North Carolina Newspapers

    VOLUME XXXIV.
CHARLOTTE, N. C TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1886
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
TO-DAY.
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50 all-wool Cashmere Shawls in cardinal,
light blur, cream and prink at 1 10.
0?ie lot of black; all-wool Jerseys at 85c;
1 00 white Canvass Belts at 8 cents
10 pieces of Dress Ginghams at 6 cent?.
Our 25c Child's Lace Caps at 19c.
Our
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BROTH BUHLDI1VC1.
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For Jliis Wc k Only.
My entire stock ol
HOUSE FURNISHINGS
it a big discount No housekreper should (all to
take advantage of the low prices.
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TABLE LINENS,
DOILIES, TIA CLOTHS,
towels SHaaTraea, .'.: -
NOTTTKUrlAM AMD
TiPKSTEY CTJBTAIN8, -.
CRKTONJ, EFPS,
BUGS, CABFXTS, KLOOB
4TABLK0ILCLOTH3.
Come and Get the Prices.
T. L. SEIGLE.
GREAT
: la Egyptian Lawn, Linon DeDecca, Linon Delnde, India Linon Persian
Lawns and various other WHITE DRESS GOODS. Special inducements
in ladies . ..-- ?- ... -:
mohair and linen ulters
f3ome early and secure a bargain. ..'.
. SE.IL. EiEESILEEI. & CO.
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CBVEt4SD MJSERAli SPRINGS
Are novr open for the reception of ylsltors
TRESS SPRINGS
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Are H miles west of 6hwlott.,l miles from Shel
by, N . C. and only 1 mile frofn rqllna .Central
Bailwsy, where a nw depot has been erected and
beauatullr llnUbed for the bened, of . -
Visitors to tbe Spriogs.
Pleatj of Ice seenred tor the season,
COLO AND BOT II AT OS.
A good string band has been employed for the
"TheteblewtUbe furnished with the very bt
the market affords. . .v.
Hacks win be at the Springs station on the ar
rlM of evsry train. .- ..v,
Far farther Information addrgM V,
ui.eidtf'v ' : Ptoprietor.
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BUTTON, CONGRM & LiGE SHOES,
. Gents' Fine Hand-Made and Machine Sewed
BOOTS, BUTTON AND LACE 1 ALS,
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Silk, Soft and Stiff. Hats,
TRUNKS, : .
VALISES and
GRIPSACKS,
UMBRELLAS OF ALL KINDS,
SHOE BLACKING AND BRUSHES.
Alma Polish' for. Ladies' i fine hoes.
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Stock always kept lull and
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Sknxral passkmsxb Omffl, ,
aALiaBDttT.N.C., ian.16, 1886.
Commencing Sunday, January 17th, an super
ceding all others, the following agef ln
schedule will be operated opr vxp
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BAST.
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MAIN LINE
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Bound Kaob,
Black Mountain,
sshevllle,
Alexander's, :
Marshall,
Warm Springs,
6.22
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1.81
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11.52
10 64
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6 54
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8.25
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WEST. I MUBPHY DIVISION. I ' EAST;
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Stations
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1L21 1L2 Pigeon fi'yer, ; ,
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1.49 1.69 Hall, : " .
9 2s 2.29 Plrra,
9 89 2.4l WetWter Station,-
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4.15 4,21 Charlj'iiton,
6.06 . -8.06 Nanrha!a,
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4 89
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8.12 8.17
2.25
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11.45 11.46
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V. B-McBm. superintendent . .
cured at bn wim-
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AT WASHINGTON.
MR. HENOEB80H OH THE
BLAND AMESDME5T.
A Hanpy, If Partial. Solution of
tbe ' Sllyer QuestionA- Great
IVortn Carolina ; Inrenter in
Town niorements of North Car
olina Members. ;, - . .
Correspocdenoe of Thb Objsbteb
Washington, June 28. The Bland
amendment to .the sundry civil bill
which puts millions of silver coin
cetifieates into circulation, and which
was 'adopted .in committee of the
whole by a large majority, '"s deemed
a very happy solution or partial so
ution of the vexed problem
of what to do with silver. Instead
of writing up the gossip in general
which one hears on the subject, I
prefer to state the views of that clear
headed member. John S. Henderson
of the 7th district. "I think," he
says, "that this amendment is about
the beet piece of work lately done by
Congress. Ic gives the people at ona
and the - same time a coin and, a
paper currency. The ones,twos and
fives w ilK circulate freely because
they are handy.; They are surer
but silver in its representative and
not; tangible form. The money is
abroad; and yet it is under lock and
key, safe from everything that cor
rupts and destroys. The idea is not
new by any means. It is as" least as
old as Mr. Calhoun and . the sub-
treasury period of our history. You
will perceive that there is this differs
ence bavween a coin certincate and
bullion certificate; in the former
the government gets the benefit of
the small sum paid for coinage. With
free coinage .the government would
not jreceive this at present with lims
ited silver coinage. The silver coins.
whether actually in r circulation or
representatively through the certifi
cates, pay a certain amount into the
treasury. I will not ; go into the
question oij suver ; depreciation or
gold apfsteoieteon, but will remark
that this measure will have the'
effect of equalizing things in this
way. The silver will be in the treass j
ury to meet tne ceruncates, wnicn
will go out to the people and be the
ordinary curency in trade. The gold j
will still remain there as it has done
all along to pay the indebtness of the
government. Gradually as foreign I
powers relax their, opposition to sil
ver and gold ceases to be the stand
ard abroad we shall have the double
standard in full operation here. By
force of the Bland ameiidment it will
be seen that the people will secure a .
portable silver currency, the govern
ment not lose its royalty in coinage
and the creditors of the government
receive their money in gold. Anoth
er thing the loss by destruction of
bills which is inevitable in the use of
paper, will benefit the government,
while the people,' t whom belongs
the government,; will not complain,
since they have the v.seof a currency
all along needed, but neyer until now
exactly realized, because of the con
trol of the gold men over , the finan
oial policy of : the Administration
under all parties." i i "
Mr, Henderson concluded with this
observation ; : ."These , certificates
ought to have been issued in such
arge numbers beforel , I believe they
will form the very best currency, for
they are, unlike greenbacks, repre
sentatives of money hard money
such as ourpeople always liked,, and
always will like.'' ;
All of our Kepresentatiyes, an
many other intelligent persons with
whom I have talked, agree that Mr:
Randall's position m proposmg a
tariff bill after votmg that the sub
ject was inopportune apd must npt
considered, is more inconsistent
and less defensible on any ground
than any movement be bag ever
made. "
Therj is no absolute certainty that
anvthine will be attempted in the
way of tariff reform at this , session
But thr is almost a certainty that
no bill whatever, can be considered
very long in the House, the temper
of which is as restiva and discontented.
on this mala question as it ever was.
The telegraph will post your readers
as to what follows, but I do not think
there will be any'. development n the
week now: opening at variance wjth
this prognostication. The members
all 'want to adjourn as soon as.practi-
cable. .
un accouni, ot nis uum pruWuouv;
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n nn.t.innA.1 wtlitiiw and his connec -
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tion with the family of Col. Green,
Judge David Davis's demigo is much
discussed among our Carolina colony.
D,r, R, . Gatling, formerly o
Gates county, and theinventOf of the
great Gatling gun, is now in the city.
He says that he has about ready a
modification of his ma.chine gun, in
tended to be used by the police iu the
large cities n the ocoasion : ot riots.
It is on the same principle as the big
gun for street and field use, but the
barrels are only twelve inches long,
and the wbele concern, when mount
ed on a light wagon, will not weigh
i. !...:; TTJ-
mora than ntty pounds. :.. ab
0.1.
notion is to have two or fchre of
these guns (or instant use in times of
mob exoitement. They will fire a
thousand shots in a minute, which
would be suffiicient to put terror into
the hearts of the bravegt njcbistg.
The knowledge that sucu.; terrible
weapons- awaited . them would
doubtless prevent a recurrence of
gcenes like those occurring at Ohica
go and Milwaukee,' Dr. Gatling is in
the full-wigor of his remarkable pow
curs and see ma determined to improve
the dreadful art of war off the face of
the earth.
i - According to the eport of . thesu
perintendent of public buildings, the
cost of certain improvements in
North Carolina is thu& ascertained:
Greensboro cost of site, $13,000; cost
of recording deeds and other " legal
papers, &c.;v 1350; plans 5 and
draughts, $2,680.19.- Total cost itb
December 1st, 1885, $65,500. The
new appropriation of $9,000 finishes
the work, which is required to be
done by June 30th, 1887. The esti
mate for the Wilmington building up
to December 1st, 1885, is $7,000. V
Representative Skinner went home
Friday night with :Jiis wife and chil
dren. His leave of absence' expired
tomorrow. -Mr Skinner- has some
thing of a fight for renomination on
his hands, hut his friends say that he
will be victorious. - j
The news from General Cox's dis
trict is not even' so hopeful for his
renomination as it was sometime ago.
But he is not discouraged at the odds.
He has been encouraged by., the nu
merous and cordial notices of his re
cent action in Congress1 and.endorsa-
ment of his career as a Representa
tive by the leading press of the coun
try, as well in his own State, as in
distant commonwealths. Touching
the civil service; business Gen. Cox
has done nothing to merit displeasure
from rational mtn. I know ia say
ing this I stir up the hornets, but I
do not fear their anger. - They may
sting to his political death a sensible
and faithful son of the State, but it
is beyond their power to injure the
giant cause of reform. -
Colonel John W-Cunningham, the
venerable Senatorfrom Person, was
in the city yesterday on his way to
Philadelphia. ......
. Collector Yarborough and Agent
Battle are here on official bussiness.
Rev. Mr. Westen. late rector of the
Hickory Episcopal church, is tempor-'
arily in the city. He proposes soon
to go .to his new charge twenty miles
from New York city. 1
r Miss Nannie Lewis is spending her
ehoot vacation with friends i "Vance
4wty.:'...v h
; The family of Mr. Graves' will go
out in a fewdays to Western Caroli
na. He is an employee of the Interior
Departments ' V
. Your types got those Reeds mixed
up in my letter of tbe 22d. It was
Tom Reed, Republican, of Maine, who
'undermined" Hiscock'8 position, and
Jim Reid, Democrat, of North Caro
lina, who bothered Morrison. Mr
McKinley tried a flank and not a
'flesh'' movement, although the dif
ference is immaterial. Yin the same
letter Miss Sewell, who assisted Mrs.
Vance vX the-receptionbf the North
Carolina press, . is printed Miss,
"Sevis." The supper was- bountiful,
not "beautiful" and elegant. Nev
ertheless it was. not wanting in beau
ty of arrangement and : certainly
there was beauty of face and form at
the festive hoard that night.
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STATE NEWS.
News . and tjbserver; The news
triven a week or go ago, about the
laying cf the track from Hamlet into
South Carolina, is well rounded. A
force of hands are now leveling the
road bed of thBPalmetto road from
Hamlet to Cheraw. and the laying of
the track will begin in a few weeks.
it is now definitely stated. It looks
very much like Raleigh will soon be
on a tnrougn line. ... .
The governor has declined to issue
paraon8in tne ion wing cases: james
P. Henslev. convicted of manslaugh
ter in Buncombe county, at tbe ial)
term, 1885, and seateneed to five
tmts in the nenitentiarv: David
jwinson, Martin county, slander Ql
an innocent woman, spring term.
1886. six months in iau; teeter U pi
lars, Aamance county, assault and.
hattery.snnng term. iby.si3 BR0ma
Asheville Advance: Mr. John G.
Bvnum. of Morganton. appeared be
fore Judee ShipD yesterday, with a
petition and affidavits asking h&t
the commissioners of Burke county
be restrained from ; declaring the re
sult of a recent election in that "coun
ty, on a proposition to subscribe one
hundred thousand collars to a rail
road v It ia beloved that the commis
aionerg may declare the proposition
carriea, wnoreas tne petitioners al
lege that the requisite number of votes
was jnot obtained. Un bearing the
matter Judge Shipp refused to grant
the retraining odeFi
Greensboro Workman: Major At
kinson we understand,will have ready
m a day or two his prohie aurvey ot
the rajlroadToutearom.tne;i;ape a ear
Yadkin valley liae to the cotton
nofU in imp river, reopre wno
1 DiixuJC Q nit? uyiio uuuuiua imiiuaun
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UiIQ YTilliy.
Wrimington'Starj Two "genUemen,
in the Star ;ofHce recently from On
slow county, were speaking of an ex-:
traordinary "bee tree," that was
feund the other day oy ju. m. Marsns
burn, Esq., a famous .hunter, living
about fifteen miles from Jacksonville.
Mry Marshburn out down the tree,
but it fell in a' stream known as
Nance's oreek. and a great deal of
the honey was lost; the water of the
creek, so the story - goes, "being
sweetened for miles." Mr. Marsh-
burn, however, managed . to secure
about sixteen gallons ot honey anfl a
bushel tub lull oiicomu, alter six
teen persons h&d eaten theirtfiU of it.
- Warrenton Gazette : Oxford and
Oxford township, onvThursday the
10th inst, voted almost unanimously
a donation of sixty thousand dollars.
to the uxrorcnesc ; uiarksvuie railroad
company, ;: This is a progressive, en-
terprisina and liberal i people. They
know hat to make money and huild
up their town tney must spena
money uoerauy, i xhey teacn some i
others a lesgon, that might be learned
Itn proft. j r.y? " -
Pwattive Dire:'or Piles. c
Totnd people of this oounty we would say we
have been given the agency of Dr. MarcnM'g Italian
ptin ointment emDhatlcallr Kuaranteed to care or
mnriAY rohinded 1b tern al. external, blind. Jaleed-
ing Or Hffnlng piuso.. nmt buq. a uva. o snmm, m
tortile M L." B. Wrlston, druggist, Charlotte j
B.O. ' -. ; . , , juurwooiy
W n AT Til EY WANT.
Tbe Knigbts of Labor Committee
Submit Their Wants to Con
frress.
Washington, June 25 The corns
mittee of the Knights of Labor ap
pointed at the meeting of the General
Assembly held at Cleveland, Ohio,
have sent a long letter to Speaker
Carlisle, copies of which have also
been sent to Representatives Randall
and Morrison.- The letter says: At
a special session of the General Ass
sembly of the Knights of Labor held
at Cleveland, Ohio, May 25 to June 4,
1886, a committee of three, consisting
of Mesarn. . Ralph Beaumont, James
Campbell and John J. Macarthay,
were . appointed to visit the Capitol
during tbe present session of Congress
for the purpose of asking that body
to pass laws to carry out the princi
pies as laid down in our platform of
principles, a copy of which we inclose
to you. . The committee have selected
a few. measures and embodied them
in the memorial looking to that end,
and have sent out several thousand
to their different branches throughout
the country fol signatures and en
dorsements from the people, and we
expect to be able in a few days to
present your : body these petitions
with an indorsement of at least five
hundred thousand signatures.
The following is a brief summary of
the petition. They ask the passage
of
First. House"bill No. 7867. repeal
ing the timber culture, preemption,
and desert land acts.
Second. House bill No. 7021. for the
adjustments of railroads and other
land-grants.
Third. Bdls forfeiting all ; railroad
land-grants the conditions of which
have not been strictly complied with.
Jj ourth. House bill organizing the
Territory of Oklohama. : . . I
Jb uth , Senate bill - opening . the
Sioux reservation to the settlement.
Sixth. Bdl prohibiting aliens from
holding lands in the United States.
tjeventh. Bills making the presi
dential ann congressional election
days holidays, and punishing brib
ery. ',; ,,
Eighth.: Bill directing disbutbrses
ment of at least $200,000,000 of the
Treasury surplus and substituting
Treasury notes for bank notes res
tired.
The party of which vou' are " a
member is in the maioritr Mine
forty .votes, and we therefore loek to
the majority party to enact the legis
lation to make. these measures a part
of the law of the land."
In making these requests we feel
that we are not enunciating anv new
doctrines ; but, on the contrary we
find the groundwork of nearly evert
one of them laid down in the Demo
cratic platform adopted at Chicago
in 1884. on' which the present mar
jorwy of the dominant party was
elected. We find that paragraph 3
of our memorial is fully covered by
the document, as follows.
"We believe that the public lands
ought, as far as possible, to be kept
as homesteads for actual settlers:
that all unearned lands heretofore
improvtaentlv granted to railroad"!
corporations by the action of the Re
publican party should be restored to
the public domain, and that no more
grants of land shall be made to cor
porations or be allowed to fall into
the ownership of alien absentees."
We also hnd that the last para
graph in our memorial ought to meet
with your hearty approval from the
following, which we copy from the
Chicago platform: "That a change is
necessary is proved by an existing
surplus of - more than $100,000,000,
which has yearly been collected from
the suffering people."
iherelore again we say, m request
ing the passage of these measures.
that we are not asking anything from
the dominant party, on,ly to fulfill
the promises it ma.de to the people
when it was seeking their suffrages,
by which jt" obtained its present ma
jority. We are informed that at a
caucus of the members of the domi
nant pwty in the House, held on
Thursday, June 4th, you were ap
pointed one of a committee of three,
whose amy it is to shape legislation
that is to come before the House
during Ihe balance of this session;
hence we present to you this letter
convey ing. to .you the desires of our
constituencies, .We do not ask your
party to support tnem. we only
look to you and your party to see
tnat tne measures are brought for
ward and submitted to the House for
its action, and we are willing to, trust
them to the good judgment of the
members, regardless of party,
We remain, your a respectfully,
JOHS McC ARTHEY, ' -
r Rauh Beaumont, Secretary.
Chhirman. .
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B. n. ALBXANDKB & CO.,W. J. FKIOAT, " '
JchsCalubk C. Scott.
E, a. McGhnnq. . s. M. Howell.
L J. Walkkr Co.. Ddls fc Schkokdkb. :
witkeks fc Russell i
Every nabkaira. bears our TiAil Trarln MarV and
It guaranteed absolutely pare.
f G. CASSABD & SON,
I. .i Baltimore, Md.
WAHS1 SPBINttS HOTEL
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
THK NEW HOTEL AT WARM SPRIN&S, N.
O.. win be open for the reception of guests on
June SOth. for particulars as to terms, baths, Ac ,
address n B P. CHaTFIKLO,
h Warm Springs, N C.
" - Also of Highland Park Hotel, Aiken; s. c;"
3nnel7d3iv i
! WAV. " "
lOFFIOT OF SCPKRISTKNBSIJT, 1 '
. I Wilmington, N. C, Jan. 6, 1886. J
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
ON AND AFTEB SEPT 27, 1885, THE FOLLOW
tne Schedule will be operated on this Ban.
PASSEN8EB; MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAINS,
DAILT EXCEPT SUNDAY. :
1 Leave Wilmington at.. . 7 nn u w
No. 1. Leave Raleigh at 7 85 r. m
1 Arrive at Charlotte at 7.30 a.
Leave Charlotte -at.:..; riro w
No. 2. Arnve at Raleigh at.t ......S.00 a.' m!
.. Arrive at Wilmington at.... 8.26 a. m.
LOCAL ?SEIGHT Passenger Car Attached.
Leave Charlotte at......... ..i.. 7.40 A, m.
Arrive Laurlnburg at ......... ........, 5 46 p. u.
Leave Laurlnburg at ... 6.15 a.m.
Arrive Charlotte at.. i 4.40 p. m
Leave Wilmington at k 6 45 a. m.
a mve at Lauriuburg at. ... j. ....... , .... B. 00 p. m.
Leave Laurtnhurg at i fi 30 a. m.
Arrive at Wilmington at.. .4 .....6.40 p.m.
Local Freight between' Charlotte and T.anrln-
burg Tri weekly leaving Charlotte on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays. Leave Laurlnburg on
luesdays, Thunaays and Saturdays.
Pasenger trains stoD at regular statinnn nniv
and Points designated In the 1Companj,s Time
SHELBT Division, PAS3ENGEB, MAIL. " E3
PRESS AND FREIGHT.
V (Dall except Sunday.)
Leave Charlotte at ..;..!........ 8.16 a. 1
Arrive at sserny at i. 12.16 p. m.
lieave Hneioy at 1.40 P. 1
Arrive at Charlotte at 5.40 P. i
Trains Nog. 1 and a make close nnnnnntlnn at
Hamlet with a. a A. Trains to and from Raleigh.
Through Sleeping Cars between Wilmington and
Charlotte and Raleigh and Charlotte.
T&Ke Train no. 1 tot atatesviiie. stations on
Western Ns O. K. B., Ashevtlleand points West
Also, for' Spartanburg, Greenvl!le, Athens, At-
lanut auu au puiua aoutnwest.
; L. C. JONES.
I - ; 1 Superintendent.
: F, W. CLARK, Gen ; Passenger Agent
!
BAZAAR
Glove' Fir Patterns
-ALL THE
LATEST STYLES
i
-FOR
Spring and Summer
-AT
4
r W Call and i
and Queens for .
ret one .of onr latest catalogues
une. '
-r- . COBNBD BEKF, OX TONGUE3, ; ".
.-1,
BUTTER A!l MILK OX ICE.
SM HOWELL.
the
hi
10
OUR
OUR. INDUCEMENTS
Never- disappoint purchasers. Therefore do not fail to call and see for your
telf, how many goods A DOLLAR expended at our store will buy. v .
AT COST,.
SILK OJLOVS
. -" IMPORTED SATTEEN9 AT 19 cents per yard. ' "
31 inch wide DOMESTIC SATTEENS AT 10 cents per yard.
We have reduced prices on our s
Ladies Muslin Underwear.
I. , . .''As a special offering'
THIS WEEK
We will allow on these goods .
A DiscooDt of 10 per cent
PAEASOLS STILL VERY CHEAP.
OUR
CLOTHING 101
Was quite lively last week!
o
o
-
AT -
Strictly Cost Price,
As we were Belling them last week,
FOUNO IJIAUfY 1 URC1IAS KRS.
Gents under wear and neck wear j
At Greatly Red uced 4 Prices.
w
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p
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' , - Still offers its stock " ,
AT STRICTLY COST PRICES. .
witt&owsiIt , :& mmm
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
HAIL ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
j. e.
OFFERS TO THE
Wholesale Retail Trade
FIVE TONS
Pure White Lead,
twenty Barrels
PURE LINSEED OIL,
A Large Stock of
Colors, Tarnies, Etc.
ALSO
ONE CAR LOAD
ALL AT CLOSE PEIOES.
- . '- r. ''"."''.. - . - "'. :
J. H. MoADEN,
WM
ieiwe Oil,
AT COST,
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19
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O
ROOM
OVER
LOW PRICES
Bfy stock Is now brim full of NEW GOODS of
every description, and I am prepared to sell them
cheaper than ever before. My specialties are
Silver and Silver-Plated Ware.
I also offer bargains la
DINNER SETS,.
DINNER SETS,
DINNER SETS, '
WATER SETS,
WATER SETS,
WATER SETS,
CHAMBER SETS,
CHAMBER SETS
CHAMBER SETS,
TEA
TEA
SETS,
SETS,
SETS,
TIN
TIN
-TIN;
8ETS,
SErs,
SETS.
TEA
-
JUST RECEIVED,
Fruit Jars, Jelly Tumblers, Fly Fans, Freezers. -Refrigerators,
Ice Chests. Water Coolers, Cgv
and other SEASONABLE GOODS. Call and be
convinced that you can save money."
B. B. HARTSFIEID, Agt.
ICE CO.,
CHARLOTTE, If ; C.,
OITT TBADII.
Until farther notion, on and nftor JnAula im.
1st, our city customers purchasing weekly tickets
will be furnished ice from the company :s delivery
wagon in such quantities as desired, from 5 pounds
ud. at the nnlfrom rate mice of M wnti n k,.
dred pounds. Those holding weekly tlekets of a
nigner price can exchange them at their optlen
with our ticket agents at the City Brag Stores for
the lower priced tickets. We are now manufactur
ing and offering to the trade at low rates, a super
ior quality of pure crystal Ice made from Mecklen
burg spring water thoroughly filtered.
SHIPPING PRICES.
Car load of 10 tons, ' . ' $5fjepertOB -From
6 to 10 tons, . - ..... . 6.00 per ten
From 1 to 6 tons, - ... . 7.00 per ten
600 to 1,000 pounds. : . - 60eitrl0Iha
100 to 600 pounds, ' - ; - ... 60c per 10 IUj
. we are now using the ee'eb rated Byatt Filter,
torough which all ihe water is passed before free
Ing, and the trade may rely upon all ie manutae
tured by us being as pure as it Is possible to naka
tt. Orders solicited and promptly filled. Lowest
freight and express rates secured for ? ensta.
may22dtf i ' HECXLEKBTJB& ICS CO, -
. Sirs. Joe Person's Remedy -
Is still the best Blood Purifier on the market. "
, , , iWX H. McADEN. Wholesale Druggist. -
WIWUUoBoe. DR. SCOTT'S ELEOTMO OOQlE.
m Broadway, Hew York. Xhe Only (SteouSS,
pr4oed9m ' , -
Great
Excitement
MECKLENBURG
    

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