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We mill display one of the handsomest
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quested to look at our stock of .
Bleached Sheetings and Shirtings,
Of which we have endless varltsty.
OurB?oc of LA Id and ROIDEBY
will be found superior to any In Charlotte, both In
price and beauty.
Everybody In Charlotte Is invited to call and look.
Every bodj In the County Is Invited to call anu look.
Everybody In the fctate Is Invited to call and look.
Alexander t Harris.
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Purveys, Mine Examinations, Reports, Sketches
and Hups mad. Constructions ol works
and Supplies Furnished.
(AA. WAGERS OF
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CpPPER MATTE AND BASE BULLION
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. Saasple box, K differed stylos tf Prrry
en Bent for trial by BoaiS, oa reooJrt c i- cpts.
IvIsohBJakeman, Taylor & Co.,
Peffra & o.,
AND WILL SOON HAVE BEADY
for In SDectlon the most varied find hpt eaiaMaf
Stock we have ever offered the public. All lines o
goods have been bought with care and dlscrimina
Hon; but especial care has been taken in the seleo
lion oi our
Both of which surpass In variety and excellence
anything of the kind ever shown the trade of Char
lotte. We ask a thoroueh lnsneetlon of our stock
and comparison of our prices.
L. SEIGLE & CO. .
A cold or sore throat may not seem to
mount to much, and If promptly attended
to can easily be cured; but neglect is often
followed by consumption or dlptitliN-la..
No medicine has ever been discovered which
acts so quickly and surely in such cases as
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER. The
prompt use of this invaluable remedy haa
saved thousands of lives.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER Is
not an experiment. It haa been before the
public for forty years, and Is most valued
where It Is best known.
A few extracts from voluntary testimonials
read as follows:
Pain Killeb has been my household remedy for
colds for the past twenty -seven years, and have
Eever known it to fail in effecting a cure.
8. Cbockkb, Wmiamavfllo, N. Y.
For thirty years I have used Pais Ktixeb, and
found it a never-failing remedy for colds and sore
throat Bartom Seaman.
Have received immediate relief from colds and
Bore throat, and consider your Pain Killek an
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I have just recovered from a very severe cold,
which I have had for some time. I could get no
relief until I tried your Pain Ktlleb. which
relieved me immediately. I will never again be
without it C. O. Force, Lowndes, Ga.
Have used Pain Klllkb in my family for forty
years, and have never known it to fail. Raxsoh
Lewis, Waynesboro, Ga.
I began using Pain Kiuxb In my family twenty
nve years ago and have used itever since, and have
found no medicine to take its place. B. V. Dies,
Druggist, Oneida, N. Y.
For whooping-cough- and cronp it is the best
preparation made. We would not be without it
a. jr. itpuTS, juDerty muis, va.
For twenty-five years I have nsed Pain Kiixeb
lor colds and cnaDDed Hds. i
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I wan KnfTArlnff omrnmlv with Timnnliitta. and mv
throat was so inflamed I could scarcely swallow
any food. I was advised to try your Fain Killeb,
and after taking a few doses was completely
cured. T. Wilkinson.
Dr. Walton writes from Coshocton : Your Path
KniEB cures diphtheria and sore throat, so alarm
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fau in a single instance. This fact you should
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Mrs. Ellen B. Mason writes: wy eon was taken
violently sick with diphtheria, high fever, and cold
chills. So many children have died here, I was
afraid to call a physician, and tried your Pain
Killer. He was taken on Sunday, and on
Wednesday his throat was clear. It was a won
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poor mothers who are losing so many children.
For CMtfs and Fever PAIN KILLER has
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Delays are often dangerous. A bottle of
Pain Killer 4n the house Is a safeguard that
no family should be without.
All druggists sell It at 25c., 50c, and $1.00
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Providence, R. I.
sept : t.
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Fain in the
okanb ma:: Pain under the shoulder-
blade, fullness after eating, witn a aiiET-
MlmHnn t.n fiXArt.inn Of "bodT Or mind.
Irritability of temper. IjOW spirita. Iiosa
of memory, with a feeling of naying neg
lected some duty, weariness, Dizziness,
Flattering of the Heart, Dots before the
eyes, Yellow Bkin. Headache. Restless
ness at night, highly colored Urine.
LP THESE W ASKINGS ABE TTWHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUIT'S PILLS are especially adapted to
sach cases.one dose effects suehachange
of feeling as to astonish the sufferer.
mi.- w , a nBatKA. and cause the
body to Take on Flesh, thus the system is
nourished, and by theirTonie Action on the
m.iA mM. Kivular luwn axe pru-
duced. Price 25 cen
Mnrray St ff .Y.
TUTT'S HAIR OYE,
Grat Hair or Whisk km changed to aGtossT
Black by a srngle application of thl iDint It
imparts a natural color, acta Instantaneously.
Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt or II.
Office. 33 Murray St., New York.
M Br. TCTTS A!ICL of Vslnahto UfonaatiM aad k
Feby. gflrleodaw "
- -Ginger, fiuchu, Man
." drike, Stillingia, and
manyottne est zrteqi
cmcs known ' are ' cotrj."
tlncd la IVker's Ginger
Tonlo, into a medicine
of such varied powers, as
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m i Or
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ST CHARLES HOTEL.
wPAWmATlTEES TOE DEUMMEBS.
OT ATBSVILL. N. G.
THIS honse ha been leased for a term f yean
hi Mrs. Dr. Beeves, whose tatentton to to
keen I BtrfcUy flrstSass house to every nm..
cSmrSis sample room, on fust and aeeonfl
Xhe patronage 'of Uw'ruMi
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER
THE TOBACCO MEN IN COUNCIL,.
They take Positiou against 'I,ree
Lieai" and a Reduction of the Tax
Tobacco Culture in France Postal
Notes Personal Items Cooper and
Mott Look Blae Jenkins may Come
to the Front Jooes, Speech Minns
the Anti-Negro Section.
Washin&ton, D. C, March 17th.
A convention of tobacco manufacturers
have been holding a couple of day's
session at the Ebbitt House in this city,
commencing on "Wednesday night. It
was in all respects a representative
garnering or representative men. xne
president, Mr. Helme, is one of the old
time types of men, large, broad and
brainey and the body of the convention
was such to impress one with its intel
ligence. Among the delegates present
were Julian uarr, or Durham, jxortn
Carolina. J. E. Boyce, of Henderson,
North Carolina, and H, A. Whittaker,
F. L. Vaugh, of Winston, North Caro
lina. The three former were made
merhbeis of the executive committee of
the National Tobacco Association. It
was early developed in the. convention
that the prevailing sentiment was
against what is known as the "free leaf
t-bill and this opposition found ex
pression in a resolution asking qpngress
not to pass the measure. The conven
tion was also decidedly opposed to the
reduction of the tax on tobacco, unless
the whole tax was wiped out and reso
lutions to that effect were adopted
unanimously. At 10 o'clock Saturday
the convention, in a body, called on the
President of the United States and paid
It has, ever since thia government es
tablished consulships, been the practice
of the consuls to make reports to the
State Department of matters in the
countrv in which they were located,
but it has been only of recent date that
these reports, really valuable, have been
published. From the February num
ber just out Consul Rosevelt, at Bor
deaux, France, treating of tobacco cul
ture in the department of the Gironde,
The department of the Gironde is
authorized to plant tobacco in 1S82, for
the sXipply of the state factories, to the
extent of 2,500 acres, in the districts of
Bordeaux, Bazas, Libourne, and Reole.
Said department is expected to supply
for said year a contingent of one mil
lion five hundred thousand kilograms
(3,000,000 pounds) of tobacco.
The number of plants to the acre
mu3t be from 16.000 to 20,000.
The prices will be fixed the following
rates per one hundred kilograms:
Higher grade, first quality, 145 francs ;
second, 112 francs; third, 90 francs.
Lower grade, first quality, 70 francs;
second, 60 francs; third, 44 francs;
fourth, 33 francs ; fifth, 22 francs ; sixth,
The prices stated for first, second and
third qualities, shall be paid only for
fine, light and combustible tobacco; to
baccos which are coarse, mixed, and
non-combustible, must be rejected in
all classes. -
For superfine tobaccos, a premium of
10 francs per 100 kilograms will be al
lowed above the price of first quality,
according to the law of 1816; those of
lower grades will be paid for according
to the appraised value granted by a
commission of experts.
The above will show the method
adopted by the French government, of
apportioning among the various depart
ments the production of sufficient to
bacco to supply the state factories. It
is thus that the large tobacco monopoly
is niaintained, and that the results
shown by the following figures have
been reached :
In 1815, the amount derived by the
state from this one article was 33,872,
000 francs. In 1853 the amount had
risen to 193,000,000 francs, while in the
latest return given it was 313.546,000
francs. This represents an average of
nine francs per head of the population.
A special service has been ordered
established form Boyetteville, Hertford
county, N. C, to Murfreesboro, a dis
tance ot tour miles.
New offices: Scalesville, Guilford
county, N. C., Finckney Wall, postmas
ter ; Roberts, Madison county, N. C,
J acksfln D. Roberts, postmaster; Chop
ree, Georgetown county, S. C, John W.
Doar, postmaster; Praters, Newberry
county, S. C, W. H. Ramseur, postmas
ter ; Parters, Pickens county, S. C, J as.
E. Borrouehs, postmaster: Gray, Alle
ghany county, N.C, Dav's F. Long,
postmaster cases, itocKingnam coun
ty, N. C, James HighfilL postmaster.
Postmasters commirsions sent: John
F. Cobb, Cobbs, N. C; James R. Little
john, Ashebury, 8. C. ; Mrs. Sallie P.
Marshall, Salem Chapel, N. C. ; Thomas
A. Hobbs, Warrensville, N. C. j Thomas
C. Worth, Creston.N, C; Frank Hawes,
Reedy Creek, N.C; Miss Sarah Stew
art, Wolf Creek, N. C. ; Judson J. Ed-
Sards, Ivy, N. C; John J. Younginer,
akville, 8. C ; James H. Thompson,
Mt. Mourne, N. C ; W. J. Y. Thurston,
Clayton, N. C; W. M, Jones, Caray
N.C; Lewis B. Pennington, Rocky
Mount, N.C; Wesley S. Dixon, Barn
well, S. C; John II. Moore, Lick Log
Creek, N C. ; Miss Flora B. Cates, Rock
Springs, N. C ; Samuel Brooks, Brooks
N. C; Mrs. L. F. Edney, Bat Cave, N.
C; John B. Harrill, Forest City,N. C.
Change in Star schedule North Car
olina: Jamesville to Hamilton.
Leave Jamesville daily except Sun
days, at 8 a. m.
Arrive at Hamilton by 4 p. m.
Leave Hamilton daily except Sun
days, at 8 a. m.
Arrive at Jamesville by 4 p m.
Raleigh to Averysborough.
Leave Raleigh Tuesdays and Fridays
at 8 am. ,
Arrive at Averysborough by 5 p m.
Leave Averysville Mondays and
Thursdays, at 8 a m.
Arrive at Raleigh by 5 p m.
Leave Reidsville Wednesdays
Saturday?, at a m..
A rrivn at. TnllsdaTfl bv 11 a m.
Leave Hillsdale Wednesdays and
Saturdays at 12 m
Arrive at Reidsville by 9 :36 p m
Lexington to McKee.
Leave Lexington daily exeept !Sun
days at 10 a m.
Arriye at McKee by 12 m.
Leave McKee daily except Sundays,
at 3 p m. . . .
Arrive at Lexington by p m,
Change in Star service j
Hillsborough to Roaporough,
From March 20,1888, embrace Bushv
Forks and Long's Cross Roads, next af
ter Hurdle's Mills, increase distance 6
March 20. 1882.- embrace His-
stnre between Ridgeville and
Leasburgb, increase distance i mile.
Leasburgh to Leasburgh.
i?rnm umh 19. 1882. chance service
so as to run from Roxborough, hy Wi
stead, to Leashorongh, and .back, two
times a week, omitting Hester's Store,
Bushy Forks antt Aiongs jross xwaua,
aecrease uisianoo a tuw.
CHARLOTTE, N. C, TlltTRSDAY
. , -
Col. Keogh, of Gf eensbofo, was" here
Col. L. W. Hnmphrey, of Goldsboro,
is here again on a short visit.
Mr. D.Curtis, of Greensboro, passed
through here a few days.
Senator Hampton has introduced a
bill for the relief of Mrs. H. M. Jones,
widow of M. V. Jones, collector of cus
toms in Wilmington in 1843
It is alleged that when he died $1,566
were due him by the government, and
the bill now appsopriates it to his wid
ow. A bill appropriating $5,000 a year
salary to Mrs. M. P. O'Connor, wife of
ex-member O'Conner, has been intro
duced into the House by Mr. Evins.
Friday Jones, a colored politician of
Raleigh, now here, occupied a bed in
the night lodging house a few nights
ago. He said he hadn't mosey enough
to get home with.
Cooper and Mott are both here, but
since Jones and Ferry, both Republicans
on the finance committee, voted against
Cooper, both look blue. This action is
thought to kill off Cooper. Mr. Jenkins
may now step to the front.
As was intimated in last letter, Sena
tor Jones prints his speech with all al
lusions to the negro left out. Fortu
nately for the Democrats they have a
verbatim copy as it was delivered and
win use it in the coming campaign.
The council have done for the State
what the Governor was not willing to
do for it, namely, save the State the ex
pense of an extra session of the Legis
lature, xms uecision meets with unr
versal approval here. Pickup.
Carp, Shad, Salmon and Trout Carp
Ponds at Raleigh Preparations at
Persons who have applied for German
Carp will please note the fact that
every step has been taken to secure
from the United States Commissioner
at vv asnmgton, jd. u., a sumcient num
ber to furnish their ponds. Recent let
ters from the Commissioner indicate
that there will be another shipment
madefy us, but the time is not specified,
and it may be sometime in April before
they arrive. During the past three
months twenty-five hundred have been
received and shipped by express to all
parts of the State. The next lot we re
ceive uviti Washington Will be the last
lor this season, and no further cam
may be expected till the last of Novem
The Board of Agriculture, at the last
meeting, favored the construction of
suitable ponds for breeding the carp .at
home. Much care has been taken in
the selection of a site for the ponds
near Raleigh. We propose to build
breeding uonds and hatch sufficient
quantities annually to supply
any ponds throughout the btate.
The chier teature of the present
month in fish culture is the refitting of
the shad hatchery on the Albermarle
Sound. Such changes and improve
ments are now being made that we
hope to do a work double that of any
previous year. The hatching capacity,
which is now tour million, will be in
creased to nine million a week. The
additional space added will be occupied
by hatching vessels on a new and im
proved method, the eggs being hatched
in glass bottles. Fifty thousand eggs
are to be hatched in a bottle of one gal
lon capacity, and during the process
everything can be seen, and ever dead
egg removed without the stopper. For j
this improvement the country is indebt-!
ed to Col. Marshall McDonald, of Vir- j
I he method heretotore toiiowed con-!
sists in placing the eggs into large
cones, three feet high, (the large end
turned upward), and applying a con
stant jet of water in fromelow. The
apparatus of this kind being yet on
hand ana m good order, will still be
used, the glass bottles being added to
afford greater capacity. This addition,
with such other improvements as are
now beieg added, will place North Car
olina on a par with any State, and I
hope that results will prove us even in
advance. V e shall be more complete
ly equipped than we have ever been,and
with a strong purpose, we confidently
expect to double the catch in our waters
in a tew years, with native hsh.introduc
ing at the same time such other fish as
are considered of value.
No hatching of the land-locked sal
mon or caliiornia trout was under
taken the past season, owing to the fact
that they were adapted to a rather re
stricted class of streams, while the
German carp will prove more valuable
in the same localities, and in the whole
State besides. The German carp will
suit the western counties, and will at
the same time do equally well in every
other quarter of the State. While the
land-locked salmon and California trout
already Un trod uced are most excellent
game fish, we have considered that but
a secondary matter. While they suit
the cold mountain streams, they do not
suit the middle or lower streams ; and
while the cam cannot be recommended
especially for mountain streams, there
is not a mountain tarm mat aoes not
possess every facility for raising them,
and in quantities to supply a family.
We therefore deemed it better to sus
pend the salmon and trout work for one
season, at least, and make necessary ar
rangements to propagate the carp at
home, and in larger quantities than we
could hope to procure them trom the
United States Commissioner at Wash
ington. For the information of those who
do not know the facts, I would state
that the demand for carp in the State is
far beyond our present ability to sup
ply. This is not surprising when it is
known that they grow from minnows
to three and four pound fish in one
summer. And this is not all. They do
this without being artificially fed ; and
if it should for any reason become
desirable to feed them, they will eat
grain and vegetables freely. Names
are daily added to the ist of applica
tions. It is a great pleasure to note
this fact, but we beg all those who
applied later than January 20th not to
expect any fish before October or No
vember, for it is impossible to supply
From many sources I learn that dams
have broken, and that the carp have
escaped, and as a general thing the ap-
Elication is renewed. Now, it cannot
e expected that we should furnish
such'ponds with another shipment'the
present season, until we haye sent each
applicant one lot. This we have to re
fuse, for we cannot get fully around the
first time with the short stock at our
The dams should be packed down and
built at least two feet above the level of
the water, and as a rule, the waste wa
ter should be carried around one end of
the dam. through the hill-side.
No time should be lost during the
present spring season to introduce wa
ter plants into the pondstoontaining the
carp. For this purpose the water lilies
and cresses are excellent, and in no case
should the ponds be left unprovided.
S. 6. WORTH,
SupLFish and Fisheries.
March 8, 1882.
MARCH 23, 1882.
Millions of Codfish Eras.
A New York paper states that Prof.
Ryder, of the Philadelphia Academy of
Sciences, who for the past four or five
weeks has been conducting a series of
experiments at Fulton Market, New
York, in the transportation of impreg
nate coansn eggs rrom that city to
Washington, on behalf of the United
States Fish Commission, has concluded
nis laoors ior tne season and returned
to Philadelphia. About 10,000,000 fer
tilized eggs have been forwarded in all.
The experiments have been very suc-
cessiui, ana it is thought that the best
and cheapest manner t propagating
me uuu nas at last Deen arrived at. The
nrst eirort to attain this result in cod
hatching was made at Gloucester, Mass,
in 1879, when it was found necessary to
transport all of the hatching apparatus
to that place. The most successful ex
periment was the one which has just
been completed the transportation of
the eggs of the fish from New York to
the District of Columbia, where they
are hatched out and turned into the
waters of the Chesapeake. Prof. Ryder
has now turned his attention to the
study of the reproduction by artificial
means of the oyster, and has great hopes
of carrying it to a successful termina
tion. APirf M "rasing for tee Hair, that will
stop its falllne, has been long sought lor. Park
er s Hair Balsam, distinguished lor Its purity, fully
Qnnnllao this "
A CA D.
TO all who nrn anfforfTiir fmm i
aiscretion of youth, nervous weakr ess. early decay
oss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that will
cure you. FKEE of CHARGE. Thl great remedy
Bin i. ' missionary ir xmia America.
Tnai.TSr ria,SS8ea envelope to the Biv,
JOSEPH T. IN MAN, station D. New York City
Dr. C. W..BEJTSOIV, of Baltimore, IHd.
We give above a correct likeness of this well
known and successful physician and surgeon, who
has made a life long study of Nervous Diseases
anu the Diseases of the Skin, and he now stands
in the highest rank, as authority on those special
and distressing diseases. In the course of his
practice he discovered what now are renowned in
medical practice, viz: a combination of Celery and
Chamomile in ihe shape of Pills. They are used
by the profession at large and constantly recom
mended by them.
It Is not a patent medicine. It Is the result of
his own experience la practice. They are a sure
cure for the following special diseases, and are
worthy-of a trial by all Intelligent sufferers. They
are prepared expressly to cure sick headacue,
nervous headache, djspepUc headache, neuralgia
paralyse, sleepless, dyspepsia and nervousness,
and will cure tiny case.
Sola by an druggists. Price 50 cents a box. De
pot, 106 North Kutaw street. Baltimore. Md. Bv
mail, two boxes for $1 or six boxes for $2.50, to
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUCH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASES OF HAIR AND SCALP,
8CROFULA ULCER8, PIMPLE8 and
body. It makes the akin- white, soft and smooth ;
removes tan and freckles, and is tha BEST toilet
dressing in THE WOE1D. Elegantly put up, two
bottles in one package, consisting of both Internal
and external treatment.
All flrst class druggists have it. Prioetl.perpackag-e.
CHAS. N CBITTEKTON. 11 K Fnlton street.
New York City, sole sgent for Dr. C. W. Benson'"
remedies, to whom an orders should be ad
KRS. LYDIA E. PIHSCHAM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PIN (CHARTS
Ib a Positive Cure
for all those Painful Complaint end Weaknesses
so common to enr best female pepnlatien.
It will care entirely the worst form of Female Com
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and TJloer
tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and la particularly adapted to ths"
Change of Life.
It will dlssolre and expel tumors from the nterni In
an early stage of derelopment. The tendency to oan
oerons humors there is checked Tory speedily by its use.
It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all crarlng
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Kerrous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weighs
and backache, is always permanently cored by its use.
It will at all times and under all circumstance act In
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex this
Compound is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PrKKltAJPS VEGETABLE COM
FOUND is prepared at 833 and 35 Western Avenue,
iynn,Haaa. Price . SlxbotUesfor t& Sent by mail
in the form of puis, also In the torn of losenges, oa
receipt of price, tl per box for either. Kr. Pinkham
freely answvn all letter of inquiry. Send for pamph
let Address as abore. Mtntion thi Paper,
Ro family should be without LYDIA IS. FISKBAsPt
IXVER PILLS. They cure constipation, billon in ssr
and torpidity of theliver. cent per box.
tfST Sold by all Druggists. "S ,
LIIiIE! LILIE! LIME!
HAYING now two more silna m addition to oor
PERPETUAL X.ILN we are now prepared to
FILL, ORDERS PHOMPTTLY
on short notice, and at prices that defy compete
tion. We guarantee quality, and make no charge
unless Lime proves satisfactory.
We have an agency in Charlotte of A C. Sum
mervUle; who will receive orders for small lets at
reduced prices. - -
Reference as to quality of Lime given on appli
cation. SIMON BROTHERS,
QUR SPRING GOODS are now coming In, and In
the way, Cheapest Block of Goods that has ever been
of Goods now In, viz: The handsomest line of
BLACK DRESS GOODS
To be found, embracing CASHMKRKS In plain and
American, Lace and Plain BUNTINGS. We have a
BUNTINGS In delicate shades. We have a handsome
can show you the prettiest 4-4 BLEACHED DOMESTIC at 10c per yard, that you ever saw. Be sure
and ask to see our NIGHT-GOWN GOODS. Our stock of PARASOLS is large and handsome. Oof
stock will be eomplete In a few days, and if you
eome and see ua; will take pleasure in showing you
PROMPT ATTENTION TO
BLESSING TO WOMANKIND.
Relieve all diseases of women pecu
liar to the appearance and cessation
of the menses, ut-rine disturbances,
torpidity or junctions, wun leucor
rhoea, dlsmenorrhsea, and hysteria.,
also in melancholia and other men
tal derangements. Afford prompt
relief to those distressing bearing
down pains so peculiar to women.
Price $3 per box. Sent free by mall
on receipt of price. Dr. Clarke
Medicine Company, New York City.
?OR Scrofula or any Blood Disorder.
In either stage, whether primary,
Htcondary or tertiary, are an Invalu
able remedy. They never fall to
cure when directions are followed.
Price 82 50Der box. Five bxes 810.
Sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of
price. Aderess Dr Clarice Medicine
Company, New York City.
N INTALCARLE HE .71 ED Y.
For weakness ef the Kidneys and
bladder. A quick and complete cure
in 4 to 8 days of all urinary affec
tions, smaruag, irequent or oimcuit
urination, mucuus discharges and
sediments In the urine from what
ever cause Induced, whether of re
cent er long standing.- One to three
boxes usually sufficient . Price $2
per box. Three boxes for $5.
Mailed free on receipt of price. Ad
dress Dr. Clarke Medicine Company,
new xotk city.
ftlERE IS A BALM X If G I LEAD.
For all eases of Spermatorrhoea'
land lmpotency, as the result of self-
anuse in youin, sezoai excesses in
maturer years, or other causes, and
DroduclrnT some1 of the followlnsr
effects: Nervousness, seminal emis
sions (night emissions by dreams),
vimness oi eignt, veiective mem-
Dry, fhisieai decay. Pimples on
race. Aversion toSocletv of Females.
Confusion of Ideas. Loss ofSexnd
rower, &c, rendering marriage im
proper or unhaDDV. Are a positive
cure la two to 8 weeks One to six
boxes usually sumcieot Price nm)
per dox.1 jrour Boxes 9a. cent or
matt, prepaid, on-recelpt of price.
Address Dr. Clarke Medicine Com
pany, New York City.
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iJINLf Everybody Has Discovered
TlJt uBSiHU job UXPa&TKDrt
Has been thoroughly supplied wltl) every needed
want, and with the latest styles of Type, and every
manner of Job Printing ean now be done won
neatness, dispatch and cheapness. We ean fur
nlsh at short nottoe,
KLaKlCB, BTT.T-TTT A TM,
TA83, RXCXTPTS, P08TXSS,
PAMPHLgT8, CIRCULARS, CHEC13, Afl.
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a few days we will show the Handsomest and. by
seen In this market. We make special mention
watered effects, NUNS VEILING, French and
beautiful line ot NUJiS VMLING and frkncr
line of MOIBB SATINS In black colors. W.
want BARGAINS In handsom. and stylish Goods.
everything we have.
ORDERS FOR SAMPLE3.
LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE
IN THE SOUTH.
The McSmith Music House
CHICKERING 4 SONS,
KRANICH & BACH.
And other PIANOS.
M ISON & HAMLIN,
PELOCBET & CO..
AND OTHER ORGANS.
THE ONLY HOUSE THAT SELLS STRICTLY
ISsT" Ask me for prices If you want Rood work
and you will never buy anything but the best.
Address or call on,
Telephones ! . Telephones !
THE SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
Americaa Bell Telephone Company
For supplying Telephones In the States of Virginia,
West Virginia, (south of the RiO.B. B..) North
Carolina,. 8outh Carolina, Florlca and Alabama.
Constructed, equipped with Telephones and rented
' tW For particulars address
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
and TELEGRAPH COMPANY,
fob 11 eod 8m 105 Broadway, New York.
Having removed to the shop, on Tryon street, over
the Independent Hook Sc Ladder Truck: House, la
now ready to receive orders for HOUSE, SIGN
v and ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, such as -
KakomiDing, Frescoing, to.
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