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&f)t Charlotte bserter.
may, vmr P0 aidi in adwx 8 00
sum rr .i.:. 4.00
Three month- "u
Weekly (in the eountv), in advance 92.00
Outtftheemuity, Ffxt-prnd 2.10
x month 1-06
Liberal Reduelionjbr dlubt.
f aol attfl gab griutirfl.
THE OBSERVER JOB DEPARTMENT
Has beerjCthoronghly rappnea with every needed
want, and with the latest styles of Type, and every
manner of Job Printing can now be done with
neatness, dispatch and cheapness. We can for
man at short notice,
TIGS; RECEIPTS, POSTERS,
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, 4c.
CHARLOTTE, N. C, SUNDAY APRIL 16, 1882.
Si A rfj
miller & Ms
Making a Tremendous Sacrifice
They propose to cloe out
THRIR ENTIRE t-TOCK OK DRE3S GOODS
Pegrain & Co..
Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks,
OUR STOCK OF
Ladies' Misses ? Childrens'
I3ntlrely too large, and must be reduced. In r r
der to do so we lnteud to sell them very
Alexander & Harris
PEGRAM & CO.,
Have the Bet . tocii of
Gents' Hand-Sewed Shoes
I.N THK nTATE.
WE WILL OFFER
APRIL 17th, 1882,
ti 000 yards of FIGURED LAWNS, at prices the
lowest ever reached by such good In this market.
ALEXANDER & HARBIS.
PEGRAM & CO.,
Can supply you with the
BEST BRANDS and LATEST STYLES
Ladies' Misses and Children's Shoes.
Alexander & Harris
WILL OFFER -
Monday Morning, April 17th, '82,
The Largest Etock ot
PERSIAN LAWNS, WHITE LINEN LAWNS,
FBENCH NAINSOOKS, H ABA LIAS, BISHOP
and VICTORIA LaWNS, PIQUES, etc ,
ever offered in this market.
PEGRAM & CO.,
HAVE A PRETTY LINE CF
GENTS' and LADIES' SLIPPERS.
Who like to look at prtty Goods will find our
WHITE GUIPl'RF EMBROIDERY. NONSCKJK
KDiiIM3 and INSEttl llNGd. SWISS EDGINGd
and INSKRTINGd. ant HAMBURG EDGINGS
inui IMdERTINGS, the 'arg'St and pre. tlest ever
seen here. They are st"ily beautiful.
ALEXANDER & HARRI3.
PEGRAM & CO.,
H iVE ALL KINDS OF
Childrens' Shoes and Slippers.
Bouse Furnishing Goods,
CUCH as Table Damasks, Colored and White
ii Table Napkins. Lace Curtains, Table and
Floor Oil Cloths, Carpets, Cane Mattlogs, Rugs,
etc . can be found In great variety "and VEiiT
CHEAP, at ALEXANDER A HARRIo'.
PEGRAM & CO.,
KEEP A WFLL SELECTED STOCK OF
Trunks and Vales
OF ALL PJtlCES AND SIZES.
LTORbEr that we are leading the market on
r Staple Goods, viz: Bleached and Brown
.Sheetings and Shirtings, Prints and everything
wanted In that l'ne.
ALEXANDER & HARRI3.
PEGRAM & CO.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FINE STOCK OF
Silk, Felt and Straw Hats
or the Latest Styles.
Of the Latest Styles.
A BEAUTIFUL line of Ginghams you have, Is
the exclamation ef all who have seen them.
Prices low, at ALEXANDER & HARRIS .
PEGRAM & CO.,
- - '
CAN SUIT THEIR
With any kinds BOOTS and 8HOES THEY WISH.
ITALIAN LACES, lauquedoc Laces, Torchon
i Laces. Bretanna Laces, Antique Laces, Spanish
Laces, Guipure Laces, ca Tremendous stock at
"" Alexander & Harris .
PEGRAM & CO.,
KttEP ALL KIND3 OF
Shoe Dressing, French Blacking
Ljobs' Ueel Stiff ners.
WISHING a ready-made 8uit, or wbo wish their
measure taken, can do so by calling on us.
We have an elegant line of samples to select from
and if you are not -pleased you need not take the
suit v ALEXANDER ft HARRIS.
58 &OB&B, lotltittg, Set
RE Laden with FRESH and bTTLISH GOODS
in great variety, and we ak you to examine our
Goods and co are our prices, with the full as
surance thai you will find the examination and
comparison to your pecuniary Interest
The public has already voted SEIGLE'S GOODS
the HANDSOMEST and BEST SELECTED in the
city. Every Novelty of the Season in TRIMMINGS
and in NECK WEAR.
All should come and see for themselves. WAR
NER'S CORALINE CORSET only 97 cents.
T. I.. Nf'MJLE A: CO.
A NfJQi -Failing Cure for Burns,
Scalds, Bruises, Cuts, Sores, etc.
After forty years of trial, Perry
Davis' Pain Killer stands unrivaled.
It is safe t It acts immediately ! It
never fails t
Editor of the St. John (N. B.) News, says :
In flesh wounds, aches, pains, sores, etc.,
It 13 the viost effectual remedy we know of.
No family should be without a bottle of It
lor a single hour.
From the Cincinnati Dispatch:
We have seen lta magic effects, and know
it to be a good article.
From I. S. Potter, U. S. Consul at Crefeld,
Alter long years of use, I am satisfied It
Is positively efficient as a healing remedy
for wounds, bruises, and sprains.
W. W. Sharper, Valdosta, Ga., Bays :
It is a panacea for all Drulses and burns.
From R. W. Adams, Saco, Me.:
It gave me Immediate relief.
R. Lewis says :
In forty years' use it never has failed me.
W. W. Liim, Nicholville, N. Y., says :
I use your Pain Killeu frequently. It
relieves pain and sorencss,and heals wounds
J. W. Dee says:
Tor scalds and burns it has no equal.
PERRY DAVIS' TAXN" KTIXER is not
a new untried remedy. I'or forty years
it has been in constant use ; and those who
have used it the longest are its best friends.
Its success is entirely because of its 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. Every family should have
a bottle ready for use. Much pain and heavy
doctors' bills may often be saved by prompt
application of the Pain Killer. Unlike most
medicine, it imperfectly safe even in the hands
of a child. Try it once thoroughly, and it
will prove its value. Your druggist has it
at 25c, 50c. and Sl.OO per bottle.
PERRY DAVIS Sc SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
septfdtw sept $ cct.
BLJESSIISG TO WOMANKIND.
Relieve all diseases of women pecu
liar to the appearance and cessation
of the menses, uterine disturbances
torpidity of functions, with leucor
rhcea, dismenorrhaea, and hysteria,
also in melancholia and other men
tal derangements. Afford prompt
relief to those distressing bearing
down phIds so peculiar to women.
Price &3 per box. Sent free by mail
on receipt of price. Dr. Clarke
Medicine Company, New York City.
MIR Scrofula or any Itlood Dlaorder.
In either stage, whether primary,
secondary or tertiary, are an invalu
able remedy. They never fail to
cure when directions are followed.
Price S2 50Der box. Five b.-xesSlO.
Sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of
price. Aderess ur uiarKe Medicine
Company, New York City.
N I N VALUABLE BEHEDY.
For weakness of the Kidneys and
bladder. A quick and complete cure
in 4 to 8 days of. all urinary anec
tlons, smarting, frequent or difficult
urination, mucuus discharges and
spdimp.nts in the urine from what
ever cause Induced, whether of re
cent or longstanding, une to inree
boxes usually sufficient Price $2
mr hiT TTir( hnTM for
M ailed free on receipt of price. Ad
dress Dr. Clarke Medicine Company,
New York City.
rrilEBE IS A BALM lfi GILEAD.
For all cases of Spermatorrhoea'
on1 ImnntATiw. a a thrt result Of 8elf-
abuse In youth, sexual excesses In
maturer years, or otner causes, ana
producing some of the following
effects: Nervousness, seminal emis
sions (night emissions Dy areamsj,
nimness of Sleht. Defective Mem
ory, Phlslcal decay. Pimples on
Face, Aversion toSoclety of Females,
Confusion of Ideas. Loss of Sexuil
Power, &c, rendering marriage im
nnharmv. Are a positive
....a In torn tr a U7AAka OnR to Iy
boxes usually sufflcieni- tncesi.ou
nerbox. Four boxes $5. Sent by
UIO IA .Tv .
mail, prepaid, on receiptor price.
Address'l. wante jueuiuiuo wiu
pany, New'York'City. " "
Iebl9 dw lHw
These Fens BPecW Snli5L3
pctot, itiim ccTTOdo or rust, and will beJoj4
tea aurataut rtyles of nlctol ptateel pens, jeat f
il by luafl oa receipt Ot 8 rota,
r Golo Aentt j
jfoiion, Blakeman, Taylpp & VH
JieuQl f ns.
THE LAND LEAGUE.
Resolutions Passed on the Second Day.
We published yesterday a synopsis of
the proceedings of the Land League
convention at "Washington. On the sec
ond day the following resolutions were
Whereas, The evil and long-continued
English laws relating to the land in
Ireland have kept the people of that
country in constant poverty, subject to
the terrible visitations of famine and
rebellion, which have been repeated af
flictions, nd the Irish people have at
length resolved to abolish these unjust
laws, by public agitation and other le
gitimate means ; -
And we recognize this as an Ameri
can, as well as an Irish, question, the
millions of Irish-American citizens of
this country having a deep and natural
interest in their kindred in Ireland, to
whom, by their filial relations, they are
compelled to keep sending annually an
enormoQs sum of money to pay the
rack-rents of landlords ana save their
brethren from ruinous distraint and
And the sufferings of the Irish people
under this iniquitous system have been
too often misunderstood by other na
tions, through the malevolent misrepre
sentations of the English press, which,
as an excuse for English oppression,
persistently maligns the character of
the Irish people and their movements
by exaggerated and false reports of
manufactured agrarian "outrages;"
And the people of Ireland are gagged
to silence by the suppression of a free
press, by the imprisonment without
trial of 700 of the most xespected repre
sentatives of the people, by the constant
threat of arrest leveled at every man
who dares to criticise the injurious pol
icy of the government or address the
people on their rights and duties, while
50,000 soldiers and 15,000 military police
Overawe the people, under absolute con
trol or magistrates paid by the govern
ment, while the cannon are planted in
the public places of the cities of Ireland,
while public meetings are prohibited
and dispersed, while the police invade
and search at will private dwellings,
and enter and remain at private meet
ings; while every man's liberty is at
the mercy of spies and informers, who
are encouraged by government procla
mation ; while among the political pris
oners are four members of Parliament,
one of whom is acknowledged to be the
leader of the Irish people, and would,
under free institutions, be the chief
magistrate of the country; while the
possession of arms is a crime punisha
ble by a heavy fine or imprisonment;
while the habeas corpus act has been
for years suspended in a time of pro
found peace, and the country is suffer
ing under the ntty-nintn savage coercion
aw since the year 1800;
And no reform can be expected while
over six million acres of Irish land, out
of an acreage of fourteen million, are
owned by less than three hundred indi
viduals, most or whom live in England,
and spend there the enormous revenue
of 20,000.000, or $100,000,000, which they
grind yearly from their Irish tenants;
while twelve of these monster absentee
landlords are in possession ot nearly
thirteen hundred thousand acres (1,297,
8S8, and five millions of the Irish peo
ple own not a solitary one; while tor
the protection of the proprietorial
rierhts of these few thousand landlords
a standing army of 15,000 military police
is maintained at the expense of the im
poverished and defenseless people;
And whereas the surtenng insn ten
ant farmers look to their kindred in
America for sympathy with them in
their efforts to better "their condition,
and to explain the motives of their agi
tation and protect their good name be-
tore the world trom the falsehood and
aspersion of the English press; there-
ore, be it
Resolved, That this convention of the
Irish National Land League of the
United States send to the struggling
tenant farmers of Ireland an expression
of profund sympathy from the millions
of their race in America, who are proud
of their faithful and enduring adher
ence to the principles laid down by their
brave leaders, now in prison, and an
earnest assurance that we will stand by
them with continued moral and finan
cial support until they have succeded
in abolishing their antiquated and de
structive land system. 9
Resolved, That we neartily indorse
the desire of the Irish people for a na
tional existence, and, as Ireland, first
by force and again by corruption, was
robbed of her national birthright, we
pledge ourselves to do all that is con
sistent with American citizenship to
place her once more among the nations.
Resolved, That we advise tpeiarmers
in Ireland to continue steaany ana pa
tiently in their passive resistance, which
has already proved so effective a wea
pon. We exhort them to stand unflinch
ingly by the policy left them by their
leaders now in prison, and to keep
fresh in memory these words of Charles
Stewart Parnell, addressed to them be
fore his imprisonment: Let no man
leave his post ; continue your organiza
tion just as before, and have others
ready to take the place of those who
may De arrestee ny inis poucy oi pas
sive endurance tne insn people com
mand the respect of the world, and
prove themselves worthy of freedom.
Resolved, That this convention in
struct its officers to confer, at their ear
liest opportunity, with the council of
seven chosen at the Chicago convention
as to the feasibility ot uniting under
one head all Land League branches
now organized in the United States.
Resolved, That we express tne grati
tude of the Irish-American people to
the ladies of Ireland, who, like women
of Limerick, took the place of their
husbands and brothers, and, assuming
the risk of arrest and imprisonment,
nobly upheld the flag of the Land
Resolved, xnat we are proua oi tne
Christian forbearance of the Irish peo
ple under their dreadful exasperations ;
ana, wnue exuuruug evtsiy mau m jlio
land to continue to use his influence in
freventing even the least act of vio
ence, we solemnly charge the British
government with the responsibility of
all crimes and outrages of an extraor
dinary nature occurring since tne im
prisonment; of the chosen leaders, of an
indomitable and exasperated race.
Resolved. That while we do not ask
the release of any citizen who has vio
lated the iust law of the land, we de
mand of the proper authorities, not as
a favor, but as a right, the immediate
trial or unconditional release of Ameri
can citizens confined witnout accusation
in foreign jailF.
AnotherTactory Spoken Of.
t T -P. TTinof anrl Mr. T. Sum
mer,"who have recently bought the Rif,
iu .vxnMrfv in Tinrt.h IrftaAlL have
It in contemplation, so we understand,
to add to it machinery for a cotton mill.
We hope they win ao so bo. w o uave
f ami toa n ft fid more factories.
These are intelligent, industrious and
enterprising gentlemen. If they estab
lish a cotton factory, nobody need be
concerned about tneir maiuug iu buc
THE BIDIAS QUESTION.
Some Vigorously Expressed Views
From a Colorado Standpoint
Congressman .Belf ord, of Colorado,
has introduced a bill in the House to
open up the Ute reservation in thfct
He is abundantly equipped with sta
tistics en the Indian question general
ly, but as yet has had no opportunity
for their elaborate promulgation in the
House. Last night he said to a Post re
"The trouble is that when ever an In
dian matter comes up the members of
the House lose, their neads. They over
look the fact that we have in this coun
try 250,000 Indians, who occupy 236,000
square miles of territory, an area equal
to i"ngiana ana xreiana, equal to tne
republic of France, almost as large as
the German Empire, and of this domain
the Indians have not cultivated over
500,000 acres. We allow white men to
take 160 acres or land, on conditions
that lead to their cultivation soonetDor
later; but when we deal with Indians
we make no such conditions, but give
him a square mile where we give the
white man an acre.
In my judgment this country was
made for the men who are willing to
cultivate it and make its products con
tribute to the welfare of mankind. The
white man can so utilize one acre as to
promote the happiness and comfort of
a hundred people. The Indian requires
from 600 to 1,000 acres over which he
may roam in search or game. The
problem we are required to solve is :
snail this land be devoted to the com
fort and maintenance or the men who
are willing to cultivate it Or devoted to
a set of savages who will neither adopt
our methods nor accept our civiliza
Looking at all the phases of this Ques
tion there are but two things for the
Indian to do work or starve. No man
has a right to the soil wha is not wil
ling to cultivate it. We appropriate
now $5,000,000 to support able-bodied
Indian paupers. If .Congress were ask
ed to appropriate that amount to sup
port tne same number of white men
there would be a howl.
What is the difference between the
Indian and white man V That is the
only question I have to propound at
A group of statesmen were standing
on the floor of the House shortly be
fore 12 o'clock discussing the late mun
icipal elections in the west. Said a Re
publican from Cincinnati :
"Oh I we lost the election on account
of the Germans voting solidly for the
"And," put in able Ike Hill, "we are
going to lam you agin' next fall, and
don't you forget it."
"Can you retrieve your loss in the
fall elections V" asked an anxious stal
wart of the Cincinnatian.
"Oh, yes, I think we can. But," he
continued, "I must confess that I was
sadly disappointed in our defeat this
time. During my ten days stay in Cin
cinnati I met many temperance Demo
crats, who told me that they intended
to vote the Republican ticket because
the whiskey men were allied with his
"Did the temperance Democrats keep
their promise?" asked a bystander.
"Well, no. 1 saw the same lellows,
who promised to vote for our party,
standing at the polls on the day of elec-
tioa peddling Democratic ballots.
DEMOCRATS ALL DRINK."
This remark caused a general laugh
ter, and Ike Hill quietly said: "Pard,
if you place any reliance in what a
Democrat tells you about voting for the
abolition party, you will get badly left.
A.nd another thing, said Ike: "1 have
got the first temperance Democrat to
see. They all drink, and they take
whiskey barefooted every time; no
mixin' it for them."
Work of a Storm in Louisiana.
New Orleans, April 15. A special
to the Tini'js-Democrat from Morgan
City gives the following account of the
damage done by the storm of W ednes
day night: On Beer's Island a sugar
house was blown away ; on the lower
Atchaf alaya the dwellings of P. Caland
and Mrs. Moore were destroyed ; on .Lit
tle Wax bayou the houses of John
Framenthal, Louis Kolk and Jean Fit
were swept away and much other dam
age done. At the Alice plantation near
Jeanerette, a colored church was driven
over to the west side. At Cyremont a
negro church was blown down; at
Will's landing place a warehouse blown
over; on Bayou Boeuf a large house
seen floating during the storm was
found next morning lodged against a
bridge, but the occupants had disap
peared and it is supposed were drown
ed. The house of Eugene Tomlico and
a cooper shop were also found against
bridges. The residence of James Peni
aou ftoated a miles j Reany Penison's
store with its contents was swept away.
The kitchen and all of the cabins except
three were swept away from the Rand
ly plantation. James Simmins' resi
dence with its contents is a total loss.
Orelou Comours' residence was destroy
ed and the stores of Alex Penison and
Jules P. Fellot were swept away all
cabins occupied by colored people were
carried away. Efforts are being made
to get a boat to go to Bayou Boeuf to
aid the people. At Lake uaiourae
everything is gone.
D,eath of J. M. Alexander Esq.
We regret to announce that Junius
M. Alexander, Esq., of Shiloh township,
whose serious illness, of pneumonia,
was announced in our last paper, died
Wednesday morning.' For several days
he had been gradually sinking, and his
death was not altogether a surprise to
his family and friends. Mr. Alexander
was a member of the board of county
commissioners and a 'ruling elder in
Concord Presbyterian church. He was
a prominent and most worthy citizen
and his death ia a great Ipsa, hot only'to
his family but to the community ahd
the church- Hie Was about 45 years of
age and leaves a wife and several chil
dren. The funeral services were held1
at Concord church this morning, being
conducted by Rev. P P. Winn.
Distress after Eating-,
the result oi indigestion, win no longer ds expe-s
rtenced If a half tablespoonfnl of Simmons Llrer
Begulator IS laneu Bluer eacii uusau ii u sum ,
good digester, and so mild and pleasant In Us ef
fects, that it is used by many after a hearty meal to
ensure good digestion. The Begulator does not
nauseate or irritate the stomach, is purelj vegeta
ble, and can be taken in any condition of the sys
tem, and, unlike any other known medicine, when
Its use is discononueq, anq mo system s nai, leii
Thousands of women bate been entirely cured
of the most stubborn eases of female weakness by
the use of Lydla S. Plnknam's Vegetable Com
Dound. Bend to Mrs. Lydla X. Flnkltam, 233
Western Avenue, Lynn, MaB3.,f8r pamphlets,
DON'T DIK IN THK BOUSE.
"Bough on Bats." Clears oat rats, mioe, reach
es, bed-bugs, flies, ants, moles, chipmunks,
From Andrew's American tjueen.
QUEEN OFSHEBi'S BEAUTY
WAS BCX SKIN DEEP.
The renowned Queen of Sheba, with all her royal
pomp, magnificent apparel, and brilliant retinue,
would nerer have appeared within the presence of
the grandest of the monarchs of the past, had she
not also possessed that which it Is the crowning
glory of the female person a skin unchallenged
for its Oriental softness and Its almost transcen
dental purity. Cleopatra, holding emperors at
bay, and ruling empires by her word, had quickly
lost her charm and power by one attack of blotches
or of pimples, or of horrid tan and freckles.
WOMAN RULES THK WORLD
by her beauty, not less than by her purity of char
acter, loveliness of disposition and unselfish de
votion. Indeed, in the estimation of perhaps too
many men beauty in a body takes precedence over
every other consideration. Beauty thus forms an
Important part pf woman's "working capital,"
withoutnhlch too many, (If not bankrupts in what
relates to Influence within the circle where they
move.) are powerless for great good. Hence we
see not only the propriety but the duty of every
lady preserving with zealous care that which to
her Is essential to success, and Influence, and use
fulness In life. And, since "beauty is but skin
deep," the utmost care and vigilance are required
to guard it against the many ills that flesh is heir
to. Among the great and annoying enemies of
OF EITHER SEX,
,as well as of comfort; happiness and health, are
those pestiferous and horrid skin disease tetters,
humors, eczema, (salt rheum,) rough and scaly
eruptions, ulcers, pimples, and all diseases of the
hair and scalp, ifor the cure of all these, Dr. C.
W. Benson, of Baltimore, after years of patient
study and Investigation devoted to diseases of the
skin, at last brought forth his celebrated SKIN
CURE, which has already by its marvelous cures,
established Itself as the great remedy for all dis
eases of the skin, whatever be their names or
character. Its success his been immense and un
paralleled. All druggists have it It Is elegantly
put up, two bottles in one package. Internal and
external treatment. Price $1.00.
EVERT ONE PRAISES.
Sick headache, nervous headache, neuralgia,
nervousness, paralysis, dyspepsia, sleeplessness
and brain diseases, positively cured by Dr. C. W.
Benson's Celery and Chamomile Pills. They con
tain do opium, quinine, or other harmful drug.
Sold by all druggists. Price 50c per box. $1 for
two, $2.60 for six, postage free. Dr. C. W. Ben
son, Baltimore, Md. C. N. Cbittekton, New York,
is Wholesale Agent for Dr C. W. Benson's reme
IBS. LYDU E. PlKKBiH, OF LTHK, MISS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Care
for all those Palaful Complaint and WeakneitM
o common to our bet female population.
It will cure entirely the worst form of Female Com.
I.lnints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and TJlcera
Uon, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and Is particularly adapted to the
Change of Lite.
It will dissolve and expel tumors from the uterus In
an early stage of development. The tendency to can
cerous humors there Is checked reryspeeosly by Its use.
It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all craving'
tor stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
II cores Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, Is always permanently cured by Its us.
It will at all times and under all circumstances act In
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex this
Compound Is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. FIirEIIAM'S VE6ETABXE COM
POUXD is prepared at 833 and 35 Western Avenue,
Lynn.Vass. Price tl. Sir bottles for S5. Sent by mall
In the form of pills, also In the tons f loaenges, on
receipt of price, per box for either. Hrs. Pink ham'
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Bend for pamph
let. Address as above. Mention. tMi Paper.
Ho family should be without LTDIA B. PTNKHAITS
LIVER PILLS, They cure constipation, blllousns
and torpidity of the Uver. tS cents per box.
J0 Sold by all Druggists. "6
HOW TO TELL
GENUINE SIiriHOAS LIVER REGU
LATOR, OR MEDICINE.
Look for elean neat WHITE WRAPPER with
the re( symbolic letter stamped upon it in the
form of a ribbon gracefully curved Into the letter
Z embracing the emblems of our trade, Spatula.
Mortar and Graduate wl h the words A. Q. SIM
MONS' LIVER REGULATOR or MEDICINK there
on, also observe the signature of J. H. ZEILIN &
CO., in red ink on the side.
Take no other.
Beware of those wh- know nothing of Medical
Compounds who put au nostrums known to sour,
and being analyzed prow vonhless and only made
to fleece the public, and to Dlrate on the well earn
ed reputation of Zeilln & Go's, medicine these
frauds have no reputation to sustain aad will
cheat you for a few penneya every, way they can.
See Wbo Endones the Genuine
Hon. Alex H. Stephens,
B& Rev. Jho. W. Beck with. Bishop of Sa.,
Gen. Jno. b. Gordon, U. Si faenator,
Rt Bey. Bishop Pierce,
Hon. Jno. Gill Shorter,
J. Xdgar Thompson,
Hon. B. H. Hill,
Eon. J. C. Breckinridge,
Prof. David Willis, D. D.
Chief Justice Hiram Warner, of Ga.
Lewis Wonder, Assistant K M. Phila., Pa.,
and thousands of others from whom we have let
ters of commendation and recommendation.
His eminently a Family Medecine; and by be
ing kept ready for immediate resort will save
many an hour of suffering and many a dollar in
, time and doctors' bills.
Dr. Simmons' liver Regulator,
HilTCTACTVBJCp QNLT BY
JI. 11. ZIL1N SC CO.,
Sold by all Respectable Druggists.
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LOST jnANHOOl RESTORED.
A. victim Of TdhttTnfrmfprudenc causing Troafr
tore Becay, HerroM Debility, Lost Manhood, etc.,
fearing fcrfcd lit vain every known remedy, has s-rrm-nrl
a imnl aeJf euro, which he will send FREE
Ito Ms IrJlow-sufrerera, address J. II. BEEVES, J
nil! 0tLACE3 1tow11
KrTr vr .1 -"'cuiua ureases, no naye a nice line or .Nuns veiling Sash Ribbons will
&TtaSb s?S fflatr Colored Muli3at 5
In handsome patterns, at 20c to 50c Alarge stock
'Ask to see Our "HOLMESVILLE" S1GMVS
Thebest 4-4 Bleached Domestic at 1 Oc. Ask to see our $1.00 CORSET. Wo will take Dleasure in
showing you everything we have, and we know that we can make it to your interest to look at our stock
AGENTS FOR "UNIVERSAL" FASHIONS.
11 IE 0
Eijht of the Loading Makers
OF THE WORLD.
One Hundred Instruments in Stock.
a M U 9 1 CUBfcl IfS
PLXNTY OF MONEY ON OUR LEFT,
PLENTY TO EAT OX OUR RIGHT,
AND A SOLID MUSICAL CENTFE.
We Don't Pot Ten Dollar Gold Piws on Ev r Stop
. OF OUR ORGANS,
Neither do We Throw in a Honse I Lot or a Raifroad,
H. McSMITH, Charlotte, N. C.
FOR our stock Is now complete We call especial attention to the GARMENTS MANUFACTURED
IN OUR OWN HOUSK. We are Justified in asserting, ami not exaggerate, that the long eipe
rience and standing of our. House, Is a full guarantee that OXmL CLiOTHING'
IS THE MOST RELIABLE SOLD in this Market. We make up first-class Garments, and always
study the demands of our patrons, and insure them absolute BOTTOM PRICES. We do not buy Job
lots in order to introduce Low Priced ttoods, but invariably offer the "public such CLOTHING and
made up in such a style as is worn in fashionable circles in Northern cities. We had the choice of
selecOBj our stoek by going early in the Market, of which privilege the Late Purchaser is debarred.
Our stock of Boys' audi C71xiXcl.ze2Xft3 Olotlrlxxg is as fine as
always. The latest styies in
HATS, ALL COLORS.
mWW IFIDlMSillM (S00i,
THE FINEST IN TEE CITY.
THE YORKTOWN SCARF,
Tke. Latest Out, in the Very Latest Shades in Silks.
VT CALL SIEIE US. Very Respectfully,
L. Berwanger & Bro.
rl R.-. Garment Made to 04er on
& - :W: -
- " will pay yon to see our Dress Goods. We have
of NKCK WEAR. Cretonnes and Fringes for same.
Front Foiward.to the Bear,
AlcSmith Music Honse,
Distributing Depot for the Carollnas
KRAN1CK & BACH,
Son liei n Gem Pianos.
III J Ml II
JL jus b jl x uu jl JLUL
But We Beat That all to'Pieces,
tST CALL AND 8XE ME.
Will Guarantee 10 per cent, on all Moneys Invested.
For Particulars call on or write to