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SdoV nu& gib grltttit0.
Stye Cljartotit fomJiX:
Stamontt , 4.00
Three month. 2.00
WtMu V tourttv). mdhmtee. .... 82.00
OuieftMeewtg, tartrpafd . 2.10
z month ' ....1.08
gr Liberal Bxbutiomjbr 9tubt,
We will dlspUy one of the handsomest
Bvt r offered In this market are specially re
quested to look at ur stock ol '
Bleached Sheetings and ShirtiDgs,
Of which we have endlens variety.
rjgr- cura'oe'i et LA Ed and BOIDERY
win be found superior to any In Charlotte, both In
price and beauty.
Everybody In Charlotte Is Invited to call nod look.
Every bod) lo the County Is Invited to call anu look.
Everybody In the fctate Is Invited to call and look.
Alexander i Harris.
Boats a?tfl ftocs
1882. 1 882.
: o : :
Spring Style Hats.
:o : : o :
Pegraf & Co.,
Hare (cert red and rf d.l.y receiving
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
SGO EKB UN NTTTTeSS,
n a n una -n w B
vm r hj ic r i
9 GO B N NN
GQ KEK N NN
Sill, Iff and Felt
Don't Fail to Call and See Them.
PEG RAM & CO.
33 HAWKINS ST., BOSTON, MASS.
Metelargists. Assayes and Analytical Chemlita
f.,A.d M(VE HE)FIER8,
Frtralcal BlS-Btms f 08 100 lbs. and upwards.
KtFIIAllOUY ti K ES THEATEI).
furvtys, Mine Examinations, Reports, Sketches
aud Maps made. Conf-tructlons of works
and supslles Furnished.
Tie Joy England Smelting Works.
LEAD OH ES
. o FUBC3M4SEP
COPPER MATTE AND BASE BULLI8N
Treated on Reasonable Terms.
TH BIKN3 JffSTALLCBGIsr.
A. O. KIDNEY MINING EKGINKSB.
J H.W HiXUDAT..-. ..Foot. CHMrarr.
mar8 tf '
Sunnt h: s ntrmt styles of Perry'
Pen. Mat far trial by jaail, on receipt of 23 3.U.r
vison. Blakeman. ;Taylcr,& Co.,
On Monday Morning
AND WILL SOON HAVE READY
for Inspection the most varied and best sslectef
Btock we have ever offered the public All lines o
Boods have been bought with care and dlscrtmlna
Uon; but especial care has been taken In the selec
uvu uj. our
Both of which surpass in variety and excellence
anything of the klndever shown the trade of Char
lotte, we ask a tnorough inspection of our stock
and comparison of our prices.
T. L. SEIGLE & CO.
A cold or sore throat may not seem to
Amount to much, and If promptly attended
to can easily be cured; but neglect is often
lOUowed by consumption or diphtheria.
No medicine has ever been discovered which
acts so quickly and rarely in such cases aa
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN JtlLLKIt. The
prompt use of this invaluable remedy has
saved thousands of Uvea.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIIf KIIXER is
noA.an eP"tment. It has been before the
public tor forty years, and Is most valued
where It Is best known.
A few extracts from voluntary testimonials
read as follows:
fAp.Kri-J-KB has been my household remedy for
colds for the past twenty -6even years, and have
E ever known it to fail In effecting a cure.
u8. Crookeb, WilliamsTille, N. Y.
For thirty years I have used Pais Ktiakb, and
round it a never-failing' remedy for colds and sore
throat Barton Seaman.
Have received immediate relief from colds and
sore throat, and consider your Pain Killer an
to valuable remedy. Gso. B. Everett, Dickinson,
-L1? J118 wepvered from a very severe cold,
which I have had for some time, f could get no
rehef until I tried your Pain Killer, which
relieved me immediately. I will never again be
without it C. O. Force, Lowndes, Ga.
years, and have never known It to fail. Ran son
uavo usearus filler in my lomuy ror rorty
uwis, waynes Doro, ua.
I began using Pain Killer in my family twenty,
rive years ago and have used it ever since, and have
round no medicine to take its place. B. w. Dies,
Druggist, Oneida, N. Y.
For whooping-cough and croup it is the best
wruonuuu liiaue. w e Would not DO WltuOUI It
. Roots. TJbrtv Af v
For tWRW t.V-fi Vfi vmn T hava natiA "D.na TTrt T t't.
for colds and chapped lips, and consider it the best
meaicme ever on erea. Ueo.moopib, Wilmington,
I was suffering severely with bronchitis, and my
throat was -so inflamed I could scarcely swallow
any food. I was advised to try your Pain Killer,
and after taking a few doses was completely
cured. T. Wilkinson.
Dr. Walton writes from Coshocton: Your Paw
Killeb cures diphtheria and sore throat, so alarm
ingly prevalent here, and has not been known to
fau in a single instance. This fact you should
make known to the world.
Mrs. Ellen B. Mason writes : My son was taken
violently sick with diphtheria, high fever, and cold
Chilis. 80 many children have died here, I was
ftf raid-to cell a physician, and tried your Pain
Killer. He was taken on Sunday, and on
Wednesday his throat was clear. It was a won
. derful cure, and I wish, it could be known to the
poor mothers who are losing so many cluldren.
For Chills and Fever PAIN KIIXER has
no equal. It cures when everything else falls.
Delays are often dangerous. A bottle of
Pain Killer 4n the house is a safeguard that
no family should be without
All druggists seU It at 5c, 50c, and $1,00
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
sept dtw sept A oct
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS QF A
IjOM of aprlto,Nan8ea,bawel costive.
Pain in theHeaa.with a dull sensation In
the back part, Fain under the shoulder
blade, fullness after eating, with a disin
clination to exertion of body or mind,
Irritability of temper, Low spirits. Loss
of memory, with a feeling of having neg
lected some duty .weariness, Dizziness,
Fluttering of the Heart, Dot before the
eyes. Yellow Bkin, Headache. Hestlegs
nesB at night, highly colored TJrineT
IF THESE WARNINGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TXTTrS FILLS are especially adapted to
snch cases.one dose effects sueh a change
of feeling as to astonish the suffeMf,
nolfidkbed. and by theiiTronle AetlogQn the
Digestive Organs, Regular Stools a (Produced-
Price 25 cents. 85 Mnrray St., Bf.T.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of SI
Ginger, Buchu, Man
drake, Stillingia, and
many of the best medi
cines known are com
bbed in Parker's Ginger
Tonic, into a medicine
of such varied powers, as
to make it tho greatest!
tvi s Ti ' tVt
Ostertr Ever Csfd.
It cures Rheumatism,
yccpkssness, & diseaes
cf the BtomatK, Bowels,
Lime. Eiver ft Kidneyi,
na r oauiii
1 Jswpi, fciiagce Essences
- 'Srr ponies, as U
Chcmistt, N. Y.
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HEADQTUETEKS TOE DEJEES.
THIS house has been leased for tert ol years
Mi Pn-EeeTevwhoBei totenaonM w
keeD a strSj first-cJass house to ejea respert
kCSiapl room, on first and second
Office, 33 Murray .St., New TorK.
Ct)r. TUTT'S HAKl'AL'of Talualilr hIMilln 1
CmAiI Umipto wUl b uiM FKKS aNHttUm.P
The Democrats elected most of their
candidates at the civy election at Bur
lington, N. JM on Tueiviay, aDd secured
a majority of two in the counciL-
The Pennsylvania De mocratic State
convention will be held at Harrisburg,
J une 28.
The eight hundred persons expelled
from Moscow some time since for not
having passports were' Jews.
- It is stated that the Bulgarian' gov
eminent has ordered the disarmament
of the militia because of disorders.
It is reported that Don PhilliDDe.de.
Bourbon, second son of Count D'Aquila,'
ts about to marry Miss Mackay, an
On Tuesday night Wm. L. Valentine,
an old merchant of Boslyn, N. Y., was
wayiaia and roobed by mgnwaymen
and left on tne roadside in a dying con
dition, where he was found by friends,
There is no hope of Lis recovery.
"Within the last three days two trains
on the Hudson River railroad have been
thrown from the track at High Bridge
by misplaced switches. On Tuesday
mgnt one or the officers detected wiine
Kyle, nine years old, who lives in the
neighborhood, endeavoring to turn a
switch. The boy was arrested and held
Over 2,000 representative commercial
men of New York city have signed the
petition of the New York Board of
Trade and Transportation asking Con
gress to pass the "Lowell bill," in order
to establish a uniform system of bank
ruptcy throughout the United States,
and opposing the bill reported by the
suDjudiciary committee or the Senate.
Peter Brown, a tramp, slept in a pit
at Thompson & Co.'s steel works at
Jersey City, on Tuesday night, and was
fatally burned by the molton iron from
a burs ted crucible.
Roger A. Pryor, of New York city,
and John W. Daniel, of Lynch barg.Va.,
were admitted to practice in the United
States Supreme Court Monday.
A writ of error has been allowed in
the case of Martin, sentenced to be
hanged at Newark, N. J., next week,
and all further proceedings will be
stayed until the argument for a new
new trial is heard by the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court at Providence, R.
I., Wednesday approved the proposed
terms of sale and form of 'deed pf the
Sprague estates, and ordered the trus
tees to sell the property on May 4. The
contempt case agajnst Wm. Sprague
will be heard on Saturday.
A resolution was adopted by the
Philadelphia Maritime Exchange Wed
nesday, in response to at inquiry from
Col. Ludlow, United States engineers,
setting forth that a bridge across the
Delaware, between Philadelphia and
Camden, would interfere with naviga
tion, and therefore ought not to be
Gen. Sherman Wednesday issued a
general order embodying an order from
President Arthur, setting aside the find
ings and sentence of the court-martial
in the case of Cadet Whittaker. The
President is sustained by the Attorney
General in the opinion that specimens
of Whittaker's handwriting, which
were not before the court for any other
purpose, could not be legally intro
duced for the purpose of comparing the
handwriting with the "note ot warn
ing," the charge being that Whittaker
wrote this note himself. This error the
President regards as sufficient to inval
idate the proceedings.
Terms ofTrescott's Protocol, &c.
Panama, March 11. The text of the
protocol between Mr. Trescott, United
States Minister Extraordinary to Chili,
and oenor lialmaceda, Chilian Minister
of Foreign Affairs, is printed in the
official papers in Lima.
It sets forth, in regard to the seizure
of Calderon, that Chili abolished the
authority of Garcia Calderon within the
lines held by the Chilian troops, and
that he was arrested without any inten
tion of offending the United States or
any other neutral power, and simply in
the use of the legitimate rights of bel
ligerents. In the second article the united
States eliminate from the discussion the
possibility of armed intervention, and
will offer their meditation only in the
event of the belligerents expressing a
desire to obtain it, and when its accep
tance would lead to results satisfactory
In the third article Chili declares her
feelings of friendship and confidence,
but, if they were offered, she would ac
cept the good offices of the United
States in the contest with Peru, if in
employing such good offices the United
States would accept the terms 01 peace
whei Chili is diSDosed to offer tne enemy.
it being understood that if the United
States should not obtain the consent of
Peru to the conditions of peace, which
serve as a basis for the employment of
the good offices, in such a case the ac
tion of the United states between tne
belligerents will at once cease.
Chili agrees to give every honorable
facility to. Mr. Trescott to enable him
to communicate with any f eruvian au
thorities or individuals, whom he may
consider proper, with, the exception
only of Qarpia Caldero.n,who is a prison
er of wa. The basis upon which Chili
agrees to "celebrate peace" is as fol
irst. Tne cession to gnni oi an Pe
ruvian territory soutn or uamarones
Second. The occupation of the . de
partment of Arcia and Tacna for ten
years, at the expiration of which time
Peru will pay $20,000,000. Should said
sum not be Daid to Chili at the expira
tion of ten years the territory of Arcia
-. m . i : -C
and xacna win remain, tjjsu juuou, ueu-.
ed to and incorporated with the repub
lic of Chili. Peru may fix in the terms
of peace a longer term than ten years,
but always subject to the same condi
tions. Should Arcia return to the do
minion of Peru it shall never "be fortifi
Third. Chili shall occupy the Lohos
Islands "Whilst guano regains on them,
an& the net proceeds of such guano, as
also of that from the deposita which are
known and being worked in Tarapaoa,
shall be equally divided between Chili
and the creditors of Peru,
Politicians in' Lima are reported to be
busy, and, as ueual, are more interested
in the triumph of the party than in the
regeneration of the country jmd mak
ing peace with its conquerors, Piero
la's party is strong, but the Calderon
faction Is not dead or inert by any
OestrylDsr tba Content oi m hoou
used by a small pox jwUlpnt may bo aolded by
nslng Darbys Prophylaetie Fluid. It U morally
criminal to neglect the use of such a disinfectant
and preventive. ; It Iscertalnly best to lentthe
spread of disease, and thoso who will use Darbys
Prophylactic Fluid freely abopt their houses will
besaved from the attacks of all contagioaa dls
eases and death Itself.
CHARLOTTE, N. a, SATURDAY
Our Building Stones.
Balslgh News and Observer.
We have frquently made mention of
tne nne Duuaing stones to be found in
our State, as shown in . the Geological
museum, xney are unsurpassed mar
ble, sandstone and granite.
Apropos df this subject, Professor
js.err says in nis last .bulletin :
"Another illustration of the common
and characteristic disbelief in and ne?.
lect of our own resources is seen in the
monuments in our cemeteries, made of
granite irom ocouanu, while we nave
just as good within 50 miles of Raleigh.
xuo u mien ouw vqubus iju retail nave
unaertaxen to maxe a commete cnl an
f,tionof buiding stones from all the
avauauie quarries in ail tne states, and
in connection wun tne smitnsonian in
stitution, to dress the specimens in va-
; . .
noun ways, anu iu suuject them to all
known tests, mechanical, chemical and
microscopical, preserving the collection
in the New National Museum at Wash
ington, and publishing an exhaustive
discussion or the wnoie subject.
Of course such a publication will be
of the highest interest and authority,
au over me worio, and probablv . for
& generation to come. It will therefore
be a very serious matter for anv State
to be left out in such a report, and to
J. ! 1 it ...
iau 01 representation in such a collec
And this was fust about tn hannAn tn
North Carolina. Being in Washigton
recently, and remembering that the
special agent of the census for collect
ing building stones had failed to apply
at the Geological rooms, last summer.
for information, direction and assist
ance, as he was to have done, I inquired
for the Collection from North Carolina,
and found nothing but three or four
1 i -i
specimens. I had sent them for the
Centennial Exposition at Philadelphia.
n representing the case at headquar
ters that North Carolina had no proper
Bnowmg and mat this state was as rich
as tne ioremost ot them an. m this re
spect, I was authorized to make a col
lection at once and forward to the
United States Census office."
Prof. Kerr desires, at once, specimens
of building stones, from all parts of the
&iBte, to De sent to the Geological mu
Saved from Savage Scalping-Knives by
a Set of False Teeth.
Chicago luter Ocean.
tkiiue time ago a Philadelphia Qua
ker, belungiugio an Indian delegation,
was crossing a wide plain in a- hostile
country. The driver of the ambulance
called his attention to fuur -Indians on
horseback, who soon surrounded the
A young brave in war pamt made
unmistakable demonstrations of hostil
ity. The interpreter told him they
were peace men and medicine men. He
Rt plied that they must prove them-
seivesJmedicine.men : of peace men thev
had had too many already to steal their
and and have soldiers kill them.
"$e quick, said he: "snow us some
wonderful medicine work, or we will
kill you," putting action to the word by
handling their guns and tomahawks.
Here was a dilemma! Pointing to the
oldest one, a nne-looking Quaker six
feet in his stockings, with white hair.
who had been the nrst talker or the par
ty, he furiously gesticulated and cried
"Medicine Man show! Medicine
man show !"
An inspiration seized him. He had
a double set of false teeth on plates of
flesh colored material, and pointing at
his teeth with his finger and then tap
ping them with much grimace and cor
rectness, he motioned tor all the braves
to come within sight, and when all
were intent upon him he deliberately
took out st the upper set and then
the lower setrof teeth, and made a mo
tion toward his neck as if about to sep
arate his head from his body, when the
braves wheeled their horses and rode
furiously away, and the party of peace
makers also turned their horses' heads
and ambulance fortward, rejoiced at
their strategical deliverance.
Another Chapter of Mr. Jacob R. Ship-
herd's Testimony .
Washington, March 22. The exam-
nation of Mr. Jacob R.Shipherd touch
ing his correspondence with the State
Department and Minister Hurlbut in
relation to his Peruvian claim was con
tinued before the House committee on
breign affairs to-day.
He gave some account of the compa
ny which he represents, which, he said,
wa incorporated under the laws of
Georgia in 1870. but refused to disclose
the names of the stockholders, or the
amount of money that had actually
been paid in.
The witness inadvertently made a
statement which pointed to Senator
Blair, of New Hampshire, as the gen
tleman who, in the capacity of counsel,
had brought about an interview be
tween Mr. Blaine and Mr. Sbipherd.
Ie had accepted a fee. but when Con
gress met in December he returned the
money and refused to have anything
more to do with the claim, because it
involved matters that might come be
fore the Senate for legislation.
Judge Robertson, the present collec
tor of the port of New York, was also
retained as counsel and had accepted a
Mr. Shipherd wrote two letters to
Gen. Kilpatrick, neither of which were
The examination, wiU be continued
Tea Treatment in Cfeina
From Bishop Marvin's Travels.
Here, for tne nrst time, we were
taiken into a "Tea-hong," where they
were preparing tea for the foreign mar
ket ; that is ruining it It is subjected
to a degree of beat as hot as a man
can bear his hand in for a short time,
for which purpose it is put into iron
vessels over furnaces. While in its pro
cess of heating it is stirred actively by
men s hands, tne changing from one
hand to the other at short intervals,
the heat being too great to be borne
long even by those accustomed- to it.
Into these vessels a handful of coloring
matter is cast, consisting of what?
I do not know what ail. Prussian blue,
we were told. enters into the com
pound s and, with,our eyes, we saw the
indigo neing pulverised for this pur
pose. I have never relished tea in
America, and L tnins 1 shall never
drink it there again. Here in China
where it is used pure, it is a delightful
beverage. If I can't get it without in
digo hereafter I think I shall not take
it at all. . You can get no respectable
Chinaman to drink it after It has been
doctored for the foreign market, etc,
Mother ltM Recovered
wrote an Illinois old to her. Eastern relatives.
'.She look bitters for a long time but without any
good, so when she heard of the virtues of Kid
ney Wort she got a box and it has completely cured
her. so that she can do as-much work now as she
could before we moved West. - Since she has got
well everyone about nere is owing u." eee adv.
A pair of beautiful Sun-Sowers on Zasels wul be
mailed free to any lady who win send ten cents in
postage stamps or money to Dr. C W. Benson, No.
106 North Sataw street, Baltimore, If d.
MARCH 25, 1882.
Boston, Mass., March 24. Henry W.
Longfellow, the poet, at 4 o'clock this
muruiug, was in a dying condition and
death was momentarilv ft-mrAr! "Rio
bedside was surrounded by his family.
xo ii ucbu &iung ior sometime past.
veswjruav same vrv ramniv nnri at
midnight all hopes of his recovery were
A Toilet Luxury? .
60Z0D0NT is a luxury as well u a necessity.
Placed where It should always be nnon thetntiot.
it adorns it, and gratifies the taste and senses. " It
sends out a delicious perfume, and gives pleasure
and health to Its users.
Women that have been bedridden for rears haA
been entirely cured of female weakness br the om
ot Lydla & Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
Send to Mrs. Lydla B. Pinkham, 233 Western
Avenue, Lynn, Mass , for pamphlets.
eclDlo.N.Y., Dec,!. 1879.
I am nastor of the R:intit nhnh .
educated Dbislcian. T m nntiiT'
rJ!leJamUyphyBlclan a,,d adrtseln miSj"
chronic cases. Over a year ago I recommended
L ... vreouiieui oi Bix oi a loam 8 besi
physicians several years. She has become
thoroughly cured of her nrim n,niioS"Jr.
fvJhMr use .We both recommend them to
-..iZ,: "l wuom nave aiso been cured
wj Tuuu3 aumeuiB aj mem.
HEV. E. B. WAHBXH.
TO all Who AM OIlffArlno fmn t j,
ulSOreuOn OI Vimtn. Mrmni SAikrui 1 j
22Lof maSM- c- 1 U1 8end recipTthatrm
HonH . luiBaiuuary u- joum America.
- - j.. ii.ju.aii, omuuu u, ew rorK city.
"BOUGH ON BATS."
, Tae thing desired found at last Ask druggist
; onK 5as- II, J1 out rats, mice,
r "loaes. nies. bM-hiiffa. i Ra hnvaa
Dr. C. TV. I1EXSOIV. ot 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 Disease
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
ntedical pracUce, viz: a combination of Celery and
Chamomile In the shape of Pills. They are usea
by the profession at large and constantly recom
mended by them.
It Is not a patent medicine. It is the result ot
his own experieEce la practice. They are a sure
cure for the 'following special diseases, and arc
worthy of a trial by all intelligent sufferers. They
are prepared expressly to cure sick headache,
nervous headache, oj speptlc headache, neuralgia
paralys.s, sleepless, dyspepsia and nervousness,
and will cure any case.
sold Dy an druggists. Price 60 cents a box. De
pot. 106 North Kutaw street Baltimore. Md. Rt
mall, 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 ROUGH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
n DISEASES OF HAIR AND SCALP.
SCROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLE8 and
TENDER ITCHINCSonsUpartsof the
body. It makes the skla white, soft and smooth;
removes tan and freckles, and la tha SEST toilet
dressing in THE WOULD. Elegantly jrat up, twe
bottles in one package, consisting of both, internet
and external treatment.
All nret class druggists have it. Prioetl. per package
CHA8. N CRITTKN TON. 11K Fulton otreet.
New York City, sole agent for Dr. C. W Benson'
remedies, to whom ail orders should be ad
MRS. LYDIA L PIKKHuM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Is a Positive Cure
far all tnese Painful Complaints sad Weakness
to common to our beat rem ale pepaiauoa.
It will ears entirely the wont form of Female Com
plaints, all orarian troubles, Inflammation and Uloera
tion, Falling and Displacement, and the consequent
Spinal .Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of Life.
- It will dissolve and expel tnmon from the uterus In
an early stage of development. The tendency to can
cerous humors there Is checked rery speedily bj its use.
It removes f aintness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulants, anl relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cores Bloating, Headaches, Kerrons .Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
That feeliss oi bearing down, causing pam, weight
Sad backache, is always permanently cured by its use.
It will at all times and under all circumstances act la
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For the curs of Kidney Complaints of either sax this
Oom pound is unsurpassed.
IFDIA K. PIXKIIAM'S V EGETAJB UK COS-
POrjXDis prepared at CSS and S3 Western Avenue,
Lynn,Xass. Price $1. Biz bottles for to. Seat by mail
In the form of pills, also in tha form of lozenges, on
receipt of price, tl per box for either. Krs. Flnkliaai
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address ss above. Mention tki Paper.
Ho family should be without LYDIA X. FOnCHAlFS
LITER FILLS. They ears eaeeslpation, hfflonsnsss,
and torpidity of the liver, ts cents per box. -
jpy Beld py all imiggisrcs. len
LILIE ! LILIE! LILIE!
HAYING now two mora Kilns In addition to our
PIHPBTDAX, KILN we are now prepared to
FILJL ORDERS PBOHIPTLT,
on short notice, and at prices that defy competi
tion. We guarantee ouaifty. and make no charge
I nnless Lime proves satisfactory.
we nave aa agency in unarione ra i u ounr
mervlllei who will receive orders for small lets at
Reference as to Quality of Lime given on appli
cation. . SIMON BBOTHKBS,
' Box Ho. 88, uanney city a. u
QUB SPRING Q00D3 are now coming in, and In
UCovcsi mook oi uoods that has ever been
of Goods now in, via: The handsomest Une of
BLACK DRESS GOODS
To be found, embradng CaSHMIRKS 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. m
and aak to see our NIGHT-GOWN GOODS. Our stock
stock wUl be complete in a few days, and if you
come and see usrwlll take pleasure In showing you
PROMPT ATTENTION TO
BLESSIISG TO WOMANKIND.
Relieve all diseases of women pecu
liar to the appearance and cessation
of the menses, uterine disturbances,
torpidity of functions, with leucor
rhoea, dlsmenorrhsea, aud hysteria
also In melancholia and other men
tal derangements. Afford promt t
relief to those distressing betirli'g
down paii s so peculiar to women
Price 98 per box. Sent free by mall
on receipt of price. Dr. Ularke
Medicine Company, New York city.
Scrofula or any Blood Disorder,
In either stage, whether primary,
lecbndarr Oirtlary, are an Invalu
able remedy. They never fall to
euro when directions are followed.
Price $2 SOper box. Five b xes$lO
Sent by mail prepaid, on receipt of
price Aderess Dr Clarke Medicine
Company, New Yoik City.
Tor weakness of the Kidneys and
In 4 to 8 days of all nrinary affec
tions, smarting, freqoent or difficult
urination, mucous discharges and
sediments in the urine fsom what
ever cause induced, whether of re
cent or long standing. One to three
boxes usually sufficient Price 92
per box. rnree boxes for So.
Mailed free on recelct of Drlce. Ad
dress Dr. Clarke Medicine Company,
New York City.
IIEBE IS A BALM IN O I LEAD.
For all cases of Spermatorrhoea
and Impotency, as the result of self-
abuse m youth, sexual excesses in
mature r years, or other causes, and
d reducing some of the .following
effects: Nervousness, seminal emis-
I I f 1- - 1 a
ious KMHt" enussuius uy oiesois;,
Dimness of Sight,- Defective Mem
ory, Phislcal deety, Flirples on
race. Aversion toSoclety of Females,
Confusion of Ideas. Loss of Sexnu
Power,- 4c, rendering marriage im
DroDer or unhaDDr. Are arxwltlve
leure In two to 8 weeks.' One to six
boxes usually sufficient Rice SL50
per dox. s our noxes 90, sens ey
man. prepaid, on receipt of price.
Address Dr. Clarke Medicine Cem
pany, New York City. -
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ZHJI OBSXBVSQ JOB DXPABTKXNT
Has been thoronghly suppUed with every needed
want, and with the latest styles of Type, and every
manner ot Job Printing can now be done with
newness, dispatch and cheapness. We can fur
nlah at short notice,
TAGS, RICTEIPT8, POST1B9,
PAMPBXgrS, CTBCTTLAR3. CHXCXS, 40.
a few days we win show the Handsomest and by
seen in this market
We make special mention
watered effects. NUNS vfiltno. ...
beautiful line of NUNS VF.n tn n vpvKrra
line of MOIRE 8A.TIN3 In black nninn. w.
of PARASOLS is large 'and handsome. Onr
want BaRGaINS in handsome and stylish Good,
everything we have. -
ORDERS FOR 8AMPLE& .
C. C. D. A..
LARGEST MIMC HOUSE
IN THE bOUTH.
The McSmith Music House
CHICKKRING & SONS,
KRANICH 4 BAOiH.
And other PIANOS.
M vSON & HAMLIN,
AUD OTHER ORGANS.
THE ONLY HOUSE THAT BELLS 6TBICTLT
Ask me for prices If you want good work
and you will never buj anything but the beet.
Address or call on,
Telephones ! Telephones !
THE SOUTHLRN BELL TELEPHONE
American Bell Telephone Company
Tor 8upplfng Telephones In the States of Virginia,
West Virginia, (south of the B. 4 O: B. B..) North
Carolina, Bouth Carolina, Floilds and Alabama.
Constructed, equipped with Telephones and rented
re For parilculars address
SOUTHERN BULL TELEPHONE
and TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
f.,blleod8n 106 Broadway, New York.
Baring removed to the shop, on Try on street, over
the Independent Hoos 4 Ladder Track House, is
now ready to receive orders for HOU8E, SIGN
and ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, such as
Gaiiding, KaJsominLDg, Frescoing, k
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