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g SUNDAY. APRIL 9. 1882.
Index t New Advertisements.
4 I H 1 1' ;
wKkowW 4 B iroehHBpeelal f tU Week.
HwravS Wllbelm Kor " lntSt of our
Brown Stockholders' Meeting
i' ti Howell-CabbagiJ, Ac
Wilton A Burwell-tucelved to-day.
Premature Iaum of IIlr
if at be entirely prevented by the use of BUB-Zvr-fa
coCOaINK. No other compound pos
mums the peculiar properties which so exactly
Intuhe various conditions of tl.0 uuuian hale It
Snftens the hair when harsh and dry. It soothes
?h irritated scalp It affords the richest lustre. It
Invents the hair from falling off. It promotes Us
kwthy, vigorous growth, it Is not greasy nor
UcW It leaw n0 disagreeable odor. It kills
dandruff vi.Atna V-rtraMa atttlrnnom t tu thn
Mothers! Mothers II Mothers,!!!
i re tou disturbed at nigntana Drokenor your
?t hv a sick child suffering and crying with the
-ruclatlng pain of cutting teeth ? If so. ko at
nn and get a bottle of MRS. WINSLOW'S
SmtHINO SYRUP. It will relieve the poor little
Jnffprer lmraedlateljfcrdepend upon It : there is no
mistake about It T0sre Is not a mother on earth
Ehn has ever used It, who will not tell you at once
ihar it will regulate the bowels, and give rest to the
mother and relief and health to the child, operat
ing nice magic It Is perfectly safe to use In all
M.ses and pleasant to the taste, and Is the pre
?riDt'lon of one of the oldest and best physicians
and nurses in the uniiea estates, aoia everywnere.
25 cents a bottle.
THE CHURCHES TO-DAY.
Young Mbn's Christian association. Devo
tional exercises In the afternoon at 5 o'clock.
8t Peter's Catholic Church. Services in tha
moraine at lOtta o'clock, and In the afternoon
it a o'clock, by Rev. L. P. O'ConneU.
second Presbyterian Church. Services fm
the morning at 1 1 o'clock, and la the evening at 7
o'clock, by Bev. N. M. Woods, pastor. Sunday
School at 4 o'clock.
Baptist Church Services In the morning at
1 1 o'clock, and In the evening at 7V& o'clock, by
the Bev. O. F. Gregory, pastor. Sunday school at
liiA o'clock a. m.
Lcthkitxn Church Services In the morning
at 11 o'clock, and in tne evening at 74 o'clock,
hr Rev. T. H Strohecker, pastor. Sunday School
at ho clock p. m. Communion services wlli be
held immediately after the 11 o'clock sermon.
associate Reformed Presbyterian Chapel.
Rprvices In the morning at 1 1 o'clock, and In the
venine at 7, by Kev. W. T. Wailer, pastor. Sun
day school at 1 0 o'.clock.
St. Pktkr' Episcopal Church. Services In
the morning at 1 1 o'clock, and In the evening at
7u o'clock, by Bev. J. B. Cheshire, Bector. The
children's Easter exercises will take place at SVi
o'clock jn the afternoon.
Calvabt Mission Church (Methodist.) Ser
vices in the morning at 1 1 o'clock, and In the
evening at 7 to by the pastor, Bev. J. W. Wheeler.
HuudHT school at 9 a. m. Class Meeting at
4 p. m.
First Presbyterian Church. Services In the
morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7
liy Kev. Dr. A. V. Miller, pastor Sunday school
ut 3V2 o'clock, irayer meeting Wednesday even
ing tu 7 e'cleck.
Thyos Street (M. E.) Church. Services In the
morning at 11 o'clock and In the evening at 7Mi
o'clock, by Bev. J. T. Bagwell, pastor. Sunday
school at SVi o'clock. Prayer meeting at 7
Colored Presbyterian Church. Services In
the afternoon at 8 o'clock and In the evening at
714 by Bev. Mr. Wyche, pastor. Sunday school at
1 1 o'clock a m.
This powder never varies. . A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economies
than the ordinary Kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, a urn or phosphate powders. Sold only In
Cans. ttUXAL BAKLNli POWDISB UU.,
ov23 New York.
LeBoy Davidson. Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
WE AREINQW OPENING OUR NEW
Spring and Sinner Styles
m tt -r- TTiTTiTkTT
iVI I I A I 1 I l Pj rt I
Including all the latest novelties
lu the MLlNaaV LINK.
In all the new styles, colors and qualities.
Also, all the new Rtrlfls and Qualities of L1CE3,
embracing Whitn ttnnris. Neck Wear. Hosiery
moves. Parasols. c. the LAKGUST and MOST
l OMELET K dTOCK IN THE CITY.
Our Pattern Hals and -Bonnets
Oa, Uoaday, March 27tb,
Whjn we will he oleaaed to show
the Ladles the
(,UiHDK8f DISPLAY OF if INK
the; have ever seen In this city.
Mrs. P. Query.
Ta4i VA If; Afil Wat or f f
liatlYC MlQerai VI ftlCr S J
Dyspepsia, radiges&n, Torpid liver.
Chlorite Liarrhffia and DrsenterT. Skin Diseases,
Scrofula, Ctuonle Pneumonia, etc.
HUB powerful Xltefattrs- Tople and U'ANXI
MALAltUL-in its efieoU. Bead eerurj
eminent phtslelans in oqr pamphlets.
M A HTIFICIAli OASES OB SALTS.
Bottltd In Ms Mtnial' state,
'direct from the.
4 .i i.
For BaleTwbolenle and retail, by. Dr. J. H. Mo-
Spilngs, wbtuB are beauUtollr kwated InjBock
bridge county, Va., and are open for tne reception
ot visitors from June 1st to October , 1st. eaeb
EFive dogs killed on the street
&The city clock is again in runnirJt
"Butter is selling in the market at
W Yesterday was the busiest day of
t3TWe saw a nice string of cat-ash
sold yesterday for 25 cents.
tQTThe new awning in front of the
Central Hotel is quite an improvement.
- B5F"Mr. I. II. McGuin has added a great
deal to the appearance of his residence
on Church street by painting the roof a
dark slate color.
VTM.r. G. W. Caldwell brought to
this office yesterday the largest bunch
of lettuce we have seen this season.
It measured l& inches in diameter.
ISPThe first annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Mutual Building
and Loan Association of Charlotte, will
be held at the Mayor's office next Tues
day evening. See advertisement.
tWEvery member of the Guonod
Club is requested to be present at their
next meeting to be held at Mrs. Dew
e '.-4, on Monday evening next, as busi
ness of importance will come before the
club on that occasion.
W A correspondent writes to say
"your efforts to build up manufactur
ing interests are beginning to tell.
Keep them up." Just 60. We are going
to "light it out on that line if it takes all
There are occasional complaints
of "sanded cotton." We propose a
remedy : Let the mills come South
where the manufacturers and the rais
ers will be citizens of the same com
munity. tW rfeivices and a Sunday school for
colored people will shortlv be com
menced in connection with the Episco
pal church. A plot of land with a
house has already been obtained for
EThe subject of the text for the 11
o'clock sermon this morning at the
Tryon-Street Methodist church will be,
"The Scripture idea of life and death."
Text: Itom. tJ: 23. At 8 o'clock p. m.
the subject will be, "The condition of
discipleship." Text: Mat. 16: 24.
W Hand-bills were distributed
freely on the streets of the city
yesterday announcing the fact that
500 hands were wanted on the North
Eastern Railroad in Georgia.? If that
many laborers should go out of the
county, wouldn't it have a bad effect on
the cotton raising labor?
VWA. young gentleman and two
young ladies of the city took a fifteen
mile ride one evening last week, which
all parties enjoyed though the man
complained of being very much fatigued
The young ladies on meeting him the
next day found that he was clean
shaved and at once came to the conclu
sion that he was too weak from the ef
fects of the ride to support a mustache.
"A rare opportunity is now offered
to visit Cincinnati, Ohio, and Louisville,
Ky., during the races and musical festi
val the 12th of May. Round trip tick
ets can be obtained from this point to
either place for $21.00. Coaches will
be run from Richmond to Covington,
Ky., (opposite Cincinnati) without
change, and from Richmond to Louis
ville without change. Tickets are good
until May 2Sth.
E. K. F. Oiborne, who has been rus
ticating in the mountains tor some
weeks past, hag returned to the city.
-R. M. Miller returned yesterday
from the northern markets.
-Dr. I. W. Faison and wife, of Foul-
ton, N. C., are visiting relatives in this
At Yadkin College.
We have been informed that Rev. E.
J. Drinkard, D. D. LL: D., of Baltimore,
will preach the annual sermon, and
Hon. J. M. Leach, of Lexington, N. C,
will deliver the address before the
Literary Societies on the occasion of
the annual commencement of Yadkin
College, May 93th, proximo.
Accepted W ith Thanks.
The Observer is indebted for a com
plimentary pass over the Atchison, To-
Deka and Santa Jb e ranroaa irom jvan-
sas City to Las Vegas, Hot Springs and
return, in uruei tiitiu wo moj ua yicDuu
at the opening of the new hotel "Mon
tezuma." The trip would no doubt be
a delightful one, but how in the thun
der The Observer is to get to Kansas
City is what bothers us.
Hotel Arrivals Yesterday,
Central Hotel. J W Coleman,
Ridgeway;W J Witherspoon, David-
son College; W T R Bell.-King's Moun
tain ; J N Gammon, Durham ; J F Iver-
son. Columbus. Ga.; C L Davis, w M
Dill, J D Clifton, W J Sherry, W N
Compton, Chas Willard, A C Stanly, II
C Wells, A L Hager, Miss Jes.sie .Loane
Miss Dojlie Thornton, Miss Fannie Du-
Coran', New York; J W Mills, Wades
boro; Thos May, W P Covington, B8
Church, J D Leak, T McDonough, J T
Alderman, N C.
rhTAWT.rvrTE Hotel J SLeak, C C
Rv: L D Landrum, Ward's, S C; J W
Creech, J N Little, J A Young, R&D
R R: C T Stewart, F R Sargent, wasn-
ington, D C; Geo W Carr, KMS; it. a
Leizhton. New Haven, Conn; Mr anu
Mrs H I Rankin, Wilmington C A
Caldwell, concoru, a kj, a a.
county ; J M Parks, Steel Creek, NC;
naldwell. Concord. N C: S H union,
W J Stewart, J D Withers, Port Mill,
S C: W B Councill, Jr,T Li uouncm.
Boone. N C; A R Braden, NEBo; Jr
W Wooley Stanley county; Spencer
Hhaolin. Davie county ; G S R McCau-
av w a Maxwell. Matthews', N C; O
H. Taylor, Lenoir, K V.
vj I " '
iin? and unrlnarr Diseases, i. 'vrugnma. w
Sol HrScAdVn, Sotte, w. c.
wltl eertalnly and laatiogly cnre"joo,
only tblng tnai vu
"BOUGH OX BITS."
clear out rats, mice, roaches, fllee.
bngs, skunks, chipmunks, gopnero.
Nifkt School. .TV;-.'
In connection with the episcopal
church, the Eev. J. B. Cheshire proposes
to Open a night school tot young men.
This is an opportunity "which many
will doubtless gladly avail themselves
of, who have not had early advantages.
The school will be held in the building
used as an industrial school, near the
parsonage. Mr. Cheshire intends to de
vote two evenings weekly to this school,
and to commence the good work this
week. He hopes to have capable as
sistance from young men who are wil
ling to help in such a useful undertak
ing. List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in the postof
flce at Charlotte, April 8f 1882 :
Nannie Alexander, Laura Alley ,Miss
M, Bonner, Manda Boyd, Alf Barbara,
Frank Baker, Mrs. Rissey Carson, Hall
Caldwell, L. H. Cutler, A. W. Cannon,
Samuel Cooper, Margaret Davis, Mrs.
J. D. Davidson, Barbery Dunn, Geo. W.
Enos, Wm. Ella, Richard Hoover, B. F.
Holm, Laura Jackson, (2) A. H. Kidney,
M. E., Mrs. Mollie Lawson, Jas. L. Mor
ris, (3) Ferdinand McDonald, Miss Ver
der McCross, Miss Hattie Orr, John
Phillips, John Person, Miss H. C. Phil
lips, A. H. Parsons, (2) Jas. H. Radcliff,
Wm. Smith, Laura Stywall, Elizabeth
Smith, Miss D. S. Sturgeon, David Stin
son, Mattie Thompson, Mattie Ury,
When calling for any of the above
please say "advertised."
W. W. Jenkins, P. M.
Alvin Joslin at the Opera House.
A highly appreciative audience greet
ed the Alvin Joslin company at the
opera house last night. The play de
picts the adventures .of uncle "Alvin
Joslin," a New England farmer, in New
York, he having visited that city in re
sponse to the invitation of his nephew,
who promises to show him the sights.
Uncle Joslin, however, seems to be
pretty well able to find out sights on
his own account; and in his peregrina
tions gets into a number of risky situa
tions out of which he extricates him
self in a comical manner, by dint of his
shrewd wit and never-failing pluck.
Mr. Chas. L. Davis, the author of the
play .sustained the part of the old farm
er in a very lively manner, and met
with frequent applause. The rest of
the companysustained their parts fairly
The Municipal Election in Salisbury.
A correspondent writes from Salis
bury to suggest a municipal ticket to
be voted for at the coming election, and
The Observer takes pleasure in adopt
ing the suggestion. More copies of this
paper are read in Salisbury than any
other daily paper, and we rather like
the idea of being regarded as the me
dium of communication between the
people over there. The following tick
et is suggested :
M. L. Holmes.
North WardD. R. Julian and B. H.
East Ward John S. Henderson and
South Ward John Allen Brown and
West Ward Andrew Murphy and
W. H. Overman.
It is understood that this ticket is
placed in the field, and will be subject
to the ratification of a convention, to be
called the latter part of the week.
Easter and the Churches.
Easter services will be held at the
Episcopal church to-day at 11 in the
morning and 3 in the afternoon. The
annual meeting for the election of ves
trymen will be held on Monday even
ing at 5 o'clock. There will be services
on Monday morning at 9 and in the
evening at 5 ; and on Tuesday at 9 in the
morning. A picnic in connection with
the Sunday school takes place on Tues
day. The ehurqh is prettily decorated
At the Lutheran church services will
be held at the usual hours, and the com
munion administered. The Rev. T. H.
Strohecker, the new pastor, will offici
ate. The church is most beautifully dec
orated with cut-flowers, leaves and
plants. Over the arch of the chancel
is a motto, the letters of which are
neatly worked with cedar leaves. Be
neath this is a mass of foliage, amongst
which shines out a cross composed of
gas jets, the effect of which is very fine.
Appropriate music will be rendered by
At St Peter's Catholic church, ser
vices will be held in the morning at
half-past seven, and eleven, and vespers
at half-past three in the afternoon. This
church? is also
richly decorated with
The Political Situatioa.
To the Editor of The Observer.
The time is drawing near wnen an
the offices, with a few exceptions, both
State and caunty. are to be filled, to
represent or misrepresent the people,
and candidates for tne nonor (ana tne
fried chicken) will soon begin to love
the dear people. Jc nas Deen suggesiea
by some of the voters that the question
of whiskev. or that of prohibition or no
prohibition, IS to piay an unpuruuib part
in the coming canvass politically, but
why that - shouia be so l ao noc unaer-
ThA lata session oi our state L.eeisia-
tnre was flooded with petitions from all
parts of the State witnout regard to
ranft or. color, and from all shades of
political sentiment for a law restricting
r no lnniscnmmaiB Buie ui iunuuvauuc
liquors, which law that body had the
power dt a aeciueu uiojuiitv, wiwiuuw
regard to patty affiliation to have pass-
ed absolutely. But in its Wisdom, and
ln fairness to the supposed opposi-
it called an election ythe people
1U Oil J.uw . -rr -- -rr--,-
ii fsimui rn ma nrmnnfwui ouimihi-
t.hnt t.hAv micrht decide the question.-
"""" J . " . . . . . 1
What else could me AjeKiii.urw uvo
a mnrA f air tnan mat r itsaiuw
uvuv . 7 .
fAn a mainritv muse ruie wucu
known. That is Republicanism and
that is Democracy, xc you wauw yxu
hiktflnn aav an. and if not. say so : and
that is the end of it. The result was a
large majority against prohibition, and
probably sufficiently large, if ail should
stick, to make up a toieiamy resta-
i uio utuu ynivj, -----... .
elected to the Legislature, will beob-
i WtraA tif do that same Uung woeu peu-
I tinW h. t.hfl - TkAODlCL Cftll BIoCUOM tO
will of the people expresaeu inruugu
their representatives by petition or
oft,nrnia sViaii nnt, be resDectea or con-
sidered; and he who arrogates to him-1
i . ai, 1 1 a
self the right vo aisregatu mo vm vi
the people and-throws himself back on
his own personal dignity, will find,
when it is eternally too late for him,
that his platform is too small.
No voter, whether Democrat or Re
publican has, or should have, any apol
ogies to make for the way he voted at
the last election if a freeman, and why
should his vote then qualify or disquali
fy him for office in the futoifc
The writer of this was not a member
of the last Legislature, and does not
therefore undertake to apologize for
any blunders it may have made, nor
take any. credit for the good deeds
which it did, but it is difficult to see
what else it could have done in justice
to the people on the whiskey question
than leave it to them to determine.
Members of Congress and of the State
Legislatures are expected, so far as they
can, to carry out the will of their con
stituents when known, but questions
often arise upon which they are not
advised, and there is no better way to
ascertain than to leave it to them by a
Notwithstanding all the fuss and
feathers it is to be hoped that faithful
and intelligent men will be selected by
the different conventions as candidates
to fill the offices, especially in Mecklen
burg county, whom all the electors will
cheerfully support without regard to
his vote on prohibition, when no doubt
he voted his honest convictions.
I am, &c, yours,
Long Creek, April 3d, 1882.
If yon can't "Bear" a cough, ' Bull" it with Dr.
Bull's eough syrup.
At Cowan's Ford, on the 22d of March, by Bev.
D. G. Caldwell, Mr. W. a. Alexander, and Miss
Lizzie McAuley, attended by Mr. James Goodman
and Miss Lite Alexander.
THE first annual meeting of the shareholders of
the Mutual Bonding & Loan Association will
be held at the Mayor's Court Boom, Tuesday 11th
Inst., at 8 o'clock: p. m. J. L. BKOWN.
A. G. Bksnizeb, President
Sec y 3c Treas.
S. M. HOWELL.
TtKEPAKED at all hours dar or nt?ht. at reason-
JL bie prices, of the best materials and bj com-1
petent pnarmacisis, at
WILSON ft BUHW JILL'S
apr9 Drug btore, Trade street
BRANDIES and Whiskeys for Medical use, guar
anteed of the best quality and reasonable in
price. WILSON ft BURWSLL,
FIVK Barrels Raw Linseed Oil. 5 barrels Boiled
Linseed Oil, 5,000 pounds Pure White Lead,
5 barrels Machine OIL
WILSON ft BUBWKLL,
apr9 Trade Street.
CHOCOLATE, Nelson's Gelatine, Mustard
KJ Spices of all kinds. Fresn antral at
WILSON ft BUBWKLL'S
RECEIVED TO-DAY A NEW 8TJPPLY OF
BLACK and GREEN TEAS,
for the retaU trade.
R. H. JORDAN & CO.,
Quarts, Pints and Half Pints, refreshing and last
lng. For sale by
R. H. JORDAN & CO.,
BAY BUM. In Quarts, Plots and Half Pints.
Colgates Violet and Florida Water.
R. H. JORDAN & CO.
ELECTRIC HAIR and FLESH BKUSBJB.
R. H. JORDAN & CO.,
BT8UNF LOWER SEED, for sale byet
R. H. JORDAN & CO.
For the Retail Trade, Just Received, by
R. H. JORDAN & CO.
A FINE STOCK
PAINT and WHITE WASH BRUSHES. All colon
PAINTS In small cans.
R H. JORDAN & CO.,
i 'jaiiu si ii
HOW TO TELL
GENUINE SiniaONS LIVER BEGD-
LATOBt OR MEDICINE.
T-nntr tnr ftlAAn neat WHITE WBAPPXB wltb.
the red symbolic letter stamped upon It in tne
form of a ribbon gracefully curved into tbe letter
t .mhnntiw ttw pmbifim of our trade. SDatuta.
Mortar and uraouaie wi u uie w.
MONS LIVER REGULATOR or tKiHOin a idotb
on, also observe the signature of J. H. Z EI LIN &
go., in rea ins on uw . . . .
Beware of those wbi know nothing of Medical
Compounds who put au -wstrums known to sour.
aZ1ttZ Ton tSS
d reputation t ZeUln Go's, medicine these
i thumb fijiva no ibduuhuiu mi bubuuu auu nu
-VTTT' . i nnova tmn MT thflT am.
Sm Who Endlonet) the Genalae.
Hon. Alex. H. Stephens,
Rt Rot. Jno, W. Beekwith, Bishop of Ga.,
Oen. Jno. B. Gordon, U. 8. Senator,
Bt Rer. Bishop Pierce,
Hon. Jno. GlUBborter,
J. Edgar Thompson,
Hon. 3, C. Breckinridge,
Vm TWurlrf Willis. D. D.
. . natiM nira.ni wuner. of Ga.
iMia Wonder. Aaalatant P. M. P&ila., Fa.,
and thousands of otbers from boia we have let
ten of commendation and reoommendaaon.
if i. .miniHitii vuniv Hedeebe: and bj be
tas' keot ready for immediate resort will save
"6 . " . . m-tn.w mnA Mama m 111
I t . 1- Tl 1:1.
ur. mm uw Regulator,
vAHirr AcnnnD oklt bt
J. IL E1LW COm
Sold by aH Bespeetable Druggists.
HAVE JUST OPENED
A LARGE LINE
Worsted Frocks and Vests.
WILL BE COMPLETE,
WE WILL PRESENT
IREAT CARE HAS BEEN GIVEN
TO OUB PRODlJCTlONS
Oar fine Goods bare all been
MADE m ORDER
and we will display some very
IN THE LATEST and HOST CORBECT STtLXa
ID. Lia tin,
Spring Cass. Suits,
I f Ml
EOE THIS WEEK.
Of Every Description, Including
THE NEWEST IMPORTATIONS.
REDUCED IN PRICE:
Our Handsome Light and Dark Printed Nainsooks
Oo QOWH TO 37o
100 PIECES LINEN LAWNS
SOLID BI Ae, SOLID WHITE, WHITE
BL iCK GROUND with WHITE
with Figure In all Colors. Tlicy are
OP EVERY FABRIC, AND
ILL I T
LADIES' NECK W EAR,
WITTKOWSKY & BARUCH.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Central Hotel Building.
Oar stock consists of a well selected assortment of
goods kept ln tbe BOOK BUSINESS.
Miscellaneous , and School Books,
Sunday School Books and Bibles
Of all grades, pocket and family, Photograph and
Autograph AiDams. nne ana cneap aox faper,
Pocket Books, Work Boxes, Ink and Ink Stands,
Writ ne Paper and Envelopes, Paper Weights,
Blocs uames, Scrap Books, Tablets. Velvet and
Cheap Frames, crayons, Slates. Penholders, Slate
and Lead fenclls. Black Board Robbers, Blank
n.nd Pass Books, Blotting Paper, Bristol Board,
:ard Board. Copy Books, Gum Rubber arid Rub
tier Ban is.Hubber Penholders.a large stock of Gold
Pens always on band, composition Books, &c ,
Also the largest assortment ot wan taper ana
Window Shades of every description, Picture
Nails, wire and Wrsted Picture Cords, Chromos,
Dining Room Pictures, all of which are sold at ex
Subscriptions taken for all tbe Dally and Weekly
Papers: Magazines a specialty. Also agent for
Butterlck Patterns Wrapping, News and Paper
Bags always on band.
REnEJIBEB THE PLACE.
TIDDY & BROTHER.
Telephones ! Telephones !
THE SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
American BeD Telephone Company
for snppljlng Telephones ln the States of Virginia,
West Virginia, (town oi me u. a w. bl. a.. nana
Carolina, South Carolina, Floilaa and Alabama.
Constructed, eonlpped wltb Telephones and rented
VST For particulars address
SOUTHERN BULL TELEPHONE
and TELEGRAPH COMPANY,
f ebl 1 eod 8m 105 Broadway, New York.
THE "PHOENIX," i LONDON,
Assets flver Five Million Mars,
HAS BEEN ADDED TO MY AGENCY,
Making the total assets now represented TWENTY
. FIVE MILLION DOLLARS. ,T
The par value of the stock of the "Phoenix" is
one hundred dollars per shares the latest sales
were nineteen nunarea ana seventy-nve aouars,
or nmriv menivmnas ina nar.
Should I not have time to visit you In person
dally ana nore you nme you snow my neaa
quarters, eeil fa. C. N. G. BUTT,
aprdtnuAsun General Fire Ins. Agent
Books i Stationery,
iiTi a i
GROUND WIlH BLACK fr 11 IT RES,
FIGtTRl:, W ill IK GROUND
A COMPLETE LINE OF
gJtt4 and itedti tries.
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received, at
From Saratoga Springs, N. T. k new water re
sembling the Imported Vichy. ecommended
as an aQtacld; cures dyspepst aids diges
tion, Is a powerful tonic a I strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and ln e l forms of dyspepsia.
g CASES CONGREfv- WATER,
Q CASES ROCK BRIDG K ALUM.
Q CASES BTJF 'Al LITHIA.
And a full supply ol
Hunyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Doexr A wine glass full before breakfast.
The Lancet "Hunyndl Janos. Baron Lleblg af
firms that Its richness ln aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters."
The British Medical Journal "Hunyadi Janos.
Tbe most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
Fro. Yurehou, Berlin. 'Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof. Bamberger, Vienna. "I have prescribed
these writers wltb remarkable success."
Prof. Scanzoni, Wurazburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander Brunton, M. D., T. R. 8., London.
"More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
them ln efficacy."
Prof. Atken, M. D.. F. R. 8., Boyal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pullna and Frled
richsbaU." JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist
North Tryon St, - CHARLOTTE, N. C
DONT GO TO SARATOGA
When you can get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as when It flows from the spring at Saratoga.
We receive this water ln large block tin reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be jeflUed
again every week. J H. MCADEN,
Druggist and Chemist
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night
CATHARTIC AND AIj EBATIVE.
Is S well known specific for CONSUMPTION, IN
DIGESTION, and all disorders of tbe STOMACH,
LIVER and KIDNEYS.
NINETY YEARS' popular use attests Its purity
safety and superiority to all waters of this class.
Avoid all coarse, irritating waters, foreign and
domestics they impair the digestive organs and
kidneys, thereby Inducing Irreparable results
None Genuine Sold on Drauglarf
marl 2m eod
; -1 - I
ASJcn and Dr. T. C. 8M1TH, Uiarioue, a. u.