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TUX0B8XBTXS JOB DEFABTKKNT '
Has been thOTonghly anppUeil with, every needed
want tad with the latest stytoa of Type, and every
.manner of eb-Jnttng caa now be done with
aeaanaay'dliipatrih arid cheapnmT .. Wa can fur
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Alto a FAN. and look at our
We bare the largest stoc'i of
LAWNS, GINGHAMS, ETC.,
We can beat any House In tbe city on
BieacM 1 Brown SMte ani Slirtte
Tbe young men of the e ty will
do well to call sad select a nice
We will take your measure, make you a handsome
suit and if you are not satisfied with lit and Goods
joa'NKKD NOT TAKE T. Three hundred sam
ples to select from.
: o : :o :
Spring Style Hats.
Pegram & C.,
Have received and ant d .i;y receiving
A BEAVTIFU1. LliE OF
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Don't Fail to Call ud See Them.
PEGRAM & CO.
33 HAWKINS ST., BOSTON, MASS.
Uetairurgists, Assayer and Analytical Chemlits
fitlLh ad SILVER BEFINEHS.
Prudlcal Hlli-Bana of Ores 100 lbs. and upwards.
It I Fit ItTOBY O It E THEATEP.
fctirveys, Mine Examinations, Reports, Sketches
and Maps made. Constructions of works
The Kfcw England Smeltiog Works.
;oi.n, sii. vck,
LEAD Oil E
- MELTED "
COPPER MATTE AND BASE BULLION
Treated on Reasonable Terms.
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In great variety, and we a-k you to eiamlne our
Goods and co are our prices, with the fun as
surance thai you will find the examination and
comparison to your pecuniary Interest
The public has already voted SXIQLK'3 GOODS
the HANDSOMEST and BEST SELECTED in the
city. Every Novelty of the Season in TBIMMQNG3
and In NECK WEAR.
Ail should come and see for Oiem selves. WAB-
NEB'8 CORALINE CORSET only 97 cents.
T. i.. :;n.n & CO.
A NTCr - Failing Cure for Burns,
Scalds, Bruises, Cuts, Sores, etc.
Alter forty years of trial, Perry
Davis' Pain Killer stands unrivaled.
It is safe! It acts immediately t It
never fails I
Editor of the St. Jons (N. B.) News, says :
In flesh wounds, aches, pains, sores, etc.,
It is the mt effectual remedy we know of.
No family should be without a bottle of it
for a single hour.
From the Cincinnati Dispatch :
We have teen its magic effects, and know
It to be a good article.
From L S. Potter, U. S. Consul at Crefeld,
Alter Ion? years of use, I am satisfied It
r Is positively efficient as a healing remedy
for wounds, bruises, and sprains.
W. W. Sharper, Valdosta, Ga., says :
It Is a panacea for all Drulses and burns.
From R. W. Adams, Saco, Me.:
It gave me immediate relief.
R. Lewis says:
In forty years' use it never has failed me.
w. "W. Lum, Nlcholvllle, N. Y. , says :
I use your Paih Killer frequently. It
relieves pain and soreness, and healt wounds
J. W. Dee says :
For scalds and burns It has no equal.
PERRY DAVIS' FAIN irTT.T.TTR, Is not
a new untried remedy. For forty years
it has been in constant use ; and those Whe
have used It the longest are its best friends.
Its success is entirely because of iti merit.
Since the Pain Killer was first introduced,
hundreds of new medicines have come and
prone, while to-day this medicine Is more
extensively used and more higrhly valued
than ever before. Every family should have
a bottle ready for use. Much pain and heavy
doctors' bills may often be saved by prompt
application of the Pain Killer. Unlike mod
medicines, it imperfectly safe even in the hands
of a child. Try it once thoroughly, and it
will prove its value. Your druggist has it
at 25c, 50c. and 81.00 per bottle.
PERRY DAVIS A 80N, Proprietor,
- ' Provtdww, R. I.
sept dtw sept ft oct.
BLSSIftG TO WOMANKIND.
Relie ve all diseases of women pecu
liar to the appearance and cessation
of the menses, uterine disturbances,
torpidlt of functions, with leucor
rhoea, dlsmenorrhaea, and hysteria,
also in melancholia and other men
tal derangements. Afford prompt
relief to those dlstressfng bearing
down pains so peculiar to women.
Price $3 per box. Sent free by mall
on receipt of price. Dr. uiarke
Medicine Company, New York City.
R Scrofula or any Blood Dinorder.
In either stage, whether primary,
aeeondarr or tertiary, are an invalu
able remedy. They never fall to
cure when directions are followed.
Price S2 50ner box. Jflve D xes 5510.
Sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of
price Aderess Dr Clarke Medicine
Company, New York City.
INVALUABLE OEM ED Y.
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, mucous discharges and
sediments in the urine from what
ever cause induced, whether of re
cent or longstanding. One to three
boxes usually sufficient. Price S2
per box.. Three boxes for $5.
Mailed free on receipt of price. Ad
dress Dr. Clarke Medicine Company,
New York City.
PHERE IS A BALM IN O I LEAD.
For an cases of Spermatorrhoea'
and im potency, as the result of self-
abuse in vouth, sexual excesses In
maturer years, or other causes, and
producing some of the following
effects: Nervousness, seminal emis
sions (night emissions by dreams),
Dimness of Sight, Defective Mem-
lory, Phlsicai aecsy, nmpiea on
race, Aversion wwociciy ui rvmaies.
Confusion of Ideas. Loss of Sexutl
Power, &c, rendering marriage im
nroneror nnhamur. Are a positive
cure in two to 8 weeks. One to six
boxes usually sufficient' Price 81.50
per box. Four Doxes t. Bcniny
malL prepaid, on receipt of price.
Address Dr. Clarke Medicine Com
pany, New York City. j '
feb!9 Uc 18
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HEADQUAKTEES TOR DRUMiCESS.
THIS house has been leased for a terra of years
by Mrs. Dr. Reerev whose -intention Is to
keep a stnotry flrst-Oass house in every respect. .
Commodious sample rooms on. first and second
Tba patronage of the potme la aoncttedi w " i
A Desirable Residence on B Street, be
tween 6th and 6th streets. Is offered
i..u it Mihhiim mvati moms ana nas
zXw Bro-nionAiL moom and iiremisea in good re-.
ZZi? nAwiiDn siven earir In ApriL Terms fa-
voraoie. m-vvv - CrJSt-7,
At Brown ft Weddtngton's.
BT SAKUSL W. SXALL, HOLD 8LM
Rom the Jacksonville Times.
" WTw's datl "Wydafs Treadwatef Jla-i
Dewust little nigger in town '
What de folkes all sez deyU hang him.
FKase wy. nit don't seem he kin drown!
He keeps hlsself dere In le watah
'Bout half oi his time to de year,
An' ef he'z got enny home 'round hyaf
- Hit's out on de eend ob dat pierl
. . i
"Well, de name what he'z got it was gin hi at
By fakes what was kaClr? de faeks,
Fer dey sed dat sum title was due him
'Ease he'd done wun de nobles' of acksl .
Ob koarse I kin tell yerde story,
'Ease I was rite dar on de spot,
An' ef Jim if entltull'd ter glory
He fa'rly eamt all dat heTs gotl
"Yer see. hit woz out on de wahf , dar,
Wun sunshlney mawnln' in May,
Dat er 'ittle chile up turn de Nawf, sir,
Woz too ken out dar f er ter pi y;
An' Jim wuz out dar wld his fish line.
An' de nuss warn't a watchln' de chile,
So hit walk'd off rite Inter de brine
. Atdatcorder dar by deblg pllel
"Well, den dar wus skreamin' an eryln'
Fum all de foikes "to and ob yler,
.But Jim seed hit warn't no use tryla' . '
Ter reskew de chile turn an heah 1
So he tuck er long dive ter de watah
An struck whwdeehUrhedgone down, .
An' hit tuck Mm so long fer ter tine hit
De people tho't bofeem would drown.
"But purty soon outln de streem dar
Er kinky Wack hfidoum In site,
An' belt close ter his brea, wif bofe han's, aah,
Wuz de baby all limpy an white I
Den de moufs ob de peeple was epln'd
In er long an enkuridgin shoutf
"Cum on wld de bote, menf Jim holler'd
TU tread watahjon teU yer git out I"
"Den dey bent ter dere ores like Marsters
An flew ter whar Jim, wld de chile,
Wuz doin' hlz bes' ter keep Ootln',
But weak'nin' hlz lick ail de while;
Dey brought de two bean ter de iandln'
Ah' de muther wns crazy wkt loy.
While de father Jlss retch'd fer dat dukey
An' hugged him ez do' hlz own boy 1
"So, yer see, dat's de reezln' dey gib him
De name dat yer heerd me jess call
An' nobody bonders' along wld Jim,
An' he does ez he pleezes wld all I
Ob koarse, what he done wuz rite brave, sab;
An' mebbe wuz worthy er erown
But Jim! -Well, Jim 's jess de blamedes
No 'count little nigger In towni"
Hon. Casaius M. Cla', of Kentacky,
wants Tilden nominated in 1884.
Cornelius - Vandi rbilt, who killed
himself in New York last Mouday, was
a wild, dissipated fellow, but he had
good 8tr'-.'.ks in him. Years' ago he
borrowed from Horace Gn eley large
sums of money, which his father refus
ed to pay. II mitfht have escaped pay
ment uiidei - tiio statute of limitations,
bu' wh n h came in possession of the
money left him by his father he paid
the datifrhteis of Mr. Greeley every
ct nt amountiug to $71,000.
The Pittsboro Chatham Record slutes
that David S. Burns, who was a deputy
Cf Hector under Col. Young in the 4lh
district, and was dismissed by the col
onel because he expressed satisfaction
at the assassination of President Gar
field, has been appointed a storekeeper.
The board of aldermen of the city of
W'lmington have appropriated $62,520
to meet expenses for4the current fiscal
year emiing Mrch 31, 1883.
If good nihilists knew what trouble
they caused in printing offices when
they killed one of these distinguished
Russians with such distinguished names
they would think twice before taey
touched the dynamite. There is no fun
in tackling all the consonants in the
language promiscuously thrown to
gether. The shooting down of Jease James in
St. Joseph, Mo.t last Monday, will pro
bably be the end of that gang of out
laws who have so long bid defiance to
the laws of Missouri and adjacent
States. They have been pursued for
years by officers of the law, and then at
last it was only by the treachery of two
of the gang that tbe bold leader : was
Mricken down and bit the dust. James
was a lawless villain but a brave man
and had in him the stuff that heroes are
made out of.
Corn planting in Southern Kentucky
is said to be three weeks earlier this
year than usual.
The Augusta (Ga.) News says there
is an "epidemic" of religion among the
colored people in that city, and that
about four thousand of jthem are to be
baptized this spring and summer.
Sciatica is what is troubling Senator
Logan, of Illinois. Washington gor
mandizing and "sperils" will get 'em in
the long run.
The Afghan war cost England $108,
000,000. A North Carolina rattlesnake seven
and a half feet long is one of the at
tractions in Richmond, Va., and it is
very early in the season for snakes, too.
On Thursday, 6th nstn Miss Eleanor
Ewing, daughter of Rev. H.EwingV of
Lancaster, Ohio, and niece of Gen. Tom
Ewing and Gen. W. T. Sherman, took
the white veil of the order of the Sis
tersof Mercy at the convent in Pittjs j
burg. Miss Ewing is a beautiful and
wealthy young lady, and was formerly
a great belle in Washington society.
Philadelphia Record: The fortitude
of the Southern people in misfortune
must command the admiration Jof the
world. Accounts from all sections of
the inundated regions agree that the
people, white and black, seem cheerful,
notwithstanding the terrible ordeal
through which they are passing.1 They
look forward to better times In the
future. One of the most significaiit
features in connection with the wide
spread ruin that has -overtaken Ibptlb:
planter and laborer is the kindly assist
ajrice that ! planters who cih &mmanki
the means are giving to ' the rloreki
laborers, and the inducements they are!
holding out to them to return to the
plantations and go to Work. : ; .
The Water Sabsldihff land Planting,
'.. ; Profjfrteasinf . - j
Naw Origans, April TneTimes
Democrat Vicksburg sMdat .rfepotli
flourishing condition of things at Lake
Providence: and throughout- the entire
can scarcely keep paces with tha rapid ry
there' ae lqa ax?ilry, latid JppVfeitei
TjiTta Providence; the- same: eondi turn
exists, and' planters all' seem cbiifident
that full crops will do maae uus year.
. vrS-12 .hi
h an (red at Odiisla
il.ir. - rrr.i .. . a T nv.-.
isara Heninarxic wag rnamMinjiAD-:
con Tuesday mornttig to M. Sax
TheDeopie of tiie Pacific sIom are fn
dignant at the Presidential veto of the
Ontnese pui. ; in ;somd: . ipcaiiues ' the
President was burned in effigy.
The municipal elections throughout
the West Tuesday showed Democratic
A fire at Battleboro, Mass., Wecnes?
aay.-'destroyea ar nntober of iewelrv
manufactories, involvrbg a loss of $125,-
uoo, and throwing JJ5U people out of em
ployment. ' : !
The State credit Democratic execu
tive committee Of ; Tennessee haa in-
strtod ita cboirmaiitfi call the" guber
natorial convention in conjunction With
wfn oTtfils tarty.-in ordeEtrfmtte thatf,
On XfonflAv" mAPn
broken at MiBneaDoUslinrra bv alsdd-
den swetfin the Tiver ftnd several jmilv
lionaCeet- M lumber TttOated db
past Paul. It is believed; tt&t four
millions of feet, valued at $40,000, will
be lost - - ! i
Dick ' Atkinson, a Colored convict.
servinsout a third term in Uie'Deniten-
tiary at Columbia, S. Cl, attempted to
escape on Hondav. and wastnot Wbile
Bwimmingin the Congaree rycer. The
Doay nas not yet been iouna. ;
In the United States Court at Charles
ton. S. C Tuesdav: the iurv rendered a
verdict of acauittalin the case of Hush1
P. Kane and . others, revenue -ofiicers,
indicted for the murder ot Amos Ladd,
In the suit against the Standard Oil
Company for some. $3,000,000, alleged to
be due the State of Pennsylvania: for
taxes in arrears, Judge Simon ton, at
Harrisburg.Toesday directed judgment
to be entered against the company for
Among the cabin passengers on the
steamship Lord Gough, which sailed
from Philadelphia Tuesday for Liver
pool, were Joseph Brumpton, the great
Grirasly forger, and Scott, the English
deteciiv. , who came over to secure
ThA will nf ITfinrv W T .tin of Allrtv i
v ..... m.M.m j ... M-MMm 1
1 .. 1.1:. I . . Mm 3W
iuah.es uo puuuc uequests, auu alter
naming several small sums to be given
to relatives, it gives the balance of his
property to his children Richard H.
Dana, Jr., the executor nlimed in the
will, being dead, thw port's son, Ernest,
will be made administrator.
The annual uu-eihsg f the stock
holders of the Denvf and Rio Grande
Railway was held at Colorado Springs,
C-il.. on Monday, Over $20,000,000 of
stock was represented". The annual re
port ntiou s that the gross earnings of
1881 were $6,244,000, and -the net earn
ings $2,040,000; fixed chaige?, $1,369,-
000; amount applicable to dividends,
$1,255,000. The board of directors of
the company was increased to mne
Eugene T. Beecher, a nephew of the
Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, was arrest
ed.Tuesday in New York upon an order
granted by the Supreme Court a year
ago in a civil suit. Horatio G. Angle,
trie plaintiff, charges that he rave
Beecher and Buel T. Hitchcock mining
stocks valued at $15,000 for a tract of
land in Arkansas, and that be subse
quently discovered the land did not be
long to them.. In default of $10,000
bail Beecher was committed to Ludlow
Where the Tariff Shoe Pinches.
Doubtless all reasoning directed to
the ultra-protectionist, who is a manu
facturer, with the view of inducing
him to discard his fallacies, must faU
so long as he is asked to abandon the
high tariff merely because it is unfair
to the consumer. What is needed is to
convince him that it is prejudicial ; to
the manufacturer. Yet this should be
the easiest of things. - Reference to the
unanswerable fact that absence of
"protection" is just the kind, of protec
tectiou that is found most efficient by
the English manufacturer, it dwelt
upon, ought to settle the matter with
any thinker who does not hold manu
facturing in England to be an essen
tially different thing from what it is
here. The assumption that if the South
becomes industrial, it must, out of con
sideration of its true interests, become
protectionist is sufficiently absurd. The
clear thinking which is supposed - to
prevail there may perhaps be taken as
a guarantee that that section will escape
the economic errors from which Penn
sylvania and New England suffer.
Manufacturers have, in tbe long run,
the same interest everywhere to have
the widest possible market. The high
tariff, in securing to the manufacturer
the home market; excludes him from a
better one the foreign. Yet we must
buy some things from the foreigner.
How the American manufacturer Is,
by means of his tariff, put at a disad
vantage in comparison with his Eng
lish cousin is well exhibited by the sta
tistics of our trade with Brazil. -British
East Indies, Japan nd Cuba for the
fiscal year 1881:
Xx ports from
Tbe Teastfn for this nnf arorable trade
balance of $141,142,003 is that the peo
ple of the countries here mentioned are
unwilling to buy our manufactures at
prices artificially enhanced by our pro
tective tariff, but prefer to buy the
cheaper English wares. There is a set
tlement, however. They do not permit
us to go one hundred and forty-one mil
lions of dollars deeper in debt every
year. They require us to pay for the
English wares the buy. They are cot
in want of our unprotected -agricultural
products, but England is. Sa we send
our ffTaiu aAdlarm produce to the man
ufacturing country, te which the J3ra
rlllans, Gntnese are iw debt, and
;tis Jro'iceb t'0. .'. Instead
of paylpg It oursves with our manu
f aetumt we get the Englighman to do
' . . . Tke' mlegularS Wu.
lkw 6RLEANS, April . 6. The reor
ganization of the parish committee last
night elicited a spirited contest. The
combination against Dfimont, the regu
lar chairman of the; Republican State
committee, by the. appoeition manager,
failed, the imarsetectinffthe tempo
rary chairman; hy t .tw(Htaird8 TOte. ;
:r - Trvsa Tar Xeetk ' v !
Bniher than have them pulled. Let jour denjtt
save aQ he can. ToodesenB to hare trouble, be-.
cause yen have not need BOZODONT When
properly fixed, then nib . on the 8OZ0DQHT, and
keep UiemaUil4t for Uow to eome, '
41 - J rJe J -- Vl 1 ,
fJUEEN OF SHEBA'S BEAUTY
The renowaed Queen of Sheba, with all her rqyal
pomp, magnificent apparel, and brilliant reGriue
Sfonld never have appeared within the presence of-
tbe grandest of the monarchs of the aat, had she
not also possessed that which ft la the : crowning"
giory of the female person a skin challenged
for Ita Oriental softness and Its almost tmnsean;
dental purity. -Cledpatra, ho Mine emperors at
bay, and ruling empires by her word, had qutekte
lost her charm and power by one attack of blotches
orof pimples, or of horrid tan and freckles. :
WOMAN RULES THE WORLD
by- her beauty, not less than by her purity of char
acter, loveliness of disposition and unselfish de
votion, indeed, m the estimation of 'perhaps too
a body takes precedence over
every 'other consideration. Beauty thus forms an
Important part of. woman's working capital
without which too many, Of not bankrupts in what
relates to influence within the circle where they
move,) are powerless for great good. 'Henpewe
s not only the propriety' but 'the duty of every
laty preserving with ' zealous care that which to
her Is essential to success, and influence, and use
fulness In life. And, since "beauty is but skin
deep," the utmost care and vigilance ate required
to guard it against the many' Ills that flesh Is heir
to. Among the great and annojihg enemies of
OF KlliiKK SEA,
as well as of comfort happiness and health, are
those pestiferous and horrid skin disease tetters,
humors, eczema, (salt rbeuta,) rough and scaly
eruptions, ulcers, pimples, and all diseases of the
hair and scalp. For the cure of all these, Dr. C
W. Benson, of Baltimore, after years of patient
study and investigation devoted to diseases of the
skin, at last brought forth his celebrated SKIN
CURE, which has already by Its marvelous cures,
established itself as thk great remedy for all dis
eases of the skin, whatever be their names or
character. Its success h .s been Immense and un
paralleled. All druggists have 1L It Is elegautiy
put np, two bottles in one package. Interna! nnd
external treatment Price $1.09.
EVERY ONE P3AI3ES.
8Ick headache, nervous headache, neundja,
nervousness, paralysis, d5ppsla, sleeplessness
and brain disea-es. no&ftliel.v cured by Dr 0. W.
Benson's Celery an - Ciiaino:..ile Mils. They con
tain no opium, qu f.lne. r ct ;er harmful drug.
Sold by all drueeiMK. Prloe 55fic per box. SI for
two, 2.50 for six. postage tre. Dr. C w. Ben
son, Bttjillltore. Ms! O. ri. RllTEtTON. N'W 10IK,
is hoiesnle Ag ni for Dr C. w. Utnson's i erne
BBS. LYDIA E. PiNXHAM, Of LYfSH, HASS.,
LYDIA E. PSNKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cure
for rfl tae PalnTnl OomplalaU 4 WeihulM
MMBan to our but feiamle pvpnlatloo.
It wUl ears entirely the worst form of Femala Com
plaints, all OTaiian troubles, Inflammation and Uloara
tlon, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and la particularly adapted to the
Change of Life. '
It will dissolve and expel tumors from the -a terns in
tin eartr stage of development. Ube tendency to can
oeroua humors the reis checked Tery speedily by its nee.
It remores faintness, flatulency, destroys all crarlns;
for stimulants, and .relieres weakness ot the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Kerro-aa .Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression, and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, la always permanently cured by its use.
It will at all times and under all circumstances act la
harmony with the laws that gorern the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex this
Compound Is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PIXKHAM'S VEGETABLE COM
P0TJBTD1S prepared at 233 and 36 Vf esters. Arenue,
Lynn,Kass. Price SL Six bottles f or $&. Bent by mall'
In the form of puis, alio 1 n the form of losenges, en
receipt of price, $1 per box for either, lira. Pinkham
freely answers aU letters of inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address as above. Identlon this Paper.
So family should be without LYDIA K. PIKKHAJI'fl
UVXB PILLS. They cure constipation, bIUousness(
and torpidity of the lirer. f cents per box.
XT Sold by all Druggists. -S .
The leading Sdeatlsts of To-day agree that
most diseases are caused by disordered Kidney and
Liver. If, therefore,. the Kidneys ana Livers are
kept in perfect order, perfect health will be thetre-
ait This truth has only neennowsva short time
and for rears
pie suffered great agony wi bout
beimr able to find relief.
Tne aiscovery 01 . war-
ner'sBafe Kidney and Llve Cure marks a hew
era m the neatmenc 01 these troirBiea. Maae
from a simple tropical leaf of rare value, it, con
tains just the elements necessary to- nourish and
invigorate buthrof these greatTrrgans, and safely
restore andeep tnem in order.: it tarri va
1EMKDY for au the diseases that cause tjains hi
iniu .rauiHA frisuTiH an
the tower pan 01 we Door
Headache saandloa Dizziness Gravel Fever.
Ague Mtlariai Fever,, and all difficulties of the
Sidneys, Liver and Urinary Orrana.
It Is an excellent and- safe remedy for females
daring Pregnancy. It will control Menstruation
and Is invaluable for.wicoriffi&ox falling of the
Womb. " .... .. -r
As a Rood Purifier it is unequalled, r tt cures
tbe organs that maxx the blood. : . "
. This Remedy, which has done such wonders, la
put np In tbe LAEGE3T SIZED BOT1 Ut of any
medicine upon the market, and fs told b.; drqgttists,
and all dealers at 91.26 per bottle. Fer Diabetes,
enquire for WABNEH'S SAFS PIABETES CDBK
Jan2S -s .rsi Jt & ti t'4iBoebester. N. Y.
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sTI V A 11 MfWlMil
V Mm JBm -Mm MA kw JL A Mm
i p.i jjmTJ. f, tfssjpMiisifc.
; Ofnee en Trade street T
, over I DerwitMgej4tUjrv ,1
Brya -clothing store, ' 1. 1 r
QIBea hoora from 8 sv ra. to 5 pJra. '
41 iii 1 r
"SARAH BARNHARDT" KIDS, at
FINE HOOK LOCK KIDS, at -
AlPwool BLACK BUNTING, at .
LACK BUNTING, all 6 lorsl at
nr 81.25 .
lc and 15oj
vwuj or 4-4 BLEACHING, at 10c Our Stock of PaOLSIs iaTgTarid hfmosome.
. ' li will pay you to examlne.our stock of
Dress Goods, Watered Silks, Cretonnes,
LACE CURTAILS, CLOTHING, GENTS? STRAW and STIFF H ITS;
and in fact you will save money by examining oar stock before purchasing."
EVITtS" LADIES' SHOES,
""TURNER'S" GENTS' SHOES.
Eight of the Leading Makes
OF THE WORLD.
One Hundred Instruments in
ATT I MT) ATJ TT
PLENTY OF MONEY ON OUB LEFT,
PLENTY TO EAT ON OVIt BIGHT,
AND A SOLID MUSICAL CENTRE.
We Don't Put Tea Poller Sold Pieces ou Every Stop
OF OUR ORGANS,
Neither;do WeThrow in a House Lot or a Baifroad,
H. McSIVllTH, Charlotte, N. C.
PrvnnSrnimpwf'acL! attention to the GARMENTS MANUFACTURED
Jrl o??t?, iiD rrf . ,ra JlW5ed ln aMerting, and not exiggerate. that the long expe
rience and standing of our House, is a full guarantee that ?-. irn ot,0'IBCT1SI&
IS THE MOST BfLIABLE SOLD to Oils Market. We "keptoiasTmenafdws
fLLlt811.!.?" Hai!?D1gl,)af2 1"8urjJ thftm absolute BOTTOM HKICES. We do not buy lob
. . ... .
;rr J wi'Gij m iiwaet, or wmca privilege the Late Purchaser Is debarred.
Our stock of Bova' anri Ghllriin. .t-. 4 - u aa snA .
always. The latest styles m
HATS, ALL COLORS.
THE YORKTOWN SCARF,
. . Tli9.l4te3t Out, m the jaj Latest Shades In Silks.
- OA.Ij.11 LflLlfZD SEE TJ"S Tery Respectfully,
W. D.Garaents blade iti brdet on Short Notlcr.
BUNTING UNINO. all colors, at
8UMMKB SILKS, from
MOIRE SATINS, alt colors,
SATIN SURAHS, at
75e and $1.00
SOo to si.00
6C The Best CORSET ever often1!, at
Front Forward to the Sear.
McSmida JIusic House,
llitilbuting Depot for the Carollnas
KKAMCK & BACH,
Soiilliein Gem Pianos.
But We Beat That all to Pieces,
fy CALL AND SKE ME. aH
Will Guarantee 10 percent, on all Moneys Invested.
For Parslculars call on or write to
88 88- 2a22
w a iuju a ww d
Invariably offer the public such CLOTHIWG and
We had the choice of
js, -1. si at Ssav kasar sV ssr eV sVb Je elbs fMtt war r Lf lao
.IN THE CXTY;