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CHARLOTTE, N. C SATURDAY, JUNE 26,1886.
PRICE FjVE CENTS,
CORSETS. & BUSTLES
For, this Wcfk Only.
First "Mioial Bant BnMim-,
Charlotte, N. C
y entire stock ot
At ablg discount. No housek-eper should fall to
' take advantage of the low prices. ; .r
T4BLJ LlNiJiH, ,
DOIJ4ES, TKa CLOTHS, .,-
TOWELS 8HS&TIH68. V
TAPB3TBT CUBTAIK8. .
CRETONNES, BVP3, ' '
) BUGS,C1BFBTS, fXOOB
; - ..ftTABLBOILCLOTHS.
' Cowe asd Get tke Prieei.
South Trjon 8treet, -
. I s dialers in -
Ladies', Mlssesand Children's
" . - UNI
BUTTON, MESS & LICE SHilES,
Uents" Fine Hud-Made and Machine Sewed
BOOTS, BUTTON AND LACE BAL8,
BOir AND OUTS
XTKB BOOTS AND SHOES OF ALL. GRADES
; GENTS' FINE ..
Silk, Soft and'Stiff Hats,
: . V VALISES and
- - GRIPSACKS,
.UMBRELLAS OF ALL KINDS,
. SHOE BLACKING AND HRUSHE3. .
Alma Polish for .Ladies' Fice Hioes.
Stock always kept lull and
up to the demand.
OBBEBf Bf MAIL O? , SfcERBSSjiBOMPTLT
. ATTENDED TO.
Pf att Co,
: WASHINGTON POINTS.
LOSG RAKGE PRESIDENTIAL
DBIVE THE TRAITORS OUT.
Randall's Tariff TactlcaP roba
1 bte Adjournment by July 13th
- Personal Mention, &e. tfce.
Correspondence of The Obskktjb. ,
Walhinoton, June 24.'It is yet a
long while before the Democratic
convention to nominate candidates
for the Presidency and Vice Presi -dency
will assemble. The friends of
various gentlemen are, however,
feeling the public pulse and several
booms have been started. New York
presents the present incumbent and
her Governor, HilL Kentucky r is
ready - to support Speaker Carlisle.
These three are most talked of. The
nomination will hardly goto a South
era man, even so consisted a Union
man as John G. Carlisle. It is prob
able that the increasing popularity
of the President will secure his res
nomination. .The effeot of the Ken
tucky movement for Carlisle, wheth
er so intended or gjot, will - probably
be to place that illustrious Southern
man on the ticket in 1888 as Vice
I have heard expressed 'much sur
prise at Mr Randall's new programme
on the tariff question. It is said that
there is nothing for him to gain and
almost certainly something for him
A Scathing? Criticism of Ihe Vn
" faithful Democracy.
Chlcaeo Herald. .
The national platform of the' Dem
ocratic party m 1884t the year that
this Congress was elected, contained.
among many other things ' to ' the
same effect, the following:
"We denounce the Republican par
ty for having failed to relieve the
people from crushing war' taxes,
which have paralyzed business, crip
pled industry and deprived lafor of
employment and of just reward.
We therefore denounce the abuses of
the existing tariff, and we demand
that Federal taxation shall be exclu
sively for public purposes, and shall
not exceed the needs .of the govern
ment economically administered.
- The Congress elected on this " plat
form has 333 members, : 183 being
Democrats,: 140 , Republicans, and 2
Greenbackers, giving the Democrats
a majority over all of 41. - Yesterday
on the presentation of Mr.- Morris
sen's bill reducing war taxation, ens
Iarging the free list, correcting a few
of the abuses of the tariff and provi-
ding relief for several tariff proatras
ted industries as well as for the en
tire people whose earnings have long
been taken from them by unwarrant
ed and unequal taxation, this:; Con
gress refused by a vote of 157 against
140 to consider the measure at all.
It matters little how many Repub
licans voted for consideration or how
many against consideration. The
bald fact is that a Democratic Con
gress, in open and shameless viola
tion of a pledge, in sneaking disre
gard of the traditions of the party to
which the majority of its members
profess allegiance, and. in flagrant
to lose. If he shall propose a bill
next MoDday.or at any other time.ha J treachery of the people who'commis
would have to rely tor support either I atoned it to perform a 'self imposed
' - Cheapest of the season. Special bargains in
yiQHAlR AND LINEN UlSTERS
At a sacrifice; - Unusual inducements - in Ladies Extra. Fine Lace.
L RBESlIiEEi & C,
QTJCCESSOBS TO ALEXANDEB ft HARRIS.
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NOW LONDON, CONN,
" Mwitactfirerg of the "0?4 BeHaWe'
3rown Cotton Gins, yeeOcrs w4 Cos
densera. "'" . - . - ' "
' AU the very latest ImproTetnemta i or
proved roU box, patent wblpper, two
- brash belts, extra strong brash, cast
teeL bearings, new Improved Feeder,
enlarged dust proof Condenser. ,
V Strong, simple ineonstruction, durable
ns fast, runs light, cleans the seed pes-
f.tw .nd nroduces first class samples.
I DELIVERED FKKK OV FKEISHT
amy ceenil yofat. Sead wf tii
McDOWEUU Charlotte, W. C, AMt.
upon the main body of the Demo
corats, or the Republicans. A bill
.which could commend the votes of
Democrars and pass the House would
probably be such a measure as would
give satisfaction to the protection
Democrats. A bill which would owe
its passage to Republicons would only
benefit the -Republican party. It
would every where show more plain
ly than anything has ever done the
fact that Mr. Randall depends upon
the other party entirely for success .
Could he afford to confess this f -"
Sonfe time ago I . wrote - that there
had been reports here that Gen.
Vance would be a candidate for the
nomfnation to the Fiftieth Congrettj.
Gentlemen here this, week from the
Distfict discredit these rumors. One
man said be thought there would be
no opposition to Mr. Johnston's re.-nomination.
The opinion Is more general than
heretofore that Congress will adjourn
by the 15th of July. It is hardly
probable that the caucus tonight will
be able to do more than the chair
men of the - committees have been
able to do in the " matter - of expedi -ting
the business of the session. On
ly two appropriation bils beside, the
one under consideration remain to
be passed in the House; '-'But there
are knotty points to be settled be
tween the houses on some Of the bills
heretofore passed with' amendments
in the Senate.. - -
Besides graduating medals, the two
Wilmington young ladies mentioned
below received the following honbrs
yesterday evening at the commence
ment of Che Georgetown 4cademy of
the Visitation : Miss May Wright, a
gold medal for chatechism and Chris
tian doctrine, and first preminm on
painting in water colors, Latin, liter
ature and rhetoric, history, geology,
observance of the rules, and French
conversation. Miss Stella . Devine,
first premium for water dolor-,pajnt-
ing Latin, renca. music, French
conversation, observance of the rules,
mathematics, housekeeping and chatechism.
CaptJohn Fpeyine nd, l$rs.
Devine cam,e on to, see their daugh
ter graduated. They will return
with her. Friday, Miss Wright will
remain with friends in the ciy until
Messrs. Button and"J)outhitt, of
Salem-Winston, and g H. Wiley, of
Salisbury, are here-'
Mr. Johnston was in bis seat today,
but was not very well, and ' left ; be
fore the close of the session.
Dr. Dabney and Mr. S. W,. ..-.Wilson
are in attendance here on the Na
tional Shipping League. -, -.-.-.--
duty, has repudiated its promise and
refused the relief which every mem
ber of that body, Republican as well
as Demoorat, knows would be bene
ficial to the mass of American citU.
sens..' By that record the Democrat
ic party must stand, unless it takes
early and prompt measures to purge
itself of -the lscariots who thn&rt its
A party which is two thirds right
and one third wrong is not to be
trusted. To place it in power is to
make sure that no reform can be
carried out. The vicious third is the
controlling element, ready at all
times to strike hands, as in this case,
with the friends of monopoly, the
log-rolling agents of pampered class
es and. the dangerous demagogues
who delude and mislead the lgao
ra.nt. - . -
If the signs of the times are not
wholly misjudged, the vote of yes
terday on tariff reform and tax re
duction will hi a landmark from
which wilproceed a political read-'
just men t in this country Buoh as the
Republic has not seen since 1860.
- CAPITAL .AMD LABOR. -
"Pray, Gus!, dear, 'she euaxlng said,
"The different: tell nie -
'Twtxt ca. lttU and labor, se :.
That 1 may cleurlj see." .
He drew ber on n, manly KQ
CIEVEUSD MINERAL SPMSGS
Are iow or en lor the reception of ylfrttof
' ' ," " V'"' " '' V:' '
" TtlESS' SPCIRGS, :;
1 miles IroB Shelr
Are U mflM west of Cb&riott",
by.NTcramlonlf lmae fwto "":"r'a
aere a new depM nag wspa otvpjifc-SMW
Visilore to the
D. 1 TOMPKINS S CO.
.OORNEa COLLKaf AjprOTg 8T8., v
- b! M. MlUer Son' Building.)
- . - . IU M . ... o ... " - " ..
'f'- . : rf-i 'j
ave received and have sock a full Bne pi : :
s wti OHO. ' W." MOORE, 1 In charge, of our
PiTnwBfNtf D8EAR rMENT. and wiu can on any
one wishing work done. . -
Rentr ot lea secured for the season.
.AJifr HOT B4TU,
A tood itrlag band ha been employed w tt
TT table win be furnished with the, wrj best
the market affords. - - .w. mr.
Hacks will be at the Bprtngsrstatoa eo Abe x-
Tim of every train.
. x nutnet iniprmauou ""u,
A W4eond nantf" lW W Cu.ief..nl
ipplytoChas,6.;o?w,et' r '''S
- Houses rented aad tents collected, in the
idvertised free of charge. r , ,
? CHARLOTTE REAL ESTATE A&EHCTi :
i R. E. CQCHRAHEMansjjgr,
, "Now this capicai, inj oert" .
The lover f one If sal.4.
The maiden pouted as he spoke
Add crossly cried, "I see.
' 'TIs capttnl until we're wed, -abc
theo 'twill labor be.-' y
It is easy enough to be agreeable in
society. All you have to do is to
listen while the other man talks. If
the other man is a woman, you've
got to listen anyway.
They were sailing a tfce little boat
togetner antf she said: "Are we
running before the wind now,
George!" ''Nor my darling," said
he'our boat is hugging the shore."
Ahl" sbe exolaimed, ''what a beau
tiful example you have here."
Miss Mary Sanders Johnson, of
Washington, who is singing in Lon
don, has adopted the stage . name of
"Mile. Marie - pcca,1 apparently
obliYjous of the patent fact that the
operatio stage is already uncomtort
ably crowded with members of ..the
Decayjamily. . '. ,
w'TJm T'm nfrflir? ntm fiahlnc PTfilirs
i'on thi'd enmmer will have to bepost- I 4 ber,
ponea. ".wny so ' . -Accoraing w
the newspapers the Canadians refuse
to sell Americans, any "bait." "Sp
urn but hold i I have it 1 Has, any
one yet tried the drug store I'
A little fellow, Jjving in town v be
tween $ and 4 years of age, was asked
what bis kitty aid m & Hgot oecween
her and a dog. ."Well," said he,
"he humoed un her hack as high as
she oould she made her tail as big as
she oould, and then she blew her nose
Mexico Wnite Douse.
Afecent letter from Mexico
pped. , investigation
eighteen pound l&aded
bodied in the log. In
A Relic of tbe Wp. - .
A.n uelv war relic was unexpected'
ly developed in a saw-mill of the Pa
ducah Lumber Company, at Padu-
cah, Ky., a few days ago.' lncuttin
a hnere cvnress locr. which Mfas'cuile'
froma rate oi umuer jusi uuunue ml
theTennesseeiver, the saw grated
on some substance which threatened
to demolish it before the machienery
could be sto
f6und - an
which tbe sharp teeth' of the saw had
traced a cut a third of an inca deep.
Nothing outside of the log indicated
where the shell had entered, probably
tWenty-QY mn 8- . H'i1
tnninin? ardooth and undisturbed.
The lettering and figuring on the
leaden" plug to . the shell, through
which the fuse passed, are stll as"
plain as ever, and show that the fue
was clipped to burst the bumh t ,900
yardg. -It ia probable that th
toric battlefield of Shiloh furnished
the projectile, as the trees throughout
the nttsDurg- juanaing sou guuou
fields were .- badly cup ana proken,
scribes the Mexican White - House,
tho Castle of Chepultepec. w The
woodwork ana. upholstering of the
east wing alone - cost $200,000. The
palace is a marvel f coloring and
skillful decoration, xne yesooing
and painting was executed by Caaa
rin, a 5 disciple of Missonier. The
roe is1 a beautiful garden of flowers
and fountains. The gates of oak and
walnut giving access to the palace
are curiously carvea ana ornanqencea
in bronze. . Ths waodwork in the
President room m bony and
gold, and the ceiling is an exquisite
freeoo. The bed is of ebonized cher
ry, with gold and metal marqueterie.
and domed with - a canopy. - The
bathroom is a grottq, with a floor of
marble mosa'oa and walls of French
tiles. The floor o the cardroom is a
oarauet ol rare woods, and the Walls
ooraova leather, with gold and satin
panels and red Genoa velvet borders.
The parlor is like a, airy creation.
The wopd work & In satin panels.
maple borders and gold nowers, and
the walls are covered with satin dim
ask, .relieved by blue and gold Au
bossan borders, : Qnly the first fioor
is completed. ' ' ,
The If care Ittusie School Con
certs, - -.
To the Editor of Ths Observxb. - -
The writer had the good fortune to
be present at the concert given by
tnis scnooi, June zz, ana tne roJiow
ing night the operetta, "The Sleep'
ing .Beauty." me programme was
varied and ricb, and rendered in a
style that evinced most careful train
ing, -; under tbe direction of master
musicians.- The - orchestral' playing
places tnis scnooi in rank- aoove aav
in the South, some of . it .done by
children too small to reach the ped
dles,, and in a style . worthy an artist.
The- opening piece by Aetnes Neave
and Sam Wiley on piano, Prof. Neave
with trombone Mr. Edward Neave
with cornet, and Miss Hattie Craws
ford with chimes was grand Miss
Annie Bingham and Bessie Brown
played perfectly a lovely duet. - Miss
Rachel Wallace's solo was rendered
in a magnificent style. Miss Agnes
Neave played accompaniment to her
father's cornet so beautifull v that she
brought down the house. There are
many others deserving special men
tion if space would permit. : , . (
xne. vocal music was mealy: en
joyable. . . Four choruses were finely
rendered by the vocal class. A quar;
tette by Misses Pattie TutUe, Mamie
Gaskill,. Nettie Marsh and Maggie
McNeely. (none of them apparently
over 13 years of age) was applauded
lustily. The vocal solos were ad
mirable. "Peacefully Slumber," &.
cradle song, was sung by Miss Jose
phine Baker in a touching style that
roused the tenderest emotions. . Miss
Baker has a good contralto voice, and
knows how to manage it successfully.
Miss Nannie Keen sang, "I Think
Only of Tbee," by Abt. She has a
fine soprano voice of extended com
pass, volume and pathpSjTeacbing
extremely high notes . with" perfect
ease, and holding them without a
quiver, winning for herself a storm of
applause and admiration. It was a
concert worthy anv audience, and
Salisbury is to be "congratulated on
having this eminent school in- their
midst. The children's ooeretta. "The
Secret," at the close of the concert,
was without a flaw. -'.-"
Wednesday night we followed the
large crowd to the opera house to
witness the operetta, "Sleeping
Beauty," based upon the beautiful
German legend so familiar to many
of us. The cast was well chosen, and
each character admirably sustained.
Miss Mary Woolen was the efficient
accompanist. To mention anyone
alone would be an injustice to the
whole. The curtain rose upon Miss
Nonie Crawford, (a sprite), who told
the story in a beautiful song. It was
a beautiful picture. The Prince (Miss
Josephine Baker) was Btately . and in
her rich dress of velvet nJ. ermine,
was a veritable Prince, and sustained
her part in.a manner right worthy
to bear the title throughout all time,
"Live the Prince," while the . fair
little Princess, Carrie Young, added
beautyTind winning ways, to the al
ready beautif uljscene. Her two com
panions, Gertrude and Giselor, "(Mag
gie McNeeley and Mamie Smith)
rendered their parts in a life like
manner, while Elfrida (Mamie Craw
ford) gave much interest to the play,
by the tender pathos and earnestness
she threw in her pleadings. - The two
oldish court ladies were highly amus
ing, and right royally did they merit
the applause given them. So well
did they sustain their characters, we
almost forgot they were young, beau
tiful girls, instead of powder and
paint bedizzened aget as represented.
Spmdehne, the wjtch, by - Annie
Gowan, was a difficult character but
was printed in a splendid manner,
and was a credit to Mir3 Gowan's
dramatic power Last, but by no
means leagt, were the two country
girls, Barbara . and Margery, (Misses
Nannie Keen and Bessie Alexander.)
In the whole play there were no two
prettier characters, none more fit
tingly cnosen. .Barbara, brave, self
reliant, was perfection to Margery,
who aped her sister in everything in
a "naive,1"1 piquant style that capti
vated, all hearts. Miss Alexander's
conception of the character was good,
and her rendering of it charming.
And what shall I say of Barbara?
bonnie, brave Barbara. She seemed
to lose herself in the character, and:
ts no, exageration - to say it was a
section, of real life, one surpa3s-
Uountry girls may come.
country girls may go, but she will
live in our hearts oreyer.n Qod bless
xne, closing scene was one - ot ex
quisite beauty, the entire oast were
onv grouped jn pretty picturesque
attitudes, xne Handsome rince ana
sweet Princess, surrounded by her
two companions and dignified Court
Ladies, graceful Elfrida with her
lovely trains, and to one side, with
drawn from the bright group, were
Barbara and Macgery; looking on the
happy scene with longing eyes, mak
ing a bright spot , in the beautiful
picture. ; Bright but timid, Margery
still clinging to the brave, triumnh;
ant, beautiful, Barbara. Over the
whole scene was shed $ soft red light.
that enhanced, tne. beauty of this
etherea goene, and we, venture to
say, no artist brush ever put upon
canvas, a more charming bevy of
girls than that stage held Wednesday
night, r Beautifl, entrancing picture.
Forgive me for trespassing so long
op your v-aluable spaoe, but as one of
the Court Ladies, in her inimitable
sarcasm, -remarked: "That which
praise deserves, will praise compel?
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Salisbury, N. Q., June 24. -
I ... TROYALrSCKlt 1
This oowder never mulm. . A mmi nf nnriti.
Btreneth and WhnlnMimnnMU Mim annnntnliwl
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
corapeuuoa wiia tne multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Soul only
n sans.- wnoiesaie by
. - I ' SPRINGS A BTJRWELL,
lanaOcUfcwlr f Charlotte, N. C.
f '-- j
To the VICTOR the1 - LAUREL
Fre-emtnit In every higher quality, the
HANAN SHOE has became the recognized standard
for fine wear among discriminating gentlemen.
For sale bj j , A. z. RANKIN A BRO
: k ; . - ; Charlotte, N. C.
riJHELARn, "STAR BftAND"
Is for sale bj the following
v LEADING GROCERS : ' '
Hilkkk. v Havkb ft Tnmn. . .- .
J. L. Davis, .? - r. R. Durham. .. .
L. A. MlSENHETMEB, H C. iRWLN,
R. B. ALKXANBKR k Co..W. J. VrI1AT.
JOBH CAUJBK. , C SOCWT.
K. O. McHtInnis', B. M. UowKli.
L J. Walk kr t Co.. Lnuft Sotrukdkr.
WlTHEKS it RUSSKLL j-
Everv Dackase txtars oar Rd Tnuin Mark, una
it guaranteed absolutely pure, f
J- G.CAS3ARD & SON, ' ;
. V- i! - Balumore. Md. .
WARS! SPRISKS HOTEL
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. :
-"ia. . f . . i --.-,.'-'.
THE 1JEW HOTEL IT WARM- SPRINGS. N.
O . will be open for the reception of guests on
June SOtn. oi! parUealars as tolerms, baUis, 4o ,
address i . B P. OHATF1KLO, .
!! Warm Springs, N C.
Also of Highland Park Hotel, Aiken, 8. C,
one!7d3 i; i
SOME PARASOLS LI1T!
At 1 20
They are going well.
At 1.90 v. " At -3.20 .
Is filled with Wonderful Bargains.
FOR REGULAR MADE BALBRt"GGAN - HOSE
v .. . SOLID COLORED 44
" LADIES BLACK & COLORED LISLE "
NEW LINE OF RUCH1NCS.
' ' - " " At 8 cents per yard, "
- AN ASSORTMENT OF FIGURED PACIFIC LAWNS , ,
- - - ' " At 10 cents per yard, -
-FIFTEEN HUNDRED YARDS OF 31 in. DOMESTIC SATINS
At 28 cents per yard. - l
. SIX HUNDRED YARDS OF FRENCH S ATTEENS, .' 'very cheap"
At 98 cents per yard.
' SIXTY-FIVE GINGHAM DRESS PATTERNS,
Each of these contains 11 yards. -
WITSTKOWSKY' :ft MIMIC!.
ITS ENTIRE . STOCK
nROLL!VA CEIVTRAl. BAIL
Offict of SuFSRErrsMDSjrr,
:- -. WuciMaTOH, N. 0., Jan. 6, 1886. 1
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
ON AND AFTER SEPT 37, 1886, THE FOLLOW
lnjc Schedule will be operated en this Rail-
rofd i; .- I .
PASSBNeSR, !UAIL AND EXPRESS TRAINS, ,
' ' DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Leave Wilmington at.. 1
no, im iave Kftieign at i
Arrive at Charlotte at.. ...
........... f.wr-. m.
For Hie Next 30 Diys,
The Best Part of the Season
The remainder of our Clothing Stock is in good condition, but sizes are
- ' -: broken therefore this inducement. . - ' . ;
: TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT.
CHARLOTTE, N. C. .
MALL ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Arrive at RaleJah at....'.... 9.00 a. h.
Amve at wumingwn
n at.......8.26 A.M.
LOCAL FREIGHT Passenger Car Attaotted..
Lea.ve Charlotte at..
Arrive Laurlnburg at .
Laminbom at ..
Arrive uionuiui tu .... ..
Leave WUmlngton at-, ...... .l
Arrive ariaunanvaw w ...... .
Leave Laortnbm at.. i.. BaoA.iL
Arrive at Wllmtngtoa at. ..... i. 6.40 p.m.
Loeal Srelehl Between Charlotte and Laurln
burg Tri wee tlj leaving Charlotte en Mondays,
weanesaaya ana xjiaasa. Lave liaunnnarc on
lneadays, Thujje oays and Saturdajs. .
PafteMr trains stop at regular stations only
and, Points designated. In the Coipanj'8 Time
SHSLBY WYEIQ1I, PASSSNS5R, MAIL. EX-
; PRESS AND FREIGHT.
(Dally exospt Sunday
Leave Charlotte at .......... 4-......... 8.16 a. m.
Arrive at Shelby aL 12.15 p. u.
Leave Shelby at. ........... . 1.40 p. h-
Anrte at Charlotte at i 5.40 p.
Trains Nos. 1 and 9 make eloee connection at
3800101 with R. k a. Trains to and from Raleigh.
- TBiougn Bieepmg uars between wiumngton ana
Charlotte and Raleigh and Charlotte.
Take Train .No. 1 for Statesvllle. stations on
Western N. C. iR. R., Ashevllle and points West.
Also, for Spartanburg, Greenville, Athens, At
lanta and all points Southwest. -
s. H L. C. JONES. -
I' Superintendent, .
; V, W. CLARE, Gen . Passenger Agent. .
Cached. If - TT
-7.40A,ii. ll -.II
6.45 P. M. I I I I
6.15 a.m. I I ' . n '
6.46 A.M. Iff. Ill
Tra. mt Front Central Bote),
jusr ; RECEIVING
THB BEST -STOCK OF GOODS IN
VTHE'CTTY OUR LINE. .
A. R. & W, B.NISBET,
l w. i doslrable 'bulldlnf lot," frontlnf SSfeet
OO 'n trade iwi rmnmgjfiraga - w
irrLiv-t- f.,.MnthecroDervjr CioL H. C.
the Dr. J.
Fourth strwt, o tne proiervj i
ilLT. ffPon"""". known as
T Tt cILjjoxi i-lkstate agency.
Steaui tliie to Afrje.
laree niebes of sbells and solid shot, The United States and Congo Na
irroiDe and canister-, being to this day tjonal gteam Immigration tjorapany
nintftd out to the Tisitors. imbedded.
and some cases hardly visible, in the
huge old tree which dot tne Bangui
nary fields, - - -.
Forty fears' Experience of n 014 Rine. .
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrnp. for children
teeiblnc Is the prescription of one of the best fe
n. ia nhtaiRiKnB and nurns In tne United States.
tut hxa tien used tor f ortv rears with never fall-
log success dt mllllens of mothers for heir chil
dren. It relieves tbe child from pain, cures dysen
tery and dlarrboea, griping in tbe bonels and wind
oolle. Br swing health to the eblld It rests tbe
mother.' We would say to every mother who has
. child snflerhu from any of the forego! aa com
plaints: Do not let your prejudices, nor the pre--
ludices oi otners, stand Deiween jour suaenng
eblld and the relief that will be sure yea, abso
lutely sure to follow the use of this medicine.
Bold by dru crista throughout the world. Price 25
ceuts a boUui. '
was made cornorate in waanmecon.
yesterday oertinoaie filed in the deeds
ofQoe. - The object of the company
is ilto run a line of steamers from the
port of Baltimore, Md., to tho Congo
country in Airrca ior tne purpose or
rtAit - rt uAAmmaiiAau
capital proposed is $3,000,000.
Will Beport Afralnst ; Matthews.
; "WASHiNaTONt June 25. The Sonata
committee on the District of Columbia
has voted to report adversely upon
the nomination of, C. F. Matthew?,
colored, of Albany, N. "5?., to be Re
corder of Deeds for tb$ District of
$fuator Payne Wot to be Investl
v Washington." June 25. The Senate
committee on privileges and elections
neia a enori meeting tnis moruiua,
and voted to report adveiaely to any
: investigation of the charges of bribery
m connection with tne election oi
Senator Payne. A majority: of tbe
committee think there is not suf
ficient evidence tohow . that money
was used m the election, and are
very confident that the result was
not in any way affected by improper
means. There will be a minority rev
oort in 1 nvor ot the investigation.
It is said that only Senators Hoajr
and Frye will sign the minority re
port, and. t bat Senators xeUer.Kivarts,
Logan, Saulsbury, Yanoe, Pugh and
Eustis will sigyA the majority- re
r Scott's Emulsion of Pare Cod
Idver OtLj with TJypophesphliesv
In Palmorary Affeetlons and Scrofulous Diseases.
i Dr. Ira u. Lang, New Yorksays; "I have pre-.
scribed Scott's Smalsk and used It It my family
and am greatly pleased with. it. Have found It
very serviceable in, Sorofnlous diseases and Pulmoj:
nary afleotlona." ; ,
Hrit Joe Person's Bemedy
bUU the best Blood Purifie? on the market. r
- 4&j, X. aiuAViux, niiviesiue vrum(BH
Glove i Fitting Patens,
. . i
OFFERS TO THE
Wholesale Retail Trade
TW HINT Y r BARRELS
PURE LINSEED OIL,
LATEST STYLES A Large Stock of
Colors, Varnishes, Etc.
Get them at
BARNE1T t ALEXANDER.
Free delivery. Telephone
call 81. . - .
Spring' and - SHcamer
ONE CAR LOAD
: Call and get one
and Qoeens lot June. '
of oar latest eatalocuea ,
51 A GNOLIA HAM8
CCaNE BKKJ, OX T0NSUE3, . -RDTTEtt
AMD MILK OX ICE.
: S HOWELL."
ALL AT CLOSE PRIGES.
J. H. MoADEN,
Until farther nottcn.nn and nftnr Jimulnv Jnna -
1st, our city customers purchasing weekly tickets
wuiue-nirnisneaice irom use company s delivery
wagon In such quantities as desired, from 6 pounds '
up, m uw uiuuvin isui pnoe oi ou gn per nun
dred pounds. Those holding weekly tickets of 8
higher price can exchange tnem et their option
with our ticket agents at tne City Drag Stores for
the lower priced tickets. Weare now manor actur-' .
Ing and offering to the trade at low rates, a super
ior viuuiij vi pure crrauu ice maae irom necKien
burg spring water thoroughly Altered.
S. W. DAVIS, Sunt. ,
: . j smppwQ pmcEa. -
Car Load of 10 tons,- - - .- - $8 GO per toa .
From 6 to 10 tons, ; - 6.00 per ton
From 1 to 6 tons, - ... . v - " - 7.00 per ton :
500 to 1,000 pounds. - - - eOcpsrlOOlhs
100 to 600 pounds, - - - - eOcperlOOlbs '
We are now using the celebrated Hyatt .Filter, '
through which all the ater Is passed before freez
ing, and the trade mar rely upon all lee manufae-
tared by as being as pare as it Is possible to make
it. Orders solicited and promptly filled. Lowest
freight and express rates secured for eur easto
mere. - . . -
may22dtt - -I -. UBCELENBUBO ICK CO.
r Blrs. Joe Person Xtemcdy -
Is still tbe best Blood Partner on the market.
.... . JNO. H. MCADES, Wholesale Orngglst
U I V W V once, IK. SCOTT'S ELKCTKiU UOUJJbL '
ta BrtMdwar, Sow York. Sb OtOj OenoiiM.
k prloedSm .
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