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SATURDAY, FEB. 4,1882.
Index to New Advert tMemen.M
Utatement of the Mutual
p any, of New York.
The popular verdict Is generally the right one;
and concerning Dr. Bud's cough syrup the people
have long since decided that it Is the best cough
remedy ever Introduced.
"I am Indebted for my life." says Judge F. M.
Brooks, of Columbus. Ua., "to Warner's tate Kid
ney and Liver Cure."
FADED OB GBAY HAIR ("adually recovers in
iioir Ruiriam. an elegant
Ing, admired for Its
ipurlty and rl-di perfume.
A FORTUNATE RECOVERY FROM SMALL POX
Mr. John L. Kldwell, a prominent citizen of
'Washington, D C, has in his domestic employ as
a nurse Miss Mary J. Biggins, who has recovered
from a severe attack of smnll pox. Elated at her
success, she Invested a dollar In the December
monthly distribution ot the Louisiana State Lot
tery, and received as a reward for her faith $10,
000 In gold. M. A. Daaphlu, New Orleans, will
occur on February 14th.
Rats, role ant, flies, vermin, mosquitoes, In
sula. Ac cleared out by '-Rough on hats." 15c
boxes at druggists.
Monroe, Mich.. Sept 25, 1 875.
Firs 1 have been taking Bop Bitters for inflam
mation ot klndeys and bladder. It has done for
niu what four doctors failed to do. The effect of
Hod Bitters seemed like magic to me.
W. L. CARTER.
Drueelsts say that Lydla K. Plnkham's Vegeta
ble Compound Is the best remedy for female weak
ness that they ever beard of, for it gives universal
satisfaction. Send to Mrs. Lydla B. Pinkbam,
238 Western Avenuet Lynn, Mass., for pamph
lets. tUBLIMELY SUPERB.
A pair of ba lutiful S in fl wers on Easels will be
mailed free to any lady who will send a three cent
postage sump to Dr. C. W. Benson, 106 No. Eutaw
street, Baltimore, Md.
To all who are suffering from the errors ai d in
discretion of youth, nervous weakness, early decay
oss of manhood, 4c, I will send a recipe that will
cure you. FREE of CHARGE. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South America,
fend a self-addressed envelope tc the Rev.
JOSEPH T. IN MAN, Station D. New York City
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness More economlca
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
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
"ov23 New York.
LeHoy Datridgon. Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
Royal Baking Powder,
ANTERN8 and LAMPS
Of all kinds at low pries.
WILSON & BUR WELL.
JUI8T'S GARDEN SEED,
i'resh supply at wholesale and'retal'.
WILSON & BURWKLL, Druggists.
QAM3' EMULSION COD LIVER OIL,
Pott's Emulsion Cod Liver Oil, Welbors' Emul
sion Cod Liver Oil, Molar's Cod Liver Oil, fresh
supply, at WILSON A BUR WELL'S,
y A8ELINE, PLAIN.
Vaseline Pomade. Tarrant's Aperient, Brown's
Es. Ginger, Just received by
WILSON & BUR WELL.
NOR! II CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
tiecietary and Treasurer's Office,
Company Shops, N. C, January 31st, 1882.
THE Directors of the North Carolina Railroad
A Company bae" declared a dividend of 6 per
cent three per c nt vayable 1 st March, to stock-
noMers of record on 10th February next; and
three per cent on 1st Peptember, to stockholders
or record on 10th August next The stock books
will be closed from 1 Oth February to 1st March,
unu irom iota Auu-itto 1st September. 1882.
P. B. BUFFIN,
febl 1 m Secretary.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Tuesday Evening, February 7th.
THIRD V FAB of BABTLEY CAMPBELL'S Famous
New York Company in his great play,
THE GALLEY SLAVE !
OVEE 200 TIMES
1,1 NVw T rk City, and now playing in Australia,
England and Germany.
The Great New York Company I
MISS GUSSIK DeFOBBKST,
JUNIUS BBUTUS BOOTH.
THOa H. BUBN3.
UA3 C. HAUBURY,
MIS3 EDA CLAYTON.
MI ELSIE MOORE,
MlSS EMMA 6KKBBITT,
I38 MAbY MILLS,
..f": ThePlar will tmmIUvaIt
be produced with
8eiiu?"Jll,8c!nery. clues of Venice, Borne, Mar-
JSSL on sale at thecal
t3"Mr. James Gamble, the water
works contractor, is in the city for the
first time since the contract was placed.
SSMrs. Joshua Trotter, an aged lady
of this city, who has been very sick for
s )me time, was thought to be some
what better yesterday evening.
t3T"At the meeting of the Chamber
of Commerce Thursday night it was de
cided by resolution to have an annual
dinner on the 14th inst.
6SMr. D. Reeves, who will be re
membered as the caterer of the Cen
tral hotel in this city some time ago,
has been engaged to take charge of the
dining rooms and catering of the Char
A portion of our telecrraDhic
market reports failed to reach the office
last night, which accounts for their ab
sence from our columns this morning.
If they were sent out the messenger
failed to deliver them at this office.
ESPAn additional lot of pipe for the
water works has been received, and
will be put in at once. A small amount
of the 12-inch pipe is still required be-
iore enouen win De on hand to com
plete the lines.
EMcSmith says Oliver Doud By
ron's was the first company for which
he has sold tickets sufficient to exhaust
the supply. He was engaged in manu
facturing them yesterday evening as
they were needed.
HCharlotte is fast gaining the repu
tation of being the most expensive
place within the State in which to live.
Rents and all necessaries of life are out
of all proportions to what the laboring
man can earn.
ByThe other day the blow-pipe at
the dam of the city .water works, carry
ing an 8-inch stream, was thrown open
and left open for the space of twenty
six hours. The flow during that time
lowered the water in the dam a little
over four inches.
EAt the Mayor's court yesterday
morning Messrs. Tobe Morrow and
Henry Leeder were up for an affray
Friday night. Morrow was fined $5
and cost, while Leeder was required to
pay $2.50 and costs. One plain drunk
was disposed of by fine.
JSiThe weather for the last fourteen
months has been decidedly "spellish,"
last winter'giving us the longest period
of bitter cold weather that the present
generation has ever seen, which was
followed in the summer by a long
drought, and now we are having what
might be called a rainy spell. A fact
which puts the small boy on an equal
footing with the oldest weather liar in
3F"Mr. Ho. Chambers, the livery
man, has recently received from Phila
delphia a new omnibus which is a per
fect gem, being decidedly the hand
somest and most complete we have
ever seen. The in tenor is of plain oil
finish, and the upholstering is very
fine. Non-rattlers are attached to the
windows, and in front is a locked fare
box in which passencers can deposit
fare, while the driver on his seat can
inspect each deposit before it goes into
meeting- of Trustees
We are requested to announce that
there will be a meeting of the township
board of trustees for Charlotte town
ship, at the court house, at 3 o'clock this
evening, for the purpose of discussing
the condition of the public roads in this
township. A failure to attend the meet
ing is a misdemeanor under the law,
and this fact ought to bring out every
It is asserted that parties on the Ca
tawba river have been in the habit of
placing dynamite cartridges in that
stream and exploding them for the pur
pose of catching fish. Aside from this
being an indictable offense, it is a most
reprehensible practice, as the small fish,
which are unfit for use, are destroyed
with the larger ones, and this course, if
pursued, will soon exhaust the fish in
The Taylor Manufacturing- Company
The Baltimore Sun of Thursday has
the following in relation to the Taylor
Manufacturing Company, a branch
house of which concern is located in
this city: "Mr. Taylor, representing
the Taylor Manufacturing Company of
Westminster, Md , was in Chambers-
burg, Pa., on Tuesday, where he held a
consultation with the executive com
mittee of the business men's organiza
tion, and offered to remove the Taylor
Engine and Locomotive Works to
Chambersbu rg, provided $75,000 is taken
in stock. The executive committee go
to Westminster to-morrow to look into
the matter, and it seems probable that
Mr. Tavlor's offer will be accepted. The
Taylor Manufacturing Company em
ploys 125 men, with a pay-roll of $6,000
a month. The removal is occasioned,
it is stated, by the insufficiency of the
present accommodations and by the
distance of the works from the rail
road." Library Association.
The Tryon Street Library association
held a meeting last night, at which a
reorganization was had. and officers
elected for the ensuing term.
An article was inserted in the consti
tution requiring the payment of an ini
tiation fee of 25 cents for each male
member, and fixing the monthly dues
for such members at 10 cents. No fees
required of lady members. Old mem
bers will be reauired to pay the initia
tion fee as well as new.
In view of the fact that there has
on several occasions been unbecoming
conduct in the unoccupied portions of
the basement of the church, it was
deemed advisable to elect a doorkeeper
who, with two assistants, will be re
quired to suppress anything of the kind
in the future. If this method falls we
would suggest that perhaps a resort to
police interference would have the de
sired effect, as there can be no excuse
whatever for parties interfering with
the meetiugs, and those doing so are en-
titled to no consideration in me mem.
od resorted too to suppress iu
The onlv exercises last night were a
itfttion bv Miss Mamie Byerly and a
A VW www-""- 0
owhich wffl rendered.
reading by MISS JUlia MC-uaucuiui,
The rumor that the waiting room at
the Air-Line depot in this city is to be
abolished, mention of which was made
in yesterday's Observer, is not true,
as we are informed by an official that
nothing of the kind has been thought
of. The feasibility of a removal across
the railroad has been considered, but
nothing definite has as yet been decided
upon. The object in stating that the
rumor was prevalent was to get a de
nial, if false.
"Acrasa tbc Continent."
This sensational drama was given
last night by Oliver D. Byron and his
company to what might be considered
a large audience, considering the rain
and mud. Our readers who are in the
habit of attending the opera house are
familiar with the play, hence an ex
tended notice is useless. It can well be
said that Byron is the attraction of the
play, which, in other hands, would long
since have passed from the boards.
Drowning In Korky Hirer.
Last Wednesday John Young, color
ed, aged about sixty years, was drown
ed at Lipe's mill, on Rocky river.
Young attempted to cross the pond in
a boat, but the river was swollen to
such an extent that he was drawn to
ward the dam and soon lost control of
the boat, when he jumped into the
water and was swept over into the
pool below. Just as he arose after
passing over the dam the boat came
over also and struck him on the head,
either killing hint or rendering him un
able to take care of himself. The body
was recovered Thursday, having re
mained in the water over night.
Young was a blacksmith by trade, and
our informant says that he bore a good
Can diem a.
Thursday was Candlemas, connected
with which is the tradition that good
weather on that day indicates a long
continuance of winfcsr, but if the
weather De tout an early spring is as
sured. A popular Scottish rhyme
reads: "If Candlemas Day be dry and
fair, the half of winter's to come and
mair; if Candlemas Day be wet and
foul, the half of winter's gone at yule."
In Germany there are two proverbs of
the people: "The shepherd would
rather see the wolf enter his stable on
Candlemas Day than the sun." Thurs
day was mostly cloudy in this section,
from which, if the tradition holds good,
it is to be supposed the length of the
winter hereabouts will be about "so
long." That was the day on which the
ground hog is supposed to come out of
his hole, and if the sun is not shining
takes his winter walk, indicating by
this that the winter will be short. If
the ground hog has any existence in
this country outside of the minds of
those who are familiar with this old
and popular tradition, it is to be sup"
posed he took a walk Thursday.
It is to be hoped that the road super
visors, if they are gotten together to
day, will be able to suggest some plan
by which relief can be had in the mat
ter of bad roads. The man who will
suggest and carry out a plan by which
the city of Charlotte will be made ac
cessible to the citizens of the surround
ing country at all seasons of the year
will accomplish much towards placing
hi3 name in the list of the benefactors.
Farmers can not afford to haul wood
oyer such roads as those leading to
Charlotte, and this is the prime cause
of the extravagant prices asked for
wood in this market as soon as the win
ter season opens. The same rule will
apply to all supplies that are to be haul
ed from the country, and in this way
the effect is felt directly by every citi
zen of the place, and more especially
by the laboring class.
The streets in Charlotte are muddy,
but a trip in the country just now will
almost convince a man that we are
having dry weather in town.
The mninal of Now York.
The annual statement of the Mutual
Life Insurance Company, of New
York, appears in another column.
There is always a dignity and straight
forwardness about the reports of this
company that carry conviction. Being
the largest and strongest company in
the world perhaps it can better afford
to give the simpleiifigures without any
attempt at distortion. Its assets now
are reported to amount to $94,702,957 90
and its surplus is given at more than
$12,000,000. Last year it paid to policy
holders, or their representatives, $12,
640,112, a sum exceeding the capital of
half the life companies in the country.
The Mutual's low rates and safe terms,
with its long and honorable career,
have inspired public confidence, and
given it a pre-eminence unequaled. The
company is mutual in fact as well as in
name, and every policy holder has a
voice in the management. The past
record of this great institution is a suf
ficient guaranty for the future.
Net gbborbood Note.
The Concord Sun says Cabarrus far
mers will not plant cotton extensively
Last Thursday the members of the
Poplar Tent fair association held a meet
ing at which Chas. McDonald, Esq., de
livered an address on "advanced ideas
of agriculture and the undeveloped re
sources of our country, which will
likely be circulated among the farmers
of the community.
Concord has organized an amateur
dramatic company which will shortly
give an entertainment.
The dogs in tne ropiar Tent neigh
borhood have been treated to a little
cold poison by some unknown person,
.and the mortality has been all that
could be desired.
Mr. Daniel Fisher, of Concord, has
a cow from which 280 pounds of butter
was made last year
A little daughter of Mr. Jos. H
Young, of Concord, recently had one of
her nngera painfully mutilated by a toy
whxbi it originated.
Bprtngneid, Tenn., April 12. 1881.
Sirs A distressing cough
i 0iirom&M&A lifer, was cured by your
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. A. hofxihs.
Takes the CaAie.
Mr. W. H. Brown, of Dewese town
ship, yesterday brought to The Obser
ver office the boss turnip, and if any
newspaper man undertakes to beat it
he must do so with affidavits. The
turnip weighs ten pounds less one ounce,
and 19 the most perfect in shape we have
ever seen. A fact in connection with
it is that the seed from which it was
grown are native seed, and can be traced
back for 29 years. This statement is
made for the purpose of showing that
large turnips can be produced from
home seed as easily as from imported.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
FEBBUABY 8, 1882
Baltmobx- -Noon Floor very quiet; Howard
street and Western super S4.50SS6.00; extra
S5.20S6.2R; family S6 40S7.60; city mills,
super S4.26$6.26; extra S6 60S6.26; family
S7.50S7.76; Bio brands 87.00; Patapaco family
88.25. Wheat Southern quiet and about steady;
Western higher and closing very easy; Southern
Md S1.38S1.40: amber S1.43S1.45: No. 1
Maryland S1.4ia81.42V; No. 2 Western winter
red spot. S1.89U; February Si 89 bid: March
S1.421S1.42&b; April 81 44i; May S1.45U bid.
Corn Southern steady; Western easier and inac
tive; Southera white 80; Southern yellow 71.
Baltwou Night Oats quiet; Southern 50
52; Western white 51 52; mixed 605l; Penn
sylvania 5052. Provisions steady, with a fair
Jobbing trade demand; mess pork S18.50S18.75.
Bulk meats -shoulders and clear rib sides, packed
7 Via 10. Bacon -shoulders 81ft; dear rib sides
11; hams 18 13V&- Lard refined 11 4. Coffee
firmer; Bio cargoes ordinary to fair 8SA9SA.
Sugar- quiet; A son Ufe Whiskey firm, at 81 20.
Hnr Tom Southern Sour, steady and fairly ac
tive; common to fair extra S5.6587.O0; good to
choice extra 87.1 0S8.00. Wheat opened lfe
lVfec lower, but unsettled and depressed, closing
weak and unsettled at inside rates; ungraded red
Sl.31S1.46: ungraded white S1.35S1.88; No.
2 red, February 8l.44VftS1.45Vfc. Cora-cash
and near by delivery strong, late options lower and
closing dull and depressed and trade less active;
ungraded 6710)71; Southern yellow 70; No. 2,
February 69. Oats fairly active and firmer; No.
8, 46. Heps firm, moderate inquiry and prices
unchanged. Coffee steady and more active sales ;
Bio 89V6; Santos 91. Sugar-unchanged and
dull: sales of Centrifugal 7,914 boxes clayed, at
67; fair to good refining quoted at 67V6;
refined easier and quiet; Standard A 8. Molas
sessteadily held and In better demand. Bice
moderately active and firm. Bosln quiet and
firm, at 82.30eS2.87Vi- Turpentine dull, at
54Vi. Wool steadily held and very quiet; Domes
tie fleece 8650; Texas 1431. Pork dull and
weak and unsettled, and prices entirely nominal.
Middles quiet and very firm; long clear 9Vi; short
10. Lard - opened a trifle better, and closed weak
and dull, with the advance lost, at 811.40
Sll.42Vi. Freights to Liverpool market dull. Cot
ton, steam 5-82SH40. Wheat, steam 84d.
Galtbstoh Dull; middling llc; low mid
dling HVdc; good ordinary 10Ac; net receipts
1,662; gross 2,286; sales 850: stock 90,262; ex
ports coastwise ; to Great Britain ; to
continent : to France ; to channel
Weekly - net rec'pts 1 1 ,270; gross 1 2.098; sales
3,440; exports coastwise 10,404; to Great Britain
4,851; to continent 727; France ; to chan
2.339; gross :
middling lltfec; net receipts
stock 49,851; exports eoaat-
wise ; sales
exporu to ureal Britain
Weekly net rec'ts 15,915; gross
4 857; coastwise 6,066; Great Britain
channel ; continent ; France .
Balttuorb Quiet; middling llc; low mid
dling 118; good ordinary lOVi: net rec'ts 54;
gross 1,890; sales 177; stock 38,660; exports
coastwise ; spinners ; exports to Grest
Britain : to continent .
Weekly net receipts 231; gross 4.978; sales
915; spinners 4nH; exports Great Britain
2,398; coastwise 1,020: continent 50.
Boston Steady, middling 12c; low middling
llc; good ordinary 10c; net receipts 492;
S-oss 1.463; sales : stock 10,033; exports to
real Britain ; to France .
Weekly net rec'ts 2,394; gross 6,870; sales ;
exports to ureal Britain 0,444.
Wilmington Firm: middling lUhe: low mid
dling 10 15 16c; good ord'y 101-lftc: rec'pts 605;
gross ; sales : stock 8,454; exports
oaatwlse ; to Great Britain ; to
Weekly net receipts 8.092: gross : exDorts
coastwise 1.743; to Great Britain ; to con
Philadelphia Steady; middling 12Uc: low
middling UVic; good ordinary 10 Vic; net receipts
159; gross 465; sales ; spinners : nock
; exports Great Britain ; to continent
Weekly net receipt 1,183; gross 2,012; sales
; spinners 1,88 1 ; coastwise : continent :
to Great Britain 650; stock 15,840.
Savannah Firm; middling llttc: low mid
dling 10c; good ordinary 10c; net receipt
.254; gross ; sales 2.300; stock 83.088:
exports coastwise ; to Great Britain ;
to France : to continent .
Weekly net recelDts 10.562:gross 10.636 sales
10,500; exports to Great Britain 9,030; France
; coastwise 9,804; continent 1,743.
New Oblkahs-Quiet; middling llKc: low
mldal.ng llVdc; good ordinary 10c; net receipts
35; gross 8,900: sales 2,000; stock S08.947;
exports to Great Britain ; to France ;
coastwise ; to continent .
Weekly net recelDts 25.099: gross 80.983:
sales 13,500; exports Great Britain 24,261 ; chan
nel ; coastwise 2,879; France 8,019;contlnent
Nxw Tom Quiet; sales 763: middling up
lands 12c; middling Orleans 12V4c: consoli
dated net receipts ; exports to Great Britain
to it ran 88 ; to continent ; to
Weekly net rec'ts 6.842: gross 23.048: exn'ts
to Great Britain 9,516; France 573; continent
,410; sales 3,000; stock 339.121.
LmspooL Noon Fair demand freely met at
previous prices; middling uplands 6d; middling
Orleans 6d; sales 10,000; speculation and export
,000; receipts u.700: American 4.050. uplands
low middling clause: February delivery ; Feb-
ary and March ; March and April ; April
iA XTa . Un. T... . T..nA T..I
aiiu ua; , jua BUU uuo , uuo uu V 111
6 27-32d: July and Aueust 6 29-82d: Aucust and
September . Futures steady.
Liverpool 5 P. M. Sales of American cotton
8.450 bales. Uplands low middling clause: Feb
ruary delivery 6 21-32d; February and March
6 21-32d; March and April ; April and May
6 25-32d; May and June 6 27-82d; June and July
6 29-32d; July and August 6 16-16d; August and
September . Future sclosed quiet.
LIVXBPOOL COTTON CIBCULAB.
This week's circular of the Liverpool Cotton
Brokers' Association, says: "The cotton market
opened firm. On Tuesday there was less demand
and the market was Irregular and depressed, but
it improved at the close Tht quotations partially
declined: Lower grades or American v&o and low
middling l-16d. bea Island was in small demand
at unchanged rates. Futures opened firm and af
ter fluctuating closed l-32d to l-16d lower on the
Sales for the week 61.000
Actual exports ' 8,400
Forwarded from ships' sides
Afloat 360 000
Nxrr Tosx-Net receipts 465: gross 1.973.
Futures closed dull but steady; sales 78,000 bales.
The Evening Post's Cotton Market Report says
Future deliveries opened slightly lower, but on bet
ter advices from Liverpool advanced 2 te 4-1UO.
Subsequently the market became easier and at the
third call February regular was sold at 12.02;
short notice at 12; marcn at 12.24; May at 12.00;
June at 12.88.
FIN AN C AL.
HTorrra. 1 1 A. M. The market opened 8 per
cent higher than yesterday's closing prices for
Adam's .Express, wiu ai yer uiguer ior uiv rest
of the market, the latter for the Northwestern pre
ferred. In early dealings the market recorded an
advance of IbtciW per ceni, 10 wnicn me unio a.
Mississippi and the Illinois Central were most
conspicuous. At 11 o'clock the general market
fell oft y&Qjik P' cent-
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Omcx or Trx Obskbtxb. 1
Ckarlottx, February 4. 1882. (
The market yesterday closed dull at the folic w-
flnnd Middling. 11
8ttictly middling 11U
Striet low middling..
KECkliTa FOB TH WgJCK. PBP TBTDAT, STd.
Wednesday . .
Total bales 651
FEBBUABY 1ST, 1882.
Closing Oat Sale
0VXRC0AT3..., FOB WIN TIB WXAH.
OVZBCOATS ..FOB SPBING WEAR.
B E S O L D.-
A SPECIAL SALE !
A POSITIVE SALE !
For we never carry over from Season1 to Season
any Garments that can be sold at the proper
time, if a reasonable sacrifice can
accomplish the sale.
IT HAS BKKN A MILD SEASON THUS FAB,
AND WE HAYS A
On hand. If we've erred in Judgment as to Quan
tity or styles, NOW IS THE TIME TO
PBIOE MAZES DIPFEBEJTOES.
The lower the Price the Quicker the Sale.
Tor three years our policy has been to close each
season's purchase the season bought, enabling
us to open FRESH NEW STOCKS. Our
Customers expect it; the reputation
of oar House demands U. If you
have not beught it will be
worth your while to look,
for the pi ices WILL
OUB S27. $28. SSO and $32 BILK SLXXTS
LINED OVKBCOATS will be sold wltnout
reserve at $20. OUB $22. $24 and
$25 OVKBCOATS at $17.50.
OUB $18 and $20 OYZBCOATS at $15. This
last includes all of our FINK BKVKBSIBLK
ULSTKBS and ULSTXBKTTBS.
We have some 25 BKVKBSIBLK OVKBCOATS
In handsome patterns, marked $14, $18
and $17.50, which will be sold at $10.
OUB $10 and $12 OVKBCOATS will be sold uni
formly at $7.50.
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remnants of all lots ranging In
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AT COST. AT COST.
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I FIND I BAYS XNTIBBLY
TOO EH U C EE STO CJ
ON HAKD, AND UJ QBDXH TO RXDUC1 IT I WILL OFFZB UNTIL FUBTHXB NOTICX,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
. SSSE. SsQde Gtreetv
w am ACID PHOSPHATE,
OF CHARLESTON, IS. C.
THE FIRST COMPANY THAT MADE FERTILIZERS FROM THE
Wonderful Phosphate Deds of South Carolina.
WOBKS CITTT; 1 0!f
MIITES ITBAR BEE'S PllBBT,) ASHLEY RIVER.
OFFICE:-- 7 Excbge Street, Charleston, S. C.
PEAK0I8 B. HACKEE, President. JOSIAH S. BBOWN, Treasure
CHARLES Y. BIOHABDSON, Traveling Olerk.
JanSl d-8t oaw w-lm
IN FIVE POUND CANS.
THE NEW DRUG STORE,
Corner ef College and Trade streets,
(Wilson ft Stack's eld stand.)
IS NOW OPE N
Parties desiring fresh and Beuable Brags
wOl do well to gire us a calL
)an4tf CDCN QHUK, HAND A- CO
and sold by
Havinc removed to the shop, onTnon stoeet, orer
Se Independent Book A UMulhmoaMf,
nowresxlytorecelTe orders tor HOUSX, SIGN
andORNAMXNTAL PAINTING, socage
Cuilding, Kalsomining, Frescoing, to.