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SUNDAYTaPRIL 16, 1881.
Index to Jfew AdTertisemente.
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Attention Firemen. ,
Alexander Harris-Dress Ooods, &c.
Wram A Co-B;ots and Shos
Bt'hard A. Springs, Attorney and Counsellor at
t a New York.
Hareraves A vrt!helm-To the I adles.
Prof. De Pierri-Oanclng School.
THE CHURCHES TO-DAY.
Toung Mkn'3 Christian Association. Devo
tional exercises In the afcernopn at 5 o'clock.
St Pet"er's Catholic Chubch. Services In th9
mnrnlnu at OVs o'clock, atid In the afternoon
at a I o'clock, by ttev. L. P. O'Connell. .
second Presbyterian Church. Services la
the morning at 11 o'clock, and lu the evening at 7
o'clock, by Bev. N. M. Woods, pastor. Sunday
School at 4 o'clock.
BUTiST Chdrch Services in the morning a!
1 1 o'clock,- and In the evening at 7Va o'clock, by
the Kev. O. F. Gregory, pastor. Sunday school a.
yya o'clock a. m.
I dtheban Church. Services in the morning
at il o'clock, and In the evening at 7tfc o'clock,
hi Kev T. H fcstroheeker, pastor. Sunday School
a' 3 o'clock p. m.
associate Beformed Prksbtterian Chapel.
nprvicps (n the nurulng at 1 1 o'clock, and lu the
pvenlne at ' by W- T- Wa ler- Daarr- Sun
day school at 10 o'clock.
St Peter's Episcopal Church. Services in
the morning a li o'clock, a.-.d In the evening at
Via o'clock, by Rev. J. B. Cheshire. Hector, bun
day school in the afternoon at JiVfc o'clock.
CAi.vAKr Mission Church (Mkthodist.) Ser
ves m the morning at 11 o'clock, and In the
evening at 7Va by the pastor, Kev. J. W. Wheeler.
Sii'ictny school at H a. m. Class Meeting at
Kirst Pkesuttkrun Church Services In the
morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7
t,, kcv Dr. A- W. Miller, pastor Sunday srtiool
at ;U2 o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing at 7 clock.
Tkyon Street (M. E.) Church. Services in the
morula" at 1 1 e'clock. and In the evening at 7 Vfc
o lock, by Rev. J. T. Bagwell, pastor. Sunday
school at BVi o'clock. Prayer meeting at 7Vfc
Colors Presbyterian Church. Services In
thr afternoon at si o'clock and In the evening at
71$ by Kev. Mr. Wyche, pastor. Sunday school at
1 1 o'clock a rn.
Ileu) .AcHcrttse meats.
This powder never varies. A marvel ol purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economics
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude ol low test, short
weight, a urn or phosphate powders. Sold only In
cans. ROYAL, BAKING POWDKB CO.,
ov23 New York.
LeBoy Davidson. Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
Disease Is an effect, not a cause. Its origin 13
wltliln; Its manifestations without. Hence, to cure
the disease the causs must be removed, arid In
no other way c-in a cure ever be effected. WAR
i'SH'S SjAFK KIDNEY and LIVER CURB Is es
tiblUhed on lint this principle. It realizes that
95 PEIt CENT.
of all diseases arise from deranged kidneys and
liver, and It strikes at once at the root of the diffi
culty. The elements of which It la composed act
directly upon thesa great organs, both as a food
and restorer, and, by placing them in a healthy
condition, drive disease and pain from the sys
Yet the Innumerable troubles caused by un-
uaalthy Kidneys, Liver and Urlnaiy Organs: for
the distressing Disorders of Women j for Malaria,
and for physical derangements generally, this
great remedy has no equal. Beware of Impostors,
imitations and concoctions said to be ust as good.
For Diabetes, ask for WARNER'S SAFE DIA
BETES CURE. For sale by all dealer?.
H, II. WARNER & CO.,
Rochester, N. If
Corner College and Trade Streets,
(L. W. TERDUE'S CLD STAND,)
nnd adding: to our alrcfid y larjjo Stock
A FULL LINE OF
AT BOTTOM PRICES.
13S We are ready and will be glad to serve our
old friends and the public generally with Goods
In our line as LOW as the LOWEST, and respect-
fiily solicit a share of your patronage.
A.J. Bead & Co.
KB. -We have 1,000 bushels White Com to
sell on TIME. Those In need will do well to call
ana bee us.
TO THE LADIES !
T AM now nermnncntiT located In Gen. John-
A ston's brick house, on Trjon street, between
7th and Kth strata, where I will continue the
business of DRESS MAKING, Calls solicited.
Orders left with Messrs. Wlttkowsky 4 Barueh
Remember the Home and Hospi
tal reception this week.
ESThe regular meeting of the city
aldermen will be held Monday evening
EThe lawns about many of the city
residences are looking yery bright and
tureen, and roses are in bloom in some
of the gardens.
ISTDon't forget thafa contribution
for the Home and Hospital will be
gladly received by the management
tW Yesterday was cloudy and damp,
and the mud again tried to make a
show. Still the streets presented a
busy appearance, a good many country
people being in the city.
CThe Home and Hospital will be a
worthy object of charity if you have
any alms to bestow this week.
E"The choir of the First Presbyte
rian church, the wind and weather per
mitting, will give a musicals at the
residence of Mrs. Dewey n Tuesday
evening, the 18th inst.
ESTThero will be a joint meeting of
the members of the three white fire
companies at the hall of the Independ'
or Hook and Ladder company, Mon
day night at 7:30 o'clock, to discuss ar
rangements for the proper celebration
of the 20th of May. There ought to be
a full attendance.
!t3F"Preaching to-day at Tryon Street
Methodist church by the pastor. Sub
ject for 11 o'clock a. m. : "The baptism of
the Spirit necessary to courage and effi
ciency in Christian work. Text, Acts
chapter 1, verse 8. Subject for 8 p.m.:
"The mysterious writing." Text, Dan
iel chapter 5, versed 25-28.
"Dancing and Deportment.
Prof. P. DePierri, teacher of "dancing
and deportment," will begin the in
struction of a class in these accomplish
ments, at tne young mens pleasure
flnh rooma rm-rf Thnro,,
Awyuju uwau xuuiouar cvniiiiiu. a
Elsewhere in these col-
morning he tells his story
over his own signature.
Another Gold Nugget.
Mr. N. M. Phillips, of Clear Creek
township, this county, cn yesterday ex
hibited in The Observer office a gold
nugget weighing 8S pennyweights,
which had been picked up on the sur
face of his farm, which lies 12 miles
east of Charlotte. This is the second
time Mr. Phillips has repeated this
offense, and we are beginning to think
he has got a regular bonanza in that
farm of his!
Salisbury 3Iunicipal Election.
We are requested to announce the
following ticket to be voted for at the
coming municipal election:
or Mayor, E. B. JNeave.
West ward Sam Taylor and T. B.
North ward. Dr. J. F. Griffith and
C. R. Barker.
South ward. L. H. Clement and J.
East ward. J. S. Henderson and J.
All of which will do for the people of
Salisbury to think abuut.
Hotel Arrivals Yesterday.
Cextkai, Hotel L 11 Warren, T M
Brown, Richmond; T II Strohecker,
Rowan, N C ; J 0 Moore, F T Rams,ey,
J as Harris, John Bates, Baltimore; Jas
per Stowe, Thos IfiY?, R A Ratchford,
F W Leeper, R B Ratchford, Gaston;
Willard Wood, Washington; Geo B
Smith, Augusta; Jno T Savage, Atlan
ta; J Wayles Lane, Virginia; Chas W
Tate, Mt Island; Jno A Dodson, S C
Johnston and son, D E Allen, Ja3 G
Harris, North Carolina; J B Patrick,
Jr.E S Ehney, Charleston, S C; E F
Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio; L L Tanier, E
G Mendenhall.F P Smith, Philadelphia ;
J M Taylor, Lynn, Mass ; J W Coleman,
A A Morris, Ridgeway, S C.
Charlotte Hotel S J Crancb,
Laurinburg; A R Braden, J S Richard
son, II McCall, Monroe ; W K Beachum,
Scarboro, N C ; W R Burgess. Greens
boro; Prof P De Pierri, Prof G De
Pierri, Washington; G N imoot, N C;
T D Chandler, Mayesville; MA Jone.
Richmond ; J R Wallace, J F Green, J
Watt Kirk Patrick, W J Cherry, G
Furguson, Sam M Bigham, Eastfield;
WW Horn, Texas; E N Peterson,
Chester; H RHutchisoo, Macon, Ga;
E N Henry, Henderson ; S N Hallman,
E C WrighOV M Wright, Charleston,
A Tilt Through a Mine.
Some time ago The Observer pub
lished an account of Mr. JasClay ton's fall
down the inclined plane in the Conrad
Hill gold mine, but we publish the fol
lowing graphic description from the
' - M . Jt J L ' .
last number or tne uoncoru ouu ;
nf ail r.hei travelline I ever heard of
that which I did at the mine the other
little the best it is ahead of
anything on recoru, saiu scuiai o
r.invrrm to the Sun last Friday.
. j ,, T
Heistne man wuu ieu uuwli mo
ahnfr. nf the Conrad Hill mine, near
T.PYincrton. about two weeks ago, of
which our readers nave uearu; uumuw
for the particulars.
I-, , , J.l.-fc
ThA ahatt OI tne mine is nut yeiyeu-
dicular, but a rather abrupt incline, up
whir-h a woonen noor is lam un ujb
hnfVpta t.n slide on. The constant fric
h nf thA buckets nas maae me noor
gmnnth and slick as polished marble
Mr. Clayton had been down m ine mine
and was coming up in Uie uuckci. o
ho1 almost reached the top when pas
sine a level some of the workmen called
' . . UJ tV. Knnlraf
mm arm no sitrnaiicu tui iud uuwiov
to stop, then hopped out before it had
r.Qfca standstill. He missed his
H hefore he knew what had
hnnonori hft wm half was to the bot-
CTnincr like aton of lead. He
drew his knees up to nis cnin auu went
rlAorn in n. fli r.r.incr noature. At the bot
KVaaa wuv rv O , - . . J
tom thA water is 20 feet deep and such
was the force ol nisspeea mat no wem-
tvirrmo-h this water and struck the
ground hard enough to break his
3. . m. if i j:n.nnAM stl V,,a rail
thUEQD. TDB WUUUJ uuwuiw! ui u
was 170 feet. His Dooc neeis were wuru
entirely off, nothing but the collar or
his coat was saved ana wnatne uau w
show in the way of a pair of pants was
a baggy looking nanaiui oi nppeu uuu
He could not say that he enjoyed his
ride: it was a little too fast and alto-
eether too warm, it wa "t"J
most wonaenui lau
is in no hurry to repeat .
Bright' Dlee&ae, liee,
. - - vr I 1 n. v.
Liver or Urinary .
Have no fear of any ot these diseases i II I you nse
HopBUters, as tney wiu preyent ini
worst .cases, even wnen 7lSST
THINGS ABOUT CHARLOTTE
AS SEEN BY, A VISITOR.
Oar Climate Social Characteristics,
The following letter, descriptive of
Charlotte, was published .in the Pitts
burg (Pa.) Presbyterian Banner, Janu
ary nth, 1882, over the signature of
"Ruth," understood to be Mrs. N. E. Ii
win, who has two daughters at school
here. . It will prove interesting to Ob
At this season of the year when the
cold month of January and the three
succeeding ones make invalids think Of
trying a warmer climate, the question
"where to go" is often a perplexing one.
Florida seems so far away, and to many
the dampness there is a great objection.
Within the past few years, numbers of
migratory people, including invalids
and those who go South to escape the
extreme rigor of a northern winter,
have found desirable and healthful lo
cations in Aiken, South Carolina ; Ashe
ville in the mountains, and Charlotte
in the highlands of North Carolina.
Several who have tried Florida for a
few years are now living in this latter
place. Here the advantages of church
and society are greater, and they say
that their health is better than when in
the farther south because the heat and
dampness are less.
Charlotte is one of the largest cities
of the State and one of its chief rail
road centres. Churches of all denomi
nations are well attended and support
ed. The Presbyterians have a First
and Second church, the former number
ing about three hundred members, and
the latter over one hundred and eighty.
The school advantages of the city nave
greatly improved within the past three
or four years. A graded school for boys
and one for girls have lately been es
tablished in the city, and the Ladies'
Institute, a large boarding school for
young ladies, is now on a more solid
basis than it has been for some years.
Although surrounded by many difficul
ties and perplexities in his early admin
istration, the present principal, Rev.
Wm. R. Atkinson, has brought the
school up to a standard that will fairly
compete with schools of similar grade
iu W"J I UI IU. XI 13 COfUS OL leaCUOrS
tnejNortn. mis corps of
. . 1 1 a? a -t a t
n ill in fir,rit w i x. i iiiiiii . m v mi mi
as many from the South. Indeed a more
competent and interesting faculty is
not often found, even in schools that
are older and more widely known. The
citizens of Charlotte evince their inter
est in the success and growth of the In
stitute by sending a very large number
of day pupils, and the boarding depart
ment is growing each year. South Car
olina and other Southern States are be
ginning to patronize the school, and
California having lately found out the
merits of both school and climate may
add in the future to its support.
The climate is something to be de
sired certainly when we remember how
many school girls in our North are
wearing out delicate constitutions in
the frosty air and intense cold of our
long and tedious winters. North Caro
lina air is much of the year balmy as
our spring days, but at times cold
enough to be bracing and almost frosty.
Ice has been formed this year as thick
as a window-pane. But the searching
cold and intense f rostiness of our air is
wanting, and one breathes easier and is
in every way more comfortable. Alto
gether it seems a delightful place in
which to spend the winter months, and
we hope that Presbyterians at least
who have daughters to educate, and
wno rear tor them the exposure neces
sary during our long winters, will re
member this school that has done and
is still doing so much for the young
adies of the South. To those who
travel thiough the city we might add a
word of invitation and say, call and see
the Institute and its surroundings. Its
principal is a courteous Southern gen
tleman, and with his interesting wife
will be glad to show visitors any atten
tion he can, and give them all desired
information regarding the school and
its aims. The musical and art depart
ments are unusually well conducted,
and give entire satisfaction to a large
class of patrons many ladies in the
city availing themselves of the oppor-
unity so afforded to pursue their
studies in both branches.
It is Said
That the obstruction on east Trade
Street last night, caused by loungers,
mostly colored men, was a dreadfu
That waiting 15 or 20 minutes at the
erel crossing in Trade Street while a
freight train aimlessly moves to and
fro is enough to make a saint use un
Professor Wm. Baker, a musician of
repute from Broadwood's of London,
England, is in the city, with a view of
settling if he can obtain pupils and a
connection as tuner of pianos, etc.
Miss Kate Lawson, of Danville, Va.,
is on a visit to the city, the guest of Mrs.
J. L. Hardin.
Dr. Myers, of Union county, is in the
Mr. D. A. Jenkins, of Gaston county,
is in town.
Mr. J. W. Wiggins, formerly a mer
chant here, left the city yesterday for
Durham, N. C.
Mr. J. W. Coleman, of Ridgeway, S.
C, passed through the city yesterday
with the remains of E. T. Cloud, who
died yesterday morning at Cleaveland
Springs, at 5 o'clock. Mr. Cloud was
also from Ridgeway and passed through
Charlotte last Sunday en route for the
All About the 20th of
Work in Earnest.
A meeting of tbe representatives of
the military, firemen and Chamber of
Commerce of Charlotte met last night
to further preparations for the celebra
tion on the approaching 20th of May.
The reports of those who have been
working up the affair were of the most
encouraging character, and the occasion
will doubtless be a great one every indi
cation pointing in that direction. Com
mittees to solicit contributions in the
various wards of the city were appoint
ed as follows :
Pirst ward H.Baruch and H. Watts
8econd ward H. C. Eccles and W. V.
Third ward J. G. Harris and W. R.
Fourthward Chas. R Jonesjand S. A.
These committees are requested to
meet atTiddy's bookstoreMonday morn
ing at 9o'clock sharp, for consultation.
Rich'dN. Tiddy was elected perma
nent secretary and treasurer.
The meeting adjourned to meefnext
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock when
the reports of tiie soliciting committees
will be ready and final action be taken
in the matter. Enough is- already
known to warrant us in saying
tha celebration of the 20th of May,
1882, will be the most creditable by far
that Charlotte has, ever seen , unlessit be
that of the centennial of 185.
"AT HOME AND ABROAD"
Its Success, Growth, Circulation and
General History During the Fourteen
Months of Its Existence
In our desire to advance the interests
of every good enterprise in the whole
country, especially in the South) and
more particularly in oar own immedi
ate midst; it has occurred to ns that a
short history of this well established
and meritorious magazine might be
perused with some interest by oar nu
At Horn an& Abroad dates its exist
ence from March 15, 1881, in the city of
Wilmington, N. C. Its editors and pro.
prietors began its publication with
many doubts as to its reception, since
the country was so flooded with like
undertakings, worthy and unworthy,
and our people being so occupied with
other and business interests as to be
unable or unwilling to rightly estimate
the advantages of having a first class
literary journal in their midst. But the
editors were backed with capital, ener
gy and a determination to succeed, not
to mention the advantages of a literary
character. The consequence of all these
facts combined was that before the
first number was issued, as soon as their
introductory circulars were distributed,
their subscription list? had already run
up to the hundreds, and the first edition
of At Home and Abroad (for April,
1881), actually numbered 1,500. Part of
this edition was intended for free dis
tribution, for the purpose of introduc
ing it among the people and the press
at large. But the number of copies never
has run less than 1,000 always more
and at present they publish 2,000, with
the prospect of continued increase.
The first eight numbers were pub
lished in Wilmington by Messrs. Jack
son & Pell. The succeding six have
been printed in the book and job rooms
of The Charlotte Observer, where
we hope its headquarters will long con
tinue to be. The change was not caused
from any dissatisfaction on the part of
Messrs. Jackson & Bell, nor from any
want of patronage from .the good and
intelligent people of Wilmington, but
simply because the professional duties
of its senior editor caused him to re
move his family to the western part of
the State, and wishing all the members
to be as r.ear to each other as possible,
they decided upon Charlotte as the
most central location for their maga
It success from the very outset has
been most marked. Each issue has been
an improvement upon the one preced
ing it; and its many readers look for
ward with the impatience of an antici
pated pleasure for the advent of its reg
ular monthly visits. Emulating the
example of its wealthier Northern co
laborers, it is mailed two weeks in ad
vance of the date on the cover, which
by the way.'was engraved at a heavy
expense, and from an original and
novel design. The paper used is of the
best quality used for books; the type
upon which it is printed is new and
clear; its table of contents is always
considered fresh and interesting, and
its contributions, selected from the
pens of the finest writers, always orig
inal and paid for at the best rates. Its
subscribers are to be found in almost
every State in the Union, from Maine
to Florida (where the list amounts to
two or three hundred), and even across
the broad Atlantic, as lately names
have been sent in from London and
Paris. The most eminent, wealthiest
and influential men read its pages, and
its editors are constantly informed that
its place on the family centre-table can
not well be filled.
The April (1882) number coutained
engraved likenesses of the three editors
father and daughters executed by a
well known New York engraving
house. The May issue (at this writing)
is now ready to be mailed to its various
destinations, and can be seen and pro
cured at either of the bookstores in the
city, at The Observer ofliee, or from
either of the editors.
As an advertising medium in certain
lines of business its advantages cannot
be over-estimated, going, a3 it does to
so many different localities, and to so
many people of all States and interests.
Its subscription price, too, is within the
range of almost every one who cares to
encourage a home enterprise. Parties
wishing to subscribe, or to purchase a
sample copy, may address the editors,
at Charlotte, N. C. The price f a year's
subscription is $2.50, and it is seldom
that such an agreeable melange of good
reading can be secured at so small a
IN THE HOUSE.
The Tariff Commission Bill Draws its
Slow Length Along.
Washington, April 15.
HotT9E. Pursuant to order made yes
terday the House, at 12:15 p. m., went
into committee of the whole on the
tariff commission bill.
White, of Kentucky, confined bis re-
the bill recently passed by the House
under a suspension of tbe rules amend
ing the internal revenue laws.
McMillan, of Tennessee, onnosed the
pending bill on the ground that it was
the duty of. Congress to legislate direct
ly on the subject oi a revision or the
Messrs. Shellenberger of Pennsylva-
TTJ11 XT our Toroaw Wilcn nf
West Virginia, and Ward of Pennsyl
vania, all spoke in favor of the bill. At
the end of Mr. Ward's remarks the
committee arose, and the House at 4:10
158 Constance Street, )
New Orleans, La., March 16, 1881. i
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and Liver Core has relieved me In the most happy
manner from -tne excruciating agonies ox Kiane
and bladder difficulties and gravel.
It la probable that the young lady celebrated In
those charming lines of Robert Burns, had tan,
moth spots and freckles, with other beauty blem
ishes. For -such conditions. Dr. Benson's 8 kin
Cure should be on every lady's toilet table.
1 i i i
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In health from any eanse, especially from the use
or an of t h thousand nostrums that promise so
largely, with long fictitious testimonials, have no
fear. Besort to Hop Bitters at once, and In a short
time you will have the most rooust and blooming
To all who are suffering from the errors andu
discretion of youth, nervous weao ess. early decaf
oss of manhood, Ac I will send a recipe that will
core you, FREE of CHARGE. Thl i great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in oum America.
Bend a self-add regseo. enveiopo w w wvi
JOSEPH T. IN MAN, Station D, Hew XOjk CUy.
HAVE JUST OPENED
A LARGE LINE
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Worsted Frocks and Vests.
WE WILL PRESENT
GREAT CARE HAS BEEN GIVEN
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Oar fine Goods have all been
f A TYR
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and we will display gone rery
ID THE LATE8T and MOST CORRECT STYLES.
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ILLuHINiTlD IRICB MTI8T
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OF EVJSBY FABRIC, AND
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. REAL SPANISH
Tr'ephones ! Telephones !
THE SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
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For supplrit.g Telephones In the States of Virginia,
West Virginia, (south o the B. 4 o. E. B..) North
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Constructed, equipped with Telephones and rented
fcy For particulars address
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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
Autograph Albums, fine and cheap Box Paper,
Pocket Books, Work Boxes, Ink and Ink Stands,
Writing Paper and Envelopes, Paper Weights,
Block Games, Scrap Books, Tablets, Velvet and
Cheap Frames, Crayons, Slates, Penholders, Slate
and Lead Pencils, Black Board Rubbers, Blank
and Pass Books, Blotting Paper, Bristol Board,
Card Board, Copy Books, Gum, Rubber and Rub
ber Bands,Bubber Penholders.a large stock of Gold
Pens always on hand, Composition Books, Ac,
Also the largest assortment ot Wall Paper and
Window Shades of every description, Picture
Nflls, Wire and Worsted Picture Cords, Cbromos,
Dining Room Pictures, all of which are sold at ex
ceedingly LOW PRICES.
Subscriptions taken for aB the Dally and Weekly
Papers; Magazines1 a s eclalty. Also agent for
Butterick Patterns. Wrapping, News and Paper
Bags alwayson hand.
REaiEiriBEK THE PLACE.
TIDDY & BROTHER.
I DESIRE to announce to the pubUe 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 have been using, and will
now agree to lake family washing by the month
as follows: For handkerchiefs, towels, socks and
napkins at one and a half eents each. All ether
family goods at 8 cents pex article except lace cur
The prtees are extremely low and every respecta
ble family in Charlotte can afford to give me a
Mai. The washing of each family is kept separ
ate, and ladies' clothing is handled exclusively by
females. I will eall at the noose for tbe wash and
deliver it within three days. .
I asked the public to pay no attention to outside
reports about my business, as I guarantee satisfac
tion or make do charge.
L. H ATM ANN, Prop'r,
aprll Enterprise Steam Laundry.
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flrugs at a ltedictties.
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Jusi Received, at
gABATC iA -yiCHY,
From Saratoga Spring, N. Y. A new water re
sembling the imported Vichy. Becouiniended
as an antacid, cures dyspepsi t, aius diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
flatten Natural Mini Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and in all forms of dyspepsia.
cases congress wateh,
jq cases rock bridge alum,
Cases buffalo lithia.
And a full supply of
Hunyadi Janos Waters.
TI GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Doe: A wine glass fall before breakfast.
The Lancet "Hanyadl Janos. Baron Lieblg 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. Vxrchtne, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof. Bamberger, Vienna. "I have proscribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Scanzoni, Wuresburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander Brunton, M. D., F. R. London.
"More pleasant than Its rivals, and surpasses
them in efficacy."
Prof. Atken, M. D., F. R. 8., Royal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pullna and Fried'
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist
North Tryon St, - - CHARLOTTE, . tt
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
TTT-I . 4.. nf n a tVmF, ttTiA fmflTlt-
ling as when It flows from the spring at Saratoga,
w e receive iuis wucr m iai&c viw ----
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. J- H. MOApjtw,
newu Druggist and Chemist
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night
A FEW Boarders can find good accommodation
two blocks from the Public Square, on Tryon
street, at cheap rates, Appiy w
aprl5 8t Mks. A. N. M. TAYLOR,
Valuable Property for Sale.
THE Baptist Church property, located on the
corner of Band 7th streets, In the city pf
Charlotte. For terms, 4c, taqulre of '
T. L. VAIL.
At Traders' National JBank,
aprlS 8t Charlotte, N. C.
FRESH MINEHA1 WATE1
Dr.J.H.Mci ien's Druff Store
will be promptly deliveied.
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