SoiTli:attd Soil g?l?ai!l
rat bBaxarra jfoa oirjdicaaat
naav, one year, potivaid. w advance $& 00
SM III m. Ill - . ?f ll H I iav -iii ol I ;-tw im WS,- , . H I 4,I v-til - -': n'.s
ill r mm m 1 1 u gjpej i; jriiciitTiui mcir - ri yLi h ., s-immn,
a BK Invited to call MONDAY, MAY 8th, 1882,
lor tbe purpose of Inspecting oar 8SCQNP 8TOtK
of SPBIWQ and STJMMEBOOODS. Those whtf
bare seen our stock ot Lypp3' KIP WK4B,
pronounce tt beautiful. In It will be found SPAN
ISH LACE. PERSIAN LAWN, 8WI3S POLKA
DOT TISS, FICHUS, HANDKERCHIEFS and
LICK COLLABS In all shapes and qualities.
LINKN and FERCALK COLLABS Id striped,
Fo'ka Dot aod Embroidered.
Your special attention Is cal ed to our DBES3
GOODS DEPARTMENT. In It will be found all
tbe latest novelties, SILK GBENADINES, BRO
CADED SILK-j, fcILK and WOOL bUlTINGS.
NUNS VEILING, C YBER CLOTHS and
ol all binds, with SATIN, ST1K. MOIRE, eta. etc
to trim. We claim that no socb stock EMBROID
ERIES and LACK TRIMMINGS can be found In
Charlotte as we are now offering.
A tremendous stock of POLKA DOT Wlsb and
PKBUNXAWNS la Ecru and White, with Em
broideries to trim.
We ere offering a large stock of LINEN LAWNS,
FRENCH LAWNS, UNION LAWNS. PERCALES,
CAMBRICS, GINGHAMS, eta., etc., at prices as
ow as can be found anywhere. :
We are still reducing our larte stock of HOS
IERY at low prices.
SPECIAL . ATTENTION
Is called to our , ";-v
The Only Place in the Ciiy Where Yon
Can get a pair of iha
VAI? xo TCSX 13TH, 187C)
ALEXANDER & HARRIS,
Pegraii. & o.,
Boots, Shoes, Hals, Trunks,
PEi.RAM & CO.,
Ha?e the Best toci of
Cents' HaM-Srwd- lioes
I THK ;-tate.
P E GRAM CO.,
Can supply you with the
BEST BRABDS and LATEST STYLES
UES.YvsS M Children's Shoes.
PEG-RAM & CO.,
HaVE a pbktt y line of
GENTii1 and LADIES' SLIPPERS.
' - - - I'"-'
P EG RAM is CO.,
nY ALL KINDS OY
t'liiiilreDS Shots and Slippers.
PEGHAM & CO.,
KEEP JL WM.L 88tCTXD SlOCK OF
Trunks and Yafa
OF ALL PRICES AND SIZES.
PEGRAM & CO.,
HIVE JUST B EDITED AFIN3I STOCK OF
Of the Latest fctyle.
WKXKLY KBIT ION:
jfgejdy (in the county) fenefvate. . i .
Out the county, EUdrpaid . ....
liberal Reduction Jbr Otulx.
P E GR A M & C O. ,
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wuh mi kiod wditirY wisfc
P E G R ArrW&HCO.,
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Lyons'' QmI gd(Mm
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VOL. XXVII. , . , , . ;,-gAtffigg, ; iJ.' NO. 4,091.
JJ AVINQ Just returned from the Eastern Mar
kets the second time this season, we are now able
to show the Trade all the NEW THINGS In the
way ot Novelties of the season.
We have replemlshed our BLACK SILK STOCK
with Moires, Brocades, Satins and Surahs In all
shades, Summer 81iks and Foulards. Also a
handsome stock of Satteens In fancy colors.
Nuns Telling in all colors from 35c to SI per yard.
A new lot of Laces In all the new designs. One
of the cheapest and handsomest lots of ,
To be found Id the city
Mull Muslins In pinks.
blue and cream
A new lot of Ulsters for Ladies
In Linen and Mohair. A new stoek of
The cheapest and most handsome styles. Some
new Neck Wear in new styles. A new lot of Bunt
tag in all colors from I2ftc to 81 per yard.
. Come and see and be convinced that we hare
the goods and prices to salt you
T. I.. SEIGIiE A CO.
A Kiefer-Failing Cure fbr Burns,
Scalds, Bruises, Cuts, Sores, etc
After forty years of trial. Perry
DaTis' Pain Killer stands unrivaled.
It Is safe t It acts immediately ! It
never fails t
Editor of the St. John QT. B.) News, says :
In flesh wounds, acnes, pains, sores, etc,
It is the most effectual remedy we know of.
No family should be without a bottle of It
for a single hour.
From the Cincinnati Dispatch:
We have teen its magle 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 Batlsfled It
Is positively efficient as a healing remedy
for wounds, braises, and sprains.
W. W. Sharper, Valdosta, Oa., says :
It is a panacea for all Drulses and burns.
From R. W. Adams, Saco, He.:
It gave me Immediate relief.
R. Lewis Bays:
In forty years' use it never has failed me.
W. W. Lam, Nicholville, N. Y., says :
I use your Paiu Killer frequently. It
relieve pain and soreness, and heal wounds
Tor scalds" and burns It has no equal.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER Is not
a new untried remedy. For forty years
it has been In constant nse; and those who
have used it the longest are iit best friend.
Its success i entirely becanseof its merit.
Since the Pain Killer was first introduced,
hundred 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. Mnch pain and heavy
doctors' bills may often be laved by prompt
application of the Fain Killer. Unlike most
medicine, it imperfectly tafe even in the hands
of a child. Try it once thoroughly, and it
will prove its value. Your druggist has it
at 25c, SOc. and 81.00 per bottle.
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
sept e4 lew sept & oct
BLESSING TO WOMANKIND.
Relieve all diseases of women pecu
liar to the appearance and cessation
of the menses, ut-rine disturbances
mrpidity of functions, . with leucor
rhoea. dUmenorrria, and bfsterla.
ali in melancholia and other men
tal derangements. Aff'trd prompt
relief to those distressing bearing
down p 1I118 so peculiar to women.
Price 553 per box, Sent free by-nail
on receipt of price. Dr. Clarke
Medicioe Com puny, New Torkrity.
OR Scrofula or any Blood Dlnordcr.
econaary or ternary, are an invaiu- j
able remedy. They never ran to
cur when directions are followed.
Price 82 50per box. Flveb xes$10
Sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of
price. Aderess Dr Clarke Medicine
Company, New York City.
N INVALUABLE BEOTED1T.
Tor weakness of tbe Kidneys and
bladder. quick and complete cure
in 4 to 8 days of all urinary affec
tions, smarting, frequent or difficult
urination, mucuus discharges and
sediments In the urine, from what
ever cause Induced, whether of re
rnt or lonsr standinff. : One to three
boxes usually sofficTeiiL j pgetr&LJ
pec dox. loqpo! poxeq
Mailed ree ore receipt ot price. A6
(dree Dr. Clarke Mdfclae Company!
New iotk cny. 1 -
'HEKE IS A BALJfl Iff OIIBAD
For all cases of SiwrmatorrbaBa'
and lmpotency, as the result of seilr
ahnsfl in vonth. sexual excesses m
maturer years, or other causesand l.
nmducirut some of tbe f
effects: Nervousness, seminal
ions fnierht emissions DJ cueaos
Dimness of Sight, Defective. item
ory, fhisicai aecay, nropjea op
trace. Aversion to Society of Femi
Hnnfiialnn nf Tdeas. LOS9 :of SHXnilrTi
WVWAHU.W . ' t . . 1
Power, &c, renaering marrage mv -
nroneror unhappy. Are a poslflTe.
cure in two to 8 weeks. One far fir,
hnTAa iifniallr sufficient Price S
per box. J our Doxes tsen oj
pany, New York City. . ....
mm. i m
1IJ1L1L1 U. UU. U jij
"i Tliee-Ien-1: pat -fiisaenej at thav
point, trill not corrode or rutrt, and win no icmoa
j'LtrJalbyansikoaesett25caata'T t f ' -
Solo Atemtm,-1"'- ' ;
vdn? Blakiferrian; Taylor & Co
11 " 1 1 " 11: vii' -' , ... .I.-...,,, .,
THE ASSASSIN'S KNIFE
RET Alt Y CUT DOWN. f
Great Iadignatioa of All Classes: in En
gland, and & Reward of $5,0(0.0
ferediy Boston Irisamea for tie Ap
prehension of the Assassins.
LoNDbN, May 8.The Times isay $ it
is now thouRrrtr- that- Ijofd Frederick
Cavendish and Mr. Barke 1 were; tbth
deliberately selected for assassination
during the-recession in Dublin on Sat1
urday. A man enquired three tinw
whether Liord Frederick Cavendi8h
was in the procession. The cbieise
retarv at last read his name.1 ; The man'
replied, Thank you,? that wiU idOLw I
Three men on ' horseback 4 wawhed'
the procession in a snsptciOTis manner.
There were eight gapirig wounds in the
body of Lord Frederick Cavendish and
eleven in that of Under Secretary Burke.
A special messenger left London for
Dublin hastily this morning.
BOSTON IRISHMEN OFFER A ' REWARD.
Boston, Mass, May 8. The follow
ing was this uibrnrngeafeled to Harnell :
"A reward of $5,0j0 one thbuM&d
pounds is hereby offered by Irishmen
of Boston for the apprehension !dr! 'He
murderers, or any of them.lof Xord
Frederick Cavendish and Mr. Brkeon
Saturday Majtj6th, on behalf of Irish
men of Boston. Signed John Boyle
O'iieifiy, Patrfck A. Collins."
DENOTJNCING THE ASSASSINS OF LORD
CAVESTOISH AJND KtS; SECRETARY. 1
. . . London, May ,V-A; meeting of con
servatives was held in London Sunday
afternoon. Sir Stafford Korthcote, Mar
quis of Salisbury, and all prominent
members of the last conservative cabk
net were present. The meeting lasted
an hoar. Resolutions . were passed ex-
Eressing horror at the; assassination of
.ord Cavendish and Secretary Burke,
sympathy with the government and
tbe willingness of the i opposition to
support the government with their
whole strength in coping with the mur
derers in Ireland.
Sir Stafford Northcote said he doubt
ed whether the government would pro
claim martial law, but that if they did
they might reckon on the rapport of the
conservativesT i , -
ADJOURNING THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
London, May 8. The" Cabinet de
cided to adjourn the House, of Com
mons to-day, after allusions to the mur
der of Lord Cavendish and Secretary
Burke had been made by the leaders of
THE SOUTHERN METHODISTS.
Some Interesting Facts and Figures.
We gather the following interesting
statistics from the address of the bish
ops at the Genera Conference in ses
sion at Nashville last week :
The force of itinerant ministers un
der appointment to active labor in our
thirty-nine Annual Conferences and
our mission fields is 3,704, being an in
crease in the last quadrennium of 247.
Our itinerant system is exceedingly ef
fective. The membership has increased from
798,862 to 860,687. Thirteen thousand
of these were added to the communion
of the Church last year.
The amount of church property and
accommodation for congregations has
increased in proportion. Houses of
worship have been built or renovated
on a better style of arhttecture, and
there has been, in a marked degree, a
general clearing out of old debts.
The condition of our mission work,
at home and abroad, may be outlined in
the following statements:
The amount raised for foreign mis
sions, from May, 1874, to June, 1878,
was 8242,933.98; from June. 1878, to
April, 1882,8354,371.09 an increase in
the last four years of 8111,438.01.
In the same years were contributed
to domestic missions within the bounds
of the Annual Conferences tbe sums
respectfully of 8216,916.67 and 8229.850,
the amount iu tbe last quadrennium
being in excels of the former by 89,934.
31. The Indian mission has steadily
grown. We have now in that Confer
ence over 5,000 members CherQkees,
Ohoctaws, Chicasaws, Creeks and Semi
noles. besides several hundred white
people and negroes, who: have obtained
citizenship or right of residence among
the natives. The- gospel and the ordi
nances of tbe qtiurch are -.dispensed tb
them by more ' than thirty' ttaveling
preachers most of thefn ,In4fans-r-and
-one hundred and twenty,. local preach
ers. .'Eb.e Mexican Border Mission, on our
liofifhftPn f frSrTtier.'has extefided its ter-ritorialjfimite2-The
number of ' mem
berisd8el)00i nativ?pfeachers 17;
cnuTcnes Bav-x)eenLaujit ana more are
i Droiecteil.LI Ini thft Central Mexican
tVi : 5 Ai ;w
- Daisainiit! Mttw-upycr-' wcuiucia,
3f najijiraciFeaaneKaiia 33 aay scnoois,'
besides Sunday schools. h
Thyrrjychool department has
rrdereti&ring the past fourj
vears.Tincraedn the number or
,.B6Wolnd of pupils 71,-
I t.Tberearefionr, 'T31(? schools, 6244a
tearfi6rsi4eiltiiupls; increase last.
jeat 21.7JW; 1 TheiSuriday school litera-
ttreliasfWetQnyVid in quality.v re
duced in rlcendincreased in circula
tion. - "" h'1 -y' s'
In aggregate., circulation
imsWm&JWS&m isiiuMt ;is now
--Tfte tulCron" of- trar pubrMhTfi
ir5usei'Jn4 deib-.toriany changec
Aaifor tJia.better, JMcathe General
iCdntetetice last hatf' Its0
quate to the emergency has
- . i A. .
IU.UUU. UTUWUIk mta
- fKA -
r5G0a dar, and tMlial
ceeded " the asssots WMinore
aooye T1 ftnili f.jfo,P7r mb
1 ,i tit, T f
innrTPZcentB bohdifcoibiaog tinje. Also,
ihat,ihe maaafmrfainag.. fftrihties of
rirftAsi m fmtlnr. cased and its
xisuacv t tj
- - , ,
MtbtkA In .wll i
ferftto-tha hope ot msrinn ingir escape.
tion of Earl Speacer Demed.
Nfflaii unnAav that there was not the
slightestloundation for the report 6t
me imp8xfanig rtauuaMuu man.
Poker as a Iaekloesvtoi Wetter.
Frankfort Letter in LoulsrfUe CotrfterooTaai. ' '
Last Tuesday, night at 7:30 o'clocB;
five gehtiemen, three of whom were
legislaterssat'down to the time-honored
round-table and began topOiy. "Tfme
flew by so rapidWi?iCiabpk tney
all agreed they, had bter ,; play a little
longer. It was a big gameS caUl
and table, takes. . Aces were worttilOO
and two : Dalra. antthmac . ander . &50tf. '.'
Hour, after-hour passed, and the colli.
Anil; aayiifiiUi Degan f peep, in at them
through, the' closedi shouera. and still
Hhey played. One--lriener was 82,800
hmd-i Brejakfastiwaa ordered. They.
ped itdown,.adVgain; withi pale.
arq iac wv rac aooui tn uiDie.
weive o'clock. .. hurb,. n,Qon..t,and thev
were, sun at it. wu air 11 the room
was stifling, tttt thsftA&$i!XSl f or thaL'
It was a beautiful day withopj, the air
balmy, and warm, but the f rightful fas
cination of tAe garnekept thfefn there irk
tne close room nn4w ithe:poJ3oiious gas
jets, necessarya becuseii.the-.iviBdw8
must be kept ch,iiitth -cards
an4ietg tAeyIpSi J
bix. o dock came, ana dne oTthc party 4-
was gone, utterlyrospowrbT-!He
left 81,000 in taiehaTirlsrr,;ftiMPbiUs.
utterly 'sfcrokeh 4ot HeTl)PQ WitfAe The Gfgat kinCjiresj
tiues and staggered off ite bed. At 8,
uciuci were : ww8uomj"iHtHOi uie,
party left, with facesi.as white iasashps.
and nerves all shattered, bv drink 'aft d
the awful excitement of the tame.',
Just at 2 o'clock !Thuratiay fliteM n'thp&J
three men separated, .afteri: thirty -six.
hours of incessant play and 83,4QQ ,tad
been won and-, lost, One of tpe rrieri
was sick for two days : another has not
recovered yet, It was a terriblf expe
rieafce for all bfthem. i
A Bishop on fie Southern Outlook.
Bishop Qaiotard.' of Tennessee, at
tended the Alabama Episcopal Con ven-
tion at Montgomery last week and de
livered an address, in which he took
occasion to make some very encourag
ing references to the Southern (States.
Taking Tennessee and. indicating her
possibilities, he showed that , the popu
lation had increased in . ten years 283,-
874. That he production of cotton
dUting the sime period increased from
f 81842 bale&l W $9,623; .sorn .from 41,
53,034 bilaliek to - 02,74,429 bushels;
iron from-29,00f) -to 160,000 tons, j an4 in
many other industries in even greater
proportion. As a matter of encourage
ment for the people of ! Alabama, he
showed that her population increased
in ten years from 996,922 to 4,262,594, j
The production of cotton increased from
429,482 bales to 699,654; corn from 15,
977,948 bushols to 25,451,278 bushels;
iron from comparatively nothing to
fully ltoDOO&ons last year, and indica
tions pointing .200,000 this tear; coal
from oahRtoat feasti i,500,000 tons.
He? said toat there are fifty-eight oil
mills in the South. Of iron Bishop
Quintard contended that the Alabama
iron region has probably the best dis
posed materials for the conversion of
ore in the world, combining the three
requisites iron ore, coal and limestone
of the best quality lying parallel for
fifty miles or more. Coal so abundant
as to be put on the cars at $1 per ton,
and the whole in unlimited quantities
one mine putting forth 1,500 tons per
day. 80 that where in England a miner
goes 1,200 feet in depth for it, in Ala
bam a these deposits can be had with
almost horizontal shafts into the hills.
Think what all this means, said Bishop
Quintard, when tbe surface of all civil
ized countries is fairly gridironed with'
iron roads. Of phosphates, a third mar
vel in possession, the Bishop said the
harbors of South Carolina and Georgia
have beds of this material two or three
feet in thickness, laying as coal does
elsewhere. There it is with yery limi
ted arrangements as yet, supplied in
such quantities by dredgiDg machines
that for three months together 100 cars
per day are run to the upper country to
renovate the worttout soil. Large quan
tities besides go abroad, bringing a re
turn of capital, Bishop Quintard said
it is impossible to estimate the value of
this product to the' South, the only de
posit of this kind, he believed, in the
world. This is but one more of the ad
vantages in the hands of the Southern
people. Cotton itself we all know the
value of as the, great staple. Increase
in manufactures, oil mills and other
matters or general importance were
briefly and graphically referred to.
How the Chinese Go.
Napa (Cal.) KeponeT. ...
elated Martinez. April 29tb, of the fol
lowing purport: "Sfgiis have4 been ap
parent nere for some days mat vigorous
measures would be taken bv our citi
zens to rid the town of the Mongolians
located, in. our midst, and tni$ teeiiug
has been intesified by the recent em
ployment of Chinese in the local can
neries to' the exclusion of white labor.
Thedimax was reached this evening,
wherr; as if by a Common understand-
ing.andUwith one mind, the citizens
turned out en masse, and assembling in
tbe vicinity of the house occupied try
the hinese, demanded, that they should
vacate thei nrtrAises. i The Chinamen
were slow-to obey these orders! when a
general oQglaughfr-yae made, and, -Uija
hniidihff' WasmbletiilV s demolished.
xne nraeBo wasn-anwsea were tusy vis
ited ancU the. Mongolians compened to.
decamp". ( Jteststance Mas Offered: in
report of urearms.was frequent ; AJ l
tnis nour ociock p. m.ib,isxo-
Mrted thatrthreerbave .been killed and,;
seyenu. woHnaeo. iom voice at larfciuez
is that the "Chinese must go," andMJie
; W m m. mr A . . "
most effectual means have Jaeeti adopt
ed to enforce the unanimous jreriict.
ftskint tea Corafield.
v Info4orario4rten-aere field whien
eepLT Qa ttie BoUis.CPitivated a
cermluisrii produces thirls
jwracre. ir anyotte waitaae
a todi a hole to tlie depth' of
AiTtVLa'":L:'"-Yi iliVikWt ignir UHY u
wail la umiuc,
ty.was at One, time
water, on which ac-
iatanrefetatie matter, wmen nas
beeildTicreaseoTiTomumeto nme, traui
ana ncu tu. pruuuuo uue win, w,uwu
ft; JiaaTQi CurnVBt br trand.'aa it Is
H9t twgjewugb. to bear- the, weight
of a horse. While narves ting the hands
atch'great istzingarfaluby a hole
liu-oueivtneearxn. a person rising on
gea tlwgiowtng com Mtmm caif aronna
him A n votia haviiwanfrleismcsuamrtn
ArejiaftXiria,lUs- .for. aames.
have bsen'iestond to perfect healUi 1
jvtMMlEXAm OosBaoratft. It ba posttrfBcare
tne most stabborn casei ol female weakness.
. f From (he pprns JournaL ,
' A KsssarkaHS HbusOvmrf.- M :
A REAL SKIN OipRE,
' ' .TBXBM OJHXrHB :r
- Dewaryof-mpoafrB. rtratea.-or anr okl articles
Nalc now suddenry !lalm te be beet Tihex' haye
mm. Uei Bjrtbantt wannftJwbiieihls has been
this curaiire heeds no patapoai 'or l&ootnpie
hensrbie title or.Greek oj atjn, 'to lUBtaln if, .but
its simple; Xnglisa' nane .'appeals' dlrecey trj the
eomif9n4en8e of the' people.' And peobltfar
signally manlTeskng their appreciating of ttna
frankness by selectine and uslne Dr. Benson's
SKIN CURE in preference to all otker professed
C. W. Benson has long been vreQ known as
a successful, pbjalcian and surgeon and his life
studi iu& been the diseases of the nerrons sjsten
put nis w aemeuy ana jrawnte .rrescripuon as
s ''Skin Cure" on the market, ysjlousthinlBs'feasfi
sprung np Into existence, or have woke ;ua ftpqn L
thealfifiai J-We.iPwbjchJihey. were bafore, and I
CBBaware lrnltaUons, or. the yario
wuicu nave Deen aaverasea ior years
aicm.i having no real hold or merit an
that how endeavor
to keep head a!
ft'dVerttefng themselves as '-Tbe Grat8l
None 18 genuine and reliable, except'
Er iC. . W.
Benson's Skin One. Eaeh package apd bottle
bears his likenes?.- IntenaKand external remeay,
twobotaesra one package. Price S 1.00. get at
your druggists.' S . '
Relief fir ail Overworked Biun,
CAUSE AND CUKE.
Dr. 0. W. Benson's Celery and Chamomile Pills
are valuable lor school children who sqffejs from.
nerrous headacnes caused by ah overworked brain
in ineu siuuies, anu ior ail classes oi nara Drain-
workers whose overtasked nervous centers.. need.
repair and sedation. -Nervous tremov weakness,
and paralysis are being dally cured y these puis.
They correct costlveness. but are- not-iurgatiye,.
Price, 50 cents or six boxes- for $2 50) oostage
free, to any address. For sale by all druggists.
Depot, Baltimore, Md., where the Doctor, oan be
addressed. Letters of inquiry freely answered.
C. N. Crittenton. New York, is wholesale azent
for Dr. C. W. Benson's remedies.
HRS. LYDIIL PIMMM 5F lMt KASS.,
LYDIA E. PI NIC HAM 8
; Is a Posttlve CAre
far Bll tkaaa rafaTst Coplalnta taA WaakaaSSSS
It wiB cope tntiiely the wont form of Female Com
plaints, sfl ofrttn tronbies, InltsnrnaWop and TTlcera
tion, Tallin mmt. DbjdaeemeBta, and the consequent
flpbtal Weakness, and la parUcnlarijr adapted to the
Change of Life.
It win 'dbiolve and expel turn on from the nteroi In
en early rtage ot development. The tendency to can
oerom humor, there U checked very epeedily by its nee.
It remorea f aintnesa, flatulency, destroys ail eraTlnc
for rtlnn1"', and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cores Bloating-, -Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debflity, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indl
That feeling- of bearing down, causing pain, weight
aad backache, is always permanently cored by Its see.
It will at all times and under all cireumstancee act In
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
Tor tha core ot Kidney Oempatintt of either aazthls
Oomponnd Is unsurpassed.
iTDIA . rlXKIIAU'S TECETABLK COM".
FOOD 1 prepared at 233 and t35 Western Avenue,
Iynn,Hass. P-rlceft Blxbottlesfor . Sefxtbymail
In the form of pills, also in the form of losenges, on
receipt of price, $1 per bos for either. Mrs, Pinkham
freely answers all tetters of inmiry. Bend for pamph
let. Address as above., Mention thi Paper,
So family ehonld be without LTDIA K. PDvKHAU'S
LTVER FTLLS. They cure constipation, bllloi
and torpidity of the liver. 96 cents-per bei
S3- Sold by all lrrafcstjrts.
PELOUBET fe CO.,
Steiaway, Webber, Decker Bro's.
Q A3 NES and. GATS CITY '
It Is conoeded, lead tne
.WoricU.I,ar4 agent for
;all tne celelirated New
York makes land 5ELL
THEM AT rACTOBT
Do not be fooled by
but te fii a trial be
fore jroo-buf aad I will
sbow you that I can
distance alt oompett-i
tors, both in price and i
terras. An I ask Is a
trial and this can.co
Wn rtnthinr. while
ico ay be the'mesiM ' fe
saitog yoris grjeatjS
Ivt anlevvTirriMrt. 01
vm- Oreans always in stock 4ltber to sell , or
rent. CaU on or address
' Lock Box 274. CnarlMtetlMV'
State Board ef
tal Examiners will
lrstd la Salem,
dm rhkr,Rfiis.T-. arBBSsyMatn'iersons
tne penaiaeset-t 'iiwcwi
in, 11 sssnr mtrk
TT bb saWwrSfc eJ "Wi
Jksar A wm luUkJ
1 1 ijitij i ,1
r.l H '
We Received Per
A Large Slock of LACES in New Effects,
ALSO SOME NEW STYLES KOOPSKIRTS.
WE XfiK OFFEBTNG BABGHN3 IN SIVHtaL LINX3 OP GOODS, AND
Parties Will Find it to Heir Interest to Examine Our Stock.
We bare a!se Just
, And are constanffj addlna to our stock everything new that comes out.
' jail and see us. Prompt attention giren to orders. Truly,
WEIGHT 1500 B ill SQUABE GRAND.
McSMITH WILL DOUBLE HIS STOCK.
LOOK OUT FQR SQUALLS 1 BAWLS.
Let Music Increase!
Organs within Reach of Everybody.
MASON & HAMLIN,
SMOSWGER BELL CHIME,
PKLOUBET&CO. and STEItUN'tf.
' ": c:" a a o r p g o jgjf
Ncier leteM low- Prices! Easy Terms
H. McSMITH, Charlotte, N. C.
NEW mm NEW STYLES! LATEST COTS !
T7OB oar stock is now complete. We call especial
1: IN OUBOWN BQD8X. wo are jUstineu in
rlence and standing of out House, Is full guarantee
18 THS MDoT HKLIABLJS tHJhV in M9S sUTKet.
study the demands of our patrons, and Insure-them
lots m oroer
ter to Introduce l-ow Priced. Goods, Iftut
made up In suck a style as Is worn In fashionable
aWwrttn otrr stock br eoirie early lrtrbe Market of
Our stock of Boar and Cli 1Jrl y en.yi Olotli Ing Is as fine as
Jways. The latest styles in
HATS, ALL COLORS.
' r:' " " TOE.rhEST IKTHE (3IT3T.
TH E YOR KTOWN SCARF,
The JMcMPlit, ,1A tte Ttfilf , . : : . . ,
,dl tAaLtaMOM-k. W hb to
MAKES, Tnrift- , . .
IPAKPHLXTa. CBCUIyAE, CgEfTa,
Received some New
Crime will Decrease
WitWfl Reacb of Eyeryloily.
CHICK KBING r SOV,
KRANICH k BACH,
-A R I O N
SIMPSON & CO.,
LOOK HOW THX OLD MAN FROWNS .
And scratches Ms bead while reading Mc's adv. Make
"him read, let him frown. Write to me addl will send
jou a photo (not of myself) but of my Pianos and Or
gsns. Make your selection, then go for oho and write
to me for a few mors doU, suoa as pricey terms, 4c.
Address, or call on
attention 1e tbe SABM 1RTB MAKTJT ACT U ItKD
asseruBg, and not xap?rae. tbst the lone eir
up arst-elasi earments, and always
TTOM PRICKS. We do not bnr lob
rnrarlabty offer the rjobilesuehIiOTHiQ and
circles in Korthem cities, -we baT tbe eboiee of
which nrlvlleee the Late Purchaser la debarred