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The gftavtotttje flftsmrer.
'"FRIDAY. APRIE U. 1882. ;
Index to Ne. AdTertUementa.
? r ? ' , '
&' Ma Beed-Tohe Ladles
- ' BUSINESS NOTICES.
premature L,0 of Hair
, entirely prevented by toe use of BUB
iTT'q cuCOaINK No other compound pos
WB i thp necullar properties which so exactly
8eMhe varlocondltIons of tU Uuman hair It
an ins the hair when harsh and dry. It soothes
8.0 r?Ated scalp It affords the richest lustre. It
the lrrltatf' a sco v nromotea lt
...AiianM 1 I in l ' 1
Flc'rr odorous Kroth. it is not
"puy. It leaves no
disagreeable odor. It kills
drtBurnett's Flavoring Extracts are known to be the
.. cisnmis Cobb thus writes m the
M.rUtl'in r reemau: no nuiuu uj u uicaus ic-
n pnd any kind of medicine which we did not
f n to be Kood-partlcnlarly for infants. But of
ulS Wlnslow's Soothlnp Syrup we can speak from
. ..riPdiJe- In our own family It has proved a
knowicue , . iviiier an infant trnuhlBri with
TT7n nrSMiIsl ttw HA vmnnna ha
culic pains, quiet sleep,
at night. Most par
Here la an a
blPSSiiiK ,,iot lpn. and Its narents unknown
vrents can appreciate 'these
Li olniro Here l tui a. 1 1 iv,to TTiiiu wuiRo yrci-
?S iind which is harmless; for the sleep
nflla rtVlIaVi mmlra f-. nnM
h nh it -idords the infant it perrectiy natural, and
!L mtiVcberub awakes as "bright as a button."
l.h h rine the process of teething, Its value Is
.AI i!.,,i hle We have frequently heard mothers
1 thpv would not be without It from the birth of
li mitlll It had finished with the teething
' 'l in any consideration whatever. Sold by ail
.insists. 25 cents a Dome.
This Dowder never varies. A marvel of punty
strength and wholesomeness. More economlca
ihan the ordinary Unds and cannot be sold In
comDf tltlon with the multitude of low tst, short
weight, a uni or phosphate powders Sold only In
cans ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
uv23 New York.
LeRoy Davidson. Sole Agent, Charlotte. N. C.
WE are:now opening our new
priof and Summer Styles
Including all the latest novelties
In the MIL LIN KB Y LINE.
tn all the new styles, colors and Qualities.
Also, all the new styles and qnalltles of LACES,
embracing White Goods, Neck Wear, Hosiery
Gloves. Parasols. Ac the LARGEST and MOST
COMPLEX J STOCK IN THE CITY.
Our Pattern Hats and Bonnets
When we will be pleased to show the Ladles the
GHANDEST DISPLAY OF KINK MILLLNXBY
t&ey have ever seeu In this city.
Mrs. P. Query.
RECEIVED TO-DAY A NEW SUPPLY OF
BLACK, and GREEN TEAS,
for the retail trade.
R. II. JORDAN & CO.,
CJuaitg, Pints an.i Half Plnta, refreshing and last
ing. For sale by
R.II. JORDAN & CO.,
BY HUM. in Quarts, Platj and Half Pints.
Collates Violet and Florida Water.
K. II. JORDAN & CO.
ELECTEIC HAIR and FLE3H BRUSHIS,
R. H. JORDAN & CO.,
UN FLOWER SEED, for sale byl
R. II. JORDAN & CO.
For the Retail Trade, Just Received, by
R. H. JORDAN & CO.
A FINE STOCK
PAINT and WHITE WASH BRUSHES. All colors
PAINTS in small cans.
R. II. JORDAN & CO.,
S. M. HOWE
ZWXo mayor's court yesterday.
tThe carnival at the new skating
rink comes off to-night.
E"The connecting pipe has been at
tached to the water stand in the rear of
he court house.
tjTThe young men will give a hop
o night at the pleasure club rooms.
Dancing will commence at nine o'clock
JSFThe streets of the city were made
lively yesterday morning by the ming
ling musical sounds of many instru
ments, played upon by one man at the
same time. He was a walking curiositv
and took in the town.
tThere is a difference of opinion
among our people in regard to whether
there was frost yesterday morning.
Somes:ty there was frost; others say
there was none but we are glad to
state that alj agree that so far there is
no damage done to either the fruit or
OfSaid one Irishman to another, in
the employ of the water works, in ban
dying wit, yesterday evening : "Pat,
where do you board when you are in
New York? The other : I board at
i Wather Street, and I always works
tor the wather works, but I never
The Supposed Infanticide.
The jury in this case are summoned
to meet next Monday morning at ten
o'clock. They have now been occupied
with the investigation a considerable
time, and it is to be hoped that their
efforts will shortly result in the cen-
viction of the guilty party.
The Misses Watts, who have been on
a visit to their uncle. Cant. Harrison
Watts, of this city, left last evening for
New York, where they will remain
some time before returning to their
home in England.
Miss Linia Skinner, who has been on
a visit to her aunt, in this city, for some
time, left yesterday for her home, in
v innsboro, S. C. She was quite a fa
vrrite in the social circles of Charlotto.
It Is Said
That Charlotte ought to have a
That the colored hands quit work
on the standpipe.on Wednesday ."'cause
its too cold to work, sail."
That when the sun appears again
they will probably quit because it's too
That they really quit because they
had some money, and wanted time to
That young beans have been dam
aged by Wednesday night's frost.
About the Re-Charter of the Banks.
The Congressional Record of April
llth contains tfie fact that our imme
diate Representative in Congress had
presented the resolutions recently
adopted by the Charlc te Chamber of
Commerce to the Committee on Ways
and Means. The resolutions, it will be
remembered, were in favor of the re-
charter of the National Banks, and in
favor of the repeal of those laws in re
gard to our National Banks which still
levy war taxes on deposits, &c. Similar
petitions have been presented from a
number of other commercial bodies,
and they will undoubtedly have consid
erable effect in shaping legislation on
The Greenville Daily News believes
in lager beer and pretzels (we suppose
the former becausa it always goes with
he latter), and says a representative
was present Tuesday "when Geo. Heist,
the pretzel baker, received his mail. To
show the extent of his transactions he
had orders from Mississippi, Alabama,
Georgia, Florida and North and South
Carolina. Mr. Heist ships to nearly
every btate ana is the only pretzel
baker south of the Potomac. His busi
ness is rapidly increasing, and his goods
pronounced the very best made. His
orders multiply so fast he will soon
have to enlarge his manufactory." Very
good. Can't some of our bakers start
an enterprise of this kind?
An Artiul Dodger.
Jim Mack didn't, like his quarters,
and hi3 work in the city workhouse.
He went in there for an affray, and he
left on Tuesday, for what or where is
doubtful. He was a smart boy; this
was how he fooled Supt. Shinn : He
bandaged his ancle with some old rags
previous to having the ball and chain
decoration attached, and after he had
been at work cracking rock for a short
time, made some excuse for retiring into
- . . i -w-" it r
a corner or the yara. jrresenuy suinn
heard the gate rattle, and behold the
bird had flown I Jim had slipped off
his shackles with the old rags and quit
work without notice. The Supt. pur
sued him as far as the north depot but
finally abandoned the chase, and when
last heard from Mack was in the neigh
borhood of Rock Hill. Shinn offers a
quart of beer for the capture of the
fugitive; and swears Mack won t iooi
him with an old rag if he gets him
again. But he hasn't got him yet.
List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in the postof-
flce at Charlotte, April 10, 1882:
Tommie Anderson, Minerva An
drews, Mrs R J Alexander, Miss Beler
Brewer, James Brazen, Ella Barringer,
Liza Bynum, Mrs Bartley, S A Caruth
ers, Mrs. T H Cannon, Jennie Claborn,
J S Crenshaw,. Harriet Cloths, Alice
Crockett, Franklin Davis, T H Free
man, Esquire Freeman, colored, Thos
Fox. Jessie Hinton, Marthy Horton,
Ella Hislop, Mag Hunter, Thena Har
eraye, Josephine Jennings, JuliuKir
by, Ben Moore, Wilson Motey, Robert
Mack, Jim McLery, Sarah, Ann McNeil,
Mrs Honora Maxwell, Green MuUer,
J no Parks, colored, George Parks, Anna
Ricket, Banks Russell, Jacob Smith
Sallie Scott, Dorcus Stitt, Sandy Scott,
Tbos Tyson, J R Turner, Ellen Wilfong,
Mrs E A Weddington. Lula Weeks,
tt West. Moses Winfield, James Wil
liams. Carrie Williams, Mrs E A Wy
WhencaUing for any of heaboTe
please say "advertised.
W. W. Jenkins, P. M.
Constable On yesterday, arrested
Austin Howerton, who has been living
on J. W. Miller's plantation since the
first of March, charged with stealing a
horse from W. H. Hearne. in Stanly
county, on the night of the 13th of
March last. He had a preliminary trial
before Justice Waring but no definite
point could be arrived at as the accused
made oath that he could prove an alibi.
The case was consequently continued
until next Thursday, the 20th. The
justice bound the prisoner in a bond of
five hundred dollars, in default of which
he was lodged in jaiL
Listen to Father Evans.
Five dogs killed on the streets yes
terday. Charlotte Observer, 9th.
Send your dog-slayer this way we
have about 250 worthless sheep-killing,
egg-sucking, half-starved dogs here that
ought to be killed. They are fit for
nothing on earth but to bark and steal.
They have cleaned out the last sheep
in the settlement Milton Chronicle.
Well, if you have no more sheep to
kill, we can't see that it would do any
good to kill the dogs, but just as you
say. Our dog killers are too busy to
"come down," tiut if you could manage
to send your dogs "up here," we will see
to it that an accommodating policeman
shall try his hand no, pistol on them.
The Introduction of the Baptist Denom
ination in America.
BaptistB in Charlotte, and elsewhere,
who are readers of The Observer,
will tbe interested in the following,
clipped from the Baptist Weekly, of
New York city. Mr. E. R. Dodge, for
some years superintendent of the Wes
tern Union telegraph office, here, is a
descendant of the now famous Trist-
tram , and a kinsman of Robert Dodge,
who is preparing the history. Says the
New York paper :
Robert Dodge, a descendant ofj Tris
tram Dodge, one of the first settlers of
Block Island, has just completed, after
much labor, an interesting history of
his ancestors, "Tristram Dodge and his
descendants in America, with historical
and descriptive accounts of Block Is
land and Cow Neck, Long Island, their
Tristram Dodge came from England,
and hrst settled Jtsiock island, April,
1C61. His grandsons were of the ear
lier settlers of Cow Neck, Long Island,
and, with his son, of New 'London,
Conn., was the founder of the very nu
merous Dodge Family, of the Middle
and Northerwestern States.
The book gives from original and
contemporary entries, his history, to
gether with a complete record of the
public service of the distinguished
members of the families of his descend
ants. The history of Block Island and
Cow Neck are here first written from
the original sources. It also gives the
first history of the establishment of
the Baptist denomination in Englard,
its persecution and introduction into
this country through this family.
The work will be an acquisition to
every library, and to scholars and his
torians it rwill be indispensable. The
author, Robert Dodge, Esq., of the New
i ork Bar. No. 11 Wall steet, is now in
viting subscriptions, and will print th
book in quantities sufficient only to fill
these advance subscriptions. 1 vol
about 300 pp. Price S3 per copy. The
work is now completed, and will be
printed when an adequate subscription
Hotel Arrivals Yesterday.
Central Hotel. A C Freeman,
Albemarle, NC; J Q Holland, Gaston,
N C : J P Little. Richmond coun
C; A D Scarborough, McGilead
W E Blalock, Norwood, N C
derman, W G MacRae, R W Hicks, Wil
mington, NC; William R Pinnerman,
Asheville, N C ; KL Steele, Jr, Rock
ingham, N C; R Smith, Lowell, NC;
ID Stone, county; John A Ramsey,
Salisbury, N C ; A M Diggles, J N Mer
rill, W D Martin, A Simmonds, J F
leynolds, S G Bertram, J F Baker, J B
Guest, New York ; C B Justice, W M
Justice, Rutherf ordton ; C E McCleer,
Wilot, Richmond, Va; W Reade. Ala-
Dama; McD .Norwood, Durham, JN C;
B Y Warner, W B Burgess, Greens
boro, Ga; A T Searle, Hornsdale, Pa;
J as A Leach, Thomasville, NC; Wm
T Newman, W Hugus, J Y Sage, J W
Oliver, Atlanta, Ga; Dr. Thomas Hall,
Boston, Mass ; L R Warren, Virginia ;
F Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio; A Mc
Queen, Red Banks, N C; J W Bulla, W
E Gibson, Washington, DC; J J Perry,
Bellair, N C ; W A Hoke, Lincolntom
N C; Sam M Addler, Wm L Dalian, S
A Williamson, Baltimore, Md ; W H
Hearne, Albemarle, NC; Dr EHunt-
ev. W J Boylin, Monroe, N C ; R C
Koerber, Central, S C ; R A McLean,
Charlotte Hotel. S C Atkins,
Virginia; Lewis W Fry, WZ Hamp
ton, Clemonsville ; Daniel Smith, C H
Henry, N C Colt, . Baltimore ; Chas T
Stewart, R M S; W A Leeper, An
drew Smith, Garibaldi; O P Heath, S
C; Miss Laura Bruce, JnoL Truman,
Statesville; G A Garland, NERE;
Rev C A Plyler, Lancaster, S C ; M A
Jones, Richmond, Va ; F P Curtis, But
ler, Tenn ; A R Moore, Greenville, S C;
J B Bruce, Tradersville ; T D Chandler,
W M Anderson. Mayesville, S C ; A J
Hoffman, Rock Hill; Jno McGee, Pine
ville, N C ; W Y Perkins, Monroe, N C ;
J S Smith, Lincoln county, N C.
Reception at the Home and Hospital-
Poplar Street Corner of Sixth.
To the Editor of The Charlotte Observer.
As the addition to the Home and
Hoaoital is now completed, it is open to
the inspection of the public, and all are
invited to visit it.
On Thursday next, April 20th, the
lady managers will be at the Home
from 2 till 7 p. m to welcome all who
call. They will be happy to receive all
. . . - a. iV.: 1 . 4.
wno ta&e an interest m mia vutuiby.
As the building has taxed the re
source of the Home fund very heavily,
thfi managers ask for aid in turnishing
the new rooms. Not for new furniture.
hut. for such articles of household use
as each housekeeper may feel able to
Rnarfi a table or a chair, a pmow or
mat, a curtain or window shade, bits of
ramflt. or anvthinjr available. Any
contribution will be of use and will be
received with thanks. Articles may be
sent to the Home on Thursday, or if
rh name of article and donor be Riven
to one of the managers or to the matron,
it will be sent for.
As thia community has shown itself
always- ready to respond to ealls of
charity from abroad, the Bftaaagera hope
that thia hopje charity wiU be sustain
ed nnri that orarreta and lumber rooms
will he raasacked to find spare bits to
furnish comforts for this Home for the
ainfe and friendless.
Managers Home and Hospital.
An Answer to"C. M. I." in Regard to
the 20th of May Celebration.
To the Editor of The Observer.
The article of "C. M L" in to-day's
Observer meets with our entire ap
probation with one exception, viz: The
proposition to admit to the competitive
drill the cadets of the Military Insti
tute. Our objections to this is that the
State militia have not the advantage of
the daily training which is a part of the
education of the cadets, and in which
they are daily exercised, while we of
the militia are only periodically called
out for instruction and drill. We do
not feel that it would be any reflection
upon our militia organizations to ac
cede to the daily trained cadets of mili
itary institutes a proficiency in drill to
which it is not expected we can attain.
We would be pleased if "C. M.l.
Would pro pose a competitive drill for
cadets of military institutes who may
favor us with their presence on the oc
casion, and will co-operate in any
scheme which may be determined upon
tor obtaining a suitaDie prize to be
awarded to the victors, and in finding
comfortable quarters to visiting schools
Mining in North Carolina
To the Editor of The Observer.
Seeing a paragraph in last week's Ob
server, stating that "the mines in the
vicinity of Charlotte are doing well, I
would say, as one who wishes all suc
cess to-the mining business in North
Carolina, that I am glad to understand
those mines now in operation have a
good prospect, as the majority of them
in the legitimate sense of the word are
Although the word "mine" is used
here sometimes for a hole ten feet deep,
a shaft fifty feet or even five hundred
feet in depth is not a mine. It is neces
sary to have levels, stopes and cross
cuts, to develop the character and
width of the mineral body the vein con
tains, before it can properly be called a
mine. sav a level is, driven rrom a
shaft at fifty feet from tbe surface, and
another at one hundred the mineral
body between the levels is what we
used to term "ore in sight ;"and this put
a value on a mine, either good or poor.
One great hindrance to mining enter
prise here is that such extravagant
prices are aked for all properties show
ing any indication of gold, the owners
not taking into consideration the fact
that some gold can be found in other
places than fissure veins,- as, for in
stance in gash veins, counter veins, &c,
of which no mine can be made.
Another drawback of this State is
that so many places have been "salted"
in past years, or, in other words. North
ern capitalists have been swindled by
being induced to pay large sums of
money for what were represented to
them as raining properties, but which
in many cases were not worth five dol
lars for mining purposes. The result
of this is that really good properties
suffer in reputation; owing to the de
ception practiced with respect to oth
However, I sincerely trust that the
time will soon come when capitalists
will renew their confidence in North
Carolina; and that fwould quickly raise
the State into a flourishing condition,
its resources being great, not only in
the precious metals, but also in copper,
lead, coal and iron. In fact, this State
ought to be ahead of Colorado, instead
of fifty years behind it.
Charlotte, April 5th, 1882.
TO THE LADIES !
I AM now permanently located In Gen. John
ston's brick house, on Tron street, between
7th and 8th streets, where I will continue the
business of DKESS MAKING, calls solicited.
Mrs MARY REED
Orders left with Messrs. Wltikowsky fc Barach
will be promptly delivered.
Corner College and Trade Streets,
(L. W. PERDUE'S OLD STAND,)
and adding- to onr already large Stock
A FULL LINE OF
AT BOTTOM PRICE&
We are ready and wljl be glad to serre our
old friends and the Dubllc generally with Goods
in our line as LOW as the LOWEST, and respect
fully solicit a share of your patronage.
A. J. Beall&Co.
P. 8. We ha?e 1 .000 bushels White Com to
sell ON TIME. Those In need will do well to call
and see us.
FOB the balance of the year a house In Wilkes
boro, with three rooms, kitchen and garden
at $8 per month. Apply at THE MINT.
TAKE Pleasure in informing my friends and
the Dubllc generally that 1 hare onened AN
ELEGANT BAB and BILLIABD BOOM in the
Central Hotel, just In rear of the. office, where at
ail times can De iouna me cnoicesi witira ana
LIQUORS. W. B. CPCHBANE.
"DEEP ABED at all hours day or night, at reason
X ble prices, of the deal materials and by com
iarm acuta, at
Prog btore, Trade street
T Bill DIES and Whiskeys for Medical use, guar-
anteed of tbe best quality an reasonable In
price. WILSON arBTJBWELL.
T7IVK Barrels Raw- Linseed Oil. 6 barrels Boiied
.ft? Linseed Oil, 5,000 pounds a ura wnue Lead,
5 barrels Maonlne Oil.
WILSON ft BUBWKLL,
jMHOCO LATE, Nelson's 6efatlner Mustard and
KJ Spices ox an kumh. ' jftcsb arrival as
WILSON ft BUB WILL'S
apr9 Drag Store.
HAVE JUST OPENED
A LARGE LINE
Worsted Erocks and Vests.
WILL BE COMPLETE,
WE WILL PRESENT
GREAT CAM HAS BEEN GIVEN
TO OUB PBODUCTIONS
Oar C&3 Goods have all been
onl we will display some tery
IN THE LITEST and MOST CORRECT STYLES.
I D. Latta 4 M,
i f mm
FOE THIS WEEK.
Of Every Description, Including
THE NEWEST IMPORTATIONS.
REDUCED IN PRICE:
Our Handsome Lit and Dark Printed Nainsooks
100 PIECES LINEN LAWNS
SOLID BLACK, SOLID WHITE, WHITE GROUND "With BLACK FIGURES,
BLACK GROUND with WHITE
with Figures tn all Colors. Tbey are
25g REDUCED PROM 65c0.
OF EVERT FABRIC, AND
LADIES' NECK W EAR,
Best tn the World.
FOR SALE BY J. 8, SPENCER &. CO
and FIELDS BROS., Charlotte, N. C
DR. A. W. ALEXANDER.
DB. C. L. ALEXANDER.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Office o Trade street
over L. Berwanger&
Bro's c othlng store.
' Office hours from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Central Hotel Building.
Our stock consists of a well selected assortment of
goods kept lntne BOOK BUSINESS.
Miscellaneous and School Books,
Sunday School Books and Bibles
Of all grades, pocket and family, Photograph and
Autograph Albums, fine and cheap Box Paper,
Pocket Books, Work Boxes, Ink and Ink Stands,
WrltiDg Paper and Envelopes, Paper Weights,
Block Games, Scrap Books, Tablets, Velvet and
Ch-ap Frames, crayons. Slates. Penholders, Slate
and Lead Pencils. Black Board Rubbers, Blank
and Pass Books, Blotting Paper, Bristol Board,
Card Board, Copy Books, Gam, Rubber and Rub
ber Bands,Bubber Penholders.a large stock of Gold
Pens always on hand, Composition Books, Ac,
Also tbe largest assortment of Wall Paper and
Window Shades of every description, Picture
Nails, Wire and Worsted Picture Cords, Chromos,
Dining Room Pictures, all of which are sold at ex
ceedingly LOW PRICES.
Subscriptions taken for all the Dally and Weekly
Papers; Magazines a specialty. Also agent for
Butterlck Patterns Wrapping, News and Paper
Bags always on hand.
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
TIDDY & BROTHER.
I DESIRE to announce to the public that I am
now prepared to do washing and ironing In the
best possible manner. I have succeeded in get
ting better water than I nave been using, and will
now agree to take family washing by the month
as follows: For handkerchiefs, towels, socks and
napkins at one and a half cents each. All ether
family goods at 8 cents per article, except lace cur
The prices are extremely low and every respecta
ble family in Charlotte can afford to give me a
trial, Tbe washing of each family is kept separ
ate, and ladles' clothing is bandied exclusively by
females. I wUltoattsjttfee bouse for the wash and
deliver tt within three days.
Ia8kedthepabiltdtay iio attention to outside
reports about mr'bUBlaees, as I guarantee satisfac
tion or make no charge.
L. HATMANN, Prop'r,
aprll Enterprise Bte&m Laundry.
WITTKOWSKY s. BARuCH
V Unli ,ljit!
FIGURES, WHITE GROUND
Belts I aces.
A COMPLETE LIJiE OF
0rugB and JtlerUctueb.
FRESS MINERAL WATER
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received, at
DrJJMdens Draff Store
F'-om Saratoga Springs. N. T. A new water re
sembling the Imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid, cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and in all forms of dyspepsia.
g CASES CONGRESS WATER,
JO CASES ROCKBRIDGE ALUM,
-J Q CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Hunyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Doex A wine glass fall before breakfast
The Lancet "Hunyadi Janos. Baron Lleblg af
firms that its richness in aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters."
The British Medical Journal "Hunyadi Janos.
The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
Prof. Yxrcltov, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof. Bamberger, Vienna "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Hcanzoni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander Brunton, X. 7)., V. B. 8., London.
"More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy."
Prof. Aiken, M. D., F. R. B., Royal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pullna and Frled
rlchshalL" JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
North Tryon St, - - CHARLOTTE, N. C.
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When you can get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as when it flows from tbe spring at Saratoga.
We receive this water tn large block tin reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be replied
again every week. J- H. moadkw,
Druggist and Chemist
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night
CATHARTIC A If AJL EBATIVF,
Is a well known specific for CONSUMPTION, 1N
DlfiESTfoN, and all disorders of the STOMACH,
LIVER and KIDNEYS.
NINETY TEARS' popular use attests its purity,
safety and superiority to all waters of this class.
Avoid all coarse, Irritating waters, foreign and
domestic; tbey Impair the digestive organs and
kidneys, therebyinduciiig Irreparable results j
Nane Ctettnln Bold on Draught
Biarl 2m eotJ
IRH I! VI hi,