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q tested to look at
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ar stock of "
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win be found mpertor to any In Charlotte, both in
pi ire aad beauty.
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gurpnce thai you villi 11 od the examination aud
comparison to your peco ilary Interest.
The public has already voted SEIGLE'8 GOODS
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city. Every Novelty of the Season Ji TPTMMiNGS
and in NECK WEAB.
All snould come and see for themselves. WAB
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T. L. 4c CO,
A cold or sor trirot may not seem to
unoont to much, and U promptly attended
to can easily be cured; but neglect is often
followed by consumption or dipbtberUu
No medicine has erer been discovered which
acts so quickly and sorely in such cases aa
PERRY DAVIS PAIK Rttt.fh, The
prompt use of this invaluabU remedy has
Baved thousands of Uvea.
PERRY DAVIS PAIN KIU4ER. la
not an experiment. It has been before the
publlo for forty rears, and la most valued
where It Is best known.
A few extracts from voluntary testimonials
read as follows:
Pair Kzixxa has been my household remedy for
coida lor the past twenty-seven years, and nave
E ever known it to fail In effecting" cure,
1, J3. Crockkb, Winiamsvflle, N. Y.
For thirty years I have used Paik Etixxb, sad
round it a never-faflinR remedy for odds and sore
throat. Babton Beamah.
Have received Immediate relief from colds and
ore throat, and consider your Pain Eillkb an
to valuable remedy. Gjto. B. Evxbstt, 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 Paik Kills; b, which
relieved me Immediately. I will never again be
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Have used Pam Killer in my family for forty
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ucwis, waynes ooro, ua.
I beiran UBinsrPAiN Km
began using Pain Kiixeh In my family twenty.
eve years ago- and have used it ever since, and have
found no medicine to take its place. B. W. Dyeb,
DruKKiBt Oneida. N. Y.
For whooping-cough and croup it 1b the best
preparation mad a. we would, nnt l
For twentv-flve vearn T hav timvI Pirn TTrr T.rm
, itouTa, uoerty muib, va.
for eclds and chapped line, and consider it the best
medicine ever offered. Gso J3oofxb, Wilmington,
I was enfffirfno' aevernlv with brnnrtbltla. and nrv
throat waa so inflamed I could scarcely swallow
any food. I was advised to try your Pain Killeh,
sad after taking a few doses was completely
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Dr. Walton writes from Coshocton: Tout Pain
Killib ures diphtheria and sore throat, so alarm
ingly prevalent here, and has not been known to
tail in a single instance. This fact you should
make koewn 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
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no equal. It cures when everything else falls.
Delays are often dangerous. A bottle of
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no family should be without.
All druggists sell it at 35c, 50c., and $1.00
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R, I.
sept dtw sept Sl oct.
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SYMPTOMS OF A
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Pain in theHead,with a dull sensation In
the back part. Pain under the shoulder
blade, fnltness after eating, with a disin
clination to wxwtion of body or mind,
Irritability of temper, Low spirits, i-ioss
of memory, with a feeling of haying neg
lected some duty, weariness. Dizziness,
ITuttering of the Heart. Uqta before the
eyes. Yellow Bklm, Headaohe, BesUess
nesa at night, highly colored Urine."
IT THESE WAEHTrTGS ABE XWHEEDEB,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED,
s r XUTTS FILLS re especially adapted to
' ucli cass,one dose effects sueb. a change
' of feeling as to astonish the sufferer.
Thy InrrB the Appetite, and anse the
body to Take od Fleet, thus the system Is
Morlalael,and by thetrTonleAetlonen tbe
lsjetlve Organs, Kearolai- S tools arepro
doced. Price & cents. 85 Jlnrray St., Br.x.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
' Ghat Haik or Whisk r as chanred to a Glossy
Black by a single application of this Dya. It
imparts a natural color, acts Instantaneously.
Sold by Drutgists.OT sent by express on receipt of fl.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
CD- TCTT8 KANCAIa ef Valuable rnforaatieB aaa
VkM Itocalpto wiU b aalbd t'BXB apUeatiea.f
' Ginger, Buchu, Man
drake, StiHingia, and
, msny of the best medi
cines jenown are com
bined in Parker's Ginger
Tonic,-into a medicine
ef such varied powers, as
to make it the greatest
Blond Flintier and tM
BcstHeal th AStrsa gth
1 Bostersr Ever ussa.
It cures Rheumatism,
Sleeplessness,' & diseaess
cf the Stomach, Bowels,
U , Parker's I
Ha r : Balsam fsi""
Lungs, Ltver & Kidneys,
M -;'ier Tomes,' as
youthful color to r
: intoxicates. Riscos;
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il bf' Sw.; DrBeeTW;. whose totenttonU. 6
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CHARLOTTE,. C, TUESDAY
THE JUSTICES .
OF THE UNITED STATES SUPREME
COURT AT HOME.
A Pen and Ink Photograph of the
Judges and Their: Wonderful Clerk
A Forty Thousand Dollar a Year Sal
aryJudges and their GownsTheir
Personal Habits Decisions.
It is not true, the attaches of the
court say, that any of the justices have
had gowns made in Paris by Worth.
They are all homemade, and have been
made by one family of people for near
ly forty years. Zack Chandler had a
very poor opinion of these gowns, for
it is said of him that he once said to
Salmon P. Chase, a former chief jus
tice! "Salmon, when you have your
d d old jacket on you look every inch
a judge. There is no reason why one
of these gowns should be called a
jacket, for the skirt reaches the floor.
The gowns are put on the justices in
what is called the robe room, adjoining
the court, at five minutes to 12 o'clock,
for the judges never go upon the bench
until high noon. Then, after the Mar
shal's deputy sings his song about "God
bless the United States and the jus
tices of this court," or words to that ef
fect, the arrival of the justices having
been previously announced, they take
their seats and are ready for business.
The clerkship of the court is worth
more than the salary of four ef the
justices, as it is said' to frequently pay
over $40,000 per year. The charges are
simply terrible. It costs about a dollar
for the clerk to look at you, and another
dollar to get out of his sight. They
have a little talk then about keeping
the decisions back as long as possible,
often a couple of months, and in the
meantime if any one wants a copy of
the decision, it costs $2 for each page
of one hundred words. There is no
good reason why the decisions should
not be put in type the day they are de
livered, and furnished as the debates of
Congress are furnished, the day follow
ing: but this was not the practice sixty
years ago, and they never do any
thing about the court except in
the time honored but excessive
ly slow way. This, all agree,
would be a great convenience,
but it would take $10,000 a year out of
thefepsof the clerk, and, of course, it
is not done. Several times bills have
been prepared for introduction in Con
gress on the subject, but somehow noth
ing was heard of them afterward.
Those who proposed them were con
vinced that it was not tbe custom, and
they let the matter drop. The supreme
court has always held that every bill
relating to the court must first be sent
to them for inspection, and, strange as
it may appear, they have always carried
this point in Xhat respect. When Belva
Lock wood, the female lawyer, applied
for admission to practice before the
court, the justices were shocked and
the clerk horrified. The court consid
ered the application, and, alter holding
it under advisement for a month or so,
gravely declared against her, on the
ground that it was against the custom,
if not the law. Belva, in reply, said it
was, against the custom once to ride in
a railroad car, or to light up a house
with gas, but those customs were not
in keeping with the progress of the
times. The reply was that there was
no help for her. Belva, being practical,
slipped over to the Senate, drew a bill
giving women the right to practice law,
provided they were competent, and had
it introduced. She had a similar bill
introduced in the House, which body
passed it. The Senate in turn passed
it, and, lo! the custom was a thing of
the past A law took its place, and she
or any other woman is now perfectly
free to get a big fee for appearing and
arguing a case before the Supreme
court, provided she is fortunate enough
to get employed. It is against the cus
tom, and no one is allowed to do it un
der penalty of being put out of the
court room, for any one, newspaper re
porter or lawyer even, to write a word
in the court roo'm, or take a note of any
point in a decision or remark of any of
the judges. This appears strange, and
yet it is a fact, and there are hundreds
of newspaper correspondents who know
it from being prevented. The custom
is to go to the clerk, and wait a week or
so for him to make such extracts of an
opinion as are wanted to pay him his
fees. The only way to get over this is
to keep the points in your head and
write them out after coming out of the
court room, which, has to be done on
what is called decision day. The opin
ions of the Supreme court are much
too long, They go into a history of
every case, and often a person has to
read half an hour or so before the pbinjt
in the decision is reached. But all this
plays into the hands of the clerk. He
gets wealthy in consequence ofvit.
Imagine the readers of a paper in these
days of telegraph having to wait three
or four weeks for a decision! The
judges are too slow. They don't intend
to be slow, but they are without know
ing it It is seldom that a decision can
be had in less than a month after a case
has been argued. In similar courts in
England a decision is given in five min
utes after a case is argued. This is as
it should be. The judges, in holding
off their decisions, without knowing it,
are enriching a certain number of resi
dent attorneys at the expense of Other
attorneys, who do not happen to reside
here ; for, knowing the delay, the ex
pense of waiting, etc non-resident law
yers frequently are required to secure
the assistance of resident attorneys to
argue and look after their cases. One
of the customs is that each justice has
a body servant. The justices get money
for their own body servants, but the
custom is otherwise, and the body ser
vants are paid $1,200 per annum by the
government. Some or the justices want
to select their own body servant, but
they are not allowed to do it by the
other body servants, for the custom is.
that the newly appointed justice retain
the body servant of his predecessor.
The body servants , have never been
known to allow, a justice to violate this
custom. Mr. Justice Woods, who was
appointed by Garfield, in speaking to
some gentlemen of this custom, said :
"My body servant is the most annoying
thing I have yet experienced. The fel
low is the first man I see in the morn
ing and the Jast I see at night. - He
forced his way into my room at the
Elliott house, ordered jne to go down to
breakfast, and then asked me what I
would have for breakfast, taking -soy
order to tbe cooks himself. I could not
get rid ot him in any way. He haunted
me all the tlme I tried to find plaees
to send him to getid-df-Mt -but he
was back as qitfck as lightning. That
fellow will be the death of me. I have
this satisfaction however, the other
justices are tortured in the same way.
When Mr. Justice Gray, of Massachu
setts, recentlr" ,wnt on the Supreme
bench, he had an idea Jie would d just
as he pleased ; but after a trial he finally
hari tn vild. and is now : as completely
in the power of his body servant as anv
or the others. i tie nos umy was uk Al
lowed to select a man for himself, but
was forced to accept the services or a
fellow he does not like. They are death
on custom; they lire oil custom.! and
not -oittiDf the "body servants does a
thing aiiXerent from what he did years
ago As a rule, the body servants are
pastniddle age. The fathers and grand
fathers oC some of them served in the
same capacity, for they never let a new
man into tne ring. . -
JEB STUART'S LAST FIGHT.
How the Dashing Trooper Met his
. Death from Sheridan's Men at Yellow
J. I8ten Cook In tiie Philadelphia Times.
The battle had evidently reached the
turning point, and Stuart saw the des
perate character of his situation. It
was diffic'ultto use his artillery in such
a melee of friend and toe, and his left
wing was soon in utter disorder, The
Federal attack h-td at last succeeded in
breaking it to pieces ; the men were
scatteryig in every direction, and seeitg
Maj. Breathed near him, Stuart shout
ed: "Breathed I take command of . all the
mounted men in the road and hold it
against whatever comes. If this road is
lost we are gone!"
Such an order was precisely suited
to the tastes of a man like Breathed. I
was intimately acquainted with him,
and never knew a man who took such
sincere delight in desperate fighting.
At Stuart's order Breathed saluted, and
shouted to the men to follow him,
charged the Fedral column, apparently
careless whether he was followed or
not. He was immediately surrounded
and a hot saber fight took place between
himself and his swarm or enemies. A
sabre blow nearly otit ' him out of his
saddle, and he received a pistol- shot : in
his side, but he cut down one Federal
officer, killed another with his xevolver.
and made his way out, his face stream
ing with blood. At this moment the
artillery opened, but a determined
charge was made on-the guns, and all
the pieces were captured but one. The
driver of this piece lashed his horses
ana rushed the gun on toward the
Chiekahominy, followed by the can
noneers, cursing and shouting:
"tor Gods stke, boys, let a go back:
they've got Bnathedr.".. ,
It would have been better for the gun
to have been captured. As it was
whirling on at wild speed it broke
through the calvary. . throwing them
into disorder, and before the- line was
ref' i m ! the enemy struck it and the
batile was ended. Both i,he' Southern
wings were driven, and there was no
hope of continuing the contest. Stuart
was nearly in . despair, and was seen
galloping about, shouting and waving
his sabre in a desperate attempt to rally
his men, but it was impossible. The
field was a scene of the wildest disorder.
Federalaand Confederates were dart
ing in every direction, and one of the
former, as he darted by Stuart, fired at
him, andehot him through. the body.
' The bullet entered bis side, and pass
ing through the stomach inflicted a
mortal wound. In . its passage it just
grazed a small Bible which he always
carried, the gift of his mother. He
reeled in the saddle and was caught by
Captain Dorsey, of the First Virginia,
and as he had closed his eyes he seemed
about to expire on tbe field. His im
mense vitality, however, sustained him,
and endeavoring to rise erect again in
his saddle, he exclaimed to those around
"Go back and do your duty as I have
done mine, and our conntry will be
A Cycle of Earthquakes.
N. V. Herald.
The recent terrible earthquake at
at Costa Rica recalls again the fact
that we are now witnessing one of the
most remarkable periods of terrestrial
disturbance that has ever been record
ed. The fact that we hear of so many mi
nor earthquakes, mere tremblings and
shakings which cause more or less
alarm without doing much damage,
may be owing to the system of observa
tion that has been recently adopted.
The study of earthquake phenomena as
a special branch of science is compara
tively new, and the men who have es
tablished what may. be described as
earthquake observatories, or rather ob
serving stations, at various points on
the globe do not allow any tremor of
the ground, however slight, to go unno
But besides the many slight shocks
that have been felt in almost every
country, there has been, within a year
or two. several destructive . earth
quakes, the like of which the world for
tunately, does not frequently see.
In November, 1880, occurred the great
earthquake shock at Agram. About a
year ago, in this same month, Cassa
micciola was destroyed. A month later
followed the still more terrible disaster
at Chios. Shocks of . less intensity were
felt at times at both Agram and Chios
during the whole of last year, and the
disturbance has not even yet ' ceased
altogether-"- : ; " ;
It was hardly to be expected that the
Central American countries, crowded
with volcanoes and forming one of the
great centres of earthquake commo
tion, would escape a shaking, and the
recent disaster at Costa Rica, is, there
fore, not a matter of surprise. More
than a year ago there was evidence of
the struggle, of internal forces in that
region when the surprising phenomenon
of a small volcano bursting out of the
middle of a lake was witnessed at Ilo
pango, in San Salvador.
Disastrous shocks have, within the
last two years, been experienced in two
or three of the principal earthquake re
gions of the globe, namely, the Mediter
ranean region and the narrow waste of
the Western continent.
In the East Indies there has been no
great disaster within this time, but
further north, in the interior of China,
earthquakes have caused great loss of
life and property within' twelve
It is lucky for New York, Especially
in view of the present towering style of
bujldine in vogue here, that ( the city
stands upon a mass of rock that seems
to be free from earthquake influences.
'- Women thathave been bedridden for years hate
been entirely cored of female weakness by the use
of Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
Send to Mrs. Lydla Plnfcham, 233 Western
Avenoe, Lynn, Mass., forparophleta;
, - : l j, -a CARD. ; - - -: 1
To all who are suffering from the; errors and lr
dlseretlon of youth, nervous weakt ess; early decay
oss of manhood, Ac, I will send a recipe that will
cure you, FHS1 of CHABQl. THIireat remedy
was discovered by s missionary In jouth America.
Send a self-addressed ' envelops tc the ' BzT.
JOSEPH T. IN MAN, Station D. New York City. '
Itfother jhsui Recovered
wrote an HItnofs; Ctrl to he Eastern relatives.
'She. took bitters for aV km Um but without any
Mod. So when she heard t. the virtues of Kid
ney WOrtshe got 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 here la taking it." tiee adv..;
;f,;. SabllMelr 8npW '
A pair 61 beautiful 8un-flowers oa Kasels wUTbe
mailed free to any lady who wfU send ten cents In
postage stamps or money to Dr. C W. Benson, Ito.
106 North Eataw street, Baltimore, lid.
MARCH 28, 1882.
Dr. O. TV. BENSON, of Baltimore, Md.
We give above a correct likeness of "this weU
known and successful physician and surgeon, who
has made a life long study of Nervous Diseases
end the Diseases of the Skin, and he, now stands
in the highest rank, as authority on those special
ana distressing diseases. In the course of hlaj
.i - i j i , .
yiacuro uu uiscorereu wnat now are renowned m
medical practice, viz: a combination of Celery and
Chamomile in the 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 ia practice. . They are a sure
cure for the following special diseases, and are
worthy of a trial by all Innaiiltrent sufferem. Th
are prepared expressly to cure sick headaobe,
nervous headache, dyspeptic headache, neuralgia
p--alysis, sleepless, dyspepsia and nervousness,
and will cure any ease.
Sold by all druggists. Price 60 cents a box. De
pot, 108 North Butaw street, Baltimore, Md. By
mail, two boxes for $1 or six boxes tor &2.50. to
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
la Warranted to Our
ICZIMA, TITTERS, HUMOR8,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISIASKS OF HAIR AND 8CALP,
SCROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLES' and
body. It makes fbe akin white, toft and smooth;
removes tan end freekies,' sad IS the BEST toilet
dressing-in xus WOBXD. . HHngintly put up, two
bottles in one. patikage, consisting' .of both, internal
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Jill first class druggists have it. Trice SI. per package.
CBAS. N, CHITTENTON, 115 Fulton street,
New York City, sole agent for Dr. C. W. Benin's
mmedlfs, to whom all orders should be ad
MRS. LYDI& L PIMHAM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA EE. PINKHAIVS'S
Is a Pogltt e Cure
Car all Hose Painful Complaints and Weaknesses
' seeemaiea t our best female population.
It will cure entirely tbe worst form of Female Com.
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcers
tloa, Falling and Displacements, and tbe consequent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of Lite.
It will dissolve and expel tumors from the uterus la
an early stage of development. The tendency to can
eerous humors there is checked very speedily by its use.
It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all eraring'
nr .HTnnl.nt., .nrl iyll.TOilmMi Of the StOmaSh.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Karroos Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by Its use.
' ItwUI at all times and under all oiroumstanOM act m
harmony with the laws that govern tbe female system.!
. For the enreof Kidney Complaints of either ssxtbis
Compound is unsurpassed.. ,
fcVIUA E. PIXKUAJTS VEGETABLE COM'
POITXD is prepared at 23S and XSi Westers Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price L Bix bottles for S&. SeStby maU ,
in the form of pills, also In the form of losehges, on ;
receipt of prtoe, tl per box for either. Mrs. Plnkhem
freely answer! all letters of inquiry. Send for pamph-'
lap. . Address aa aboTe, Jfntta.(JUs Paper. '
Ko family should be without LYDIA X. HlKkSAlPS :
UYJEB PELLS. : They .cure eonsttpatlon,. biliousness,
ad. torpidity of the liver. 9 cents per box. - i
,; .' ,. ts Sold by iUI PriajUta, -6 ,
Native Mineral Water! !
. ROCKBRIDGE (VA.)
A JL tJ m W A TB R
Dyspepsia; Indigestien , Torpid Liver,
Chronie Diarrhoea and Dysentery, Skfh Diseases,
Scrofula, Chronic Pneumonia, etc. .
It is a powerful Alterative Tonic and 14 iANTI
MALABIAL in Its effects. Bead certificates from
eminent physicians in our pamphlets.
NO ARTIFICIAL. GASES OR SALTS.
Bottled in Its natural .' state, direct from the
Springs, which are beautifully located In Bock
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. J. FL Mc
ADEN.and.Dr, T. C. SMITH, Charlotte, N. C. :
marl21y ... . . . :
A Desirable Residence on B, Street be
tween 5th and 6th streets., Is offered
fnr aala - ft nrmfStfnd eeifonmrirhli arid has
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pair.' Possession Rlvsen early in A1L ; Terms, fa
vorable. Apply ty - w."B. GRIFFITH,, ,
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SWEET POTATOES !
' 1 On hand Fine Lot of
BOFckwHEAT FLOOR AND OAT MEAL, AT
& VL HOWELL'S.
- Of-to:rr .
HAvTNooTe" Kjasta Addition' to our
PEBPBTTJALKIJyN we are WW prepared
on short doOceyand wSces1 nlefy cjojirpett-tko.-
weguarAteeouty aBdmake no charge
untesa'Lime proves satisfaetory; ;
! Wbvean afeney'to Charlotte of ;JLCl Bum-inervfilejwho-will
receive orders for small lets at
cedueedT prtasei. eH : 6 j - - v
, Refereiibe as to quality Of LrmS given. fM appli
cation. BIMON BBOTHEBS,
Box No. 88, Gaflcey City 8. a
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LILIE! LILIE! LILIE!
BAHAH BABNflARDT" KIDS, at
FiN,J HOOK loci: KIDS, at
a woo ioi or KIDS, at 2f?c and 1K
LACEWBTTfxWTI,NG- "J aSd ?iS
An Excellent Quality of 4 4 BLEACHING, at 10c
It will pay you to eaunlne oar stock ot.
Black Dress Goods, Watered Silks, Cretonnes,
IiACE CURTAINS, CLOTHING, CENTS' STRAW and VTIFF HATS;
sad in fact you will save money by examining our stock b?f o -e purchasing.
"EVITTS" LADIES' SHOES,
"TURNER'S" GENTS' SHOES.
Eight of the Leading Makers
OF THE WORLD.
One Hundred Instrnments
PLENTY OF MONET ON OUR LEFT,
PLENTY TO EAT ON OUR
-. , -Hiiil filial li 1 1
-: -j WHflLISALE & RETAIL.! gg
EM & CO. ORGA-SS.
AND A SOLID MUSICAL CENTRE.
We Don't Put Tea Dollar Gold Pieces on Every Stop
OF OUR ORGANS,
Neither do We Throw in a
H. McSMITH, Charlotte, N. C.
BLESSING TO WOMANKIND.
Relieve all diseases of women pecu
liar to the appearance arid cessation
of the menses, uterine disturbances,
torpidity of functions, with leucor
rhcea, 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 Qlty.
jOR Scrofula or smyJSlood Disorder.
In either stage, whether primary,
secondary or tertiary, are an invalu
able remedy. They never fall to
cure when directions are followed.
Price $2 SOner box. Flveb xesSlO.
Sent by mail prepaid, on receipt of
price.- Aderess Dr Clarke Medicine
company; New,- York City.
N INVALUABLE BEinEDV.
Tor weakness of the Kidneys and
v nr. .
Diacwer. a quick ana complete cure
in 4 to 8 days of ail oilnary affee-
tions, smarting, frequent or difficult
urination, mucuus uiscnarges and
sediments in the-urine from what
ever cause induced, whether -pf re
cent or long standing. One to three
boxes usually sufficient. Price $2
per box. TUree boxes for $5.
Mailed free on reeelnt of nriee. .ad
dress Dr. Clarke Medlelne Company,
new loiKjuuy. .
rHERE If A BALJI IN 01L.BAD.
roc ll eases of BTjermatorrhoea
(and im potency, as the result of self
aouse in youtn, sexual excesses m
maturer years, or, other causes, and
produefns some of the, following
effects Nemusnesa. seminal enls-
riarbsts jioo (ni,djt -emisatono by dreams
v.uu..ca v. . Manual . WHUHV
ory, Phlsical decay, Pimples on
nee. Aversion tosceietr of Females.
Coofusien of Idessv Loss Of Sexual
rower, xc, rendering mamage im
HODerr wnliaotTVr Are a twsltive
cure in two to 8 weeks.' One to six
boxes usually SBfficientr Price SI SO
peroox. jtoot Doxes eenioy
man. prepaid on receipt of price.
Address Dr. Clarke Medicine Com
pany, New York City.
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IHXOBSXBTXB JOB DXP1BTMXRT
Baa Den.thoroBghli'.iin)BUe4 wltn eTery needed
want, and wKh the latest stytetol Type, and ever?
manner el Job Trtotlnt can now be done with
nestzwas.dlsp&teliand coeapness, We eta fn
nlah a) ihoit soCIoe, .'. i
TIGS, RSCHPT8, POSTZBS,
. PBOGltUUraa, HANDBILLS,
PAMPHLET 8. CmCULABS, CHECXS, ftc.
B LUTING LTNING. all colors, at
SUMMER SILKS, from . '
50c to 81.25
75c and $1.00
60c to $1.00
MOLRS SATfiJS. all colors,
SATIN SURAHS, at
Tne Best CORSET ever offered, at
Or- Stock of PARASOLS Js large and hBtrusome.
& Vvillielm .
Front Forward to the Boar,
HeSraith Music Hodse,
-DlstrlbuUrig Depot for the Carollnas
KRAIMCK d; 1JACII,
Honsef tot or a Railroad,
We Boat That all to Pieces.
CALL AND SEE ME.
Guarantee 10 per cent on all Moneys Invesled.
For Farslculars call on or write to
THE SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
American Bell Telephone Company
Forsnpplyiog Telephones in tbef lau-i of Virginia,
West Virginia, (south of tbe Eiu.k B.,) North .
Carolina, South Carolina, Fioiiaa and Alabais.
ConsU acted, equipped with Telephones and rented
1 BaT For pffrticQTara address -
80UTHEBN BKLL TXLTPHONI
and Tf LKGBAPH COMPANY,
leblleojym!;-, 105 Broadway. ew York.
Having removed to the shop; on Tryon street, over
the Independent Hook tc Ladder Truck House, is
bow ready to receive orders for HOUSE, SIGN
and OBNAMIHTAB PAINTDiG, such as
Guilding, Kilsomiiiiiig, Frescoing, io
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