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THURSDAY, JAN. 5. 1882.
PBAuuix Lodgs No. 81, A. . ft A. M. -Regular
meeting every second and fourth Monday nights.
KXCXLBIOB Lodqj No. 261, 4. F. ft A. M. Reg
olar meeting every first and third Tuesday nights.
Chablottb Chaptxk Na 89, K. a. n Regular
meeting every seoond and f ouitb Friday nights.
Chajuxjttm Ooioiamdabt No. 2, K. T. Regular
meeting every first and third Thursdays.
TZ. OIF1 H.
Kinesis of Honob. Regular meeting every
second and fourth Thursdays.
TZ. OF 3P
KneBTS of Ptthia& Regular meeting nlghta
first and third Wednesdays, 7 o'clock p. m. at Ma
sonic Temple Hall.
I. O, O. 3T.
CHABiiOTn Lodge No. 88. Meets every Mon
MXCELKKBUBQ DCLA RATIOS L0P8X Na ft
Meets every Tuesday night.
Dim Lod&i No. 108. Meets'every Thursday
Catawba Rtvxb EHCAKPianrr Na 21. Meets
lrst and third Thursday nights in each month.
Index tm New Advrertiaenien
Wilson ft Burwell For Bent.
W. T Waller Notice.
M. Schloss Auction To day.
opera House, January nth.
Hargraves ft WilhelmRubbers, Ac
D. P. Hutchison- For Rent.
Opera House. January 10th.
Richard N. Ttady Annual meeting.
Meeting of the Guonod Club this evening.
Suicide and Dyspepsia.
A most remarkable cure for dyspepsia, "Well's
Health Renewer." The greatest tonic, best bu
llous and liver remedy known. SI at druggists.
. Depot. J. H. McAden, Chatlotte, N. C.
Who is Mrs. winsiow r
As this question is frequently asked, we will sim
ply say that she is a lady who for upwards of for
ty years, has untiringly devoted her time and tal
ents as a Female Physician and nurse, principally
among children. She has especially studied the
constitution and wants of this numerous class,
and, as a result of this effort, and practical knowl
edge, obtained In a lifetime spent as nurse and
physician, she has compounded a Soothing Syrup,
for children teething. It operates like magic
giving rest and health, and Is moreover, sure to
regulate the bowels. In consequence of this ar
ticle, Mrs. Wlnslow Is becoming world-renowned
as a benefactor of her race; children certainly do
rise up and bless her; especially Is this the case
In this city. Vast quantities of the Soothing 8yrup
are dally sold and used here. We think Mrs.
Win alow ha ImmnrtallzMi her name hv this in
valuable article, and we sincerely believe thous
ands of children have been saved from an early
grave by Its timely use, and that millions yet un
born will share Its benefits, and unite In calling
her blessed. No mother has discharged her duty
to her suffering little one, In our opinion, until she
hns given It the benefit of Mrs. Wluslow's Soothing
Syrup. Try It, mothers try It now. Ladles' Visi
tor. New York City. Sold by all druggists. 25
cents a bottle.
IIO HE CHIPLETS.
WK TELL YOU PLAINLY
that Simmons Liver Regulator will rid jou of dys
pepsia, purify your system, enable you to sleep
weii. prevent malarial diseases and give you a
brisk and vigorous feelii'g. It acts directly upon
tae liver and kidneys cleansing, purifying, invig
orating and fortifying the system against disease.
It will break up chills and fever and fever and
prevent their return, and Is a complete antidote to
all malarial poison yet entirely free from quinine
or calomel. Try It and you will be astonished at
the good results of the genulife Simmons Liver
Regulator, prepared by J. BL Zellln ft Co.
A lady from Oregon writes: Dr. Benson; I think
you should be presented with a chariot of pure
gold, for your Celery and Chamomile Pills having
proved such a blessing to thousands of sufferers
with sick and nervous headache, neuralgia, nerv
ousness and dyspepsia.
JOSH BILLINGS HEARD FROM.
. NjtwpoBT R. L, Au 11, 1880.
Dear Bitters I am here trying to breathe In all
i he salt air or the ocean, and having been a suf
ferer for more than a year with a refractory liver,
I was Induced to mix Hop Bitters with the sea tale.
and have found the tincture a srlorlous result.
I have been greatly helped by the Bitters,
and am not airum to say so.
Tours without a struggle.
Lydla 15. Plnkham's Vg -table compound will
at all times and under ah circumstances, act In
harmony with the laws that govern the female
system. Address Mrs. Lydla It. Plnkham, 233
Western Avenue. Lynn, Mass., for circular.
To promote a vigorous growth of the hair.
Parker's Hair Balsam.
color to gray balr, remove
tchlng cf the scalp.
dandruff, and cures
tThere will be a meeting of the
Gounod club this evening. See notice.
tT Police circles are reported, te be
exceedingly quiet general good order
tW A considerable number of David
son College students passed through the
city yesterday on their return to school.
The merchants are very dilatory in
making their purchase returns, as also
in the matter of taking out privilege
Sale of City Property.
The property sold last Monday, be
longing to tbe Harty estate, and front
ing on Tryon and Church streets, com
prising four lots, was purchased by Mr.
J as. Harty, Dr. Gibbon and Mr. Jas. G.
McCorkle. Mr. Harty purchased the
lot containing the brick house, and also
the lot lying Immediately in the rear,
for the sum of $1,925. -Br. Gibbon, for
the other lot fronting on Tryon street,
paid $325, and the lot immediately in
rear of thij was bid off by Mr. Mc
Corkle for $275.
mm i I I i an
Tbe Ejectment Salt.
Justice Waring yesterday gave a de
cision in the suit of Danidson vs. Kauf
man, in favor of the plaintiff. It ap
peared to the satisfaction of the court
that a new contract had heretofore
been made for each year, and it is under
stood that the case was decided on this
point, together with the evidence of
verbal notice to vacate. Mr. Kaufman
appealed to the Superior Court, giving
a sufficient bond, and will continue in
the house until the case is heard in that
Miss Levie Skinner, of Winnsboro,
S. C, is visiting Mrs. Shanonhouse of
W. C. Kerr, Slate Geologist, is at the
Mr. B. S. Pardee, of the New Haven
(Conn.) Palladium, is in the city.
Prof. J. R. Blake, of Davidson Col
lege, was registered at the Central yes
Mr. H. Morris, whose departure
from the city was announced in Tues
day paper, was detained in the city by
the sudden illness of his little child.
which we are sorry to state, died yester
day morning. The parents, with corpse,
I . f i . , . a -- V a j
leituii liib tuiernoon train yesterday
evening for Richmond, Va.
A Providence Farmer RtiaainaT.
Information has been received in this
city to the effect that Mr. Thos. Baskin,
a young farmer of Providence town
ship, ha3 been missing ever since last
Friday eveniog, and it is the belief that
he has been murdered. On the dav
mentioned Mr. Baskin wont to Monroe
to sell some cotton, as is supposed, and
after transacting his business, left that
place for his home, and nothing has
since been heard of uiin. A telegram to
Col. J. Y. Bryco, who is an uncle of the
missing man, s,ij s that thorough search
had failed to reveal anything of the
man's wherabouts up to Wednesday at
12 o'clock, and it i3now the opinion
that Mr. Baskin was murdered and rob
bed and the body concealed, as there
seems to be no reasonable excuse for
his continued absence.
Mr. uasKin was an unmarried man,
about 25 years old, and resided in this
city witn col, Bryce some seven or
eight years ago. Every effort is being
made to find the missing man, and if
he has been murdered the body will no
doubt soon be discovered.
This powde r ne ver varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholesttneness More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In
nov23 New York.
LeBoy Davidson. Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
Attaching the Great Seal.
A considerable commotion occurred
in the office of the register of deeds yes
terday, but on entering it was found to
be nothing more than a gathering of
the ring to assist 'Squire Maxwell in at
taching the seal of bis office to the sher
iff s abstract. The seal was brought
forth, and while- Sheriff Alexander,
Chairman Vail and Clerk Cobb held the
thing together, the register, after soak
ing the margin of the document in wa
ter to get it in condition to receive the
impression, inserted it in the instru
ment and clutched the lever. For the
space of a minute the gravity of the
scene was agonizing to behold, but
when the lever was brought up and the
work finished, a smile of triumph pass
ed from face to face. The regis
ter handed the document to the report
er for inspection, and after a critical
examination the impression was found,
and it resembled one that might be
made with the stroke of a shoe hammer.
This seal is one of the antiquities of the
court house, and i highly prized by the
Proceeding of the . Cammlasloner
, v Yesterday.
The . board of commissioners met
yesterday and completed the business
of the January sitting.
An order as passed allowing W.
N. Alexander, coroner, the sum of $2450
for holding an inquest over the body of
James Wilson, colored. This sum,
added to 'the pay of the Jarrons, brings
the cost of the investigation up to a
little over $50.
The sum of. $50.40 was allowed Sher
iff Alexander for jail fees for the
month of December, 188L
Other claims for various county ex
penses were allowed by the board.
J. H. Barnett was appointed a school
committeeman in place of Smith in
The following names were drawn as
Jurors for the February term of the
Inferior Court: -
H. M. Hargett, M. L. Davis, Samuel
B. Grier, J. C. Eagle, J. C Newell, A.
Mcintosh, T. L. Alexandor, John Brook
field, A. M. Donaldson, J. S. Alexander,
J, F. Pierce, A. J. Hunter, T. C. Smith,
A. McCoy, F. H, Dewey, W. L. McCon
nell, J. A. Knox, R, H. Fields, E. A
Sample, Wm. Todd, J. A. Elliott, M. N.
Yandle, S. E. Howie, H. C. Hubbard,
A. Hoover, A. A. Alexander, J. E.
Blackr H. C. Smith, W. M. Mills, B, C
The following were drawn as Jurors
for the regular term of the Superior
Court, beginning the last Monday in
First week L. Berwanger, W. M.
Herron, A Campbell, R. B. Alexander,
R. A. Coffey, G. F. Overcash, W. E.
Ardrey, A Childers, J. W. Estridge, B.
J. Fuhderburk, J. F. Hargett, B. F.
Brown, W. M. Alexander, W. H. Neil,
A. H. McCombs, R. M. Ranson, H.
McWhirter, S. E. Linton, J. F. John
ston. W. W. Ward, R. A. Brady, C. B.
Todd, I). A. McCord, W. C. Harris, S. A.
Jordan, S. L. Hoover, W. A. Williams,
J. H. Griffith, J. W. Swaringen, J. M.
Wilhelm, J. D. Watte, H. D. Smith, W.
R. Solomon, J. M. Grice, R. H. Alex
ander, S. A. Cohen.
Second Week F. F. Walker, P. C.
Ferguson, G. M, Wincoff, W. C. Gra
ham, W.B. Williams, Z. A. Hoovris, R.C.
Montgomery, J. M. Barnhardt R. A.
Freeman, J. McKerns. L. M. McLen
don, W. N. Alcorn, W. H. Farrior, J
E. Caldwell, E. O. Johnston, John E.
Oates, A. W. Ludolf, W. G. Garrison.
Third week S. B. Christenbury, J. S.
Henderson, J. C. Dowd, J. H. Caldwell,
a P. Elliott, H. B. McLean, J. Y. Wed-
dington, H. P. Helper, P. C. Wilson, J.
C. McAulay, Ed. Cunningham. W. G.
BerryhilJ, W. G. Christenbury, G. W.
Sloan, C. S. Slurgeon, R. C. Bell, L. M.
McAlister, H. G. L. Ilea.
The board settled with M. E. Alexan
der, sheriff, for all liabilities due by him
to the Slate, and a statement thereof,
which is given below, was forwarded
by him to the State Auditor:
STATS TAXES COLLECTED FOB TUB TSAR 1831 :
General fond as per abstract
of listed tazables. less tax
on incomes Included below,
including delinquents lor
the years 1879-'SO-'81.... S4.100.65
General fund as per schedule
B and u, less 01 tne pur
chase tax, on dealers In
splritous, vinous or malt
liquors, ana on mercnanu
and other dealers Included
Insane Asylums and Institu
tion Deal and Dumb ana
Interest on State Debt, 8.812.60
Total gen'l and spec'l taxes, 1 9,553. 12
Taxes to be applied to the
ajment of Interest on
anda of the State in ac
cordance with Bectien 6 of
Chapter 98, Laws of 1879,
On incomes 233. R2
On merchants, 2,802.51
Three-lourtns or tne pur
chase taxes collected on
wholesale and retail deal
ers In spirituous, vinous or
malt liquors, 179.18
Total general and special
taxes ana raoa to pay in
terest on bonds of the
By amount allowed by coun
ty commissioners ior over
charges, Ac. on 102 acres
luid and 4 town lots and
personal property, as per
minutes of said commis
21, 12a 43
The merchant of Venice I&at Nlgnf.
Shakespeare's plays on the modern
stage are always interesting, but few
of them are more so than the "Mer-
chantof Venice," presented at the Char-
lotte opera house last night by the
Frederick Warde company. The char
acter of Shylock is a difficult one, but it
may fairly be said that Mr. Warde has
thoroughly studied all the details of its
popular presentation, and that lie puts
it on the stage admirably. His acting
when he was informed that the sen
tence of the court was that be should
become a Christian, portrayed all the
feeling of a lost and ruined souL sacri
ficed to save a moiety pi his earthly pos
sessions, because of love for his du
cats, and at its conclusion he was called
oilvef plated -ware, nis support was fainy good. Mr.
iViailUU OO AUWUtVi AHA JUfc Vujj
Gratiano, and Mr. Outram as. Bassanio,
acted well the characters of the poet,
and Miss Elmore as Portia was charm
ing. Nerrissa and Jessica were better
than usual.. On the whole the play was
well put on the boards, ancT it is to be
regretted that a larger audience did not
greet them. This was probably owing
to the inclemency of the weather.
The performance of the evening con
cluded with a two act adaptation of
Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew,
with Mi. Warde as Petruchio and Ufa
Elmore as Katharine, 'abated by the
oner memDers or me company.
Gross am't of State taxeo.
Less 5 per cent, commis
sion allowed sherm,
Net am't of State taxes due
Add for sta lonery furnished
county ior the year 1881...
Total am't of taxes and
By am't allowed sheriff for
settling, (mileage and per
Net balance of taxes in
cluding stationery, due by
Add for pupil in Deaf and
Dump and Blind Asylum.
This closed the business coming be
fore the board, and an adjournment
was had until the first Monday in
timber, it is not known which, striking
him in the left breast, the result of
which cannot yet be determined, but
the physicians think no Internal injury
of a serious nature was inflicted. At 8
o'clock last night his condition was
such as to cause no apprehension of a
serious result. Mr. Wisenberry's in
juries were less serious, he having only
sustained a slight wound inr the fore
head, supposed to have been made by a
piece of timber. y
The gauge on the engine registered
120 pounds of steam at the time of the
explosion. , The rebound threw the en
gine backward some twenty-feet, run
ning the tender through a door and in
to the blacksmith shop, though the en
gine remained on the track. An engine
belonging to the Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusts road had its head-light
blown off and the cab broken. The
head-light was also blown from an en
gine of the Richmond and Danville
road, and three stalls in the round
house were torn to pieces, and the great
er part of the roof over them blown off.
A portion of the bell of tbe wrecked
engine is reported to have been thrown
into a shanty car several hundred yards
In the confusion it was Impossible to
arrive at a correct estimate of the ex
tent of the damage to the company's
property, but those competent to judge
say that $3,000 or $3,500 will cover the
loss. The shock was sensibly felt at the
distance of half a mile or more, and
those in the immediate neighborhood
of the explosion-say it was terrific.
THE (HOICEST COLLECTION OF
,otr exblLved in Chtrlctte, et the
A "stringy, rattling" voice and a constant dis
position to expectorate, indicate indolent throat
trouble of dangerous tendency. Use Dr. Bull's
cough syrup in good time, and be saved much
trouble and annoyance. For sale by all drug
AS A CTJBK FOB PI LES
Kidney-Wort acts first by overcoming in the mild
est manner all tendency to constipation; then, by
Its great tonic and Invigorating properties, it re
stores to health tbe debilitated and weakened
parts. We have hundreds of certified cures,
where all elte hvl failed. Use it and suffer no
OJ the Chamber of Commerce will be held at
their rooms this evening at 7 o'clock, for the
election of officers for the ensuing year. The an
nual dinner and other matters of Importance will
oe considered at mis meeting.
jana anjtLLau n. iivvx.
meeting of the Gounod
Club at the residence of Ur. H. Baruch this even
Today, Jaouary 10th, 1882.
Supported by a
Will Appear in
BHAKV8FEABL'S SUB LI MX TBAGXDY in FIVE
OTHELLO, Mb. BARRETT,
W Admission $1.00; Reserved seats $1.25.
Can be secured at the usual places.
pLORIDA ORANGES and LEMONS; also on
band Turkeys, Geese, Eggs and Cranberries,
Buckwheat Flour and Mew Orleans Molasses.
dec28 S. M. HOWELL.
I Have removed my stock of Groceries from
Tryon street to the Bhelton building, on East
Trade street, where I will be pleased to see my
customers and friends. Respectfully,
3 an 4 w f, sun J. K RATTEBEE.
JAMES P. HATES is In no way connected with
me. JAMES C. SMITH.
Richmond, Va., Dec. 1881.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A Six room house, with good yard and
well of water, and a two room kitchen;
ten minutes waiK oi tne puouc square.
Apply to WALTER B:
AT COST !
AT COST. AT COST.
-HAVING JUST TAKEN
I FIND I HAVE ENTIRELY
TOO EIUJCH STOCK
ON HAND, AND IN ORDER TO REDUCE IT 1 WILL OFFER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
A competent book keeper of several years ex
perience desires a situation In Charlotte.
given. For address apply at
Best of references
A ntc, large, front room over
our store. Pos
session riven lmnu dlatelr.
an5 tl WILSON ft BUR WELL.
ALL persons desiring teachers ceitlflcates will
please present themselves on Thursday, 12th
Inst., at the court house in Charlotte. This day is
set apart by law; and there will b no private ex
aminations thereafter under orotnary circum
stances. W. T. WALLER,
Jan5 dw id Co fiupt Pub. Instructions.
HP HE auction sale of Furniture, 4c, to take place
x at the Charlotte Hotel yesterday was postpon
ed until to day at ten o'clock, at which time the
sale will commence and continue until all the
property is sold. M. BCHLOS&
jane it ,
ONE NIGHT ONLY !
Wednesday Evening, January I Ith.
McDonoMh and Fulford Combination
CHILD OF THE SIERRAS.
Will Introduce her varied selections of Songs,
uuets and medleys.
V Prices 75c and 81 00. No extra charge
for reserved seat: for sale atMcSmlth music house
Honday, January 9th.
"L?RONT ROOM over entrance between Dr. Ifo-
JL1 Aden's drug storB and J.T.Butlers Jewelry store
Has often been made by the discovery of some
new thing, but nothing has ever stood the test like
Dr. Benson's Celery and Chamomile Fills; their
popularity and sale Is -unprecedented.
They supply a need long felt and must become
a household remedy. Just think to be cured In a
few weeks of these terrible nervous troubles apd
awful suffering from Sick Headache, Neuralgia
and Dyspepsia, and the nervous system pat in a
natural and healthy condition, destroying the pos
sibility of Paralysis, Angina Pectoris and sudden
death, which Is carrying off so many noble men
and women In the full tide of life and usefulness.
This simple remedy of Extract of Celery Seed
and Chamomile Flowers, combined In the form of
pills, is a boon to humanity, it has saved the
lives of thousands of nervous, headachlng chil
dren In our schools and out every year. No nerv
ous person or sufferer from Headache, Neuralgia,
DysDepsiaor Paralysis will do themselves Justice
until they try them.
Sold by all druggists. Price 50 cents a box. De
pot, 106 North Entaw street, Baltimore, Md. By
mall, two boxes for 81 or six boxes for 82.50, to
for rent to a good tenant
D. P. HUTCHISON.
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
la Warranted to Cur
IOZIMA, TITTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEA8ES OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLES and
body. It make, tbe .kill white, .oft and nnootlx;
removes tan and freokiM, and la the KEST toilet
til cilng In THB WOBU). Elegantly put up, two
bottle, in one package, ooneinting of both internal
and external treatment.
AH first elaaadrnggiata have it. Frloetl.perpackaga.
We have just received a
BBS. LYDIA L PIHKR&H, OF LYNN, MASS.,
Our Stock Is complete In all Its branches, and
- everything will be exhibited. Ca 1 early and aveid
the rush and get first choice, n . .
China Tea and Dinner etts. Chamber Sea,
vases. Coloene Mtts. Ciros and Mnsa. Kpenmss,
Plaque and Fruit Pistes? Bisque Figures writing
.;, leBk 9, 8nioK fng eetts: Toy Planes. Tool Cheats
Snd Banks, Fancy Basket and Work Stands,
apanese Boxes and Trays, the finest collection of
pons, jsanas, uunner Bail
and Toys, tc, Ktc
is, Chimes, Musical Tops
i Extended Fepalarlty.-Xaeh Ttar Flas
"Browa'a Bronchial Troches" In hew localities, la
various parts of the world. For relieving eougha,
colds and throat diseases, the Troches have leen
iroTe4 teliaWe. . ,
Two Men Injured, a Locomotive Tora
to Piece a,n& Portion of the
Roonnd Uontte Wrecked.
Shortly before seven q'clock Uat
night a terrific boiler ejpJogJoa occur
eel n the round house of the Air Line
yard p. thi city, by which one of the
Richmond and Danville locomotive
engines waa torn to pieces, a portion of
the round bouBe wrecked, and two oth
er engines standing near by slightly
damaged. The hostler had fired up the
engine preparatory to its taking the
fast mail north from this place at 8:10
o'clock, and had just left the cab a few
minutes before the explosion occurred'
Mr J W Whltsett, who has charge of the
engines and yard at this place, and Mr.
John Wiaenberry, a machinist in the
shops, were engaged in patting a bolt
in the cover of one of the driving
wheels when the accident occurred.
They were only about four, feet .from;
the point where the - bxiHer gave way,
and, their - escape from instant death
was miraculoni, as. the boiler was tortf
to pieces and a portion of the round
house wrecked, the heavy timbers of
which ' literally covered the ground
around the men. Mr. Whitsett sustain
ed a slight cut on the back of the head,
and an injury from a piece of iron or
Second Stock cf Ladles', Genta' and Misses
We still have a handsome line of
8HAKEB FLANNIL9, BLANKET 3 and COM- N
Ladles', Gents' asd Misses
to, 'os cheap. Ajpo, a lare line of
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED H03ISRY.
We wnl offer from this date'
our entire stock of
DOLMAKS and CLOAK 3
Caf at Cost Call early and secure bargains..
Hargram & WUhelnt,
LYDIA E. PIN KH ARTS
Is a Positive Cure
far all Ueea Pafaifnl Onfliliti aad WeakaeatM
ae eeentea te ear xcbmm yepaiauva.
It will ear entirely the wont form of Female Com
plaint, all ovarian tronblea,lnfltrwnatlon and OTcera
tton. TaBing end Pttalacements, and tbe eonaeqnent
Spinal Weakneea, and to particularly adapted to the
Change of life.
It win dissolve sad expel tamon from the atorasfa
an early (tag of development. The t-ndeney toeaa-oiaxmthnmoratheTeUchecked.verjipe-dnyliyitiue,
It remove f.lntneti, flatulency, destreri H craving
forattmalaati, and relieves woalrnee of the stomach.
It enres Bloating, Beedaehea, Karroos Proetratlon,
General Debility, SVeplawinai, Pepreavlan tad lad.
SALE OF BONDS.
TT Virtue of aa order of the Superior Court ot
xj Alamance county, in me ease oi arris Jung
and. others acalnst W. J. and s Murrav and
others, I will ofler for sale at the eoort house door
In Greensboro, . ti, at public auction, for eas h,
on Monday, the 6th day of February. 1882. at 12
o'clock M., eight ) bonds ef the county ot Car
teret issued renrtiary rutn, 1880, each for 1500
due on Febnary 20th. 1880. to each of which
hoods coupons are attaehed for Interest at 6 per
cenb irom mgdtwuj virui, ib.o. ; -
leaving runner iniormanon ean address
Partlea desirtDg 1
my attorney, James
na taUn et bearmg d own, eaotrng paln,eighl
and hackache, Is always permanently careo ayiiiBja.
It wm at aU times and under all elreomataneafaetta
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
Far the enre ot Kidney Oomplainta ot etther enttM
OemsenndtomBsnniaafed, - -
LTVIA K. FUrCHAjra TXCXTABXJB COM"
PSTJHBis meuejed at t and tat Western Avenue,
Lymlfeev Frioetl. Sixbottleefor $. gentbymaU
In tbe form of pffls, also lathe form of loaengea, on
reeelBt of price, at per bos: for etther. lbs. Flnkhaai
freely aaawers all letters ot inquiry: Send for pamph
let. Address as above. Mmthm thlm Pap.
Ko family Shoold be witbont VTblk M. IMlHAlFf
CJVXB TOUL They enre eonstipatloa.
and tonidttV' of thelfvar. SI eente per box.
- Md by mU Brvggiata. -t
COME AND SECURE A PACKAGE AND
COLOGNE, 4711 GEBMAN COLOGNE, FINE NiTL BBUPHE8, FINE FEEKCH EOAPS
Just Received by WILSON & BUR WELL.
-1--vtt?T30 "DTTTJTT Is a superior remedy for all diseases of the BLADDER,
(JOUJrEK O 15UOI1U Soldonlyby - - - WILfcCN & BTJRW1LL.
Ground Carene Pepper, Ground Black Pepper, at
W1LEON 4 BUEWELL'S.
Tvr-ivT-r rrATT t?mvim, OTrno Jewelry Cases. Puff Boxes. Hand Mirrors
r'lINUi X VJlJUXliX LS2J C5J2AOe Odor Cases, In all styles and at all prices
The largest and nicest assortment ever trought to this mantei.
WILSON & BURWELL.
TURKISH BATH TOWELS, A
Just received by
TTTr-rvn s t ttvtt fHVDRATED OIL). Evdrallne has been Droven or tne
XI X XXx1XjX1 l XL a value in consumption, and all wasting diseases,
ing immediate Increase in weight; Fresh supply at
Wilson & Burwell's.
IF YOU WAHT
A BKALLT GOOD
Ask your Stationer.
or send 25 cents
In stamps for a
box contain- ,
Of Aaanrted Pat-
vlatcd Match Box.
Sold hy all Stationera.
. iTlsoa, Blatmas, Taylor & Co.,
Bout AGKSTS, NKVT YORK.
JUST GO TO
ure in in
t now forming
elasses and will give instructions n the foiiovnng
and see wtat
general pnhUe ef Charlotte that
lime, or any string instrument.
highest testimonials i
.tar. Cornet and
Can furnish tbe
as to anil i and have had
the experience of half a century In teaching.
Plaooa and Onrans tuned and repaired and
Can always be found at my Hoslo Boom on
Church street, corner of 8th.
dec20 ProfV B. 8CUM1T1.3
He has for New Ten's D'nners, end tow very
cheap he Is selling
Toys and Fancy Articles
--FOB NEW YEAHyS PRESENTS.