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THURSPAY. APRIH3, 1882.
premfttnrc Iom et HkI
. .ntiralr nrevented by the use of BOB-
";'ttm COXMIN. No other compound .pos-
mmm tbe peculiar properties wtncn so exactly
fittthe various condition f the uuuuui hair It
InftoDsthe hair when hitrsh and dry. It soothes
irritated scalp tt affords the richest lustre. It
LbttOietolrfoai railing off, i tt vronoteetts
Wuhr. vigorous growth. K Is not greasy nor
tlcky. It leaves no duagreeaoie odor.; u nus
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are known to be the
, Mrs. WlasloWB Boot blag Byraj.
Rev BylvariTuCobtr tbos writes In the Boston
christian Freeman: We would by no means re
X ' lmend any kind of medicine which we did not
ow S be good-parttciilarljor infants. But of
mm wtnslow's Soothlnf Sirup we can speak from
knowledge; in our owmiamuy . nae prevea a
blessing indeed, by glvtog an Jktfwfc troubled with
wine wdns, quiet sleep, and Its ': parents unknown
zz.t atnlght Most parents can appreciate these
hiftsslnits. Here is an article which works to per
fection and which is harmless; for the sleep
irhipta it affords the infant Is perfectly natural, and
th little cherub awakes as "bright as a button."
i nd during the process of teething, Its value U
incalculable. We, have frequently heard mothers
lncaicuu i . . . Hthiit It tmm tho Mtth nf
ri ihiid till It had
i, nn anr conslde
25 cents a bottle.
. We se XromthoNewbern'Kil;
Shell that a lady inKowan county is
cuttini teeth ''at the age of IT What If
mianu in unariotte a tear cm vM Mn i
as that.1 r;-: ir:rr; ' , i t?Ml4
tSTO. I. makes some pertinent
suggestions as to the proper celebra
tion of the coming aoth May. They
cpme from a military man, and one,
who, from his position and education,
is qualified to speak on such a subject.
We commend his remarks to the com
mittee having the matter in charge,
Piracy on Paifer' Pond. . j
A boat kept on the pond by private
persons was carried off from the house
where it was thought to be securely
fastened, a few days ago. It was, how
ever, found on the ether side of the
pond, drawn up on the bank. The mat
ter was thought sufficiently important
to bring to the notice of the authorities
and yesterday for this heinous offence
four boys were brought before Justice
- 'Kt : I lowi&f drc&latVita t
Btkimn EaieV Amlkor. of Bern- lIRM&ffWriqami&aX, ,
Vlatieaarr tote, fiive.lJawet to arMeaam
tuir.i jtCUv-... i the State ot.orth Carolina, w
finished with the teething I Worinn Than mt fv.; .ivn
Sold by aD I ' " wuiraonu iiutux buijjjisu
ny ana judgment was suspended on
to be guilty again
2(hjct tse raettts.
their promising not
of a similar offence.
powder.never varjea A marvel of punty
strength and whoiesomeness. More economlca
than the ordinary Kinds; and cannot be sold In
competition vnin tne mam nae or iow lest, snore
weight, a um or phosphate powders. Sold only in
caus. ROYAL BIKING POWDER CO.,
uv23 New York.
LeRov Davidson. Sole Agent. Charlotte. N. C.
we are:now opening our new
and Summer Styles
' ' . fncludlag all the latest novelties
in the MIL LIN SKY LINK.
; ' li ACES, &C,
In all the new stjles, colors and" quaUUea.
Also) aUtbe new stiles arid qnallties of LACES,
erabracing White Goods, Neck Wear, HoMery
(iloves. Parasols, Ac., the LAbGKST and HOST
COMPLSTC STOCK IN THE CITY.
Our Pattern Hats and Bonnets
On Hcndayr Hatch 27th,.
When we vlU be pleased-to show tbe Ladles tbe
OBANDKST DISPLAY OV JT1NS H1LL1NABY
they have ever seen In this city.
Keeneetfully,. : . ,
Yesterday John Bols (colored) got
into a difficulty with Jake Gill, and cut
Jake's head pretty badly. Policemen
Blackwelder and Orr were called to
the respue and attempted to arrest John
Bons on College street, but John took
to his heels and they had a rather excit
ing cnase alter mm ior about hall a
mile, he making off across the Carolina
Central Railroad. But the officers per
tinaciously followed him, and John
whether thinking himself unobserved,
or with the5 kind" of instinct that leads'
the ostrich to bury his hand in the Band
when closely pressed took refuge in it
hencoop, and his pursuers coming up
secured him and lodged Mm in the
, , t . . . , ,-t
All the Fault tfthe Road. t
John Henderson, a well-known color
ed citizen, with a title thaT ddes not
look very well in print, was ridinst
along the Statesville dirt road yester
day, when he came np with Pate Paul
in front of Capt Wolf's honsei ' Pate's
wagon was fast in the mod, and Pate
was using strong language to his mule,
bo strong, indeed, .as to shock John's
susceptible ears. John remonstrated
with him, and Pate turned his stream
of epithets on John instead of the
mule. Surely, he no doubt thought, it
was bad enough for the mule
to aggravate him by getting stuck there,
without John coming along to provoke
him further; so, picking up a rock, he
heaved it at John, just misoing him,
however. He then invited John to
fight; but, John, according to his own
account, replied that he wouldn't lower
himself by ngbtiag Pate. What fur
ther John did or said does not clearly
.appear, tie, however,, soon rode on,
and Pate came to Charlotte and tried
to take out a warrant for John's arrest,
for abusing him. He did not succeed
in this, and went off declaring he would
shoot John if he came about his place.
All this difficulty arose from tbe state
of the road. If they had been macad
amized probably Pate and John would
have continued to love each other like
The Board of MedicaLExamiaers
W-rrai22T'' i , The secretary. Pr.: Henry fa?
ALTHOUGH WEIGH2D DOWIf 1 soof Salem UVC; send ?
TvTTH 85' rjfTxas.. : : I lowi&c eirc&lu Vita tirMues
Historv of Uter est to-Observer
Many readers ot.Tss Observb rev ,
member D J. C M. Bamsey, the u'
tr of "BAmsey'sAtmals of Termed'
we, ana wnowaa ior some years a bring satislcMfIa.Tdence C' lgood
resident ; of Charlotte.' t His wLfey we I mor character and of 7thpir having
some years a
in Concor NcC on Moiaj. Ay 8th,
1882. .--fofZLll m . .
Without a license from thtobtard, no
physician who, oonunnoed practicing
mthiaStateaftW Ap J5tWlS50, can
collect hip feeyiawfc!!rth ,yi ......
:j Appueant j;ox examinaupa . nrasr
believe, Was the 'daughter :of : ohn
McKnit Alexander, who with Ephratm
Brevard drew-the famous resolatlons
known as the Mecklenburg Declaratfon
of Independence, and the: Is related to
and will be remembered by many peo
ple who still live in this part bf the
State. ? : .? ,
On the 25th of March uitimo, Dr.
Bamsey, who now liyea In Knoxville,
Tennu, reached the extraordinary age
of eighty-five years, and on the occasion
he tendered invitations to a number of
his friends to join him at his birth-day
dinner. Among those: invited was a
reporter bf' the'Knoxvule Daily Tri-
bund, who thus refers to the event,
taking occasion en passant to allude to
many facts in Dr. Ramsey' life that
will be of interest to Qbsjebveb read
ers. He says: ' ! "!-ll's .
Dr. J. G. M. Ramsey, tlie venerable
historian of Tennessee and. renowned
gentleman of letters yesterday celebra
ted the 83th anniversary of ? his birth
day, at his home on Cumberland street,
and we were a privileged guest.
This venerable gentleman at his re
markable age is blessed with wonder
gul preservation of all his; mental and
attained the asrer of twenxv-one VearS,
r, Sea Laws of , North Carolina, 18S859
andmoll .V;:: . .
Salem. K CAprtUa, 1862., ; ; .; ,
Am Awsnnwd RelAtioaV&i! :
! 'Nmr Yonxj April 12. King's eoanty
firrand jury of Court of Sessions to-day
retmnied an Indictment against ex-Go v
ernor irranaiin i. moses zor raise pre
tenses in having obtained 175, from
Preebom J.Smith under pretense that
ne was a orotner or uoveTnor goiquitt
Asking Jot thef Caforcetneat of Civil
WAflBmtxHt. Atffil 12th. A deleara-
tion of Ministers of the African M. E.
Church, headed ; by Bishop Bto wn ao.
companied oy jrreancf uougiasvwait
ea upon Attorney uenerai are water to
day, and made complaint against , th
United States Attorney for tbs north
ern district, of , Florida, tint failure to
enforce the provisions of the civil
thts hIUto.tneeaseoC Bisiidp: P(ayn
to had beeii tot'. otT &aflroad train
jnoflgu noioinga nrjscrajcicae
Confirmed hy the Sexate.
WASHlNGTbN: Anrtr liThS Senate
confirmed Wo. E. Chandler as secreta
ry of the navy by a vote1 of 28 ! against
lo. The senate also sonnrmea secre-
: 'to -..r ..M-,.-.vto i (Ut
HAVE JUST OPENED
R l.-i :')
tary Hunt as minister,; Russia.. - J. R
He still delights In conversation and f 7j!a sZitWW.in7
in reading and his ruling .passion, the I minister to Liberia: William Williams,
Mrs. P. Query.
RECEIVED TO-DAY, A NKW SUPPLY OF
i . . i
BLACK Mod 6REEN TEAS,
tor the retail trade.
R. H. JORDAN & CO.,
Quarts, Pints ana Half Pints, refreshing and last
ing. For sale by
R . IT, JOED AN & CO.,
OiY HUM- 1 Quarts, Plat and Halt Ptatoi,
Culgates Violet and yiortda Water,
V., H, JORDAN & CO.
ELKCTBIC HAIR and FLSSH BRUSHES.
R. H. JORDAN k CO.,
Hotel Arrivals Yesterday.
Central Hotel. A Kuaup, Balti
more, Md ; H M Munsell, Geo. P. Pep
per, New York ; L M Morrill, Boston ;
T C Brent, Richmond, Va; J no A Dod
son, Goldsboro, N C ; Chas W Forder
and wife, M Cousins, Va ; Wm Wallace,
Columbia, S C ; A McQueen.Red Banks,
NC;JT Savage, T J Sherers.TA
Conklin, Atlanta, Ga; R I Tatim, Lan
rinburg.N C; L C DeSassure, Colum
bia, S C; G P Badger, Petersburg, Va;
W A Huffman, Cincinnati, Ohio ; O S
Causey, High Point; J K Hall. Jr,
Greensboro; W S Boyd, Davidson Col
lege; H S White, Brevard, N C; S G
Hggins, New Haven, Conn; E R Hol
derman, Kansas ; W P khenn, Wash"
ington, DC; WT Kane and wife, Troy
NY; T H Cobb, Judge Schenck, Lin
colnton, N C ; E P Smith, D E Allen, N
C; J Mayer, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Charlotte Hotel. CL Hutchison,
Miss Stella Hutchison, Mt HoUy ; D W
Thompson, Matthews, N C; J A Ad
ams, J W Holt, Jr, Rockingham; R T
McCain, Walkersviile, N C; J R Fog
gey. Pine ville, N C; G M Webb,Jr,
Shelby, N C; A E Smith, J H McFad
den,Rock HU1; W A Mauney, King's
Mountain; Capt J H Trimble, Lauriu
burg.N C; B S . Bohannon, Harmony
Grove, Ga; Wm D Cobb, Athens, Ga;
L E Dennan.New York; J A Derrick
It Is Said
That business is comparatively dull
in real estate circles.
That the cold snap, with its chances
for frost, makes people feel uneasy.
That yesterday's clouds possibly
Baved us from a killing frost.
That the police neeu new uniforms
and that the city ought to furnish them.
That the peach and apple crop will
be abundant if "Jack Frost" don't
That the weeping willows about
town look beautiful in their new emer
-That Charlotte people would like to
great love ot antiquities, is still una-
rA a very - eariyage'Dr; Ramsey de
velopeu a great love of literature of a
historical 'natajrV&ad al'ofr his life he
lias taken .a .beenljar., interest i in local,
ooeorrenees that are liabld to prpduce.
lasting impressiohs.'-;- '' ' - , j
He has carefully compiled and mit-
lished a history of Tennessee up to the
ena ot wre eigotocnwi century wnicn
wdrsv under. 3be name of "Ramsey's
Annals" is recognised as an authority
upon all questions of .our immediate
State history and "biography, v , ,
: True, to his mission, and With great
1 ove for the proper recital of his State's
history, onr beloved" historian did not
stop with; this first task completed, He
had compiled another work of equal
value and 'labor, bringing'" down , the
State's history up to. the1 "beginning of
the late war, and had it about ready for
the press ; but the rude vandal in hia
invasion laid his ruthless hands upon it
and utterly destroyed it.
Dr. Ramsey's whole library and many
priceless relics and antiquities were
destroyed in his house by the Federal
troops during their seizure Qt, Knox
ville. '.. ,
At the close of the war the aged his
torian thought of beginning again the
completion of this priceless loss, but
the feebleness of years intervened and
the work if ever accomplished will be
done by younger but perhaps by less
loving and less accurate authorship.
During and since the war Dr. Ram
sey has compiled a large amount of
valuable historic literature in scrap
books, two of which were of great in
Anything of ancient origin is of in
terest to him, and it is his great delight
to tell young folks much more about
their ancestry and their family descent
than they ever knew themselves.
His memory is remarkable and runs
back to the days of his childhood with
great precision and accuracy.
After a pleasant talk of an hour with
Dr. Ramsey, his children and grand
children, and his estimable lady who is
the best of historians and the most in
teresting of narrators, we were invited
to the board spread in honor of the
memorable occasion, where the cere
monies were hospitably and gracefully
discharged by the same venerable lady.
The dinner was both bountiful and
delicate and the partakers will not for-
etthe tender but sprightly sentiment
at pervaded the entire household.
We oould -.wish that unceasing anni
versaries of the same occasion might
continue, and that our beloved histori
an may be spared forever. "
of Indiana. h&rr d'afi&irs to Paraguay
and Uraxuav : Jonn Jt Koox. of Minn..
comptroller of the 'Currency! , Commo-J
doie iierce croaoy, rear, admiral vap
A. A.oiomonsycommoaore. ' ,,.- ,
The comDtroller of ,currencv has
authorized n the , Mechanics- -National
bank at KnoxvUte, JBenn with: a; capi
tal of $100,000, to ; commence Dusmess.
i"r , Jff a u : . . :- i j .
the raraa 1 qdUmon,i jrm n joocor M ene
rtonewl4t a hatftaoiMpoonrol ot Blmmofwtliw
Besnlatoi Is takea after eaeb meat-It is ta&i
4lMw.'aa4 so mUdstMIUeaSKUtnlta ef
fecta.'thalitla'aMdb'rsttanYaftMa heartr meal to
ensure good dlgesttoOr. To BeeoUtot does not
jsaaseatefftottattMjomaa.ia puTl tegsta
bhs, and eaa be takes la anreobdUion fcf tne sys
tem, and, naBEe-Bnr suer Knowamedicme, vne
its use is Mooaanneg, ana faf $sjyu i st ie
conaupaxou. " ' ,- :-
' VtiatOB Iollr Well Sprat Did. -
On March 14th the 142d Grand Montalr Draw
ing of tbe Louisiana State Lottery took pisee as tt
always does on tfc daj aopoluted, noder the sole
supemaum oi uenenus u. i. Hemregara i
and Jabal A. Xarly, ot Va. Then Si 10,400
Worsted Ws ani
T i - ;? ft ?
i;i -iM s. r a Bsi m
Of Eycry Deseription Inelading
f. - ! . f ; - - -. .
THl WEWEST IWIPORTATIOWS.
REDUCED IN PRICE:
Onr Handsome Light Md Dark Printed Nainsooks
seattered broadcast throueh the laad
capital was sold In halres, and drawn by ticket
No. 75.414 one hair to B. li., aoK. or guiunan.
Nodaway count r. Ho.; th ether to Mr. Jugcno B
Phllpot, a prominent young merchant of 6afan
nah. Ga. the second capita), $10,000. also sold
la halres and drawn by ticket No. 87,875 one-,
half to a lucky Bostonlan, whe oollected it through
Vance's Express, Mo. 16 Devonshire street. Bos
toe, lfasa.; tbe other half solleeted thtoogb Dar
rach&Ce., Bankers. St Loula, Mich., for John
Creegan and Albert Nagel of Six Lakes. Mont
calm Co., Mich. The third capital whs also sold
In halves awl drawn brocket No 8099-one-half
to John Bnrrrll. No. 2rt Deronsbire street. Boston.
Maw ; tbe other to Samuel X. Palmer. No. 856
Blxth aTenue, New York City. The two fourth
capital prizes of S2.500 each wem sold la halres
to Nor. 1778 and mift5-nto Sdwarda tiiuet.
No. 17 Molberrr Place. Newark. ,N J.: to Lerl
Alden. and collected through State Bank of Madl-
son. Wis.; to Miss Campbell, Ne. 727 Eighth
street LotnsYUle. Kr : aodOeo. H. Count, of New
To'kettr The next drawing (the 144ta) wUI take .
place May 9th, of which ererytblng will be told on
application to M. A Dauphin, New Orleans. La.
who Is the next happy one?
WE WILL PRESENT
TTrTTAJ"r t,,-A ehlWa Gold Car ring.
r J U 1 Um which the owner eaa get
by prortng property and paying for this adrertlae
ment, at THISOVflCS.
apr!3 It . ' '
A Small pocket Memorandum Book containing
accounts for the present year and two notes;
one on M. A, Alexander and B. B Peoples for
$1 OS. due 1st next November, and J. ADeArmbnd .
for $27. due same tftne. All persons are hart by
forbidden to trade for either of thesenotes.
P. S. The ftader ot the book will be liberally ,
rewarded by tearing it at Tmsomua.
. Aa t- , : MAKES
Best In the World.
MR aim nr j. b. spenceh co
auU FIEXTJS BBOSk, CMstflett. Bf C.
i i -a art lr l .
T WILL offer for sale at.
JL Chesterfield county, a
rjfc-ep7LOWB 8XXD, for sals by4E
R. H. JORDAN & CO.. see Uie plan of lighting the oity by the
5,000 CIGARS r
For the Retail Trade, Just Beceired,bfr
11. II. JORDAN & CO.
A FINE STOCK
PAINT and WHIM VABktStTKS. AHeotora
" PAlatS ui smail cans. :
R. H. JORDAN & CO.,
THE 20TH 0"F MAY '
Pertinent Suffestioas as te the Pro
gramme of Ceremonies.
To the Editor of The Charlotte Obserrer.
In a recent Issue of The Observer
there appeared a partial schedule of
what was proposed for the organiza
tions which were to participate in the
observance of the celebration the 20th
of Mav next
From the manner in which the mat
ter was mentioned, simply giving a gen
eral programme of exercises to be ob
served, ft occurred to me that it might
not be inappropriate to Offer a few sug
gestions. To avoid misunderstanding and con
fusion, it would appear necessary to
provide for all contingencies and . .thus
secure a harmonious and pleasant celebration.
To this end the subscriber would re-
. tat. That. a. committee of arranser
ments be appointed whose special busi
ness it shall be to ascertain what or
ganizations propose to be present and
about what numbers will parade with
Qnit. Tf military organizations, dd
they propose to compete for the prizes
to be awarded the best drilled company
and the best team of marksmen ?
A t.hA MiiAt corns from one or more
of the. Military Institutes or schools'
mav desire to participate, it would ap'
pear proper for the committee having
the matter in charge to state specifical
ly whAt her each orcanizations are to be
allowed to compete for the prizes offer-;
Ad. nr are their to be excluded from the
ThA rinniim of the orizes to De awara-
d. their cost, the number or meji inaf 1 mtftf 7 sol tifl man n .
. ' .Amantvainm nrill Ka refc. 1 i 1 ' 1 ''
nuirAd tn n&rade to entitle it to com-
fo anH t.hA RAlAction of thorouchlv
competent and distinguished Judges,
are matters mat appear w uoiw ac
quire the utmost attention, . ,.. , . .
Another matter, by no means '.vtfntai-,
hportant, is the fact that theaprizes;
ShOUla DO prOVlUOU uuvua mo j irai
i apart for the celebration. I would sug
; -o hif thA mnnAv reauired to Dur-
"hasethe -prizes be raised by ; requfrihir
each company wuicu juuywow w
pete, to contribute five or ten dop
aaui mm tn be dfiDoaited in the.hajnis
of the committee at least w)P"Rf
fore the celebration. It ispf the-high-,.
100 PI EC ES LI NEN LAWNS
OLID B1VACK, SOLID WHITE WHITE GROUND Wltb BLACHt FIGURES,
BLACK GROUND Wltb WHrTEYlGCHE!', WHITE GROUND
With Figures In All Colors. They are "
Ml Mil II
25? REDUCED FROM 65L
D?qns9 IParasolSe BeltJ Laces,
OF SVSBT FABRIC AND A COMPLXTti LIKS! OF
LADIES' NECK WEAR,
REAL SPANISH LACE TISSUES.
Strugs anil gaertti tues.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Central Hotel Building.
'Our stock consists of a well selected assortment of
goodrkept lnrtlie BOOK BU8QTESS.
JMaM;p4 &hool Boob,
Sffiidaydiod'BoGks and Bibles
Ot an grades, pocket and family, Pnotograph and
AntncriLBli AlbouM. fine and eheaD Box Paper.
Pocket Books, Work Boxes, Isk and Ink Stands,
Writing Paper and Envelopes, Papsr Weigbts.
Elocn Games, Sera Books, Tablets, Velvet and
Cheap Frames, crayons, Slates, Penholders, Slate
ZZXTa iTA Bi.f ft Bnhtwr, Blank
-kjuI Psaa BookA. Bloitlnc Paoer. Brto'ol Board.
'Card Board. Copybooks, Gtam, Rubber and BaXy
ber BasdaJsttbber Praholdefs.a large stock of Gold
t-Pscs atnjr o nana.-? uomeosiHon uoojtg, c,
t : 1 . m nr.11 n
Window BbidW of viery description, Piotura
IfsSs, Wire and wanted ptomre ooras, enromos,
im tTCvurea, mu 01 wnicn u wma ai ex-
rirTn for an tbe Dallr and Weekly
iKiTiMag&lnes 'mifmt9ti Also agent tor
BuMlAroB. . wiplPtVKews and Paper
bits nf MAT nut. tf-i
ble Lot of Xngtnes and other taaehlnefy I
- ami Aft tumM nrranr 4mMam and fixtintl t0 1 S
yirZmm :rTAnrfriMLlMilfitinz Jittacfiments and
one 111 nam nowei enmrs. owbmw w
urhlne and .
taehments; one lot piping and connecting
m it milL 90 Ama'camatmc barrels ai
taehments: one lot sheet copper, amalgamating-
nan. assaying rornaee; one wc cnernimia; one
window weights; one lot lopef or lotmacWnWa
M lat Mnethlaa. Jtna aundrt other arndes. '
YTMS-ATtTsnnig onMr'Tweifrn DalMra
Cash uall sums orer uisv unoou w utuvvrfw
months time, If preferred, with approved seoulty.
' lO OTjk POimCrtlONS
Our fine Goods hate all been
ltirtWTt.iw wowxwr.V tttiwiKa o the
' 7 I .
electric light tested.
That the wheat crop, fa finer ia
Mecklenburg county tha( H has been
in many years. 1 ,
That the spring and autnmer sched
ules on J. the railroads leading into
CJharlotte will shortly be innounced. .
nrW Tttmwood cefhetervls "ia bet-
ten Wttd is being, better kept tlmv
than it has been ior 7 v hait dMihcWerstood Uafettey
-That the name of tbeMetropoUtan aW&. no fatter how few
Hotel,' under Mr. Bcofield's manage numbex of jomptuAei contesting or
ment, will i changea M I-Jij the fcttblliia
House? m.t .a' . f iiuSIirrltilfatAKSoseto eater the
-That the ?ddrtionrae Wjon
tanHotti and iterihree magninceniitjonsagfl govern W5jH
to erefitedW the opposite j wiilinR ifaMi'
7 ..irii , A-wit-ii. tnir. tneceieorauun
OI me a-uee. nfcs-a '
ment to that part of tbe city;
and vt will display aoBMvery
rrs1 Iff informing my friends and
scerally thatthaTetopened AM
V S BIIXURO gooirtoe
JK HI iw or u nan wmvH
,.s IntheClljof LonlsTlHe, on
.tltltDAt;' APEIL 89th, 1882.
Theedrsgi oeear monthly (Srmdays except-
hwOtmder prortoions of an An oz the uenerai am
Tne iihtted Jtates Orwat Ootrrt on Harsh 81
t InUnmrtna dAfltmlona: ,
l tbe Cosnmen wealth IMstdbatlon Com-
swings are fait
pany has now on bond a large reserre
the list of prizes for tbe
' , APBIL, DBA WINS.
in pjAl fth,.-......
T ; adPrixea, .EOOeeeh,......
1UU nUBBj s -xyw acu,...
FRESH MINERAL 1 iTER
Both Foreign and boDaOstir ,
Jnst Received, at
Dr.J.H.McAden's Drue Store
From Saratoga Springs, N. T. A new water re
sembling the imported Vichy. Hecommended
as an antacid, caree dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonlo and strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as g cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsia.
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
Q CASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
-Q OASIS BUFFALO LT.THIA.
And a fall supply of
Hunyarti Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Dosi. A wine glass full before breakfast.
The Lancet "Hunyedl Janos. Baron Lleblg af
firms that its richness In aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters."
Tim Britith Medical Journal "Honyadl Janos.
The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
Pro. VwvAote, Berlin. "Inrartably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Frqf. Bamberger, Vienna "I nave prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Pro. Becmxont, Wttrezburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander BrurUon, M. IX, r. B. &, London.
"More pleasant than Its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy." .
Prof. Atton, M. D. . F. R. 8., Royal Military Hos
pital, Netiey.-Preferred to Puima and Frled-richshall."
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Prizes. 60 each.
600 Prlsea. 20 each,
infia Pricea.- 10 eaeh.
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JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
North Tryon St, - - CHARLOTTE, H c.
DONT GO TO. SABATOQA
When you eaa get water Just as fresn ana spars-
r1 1 m a ooiow.".
J. EL MoADEN.
Druggist and Chemist
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night
again Tftry week.
ihe halanee rf the fear a boose rn Wilkes-
bor wtthireeffooms, kttcbn igaraen-
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CA.TBLAKTIC AND ! ERATIVE.
Is well known speetfte for CONSUMPTION, IN-
DI6ESTI0N, and all disorders of ttoeSTUJflALu,
L1VS3 and KIDN1Y8.
HINITT TEARS' popular use attests its punty,
safety and superiority to all waters of this class.
Avoid an coarse. Irritating waters, foreign and
domestic; they Impair the digestive organs and
kidneys, thereby inducing irreparable results
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