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CHARLOTTES N. C.. FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1886.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
CO RSETS & BUSTLES
SAVES & ALEX
For this Wvk Only.1
PEGRIM 1 GO.
First. Natal MJiffii,
South Tryon Street,
- Charlotte, N. a
My entire slock of
At ft big dtsounr. No housekreper should tall to
- take advantage of tbe low prices.. --
TABLE LIN1NS, .
DOILIES, TEA CLOTHS,
TOWELS. SHEETINGS, v -"
- - "- BTJ&3,CABPETS,FLOOB
Come and te the Prices.
T. t Seigle.
D KALE S3 IN
Ladies', Misses'and Children's
BUTTON, (M6RESS 4 UCE SHOES,
t - ' - - . . -
- (tents' Floe Hand-Hade and Machine Sewed
BOOTS, BUTTON AND LACEBALS,
boys' auto Tfoirras
FINE BOOTS AND SHOES OF ALL GRADES
'BiIkrSoftjffld Stiff Hats,
UMBRELLAS OF ALL KINDS,
SHOE BLACKENS AND HBUSnES.
rlima Polish for Ladies' Fine Shoes.-
Stock always kept lull and
up to the demand.
OBDEBS BT MAIL OB EXPRESS
I'iraiii f Co.
Cheapest of the season." Special bargains, in ,
MOHAIR AND LINEN ULSTERS
; ; A few - 3
At a sacrifice. Unusual inducements in , Ladies Extra Fine .Lace.
KEESLEB & W.
SUCCESSOBS TO ALEXANDER a HARRIS.
The 3Brown Cotton Gin Co.,
NEW LONDON, CONN
Manufacturers of the "OtC. Reliable" ,
Brown Cotton Gins, Feeders and Con
densers. -.'. .; ,
All the very latest improvements : Im
proved roll box, patent whipper, two
brash belts, extra strong brush, cast
steel bearings, new Improved Feeder,
enlarged dust proof Condenser. ; '
3 BllAlIlK AU1F1C
iginsfast, runs light, cleans the seed per
fectly and produces first class samples.
51 KEUYEKED FKEE OV HtHCHT
at any accessible point. Send lor iuj
deacrlptloaaai price Uat . . -
IIRKTl A HcDOWELU Clmrlotte, Mi, i,
The 9Iode Proposed to Meet Pen
sion Appropriations not Relish
ed. by the Kepublleans Other
' . .Matters of Interest
Correspondence of Ths Obssbveb. '
WASHIN9T0N, June 25d, 1886. -.
The great figiit which opened yes
terday is likely to go on for several
days. The leaders of the Democrats
have -arrived at - an understanding
since the - incident yesterday, that
the measure shall be pressed through
without further interference except
such as proceeds from the Republi.
cans. : - ' The Democrats think Bragg
was in judicious," v.-although ; most of
them enjoyed the sharp and just ar
raignment of Randall by him. . The
pension and ' tariff questions are re
garded by the Democratic leaders as
quite distinct, and they do not intend
to permit naughty Tom from Maine
to throw them out of column again
if they can help it. . The issue has
been made deliberately and there is
no intention to recede. . The only
check possible on the heavy expen
ditures for pensions is in such a pro
position as the one . introduced yes
terday. The Democrats cannot re
fuse to appropriate money, for . des
serving pensioners. They. may,how-
ever, prescribe the mode or levy,
ing taxes with which to discharge the
obligation. - By the mode' proposed
a just one in itself it -is -estimated
that a sufficient fund for the increase
ed expenditure" ill be raised. The
income tax is seen to be a regulator
of remarkable accuracy. . The Re
publicans, professing to have all the
loyalty in the country and to be the
only friends of the soldiers, are dis
p. -sad to kick, not -only because they
are protectionists and object to any
scheme by. which a principle is intro
ducedjin legiaUtion dangerous to their
theory but for the reason that they
wish to . be thought opposed to all
limitations on just and lawful pen
Mr. Randall's bilj will probably be
introduced next Monday. It will be
giveu to the associated press this af
ternoon or tonight. It is a bill to
lower the duties on some articles -and
raise it on certain others. The allege
ed reductions on the whole list is nine
millions. The measure also abolishes
the internal revenue taxes on fruit
brandies and tobacco. . The tax on
whiskey is left as at. present. Mr.
Randa4r4)OSttwr-4s criticised ' by
some of his friends today. . One of
them said to m; - "
';'"Ido not agree with my friend,
Randall. His course in offering a
-bill after he voted last week that the
subject should not be considered is
inconsistent.? ; . -
2 The low tariff men are jubilant.
-They say that the Randall men are
in a hole and are wiggling to get out.
Undoubtedly Morrison has lost noth
ing since the vote by. which he was
denied even a hearing upon his prop
osition. ' It is with ill grace that Ran
i dall can ask the House to consider
his plan of reform after he has denied
that there was any need for tariff
reform. , " Morrison's . friends will
probly vots. to" consider, and when
the subject comes up amend the
proposition -to suit themselves, or at
least to put it in better shape than
would suit Randall.
In the discussion on Beck's bill
against retainers, Edmunds alluded
by way of illustrating, te necessary
principle of selfishness in legislation
to Vance's yote on rice three years
ago while the tariff bill was under
consideration. , "When be got ths ops
portunity later in he day, Yance res
lied not odly to this point,but to the
I arguments of Edmunds. Yance' bei
gan by refer enpa to - reform, and as
usual quoted fron. scripture. Passing
on to a discussion of the question the
Senator, said : that: .B"e' wai not sur
prised at the immediate vote en the
question and the large majority by
-which the bill' passed, but " he . was
surprised at the motion for consider
ation and at the opposition manifest
ed today to a measure ; which he
(Vance) thought should, have .been
made a law ; twenty-five years ago.
He said there - was a great difference
bet ween coming here ntj ' represent-
inr rfm lAmod'ttianfo anrl irii4-finnp IT
CLEVELAND MINERAL SPRINGS
Are now otenlor the cepton of visitors.
Are 54 miles west of CharIott, 3 miles from Shel
by n! CT and only 1 mile -lrom (rollna Centre!
Railway where anew depot .has been erected and
beautUuliy flulsned tor the benefit ol ... .
. to the Springs.
Plenty of tee secured.f or the swjaoo,
COLD Alf O HOT B.T IIS.
A good string band has been employed lor the
bTtai.le wnibe' fmmlshed with the very best
HawiltMtheSprtDgs-atloi on the ar-
Koi further lnformattoa pogTO,
Juneldtf V Proprietor.
D. A TOMPKINS & CO.,
CORNS 3 COLLEGE AND F0CBTH STS., ;
- - fE, 31. Miller & Son's Building ) .
IJave receljeij ang nay in tocH a full line I H
P 1,1)51 SEllS SUPPLIED
lim GKO. W. OOB. i In charge or mrt
PLUMBINO DEPABTMENT, and wiU eali on any
one wishing work dope, . . -r : r
Honses rented and rents collected. In JSe . -
4lverusea cree oi eoarpj, ' - - '
CHARLOTT28BAL E3TATI AftZNCY, c r
B. B. COCH8ANS. Manager, ;
; w ' TrrH ?rtt front onta) Hotel.
THE BEST STOCK OP GOODS IN
V'THE CITY IN OUR UNEL;
a! E.& W. B. NISBET,
To Printero ; :
. Agood secondhand Plough Paper Cutter, will
twsoid cheap. '
-. Apply to Chas, B. Jones, at
ing one's constituents and putthig in
one's pockets te money .of a corpora
tion which would havg business be
fore tbe legielatiye body of wbch the
person was a member. . He contend
ed against the Senator that this lat
ter was indelicate, and the other J, he
proper.duty of a Representative Eds
muuds made an ingenious and soph
istial speech. YanQe'i Y?as straight--forward,
but none the (leea effective."
In my opinion it was the best of his
efforts here, although he spoke . only
twenty minutes. Present in te gaK
lery were three. Jforth apolitia e3i-'
tors. . , - - '
.Three f the North Carolina .edi
tors remained Messrs. Law, Wall
and Bundy" ' ' -
; The boys had a capital time, so
they all said. , It was an ' unusually
. well behaved .body of men, mostly
young. This, is everybody's testi
mony. - " ' f 1 ' - -
- Ool. Tom Mclhenny,, of Wilming
ton, has v been here several dayg;r
Another visitor is Col. Paul 8. Means.
Mr. Johnston is still confined to his
room by illness. , H. - -
Buy Cheap Bine Flannel Suits
and Eighty Cents Shirts by all
Means. : ,t: :i
'W. L.C lnPuck. " . ' - .
; When summer comes purchase an
eight dollar suit of blue flannel. . This
is economy. . In a month's time if
they begin to reach upward at; the
ends, sew lead at the bottom of the
legs ; or if this will -not answer- the
purpose, 'sprinkle ssgarih the shoes
to call them down.". This is rough
on "high water pants-". If they be
come yellow on the knees, ink them
carefully ; or boil them in black
paint. If they stretch at the waist
band, lap them over in plaits. Then
go around, the block, and people will
imagine you to be one of Barnum's
latest additions to the museum. Save
money and purchase $$ suits. A
real $8 suit can be purchased -of all
the leading clothiersv Never pay as
high as $30 for a suit of clothes..
Eight from thirty leaves twenty twoi"
Twenty two dollars are saved by this
deal. Economy is wealth. , .
. Again let us look in the tangle of
domestic ? economy. 7 A - man will
sometimes walk to save car fare, and
tben purchase a quarter of a dollars
worth of cigarts. : He will also com
plain bitterly of the dull times;" but
watch him enjoy the ballet in the or
chestra seat, j v People - must enjoy
themselves in one way if they have
to economize in another. .
Again, will an eighty-cent - shirt
Stand rubbing on a wash-board? It1
might. But generally they are han
dled with care. ' ''Deal gently : with
the prize package shirt,?' is a rule
sometimes laid down by laundry men
Steam and coax it to become clean"
be adds to the laundress, but do not
wrestle with it." A laundress will not
wrestle with a cheap shirt. '
Again, if a spring : bonnet costs
twenty-seven dollars and a half,
what will a derby hat come to? i One
ninety. Because this same gentle
man who pays for the aforesaid
spring bonnet desires to economize on
bats. - Domestic economy is an intri
And here again Is a beautiful scene
of economy. Closing up the house
during the summer months to allow
the family to en joy themselves in the
country. Are you not paying rent?
Yes, unless, you own tin houst. But
houaesowners are not included in
this argument. I refer to the gentle
man who - pays rent. . Who gets the
benefit of this vacant house during
the summer months? The servant
girl, the policeman and the croton
bugs. What are the family doing in
the country ? Enjoying themselves
and getting tanned. They are get
ting healthy.; Good. But in the
meantime you are paying rent. This
is one of the dubcate questions in
economy. ; . .
Again, a young man writes to ask
me if he can get married oq $10 a.
week. Yes, he can, if the girl's father
is a millionaire. But, unless the girl's
father is a millionaire, I would advise
him to keep single. Can a man keep
house on $10 a week! He can abou
three days, "
Ihe Killed Her Tradueer. -
Dknton, Tex, June 22. Mrs. G:
G. Ljles, wife of a saloon keeper
here, a handsome blonde but twenty
two years of age, created a sensation
by shooting ex-deputy Sheriff W. B.
Roberts, killing him instantly.
About 3 o'clock this afternoon, Mrs.
Lyles deliberately walked up to Ball
& Poe's livery stable on the public
square, where Roberts was chatting
with' the town idlers gathered there,
and put two balls in his neck and one
in his head. Two more shots ' were
fired, but withoqt effect. They were
not needed, as Roberts was already
dying. Mps. Lyles, having got her
1 a it 1
man, eoony lurueu away auu wauuu
Off. !v 3 ;. :'r-
Her demeanor was that of a person
who had decided to do a thing, and
having done it was satisfied, but her
bloody work was not a mad freak,
nor the result of sudden anger. She
had prepared a statement in writing
to the effect, thajt Roberta had lied in
oaating of too much intimacy with
her, and armed with this and a fresh
loaded pistol she sought Roberts -the
first opportunity she had.. She gave
him warning by twice" requesting
him to sign the. instrument .in wri
ting. She was palm, and firm and
remarked that he had better do what
was eafe for him and Sign the paper.
He refused with the result stated. - -
The fact that Roberts hag a young
wife and two children and that Mrs.
Lj'les has two children throws ; more
startling interest around the shoot
ine. Mrs. Lyles refuses to talk ex-
rapt to say tfcat the tradueer of her
good name had 'timely warning to
'A Business Woman. ..; -
", A few years ago Mrs. Rasbel Fran
cisr of Atlanta, Ga. y concluded that
she could make money by going into
the dairy business, and managing to
get a fe dollars together she bought
a cow and began business. . It was
on a smalt scale, but she proepeied,
and after a. time she had bought a
dozen or more cows ' The wor; v?a.s
done by her : she ws up early and
late, and After milking the cows she
would iprepare the milk for market
and deliver it to her customers. In
two years after Mrs. Francis engaged
in tbe dairy business she was known
by nearly every citizen. She was
strictly business, and went wherever
her business called her, no matter
where that was. Mrs., Francis in
vested her money as fat as she made
itj, and fcer -. investments always
proyedf good one.Mrs." Francis died
few day 8 ago leaving an estate val
ued at $40,000, including a -dairy
farm of 75 aeres, well improved, an
stocked near Atla.ntn5
, M In Approved Style. ;
William Stuart, a watchman at
the Shackamaxon Bank prior to the
failure, gave damaging testimony
Monaay at tne neanng Deiore tiiam
iner xiarry. tie naa oeen canea on
behalf of the defense to testify that
he had never, seen Tellar Milligan
taxe money irom the bank's drawer.
To this he bore witness, but he told
considerably more. : -r? He stated that
on the night preceding the failure of
the oank the . directors met in the
bank building. -- Stuart was there,'
too, and was ordered by one of the
directors to go to his own garden be-,
hind the bank. - : Here he received
from the directors two bags, appar
ently containing coya, ; which were
nanded him through a back window.
That same night, when it was dark
enough Xo.conceal their movements,
a party of directors called upon him
and took away the money; y Stuart
meant to unburden himself of a load.
and he continued: saw Ross Mill
iard;; then a clerk in the bank, sever-
al times take money irom the teller's
drawer and hastily put it in bis pock
et. I told this to Huggard four times,
and to Milligan three times When
1 told Muligan about it he said he
would watch, and -added TlJ
catch him.' . ' But - Millard went on
pocketing-' the cash without hin
drance, i .After 'the bank had closed
its doors Millard , and -Milligan were
at the bank-alone several nights as
late as 11 o'clock. Once I was pres
ent and: Millard asked me - to pry
open with a chisel : the door of the
check drawer. I did so and, they
took out the Conklin checks, which
Milligan tore into small pieces, re
marking that 'I'll be hanged if these
checks will get me into trouble.' I
gathered up. the pices next morning,
aud, contrary to my usual custom, I
burnt them, for Milligan said I might
burn them if I liked. ' The "paper
gathered from the floor." he explain
ed in answer to a question - by "Mr.
White, "was usually sold, but this
was burned." 1
Hilling Dogs by Electricity.
Xlectrtc World. j - - ' j - ' ; '
The Kimberly, South African. Bo
rough Council, on the recommenda
tion of its electrician, Mr. K. L. Cou-
sens, recently resolvea that in future
all dogs that were captured without
license ticket, and no owner appear
ing to eiaim them, should be des
patched by means of electricity, as
the method of poisoning used:- previ
ously was by no means effective, " the
brutes frequently lingering from
half an hour to two hours before
death ended their misery. The dogs
are put into boxes, which can be
opened at each end, at the bottom of
which are nxed on insulators two
copper plates, separated from ' one
another by about three inches, so
that the fore feet of tbe dog may rest
on one plate and the hind feet on the
other. To the copper plates are
fastened two wires which lead'to two
switches banging on the wall. One
of the Brush machines, which lights
twenty-three of the lamps during the
evening, is connected with - the
switches. The copper plates in the
box are moistened with Bait and
water, in order to secure better con
tact between the paws of the dog and
tbe plates; the dog is put into the
box, tbe ends being closed, then when
the fore paws are on the one plate
and the hind ones on the other, the
switches are closed, and the machine
is short 'circuited. The moment . the
short cireuit is taken off the current
goes through the body of the animal,
and it is instantaneously killed. The
only time taken up is in the act of
putting the dogs into the ' boxes and
taking them out again. On one 00.
casion tweuty three dogs -were killed
in less than the same Dumber of minutes.
- Capt. Ardrey for Sheriff.
To the Idltor of Tjse Observer: - ,
f As the time is approaching when
candidates for the various county ofs
rices must be selected by the people.
we wish to present the name of one
of Mecklenburg county V most esti
mable citizens for the office of Sheriff.
The gentleman to whom we tefer is
Capt, W, E. Ardrey. Capt. Ardrey is
too well known to the people 01 this
county to reqiiire any words of com-
mendation from us.-:-. tie has served
Tifif well and faithfully in the past, and
nig record as a true and tried Demo
crat is spotless and without reproach.
He is a hightohed and honorable gen
tleman, a man .- of fine ability and
sound judgment, a patriotic citizen.
cultivated in mind and courteous in
manner, and no better man could
be selected. His ripe judgment and
large experience of public affairs pe
culiarly fit him for this, the first ofs
fice in the county.
Pineville, June 23d, 1886.
Iynched for,' Killing; an Officer.
- Detroit, Minn., June 24. William
Kelaker alias ' Reddy. who killed
officer Coxveyi yesterday while re
sisting arrest, was. taken: from jail
asc nignt oy a large crowa . 01 dis
guised men, escorted to a neighbor
ing grove, hung to the limb of a tree
and his body riddled with bullets.
Sheriff Pinneyi attempted to defend
ois prisoner, dus was overpowerea.
Kelaker was 'a gambler, and was
known in Minneoplis, where he lived
for some time, as a hard character.
. lyortj Tears' lperieaee or a Old sarse.
Mrs., WInalow's Soothbur SyruD." for children
teething, is the prescription of one of the best fe
male pnysicians nna nurses in ine unuea slaws,
and has baen used tor forty years witb never fall-
tnc soooess by millions of mothers for their ebtl
dnm. It relieves the ehlld from pain, cores dysen
tery and diarrhoaa, griping In toe bowels and wind
eolle. By kIvuik bealth to the ehlld It rests tbe'
mother. We would say toevery mother wno has
a ehlld goffering from any of the foregoing com
plaints: Do not let your prejudice, nor the pre
judices of others, stand between your suffering
child and the relief that will be sure yes, Abso
lutely sure to follow the use of this medicine.
Sold by druggists throughout the world. Price 25
otnts f bottle. ; . -
assjBv nr'sftBjbajsjhft ss sflsS anuffsnna snssnl aWflnnn.
This powder toever varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholesomeness More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold . in
competition with the multitude of low teat, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
neans. wnoiesate Dy -
5 SFBTNG3 ft BDBWKLL, -
Jan20dftwly 4 Charlotte, N. C
SPECIAL JN OTICE.
rr A desirable building lot, fronting 99 feet ,
DO on Trade street, and running tarougn to
vrfh otKwit. nntwmn the OTOoerty of CoL H. C
Jones an t Dr. O'Donoghue, known as the Dr 3,
M. Miller place. Price 13,600. -
u. ' , . r-3t.T tram a m i n Wf v
': BOVCtf .
Positive' Cure for Piles.
' To the people of this county we would say we
have been given tbe agency of Dr. Marehlsl's Italian
Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to core or
money refunded internal, external, blind, bleed
ing or Itching plies. " Price 60c a box. No ears, no
pay,: - .- . ...,...--;--
For sale by 1. B.JWriston, drnggist, Charlotte
H.C. - 4ulfl7eoOiy.
T Saasbury lierald: Whenever a
stranger passes Icard Siatkn . he is
aflfcnniahed at the Quantity of shin
gles piled up alopg the railroad.
Thousand nay mUlions of them are
?nstructea into regular DreasworitB.
he agent there V informed ' us that
Mr. Horace Connelly: shipped .one
week this month 20 carloads of ftO,
000 shingles eachy jnaking a ? total of
l,O0P,OJJQ for tnat weeK- every
thing along the Western road looks
well and in ship- shape. ; More freight
passes: over this road at present than
at any previous time. - At eyery de
pot one sees Car '' being loaded 1 and
unloaded, and where daily freighl
trains consisted of a few cars not
many .years jago, a aozen - uauv
freight trains how transport asmuca
freight as ne engine can pun.
Hon. d! D. Haynie of Salem, Ills, says be uses
Dr. Bosanko's Cough aud Lung Syrup In his fami
ly with the most satisfactory result , In all eaes
of Coughs, Colds srn Croup, and recommends it in
. particular ror me ihpq ones, otuuyis uuiuo
The Bexinniac; of a If ew Southern
; .-' -'Industry. :
, The Age of Steel, St. Louis, of the !
12th inst., say 8: . "An America o jute
and fibre company has been organiz
ed in Iew York city, and has rented
some 30,000 acres in Madison county,
Alabama, for the purpose of raising
ramie and jute. The superintendent
has already sowed four i pounds of
ramie seed, and has now on hand
more than 1,000.000 live ramie plants.
On the 20th of June he will begin to
transplant 20,000 ramie roots a day,
and will continue the operation till
November. Several pounds of jute I
seed will also be planted, it is tne
intention of the company ta establish
a ramie factory in the neighborhood.
These facts are greatly encouraging..
At last an experiment is to be tried
on a scale large enouge definitely, to
settle the Question whether lute and
ramie can oe profitably grewh in the
United States. If these new indus
tries are 8uccessfulr they will annual
ly increase the textile resources and
productive values of , the South - by
scores of millions." - v, . ;.. . ; - v
J 7Vj-- A Tobacco Decision. "
New Orleans Times Democrat. " - "
Within the past few days a suit of
much importap.ee was decided before
the Hon. 'judge (ardeet of the United
States Circuit Court, wherein the
court refused to grant the injunction
against Wackerbarth & J oseph, j of
JNew urieans, as aemanaea oy a cos
baoco manufacturing .firm in Balti
more, Md.; The object of the intends
ed injunction was to restrain W'aok
erbarth & Joseph from, any further
manufacture of sale, by : them, or by
any of their customers, of the "Union
NayyR brand of smoking and chew
ing tobacco, which Wackerbarth $s
Joseph have been manufacturing,'
The judge begins his decision by says
ine: " "There is no one characteristic
or" wor ootamon to the packages of
tobacco of complainants and defend
ants that either one 'can have he ex
elusive right' to;" and, after his res
view of the entire case, be concludes
by say ing "t am compelled to re
fuse the injunction prayed for.", ;
ARASOLS LEFT Y
At SI 20
They; are going
LOT 11 .
At 1.90 . At $3.20:
OUR H0SIEHY; GODpERi
Is filled with Wonderful Bargains.
REGULAR MADE BALBRIGGAN HOSE
SOLID COLORED "
LADIES BLACK & COLORED LISLE u
NEW LINE OF RUCHING8.
At 8 cents per yard,
AN ASSORTMENT Off FIGURED PACIFIC LAWNS
- - At 10 cents per yard. "
FIFTEEN HUNDRED YARDS OF 81 in. DOMESTIC SATINS -
- ,At2S cents per yard. - '
SIX HUNDRED YARDS OF FRENCH SATTEENS, "very cheap"
i : At 98 cents per yard. -
SIXTY-FIVE : GINGHAM DRESS PATTERNS,
Each of these contains 11 yards. .
ITS ENTIRE STOCK
For the Next 30 Dayv,
The Jest Parti of the Season
The remainder of our Clothing Stock is in good condition, but sizes are
DroKen, tnereiore tms mducement.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ' IT.
WIT mOWSKY 6
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
;To the VICTOR the LAUREll"
r , Pre-eminent iin every higher quality, the
. HANAN SHOE has become the recognized standaid
isff fine wear vnong discriminating gentlemen. .
! For sale by A. K. BiNKIN ft BRO
f ... .. Charlotte, N. C.
PI BE LARD, "STAR Is RAND
. ' Is f or sale by tne following
! , LEADING GROCERS: "
C, Hilkbii, ' f - Hatks Todd, .. . .
-3. lt. Davis, f. B. Duhsam ,
L, A. MlSSNHBJMER, - H. C. iBWUT,
B. B. ALKXAMUKB & CO..W. J. FHIDAT, ,
JOHH CALUBR. C. 8O0TT,
K.iD. McGinkb, 8. M. Howell.
L.J.WalkkbJ: Co., vCulb& Scebokdkh, ,
WITHEKS dS KD8SKLL . "
ti Bvery package bears oar Bed Trade Mark, and
ft guaranteed absolutely pure. ,
fc 5 : 4 CAS3ABD & 80N.
:f;'j;:-.;, .;,.y .f'jjA .- Baltimore, Mfl,'
OFFERS TO THE
Wholesale Retail We
Boneless Breakfast Bacon, l
T ON G U E S
PP. lW!ffl:IITBl jy BNT Yf BARRELS
( BEST QUALITY.
Independent Bishopric Iq' he Ea-taUlshet-
. Baixjnq, June 84. After a five
years dead lock 'between Prussia and
England over their respective .rights
to the appointment of the Protestant
bishop of Jerusalem, Prussia has de
cided to dissolve th compact ef 1841,
under whh the, two countries agreed
to .alternate - appointment, and . to
found an independent Prussian bish
opric at the Holy City. ;It is thought
that Dr. Reitter, German missionary,
will hft thfl first annointee under -tne I tm Charlotte at
nawnrilw ' .. ' ' . , ; i - 'I Arrtw at Shelby at
' j h,: '
8cott' Emallon if Pre Cod -a
LlTer Oil, wltli HypopnospMI tea.
In Fnlmocary Aflectloos and Scrotulcws Diseases.
: Dr. Ira M. AtAsa, New lork, aaysi "I nave pre.
scribed Soott's Smalslon and used it It my family
and am greatly pleased with It. Haw found l
yery serviceable in Scrofulous diseases and Pulmo
!' ". OPENjTO THE PUBLIC. -
NHB NEW HOTEL AT WASH SPBIN&S, N.
-1 n . will be onen for the reeeotlon of sueats on
June 80th. For particulars as to terms, bath, dee,
address i BP. CHaTFIELD,
j. f " Warm Springs, N C -i
7 Also of Highland Park Hotel, Aiken, 8. C,
nAROUIVl CENTRAL RAII
i' . ... Oincx of SupauiHTWDnrr, I
WHJtmeTQK, N. C Jan. a, 1886. J
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ;
OR AND AFTKB SEPT 27, 1886, THS FOLLOW
ing schedule will be operated ea this BaH-
iwd . -, '
PASSENSKBMaIL and express TRAINS. '
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Leave WllmlDKton at. ........ ....7.00p.m.
No, 1, (Leave Baleigh at TSo p. a.
Arrive aiunariutus at,............. r.au a.
Leave Charlotte at. ............ ..8.16 p.m.
No. 3. Arrive at Raleigh at,. ...... .....9.00 A. h.
. . j Arrive ai wummsHW i...... ....D-a) a.m.
LOCAL FBEJ6HT Passenger Car Attached.
Leave Charlotte at.... .... .... ........... 7.40 a, a.
Arrlm TjuiTinhOrff &t ..... ...... D.16F.M.
Leave Lauiinburg at.... ................. 6.15 a. a..
Arrive Charlotte at . ... .... .... 4.40 P.
Leave WllmlDKton at,... ...,,........ 6.46 A.M.
Arrive at Laoriuburg at-. 6. 00 p. x.
Leave Lairlnburg &t.. ....... -- 6 90 a. m.
Arrive at Wilmington at. ... ..... .... .... . 6.40 p. m.
Local Erelahi between" Charlotte '.and" Laurtn- i
bnra Tn weekly leaving Charlotte n flloaaayg,
Wedaesdays and Fridays. Leave lAurtnburg on
1 nesdays, Thundays and Saturdays.
SHELBY MVISKW, PASSENGEB, MAIL.' XX- !
. ; - PBGSS AND FBEI&HT. 4 .
3 : v . (Dally except Sunday.) - . :r
Leave Shelby at 1.40 P. M
Arrive at Charlotte at..... ............... 6.40 p. m
Trains Nob. 1 and 9 make close connection at'
Hamlet with B. A A. Trains to and from Baleigh.
Through Sleeping Cars between Wilmington and
nhitriotte and Balelzh and Charlotte.
Tak Train No. 1 for-Statesvllle, stations o&
"Western n. u. it. it, Asnevuie ana pouis west.
Also, for- Spartanburg, fireenvllle, -Athens, At
lanta and all points soutnwesi.
Get them atj
PURE UNSEED OH,
A Large Stock of
Colors, Varaishes, Etc.
ONE CAR LOAD
BARNETI k ALEXANDER.
Free delivery. Telephone
call 81. - " r
n trains stop at insula rtatloua mly
Jn.ilnnnt'Ail m ttiAk fntaTMinVS TttTlA
r. W. CLABK,Gea
L. C. JONES. -
' - Superintendent. -Passenger
ALL AT CLOSE PEIGES.
CHAItLOTTE, Jf. C, - :.
,y-.):,!..j '- CITY TBADK.
TJntH further noMM.nn and nftar Jnmufnv. .Tnna
1st. our city customers purchasing weekly tickets
wiu ue iHriiuuira toe lrum vae company s delivery
wagon In such quantities as desired, from 6 pounds
up, at the unlfrom rate price of 60 etnts per hun
ureu iuuub. - x uuw iiuioing weeaiy iicaecs oi a
higher price ean exchange them at their option
with our ticket agenU at the City Drug Stows for
the lower priced tickets. We are now manufactur
ing and offering to tbe trade at low rates, a suher-
Kr quality oi pure crystal ice made from Mecklen
burg spring water thoroughly filtered.
. . w. DAVIS, Bupt.
Car Load of 10 tons,
rom o w m ions,
From 1 to 6 tons, -600
to IM0 pounds.
100 to 600 pounds,
$6 60 per torn i
... 6.00 per ten
- 7.00 per ton
COe per ISO lbs
We are now using -thB ee'ebnitml nvatt. vnr. :
through which all ihe water Is passed before frees- '
turedby us being as pure as it Is possible to make
It- Orders solicited and BremDtfr ft Hod. . tm
freight and express rates secured far ear aos ta
mers. - . . ,. ...
mayzadtf : ; - r ; : MECKLENBTJEQ ICS COi
- Blra. Joe Person's Qemedy
la stfll the beet Blood Punfler on the market .
JNO..H. MgADEN, Wholesale Druggist
O I U U U jnoe DR. SCOTT'S KJJXJTRW
SU Broadwy.liew York. Xhe Only 7"