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S. m. HoweJl
BUSINESS NOTICES. )
rranwncg awt ni uair )
Maj be entirely prevented by tbe ose-of fdDBt
aessesjaua jtweiiwi Bwpemiev wnren or exactly
laic tbe Tattoos eondtttons of tin uuuian hair. It
softens tbe balrwben harsh and dry. It soothes
tbe Irritated scalp. It affords tbe icbes lustre. It
spreiumouii a w
It promotes Its
not Breast nor
duiuvu b xiaTuria ikxiracu are Knwn to bp the
k prominent gentleman In Cerro flowto eonntT
Iowa, writes us that he finds Kidney-Wort to be,
tbe best remedy b ever knew for a cornDllMMon
of diseases. It Is tntftopecific action whlcblfliM
on tbe liver, kidneys and bowels, which eie&ait
ohm hi is mo inouHands of
SiSSi ft-,!3efif,r5fn& f'S11 lea U Its
BxnraBO ALtm 4vd Iiww 8raiH6e Vknsi Awn
tnum than any "alum and Iron mmw" tnim.
L"8ilh,e tb$ l'S !ii"?lL-weakness" now so
mif 1 1 tf
kWwfc an aged bnggy five mtles
ftt-lty. pn any road asjdght la
i wated that about enongh
PoerJi expended daily by thefre-
queniers or the Hnks here to run a saw
mill, a cotton factory and nno t
Jrf est kindo quartz-crushers.
S ITWiU the new arrival in this city
who enquired of one of the life-lik mm.
es standlng at the door of a prominent
tauwimg store on Trade street favor us
wnn une reply ne received ? .
BSTA bright, sunnv dav vat-
but not too much business dnln
ty of time for proprietors nit
doatand whUUe sticks as much as
they wanted to.
lThe patriots who superintend the
wwuon of the stand-pipe of the water
works, that are to be, still unselfishly
give their time in overseeing the pro
gress of the work.
Stricken TOth Paralysis;
An old and highly esteemed citizen,
Mr. 8. W. AbernathyJ while larerg W ae 4a Beei leflkted iytae.'
to return home from his lace of busi-1 u&npgut, end way, ske tkoald.
eavon Tuesday afternoorj; was Btrick- I JgTO W P-'
enwitoaUghtatroke of paralysis in XoSChaWdTer:
the left arm fromwhich teJ, confined jf : SSKmo.
to his home. The stroke is not consldV Kerr, could be induced to visit Davie
ered serious at present ' county and . examine her mineral de-
m , ppsits, as he has done the counties lying
Election of Officers. along the lines of railroads in tbe Kate
Charlotte CommanderV No-aKntehta fLe Jffto add very jnmctr
Templar last night elected officers for
the current year as follows:
G. a S. Pegram
C. Q. P. H. Dewey
PreL a W. Alexander
Treas. Chas. B. Jones
Recorder. L. W, Perdue
Jr. W.P.H. Glover.
These officers are to be installed
Thursday night, April 6.
to his museum of minerals and thereby
luurauMj iue moioneiyi or tne ruJa Wp
VamWinkle,' so much sneered at by the
world at large, and especially by the
western and northern States of the
Prom the census report of 1880, asapi
Pfara in Green's almanac of 1882,
North Carolina ranks 13Sn . cold whW
is false; iron and steel 18, which to not
true; rosin and turpentine 1, and marl
and shell phosphates 1. The State pays
the Geologist a salary of $200 per an
num, nearly 98 per diem for each work
ing day in the year, and yet there are
very many counties that have been
aegiectea, among which Davie isjin-
1 882. -1882
V!he drawings" wm hereafter be nnder the ex
Street Cars for Charlotte.
we near talk of a comnanv hnn& I Thnuionnaintui uk !..
1" Holliday, who has charire of th formed to run a line of street cars from I volved upon the State Geologist can
water works gang proposes to celebrate tfae Air-Line depot to the Central de- mke some allowance for his delay in
the turning in of the water, by carrying It is said that Mr. John Wads- ffaWS
a keg. of beer to the top of the stand- wrth.will probably hold a large part of over M of the counties have been vis-
f'vo, uu as ma water begins to fill in, I tuo 8toCK snouia tne matter come to a I l oy mm.
he and his friends wiir"fill in" with the' nead- We have exceUent authority for I Hiimui'Jb
CIn the census report for 1880 int
issued, it appears that of the present
population of South Carolina. North
Carolina furnishes: whites 10.415. color
ed 6,882, which proves once more that
ine uia jsorth State is a good State to
tITPart of Coup's circus comoanv
passed through Charlotte yesterday.
Wasn't the smart young man. exhibit
ing a wonderful ring trick to admiring
groups in s one of our hotels, offering to
show "how it is done" for a dollar, a
member of this company ?
tW On and after to-morrow the due
coupons on the second morteaee bonds
of the Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta
Railroad company, will be paid on pre
sentation at t he National Park bank in
New York, nd at the Central National
Bank in Columbia, S. C. See advertise
our statement that the matter has
been "talked of:" and as we are alwavs
glad to publish news of public interest,
beg to thank our informant for this
item. Perhaps, however, the news
would be more welcome to the public
were there something more than "talk"
This powder never Taries. A marvel of pnrltj
streogth and wholesomeness. More economic
than the ordinary kinds, and eannot be sold In
competition with the moltltude of low test, short
i.ov2J . - 'New York.
LL 1T r'Rvrd-,fn' 8Ie Ato Cliartotte, N. c.
tie 5 i
. Hostettefs BIpAach Bitters Is the; rreat Hon.
nom nwdlclrliiot tbe Amelcfcn Wple." andls
token everywhere as a safeguard against epidemics
and endemics, as a remedy for dyspepsia, WMous
?hm andJl.rre8ularltles slifce bowels, as a cure for
ouu 'oor aua rneumauc ailments, as a seda
tive m nervous cases, and as a general. In vhjorant
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALSBS
Col. Thomas lcMahon, proprietor of
the Greensboro Spoke and Handle
Works, spent yesterday in Charlotte.
By his energy and ability he has built
up a large business and tills orders not
only for all sections of this country,
but ships largely to Europe, South
America and other countries.
A Big Transaction.
On yesterday the wholesale house of
Wittkowsky & Uaruch purchased fire
hundred bales, or over three hundred
thousand yards of cotton goods made in
a jxortn uarolina cotton mill. The dut-
cnase amounts to over $25,000, and is
probably the largest transaction of tbe
kind over made in the State.
A Great .Literary Work,
900 LARGE 8VO PAGES OF
60,000 LlKESf 00H0OEDA50E
enabling one at o'nceflnd any auotaUon desired.
aA nEAT SfJCCCSiS. . -
Fifty ThoiisaBdlft Three Weeks.
Secretary of Etate.
"im much pleased; with the 'Cr-
Henry Ward Beecber.
'Good air tba "way tbfewn. ea
wcirtiiy the pioveros or all na
Meury W. L,ourltoy.
fcsstul and r.ivorite voluihe.
"itf,.varlety 411(1 Juimete end fife
--"'Kicicuess oi its index give It
ig me scnoiar.
It is ii I mul au Ior copies-
UouaT' " ""none dooks or quota
... v . f
"anasome volume and
h S,con,P1et6nS's offtl indices
f Niapiy astonlshlna. Leaves
"uunug to be desired."
JJ" check for copy.
?.8' .k of ouotaUons
"o seen." TJ5 J
i. "lasslve and teomlnir nlnm
11 i:e8 near m. .iVS.". ' X T " ,
iUndT,H-long' remain tbe
among iu kind."
N Y. Herald.
the best book or
Another Mad Dog.
A dog, supposed to be mad, appeared
on the streets about 4 o'clock yesterday
evening. After tearing around awhile
fifter the fashion of dogs demented, and
attacking all other members of the ca
nine race he came across, ha finally
took refuge from his pursuers in a cor
ner near Canty's barber shop, where he
was shot by Policeman Farrinsrton. It
is feared that several other dogs were
bitten by him in his frantic course.
The way They Do.
This is the way the nice youojr men
do in our neighboring town of Spartan-
Durgas stated by the Spartan: "The
Spartanburg young man says he goes
to 'weep' between the scenes of a play.
He is ashamed to cry before all the
folks in the opera house. The opinion
of a lady is that it is very singular that
he should come in wiping his mouth in
stead of his eyes."
More Cotton Factories.
jrrom Mr. W. R. Self, who resides in
Newton, Catawba county, we learn that
two more cotton factories are in process
of erection in that county. One is pro
jected by Messrs. Williams, Finger and
others, and will be erected in. Newton,
and the other will be erected by Messrs.
Carpenter and Babb, about seven miles
sbuth of Newton, on the Lincolnt0n
road. Let the good work go on.
The 20th May.
The Raleigh News and Observer thus
alludes to our preparation to celebrate
the 20th May:
The Hornets' Nest Riflemen, of Char
lotte, are at work preparing for the en
campment of the State Guard, which it
seems evident will be held at that place
on the 20th of May. Adjutant-General
Johnstone Jones has been specially
urged to order the encamnmAnr. r.her
at that time, to continue from May 15th
to 20th. -The people of Charlotte have
taken the preparatory steps, and will
no doubt liberally aid the movement.
The season of the vear is nartieiilarW
suitable, as well as the occasion. Those
of us who were so fortunate as to have
been at Charlotte May 20th, 1875, will
remember the perfect beauty of the
weather. The encampment will be
pleasant and profitable to the State
Guard, whose members need the train
ing that a week's camp life gives.
After Twenty Years.
Mr. J. M. Sims, on yesterday showed
us a letter which he had received only
an hour or so before, and which was
dated -Fort Johnson, N. O, Jan'y 6th
1862," and it bears the post mark of the'
Wilmington postoffice two days, later.
In the letter the writer says :
"There is nothing new or
strange here sinceI wrote to Barnett.
There is no more prospect of a fight
here than there was three months ago.
There are five of 'Old Abe's' vessels in
view of this place at this time. One of
them run up within four miles of the
battery, at the New Inlet a few days
ago and fired at it, but the shot did not
The letter was written by a gentle
man who died during the war, and has
long since been forgotten, except possi
bly by a few intimate friends and ac
quaintances, and the mystery is how it
should turu up at this time. Uncle Sam
is frequently dilatory in the delivery of
the mails, but we do not now remember
an instance where be took twenty year
te carry a letter 190 miles.
The following will explain matters
somewhat: The party to whom the let
ter was written was called into the war
himself and the letter remained dead
in the Confederate postoffice In Char
lotte for some time. A Mr. Frank
Ross was postmaster at the close of the
war, and this letter, with a number of
be remembered that if. faVaa
time and money to accomDlish ao frmh
work, and at the same time reflect credit
upon the State and the Geologist. :
We are free to acknowledge our pov
erty, but in ail common reason do not
alight us on account of our being poor.
There are hundreds, and perhaps
thousands of tax payers that eannot see
the necessity of the office of State Geo
logist, and yet, we are paying money for
toe keeping up the penitentiary, which
if turned into this office and have two
men instead of one in the office the peo
ple would make money.
Joy hia report some northern men
nave oeen induced to invest $250,000 in
m(the coal and iron regions on Deep
There are seven places in Davie coun
ty from which gold has been taken :
1st The Butler mine, eight and a
half miles south-west Of Mocksville.
The gold from this mine was assayed
some years ago and found to be two
carats finer than anything in the Unit
2nd. The gold mine on Calahahn's
mountain inCalahahn townshi'pix and
a half miles north-west of Moeksville.
This mine was worked some f ortv vear
ago by Hon. Hamilton C. Jones A C04
the father of Col. H. C. Jones of your
ciby, uug wim wnat success 1 do not
3rd. The Isaac Allen mine, situated
on the plantation of Jno. H. Clement,
late Senator of Davie and Rowan. on
and one-fourth milea north-west of
4th. There are two mines or deposits
of gold in Ctarksville township, seven
and one-half mites north-west of Mocks
ville, from which a considerable quan
tity of gold has been obtained by an or
dinary wash pan process.
5th. There is another gold deposit 7
miles north-east of Mocksville in Ful
6;h. There is to be found on the nlan-
tation of Mr. B. N.Allen, six miles east
of Mocksville the finest or as fine iron
ore as can be found any where. This
iron mine was worked by Thos. H.
Gaither & Co. during the war from
which they supplied the Confederate
government with a very large quantity
and there is on the seme plantation,
and not far from the iron mine evidence
7th. There is on the nlantatinn of
James A. Kelly, our former member of
the legislature, a very rich silver arid
So you can see from this that Davie
county is no "sardine" or "small potato"
at last And if tbe bowlesof the earth
could be analyzed in her border you
could find gold, silver mica and proba
bly pearls, no one could tell how much.
If theN. C. Midland railroad should
be finished you see that Mocksville is
destined to be, at no great distance, a
mining town or city. So a "long pull
and a strong pull and a pull all togeth
er" for the North Carolina Midland
Onb or the M Anker Born.
March 29th, 1882.
EAVY 01SS. PANTS,
A SPLENDID OPPOSi u. "
10 !P??!roT? DISTBI-
vinua v, ax SIW UKLKANS,
TUESDAY, APBI1V11, 1882. -lr
Wana State Lottery Company.
With a eanttnJ nti Ann rvri JT. 7 furpODOS
was rSi?8 PPf wte Its franchise
Its GRAND 8INQLS NUMBKR
rmOr-Or "f.JW monthly.
for : this IM.
A LABOC AMD TAanD tXSX Of
Afl the NovelUes ot the Very Latest Importations,
fcuo Tjmi utuEAraaT to the
EXTREME FINE GOODS.
CAPITAL PRIZE, 130,000.
100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars Each.
Tickets, One Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZKS:
1 Capital Prize a nn wi
J Capital Prize iR,8SP,
1 Capital Prize . . 19'999
2o6ffio H9Z "7.7:1888
100 Prizes of ioa J 0.000
200 Prizes of so." JS-OOO
Our Fall Stock Generally.
WE WAT THE ROOK FOR OUR
mtS.J?' BLACK GOODS
S2T v At thl ne it is
QeeOiMS tftmv hot if im n .
J'1"" supply a Depart-
!"r iw?D6apt,Ia' mormon of our
lc55P 8. ROC 6Sc, 75. goc
--..wwmra, an or me very
beet French productions.
ALL-WOOL MOIRE, DRIP D'ETB
CRAPES, HtKNtiH BUNTING,
HENRIETTA C) )TH. TAKE-E
DRAP D'il.Mi tmpVwAt
8KRGE TJ IOOI ; i fact our Biach
o.t6,00.1 rtment hasNO,
EQUAL in this But e.
600 Prizes of
1. 000 Prizes of
9 Approximation Prizes of 80O ski i
1 KT TS. m. . .
-uuud w tll 0.4OC
w&twhn8p?nd,ng aw,t ted at all
Sni J" llber,tl oopensaUon will be nald
i2K rtt1' tafonnatlo- write clearly, tIm full
rlfE8- S?D1 order exprew or heSsterl
Letter, or Money Omer by whS, Sdreonlto
M. A DAUPHIN,
or M. A. D AFPHIN, Orleans, La.
127 La Salle Street, Chicago. Bis.,
or M. A. I AUPBIN.
s 07 Setenth stre t. W -shlngton. D. C.
TheNvw1. rk.ffleli en.vedto hlcaga
WHICH WILL BE TIU?
FINEST the EIAREET,
We Deferred Baying CDtil Late
To Secure the Advantages In
SPECIAL LOW PRICES
FOR THIS WEEK
In all the Departments of our Immense Establish
LACES, COLLARS, CUFFS,
In ewy S'yle and Material.
OPEN THIS WEEK:
A NEW LINE OF
SPANISH and FRENCH
to the act uat ti
for ech nth
quently all ne p
drawn and paid.
tentlon of Uje Public is called
witlre number or the Tickets
Drawing Is sold, and conse
JS ,n each drawing are sold and
-POPULAR MONT loY DRAWING OF THE
la the tfty of LouIstL on
FRIDAY, MARCH 31st, 1882.
These drawings occir monthly i oundays exceDt
ed) under provisions of an Act of the General As
sembly of Kentucky.
The United States lrcult Court on Maren 81.
rendered the followtm decisions:
1st That the Comii onwealth Dutntmnon Com
pany Is legal.
2d Its drawings arr rair.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
fond. Read the list of prizes for the
10 Prizes, 81,000 each,
20 Prizes. 500 each,
100 Prizes 100 each..
200 Prizes. 50 each iftoOO
000 Prizes, 20 each 12 ono
1000 Prizes. in nnih 1 n'rmn
9 Prizes, $800 each. Approbation Prizes $2700
I. HI II I
9 Prizes. 100
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
others, was packed in an old box, found I POT A TTiTT Q !
its way to an office in the court house, A A A 1
A Peculiar Quartz.
Mr. W. R. Self, of Newton, Catawba
county, exhibited in this office yester
day, a large piece of quartz rock, said
to have been found on Hog Hill, in that
county, which among other peculiarities
had imbedded firmly within it a few
drops of water. The water could be
plainly. ..seen - and - has probably been
locked up for centuries. Who can say
how long? Won't some scientist tell us
how this lusus naturae came about?
Mayor's Court Yesterday.
Annie Metz, whose character, we are'
afraid, would not bear very close inves
tigation, was brought up on a charge of
drunkenness, and' using profane lan-
Iguage. The case being proved, Annie
had to pay anne 01 $10 and costs;
TYpi. Sprouils, for "drunk and down,"
jyas fined $2.50 and costs; and for a
similar offence, KichardGregg had to
pay $160 and costs.
These cases comprisedjthejmorning'a
Treated. . '
y Laurinburg Enterprise, March 29th
says: Henry Phifer, a colored train
hand, who has been evading the police
of Charlotte for some time to escape
arrest for some misdemeanor, fell into
the dutches of officer Hatton of this
place .last Saturday;' and will be con
vepea'f to- Charlotte ;to-day npon a
requisition from tbe marshal of that
fcftv. Phifer is also char b fid . with rob
fnW tcank . f a negro train hand in
this town about three weeks ago of sev
erat dcrllars ' y 7 ; ' :J ' ' 1 4 X
OflScer Hatton arrived here with bis
prisoner on WednesdayPhifet appears
to be an insUnce of indristry . misappli
ed, being ,unted by both State and city
police auth6rltie3.'hBre &r larceny and
yariom other offences. This. will folly
in tne pny on Wednesday, some aDsura
ruxaor having gotabipad in connection
now used by Mr. Waller, county super
intendent of public instruction, and
has remained there until veatArrlav.
when it was found.
ON HAND i
AND LOUISIANA CH0KEB3, AT
Hotel Arrirals Yesterday.
Ckntbal Hotel: A C Frisby, E F
Ross, Benj Lynn, JRE Carmer, H L
Dawley, Miss Carrington, New York ; J
Rice Smith, Chas A West, Virginia; A
S Wallace, Yorkville, S. C ; Jas PMIlIer,
Charleston, SG; Miss N Jackson, Ral
eigh ; Millard Wood, Washington; J Iff
Miller, South Point, N C ; W H James,
oaiisoury, ss u: Miss Anna Douglass, 1 rpHeoap) of me 2d mortgage bonds
Jr SiS ille, S C; Rev .f g-Kgj; Ngf. -g
u luumpnon ana wue, xieiasviue.
Coupons to be Pail
N C; J T Clarke, J W Beasley, Boston ;
Miss Sallie Page, Hoffman, N C; Miss
Lizzie MdDnffle, J A McDuffle, KeyBer,
N CjJRTimberlake, Philadelphia; S
C Johnson, McGinn Mine; CW Tate,
Mountain Island ; W A Huffman, Cin
cinnati ; R L Cochran, Mrs Sarah Gil
lett, HG Sheasley, Franklin, Pa; Na
than Lay, Selma, Ala; J W Heard,
Louisville ; M P Crawford, Turner Bar
ber, S C; W T Newman, Ga.
Chahlottb HoTteL W B Hatton,
Laurinburg, N C ; J W Greer, St Louis ;
Chas T Stewart, RMS; JN Little, R
&DRR; Miss Jennie Stuait, Green
ville, S C; LB Ellis, Lawrehceville, Ga ;
Mrs Barnes and daughter, Matthews, N
C ; Geo W DeHaven, P H Leamon, Prof
G W Kelch, Chicago ; C A Bonney, G M
Mann, Michigan ; T Burton, C F Adams
Texas ; Archie Glancey, N Gattiss, Ga;
E Everett, C C R R; S P Lackey, Icard
Station ; W A Grant, J B Niles, Boston ;
B F Turner, Whitaker's, S C ; R P Stew
art, Fort Mill, S C.
Metropolitan Hotel. A J How
ard, D A Shumate, Atlanta; E Wingo,
Richmond ; John Hollis, Jackson. Tens.
P J Carroll, Asheville, N C ; T W
Jones; P W Yasser, R & D R R; John
Dulin. York, S C ; William Wilson, Gas
tonla. "-. , j'. '
. - A BeVInUB tfc(ed,
' Aflanb, as.,7eb. 38, 1881.
H. H. Warner Co: Sirs For thirty years I was
a rlcbm ot painful kidney disease, but year Sal
Kidney and Liter Cure has made m a new man.
Omci C, C. 1. RAILROAD,
ConunbaG UEchaota,iJb83r i
Bank, of New fork Cltr. jutd at tks Central Na
auuoMnoi, vi. una UV, -, 4, M. n. B su la,
marSl 8t . , ., Treasurer.
At the Skating Rink.
THXKX will be a Bicycle moo at the Skating
Biak of Brem McDowell co-nig&t, to com
mence at half past Mtfin o'clock- Kverybody
ougiu 10 go anu see n. marsl it
All kinds of Datent Xedletnea and MbMralWa.
Mrs. WLLiSUH 9 BUHWMLL,
Druggists, Trade Street
Preah Supply, at ',
WILSON ft BDBWXLL'S
LB3. XNQLtSH VX8MILU0W,
Medium and deep shades, for sale by
. WILSON AB5BWXLL, Drugglsa.
Of Pure Obd Llrer OIL
Druggists, Trade Street.
yya KKXP A BUPPLT , : !
Of Fine Wine, Brandy and Whisker, for uedf
clnal purpoees. WIL80N ft BUBWBLL.
JZTUNTXB'a iNViaiBLXlPOWDXB, -
' Swan Down PowdeaBannders' Powder, at ,;,;,
wiLaoji ft BuawiLL'a ,
Prog btore. Trade Street.
QLOSLNO 0W LAMPS atkmpdcea, ; . . -
i - - wrxaow ft Buawnfc ;
gATH8POQ,at . -
. ; t. yilONBlXLL'B DrBgBtPra,
HXNO TEA, yiJl OKIW AND BLAOt TXA,
i'-t " ' r - . .- : : - i
Forty Tear Kxperleaee tfaa Oli lane.
Mrs. Wlnalow's Soothing 8rrop la the nreserlD- j
nonot one ot tne nest Jremaie niysteuaa ana
Nurses In the United fitates. and has been Used
for forty Tears with nerer-fafung safety and soe
eess. Dy muuons oi motners ana cnuaren nom ine
teewe infant of one week old to tne aaun. it
eorreeU addltr of the. stomaeh. nllevM wind
eolie, regulates tbe bowels, and glTea net, taealta
and oomfert to mother and child. Ve beUero tt
taebest-and sorest remedf to tbe world, in alii
mwi -at DnantMt u iul Tunirtw In. Milldran.
whether h arlsea from teething or from any other
cause. : jnm aireonons ior using win aeeorapany
each bottle. None eerrolne unless tbe faoniU i
01 cams a Ferkins, is on tne outside wrapper.
sola Dy au meaicine aeaiers. aoeuaooaie.
TTrX OAVI SXCUVBD 1 '
WW" , . . ,-,c . 1
-Cobebsaod Gin wUjeeaS rtlseaswr g tivs
BUdder and X
DITISrS OABDXN8XXD.at - Vv?
A3 WILSON ft BUB WILL'S
under tbe advaneed Sea
son, and will be able to .
mm REDUCED PRICES
OUR ENTIRE SILK STOCK.
Black and Colored Silks,
PAID WHILE III MARKET.
OUE STOCK WILL ABB1VB LUBJNG the NIlT'
AH1 Wl WlLt HlYS iwOBB WITH YdCL
' . . - ...,. r
" . j-.'i.wi aiiKSjv?-. (- 11
n Ti r -ii. 1 fit
11.1 r it l 1 .J I f M UU
i JJm:-'j r) iitf f li.MWid ii4 "tMn-.f
i iiTii-uiiiil ;!iilojl:(J iKivV. .;.'ai'I
: mt mi Goods deaUrsj
AT 50 CENTS.
. A RARE CHANCE
Is within your reach to secure your House Linens
at Marrolously LO W PBICES.
Table) iDsmsik, TVblte and Colored
Tew. Olwftba, Dlwwer ClUut Break
taut Cloths, Tray Cloth, Doy
lleef Napkins, Towels Mar
elilea Quilts, Carpet,
Mat, Kugv, Hatting,
... Cocoa and straw,
Whole Tickets. 82; Half Tickets. 81
r6 ncaets. si 00
Bemlt Money or Bank Draft In Letter, or nena
Pv.SSSS 9y'T 8END BV RBMI8TEHED
LKTTEB OB P08T0FF1CE ORDER Orders of
85 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our ex
pense. Address all orders to
B. M. BOABDMAN, CourlerJoumaj Build
Louisville, Ky.. or 809 Broadway New York,
WE ARE.NOW OPENING OUR NEW
These and their prices ton must see to fully ap-
precati our tnorw to please the Trade.
WieU! T White Goods !
- WI BAYS
JCvery Tabrto frodqeed nnder that htad-NIW,
: - JtSH and BEAUTIFUL.
H1T SOrlEW KEflUtCTSi) .
and weHeeTsauaEe? fall to please
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:Jiw. .r: WANTED.
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i f.,.iirriii iTizr:.iT. ji: ; I. I -- narm oroerea a larre amount or
Including all the latest novelties
in the MIL LINES Y LINK.
In all the new style, colors and qualities.
Also, all the new slTles and an.im.fea nf T.r.vH
embracing White (Joods. Neck W ar, Ho-iery
Gloves. Parasols, Ac. the LAkGKST and MOST
OOJUPLETa dTOCK IN 1 HE CITY.
Our Pattern Hats and Bonnets
Oa Monday, March 27th,
they have ever seen In this city.
Mrs. P. Query.
HAMBTJBG EDGING at from 2e to 2Sca yard
ISBI-P" "Lawns at eujei bleachkd
8 H IB TIN u at 7Vfcc Utt and 10c; LIKEN TOWELS
from $1.20 to fi.76 per dozen,
...fiOjlb, BAR5A!FIS.i :
fHbSIEaThHOpE SrjPlXTIRS, GL0VT3, 00B-
BT8. CBOCXZBY, TIN XABX, 6LA89 WABI
LAMPSr PICTUKE TBAMES, and many other
npHK Board ot Aldermea of the City of Charlotte
-a. oavinaT emierea a larre amount c
wun Dotn stone ana bhck, we want a
CM1 (Street) Engineer. Also bids for
Stone, both rough and dressed, and Hard Burnt
t com rattan t
Also bids for furnisUng
buck, with which to make the same. Address
manoiw Jr, & DawaLYE, Mayor.
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