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SUNDA.Y. JUNE 27. 1886.
' The town of Oxford, the county
aac of Granville county, is one of
the oldest towns in the State, and
many years ago was the centre of a
large and flourishing trade. ..,
Away back in the forties; however,
the Raleigh and Gaston railroad was
completed from Weldon to Kaleigh,
. i .'Inn atti t fo fir
running about tweivo uiw -the
old town, and immediately trade
following its own laws, Lft- Oxford
and built up Henderson and other
towns along the R. & G. railroad.
But about five years ago the people
of Oxford realizing that the moun
tain would never go to Mahomet,
concluded wisely that Mahomet
should go to the mountain.
They built a railroad, and connect-,
ed themselves with the wide, wide
world by steel rails, and immediate
ly the old time prosperity of the old
town was revived.
Oxford caught the inspiration of
modern progress, and today stands a
monument of the principle of "where
there's a will, there's always a way
Her population has been more than
She has five large tobacco ware
houses, - ,' ' '"
Which last year sold more than
five million pounds of the brightest
and best tobacco ever raised in any
country. . r y r ,
: Henceforth nerv progress is to be
onward and upward.
pie in'th world, may her futur D
as bright and prosperous as she de
serves to be.
J JUDGE BAYIS DEAD.
Our telegrams publisbd elsewhere
give the particulars of the death of
Judge David Davis, of Illinois, who
was a member of the United States
Supreme Court for many years.;
He was the original and only inde
pendent Statesman, who was able to
'maintain his independence under any
and all circumstances. ";: J. -
It will be remembered that when
the electoral commission was estab
, lished to decide who had been elected
preident in 1876. The ' Democrts
counted on the honesty of David
Davis to pull them through the legal
.tussle over the contested votes of
. South Carolina, Florida and Louisis
ana. - ' ' ' ' .
v The Republican Legislature of nii
.nois was, however, too smart to allow
a condition of affairs like the inaugu
ration of .Tilden, and elected- Mr.
D.ivis to the United States Senate,
thus balking the Democratic pror
gramme, and putting aliunde Joe
Br adiy in Mr. Davis's seat on the
commission. . .
The world knows the result , ; -Only
a few years ago, he came to
North Carolina, and captured one of
North Carolina's fairest daughters
for a second wife, and now at a ripe
I J 1 J - . - : -
u u age te uiea ana leaves immense
wealth behind him. ,
He died in the immediate presence
of his family, and goes to his final
rest full of honors. " " .
THE COXCOBD' POSTOFFICE.
There may be those, possibly, who
may say that tb Concord postoffice
. ii none of our concern,!
But, really, when we helped to vote
the Democratic party into power., we
voted to "turn all the rascals out."
The present administration has
' made a pretty . clean ''shucking" in
North Carolina, but the old incum
, bent of the Concord postoffice still
holds the fort. ; ..-: '.-.
So far as we know, every- other
pastoffice in. the State ;worth having
has been given to a Democrat.
TIT U 1 j i . i i. . .
y ujr ua mere oeen a nan at con
Our representatives at Washington
say that no change is made because
Democrats , have recommended the
retention of the present incumbent.
" We suspect that those Democrats
will yet be made to pay the penalty
for a violation of party fealty, if an
appeal is ever made to the people of
Cabarrus,' or of Concord itself," for
. ' In November, 1884, the people voted
f r a change of Federal officers -at
least at the South. : - . ..
' The retention now of every official
of t his class is in defiance of the pops
ular will of the people., v -
OXFORD, lOnPHlR ASYLUM.
The grandest Charity in North
Carolina is the Orphan Asylum at
Oxford, -,; '
. It is a complete success in every
eenso of the word. . t
Nearly two hundred children are
now being supported there.-
They come from every portion of
the Siat?, and r -
Are literally : the' children of the
Sta'e. ' ? , ; ' " S
a atherless, motherless, nomeiess-j-they
find an asylum at Oxford wors
thy the noble Masonic fraternity and
worthy the noble and benevolent peo
ple of the State. " - "
' See' proceedings of Thursday's cele-
bratio'i at Oxford elsewhere. "? ;
Much of our article in regard to
the celebration at Oxford last Thurs
day is condensed from the Raleigh
News andObservsr. -
The first State to hold an election
this year is Alabama, which votes on
the 2nd of August. Arkansas comes
next on the 6th of September ; Ver
mont votes on the 7th, and Maine on
the 13th of the same month. Georgia
will vote, on the 6th of October. ., All
the States elect Congressmen on the
1st of November, and many of them
State officials at the same time. In
North Carolina in November the
people will vote , .
For members of Congress,
For Judges of the Supreme Court,
' For members of the Legislature,
For State solicitors in the twelve
Judicial Districts. . -
A For Superior Court Judges where
there are vacancies, ; ;
For Sheriffs, , - ;
For Registers of Deeds, ,
For Clerks of the Superior Courts
For County Treasurers,'
For County Surveyors.
There will be no State ticket in the
field, and in many of the counties
there will be a rough and tumble
fight on the merits of the candid
dates.' . -.
Party lines will set loosely this
; TREASURE TROTE.
A Box Cnta"ininB$a7?OOOin Gold
and Silver Found iu the Hearth
of a Store in Edgefield County.
News and Courier. -
Pnr.WMATi's. FnoRfflETJ) COUNTY.
.Tiino 25 YfistfirdAv while W. -M.
Boazmac was repairing the hearth of
Mr .T n Strnthftr's storehouse. Where
he has been engaged in merchandise
mg on a small scale ior several
months, he discovered, in removing
pieces of old brick, a tin box contain-.
inc 27.000. all of eood eold and si!
ver except fioi oia namourg obdk
hills When Mr. Htrotner came Dome
Boazman showed him what he had
rlifwnvered. and asked if he knew
Anvthiner About it. Ha said he did
noK On . examining closely a tney
found a name scratched on , tne dox,
"R Smith." Sftvpral vears aeo a Mr.
Benson Smith merchandised in the
same bouse, and an old gentleman
several years before the -war, by the
name of Buck Smith, did business in
the same , house. Messrs.5 Strother
and Boazman this morning sent the
money to a place ot saiety. r ,-
Biejelers Amog the Newspaper-
Jlea at "Washington.
" Says the Washington correspon
dent of the .Louisville rost: W. H.
Curtis, of the Inter Ocean has taken
to the use of a tricycle for a method
of travelling in news gathering. The
wheel is becoming quite popular as a
factor in the race tor news in Wash
ington. With smooth pavements
travelhn g by bicycle f or Cricy cle is
both a convenience .and a luxury.
Just three years ago your correspon
dent inaugurated the fashion of using
the bicycle for" news gathering pur
poses. He was a pioneer m this line.
antf , iike other 'rt formers, " : found
new principles-; unpopular at nrst.
For the hrst year he rode alone
Then "Carp," of the Cleveland Leads
er, after much hesitation and prac
tice on back streets, followed the ex
ample. Pretty soon one of the Asso
ciated Press staff; the noted Siberian
traveller, fell a victim to the bicyole
habit Pretty soon J. A. Trusdell, of
the Pioneer Press, joined the band of
mounted newsmen and paralyzed his
northwestern reader with descriD
tions of Arlington and other sur
roundings of Washington as seen
from the saddle of a bicycle. Then
one of the local papers mounted one
or two of its men. Then the tele
graph companies I seeing the advans
tage of - the system from a business
standpoint, put bearers of dispatches
on bicycles. Soon other converts of
the system appeared in the newspa
per field, and now you may count
those who use the bicycle for 'news
gathering or news dispensing by
the dozen, and a wals down Newspa
per Row discovers wheels waiting pa
tiently before a good many doors.
i : A Bier Swindle in Cotton.
St. Louis- June 26 One of the
biggest cotton swindles on. record has
just been successfully, executed in
this market: It was worked by a
buyer who formerly had headquar
ters in Hope, ; Ark., but now does
business from Texarkana, Texas.
About a month ago he agreed to the
sale of 3,000 bales of good middling
from Texarkana to eastern buyers,
sending samples from that place. He
requested the privilege" of shipping
from bt. lx)ui8, as be could make
better freight arrangements. . Having
secured the cotton a shade under the
market, the eastern parties readily
gave him permission to forward the
cotton in that way. Having secured
the buyers consent for that purpose,
the Texan came here and bought
recklessly all the low. sandv-stained
cotton he could find until be had
filled hi9 orders-, v The cotton was
shipped and drafts paid on the sam
pies sent from Texarkana, through
arraagements made with Texarkana
banks and their t3C Louis correspon-
utiuus. nis excess 01 pronts are esti
mated at 135,000.
- BaMball Teaterdar.
Philadelphia Metronolitana 4. A th
Brooklyn Brooklyns 1, Baltimores
none. v . . .
Kansas Citv Mannas CitvKnw
York game noetnoned : rain. '
fee Louis Bostont; Louis game
postponed ; ram.
- Cincinnati St. Louis 1. fllincin
natis none, -
Chicago Chiriflfi'rt . K. Philado!
phias 1. .
. Louisville- Lomsvilles 3, - Pitts
Detroit Detroits 2 Washingjtons
Charleston Savannahs 5, Charles
tons 2. ' v..
Oreeu fc Co's Cotton Report.
New York, June 26. Green & Co
ay: "Shorts' continue active todav
. c ; .1 . . ... "
uauBwniig tueir. attention largely!
August with values stimulated 7 to
pomts and a great many : contracts
nave been taken care ef. ..At the ad
vance, nowever, the "bulls" com
menced to sell with : some, freedom
leading to a reaction and unsettled
feeling. At the close late months
were 4 to 5 pomts lower, but , I
advanno rntsn - nniinlml with f-
. f ... aHU VllllJ
reDOrtfl. hrnmrht rmt mnrkpd Avirlanu
. ' " O ww - -w AWU(7
of a desire to sell and demand proved
very limited. - -
CURE FOR PIL.ES.
. Piles are freonBntl nmeAdnl h' nniii of
weight In the back, loin and lower part ot abdo-
Ulan. AfinMn V thA nAMant. tl annniMA hA Iiab mim
afluutton of the fcldneys or nelgboring organs. At
uuioB, syiapwrna 01 lnuitfeuyon are present, naia
lenoy, tineasiness ol the (tomacb. etc. A moisture
line .perspiration, producing a very disagreeable
ltcblngfi after Retting warm. Is a common attend
ant Blind. Ble ding and Itching pilrs yield at
once to the application of Dr. Boeanko's Pile Rem
edy, which acts directly upon the parts affeeted,
absorbing the Tumors, allaying the Intense Itch
ing, and eneotliid a permanent core. Price 60
cents. Adores in uoctor iwewuio Meadne Co,
1 riua. v. ouui u. a. wiiswa.
COIIGRESS Y E8TEBD1T
The Senate no in Session, anl
the House Xaily TrytnK to
Time. . f
xxr mnranmv .Tiinft 2B. HOTJSE.
Barksdale submitted the conference
report on the bill on granting leaves
of absence to employes m iut?ft de
ment printing office, and it was
agreed to. - ' .
Crisp submitted the conference re
port on the bill requiring the grant
01 ranroauB w yay duo wd y-
ing, conveying ana surveying won
land." (As the bill originally passed by
the House, it applied only to the Un
ion Iracmc system, out juuouwu
by the Senate and agreed to by the
conference Cdmmitte. its provisions
na a-rtjxmiaii tn oil land errant roads.)
The report was adopted, xne nuuatj
then went into ' committee of the
.1 mi. TT--,
whole, (Reagan in the chair,) on sun
dry civil appropriation bill. ; -
fin mnhrtn nr Kannaii fii rHilUDVi
vania. an amendment was adopted
increasing the torce or employes iu
the bureau ot engraving auu yuu
ing, and increasing appropriation
thamfrtr . thin - hfiincr made necessa
ry by a provision placed in the bill for
one dollar ana two uoimr t:ouuloA.
and tnr small silver GertincabeH
An: omAnrlmnnt offered yester
day by Ermentrout of Pennsylvania,
J J . i ? a. a..J
frr rAnmmriEr traflfl noiiars lnvu swuiu-
ard Bilver dollars was ruieu uun uu
the point of order.
Violo nf Nw York, offered an
amendment appropriating $10,000 for
. c u A
nfttinnftl hnnrd nf health. Reiected.
In the discussion of the paragraph
moinno- an nm.r.tnriauon ior luecuui
nlotinn nf thpi nnncion office buildins,
that structure came in for a good deal
t Yinmtia rrit.iriarrt - - .
- Dunham, of Illinois remarked that
it was an architectural monstrosity.
..... a J
ISogers, or. ArKansas, cnaracteriza
it as: a cross between a horse car
ctfihln Anrl a nninn denOt. - "'
Rnrinfl-Ar. of Illinois, declared it was
I offensive to the vision, and suggested
that some ot tne present ornameota
tions should be blown up with dyna
fVtnnnn Tllinnis! maintained
that. th bnildinsr was commodious.
well ventilated, and better adapted to
itn niirnoRpn than anv of the public
buildings Jn Washington.'"
McMillan, ot Tcrtuesses, aiao spoKe
in hicrh tArmn nf f h nnmmndioiignesB
of the building, and maintained that
for its cost it was very satisfactory. ';
. - Alter rebating on tne amenaments
prescribing the nature of th frescoes
ts Ka nlnf ewl - in t.hn mt.iinrlfi nf thft
capitol, the committee having com
pleted the consideration or halt ot tne
bill, rose, and t he Mouse at bp m
adjourned. . -
. AOU8BAWD SHOT. ' '
Because He ,'IIad Cast Dishonor
Upon His Wife. .
NA8HVHXE, June 25. John Slink
ard shot his father-in-law. Frank
Rhodes, on College street at seven
o'clock this morning. " Probably fa
tally.; The shooting was thehnale of
a knock down fight, which occurred
about fifteen minutes previously.
While (.Stinkard was coming up to-.
wards town Knoaes waised up be
hind him knocked him down without
warning, kicked him , inthr face, on
head and in the side. He then turns
ed and walked away, and remarked
"You 100k her on trial did youf
Stinkard got up and walked behind
Rhodes Until he. go; to McCastin's
shop, where he armed himself with a
pistol, overtook Rhodes and com
menced firing.. The origin of .the
trouble was as folio w8: ' .
Six weeks ago Slinkard married
Rhode8, daughter.- Theyt rented
rooms and lived together peaceably
for a while, hut soon disagreed, and
since;: the first misunderstanding
have had various ; quarrels. ' On
WedneEday the couple agreed tosepa
rate. Slinkard - taking ' another
boarding house. . - He says ; he never
m-treated nis wire, and their separa
tion was mutual, .but Rhodes con
tends that he was very cruel to her,
and; would frequently stay away
from home , all night. To a friend
who asked, about the separation,
Slinkard said that he had only taken
her on i trial. Slinkard heard that
Rhodes was after him. and carried
his pistol to ' Henry McCastin's tin
shop, where he was employed, ez
pectn g Rhodes to come there after
him. After the shooting, Slinkard
surrendered himself,' and hid the
cnarge ot assault with intent to .com'
mit murder registered opposite - his
name. , . ' -
YOUNG LOVE IN A CREEK. -
Up to Their Armpits in Water
Eloldlns: an , Umbrella . Over
Richmond, Va., June 25. Henry
Warrineton. aeed 19 vearsl the onlv
son of a poor but: aristocratic family
living near I4ea sulphur springs, and
Alice Demarest, the beautiful 16 year
old daughter of Bolivian DAmarpof.
an immensely rich land owner, whose
residence ana pars are situated ten
miles east of the SDrine-s. ran nflF
get married at 6 o clock: this morns
; The flying pair eloped in a buetrv
They ; made good? time' until Indian
1 -' mm m
creeK was reacneo. xne creek: was
very high, but an attempt was made
to ,, rora it. - w nen midway 01 f the
ftrearn the vehicle was washed over,
and ' the " occubants ;thFowh' in thn
water, .They lodged against a broken
tree in the middle of the creek. -The
youner man causht the vounsr crirl
the rushing waters were carrying her
down and held her. Fortunately,
just at the root of the tree there was
sumcient tootnoia ior Warrington
Btana. bo tnat tn wnwr nniv r-ama
up to -the armpits, but on either side
or mm it wass too deep and the cur
rent too strong for him to venture t
reach the shore. He held AlinA in hia
arms for two hours before they were
"discovered. . The position was made
more unpieaaaii; by the sun pouring
rays upuu vuem fortunately,
when the buetrv was avArturnfH an
umbrella was thrown in reach Qt the
vounsr man. and ha mnacrpfl ts niwn
and hold it oyer the lady.
' ' Novel as ,waa the catastrophe, the
rescue was evfea i more noveU , A
young " man; although the risk was
great, swam a strong horse to the
place, and the imperiled youth and
maiden hung on to the animal's tail,
and were brought back safely.. The
girl's father caught up with the pair
at the creek, and the wedding did hot
take place. -
New York, June 26 The weekly
bank statement shows:
Reserve decrease.. . . . .$ 1,357,150
Loans increase. . . ;s . 3,672,600
Specie decrease..... ..... 1,568,100
Legal tenders increase., 1,240,300
Deposit increase;, ... . ; 4,119.400
Circulation decrease .... 23 000
The banks now hold $14,354,275 in
excess of 25 percent ruleiis?:
The : President at ITort Monroe..
Fort Monroe, V., June 28, The
yacht Corsair with the President and
party on board arrived at one 0, clock
this a ternoon. They made a circuit
of the roads and then stood out to
A THBILLISG ADTESTUBE.
The - SfriUers Train; Pursues a
Train Loaded With Police and
Detectlves.An Exeiting Chase
The Capture. . - , - "
Chicago, June 26. The railroad
company was engaged this morning
111 euueavunug tu. ciear ine tracss
south of Forty-third street, of the
wrecked trains which remained there
over night. : Nearly all the tracks
from Forty third to Fifty-Fifth
streets were : blocsed this morning
with partially overturned cars. Traf
fic on both the Lake Shore and Rock
Island roads was delayed in conses
quence of the'blockade. By-10 o'clock
the tracks had been pretty thorough
ly ., cleared. : During , the night the
round-houses and other property ot
the Lake chore - was guarded by
Pinkerton's police, and members of
the town of Lake police, force A
Lake Shore engine, in charge of the
regular crew, left the round-house
shortly after 12o'clock Two cabooses
were attached to it. " On each caboose
.were about fifteen town of Lake
police, - and twenty of iPmkerten's
men. The train proceeded at a rate
no faster than a walk until the
arrival at Enelewood. when the off!
cers mounted the cow-catchers of
both engines and the platforms of the
cabooses and the train started off at
a rate of two miles an hour. A crowd
of strikers had rushed ahead, of the
train while it was proceeding at a
slow rate, and at a dead run set out
for Englewood. As the train's speed
was 1 accelerated the crowd -' was
soon passed; and a storm of stones
and cinders were thrown into tne men
outside of the engines and cabooses
A cry of rage went up from the
throats of the mob as the- engines
dashed by. Soon the Chicago, Mil
waukee and 8t. Paul engine, and one
belonging to the Nickle Plate road.
passed the crowd of strikers. ; The
engines were on the way to Engle
wood yards to do some switching tor
the road to which they belonged, but
as they passed the crowd! they were
boarded by one hundred , tunous
men. who without ceremony took
undisputed ' possessi on of it. r Then
began one of the most exciting races
on record. The pursuers and the
pursued sometimes ran ax the rate of
fifty miles an hour. - Matt Pinkerton
stood on the rear platlorm of the
train and threatened the men on the
pursuing ..engines with his revolver,
but without erlect. rhe pursuing
engine arrived within a few feet of
the caboose when the Town of Lake
police lumped inside and closed and
locked the door behind them leaving
Matt Fmkerton and three or bis men
with newspaper reporters on the rear
Huge lumps of coal sailed through
and followed by three or four coup
ling pics, and a Pinkerton man fell
headlong from the platform. Crackr
crack, went Matt Pinkerton s revol
ver and a striker fell from the engine:
The Btrikers jumped like sheep, with
the exception of a dozen men, at the
nrst nre. irossiDiy otners, gave Big
nab to the engineer to go ahead
Another shower of ' stones which
smashed the windows of the
caboose without i doing ' serious
damage to- any one on
on the platform and more revolver
shots, also apparently without effect.
were find by the officers, and iust
then the pursuing engines caught up
to and coupled on the Lake . Shore
train. The strikers engines were re
ve?6ed and the coupling pir.s snap
ped like so many p eces of glass. The
Lnke Shore train was stopped just as
the engine again approached at full
head i f steam and struck the rt ar
caboose a blow that threw . the then
thoroughly frighted policemen to the
floor and shivn d every pane of glass
in the cars lho ponce left the dan
eerous ercund and held a Darlev
with the strikers, the result of which
was that the four engines and two
cabooses were pulled back to Root
street crossing - ;
, On the caboose, besides the police,
were General Freight Agent Blodgett,
Superintendent Amsdeu aud Yard-
master Jones. Returning with the
captured caboose and engines, the
crowd overturned several box cars
on the tracks, b ockading the two
mam tracks. The crowd- alone the
tracks threw stones and' other mis
siles through the windows of the ca
booses. ' Persons inside sought refuge
under tables and benches and escaped
serious injury. The arrival at 41st
street was hailed with cheers by great
crowds 01 striker and their ' sympa'
tbizers aesenlbled there. The engine
went into the round-house, leaving
tne caboose on the side track.
Accounts vary as to the effect' of
the detective's nro upon the pursuing
strikers. There seems no room for
doubt that some' strikers were shot.
The police and detectives suffered no
injuries, but few slight bruises.
NbwLondox, Cohn, June 26, In
tne Harvard and Columbia, boat race
Columbia. won, time 21:30 3 4; Har
vards time was 22:03 1 4 "
Houses Rented. ;
Bonaes rented and rente ooUeotad, In the "
ldrerOfled tree of obarge. -:
CHABLOTTEBIAL BSTATI AGENCY, :
.. .' B. . eOCHRAKB. Msnanr.
- M V T1 StTMt Trout OtltTHl HoteL
THE BEST STOCK OF GrOOfS IN
THE CITY IN OUR LINE. ;
A; R. & w. b;nisbet,
.Mrs. Joe Person's Rejnedy ,
Ifl stllf the best Blood Purlflpr on the market -jXQ-
B. JtfADSN. Wholesale Drttlst,
- fllmn'oaf Unat .xin TfvMi n
m Tv Wastes no in; Ol-an it Beady foe
Threshing Engine and How Powers
Sob Mil Iu n n o... . .... : n
owiiur noyivmenis ueneraiiy
Send lor Illustrated otitalogue - - 7 . .. .
' A. II. P tROf'IIA S.
Penncylvanla Agricultural Works, . . York. Pa.
ST, HSBT'S SCHOOL,
THU ADV1MT TERM. THE NINTH 9KMT
A annual sesskm. begins Thursday, September
win, nvw. ' ivnsaisiuKue auuress cue tisoior,
June26d2in Bey. BENNKIT SilSDtS, k.y
BICYCLE FOR SALE
ONK COLUMBT1 HU3TANO - INCH Bt
cycie for rile cheap.- In ierfect o? i!er. It U
selling. .H or turther particulars apply to or ad-
)uoe?6d2t Care Observer. Charlotte, M.'c.
BY MUTUAL OONSKNT. OW MIT 81ST. 1886.
the profeaslonal co partnership of un 'jones
Graham, was fllswled. a B persons fade toed
10 them are notified to oall and settle wiul a B
- J. B JONSS. M. D. . ' .
JOSEPH txBAHAM, M. n.
- . ; , 81MMON8 b. jowisTk. n.
themselves tor the practlee of "HS'
JunelStUm bIMM03 B. 10nU. M? b.
A Man o
The Doctor says: When Mr. James Edwards, or
Senola, Ga., began to take "Gulnn's Pioneer Blood
Benewer," I saw him. -He was covered, body and
extremities, with a characteristic sjphUlltlc erup
Uod that seemed to have baffled all treatment.
saw him the seeend time In about ton days, when
be was so changed In appearance by having the
scales removed and the eruptlens healed, that
barely knew him, and In a remarkably short time
lie was relieved ot all appearance ot the disease.
K. a PBSWBY, M. D.
Spalding county, Ga. . " . ,
Flesh Producep and Toaic !
mm BLOOD -' HEWER
Cures all Blood and Skin Diseases:
oueumausm, ocroiuia, uia uores.
A Perfecl Spriflg Medicine.
If not in your market it will be lor
' : warded on receipt of price. . " .
Oil BLOOD SKH
IIACON MEDJGINE COMPANY,
fTillS SE A8O .N"
- -!' -.. ' . . " " r
Wc: lave v Jnst Arranged
AND PLACED ON SALE :
-.y White Marseilles Vesta at 35 cents. -White
Mareeill s Vests at 65 cents.
Striped Coats fast colors at 35 cents -
- 1 Office Coats-Seersucker effects at 35 cents.
: . , Boys1 CoatSr-Seersucker effects at 25 cents.'
"'-Boys' Knee Pants at 25 cents- -
. Roys' Knee Pants at 35 cents. '
' B6ys' Kbee Pants at 50 cents.'' ' '
" Boys' Shirt Waistsat 25 cents. "
. . Boys' Shirt' Waists at 35 cents. - - .
- Boys' Shirt Waists at 50 cents. " -; -
: Boys' Linen Suits at cut prices.. V
: n-Mens' Linen Coats at cut prices. -r;..Men8'
Linen Pantsat cut prices." - '
THE TEB I ITEKAL SEWSB OF Till: TERM,
E. D.'L'ATTA & BRO.
Xfiii Stf 7 U urAtJentinSn the large and extensive' stock of
l0' Que'y,8 Trade 8--o to.the
i NEW HIGH ARM-:
Exclusively irf her Dress Making Department, after using other machihPB
ail maphinPH - '
CATAWBA :-: SPRINGS,
.. . . . i. " 1:.-' :
.CATAWBA CO., IV. C.
This justly celebrated waterlnir -place Is now
Open tot the accommodation o! the public. .
New Buildings have teen erected, acd the rooms
have been refiited aud refurnlsbd with new fur
niture.; , ' ' !'-' .
The management promise the bast attention
possible, ami the table will be supplied wlttt the
best that the market affords.
THE 'MEDICAL PROPERTIES " OF
THE WATERS UNRIVALED
' : - !
lTor Diseases of the Llvr, Dyspepsia. Rhenmntlsm,
Kldi,er; an 1 Urinary Diseases; and General De
blllty ana Nerv .lis Prostration, and a Healthier
Location noi to be found. . .
BATH HOUSES OMPLEIE t
"Pool Shower and Warm Sulphur; and Turkish
Hot Air, Yi.ppr and Medicated Baths, when de
slrel. 1 - . '
411 amnsemeots usually toot at; first class Wa
terinj? Piaces. --?.- - - . .
.. . i , DB IS. O ELLIOTT.
B. B WADDELL WIFE. . Proprietor.
; "f . f - ' Managers. : -t
f may308at,sunwed4irllm .
. y PRICE OF-i-:?
'li t BIN I
Al fa swurfAv' monnfosAriDlnM anil
fv 2 advertising Ptmphlet with
. iin j-isire uew Price List, sent free by ,.
BIJKNI1 AW WltOS , YORK. PA.
. Tot are allowed a free Mai tf thirty data ot the
:? M Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic. Belt nM
Electric Suspensory Appliances, for the nwedr
' flSf and Prmnent.eur(( Of Artxn Debility. Iom
or vitalxty and Manhood, and all kindred troubles.
BOvJ7deodAw7m ' ,V -
Sirs. JToe Person! Remedy :
Is stin the best Blood Purifier In the market '
.j.-:$r.- JNO. H. Mc ADEN. Wholesale druggist
V y y
'V "J 4
t ' ) -ARE
VERTICAI. FEED -
OP WIS ; , ' mAGWIMM
c you notDinS- Supplies for
. . , ' i General Agent. Trade St
a EN seeking Health
itrength and Energy
ibduld avoid- Dru?s,
ecret Medldne&r etc ,
inisend for -Tlifj Ee
lewV' or 'Health aud
itrenpth.. Begalned,") a
arge Illustrated Journal
nbilihed entlrtly for
It treats o;; hral!h, hy
erie, physical culture
inl medical sub j -eta and
a complete ei.cjcloi se
lla nf fnfnrmailrwv fA.
tuflerlng humanity afBlo-
01 With lnnv sfgnHtni
vAttauBiic BOU piUlUUl Q1S-
eases. . -. -- 4 ,
: 40UNG AND MIDDLE AGED MEK, and oth
ers wno suffer from nervous and physical debility,
exhausted vitality, premature decline, etc. are es
pecially benefitted by consulting- Its contents.
Every iblng such sufferers wish to know is fully
alven In Its pages. - if m need of medical aid or
counsel, read it before 'doctoring" or tnvestlbg
In medicines or appliances of any description, and
you will save time, money and disappointment If
oslng medicine or medteal treatment ot any kind,
read it and learn the better way . ,
THE BEV1EW exposes the frauds practised by
quacks and medical imposters who profess to
"practice medMnc," and points out the only sate,
simple anol effective road to health, vteof and
bodily emrgy. - f - v - y ? i
jEleptric Belts and all -curative appliances are
treated upon; an about them which are genuine,
whloti are bogus. Beits on thirty uay s trial (?)
and other fallacies reviewed. Thousands of dol
lars saved nervous debility Bufferers and others by'
the advice lven-r THE BEVlEW:4a now In Jto
nmth year of publication.. Complete specimen
copies mailed free. Address, naming thlB paper.
I - - , PDBLI3HEB3 BE VIEW, s;
1161 Broadway, Hew York.
MZWiVPiJ now or preserve our address. 5 ? "is.
NO BISTORIs n:Mm
Wipes Satan (the Brst abolitionist on record) from
government, society and religion. Th worl4
needs one political oreanization and one church to
mnf he ld Har and murderer. Bock sent by
matt, Immediately on receipt of orders: $2 per
?' n V!L? ortnbest. Write distinctly to E B.
McCaU, Pnb'r. , 10 East 14th Street, New York:
DO NO MORE -WHITEWASHING
f - ..- ,
- . . .. NOT WHEN
Can be had so cheap. Send for pamphlet and
color card, and learn Its merits. f
. . MAXWELL, HAZLEMT ft CO.;"
696 Washington Ave, Philadelphia, Pa ' .
324and 326 Pearl St., New York. ,
tPT SEN1 FOE dRCTJlUIL a ..;
Arainst me. must be presented atnia, n hm
after none made except n pen-on, or on wriftenj
bCHAEI.'oWCA 1kAa- :'mXZ"l
B. K. BRYAN
L J. WALKER. I CO,
. - Wholesale and Retail Grocer?.
liEW FIBJI f - IfIW 4 4n
ON the first day ot January,1886,the underaimAH
entered into a co-paitobwhlp tor th wISS4
ot carrying on.a . : . w mvm
: . .. .... . 5 i r- -
-I General G rocerj Basi i
At the old stand of 8priues & PurwBil
Tryon 4 Jouru, stitsT wl to, S :
experience, to meet the demands 0 the tradi 3 ;
give satisfaction to our customers. : '
We wlll keepon hand at aU tunes afuli stocky
Which wffl be delhtered In any part ott
We wrn not be undersold in the Charlotte market
- . ' V; i a. .v-.. - ; w' - , .
JZh,?rB5a00,w8onT'ln the rear nf
owstore for the. accommodation of t. outLtS. ,
L J. WALKER & W.
i w iwei on Trade street, runnine back
LJ to F0Qrtn 8tret. oonta'ning two ston
Sbuft-W'3S?lDll,g Pr0perty 0,W
' -, - t- - ' . 'i v-
1 0T wrnerCbnege snd Fifth ' streets, 1 46- feet
L front; 123 feet deep. Price $700. ;
lOTaon College street, (one containing two
f story brick store.) Lot 198 feet deep. prJS
H OUSTS XND LOT next 'to Charlotte Hotel. 2
story frame building. Price 5,0QO
fi i43t'-,near B,w,e Institute on the
MO C USB. Price $25.00 per acre.
TT.VSD corner Third nd College
ULBJ' two Btor trane dwatltog; 18 rooms.
ITyPSJAND LOT on Sixth street, near R. 4
fifi7 ' OK (one half heavily tim-
iL'SredW.n SJon oounty on C. C. Railroad
3 miles from Mt. Houy. Ptiee $W.per acre. t
UDO AUKKH OF T. iTJTl Hin XInr.oM-..,
W one-half In timber land and about 60 seres
in bottom land. Price $1U per acre.
.fx - ; 1 i '
BRTJDING, FURNITURE, . MAT TBESSKS,
Linen, Mosquito Nets and Crockery at re
' Ti?rees Magnolia Hams, 12 lbs average.
' 'I y TleroesMa'noI,aHam8. 14 lbs average.
1 i ) Tlerce8 Taylor Hams, 14 lb average,
1 0 (( Ci&a l!5.0 t0 S25-00 Per thousand.
l.vrv v v
: ' AJSD x I-
BLOOD HUMORS I
HUMILIa TINS Eruptions, Itchlngs and Burn-
every species of Itching, Scaiy. Pimply, Inherited,
oorutuicHw ana uoniagious Diseases o( the Blood,
Skin and Scalp, with Loss of Hair, from inf ancy to
Old ag 1. ares.posttively cured by Cuticcra, the great
Beautifler externally, and Coticoha Brklvkiit,
. . t - nun? aa juatHU uu a
Klrin HIOABOA Him rindAM .Nll1 U ...
was covered with scabs and sores, antf the itching
and burning were almost unbearable,- Seeing
your wjttcuba jxuiEDUts sohjghly recommended,
concluded to give them a trial,, using tneCunctneu
and Cotioura oap externally, and Besolvsct
' ...... . .uu. .hiviihm. i. vou iHjocif.
cured, in gratitutde for which makaj thla. pnollc-
; i -I MBS ULkJiAiA. RIKDKIUCK. :
Broad BBOoxfCoMN. : . . jt1:' : j
Kar nnrl Nulr 'rti(rh th- wi.a mka nt
yaur remedies, pronounced one of the worst cases
fl O f- ho1 A1UM nHln B4 . a. 1 I I .
wins uctu WUIC UHUOr UiB LIULIOO, XXV WXVIbW 1110
to try your Cuticuba Bsmkdiks, and after' five
riflVa' tlfiO tnv OAoln art it now- a nAA An .
T-'-rf BMV BtHB V UMJ ItWO VTD1 C Wl"
tirely cured Aud I hope In another week to have
vcuo, cuiu we utuBT Vy vi mi liux cureu
IX B. ita Stbebt, Niw York, w ...
ITCHIIVQ DISEASBi CURED
YTlTlTlTD A- atOTl a at tVlA hanJ 3 nnnanl.
ally is taig the case with the Cuticuba Soap.
nan uHU Bu unusuauy good sale - this summer,
owing to the prevalence of an aggrava ed form of
Itch through some localities in the country, in
which the Cuticuba Kkmboiks proved satisfactory..
j - T --vlWili. illi,l.Uggi8i..
UMIOHTOWH, JS.YV . . . :
l'l:f flTlCURA REMEDIES
Are sold by all drueglats. Price: CraiouRA 5Q
cents; Bssoi vknt. $100; Soap, 25 cents. Prt teb
DruoawoChmicalCc, Boston, Send for "Bow
to CureJ3kiB Diseasak j ,1 sv ; -- .
' B " A U iSeOTi Com and Skm bT osmg
T" 'If -THB SKWINfll JIACHINK IS THE
r vomM-vup .Mums .''mj oti
t Kidney "ilns73ctlta, Chel Pains, .
' JtStVMlttKa fflUlnnaniipslloBi tne CPTf "
SUM aoPaij,Pla8tkb is. inf aillble r8&c.
h. 3. WALKBB
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