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"SATURDAY. APRtL 15, 1882.
Index to New, Advertisements.
Wrner's 9' K'Sney and Liver Cure.
m . A N M Tailors-Private Bmrdli.g.
vrtiViiiuable Property for Sale.
S." Mi Howell-Ba tern Yam.
il U SIN ESS NOTICES.
premature Loan of flair
... entirely prevented by the use of
nkTT'S COCOA INS. No other compound
V?.. h nt-cullar properties which so ei
. i'h curious conditions of tl.o uuuian hair
inftensthe hair when harsh and dry. It soothes
irritated sca'p It affords the richest lustre. It
n Events the hair rrom railing on. u promotes its
x.,..,ihv vigorous crovth. It Is not greasy nor
no disagreeable odor. It
J Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are known to be the
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup.
Rev Sylvanus Cobb thus writes In the Boston
christian Freeman: We would by no means re
,inend any kind of medicine which we did not
knnw to be good particularly for Infants. But of
Mrs Wlnslow's Soothing- Syrup we can speak from
?iwMslpdee- In our own family It has proved a
iTssl ne indeed, by giving an Infant troubled with
" ,j " .,.ilns quiet sleep, and Its parents unknown
n'it it nle'ht. Most parents can appreciate these
iiniirs Here is an article which works to per
f 'rtiii 'il and which Is tiarmless; for the sleep
which It affords the Infant Is perfectly natural, and
till lilt le cherub awakes as "bright as a button."
A nd during the process of teething. Its value is
,, ..,(.,. lable. We have frequently heard mothers
v'the! -would not be without it from the birth of
the child till It had finished with the teething
, L.re mi any consideration whatever. Sold by all
dniailsts. 25 cents a bottle.
Thl3 powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economlca
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. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
ov23 New York.
T.eBoy Davidson. Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
The Brown Cotton Bin Co., New London, Ct.,
Israel F. Broirn, Prts't. Edw. T. Brown, Treat.
These machines nm light, make flue sample, and
claanthe seed properly. Best English oast steel In the
saws ; the teeth will not bend, break off, or tarn back,
Iron pulleys throughout, brush strongly made, with
adjustable boxes, cast steel journals and two belts
one at each end ensuring cool bearings, full speed,
and steady motion, (only Gin In market having this
Improvement.) Extra large shafts to saw and brush
cylinders. Strong iron frame best materials, supe
rior workmanship, una finish.
tS"More Brown Gins have been sold during the past
three seasons than any other two mokes combined. Mr.
Israel F.Brown (from 1813 to 1868 of the firm of E. T.
Taylor & Co. of Columbus, Ga.), the president of the
company, has had a longer practical experience in
making Gins than any other man living. Present facili
ties for manufacturing and shipping un equaled by any
other establishment of th3 kind in the world. Hence
our very low prices for such superior machines.
l'rlce List of 0158, Feeders and Condensers.
n m a
jjj "liniliiiiiilllilllillllllllllrMITfrrffl pTj
Price with Price- with
tkua Prices of Self- Self
Gins. Feeder or Feeder and
) sa w a 75 00 $T00 00 $125 00
k " 87 50 116 00 1 60
t " 100 00 13S 50 188 00
45 " J12 60 1M 00 179 60
to ' 125 00 160 00 195 00
to " 140 CO ISO 00 220 00
'0 " 160 00 06 00 282 00
80 " 180 00 232 00 28 00
DTNote the prices and Improvements t don't be
deceived or allow yourself to be talked Into buying
other gins. Our machines are fully guaranteed. If
not satisfied with our guarantee place your order with,
.my responsible merchant of your-acquaintance and
get him to buy for you. Time, when desired will be
given to any responsible person. Write for descriptive
circular with hundreds of testimonials from enterprising-
BROWN COTTON GIN CO.,
New London, Conn
Corner College and Trade Streets,
(L. W. PERDU'3 CLD 8TAND.)
iitl adding toour already large Slock
A FULL LINE OF
Choice Family Groceries,
AT BOTTOM PBICE3.
Mr We are ready and will be glad to serve our
ola friends and the public generally with Goods
In our line as LOW as the LOWE8T, and respect
fully solicit a share of jour patronage.
V ft XCa t,i- t irn ViuohAla White Corn to
sell ON TIME. Those In need will do well to call
tW No mayor's court yesterday.
tW Yesterday was a cloudy cool day.
ItOur farmers are now busy plant
ing corn and cotton.
SSFVVork was commenced yesterday
on east Trade street preparatory to
paving the sidewalks and macadamizing
tS'Tlie public are informed that let
ters deposited in the city post office af
ter ten o'clock at night are not mailed
until next d;iy.
CA "carnival" was held at the new
rink last night, a few of the visitors
appearing in masquerade costumes,
mostly of a nondescript character how
ever. Bicycle riding'was also indulged
in at intervals.
CSThere are thirty-three white mil
itary companies in the State, all of
whom have been invited to attend the
celebration here on the 20th of May
next, besides many other companies in
South Carolina and Georgia.
WThe Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, of
Brooklyn, New York, lectured to a
large and appreciative audience in Ral
eigh Wednesday night. His subject
ws the "Bright Side of Things."
Couldn't the Doctor be persuaded to re
peat his lecture in Charlotte ?
ESTMr. J. A. Elliott has presented
Tue Observer with a few well-grown
strawberries, grown in his garden with
in the corporate limits of the city, the
first we have seen. Mr. E. presented us
iast year with the first of this luscious
fruit, and is entitled to the "cake."
tSPThe revival meetings at the Cal
vary Mission church conducted by Rev.
J. W. Wheeler, pastor, assisted by Rev.
J. F. Butt, are being well attended.
Much interest is manifested'and quite
a number have professed religion and
many others are penitent.
Further Charges Against the Reputed
Messrs. Misenheimer and Morris,
from Cabarrus county, were over here
yesterday after the man Howerton, ar
restee on Thursday, on a charge of
hors(.-dtealinr in Stanly county. It ap
pears thai he is wanted for the theft of
another horse and mule in Cabarrus
county, and the gentlemen named were
anxious to assure themselves of his safe
The Lenoir Topic of April 12th sajs:
We interviewed the Taylorsville mail
carrier, who nownd then gives us an
item, as to the grand epidemic of one
case of smallpox reported to be raging
around the Alexander poor house.
"There ain't no smallpox in that part of
the county," he replied. "Well, in what
portion of the county is it raging V" we
asked, sharpening a pencil and feeling
for paper. "A leetle below Charlotte."
All of which is news in Charlotte.
There -has n t been a case of smallpox
in or near Charlotte since the war.
On the llth instant Mr. W. M. Liles,
of Sugar Creek, was united in marriage
at the residence of the bride's father, to
Miss MollieS., the accomplished daugh
ter of Mr. S. 3. Caldwell. The rite was
performed by the Rev. J. M. Whary, in
a most lrapivsai.v and beautitul man
ner, in the presence of a large number
of the friends of the contracting parties.
Shortly aftur the marriage coremony
the company was invited to partake of
a magnificent repast prepared for the
occasion. To the newly joined pair The
Observer extends granulations and
The Concord Sun announces the fact
that W. Sraithdeal, an old frii'nd, will
shortly move from Salisbury to Concord
to engage in the hardware business.
Thought you were making too much
money in Salisbury to change, but if
you had to do so why didn't you come
about 20 mires further South, to the
livest place in the State?
Mr. T. T. Duffy, of Dubuque, Iowa,
and brother of Mr. P. F. Duffy, of The
Observer staff is on a visit to Char
lotte. Mr. Samuel Bear, of New York,
treasurer of the Adams mining and re
duction company is in the city.
B. Drake, Esq., of the Stateaville
American was in the city yesterday.
Mr. D. M. Vance, will shortly go to
Texas, to grow up with the country.
The Concord Sun says: Capt. Orch
ard, the Tucker mine superintendent,
shipped two gold bricks to Philadelphia
last Saturday. It was 500 pennyweights,
and for one week's work will do pretty
Hotel Arrivals Yesterday.
Central Hotel Thos T McCand
less,BT Smilie, Atlanta; Jno B Lil
lard, S Levy, Samuel Baer, Jno, L Ash
mead, Jr, Mr nd Mrs HC Hardy, H
Fulenerider, New York; H C DunlaR,
J N Little, Geo M Traylor, J C A Boa
nan, Georgia; P E Collins Pittsbufg,
Pa ; W II Davis, E F Hall, L L Lanier,
Philadelphia, Pa. ; S E Bishop. Chcraw,
SC; LC DeSaussure, South Carolina ;
F M Johnston, Davie county, N C; Jno
T Vann, Dr J W Huckabee, Richmond,
Va; Pride Jones, North Carolina; Geo
D Sulden, Erie, Pa; J F Rogers, King's
Mountain; Ike Lowman, S M Adler,
Raltimoret 8 C Johnston and son, jnew
Jersey; EB Drake, Stateaville ; James
Robertson and wife, T J Renfrow and
wife, Band N C Mine; o ouuvy,
Wilmington : T P Mitchell, W F Mitch
ell, Fairfield, N C; Capt J E Hoey and
wife, Faison, N C; Master n x uien
wider, Shelby; C II Overman, Reids
villft NC: RJ Tatum, Laurinburg.
CnARLOTTE Hotel. J M Fitch, Jas
a Mc.Kinnev. Caswell, NC; Jno J iazi-
nr .T A Ycuncr Jr,; R & DR Ri Capt
E' Everett,' Wilmington, N C; S B
Townsend, Laurel Hill, S C; J E Mas-
sey Fort Mills; B J Misenneimer, r ju.
Morris, Concord ; J A Belk, Rutherford
rv,iwp N Ci Prof Wm Baker, London,
i?ia,i. u TT Gladden and lady,
B K Humphries, Whitaker's, S C; L L
Suggs,' II M Rhyne, Dallas, NC; WM
TTnpr Lowell.N C : C N Corney, Bal-
Md: Caleb McKeel, Cold
Springs, N J; LC McKnitt, J E Gower,
A colored man, name unknown, fell
down in a fit on the Carolina Central
platform yesterday afternoon. He was
for some time thought by th bystand
ers to be dying, as he lay unconscious
for near half an hour. Water was
sprinkled on him and other means
taken to bring him round, and eventu
ally he was able to get up and walk off.
University Normal School Programme.
The superintendent and the assistant
superintendent of the next University
Normal School, Hon-M. A. Newell, now
superintendent of public instruction in
Maryland, and Prof. Edward P. Moses,
now superintendent of graded school,
Goldsboro, met in Richmond on the
10th inst, to complete the programme
of the next normal school. We will
publish It as soon as possible.
The Municipal flection in Salisbury.
Salisbury, N..C, April 12, 1882.
To the Editor ol The Observer.
In your Sunday's paper you were
good enough to give us a ticket for our
municipal election. I can have no idea
who could have made up that ticket for
Salisbury; certainly no one who has
given a moment's thought to the sub
ject. A great many think the thing was
gotten up in Charlotte as a joke; it
might bear that construction without
straining. Others think that owing to
the number of fossils on the ticket, that
the writer was afraid to haul it into a
Salisbury printing office for fear that it
would be put into a cabinet collection.
At any rate, th ticket would not be
one that the people of Salisbury would
care to elect at this time, especially
when you take into consideration the
progressive interests of the place. Sal
isbury has been looking up in business
for some time, and a good board of
aldermen, with progressive ideas, could
do a great deal for the place, especially
in the way of permanent road (street)
improvements. We must have young,
fresh, progressive men to step in and
relieve the old fogy set ; men who will
strain a point to get out of the old rut
on to hard, smooth ground; in short,
active young men, who expect to "live
and let live" here, and not old men, who
are waiting to die, and like to run the
town while they are waiting.
This class of men have had the city
affairs in charge for years, and instead
of progressing they have been march
ing in a double quick retrograde move
ment, crushing out energy and enter
prise on the part of worthy young men
to satiate their -own greed for gain.
Look at our handsome well frames!
Look at our fine (V) sidewalks! Look
at the handsome sheds sheltering our
sidewalks! Look at our display of
beautiful beef and sweet smelling fish
stands, so near the "path" on Main
street as to cause our ladies to dodge,
and catch up their skirts in passing!
Look at the handsome; yea, palatial
row of wooden shanties erected in less
than fifty yards of the public square, in
clear violation of an ordinance which
says that no wooden structure shall be
erected on either of four blocks touch
ing the public square, or words to that
Yes, Mr. Editor, there is a decided
feeling among many of our best citi
zens that a change for the better can
and must be made. How is this to be
done? Elect the same old board of
aldermen and mayor? This would
hardly need an answer, when they have
shown by their works that improve
ment is not wanted. Do you suppose
men who do not improve their own
property would improve that of a town ?
We want men of capital to locate here ;
with this class of men in the lead they
are not likely to be attracted. We must
be rid of old fogyism. The majority of
the men you mention are shrewd
business men, ye,t they lack that spirit
of public improvement, believing what
was considered good fifty years ago all
that is needed to-day. They have no
ambition to make Salisbury more at
tractive than it is now. We have all
the advantages to make one of the
most beautitul towns in JNortn caro-
ina, if the authorities would only help
nature a little. Hopeful.
ANOTHER TICKET SUGGESTED.
For Mayor Theo. Buerbaum.
North Ward L S Overman, L W
South Ward E, J Holmes, S II Wiley.
E.ist Ward John Snider, J S Bryant.
West Ward J D Gaskill, P M Bern
nirdt. ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Madame Autran widow of the author
of "poems de la Mer," died recently leav-
ng a will or strikingly impartial nature.
'.t orders that her heart shall be placed
n the tomb of her second husband in
France, but her body in her first hus
band s tomb in America.
The Queen of England has now reign
ed about 44 years. The salaries and per
quisites paid to her ana ner ramiiy win
average fully 05,000,000 a year, or dur
ing the period of her reign the enormous
sum of $220,000,000.
For selling adulterated milk in New
York citv last year 350 persons were
prosecuted in the criminal courts, and
the collected fines amounted to $11,657.
The convicted offenders during the past
month were thirty-three, and nnes
Tha northern churches are it is said
expending from $800,000 to 81,000,000
yearly in churches and schools in the
south, chiefly in schools. All the 1,500
colored Methodist Episcopal churches
are used as scnooi-nouses. as near a
estimated, the principal denominations
of north have expended more than 813,
nno in thfi south for school and church
purposes in the last 15 years.
Annf.hpr marriaere in hieh life is
imnfinriini? at Berlin, the parties being
the Hungarian giant Drasal and the
Prussian mantess Marian. Each is said
tn ha over fiicrht feet hieh. This will be
the third union of the kind in recent
"T am nnfl of the sunerintendenU
hom and mr hrnthers are the others."
remarked ex-Postmaster-General Jewell
to a visitor to his great leatner Deitmg
manufactory at Hartford the other day.
w. aro all nrartical in this business:
f! U VI f " - '
we are tanners by trad.e, I can put on
an anrnn and do anv Work in OUr faC-
tory, irom tne currying oi jeatup w mo
finishing of a belt.
The following well-known persons
are over 70 years of age : Ralph Waldo
umownnl!) Hharles (TOonnor 78 : David
. - Jl 1 Al
Dudley Field 77; Charles Francis Ad
ams John G.Whittier and Jefferson
Davis, each 74; Oliver Wendell Holmes
qtii pnmAiina K. Garrison 73 : Jeremi
ah S. Black Robert Toombs and Phineas
T. Barnum 72; Wendell rnunps i ;
Judah P. Benianmin Alexander H. Ste
phens andiioratio oeyniuin; w,
If You are Rained
.. - A.nMl.llv tvtm f ho UNA
in neaun rrom auy uo, "t T-
or anv oi ine mous auu uubuuuio . f -
largely, with long fictitious testimonials, have no
fear. Resort to Hop Bitters at once, a"'"B
time you mil have the most robust and blooming
To all who are suffering from 1J:
oss of manhood, Ac., I wUl senda re that win
cure you. FREE of CHARGE. TW great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in iouth America.
. -rr"r ti - -j .i.j aitalnr wi r no KIEV.
J qsEPH T. IN MAM, Station D, Ne York City.
Mann n- 1 1 -w i ii mwwiii cutcivwv n. uv
Death of a Prominent Pythian.
Richmond State, April 7.
A telegram was received here this
morning by Leroy S. Edwards, Esq,
Grand Secretary of the State, informing
him of the death of Joseph Dowdallu
preme Keeper of the Records and Seal
of the Knights of Pythias of the Uni
ted States, which unlooketl-f or and sad
event occurred at Columbus, Ohio, last
night Mr. Dowdall was elected to the
position he filled in the order in 1875,
and held it at the time of his death. He
was about fifty-five years of age. Ener
getic, faithful, and devoted to every in
vest entrusted to him a noble and
pure man his death will be universally
lamented. While he held the responsi
ble office of Supreme Keeper of Records
and Seal in the Knights of Pythias, he
was likewise not less prominent in other
benevolent orders. Recently he was the
Grand Master of the LO.O.F. of Ohio.
The Knights of Richmond will take
suitable action to show thier respect for
A FEW Boarders eaa find good accommodation
two blocks from the Public Square, on Tryon
street, at cheap rates, Apply to
aprl6 .3t Mbs A. N. M. TAYLOR.
Valuable Property for Sale.
rpHK Baptist Church property, located on the
X corner of B and 7th streets, In the city of
Charlotte. For terms, Ac, Inquire of m
T. Li. VAIL.
At Traders' National Bank,
aprlS 3t Charlotte, N. C,
LOUISIANA SWEET POTATOES,
at greatly reduced prices, at
S. M. HOWELL'S.
Disease is an effect, not a cause. Its origin is
within ; its manifestations without. Hence, to cure
the disease, the causb must be removed, and In
no other way can a cure ever be effected. WAR
NEB'S SAFE KIDNEY and LIVEB CURE Is es
tablished on Just this principle. It realizes that
95 PER CENT.
of all diseases arise from deranged kidneys and
liver, and it strikes at onee at the root of the diffi
culty. The elements of which it Is composed act
directly upon these great organs, both as a food
and restorer, and, by placing them in a healthy
condition, drive disease and pain from the sys
tem For the innumerable troubles caused by un
healthy Kidneys, Liver and Urinary Organs; for
the distressing Disorders of Women; for Malaria,
and for physical derangements generally, this
great remedy has no equal. Beware of lm posters,
Imitations and concoctions said to be Just as good.
For Diabetes, ask for WARNER'S SAFE DIA
BETES CURE.- For sale by all dealer?.
U. II. WARNER & CO.,
Roc heater, N. Y.
we are:now opening our new
Including all tbe latest novelties
in tbe MILL1NKBY LINE.
In all the new styles, colors and qualities.
Also, all the new styles and Qualities of LACES,
embracing White Goods. Neck Wear, Holery
Gloves, Parasols, kc, the LAKGK8T and MOST
COMPLETE STOCK IN THE CITY.
Our Pattern Hate and Bonnets
Oa Monday, March 27th,
When we will be pleased to show the Ladles tbe
GRANDEST DISPLAY OF FINE MlLLINEfiY
they have ever seen In tills oly.
. P. Query.
PREPARED at all hours day or night, at reason
bie prices, of the best materials and by com
petent pharmacists, at
WILBUfl IK BUKWfiLli'a
apr9 Drug btore, Trade street.
BRANDIES and Whiskeys for Medical use, guar
anteed of the best quality and reasonable In
price:1' WILSON ft BUB WELL,
FIVS Barrels Raw Linseed Oil. 5 barrels Boiled
Linseed Oil, 5,000 pounds Pure White Lead,
5 Darreis machine uu.
WILSON & BUS WELL,
apry Trade Street.
CHOCOLATE, Nelson's Gelatine, Mustard and
J Spices vt all Kmds. rresn arrival i
W ILSON & BUB WELL'S
aprfl Drug Store
S. M. HOWELL.
HAVE JUST OPENED
A LARGE LINE
Spring Cass. Suite,
Worsted Frocks and Vests.
WILL BE COMPLETE,
WE WILL PRESENT
GREAT CARE HAS BEEN GIVEN
TO OCB PBODUCTIONS
Cur fine GooUs na7e all been
MADE m ORDER
and we will diiplay some very
lit THE LATEST and MOST CORRECT STYLES.
1 1 Iflu I L
FOE THIS WEEK.
Of Every Description, Including
THE NEWEST IMPORTATIONS.
REDUCED IN PRICE:
Our Handsome Light and Dark Printed Nainsooks
SOLID BLACK, SOLID WHITE, WHITE GROUND Willi BLACK FIGURES,
BLACK GROUND witU WHITE FIGURES, WHITE GROUND
with Figures in all Colors. They are
25S REDUCED FKOM Gog.
OF EVRY FABRIC, AND
LADIES' NECK WEAR,
REAL SPANISH LACE TISSUES.
Best In the World.
FOR SALE BV J. S, SPENCER & CO
and FIELDS BROS., Charlotte, N. C-
DR. A. W. AIJEXA-NDEB. DB C. L. ALEXANDER.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Office on Trade street
over L. Berwangr &
Bro's clothing store.
Office hours from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. si
loots j Stationery
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Central Hotel Building.
Our stock consists of a well selected assortment of
goods kept In the BOOK BUSINESS.
Miscellaneous and School Books,
Sunday School Books and Bibles
Of all grades, pocket and family. Photograph and
Autograpn AiDums. nne and cneap vox. raper,
Pocket Books, Work Boxes, Ink and Ink Stands,
Writing Paper and Envelopes, Paper Weights,
Blocs tiames, Scrap Books, Tablets, Velvet and
Cheap Frames, Crayons, Slates, Penholders, Slate
and Lead Pencils. Blck Board Rubbers, Blank
and Pass Books. Blo ttoK Paper, Bristol Board,
Card Board, Copy Books, Gum, Rubber and Rub
ber Bands, Hucoer Penholders, a large stock or aoia
Pens always on hand, Composition Books, &c,
Also the largest assortment of Wall Paper and
Window 8hades 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
Butterick Patterns. Wrapping, News arid Paper
Bags always on hand.
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
TIDDY & BROTHER.
I DESIRE to announce to the public that I am
now prepared to de washing and ironing la the
best possible manner. I have succeeded In get
tiag better water than I have been using, and will
now aeree to take family washing by tne month
as follows: For handkerchiefs, towels, socks and
napkins at one and a half cents each. All other
family goods at 8 cents per ancle, except laee cur
tains. The prices are extremely low and every respecta
ble family In CbarlMte- can afferd to give me a
trial. Tbe washing of each family Is kept separ
ate, and ladies' clothing Is bandied exclusively by
females. I will call at the house for the wash and
deliver ft within three days.
I asked tbe public to pay no attention to outside
reports about my business, as I guarantee Satisfac
tion or make no charge.
L. H ATM ANN, Prop'r,
aprll Enterprise Steam Lauadry.
& - :B: -
Bells a Laces
A COMPLETE LINE OF
vns ai pledtctucs.
Both Foreign and I omestic,
Just Received, at
DrJIMcAden's Drag Store
From Saiatojra Sprin s. N. Y. A new water re
sembling the impo ed Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid; cu es dyspepsia, aius diges
tion, is a pow. rful tonic and strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cat rtlc and al
terative and m -ill forms oi lyt ipsla.
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
CASES ROCK BRIDGE ALUM,
Q CASKS BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Hunyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
Doei: A wine glass full 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 eQlcnclous
Froj. Yirchow, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof. Bamberger, Vienna. "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Frof. Scanzcni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander Brunton, M. D., F. R. 8., London.
"More pleasant than Its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy."
Frof. Aiken, M. Z F. R. S., Royal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pullna and Frled
rlchshail." JOHN H. MoADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
North Tryon St., - - CHARLOTTE, N. C.
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When yon can get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as when It flows from the spring at Saratoga.
We receive this water in large block tm reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. J- H. moadkn i ,
. Druggist and Chemist
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and oompetenfdnigglflti, day or night
CATHARTIC AND AL ERATIVF.
Is a well known specific for CONSUMPTION, IN
DIGESTION, and all disorders of the 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
domestic; they Impair the digestive organs and
kidneys, therebyjlnducing Irreparable results
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