North Carolina Newspapers

    VOLUME XXXIV.
, That Advertisement
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SCHOOL.
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SIBIOID'IL' HAVE BGES.
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CORSETS & BUSTLES
WITH ; BUIIJOirVQ.
Si
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For) this WckiOnly.
Mr entire stock of
if' s?-j
HOUSE FUaiaSHIHGS
It ablg dise unt No bonsekreper should tall to
take advantage of tne low prices, r
T10LK LIN1N8. .
DOILIES, Tli CLOTHS,
TOWXLS 8HMT1MGS, - ,
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--- : T IPK31 BT CUSTAINS, ;
. CRKTONNSS, B?PJ,
BTCS, CABFBTS, rLOOB
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First . Hatioil " Bait Bnilfling,
8outaTryon Street, - - - Charlotte, N. C.
' " DEALERS IN
Ladies', Misses'and Children's
: ras'--
BUTTON, CONGRESS & LiCE SHOES,
Gents' Fine Hand-Made and Machine Sewed
BOOTS, BUTTON AND LACE BALS,
BOYS AlfD fOUTS'
FINS BOOTS AND SHOES OP ALL 6BADBS
QENT&?FINE--
Silk, Soft and Stiff Hats,
TRUNKS, x
' VAUSESand -
GRIPS CKS,
UMBRELLAS OF, ALL KINDS,
j r SHOB BLACKTNS AND BRUSHES. - -
Alma Polish for : Ladies' Fine bkes.
St,6ck always kept lull and
up to the demand.
OBDEBS BY MAIL OB : BXFBESS PBOMPTLT
ATTENDED TO.
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REDUCTION
In.Egyptiaa Lawn; tinon DeDecca, LinoD Delnde, India Linon, -Persian
Lawns and various otber WHITE DRESS GOODS. Special induceo-eata
in ladies
MOHAIR: AND LINEN ULTERS
Come early and secure a bargain.
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SUOCBSSOBS TO ALEXAKDEB BABBI8.
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SICK HEADACHE,
CONSTIPATION.
DIES
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CA AKCHAKD WATER
A Beroedr lor all Diteasasof the X.rer, Kid.
m mfeweiav - a positive
Men HMtecie.
se, ona to two teaspoonf ula.
cur for . I:
riftlnitlnn
fn KiM-IKkini at W and bcu. No Pennine aalu sold ill bgllc
EK CO., rfOP'f. MM N M. JONES. May, LI.tI11c K.
deodftw6m
L. B. WBI5T0N, Agent
CLEVELAND MINERAL SPRIJiGS
Are now oi en tor the reception of visitors.
TULS'i tSFaiNGS
An M miles west'of Cbarlott, S miles from Shel
by. N.C. and only 1 mile from trollfta -Cental
BaUwaf , where a new depot has been erected and
beautuollj finished t pr the benefit of ;
Visitors to the: Spriogs.
" F1ntr of ke secured for the season,
COM AIl UOT B4LXIaV-
A good string band has been emptajed for. the
"ltablewm be furnished with, the wrr l?st
the market affords. - .. J
Hacks wUi be at the SprfaKS' Station ori the ar
rlrai of ereir (rain. . v
ravwsTOT.
To: Printers,
Agood seoond haal Flougb Paper Cutter, will
be sold cheap. - -
Apply to ChacB. iones,at . " 2i).xZ'- i '
eoltdawtf - THT8 OTWCB v
Utr A desfiable 'bolilSni1 frentin feet
OO est Trade tpt, sad rannfna; throne t
tourth street, tett 1 1 e p rorifir of Col. U. C.
Jones ant Dr. O'lvnx " . knvwo a ti.8 lt. i.
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ESXLKKI' WORTH CAHO-
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. . SiaiHJBT, N. C, Jan. IS, 1886. J
Commencing Sunday, January 17th, and super
ceding all others, the following Passenger train
schedule will be operated ever this BoadT:
WEST.
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SUtesvllle, "
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HteKory,
Icard.
Morganton,
Marfljo. .
OldKoft.
Bound Knob,
Black Mountain,
Aghevllle, -Alexander's,
Marshall,:
Warm springs,
6.221
5.21
4 22
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828
2.67
1.64
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Charleston,
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' Bound Knob is dinner station for train No J.
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' Its cored at home with,
out pain. . Book of par-
! I 1 ucoiaxs sent FJtEE,"
A Grand Dv for ,he Oxford Ori
phan School, the G-and Charlir
or Korth Carolina masons.
Last Thursday was' the 24th of
June, a day usually " celebrated br
vuiiuoiau masons, throughout the
world as the anniversary of St John,
the Baptist, who was the fore-runner
of Christ and an eminent patron of
Masonry. - , . p
The Oxford Ornhnn A avium n
der the direct charge and manage
ment of the , Masonic - fraternity
throughout the State, and cbnBe
quenUy under the executive control
of the Grand Lodge. . . -
When it was decided to begin the
erection of the Industrial School, the
aay 01 June was selected for the
occasion, and the Grand Lodge was
convened in special communication
for that purpose. . . , ? : ;
Invitations were -Rent nut-. t.n tv
three hundred working Lodges
throughout the State, and a number
of speakers were invited to partici
pate in the day's proceedings. The
editor of The Obsebveb, who has
taken an active part in matters per-
vc.uiug iu tuwmsyium.ior many years
.was one of the participants, and'
makes no apology for laying the sut
ject before his readers tT extenso;
The day was beautiful, bright, hot
Nature eeemed to be glad that Ma
sons with the courage of theft" con
victidns had come from many txr-
"uuoui otato ; tu see wiin tneir
own eyes, what good was being ac complished
under their most ezceK
Jent superintendent. Dr. B. F. Dixon
After Oxford Lodge No. 39S had
been opened in form w the Grand
Lodge was received with the Grand
Honors of the craft. There were
present M. W., F. H. Buebee, Grand
Master: R. W Ci. TT 'Rrihinann n
Grand Master j B. W2, R., V. Minor!
as Senior Grand Warden- R. W., li
w. Stephenson, Junior Grand War
den; R. W., W. E. Anderson, Grand
Treasurer; R. W., D. W. Bain,
Grand Secretary; Rev. C. T. Bailey,
Grand Chaplain ; W, 'EI ; Murchison
S2 fi T TXT XT T71
Kf. jj. i w. xi. arrior, j. u. D 1
Wm. L de Roeset, Grand Marshal;
Unas. R. Jones, Grand Pursuivant;
David Rosenthal, T. L. Emry, Stew
ards; R. H. Bradley, Grand Tiler.
Representatives were in attendance
fromJodges Nos. 3l 40, 893, 804, 172.
140, 337, 158, 243, 310, 218. , 384? 395
123. m, m, m. m, m, 157! 377
75 58- 149, 1, 82, 56, 878, 39. 203, 2
231, 298, 190, 850, 331. The object ot
the special communication, as stated
by Ihe Grand Master, was to lay tho
corner stone at the iodustrial ; build
ing of the orphan aaylMm, now in
course of construction. The Grand
Master announced the followiag
apcuiai appointmenTs; w. a. amtb
bearer of the Great Lights and W. H.
Lancaster and W. H. Mitchell as his
supporters. The Q, and Master hav
ing made the necessary, preliminary
announcements, the rujes regulating
the procession were read by , the
Grand Secretary and the procession
was formed and moved to tne orphan
asylum. As the procession entered
the grounds, the sight was a pleasing
and picturesque one. One hundred
and thirty orphan girls, all in white.
and fifty orphan boys BtQodHa two
! S"o gateway, uqe poy8 were
all in the brown " linen uniforms r of
the asylum. The childrea, one and
all, were tidy, heajthy and happy,
and evidently eniovetf the
The procession waf in the following
order: Masons, Qxford lodge and vis
iting brethren of the order, under di
rection of the marshals, about 400
oemg in ime.tne officers of the Grand
Lodge closing the rear j the Granville
Grays ; the orphans. ; Tne troops
presenxea arms ana -. tne orpnans
passed them,' ; The Masons opened
ranks and through these passed the
officers of the Grand Lodge, escort
ing Gov. Scales, who . walked aro in
arm wjth Oapt. Qct. Qoke. The gen
tlemen took seats on tfie platform.1
Among; those there were, besides
those named, 'Col. T 8 Kenan, pr
Grissom, Col Chas R Jones,- MrT B
Kingsbury, Grand faster Busbee,
Grand Secretary Bain, Rev Dr O T
Bailey, Capt AHA Williams, Col W
F Beasley, Mr John Nichols, Mr Ju
lian vS Carr. Col W E Anderson,
Messrs" J M Currie, J E Wood, W H
Smith, R Y Minor, L C Taylor and J
' J Meadows. . v.. , : , -. ' . -y .. . . - .. : . .
The exercises were ; opened , by
Grand Master F H Biisbee, who call
ed the Masons from labor to refresh
ment, and announced : a prayer fey
Grand Chaplain Rev Dr 0 T Bailey.
Dr Bailey invoked God's blessing on
the orphan children, the asylum and
the principal and teachers. He pray
ed that it .might have a warm place
in the hearts, not only of Masons,but
of all the churches.
Capt AHA Williams niade an ad
dress of welcome on I behalf of the
Masons. He expressed his pleasure
at the presence "of . so many distin
guished gentlemen. , He said the oc
casion was an inspiring one. He re
turned the thanks of the Masons, of
the people of - Oxford, of Dr. Dixon,
the superintendent of the asylum.and
of the 180 little orphans. He . ex-
Sre8se 1 his regret at the absence of
en RB Vance, the orator of the oc
casion, but said disappointment nev
er chilled the heart of a Mason. .
t : Grand Master Fab. H. Busbee said
he was sorry for Gen. Vance, who
had lost the opportunity of address
ing such a. spleodid audience. Mr.
Busbee said it had been determined to
have the address on the formation
and purpose of the industrial school
delivered now. He introduced as tho
orator on th subject Oapt. Oct.
Coke. . -:-ydu -y'r c' -,.,'
Uapt. Coke spoke of the noble part
the asylum was playing in the State.
Particularly did he dwell on the in
dustrial work to D9 today inaugurated
by the laying of the cbpnerr-stone of
thig industrial building. He warmly
antl in glowing language complin
mented the Masons of North Carolina
for their singleness of purpose, gen
erosity of heart "and constant zeal in
aiding this asylum. He made a for
mal plea for industrial education as a
necessity for North Carolina. Labor
and letters; he asserted, made up the
greatness of a State,' . .'. t
Mr. Fab. H. Busbee" introduced
Got. Scales , saying that he foiind
special pleasure in snowing the Gov
ernor, the orphan asylum and its
management. ... : i-ii:
Gov. Scales said this' was in " veiy
truth a proud day for North Carolina,
for the Masonic order, for the people
of all. the State. - He said the State
had established bv -Dublin- tnTAt.iAii
three lunatic asylums and two deaf
but not least, has .nmi fJ
orphan asylum. He felt warranted
8rins that, for the orphan asylum
the State would do much more. He
A?J J?tae-
- -'o,lwno naa started this
noble chanty; jn their wisdom and
benevolence, and 'who had so man
aged it as to make the State see its
true -interest and co-operate in the
work of maintaining it. He spoke of
the exceeding value of industrial edu
cation and of its direct and practical
purpose here. He said the orphan
asylum was deen oat 'in' tha
heartsand had the aid of the churches
'K?fPle. the 8tate- He declared
u hl8 i.1 w8 a ' Vroni day
for this charity and for every
true son of the State. This laying of
the corner stone of a department of
labor, the first step of that kind taken
in North Carolina, marked a lie w
era in progress in the old State which
was now in - thp fmoft i
aoutbern sisters in matters of 1 public
education and advancement." i He de
sired to see conptanf. aid ai-
Wtem; to see it enlarged so that its
walls would give a glad -shelter to
every orphan in the State. He asked
tor. the institution i the heartiW
pecuniarily; and he pledged good men
every where -for its continued ; ad
vancement. In conclusion his excel
lency expressed his pleasure at being
present, his satisfaction at the sight
of such an audience. He pledged
his heartiest aid to the work of ad
vancing every interest of the asylum,
and called upon God to bless it
bountifully. . .
AirandMaster .Busbee, on the art
of the Masons, returned thanks to
Gov. Scales for his words of encour
agement and good cheer. !-' r--
At 12:30 the nnnnlrirxv An14 j
the great assemblage devoted itself
to the demolition ofl a capital dinner
which was laid upon long tables in
tne grove, and which was served by
the ladies, ; for1 the benefit of the
asylum. V -r ' x :
There are at present five buildings
the mam one the hospital, the boys'
?1,,(,ng' thg farmer's; cottage,- the
Walker memorial buildings Th e lat
ter is occupied by Dr. B. F. Dixon,
supenntent of the asylum. .
After dinner the Grand Lodge asv
asmbled in the parlor of the main
uuuaing, ana a procession was form
ed and moved to the new building in
the following order: '.Grand Tder.
with drawn sword; Grand Stewards;
Master Masons ; B. F. Dixon, with
square, level; and plumb, represent
log the principal architect; Grand
Secretary and Grand Treasurer;
Bible. Square and Compass; Grand
Chaplain ; Junior Grand Warden,
carrying the: silver vessel with oil ;
Senior Grand Warden, carrying the
silver vessel . with wine; Deputy
Grand Master, carrying the golden
vessel with corn ; J, McX. French, of
St. John's Lodge No. 1, carrying the
book of constitutions, Grand Master
supported by Special Deacons R. B.'
Crioe and H. C Kearney; Grand Pur
suivant and Grand Kwnrri.Roara,.
The Governor and other civil officers
of the State and the civil officers of
the countv of Granvillo
Qxford were assigned places in the
procossion. On arriving at the build
ing the procession reversed order, the
grand officers taking position at the
stone, the Masons forming on the
north and east. The Grand Master
was presented with the box to he
placed in the vaqlt. Prayer was of
fered by. the "acting-Grand Chaplain.
The Grand Secretary read the list of
articles to be deposited in the box as
follows: Masonic Code of North
Carolina Proceedings of the Grand
Lodge of North Carolina, 1886; Tur
ner's North Carolina; Almanac, 1886;
Daily News and Observer, June 24,
1886 j officers of Grand Lodge partici-l
pacing, in this " service; Orphan's
Friend, dated June 2.5, 1886. The box
containing the articles, as placed in
the vault of the stone. The stone
was laid with all the ceremonies of
the Masonic' Order, and as the corn
wine and oil were poured on the con
secrated stone, the worfe -was pro
nounced "good work,- true work,
square work" such work only as is
fit for the builder's use. - . . . .
At 3 p ,m,i ? the:; exercises pit the
speaker's san were resumed. - The
attendance, though not so large as in
the morning, was very large. Coj W
FBeasley opened the exercises by sell
ing spyeral lttle 1 lithographs (the
first) of the various buildings of the
asylum The first of these was ign
ed by Gov Scales, Grand Master Bus
bee and Superintendent Pixon. It
was bought by Oxford Lodge for $12.'
The Grand Lodge took, the second, at
$10.
M.r Fab H Busbee introduced Mr
Donald W Bain, Grand Secretary,
who made a brief and" well timed
speech. ' .. ? ;
A choir of orphans sang' in a pleas--ing
manner and this singing was re
peated between the speeches; t ;
Col Chas R Jones, of Charlotte, wai
the next speaker and was followed
by another song; after which Col
Thos S Kenan.a member of the board
of trustees of the asylum, ? made . a
capital speech. The next orator was
Mr Julian S Crr, of -.Durham,; who
was introduced as a devoted friend of
the Orphan asylum. ""He said he felt
the deepest interest- in the asylum.
and assured his hearers that in the
future -as in tlie past, he would - al-:
ways seek to. aid . it. Mr Carr was
given a hearty reception, - .
Mr. Joan is. JNiChols, past grand
master, spoke in regard to the past
nistory oi tne asylum.
THE TWO OP TOE DE
MOCRACY.
-4uul.Powaer never varies. A marvni nf nnHtv
1anMi- SPBTNSS BUB WELL,
jan2Mwly . Charlotte, n!C.
Tosthe VICTOR the LAUREL."
HANAN SHOE has become the recognned standatd
,0, ,ln wear among discriminating gentlemen .
Porale by . A. I. BANKIN A BBO-'
r ' ' i Charlotte, N. C.
CASSAIID'S
The President's Tetoes and the
Wew Bole will Prevent an Ex
cess In Appropriations Lively
Spats in the HsnieAnnmn!..
tiosrs for Secret Service In the
Internal Revenue Stricken Out.
Ctorrespondence of Thb Obsebteb. --Washington,
June 25 It is con-
OllnMAy) d.1 -A. j. ' -a i '
oivDicu mat me Tesident.' taw
and" the proposition of the f commit
tee on rules have together set the
Democratic party firmly on ! its ' legs
as to the pension question. Indeed,
in the language of Randefll, the two
vings now A'flap", together. 'r. The
vetoes cut on the small; bills which
nave heretofore slipped X through
without Obstruction. '.The new rule
will prevent an excess in appropria
tions for the general pension bills.
Going further than the pension is
sue, we may say that the Democracy
are getting their forces in order for
-. - , .
o lau campaign, t rnere is not er.
ing to he much' family; fighting be
fore the assault on the enemy's lines.
7 The caucus last night put the whole
subject of the order- of business in
the hands of Speaker Carlisle," and
Messrs. Morrison and .RandaU. Some
gentleman think they will be able to
shorten the discussion. But the chief
difficulty is not in keeping out con
tests over considerations, but Dre-
venting protracted debates. This
latter matter is not in the power of
the special committee..
unce oefore today I saw Reed: of
afne, the shrewd Republican leadn
er knocked out; but " MtMillin's
point did not provoke so much laugh
ter at Reed's expense as Weaver's
did today.' The Maine member twit
ted the same gentleman, McMillin, of
Tennessee, with going back ini hi
silver history to Abraham; and said
something about his being a descend.
ant ot Abraham. Weaver came , to
the rescue with the remark that the
gentleman from Maine was supposed
to be a descendant of Ishmael. When;
Reed could catch bis breath and res
cover his original pale countenance,
he attempted a feeble reply, but the
Joke had gone against him. ;-;
When the sundry ciyil bill had
reached, in the course of its consid
eration this afternoon, the clause ap
propriating $25,000 for the secret or
detective fund of the internal rev
enue; : office Mr. Reid offered j 1 an
amendment wiping out the whol
and supplemented it by a speech in
which he had read some blank forms
Of arrest, signed by the superior and
sent to the inferior or deputy to be
executed. Mr. Reid spoke very ef
fectively of the odious character of
the detective system, and the- desire
of the people in his State to . have it
auuusnea. ue. was followed in the
same Btrain by ; Messrs. Gibson, of
West Virginia, and Mills; of Texas.
The latter denounced the system in
the fiercest of terms. Among other
speeches On that side was one by Col.
Cabell, of Virginia. . ..
- During Mr. Hiscock's speech a col
loquy occurred between him and Mr.
Reid, of North Carolina'. most of
which was lost to. the press gallery.'
Randall replied to Grosvenor, Re
publican, claiming that the laws wejee
executed. He voted against , the
proposition to wipe out the detective
fund. was stricken out, however,
by 7ft to, 61 in committee fcf : the
whole. - -u j-' ; . - - "
Conductor Flemmine is here.
Senator Butler introduced today in f3 omsiOH, passenoeb. mail; ex-
r.hflSflTioli ri. ii , 3-t. ... . I .: t - .u-.um,
."uuaro, c41, wa vivu service
classifieasiori bill. '
, Mr, McDonald was the last linger
ing North Carojina editor.
Are always genuine.
OUR INDUCEMENTS
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SILK MITS
AT- COST,
SIL.K OI.OTES
AT COST.
a, u -IMPORTED SATTEENS AT 19 cents Der vard
31 inch wide nOMttSTTn ha wiWro .:f ..wn, per J"?-
- - uAj.i!auio &i j cents
per yard.
We have reduced prices on our
Absolutely Ladies Muslin Underwear.
As a special offering s
THIS WjEJEK
; . We will allow on these goods ,
A Msfonnf- of HO
PARASOLS STILL VERY. CHEAP.
per cent.
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. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE, i
ON AOT AFTEB SEPT 27, 1885, THE BOLLOW
walng Schedule will be operated en this Baa-
P ASSENSEB, MAIL AND BXPBES3 TBADI8, f
, ' ' DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. -
. ) Leave WUmlngtqn at tm,
No. 1. f Leave BalelgFaT.. .." " " "fffi
a i- Arrive atOaarlotte at.., ," '."" " 7 80 a m
) Charlotte at... " """ ais
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1 ' J Arrive at Wilmington at".";."." "a a. jL
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A?fve at Lauruiburg at.
iave unirmourg at. . . .
Arrive at Wilmington at..
... 7.40 a, a.
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...6.40 P.m.
h,Jrw$ e,'een Charlotte and Laurtn
bu rrl.wekry-Jeavlng Charlotte an Mondays,
ySt,a?KandFr,days Leave laurlnbuivri
1 vesdays, Thunaayaand Saturdays. "
lJSSS at rwlar stations only
Jdts designated In the .Company's Time
n.
The President's Sarcastic Tetoes.
Washington Post. ' .
Ane x-resiaent s vetoes 01 pension
a. (Dally except Sunday.) 4 ' ,;
LeaveCharlotteat....L.........ii. . 8.15 a m
Arrive at Shelby at... . . .. .. .112.16 p S
Leave Shelby at. .; J.."" " fin r i"
Arrive at Charlotte at.. " fcj) rim
uJjJ- ?? a make close connection at
Hamlet with B. A. Trains to and from Balelgh,
Through Sleeping Cars between Wilmington and
Charlotte and Balelgh and Charlotte. -jr
Train No. 1 lor Stetesvllle, stations on
Western N.C. R. a, Ashevllle and points West
Also, for 8partanburg, Greenville. Athens, At-
lanta and all points Southwest. ;
; . L. C -JONES.
v wfm .nr Superintendent.
P. W.jCLABK.Gen. .Passenger Agent.
BAZAAR
Glove ' Fitting Patterns,
-ALL THB -
Dr. Eugene Grissom. after a verv
graceful introduction by Mr. Bqsbe'e,
spoke in beautiful language of the
work he women of the St3 had
done in connection with the asylum.
He was given 1 a regular Granville
county reception, due such a wotthy
native of that county, -
Gov. scales again spoke and made
a very; earnest speech, - m which he
invoked the aidot the people fop the
orphans. He said he would be one
of ten men to eive tiOtt each- to this
insiitution. He hoped that aoollec-
tion wouiq oe tasen . un. Alter an
acknowledgement of this speech I by
Mr. Busbee, contributions were
rapidly received ad ' in a few miUN
utes several ' hundred ; dollars s
oonlributed.
The proceeds of the dav in contri
butions and the dinner, netted be
tween five and six hundred dollars.
wujou wui niaoe tne. institution en
tirely out ot'debt '-on the 1st day of !
bills are interesting contributions to
current literature. . Seven more were
sent to the House yesterday. They
referred to part of a batch of between
four and five hundred bills which
were rushed through the Senate at
the rate of about three a minute -; on
April 21. . . t . .
William H. Beck claimed a pension
bv reason of chronic epilepsy caused
by "jar-' to the head from, ' heavy
firing." Six months Qfter this al
leged "jar" and his consequent epis
lepsy; he reenlisted upon a medical
certificate Of perfect soundness and
served more than two years thereafs
ter; The President thinks this fact
negatives the claimant's declaration
and vetoes the bill accordingly. '
J amesJButler, ;- whileabsent from
his- reginenta.1 rendezvous, before
his company had completed its or
ganiaation; or bad been mustered
into the service of the. government,
fell into a cellar and broke his leg.
The President "can see no . pretext
for allowing a pension in this MJasettt
Alfred Denny;s bill is ' vetoed be
cause the Paesident ' is 'satisfied
there is not a parole of meiit in this
claim, and no faots are . presented to
me which entitle it to rhnrir.nKia
sideration." Denny's record showed I SftrisP - A till SntiriPr
no disability i but twenty years after . r 1 'a8 d - - SUIJUlT
he was discharged be; filed a claim
alleging that ho was injured by being
thrown forward upon the horn of his
saddle, -The President says.- The
number of instances in! which those
Of our soldiers who rode horses dur
ing the war were injured by being
thrown, forward upon their saddles
indicates hat -those saddles were
very dangerous contrivances ,
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Still offers its stock
AT STRICTLY COST PRICES.
W If T a0WSl & ME1DCE
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
MALL ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO."
Strictly Cost Price,
" ...... '. ..... !
As we were selling them last week,
FOUND MAXY PURCHASERS.
. . Gents under wear and neck wear
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
0GJ!
J.H.
Who
OFFERS TO THE
lesale i Retail Trade
FIVE TONS
LOW PRICES
h brtm,fuI1 GOODS of
reSSrtDtlon' ?n? 1 prepared to seU them
cheaper than ever before. My specialties are
fSilver'M SUrer-PIated Ware.
I also offer bargains in
LATEST STYLES
-FOR
July.
4'
and dumb institutions, a university
a eyet32i cf public school, eI
Danshten, Wives and Mothers
We emDhatlcallv euarantea Dr. Marnhist'a rjith.
olloon, a Female Remedy, to cure female diseases,
such as ovarian troubles. Inflammation andnlmra..
Uon, falling and displace ment or bearing- down
itxuuig, iiTOKuwriues, oiinenness. nange Ol ure.
leucorrhoea. besides many weaknesses, snrlnoinu
from the above, like headaone, bloaung, spinal j
wtnuuwss, Bicopisaues, nervous QeDimy. palpita
tion of the heart, 4c - For Bale by drugglstB. Price
LO0 and 1L50 per botUe. Send to Dr. J. B. -Mar-Cii'ol,
Uttea, N, V., for pamphlet, free. ,
l or sale byL. B. Wrlaton, arugglstrcharlotte
H.C. - . - .r - m iulrl.'eoaiT-
' ' . osI,T Cure for Piles. . :
To the people of this county we would say we
have been given the agency of Dr. Marchlsl's Italian
Pile Ointment emnhatlcaliv
money refunded internal, svtemai hiir..i
Ing or itching piles. Price 60c a box. Nocure.no i
TVS V . . - . . . . v
Tfor sale by 1L 'B, ristonduggistC Charlotte
;.! ; ; . -yo. Hurivaodiy.
ii'ust ;wjqat TOEir:;Ai,isAir
'Hon. K D-. Haynle of Saiein, ! ills says" he uses
pr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup In his fami
ly with the most satisfactory result, , in all eases
of Coughs, Colds and Croup, and recommends It in
particular for the Ultie ones. Sample bottle free
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iiiiii.
Call and get one. of oar latest catalogues
and Queens 1 or June. - , . .- , ..: .
MA GNOLIA
' i : COBNED BEEf, OX TONQtTES, 7 -r- :
"! ' . ..' . t - "
ltlJTTER'Ar KILK OJI ICE.
S M.' HOWELL.
Pure
lite W,
TWENTY' BARRELS
PURE LINSEED OH,
A Large Stock of
Colors, Yarnies, Etc.
-....( ...
-ALSO-
ONE CAR LOAD
AJuL AT CLrOSE PRIGBS.
J. H. M0ADEN,
' v. f ..'-." ... Hi.. " frm .
Great
-OVER-
DINNER SETS.
DINNER 8ETS,
DINNER SETS,
WATER SETS,
WATER SETS,
WATER SETS,
CHAMBER SETS. : ;
CHAMBER SETS. -CHAMBER
SETsll -
TEA
TEA"
TEA
SETS,
SETS,
SETS,
TIN
TIN
TIN
SETS;
SEK,
SETS.
JUST RECEIVED,
1CK
LEN6DRG
Fruit Jars, Jelly Tumblers, -Flv Pans- Vnwnwa -;"
Beraton, iceChests. Water lersTes.' r
R.B. OARTSFIELD, Agt.
ICE CO,
CHARLOTTE, C, A
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.... . .. .. CITY TBADX. 11 '
1 J7n.ftJl!ber nttce.on andafter JuesdayJnna
!St 2 .".customers purchasing weSy tlckete
will be furnished ice from the wmpans deiw?
up, at the unlfrom rate price of 60ents wihTm
.W8" Those holding weik uffi ot
higher price can exchange them at thelrontian
with our ncket agents atttie City Drug? Stores f
the lower priced tickets. We are nwanarti.r. "
tor quality of pure crystal lee made from MeckW -burg
spring water thoroughly filtered :
' a. w. davis, supt..
SHIPPING PRICES! '
5 60 per to.
6 00 per ton
- 7.00 per ton
60cpsrM0Iba
"f,111? 016 ee'.ebrated Hyatt illter
to? wxteiu 0 water is passedbefere free
Sad mar rely upon all ice man"m'
oJli,' M ta Pme as tt is possible to mkT
!K yP6, 80llclte1 "J Premptlyfuieol -lESmZ V
freight and express rates e( io?w
may22dtt, , JMECKlENBT3BCr ICE CO.
Car Load of 10 tons, .
From 5 to 10 tons, -
From 1 to 6 tons, -600
to 1,000 pounds.
luuiv emu pounds.
i.Mri J Persoa Bemedy :
Is soil the best Blood Partner on the market
' JMO. H. MCADEM. WhoSgprml
V onoe, DRl SCOTT'S EiioTRIrtau!?
    

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