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Stye l)arl0ttt ,)b0tn)tr,
j)at,m$vw-,potvM,inada $8 00
Umontiki ,,. 400
rftrw motdM. -N2.00
W ft BELT EDITION:
WHV ( MMty), fMM( 82.00
Outtfitl, rattr&Md 2.10
IJberal BschtMjbr Wtutx.
We will dlspl iy one ol the handsomest
Ever offered In this market are specially re
quested to look at ur stock ol
Bleached Sheetings and Shirtiogs,
Of which we hare endl& s variety.
our toc'c or LA S and ROIDERY
will be found superior to any in Charlotte, both In
price and beauty.
Everybody in Charlotte Is Invited to call and look.
Everybody In the County Is Invited to call ana look.
Everybody in the frtate Is Invited to call and look.
Alexander & Harris.
Boots ana tiroes
:o : : o :
Pegraiu & Co.,
Hkvo teeetved and art d dy receiving
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
eoo keb if 5 snTrfiss,"""
8 K N W T 2 B" "
KB N N B T SSS
GO CSX N NN T 88
Silk, Stiff and h
Don't Fail to Call and See Them.
33 HAWKINS ST., BOSTON, MASS.
MetaUurg'sts. Assayew and Asalytlcal Chemists
PrMtlcal XiB-Rims ft Ores 160 lbs. and upwards.
HtFH BY OKE TREATED.
purvf , Mine ityaanattons. .Beports, Sketches
and Maps made. Constructions of works
and Supplies Furnished.
Tie Saw England Smelting Works.
COPPER MATTE AND BASE BULLION
Treated on Reasonable Terms. '
T fl mas BINN3 . ..MxTAXuraoisr.
x n. KIDNEY,....- Mining Inginkbb.
J Hil HOLLIDAY.... PBOF. CHEMIST.
Sample box, different styles of Ferry's
Peu wnt for trial by, mall, on receipt Of fi
'8le Agents, f
Ivison. BlakeftiaJlaylor & Ci
SB (goods, ffilortbttjfl, Ac;
AND WILL SOON HAVE BEADY
for Inspection the most varied and best selectef
Stock we have ever offered the public. All lines o
goods have been bought with care and dlfcrlmlna
Uon; but especial care has been taken In tihe selec
tlon of our
Both of which surpass la variety and excellence
anything of the kind ever shown the trade ol Char
lotte. We ask a thorough inspection of our stock
and comparison of our prices.
T. L. SEIGLE & CO.
A cold or more throat may not seem to
unount to much, and if promptly attended
to can easily be cured; but neglect is often
followed by consumption or diphtheria..
No medicine has ever been discovered which
acts so quickly and sorely in such cases as
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER. The
prompt use of thi3 invaluabU remedy has
saved thousands of lives.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER Is
not an experiment. It has 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 Kim-kr has been my household remedy for
oolds lor the past twenty -seven years, and have
Eever known it to fail in effecting a cure.
u 8. Cbockeb, Willi amsville, N. Y.
For tolrty yer I have used Pxrw Killer, and
round it a never-failing- remedy for colds and sore
throat Barton Seaman.
Have received Immediate relief from colds and
ore throat, and consider your Pain Killer an
tn valuable remedy. bo. B. Evzrstt, Dickinson,
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 Killer, which
relieved me immediately. I will never again be
without it C. O. Force, Lowndes, Ga.
Have used Pain Killer in my family for forty
rears, and have never known it to XaiL Bansoic
Lewis, Waynesboro, Ga.
I began using Pain Killer In my family twenty,
five years ago and have used It ever since, and have
found no medicine to take its place. B. W. Dyer,
Druggist Oneida, N. Y.
For whooping-cough and cronp it la the best
Preparation made. We would not be without it
1. P. Routs, Liberty Mills, Va.
For twenty-five years I have used Pain Killer
for colds and chapped lips, and consider it the best
medicine ever offered. GecHoopkr, Wilmington,
I was suffering severely with bronchitis, and my
throat waa 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 Pain
Killer cures diphtheria and sore throat, so alarm
ingly prevalent here, and has not been known to
fall 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
chills. So many children have died here, I was
afraid to call a physician, and tried your Pain
Killer. He waa 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 children.
For Chills and Fever PAIN KILLER has
no equal. It cures when everything else fails.
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
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TBlUfJIPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
IiOBg of appetitg.U atfea,bowel8 costive,
Pain in theHead.with a dun sensation In
the back part. Fain under the Bjwnlftgr
blae,fttlWs after eatiofctBdMcA-
Flattering of the Heart. Dots befor the
eyes. Yallow Skin, Headaohe, Heitleasr
new at night, highly colored Urine.
XT THESE WAEirrwc; Ajug UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TTJTTS FTXLS are especially ad,apt?g to
such cases.one dose effects suffcactiango
of feeling as to astonish the snflrerer.
They fnra the Appetite, and causethe
bridV trf aike on Flea, thus the system is
nourished. and by theirTonleAetlonon the
IleatiTe Organs. 'Vv
duced. Price 25 cents. 45 Hurray St W.Y.
TQTT'S HAIR DYE.
iSAT HAIR 0 WHISKERS cnaji iy
lack oy a single appncuuu"
vrn u nQtnrsLi mior. acta IiistantaneQufliy.
exDreis on receipt of II.
Office, 33 Murray St:, New York.
CD-. TrTTB HAKCAL of VlHbl Inforaiatloa ft
tletul Receipt, will k-aulled rREK m apjllaUD.
Feby. 23deodwl ,
(Wnwr Riir.hu. Man
drake, StiHingia, and
many of the best medi
cines known are com
bined in Parker's Ginger
Tonic, into a medicine
of such varied powco, a
to make it th Breatest
XiOSlort r xver ti-
T. .1UVM TJ kifnarisnL
Sleeplessness, & diseaess
cltne Momacn, oottos,
T T tvr-r Sr KidnevS.
J I V -1 J, ' - ' .
F' ; -. entire! v different from
' Tonics a U
M?ii JE?wsm!c"' '
yKfiU color 1 3
He. and f'
liemtstt, XH, x.
HEAD0UAETEES FOI DEUJJ1IEES.
. . . t tx ta n . .
STAT AO IUUH
LI . :L...-j kL.t..uut for a term of yean
nepfl Of tnsWi0 li ted,
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
GOLD AND SILVER PRODUCT OF
Huge Figures to Grasp North Carolina
Takes the Lead in the Southern Divis
ion, --The Colored Question Coming
to the Front ALeadingQuestion by a
Leading Colored Organ Personal
. Notes, Patent Dots and Postal
Washington, D. C March 24. 1882.
There has just been issued by the
census office a supplemental report of
the census by Clarence King, contain
ing statistics relative to the production
of the precious metals of the United
Under the head of precious metals
are included only gold and silver.
The total production for the census
year 1880-81 is stated to be $74,490,620.
Of this no less than 55 tons 724 pounds
(1,614,741 and 3-10 ounces troy) was gold
and 1,090 tons 398 pounds (31,797,474 and
3-10 ounces troy) was silver.
These huge figures may be better
grasped when it is stated that the gold
would fill five ordinary cars, and that it
would take 149 freight cars of the usual
capacity to transport the silver.
The production is shown in geo
graphical sections and by this it is seen
that the Pacific division yields $46,405,
719 of precious metals, the Rocky
Mountain division $27,794,675, and the
Eastern and Southern divisions only
In this latter division North Caroli
na outstrips all her neighbors, yielding
$119,093, or within a fraction of one
half of the entire amount. Of her total
of $119,093 $118,953 is gold and but $140
South Carolin yields but $13,040 gold
and $56 silver.
Colorado leads the list of States in
precious metals, producing $19,249,172
while California which has long held
first place, drops to second with a total
production of $18,301,828.
Tennessee occupies the lust place
among the precious metal producing
States, yielding a total of but $1,998,
being thus over $4,000 in yield behind
the Territory or Alaska.
To carry tbe matter further by a ta
ble it is shown that the average pro
duct of gold and silver per square rnile
for the whole United States is- S9 31
gold, 11.44 silver; per capita for same
$0.66 gold, 0.82 si ver: for the United
States including only States and Terri
tories producing gold and silver per
square mile $14.63 gold, $18.02 silver;
per capita for same $2 60 gold, $3 20 sil
ver. Of States and Territories Colorado
produces the highest average to the
square mile, her yield being $18522;
Alaska the least with $0.01.
Nevada produces $278.14 per capita
which is head and shoulders over all
the States and Territories, while Vir
ginia averages but $0,006 for every man,
woman and child in her domain.
In this table it is seen that North
Carolina averages $2.28 to every square
mile of her territory, and South Caroli
na averages $0.43; North Carolina pro
duces $0.0S for each of her inhabitants,
while South Carolina's soil turns out
but $0.01 for each of her children.
In rank of production of both gold
and silver per square mile Colorndo
takes first place and Alaska last.
North Carolina secures the ninth
place and the Palmetto State has to be
content with the sixteenth position.
North Carolina ranks No. 14 and South
Carolina 19 in the per capita table.
The Sunday Item is the colored organ
of this city, and is edited with more
ability than organs of the colored race
usually command. Among its contrib
utors and supporters are such well
known colored men as Frederick Dou
glass, ec-marshal of this district; Prof.
Greener, of Howard University ; John
F. Cook, collector of taxes of this dis
trict; Dr. Purvis, in charge of the
Freedman's Hospital, one of the largest
institutions of the city; William H.
Smith, librarian of the House of Repre
sentatives, and scores of colored, men,
equally well-known. The utterances
of such a journal must be taken there
fore aa an index of the sentiment of
the people among whom it circulates.
In view of the remarkable speeches of
Senators Teller and Jones, the follow
ing article from the Item is significant:
WHY SHOULD WE ADHERE TO THE RE
PUBLICAN PARTY ?
The fact that the mass of the colored
people are dissatisfied will not be hid
mnrh isnger ; if a break is made, it will
create a sensation ; the colored element,
like other elements, must have reasons
fr remaining attch.ed to. any party.
What reasons? are given by the party to
which they are allied why they should
remain attached V Is it not snubbing
us on all sides V Listen to Senator Jones'
speech in the Senate to his unjust and
unfeeling speech. Is not the party pro
posing to proscribe us in the manage
ment of public instruction in the dis
trict V In fact, i3 it no$ re sponsible for
the proscription, we are now suffering
UI1UCI P AO 1 v UUb nvyvain n , i, v
anew, by legislation, this proscription ?
Did not a prominent member of the
party tell us, when we waited upon him
in a respectful manner to beseech him
not to favor the ingrafting into legisla
tion in 1882, any recognition of a differ-.
ence among citizens because ol race,
that "it was onlj a. sew years ago wueii
it waa affirmed in Supreme Court that
black men had no rights that white
men were bound to respect, and that we
were asking too much? An action
has been had which we do not at pres
ent intend to fully ventilate ; it ia of
such a character thftt we deem it pru
dent to wait for a step f urther of devel
In the distribution of patronage we
are treated as though we were aliens to
our party. What has been doled out to
tbe colored people in Louisiana is
tbiough the exertions of one Senator
and because its colored people have had
aggressive leaders, and only exhibits
what may be done ; it shows that where
there is a will there is a way. Are there
no intelligent colored men in other
States ? How is it that all colored men
are passed by in the North V Is this not
drawing the color-line by the party in
that section ? This matter is being re
garded with some considerable concern.
Fortunately, the day is near at hand
when the colored man can feel that he
is free to form new political alliances if
old ones shall not merit his support. Ik
may as well be known that we are being
approached, and that it is not demand
ed of us to abate in the least our Re
nnhiiiin demand for eauality before
the law. for protection in our civil
rights. Is it just and politic for the
TJiTMihHrym nartv to treat the colored
mn t.h the indifference it is mani
Aatn9 Tt. the tocsin be rung gene
rally that we are not cared for, and
Kaf- ni hft finch a consternation in
the camp as will paralyize the efforts of
any few who might toe induced to quiet
Gen. Grant and wife are here, the
guests of President Arthut at the White
House. They are both meeting with
CHARLOTTE, N. C, BPNTJAY MARCH 26, 1882.
much attention and no t a night goes
Dy dui a dinner pany is i yen in their
honor. Gen. Grant is as plebian as ever
and a few days ago emr jrged from the
White House, took a 3 f jent car and rode
to the capitol.
It is thought that at least 8500 has
been subscribed in tb is city for the re
lief of Sergeant Mason. About $10 000
is the total amount raised throughout
It is a miataketoBuppose that Senator
itansom nas remained inactive in the
fight against Cooper's confirmation. He
He has been doing some very effective
but very quiet work.
It is reported that as Cooper satin
the Ebbit House last night after the
fight in the Senate for his confirma
tion, that he looked so blue that he was
taken by a peripatetic vender as a genu
ine sample of that article. A closer in
spection, however, showed signs of red
ness, and the vender, seeing his mis
take, departed. This story is most
probably a canard.
Patents nave been granted as fol
lows; Chas. P. Dickert and E. M. Hel
ler. Walton. S. C. for sidine and thin
ning Cotton ; Rose H. Goldsmith,
Charleston, S. C, for cotton whipper;
Wren C. Penland, Ashville, assignor of
one naii io j. m. urooKsmer, .buncombe
co., JS.C, for prumng-kmfe; Lewis S,
Hefner, assignor to himself and E. O.
Elliot Spankhn, Catawba Springs, N. C,
seea-pianter, coverer, tina fertilizer
distributor; D.L. Shoemaker, Washing
ton, D. C-. assienor one of third to J.
Hughes, New Berne, N. C, machine for
cleaning and scouring rice, etc.
Star service has been ordered increas
ed from April 1st, between Burnville
and Ashville, N. C, to six limes a week.
Postmasters' commissions sent :
John G. Clifton, Fort Lawn, S. C;
Henry L. Shore, Salem, N. C. ; Geo. N.
Swindell, Swan Quarter, N. C.
A new office has been established at
Ingram, Northampton, N. C, and John
R. Valentine appointed postmaster.
Mail messenger service has been or
dered discontinued at Wildwood, Carle
ville co. N. C. Pickup;
The Shipherd Investigation Letter to
President Garfield What Collector
Washington, March 23. Mr. Jacob
R. fchipheid began his testimony before
the House committee on foreign affairs
to-day oy volunteering the statement
that the Senator to whom he alluded on
the preceding day as his counsel was
Senator Henry W. Blair.of New Hamp
shire, but when asked whether Mr. Blair
was employed simply because he was a
lawyer or on account of his relations
with Secretary Blaine, Mr. Shipherd re
served his answer. He also declined to
give the name of the member of the
House who had been approached on the
subject, but had declined to accept a
retainer as counsel. After examina
tion had gone on for some time Mr.
Shipherd said he had been "engaged in
a lively flirtation with the neuralgia,
which had deprived him of rest and un
fitted him for the fatigue of further ex
amination, and he Avould therefore
crave the indulgence of the committee,
and ask to be excused for to day." The
committee excused him till 2 p. m. to
morrow. A copy of the letter addressed to Pres
ident Garfield by Mr. Shipherd May 20,
1881, was received by mail "from Mr.
Shipherd's son and turned over to the
committee. In it he gives an outline of
his project. -He estimates the value of
the guano on the island claimed by his
company at a billion of dollars. The
presidency of the company had been
offered to Gen. Grant. In telling the
President who he is he says: "During
Gen. Garfield's first term in Congress I
resided at the capital as the chief exec
utive of the American freedmen's aid
commission, sustaining intimate official
and personal relations to Gen. Howard,
then at the head of the freedman's bu
reau, and to leading members of both
houses of Congress, and having a pleas
ant personal acquaintance with General
Qarfield himself, Gen. Howard, Presi
dent Patton, of Howard Uuiversity;
President irohild, of Oberlin; Hon.
James Monroe, Mr. Whitelaw Reid.Mr.
Albon P. Man. of this city, (brother-in-law
of Hon, Hugh MoCnlloch,) one of
the most eminent members of our bar,
and scores of equally eminent gentle
men known to me."
Collector Robertson, of New York,
said to a reporter to-day : "I have read
the testimony given by Jacob R. Ship
herd yesterday before the House com
mittee, and so far as that testimony re
lates to me Mr. Shipherd has stated
facta, tersejy and fairly. I was employ
ed by the Peruvian company to exam
ine a question affecting the company,,
and to give a legal opinion. This I did,
and was paid for it, and that comprises
my entire connection with the com
pany. The question that 1 was asked
to examine was concernipg the title of
the company to the claim made against
the Peruvian government. Further
th,a.n this t have nothing to say .M
He Thought Morning was Night.
Americas (Georgia) Recorder.
Americas has a blind neero wood saw-.
er that has been a walking wonder to us
since we came here. He can walk the
J -1 Jl I. - 1 .3 J
aiuewaiKS as Kiraignii as auyuuuy, aim
eyen follow the slighest deviation of
the walk; can tell you at any time
what'street nelson, and whose residence
he is passing, and what time of the day
it is. But on Friday night the old man
got sold out badly, as at two o'clock in
me morning lie va iounu sawing wuou
for Mr. J. L. Price. When asked what
he was doing there at that hour he an
swered that he thought it was about
supper time, Mr. Price;heard him saw
ing, but supposed it was some cats in
Coltjmaus, Ga., March 25.Mr
Downing, a prominent lawyer and
United States .commissioner, dropped
dead about 9 o'clock last night.
Women that have been bedridden forjears have
been entirely cured of female weakness by tbe use
ot Lydla K. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
Send to Mrs. Lydla X. Plnkbam, 233 Western
Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pampnlets.
. A CABD.
wn -11 .m anffAtinir fmm tVi ovwum mnA In.
A. V Oil W. V " vau Mv www " "
discretion of youth, nervous weakc ess. early decay
oss of manhood, kc. , I will send a recipe that will
cure you. f BSB of C&AB6B. Thl i great remedy
was discovered by a missionary lr jouth America,
Sena a 8en-uurcou euvtuupa - u? me iucv.
JOSEPH T. IN MAN, Station D, New York City.
"BOUGH OR RATS."
The thing desired found at last. Ask druggist
for Bough on Rats. It clears out rats, mice,
roaches, flies, bed-bogs, 15c boxes.
ITIotber has Recovered
wrote'an Illinois etri to her Eastern relatives.
' She took bitters for s long time bat without any
good, so wben sbe heard fr the virtues of Kid
ney Wort sbe got a box and it has completely eared
hoi- mn that h can do as much work now as she
could before we mowd West. Since she has got
well everyone about here is taking it." Bee aav.
Sablimelr Superb .
A pair of beautiful Son-flowers on Easels win be
mailed free, to any lady who win send ten. cents In
postage stamps or money to ur.u. w.nensou, nv
106 North Sataw street, Baltimore, Md.
Br. 3. W. BETVSOKT, of Baltimore, RM.
woirj aoove a correct likeness of this well
known and successful physician and surgeon, who
has made a life long study of Nervous Diseases
na me diseases of the Skin, and he now stands
inthehUthestrank, as authority on those special
uu stressing diseases. In (he course of his
practice he discovered what now are renowned in
meaicai practice, viz: a combination of Celery and
Chamomile in the shape of Pills. They are used
by the profession at large and constantly recom-
menaea Dy mem.
T t . . ...
u ib uui a paieni medicine. It is the result of
civeneucw in practice. They are a sure
2JSi!2r,tne0,11?wln,g 8peclal diseases, and are
worthy of a trial by all intelligent sufferers. They
. u j c-t,coD' wj cure sick iteadacae.
nervous headache, djspeptic headache, ueurakia
ptt?i?.8, 8leePle8s, dyspepsia and ne vousness.
and will cure any case. 1
. ina'iT' J"181- race 50 cents a box. De
"'VPJ 1jrUl ?u4.w stret- Baltimore, Md. By
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DI8EASE8 OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLES and
body. It mokes the skin white, soft and smooth;
removes tan and freokies, and Is the BEST toilet
dressing ia TEE WOHLD. Elegantly put up, two
bottles in one package, consisting ot both internal
and external treatment.
All first class d--aggistB have it. Price SI. per package.
CHAS. N CBI TTRNTON. 11K Wnltwi cHnot
New York City, sole agent for Dr. c. w Ttmann'a
remedlts, to whom all orr.ers should be ad
MRS. LYDIi E. PINKHaM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA 5, PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cs,re.
fer.aU Ikose Painful Complaint and Weaknesses
so common, tqou best ffeaaale population.
It Till cure entirely the worst form ot Female Com.
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and TUcera
tioa. Faffing and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change ot life.
It will dissolve and expel tumors from the uterus in
an early stage of development. The tendency to can
cerous humors there is checked very speedily by Its use.
It remoTes faJntness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression, and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing dowm, eansmg pam, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by Its use.
It will at U times and under all circumstances act in
harmony with the laws tbat govern the female system.
Tor the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex this
Compound Is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PIXKIIAH'S VEGETABLE COM
POUND Is prepared at 233 and tSS Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price $1. Six bottles for $5. Sent bj mail
In the form of pills, also in the form of loscnges, on
receipt of price, (1 per box for either. Mrs. Pinkham
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send for. pamph
let. Address as above, Afmrion thit Paper.
Vo family, sfceald be without LYDIA E. PINK HAM'S
I.TYXB PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness
and torpidity of the liver. 25 cents per box.
tg- Sold by all Praggists. SM
Native Mineral Water ! !
ALUM W A T 15 XI
Dyspepsia, Indigestita, Torpid Liver,
Chronic Diarrhea and Dysentery, Skin Diseases,
Seroiula, Chionlc Pneumonia, etc.
It is a Dowerfol Alterative Tonic and Is ANTI
MALARIAL in Its effects. Read certificates from
eminent physicians In our pamph ets.
NO ARTIFICIAL. GASES OR SALTS.
Bottled In its natural state, direct from tee
8prlogs, which are beautifully located in Rock
bridge county, Va., and are open for the reception
of visitors from June 1st to October 1st, each
rear: eanaeltv. 1 .Oftft attests.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by Dr J. H. Mo
ADEN and Dr. T. C. SMITH, Charlotte, jn. u
A Desirable Residence t B street, be
tween 5th and 6th streets. Is offered
for sala. It contains seven rooms and has
six flte places. House and premlst-s In good re
Dalr. Possession Riven early in April. Terms fa
vorable. Apply ty W. B. GRIFFITH,
marll lm eod At Brown a weaoingion'a.
SWEET POTATOES !
On hand Fine Lot of
BUCHWHEAT FLOUR AND OAT MEAL, AT
& M. HOWELL'S.
LILIE I LILIE ! LILIE !
. -:o-M-- ' ;; -'
HAVING now two more Kline In addition to our
PERPETUAL KILN we are now prepared t
. FILL. ORDERS PROMPTLY,
on short notice, and at prices that defy competi
tion. We guarantee quality, and make no charge
nnlnaa T.lnui nrovmt aaflsfaxtorv.
We have an agency tn Charlotte of A. C. Sum
merville; wbo will receive orders for small lots at
reduced prices.- .
Reference as to quality of Lime given on appli
cation. Bijnuri nnurnnna, ,
Box No. 88. Gaffney City B. C.
f mar7 8m
Wye SPRING GOODS are now coming In, and in
uie way. cneapest Stock of Goods that has ever been
of Goods now In, viz: The handsomest line of
BLACK DRESS GOODS..
American, Lace and Plain BUNTINGS. We have a
BUNTINGS in delicate shades. We bare a handsome
cad show yon the prettiest 4-4 BLEACHED DOMESTIC
and ask to See our NIGHT-GOWN GOODS. Our stock of PARASOLS is large and handsome. Our
stock will be complete in a few days, and If you want BARGAINS in handsome and stylish Goods
come and see us; will take pleasure In showing you
PROMPT ATTENTION TO
ar graves & Willielm.
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SHONINGER BELL CHIME,
PELOCBEf &X0. OKGllSf.
Eight of the Leading Makers
OF THE WORLD.
One Hundred Insfrnments in Stock.
PLXKTY CF XOniEY ON OUB LEFT,
PLttnTlf f t EAT ON OUR RIGHT,
AND A SOLID MUSICAL CENTRE.
We Don't Pot Ten Dollar Gold Pieces on Every Stop
OF OUR ORGANS,
Neither do Wc Throw in a
H. McSIVTITH, Charlotte, N. C.
BLESSING TO WOMANKIND.
Believe all diseases of women pecu
liar to the appearance a d cessation
of the meDses, uterine disturbances,
torpidity of functions, with leucor
rhoea, disjnenorrhaea, and hysteria,
also in melancholia and other men
tal derangemeats. Aff rd prompt
relief to those distressing bearing
down pilns so peculiar to women.
Price S3 per box. Sent free by mail
on receipt of price. Dr. Clarke
Medicine Company, New York nty.
OR Scrofula or any Blood Disorder.
In either stage, whether primary,
41-condarr or tertiary, are an Invalu
able remedy. They never fail to
cure when directions are ionowea.
Price S2 Bfroer box. Flveb xesSlO
Sent by mall prepaid, on receipt of
price. Aderess Dr Clarke Medicine
company, Mew York City.
N INVALUABLE BEMEDY.
For weakness of the Kidneys and
bladder. A quick and complete cure
in 4 to 8 days of all urinary affec
tions, smarting, frequent or difficult
urination, mucuus discharges and
sediments in the urine from what
ever cause induced, whether of re
cent or long standing, one to three
boxes usually sufficient. Price 82
per box. Three boxes ior so.
Mailed free on receipt of price. Ad
dress nr. ciaiae Medicine company,
New York City.
rHEBE IS A BALOT IN G I LEAD.
(For all eases of Spermatorrhoea'
Mod impoteney, as me result or seii
(abuse In youth, sexual excesses In
bnaturer years, or other causes, and
broduetng some of the following
Effects: Nervousness, semrnal emls-
riWk Mons (night emissions by dreams),
Clarice's hDimness of Jlght, Defective Mem
ory, .rniaicai occsy, nirptea on
race. Aversion tosociety oliremaies.
Confusion of Ideas. Loss ofSexail
In vlgr rating
Power, Ac, rendering marnsge im
proper or unhappy. Are a positive
cure in two to 8 weeks. One to six
boxes usually sufficient- Price $L 50
per dox jrour ooxes en oy
mafL nrenatd. on recelotof Drice.
Address Dr. Clarke Medkine Com
pany, New York City.
TBM OBSXBVXB JOB DIPABTHXRT
Hu been thoroughly roppiiea with every needed
want, and with the latest styles of Type, and every
manner of Job. Printing oad now -be done with
neatness, dispatch and cheapness . We can far
nlsb at short notice,
LET TXB-BXADS, CARDS,
TAOS, RECEIPTS, FOSTERS,
PAMPHLETS. CIRCULARS, CHECKS, &
a few days we will show the Handsomest and, by
seen In this market. We make special mention
watered effects, nuns veiling, w mJ
beautiful line ot NUNa veil .n,
line of MOIRE SATINS in Mlu
at 10c per yard, that you ever saw. w. .
everything we have.
ORDERS FOR SlMPLEA
Front Fox ward to the L.r,
Mmhii Music House,
I i irlb ng l epot for the Carolluas
MATH USEE K
HiliierD Gem Piaaos.
Honse Lot or a Railroad,
We Boat That all to Pieces,
1ST CALL AND SEE ME. -gc
Will Guarantee 10 p8r cent on all Moneys In ved.
W For Parslculars call on or write to
Telephones ! Telephones
THE SOUTHERN BELL TELEPBOKE
' Telegraph Company,
American Bell Telephone Company
For supplying Telephones In tbe States of Virginia,
vinrfnl. osiiitli nt tha n A (1 P T North
Carolina, South Carolina, Florida and Alabama.
Constructed, equipped with Telephones and rented
ty For particulars address
SOUTHERN BELL TELFPHONB
and TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
Liblleo4Sm IQ5 Broadway, Mew York.
Having removed to tbe shop, on Tryon street, over
tbe Independent Hook ft Ladder Truck House, Is
now ready to receive orders for HOUSE, SIGN
and OBNAMKNTAL PAINTING, such as
jGuildiDg, Kaboniining; Frescoing, k
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