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G HAIILOTTK. N; C WEDNES DAY, J UNE 23, 1 886
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
One $10 00 Parasol at $4.00; . . ' ' , - .V-.
Two $7.50 Parasols at $3.50, - V- , ; '
One $5.10 Parasol at $2 50. : - ' .- ' -
OneJotr bt $4 00 Parasols at $2 95,
One lot of $&50 -Parasols at $2.40. ' " - . ,
One lot of $3 00 Parasols at$l 93. . -
One lot of $2 50-Parasols at $1.75. o 'V .
One lot or $1:50 Parasols at $1 10 . ' - .
-Our $4 oO Pongee Parasols at $3.10
Our $3.00 Pontes Parasols at $2.10.. -'""'; V.
. Our $2.50 Pongee Parasols at $1 65,. r ' ;
2 Embroidered rink Zephyr Robes,1 price $5.00j to-day
they are $2.50. V ,z . . ; "
25 pieces of 75 cent- Worsteds Colored Dress Goods in
Qashmeres, Albatross, Mandalaya and Batistes at "45 "cents.
They must go- I ' . ' : ..T";',
1 0 pieces White Plaid India Lineji at "8 cents per y ai d.
'f-.-'.j- - - ' - - i' - : i ----- t i
For Mliis We k; Only.
Mr entire stodcot
At ablg.dt count Ko hisekfper MwvW fi V
tite ednge Pi tte low prtoee. .
" ' - . . - . . . ..
TABLE LINTN8, . r r .
DOILIES, TEA CLOTaS, "
j(qrriKftaAH ims. - " V
' , jiT 6a,TAIl8,
v- v CBKTON1TSS, BT?J, T
4 " ip8.qAFKT,rtQtva
Cone Md et tkW Price."
' v Cheapest of. the season. Special bargains in
MOHAIR AND LINEN .ULSTERS
SOOCSSSOBS TO ALKXANDER BABRISr,
CLEYElAND M1SERAL SPMKQS
Ate no ot'an lor the reception of jlsltow.
SeautlMlr nnUhed for tae benefit ot
' Mm to tfe pnnffs.
Wrientf of ke secured for the aeasos. ,
A good .trim! band has teen emptored for the
ibelarnU tie very
the mamrt aa ir).
ill be at tae Springs' station on the ar-
. vlui r.1 sun train
Koi further informatics'
First, Katioial : Bant Bmlflini,
South Tijou Street, - - -1 Charlotte, N. a
' DKAXSBS IN , .
Ladies', Misses!and Childrhfs
BUTTON, (MGRESS & (ACE SHOES,
- Gents' Elne Hand-llade and Maehine Sewed -BOOTS,
BUTTON AND IjACE BAS,
BOTS AITO 1UUT88' '
imK BUOTl ANA SHOK3 ' ALL GHADSS
: . 'GENTS' FINE 1
Silk, Soft and Stiff Hats,
TRUNKS, v fy:::.
: - QBIPSCS,
UMBRELLAS OF ALL -KINDS,
: i : sho? BLACrae and bbpshzs, -. r
AJiaa PplkW for Wies' Pice Ite.
Stock always kept " lull and'
; - - np to the demand
OBPKE3 BY Mitt OB 1XPBKSS-.JPEOMPTLT
'-;'' " ATTSNDKD TUy ;
tjEV LOriDON, CONN.
N'V' -MaBnfactarewbf the "Old KelteWe
I - ' I. , Brown Cotton Glna, Feedera and Con- ,
i - denseps,- :;.r'i:'-:: ""' " '
" ' AH the TWy latest tmpweiaeHtai tsup
' r ' W, patent whlBpeiv tV
" - tioh helta. extra rBtron rOBh. aft
) steel bearlnga, new tmprored ?eed?F ;
enlarged dnrt proof Condenaer. - . v
fast, run Hghti eleana tha seed per
rw ni nroducea first claaa aamplea.
11KIJTEKED PBfiB OF
at may aeceMlble point. Hani Tor luu
description and rfc list.
Jc jricIOW5liaj eiiaiMwiact w -7-.;
D. A. TOMPPS C0
gOBNB8 COLLEQI AND JfOtTBTH STa,
Have repelled jn haye ft jtop a fulj line pf
. . - - - - r ' . ;
. vb qt?0. w.'' MOOM. 1 in eharge oT our
PiimRfNU DBPABfilBNT, and will call on aB,
one wlshlng-work done. : . - r -.:-,-- - ;
Hbusea Rented f
MTitad and rents collected, tn the
tdveroaed free of eharge. . ; '
- ' CHAELPTTI BKAL KSTATS ASKKCT, ; i
. B. E. eOCKBANH. Manager, "
' 'i4 W V Ttv! Htrtwl Tront Conical fCoteV
the bust stock - of, goods n
tie: city in oub 'linii
i. n tt
E0AN0KE & S0UTHEEN.
XII E MORGANXOH MEEX1JIG.
Detailed Report of the Proceed
fniCS-IIelp From the Baltimore
and Ohio. J
Morganton Star. - ', - "
A large and . entbusiastic meetine
was held in Morganton last week : -
Hon. A. O. Avery moved that the
meeting be called to order by appoint?
iog Mr T. B. T witty t of : Rutherford,
to the chair and Major Harper, of
to act as secretaries. -; -,: : .
Colonel Tate.of Burke explained the
object of the meeting to be a meeting
of conference with the counties along
the proposed line. ,
The following counties were ably
represented:- . ? . - ' '
. ...Wilkes, Surry, Burke, Ashe, Wa
tauga Caldwell, Rutherford, Polk,
N. C., Spartanburg and Greenville,
A free, harmonious and full expres
sion of opinions was had, and all
agreed tiiat. by - the -route : proposed
from Eoanoake, Ya., to Greenville.
cs U.a..,Wukes and Hurrv.or Ashe
and Watauga. Uald well, Burke,Ruth-
jeiford, Polk, and , Spartanburg' was
the most ' practical route and . the
shortest Toute by at leaat.sixty miles.
Mr. Ubatham. from ourry . spoke m
f ivor of this route.-. Said he was au
thorized-- to say that Surry county
would vote at least seventy-five thou
sand dollars, besides many prominent
citizens would give liberally of their
private means. -
Blr C J Cowles,from Wilkes, said
his county was strongly in favor' of
this route.and wbuld vote a handsome
subscription, at least ; one : hundred
thousand dollars. N : O ; .(
Colonel Tate read letters from Ashe
and Watauga : authorizing him to
pledge fifty thousand dollars ; from
each of these counties, provided tbe
road was built through these coun-
lies. . v - . .
The delegate from Caldwell strong ¬
ly favored tbe enterprise and was sat
isfied that Caldwell count; would do
ner auiy. - -
. Mr. Twitty said - that Kutherford
county was looking to this route with
mueh interest ana would give liber
ally, Said "a number of - gentlemen
wno were fighting the., other two
companies wowd favor a subscript
tion for the Koanoke route. - .
The Polk delegates said their people
were enthusiastic over, the .: prospect
of . this road coming through: their
county and they believed the county
would vole a hundred thousand dol
lars. - -
Spartanburg eounty,S..C., wasrep
resented by Dr. Landrum and others.
Jlr. landrnm made avery impressive
speech. Said his people were partial
to this route; that it would open up
communication " betweon Virginia.
North Carolina and" South Carolina,'
by a direct line, which had long been
needed, and tha, both the town and
coury of, Spartanburg would sub
scribe liberally ;o aid in building the
road. - - - " c
Mesars. Davia and Morgan, r from
GowfcBville, Greenville county, S. C,
were nresent to sav that their section
woula do its;whole duty .when called
upon.' , - - -r' ' -
Mr. F.M Keiiiey.ot iireenvme,o.u..
said that when - the announcement
was made m the Morganton. paper
that a road was in contemplation from.
uoanoase,- a., 10 rtsreenvme, j.t
bis people were perfectly elated at the
idea, gaid it w&8 , characteristio of
Greenville to go her full length for all
railroad enterprises that came to or
through their joity.acd for this grand
enterprise he was satisfied they wbuld
make an extra effort, - e . -.
Judge Avery was loudly c.3414 for,
when lie arose and sad thai courtesy
suggested that urkeshoul give way
t Xhp elegatea f rpm a distance.' He
said, however that a majority of the
most enterprising citigena of Burke
were in full accori with the' enter
prised and ;tfat they would do thair
whole duty. ? Said that the Baltimore
and Ohio ; cpmpany was a rich' cor
poration was able to build all the
. . . j . ' j i .t 1:1... -11 ..t.n
road tney aesireu, pub iw t wvtc
hueioess menvorKed" to the best ad
vantage, and .when they determined
to build a rauroaa tney nrss urTeys
ed the most practical roue and then
ascertained what section: would offer
the most financial aid, which, mnu-
enced the location ; of the route to ft
great extent. - He then moved that a,
committee of three from each eoiinty
ftlong.the line of the proposed route
to ascerrAin, as near as.possioie, now
much their tespecti ve counties would
subscribe toward the build jog of this
road, and to correspond with Colonel
S McD. Tate, at Morganton, through
him wath Jhe onicerB 01 ine liaiumore
and Ohio railroad and other syndi
cates looking to the early construe
tion of-a road throygn tne eounues
aboye named . : . - . : - :
The following are . tne genwemerA
who comDose the committee? '
Wilkes C J Cowles, J A' Cooper,
JQ A Bry an, W M Abpher, L C Ter-
w -.'. - r m - 1 -j aft 1 1T ' T3t
(Jaldweu-s i tspamnour, vr v
Harper, Dr. It L Beail, R M Suttle, S
5 fatterson. - . . . ; '
Ashe - J W Jodd, wy . xnomas,
G W Reeves, David W prth, A if
Cowles. ' ' ' " - ' : : " ' ' '
WataugaW W Ijenoir, J GFm
ley. G W. Drugger, , J J , pey, a u
Uritcner. - '
Burke Dr. J-U yv hiteMoesj ur a
Loven, 1 A. Bristol, 4 tr.l"earflon,.fJ
PuthArfnifd Jas Andrews. Nathan
Young, M H Justice, J A Forney, J Y
ru.CEiUVJ'0-. '-:? .: . .
. Edlk - J K Hottell, Jordan & Good
euVj.A'T'hQrnJ Greenville and Spartanburg, S. C,
MI Ansel. W L Mauldin, T C Havis,
Dr. J Bti.Lftncrrum, T f Earie. :
gurry B B QwynM Chatham,
Romulus yolger, W F Centre, R 8
.Mr O J Cowles moved that the next
meeting be held at Lenoir, .Caldwell
"county." V' ';' ;' ' '. - - '
Sheriff Hamilton, of Polk, moved
that while the delegates were prepar
ing their lists -of committees, jtne
r.hafrman call upon Col. Tate for,; in
formation as .to the character of ; the
management and the resources of th'e
different raiJpad ' dompa.hies that
mig)t becopae jntQ epted in the con
struction of this projected linei-. ; He
said the Baltimore and Ohio compa
ny was one which would ieei an anxs
ious desire to control -such ft line as
this which thny could r readily con-:
nect with their Valley .ro,acL that
they were looking ' f or an outlet, in
this direction with the view 'o con
necting with the Georgia, system ; of
roads, and that this was their near
est, cheapest and best way out to the
South and Southwest, ' That as for
tvr?r r-r-rs t.ni - at-ilitjr to ; eccoxa-
n - v: i ft.-
He said that-now; seeing that com-,
pany would seek connections South,
as indicated that they were able to
carry out their plans that fwev had
the route presenting the most favor
able conditions by nature -, vould or
could we allow it to be diverted, by
local aid offered on ot her iioes. It
should be remembered that to main
taia our.natural advantages it . was
necessary, to ; see i to,; it that- other
routes did not offer sufficient induce-'
ments by way of subscriptions to
overcome. those " advantages, .. This
could only be done by giving aid in
county,, town' and individual sub
scriptions. Let us see what we can
do in . this way. -' By , co-operation
along the whole line we can raise, a
sum which will attract thenv Cor -porations
prefer to place" their prop
erty in friendly communities, and
the best evidence - of I friendship, is
Sivingaid. - . -
The Argus says t he Gold8b6roTro
hibition ,Club will; appoint " fifteen
detectives, whose; duty it shall be to
ferret out and report to trie grand ju
ries of our county all violations of
the present; liquor laws. ;v
.' ' The Saaithfield Herald reports
many; deaths recently in thattounty.
Among the dead are Mrs. IL It; John
ston, Mr, A. P. Barbour, Mrs.Cassa
Barbour, son of Mr. W. O. Hamil
ton, Mrs. Elizabeth Enniss' -and Mr.
B. B. Alford. , V '
' Greensboro Workman : ; We "were
shown this morning a spider, around
which there is much of ; interest. ' It
is the same thet-bif the little son ? of -
Mr.E,;? P. Wooters i last Saturday
morning, since wnicn ume. 1 we un
derstand, two of our physicians have
been in attendance on the boy, and
that he is not out of ' danger. . The
spider is very black, witb the excep
tion of two very bright red spots; one
on the end a very small one and -
the other on the under side. : --
.Wilmington Star:, J. : M. Barlow:
one of the letter carriers, was arrest-
ed yesterday morning on the " charge
of robbing the mails. At the prelim
inary investigation of the cAae before
U. 8. Commissioner , Gardner , he
waived examination, made ' a full
confession of his gult, and Was com-
muted to the custody, of. .a. Mar
shal Riehardson, in - default; of bail
for $1,000.-. Barlowwas apprjinted to
the position he held in the poetofBee
ny Mrt.urinc, -ine lace postmaster.
in may, laoa. , e is a atepuoiican.
but was popular with every one- and
considered, a good official. The ar
rest was mad e by ; Postoflice Inspect
tore w.. JS bmith and ibomas Troy,
of WftBhingtoov D. C, who have been
in the city several day workings up
the case . . . . -f -. .
-. f . .
--"Wilmington - Review :" Three can
didates, viz :' f Messrs, Frederick T;
Price, Chas. ". E.. Burns and JJohn A
McHugh, were regularly ordained to
the priesthood at St. Thomas' Catho
lic church yesterday morning. ?. The
important ceremonies were conduct
ed in a mpst impressive manner; by
Right Re Vf Bishop Northrop. . There
was a large and deeply interested
congregation in attendanceri the
music was . unusually fine;' and the
ordination sermon', by Very- Re'v.
leo Haid, Abbot of St.; Mary's Mon
astery, Belmont, Gaston county, was
a remarkably able and interesting as
"well as instructive effort. ' The young
candidates were deeply -k impressed
with' the .ceremonies which placed
them in the order ,pf the priesthood
and all present bore testimony to tbe
solemnity of the occasion. . .Tespers,
at i, o'clock in the .afternoon, -were
conducted r by th9 newfy ; ordained
priests, -; .who acquitted ? themselves
with mueh credit, r At nigbt. ... very
Rev. Ijeo Haid delivered an interest
ing and instructive lecture - upon
vMonke and Monastic Orders.",' He
is a deeply learned clergyman, with
a fine. commanding presence," a
clear articulation, and he treated, his
subject -with. Originality, foroe : and
clearness.: It ia a subject upon which
there is radoubte41y a great amount
of ignorance, and the; eliort of 4 the
speaker was to let rays of truthful
light shine in ; upon this darkened
theme- - The services .throughout tbe
entire day were edifying, ; a.ad large
crowds wece present dpon each oq-
'. ' . The Delaware Peach Crop. ;
The Dover "-(Del.) Sentinel prints a
cojumn of reports f rom. peninsular
5 teach growers, -ol which the follow
aa is a svtmmaryi Forest ."Station
wul ship 10,000 baskets, Middletown
800.000. Greene Spring 36,000"'- and
Smvrna 100.000 baskets. The June:
Qtop is rather light. Leisc . reports
a light cropi Moorton a r poori crop'V
may ship ,000 to 7,000 baskets. Ken
ton will ship 6P,000 baskets, les$ than
one-third of a crbpi. jCamdenTf ill not
shin more thn oueixth .of a crop.
Rilng Sqn repoiia one-half of ft crop,
but tine fruit.--"Other reports are as
follows ; Woodside Home orcnras
one-fourtbof acrops "others few; or
none: Felton Crop a failure ex6ept
a few early varieties. Frederick
20.000 baskets. . about :- one-half of
ihem on Mr. Willis's orchards. Far?
mington--A total failure; not a single
basketjvill be shipped. Bcidgtyile?4:
No crop.; Seaford No peaches worth
counting. Sassafras yrop almost a
failure, a Denton Some orchards in
Caroline county .have nearly a ' ful
crop.; others none.; LankfordQroo
irregular ; taken; as a "whole more
than an average crop; yellow varie-
ies beaviestti " Qreehsborough. -Not
enough peaches to supply . the home
demand Hillsborough very few
Centreville-right prop. Still pond
full- crop . trees -''.. vigorous s and
neaitnjv tjnesierrowD ig crop?
640,000 baskets. 3ennedyviUe Very
goed crop,j-yjx5omoke-ine ;pros-t
pects for very nne crop.,: iwver
Prop irregular? will shjp from 100,000
to 15Q.0U0 pastceta. , ;
. The Temiessee 'Canvas.
.Baltimore Bun. ..:s; O
The nomination of Hon, A. A. Tayv
lor, ot Blast Tennesseer for the gover
norshin bv-the Repuhlioans will
probably induce the Democrats to
cake their candidate from the same
section of the Stxite, and it is a sin-
eular fact that -the ; leading - Demo
cratic aspirant for the gubernatorial
nomination in East Tennessee tbe
Hon.-Robert L. Taylor, .brother of
the Republican nominee. They f are
sons of the. Hon. -N. G. Taylor, for
many years a member , of (Jangress
trom one or. tne iasD ienueBoee: uia-
tricts. and both are recognized as
able campaigners, ' l
-' A uB(".ay taw In IeW Qrleanv;
'-"Htvt OSLEAr-, Jure- The .Got
freer ve:t:rd-y t tto Sunday
Tit eMpiiess: exc tJBsidsr Aniv'
.The .Boys see- the ' j OorernmrHt
cfiPrlnitinar Qmee, Vail on -PreslT
i dent Cleveland, and View y tbe
ij t'Cave f the Winds" at the Cap-.,-
tol Other Sights and Socialities
-Charles It. Dllased. . - IC&ii-
Correspondeneeof Tss Obsksvxb f.- j-. j ? j " '
Washington," ' June ' 21. About
twenty minutes past 10" o'clock the
greater part of ,the North ' Carolina
editors presented themselves at I the
front door of the Government Print- I
ing 'Office.' They" were 1 shown
through the great buildings tbe pros
portions and arrangements of which.
were much admired. The 'Presiden
tial part of the . programme coming i
naix pasc one p. m., ana cnere not
oeiDg ume tor me vien to me Capi
tol in the fragment of : the"; morning,
it was decided to call at the Patent
Office then get lunch and -"do" the
two houses of Congress in tne after-
noon.' .- '.- ' r' X-fr':'? t'-
"fThe reception by Mrs." and' Senator
"Vance will take place' tonight, as first
arranged for,; and . hot on ' Tuesday
evening as .the understanding was
yesterday.;. Several -. young , ladies
will assist Mrs. -Vance. Z;r:SQ?!
Going to the Government Printing
Office this morning the "percession'
w as vie wed with amazement by some
colored persons. r- One was heard, to
observe : "Dere's de Salbation army
shore's yer ? born.";- Another said
-I fink it's de chain '? gang. The
"percession" immediately ; exploded.
Residents invariably ask : "Where's
Charles R?" ?' We " all expected the
editor of The Observer to be one "of
Quite a number went ' to church
yesterday, some of them, like Presi
dent McRee, twiee. )' r - -
Repfesentative Reid went home- on
importan t business, but returned this
morning- , Gen. Cox also returned.
TJie- members haye shown every
courtesy to the editors. .; '
BETTER TD4I IDE
. ;.. ;- Tit AT.
A Black Poodle for 9Ir. Cleve
land and a Dnteh Clock- for the
Hew Tork Son.4 ?-.i;!1sW-'-v'yi -
When tbe steamship TTesterland
arrived at har.-wharf yesterday ;it
was evident -to; those around .that !
something unusual - was on ' board;
The oantwin seemed worried and the
first'officef's. usually ruddy face was
pale.;i;.They watched ; with -.anxiety
the movements of . two sailors'; who
were carrying a large wicker basket i
down the gang-nlank. ' The caotam
lifted the lid and out jumped a black
French poodle, with fierce looking
whiskers and a beautiful tuft on tbe
end of his tail. ----- , '
vHe is; alive," " said the captain.
thankfully. - , , , ,
"Thanlc Heaven t" exclaimed the
first officer. - ;
If it had died, -what then?ff, said
the captain. - ' v " '
l'Yet3, .what then?1' echoed the first
officer , ' 1 .
The poodle was a present to Mrs.
Cleveland from - Mr,- Von der Bock,
the agent of the Red Star line, and
the captain had received Bpecial in
structions to iook-f out .for ;its ' safe
i transDortation, along with that of a i
hunclrea-year-oitt-f?utch " clocfc-- tnat
had feeeh sent asanresent ; to Presi
dent Cleveland.- r- Mrs. Cleveland.
then Miss Folsom, had seen the dog
in Antwerp and had made friends
with- it.1 i Mr; Van der Bock deter
mined that it. should; he; hers. He
didn't think it right -o neglect her
husband, and sent along , tbe Dutch
cock: . - -
.. . m m , . W. - -..
"-if, "Pan Electric StocK-'-"; '
New York Star. ' v" - .
MrrJ- Harris Rogers, who has for
some time past been furnishing in -
formation to the Bell Telephone Ajom-
pany has. how thrown bfj. the mask
and begun a suit againa wr- uar
land and others "whom he induced to
fomfo tbe ran jaiecinc.enterprise.
lr. R?Jgera demands an accounting
and $100000 from bis iat associateSi
The suit iffSprobablj af mer act of
spite, for if th -allegations of tne
5eu Uompsany, wun wnicn jut, iiarr
BQW has relations more or less mti
mate, aie to he belie"ved, there is no
value whatever m -the ran isaeotnc
9tock, and Mr. Rogers simply owns a
fractional . share of nothing. If, on
i. the other" hand, Mr: Rogers bad faith
in the company in which he induced
Mr. GarlAnd and others to take stock,
be j would unquestionably await the
result of the pending st against the
j-seii uompany o-ef ore - sum g ;. tor an
accounting, or naming a pricejfor
his share in the ran Mectric enter
prise. Mr. Rogers appears ta he ft
bad lot. . . - . - -
Decrerof D. D. CeaferrelCon
traet for the Ereettoa of ao
IroviFtYrnaee. ;""' '
MaNTQOMEEY.' Ala..",June 22. r The
board of trustees of the University of
Alabama have conferred the degree
of Doctor of J)ivinity upon S. Hecht,
Jewish Rabbi of thistJity.
A contract, was closed today ror the
cb'mpletion of the - Birmingham and
Sheffield railroad and the erection at
Sheffield Of the second iron turnace,
with 100. tons capacity, ;:-
neaTT RlttfU u Washington.
iTfAsHENQTONK Jun6 . 22: -There was
a terrific rain storm here last night
and the streets were badly washed.
The total rainfall for June up to date
is 5.44, the greatest ever inown, i -
Pamirs I Athwart 'the.
And In the mogcles of the neck and shoulder, ns
naiiy moei violent artor nignuau, are among tne
most cheerful rramfestations of neuralgia. It is
an aftactioa of the n-rve latenslBedy a cold. Be-
nose, brmgiog wiinna cea-auoti oi pam, us iq-
, . . . ..... .1. D.X , . i V. ..
flDe nerve touic ana tranquilizer, u
means of cheeking rheumatism an
klaneys tht, wnen inactive, iau to mrow on ine
Impurities wh'ch engender them. -The Bitters can
be relied upou to renew a healthy and purifying
act'oa of tie renal organs Besides this, it gives
tone to the stomach, liver and bowels, and enriches
the circu'attan. poetlte and sleep, both pv!.t by
It,' and ltisawel!a!redted meanaot fortes tt e
f.i'.-.-j ji nnt ir-';' -ij-ia. It-ha-'-Tst'-er-v"1 y
" This powder never varlee. i A marvel of Durttr.
Btreneth and wholesomenes. More eoonomleal
taantneordinarr kinda, and cannot be sold in
oompeOtloa with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders, gold only
neans. . wnoiesaio or -- -- - . - :
; vv. ,; SPRINGS ft BTJRWKLL,
Jan20dwly . - - . . , Charlotte, N. C.
To . th"e VICTOR .the UUREli.'
: Pre-eminent ir every ihighw quality, tha
HANAN SHOE has become the recognized standud .
for tin. weof among discriminating gentlemen- :
A. X. RANKIN A BRO., --Msk
Charlotte, N. C
- Von are allowed a free Mat cf thirty ietyt of the .
Electric Suspensory Appliances, tor the speedy i
. reuet ana permanent! cure Ji jx eroousicmivy. warn
- fit YitaSity and Manhood, and an kindred tronblea. :
. Also for many other diseases. Complete res tor. :
tloii'to Bealtn. Vlrror and. Manhood guaranteed. -
"No rink is incurred. Illustrated pamphlet iueetUedl .
VOLTAIO BELT, CO., Maraliall, Mich.
; its cured at home with
out pain. sook or nar--
ucuiars sent Fit EI
sent FREE. 0 I
OT.T.1!V r t. - I
B. M. wootlEV. r. n
Atla.nt.iL. i-u- ctfHcft
65 WiuteiuOi Street. '
8lmplesli Most Par ible, Economical and Perfect
In use. Wastes no ftrlp; tCleansea It Beady lot
Market, j ..? .. . ; ; -
Thre8Mng Engines and Horse Powers
Saw Mills ana Standard Implements Generally.
Send lor Illustrated catalogue .;,-:. - ' ,i
.A. B. PARQtJHA,-
Pennsylvania Igrlcnltoral - Works, York, Ta.
. maySdikwlm . , -
"CHICH ESTER'S ' ENGLISH
- Tbe Origlnnl nl Only Genuine. 1
flafcaAtorji Beluhle. Beiran of worth lw Imhartin.
Indlapeonble to LADIES. Ask ;our-DrjrcUt for .;
' "ChtehiMter'a EhaTuh ud take ao other, SctoM tm.
' (stmipH) to us. Sor pM-ttcalare m letter by vulva small.
: V NAME PAP ER. ChteB ester OKemif al
i so i o fflHiiiauii euoaroi ruiaua r'
Xik tor ThfobM.
nils. Isks sw other.
JanlOd&wiy . -j-
' I are aa old man. Tor 28 yean I suffered with
nWitrs on my right leg ae tbe res nit of typhoid
lever, Amputation was auggemea as tne oniy
means of preserving life, Tae doctors could do
nnthlnir for me. and thoueht f must die. For 3
years I never kad a aboe on. Swift's tJpeclflc has
made a permanrdj oure and added ten yearato my
Ule. ' i ' ..WM.B.BsKiHallCa,Ga.
T tutve taken Swlffa 8 Decide 'for htood Tl9
nontmcted at a -medical: colteee at a dissectio
while I was a medical atndeat. I am grateful to
say that It gave me a apeed; and thorough cure
after my parents had agent hundreds of dollars fox
r.rAntmant. ..r . ' '-. .: . ' . '
- AwwsrnraWsarBaBu L lX.Newark,S. 3.
- lfy wife f rem early grrlbood hMbeen sufferlrrR
try in rueumautuu. one uw mm iusui iouicu?o,
and I must frankly say has derived more benefit
from Swift's Specific than from all the others, after
long and faithful trial. ."-;''-',
, i Bxv. Jakss L. Fames, Oxford, Ga
- Swift's Specific is'enttrely vegetable. Treatise on
Blood and skui Diseases mauea nee. , --
Thi Swtit Spxcmo Ca, Drawer 3, itlanta,Sa.,
OT 158 W. 23d St., N,?.- . -
PCU E LARD, "STAB BftARD"
r H tor sale by the following '
; 1 LEADING GROCERS: :
C.HrLSjKH, . , j B4TK8 ft TODD,
J. li.Ds.YI!), r. a. niiwuii! ' .
U A, MMKriJfra. " & C. lKWLN.
a. B. ALKAMUJCa & Co.,W. J. Fkidat, . . .
.TnHM r.AI.DKR. ;-. ' ! C. SCOTT, . . : .. . .i. ;-
K. P. MOGIHIOS, ' ' - 1 S. M. HOWBIX,
L. J.WAwaaftCa.i VBdlsbi Schboessr,
' Bvery package bears odr Bed Trade Mark, and
it guaranteed absolutely pore. - -, - -. . .:,
' - , G. CA3SAED & SON, ' --
" - Baltimore, Md.
' The very flneet '
: CREAM CHEESE.: -
Corned Caaaed Beef .very Io-v
v SWEET BREAD. AND CAKES."
.S. M: HOWELL'S.
ilhllidUr I lit.
i r,iaimni( nil PiiMw on sDDlicatlon.' Soldhv
11 the best Oftrrifure Brjilders and Dealers, -.
. , ! -Cable Address. CQO-CIN.
. Pec22 tuesthstaat U " ? . - ,-.
B tr mm H t i 1 1
SSHSSWAIBI 8PMSG8 U0TEL
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
TTH TTHW EOTETj AT WARM SmiNGS. N.
O . will be open for tne reception oi guests oa
eSn. lor ptUtlculars pstoter"11 h'ho,ftc,
a f. I 'llriau,
v- - N C
-rf T' ' ' 11' -, a., j, s.c,
At 81 20
... At 1.90J
0UK HOSIERY COUNTER
Is . filied with Wonderful Bargains.
NEW LINE OF RUCHINGS.V
v :. t- - . . q cents per y&rd ' -
. AN" ASSORTMENT OF FIGURED PACIFIC LAWNS
j ' -Atiocent8peryard, " " -
FIFTEEN HUNDRED YARDS OF, 31 in. DOMESTIC SATINS
i r - f , ' r - " ' . fc ' - , -
; SIX HUNDRED YARDS OF FRENCH SATTEENS, "Very 'cheapn
At 98 cents per yard. ' ' ' ' v " .
s SIXTY-FIVE GINGHAM DRESS PATTERNS, -''".
Each of these contains 11 ydrds. ' n t
ITS ENTIRE STOCK
For the Next 30 Days,- -
IThe "Best : Part
The remainder of our Clothing Stock is in good condition, but sizes are
. . , bro.ken,, therefore this inducement. , ,
? TAKE ADVANTAGE QF IT. '5
- : CHARLOTTE, N. C. 1 J :
; MAIL ORDERS SOIIC3ITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. .
OFFERS TO THR
Wholesale Retail Trade
TW ENT Y r BARBELS
PURE LINSEED OIL,
A Large Stock of
. Colors, Jarnies, Ete; -
ONE . CAR -LOAD
AXL AT CLOSE PEIOES.
1 1 1 'i ' i i iii
JJJUi 1 LUX I
ti . .......
BLACK & COLORED LISLE i'
of i the Season
Get them at;.
BARNETT & MB'
Free ? deliyery. vTeleph'ona
caU 81; : . . , : r , .
LENBURG ICE CO.,
CHOAKLOTTE, It. C,
. , CTTT TBAPX. "
... ... -. . j
TJntfl further notleei on and after Jnesdar. June
1st. our city customers purchasing weekly tickets
will be furnlshbd ice from, the company s delivery
wagon in sucn quaniioes as oesirea, irom o poanas
up, at the onlfrom rate price of 60 etnts per hun
dred pounds. Those holding weekly tickets of a
higher orice ean exchange them at their ODtl.n
with our ticket agents at tne City Dm stores for
me lower pncea ucaeis..- we are now manaracrur
Ing and offering to the trade at low rates, a super
ior quality of pure crystal ice made from Kecklen
burg spring water thoroughly filtered. -.
" ; ; . 8. W. BsATia, Snpt.
.' " ": SHIPPING PRICES. -
Car Load of 10 tons, - - ; - 5 W per to.
From 6 to 10 tons, ; -": 4 - . . 6 00 per ton
From. tot tonav-' - , - 7.00 r toi
600 to 1,000 pounds. ' . i - i I rl-'!r,-i
100 to 600pounas, - - -e-rl
--We are now using the cetebrated t- u r-t,
t trough which all ifie water Is passed bei - e fr--lng,
and the trade may rely upon ail ine r t; -
hired by ns being as pure as It Is pos usew n
tt. Orders solicited and promptly fc.ied. Lt - t
freight and express rates secured for esr ,
ymaj22dtf 'iXlmXLEXSCZ3 ICS COi
ff AAA JIXAKTTOA6TV..Ail f
illUUU once, PR. SCOTT'S EaLbOi 6w.4
fcj SnMkdw Saw York. Ill Ooly iwsuuMr . .
: i pr4oed3m. - . ',-,-'. '. "
- A Safe and always stir. Eeff
T iis(mon(Wv)and In'ea Ivsnps.H l 'tfvn--4
f cents) by msui. I... J IX.. i W tnrt.t.n-m, kj.
ei;.;:;;-'o:' -'.y -, :