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SpTi' nutl Soti Sttutiiifl.
.: ' :TB3t OBSXEVXB JOB DXPAETUENT
Has rjeenJhoroughlT irrpplled with every needed
want; sad irtfci&e latest styles of Type.snd every
ffl9hBrt oL'JotU&tathig can now be done with
neatness, dapatca and cheapnesi. We can fn?.
nlsh at short nottoe,
TA8S, fiSCXIPT FOSTXBS,
- FBOOBAHMKS, HANDBILLS.
Dttiy, oM yv,potfcwl4. to adiww., 8 00
Outtftheenniy, VfiHaid 2.10
'XAmt J8ejMon Jor etrntm.
PAMPHUT&. CTBCTJLAES, CHUCKS, 4c.
' - '. ! . J. . .!.. I. .. . It -1 ') .mi. , , ' ViTI r t, .T; "4 ,,; '
i . - r' 9
ANY UENTLEMAN; IN TOWN,
-, v :
f ' 4 ' - K.
"Hare you art gant suit made to order,
GUARftHTEETIT OR HO SALE
PEGRAM & CO., .u
HAVU JU8T RSC1IVED A FI5H STOCK OF
Silk, Felt Mi Stw jfaii 1'...
Of the Latest Ptylcs. Of the lateit jStytea
Alexander & Harris
Iun Ite special atteiittbs to
BLEACHED AND BB0H
" Sheetings andSMrUngg, ;
PEGR AM' & CO ,r
Have the Best Stocfe of
Gcals' Ilantf-Sewed Slioes
IN THB cTATK.
. Alexander & Harris'
1 Person LawDS,Vhite Linen Lawns,
Or anything else 'you want la "WHItK GOODS:-
. PEGRAM &CO.,
1 Can supply you with the
BEST BRANDS ancl LATEST 'STYLES
Ladies' Misses and Children's Shoes.
A MS. A T
ORIENTAL LACE, SPANISH LACE,
OB ANY KIND Of Liaoo YOp WXNT.
PEG-RAM M -C O
H1VK A PRSTTY LINE OF
GENTS' aod LAM SUPPERS.
HAMBURG EDGINGS and INSERTIONS.
SWISS PDGINGS INSIBTI0N8.
NAINSOOK EDGINGS anil INSERTIONS.
ANTIQUE EDGINQ3 and INSERTIONS.
PEGRAM & CO.,
HAVE ALL KINDS OF
ChildreDs' Shoes and Slippers.
There Is no stock of the aboye Goods Iq town that
WILL QOMPARE WITH
Alexander & Harris'
tar EVERYBODY yjpj
In the Qjty are Inylted o call and see theny
KXIP A WILL SELECTED STOCK OF
- Trunks and Valices
CF ALL PRICES AND SIZES.
P EGBAM,& CO.,
CaN" 80IT THE IB
UU ay Jtlnda BOOTS andSHOFfl THEY WISH.
PEGRAM & COn
KfcEP ALL KINDS OF
Shoe Dressing, French
RE Laden with FRE3H and STYLISH GOODS
In great rarlety, and we a k you to examine oat
Goods and co are our prices, with the foil as
surance thai you will find k the examination and
comparison to your pecuniary interest
The public has already voted SEIGLE'S GOODS
the HANDSOMEST and BEST SELECTED In the
city.' Even Novelty ol the Season la TRIMMINGS
and in NECK WEAR.
. All should come and Bee for themselves. WAB-
MSB'S COB ALINE CORSET only 87 cents.
T. I.. MEKILE 4c CO
A yeter-Failina Cure for Burns,
scalds, Liruises, Cuts, Bores, etc.
After forty years of-trial. Perry
Davis' Paixi Killer stands unrivaled.
It is safe I It acts immediately I It
never fails I
Editor of the St. John (N. B.) Neva, Bays r
In flesh wounds, acnes, pains, sores, etc.,
it Is the most effectual remedy we know ot
Ko family should be without a bottle of It
ior a sinme. nour.
From thsmclnnatl Disnatch : U-
We have sen ltstnaglc effects, and hunt
' aw Be agoqa aracie.
From L 8. Potter, U. S. Consul at Crefeld,
After long years of use, I am satisfied It
la positively efficient as a healing remedy
ior wounos, Dnnses, ana sprains.
W. W. Sharper, Valdosta, Oa. , says
It Is a panacea for all nrulses and burns.
From R. W. Adams, Saco, Me.:
It gave me immediate relief.
B. Lewis says:
In forty years' use K never has failed me.
W. W. Lum. Nicholville. N. Y.. sava :
I use your Pain Kilueb frequently. It
relieves pain and soreness, and heals wounds
J. W. Dee says :
for scalds and burns it has no equal
PERRY HAV1S' PAIN KHXER i not
a new untried remedy. For forty year
it has been in constant use ; and those who
bare used it the longest ark Us beet friends.
t Its success is entirely because of f t 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. Kverv family should have
a bottle ready for use. Much pain and heavy
doctors' bills may often be saved by prompt
application, of the JPmin Killer. Unlike most
medicines, it is nerfectftf safe even in the hands
of a ehlldU -Xrvi onceAboronehly, and it
will prove its value'. Tour druggist has it
at a&c, ouc. ana u.uu per Dome.
PERRY DAVIS A SON, Proprietors,
ProvMenoo, R. I.
ept dt sept & oct
BLESSING TO WOMANKIND.
Believe all diseases of women pecu
liar to the appearance and cessation
of the menses, uterine disturbances,
torpidity of functions, with leucor
rboea, dlsmenorrnses, and hysteria,
also in melancholia and other men
tal derangements. Afford prompt
relief to those distressing bearing
down pains so peculiar to women.
Price 83 per box. Sent free bymail
on receipt of price. Dr. Clarke
Mertlclnempany, New York City.
?OR Scrofula or any Blood Disorder,
In either stage, whether primary,
secondary or tertiary, are an Invalu
able remedy. They never fail to
cura when directions are followed.
Prlo82 oOner box. Five boxes 810-
Sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of
price. Aderess ur umme Medicine
Company, New York City.
PI INVALUABLE BEHEDYi
For weakness of the "Kidneys and
bladder. A quick and complete cure
n a tn s Hava fit ttlt nrlnarv affec
tions, smarting, frequent or difficult
urination, mucuua uiscuarKoo uu
sediments inihe uflne from what
aTr&T ranu ihdimnd. whether of re
cent or longstanding. One to three
i ?M. a..ffllATlf VH4AA ttO
per box. inree ooxes iur 90.
unfiaH fru nn mcAint of ttrlce. Ad
dress Dr. Clarice Medicine Company,
New Yore wty. t
HERK IS A MALM IN G I LEAD.
For all cases 01 Bpermatorruoea
otiH Imnntonxv nq thn rAanlt Of self-
DUU AU.f , w it -
qKiioa In vnut.h RnTURl eXOSBBeS in
imatuTer years, or other causes, and
producing some 01 me louuwwg
effects: Nervousness, seminal emis
sions (night emissions by dreams),
Dimness 01 eiguiy iiniro uwu-
ory. Phislcal decsy, -nmpies on
Face, Aversion toSoclety of Females,
Confusion of Ideas,, Loss ; of Sexutl
Power, &c; rendering marriage im
proper or unhappy. . Are .a poalilve
cure in two to 8 weeks." One to six
boxes usually sufflcient- rnoesx.u
per box. Four boxe$ $5. , Sen! by
mall, prepaid, ou : recviui. m. yi iuo.
Address Dr. Clarke Medicine Com
pany, New York City. "
(ebl9 d& 13w
.I'm Uirt iiu.iJ v.
v.raaass) : jrw
- MM4 miut.wUl he fonnd
' ten oUrewnt styles of nickdpid1WSRtH
How to Escape Nervousness. , .
Dr. Hammond, in Oar Continent,'
tells-us how to eBcspe-neryoasness. He
says:.. . . .,. .... .... '
. The first presenpuon is an ample sup
ply of puTe,J it es)r and cool air.1 The
nerres, will always t weak if the
greater part of the daY nd nisht be
uaasetLin. ciosr, inyentuja anu over
heated apartments. The nerres, tnore I
iy nounsnea, require a inn supply or
oxvsren. Thev will not endure Vitiated
air, whether the impurities coihe froiot
naces,' or the indlvidual'i ownf person,
without makinir; ;an energetic brotest
A Kaa burner coasaming.fur cybic feet
an nour produces more, carbonic acia
in a given time thanj is-eYolred from
the respiration of eight human beings.
uearxnis m mind, you who suner irom
nervousness, that when you have shut
yourselves up' in a room and lighted an
argand burner (which Consumes about
twelve cubic feet ot gas per hour) you 1
are to all intents and purposes immured
witn twenty-three ojner persons, an
taking oxygen from the atmosphere. Is
it a worrderttatTftfterseveral h6tkr8x-
'oaure td the .depraved air your nerves
Douuiu xbuoj,,bs Lot:, uiei weufi. sutw-
permits, ana that your head should
ache, your hands tremble, and that your
daughter's playing on the piand almost
drives you mad? it u 1 -
An over-heated apartment always
enervates its occupants. It is ao un
to mmorrthg to find rooms heated in
winter uy an vunuergrguna iucoaee up
to 0 degrees. Fights And murders ar
more numerous in hot tnan iki cold
weather, and the artificially ikented air
that rushes into opr room, deprived of
Its natural ' moisture by the baking it
has undergone is even more productive
ui. vicious poBdiuiid. it as au BururiBirjE
circumstance, therefore, to find the wo-1
man wno sweuers au aay in such a
temperature, and adds to it at night by
superfluous bed clothtajf, crops aMdis-'
agreeable from little everV dav troubles
that would scarcely ruffle hex temper if
sue Jtept ner .rooms at 00 aegjees, auQ
opened windows every ndi i4 them-
seeona isat penty or weii-ce-OKed
and nourishiugffood. The nerves can
not be kept healthy on slops. ! Gruels,
panadas and teas are well enough in
their way, i-fint he.;nerves require for
their proper nourishment unauuted an
imal and vegetable food: as a rule, the
formeifsb-duld predominate. Meat eat
ers 4$e rarely troubled with nervous
ness, -fuaencans cat more vegeiaDies
than any 'other well to do people, and
they are probably the most nervous na
tion the face of the earth.
'Thrrd-Take sufficient physical exer
cise inttie open air. When you feel ir
ritable, tremulous, irettul, ndgity and
unable to concentrate your thoughts on
the Veriest trifle, take a long walk, pr.
split half a cord of wood. Even the
extreme nervousness of lunatics is best
quieted by bodily labor. The homicide
mamac who cannot, it kept in his cell,
be trusted wth a bodkin, may safely be
given a spade, pickaxe or noe, ana set
to work in the garden. His irritability
isquietly led off into another and safer
channel, and bin nerves are strength
These are the principal rules. If they
were faithfully followed there would be
less woik for us doctors to da
Splendid joke on bis Wife.
Beaver Dam Argus,
Dave Goady is one of the dryest jo
kers in the world, and he had just as
soon play a joke on a member of his own
family as not Dave's wife is a friend
or his, ana she is subject to his jokes.
She hates Indians, and always locks
the doors when she sees the beggars
who camp around Beaver Dam com
ing toward the house. Dave knew
this, so he hired an Indian to go up to
the house and get in. with a pass key,
and beg a pair of Dave's old pants of
the good wife, which she would gladly
give to get rid of him, and theii offered
the Indian half a dollar if he would go
right into the parlor and put the pants
on. Dave thought it would be a splen
did joke on his wife, and he got a drug
store man named Griffis to go ith him
and watch the fun from a - distance;
The got in the house, and when he ask-,
ed for a pair of old pants, the eood ladv
saw through the joke, and she gave him
uave s ounaay panes, ana ne wept rnia
the parlor and was going to pat them,
on. This was too much for her, and
she went to the kitchen and got a
dipper of hot water. Nobody knows
exactly what occurrea, out Dave ana
Griffis suddenly saw an Indian come
out of the front door, with one leg in a
pair of black doeskin pants and the
other pants leg dangling in the air, and
the Indian yelled as though he was in
pain, and he pulled out for the camp,
up the lake about six miles. As he
passed the two gentlemen the Indian
said : "Squaw heap spunky. Uh ! hot
water," and he was gone. Dave went
home and asked what the news was,
and found that he was out a pair of
Sunday pants, in the pocket of which
was $12 in ; money, ana nis wue says
when he wants to send his friends up
to the house for any more pants to do
so by all means. She will be at home.'
An Important Suit Deeided.
Charlettesvllle (Va.) Jeffersonlan.
The suit which has been pending for
some time in the Supreme Court of the
United States under the style of Rives,
&cvs. Farish, &c., from Albemarle
county, Va., has been decided in favor
of Farish's estate. The suit grew.out
of a contract for the purchase of-la lot
of negroes by Geo. L. Peyton, with the
late W m. ansh as security, irom
the late Geo. Rives, the purchase price
for which amounted to some $20,000,
withintefbst from 1865. Peyton and
Farish claimed that it was a Confede-,
rate contract, to be paid in Confederate
money, and in the court below the case
vu ftamrlArl in Farish's favor, a verdiet
being given for the scaled value of the'
amount, about tfi.uw. An appeal was
taken by Rives s administrator, and the
Supreme .Court sustained the decisitfnj
of the lower court. , :: ;
: : ' ;
The Portsmouth. Arrived,. :, ,','.,.,.
Newpoht. R. I- Anril 12thTJ. &
Hampton Roads April 5tBu rtwadWfc
this morning. She was detained ; bj
headwinds. , ::;;!
visum? me uoivsen-Momvtim: n::
Washington, April; lTh?8i
infc. Secretary ot war ana 1
of the Roldiers Hormet left
here this morning for a visit .to tfie JSoff
diers' Home aAHamptorlTav '
DOHTIK 1M TBl'BOViUE ; i; '
"Boogh on Bsts. Clean out rati,' WlciAacn-;
es, bed-bngs, flies, ants, moles, chipmunks
gophers. 16c ' ?
ThA-nteasnres of the table cease, a : ? vi
J - Wbehe'eUie teeth begin to fall; ! .' .rr
- Tb beauties of the mouth decrease;
- - The, breath's no nor spicy gale;
' And rhust soon In ruin lie, . . a
Unless to BOZQDQi5e Bt.f ;
Marlon, 8. .,MsrB IGtttSBi),
a H. Warner ft Oo: Sirs I Jiavelteentrfinti
some of your safe Kidney and uvet os my
pIKahd and n to .arttti nY
' It wotrld be rB cftef aPSritf interest
ine to e th1teiiii;df eziiewhich
eompoe) the msjtimumi Of r "eitXW to
ftsn.noo ia vear. nerAsiarv 4t n' a
Bemi-fasbibnable establiShinenU ' 'wrlteA
Dispatcht , The Ina.ib point is tUat thfe
Speculative' efa ' has givetitise to' a(.
Widely-spread habit! of 'liviiijj Mixmd'
ne's means, depending ondelcsrve and
ncxiuous means or incomes; ' xne. man
Whb'jhusa :fbrttfn;tewdr of
$100,000,' -lord specttiateBiwili 'ypWf
$20,000 to 925,000 a y$0i?, altughisaf e
investmetftof -his " money would yield
him only JW.000 or $7,000 at most. The
salaried empkfye or professional man.
will spend1 twice or thrice his income.
Jtias pe notimace so and to much money
within thelaatthree months? And he
multiplier amount, by four to arrive
at hiaifprobahle" annual revenue. 'This
vfsxBuenusyciasa of people a as been
weeded oufrto a considerable degree by
thdel4:bfithj3 lastmhid moatbs, bub
ttofibeftMJMrfljnftdeiia.ffreat! deal 6
are in a crreftt mmon
vet no tnarkedttbatfementof
extrava-fcee. "'tVUSifi riitatii
fayer ; beeina ,to Uke tie place of the
are TJefBir Pafrl for wtsjori :
and ! its itifiUHty, .and vm
proved "woperty -ia th tocky wilder'
whicb cannot be ui urif of years and
years to come, raoplev&rv byung'lotr
on the aTgjBsiasWom icjfra 'arid' it.
looks, as thaagft.wj gm-natf la real
esUtuboom uwiflidWSBitajvery similar.,
totlroseexpetied aftf'very ore of
these poprilat pr?2..X.; . , , 1 1
Cincinnati Xnauirec. i . ... J-.. .. 7 ,
Did von see'aiit slenaof active am-
.tfJNone whatever xou- may take ray
WOrd for it that Tilden w ill not accent
he.aflRAnK th nnmirtAtjon, for, iPrMbMnt
of :the'Uhit8tat-lHertold rmett(at4un5W'
he meant to.be master hlriaself in at
least one thing that he; would not be
run down anymore by people on ; politic
cal erahds or with political cunostty.
He said be owed It.to himself and to a
number of persons connected with bin?
by blood and kindred to preserve his
life as long as it could be done, and that
he was engaged in that work. He said
his life was now Valuable to him and
to them, and to nobody else." :
Saflerin? Among the Flood Victims
2ew Orleans, April 12. A Times-
Democrat Trov. La., special J reports
great suffering and destitution prevail
ing among the refugees on the hills
around Lake Concordia. Fromi Hemp's
creek, for nearly nine miles, the hills
are covered with rude huts, j most pE
them covered merely with- phie straw.
through which the ram 'is running on
the homeless refugees. . Women - aid
children are huddled together pear the
fires at the open side pf the iriu shelt
ers, striving to keep-warm, with cloth
ing thoroughly drenched oer coals
which bissed in the rain. Iron pots are
hung with the last . meal boiling and
that was alL Many were sick.
Particulax' Notice. '
ill the drawthea will hereafter bfrundcT the px-
eluslve supervision and control of GENKHALS 6.
X. ttKAUlUtUAKD and. JUBAL A. KXiLUX.
A SPLHIDID OPPOSTOHITY. .
TO WIN A FORTUNE " JlWH BBAND DISTEI-
BDTION, CLASS K, AT NBW ORLEANS ,
TUESDAY, MAX 9, 1&2. ,
H4t MONTHLY DRAWINQ.'
'J.'imi '-i.i '
Ineoraontedta 1868 fos 25 Tears Ii
Oore for JCduoatloo&i (and barttablel
with a esDltal of S1.0OlU)OO bhieht a reserve'
fund of $6604XM) has sines rjeenisddeC.
ny an. overwaeiintng popatsr vote its rraa ehtse
tsmade a part of the messns Srau CbnsUtution
adopted.reeabeT 2d. AD.18T9. I . ;
Ita ORAND SINOLS MDMBXB IMwmftw wfll
nun piaee monuuy. .. . .. 1 1 i t. : .ur n
It never scales or irastoonea. Look at the foUow-
1100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars Bach. Halt
Tickets, One Dollar.
LIST Of FBIZXS:
2 Prizes of $2,500. .
:. 5 Prizes of 1,000..
20 Prizes of 600..
100 Prizes of .100..
,200 Prizes of 60..
600 Prizes of 20--
1,000 Prlxas of 10..
J. -1 Oil
' IFBOXIMATION pttDOtS ya
9 Apprarlnatlon Prizes of $300- -. J .1 : SaOO-
AporoxiBiation Prizes of .a00.ti.CZ 001
9 Appioxlmattonfriseaol lOa-J.i.i J1 r0OrH
1867 ftses,sUBsantlatt',.iJ;;i;i8 10,400
jDDnruouw vvuvUJll sn.P'iwunw (mm mu
U A.. Di
- New Orleans. La.
or xo. a. i.yrjii, u i
127 La8lle.Street, racagJBa'
MM. A.: DAUflUm,3 : -SH)
- ' run eerentn streeL was:
V. B.-Orde sddresssd ts ks 6&i
celve pronnt siUtpa,J , . ; 7 ., , . ;
The pejetrtBiLaxten06Arf tlPu it called
tothe fact thatthaenttoeiBitahet et. the Tickets
for eautir Jfenthtr rPMrttg t isoM, ind eonse-
isiiijr ii iw prizes m-eaenarawmg are swa ana
awn and paid. .....
aprll -di-'i-: ' . :,-.. j
KFl.njeirataIl tanrSidav ortntirbti at raason-
hM sAceftTOttbe beet nwserlala-arid br com
patent phannaertsVati ).;w .ir.ii.ri ,
u - ".!? J! WILSON A BTjTriWKLL'ff
o nw! i-stJigi(toeai:Trade street
a su bla sl : m au u. s-l kbe mm at asa
P9iiiI7inia hr.vnui u i tns f woi a.1 -w-:
rfWBaW IsM Oil. sarrels Boiled
CVi Byw ponnds iwe -White Lead,
. "WTT JV)W-:rrRtntI.L - i .
..! :;, A A .J.-;. : -Trade treeV.
k AK.mel .A A .tH utwf ws-Sotv? i
7tHOf3Uiia.XKaisonsj emmtsMW mnsoBa sm
.'8pieestidlln fMstt awtnuTat a- -rt
r.vw:n'--n T f HLaOM'MWLL,a.
jsW omweuw. .aeTWBf; i
f months for aaotloa orraiioallai
omweuia e,io?af; py-shy,w, w
A1S Pr HW Wr paw
iitoflMi&j WihWerairJtwte dse, (roar-
jj..,:u i -i !i..ui .a .jinnii .".nl.-'jiifc i '
! -Hi, if
, , The.nsnowned Qaeen ef ettebawUtt.
pomp, inaBnlnqeirt toDaroLfin
woujdnevet have appeared withto tae)
the gjandest ot the monatchs of the
not also possessed that which It Is Lh
glory of thft,fema'.e peason-a skin uneballehged
for Us Oriental softness and, ita almosc ahaae?!
dentaj purity- UeOnatra, holding ethperors at
r, andnaibg empires by hefc werd had quickly
losther dmrm and fowexhy one attack orciorchea
or of pimples, of ef horrid tan and ffeekles. ' ' !
WOMAN ttttLxaTHgoij)- , ,
by har beaaty.jwt Jmbs than by her pxsrfty of ha-
nertuiBlllBB I atspusmun BBS
rottoo. f Indeed, id the estrmanon ot
Many,men1)eaty In a body takes
every otbBreenakleraUon. Beauty
iQunewhSlff jbo mariy, of not
relates: to' lafluehce Withia the circle: where they.
movw,; are jwwenss ror great gooa jfencajm
see not only me propriety Dot the duty of every
lady preserving with zealous care that wlc to
herisesseritfarto.BpccesB, and influenc , and. use
ruhress tn life, And since "beauty is hut skin
deep," ihe utmost care and tigllanpe am E&qoired
tfi guard It against the roauy iljs . that flUb 1 heir
w. Among we treat and a
ahnOjlng enemies ef
..I;. :j Q1T jaiHEB BXX I
as well as pf comfort ; happiness. and
those pestiferous and horrid skin disea:
numoTs, eczema, (salt rneonrj rougn
eruptions; nlbeisf pimples; abd all
hair and scalp.! 1or the cur4.ot all. tbeta, Dr. a
W, Benson, pi Baltimore, after years of patient
sudy and investigation devoted to diseases of the
ikfcuat last trough! forth his eelebratfd 8SIN
CTJBK, whlchahaa already by its marvelous cures,
eaaj9e.pfy.the sklaj whatever be'thelr! names or
cb aracter. ' "Ife success has been immense and un
IWIrWi&jimtiatojteYtiltm, at is elegantly
ifi3in, one package.. Internal and
- BTJ.OPSAJBIJS. :
, Sick headache, nervous headache, neuralgia,
nervousness, paralysis, dyspepsia, sleeplessness
and brain diseases, posttlely cured by Dr. C. W.
Benson's Celery and Chamomile Plus. ;They oon
taln no opium, qulnlae, or other, rtarftfnl.arag.
Sold by all druggists. : Price 50c per box. $1 for
two. $2.50 for six, postage free.. Dr. C. W. Ben
son, Baltimore, Md. C. N. Ckittestoiv, New York,
Is wholesale Agent for Dr. C. w. Benson's reme
dies, i I apr4
SBS. LYD1A L PINIHAU, OF LTHH, HASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
t t V IsjosjgveCnre ' j '
Jfcrall tJwse Palaful CmpUluU mmA WhsVnssSM
. sm eoauiB to Mir bst femsle population.
' II will cur entirely1 the worst form of Female Oom
.pUib, all evuteB trobblee, InflmrunaUan fdd Ulcer -
tioh, noiing and Diplacement, Bndtlie eonaeqnest
Splpai WeeAnesf, aadls pactionlarly 4pted to the'
Chaags of lite. . . ,
It will dlnolve and espel tunori fromllje ntarns in
an, early , (tag of deTelfipment. The tenBenoy te osn
oeroni hitfflori there h cheeked verrspeedili hy lUmse.
- WronrefJdtneM;takicy; fleetarjwto crsylag
forst&aUlaata, and MOetes ailmeii ot toeatoiamch.
IS esree BJeattaaV Headache,- Harroaa-. Ptoateatlon,
General DebUUy, gUrrlram . DnmriM and tadi-
' Tta feeuri of ieexfeit dwa. oandni '
And backache, U if) pertttapenMrcnrdiby Ha i
1 wftl a alltllfte ari-aellll
annotry una thUwslhfe0rrSraiait;
itesk ntmtmiTQmfiym I
prspara sn ana swq
, asss. : mot tp. att-potueerur fe, -
of pUla, eleolathe-tora of
pHoerAl paha fotUbK
freely aaswers all letters pf. tftqnity Bend
let JaAdreaf a atoetattf
uvea raxs. They.wy: tmfhtijtm,
: : rr it.
ThalMilae ReJmMata . lit . TeVSaVV,
moat dlaeasas are caused br disordered
Liver: if. therefore, the Kidneys ana
kept in perfect order, perfect health wlfl be thetre
ma This tmth has onrr been known a short time
and lor years people sunered great agony wi noujr
being ante to una reuei. me aiscovecy oik War
ner's Safe Kidney" and Liver "Cure marks shew
eratn the .treatment of these troubles.,, r Made
from a simple tropical leaf . of rare, value. It,eon-
tains Just I
necessary to "nourish and
mvhrorate eetb of thi
lese-grest organs, and-salery"!
restore and kee
them in orden It Is a P06TTDfd
the diseases that cause paina, m l
nie lr parttne r-W 'S r"
yTHWliernril ifWTii.iii-infrf.iif rr r u i mm.
anai sever.' ana au. omivoiues ql ,hk
iriBarrorgans.-n , -r-
. it la an excel
i jpArnMTV Tnr TanuTM
sneMs invaluablefor Leueonhcsa Of ValliBs of the
,As a Blood Pudueru la unequalled, r .ttf ehte
ths orkans that Kipttse blood; -.'
-Tnli Bemedywjiih has done 'each wtffldentfri
put up in : the rlABeiSTSIXKD BOT1 U f off
and au, dealers at $1:26 per bottle. " For Wabetes
enquire for WARN IK'S 8 AFX DIABITSS CUBE.
It is a P0SITIY8 Eernedy, -n h : ' ,
br o. I ALssaanxK
US tX 1'. ' li ! M
DfQce;on Trade street i
ever jj. jwrwsngaf '
Bro's clothing store.
Office hours from 8 a m, to 5 p. Bb eJEI
preeef drnSe over.
shns forms as
attaer err rMf
lokesHeaLoa I .
ii ihhii - " .... .. . . . r m & t m
RwAM m 5jAtrsi!a.w., IC
km fcl-' 'MirtrZ&trJ U SmTS TT-ivi)::
. irfflHSuSiTTfniTRTy i" ; iipnvuft vv miMWiCiiift i uDiav.
'SffcM NRW -fawjf I mw mm i i t nnrc i
! '.IN -T;3 :;JT7 . .; ; T' . Ii.) . . V; . , Zl .1 1 1 I 1 1 1, -tlllllll . : I 1 I J 1 1 1 I V I Ik I . I I n 1 IV 1 I I I 111
To the Interest of Oar Patroiis.
A LARGE LOT of LAWIVS in MOIRE EFFECTS.
' " . l. il ; 4 ' 4
eomnleOlK GOODS and TRIMMINGS is also
We have the cheapest gtock of PAR aJ in
We of newdesignsjS ladies 11
iSABAH BABNHABDT and FOSTKB KIDS, LACS
meet the demands of evert on rt mn inn't n
Ana a handsome stock of fil ivrif iiti omni m
iwiUtadallne of J3 W
Ol TEEM ARK JCTST'TOO TOO."
.: . 1 .
I I Vi fi' II
vii. iu ur ur
Eight of the Leading Makers
OF THE WORLDi
One Hundred' I&stroraf nf s in
PLENTY OF HONSY ON OCB LEFT,
JPliESnC : TO EAT Ol .OUR RIGHT,
AND A SOLID MUSICAL CENTRE.
Werfion'f: Pni Ten Dollar
er do w ilirow in a
'("iWssiBt.fi vm :saiilAaLa2iV r,.,V. . . ..
Of.. ... .l-irn i ere-. t.
ff; rVtcSlVllTN, Charlotte, N. C.
agree, that I . v . uuiy u. jl j-rw x v u x
Ktdnei and I
WBoar stook fs now complete,
Buoe kuu sianainj
tqusTjIISLIaBLjK SOLD in this Market..
USdSlBarjds-eT'eHf -patreB and lnsnre them
;to iosdrteUtrJduce: L'firiced Goods,
wum ib lasmoDaoie
hg.esrtf ln,tBeMMrtcet of
ayJJtvjWe axe lustlned In- asaerung, and not exaggerate, that the long eipe
it our Hoo8e.,lii a full trnaraTitpj trial, trm.-mc TSt.mhu i ivrr.
L. - J T. . - 1 . . ..
TMEvYOR KTO W N SCARF,
: v, : Ihft Latart Outilri toe Teflr latest fihads In Silks.
AlirX3 dSE'trS. YerjBesnectfullr!
,v i-!i r -or. -
ft-H HGanaieat Blavl to Order n
ilK,fre KUr ftgured co... red MULLS.
Loat 0u1 C them 1)61016 T0U w-have ttlarg6
FOR $1 .00.
NaTSln black and col.rs. We have a took tn
at . " ill .Vs Jl" nave 8 8lcK w
T rmn ii 1 De 'oun men w1'1
and PUR HATS,r
PANSB on ou, and some
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ORDEB?. '
& Wilhelm .
JL jLAJL 1 11
FrcatFcjwaid to the Bear,
McSmiih Missie Boose,
DistributlngDepot for the Carolines
ERAN1CK 6c BACH
M AT HUSHEK.
Soitlliorn Gem Pianos.
HA ML, I N
(Jold Pieces on tvery Slop
House i Lot or a Railroad,
ButWe Beat' That all to Pieces,
CALL AND 8SE ME. EJ
oh all Moneys Invested.
For Parsiculars call on or write to
up flrst-claes (Garments, and always
absolute bottom pricks
we do not Duy jod
circles in Northern cities.
Wa hori thn ihnle nf
which privilege the Late Purchaser IS debarred.
we call espeaal attention td the GARliSNTS MANUFACTURED
f nna uxuiaren'a OlotJiUXfi as nne as
Berwanger & Bro.