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p,Vwr;Pt4i&. inidwnce S8 00
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THE OBSERVER JOB DEPARTMENT
Baa been thoroughly mpBlted with every needed
want, and with the latest styles of Type. od every
manner ot Job Fifntlnt can now be done with
neatness, dttpatch and cheapness, we can tm
nlsh at short notice,
TAGS, RECEIPTS, POSTERS,
PAMPHLETa, CIBCDLAB8, CHKHB,
nut .. Pmhptfd 2.lt
tar- lSr Milk far WhtM.
CHARLOTTE, N..0., WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1, 1882.,
WE WILL SELL
at Tetrow prices. Our
Win be told cheap to dose them out We nave a
splendid stock of
vn.i.h vn tmmM ta eloaa out Terr cheat). Ask
lor Kll ULOVIta. ask lor LACKS, ask for ANY
THING you want lu our Une.
You at cordially Invited to Call.
ALEXm i HARRIS,
Soots and &Uats
: o : : o :-
Lyons' Patent Metallic Stiffeners
Boots and Shoes
Wearing off at the Sides or Ripping
IN THE SEAMS.
Johnson's Silk and Felt Insolts
HHEUMATIC CRAMP, COLD FEET. BUNNIONS
PEGRAM & CO.,
IO THESS I Or'B H-EA-LTH-
"Excellent Tonic, Alteradre and Dluretla"
Medical Association. Lynchbure. Va.
"Used with great benefit In Malaria and Dlph-
"Tnnfnnhl aa a nArTOUB tOnlC UOO. L U
"Recommended as a prophylactic in malarial
districts."-", B, Kalrex, M. b.. N. O.
Kesvores aeuuitaiea systems to uoouu. .
"Adapted in chronic diarchy scrofula, and
ajspepsia;" oeo. T. uamson, n.w,n.i.
"Successful in diphtheria and neuralgia. J. P.
' vvWi OA. JL.t V. .
"Excellent for certain diseases peculiar to wo-
mn l ---, T T UitMinan 1-f Tt V k
"suited' to bronchltU and diseases of dlgeetlre
rt reran a H t W f Fi A lk
"Most valuable remedy known for female dU
eiiges." Jno. K. uetteaor. n. v., i. . , .
"Of great euraUre Tlrtue." Thos. F. Bumfold,
"RAn-fllul l ntarin. r1nnMmMit Slid llll&lBr
rli., ..... aa ir n.il UT T rtlifA
''unweMfttonle and ajtarattw."
M"fn jeqif 4 Wood poiiflir--H. FIshM,
MUaWLaa4il la Inamalilfl sfe. ff-aHrU-Bs-f f'
John tiannon, late of ta now of ftlehmond, Ya,
"Han ml merit" ftoutb-rn Med. Journal.
Water 14 1 ease. Maat and Pills. 25, 60. 75
enta. Sent post-paid anywhere. .
8ummer season of Sprtngs begins 1st June. $35
V month. Address . ,
. A. M. DAVTI3, Pres't of the Co.,
78 Main 8L, Lynehbor Ta., P.O. Box 174.
,, , , SOLD BX
WTL80N 4 BUaWXLL,
Lies', Misses & Children's Fall I Winter Goods
"uccpafiilly used In dyspepsia, ehronle dlar
tha and stuftn''r?roL ft Jackson, M. D.,
M. nVM.MJMtt aUU
xi. sieauan, ana
WILL BE SOLD AT
TO MAKE BOOM FOR
We Mean Every Word of This
Only Ask an Inspection to Convince Yon.
t. l. seigie & c.
JPain in the .Back and Side.
There la nothing more painful than these
diseases; but the pain can be removed and
the disease cured by use ef Perry Davis' a
This remedy ia not a cheat Brailnn
or Petroleum product that must b kept
way from fire or heat to avoid danger
of explosion, nor ia it an untried experi
ment that may do more harm than food.
Pain Killer has been In constant use
lor torty yean, and the universal testimony
trom an parts of the world Is. It never
falls. It not only effects a permanent cure,
hut It relieves pain almost Instantaneously.
Being a purely vegetable remedy, it Is sale
In the hands of the most Inexperienced.
The record of cures by the use of Pact
Killxb would All volumes. The following
extracts from letters received show what
those who hare tried it think:
Edgar Cady, Owatonna, Minn., says :
Auont a jear mncm my wiia Dec&rue cuDjeci
to irnn suffering from rheumatism. Our
wort wm to the Paw - n.i.ttn, which paedily
Charles Powell writes from the Bailors'
Home, London :
I hd beB afflicted three yean with neuralgia
. andjnoleatspaemaof theatemach. The doctors
at Westminster HopitJ gTe np my case in
despair. I tried ycmrPAT Xn-LIB, and it gxa
me Immediate relief. I hare regained my
strength, and am now able to fallow my usual
O. H. Walworth. Saco, Me., writes :
I experiencea immediate relief from pain in
the aide by the use of your Pam Kti.i.tb.
2. York aays:
I hare used your Patjt Ktlixb for rheumatism,
and have received great benefit
Barton Seaman says :
Haje used Paw Ktlleb for thirty yean,
and nave found It a rr -failing remedy for
rheumatism and lameness.
Mr. Bnrditt writes :
JkZV.faiu. toftfTe relief in eases of rheumatism.
FhlL OUbert, Somerset, Pa., writes :
From actual use, I know your Paw Kn.m
is the best medldne I can get.
All druggists keep Pain Killxb. Its price
Is so low that It la within the reach of alL
and it will save many times Its cost In doctors'
bills, ase., 60c and 81.00 a bottle.
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietor,
Providence, R. !.
sept dw sept oeL
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AN
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TR1UWPH OF THE AGE.
8YMPTOMS OF A
Xioss or appetne.a nuaoa, puwgm uun y p,
V.!n in tfieHeftiwith a dull sensation in
tn theHed.with a dull sensati
the back parP
am unaartne noi
Wj juUnewlfter eatfaxy. wigmffln.
o.H nation to exertion of body or mind.
Irritability of temper. Low spirits, Lose
l aHth .Vuilni nf h a. vine near
lected some duty, weariness. Dizameea,
Ffuttering of the Heart, Dots before tEe
nomm'mt niryVit hiahlv colored UrineT'
s. Yeuow omn, t eaaacne, JveauteaB-
IF THESE WARimrGS ABE UVEESSEB,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'S PILLS are especially adapted to
ach esiei.one dose effects such a change
Thar Iaereavae the Appetite, and cause the
body to Take on Fleah, thus the system Is
BOrtabi. and by th etrTonle Aetlqupfl th
niaresuve wrnna, mtearuiwr awu vop"r
TDTT'S HAIR DYE.
Obat Haib or Whisk ebs changed to a Olosst
Black by a single application of this Drx. It
imparts a natural color, acts Instantaneously.
Bold bjrDruggiata.er aent by ezpreaa on reeaipt of 1.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
Tr. TlilTi HAKL'AL mt TalaaMe lafDnuttaa tm f
CmAU Baerista wUI auU4 VUMX am aBUcatlaa.
r i n i
drake, , Stillingia, and
many of the best medi
cines known are com
bined in Parker's Ginger
I Tonic, into a medicine
of such varied powers, as
to make it the greatest
RMtprtr EreB JHftt, 1
If Yurts iOieuavon,
$lplcssnessj & diseaesif
r P ' 1 Lungs, JjverS Kidneys,
' . . . i!,, i:inirer iLsiences
1 .A JSJ
FJV?WaJ?KW " " & Go,-. Gheniiits, N. Y,
VaL j ai ,. lanra SaVlBr Barhis Dollar Sna.
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HEADQUAETEKS FOE DEtrMMEllS.
dt aars. wx -w zrrr
ix)mmouivu aivw w
? t . Mi. Mri.ll. la enltaHwd-
A Xtoaceti Household Hints.
In icinsr cake. diD the knife freauent-
ly ia water.
A littlfl pin per rrat into sansam meat
improves the flavor.
"Ritatv r1naAf. and rrtniw in ft hnnaa
should be thoroughly inspected once a
In roastincr meats do not salt before
putting into the oven, as salt extracts
If your coal fire is low. throw on a
teaspoonf al of salt, and it will help it
In warm weather put your eesrs ia
cold water some- time before you are
ready to use them.
Lemons may be kept fresh a loner
time in a jar of water, changing the
water every morning.
A trim fART. for amra is tn Hrnn fhom
in water, and if the large end comes up
mej are not iresn.
Hams wraniwl in thirtk- brown nanr
and packed in a barrel of wood ashes in
the cellar, will keep all summer.
To test nutmegs, prick themwith a
pin, ana if they are good the oil will
instantly spread around the puncture.
Bar soap, when first bought, should be
cut in so nam niftru and rmt. In strirv
place. It lasts better after shrinking.
All fisb ftkin ahnnlri bA wftanftri rfriaA
thoroughly, cut in small bits, and put
in a box or paper bag to use in settling
The new French cabinet has heAn An
nounced. M. de Freycinet is Dremier
and M. Leon Say minister of finance.
A dispatch from Irkutsk states that
Engineer Melville, accompanied by the
At . I a W .
captain oi ine steamer A.ena, nas gone
to the mouth of the river Lena to search
tor Commander DeLong and the miss
ing men of the J eannette.
The members of the "Club National."
composed of young French Canadians
ainhated with the liberal party, at Mon
treal, have unanimously passed a series
of resolutions in favor of full inderjen-
dence for Canada, and asking the libe
ral party to make that principle a plank
in the platform.
A gang of eight youths, rancrincrin
age from 16 to 22, Saturday, brutally as
saulted an old lady, 60 years of age.
named Bridget Callaghan, near Shenan
doah, Pa. Chas. Willis and Henry
Sheeb have been arrested on suspicion
that they belonged to the gang.
Dispatches from New Haven, Conn..
state that Blanche Douglass has made
a confession, giving damaging testi
mony against the Malleys in connection
witn lue deatu of J enme Cramer.
A vouns man named Tp.e. of VVVnt,
Middlesex, Butler county, Pa, on Satur
day, while on a hunting expedition, met
two young lady acquaintances while in
the woods, and without provocation
fired two shots, wounding both ladies.
A brother ot one of tne voung ladies.
named Allison, started in pursuit, and
Lee, finding arrest inevitable, commit
ted suicide by shooting himself.
John Horan was awakened early
Sunday morning by a burglar breaking
into his room, situated on the second
floor of a tenement house in New York
city. He got out of bed, when the burg
lar took fright and jumped out of the
window on to the hre-escape, but miss
ing his footing, he fell to the ground
and was Killed. ie was recognized as
Thomas Hutlon, aged 23, known to the
police as a professional thief.
Bronze medals hava been struck at
St Louis for the delegates to the Chi
cago convention of 1880, who through
the 36 ballots steadfastly voted tor uen.
Grant. These mementoes are repre
sented to be 2 inches in diameter, 3-16
of an inch in thickness, and weighing
nearly a pound. On the face is a pro
file head of Gen. Grant surrounded by a
wreath, and on the reverse side will be
inscribed the name of the recipient.
A New Orleans telecrram savs there
is a break of 100 feet in the O'Brien
j levee at Tropical Bend, a little above
the quarantine station, but on the op
posite side ot tne rivr. Tne country
for two miles back Is said to da innnda-
ted. Chief State Engineer Richardson
uuea not anticipate any serious uuuuie
i from this crevasse. A break in the
3 a. a. : . 1,1
Mi.qaiaa.nn. Iavaa at Dalta. Louisiana, is
reported, and the water is flooding the
In the progress of an investigation
into the conduct of Dr. L.awler, quaran
tine physician at San 1 rancisco, who
had enforced the vaccination of immi
'rants before landing, it was testified
dv the mate of the British steamer
Marv. which brought 676 Chinese from
Hong Kong, that the ship's pbysiciani
had made pretence of vaccinating the
Chinese before leaving port, but one of
them told him that there was no vac
cine matter in Hong Kong, and that
thev had gone through the form with
Mourning; Weed Uufau.Iua.ble.
Mourning i3 going out of fashion in
England. A widow's is the only
bereavement that must according to
the canons of society, be symbolized by
vards of crape and paramatta. All
other degrees of grief of the departed
can. it seems, be amply expressed by
bond of black crape worn round the
sleeve. This state of things is, doubt
less, a reaction from the two apparent
luxury of woe prevaiant tin recently,
but it has its disadvantages. Once on
a time we were protected from the
disagreeable riek of inquiring after the
health of persons wno are no more oy
the inky blackness of attire of their
surviving relatives. It is not pleasant
to remark casually and cheerfully to a
young lady : "And your father is he all
right r ana to De morany oowiea over
by the reply, "He is dead," accompanied
by a reproachful glance at the strip of
blank which you have never noticed
upon her arm. Surely some compro
mise can.be made between the heavy
black that was once considered neces
sary and the sprapof crape that is now
thought gumcienc. Jjpcia piuausor a
distressing ind ought to, be guarded.
against, ana wuiuau ave iuguiuMs
finoucrh to devise some means ofadver
tisincr bereavement wmcn anan do
patent to ftU anflyet compatible with a
becoming variety ai costume aDt co
T?TwTTiTmrfmTTRO- Va Jan. 31. On
the Richmond, Fredericksburg & Po
tim&n raiirnarl fiarlv this morning near
the Potomac run the second section of
a freight train collided with the rear of
the first section wmcn naa oroK.u
I loose, overturning the engine of the
second section, wrecking several cars
and serionsiv lniurinz a. ieweu, en
ITBTtU OF INTEREST.
Last year there was .one suicide for
5283 of the American population ; the
year previous,' one to every 6800; the
year before that, one to 6840. . So it
seems this evil is on the increase as
well as the homicidal mania.
For over fifty-four years Squire BheI
ton, of Aberdeen, Ohio, the Gretna
Green" of America on the Ohio river,
performed the ceremony for runaway
couples from Kentucky and other
States, making 4,000 persons happy or
miserable. His successor, "Squire Beas
ley, who began twelve years ago, has
married 2,900 couples, mostly under age.
The receipts of the Western Union
Telegraph company in 1880 were near
ly 613,000,000 and the net profits nearly
66.000,000. This was before the con
solidation. Assuming that the actual
capital invested in the lines is but $15,
000,000, a netproflt of $6,000,000 annual
ly presents a startling fact, illustrating
the rapacity of corporate greed.
St. Louis gamblers have been playing
poker with Col. Starf; a specially rich
planter from Mississippi, who was con
fined to his room by gout and used cards
only to kill time. Pretty much all the
professional men in the city went
around, one after another, to help pluck
so fine a pigeon, but luck was strangely
against tnem, ana nnaiiy it appeared
that the gout was all a sham, that Col.
Starr was a shining light in the fra
ternity, and that the brethren had been
ridiculously taken in.
The southern fourth of Alabama is
covered with forests of the long-leaved
pine, mixed in the northern part with
much hard wood. A comparatively
narrow belt of pines runs nearly across
the State between latitude 32 and 33 de-
frees, besides several smaller bodies
urther north. The total amount of
standing pine is estimated at 21,192,000,
000 feet, and the cut during the census
year 245,396,000 feet, being a little more
than 1 per cent, of the total supply.
It is a singular and suggestive fact
that Mr. Webster Wagner, who was
burned to death in one of his own pal
ace cars, on the Hudson River Railroad
was chairman of the committee on rail
roads in the New York State Senate,
which a year ago smothered and sup
pressed a bill introduced in that body
for the better protection of life on rail
ways. Should one of the Vander
bilt family perish by a similar disaster.
it is likely that opposition to such leg-
siation would not be so actively inter
posed in future.
Wonderful Strength of Insects.
New York Sun.
"If you want to see muscle," a natu
ralist said, "take a glance through this
glass," pointing to a seat before a pow
The drop of Croton water was fairly
alive with little round or oval bodies.
There was nothing specially remark
able about thorn : but soon a wonderful
creature rolled upon the scene from a
distant part of the drop. In appear
ance it resembled a crystal oeu. The
edges were ornamented with a delicate
friuge, and the entire mass was as
transparent as glass. The mouth of the
bell was evidently tne moum ot the
animal, because the observer saw it
rush along like a scoop, and, turning
down, fasten its edges to the bottom, as
if to secure some minute animal that
was resisting, and a second later some
object could be seen passing up into the
"if you had the strength or tnat ani
mal," the naturalist said,,in proportion
to your size, you could take Trinity
Church by its steeple and toss it over
into New Jersey. There are an
imals in this drop that we can
not see with this powerful glass.
Suppose there was this same differ
ence in size among the higher animals.
Elephants would be as large as the
State of Rhode Isiand. If this bell
animal was as much larger than man
as it is than these little creatures it is
eating.Jwe would see a gigantic scope of
jelly larger than the Forty-second
street reservoir coming down on us,
whirling in the water, and causing
a suction that a regiment of men
would, if in the water, be hurled and
twisted and then encompassed by it.
The strength of the creature can be
imagined when it is known that the
smallest section of the finest hair that
could be cut seemed like a mountain
beside it; yet the microscopic creature
moved the eud of an entire hair placed
over the glass. In moving about it
threw aside bits of algse and mud
That could be compared to the act of a
sincle man striking down one of the
giant trees of California, or kicking
over a block of houses. 1 am devis
ing an instrument to measure the pow
er of these microscopic giants."
"An ant can carry a weight aoonc
seventy-five times its own, tne natu
ralist said. "If vou had the muscle of
one of these little creatures in propor
tion to your size, you could lift about
Fire lu New York Among- Newspa
per Offices One Life Lost and Sev
eral Ottasrs Tnought to he
New York, Jan. 31 A fire broke
out at 10 o'clock this mording in the
building on the corner of Park Row
and Beekman street recently occupied
by the New York World.
The flames spread rapidly and in
volved the entire block as tar as the
Times ofhee. The latter suffered some
damage ;but the fire was extinguished
before doing serious harm to the Times
All the other buildings in the block
were practically destroyed. It is known
that one woman was killed in trying to
escape by the window. She broke
through a canvass stretched - to save
her and her head was crushed, it is
supposed that other lives were lost
The pecuniary loss is very heavy. In
the block were a large number of offices
of weekly and class . newspapers and
periodicals, among which were the
Scientific American.New York Obser
ver, Turf, Field and Farm, Scottish
American Journal. Thorn nsrm'a Rank
Note and Commercial Reporter, Forest
and, Stream, and Italian, Spanish,Swed-
lsb. German ana Portugese weeaiy
journals, and a number of advertising
agencies. The buildings involved are
3,537. and 39 Park Row. Among the
occupants of the ground, floor are an
extensive rubber firm and a wholesale
machinery and hardware house. The
list of losers is very large and amounts
heavv. Humors are afloat that fifteen
lives have been lost but only one corpse
has been found so zar.
Wendell PnllUps and Civil Service
Mv nlan of civil service reform
would be the opposite of what they
propose. I sould seek a remedy for the
evils they describe in a wholly different
direction from theirsIn fearless re-
courseto a further extension ; of the
democratic principles of our institu
tions Tt each district choose its own
postmaster and custom house officials.
This course would appeal to the best
sense and sober second thought of each
district Responsibility would purify
and elevate the masses, while govern
ment would be relieved from the mass
of patronage which debauches it Their
plan is impracticable, and ought to be:
ior it contravenes tne fundamental
idea of our institutions, and contem-
Slates a coterie of men kept long in of
ce largely independent on the people
a miniature aristocracy, filled with a
dangerous esprit de corps.
For Breicblal, Asthmatic, and Pal-nonary
complaints, and coughs and colds, 'Brown's Bron-
ehlal Troches" manifest remarkable curative pro
When the skin Is parched and freckled br
strong northwest winds and the face becomes drr
and scaly, it can be restored to smoothness and
good color by Dr. Benson's Skin Cure. -A rjerfeet
remedy fer troublesome itching and vszattons
All thfl rtranrlnM mill tiawnaa. K v.
ciuslve supervision and control of ORKitRiT.q .
BJUUBBGA&D and JUBAL A. KABLY.
A SPLENDID OPPOBTUIttTY
TO WIN A FORTUNE SECOND GHANTJ msTP.T-
BUTION, CLASS B, AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1882.
Hist MONTHLY DRAWING.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
with a capital of 81,000.000-to which a reserve
fund of 8650,000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution
Its (5RJNT) HTNAT.W WTrvnifQ rw-rf-.. -wn
, .w.u Vacwub
take place monthly.
11 never scales or postpones. Look at the follow
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000.
100,000 Tickets atTwo Dollars Each.
Tickets, One Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize 880,000
1 Capital Prise 10,000
1 CaDital Prize k Ann
2 Prizes of 82,500 5 000
5 Prizes of 1.000 5,000
20 Prizes of
100 Prizes of
200 Prizes of
500 Prizes of
1,000 Prizes of
9 Approximation Prizes of 8300 $2,700
H Approximation Prizes of 200 1,800
9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900
1857 Prizes, amounting to si io,400
Responsible corresponding aeents wanted at all
points, to whom liberal compensation will be paid.
Kor further information, write clearly, giving full
address. Send orders by express or Registered
Letter, or Money Order by mall, addressed only to
Jn. A. DAUftUN,
New OrlAans. 1 jl
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
127 La Salle Street, Chicago, Ills.,
The New York office Is removed to Chicago.
N. B. Orders fultlraaaftri fn .as nrl;uia urtll to.
celve prompt attention.
The particular attention of the Public ia called
to the fact tnat the entire number of the Tickets
ior each Monthly Drawim? is sold, and conse
quently all the prizes in each drawing are sold and
arawn ana paia.
POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE
In the City of Louisville, on
TUESDAY, JANUARY 31st, 1882.
Thou amwlnm ncenr monthly (Sundays execut
ed) under provisions of an Act of the General As
semDiy oi nentucKy.
The United States CIrcuK Court on March 81.
rendered the following decisions:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution Com
pany Is legal.
'da its arawmes are iair.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
fund. Bead tne use oi prizes ior ine
1 Prize 880,000
1 Prize, 10,000
1 Prize, 5,000
10 Prizes, $1,000 each 10,000
20 Prizes, 600 each 10,000
100 Prizes, 100 each 10,000
200 Prizes, 60 each, 10,000
600 Prizes, 20 each la.ooy
innn phm-h. in each. iu.uuu
Q PrizAs. SHOT) each. Armroxlm&tlon Prizes S2.7 OC
9 Prizes. 200 " " " " l.SOfc
razes iuu " " vvu
1.960 Prizes 8112400
Whole Tickets. 82; Half Tickets, 81; 27 Tickets,
50: 55 Tickets. 8100.
Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter, or send
by Express. DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED
LETTER OR FOSTOITICE ORDER. Orders of
85 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our ex
pense. Address au orders to
R. M. BOARD MAN. Court eisJotnnal Build
Louisville, Ky., or 809 Broadway New York.
PLES, SOILS, er
CURES WHEN ALL OTHER
If you doubt, come to see ua, and we will
or charge nothing! I!
Write for particulars, and a copy of the little book
"Message to the Unfortunate Suffering."
Ask any prominent Druggist as to our Standing.
tav-tl000 REWARD will be paid to any chemist
who will find en analysis of 100 bottles of 8. 8. S.
one particle of Mercury, Iodide of Potassium, or
any Mineral suosianoe.
8WLYT SPECIFIC CO.. Props ,
Price of Small Size,.... 81.00
iirge eize,.... i.?o
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGJ3T8,
Cures Iksioll f5 Q
aar r v
We will offer from this date oar ENTIRE STOCX 0?
(Domestic and flniported losiery
In dark colors AT TOST. We soil have a
to be sold at a SACRIFICE. Also Shawls,
WE HAVE A HANDSOME LINE OF a
Dress Goods, Sis, Safe
Passam entries, Cords and Tassels,
And everjthlng in the Dress Trlinmlw Lta CAU
GENERAL FEED DEALERS
OMMISSION MERCHANT O.
CHfiRLOTTE, N. C.
HAVE HOW ON HANG :
A FULL SUPPLY OF
WHITE AND YELLOW CORN,
PEARL GRITS, BRAN,
AND HECK EES'
WILL GLADLY QUOTE PRICES
BOTH THE WHOLESALE. and RETAIL TRADE.
W" Respectfully soliciting a sbaie ef your
patronage, we are respectfully,
Janl. A. i. BEALL CO.
L' feL' TMTa-,-"""i
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few CLOAKS and WALKING JACKETS
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IN THE SOUTH.
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KRANICH 4 BACH,
And other PIAN03.
AND OTHER ORGANS.
THE ONLY HOUSE THAf SELLS STRICTLY
First-Class Instruments. .
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and you will never buy anything but the best
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PTTTTNG OF 8MAL
Ulsters purified and
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Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvey cured In short
Tetter dried op.
It Is perfectly harmless,
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secured by its use to
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Its use. .
In cases of death m the
bouse, it should always
be used about the
corpse-it will prevent
any unpleasant smelL
Burns relieved Instantly.
Removes all unpleasant
An antidote for animal
or Vegetable roison.
Dangerous efnovias oi
sick rooms and hospi
tals removed dt us use.
Yellow Fever Eradicate
tin fact it Is the great
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