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CHi-RLOltrfii; N csunday may 14, 1882
"' 4W WTiU "W ! 11 Run; i
... i .'.j -J" 1
.Tserf Inspeeitng our Btitib&tl 6
"ft oi yens'
II IMlttlmll SB It will 1
DOT TI18. lCH? f Mf
t irv C0LLAB8 In all shapes and qualll
LINKN and PSRCALK COLLARS la striped,
poika Dot and Embroidered; ' 11
Your special attention Is called to our DRESS
GOODS DlPABJrikrtn' 3i It fwfilbe found an
the latest novelties. SILK GBENADINES, BRO
CADED 8ILK3, 8ILK and WOOL bUlTISGS.
MJN3 VEILING. CI.YBER CLOTHS and
of all binds, with BAT IS. SIlK, MOIBK,tf,. eta,
to trim. We claim that no such stock XMBROID
IBISS and LACB TRIMMINGS can be found In
Charlotte as we are bow ottering. "T
A tremendous stock of POLKA DOT SWISS and
PKRPUN LAWNS la Xeru and White, with Em
broideries t trial. I ; r f, i i
we are offering alsfge stock of. LINXN LAWNS,
yKKlSCH'LAwVs;U?fJplJ LAWUS. IERC ALE9,
CAMBRICS, GINGHAMS, eta.
etc, at prices as
ow as can be found anywhere.
We are still reducing our large stock of HOS
IKBY at tow prices.
s fc0 JO.: or
Is called to our
The OdIy Pkcl toll fitjtWhijre You
' ' .. 2 iH :
Can get a pair of the
is rem 13th, 1870.)
Pegram & Co.,
Boots, Shoes, Hate, Trunks,
PEG RAM & CO.,
Have the Best Stock of
PEG RAM .--& CO.,
Caa supply ioo.wfth the
BE8T BBAHTJff tad LATEST STYLE3
Ladies' Misses and Childrens Shoes.
pe&rAsm: & oo.,
havb a mm UNX OF '
GENTS' md LADIES' SUPPM
PEGRAI & CO.,
kayjk axjv.kinds pr
Childens, Shoes and Slippers.
KXIP A WILL SXLXCTZI) STOCK OF
of m Wi Mm
PEGRAM & CO.,
Of the Latest Styles. Of the Latest Styles.
CAN 8UIT TSiH
With any kinds BOOTS tod 8H0IS THIT W ISH.
ohs1 Deel StiCeners.
Uil . MM '
pjAVING Jnst returned from the Eaterti Mar
kets the second time fhls season, we are now able
to show the Trade all the NEW THINGS In the
way of Novelties of the season.
We have replenished our BLACK SILK'STOCK
with Moires, Brocades, Satins and Surahs In all
shades, Summer Silks and Foulards. Also a
handsome stock of Patteens la fancy colors.
Nans Veiling in all colors from B5 to $1 &er yard.
A new lot of Laces In all the new designs. One
of the cheapest and handsomeat lets of
To b found in the city. MuU Muslins In pinks,
blue and cream. A new lot of Ulsters for Ladls
in Linen and Mohair. A new stock of
The cheapest and most handsome styles. Some
new Neck Wear la new styles. A new lot of Bunt
lLg In all colors from 12Vio to SI per yard.
Come and se and be- convinced that we have
the goods and prices to suit you.
T. Ei. MSIGLE &, CO.
A Never-Failing Cure for Burnsj
Scalds, grilses, Cuts, Sores, etc.
Alter forty years of trial, Perry
Davis Plain Killerstands unrivaled.
It is safe t It acta immediately ! It
Editor of the St. John OT. B.) News, eays-:
In flesh wounds, aches, pains, sores, etc.,
it la 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 havsen Its magic effects, and know
it to bo a pood artlcla , -From
I. B.Potter, U. S. Consul at Crefeld,
Alter long yars of use, I am satisfied It
, Is positively efficient as a healing remedy
for wounds, bruises, and sprains.
W. W. 8harper, Valdosta, Ga., Bays :
PromR.W. Adams, gaco, Me,!
It gave me Immediate relief.
K. Lewis says:
In forty years' use it never has failed me.
W. "W. Lum, Nicholvllle, N. Y., says :
I use your Fain Killer frequently. It
relieve pain and soreness, and heals wounds
For scalds and burns It has no equal.
PERRY DAVIS' FAIN KILLER is not
a new untried remedy. I'or forty years
it hasbeen in constant use ; and those tr ho
have used it the longest are it best friends.
ItMuccessiscnftrdy becauseof iti merit.
Since the Pain Killer was firstintroduced,
hundreds of new medicines have come and
gone, while to-tlay this medicine is more
extensively used and more highly valued
than ever before. Every family should have
a bottle ready ftrue. Much pain and heavy
doctors' bills may often be saved by prompt
application of the Pain Killer. Unlike most
application or the JL'aln KUier
medicines, it Isperfcctty safe even in the hands
of a child. Try it once thoroughly, and it
will prove its value. Your drupgis has it
at 23c, 50c and Sl.OO par bottle.
PERRY DAVIS & SON. Proprietors.
Providence, R. I
ept w sept & oct.
BLESSDKG TO WOMANKIND.
Believe all diseases of women pecu
liar to the appearance ana cessation
of the menses, uterine disturbances
torpidity of functions, with leucor
rhoea, dlsmenorrhaea, and hysteria,
also In melancholia and other men
tal derangements. Afford prompt
relief to those distressing bearing
down palDS so peculiar to women.
race iSo per dox. aeni rree Dy man
on receipt oi price. Dr. uiarne
Medicine Company, New York city.
OR Scrofula or any Blood Disorder.
In either stage, whether primary,
secondary or tertiary, are an Invalu
able remedy. They never fall to
cure when directions are followed.
Prtaa S3 nOoer box. Five boxes SI 0.
. JSeiit bymalL prepaid, on receipt of
price. Aderess Lr uiaree jaeaicme
Company, New York City.
For weakness of the Kidneys and
bladder. A 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 eause Induced, whether of re
cent or long standing, une w inree
boxes usually sufficient. Price 82
per box. Three boxes for 355.
Mailed free on receipt tl price. Ad
dress Dr. Clarke Medicine Company,
New York City.
'HEBE IS A BALtM IN QlLEArit
For all cases of 8nermatorrhoea'
and lmpotency, as the result of self-
abuse la youth, sexual excesses in
maturer years, or other causes, and
producln some or tne iouowmg
effects: Nervousness, seminal emis
sions (night emissions by dreams),
Dimness of aight. Detective Mem
ory, rnisicai aecy, jrinpies on
Kace. Aversion toyocieiy oi emaie1',
Confusion of Ideas. Losh of Sexuil
Power,1 Ac., rendering marriage im
nrooer or unhanny. Are a positive
cure in two to 8 weeks. One to fir
boxes usually sumcienr trice t tu
per box Four boxes $5 Pent by
mail, prepaid, on receipt of price.
Address Dr. Clarke Medicine Com
pany, New York City. - :
m NEW- NO. 8.
LfLuLtWiiuaJitf Bed Sewlig Mwttnein the
world. Try iioeiore Buying m uuu.
"AGE UTS wAnT U.
5 wS'fSr! Bead toi Terms land Price "List
RICHMOND, TA. . i
The PhUadelphia : Record says Itbe
high prices of beef, pork and muttqa'
in that city has reduced the consump
tlon 20 per cent. I
plne la hot the lot of any.eomraanitiy.
Just as Sumter cotrnty recovered froin
the pleas of guilty in the election: trials
and rose to point with pride to a per
fectly empty jail, the cut worm ap
peared in the cotton. 'Iwas ever thiis,
Atlanta Tost-Appeal: It appears
that three-fourths of the $10,000,000 ap
propriated for educational purposes by
Gongress will come South.; The Secre
tary of the Interior will disburse'the
fund to the States, where the proper of
flcers will distribute it among the com
mon schools, white and colored receiv
i&g equal shares.
Louisville Courier-Journal : The Su
treme Lodge Knights of honor, an or
gfinfeation which originated in this city
few years go, convened in ninth' an
nual session in Baltimore Tuesday,
Judge Hoke; of Louisville, Supreme
Dictator, presiding. The reports show
that the society now has 130,000 mem
bers, and paid out in death benefits dur
ing the past year $2,300,000.
There are 20,000 Jews in Chicago, and
the Inter-Ocean says of them: "They
are seldom seen about the saloons of an
evening, nor do they figure conspicu
ously in the police courts." The Amer
ican Jews have many good qualities
that a multitude of Christians could
well afford to study and emulate.
Among these virtues are temperance,
patience, peace and the love of home.
Berlin is to have an elevated street
railroad operated by electricity, which
has the remarkable feature of stopping
the trains instantly at street crossings,
and lowering them to the pavements
for the accommodation of the passen
gers. In France there is a railway in
operation on which the cars are pro
pelled by electrical force, and lighted
by the same agency.' Laying aside the
question of practicability, which has
been conclusively demonstrated, it is
claimed that it is cheaper and safer
than the steam system.
The Cincinnati Enquirer says that
during the last thirty years the United
States government has g"iven away to
railroad corporations not less than 191,
653,401 acres of public land, 21,554,201
acres than more comprise' the State of
Texas. And yet there is scarcely a case
on record where a railroad has fulfilled
its part of the contract made with the
government when the land grant was
made. Hopes are still entertained by
some indigent roads of wresting a few
million more acres from, the govern
ment; but the time has come to cry a
halt in this reckless squander of the
It is currently reported that Judge
Settle of this State, who now holds the
position of United States district Judge
for Florida, is a candidate for the va
cant judgeship of the court of claims.
While we have nothing in common
with Judge Settle politically, we think
lie is entitled to the consideration of
his party for which he has labored hard
nd made as many sacrifices as anyone
within its ranks in the South. While
battling hard, and hitting hard blows
in advocacy of the principles which he
hid espoused, he managed to keep him
self out of the mire and command the
respect of those whom he fought
against. If he were rewarded accord
ing to tne services ue nas rendered his
jarty, which is the standard of appoint
ment these days, he would be occupy
ing a position in the cabinet, instead of
being an applicant for the judgeship in
the court of claims.
The Pennsylvania Republican Ticket.
By concessions to the "Independents"
the "stalwarts," who constituted the
majority in the Republican convention
at Harrisburg, yesterday succeeded in
nominating a ticket which will proba
bly be supported by the entire party.
Gen. James A. Beaver, the candidate
for Governor, was defeated for the
United States Senate a year ago because
he was presented by the Cameron fac
tion. He is a comparatively young
man, and has never" held any political
office. He was born in Perry county,
Pa., in 1837; graduated at Jefferson
College, Canonsburg, Pa , in 185G; stu
died law at Bellefonte, and was ' admit
ted to t he bar in 1859. At the outbreak
ing of the civil war he went in'to the
three months' service as a second-lieutenant,
and at the end of his term assist
ed in raising -the 46th Pennsylvania
regiment, of which he was made lieutenant-colonel.
He was subsequently
made colonel of the 148th Pennsylvania
Regiment. He participated in .nearly
all the great battles fought by the Array
of the Potomac, was severely wounded
three times, and finally lost his right
leg in the engagement at Ream's Sta
tion while in command of a brigade.
Since the war he has devoted himself
to the practice of his profession. He is
an able lawyer, a fluent speaker, and
his personal character is beyond re
proach. The nomination of Wm Henry Rawle,
of Philadelphia, for judge of the Su
preme court, was a concession to the
"reform" element of the party. The
best known man on the ticket is the
Hon Thomas M Marshall, of Pittsburg,
who was nominated for congressman
at large. Mr Marshall is one of the
most distinguished lawyers in Western
Pennsylvania, and is besides a famous
stump-speaker. He supported Mr.
Greeley for President in 1872.
A Stabbing Affair at Wilson's Mills.
BalelghNes and Observer.1 - ; ' 1 '
We learn of a desperate affair at this
place a few days ago, wherein two white
men were injured. A man named Tu
tor, while somewhat under the influence
of liquor,, was told to leave the store of
Mr. Uzzle, by MrA. T. Uzzlei who is
well-known here In Raleigh.' The latter
endeavored to get Tutor to go home,
when suddenly the latter drew a knife
and cat at nim. Some papers and a
pocket-book in Uzzle's coat saved him.:
Uzzle then cut Tutor as he was about to
renew the assault.' Tutor was stabbed
in five placesthe wounds being serious
but not dangerous, and he isjnow im-
to be at
sanded Cotton. '
New York; May t2 J-The, 1 Herald
lays? ."The Cotton Eichangejiasire
eived a letter, from f)ldharn England,
Intimating that"tn ' explanation Uiat
anna round jn r American . cotton was
Lawn if there bv ,wind. .is, not satisfao
"Us;!-.' ji aj.n j rot- rt-. f v-.-rtM I
' ; Illness p Archbishop Prche. h.-u i
' New. Orleans; HaylflpeOiai tof
the .Times saysr Tne venerable Arch
bishop Perche is dangerously ill and it
is not believed he can live many days."
proving ,Mr. Uzzle is now. a
cialf traveler, but ! happened
Wilson's Mills at the time of
The jBituation in Egypt is critical, but
theKiediVe itnf 'Retains his place.
Aretorn .basJieen issued showing
that 462 agrarian outrages were com
muted in Ireland daring the month of
-April. .; . v' t:i
.The New York-Grain and Produce
Exchange has decided that trading in
contracts lor future delivery in grain
between members ' of the Exchange
must ce ase after 4 p. m.
The Boston and Albany Railroad mil
discharge next week one fourth of the
employees in the Springfield. Boston
, and- Albany shops, on account of the
dullness in freight business.
Jacksonpprt, Ark., on the White riv
er, is--ffboded, -: an' heavy 'rains have
caused a wash-out on the Memphis and
Charleston Railroad at Muddy creek,
75 miles east of em phis, the track be
ing under water for three miles.
The convention- ef the Pennsylvania
Constitutional Amendment Associa
tion adopted the formula of a proposed
amendment to the State constitution
prohibiting ' the manufacture and sale
of intoxicating liquors except for medi
cinal, mechanical and scientific pur
poses. The next meeting of the Society of
the Army of the Tennessee, recently in
session at St. Louis, Mo., will be at
Clevelend, Ohio, October 3 and 4, 1883.
Bishop Samuel Fallon, of the Reformed
Episcopal Church, Chicago, was elected
orator for the next occasion. Gen. W.
T. Sherman was elected president of
A Cairo dispatch reports that the re
lations, bet ween the Egyptian ministry
and the English and French comptrollers-general
have been ruptured.
Wm. Boden's saloon at Ocean, Indi
ana, was wrecked with dynamite Thurs
day night. The dynamite was thrown
down the chimney.
The Vienna New Free Press says
there are 7,000 Jewish refugees in
Brody. About 200 arrive there every
day, while only 500 leave weekly. Their
misery is indescribable.
On the 6th instant, in New York,
Charles Hoffman, messenger of the
Mechanics' National Bank, was robbed
of checks, coupons, &c, amounting to
over $48,000. Wednesday one of the
coupons was presented by John Bowen.
He was arrested, together with Arthur
Young and Alexander Donelson.
Mr. Franklin Miller, a venerable citi
zen ot Rappahannock county, Va., was
killed on Tuesday last while sitting on
his horse superintending the felling of
timber, a tree which bad lodged falling
upon him. His horse was also killed.
Mr. John Miller, his brother, one of the
wealthiest farmers in the county, died
a few days before, aged 81.
A dispatch from Cairo says the rela
tions between the Khedive and minis
try have been suspended. The latter
repudiate the Khedive's authority. The
Khedive has received a dispatch from
the Sultan prahsiug his conduct, and de
claring that no apprehension need be
felt, as the Porte will Immediately act
in concert with the powers. It is be
lieved that the impeachment of the
Khedive will be proposed in the Cham
ber of Notables on the ground of his
taking the instructions of the Porte
on internal autonomy.
State University Railroad.
Raleigh News and Observer.
The ceremonies of driving the last
spike passed off at Chapel Hill with
great eclat on the 9th. Miss Julia J
Spencer, daughter of Mrs G P Spencer,
by special request drove one spike most
gracefully, and Mr J G Cooley, the rail
road agent at Chapel Hill, the other.
A large crowd from Chapel Hill and
the surrounding country was in attend
ance, and much enthusiasm was mani
fested. The exercises were opened with
an introductory address by Rev Dr
Mangum, after which Rev Dr Jeffries,
of the Baptist church offered a prayer.
Speeches were made by President Bat
tle, Hon John Manning, Jones Watson,
Esq, James M Mason, Esq, and Prof
Geo T Winston, and were warmly ap
plauded. The locomotive was gaily
dressed with flowers. The University
Glee Club sang two excellent and stir
ring odes composed for the occasion.
The spikes and hammers were gilded
and at the close Capt Cooley presented
his hammer to Miss Spencer as a me
mento of the occasion. Rev Mr Currie
pronounced the benediction.
Mr Watson stated in his address that
he heard Dr Caldwell, President of the
University, deliver the first railroad
speech ever made in Orange county,
and at the close a citizen pronounced
him crazy. That citizen is still living
and sees the locomotive run by his door
many times a day.
President Battle was warm in his
praises of Gov Jarvis for his able aid
towards securing funds and labor for
this road, and to various others who
had been active promoters of the enter
prise, including Col Buford and Col An
drews, of the Richmond and Danville
Railroad Company, to which company
the State University Railroad is leased.
The road is now in good order, and
connects regularly with the eastern
and western bound trains of the North
Carolina Railroad, giving two trains a
Officers. Election of
Wilmington Star, 11th.
At tne regular meeting of the R. W.
Grand Encampment of North Caro
lina, held yesterday afternoon, the fol
lowing grand officers were elected and
installed into their respective offices :
Right Worthy Grand Patriarch W.
P. Wooten, of Wilson.
R. W. Grand High Priest J. H. Mas
ten, of Winston.
R. W. Grand Senior Warden Frank
Powell, of Tarboro.
R. W. Grand Junior Warden G. M.
R. W. Grand Scribe and Treasurer
Ed. Zoeller, of Tarboro.
R. W. Grand Marshal L. T. Love, of
R. W. Grand Sentinel J. H. Thore,
This branch of the order is reported
as being in a healthy condition, with
fine prospects of increase of member
ship. Disagreement Between the Boards of
Health at New Orleans.
New Y ork, May 13.7-A Times New
Orleans special states that the board of
health last night by a unanimous vote
refused to receive any communications
from the nationaljboard of health ex
cept such as came from the president
thereof. In explanation of this resolu
tion which is aimed especially against
the resident member, Dr. S. M. Bemis,
Hon. Isaac N Marks, the acting presi
dent, said he was of the firm belief that
the Do am. wouia do trouoiea no more
with communications from the em
ployees of the national board in this
city, whose only objects appeared to be
to create trouble and discord between
the Louisiana State and the national
boards, and who areas ready to-day as
heretofore to" declar'ftice ferjer o be
vfillaw fever in order to keeD UD aeita-
Vtion. whereby they might be continued
,on ; Wgh salaries ras employees or, the
national Karqg mm, ;riS-i;, , i,
;;i..im ilo ani,u.i'n .': . ,
I All kidney sad urinary eomplimtsv' especially
tTMlfhrs Disease, IHabetes and hret troubles. Hop
f Bitten will surety" and testtngly , eureJ Cases x-
act ? lute your own nave been rurea in. your own
neighborhood, and you can find reliable proof at
nonwrawQMo tsuiersiiasanacauao. .-'
Qaioi, complete cure, all annoying Kidney, Blad
der and TJurinary Diseases. SI. Druggists. De
pot, J. H. UcAden, Charlotte, a. C
From the Home Journal
A RenartaMe Discovery.
A REAL SKIN CURE.
TMJtms is ohlt on
. AND THAT WITH SDCPLX KAUX
Beware of Impostors, pirates, or any old articles
which now suddenly elatm to be best They have
been tried and found wanting, while this has been
proved a remarkable sueeess.
HO POMPOUS SAMS.
This curative needs no pompous or Incompre
hensible title of Greek or Latin to sustain ft, but
its simple English name appeals directly to the
common-sense of the people. And the people are
signally manifesting their appreciating of this
frankness by selecting and using Dr. Benson's
SKIN CURE In preference to all other professed
Dr. C. W. Benson has long been wefl known as
a successful physician and surgeon and his Bfe
study has been the diseases of the nervous system
and of the skin; since he has been persuaded to
put his New Remedy and Favorite Prescription as
a "Skin Cure" on the market, various things have
sprung up Into existence, or have woke up from
the sleepy state In which they were before, and
now claim to be The Great Skin Cures.
Beware of Imitations, or the various articles
which have been advertised for years or struggled
along, having no real hold or merit on the public,
that now endeavor to. keep head above water by
advertising themselves as "The Great Skin Cure."
None Is genuine and reliable, except Dr. C. W.
Benson's Skin Cure. Each package and bottle
bears his likeness. Internal and external remedy,
two bottles In one package. Price 31.00. get at
Relief for all Overworked Brains.
CAUSE AND CUBX.
Dr. C W. Benson's Celery and Chamomile Pills
are valuable lor school children who suffer from
nervous headaches caused by an overworked brain
In their studies, and for all classes of hard brain
workers whose overtasked nervous centers need
repair and sedation. Nervous tremor, weakness,
and paralysis are being daily cured by these pills.
They correct cosilveness, but are not purgative.
Price, 50 cents or six boxes for $2 50, postage
free, to any address. For sale by all druggists.
Depot, Baltimore, Md., where the Doctor can be
addressed. Letters of Inquiry freely answered.
C. N. Crlttenton, New York, Is wholesale agent
for Dr. C. W. Benson's remedies.
MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cnre
for all thoae Talnrul Complaints nad WettalllN
o common to our bt female population.
It will cure entirely the wont form of Female Com
plaints, airxwarian troubles, Inflammation and Uloerm
tlon, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of Life.
It will dlssolre and expel tumors from the uterus la
an early stage of derelopment. The tendency to can
cerous humors there Is checked very speedily by Its use.
It remores falntness, flatulency, destroys ail era Ting"
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cores Bloating, Headaches, Nerrons Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling' of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, Is always permanently cured by Its use.
It will at all times and tinder all circumstances act in
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
Tor the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex this
Compound is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. riNKnAM'S VEGETABLE COM
POUND is prepared at 23S and 235 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price $1. Six bottles for $5. Sent by mall
In the form of pills, also In the form of 1 oranges, on
receipt of price, $1 per box for either. Mrs. Plnrham
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address as above. Mention thit Paper.
Wo family should be without LYDIA S. PBTCBAltfi
UVUiK PTXX& They cure constipation, bUiousnesst
and torpidity of the liver. So cents per box.
43- Said by all Druggists. &
PELOUBET (S CO.,
Steinway, Webber, Decker Bro's,
HAINES and GATI CITY
NEW YORK PIANOS.
It Is conceded, lead the
world. I am agent for
all the celebrated New
York makes and SILL
THIM AT FACTORY
Do not be fooled by
but give me a trial be
fore you buy and I will
show you that I ean
distance all competi
tors, both in price and
terms. All I ask Is a
trial and this con cost
you nothing, while it
may be the means of
saving you a great deal
In an Instrument
tW Organs always In stock either to sell or
rent. Call on or address
Lock Box 274, JNO. R. EDDIN8,
Charlotte, N. C.
F. C. MTJNZLER
(Of Philadelphia, Pa ,)
Celebrated Lager Beer,
In Kegs and Bottlea.
BOTTLED BEER A SPECIALTY.
n iar"Have just received a matt lot of BDTTL1D
ALE and POKTKB, which I offer to the pubUe at
a reasonable price. Address
FBJED C MUNZLKB,
Lock Box 255, Charlotte, N. C.
mbr28 . - ' :" .rr,;! . j ;
rpHl next annual meeting of the State1 Board of
Dental gjutruluers will be held in Salem, It-
d oa th 6th aar- ef Junev All ' Mrsons
meotingthe practice of DenttotrywiUsontaotploma
I must go before this board for STamtwattog.gr suffer
tae penarues ox tne law wucn wenvmtonxeei
March 1879. - V. B. TCEMX8, i t
may8 tuiejun Pres't Board Dental tx'rs. -
Winston Sentinel and Balelgh RewaJand Ob
server copy one month .and send Mil to W,
WIliIrAJA, S OL8 eabraetng m ths lstnerertteA 'Aa.no
??D?IA,K.ATHHD'AS' m Sue and' rose. We have just opened op a large stock
ofGiNGHAMa in pretty dress styles, at laujc All colors In MULL at 50epr yardr F ItrUAXD
ATOLLS at 40c per yard. All colors In SPANISH LACB DBJBSS GOOD& ND vilLlNQa.
SILKS, SATINS, MOIRES
in? ,n ,8asn R,bbon? at 40c to S1.2B. Just received some Swiss Ancl Hambrjrtf tdfllnra, srKl i
THi&D and large stock of Laces or all descripttons. We have also seven hundred pattemi in roaanant
of Laces, 2 to 8 yards, your choice at ten cents. Call early and get a chanee at out
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For they are stylish and at prices that are bound to sell them. Oar stock Is too large to sitemitt td
enumerate, but a glance will convince you that we are net behind In styles and
CANNOT BE BEAT IN PRICES.
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FOR THE CAROILjITHIIS,
WEIGHT 1500 to ?ii
McSMITH WILL DOUBLE HIS STQCK.
LOOK OUT FOR SQUALLS 1 B ALS,
Let Music Increase Crime will Decrease
Organs within Reach of Everybod
MASON & HAMLIN,
PiLOUBET A CO. and STKBLINfl.
Never Before Such Low Prices ! Easy Terms
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H. McSMITH, Charlotte, N, C
NEW STOCKI! NEW STYLES! UTEMTS!
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r iNonROWNHODSX We are lusUOed In
Hanna mil taniHnff at nnr Hdliae. Is a lull Gmarantee
m tttr vfrisT TiKT Tiwr.X sold in thli Market.
study the demands ef our patrons, and lasore them absolute BOTTOM PBiCML iWoido pot boy Job
lots in order to Introduce Low Priced Goods, but Invariably effet tte. NbUosueb CLOTHDiG and
made up in such a style as is worn in fashionable circles In Northern does. We had the eboice of
selecting our stock by going early in the Market, of which privilege the Lsis Purchaser Is debarred.
Our stock of 3F3ovh' axxcI. GLULjcGXx7m Olotlxlxxff to as fine as
always. The latest styles in
HATS ALL COLORS.
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THE YORKT OWN 8 CAR F,
The Latest Out, In the Very Latest Shades m Sflks.
CLXiXt Al TTT? rTTT" jra YeryEespeetrally,
ants IXsUto tav
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a iV .MiiUii"TT?7T!Trt1 3ott loli
FiUlTOAL Uii we art war reared to
' ttotv Ws guarantsa qrgnity, aart hiixb at easga
I tftenmei wlio wul teart ordari lor sinallieuat
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iv StSeKDM u to qtum. MJSt1
eaoon. aisivui dUAiuno.
Boat Ho. 88. Qaffney Cttf B. 0.
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Witliii Reach of EreryMV.
CHICK BBINQ A SON,
KRANICB & BACH,
-A R I O N
SIMPSON & CO.,
LOOK HOW THS OLD MAN FBOWNS .
scratches his head whue reading Ma's adv.' Make
read, let him frown, ; Write to meand I will send
a photo (not of myself) but of my Pianos and Or-
gins. Make your selection, men go lor mm ana write
to me for a few more dots, sneh as prices, terms, As.
Addrsss, er call on
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attention to the OABMXNTS MANtJFACTTJBKD
asserting, and not exarwrate. that- the Um
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We make ut Arst-class Garments.
IN THE CITY.
Berwahger & Bro
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Fm JAUL srrytwofif, three
inreProof Safes. All of them
the beesef atakesi) Onajsaaatti
one medium and one larza Ap-1
Ely to pr aauress1
aa 17nii r:CHAfiLH,fp3 totftfr. .
XfSSStmf wa, at frpn r"t!vpn the -eta. J
U, apalrollU brale aW'V'ot a tocU
uroao: wiur suiai jami ana am. -ju-p uuwu
$ideki The twet it believed tote la Charlotte, ana
a reward of $10 win paid loRhe- weoverjof
the bracelets. B. Bi EO8TB0BO, . -
nmyll tf Bowaa M&ls; N. 0,
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