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VOL. XXVII.
-JUST RECEIVED-
A-
HANDSOME STOCK
OF
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In all the novelties of ae season.
WHITE GOODS
Nans Veiling in all shades.
Big Drive in Dress Goods
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS.
One ol ihe Handsomest stocks of Cane Matting In
the State.
New stock of Men's and Boys' Straw Hats; also
Fur Hats In ah leading shapes of the season.
New lot or Lawns very cheap.
Come and see. and be convinced that we have
the goods to suit you and at prices to sell them.
X. L.. SEIGLE Sc CO.
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BXcdtcal.
A Noer-Trailing Cure for Burns,
Scalds, Bruises, Cuts, Sores, etc.
After forty years of trial, Perry
Davis Pain Killer stands unrivaled.
It is safe ! It acts immediately t It
never fails I
Editor of the St. John (N. B.) News, says :
In flesh wounds, aches, pains, sores, etc.,
It la the most effectual remedy we know of.
No family should be without a bottle ol it
lor a single hour.
From the Cincinnati Dispatch :
We have seen its magic effects, and know
It to be a good article.
From I. S. Potter, U. S. Consul at Crefeld,
Rhenish Prussia:
Alter long years of use, I am satisfied It
la positively efficient as a healing remedy
for wounds, bruises, and sprains.
W. W. Sharper, Valdosta, Ga., says:
It is a panacea for all d raises and bums.
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. Lum, Nlcholville, N. Y., says :
I use your Pain Killer frequently. It
relieves pain and soreness, and heals wounds
like magic
J ST, Tjee says
' For scalds' and burns It has no equaL
PERRY DAVIS' FAIN KHJLER is not
a new untried remedy, for forty years
it has been in constant use ; and those who
have used It the longest are its best friend.
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 rise. Much pain and heavy
doctors' bills may oftm be saved by prompt
application of the Pain Killer. Unlike most
medicines, it Imperfectly safe even in the hands
of a child. Try it once thoroughly, and it
will prove its value. Tour druggist has it
at 25o., 50c. and 81.00 per bottle.
PERRY DAVIS St SON, Proprietors,
Providence , R. I.
septC tw sept fc oct.
A
BLESSING TO WOMANKIND.
Relieve all diseases of women pecu
liar to the appearance and cessation
of the menses, uterine disturbances
lorp'.dity of functions, with leucor
rhcea, dlsmenorrhaea, and hysteria,
also la melancholia and other men
tal derangements. Afford prompt
relief to those distressing bearing
down pilns so peculiar to women.
Price 83 per box. Sent free by mall
on receipt of price. Dr." Clarke
Medicine Company, New Tork City.
Dr.
Clarke's
Periodical
Pills.
JOR Scrofula or any Blood Disorder,
Dr.
Clarke'
Anti.
Syphilitic
Pill.
In either stage, whether primary,
secondary or tertiary, are an Invalu
able remedy. They never fall to
cure when directions are followed.
Price 82 50per box. Five boxes $10
Sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of
price. Aderess Dr Clarke Medicine
company, New York City.
N INVALUABLE BEJIEDY.
For weakness of the Kidneys and
bladder. A quick and complete core
In 4 to 8 days of all urinary affec
tions, smarting, frequent or difficult
urination, mucuus discharges and
sediments in the urine from what
induced, whether of re
Dr.
Clarke'n
Gonnorrhea
PUU.
cent or long standing. One to three
Doxes usually buluciouu tuw pj
per box. Three boxes for $5.
VfulloH frma nn ramtlnt. of nrlce. Ad
dress Dr. Clarke Medicine Company,
mew xorK cny.
J HE HE IS A BALM IN G I LEAD.
For all cases of spermaiorrnoea'
and lmpotency. as the result of self-
qKiioa In rnnth HAXllfll AYCftSSe8 In
Dr.
maturer years, or other causes, and
producing some oi ine iunuwiug
effects: Nervousness, seminal emis
sions (night emissions by dreams),
Dimness of Sight, Defective Mem
Clarke9
ory, Pnisicai aecay, .rim pies on
Face, Aversion toSoclety of Females,
Confusion of Ideas. Loss ofSexuu
Power, &o, rendering marriage im
proper or unhappy. Are s positive
cure In two to 8 weeks. One to six
boxes usually sufficient' Price $1.50
per box. Four boxes $5. 8entby
mail, prepaid, on receipt of price.
Address Dr. Clarke Medicine Com
pany, New York City.
Invigorating
Pill.
feb!9 d&w 18w
PERRY & GO
JieliQl f sii
These Pen are specialr hardened at the
point, will not corrode or rurf, nd will be found
xnoet serviceable and durable. Simple card, with
ten dlfferentrtyfai of tfekei plsted pentfwf
ole Agnus,
fyiSQn. Blakeman, Taylor 6 Co?
if GOODS !
DAVIS' N
EDITORIAL SHORT STOPS.
The Greensboro North State says
that Judge Bynum wiUnrobably iia
nominated by the Republicans for Su
preme Court Judge.
Col. Dockery is loomlDg up as the
Republican candidate for Congressman
at large.
Vennor has the rheumatism. Glad
of it. A man that keeps shoving as
much mean weather at us as he does
ought to have the rheumatism or some
thing of that kind to entertain him.
The Arizona Indians have gone upon
the war path again.
The Senate committee on education
and labor reported favorably yesterday
on an appropriation to aid common
schools, to be apportioned among the
States on the basis of illiteracy. ' - -
Augusta Chronicle: Page, of Cali
fornia, wants Bibles to be admitted free
of duty. Some years ago, nearly every
railway car had a free Bible. Nothing
of. the sort remains, because some hon-,
st Christian always stole the good
books as fast as the railway company
supplied them.
The mad-dog excitement still con
tinues in Lancaster county, S. C.
A colored preacher is said to be the
only spiritual consoler that Guiteau
has. This speaks well for the colored
minister, at all events.
Attorney General Brewster's letter to
Mr. Sanders, on the South Carolina po
litical prosecutions, has been supple
mented by two more, explanatory in
their nature. Mr. Brewster is' getting
somewhat mixed in this thing, and the
more letters he writes the more mixed,
he will become.
President pro tem. Davis, created a
sensation, and no little mirth amongst
Senators of lighter weight, last Wed
nesday, by sitting down in Senator
Brown's chair, smashing it all to pieces
and spreading himself among the ruins
on the floor. He picked himself up as
best he could and scowled indignantly
at the light weight gentlemen who
could sit on ordinary chairs without
making a ruin.
The following from the Concord Sun
would indicate that Wade Harris is not
in favor of pairing just now: "An Ohio
exchange suggest that as the Demo
crats have shouldered prohibition in
North Carolina and the Republicans
ditto in Ohio, that these two States pair
off and not vote at the presidential elec
tion. A bright idea, and it is needless
to explain that the paper that suggest
ed it, is Republican. The Democrats
are not anxious to throw away two
States. No sir, we will not pair. We
will vote. Ohio is gong Democratic and
so is North Carolina. Go away with
your yankee tricks."
Solar Phenomena and the Aurora B
realis.
Prof. Keeler, of the Allegheny Ob
servatory writes to the Baltimore Sun
as follows:
It may be well at the present time to
direct the attention of your readers to
a sun spot, the largest which has ap
peared tor many years, now visiDle up
on the face of the sun, and which, apart
from its enormous size, possesses a pe
culiar interest from the coincidence of
its appearance with the brilliant auro
ral display of last Sunday evening with
which it is perhaps connected.
This spot, which has just reached the
centre of the sun's disc, may be seen
with the naked eye at suurise or sunset
when the light is sufficiently diminish
ed by its passage through a great depth
of atmosphere, or at any time of day
through a dark glass. It may also be
seen in the image of the sun form
ed when his rays are allowed to pass
hrough a pinhole and fall upon a sheet
f paper at a considerable distance, and
has in fact been f requeutly noticed here
in the images formed by accidental
apertures in the window curtains, &c
Its appearance as projected from the
eyepiece of the great equatorial upon, a
screen, is that of a gigantic whirlpool
in the envelope of the sun. Long fila
ments of light project into it, curving
with a spiral motion towards a central
vortex, which appears black in con
trast with the dazzling brightness of
the surrounding surface. Numerous
smaller spots surround the principal
one, and several smaller groups appear
on other parts uf the disc The area
of the large spot, determined from
measurement of the image, is in round
numbers a thousand million square
miles.
Although the connection between
the sun spots and the various phe
nomena of the aurora is one of the
most occult and mysterious in nature,
that such a connection does exist has
been confirmed by too many observa
tions to justify us in considering the
tremendous disturbance in the activi
ties of the sun indicated by the appear
ance of this spot and the magnetic
storm of the morning of the 17th as
merely chance coincidences.
Nearly every exceptionally brilliant
aurora which has appeared has follow
ed some such outburst of solar energy.
Both have probably their origin in the
same hidden cause, which remain one
of nature s deepest mysteries.
The aurora began here with the form
ation of an arch of bright greenish
light in the north, which disappeared
about 11 o'clock, when the most strik
ing characteristic was the great stream
ers and flashes of light, converging
with singular fixity to a point some
twelve degrees south of the zeniths the
bright star Arcturus passing directly
through it at twenty minutes", past
twelve. . f i ' f 1
I examined the spectrum of the green
ish streamers with a two-prism spectro
scope of the form used by Huggins ia
his star observations, and found: it .to
consist of a brilliant yellowish green
lino, which seems to be characteristic
of all auroras, several- fainte. btida , in
the blue, which appear ia the plates of
the Edinbarg observations and: a very
faint band in the violet, .which;,, I Jj ave
not yet been able t y identify in jray pre
vious observatkms,1 t:?:?Bn '
- Tfrerossdtftd light acmpanylng
the earlier ti)fcth,diaplay.i did, Jnot
: J. EvKKELKB,
Assaiata-AerrheO
. CillBKJt 81 IH1 IMJDtt.
Bttoging trritatton, mflammatlon, all Kidney and
Urtrjary complaints, cwed by 'JBnehupalba.': SI,
Baton KMCAflfiO't C&aflotte, N. a. :
-if 1 .4 I riVrlliV 1 1 4-if t? .:!.(
CriARLOTT. CWJPAy
She Sqrgal Operatioas ifrai tie Has
Had to Undergo.
The Washington correspondent of the
Atlanta Constitution writes as follows
of Senator Hill: t, ,
ne anriotincement in to-day's papers
that Senator Hill is insured a Derma-
nenfc cure suggests the sufferiniE ce has
nn4ereonev;fJ,he extent of the cutting
-At,ln A A liofi Yuan onMaifnil j. w.
realized Dyjhe.public. Four times has
he beentinaer the knife! One-third of
his tongue Jhas been taken-out; the en
tire JefC floor fjiis months the glands
in the' left Aide of , his necfc, ; He said
that if he bad to choose between death
or the suffering he had endured from
the cutting, he would urffesitatingly
take death, were it not his duty to live
and endure. ' The last operation was
the most severe, and probably success
ful. When he was put under the ether
for itit was only intended to jtake, out
a-smallluiMpihat had hardened on the
gland in hisr neckk 5 Af ter ie was in
sensible; it was decided td5 adopt the
heroic Iwatrdeiiti ', adttepujtthe entire-gland.'
He- was sept under the
knife two liOurs, theglandjmt out, and
the fcuafe sent fn ider, to tbi new esh
that had filled the place of the first ope
ration. When Mr Hill awoke he was
terribly exhausted, and shocked at the
hole cut in his neck. The gashes bad
been neatly sewed ury iror seven days
he could not ntovehijs lips, dnd lited on
liquid food. rter'this,' he improved
until inflammation developed along the
wound. Then came the most: critical
period of 'his sickness. - The entire
opening of the wound being closed, the
pus accumulated and- pressed , against
the throat, lie was seized, with fever,
and could hardly speafci: At last the
tension became so great that the wound
burst inside the mouth. This
gave him relief, and he went to Phila
delpia. He was, pat tinder the knife
again, and the outer edge of. the wound
slit open so that it might heal from the
bottom This is doing finely, and is
without inflammation; No trace of the
disease can, be foAind, and the hopes of
his permanent recovery were never so
strong. He says h will net submit to
the knife again, and hid sugeons; think
there will be no need.
Tax Assessors for 1862,
StatesviKe Landmark.
The board of county commissioners
met last Saturday at the poor house,
which they found well , kept and in
good condition. The board at this meet
ing anbointed the folio winz named Der-
sons as the tax assessors for 1880 in the
different townships of the county :
ISagle Mills VV I Colvert.
Union Grove L V Campbell.
New Hope H M Shoemaker.
Turnersburg J M Turner.
Olin H A Mowbray.
Sharpesburg A P Sharpe.
Cool Spring Henry Turner.
Bethany J A Crawford.
Concord J P White.
Chambersburg J as F Dotson.
Statesville M F Freeland.
Shiloh H C Summers.
Barringer's R S Templeton.
Fallstown R J Willis.
Coddle Creek Isaac Harris.
Davidson J B Cornelius.
The Mischievous Sparrow.
Harrisburg(Pa.) Telegraph.
"Look at that sparrow," said a well
known insurance man to a reporter on
Third street this morning. The reporter
looked in the direction indicated and
saw one of the little pests struggling
with a large piece of cotton, twice as
as large as itself. Finally, securing a
firm hold on the cotton, the bird flew to
the top of a building opposite and dis
appeared in the eaves, where , it was
building a nest. Another sparrow soon
followed with some straw, which it de
posited in the same place. "That's the
way a fire can be started," continued
the insurance man ; "a mere spark on
that co ton and straw and what is to
prevent it from setting fire to the roof?
It's the same way all over the city."
Some hous keepers once a year make
an onslaugl. on the sparrows and clean
out the nesi , but the pests return again
and again t the locations.
Sickness of Stock and Cattle.
Statesville Landmark.
There seems to be considerable fatal
ity of late among the horses and cattle.
Our Amity Hill correspondent men
tions sickness, among the cattle in his
neighborhood. Mr Arthur Ramsay, of
Davidson township, lost a filly about
two Week ago from curious and hith
erto unseen symptoms; A. C, Sharpe,
Esq, of Shiloh, had a mule to die last
week of a terrible form of distemper,
complicated with what Mr. Sharpe
thinks may have been pink-eye, and
last Sunday night Mr, D. F. Jenkins, of
this place, lost a horse. What with
thievery and disease, stock ..owners are
having a rough time of it this season.
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ConVicted: "6t Jturjer ,
Petersburg, April 22. The case of
Oliver Hatchell has been on trial in the
circuit court of Brunswick county for
several days pasLHatchell is charged
with, being accessory to the murder of
Moses Young, who came to his death
sometime ago from drinking whiskey
in which strychnine had been intro
duced.' The verdict rendered was mur
der Is the first degree and a motion for
a new trial was overruled by the eourt.
Counsel for the defense are now -preparing
papers to take an appeal toj(he
Supreme Court of Appeals. . . i ;
The Readjusters Adjourned.
Richmond Va Apnl . 22.rId the
Seriate "to-day: the . first business that
came up was the House joint resolution
providing for, adjournment sine die of
the General Assembly to-day atone
o'clock and it was, concurred in. Ayes,
25; nays, 5.
After some discussion upon the ques
tion of wmmunicating the action of
the Senate to the House at once it was
so ordered and the H6nsejBpttle5-
Death ol a Sculptor.
BosTON,Mass Jiprit. John Cruik
shank Kiag,. sculptor, is dead. .-,. .
- t - ' - lieii' 'iisf i mm i ' i ..
May be wmjfirii Mii ot j
hull's WCOJkJAt ; ,a whM.oaej pound- ws-
aesaasfUkt . peimow preppraep, www- eq. xaeuy
uHthe.-vrloaaromdltlans finnrmaB Mir . B
cseeatBftbsirrhfn JiaiBh and, dry. It soothes
the irritated ea)p-
U&aorda the rtehest lusted It
vents the hair from falling off. It promotes its
lealthv. vigorous groeth. It Is not
sticky. It leaves no disagreeable -odor.
IC'V.V
-It kills
dandruff. . r j y ,k
: : Burnett's Flavoring Kstnetsai
to be (he
SOOtlaO IfcoJt.T.tiljW. ' -.
A few drops of SOZODQKT mixed with water,
and, placed In the mouth of 4 he in valid,' will re
Bhhlm. It aroniaUi what else would' 60 Sffrjr
li& uncomfortable, and gives iimoltoijueasure,
itad Incites appetite Kd Jnuf' should neJct
BQZODONT. k;-sio ur--i:utoX I
vi '
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THAT HCSIAHB OF MINK,
Is three times the man. he was ;before he began
using 'Wells' ueann newer. i. jjrugzuus
Depot J. a McAden, caartotte,i..a ;7
APRIL. 23, 1882.
The popularity and waride fanwof filmmous
Idyeteirrilator has Induced unprincipled - parties
to places jmrfous compounds called by' sbme gar
bted plait pf rjdr title or name in the market. 'A
najority of these Enterprises havedledaTiatariU
death, out others are periodically eroppiris ont.
To those who hav not yet learned the great worth
of the Regulator this word of, caution is heeessary.
To the InvaUd U may be a Question of hie 'and
death. Ask for 81mmoti8 Liver Regulator,' "and
look for the signature, of J. H. zJalUn 4 Co., and
the largest red Z on White Wrapper.
A CaBD.
To an who are suffering from the errors and tn
dlseretlon of youth, nervons weakr ess, early decay
oss of manhood, Ac.. I will send a recipe that will
cure you, FUSE of CHARGK. Thl i great rem Rd
was discovered by a missionary lr Joutb America.
Send a self-addressed envelope tc the Rxr,
JOdJPH T. INMAN. Station D. New Yerk City
From Andrew's Arherlean Queen.
CLEOPATRA
OB THE
QUEEN OF SHEBA'S BEAUTY
WAS BUT SKIN PEEP.
The renowflied Queen of sheba, with all her royal
jjomp, m&gnifleent apparel, and brilliant retinue,
uld never SaVe appeare d within the presence of
t srrandesi'of the nonarchs of the past, bad she
I t also possessed that which It Is the crownfn
g ory 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, hacTcMy
lost her charm and powt by one attack of blotches
or of pimples, or of horrid ttn and freckles.
WOMAN RULES ' r HS WORLD
by her beauty, not less than by her purity of char
acter, loveliness of disposition and unselfish de
votion. Indeed, la the estimation of perliapi too
many men beauty m a body takes precedence over
every other consideration; Beauty, thus forms an
Important part of woman's 'working' capital,!'
wlthoutwhlch toe 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 uie' propriety but' ihe duty of every
lady preserving 'with zealous care that which to
her is essential to snecess, and intuence, and use
fulness in life- And, since "beauty is but skin
deep," the utmost care and vigilance are i-eqnlred
to guard It against the many ills that net-a is heir
to. Among the great and annoying en -mles of
beauty, '
OF EITHER SEX,
as well as of comlort; happiness and health, are
those pestiferous and horrid skin disease tetters,
humors, eczema, (salt rheum,) rough and scaly
eruptions, ulcers, pimples, and aU diseases of the
hair and scalp. For 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
CURS, which has already by Us marvelous cures,
established itself ran great remedy for all dis
eases of the skin, whatever be their names or
character. Its success has been Immense and un
paralleled. All druggists have it It is elegantly
put up, two bottles in one package. Internal and
external treatment Price 81.00.
EVERY ONE PBAISES.
Sick headache, nervous headache, neuralgia,
nervousness, paralysis, dyspepsia, sleeplessness
and brain diseases, positively cured by Dr. C W.
Benson's Celery and Chamomile . They con
tain no opium, quinine, or other harmful drag.
Sold by all druggists. Price 60c per box. $ 1 for
two, $2 .50 for six. postage free. Dr. C w. Ben
son, Baltimore. Md. C. N. i hittknton. New York,
is wholesale Agent for Dr C. W. Benson's reme
dies. apr4
MRS. LYD1A L PINKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDiA E- PINKH ArV8
VEg57ASLS-0MP0UND. i
Ts ifttvCth-e
fn- ell tinit fafiil CmbTh1 M ul WaUnessM
MMeuieft,farteiS-eBieloslsMoB.
It will mt entirely Ui yoj fyrm ot Female Com
pliinta, ll orkrian troubles, IoIlriihatlDn knd TJlcer :
tlon, TiXthtg, tfnd'Dlqilseeatetttt, mud tte totwufaealt
' Bpftjrf- WVikneM, and to parUcutarly to she ;
CbaiM ofUfe. I'.; . .' ;:
1;B -lKd!MolT6 Jid expel toinori from the utonu In
-q enlx o deteloment. The tendeaoy to oin
eeroea Itwaorvtbwmia checked very ipeedfly by It nee.
, j removee fintBe, fte,ldeirtrpyll ermnng ;
totsaaiukiits: fiul refteVM rektiW of the ttomach. :
R:eure loe,fln-,- lMee 'KTtorTpotraan,
Oeaml MOttyf BliH,mewiii,t VUfHstUb oo mm
sreetioB. .ln-ralo;bKi 1 .
' fealto of bemrb4ow, euiJr pefaitwaight :
juvd beekeahe; U eiwjw pernuoxntlj- cured byltiva.:
It vUl'ateUtimea LiuiffluOTibei4cetla'
'Wrnon wnh tBelawi Uutt forHrk tte female retetn.
ToHHe Wirt Of KMiey Jonlplatot-ef :eflSer 'mth j
ifconipeeaa W nnrorpeed. ' '
LTDIA E. PIJfKHAlPS VKOETABLB COM
POUXDU prepared at X5i and S36 Western Avenue, ;
Iornn,lfa. Prioe L bottle for $S. Sent by mail
In the form of pilla,7 aS( intbi form of lonnges, on
pcelpt of price, $1 per box for either. Mn. Plakham
rreerasiweri au inerroi uunurj. dbuu ir ymniytr
let" AUdrjei ae abore. Mention 1Mrfair. ;
:il li ,(i i 1 K!?; :!L;.' .
, JfotmmQr ahootd, to without LTDIA S, PTRxfiAKf
LrvXR PILLS. ' They' core couiflpatlpa, iMUoutnees,
and toipidltr of the liver. IS oentt per test ' '
ANKW Brick Cottage, containing five
rooms and kitchen, good well of water,
EtniKtad wtthrt? tine 'block: of the bubUe
flooare; Apply to - . ' w . & QIXTFEK
A Fonr room dwelling
corner Of Sixth and Gra-
nrcm streets, will be rented on reasonable
: reitcco 1 ou voauuouie
ot ihU year, - Aepli to
terms, for the remainder f .ij""
J'TrtTT?T7r17.J
TTV3R MAlX. any two at three
JC, Flee Proof Safes, all ol he J
rhA HaMtt tf maraa . f)NA rnvfl1t 1
7 one medium and one lan
M M ee address' . ; .H'hjH
reAneriy: of ChacloOe, N. d
'jftiiX nkmtW ktwai -Yrift
All corrspondenclriri"T5erfe prompt attention-
Raleigh national Bank; Raleigh', H.', Hon. W. P.
BynnmV exJudge fiopreme oourt Moiih Carolina.
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it v.
Dwells w Rent
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t NO. '4,082.
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f
unful,?? toto wn.
he wnm hTTt
DOTTED
In handsome patterns, at 20c to 60c A large stock
Ask; to see 0or -HOLMESVILLE" NIGHT-GOWN GOODS.
The best 4-4 Bleached Domestic at 1 Oc. Ask to
: : BEFORE PURCHASHING.
Hargraves fe"Wilh.elm.
AGENTS FOR "UNlVERSftL'' FASHIQHS.
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M S O NIHAMLIN
SHONINGER BELL C 1IIV1E,
Eiht of the Leading Makers
OF J HE WOULD.
One Hundred Instruments in Stock.
PLENTY OF MONEY OJf OUR LKFT,
PI.ESTV TO F.XT ON OUU RintlT,
AND A SOLID MUSICAL CENTRE.
We Don't Put '.Ten Dollar Gold Pieces on Ixr) Stop
. OF OUR ORGANS,
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IVciiher dir We Throw in a House I Lot or a Railroad,
-Cir' But We Btet'Thai 631 ia Pieees.
I I -a
H. McSMITH, Charlotte, N. C,
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lr. -, i J ! y;
rnmmi iTrnir amn net i
HI
mtisS thnriomanda tJt
. . . I ' A . 1.1 1
Wlecflht ar stoekhy goIDg ar Jrf the, Market, of
Unr(!te 4t oyfm&
aiwa.f Tltoiusl8tiesna-) u:si nuy . .
COME! :
TjV)B our stock Is noweomplet We'esli espla GARMENTS MANUFACTURED
JL? IN OUR OWN HOUSUi? rWerare jnstlBed in. assertteg; ana not exaggerate, that the Jong expe-
rlonoA aiuiaaxdlni;.nf our House, la ft full iroanuitea that rfXT1 . 71T.'ereUiJLATSTQ-
T TOR MnsT RF.l,riflLK 8ALIT in tbis rarkt We makA nn nrot-cliuia Uarments. and alwavs
ettr narrliwa. lkndlBBnrft them sJwAnAROTThM pmfTRi? -We de not bnv lob
Mats; all colors.
mm
8
THE TINEST
TijrlKTOWN SCARF,
The Latest Out, intbe
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K B.eflatMeaUi nsvde tm Qrfler
Saruir mrtV got fdtSR
TSI OB3XBTXB JOB DKFASTKXNT
want, aba wttb thtiatest styles of lype, and every
iMUUM&JfcJf mmint can ww be done with
neatness, dispatch antclmpaeM. Wtitn for
inshalBhorf i
" TACBttXIPZaVfOBTXftS,
n FB06BJUninE3,BAItDBrLLS,
PAMPHLETS. CmCULABS, CHZCXS, Ac.
& :W:-
It will pay you to se, our Dress Good,, We have
a U1CB uuo 01 uns veuing sasn Blbbons will
SWISS'
of NSCK WEAR, Cretonnes and Fringes for
same.
see our Si. 00 . CORSET. We will take Dleanura tn
mm
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1111
FntFo:Ward to the Bear,
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EOTjJjLM5TjICK!
RleSmitli Mnsic Oonse,
3na-
- Distributing Depot for the. Carollnas
-Job-
C3IICKERING
KRAN1CK & BACV,
M ATHUSHEK,
-AND-
gou lier i Gem Pianos.
.
CALL AND SIE ME.
vill Guarantee 10 per cent, on all Moneys Invested.
For Parslculars call on or write to
J j Mrl..l .Via UIiaIm
widen 3rtvitege.tteLate Pnrchaaec Is debarred.
as fine ns
ttt; ..tt.. . -
INTBE.CITY. :
Very Latest Shades in Bilks.
. . i ..it . i . ;
Berviriger & Bro
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Bliort rVUoe
aprx
LADIES !
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