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WEJWlSdDAY, MARCH : W
tl. aJW VL If-i-Bacolw
ewOng every second ana iourui Jrnonaay aignu.
" nLfflOB Lone No. 261, a. r. 4 A. M. Reg
meeting eve first and UUnl Tuesday nights.
ruiMrn Chaftbb No. 89. B. A. M-Regular
mteang even - -
shahlotti CoMMATOABt Ha 1, K..'l. Regular
-.Sniz every first ana lnira -rnsnaars. :
.-TSafl and fourth Thursdays.
iKiairraof mM-Begular meeting nlahta th
Ant and third weanesaays, o.imock p. m. at Ala- I
tonic Temple Haiu
i-I. O. O- 3P.
muiUiri Lodbb No. 88. IMets. eve
MlCKLXHBUBa DWJLABATIOH Lod Na -Meets
every Tuesday night
Did Loie No. 108, -TMeejte very Thursday
lgtiL ' n ' 5 1 H ?
Catawba RrviB EHOAkdl Itffei 21. Meet
lot and third Thursday nights In each month.
Index to New Advertisements.
Ellas Cohen Spring Stock Complete.
Excitement In Rochester.
a oi$d. i;.
To all veto are suffering front the errors and ln-
fisretion of youth, nervous weafrr. esa. early decay
nis'of manhood, Ac, I will send a recipe that will
?ure you, FREE of CHARGE. Thl t great remedy
a discovered hy a missionary lr Jouth America,
afnrt a self-addTessed envelope to the Bit.
josEPH T. EXMAN. Station D, few York City.
lfffmaime Locief ttatr
May be entirely prevented by the ae of BUB
NITT3 No other compound pos-
eesses the peculiar properties' which exactly
ult the various conditions et th auman hair. It
nortecs the bulr when harsh and disy. It soothes
the irritated scalp. It affords the jiches lustre. It
prevents the hair from falling c. it promotes its
healthy, v gorous rowfh. It is aot greasy nor
sticky. It leave no disagreeable odor. It kills
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts ara knwB o be the
best. " ' I, V, '
A nw kTsknjra.
The band will Olatfat Brem 4 Mcpowell's Skat
ing Blnk MoadaV aof Friday evettlnga, st half
put teven o'clock, and Wednesday nights at a
aaarter past eight o'clock. Doors open at bait
past seven o'clocKT
BaDfoKD Alum ain Ibos Atbisw Watss and
Mass. The great tonic and alterative contains
lwiee as much Iron and fifty per cent, more alum
tMiim IIimi wiy "alum and tron mass" known,
jijii the ti ing for the "spring vteakness" now so
itune.riii. ScKl by all druggist ot anr standing
Prices reduced odo halt,
This powder never Tarles. A marvel of purity
strength and whoTesown?ss. SI ore economic
than the ordinary kinds, -and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or p hospnat powders. Sold only In
cans. W 3YAL BAKING POWDEB CO.,
nof23t New York.
tattoy Davidson, sole lgent, Charlotte, K. a
WHICH I WILL EfXL CHJtAP FOB CASH,
BOTH TnoLEatLX and RJTAIL.
AT WHITE FRONT.
1 N 1 quart, l tint and pint .bottles and flasks,
Jostrece yed at .t ; TT.a
WILSOW ft BUB WILL 8
mnrio Drug Store.
Eleetric Hair1 Brushes.
T'LECTRiC.ileahBrosbes) Just arrived, at
w W1L60N BUBWiLL'S
mvio i . , wi.. , jDrofSuwe.
foB aA WMMer tsMbles.:r9oI ir
LRcca Gream Salad Oil,
JiyV ,HOgl CHIPLETS.
tSMeaale: all over the city. 1 ;
: CyChaxIotte Castle Golden Bole will
meet at Masonic Temple to-nigh Busi
ness of impprtaace will come up, and
Tt. Is 4esired 4iiat all the memberVbe
GyMessri Hilton & Morse, who are
operating a steam mill some 80 miles
from Charlottee, on the Carolina Cen
tral Railroad, have a standing order for
all the lumber thev can cat between
now and the first of next January. The
lumber is sold delivered An t.hA nnr of.
trim t a lu..,-...
k5 w vuniiubM).
The owners of the mill contemplate
building a dam at an early day and run
ning; by water power during summer.
Deputy Sheriff D. P. Yount, of
Catawba, night before last brought
Harrison Dockery down from Catawba
and turned him over to the Mecklen
burg authorities for safe keeping,
Dockery will be remembered as one of
the parties implicated in the Thompson
murder, and it is feared he will be
lynched if kept in the vicinity of where
the crime was committed. One of the
parties was lynched some time ago, and
it is feared the friends of the dead man
will take vengeance on Dockery, as he
turned State's evidence.
W Messrs. Elias & Cohen come to
the front in this morning's Observer
and through an advertisement call at
tention to the fact. that their spring
stock of goods is complete and ready
for the wholesale and retail trade. Every
body that reads The Observer is f amil
iar with this firm, and commendation is
unn ecessary. They will be found with
"a full hand" as usual, and while the
wholesale trade will be looked after es
pecially, the interests, of the retail cus
tomer have been carefully considered
in their spring selections.
NO o Shot by a Printer.
A postal card from Danville, Vat, to
a gentleman in this city, states that on
Saturday night Mr. D. E. Graham, a
printer in the employ of Waddill Bros.,
of Danville, shot twice and seriously
wounded a negro in the Arlington ho
tel in that town, Saturday night. Gra
ham was arrested and placed in prison.
No particulars of the affair were given.
Strange Movement ot a Hnge Rock.
A gentleman in this city recently re
ceived a letter from his father in South
Carolina, giving him some information
about a strange occurrence in York
county, which took place a week or so
ago. The letter i3 as follows: "You
will be surprised to hear of the large
rock on Maj. T. S. Bell's plantation
moving 70 yards, or 210 feet, leaving a
ditch or trail C feet deep, and 10 feet
wide the width of the rock. A mira
The scene of this strange occurrence
is five miles, from Yoikvitle, S. C, and
so far "as known the rock, which is ten
or twelve feet high and ten feet wide,
was never before moved from its for
mer foundation. The earth over which
the rock moved is said to be level, and
the circumstance affords a fine oppor
tunity for scientific investigation. The
information comes from a reliable
source, and can be taken as true in every
New Postal Rulings.
The Postoffice Department has ruled
that the designation of the business or
vocation of the party addressed ou the
address side of a postal card renders
the card unmailable, when the place of
business is indicated in the direction.
The following rulings of the Depart
ment in the January "Guide," this year,
should be carefully considered by pub
lishers, news agents, merchants, and all
others who send packages to the post
office for transmission in the mails:
All seakd. packages, except packages
of seeds in sealed transparent enve
lopes and packages sealed with inter
nal revenue stamps ; all packages SQwed
up, except in the ca3e of seeds, where
the absence of any other matter can be
ascertained by feeling; and all pack
ages in any way so closed against in
spection that their contents cannot be
fully ascertained without breaking the
seal, or without undue delay in opening
the same, are subject to first-class post
age viz.. three cents far each half
ounce or fraction thereof.
The in tent, of the law is that pack
ages of third and fourth-class matter
should be so wrapped as to admit of
their wrapper being removed, or the
packages opened, aa that postmasters
may discover whether any letter or
writing not permitted by law is enclosed
therein. If such examination cannot be
made, the packages are subject to letter
postage, notwithstanding ' the fact that
they may be open at the ends.
Richmond and Danville Statement.
The Richmond and Danville Railroad
Company made a public statement Sat
urday showing the company's financial
condition. The statement covers the
half year ending with the present
month. The last annual report to Sep
tember SO, 1831, showeefwthe capital
stock of the company to be $4)6O,O0O,
hand there was a bonded debt of $4,311,-
, 00. The net earnings for the year over
operating expenses una jaaamvBuauuo
reached 0904,371. Fixed charges aggre
gated $592,498, leaving SfejBurplus of
$491,T8 over 110 per cent, on the com
pany's capital stock. For Jthe qtiarter
ended December 81, 1881, tee; net. earn
ings were 8540,401, ana nxea caargen
were SO5,1S0 leaving $235zu as surplus-
an increase of $157,881 oyer the
surplus for the corresponding quarter
In 1880; earning ine quarter
ending- March 81, 1882, (estimating for
unexpired portion of quarter at rate ox
increase already made,) will be $475,000
with; fixed charges amounting to $805,-
130, leaving a surplus of $169t0 oyer
4 percent , an ' yie company's ;capital
stock for the quarter an increase ot w
pei csent oyer, the corresponding quar
ter of last year. ... .' ' '.-
Mmnhls. Teaa lOPil ! el.
Hi H. Warner
and Liver Cure, la
ekneaa of twenty yw 1 muw JZtS.
Ul.Hh immZ . muitMt reasedy
The follow! tig from the Augusta
(Qa.) Evening Tewa is published in this
calnmn for th ijehent of , Charlotte
theatregoers: , . .' ;
An Augusta lady is hating the top
taken oft from 1 ier phaeton, and is hav
ing a milliner trim it with velvet and
feathers, and 8he will wear it for a
bonnet, It will look well at a theatre.
One thine we. shall insist on. If tha
I ladies are going to wear such extraordi
nary asairs, ana that is, that a w indow
be placed at the rear, the same a s a top
huggy, so parties sitting back o f them
can look through and seer what i s going
on on the stage. There is .'notbibg
unreasonable about such a reqi iest
Monday's session of the Superior
court was devoted to trying th e case of
S. H. Hilton vs. R. LMcD well and
others. A verdict was given in favor
of the plaintiff.
Yesterday the case of R. M. Miller,
administrator, vs. Boss and Means, ex
ecutors, was disposed of. . Verdict for
The case of the Stated. Swinsor,
the drummer arrested here for forging
and securing payment on a draft, has
been continued to next term.
Nojthing exceptivil business wiJi be
transacted during the remainder of the
session of the court.
Iiist of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in the post
office at Charlotte, February 21, 1882:
Phil Allen, Addie S Alexander, Alex.
Allison, Robert Bell, Mrs. M K Briant,
Miss H V Brew er, Imer Blackburn
Ausker Barnett, Mrs. Wm. Clarke, Geo.
Crosby, Mrs. Ann Clarke, R C Dunn,
Sarah Davidson, Capt. A A Erwin, W
A Ferretti, James P Flanigan, Henry
D Ford, Samuel Grear, Mrs. P Gillon,
Maggie Gordon, Henry Garnett, Miss
J Halliburton, J L Harkey, Frank Har
ris, Miss Susan Johnston, Master Hugh
Johnston, Charles T Jones, A B Jones,
A H Kent, Joanna Lineberger, Mrs. E.
Linde, Miss Esther Miller. Albert
Mack Clendon, Miss Nancy Ross, CR
gie Simmington, Mrs. Laura Stowe, A K
Saville, Miss Hallie Thomas, Miss Kit
tie Towels, Deane Would, Mary A
Whitfield. Joseph E Wilson, (col.) Leah
Wilson, Bob Wallace.
When calling for any of the above
please say advertised.
W. W. Jenkins, P. M.
Mad Dog Excitement.
Last Monday a mad dog appeared at
the place of Rev. Mr. White, five miles
from Charlotte, and after biting several
dogs in that vicinity started in the di
rection of Philadelphia church, going
through Berryhill, Sharon, Providence
and Morning Star townships, biting a
large number of dogs along its course,
Tne dog was followed and killed near
Philadelphia church, and a party was
organized Tuesday which followed up
its course and killed a large number of
the dogs that had been bitten, and the
work of extermination was still going
on yesterday, the farmers having stop
ped work to give f heir time and atten
tion to the matter. It is reported that
the greatest excitement exists among
the people throughout the sections visi
ted by the mad dog, and that the occur
rence has almost caused a panic, the
women and children being afraid to
leave their homes for fear of meeting
with a rabid dog. Reports say the whole
county is infested with mad dogs, and
the probabilities are that a very large
number of dogs will be slaughtered in
consequence of the general alarm that
is taking hold of the people.
In some instances dogs that have
been bitten were not promptly killed.
For the ioformation of the public it
may be well to state that chapter 38, of
Battle's Revisal, makes such action pun
ishable by a fine of $50, to be recovered
by any party who will sue for the same.
and any person failing to kill his dog
after he knowit to have been bitten
by a mad dog, is liable for any damage
which may occur to persons or property
through such failure.
The Assault on Miss Moose.
In yesterday's Observer an account
wa3 eiven of a murderous assault on
Miss Sallie Moose, of Long Creek town
shic bv a negro boy named Ben With
ers. While the statement in the main
was correct, some of the details were
erroneous. In the first place the affair
occurred in Lemley's township, and not
Long Creek, as stated. The negro
Withers is said to be 18 yeara old a
grown man and it appears from addi
tional information that the assault was
no doubt committed. through malice
towards Mias Moore, as it 4s stated that
on the previous Wednesday she and
Withers, who was a waiting boy about
Mr. Hampton house, had a quarreh
and it is thought that this difficulty pro
voked the assault. It was stated yes
terday that Miss Moose, in her deposi
tion, charged Withers with attempting
to rape her, and it is thought that pos
sibly he succeeded in his undertaking,
after knocking her senseless.
Withers, after leaving Hampton's,
succeeded in getting ahead of his vie
tim, and was sitting behind a bush, thus
preventing hia discovery until Miss
Moose was very close upon him, when
he arose and committed the assault.
Miss Moose was not found until about
three hours after the occurrence, and
at the time of discovery was almost
dead from loss of blood and cold. She
was sufficiently revived afterwards to
give the name of her assailant and the
irnmfltaji(es of the affair, when an
attempt Was IUH.UJ0 J icow ! ti
who ran on seeing the officer. Several
. .1 J.. ni.Asf Atf Viao
shots were flrl at him, but he was only
captured after being run down in a fair
footrace. After his crime ne retnrnea
to Hampton's at which place he .was
when his victim was brought in At
last accounts but little hope was enter
tained of the recovery of Miss Moose,
and it is thought that had Withers been
kept in the neighborhood over nght he
would have been lyncnea uy me ciu
tens of the vicinity. Dr. Wilder, who
went out Monday to attend the jnjurea
lady,, had not returned at a late "hour
last nitfit, and nothing could be learned
yesterday of bet condition. -
PllUrord. Mass., Sept 28. 1878.
Rirs-I have taken Hop Bitters and reoommena
them to otheis,aaI found them very
Mrs. JT 1
8ec'y Women's Chrklan Temperance
Aletter froni Shelby givjea. thein
fonnibn that on la Saturday Mr.
HarvyiAllison,, a fcCer lfving" w
ClMveiana county; ' was' acxiidentally
StatClide.; t He 4was on his vi"
with aload of guano, and m desntt&sS
a small bill he fell from the spring
of bisVagonj the; front and rear wh
of whieh passed over his stomach, cam
ing death in less than an hoar. Medi
cal aid was summoned, but, without
avail. He died.in great agony, and his
corpse was that afternoon carried to his
home, which he had left in the morning
in perfect health. He was a good citi
zen, and was respected by all his neigh
bors. A Clock Fixer "Fixed."
Randolph Hart, a Darlington, South
Carolina, negro, has been in the city
for some time,and has since his arrival,
gone into the business of collecting
broken jewelry, watches, clocks, eta,
from colored people, for the purpose of
repairing the articles, representing him
salf as a jeweler, and having a shop on
Trade streeVppposite the Presbyterian
church. HarJT canvassed for custom,
and by going about among the colored
people he Succeeded in getting a num
ber of articles to repair, which he fail
ed to return to the owners. On Mon
day he was pointed out to the police by
one of his victims, and taken into cus
tody. Yesterday the Mayor sent him
to jail to be prosecuted for his villainy,
as it appeared at the trial that his jew
elry shop existed only in the minds of
his customers, and that he invariably
failed to return anything given into his
.Refined and educated women will sometimes
Stiller in silence for years from kidney diseases,
or constipation and piles, which could easily be
cuied by a package of Kidney-Wort There Is
heidly a woman to be found that does not at some
B e suffer from some pf the diseases fr which
this great remedy Is a specific. It Is put up In
llq old and dry forms, equally efficient. Spring
Sclplo, N. T., Dec. 1 , 1879.
I am pastor of the Baptist church here, and an
edu cated pnyslclan. I am not In practice, but am
mr sole family physician and aavise In many
chronic cae9. Over a year ago I recommended
yoc.r Hop Bitter to my Invalid wife, whe has been
uwfer medical treatment of six of Albany's besi
phjslcUns several years. She has become
thoroughly cured of her various complicated dis
eases bj their use. We both recommend them to
our frter'!.s. many of whom have also been cured
of their various aliments by thenv
Bew E. b. Warren.
S II the drawlnos Will hereafter be nnrinr ttiA n-
elusive supervision and control of GENBBAL3 Q.
x. BjfAUHKUAUU and JUBAL A. EA&LV.
A SPLENDID 0PP0Bau,- "
TO WIN A FORTUNE FOURTH GRAND DISTRI
BUTION, CLASS D, AT NSW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1882.
113rd MONTHLY DRAWING.
Louisiana State Lottery Company,
Incorporated in l8ftS for yR vear bv th
lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
with a capital of 81,000.000 to which a reserve
fund of fcsfiu.OOO has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 2d, A. D. 1879.
Its uKAND SINGLX NUMBER Drawlnm will
take place monthly.
It never scales or postpone. Look at the follow
CAPITAL PRIZE, 830,000.
100,030 Tlek3ts at Two Dollars Each. Half
Tickets, One DoUar.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 Cartel m 830.000
1 Capital Prize 10,000
1 Capital Prize 5 000
2 Prizes of $2,500 fi 000
5 Prizes of 1.000 5 OOO
20 Prizes of 500 lO OOO
100 Prizes of 100. 10 000
200PrjTesof 60 10,000
500 Prizes of 20 in Z
1.000 Fttss of 10 10.000
0 Approximation F'i7es of tSCO 82,700
M Approrlmauon P.izes of 200 1,800
9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900
1857 Prist, ajnotaafcngto io.40C
Responsible corresponding aeenta wanted at all
points, to whom liberal compensation will be paid.
Vor further lnrormados write dearly, giving full
address. Send order. by express or Beglstered
Letter, or Money Oraer by mau7 addressed only to
M. A, DAUPHIN,
New Orleans. La.
or H A. DATTPHIN,
127 La sane street, Chicago, ma..
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
(507 seventh street, Washington, D. C
Tke New York office Is removed to Chicago.
N. 3. Orders addressed to New Orleans win re
ceive prompt attention.
The particular attention of ihPuhlln la nailed
to the fact that the entire number of the Tickets
lor eacn jionuiiy Drawing is sold, and conse
quently an me prizes b each drawing are sold and
rawn and paid.
-POPULAR MOKTHLX DRAWING OF THE
In the at? of Louisville, on
FRIDAY, MARCH 31st, 1882.
These drawings occur monthly (Sundays except
ed) under provisions of aa Act of the General As
sembly of Kentucky.
The United States Circuit Court on March 81,
rendered the following decision:
1st That the commonweaita msnxoaBon com
pany is legaL
2d its drawings ara rau.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
fund. Bead the list of prizes lor the
I Prlzd,. .....- ".. ...
10 Prizes, 51,000 eaeh,:.,
20 Prizes, 500 each,.ii.. ......
100 Prizes, 100 eaca,.i.......:.
200 Prizes, 50 each,..,i..
sno Prizes. 20 each...'.
1000 Prizes. 10 eaeh,..:.:i. 10.000
9 Prizes, 8300 each. Approximation Prises $3,700
9 Prizes, 200 " ' " 1 . . " . ' 1.800
rases, iuo . " wuu
1,960 Prizes, -.J112,400
Whole Tickets. S2; Balf TIctceto, tit 27 Ticket,
i&04 66TifiKasiuu. i
Remit Monev or Bank Draft In Letter, or send
by Express. DON'T 8IND BY RKGI3TXRSD
LSTTSB OR POSTOFITCS OBDKE. Orders of
S5 and upward, by Kxprees, can be sent at our ex
pense. Address all orders to
B M. BOARDMAN, CouneNowml Build
Iralsville, Kj 01 809 Brpadwa New York.
AN and after Monday, Marcn lata freight trains
V J avmt th AHantla. Tennessee Ohio Division
tit th n.ci. Railroad Gouamin. will mLtrf
weekly only, leaving unanooe jaonaays, weanesx
days and Vrldars at 10 o'ciocx a. m , arriving at
BtatesvlDa at 4 n m.. and retutn TuesdnTS. Thurs
days and Saturdays, leaving ; Btatesvule at: 10
n'f tne-s & m. una arnmiM H iiuviwtM o. m.
- IrstgBts will be received for shipment up to 4
o'clock ; p. m. dly. ad shippers will govern
themselves aecordttgiy. 1 . x. x.BAJUij.
a TVxlmMa Residence on b street, be
A. tween SOx and? 6tt streets, is eflered
lor sale, n contains sevem rooms aoa a
sixflra-nlaeesL- House ana premises, in
pair.- Possession given early to ApriL Terms f-
voraDle. Apply ty w. u. wirrnxu.
maril lmeoa uorunua neuuuigum s.
OVXKC0AT8 ...TOR WTNTKR WIAB.
OVXBOOATS FOB 8P&ING WEAR.
A L Ij
A A Ij L
.a a L l
JL a l l,
A, A T.T.T.T. r.T.TT.
M MM M
M MM M
M M M
B E SOL D.-
A SPECIAL SALE !
A POSITIVE SALE !
For we never carry over from Season to Season
any Garments thatane sold at the proper
time, if a reasonable sacrifice can
ccomplLih the sale.
IT HAS BEEN A MILD SEASON THUS IAR,
AND WE HAVE A
On hand. If we've erred in judgment as to quan
tity style, NOW IS THE TIME TO
PSIOE MAKES DUTEBEIOES,
The Lower the Price the Quicker
For three years our policy has been to close each
season's purchase the season bought, enabling
us to epea FRESH NEW STOCKS Our
Customers epect,lt; the reputation
of our House demands It If you
have not bought it will be
worth your while to look,
for the prices WILL
OUR $27, S28, S3 and SS2 SILK SLEEVE
LINED OVERCOATS will be sold without
reserve at 820. OUS S22 $34 and
" $25 OVERCOATS at $17.50
OUR $18 and $20 OVERCOATS at $15. This
last includes all of our FINE REVERSIBLE ' Z
ULSTERS and ULSTERETTES.
We have some 25 REVERSIBLE OVERCOATS
In handsome patterns, marked $14, $16
and $17.50, which wlil be sold at $10.
OUR $10 and $12 OVERCOATS will be sold uni
formly at 57.50.
A lot of some 200 OVERCOATS, embracing the
remnants of all lots ranging in
S KM 00
do moo to
SO (000 00
ee to 00 00
WILL BE SACRIFICED JAT THE
f IE LIL IK (S,
The eonvernent'prtce for aH
- only $5. This lot la an
Sll Ittt rf'
us , li H a 1
xeb n ger
W, .w alndl tsak :tlA this sale the LOV93T
nrlses ia lv JVSR offend, kod wheh vre assert
ttlsw MEAN lb LOWEST psioes TVER Bade
1 : y JOfderB frosa a tetaaea are toUetted, aaC
thesamsiadvaatates. LOWtieeswulbe gfresi
aalf pnrertaslnf la pereorY fhe oprortanltylsa
iaBBODK E. D, LATTA 4 BBO
Vi ' fi v
R 11 u
& M H S
WIISIT 1 BilCH.
-IS NOW IN-
-IT IS OUR-
W1TTKQWSKY k BAR
IS NOW COMPLETE.
Wholesale Retail Buyers Invited to Examine it Before Making their Purchases,
IIANDSO.ttKST STOCK. OF
arpd, Oil Cloths i Eags.
The Largest and Cheapest Stock of
A.T COST !
AT COST. AT COST.
I FIND I HAVE ENTIRELY
ON HAND, AND IN ORDER TO REDUCE IT
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
CATHARTIC AND AL ER.IT1VE.
Is a well known specific for CONSUMPTION, IN-
DrGESTION, and all disorders of the STOMACH,
LIVER and KIDNEYS. v v ,
NINETY YEARS' popular Use fttests Its purity,
safety and superiority to all waters of this class.
Avoid aQ coarse, irritating waters, foreign and
domestic: they Impair the digestive organs and
kidneys, thereby inducing Irreparable results
Rone Geuiaesia on. Draught,
HAVINe assoetated ourselves together for the
purpose of doing a general visions praeUos,
we tender our services to the citizens oACbaaotte
and sur rounding country All calls promptly re
sponded to from our office over Dr. MeAden's
drug store day r nighty - - Lri
; marU lw ; , Drs. GATCHELL t PUQH.
IMPORTANT TO GOLD MINERS.
JIiBYc4;I)cBMe Ac : Concentrator
TIjnii work a larger Quantity of pulp and save
YY a larger per eentase of BUXPHUBXTtf than
any other known devlee, or devices, ousting double
theyaoney. For further particulars, address, at
Washington. D. C , BRYAN TYSON.
tF" Seven years experience In California,
mart d3t wit
& - :B:
MODS A SPECULT7.'
roideries in the City.
6 3 33 T XX 32 TUT.
1 SIHl CD) IE
I WILL OFFER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
Native Mineral Water!!
Dyspepsia, Indigesti&n, Torpid Liver,
Chronic Diarrhoea and Dysentery, Skin Diseases,
Scrofula, Chronic Pneumonia, etc. '
It is a powerfifl Alterative Tonic and Is ANTI
MALARIAL In its effects. Read oertmcates f rom
eminent physicians In our pamphlets.
NO ARTIFICIAL, OASES OB SALTS.
Bottled in lb) natural state, direct from the
Springs, which are beautifully located In Rock
bridge county, Va., and are open for the reception
of visitors from June 1st to October 1st, each
year; capacity, 1,000 guests. ,
For sale, wholesale and retail, by Dr 7. H. Mc
ADEN ana Dr. T. C SMITH, Charlotte, N. C.
, mar!2 ly
To Contraetors and Builders.
THE following Improvements to be let out at the
County Poor House One new building 17x41
feet; also, estimates taken of the cost upon a
building 20x86 feet either in wood or brick.
Also, repairs upon old buildings. For Informa
tion apply to either of toe building committees.
Sealed proposals received unul Saturdaytbe 18th
fast J. M. DAVIS,
mar 12 lw H.M. WILDER.