACK SHOES,
- tieate Sine Hand-Hade and Machine Sewed
BOOTS, BUTTON AND LACE BALS,
. 'bois and irr aa
FINK BOOTS AND SHOES OF ALL GttADKS
GENTS' FINE ' . ' -
SilkSoft and-Stiff Hats,
TRUNKS, V " ;
" VALISES and. -l
; ; GRIPS
UMBRELLAS. OF ALL KINDS,
. SQOS BLACK.IN& AMD BRUSHES. '
Alma Polish for Ladles' Fine Mioes,
Stock always kept lull and
'. .np to the demand. .
ORDERS BT MAIL OB BXPBES3 FBOMPTLT
ATTENDED TO. . , - A
!! I 111
Successor to Mayer & Ross; '
Goiicn -Gin So.,
new LoriDOM, conn.
V Maunfacturers of the "014 'BeHable't
V Brown Cotton Olas, Teeder w4 Cob.
I - ' densers. - - r."
. -K- i: r All tha verr latest improvements; Im
proved roll box, 'patent irhlpper, two
brash ' belts, extra strong brush, cast
Bteel bearings, new finproved: Teeder,
inst nraof Condenser. .
Strong, simplejnconstructlon, durable
ns fast, runs liht, cleans the seed per
ptinl nrnduces first class samples.-
DELTTEKED FUEB OF FKEIGHT
at umt oceeeaiwe poinw m
j escriptioa and price Usft , ? -.
Icrb'TCLK tliarlottc, It. C..
J i 1.1. .-UUIIUUIVU)
; KEEPS .THE
ES T B A
COLOJIEICOWtES AMD JTJDUE
IIOT,IAN . x - "
Speak Out or, the'. Democratic
, Administration -- Something
About' Adjournment Morri
' sen's Mistake.
Ceriespondence of Ta& Obskbtsb. ' " '
;s WASHiNQTONj J'June - T17. Colonel
Cowles will aldress'thd-North" Carov
Una Democratic Association tonight
at their rfeulat neeting. . I had some
conversation with the members from
the 8th district a few . moments ago,
and while it did not take the charac
ter of an interview I think J. will do
a public Bervice to state a few-points
which he made and which in . some
measure indicate the drift of opinion
here among those who have not been
regarded as the peculiar, friends of
the- Administration. But I willT&
call first bis sentiments as" to the ac
tion of the gentlenen who voted jess
lerday with the Republicans and de
feated the consideration of the tariff
oill. He said he could see little or no
exuee for Democrats who went in
direct opposition to -the known- de
sires of the people and the deliver
ances o ; Democratic: convenuons.
Here we werepresented not with a
proposition to pass but with a mere
opportunity to consider a bill which
all might not agree .was the desira
ble thing. TThirty five gentlemen re
fused to permit this billl q be debat
ed and amended, - It was a tyranni
cal act. utterly . unjustifiable, one
which' could not enure'to Democratic
or popular advantage, but whether
intended or,noV would ; be accepted
as in the interest "of the Republican
party. Colonel Cowles thought with
respect to the administration that of
course the right of private judgment
on its acts! would be accorded to alL
But eo far as could be seen" the Presi
dent was an honest sterling Demo
crat, sincerely desirous of administer
ing his high office for the benefit of
the people. We must sustain him;
said Colopel Cowles, in : all bis meas
ures which ore . calculated for the
public advantage,, and no repervation
unfavorable to tha President's course
is intended by the apparent qualifica
tion.' Colonel Cowles further ob
erved that he thought the chiefs who
were ta carry1 out the pokey of ; the -
Administration should be in . sympa
thy with it. "He hoped that the re
movals demanded by 'the people and
by every consideration of sound' pol
icy would be effected before very
long. : As to general support of the
President the worthy . member was
emphatic; "I think -that those who
deny thi3 by word or act are lacking
in good judgment," . - ? -
-Mr, HoltSan wenf -to- Indiana ex-;
pecting to firjd it necessary to use easy
argument to prerent the people from
going against the Administration-
On the contrary h says that the sen
timent in his distriot is very , favora
ble to the President. ' 'Indeed,, he
remarked to a friend of mine- today,
it is much more than that. Mr,
Cleveland is stronger with the. masses
than any . man 'of our time, except
Lincoln or Grant. They look on him.
tea honest,-faithful ; and J earless. 5 1
will say for myseythat if th Presi
dent continues' to administer the dun
ties of his office as, he is doing he will
retire at the end of eight years the
most popular of American Presidents
and the most successful statesman of
his country v Mr, Holman thinks he
wil certainly be renominated and re
elected in 4888. ' He expresses the
conviction tha tfcere : is 30 ; pther
epir&e open ta the . Democrats or
probable tq be pirsued1 by the peo
ple. 1 -It
is now the opinion ha Mr. Mor-
f ifjon made a mistake in not fringing
up the:tariff bill earlier. It is' Mao
said that the threat to move tfor its
consideration from time o time will
have the effecJ of keeping a quorum
here. . -. - - .
Hepburn and George Wiss discuss
ed the war this afternoon to a thor
oughly disgusted'House. If sectional
debate can he kapt within 'reasonable
Umita thft,JHonse can adiourn Wore
0 August. TBut there is small prospects
of tbis. Jir. Morrison says xnas iqv
House will be ready to aajourn oy
the 15th of July. . Colonel Cowles
has just remarked that Congress
would adjourn between the 7th and
the 4jth of J, uy. -" An ejtperfencedl
journalist, whose jadgcfieqt perhaps
is as gool as anybody's, thinks that
the adjournment will take place , be
tween the 20th":and the 25th of ; the,
same month. -! -
Sonator Yapce and Representative
Reid were in their seats this morning,
haying spent two nights in travel to
and from Salem. . , A, report of , the
commencement exercises is not ex
pected from this quarter.- ; v .
The Senate committee on commerce
agreed on the North Carolina items
in the river and ; harbor - bill; .this
mornme. Several! these were ins.
creased. The .bill Will probably be
reported to theSenate tomorrow.'
Yesterday thehill providing foe the
Eastern band of Cherokees. Came up
in the Senate- ; Mr. Dawes defended
it; and Mr. Cockrell -criticised the
provision which defined whence; the
fund of $20,000 for. carrying out the
purpose should, come. He said tha
if it should be drawn from - the gen
eral Cherokee" fund he would be sats
iBfled: ; After . a colloquy between
Cockrell and .Dawes this was agreed
to and the bill, as: amended- passed.
But a motion to reconsider was also
carried and further consideration
was postponed. The bill gives J53.S3
to .r.y : ; men-ber f.cf .'tha band .who
There is a strong movement on foot
and the whole fund will probably
be required to - effect the removal of
these-proposing to emigrate.
Dr. Faison and wife, of Goldsboro,
are here, " - 4 . .
, High Poin t Enteroriea Th fol-
lowing memorial of a most extraordi
nary woman .has been distributed in
the form of a circulars , ;
. Rev. - Hammer, who eloped 'with
arson's wite, m- Guilford County,'
nas oeen sentenced :to pay a hne 01
200, and 12 months in jail.' ; ;
Dayettevrile Ubserver: The. recent
heavy rams have of course put": the
crops bad!y in the grass,, but with. a
few days of the right weatherf the
farmers oan generally put themselves
straight; though in somA neighbor
hoods the damage to corn and cottoii
is almost lrreoarahle.: fu On -the feast
-side of the-river in some DlaceB ithe
water is stui' stanarag a loot deep in
the fields, but Mr. N.- L. Monroe and,
others in, his part of the county tell
us that they have dot- been at all in-:
ABheville Citizen y At a meeting 'of
the. stockholders of - the Asheville
Street Railway Company beld ' yes--
bank of Asheville; a complete organi
umj ax viiw - x a vjvs vut a a wm ux vug
zation was affected by the election of
James Jr. awyer. Thomas W. Pat-
ion j . in. itantin, u. m. Jttooerts. no..
iu. yjarder ana u. m. alcxjOUQ as r jji
rectors ; The President of the com4
pany (when ebosenl . was authorized
to make such contract, subject to the
approval of a majority of the board
of directors, as will secure the earl v
conapietion or the enterprise. , ..
Wilmington Review: From near
ly every section of the State comes
the gratifying intelligence . that ' the
crops are doing remarkably well.
in some sections of eastern - North
Carolina there' has been v rather too
much rain,, but not enough thus far
to cause. any serious damage.: while
from every point nearly the farmers
report the crops as never better. In
Bladen. Columbus Pender. Samnson.
ana uupun counties .the -crops are
very fine. .In nearly- everv section
the farmers are well ahead with their
work Hhey" have had a hard fight
to kill the grass, but have sucoee Jed,
and will, tbereiore be ablv to 'lav
Dy tneir crops m good season.17 &
- - it .
"' Goldsboro Messenger:" jThe work
on the Hebrew . oVnagogue , is -pro
gressing nieeiy.' Mr. 1 ' l rank K.-
Borden's fine mare astonished the
horsemen last Monday by trotting.
without . training, a, mile - in three
minutes -On:Tueeday a freight
train going south pulled 42. cars, and
yesterday two trains, South ; bound.
one closely- following the other, bad
38 cars each - The Carolina Mu
sic House has a regular piano factory
connected with : the - establishment,
where old instruments are apparent-
Jy .turned. in tajnew rones. The
Eastern Carolina Fair and stock As
sociation offer $1,025 for trials of
speed at their next annual exhibition
to be held on the 3d, - 4th. and 5th of
November. - ' ' . ,
"In memory of Tabitha A. Holton,
noble daughter I Kest thy in thou im-
moital triumph. The powsr of tbv
genius has broke the iron bands of
brutality which had been -tinted: for
ages upon thy sex; No more can the
barbed sbatt of prejudice and envy
reach the in, thy eternal repose. The
genius stripped death of ail terror."
First in all the Sunny Sauth to claim
and obtain the full rights of. woman
hood. Death has crowned thy works
but a short' SDace of time did eterni
ty allot for thy mortality, . The 14th
day 01 June, lttro, commemorates toy;
death . - Over her I rejoice over
death l weep. , - ' r- .-
v tier own last words: .- v
I am dying in the true Christian
faith: but not superstitious. - I am
happy but few understand it; I am
going to a place boundless and mag
nificent 1 isory me with a neat, red
Bible in my hand.' " '
Wilminzton Star i It was currently
reported a short time ago that color-
ea lemaio servants - in w umingwu
were being organized bv a member of
the Knights of Ijibor, and that . a
soon as the organization was perfected
xney lnranaeq magiog a uioTeineui.
. - 1 3 ? 4.
for increased nay and shorter hours
of labor." "Inquiry set?. on ffaot - the
fact that secret meetings of the char
acter mentioned were heinsp held in a
haUon Third streot, but further than
this nothing could be learned. i-
The residence of Mr. Martin O'Brien;
on Front between Mulberry and'W aK
nut streets,; was robbed by a burglar,
about half -past twelve o'clock Tues
day night. . Mr. U unen bad retired
a short time before thehour men-
tionedr wjen bo wag awakfetied by a
youpg man wnu was ijtug uu a ptuft.
bed i an adjoining room,' and arose
jast in time to see ft massed man,
whom be thought - be colored, es
caning from the house.: .The sum of
twenty-two dollars ana ? nity r cents
was taken from Mr. O'Brieo' dqthfss
and .floe gol ; wfttqb: and chain;5
which -sere in a pocket of hit vent,
were left, showing. that the objeot bl
the robbery wag money, ,
BelJKionr of fpong-ressiaen.
A-taCOTstttttUTO,,- - c
A gentleman who has investigated
the subiect gives me some ngures re-
lative to sne rengiouu comniexion 01
. . . .a ! 5. . 1 J sT
the oresnt Congress, which he says
are reliable., Of tha AOS cJenators,
members and Territorial Delegates
who compose -Congress 72 are Meth
odists, 63 Baptists, 41 Episcopalians,
37 Presby terians, 38 Catholics,: 15
Unitarians. 8 Lutherans, 10 Chris
tians fCampbellites) and 2 Quakers,
making a total of 283 who are active-'
Iv connected with some church "or-
e-atitzation. Anis ieaves vizo . wno
either never belonged to any Church
or have drifted out or. such , associa
tions. It would appear from tbeae.
figures h& Cougress ia apretty good
missionary gruuu, - -;. ;
Sharp Panst ". Athwart the
- .' Jforehcatiy , 4 I
Arid In the muso'es orthe neck and shcmldet, n
naiU most Tlolent aftr nightfall, are among the
mest cheerral matufestatlons 01 neuralsix. t It la
an aflectloa 01 t&e n-rve lntensiaea dt a eoia tte
rxme, bringing with It a cas.vai ion of patn, fp In
h.wh hi HiWf.ter htnmunh Bitters, which Is a
One nerve ton lc and tranquilizer. It Is also a reliable
means ol enacting rneumaiismaiiu puuv- lutwe
maiiuflM hKve alwars more or less to 1o with the
kiinCTthHt.: when Inactive, fall to throw off the
Impurities which engender them. "The Bltterjean
De reuea upon- vo renew a oettuu; w v"' "-v
, nn or t.hn ivniil or.mnn Besides this. It Kivg
ton to the stomach, liver and bowels, and enriches
th imiiu.tian . .. Antwttta and sleeD both nrolit b
It, and It isawll " "MiitetJ means of f'TtUyingthe
gvmetn 6 ainst ii,.i.ii a: It hastens the recovery
r.t .... h T ;. '""ots, miv.Tu -'s t!'e In-
. - - ' rr - : - : . j . .
North .... Carolina, . Some Day,', to
- Snpplj- the Alarkets of the ITnit-
ed Sfates. " rV' , -
Asheville Clt'zen. V ' " .
Railroad communication has fna'de
the people of the mountains almost
as familiar - with 1 the . ovster as the
peopie 01 wie coast. : At all events the
oyster aas become very popular with
mem: ana since becoming aeauamt
ed ' with; the 'luxury their concern,
would be as-great at possibly dimun
itipn, br co3t of supply as those have
come tofegard them as a necessity of
iiie. -. a.na -mere- is danger-of. both
contingencies coming to pass. -L The
- great store house of the Chesapeake
Bay w greatly depleted. The de
mand on its supply is enormous, and
improvident and wasteful modes of
catch threaten very appreciable-ex
haustion. The oyster beds on the
Connecticut shore- are, nearly ruined
by the ravages f the- star fish r and
unless judicious steps are "taken for
preservation or a no w" territory util-
izea lor artinciai cultivation, or un
less natural beds are, improved, the
sam process will go oh j which lias
made the ovster a luxury onlv for
xne nenm ungiand and France.
i ortunatei v on the coast of North
Carolina, ira territory ' where such
natural beds exists, or wherelhere is
unlimited helds for cultivation. . From
Albemarle sound down to the waters
of the Cape Fear rivers the natural
supply is : large and ' the quality of
me oyster is good. - -
j and to this the intelligent. work4of
a survey, on the part of North Caro
lina,;under the direction of Iaeuten-
ant Winslow is.beihg..conducted, -
i we extract a few items from a re
port in the Monthly Bulletin of the
Department of Agncultur : for'; the
month of June: -
Beginning- at Morehead City ac-.
cording to the original scheme,, the
survey has been ; pushed to the east
toward) the Newport river Back
Sound, Straits and a portion of Core
Sound and North river and the waters
in j thetSiVicinity .- of Beaufort having
been examined. i-dfiii tp.
The area gone, over is between 25.-
OOOjmd 26.000 acres. ' Of this space
the natural oysteri beds.- 757 in num
ber occupy an inconsiderable portion ;
but several thousand acres are taken
up by sifting sand shoals or other: Un
suitable bottoms. v v ":'";:: T
Over 40.000 separate determinations
of the nature of the bottom have been
made and the results of 16 011, which .
were charactenstichave been record
ed for future reference. - The specifia
gravity of the waters of the sounds,
rivers and creeks,, have been agagr
tained from teste made 329 different
specimens from various localities.
What are called "natural beds"
are found; but the chief future relf
ance is upon ariincial beds m lots ex
ceeding, rather them less than, ten
acres, one provision ot which is-the
exposure of ."clutch" or . material to
which the floating spawn can attach
itself.-' The area available is several
thousand square miles, and as atten
tion is now directed to the m&ttar in
view of rapid exhaustion elsewhere,
we may hope in - the course of a few
years' to see the oyster , beds of North
Carolina the main source of - supply
for the markets of the whole United
States, and possibly . for the rest of
mankind.: ,-7': -. - -
;.; " -"gift.- -,'-''
The President Aeknwledei's a
IQacslve Tase Presented by Pal
' duetto 8tate:CitIjren9.'ft-vr-
Chaeleston, June .17. President
Cleveland, in a Istter which is. (a be
puDiisnea pere tomyrryw, ejtpreBBOB
tbe sincere thanks or tumsblt ana
Mrs. Cleyehnd for the magnificient
wedOinsf present received irom - tne
oitiaens 01. Charleston. He says:
I have asked tbe privileges of thus
communicating our joint acknowledge
ment.of this present because tnis ael-
icate and thoughtful attention to my
wns nas, naturally, given nse to gru te
rm emptionst ana because it anoras
me an . opportunity ; to express my
appreciation of the kind words with
u.u . u - 1 f
and my performance 01 public auty.
Ifou and ypur associates ; who have
Uniteu m., iue letter aucumptiujf ti
your gift can hardly realise tne com
fort! derive from the assurances
therein contained of confidence and
esteem.. " t
r The letter and the . gift "take their
places in my new household, and for
ail times win serve as reminders, not
only aa the happiest . incident of . my
life as fa citizen, but of the further
fact that in my official character.; the
humble efforts rhaye mftiiei to assure
gooa go vernmant : ta tne peopie ana
Qomplete reconciliation betweetu all
sections of the land, -are considerate-'
ly, and Dleasantly recognized.by mf
iorarintmnen; r-1 ?
- Tho present-consisted of a massive
silver vase, accomDanied biy a letter
ju Mrs. Cleveland, saying that it was
mtenaea m a xotten or ; tne nign es
teem in which President Cleveland
was held in Charleston by Reason of
rjis aburtyi ms true manliness and
bis constant ndelity to bis obligatiotis
"under the copsttiitioii, and laws of.
tneae feumea atateir";
Ileavy Freshet fn X-omlslaii
New Orleans, June 19 -r A special
to the Timessjlemocrat from Alexan
dria says, i Commencing at noon
Monday last .and; continuing untu.
Wednesday afternoon. . this . section
has, been yisited . by the most 'severe
rain storm - ever recoraeo. bere. 'All
that portion of town- extending from
Third to .Tenth ' streets ' and from
Madison street to Morgan depot.- s
entirely" submerged ' to a depth of
tbree feet : ilJuring tnis . beavy ram
fall, the river rose very rapidly, the
total rise ibeingtwenty-fivft feet one
and three quarter inches. ' Two col
ored men m ifte twa.mp were arown-
ed by.the overflow..
One ThiDg; She Had Not dot.
Kew Tort "ilaa and Brpress.. : . 4
VN6," snappishly said the summer
boardiughouse keeper , to Mrs. Culs '
ture, Of. Boston, who was inquiring
as to ine neaitniuinesa ox tneiocauty.
rnoweajn'tgot no typhoid germs.
and there hain't been no calls f or rem
either.' Folks is wanting everything
nowadays , and ain't satiiffieq With
clean beds and plenty or what s good
Positive Core for Plles.
- To the Twmleof this county we would say we
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iTbe Original and Only Genuine. - '
tUfc aad alwayi KUmMe. Beware of werthlttM Isiutieaa. '-
inonpeDuaw w unuits. ak ywr ttrantat Sir -.
"Caleheater'a aa;Ush" aad take aa other, or inclose 4e. .
r.l.mnsi to aft for tuLrucnlVR to trettr hv ia.IL :
MAME. PAPER, Caieheater Chemleal Ca, .
?k - SSI 8 MUon nare, I'hliadaA
Bald byJDvwclwta eTerywaere. Atk fcr "Chlchea
, terX-BstUli" Feaajrey ai FUla. Vaka no ouur. ..-
JanlOdAwly , ' '
i am an old man.' For SB years T Buffered with
uleers on my rteht lea as the. resalt of tynJaold
or. abihuvcihou wa BUKtreauM ua -vue uuiy
ansof Dfesarvlne life. The doctors could do
nothing for me, and thooght I must die. - for S i
years I never had a shoe (tn, Swilt's ESpeclno has
DWia a permaneQi, oure rbq aoaea ten years w my
uijs. . .- ns. a. itaucju, nau -jo,, ua. -
tbave taken Swift's SDeclBe for blood poison.
contracted at a- medical eolleee at a tllssectloar
while 1 was a meaioai swaenb i am graierai to
say that It gave me a speedy- and thorough core
after my parents had spent hundreds of dollars for
treatment. - - ;- ;" ' - i
, ADGDSTDS WXHDKL, .M. !., CieWaTK, It- 4.
My wife from early' elrlbood has teen snfferlnK
from rheumatism. . She has tried many remedies,
and I must frankly say has derived more benefit
term Swift's Specific than from all the others, after
long ana lattntui trial. . - - . -
1UV. JAUJBS L. flKBCK. UlIOM. ua.
wtfp8 Soeelflc Is entirely veeetable. .Treatise a -
B'.ood and aRln Diseases mailed free.
thb Swift Spsexno Oo Drawer a. Atlanta.ua..
or x w. -atsi.,n. t ;
... . ii. i-, i in. .. i , -
;i Always Rare and always sure ' Tjanles Belief
-yuratjaoHfUviana I.ames' Irvspepsia Fills(prif.
'.. 4 cents) by mad.
beou nana i
. Oovinstoa, Zy.
PUBELARD, "STAB BftAIl
7 ... Is tor sale by the following
ii 'LEADING GROCERS r-:
CUttKini, ' - v Bates Todd,
J,'L. DAVI8,,: - K. B. DfJRHAJt, ' - i
lj. a. 3B ISTSNHS1XBK, - tX li.lttWlK, - .
TSi. B. il,XAKBKB 4 CO..W. J. FKIDa.Y v i
- Josh Caldbb. ' r C-Soorr, - .- J
"fj. D. UOtiltnnS, S- M. riOWKLt,
I, J. WALKKBA CO, . BULSSc SCBBOSDKB, -
"V.'iTHSHS dt ECbSKLL
4. Every package bears our Bed Trade Hark, and
Vi guaranteea uusoiuLeiy pure.
TO :-: B
Wc Have DividedUhe
i - -
i And contains Silk and Satin Parasols
And contains a-large variety -of
n. . - boiu
Among those you will find Silk' Umbrellas and Lace Trimmed Parasols
y - wuiuu uuiu reauuy ai
Offered at a bargain, is quickly bought
. iuib vuuia airvnce , Aney are au regular maae. - '
19 cents a pair
Ladies Untleached Bal
briggan Hose worth 25c.
46 cent a pair
h Ladies 'Piue - Balbriggan
nose worin duc. - . ..
NEW LINE OF EOUCHINGS
"A N ASSORTMENT OF FIGURED
1 fJOH YARDS OF 31 in." DOMESTIC SATINS 7..
J-iVUV . r , , . j , - At 2S RPnts rr varrl
Qfl YARDS OF FRENCH SATTEENS, Vverycheap" - '.". "f
yjJV , A t. QS nonfs Tier -tavA
LK UUNGilAlu. DRESS PATTERNS
DO , r
; CHARLOTTE, N. C. ?
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED AND
OFFERS TO : TBB
Wholesale r Retail Trade
Pare White Lead,
TVV ENT Yr BARRELS
PIE LINSEED OIL,
A ; Large Stock of
ONE CAR LOAD
ALL AT CLOSE PEIGES.
J. H. MoADENi
: - :
Stock' in Three Lots.
sells at $ 1.20 -each.
- ' .
which sold as high as $2.50 each.
sells at 81.90 each.
Handsome Sunshades, " many , of which
at f4.uu. . -
-Vj"-' x -""
ells at 3.20 each.
fo.uu ana fo.uu eaca.
up by economical purchasers,' therev
19 cents a pair
Ladies Black, Navy, " Seal
;& Card. Hose worth 25c.
45 scents a pair
LadiesBlk, "avy Card. &
Bro'n Lisle hose worth 65c:
- - , -7 .
PACIFIC LAWNS - ' - '
. - -- . - - - - - -
-Each of these rnbn 11vArrl.
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
. .. . - -.
: ANDr - -
y- iT: -
-ARK TH-- - .
BEST - QUALITY.
Get them at :
- Free delivery Telephona
call 81; - - - .
Boneless'- Breakfast BacoD
cniRLOTTe, pr. e,
. . " . . - ClTXtBADJE. "
Jlnffl-frn-ther notice, en and after Jnesday, Jnne
city customers purchasing weekly tickers
will be furnished lee from tbe company's delivery
wagon In such- Quantities as desired, from 6 oounus
up, at the nnlfrom rate price of 60 eents perhun
dred pounds. - Those holding weekly tickets of a
higher price cab exchange t flora at their option
with our ticket agents at the City Drug Stores for
the lower priced tickets.. We are now manufactur
ing and offering to the trade at low rates, a super
ior quality of pure erystal Ice made from Meckien
burg sptlng water thoroughly filtered. -'
- ; J ' - W. DAVIS, Supt.
- SHIPPING PRICES.
g rtlO tons, f : -. X i. . 5 60 per ton
From 6 to 10 tonv -. . . , -; , 6.00 per ton -From
1 to tons, - - - 7.00 s r ton
600 to 1,000 pounds. - - - frieperi
lOOto toOpounds,- - - H - , frrrl 1
- Were now nslcg the celebrated i i . "
tfirough which all the titer is passed be . e tr&
Ing, and tbe trade may tea epon ail lf nnuts
tured by ns being ss pute as it is po"'Ve to m-.
It Orders solicited and promptly 1 .ied. Lowft
freight and express rates secured lor eur euak
mors.' :f-af . -'
maj22dtt , , KCLi:;rrS3 IC3 CO.
ber own locality an oid Brn Knfereno - r -i
Fermani t position and good salary, Al (. . '
16 Jbarciay St, M. X. - - - - fcpr
IWWpnm .lit. SCOTTS I-. j
fei Broadway, laewVorfc Ifaa Oi. V i"-.
; prtoedjni .' . - . .
.i of t3i a-iJ hci-s Via euiis...ntiaiLy
i ri -3 cy Lu u. i.n'.on. uz-j.- hi, m-.b
- - . G, CAS2ASD & SOX. '
1 13 ij to tl3 Izi:
- Eutlniore, Hi