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REDUCTION
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TARIFF TALK;
AIR. BAHDILL'8 NEW TARIFF
, BILL. -
P'ineipal Feature of the Meas'
nrc Reduction all Aronnd-.Ihe
V Morrison Men not Satisfied Tne
: Internal Revenue Incidentally
ConsideredPersonal, ifce :
Correspondence of Thk Observkr. .':
Washinoton. D. C. June 28. Mr.
Sam'l. J. Randall introduced his tar
iff bill' ih'tfae House today, and it' was
immedi itely referred to .the commit;
tee of - Wavs and Means, of which
Mr. JRandall is chairman .
"The bill," he says, "does not con
tain anything novel or extraordina
ry, and ia designed to build up mncb
needed industries, revive those 'that
are languisbing.and remove unequali-
ties in the existing laws." '. He does
not claim that the bill is a complete
or perfect measure ot tariff revision
but holds that it is a decided step in
the rieht direction, and a sufficient
iudtcation of the policy that should
be pursued in remodollmg the tariff
and revenue -laws. The; changes
in the rates propo3edare to go into
effect January, 1887. The additions
to the present free list are squared
timber, boards and lumber in the
rough, jute butts, and bristles. The
present law admitting live animals
imported for breeding purposes free
of duty,' is repealed. . -
The principal changes proposed to
be made in existing laws are as fol
lows: 'Planed timber, 10 per cent, ad
valorem ; iron and steel railway bars,
$13 per ton ;7 iron and steel T rails
and flat rails punched, $16 per ton
boiler iron cants per pound; sheet
iron 1 cent per pound ; horseshoe nails
and wire hails 3 cents per pound ;
iron or steel btams, girders and joists
1 cent per pound round iron 1 cent
per pound; lead in pigs and bars and
scrap lead H, cents per, pound ;lead
m sheets z eajats ; per pound ; rce,
cleaned, f nts per pound; u
cleaned, i cet per 'pound ; rice
flour, ric meal, and broken rice, 20
per cent, ad valorem ; .ready made
clothing, except knit goods composed
of cotton,- 40 per cent, ad valorem;
cotton cords; braids, gimpa, &c, 35
per cent ad valorem ; laces, embroid
eries,' trimmings, lace window cur
tains composed of cotton, and on cot
ton damask and handkerchiefs, 40
per cent, ad valorem.
-The bill repeals all forms of inter
nal revenue taxation upon tobacco of
every description,.; and all laws 're
striding its sale and disposition, by
farmers and producers after the first
of October next. It allows a draw
back or rabate of -the full amount of
taxes paid on tobacco of -every des
scription held byl manufacturers for
dealers at the time the repeal goes
info effeot. t also, permits, from and
after the passage of the act, the man
ufacture and sale of fruit brandies
and wines free, of internal revenue
axes. ; U ndr the head of silk, silk
gocd and leather gloves, the : bill
embraces- the ( recommendations of
Assistant Secretary Fairchild in his
tter of June 14th, 188Q, to the chair
man of the pommittee on ; ways and
means, already published. - . ,
Wools are divided into three class-
es, namely, ciotnmg, comoing ana
carpet wools. .On the nrst and seo
ond classes the duty is fied at Q
cents a pound and on the third class
three cents a pound. Washed wool
of the first class is to pay d.gubje
duty." and on - gcoqred wools of . all
classes the duty is fixed at three
times the - amount to which they
would be subjected if imported un
washed. On carded or combed wools
or tops the duty is fixed at 43 cents a
pound and 10 per cent, ad valorem.
Wools on the skin at the same rates
as other wools. Woilen ras, shoddy j
mungo, waste and , nocKs, iu cents a
pound. Wollen or worsted" cloths
and unenuinerated manufactures of
wool, valued at : not exceeding 6Q
cents a pound, 30 cents a pound and
35 ad valorem: between 60 and 80, 35
and 35 ad valorem; above 80, 5 and
30 ad valorem. Paonels, blankets,
hats, balmorals,- yarns, knit goods
composed wholly or in part of - wool,
and all manufactures of alpaca wools
and of tha wools of other animals, not
specifically enumerated, valued at 30
cents or lass; a pound, 10 cents a
pound : betwasn 30 and 40 cents a
pound, 18 cemia; between 40 and 60,
18 cents; between 60 and 80, 24 cents,
and in addition upon all the aboye
named articles,, 35 per cent, ad valor?
em
Women and children's dress goods'
coat linings and goods of like descrip
tion composed in part of "wool 'or
animal hair, not s exceeding 20 cents
per yard in value. 5 cents per square
yard and S5 rad. valorem ; above 2Q
cents, 7 cents and . 40 ad valorem;
wholly of wool or . apimal hair, or a
mixture of them, 9 cents and 40 ad
valorem. Clbthiag, ready-made, and
wearing apparel, except knit goods,
not enumerated, composed -wholly or
in part of wool or animal hair and
wholly or partly manufactured, 45
cents per pound and 45 cents ad val
orem. Marwe. DiocK,-- rough . or
squared. - 50
cents per -cubie footi
veined marble, sawed,: dressed, or
otherwise,, including slabs and tiles,
$1 per cubla foot. Salt in packages,
10 cents per 100 pounds, and. in bulk,
4 cents per 100 pounds.
4 The bill proposes to amend exist
ing tariff law by striking out section
2,499, Reyised Statutes, . and substi
tuting a clause x providing that aS
tides not p- ovided for shall pay the
same rate of duty .levied on the enu
merated - articles: . which it : tnost re-
eemblesr ia: .material, cur'Itr. l:xture
or use," on unenumerated articles
manufactured of two - or - more ma
terials the duty shall be assessed at
the highest rate chargeable if the ar
ticle were composed wholly of the
component material of chief - value
The main features of the Hewitt bill
are incorporated, including tha clause
removing the duty on -alcohol used
in the arts, the tobacco wrapper
clause and the administrative clauses
1 understand tnat tne delay in its
introduction, was caused by the an
thor submitting his measure, to exs
parts in the Treasury Department for
verification of his figures. .There in a
good deal of talk today as to the fate
of the bill. Some gentlemen, think
that it will, be reported back ' in the
form of a substitute, the- original on
the Morrison me tsure," and that the'
.whole question will be opened up and
the session prolonged far in o - the
raar of the summer. Those who say
this believe that the ways and means
committee cannot afford to give the
Biudallites tbe chance to criticise
their action in suppressing discus
sion. But it is replied to this, that
the Randall men cannot, with truth
or consistency,- make this charge,
since they the other day refused to
consider the subject of the tariff.
One said to me: "We will take the
consequences." The greater num
ber . of persons here .. who
express an opinion say that nothing
will be done, and for various reasons.
Oaa of: these is the personal conflict
of views between the leaders. . - Mr.
Morrison an4 Mr. Randall are both
accused of figuring for advantage,
and neither is supposed by their ads
versaries to be capable of yielding
his pergonal preferences to the public
good." But deeper reasons exist. The
strict reformers "who embrace the
body "of the Democratic, party, and a
few Republicans, wish to roduoe the
custom duties first, and when it can
be- safely .attempted the internal
taxes. The protectionists-favor in
terna-1 Mvenue reduction beoakse it
will fir to keep the duties man --
ufaciurwd goods.. Some of tha reve
nue raformers, especially the North
Carolina members, are also internal
revenue reformers If brought to
the test they would vote for Randall's '
bilL- One of them said to me this
morning: 'i will vote for Randall's
bill, or I will support Morrison's
amended to include the abolition of
taxes on tobacco and fruit brandies
But I fear - the present bill will be
smothered. '
A member of the ways and means
committee said this morning: "The
committee- -will treat Mr. Randall's '
bill fairly The general judgment
is that the bill will not be reported.
this session: It involves, the question
of the length ti the session as well as
of factional advantage. If a report
be made, the whole subject comes up
and nq man can say ; how long he
session would lat. ut the shrewder
course of reporting a substitute for .the
bill late in the present session and
letting it go over- for consideration is
not much diiau8sed. This .' would
place Morrian on the true ground of
not opposing a measure of alleged re
form not introduced by himself. ' -
The amount of internal revenue re
duction in the Randall bill is twenty
six millions, but the estimates vary
as to ; the customs revenvie. ''. Qne
gentleman 14 me"od8,y-he thougnt,
that it would amount to oily three
or f our millpnSj - the affioiQt seated.
last week, . Six mflliona is probably a
hish estimate. The bill idoea Aot
please the majority pt the Democrats J
and ia not like! v to receive much
support from the Republicans, t. It is
too much of a reform bill for them a$
it is too little of a reform, bill for the
Democrats,
-' - - - : . . - r. 11. .
; T wo Democratic memoers 05 ,tne
Pan Electric Committee. I learn, re-
f use to sign the majority yeport i of
committee l?hch. exonerates the At
torney GeoeraJ and his' busings ass
oolites who held 6ffice from cntt
cisnv - They say that the act of ao
cepting stoc wag t impropriety,
Today efforts are making to pnduce
these gentlemen to reoonsi.dbr ' their
determination,
Mr. Frank Borden, of Goldsboro,
ja here.
Among the drummers' excursion
today are Messrs. Geer. formerly of
Wilmington, and Woodard. of Wil
son. " "
Judra Bennett introduced a kill for
t)u uilmt of Collector Iredell Ifaares
It relieves hina from the payment of
money,
Mr. Harry Cooper, a nephew of
Mrs, Vance, will go to the Indian
territory this week.". "
Tha sons of Senator Vance are stilt
in thecity but Messrs,. David and
Thomas Vance will soon leave, the
former for England and the latter for
Lenoir.
Tha Swllchmeii's Stplks Oiit-
' ' - " vlawed. "
Chicago. June Jonn Udar, a
prominent member of the Switch'
men s Jintuai Association says: - uur
association has nothing to do with
r . t.a -a.
this strike. ' It did .- not inspire r haa
no sympathy for it, and is opposed to
it. There may be some i members of
niir RRflofiiation amon 2 the strikers.
i but they are acting for themselves
and not by the advice or 'sanction' of
the association.
V fortj fears' Xxserieaee et aa Old Ham. ;
Wlnslow's 8oothlne SyniD. for children
rcwthinii. is the DressrlDttoa of one of the best fe
miiin nhfslclans and nursen In the. United States.
and has Men ubpq ior inrcy yeni vita never iau
lng success bt millions of mother for their ehii-dmn.-
It relieves the child from p. ..a, cures dysen.
tnrr and diarrhoea, enolos: In tne boels and wind
colic. By giving health to the child tt rets the
mother. We would say to every mother who has
a child iuwrin from any of the foregoing com
plaints: ho not let your prejudices, nor the pre'
Judloes 01 otoers, a. ana oetween your sunenng
child and tbe re'pf that will be sure yes, anso-;
lutely sure to f .iow the use of this medicine.
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SOUTHERN WAR DEBTS
EX'COMFEDEllATE POSTMlS
TEB.GEHERAL BEAGAJV
ON TnEIR PAiSIEJIT "
Oaly Enemies to tbe South Be
sponsible' for Ue Present 9Ils
chievous Agitation Facts which
' Answer aud Negative Judge Ful
ler ton's -- Untenable Thtorrr-
- Some Evils Growing .Out of Ills
Baseless Argument. "'J-
v WASHEfGTOif, - Ju ne' 27. Congress
man - Reaganp- of Texas,- the " former
Postmaster -General of the Con feds
eracy, says' the recent ; argument Of
Judge Fullerton in favor of paying
tne uonrederate war doot is being the
constant subject of misrepresentation
upon tne part oz,tne enemies of tne
oouin. ., ie says mere ;is naraiy a
mail inrwhich he does not receive pas
perg with marked articles in which
the Democracy is pictured as advo
eating the payment of the Confeder
ate war ?debt..-" ! This evening, in
speaking of the possible use of this"
argument in tne coming-cam paien..
Judge Reagan said: .r
.ud m guuicua ui mj uuo it imam
Fullerton, of New York City, made
before i the ' Committee on War
Claims of the House ef Representas
tives recently and printed ; and now
being circulated, -w hich has for its
object to show that the Government
of the United States, by the adoption
of the fourth section of Article 14 of
the Constitution of the United States;
providing that' 'neither the United
States nor any State shall assume or
pay any debt or obligation incurred in
aid of the : insurrection or rebellion
against the United States, or any
claim for the loss or emancipation of
any slaves ; but that all such debts,
obligations and claims shall be illegal
and void,' had ; thereby made itself
liable to pay the debt of the Confed
eracy, is attracting a good deal : of
attention'ia some parts of the coun
try, and without the possibility of
doing any good to any oheis calculat
ed to produece, and is producing,' a
hurtful effect on the public' mind. It
is mischievous, and miscnievous
only, in its effect. - Judge Fullerton's
assumption" that because the United
States forbade the States paying this
debt they made themselves liable for,
tne damages rebultmg from this con-
8tit.tiomai provision is so ; ataarly
witsoxw tne support or any rteocsmw
ed legal principles that it is a matter
of surprise that any lawyer should
have suggested it. k-
W hen the uonrederate Government
ceased to exist, all its rights, powers,"
duties and obligations ceased with it,
and there was no legal obligation on
the part of any oi the States which,
composed the Confederacy to pay its
debts. --The only basis for the, view
taken by Judge Fullerton is that it j
-was possible for these States to have
assumed a moral responsibility for
the Confederate debts. But they had
not done so when the "United; States
took action on this subject, and that
fact ' answers, and negatives Judge
Fullerton's theory. His proposition
is not only absurd out positively
harmful. It may stimulate hopes in
the holders of the evidence of the
Confederate debt which can never be
realized. It may stimulate vicious
speculation of these seen rities. - It is
causing certain partisan Republican
paper to claim that the citizens of
tbe southern states are putting ior-
wafrd this scheme, which ; is wholly
untrue. It : .Is manifest that this
claim r is not put forward in their
interest, while it is qually manifest
that the agitation is calculated to
stimulate v and promote prejudice
against. them. As far as I know and
believe holders have generally in
yarious ways destroyed this class of
securities; after the abandonment of
all hope that they : would ever be
paid. - -
"There are some Confederate bonds
h,eld in" Europe, and it . ia. supposed
this proposition has been brought
forward m their interest.- It has
certainly not been brought- forward
m tne interest or tne eoutnern peo
ple, and aaoortainly will not receive
tbir support. They consented to a
restored Union ' and r accepted; the
Constitution of tha United States in
gjj its ; partg jn go0(i faitn 6Qd 4.hey j
will support both the TEJnion and the
Constitution eitb, the same constancy
and Udeuty whicn characterized
their ,' support of ' the Confederate
Government during :its existence.
Certain newspapers assume that this
scheme i. chargeable to the Demos
oratjio party, when they know, or
ought to know that it is brought for
ward by a a Northern man and a
Hcpubucan in pol'tcq, ' doubtless
simply as a lawyer in the interest of
clients,".; : : ... ' - -
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ZI S rt
Absolutely Pure.
This DOWdfir nfiVpr vnrlBa " k ma rati nt nnvftv.
strength and whelesomeness. . More economical
than the ordinary kinder and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
n eaus. Wholesale by -
SPRINGS BUB WELL, ;
jMi20d4wly Charlotte, M. C :
To the VICTOR
LAUREL"
- - re-eminent in every higher : q u a ir ty, the
WANAN SHOE has become the recogntxed standard
ior fine, wear, among ditenmimting igentlemeik- :
For sale by
A. B. EANKIN ft BRO.,
J Charlotte, N. C.
CAS8AR,D'S
rPE LKD, "iTAU BAAnD"
Is for sale by the following '
LEADING'. GROCERS: " '
L. !AVtS. V. B; 1URHAM. -
lu -A. MlSKNHKIMBR, ,; H C. IKWJN.
"8. B. JLVXANUER A CO..W. J.- Vrtdit. - .
JoHCAf,uER i c. Scott.
B., n. McGiukts, -J 8, M. HOffELL,
L J.WALKr.K Co.. - IiULa & Schrordkh.
WrrasBd & busseijj . - .
Every Dackaee bears onrRfid .TrailB Mart, anil
it guaiaoteed absolutely pure.
I 'Sff i 5; Baltimore. Md. .
Willi SPRlNfiS HOTEL
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
HTH NEW HOTEL AT WARM SPRINGS. N.
A, C. will be open for the reception of guests on
June 30th. - For particulars as to terms, baths, &o ,
address ... . i-B P. CHaTFIKLO. ...
t Warm Springs, N C. .
' Also ef Highland Park Hotel, Aiken, s C,
CAKOf Jir?A CJSWUAt, BAIL
-1 - -
f , , "OTFICB OF SCVEHISTENDKNT, 1 -
: ! Wilmington, N. C Jan. 6, 18S6. j ,
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
ON ANO AFTER SEPT 27, W THE FOLLOW
Ins Schedule will be oo rated an this Rafl
PASSENGER, KAIL AND EXPRESS TRAINS,
I DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. :
- :1 Lea-re Wllrnlnernri at... fmvw
No. 13 Leave Raleigh at ,7 85 p. m.
AArrive at Charlotte at... .7.80 a. m
TLeave Charlotte at...... ..... . . mii.'
No. 2.; Arrive at Raleigh at.... .i., 9.00 a. m'
.... ;) Arrive at wilmlugton at .v.. ..8.25 a, m,
LOCAL FREIGHT .Passenger Car Attached.
Leave Charlotte at...; 7.40 A,
Arrive L&urinbiHlS at t . 6.45 P. kt.
jueuvt litturuiuurg at,.... ......... tj.10 A. M.
Arrtve Charlotte at . ....... .... . . 4.40 p. m
Leave Whmington at. 6 46 A. M.
Arrive at Laurtubure at 5 on p. m.
Leave Lai irlnburg at 680 A. n.
Arrive at Wilmlugton at. .. .............. 6.40 p. m.
Locial Freleht betwAnn - nhaxlnitA xnA T.nnrln.
ourg ?rn weefely leaving Charlotte on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, Leave Laurlnburg on
Paseneer trains stnn at twmlar Rtstinns nniv
and Points designated In the ,Conxpan;'s Time
A4U1V, . , . !-.,:. r
shelbt Dmsiou; paseekger. mail, ex-
PRl-S AND FREIGHT.
; (Dally except Sunday.)
Leave Ohariotte at. ........... .. ... ...... ai5 a. m.
Arrive at Shelby at 12.15 p. m.
Leave sneioy ax. 1.40 p.
Arrive at Charlotte at. ...... ........... 6.40 P.
Trains Nos. 1 and 3 make close connection at
Hamlet with R. 4 A. Trains to and from Raleigh.
Through Sleeping Cars between Wilmington and
Charlotte and Raleigh and Charlotte. -
Take Train No. 1 for Statesville. stations on
western N. u. H. R, Ashevllle and points West.
-Also, for Spartanburg, GreenviHe, Athens, At
lanta and all points Southwest. -
1 L. C. JONES.
! . . Superintendent.'
r, w, t;i,AJ4., wen ... rassenger Agent. .
BAZAAR
G
m: litiiii "'-Pattern,
-ALL THE
fiATEST STYLES
I
-FOE;
- j
Spring and Samcifr
Call and eet one of oar latest 'cdtalognea
aad Queens for June. , -
MAGNOLIAHAM8,
COBSED BEEF, OX 10NGU9, ".
- ;
K UTTER A-JD MILK Or ICE.
g M. HOWELL.
1- '
: I. AT
IBOIl-i
j l 1 r
linn
ODE
OUR
Kever lisappoint purchassrs. Therefore do not fail to call and see for your
self, now many goods A DOLLAR
AT COST, ,
- SILK OL.OVJES
. " -IMPORTED "SATTEENS AT 19 cents per yard. "
31 inch wide DOME9TIC SATTEENS AT 10 cents per yard. ; C
. ' We have reduced prices on our ,r. .
LadieMMlinlJnderwear.
'r'V jrAS; a special'
- "We will allow on these goods
JiscoQDt of 10 per cent.
PARASOLS STILL VERY CHEAP. ,
OUR
CLOTHE
Was quite lively last week !
CL0IHING
o
o
. ... ,1 .
w
o
o
- AT
Strictly Cost Price,
As we were selling them last week,
FOUND MANY
Gents under ?wear and neck wear
Greatly Reduced Prices.
At
v CLOTHING : ROOfil
Still offers its stock
AT STRICTLY COST. PRICES.
CHARLOTTE, N. C. :
MAILr ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY-ATTENDED TO.
OFFERS TO THE
Wholesale i Retail Trade
FIVE TONS
Pare White Lead,
TWENTY' BARRELS
PURE LINSEED OIL,
A Large Stock of
Colors, Varnishes, Etc.-
-ALSO-
ONE CAR LOAD
A.LL AT CLOSE PRIOES;
J.'.H. MoADEN,
.. Are always genuine. ,. ' , . - .
I NDUCEMENTS
expended at our store will buy. . o-.:..
AT COST
offering " V '
o
a
O
-
PUBC1IASKRS.
OVSR-
LOW PRICES. .
I i ' ,
- Mj stock is now brim foil of KSW- GOODS of
every description, and I am prepared to sell -them
cheaper than ever before. Mj specialties are -
Silver and - SilYer-PIafed Ware.
I also offer bargains In .' ,
.. .. .- . J" .. .'- .'.. f. . :.: - jj,
DINNER SETS, WATER SETS
DINNER SETS, lr : WATER SETS!
uiJNJNUiJttsitTd,. WATER SETS,
' CHAMBER SETS,
CHAMBER SETS,
- - CHAMBER SETS, I
TEA SETS, - TIN SETS.
TEA-SETS, r . ' TIN- SEFS
TEA SETS,.t " TIN RETS.
JUST RECEIVED,
rroltJars, Jelly mblers. Flj 'fans,' TTeezers,
BeirUrerators Ice Chests. -Water Coolers. Cages!
and other SEASON BLB GOODS. cWandha
conviaced that yoa can save money. k - ;
C. D. DARTSPIELD, Agt.
CO.,
CIIARLOTTE, If. C.
: CTTT THADX. -'
TJntU farther norJee. on and'iiftr imd.. . t
1st, pur city customers purchasing weekly iiekets
will be furnished tee from the eimpgdeiiveT?
wagon in such Quantities asdwlred, from Tonds
up, at the unlfrom rate price of BOeents perhun
dred pounds. Those holding weekly tteketo f a
higher prlpe can exchange tnem at their option
with our ticket ageots at the City Drug Stores for
la"1,??5?D8 to the trade at low rates. . Zt-
H i fare orwi IUO maae ITOm UeCklAI
en-
BATBj Sapt.
S HIPPING PRICES. ,
Car Load of 10 tons.
From 6 to 10 tons,
From 1 to 6 tons, -600
to 1.C00 pounds.
$5 60perts-.
- 6 00 per Un (
. - , 7.00 per ton
" fjwiwibs
wj to duu pounds,
We are now using the celebrated Hyatt imtr
trough which aU the water Is passed befo rii
ilL?; lnevaae miiJ relT npon all ice manotai
f.are?Lb,T m M P8 " " U possible tomaks
V ders solicited and prompUrliied. LiwS
freight and express rates secured for
liters. . . ., . . . 4 .
' ' r - ' .T-i iiraiBtatt IUS w.
, "Sir. Joe Penen's Xlemedr
to stm the i best lood PuTlfler on the market -JNO.
H. M0ADM. Wholesale tourist.
m Broadway. KewVork. . Tha On
Great
Eicitaent
MECK
LENBDRG
    

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