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We have the largest stock of
LAWjtS. GIM9HAMS, ETC.,
We can beat any Iffodsa In the city on
BleacM ! Brif aSWlgs ana surBinL
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The young meaol the e tj will
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We will take yonrmeAnrre; make you a handsome
suit, and if you are not satlstted wltn fit and Oooda
jou NIKtfNOTTAXB IT. r Three- hundred sam
ples to select from. A
Boots atifl U0es
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A BEADT1FIL L1lE OF
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Practical MtM-RanSjOf freWlOO lbs and upwards.
hifka crnp R Y R ATE p.
Kurteys, Ulo JKxarAlnatlons,( Beports, Sketches
and Mtpfl inat Amstrti&onsi of works
Tie W ItW Wliog Works.
COPf EK M4 r
COPPER MATTE AND ME BULLION
T 0tf AS ?INIiS, . , , i r ,MTALLUBai3T.
A. H. 1(IDNXT I...MUHHG lHflIHBB.
JOHN HOLUtiAY Pbof. CHMaarr.
point, wffl not eorroda ot rnst, and wUl be found
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RS Laden with FRSSH and tiTYLISH GOODS
In great variety, and we ak you to examine our
Goods and co are our prices, with the fall as
surance thai you will find the examination and
comparison to your pecuniary interest
The public fas already voted 8XIGLXS GOODS
tbe HANDSOMEST &hd fiXST SXLECTID In the
cfty. tvery Novelty of lie Season In TRIMMINGS
and in NKCK wkab.
All should come and see for themselves. WAR
MSB'S COHALINB COBSBT only 97 cents.
'i'. i.. teiiir.i- & c.
A NVep - Failing Core fbr Burns,
Scalds, Bruises, Chits, Sores, etc
After forty years of trial, Perry
Davis' Pain Killer stands unrivaled.
It is safe ! It acts immediately t It
never flails I
Editor of the St. John CS(. B.) Kews, says :
In flesh wounds, acnes, pains, sores, etc,
it is tbe most effectual remedy we know of.
No family should be without a bottle of It
. for a single hour.
From the Cincinnati Dispatch :
We have seen its magic effects, and Jtnow
it to be a good article.
From I. B. Potter, TJ. S. Consul at Crefeld,
After long years of use, I am satisfied It
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, Us.:
It gave me Immediate relief.
R. Lewis says:
In forty years' use it never has failed me.
W. W. Lum, Nicholvllle, N. Y., Bays :
I use your Pah Killkb frequently. It
relieve pain and soreness, and heaU wounds
; for scalds and barns it has no equal
PERKY DAVIS PAIN KTXLEB is not
a new untried remedy, for forty years
it has been in constant nse ; and tios who
have used it the longest are its best friends.
Its success is entirely because of its merit.
Since the Pain Killer was first introduced,
hundreds of new medicines have come and
gone, while to-day this medicine is more
extensively used and more highly valued
than ever before. Every family should have
a bottle ready for use. Moh pain and heavy
doctors bills may often be saved by prompt
amplication of tha Pain Killer. Tfiuikemoat
medicines, it iaperfectly safe even in the hands
of a otiild. Try it once thoroughly, and it
will prove its value. Tour druggist has it
at 25c,, 50o. and 81.00 per bottle. ;
PERRY BON, Prepif tOf,
. -- -- Provklftoo, RU
sept rtVw sept 4 oct.
. BLSSIi TO WOMANKIND.
Relieve all diseases of women pecu
liar to the appearance and cessation
of tbe menses, uterine disturbances,
torpidity of functions, with leuoor
rhoea, dlsraenorrhsea, and hysteria,
also la meUncholla 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 mail
on receipt of price. Dr. Clarke
Medicine Company, New York City.
TOR Scrofula or any lllood Disorder.
In either stage, whether primary,
nfcoondars or tertiary, are an Invalu
able remedy. They never fall to
cure when directions are followed.
Pride S2 60 per bos. me Dues 810
Sent by mall, prepaid, -on receipt of
price Aderess Dr Clarke Medtalne
company, new i oik city.
For weakness of the Kidneys and
bladder. A aaick and ompletB cure
kn4 to 8 days of all urinary aflee-
ons. smarting, rrequent or ouucuh
urination, mucuus discharges and
sediments In tbe urine from what
ever cause Induced, whether of re
cent or longstanding. One to three
boxes usually sufficient. : Price 82
Sir box. Three boxes far $5.
ailed free on receipt of price. Ad
dress Dr. Clarke Medicine Company,
New York City.
13 A BAEJOr. IN OIL.EAD
For all cases of Spermatorrhoea'
and lmpotency, as the result of self
abuse in youth, sexual excesses In
maturer years, or other causes,-and
productne some of the following
effects: Nervousness, seminal emist
'ions (night emissions by areams),
Dimness of Sight, DefeefHro. Mem
orfy Phlslcal decay, Pirnpiea on
Face, Aversion tosocletyof Females,
Confusion of Ideas. Loai of Sera U
Power, dxv rendering marriage im
ntomror nnhaDDV. irs anosltlve
nar in two to 8 weeks. One to six
(boxes usually sufficient- Price $1.50
per box. our ooxes aentoy
matL: prepaid, on receipt ot prioe.
Address Dr. Clarke Xedl&ojLCom-'
pany, NeW York City.
feb!9 d&w 18w
ST CHARLES HOTEL. !
rtitrra hoose has been leased for a term of ye
X br Mrs. Dr. ReevesT whose, IntenUon Ja, t
keeos strictry ffrst-cJass Muse la liy reepeet.
Cdmmodioui sample' rooms en nmana aeeo
vwraVleVApplyty w. B. GBinWxHV
martf lm eod At Brown A Weddiniton,-
The Western Iroa Aflaociation metRt
Pittsburg Wednesday. and after discus
sing me situation, unanimously decided
to reaffirm the card rate of $2:50. wI J.
Bev. Jesse Laroe, an ivansrelical mttlf
ister, of Allentown, Pa was arrested
Wednesday on the charge of criminally
assaulting Ida Miller,-aged 13 aears.
Laros is fifty' years of age and has a
family. - - . ; .
The Bev. Dr. Max mientttfO, 'rabbi
of Monnd Street Temple Hebrew con
gregauon, ymcmnati, died Wednes
day evening from the effects of a toara-
lyitic strokes received on the night of
Marcn a&. , ; . , , s
The Anstrians claim to have cleared
tbe northern part of Crivoscie of inaur-.
All the landlords of cOanties West-,
meath and Boscommon. Ireland, arts
now unaer police protection. m .
Resolutions warmly approving PreafeH
dene Arthurs veto of tne (Jihinesa bill
were. .. introduced in I the . Connecticut
legislature yesteraay morning and in
medlatelv Dassed in the' House. Tha
-Senate will undoubtedly concur.
The first regular passenger train on
the Danville, Mocksville and South'
western Railroad, now being, built by
Col. Sharp, of New York, left Danville;
Va, Wednesday. The southwestern
terminus at present is near Leakaville,
The will of the late George Barry
Wall, the young.lawyer- who was shot
and killed by his wife- at New Utrecht.
Long Island, a short time ago, was filed
yesterday Ith the surrogate of Ker
York. He gives all his property to hia
father, subject to the dowry right of
lus wife in the estate.
At- the ninety-second session of the
New York Methodist Episcopal Con
ference, bjBld at Sing Sing yesterday,
resolutions were adopted indorsing the
action of President Arthur in vetoing
the Chinese bill. Similar resolutions
were also adepted by the New York
East Conference of the M. E. Church,
at Waterbury, Conn.
Complete returns from the Chicago
municipal election show that the coun
cil will stand 19 Democrats, 14 Republi
cans, 2 socialists Rnd 1 Independent. On
tho north side all t he Democratic can
didates were elected; on the south side
the Republicans eleet the collector 'And '
clerk. The averaee Democratic majo
rity in the citv as a whole will be about
In the cases of the oyster dredeers re
cently convicted of violating the oyster
laws of Virginia, and sentenced to the ;
penitentiary. Gov. Cameron yesterdav
pardoned Capt. Geo. W. Johnston and
commuted the sentences of Capts. G.W.
Crockett, E. D. Chandler, S. J. Lucas,
W. C.Evans, E. O. Kellum and Wm.
Kellum, to confinement in Accomac
jail for 60 davs. All of the seamen but
one were fully pardoned. Wm. L.arkm.
the seaman not pardoned, escaped from
Matthews county jail, after setting it
on fire, but was recaptured.
Ground was broken Tuesday for the
branch on the Virginia Midland Rail
way from Orange Court House to Mea
dow Farm, the residence of Maj. Eras
mus Taylor, where rich iron ore has re
cently been found in large quantities.
The road will be AlA miles long, and the
work will be completed in about one
They are taking out some good sul
pburet ore from the Ward mine in Da
Mr. J. A Snyder has recieved a hoist
ing engine for the "New Discovery"
mine. It will be put to work soon
Thanks to Col. Cotton of Montgom
ery County, for specimen oi gold ore
from "Steel" and Wade" mines of that
county. Also for specimens of rose
quartz from his own place and a lot of
relics of the stone age, together with
some others not yet classified. -
Corn ad Hill Gold and Copper
mine, Davidson county. At this mine
they will start up the t went stamp mill
tnis week. They Have out three' or
four thousand tons of free milling ore
ore. They have erected Smelters for"
working this copper ore and will soon
put them in operation. The mine is
looking well and bids fair to be one of
the permanent ones of the State.
At the Winslow Gold mine near Ash
boro : The hew ten stamp mill has been
in operation for ten days under the man
agement of Capt. J. L. Yountz, and we
learn from that gentfqman that the re
sult of this first run was eighteen ozs. pf
gold. Thia mine and mill isopemtoin at
an expence not exceeding $50 per week.
The company own : 125 acres of land.
Mr. B. A. MeeKer is tne suprenteoeni
It is said that they have about 10Q tods
of ore. readv to mill. '
The new assay office at the Dimn'H
Mountain mine is fast growing to com
Dletion. It is a model little structure,
12x24 feet, divided into three compart- L
ments. The furnace room is nttea up
with a Hibbs furnace and all the neces
sary apparatus. There is besides a scale
room and a .general office, Mr. T. F. Wal
lace, who has much experience is to
preside in this department. '
Dutch Creek mine is again at work
owinsr to absence .of the management
during the last three weeks, a tempera-J
a w-l iLl - . fit
ry aeiay was causea. jsivyrytning wiu
be in working order by the last of this
week when the mill will start to work.
They have a big display nndergrotmd
in the way of S20 ore-and lotsjotit
A correspondent of the Watchman
says Montgomery county as a placerdis
trict bids fair to excel all counties in
the Atlantic States. On a recent trip
down, I saw several very fine nuggets
of free goto, varying from & to .57 dwts.
and a large amount of, very coarse .gold
recently token from one of the Jbrauch
beds by rocker washing. This county
is ih the dark as yet, but the influx of
capital is changing the situation rapid
ly. ' . " T i
It. is renorted from good authoritv
that the Bullion mine Is to resume tn-4
Orations under the management of cant- 4
italists, at a very early day It is rell 1
; M ... : V. MAAVkinw anil 'stiM.) T
with good management, come to. -the
front as a paying mine. ;
Mr. F. H. Williams, the owner of thi
Gold Knob mine is making some very
fine developments on the property. Duff
ing the last 10 days a force of 12 hands
have been driving an open cross cat in
the borihwest corner of the property
and liave cut a fine vein of sulphurets;
brown ore and qnt Wntalningn
siderable free goW. : This, at a depth of
only 8 feet from the mtptHto3 ej4
s ndtyet been fully explftrftOri
anirlt-h Tha ATS IS VRIT OT1UU JDOEin
alUriverU)3rteamv ,zmvnmM .a 4 J
Xhi&litUfi machinery irsbOTU 6
tons of ore per day, averaging about-$Q
per ton, of free milling ore.
K"Ait-i .ITfi' ..-T. ff i- -1.-1-1. i-wiu , ..... . l-.'i .i.. 41 I -
lrresdence wtlr, tk ,jpbriM)rfA(r
, ; lermsneM Coacerauif the: Operation f
f.'the femon Actlu-e Ajoeaas
Still nold as SuspectsSecretary Fre-
ratAnAaAHUt ttk-i Aii. ULZV ;L AJi
Senate a' report from the Secretary ;6f
umio cQittitviK vy ,HUQ lUiUflBUU ulcus vk
AmericM4sllI2ensi, -hi0 'Ireland. Aifte?
reciting theresohition ot the!Setoatie-bf
Marcn . .mxiraettng the iPresident lb
;inquire,wUther any-.citizens :-f the
United States are-held in t ronfiiwrient:
in' .Iiaiiiij, and wnat.fi te pa haveleen,
repxjrt longrel at the liestitloi!
practiqabiA , Mr. .;Telinghnyseaii pro.
w?Wym0Bi ln& act
of tbT5riliah Parliament, Af . if arrVs
ignisr Qfbjlcfcutha r wnfal.'fus
peetsl havf been arrted..fia ,tte first
seclartn,-ft 4iT enatwrthatanr person
;wnp, am ' Pw .uOKWew,' PT uWlOil XjO
Adencenant! wm reasonaDiv susn
of haylng;;at jHfly time since fiepte
iVbnVetvn Deea jgWWijV as principal o;
accessory, ot high treasons, treason. Xel-
onyior treasonable practice, wherever
committed, or or any crime punishable
by 1 law,! committed .at any time:tuice
beptember 30, 1880; in a prescribed; dis
trict being an act of violence or intimi.
dation, and; tending to interfere with or
disturb the maintenance of , law ; and
order, may be arrested in any part of
Ireland and legally detained during tbe
continuance of tqis apt in such prison
in Ireland as may from time to time bo
directed by the Lord-Lieutenant; with
out bail or main pris5 shall not be
tried or discharged1 by nny court wlthr
out the direction 01 tnei Lord-Lieuten
ant: and every such v warrant? shall, if or
the purpose of this actj be conclusive
evidence of all matters therejn contain'
ed, and of the' jurisdiction to issue1 and
execute1 such Avarrant. and of the legal
ity of the arrest and detention of the
tukiittriri i tnanf inn rA in stinh nyoMmnf I
vaovu LUvupiuiivvi ill Duvu nntiftuvt
kit. BLAriSTE'S INSTItrCTIOKS TP,'
On TnnoO Ififil f r Ulola lian
retary of State", Tristrupted Mr. LowteE
a3 follows: ; "Wtratever;trm Necessity
may be in the estimation of Her Majes
ty for ihet-xia.Uit.-eiaud wifoictmfnt; in
Irel.uid pf the. rxc ftioual legusiat) ve-
irit-a&ures lecviitiv tiiaciiu in tespect to
iliat i ti :try, tlu -govtininent cannot
vie unconcern theapylicationof
the summary proceedings attendant
upon th1 fxecution of these measutel to
naturalized ciUaeuaf tle United States
of Irian origin, wltose business relations
may rciiur ncessarytneir presence) in
Iiflaud, ui: any tdh.er uartof the United
Kindlon, or lae hiial iosliucU (jr
iiive fr kiuuml may liave prompt d
ih.-ni to revisit tlu-ir tiaLive countrj. it
A nikriii-.in t f i 7u itu tvliilu uil liit 1 1 ri t lull
jui iddiction, offeiiu iUaiiit British laws,
tins overnmeut will nut &t-k to shield
them from the legal consequences of
theiract but it TOOst- rastsr-upon the
ppiicakion iv meii vases oiiutose coiu-
moi) principles or criminal jurispru
dence wliich in the 'United States se
cure to f-vt-ry man who offends agaiest
us laws, whether he be an American
citizen or a foreign subject, those inci
dents to a criminal prosecution which
afford the best safeguard to personal
liberty and the strongest securities
against oppression under the forms of
law, which might otherwise be prac
ticed through excessive zeal.- That an
accused person shall, immediately upon
arrest, be informed of the specific crime
or offense upon which he is held, and
that be shall be offered an opportunity
for a Bpeedy trial brfore an i m parti aL
court, ana jury, are essential every
criminal proseeution, necessary alike; to
the protection 'of innocence and the as
certainment of guilt."
Mr. Lowell, in his reply, said : fit will
give me great pleasure to communicate
to Lord Granville thS views you have
so clearly and eloquently expressed asr
to the injustice of some of the features
of the so-called protection act, and es
pecially toits retroactive character.
But I would respectfully soggebt;
whether any steps would be gained
toward the speedy trial or release. of
Walsh by an argument against the law
itself under which he was apprehended
80 'long as Lord, Granville Jexpressly
4lecUnesto.jnakeaaivJ distiafitioa- be-
a. njii.i. z lj i 1 . : .
twetm xiritfisa auujecut aau .n.ioenca
citizens tn the application of this law! a
position which I presume may be justi
fied by grtjedent,luridetour diplomatic
history. " ' 1 - ' 4
It appears from Mr. Lowell's return,
that the following arrests and impj s
onments of persons claiming to be
American citizens were made aft ;f
January, 1881, namely r Mv;B.j Ffgiri
Michael Boy ton. Danfer'McSweer
Henry O'MahonevV James "F. Daly,
McEneryDehn'iSJ. O'Connor, Michael
Hart, JoseBbHp'iiB In tbe course of
tha cofrMcondece it appeared that
BoytbLwastnot an American citizeh,
andf ome doubt was thrown by the cop
ul at "Cork upon O'Mahoney's natural
ization. i ;
I vUBTHKBr jntOOTIA'riOWS j -j i .
OA tha 3dof Mareh last the Bectetaiy
the 4th of the same montJtLMr Lb wll
was instraeted i tflK inform the British:
govenimentith4 fw - President . hfoiea
ty of ie; eoW aist-W cf UieVf txfl The
Uriited Stakafthat th Ixrrd Ltedten
aht would be instructed to exercise the
discretionary powers reposed in him by
the first section so far as" to order
speedy trials of all imprisoned Ameri
can Cititesa: 3 Oil the f ettf jot, 4he same
month MrvLo weu wi agab fastructed
to call attention to this subject, and to
say that the President did not wisbtO
appwrtinreasonablel t?trt would be re--lievtd
if be couldihfcTm;Congress ths&
his request for speedy trials of Ameri
cans had beet) compliedwith, ; ? On llie
2mt ;March !Mr, Iwelllwas aifch
instructed to say that the President
hoped Her Majesty's government would
Mr. Frelinghuysen says, In concld
sion, that the negotiations, which are
tnaiw iBTrisHWaaa iJaera
Ml thS .'.if.'lrl7 iiniisjt essi mi jfii .TrT- K ) I A
instructed Mr. ix)weu w use
inee WrfgaH to the late case,
rvKot Hart and MeSweenv. On
UV SMVSUVWafP I VfVllJ
ager. poweE!4 purchase a ) plat; of
ground for the purposes of thef Exj
change, at a cost not to exceed $8O0,00GL
and the proceeds applied toward the
drawer Prsn interest fjihasa A
standing offer of v130,O0CPf or ttl pres
l Treeu Teatr Xeetki
cause yea have not used 80Z0D0NT. When
properly fixed, then rob on tne SOZODONT, and
keep them an right tot tune to come
QUEEN OF SHEBAIS BEAljTY
n ffht renowned Queen of atebs, with all
:pemp. magjilfloent apparet . and bclLuantii
wouia never nave appeared within tin prese
Also possessed ittat whlea Jtla the'
glory of the female peraon-a akla antebaBi
iorJtS Oriental softness and its almost
dental parity.; Cteopa hokung
Jba and runn emplws ! by her word, had
lest tor harm and power by one attack of bl
or of pimples, or of horrkltan and frecbleV j
WOMAN BULKS THJt WOKXXki
by her beaotynot less thsa1y ler porky of fcharr
aeter; ioveunereT' rngpoaiuon and unBeidshue-
yoaon. Indeiedi in taeeimatlon Of pfnads4ob
nor men neauw u aoooy isjreKpreeMMaoH over
every other conflderatiooi' 'Beautr thai -forms &&
infpottanti parti of weroaiA rlunf 'capital."
without which too many, (If not bankrupts la What
relates to 'lofiaenos wKhln the drele -where fthey
aove, are powiriess lor great good.' ' Henos-we
see not only the ' propriety -but the duty of every
lady preserving 'with feealo. etoe Oat which to
"her la essential to suopess, and lnfluenCe. atKl use-
fulnessmvllfe.- And.-slriee eauty U but skin
deep, fhe utmost carer and Tlgftkoee' aye riequlnd
to guard It against the many '11 lis that ''fteih is heir
to.unAmohi therlreat' aha 'atmbilng demies of
or ifraiB six, '
as well as of comfort; 'happiness and bealthj are
those pesUfeiansaad bocnd-akln disease tetters,
hnmOM. (V7Am Cult .rhnin rniiirh onrl anal
erupufis, ulcers, plmples.'and an diseases of the
hair and scalp ' For ths care of all these, Dr. C
W. Benson, of Baltimore, after years of patient
study and investlgatlen devoted to diseases of the
skln.atlast brought torth his celebrated &X.IN.
CUKS, which has already by Its marvelous eureX
established itself as tbs great remedy for all dis
eases: Of the svth, whatever be their naiffes or
character. 1 Its success n ts been immense and W
pwailelM. All Uruggists have It, It Is efegkiit r
put up, two boUles in one-puefcage. Interna! xnd
external treatment. Price J&I.OO.
KVBRY ONE PHA1SBS.
Sick, headache, nervous hendache, neural c la,
nervousness, parHlyls, d;pepsla, sleeplessness
arid brain dlsea-es. positively cured by Dr C. W.
Benson's Celery an.i Cliamoiidle PI'.Is They con
tain no opium, qii nlne r other harmful ilrug.
SolUbyalldrncrKiMii. Price 5()c per box. $1 for
two, 92. ao for six. posmg free. Dr. C w. Ben
son, halilmcre M.i C. N. i iuttenton. N-w Yoik.
1s ho.es.iltj a g'-n: tor Dr C. W. iJenson'.i 'eme
MRSVLYuli E. FIHPAM, oTLmwSC
LYDIA E. PINICH AIW'S
VEGETABLE . COMPOUND,
. Is a PoslHTe Care .'
foftll4koM Pallil Ooaplalits WuklMtH
. BJBa lwr Sen fenale frIstlB.
' MwHt evni entirely th vent form of TuosA Oom .
pbiat'jlnvariali trotiblM, Iaflkamatton and Uloer
Ho IUUdk and DlplwxiiDnt, ud the onaiMt
Sptnal WttaH al la parUcolocty mit-pHa to tk.'
Cbag,f I4Te. - i ;
It will dluolre and expel tumore from the nterntn;
aa early stage of dereloproent. Tbe tendency to Can
cerons humors there U checked very speedily by It ne.;
It tmm fjdn&ieM, flatulencr, dasiroT nil eraTirfe; .
for ataaolaate, and reveres wv&koen ot & stetnaok. '
U urea floating-, ;eadtM, Kerro Freetrattoa,
Seneral Debility, Sleepleaaneea, Sepreeaton and Indt
That TeeHng-of MarlflgdOwu, emstng pain, weight
and backache, la always gymanantlr cured bylts uie. ,
It wOl at all times and" tinder all circumstances act ltt '
karmcoy wUh tha l-vrskt sorera the femato system. -r.
JSf h trfo( nejieypensplaiats 4( miec aex ttdi .
CewpoimdJannsHraMsed. . . I
IXBIX H. rrjfSCSAXPS TEGETABtK COJfr r
PptTJTDlJ prepared at SB and1 S3S. Westeni -ATsnnej, .
tafe&jltass, 'IVieelil. 8U bottles f or fS. SeatbymaO
laiaien&.f fllSa also ln th fonn of long,loi
recerpajor prtce, ri.pi:be forith. MmPiaktoia.'
iraptirsHlevtrs efnyus7. , Send foj" panf)l
and torpkUtr of iim liw.. ooi per box. .,
5r Saddy aH ttruggUti: H&k
saost diseases are oaosed by disordered Kkmey and
Itvea.; If. Uwrefoie, thS LKMnays an Livers a
kept tn perfect order, perlecteaUn will be taetri-
suil. xnis (ruin nas omy Deen aoown a snort urns
and for rears people aerea great agony wi noi
being able to nod relief.. The discovery of W
neiJaate.idarttbd XI vsrrCUr marks a
era In .the treatment of. these troubles, . Mad
ffOtoasimnletropJeah leaf :oT raw varoe.it
tains tast the elements neeessary noorJan
vunraie ooin oi 'LoeMMreaioiiraua. aaa. we:
inanmoRier. a rvioii i t .
1 the diseases flaeaese iwunSla
tbe lower nart of tna , kodr-H-foifl T oroide IJvr-(-
jgue-Maianal yerver; and airdfflJcutties ot.the
Kidneys; lerandUrlBaroris.- '
I if Ivan excellent and, 8Je remed f6r tansies
during Pregnancy. It wilt, control Henstroauoa
and la invaluable for Leuoorrhcea or Van lug Of the
us 01 an
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VSL A. W. aLXXAKDSB.
DR. 0. UlHUa&WttfVt.
aa xnait us;
Uy I isift eiliiyi
cn 9 F-..iw iiiw 1 . .951 . i:nt p-
irom oa.rn.too p. m..
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-'iBmmwd wm mm i nrw stvi n i i atrot nirc i
iganir mat jfantnebirjos: '
xnis Remedy, whkm Das oBsvBeh
r put up to the LAB433BrrI?XIXBOTT
hand ail dealers at 1 Sx3rtoottli3
I esauu-e for WABNKBS SAKKt DIABJKX
U I. :
28A8AHBAHNHARDT" KIDS, at
WISZ HOOK LOCK KIDS, at
A Job Lot-of KIDtt. at
polBLACK BUNTING, at
2Kc and 85c
12c and lfo
An KicelkJDt Quality of 4-4 BLEACHING, at loo
It will pay yoa to
Dress Goods, Watered Silks, Cretonnes,
LACE CTTRT.HS, OLOTS1NO, CEIVT8 STRAW and.TIFF4IIATS;
and lb fact you will save money by examining our stock before purchasiag.
EVITTS" LADIES' SHOES,
"TURNER'S" GENTS' SHOES.
Eight of the Leading Make
OF THE WORLD.
One Hundred Instrnmpnts in
l U IW TT
P.ilul 11Z3I1 IWllir
PLENTY OF MOKEY ON OUR LKFT,
PLEIVTY TO E4X OH OTJK Itlr,
AND A SOLID MUSICAL CENTRE.
. ' .' f
We Don'f Put Ten Dollar Gold Pieces on Every Stop
; OF OUR ORGANS,
.. .. a 7
IVeithero We Jhrow in a House Lot or a Railroad,
H. McSMITH, Charlotte, N. C.
f?OB our stock is now complete.
We call esrjctal
. in uuituwn tiuuba
We are inattSed in
t Hence and standing of our House, is a full guarantee
THB MOST RELUBLX BOLD In thU Marktt. We inkeFflrt-taire
fSfL,1.0. I?D5u absolute BOTTOM PRICES. We do not buy Job
!k r",r? J!? 2' b9t invariably offer the public such CLOTHIWQ and
S? on. Iltf ,7!?.l,Sfhl5rllU)F Q? 1 Northern cities. We had the choice of
?2,cl"L0.8tbr early in the Market, oj which privilege the Late Puiohaer to debarred.
SJtni aln racl ren'. OlotHing; is a, fine as
H ATS, ALL
:1 j ,
- -The Latest Out, in the
BO JslhO 13 K
'A t ui at iffit'-j a -1.
aT.'"Oariiseme made to Order on.
TrilOBatHYKB JOB OaPA&TlttyT
Has been thotouthly supplied wtta every needed'
aannerof. jQp ;ptmtrn can now be done with
nnetnestt dispatch and cheapness. We ean fur.
man at abort nottoe,. ...
BlUNXB, BnX-HXADS, .
TAGS, EECXTPTS, FOSTXBS,
PAMPHUra, OBCDIAES; CTKIB, &6.
BUNTING LINING, all colors, at 1 Ra
The Best CORSET ever effered. at li.'oo
Our Stock of PARASOLS Is lam and hAnrirnmV
examlnemr stock of
Front Forward to the Sear,
McSmith Mnsic House,
I Mi lbutlng Depot for the Carollnas'-
CHICK EE ING,
KRAN1CK Sc BACH",
Sonthern Gem Pianos.
Stock, n"' i'f: ,.. I
But We Beat That all to Pieees,
tS CALL AND SIS MB.
Guarantee 10 per cent on all Moneys Invested.
ty For Parslculars call on or write to
attAnHnn In Ih a iuvmTa uivnvimnDTn
that "otTtfi TrnrrTnTra.
Terr Latest Shades h 8llka
- ST PTerB4weetfoiiyr-
Berwanger & Bro.