jrMgLTT , : " " ' ClfARLOTTE, N. C., .TUESDAY; MAY, 16, 1882 , - . ... ; , . , ;, ; , f j TmtmMT
r -2 !
tor the purpose of Inspecting out SECOND BTOCX
have seen our, stoCX ot LADIES' NECK WJIA,
pronounce It laufaL' jw Jt wJU be foin SPiN-
IBH L1CI. BUN l. SWIse OUti
DOT TPS. fichus, i)KEBCEara and
LACK COLLABS In all shapes and qualities.
LINKN aDdPKBCAXV COLLARS In striped,
po.ka Dot and ImbrOldered.
Tour special attention la called to our DRE83
GOODS DXFABTMKNT. n Kwlll jbe lound to
tbe latest noveltlea, SILK GBENADINES, BHO
CADBD 8ILK9, SlLKj and WOOL. jPULTINGS,
NDN3 VEILING, CI TBEB CLOTHS and
of all binds, ttltb SATJQT, JfOIBJ etau etc.,
to trim. We claim that no such stock KMBBOID
1BIES mi LACK TBIMMING8 can be found In
Charlotte as we. are now offering.,.
A tremendous stock of POLKA DOT SWISS and
PERSIAN LAWNS In Ecru and White, with Em
broideries to trim.;
We are offerlog a larKetoek of LAWNS,
CAMBBJCS, QINGBAIISei ejte., at prices as
ow as can be found anywhere.
We are still reducing our large stock of HOS
IERY at low pilots, v V
Is called to our
The Only Piacerih thi tiyiwfi Ycm
Can get a pair of the
asS kdjum13th; 1876.1 ? 81
AtSSAKDEE & HASEIS,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, lmk
PEGitAM &; c,6;, .
. Have the ,feestStoc of y "
i Camupplf yoawlth.lte y jt.r.-
BEST BpAHSglrST STYtES
Lai ies'j HSesJXhiMren s Shoes."
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GENTS' and UD1ES',SUPFRS.
PEG RAM &,0p'.;
iliililrtns' Shoes and Slippers.
PEGRAM &xGO.S !
EOP A WILL 8ELECTED
n ann mm
a fit U h Vi tn t a fi h
of all .masmV: sizes
Of the Latest Styles. AT T01 the Latest Styles.
CAN SUIT TBIIB
Vlthanyhlndt BOOTS andBHOIS THEY WISH.
n. lyirf 'AM. MVJiiH ar'J-lTl...!filtM
Mcas' Qecl StiffenerS.""
RAVING 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-4
way of Novelties of the season.
' , Wenhave replemlshed our BLACK SILK STOCK
with Moires, Brocades, Satins and Surahs in all
shades, Summer Silks and Foulard?. Also a
handsome stock of Satteens In fancy colors.
Nuns Veiling In all colors from 35c to 81 per yard.
A new lot of Laces In all the new designs. One
of the cheapest and handsomest lots of
To be found In the city. Mull Muslins In pinks,
blue and cream. A new lot of Ulstere for Ladles
In Linen and Mohair. A new stock of
The cheapest and most handsome- styles. . Some
new Neck Wear in new styles, f A new lot of Bunt
ag In all colors from 12V&C to $1 per yard.
Come and see and be convinced that we have
tbe goods and prices to suit you. f,
'V--, f '
, i. Very Bespetcfully,
T. I,. SEIOIiC & CO.
, ,may7 -' : . -
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Scalds, Bruises, Cats, Sores, etc.
After, forty years of trial Perry
DaTis Pain Killer stands unrivaled.
Itisaafe! tit acts immediately 1 It
never falls I
Editor of the St. John (N. B.) News, says :
In flesh wounds, acnes, painssores, etc.,
it is the most effectual remedy we know of.
No family should be without a bottle of it
? for a slnglertioun ? ts
From the CtndlinaU IMspatcn : i h Jl
Wehavewewita mae effect and tnw
&. ILto be argaoctartlcle. i&A '.
From L S. Potter, U. S. Consul at Crefeld,
After long years of ose, ram satisfied it
wla positively efficient as a healing remedy
for wounds, bruises, and sprains.
W. W. Sharper, Valdosta, Ga., says :
r ?Itte apanaqea Jor.all b mists and burns.
FromR. W.Adams, Saco, Me.:
" " 1 Itgave me imntedlate relief. ' '
B; Lewis says: -
In forty years' use It never has failed me.
W. W. Lum. Nicholville. N. Y. . savs :
i tise yer-Pad Ki-fritiefitly. -It
relieves pain and soreness, and heaU wound3
, .-.jyce magic
" Pot scalds and burns it has no equal
PEBBT DAVIS I'AIX KHXER is not
a tow untried remedy. For forty -years
It has been in constant use ; antlthose who
have -used.it the longest are its best friends.
Itg success is entirely because of itsttierit.
Since the Pain Ivlller was first introduced ,
hundredg ef 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
AlHtttle ready foriise. Mttcb. pain and heavy
doctors' bills may often be saved Toy prompt
application or the rua liiller. uruuee most
medicines, it is verfectlv safe even in the hand s
of a child. Try it once thoroughly, and it
jwtll prove its vajue. Tour druggist has it
at 25c-, 50e and SlJOO per Dottle. .
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Providence, R. I
sept d tw sept & oct.
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of the menses, uterine disturbances
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Clarke's rhoea, dlsmenorrhsea, and hysteria.
also in melancholia and otner men
tal derangements. . Afford prompt
relief to those distressing, bearing
down pains so peculiar to women.
Pricai&i petiKjx Sent free by mall
on' receipt of -price. Dr. Clarke
Medicine Company, New York City.
Tpjt. pcrorula or any Blood Disorder.
In either stage, whether primary,
secondary or tertiary, are an Invalu
able remedy- They-never-fari to'
.(cure wben-dbeetiOBS are followed.
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sediments in the urine from what
ever cause induced,: whether of re
cent or long standing. One to three'
boxes usually sufficient Price $2
per box. ..Three boxes ior so.
Mailed free on receiot of price. :Ad-
IdreBS Dr. Clarke Medicine Company,
New zone uy. i f
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For all cases oi Bpermatorrnoea'
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abuse in Nyoutn,vsexual excesses in
maturer years, or other causes, and
producing some of the following
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sions (night emissions by dreams),
Dimness of Sight, Defective Mem
ory, Phisical decay, Pimples on
Face, Aversion toSocIety of ITenwles.
Confusion of Ideal. Loss Ot Sfxu tl
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nniDeror unhaDOT. Are aoositlve
cure In two to 8 weeks. One to six
boxes usually sufficient- Price SI 50
per box. Jrour Doxes ;srt weni ny
mall, prepaidV on receipt of price.
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! ' V r AGENTS .WANTED, . ;
OUR JUHINGrTON 5 JETJER
THE MECKLENBURG DECLARA
TION IN WASHINGTON.
Many Would Like to Come if, they
Conld Mr Bayar4's .EseortHimteB
Rowan, nelper T working uprlu8fMs
Railroad Schem'eA Kentucky;' Con-,
gressman Explains the Whisker Riag;
fMare's Nesf'-PersotfjU Yaeairapasl
and Postal Points.' 1
Washington, D. C, May 12, 1882.
Much intereat is felt her ia . the cele
bration of the ia7th anniversary tif the
Mecklenburg Declaration of Indepen
dence, to be held at Charlotte next Sat
urday, and were it not for the fact that
Uongress is drawing to a close: and
matters of importance likely to come
up every day, a large number of Con
gressmen and officials would attend on
ttie occasion. As it is, a party will
leave here on Thursday, May 18, at 7:15
p. m., in a special car over the Midland
road for Charlotte. The party will in
clude Senator Bayard, of Delaware, the
orator of the occasion. Senators Ran
som and Vance, of your State, Senators
Hampton and Butler, of South Carolina,
Congressmen Armfield, Do wd Scales
and Oox-, of the State delegation in the
House; Congressmen Evins, of South
Carolina, and Forney of Alabama, the
latter a native of- the Old North State,
who never loses an opportunity to pay
homage to the land ot.his nativity. The
train carrying this distinguished party
will arrive in. Charlotte about 12 m. on
Friday, and will doubtless be received
With the honors due to their eminence
as public officials. As now arranged
most of the party expect' to return on
i lie train Sunday night, in order to be
here in attendance upou Congress Mon
Mr. Hinton Rowan Helper, author of
"The Impending Crisis," the work
which, written just before the war urg
ing the abolition of slavery, attracted
much attention, especially as the work
of a Southern man, is here now with a
very important measure in hand, which
if successful promises to be of vast im
portance to this country and to all of
America. Mr. Helper, , who when he
wrote "The Impending Crisis," was a
South Carolinian, has been for some
years a resident of St Louis. A few
years since he was heard from again in
an article in the newspaper press, in
which he suggested the 'necessity for a
great railway line, running from Hud
son Bay, in the British Possessions,
through Canada, the United States,
Mexico, Central America and.the. vari
ous Republics of the .-Western portion
of South America to the Southern bor
der of the Argentine Confederation,
uniting the various countries of the
Western Hemisphere, and making the
interchange of Itheir commodities rapid
and easy. The next that was heard of
him was an offer of $5,000 for the best
five essays on the subject of the "Three
Americas Railway," as he had named
the proposed enterprise. j Forthese .he
paid "out of his own private fortune,
and to this five thousand dollars he
added ten thousand more, which he ex
pended in traveling in person over the
thousands of miles of country south of
the United States, to which his proposi
tion referred, and in printing the result
of his studies and expenditures in the
form of a book entitled "The Three
A mericas Rail w ay ."
: Some time since Judge Belford, of
Colorado, introduced in the House a
resolution looking to-the publication of
I a large edition of Mr. Helper's work on
mis suDjecc, out it nas not yet Deen
acted upon. . Recently a resolution was
Offered m the Senate and House author
izingihft resident to appoint a com
mission to visit Central -America, Co-1
lumbia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and the
Argentine Confederation, and consult
with the officials and prominent citi
zens and ascertain their feelings and
views regarding a close railway connec
tion with this country, and whether
they would probably encourage a rail
way such as indicated above. The re
sults of this investigation are to be re
ported to the State Department for the
benefit of all those who desire to avail
themselves, of the information.
This movement is the first public
btep in the tremendous . enterprise
which Mr. Helper has been quietly
studying and developing in theory for
ver fifteen years. He says frankly
that he has said little about nis enter
prise in the past, for he did not care to
be called a lunatic, but now he sees
that the country is beginning to be
ready for it and he feels that he may
talk about it. The fact that one-third of
the proposed line, from Hudson.Bay to
the City of Mexico, is now either built
'or under contract, and that railroad en
terprises are pushing forward south-of
the City of Mexico and in South Amef
ija as well, is an evidence tat the time
lis at hand for ant enterprise of this soft.
What he now wants, is that this initial
step ef the appointment of a eomraisi
sioner to examine into the subject be
taken by the .present Congress. The
line of road remaining yet to be built
would be about 4,000 miles and would
cost about ,$200,000,000; but in the opin
ion of Mr. Helper wouid oe tne Desc
paying railroad property in the world.
: Coming,frpm the canitol yesterday 1
sat ip a car beside a- prominent Ken
tucky COngresstna'n who is thoroughly
.conversant with the whiskey in bond
and the vexed question growing out of
the.bill for. the extension of the bond;-,
ed period. So 1 asked 7iim what he
could tell about the prospect of the bill
jand the supposed, gigantic ring that
Senator Windom had 'unearthed.
"That rine won't amount to much,"
:he laughed, "it's tb Jbiggest mare's nest
'that has Deen aiacoverea in wasuiDg-
ton lately, and you know such discove
ries are not inf requent here." - , .
"What is it?" I asked.
; "Wi.y,! ywv 'My he replied, ,1'it all
(grew out of a misunderstanding on
'Senator ,Wmdom's '3arfr -Of A: ,?.ey
! pi e. 'affair, t very; easily I-explained but
quite suspicious in its nature if not ex
plained or underatood.''
Wrmt;i!itr' . 1 '
' " Why; imply this ;: that the distillers,'
association has a pool Dy wtncnitex
rYfii ta th Riimlus sDirits r Out of the
(country 1 to prevent overstocking the
imarket, and pays the losses to memoers
when there are any. One day one mem-
!btr whose spirits ihad been shipped
iabroa was paid $8,000 for the losses
isustained by him on ;the shipment and
isale of his goods, and the Senator hear-
!infr nf a nart of the transaction the
Ipaymenf of the money as part of.' ai
uooiiuna. .cauciuueu ;,Miih j mcjo,: wa
jsomething queer aoout it, mat in iact
the moneywas to; Re usea -43 it corrup-
"But it wasnt' eh V"'
"Oh. nO.Vindeed. You see the. distil-
ers have 16 , keep n running at their,
- . a . ,r 11
regular capacity, ior it tuey uou t tuey.
are. notable. to feed their stock cattle
tstftrt oeriiirf,ha f atteninff of whicb.'with
!th rain after the. whiskey Is madei S&
jau impctantj-featttre, of the. Jbuslnessj
Tne resttlp is"! tnac wnenaaney-BijiKe
more Bpirits.thatfhe'qorintry consumes
tJaeyi'mstit,h'ersloiej4ft isurplus or
sndit.out of the country; -for if it is
thrnwn on. the market in creater auan'
Ititik than"n the , demand; ifa wjU disari-
Iransre prices and render the business
iuaaj'ttlpfettti' Earope;(rand sol
lOQ prou& uu luisxuy ira Man j
hntnsffbfc'titIr1ts- in . England are
verylow-friMce,t as '.'there is a taree.
crop fpolatoef arid beets from whiejt
they ffiakewhfskey there and thd rL
salt is that tbere.wps ajops m exporta
tion if WeftMmtM (man whose
alcohol is shipped ut orjDecoBntrv
loss, and so there it fund raised to fjari
the Josses to1 these parties, it was, a pay
ment tif!Mot)0'Oti:aios3 of thiskmd of
which Senator Windom heard, and not
'understatidinjlrit thought he' bad struck
a big thing in the way of a corruption
IfuBdAB; . .h;
j "An so there was nothing in the Sen
atort large whiskey rine T
"Not ; thing. That; is the true his-.
jtory-ef the whole affair,, and itwill so
be shown when the facts come to the
surface, if they do come."
"And so there will be no large devel
"And will the bill pass the Senate as
sent from the House V"
"That is impossible jet to predict,
twt it? prospects are certainly better
than they were a week ago."
"Congressmen Hubbs and B: B. Vance
have paired and gone home. Mr. Vance
expects to return early next week;
Congressman Shackelford will make
a short trip to New York latter part of
A. J- Ruffin, A. A. Perry, N. B. Phil
lips and J. W. Thone from North Caro
lih were in the city this week.
: Patents have been granted as fol
lows: ' Robert M. Adam, Charleston,. S. C,
attachment for dredging pumps; Neil
MqDuffie, Keniyre, C, stalk-breaker;
Lewis B. White and L. Henderson,
Middleburg, N. C, car-heating and ven
tilating apparatus. ;
"A census publication places the total
"value of Virginia lisheries for the year
J880 at $3,424,444.
Postm asters com missions Bent : Frank
P. White, Shallotte, N. C; Dora Clark,
Airlie, N. C. ; W. : CEoster, Rich Hill,
A new office has been established at
Pugh's, Franklin county, N. C, and Jo
siah B. Powell appointed postmaster.
The postoffices at Glencoe, Buncombe
county, N. C, and at Gowdeysville, Un
ion county, S. C, have been discontin
ued; mail respectively to Asheville, N.
C, and to Skull Shoals, S. C.
-Thenameof the" postofflce at War-'
rensville, Sampson county, N. C, has
been changed to read "Boykins."
Superintendent Thompson has issued
the following order:- -
Owing to frequent complaints receiv
ed try the department Of the mts-send-ing
and loss of registered matter by
forwarding on night trains, it is order
ed that hereafter noxegistered mails be .
dispatched from- way postoffices on
railroad lines where therb is local ser
vice performed by day-light, except at
points where the proper exchange of
receipts can be made, as called for in
section 831, Postal laws and Regula
tions, edition of 1879.
Division superintendents will see
that the above order is carried into
The fight over toe Newborn postoffiee
has resulted in a defeat of the colored
element of the negro-loving and equali
ty party. It is what was expected by
those who watch the course Of politics.
The district In which Newbern is sitn
ated is largely composed of negroes,
who by their votes sent Mr. Hubbs to
Congress. His brother held the posi
tion of postmaster, but he was afraid,
in the face of a determined opposition,
to espouse his cause. Several of the
sable brethren then stepped forward
anxious to adorn tbe place, and claim
ing it by rightof being In a majority;
but now the position is given to Mr. j.
S. Mannix, who is a carpet-bagger.
Such is ever the fate of the colored
A Breeze in the Senate.
Cor. Bait Sun, 11th.
The quiet manner in which the pro
ceedings of the Senate has been con
ducted during the present session of
Congress has broken to-day. The Court
of Appeals bill, which has occupied the
attention or tne benate-for tne past two
weeks, was under consideration. Dur
ing the remarks of Senator Morgan, of
Alabama, ou-the subject ol opposition
to the bill, he said that it had been
hinted on the flddr of the Senate that
the President had given his assurance
that if the bill passed a fair number of
the judges to be appointed would be
Democrats. Mr. Dawes sprang to his
feet and declared that it was due to the
Senators who were called upon to vote
on this bill . that the meaning of the
Senator's (Mr. Morgan's) languagejre-
necting- on the Executive should be
thoroughly understood, it what tne
Senator from Alabama affirmed was
true those who had been organs of any
such negotiations or those who had
been parties to it should oe impeacnea,
and if the Senator had any reliable in
formation on the subject he was bound
to maiceit puDiic. .
Mr. lugatis said such reference to the
President was. unprecedented and be
neath the dignity ot theiSenate. 5 -
Mr.Morean replied j that rlie would
standby the statement he; had made,
atrd he was tuny competent to aeter
mine how far the dignity of the Senate
extended. Then in a sarcastic tone he
added : : As the Senator from Kansas
is so dignified, so honorable, so perfect
in every particular I accept the repri
mand without a murmur." He then
proceeded to explain what he had said,
but Mr; Dawes questioned him so close
ly thatrie:1h-came excited and declined
to be" further- interrupted. He. then
werifcn to s.V-that he did riot propose
to be driven into a corner i this busi
ness amj -'cross-questioned as though he
were. on the witness stand. His re
marks were on record, and there they
should remain unaltered. While this
dialogue was going on considerable ex
citement prevailed on the floors and in
the galleries. Senators gathered around
the speakers, and the newspaper cor
respondents and spectators leaned over
the gallery to catch every word that
was uttered' Finally: Senator Morgan
subsided arid the Senate proceeded to
consider the several amendments to
Freaks of an Insane Lady.
New YoK,-iMay 15, A Louisville,
Ky. special saysi1 On Sunday after--noon
Mrss "Virginia CV; Penny; an au
liioressi called at ' the office of. Col. T.
W. Bullett, la prominent attorney, and
attempted ' to1 shott 'pm., He jeseaped
and she vVislteit the office, Of . Chas.)W,.'
; Widmah, where she? found MrAbner
J. srMth.'partBer wuok Buintt,',wnen
she presented the pistol at his head but
it was quickly wrenched from her
hand. She was arrested and an exami
nation proved that she was violently
insane, fihe has a brother, H. C. Penny,
in an infltane 'asylum;3 in whose behalf
CoL RaUUt and; ; Mr. ; Smith had been
acting. ;...- - " -n ';-.:
Beating About in a Fog.
' Morfiiixf $ia.f li. The steamship
Lake Huron Teports havingpokentthe;
steamshrp' Peruvian at 6 a. mi on the
13th inst., 14, miles .north . by east from
Cape Northj with loss 6f her propeller
anddTifting'SOutheB,. beset irrafog.
The steamship Newfoundland has been
the Peruvian into port " i t
yfyfal 41 a Tf kish asfortl
London. May , ,15-At dispatch from
' Constantinople reports that . the .Turkl
ish transport ashore in Bosphorous and;
; flfty, gdJdie,onbp,ard drowned;
tDeath, of Hon. Wasnbnrne. iife
writ nt'iVt- J.ff - '."lOfitttiM' t S;
flEratEKAinSPBiNiGS, Arkw Mar 16.-?
HotJ.Oi O. Washfeurntfied aresso1 yes
terdayAfternoqn,i TAi'.hZI u: 4'o
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Liver Complain is cannot te :sontreeied oyyooei
your family Hop Bitters are oted, ana If you al
ready have anr ot tiete diseases Hop. Bitters tt
the only faedioine that will positively eure-rtu.
Don't forget this, and don't get some puffed up
tuff that will only harm jou.
From the Home Journal
" A Bemarkabie DiacoTery , : ,,
A REAiL BKK CTIRE.
TESBl B OBLI OHl ' '
AND THAT WITH SIMPLE KAMX.-
: Beware of imposters, pirates, or any old articles
j which now suddenly claim to be best , They hare
; been tried end found wanting, while this has been
proved a remarkable success.
H0 POMPOUS HAHX.
This curaUre needs no pompous or incompre
hensible title of Greek or Latin to sustain it, but
its simple English name appeals directly to the
common-sense of the people. And the jpeople are
signally manifesting their appreciating of, this
frankness by selecting and using Dr. Benson's
SKIN CUBE in preference to ali other professed
Dr. C. W. Benson has long been well known as
a successful physician and surgeon and his life
study has been the diseases of the nervous system
and of tbe 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,ln which they were before, and
now claim- to be The Great Skin Cures.
iar 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 Core."
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 $1.00. get at
Relief for all Overworked Brains.
CAUSE AND CUBS.
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 daliy cured by these pills .
They correct cosilveness. but are not purgative.
Price, 60 cents or six boxes for 82 50, postage
free, to any addss For sale by all druggists.
Depot. Baltimore, Md., where the Doctor eanbe
addressed." Letters of Inquiry freely answered.
C. N. Crittenton, New York, is wholesale agent
for Dr. C. W. Benson's remedies.
MRS. LYDIA L P1NKHAM, OF LYNN, HASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cnre
rr all tkM ralnful OomnlaUt ui WmI
esmiaoM to vurbest female pmUttlaa.
It will cure entirely the worst form of Female Com
plaints, all orarlan troubles, Inflammation and TJlcera
Won, Falling: and Displacements, and the consequent
. Spinal Weakness, and Is particularly adapted to the
Change of Life.
- It will dlssolre and expel tnmors from the uterus la
an early stage of derelopment. The tendency to can
eerons humors there is checked Tery speedily by its use.
It remoTes faintness, flatulency, destroys all cra-rlng
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, Is always permanently cured by Its use.
It will at all times and under all circumstances act In
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
. For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex thi
Compound Is unsurpassed.
1CTMA K. PXirKHAS'S "VEGETABLE OOM
POXTKDid prepared at 233 and S35 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Has. PricetL Six bottles for tS. Sent by mall
In the form of pills, also in the form of lozenges, on
receipt of price, 91 per box for either. Mrs. Pinxham
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address as above. Mention this Paper.
Wo family should be wltiont LYDIA B. PUIKiLUFS
LIVER PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness
and torpidity of the liver. 2S cents per box.
tST Sold by all Druggists. e
$80 Sprs GrM'Piai) for iy $245.
gantly flniahedVS strings, ?is
wood case, ele-
Octaves, full Datent
out new patent overstrung scale,
ess and Jyre heavy sernentme
and large fancy moulding, full Iron frame. French
Grand AcUon. Grand Hammers, in fact every im
provement which can In any way tend to the per
fection oi the instrument, nas peen added.
erOUB PSICK UST SOB THIS INSTBUarEHT, BOX
KD AHD DKLJVKBKD CN BOABD CABS ATa...
Nstw York, with fins Piano Ootkriko, KjlLh
Stool ahd book, onlr - -r
Reduced from our late wholesale factory price,
$295. for slxtr dars onlr. to have this beautiful
Piano introduced. This is now. b far. the great
est bargain ever offered the musical public. Un
precedented success! Tremendous demand for
this style! order at onee. -is ,
This Piano will he sent on 15 days test trial.
Please s md reference If you do not send money
with order. Cash sent with Order will be refunded
and freight charges paid by us both way If Piano,
is not Just as represented. Several, other special
Bargains: Piano. 8 too trp. uver lft.uuu in use,
and notonedls8aasfied Purchaser.' Jsandsomen-
lustrated Catalogue, mailed free,glvmg the highest
testimonials ever" awaraea any manuiaciuror,
Kverv Piano fullr warranted 1 or rears." :
SHEKT MUSIC V price. Catalogue Of 8,000
ciioka plecesent lor ac stamp. -:
. JHENDELSSOHN PIAIfO CO.,
maylft weow ly Box 2058, . Y. r.
F. C. MUNZLER
Tte Berper I Ir:OoHBaij i
r.r - . - " - . v.
- (d.PMladelphta, Pa), ; . :
Celebrated Lager Bfer,
CVHave Just received a small "lot of BtfTrijSI)
ALX and POHTKR. which I offer lathe mbUdat
a reasonable price.; Address tt r-n
t . . '. FBSDCL KTJNZLSB.:n.,'t
Lock Box 255. Charlotte, H. ftjt
rrHif next' annual melna of ttie State Board
X Dental BxarntaerawlUiheht In, Salem N
O, on the 6th -day. of June.; All person eomvi
menclng the practice of Denustry without axuplomaj
most go before this board for examination,! suffer
tbe penalties ot the;law Which- wentHnto effect
mayB.tniejrH ffU BoaJ)e.ya'i
' Winston Benunel and Balelgh Saw and Ob
server copy one month uk! send bill to W.
W faraSaXXfctTL'' Iu- WiS, oe
If 153 i -
MULLS at 400 per yard. All eolore in SPANISa
SILKS, SATINS, MOUSES. : :
4Sw.S,i?,Iai85?)I1??40cto8L25' Jnst reeerved some Swte;andtHam6totow,anda
Tf rAl'1!?!8 of of aiJL descriptions. Wt have also seven hundred pattanuiuiieanuU
of Laces, a to 8 yards, your choice at ten cents. Call early and get a chance at our
NN N EKH WWW
P N B W WW W
N N N EE WW WW
N N S WW WW
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For they are stylish and at prices that are bound to sell them. Our stock U too large to attempt to
enumerate, but a glance will convince you that we are net behind in stylesand
CANNOT BE BEAT IN PRICES.
WEIGHT 1500 ?8 ?S SOtrARE'AN, , ;
McSMITH WILL DOU BLEU IS stbCK. :
LOOK OUT FOR SQUALLS 1 BAWLS.
Let Music Increase I
f .. It,.-
Organs within Read of Everybody
MASON & HAMLIN,
SIIOMMBK BELL HIS1E,
PKLOTJBET CO. and STERLING.
Never Before Such Low Priceii
iid ;n UiiKJ
., j . ..Ad(uesaoreaUon . . ; ,.
H. fyicSfrlll-H, Charlotte. M C.
170B our stoek is howeomrdete.. : We eail wee a
J? IS OUR4i WN HOUSE. We are Justified lrr asBertlng. and not exapverate that the long expe
rience and standing of our Hons, is a full guarantee that O XTILKD'JuarPSiX. XlSST G 1
made ud In such a style as is worn In fashionable
selecting our stoelf by going early in the Market, ot
always. The latest styles in . ; , , "
:-ffl("r- ' ' ; '.--Ki'.ifi r;.l 1u .Ofdo-j -!U;;',.-
-- - . . i f- ,i, t t F 1 -i ' ...
,: . y'fB IN THE CITY. ' " '
T H E YQRKlTjO W N S G A R F,
till BivbmrtoiftQjoot ; wt a
aAVTNtJ feow'twe more rias m wstsaba
, PXRPrCUAL asui tr nowo prepare
non. -Wepi8rameeqnaii7. &naL.e &ocaxI
unless Lime pnrree sathfarAow. ... - -
menUle: who will receive ordert lor tm&U lets at
eleeewto'il0anty of Ltae yrpnnerptt-
eaugQ. v. eiaiun xwawjx na.n at
Tne Latest uol
tar C-AJTiIi JSfBTre. Very Respectfully. : auisuJaiii zh-A-jh.',
1 ill .11. ilM M .l.P." 1.1 I, lJj'Jt
box no. wit uanney vU7 d. u
ana .rooo. we nave just opened up a large stock
FJi0" ""yi " oe peryluTj
MULL at 50e perys" f ItttSSB
LAGS DRESS GOOD84 NUNS VEILINGS,
GOO JOO " OO ' DDD :88S'
Q O O OOOD D gT?
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GOO OO OO DDD 8SSel
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it? 1-1 rv-..-'.
Crime wHl Decrease
an I) I,
-: lliii Read of ErarWf.
CHICK K BIN G ft BON,
If KANICH k BACH,
liu. . : .. , -
KA R ION
. ' 6TMPS0N A CO.,
I ... r i : . . ,
:x i .- ; ...
umr LOOK HOw THX OLD MAN FBOWSS .
scratches his head while reading lie's adv. Hake
read, let him frown, r Write to me and I will send
a photo (not of myselfTbutef my Pianos and Or-
- ) ....
sfyji rsriJA 'ia ?:a-ii;;ily:: - '.
ogins. Make y(rarelect0h,'tbeh go for hfdad write
to me for a few more dots, such as prioas, terms, &e.
' di in iia;ii:.o
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488888 mt 3
' ;n mid; 'lo :.:
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K - u. i .17.
circles in Northern dues. We hsd. the choice of
which privilege the late Purchaser 4s 'debarred..
very f mim nnaaea m tgixs, 0
ii iii Sfd ahem
TpOMinseocirTlUiil:nis, n the 6th,
JCa a pe'f etroi-i t-iets, t J rt . 1 1 cn
a reward ot ViAvSL'IrWf lltr it overyel
the braceleti. " LwoSisOBO. -ntarll
tt Bowu Mills, M. 0. '
JK, ITrtPrf eTM th I 1
the best of makes. ' One smail 1 tl
on veduu aaA oaalsiaaui at ; J J'