North Carolina Newspapers

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VOLUME XXXIVi
CHARLOTTE, N. CU TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1886
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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OFII
One $10. 00 Parasol at $4.00. . V . . . ' ... - - .
Two lraeolfr ar3.5Q
One $5.1 0 Parasol at? $2 50' Z-'-' V-
One lot" oi l 4 00 Panspla at: $2 95. . ,
One. lot of $3.50 Parasols at ;2A0.1:'B
Oae lot of $3 00 Parasols at $195. :: ; "-;'
One lot of $2 50 Parasols U .Mmim
One lot 'of $1:50 Parasols at $1 10 - ,
Oar $4 50 Pongee Parasols; at $3.10 r " ' ;I
Our $3.00 Pongee Parasols at.$20, : ; v'-vCV'-
Our $2.50 Pongee Parasols at $1 65. r : -
2 Embroidered .rink Zephyr
thev arft$15ff.M
.125 pieces of 75' (Bent Worsted Colored; Dress . Goods in
Cashmeres, A I Katross,'Mandala js and Batistes at ;.:45' cents.
jThpy.must go. - , - - , " . -
10. pieces White Plalcl India Linen at 8 cents per 'y aid, '
f !;-'- Stlf
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FORS'EHE
Nexts
SPEOAL INDUCEMENTS
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TBA CLOTF3. UNEV SHKETlNfig, COTTON
SHKKTm&a,'-" Pt LlOffi CASINGS, MABr
8KILLK& QUILTS, - HON BY COMB
QPILT3, TiPKSTBT CDHTAIN8, . -
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kjiaav a .. fcil tad ;
fecriflce? Untilual - Ifiducements in ladies Extra
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ft 1 BTOCBaSOBS TO AIJttAKDSB ft HABRB.
parties on short notice r-
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ehoice f lot : -ot ro5wg :ja.,
cleyeukd mNEspSsD;: TOMPKINS , ; CO.,
Are now oin tw toe reception of ttettow.
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Are M m lee west ordhariotta, 3 mltee Irom Bh
iJw.N.CL and only imile from ;aroll,S?n;
Uway? where a new depot has beea erected and
beautUuUrftolaltorneatoi " i
JTntj of Ice secured tot the aeason.
COI.D
AJID HOT
DlTDSi
Ad'rtrinband baa been emploTed tor the
The Uble WJ1 iumL,ued w
tite market a u '
Hacks will b st tiie Tri .. J
rival of (wrjt" ". .
aorlar. jl 1
i ex tie ar-
T0-DA1
Robes, price $5.00, to-day
First -HalioialM'Bniliiiit
8outliTiToaSteti:-.-
Charlotte, N. C
DKALEB3IN
Ladies', Misses'and Children's
. Oeiita' Sloe Hand-Hade and Mafehbie Sewed
BOOTS, BUTTON AND IACE BALS,
ITKK BOOTS 1ND 8H0I3 OF iXL, 6BADXS
GENT& FINE ; .' ' :
TRUCKS, " .
&?VAIJSLS":and.':- -
gripsacks;
UMBRELLAS OMdtiKINJ)
BBO! SLACKING AND BRUBBEa
Alia Poffi for Ladles Fine bhoes.
Stock always kept lull t and
up tothe demand. ;
OBDSBS BT MAIL OR IXPBES3 PROMPTLT
v:;i;--;ATTainap, to.-.
iflNENlUtiTERS
Fine
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and
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PiesfiOa
Oianned
Fnuts,-
pickles,
eORNKa COLLEGX AND FOUBTH 8T&,
i?S.S?B;Sr. Miller &8on' BnlkHng.) Mb :
( 's. . : ' . ' ' -: ' ' ''""- .
iS'iftu'JT -:V' !',,-:.'.-- Hwt
Have reeelyed and naye in atoclta fuU line of -
PLCllBE0i: SUPPLIES.
MR GT50. W. MOOR t, ' U ta charge of on
pf7nMB?SG DEPAR m&HT. and win caU on any
jwjflsl.ng worfc done, ;- r j'-M"
Houses Rontode
: House rented aW renW boHaoted, In tlw
4drerttJed tree oi charge. . .
i CHABLOm BZAIi itSTATI ASIReTi " i is
B,X.C0CHaAK3, Manager,
tf; ' Trade Street Tront Central Hotel.
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RECEIVING
crirz et cur. lets.
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N. C. EDITORS.
THE
EXCURSIONISTS
WASHIHOTOH.
lit
Tbelr Arrival Ther See the Pan
erama The Programme for
Hendar and Tuestfay A Uappy
Xot of Tfounjtemwllli a Few
jTeterans ,f or..;:: DIsrnIty-Thetr
Early Impressions of the Fed-
. eral CeBtreConicressitten Who
g-de, the Agreeable. '-'ti -'C';
Correspondenee ot TbkObsbbtsb . . ; ; -
Washingtoit, ? D.,- O., "June ;20j-
This morning at. a quarter before 9
o'clock the Southern (Midland) train
brought- to this, city : fifty three
representatives of the North Carolina
Press Association'- including- the" la
dies accompanying their husbands,
or brothers. They went immediate.
ly to the Mtropolitani Hotel, -where
breakfast was awaiting them and
where a number of , their : resident
friends, 'Congressmen and others,
I gave them a hearty greeting. . ; The
hour was a little earlier than was ex
pected, but Messrs. Hussey, Wil
liams, ' Cowan, Tomlinson, Womack
and others, were promptlyon hand
at the depot of the. Baltimore - and
Potomac or at the hotel a moment
later. The following is a full list, for
which I am indebted to the Secreta
ry, Mr. J. H. iindsey, of the; Ker-
ne'rsvilie News and Farm:
CF Lamb, of; the Elizabet Ci'y
Falcon. .' - . '. ' -: -' :A' . ; '
' Jordan Stone.' of the Asheville Citizen-.'-.'
.v; I i. '
J C Powell and Frank Powell, Tar
boro Southerner.
H A McEachern,Chadbourn Times.
.W .W,;-' McDiarniLnd, Lumbertoh
Babesonian.
J D Bundy and Walter H T Neal,
Xaurinburg BiTChaHge.:.Vr;;
- JH A Latham, Washington Gazette.
W K Jacobs, Wasbin'gton Progress
F B Arendall and W H McDonald,
State Chronicle. . - -
: Miss Minnie Hatchett,Southern Wo
men. ,
G B Hart and sister. Tar .Biver
r R E Blakey, Methodist Advance.
J B ShenU, Concord Timeai
WW-Vandiver, Asheville Advance.
-Q G Eaves, Maricn Bugle. ;
J H McCain and M W. Bradshaw.
Ashboro Courier. - -.
: 'E N Enniss,1 North Carolina Far
T J Simmons, Warrenton Gazette.
E W KennedjV P W Vaughan, E C
Hackney and wife, Durham . Re
corder, v- t
W L" Poteat, Wake Forest Student.
D J Whichard.Greehville Reflector
J Frank Jones, College Message. '
Rev P B Law,' Monro Enquirer &
HC Wall,' Bocbingham'Rocket. ;
J S Michaux and T H Tate,Greens
boro rfanan3Mf,B?
BJ W Faucette ad Robert Oiiver,
Milton ' Advertiser J ;!f Wy-X
VW Lcng and Jas. Thomas," UnK
vertity .Magazine. " ""'. J .
W R Terry, Spirit of the South,
; J I McReo, Raleigh News & OIh
server. . X
i M F Masten Winston Republican.
' ; C F Lewis, Reidsville Times." ;. :
f-.M H Holt and wife, Oak Leaf. :'V' 1
Price Thomas, Newborn Journal.
; J H Lindsay, News & Farm. .
"JW Fiizgeraid, Wilson Briefs. .;
;.--E H Brice, Person Courier. ?
; W H Miller, Shelby Aurora.
John H Small, Washington Watchr
man. zJ .?f:-:-Kis:'
y George A Frick, Shelby New Era. j
After breakfast the great shaving
question - wag discussed. The local
law shuts hp barber shops on Suni
days, but fortunately, as one gentle-,
man observed, does not preveat " a
man' from "shaving hiqself. . - Tom
Ransom, ai fine a young fellow as
lives, Invited some of the -visitors to
his roont, whertva? hasty: shave was
accomplished, and others were equal
ly fortunate at other rooms of friends.
B church tine th.e party was ready
,f or events. Some,, including. - the
Rev.. Mr. "Law, went to the ; Presi
dent's (Presby tenan) church on Four
and a Half strfet;' others preferred
the Episcopal,' itiU others the Methd
dist, etc. Copgressman Skinner told
Mr,, Law that the ; Salvatwo' 4rmy
had the hegt innhogh ifee
ouldn't vouch for anything else that
they had. The excursionists who
didn't attend religious services talked
at the fcotels or gtrOlled arouud until
19 o'clock' when, un.4er escort of Col.
Qreen, they -vieited the panorama of
theSecend Battle of Manasaj This
wonderful work of art .wag greatly
admired." At 1 o'clock I left some of
the party there en joyqg its realistic,
picturesque and solemn scene..; The
North Carolina delegation generally
were bn? hand' during the morning
contributing what they could to the
pleasure of the visitors. Atone time
X saw Messrs. " , Ransom,. " Bennett,
Green, Henderson, Skinner, : Cowles
and Johnston mbving about "the
throng. r . The afternoon. will be;gp9nt
in V quiet ;sight . seeniS and visiting
friends, To-morrow'morning after 10
o'clock Mr. Hussey will show them
the governmentprmtingloflice an
your, correspondent has made: ajs
rangeinents for reser?e4 seatg in the
the press gaiiery. At nau past 1 p.
in. the delegation, or the greater part
of it, will : accompany, them to the
White Housed the President having
signified (his desire ; to i meet
thenv at that hour The Dempi
cratic Association will receive them
at their rooma between 6 and 8 Mon
day evening. Those who wish to a t
tend tta. cpe'ra in the evening- will
avail tbs;nslve3 of tSe opportunity v
lira, f -.t:r Yr-?"3 will give a r:s
sionists have decided to remain until
that night at 11 o'clock. An excuK
sion-r to Mt; Vernon willn probably
form a part of Tuesday's programme.'
8everal gentlemen will, arrive tos
night or in the morning. -
A number of Jacts connected with
the convention at Morehead and - th
trip hither may be)f interest; Out
of au attendance of sixty, the aver
age age was 2& yeare- The churches
were represented . by membership or
preference as follows: : Methodist, 20;'
Presbyterian, 9;- Episcopalian 5;
Baptist, 3; . Christian, 1. Several
votes were taken. TJbat on . civil ser
vice reform was wernifieant. Out of
il voting, 21 favored and 20 opposed
reform as represented by the law and
the President's policy.; The 'vote for
and against prohibition stood: .; For,
28; against. 13. : i (
The "bill for the completion Of -the
Greensboro ; public building' will be
reported favorably from the commit
tee "on public buildings and . grounds
jn the House.- It calls for an appro
priation of $9,000. . The. bill was iifc
troduced by Mr. Reid, and will be rer
ported by Mr. Johnston , c '
- Joi.-4.am ts. Means.was nere " yess
terday. '",.4
" Mr and Mrs. Jones, of Carey, are
recent visitors." 1 ,
. -. Dr. Faison,- of Goldsboro, ". was in
the city last week. ' '
Congressman Tom Johnston en joys
bis joke. He told some of the press
boys this , morning when they were
talking about the sights and novelties
of Washington; that going to church
was one of the things they were not
used to,, and they should proceed' to
take it in while they were here.
H.
Odd Items from Everywhere '
A Louisville woman tried vainly to
buy a bonnet for less than the $25
asked.- r She described the bonnet . to
her servant,- who went to the shop
and bought it for $12. ;? Vii ;r,
;. Georgia newspapers have drawn
attention to the -fact that -Jamaica
ginger has become quite popular as a
oeverage - since tne - proni bitionists:
captured the State, and the ginger
drunkard ia "becoming an'. iDStitu-
tion. " .- - - v.. -.. -.-' ; -1 ;
In the matter of 'simplicity una
dulteraled," commend us to the man
who recently ; took out. a postal note,
at the - Avon- poetoffice, meaning to
send the money to a relative in Roch
ester, and kept the note as a receipt. :
Rochester Democrat. " - v
A Philadelphia undertaker, who
had the burying of the ten year old
son of a poor woman, relates ' this
ouchine anecdote: --'I went to the
mother to ask her ii there was any
thing more I could do, and she hand
ed me a little bundle, saying: 'Please
put this at the foot of Johnny's coffin.;
They are a pair of his old pantaloons,'
and 'the first I ever whipped' him
in.!' - " . -
' A community was started at Ana
heim several years ago, the principal
feature of which was . that only un
cooked vegetable food was used. Oce
after another of the members have
leftr either by resignation or starva-i
tion, and now buttwo are there. One
of those, theispiritual'adviser of the
society, Walter Lock wood ..Thales, ia
ao nearly starved to death that he is
confined to his bed "from" weakness;"
and the other, . Mrs. Hinde, is near
death by starvation. San Francisco
Cbromdev!p,3j
3 The Sunday school nymn, - vi r wag
a wandering sheep", I did not loye the
fold,'.' has beeia tranalftted into Arme-?
nian. and the children of a school in
Constantinople, are fond of ginging it
for travellers who look in upon them,1
The teacher, an 4Tmeftian; who kne w.
bu very little English,waa not award
that it was a translation from that
language :soi wben ;! an - American
visitor asked him what the children
were' singing, be betook himself to
the dibtionary-. and emerged, after;
long search, with the information
that the first line of the hymn meant;
1 was a misled mutton," "
""The Party Oraran. v ,
Petersburg Index-Appeal. :
i .The Washington Post presumptu
ously .cracks the party .whip over the
heads of -the Democrats who tcom
bined with Republicans to defeat
what it . calls tariff reform, and
threatens them with" punishment for
thwarting the will of the" people as
expressed inlhe national Democratic
platform. " The Post is an organ, and
sees things through' the glasses of an
organ, and of course does not realize
tnat a memDer ot , vongress 8 reauy
and more directly: representative of
the people than auy member of a
party convention, national or- other
wise. The people elect Congressmen
after a nroloneed and thorough can
Vass of their. p6pical ancLperaonal
merits, while the delegate to a con
vention Is generally the choice of a
clique in which the people have little
or no participation, ; The party Whip
and the party organalike no longer
have power to intimidate ; The peo
ple are free and independent and are
quite equal to the responsibility I of
thinking and acting for themselves,'
and the Post should not forge this.
Death I" Well-Knewn Tii fflnian
$ "Hon John AJampbell the oldest
active member- of the .Abbingdon,
Va., bar,- and one of the ablest law
yers in the State, died Thursday of
paralysis. Judge Campbell was a
member of the convention of 1861, by
whose vote Virginia seceded from' the
Union. He raised and commanded
the Fortv-eiehth Virginia ' regiment, !
and was wounded near Winchester.
Shortly thereafer he was. appointed
circuit jndge, which office he ably
filled until his removal by the Fed
eral military authorities, about 1869.
' Sharp i Pangs r Athwart the ;
;;:.v .-"" Forehead, ' :. 1
Ani In tte muscles of the neck and shoulder, us
ually most violent aftor BightfaUj are among the
most cheerful manifestations ot neuralgia B ts
n affrtion of the nrve Intensified by a cold. Be-'
nose, brewing with It a eaeatioo of patav; Is ln
anrd b Hostetter's btomach Bitters, which Is a
fine nerve toolc and tranquilizer. It is also a reliable
means of checking rheumatism and gout. These
maladies have always more or Ws to do with the
kidneys that, wnen inacnvei iau vo larvw uu mo
impurities which engender them. The Blttwj can
be relied upon to renew a aealthy and PUrttjtag
action of tne renal organs - r enia iuib, i
tone to thestomach. lifer and bowels, and enriches
the circulation Apietue and sleep both profit by
It, end it is a well accredited means of fortiiylng the
(j s i tj euavaeaents, mli!eai the In
! d cf es, and ne:x. tie .tuaonaiiy
, The Internal Berenue. ;
Shelby Aurora. ' ' ' "1
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' The internal revenue system is be
coming as odious in Western North
Carolina as when it was enforced by
Republicans. It puts too much money
into the pockets of a few. it is a relic
of the war and' contrary to the free
spirufof our institutions. The Demo
cratic failure to abolish as promised..
and the rush after revenue offices
once despised by Democrats, , help to
increase the odium. Our North Cars
olina membera have spoken in Cons
gress and in vain implored -its-repeal
or a change in its collecti6n,yetrthere
is no chance for the speed y abolition
of the revenue. If the Democratic
House would pass a bill to repeal the
internal revenue laws, it would be a'
fine, opportunity to put the Republi
can Senate on record, - but as loos: as
the Democratic House refuses to act,
now can we blame people for claim:
ing that tbeJDemocratic party does'
not redeem its pledges ? Ed . The
offices Once cursed by Democrats are
now gladly accepted Jand enforced as
they get big pay for little labor. h ;
' One.TJ S. Commissioner in this dis
trict has on his docket seventy cases,"
which bring him $900 revenue in less
than nine months, besides his other
legal practice. - He gets $5 for each
day he 6pens court, even if" the case
is postponed foranother day and the
commissioner is - too sharp a man to
try more than one case each day; ai ,
though several could be tried in. a
few hours. : When - the defendant is
not ready for trial or witness absent,
how- happy "is" the ' commissioner as
another $5 will be made by postpone-:
ment."; The marshal has become pro-:
ficient in learning- howi to swell hisi
pay for himself, guard and expenses
while arresting a harmless citizen or
a crippled violator -of the revenue
laws. One marshal often acts 'as a
guard for another marshal in making
arrest. The marshal .'fees often
amount to $10 for an arrest and trial.
One revenue official received over
$300 salary ftper day and expenses,
yet be never regaugetf and withdrew;
enough whiskey to amount to $300
revenue to the, government. We
blame the law and its mode of collect
ing the , tax and think there the cens
sure, should rest; more than in the
officials who execute the law. " - r
4Kf i: Collariiia Tie. f ,
London Globe. ' - - -
" No other garments have the facul
ty of so revealing their owners' char
acteristics as collars and tieSi The
hat and"' coat - may deceive, gloves
may mislead, , boots may convey'
false impressions, but the cellar and
the tie give an unfaltering verdict.
The? middle-aged professional man
has his . collar turned down, - and
wears the soberest of black ties. The
horsey man carries out -the promise
of his gorgeous plaid jacket and
breeches by a collar of formal cut,
' and . a cotton tie imprinted with
horses' heads or hoofs, with stirrups;
saddles or other articles ' of equine
furniture. It would be as difficult on
the other hand, to imagine an aesthet
ic poet abandoninghis wide turned
down collar and loosely knotted soft.
Surah tie for this sporting style as it
would be to conceive an American
rancher . in - the stiff f our-inch I deep
"stand-up-all-around" and chimney
pot of the-young gentlemen who ogle
barmaids at fashionable restaurants.:
'Arry on the evening of a bank , holi
day purchases a cravat' of ; gaudy
color, filling up. all in Lerstices in the
region of his throat, and, in addition,
assumes a paper collar of startling
form and pattern. Inexperienced
eyes might - find some difficulty in
distinguishing between the closely
knotted handkerchief, of the'- poacher
and the similar style also :; in favor
among navvies. , The difference is
that: the gentlemen whopursue ttbe
iprmer vocation usually wear theirs,
very jtight to the neck, while the lats
ter, . iwhose r occupation' requires the
utmost freedom, tie their red and.yeK
low bandannas so as to permit unre
stricted play to their manly: throats;
This method has "the advantage of
makinon artiolQ take the place- o
two' -' .v- i !; j . :.'-";. -. J
t - OneJOay'a Best In ' Seven.
Every man who labors, should have
one day's rest inseven. This law of
God and. man is .decided ."wise and
benefioent alike by lnndel ana cnris
t,in At.fl ahonld b observed in aU
callings of life... " Inces8an.t labor is
the curse of the railway service, and
from generaLnaahager to track walk
er, none escape its life starving infru
enoe.- ' : One day's rest in Beven and
there i. will be clearer heaaa - and
stronger arms to succesafupy direct
and move on this great system,which
has becovrAe so important a. factor in
the march "of modern progress. One
day's perfect" rest in seven and the
life of many a brilliant young ra,anav
ger would be saved from the grave
or from a living wreck as hopeless as
the grave,; . ..Que day's rest in seven
and many a tram dispatcner, opera
tor or engineer, would be saved from
the -blunder that sacrifices human
life and vast fortunes. . -Oneday'B
perfect res in seven, and there will
be happier families, purer, healthier
lives, and 'cleaner consciences ia. the
railway service, - - ,
. rThe Widow Butler. t ? )
The Lynchburg News asks why
BehjButler . is called "the widow J"
The writer during -a vifit to. Boston
Some time ago nicked up the follow.
ing story which is at least plausible.
The. story goes that Ben in one of his
political campaignawas trying to im
press upon nis nearers in, iiecesaii.j
or Having an expenencea man in ui-.
fice. Said he : s "These young - inex
perienced candidates ' are like the
modest maiden who gets " married.
They- don't know exactly what to do.
But when thy are old, .in the cause
like myself, they, are as the buxom
widow who's been there ; before, and
they take hold of the domestic reins
with a steady and experienced grip."
Since that time Ben has. been called
'the widow Butler.'1
Another Street Car Strike. t
w'MikirBAPOiJst-''-aiirNt- June 1 21,
teneral strike of all tne street car
rivers in the ' city, was inaugurated
last evening. The cause being proni
bition made by the comyany. against
the 5 drivers si tting down. By ten
.o'clock almost all of the old drivers
had deserted tneir cars, ado com-nanv-
made efforts to supply their
places with newmeri, but the strikers
induced recruita to tie up the cars pr
take them back to the stables without
violence. : Superintendent uoodncn
has appealed to Mayor Ames for po
lice protection. ; r: -"." f ": , .
Jlrs. Joe Person's Remedy
la stUltie t"""t T'i pn ot tve rnn-vpt.
? . r i R 0YAL MWfl " I
Absolutely P u re.
. .----,,, - ,
-Thlspojwder new varies. - A marrel of purity,
strength and wholeaomeness . - More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
n eans.. -Wholesale by A
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. Jana0d4wly ;Vms . - Charlotte, N. C.
fTo J heVICTORhe LAU REL"
': Prejwminni In every. '.'higher: quality, th
- HANANJSHOE has became the reeogmzed standaid
:I for fine jjwear among dmcnminating genttemen, -v
For sale by - ..A. B. RAKKIIT a BBO.,
- ' - - Charlotte, N. C.
NERVOUS;
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tellef ana permanent cure of Kervout Debility, loea
of Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred trouble.
- Also toemany other diseases. . Complete restorav.
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' No rink H incurred. Illustrated pamphlet lnaealed .
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AME PAPER. Chleaeater Chcmleal Co- ,
.f ' - SlMiarPkUaelawPa. 4
8aM T lrac(aaa e-reirwliens Aak' tor- "Cnlcaea. -
:una x-emaj royal ruia.
lakenooUiar.
I am an old man. Tor 28 TW I suffered wltn
ulcers on my right teg aa (he result of typhoid
lever, i Amputation waa suggested as the only
means ot preserving life The doctors could do
nothing for me, and" thought I must die. For S
years never bad a shoe on. .Swift's tipectfic has
I m&dei 2 permanent cure and added ten years to my
I We. wm. k. ukbq, ttau uo., a.
-, -Ihafetaken BwlfVa Sjeeine tor blood poison,
eontruhted at a medical college at a dissection.
whiia I was a medleal student. I - am cratetul to
aaytntnaave me a speeay ana morougn euro
after my patents had spent hundreds ot dollars lor
'tje&tEbent. -. .
v t i jj Auoostus VfiWDXL, M. IX, Newark, N. J.v-
c 5 - ' . i I
Wv fctrftfiwn earlv srlrlhood has been BUfferinK
from i heumatism. She has tried many remedies,
and I must frankly say has derived more benefit
from Swift's Specific than from all the others, after
, i . -.i. .... . . , . ... .
tuinr (uiuiwuuui uiai. - - T
, i Esv. Jakss Xu Fixbox, Oxford, 6a.
flwtft'a ftnectfic Is entirely
itable. Treatise on
Blood and Skin Diseases mall'
free. . -
Tm swirr Sfbgitio Co.. Drawer S, Atlanta-Ga,,
Kl6W.aSdSt.,K.T. - , ' - -
j CASSARD'.S .
I
MB E LARD, ".STAB BRAND
Is for sale by the following
LEADING
GROCERS: , '
C Brusra, Hayss Todd, ,
J. Ii. DATI3, ' K.-B. DURHAM,
L. A. MlSEHHJHirKB, ' " H. C. IBWIM, ' ;
R. B. Alkxamdsb 4 ComW. J. Fkidai, - ,
JOB CAUDBB. . . C. SOOTT, -j ; . '
K. D. McGllWB, S. M.HowxutH vr
Ii i. WAiJCkBcV GiXi"; DDU SCHBOBMffl,
WmrsBa ft Busskll. .. .
.. Ttr nackaee bears our Bed Trade Mark, and
It guaranteea ausoiuusij pure. - - - - .
- 3 - ' - O. CASSAltD SON,' '
- Baltimore, no.
4-
- )
The very finest -
f
iCREAM CHEESE. '
Corned Canned Beef very low.
SWEET BREAD AND CAKES. '
IS. M HOWELL'S.
H
tSTABLlSRED
USED IN ALL
PARTSiFTKE
iSOUD.
WORLD
r.t.inm Anrl Prinm on abdication. Sold by
all the best Carrlaee Bnildere and Dealers,
S ., CINCINNATI, V. H. A, rv nrKr
i - . . . Cable Address. COOCEN.
i Dec22sdtuesths4sat tf : .. .. ' v .-,
WACS1 8PD1KG8 HOTEL
I OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. v ' z.
f-pHU KEW HOTEL AT WABM BVKINyS, .
j I n vill he nnen for the reception of enests on
June S'Hh. Sor parueuiars as to tern's, batn,
.. . ... . , H,P r!i iTlilitl.n . -
V
f - : ' . - Warm "rip-". N. C. -
.... X,.
AM BSk n peand
I IsTrll llllitioul
Mfeil
S-
i
' P of Elgliland Pari LoUl, AiAen,S. C,
J-:-. :.. t . .. - , - ' ". -
THEs
E
Will -Me aa End . ,
TO :-: OUR
We Have Divided the
iLQ)ir n
And contains Silk and Satin Parasols
And contains , a large variety of Handsome Sunshades, many of which.
... - sold at $4.00. .
Among those you will find Silk Umbrellas and Lace- Trimmed Parasols,
V , which sold readily at $5.00 and $6.00 each, - ; . . '
Offered at a bargain, is quickly bought
iore come as once, xney
19 cents a pair
Ladies Unbleached Bal
briggan Hose worth 25c.
46 cent a pair
Ladies . Fine BalbriggSB'
Hose worth 60c..
NEW LINE OF RUCHING8.
x At 8 cents per yard, -" ' ''-".
AN ASSORTMENT OF FIGURED. PACIFIC LAWNS
- At 10 cents
FIFTEEN
HUNDRED YARDS
" ' At 28 cents per yard. , J" -
SIX HUNDRED YARDS OF FRENCH SATTEENS, tvery cheap"
: - 'At 98 cents per yard. 7 t
SIXTY-FIVE GINGHAM DRESS PATTERNS.
" - Each of these contains 11 yards. " '
1 ;
; CHARLOTTE, . C. f ;
L -MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED. TO. :
J. II.
OFFkRS TO
Wesale Retail Trad!
FIVE TONS
Pure
rWENTYr BARRELS
PURE LINSEED OIL,
A. Large Stock of
ColorSj-YarnMes, Etc. '
-ALSO-
ONE CAR LOAD
Kerosene Oil,
ALL, AT, CLfOSE PBIGES-
ius ,
..
J.HMoADEN,?
"
-
PEIGES
Stoek ia Three lets.
sells at $1.20 each.
which sold as high as 13. 50 each.
sells at S 1,90 each.
sells at $3.20 each,
up by economical purchasersi theres
are au regular maae.
19 cents a pair
Ladies Black,: Navy, Seal
& Card. Hose worth 25a -!
45 cents a pair
Ladies Blk, Navy Card. &
Bro'n Lisle hose worth 65c
per yard,
pW 31 in., DOMESTIC SATINS
FERRIS'
Boneless Breakfast fiacoo,
SMOKED BEEF
tAND
TONGUES
-1BX thx
3
BEST ; QUALITY.
Get them m
v '.'ii-.sC:.:-
Free ' ddivenr. Telephcna
can si;
CniBLOTTX!, N. C,
CITT TBAOl
t ' ) I - t' i -ii , " i , .
wwm
TTnttl fnrthnr notice, on and after JaMrliur. JTrmai -
1st. our city customers purchasing weekly tickets
will be furnished lee from (ho company s deuvery
wagon In such quantitlea-as desired, from 6 poonaA
up, ha vne uuurom rate price oi bu etuis per Bun
dred pounds. Those holding weekly tickets of
higher price can exchange them at their optl.n
wiin our ncaet agents at me uty Drug btores lor
the lower priced tickets. We are now manufactur
ing and offering to tb trade at low rotes, Snner-
lor quality oi pure crystal ice made rrom AiecawMa
Durg spring water inoroogniy niterea. - -
t t -B. W. iATia,BUP.
, SHTPPINa PRICES. .
Car Load of 10 tons, -c-t y WBOpertoa
rrom & to id tons. ; cwpwva
From I to 6 tons, : .- -. - 7.00 per tot
600 to 1,000 pounds. - ; .. s-Deserl ""
100 to 600 pounds, - - . e-cperl -am '
-we are now using use eeieoraiea t-jsw t i.iec,
through which all the water Is passed beiore f
ing, and the trade mar rely upon all ies - .
tured by us being as pure as It Is poeio'e lo i-
It. Orders soiictted and promptly ftued. Ix- 4
freight and express rate eecure ter xr eu.
mero. V!i -
may22dtf - :
rmnn sAUBTreir
uiwww
.wYa. Ib Jtilf a..
Jt...
u) Bread iray,
py4eed8m "' ' '-."-"-'"-'. ' :
f . . . .. ,.f
- ' Alway. P.fe and always an re. ReWf
- Pin8(flrionKy)and Ijsriies' IH-grieTieia li- for . .
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