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: MVSMOJUTtiOM BATMMt '
Tftm sspqflj. wy v hv " 00.
Wo will display one of the' handsomest
Brer offered lo tola market
abetted to took at
are specially re
Bleached Slieetings and Shirtings,
t which we bare endless wlMr.
0 r tock LA X and EOIDEBY
will bo found supesW to any Chan to, both In
price and beauty.
Everybody In Charlotte Is Invited to call and look.
Everybody in the County la Invited to eall ana look.
Everybody In the htate la Invited to call and look.
gootfi anfl Allocs
fiove XMVftpa and CM eVl!y receiving
A BMUfim LINE OF
G5 ES WW ItTTTTgSSg
n k ir
OOl K KN
Don't Fail to (Mil and See Them.
PEGRAM & CO.
33 HAWKINS ST., BOSTON, MASS.
McMlarfltata. aaaaro and Analytical Chemists
160 Rw. and npwarda.
anara. MUaa XxanateaUona, EenoiU, SketebM
odKvrad. CvkktrueOona ot works
arvd wopalIumlahod. .
Tit iy SiKltiog Works.
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COPPER MATTE AND ASE 3 BULUON
1 IT irinW
.V,.i 1 1. 'ikJa fu.um
lW isoc H dr-at styles bT orry
aani fmfaU Kv mlfon aaoalst of 2S oeats.
BX Laden with FBXBH and 8TYLI9H GOODS
In great Tarlety, and we aak yea to examine our
floods and co are oar prices, with the full as
surance that 70a will find the examination and
comparison to your pecuniary Interest
The putfllc has already voted SEIGLE'S GOODS
the HANDSOMEST and BEST SELECTED In the
city. Every Novelty of the Season fa THIHM1NG8
and In NECK WEAR.
All should come and see for themselves. WAB
MSB'S COBALINX CORSET only 07 cents.
T. ISEIftLE & CO.
A cold or sore throat may not seem to
amoaat to much, and If promptly attended
.ffa easily be cured; but neglect is often
OUowed by eoninmptlon or dlphtherte.
No medicine has ever been discovered which
Ma ifOj qutefcly and surely in such cases as
PAIS tiM-EH Th
prompt use 01 uus fntaaM remdy has
saved thousands of rives.
PERRY DAVIS PAIN KILLER Is
swt n experiment. It has been before the
pubno Kr forty yeavrs, and Is most valued
where it Is best known.
A few extracts from voluntary testimonials
-P?nS&B ?en my houaehold remedy for
aula lor the past twenty-seven yean, md hv
Vat tbirty yean I have uaed Patm Knxr, and
found It a never-f alllns' (emedy for colda and aora
fcroat Baktoh Beaman.
Have received immediate relief from colds and
ore throat, and , consider your Paw Killkb an
hiyaluabto ramedy-Gao. & Etxbxtt, Dickinson,
.have jbat recovered from a very aerere cold,
which I have had for aonta time. I could gat no
relief until I tried your Pxur Kilulb, -vfhicli
relieved me lnmtadlatoly. I will never again be
without It O. O. Fobc, Lowndes, Ga.
Have used Path Killkb in my family for forty
years, and have, never known it to fail. Bamsok
Lzwia, Waynesboro, Ga.
I began uauurPAW Enxn In mv family twentr-
nve years ago and have used it ever Rince. and have
found no medicine to take its place. B.
DruRKlst. Oneida. N. Y.
For whooping-cough and eroup It is the best
preparation made, we would not M without it
A. P. Boors, Liberty Mills, Vs.
, For twenty -five years I have uaed PaiwKtlixb
for colds and chapped Hps. and oonaider it the best
medicine ever offered. GxoHoorza.Wilmiiurtoii.
I was suffering severely with bronchitis, and my
throat waa ao inflamed t could scarcely swallow
any food. I was advised to try your Pais Kiur,
and .after taking a few doses was completely
eareo-T. w ruaxsow.
Dr. Walton writes from Coshocton: Tour Pah
Kxtxkb eurea diphtheria and aore throat, soalann
mgly prevalent here, and baa not been known to
fau in a abuis instance. This fact you should
make known to the world.
Mrs. EliKN B. Mason writes: My son waa taken
Violently sick with diphtheria, high fever, and cold
chills. Bo many children have died here, I was
afraid to eall a physician, and tried your Paw
Kn.T.ra, He waa taken on Sunday, and on
Wednesday bis throat was clear. It was a won
derful cure, and I wish it could be known to the
poor mothers who are logins; so many children.
For Chills and Fever PACT KILLER has
no equal. It com when everything else falls.
Delays are often dangerous. A bottle of
Pain Kiixntin the house Is a safeguard that
no family Should be without.
All druggists sell it at 25c90c, and fl.OO
PERRY DAVIS A SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
sept d tw sept A oct.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AH
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of appetlte.Wsnsea.bowels ooatlTS.
Pain iyt th.Head.wltn.adaU sensation in
ilhm baafc part. Pain under the shonldor-
KmA. rollneea after eatina;. with a dlain-
. fnlln a
inn ftA mi
Olnsiion io exertion of body or mind.
IrrtUbllity of temper. Low spirits. Loss
of memory, with a iee""g sr
lWin bvww amii womjm. -
WutTerTHFof the Heart, Pots before the
eyes. Yelfow Bkln. Ueadaohe. Restiessl
ness si night,' highly eolored Urine.
17 THESE WARNINGS ABE TTKHEESEB,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTS FELLS especially adpted to
ancfa. cases.one doao ffeeta-aaeliatclutBgo
of feeling as to astonish the sufferer.
They Increase the Appottto, and cause the
body to Take oat neoawuwa bb j.ioua
BioairislMeand by tr Tonle Aetlom enthe
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gsat Raib or Whiskms changad to aGroasY
Black by a single application of this Drn. It
imparts a natural colon acta Inatantanepusly.
Sold by PruggiaU, or sent by express on receipt of f 1.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
CD. iurr'8 KASCAL sf Vslssbl hrarsutisa sai -BilftU
Ssw wttl bs alk4 Fltt s. HU-rtif
lwby.28deodUwl f . ', , , : 1.
CATIIAUTIC A N AX EBATI V B,
It Well known speclfle for OOHSDMPTION, -DIGESTION,
and alt disorders of the STOMACH.
LlYlR and KIDNEYS, v - " ! " '
NINETY Y1ABS' popolar use afiesU Its purity,
safety and sopertortty to all waters of" this class.
Avoid .ari coane. trrltatlng waters, foreign and
domestic: ther Impair the dlgeattv3wgsns and
jf'pdnejs, therebyliulaclrig irreparable results
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ifana Ctoatlsie. 8ol s Drnasrbt,
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Be as Thorough as You CaU
, " Interpitoe. ,
Whatsoe'er yootlnd to do,
Do it, boys, with all your might!
Never be aUtUe tone.
Or a little In the right;
- t.Trlfles even
"-rLesd to Heaven,
Trines toakelhe life of man;.
-1 .,' So m aa thlncs,
Creator small things.
Be M , tiorough as yon ean.
Spoaeas tariisjiduonxw bright!
Fdjnet give a fig for him
Who says that any lie to white!
- Mb who faltam, --J
Twists or akers 1
Little atoms when he speaks,
Hay deceive me,
- .Bat helleve me,
, 5Fo himself he Is a sneak!
Help the weak If yon are strong,
Love the old If yon are young,
Own a fault If yon are wrong,
If you're anary hold your tongue.
In each duty
Lies a beauty. ,
If your eyes you do noti&but,
Just as surely
As a kernel In a nutl -
If you think a word will please, ,
Say It, If 3t is but true;
Words may give delight with ease
When no act is asked from you,
Words may often
Soothe and soften,
Gild a Joy or heal a pain;
. They are treasures
It Is wicked to retain.
Whatsoe'er you find to do,
. Do it, then with all your might:
Let your prayers be strong and true
Prayer, my lads, win keep you right
Prayer in all thfnes,
Great and small things,
Like a Christian gentleman;
Now or never,
Be as thorough as you can.
The Good that the Children Do.
A dreary place would be this earth,
Were there do little people In It;
The song of life would lose its mirth
Were there no children to begin It; -
No little forms, like buds to grow,
And make the admiring heart surrender;
No 1 ttle hands, on breast and brow.
To kef p the thrilling love chords tender.
Ne oabe within our arms to leap,
No little feet toward slumber tending;
No little knee In prayer to bend.
Our loving lips the sweet words lending.
Lite's rong Indeed would lose Its chum.
Were there no babies te begin it;
A doleful place this word would be,
Were there no little people In it
Laurinburg Enterprise: Nelson My
ers. a negro who has been afflicted for
some time, and was subject to frequent
epileptic fits, was found dead in his
house Monday morning.
Wilmington Review : There is a gen
tleman residing in Robeson county who
has been the father of twenty-one chil
dren, seventeen of whom are now liv
ing. He was in our office to-dav and is
a hale, hearty man of 56 years.
Wilmington Star: The Wilmington
Library Association, always alive to
the literary interests of the community,
have succeeded in perfecting an engage
ment with Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage,
the renowned Presbyterian divine of
New York, whose sermons are so ex
tensively published and read, both in
America and Europe, to lecture for the
benefit of the association on Thursday
evening, the 13th of April.
Capt W. A. Robeson, of the steamer
Wave, who has been very sick at his
home in Fayetteville, was in the city
yesterday, having recovered sufficiently
to be able to resume his duties upon the
"Greensboro Bugle: It is a pleasant
sight to Greensboro merchants to see
from 75 to 100 tobacco wagons in town
every day. Two years ago five would
nave created a sensation. Now 60 is no
Greensboro's board of commissioners
have decided that the condition of the
city finances forbids the effort to light
the city with gas, and that they must
still stick to kerosene when the moon
J. W. Forbis has been elected as 10th
of May orator.
Milton Chronicle : N. T. Riggs, J. B.
Gretter and J. S. Worth, revenue offi
cers under Collector G. B. Everitt, cap
tured in this county a few 4ays ago
three illicit distilleries one near Hy
cotee, one near Leasburg, and one near
Prospect Hill. About 2,000 gallons
beer, 150 gallons singlings, 50 gallons
whiskey, two copper stills and a lot of
meal, malt, etc, were captured.
Mr. E. P. Hines had a very fine milch
cowacciden tally killed last Saturday by
the milkman hitting it over the head
With a small stick. To this incident are
e indebted to the market for our fresh
Welearn that Oxford is movingfor a
tri-weekly stage line from that town to
The Long Looked For.
Mr. R. A. Jones, employed on the
works below Asheville, informs us that
the temporary structure at Deep Water
being finished,-passenger trains now run
regularly to Warm Springs. On or
about Thursday, they will run regular
ly to Paint Rock. The track froni
Warm Springs down is being rapidly
put in good order, about sixty hands be
ing constantly at work. From Paint
Rock passengers are being transferred
to Weaver's Bend in Tennessee, cross
ing the river at present in boats. The
transfer is only three quarters of a
mile; and this short distance is now the
only missing link in the long iron chain
from Beaufort to the Ohio and Miss
It is said the commissioner will go
over the road for examination on April
Tampering with the Mail.
; A boy who was engaged in carrying
the; mail pouch between Mocksville and
Smith Grove, Davie county has been
arrested and lodged in jail at Mocks
ville, accused of purloining letters from
the sack while on the road. Suspicion
wag caused by letters mailed at either
of thjaj&oje places, not arriving at the
other, and the findincr of torn letters
scattered at noints on : th way, whtctii
by placing the parts together indicated
the address ana starting point ' A reg
istered letter mailed by the editor of
this paper for Smith Grove, and receiv
ed and dispatched from Mocksville, fail
ed to reach its destination, and is
among the missing. ; Theaccused will
be placed on trial at the Federal Court
to "be held here )iext month. ,
: '' i ;iv
Women that have been given up bjtb Oeajest
friends as beyond aelft -yA hefh permanenUy
cured to tfc. me of frdii E-flrdtham't fetetabs
Camaound. ' It Is a positive euro for all femals
oomDlalnts. Sendto Mrs.LydiaK; Pmkhsm,33r
fcweatern Avenue, tonn, Mass,, forpamphteta s,,.
TV r t q t ' CABft r
i iaiywToaaMeHhsifiomth errors and to-
tfseretloo of youth, MJ&!!tZ&3ft
asset manhood, Aew I wlU i send eJf
cure you, V&XE of CHABGE. TbJ l jTOif remedy
was uncovered by a missionary in Jouth Amerto.
BendT-self-eddreased envelope to toe Bw,
JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station New Yqgk CJty,
charlotte; n. C, EroriAY march 31 , 1882.
A Lamp Accidentally Dropped in Jute
Stored on Deck. Wraps the Boat in
Flames in a Few Minutes, Destroying
Boat, Cargo, and Twenty or More
lives of Passengers and Crew.
Memphis, TEnn., March 30. The
steamer Golden City, of the Southern
Transportation Company's Line, when
approaching the wharf this morning at
4 so was discovered to be on are. The
discovery was made by Second Engi
neer Albert Kelly, who immediatelv
notified the captain and Bryce Purcell,
Sr., the pilot on.watcn. xne boat s bow
was at once 'headed for the shore, and
in four minutes afterwards touched
the wharf at the foot of Beale street,
where t&eriaLftaet was moored. A
Iftrer Was hastily thrown out and made
fast to one of the coal barges, but the
current being swift it soon parted and
the burning steamer floated on down
the river, a mass of flames, with many
of her passengers and crew on board
who were unable to -reach the shore
and were lost.
The Golden City left New Orleans
last Saturday en route to Cincinnati.
She carried a crew of about 60, and had
on board 40 cabin passengers, 15 of
whom were ladies. Those saved, so far
as known, are Capt C Mclntyre, First
Clerk W. F. Mclntyre, Second Clerk j.
Worthlin, Third Clerk Frank Stern,
Mate Doc Bond urant, Pilot Bryce Pur
cell, Sr., Marion 'Purcell, Joseph Pur-'
cell, Jr First Engineer Mike Kelly,
Miss Cena Maston and Willie MeKin
ney, of Howesville, Kv. ; James Myers,
New Orleans; Chas. Ross, ir St. Louis ;
H. B. Howell, Philadelphia; Robert E.
Elbrick, treasurer of Howe's circus, J.
E. Trewella, business agent, Burt
Howe, brother of the proprietor; Frank
Howe, James Swift, John Fillser, John
Mullane, J. C. Kimpey, John G. Gien
roy, James Bloom field, James Burk.
These last are all members of Howe's
circus. W. C. Jewett, Point Pleasant,
W. Va.; Geo.MV. Green, New Rich
mond, Oliio; O. B. Veath, Evansville,
Ind.; John R. H. Chittenden. Carrs
ville. Ky.; W. II. Caruther, J. B. Jor
dan, Uii'ley. Tenn.
Nearly all the cabin and deck crew
of the steamer saved themselves.
Howe's circus was taken aboard at Vi
dalia, La., and six cages of animals and
birds, together with the ticket and band
wagons, tents and horses, were lost
Marion Purcell, one of the pilots, was
in the clerk's office when the alarm of
fire wassoundeoVand he rushed through
the cabin, bursting in the State room
doors and awakening tlio passenger?.
So rapidly did the flames spread thai
within five minutes after the discovery
of fire, which broke out amidships, the
after part of the steamer was all ablaze.
Those who were saved had to flee in
their night clothes. When the burning
steamer touched the wharf the -fire
communicated to the coal barges and
the tug Oriole, which was also burned.
As nearly as can be ascertained there
were 23 ladies and 9 children on board.
Her cargo consisted of 300 tons, among
which was a lot of jute. The fire is said
to have originated in this combustible
material. Among those known to have
been lost are Dr. Monahan and wife, of
Jackson, Ohio ; Mrs. Creary, Cincinnati,
Miss Lulu. Creary, Cincinnati ; W. H.
Howe, wife and 2 children, Eli Weed
and wife, Henderson, Ky.; Mrs. Anna
Smith. Massachusetts; Miss Campbell,
Mrs. Helen Percival, Mrs. L. E. Koutz
and 3 children. The books of the steam
er are lost so it is impossible to get' a
complete list of the lost and saved.
All the officers of the steamer, except
the second engineer, Robt Kelly es
caped. After he gave the alarm of fire
he remained at his post of duty until
cut off by the flames, the fire having
spread with lightning rapidity, and
thus he sacrificed his life to save
J. H. Crank, connected with Howes'
circus, is missing, supposed to be lost
John Devouse, his wife and three
children, were saved and ate atthe city
.hospital, also Simon Black. Mr De
vouse is slightly burned On his hands.
The Golden City was five years old
and cost 054,000. She was owned, by
Captain J. D. HyleY, W. F. Mclntyre
and S. C. Mclntyre. . She lies sunk
about three miles below here in the
chute near the Tennessee shore. . When
she floated off her passengers jumped
aboard, a barge which floated down the
streambut they Wert reicued" byone.
Of the harbor boats which towed the
barge ! to shore one mile belo w the eity.
It is estimated that thirty lives were
lost by the disaster, but at present no
additional news can be learned. 1 : ,
Robert Kelly, second; engineer, and
three roustaDouts are the only members
of the boat's crew that are known tone
lost i John Dreffer, steward, Peter
Dreffer, cook, John Lamb, second cook;
Billy lAxford, pastry cook, Mart
Whalen, mess-room tender, John Hill:
second mate, Charles Harvey,- second
watchman, and a passenger named
Bloomfield, were saved.
' The fire was caused by a watchman
accidentally setting fire to a lot of jute
wihich was stored amid ships. The
steamer had just whistled to land and
the watchman went among the passen
gers to notify them that they were ap-
f roaching Memphis and that those des
ihed for that city must-get ashore,
when the bottom of his lamp dropped
in, some jute and before the flames
could be extinguished . they had spread
all overHhe deck of the vessel. JBryce
Purcell, the pilot, ; made his escape by
climbing over the front part of the
pilot house the fire then being in rear.
When the steamer touched the wharf
the tug Oriole did not burn, as at first'
reported, but was sunk by the burning
steamer in making a landing. Several
coal barges and an ice boat belonging
to iBbhlS, Huse & Co., caught on fire
ana, wee burned. Billy , Hodge, -v the
pilot on the Don Adams saved the
cdok who jumped overboard as the boat,
floated down the stream.
All the passengers and crew were
kiridly Cared for by Mr. C. B. Galloway,
ot the , Peabody Hotel, who provided
them with breakfast" ?
fcWfcd, ; ' Manila'' M4i?riv8!;dis
atebes received t here regardiag the
umingof the steamer ' Golden Clty,
saylthere were twenty HVes lost .
HydrophoWftA Bad Case. ;
Tpd first isase, f0f hydrophobia, every
discovered in jthis section baa been re
benUy developed about three miles from
this town, and the patient is in a most
pitable condition," though -the ;. Urcatf
stage of the disease has not yet fiMyett,
On the 19th of February a mad dog. in
vaded the premises of Leven fiiblon;;
quiet Honest,', industrious negro man
Who ii cultivating a tract of land abent
thiee miles Eootn of this place, and at
tacked his little boy, a youth about ten
years old, and also the mother of the
boy i bat the mother defended herself
, I..PCS. i . , ' v :
with a stick, and thus prevented the in
furiated canine from . biting either of
them. Leven hearing the screams of
his wife and child; ran out of the bouse
and. seeing the dog attempting': to
spring upon them, rushed at him with
a knife and succeeded in killine him :
but in the fight the dog bit him on the
' - J -A V. . Ji A. W a
wnst oi me leic arm, maKing quite a
painful wound. The injury, however.
neaieu rapidly and was Boon entirely
cured. But on the night of the 21st,-
tne uniortunate man was seized with a
convulsion, or a spell of, asbhyxia,arqus-
more frequent and seyerej early the next
morning jut. iiamer was sent lor. and on
examination discovered the .symptoms
of a terrible case of hydrophobia the.
symptom first discovered being the one
nrsii compiamea or Dy tne patient xne
sight of or even the'mention of any fluid
convulses tne rrame ot the subject and
tne greatest aimcuity in Dreathing ir
variably ensues. He refuses to tak6
food of any kind and will not sleet).
When medicine is handed him he seizes
the vessel containing it in a manner in
dicative of great fear and swallows the
potion hurriedly as though to look on it
ror a moment was horrifvins? and rain-
f ul in the extreme. At intervals, how
ever, he is rational and there is nothing
peculiar m nis manner to suggest mad
ness or insanity and he converses intel
ligently with any one.
According to the experience of the
medical fraternity', death invariablv re
sults from the disease, and the patient
usually dies within six davs from the
discovery of the first symptom.. We
sympathize with Leven's devoted wife,
who sits by his bedside every inoment
day and night and constantly prays for
Since the above was put in type, we
have been informed that the Unfortu
nate man died Friday afternoon, about
48 hours after the convulsion, and that
oeiore ms ueatn ne ravea, roamed at
the mouth. attemDtei to bite those aboiit
him, and that he had to be held down
by violence to prevent" his doing dam
age. He was attended by Drs. A. W.
llamer, D. M. PriDce and R. D. Dickson.
New. Quick, complete e re 4 davs. nrlnarv affpe.
tions, smarting, frequent or difficult urtaaUon. and
kidney diseases. 81 at druggists. Depot, J. H.
Mc Aden . Chariotf -3. N, C.
Dr. C. W. BEIVsOIV. of Baltimore, Hid.
We give above a correct likeness of this well
known arid successful physician and surgeon, who
has made a life long study of Nervous Diseases
ana 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 bis
practice he discovered what now ate renowned in
medical practice, viz: a combination of Celery and
Chamomile in the shape of Fills. They are used
by theprbfesslon 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 iuMilgeat sufferers. They
are prepared expressly to cure sick headacne,
nervous headache, dyspeptic headache, neuralgia
paralysis, sleepless,, dyspepsia rand nervousness,
and will cure any . case.
" Sold by all druggists. Price 50 cents a box. De
pot, 106 North Kutaw street, Baltimore, Md. By
mail, two boxes for SI or six boxes for 82 50, to
any address. . . . ..
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
lir9JTtedoOure ; :
ECZI IM A , ! TtTTtRS, HUMORS,
"iMFLAMMAtlON, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH SCALY KRUPTlONt,
01SKA8E8 OF HAIR AND 8CALr,
SCROFULA ULCCR8, PIMPLES and
TENDER ITOmMQS msn parts of the
body. It nakes Mlo skfa"w1ilte, soft and smooth;
(moves tail and fMkMs, atad Is the BEST toilet
dressing in rfSM' WOB2.D, Becaatljr VQ P 9
bottles in on paekage oonststinf of both mtanaal
All first ctlsss dTOCTiats have It. JrlosS.prpaeB.
' CHA8. K. CBITTKNTON, 115 Fulton street,
New York City, sole sgent for Dr. C. W. Benson's
remedks, to whom all orders should be ad
dressed.; 'marl ' - ' ' , . : .,.
URS. LYDIA L PIKKRAH, OF LTN1I, BASS.,
LYDI A E. PINKH ALT 8
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far atl ibssa-Palnfal Ow1atss atij? Weatcassiss
Mwasw tnr fssuri pepiiUtts. lilo
It nt oira, aaUrelx the wor?t 4?rm of 'smals Oem. -
plaint' all ovarUn troubles, Ttiliariiriatlon and TJlosra
Uoa, Tailing and Displacements, and the eonssquent ..
gpioal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the '
'Chaigeof Life. ,t jilii;;-!,..
win -dbsolvai :and sjpsl taaMnfrbutsrnsfia
an early, stags of develsfinisnt. The tsndenortar ;
. earoiubBXionttiereis ehscked vrjrspedUy its ass,
i It removes fain tosss, flatulency, destroys all craviBg 4
tor stUMdautt sad rslieVesrakrs of th stomaeh. ,
It iHttssTOtfHeadacKes,' Ksrvons lYostrmOon.
Osneral libaigr HlsfirWssstM, DsprsMlsa d Indfr
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js That fseUng of bearing down, eanibig pafOjirsight
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frsalyaaswartaUlsttArsof Iriolrir Swd forpsjnph. 4
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ABAH BABNHARDT" KIDS, at $1.60
PINE HOOK LOCK KtOS, at 11 25
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An ExceUent Quality of 4-4 BLEACHING, at lOo
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Eight of the Leading Makers
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BLESSING TO WOMANKIND.
Believe all diseases of women pecu
liar to the appearance and cessation
of the menses,- uterine disturbances,
torpidity of functions, with leucor
rhcea.'dlsmenorrhaea. and hrsterla.
also In melancholia and other men
tal derangements. - Afford prompt
.relief to those distressing bearing
down paios so peculiar to women.
Price S3 per box. Sent free by mall
i Pilfc. '
km. receipt of price. . Dr. Clarke
meqicine uompHny, Mew xotk. uity.
K Scrofula or any Blood Disorder.
In either stage, whether primary,
tecondary or tertiary, are an luvalu
able remedy. - They never fall to
v t Anil- '-
cure when directions are followed.
Price $2 50ter box. Five boxes S10.
iSent by mall,, prepaid, on receipt of
price. Aaeress or uarne Medicine
company, New York City.
If JDIVALVABLE REMEDY.
For weakness of the Kidneys And
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la 4 4 8- days of all urinary affec
tions, smarting, frequent or difficult
urination, ' muouns. discharges and
spdlments inihe urine from what-
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cent or long standing. One to three
boxes usually sufficient. Price $2
per dox. Anree ooxes ior 55.
Mailed free on receipt of nrlce. Ad
dress Dr. Clarke Medicine Company,
THEBE 18 A'SiLllI GILEAa
' ! " iVa. All mm. v.. flnMm.fftAuu
and Imbotencr. as the result of seu-
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maturer yearsv or other eauses,-nsd
produclii somer of tbei following'
effects: Nervousness, seminal eals-
-lllslonsCrught emissions by dreams),
lory,. Phlslcal-: dsc-yv -Pimples -on
Face, Aversion tosocietyef Females,
Confusleft of Ideas. Loss of Sexnil
fowe Acfeadenng marriage lm
broper or onhaoDX. - Are a Doeitive
eura ln&wotrt R' weeks. : One to six
jboxes usually sufBcient- 'Price It 50
per Dos jrour.poxe&BrafrAteMDf
man, prepaid, on receipt of price.
Address Dr. Clarke Medicine Com
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Our Stock of PABASOLS Is large and handsome.
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