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- .7o'tj'nj ,.tmo!ii3 ,;4rOL .JI (!. II J
, in i : .haw.
i. it in
lii'th Bute of North Carolln.i.
ALEXANDER & HARRIS,
H'VK A PRKTTT LINE OF
CENTS' and LAD
xy IirtMun. Sec.
J ' - ' - ji , .?.... ,.. I- 1 , -. , i -i ' I m
h . a i- t a . J 1 ' " ' i fTT . . 5 i 1. : !1 ,:;t.
HERE 1$ THE RIGHT RING-
fiETTER FRQM W. W
1 a,. : A'r-'.-. 1.1-1
The Utterance of a Patriot Who Views!
and Penetrates the Schemes of Thosej
II U f UU1U nuic v umu
J RAVING Just returned from the K astern Mar-.
f rets'tlie socbbatfmo thliirtasori.'Ve are now able '
to show the Trade all the NBW THINGS la the
We have replenished oar BLACK SILK STOCK
with Moires, Brocades, Satins and Surahs In all
' shades,' 'Summer 8mca and Foulards. Also a
handsome stock of Satteens in fancy colors.
I & CO..
4 ' '
l ttest owe or ;
THIS pTr3s. I
iu VeUlpln alcoloiCi4m 86c to S I
Anewlofof Laces la all th new eslgas.
of the cheapest and handsomest lots of
I it - t
To be found la the city. Mull Muslins In pinks,
blue and crewnTs A new lot of Ulsters for Ladles
in Llneu and MohiaJv
A new stock of
ITTlLti dlPiilalfedlrff nl iBaSO W nf My Celebra
V V tloA the hi-i' tftotiHjetOfc of
GOODS In the m
The cheapest and inost handsome styles. -- Some
new Neck Wear la new styles.1 A new lot of Bant-
L ng ljfall eofyf f rom 128 to tl pr jaid,-
A9m,aaa see ana oe -eonnocea na. wo ihvo
the goods and prices to suit you.
Piedmont Press.! i
! in' f n' ! r
Tn't.rift Bcliigioaof mv remote ?fcatuni
tain tome' atttierfoatof the Grakd-fatW
er, I d not see many newspapers and
I have not see u an article, which, .f liendj
informs me, was copied from some!
Northern paper into-lhe News and Ob-j
server, of KaieifcD, m wnico 1 was nam
me -embraced the1 knees of 'the Presi
dent and besought hia emiles on their
efforts to obtain otnee."
X.be absurdity of the charge, if. it had
Wii that, i nad stolen a sheep, .would," 1
hopvbKvexriieved-me of .sthetask on
noticSftg tti trouth ttrepressi-'xBut, toj
the shame of the fcJcmth, the greed for
nffiflnd its praaluments has corruptedi
rutU UUilUg oil Liiu uxva
our stock of NKCK
all HoecUl altt ntlon
I J WKaR: viz: TiiWtlar
h rniinrs. ami eveiy vHrt-ij f I. neo and Percale
n Polka DM au.i ssnea trey tar
Call and see tf p
ft ' ;
PEGRAM.& C( ,
L7 ' l-LJL VJ
ICTED STOCK OF
.X. Iw 'sElflLC dc CO.
KKBP A WJtLL SKLEC
Trunks aoOiife .
OF ALL PRICES AhD SIZES.
Alexander & Harris
i M S ..I
HAVRamagritflwutstock f WH1TK WODS
Pones Dot Swfiw.'Mit his Vi Vui e ftifiS:ruier
Ucts, with Lace and Kiiibtol 'er 10 trim.
Of the Latest Styles.
FINE STOCK OF
V$f h'e LUteftt stjiel.'
TT AVE a tremendous
otock of Ladles'. Mis tea
and Children a taotiery, wolah h wlsa to re
duce. Special pilcea wui txj maae mxaeaa kooqs.
TT , -AfcKXAN PER t HA&IA
- ' i i! 3 1 i : 2 v
CAN SUIT THK 11
Farmer Friendsj j
With any kinds BTH and SHOES TBEY WISH.
rpo the celebfatton will be astonished when toe?
1 hnar . mm .TlTlftf'S On IlomeBUC UUOUB.
make salty eX tood &
TOCK of DRESS 600D3, izt Kn'Teilt
O in ail colors wttntrluimlfgt.to
found in all erades ana Dnee.'v
UU Ui ICCV . T
ALJKX ANDtBiA HARBIBv
s'Ctire for Burns,
Scalds, Bruises, Cuts, Sores, etc.
- tffter rjrtTyear of rial, SMrry
It is safe t It acts immediately t It
BTOC tails I
Editor of the St. John (ST. E.) News, eaya :
In flesh wounds, aches, pains, sores, etc.
r ( tt. l .TSri -mnki tTxhicd remedy we know oi
, So fikihay snoctld b6 wfthoul a bottle of it
for a single hour.
From the Cincinnati Disi
8 effects, and knot
im We hare awn Its mai
It to be a srood article.
From L S. Potter, U. S. Consul at Crefeld,
Aftar lonar veara of use. I am satisfied it
Is positively efficient as a healing remedy
MM SMrnr-,YAldoBta.. Ca.. savs: W- X
it la a panaceaA)r ail bnUwa andtmrna.
From E. w. Adams, Saco, Me.:
i ) It g&TO ma immediate relief.
R. Lewis says : . ,
vr. w. T.iim. Ktcholville. N. Y.. savs :
I use your .tain iillki" imu5u,iy.
relieve pain and soreness; and heal weondfl
lucemacric. . . ,
XTT.pee Bays:' ? -"i
I g jrorscaiua ana puma it uub uu cym
PEBRTi DATIS' FATN KUXXXt la iot
a neW imirled remedy. For forty yara
ithaabeeA ia ooastantuse : and those who
into nutrtlt thn ltmerast are its best friends.
ftnee9l enfttwiy beausef its merit-
Since the Pain Killer was nrsz lnirooucea,
hiLtulrrA of new medicines have come and
cone, while to-day this medicine is more
exienaively.used and more Wghly valued
fhrin wrWty 1 F.rprv fainilT' should have
a bottle ready for use. Much pain and heavy
doctors' bills may often be saved by prompt
HMit Vi 1'a.in Killer. Lnlifc most
medicines. It l perfectly safe even in the hands
r liil1. Trv It once thoronehly, and it
wffl wove its value. Ifonr druggist has it
at BSc.SOcvaAd SLOOper botue.
i L PERRY DAVIS ySOMPrbprlatora,
ept dtw sept & oct.
Native! Mineral Wfflefl !
, ( KEKF, ALV SIMM V s I i r t
Shoe Dressing, mneh5
: can ge a jpair otUief
rjflL'Xi C' 3ME WATER
i t r --v t ? i ,- a. M .
ASg Sto rtrs 13h; 1876.V
lrrTifiin l !
fvmfeirnp.ffisfe, ua3 . peen
Droaberitt of the'Eastraid of tne
State. NeW railroads in every
Ppjesjf .Torpid Liver,-
Chronic Diarrhoea and Dysentery, Skin Diseases,
Scroiuia, unronic roeumumo, cw.
It is a powerful AHeratTpyhJ md is ANTT
MALaTaT. in its effeeta- Bead certificates from
eminent physicians in our pamph-eta,
WO AirrtFlC'IAIi OA9WOB SALTS.
Bottfetf tn its aatoral state', direct from the
Springs, which are beaatttarly located in Rock
bridgeaoonty, Yjuand are openfot the reception
oftore from iune lst October 1st, each
For saFeTwnolesale "drtatl. hyW J H. Mc
ADEJf and Dr. T. C. SMITH, Charlotte, N. C.
mar 12 ly
LINEN HANDKEKCSIEF3 at 10c.
HOSIERY FROM Be up,
FANS FROM 2c up,
r-OEALBRS m- y ,
I I fin r-i1
U IVI D
Hiis. qIam .in k. -isw-uasl Csinit.T. lfftT 20th. ffOlll
1 1 o'clock a. m. uHl 1 o'clock P- m-
BEST BR AHpS ftnTLT
1 vf'-;f vlf xnM iml
l'A DoaltiTciw iiniaw tiu handsomest stock or
black Caihmeres. Nan's Veiling, Train,
8Uk Grenaolnes, Brocaded fiiUu, etc, etCn Ui Ue
-&a. c, &c.
ATf Tfl&'YARlffi- STORE,
UNDER TRADE KS' NAT. BANK.
v j o. - a - ' jL. -itStoy .
, T t;Tj';lti1 r k ...i asnL M ft
RICHMOND, VA. '
true to the South during
trivia of the war. and wiiQ3 paUlPtfsm
waa nsacr'-to-be aWe1 suspTciohrthati
some dJstaliC friendreaingfthisfOf me
might think, with-A sigh: "Alas I ond
more man in whpse honesty jn, pqiUi
I hud rnfidence has yielded to roe
tpmn f xt Srr rif broflered otlicf. and
leropkithej)regoant lunges of thekned
tnac tnriib may iuuu w iinum.
Let me saj. that there is no ground for
such a susplcroirtj'f me, ltl understand
pose to split thei Democratic party of
the State on the issue of repealing the
aft nf..thftilterislatttie 'whicha provides
that the .HBticesUftfcthe peace' dhall be
at)tointed bv the legislature, instead of
hftinc elected direcuy by the people;
ThougHltie reetit'cb4iity govern
M.enin Mre workius well. I would pre-
. r, if'trre,3terri portioYrof tbfeT Statej
v ere the whote'tatgtumt me magisn
- ates should be.elecd dweciliJf thej
vtwpUa. ,y Icawntsiiit my.tytt
snfct tbafcthe-efiect ttktfie.! pcoposaa
Kinft at this tin m he?tern'p6r-
unty governments there , gain liinto
e 'htnds bf rtlre coretl -people;: Who
lough in conducting popu3at ; Roveru
"nt to U3 prudently power-so easily
, -used, and the, abuse, ,o ,w hich is so:
.-..aJ to the prosperity of the countiea
,d of the State. -
' . Xhe 't bad . Consequences of such a
ange'may be best understood by a.r-:
spect of our progress duriug the hist
: w -7 eicsJ Ji fey ears sifiei irnder thei
'.rkitife of the couhty 'gothmbiits!
lich the Republican Prty propose to.
o',ora. incompetence, extravagance,
h : 1 corruption had, in many of theeas-i
: .'couDtiea, so roiaedm iwusty fii
.jQes that the couuty claims and boiitls1
wejre alniQat, worthless, and theJ)UWen
of 'taxation Hlmost intolerable. The
property riotdfsrere Rlruost indesnair,
uud.un exodus ,of the white people'-w&s
. guriansis ai'iisswl. as their only ref uc
from want ana wreicueuneas. iuq
WesTi vvith'the- dead carcass of -the East
chained to its living body, could ot he
roused to worksj enterprise anu ener
gy, and the whole State" seemed to bq
paralyzed. m . .
Under a few -years of he new county
governments, some Ofbie iost distress
ed of those eastern counties am nicauj
out of debt, and their coanty claims at
par. A moat wonderful and most gratis
given to tu?
the State are pushing rapidly on to com
pletion, and still others are projecieu,
and agriculture and manufactures are
rowing and prosperous. The heart
Gf every true North Carolinian swells
with pride as he contemplates a pros
perity unt quuled in the history of the
State. . . , . ,
Ear be it from me to am in tne over
throw of this happy condition of our
State; to aid in bringing so terrible a
disaster upon the East, and through the
East upon the whole, i?tate, as wou.d.in
my opinian result from putting in oper
ation again, at this time, the late sys
tem of county governments. -
Holding these views as strongly as I
(have endeavored to express tbem I
could have no ' rhotive for joimngfin
such a work, except iii-governea spite,
or the mad ambition whose motto is,
"rule or ruin," or the inordinate love of
filthV lucre, the base motive of a price
paid for committing a crime, the mo
tive which probably moved the dirty
felldw who was paid to lie; and, among
manv others, wrote this one on me.
i 'r oAHmr. nr VfArtf, an office
at the price of aiding in. such a work of
ruin to JN orth uaronna as jl. ui u
vinced that the proposad measure
jKOuldfciihg about, 1 could no longer
respect myself, and would know my
self to be unworthy of the respect of
jiBat "while these arefay onelt 6pin-
ions,I condemn no one wno as uouwy
differs from me in riere matters of
opinion. For such, though I may think
that they have been blinded by preju
dice, or mislead hy false information, 1
have no wordi of reproach, however
widely Itheir convictions may aiprer
from mine, l can even appieui.o uu
admire their devotion to what they
think their duty.
I But there are men among us who
vAXaMntAlifirftnce and capacity enough
to observe and think for themselves,
and to form their own opinions', in
stead of borrowing them from others;
who during the war were on the side
of th4 South and; fought gallantly to
itsctdse, with strong professions of
zeal and sense of duty, to defend a few
abstract doctrines of State rights
against the usurpations of the Federal
government,- no great .practical issue
beirfgv directly Involved at tb& commencement-but
the secondary and
comparatively unimportant one of the
urohibition of slavery in the territories ;
and who sinpe the close of the war.dur
..rr eorohtpon vears of profound peace,
have beheld the party - which ior tne
time administers tne js eaerai guvem
mont. Tint nnl v recklessly violating ev
ery right ofTarState , which vyaff any ob-
StaCie to Its cunLiuuBiiw vx
nrith Ann ai rpp.klessnesa trampling un
der fJol those great -personal and. much
more vital rights tor wnicn tne nxuis
of the States were devised .only as ad
ditional aafeguaras; ine nguuioiiee
donifrpm .arrest ai?d searcb without
iarVj. Of an inaepenuu juuiwoij,
y f. . V - nks fpAA alan.
frua tiroq Tree Bucocu
ritrhta on which the wholefabric
of personal liberty and free government
is founded, and tne aeiiDeraie vunauyu
of any one or wnicn, .peiore .we w
TOiH hiva fined everv portion of the
WW UU au w . i " .-;
United States, from; Canaaa wmejnco,
fmm nr.flan to ocean, witu awiai
indication: whd nowaee this
party preparing to prpstitute the power
ahd paWnagethe Federal' govern
ment to the base end of making a Fed
oi nffir-A hnidera' raid on our State
eleMo;lwli(&ee this partyled by no
ItgheC i mottVe t6 all this matf and rev
jniinnorB PYArcisfl of .Dower, these
y.irrh otimoA against the Hfe of liberty,
than thdif dAtermmation to continne at
;all hazartandManX WfL61
4jtid WhOf seeing aw t,nisAij:ocap
approve injeupoucy uuiuw-w""
Mrtv.and suDDort-il with their votes
fcn.f-rt-Tr.nat'hlancraa of ODlhlOn aCCOm
ponied with the receipt of a fat-Feder-
- jm a i ai. nVt n vi f tt ia tint
I .. ! 1
rroarT enmiffh to cover their sin. nor mi V iA
Uloathihg or is with such creatures
as these last that the slanderous article,
of which I complain- would classify mei
Good Lord deliver, me and all who are;
dear to me from being justly liable td
aoch&ehargev r : - - j
I hoDetbe reader will eicfuse me foi
noticing a "much smaller, thing. The r
jSTewfi and, Observer, I am told, accom-j
,Tnie9inesjaiia(on.ine popjea mjam
UU1UIU 113 WAbiliraCUUIUlVUl! vua A WVM
perhaps control one'vote, Tb licens
of the press in discussing piibnc to
and measures, the heat of political strif
and -v custom, which .would De "mon
honbred in the breach than in the o
aervn4e,? may be some palliation foit
throwing such flouts attbose who take
an active; part in oliUcsH5ttt why!
should L, who have never busied myself;
Itt DOiitrcs. be smgied out by name froi
.among the mass of mere voters to b
twitted thus with my want oi innuenc
in the electrons ? j ii one vote 'besidei
iny:own is? meant the : wttter; suggests;
what.is proDabiy an overestimate ox my
influence, lie intimates more than -have
ever tried to do. To try beforeth
elections tq learn how I ought to - vote
r tliA1 'ilonMrta rinlttfW trrlArvrtol
soy voces, naa, iroan my-voHWeup
the extentot my acttvity-atWie i baUoti
, ndlitical officer ani when soUcited have
always refused to aUow rmyself tob
rWtt- rn tinmifiiLtAtm"' fnr-Vihflt Famtrtft
old how to cbangtoy oaurse In this re-j
peetfc"' lB y wild' mountain .home I
am ! liymg Hn -the strictest' retirement'
witimirtune andOUoiakhts' fully occa-i
pied with my. rmxyaftair&How is itJ
f At A.- -cav UJ.w.jt T Whn Wann KKaT
mfiwfi nmmm i should
receive this rude slap in? the face . from:
hA hintonf mw friTiflft? -t
;;,;14JatI;'witt.1.I).. excused for
'1 thinking an4eaying that theflingjat mei
in theewe Knd Observer was uncalled
iofjajft ttiaw i,Wnltf have teen more
becoming to haTe omitted it.
W. W. Lenoir,
Shull's Mill's.Vmaega county, N. C.
;;; poWy." '
Raleigh NewsandObserver. .
-Wnd'of us has!Jh6t rfeaoTthe story, of
Casabiauca. or, who has not heard, of
-jthikt Wroic XtomW aMtiner who stood
(acnuit'posfc! antu the- votcano over
whelmed him? Bat the devotron x)f
Khesris surpassed by. that ofx .a dog.
iwoee bam refundMnder the cot-
u4on xchaar.e when the building was
removed. Thfl '-aMfiHal Was a setter, andj
lust'ifi fron,t6f httn and about ten feet
distant, was found' the skeleton and
feathera of-a partridge. Lake a song
without words it was a voiceless story.
The1 'dog . had set the bird, no on came
to dalLhim: , .aw ay. from his position .of
trust, the bird" would riot leaver Time
passed, and. death set ;its;seal on bqtb,
but.the dogineve left hjs game. The
case is known to many persons and ex
cites geueral comment. . .,
-1- - - . Frm the Heme JournalJ
i A. .Bcrsasuicatte JPlacyvgry M . "
A REAL SKIN CURE.
- THKBS IB OKU OHK
AHD THAT WITH 8IMFL1 NAME.
, Beware of Unpostera, pirates, or any eld artlctea
which ow. suddejuy claim to be best They have;
bee tried and foand wanting, while this has been;
proved a remarkable success.
HO FOXPOCS VAHX.
This curauve needs no porspoos or incompre
hensible title of Greek or LaUa to. sustain it, but
its rtrople English name arpeals directly to thej
ootDmoq-aensa a the people, and the people are,
signally manifesting their appreciating of thla
L frankness by selecting and using Dr. Benson's
I BKTN CURB in' preference to all other professed
: temedies. :.. i
Dr. C W. Beason has long been well knowa as,
a successful physician and surgeon and his Iff
i study nas been the diseases of the nervous tistemj
:and of ttie skin, since he has been persuaded to
hot his New Remedy and Favorite Prescription as
a "Skin Cars" on the market, v&noos things have
pspraag up into existence, er have woke up . from
i the sleepy state Jn whleh they were before, and
now claim to be The Great Skin Cures.
' tar Beware of tmltatdona, or 4. he vailout .articles!
pwhich have been advertised for years or draggled!
along) having aoeal bold or merit on the pubttc,
that bow endeavor to keep head above water by
adrwtlslBg themsalves as "The Great Skin Core.";
None te genuine and reliable, exeept Dr. C W.
Benson's 8kln Core. Each package and bottle
bears his-likeness. Internal and external remedy,
two bottles in one package. Price $1.00. get at;
'' . Amwer ihf
Can you find a. case of BrWbt'a Disease of the
Klunes. Dlabeie?, Urinary or Liver Complaints
tnc li cunrbie; th$t Hop Bitters hasTiot or cannot
cur&?; . Ak njelghtors if they can.
" i he Bl in Ihe World."
Ai hevU:e,,N. C , August 8, 1 88.1
H jB. Warner 4 ConSlta-- I eons i your Safe
Kidney and Lirer C re ihe best rue dl ine in the
u afUI rur kldnH and ltver diseases. j -
- Rcliat far all Over worked. Bralnai
- CAtrss akd ctma.
Dr. C W. Benson's Celery and f&amomile Pills
are valaabie lor school children who suffer from
nervous headaches caused bv an overworked brain
in their studies, and for an classes of hard brain-!
workers' whose-overtaaked nervous cento s ned:
repau and sedation. Nervous tremor, weakaess,:
and paralysis are being dal y cured by these pills ;
They correct costlveupss. but re not purgative.
Vrlce, go cents or six boxes for 83 50, -postage
free, to any address For sale by all .drugKists.
Depot. Baltimore, Md , where the Ooctor eanbe
addressed. Letters of Inquiry freely answered. .
0. N. Crrttenton, Uew York, is wholesale agent
for Dr. C4 W. Benson's rtmadies.
may2 , -: .
1RS. LYDI&E. PRIiBlH, OF LYNH, felASS.,
111 111. I1.I.11IU
, I lO 7. U :il ill
' . . 1 ; ia
t& THAT Wsl WILL OLOSTK OUT AT 'COST. DOJTT FAfL
-..if in j in n! ni.tn
vi i r o viniij-" i
A large stock ! Fancy Drss Qoadsi at rerj. low arteaa Ws have ererrthlnatntiM Dress Trimming
line, embracing Stik, aOns,JaTanii, Morresand Broeato Sauns fh' all colors" Tn Bfact Dress Goods
we have a lrgi atoek of HUlr MatiiiMervRtoaxrRhadaoeaj, JBmoada BadnariN wik J? lga. ?Caah
meres, Gro D Zdlars, Henrtettaa. Ac. obm hw and handsome patterns In Beaded fringes, Lnc s,
and Pa&samentri& A large atoek of Lkces of evedeaertptioa. Just Meelvad the ba-KUMMnata line of
Parasols, Ladles Neck Wear and Fans ever showl ha this market. , A large , stock, of. Press etaghams
at I2c ' Bash Ribbons all colors. Ladles' Ulsters Cretonnes and Fringes. Our 'stock bl White Goods
Is large and cheap. A line of (teats' Nobby btrawi Hats and low aaartaied.8hoes. ;, a large atook of
H ,1-VASl i
Peart 8hnta,.Kvttt' Shoes, Trunks, Vallaeey Hats, CapSi,BooU, Shoen, a
READY-MADE CLOTjSlb .
At Greatly reduced nrlaes.
Sxamlne our stock and we will convince rou that e keep everything stylists orvi at, prices to suit th
Omea. SnilUi Building. .Truty, , i y . ,.,1.. j uhn-.-i otiJ l.aa ,fer. ,
o is it- j,; Vdi2 uJ I r.i:
:'U'i u"i; ;;i'! till
i('K on ( a;: ,i-iijlO;L)
u oi JiUn
lt HOB ii fct, .'
q kid '!
tiw 'in j snil
ni; NH wiol
Mr i -
UNPRH08DENTED ATTRACTION !
OVKtt HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated in 1868 for 25 years by the Legis
lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
with a capital of $1,000.000 to which a reserve
fund of $f)50,000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 2d, A. D. 1879.
Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawings wlU
take place monthly.
It never scales or postpones. Look at the follow
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT,
during which will take place the
145 Ih GRAND MONTHLT
Extraordinary Semi-Annual Drawing
At New Orleans,
TUESDAY, JUNE 13tb, 18SU,
Under the personal supervision and management
of GEN. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana, and
Gen. JU B AL A. EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL. PRIZE, 100,000.
CP-NOTICE Tickets are Ten Dollars only.
Halves, $5. Fifths, 82. Tenths, 81.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize of
1 Grand Prize of
1 Grand rrize of
2 Large Prizes of
4 Large Prizes of
20 Prizes of
60 Frizes of
100 Prizes of
200 Prizes of
800 Prizes of
10.000 Prizes of
100 Approximation Prizes of 8230....
loO Approximation Prizes of 100.. ..
1 00 Approximation Prizes of 75. . . .
LYDIA E. PINKHAlYTSi
VEGETABLE .CQMP0frT3X ' ' 1
Ib a Pbsitlvc Ctrre '
fr 11 tlie Painful OomploliiU and WeafaiMMs
oeoBoiaa to our beat female popawtiM.
it will cure entirely the worst form of Female Com.,
plaints, all Tarian troubles, InHanmatipn apd Ulcora
tlon, Falling and pUplacenUaB.conl-ni
Spinal WeakneM, and i particularly adapted .to 0
Change of Life. 1
It will dlssolT and expel tumors from the utern to.
an early Btage of derelopment. The tetidemey to can
Oerons hnmor there ia cheeked very fpeedOy by iti na.
It remorea f alntneas, fiatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and reBeves weakness of the stomach.
It cores Bloating, Headaches, Nerroua .frostration.
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, canstng 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 gorern the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints ot either sex this
Compound Is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. prjfEIIAM'S VEGETABLE COM
POTJOTis prepared at 233 and Western Avenue,
Lynn, Haas. Price 'gL Six bottle f or &. Sent by mall
in the form of pills, also in the form f iocenges, on
receipt of price, $1 Pr box for either. Mrs. Pinkham
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address as above. Mention thi Faper.
Ifo family should be without LYDIA & PIKEHAITI
LIVER PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness,
and torpidity of the liver. 26 cents per box.
j3- Sold by all Druggists. IB
F. C. MUNZLER
The Berpr & M Brewery Coims
(Of Philadelphia, Pa ,)
Celebrated Lager Beer,
In Kegs and Bottles.
BOTTUI I KEKK tl CIAI.TV.
eas-FfevA lust received a small lot of BOTTLED
ALE and PORTER, which I offer to the public at
a reasonable price. Addres
a rev v FttBD C. MUNZLER,
Lock Box 255, Charlotte, N. C
i , ... a a si j f, s. ia.iir, iviai a a mm m m mm m - '
:. .: . , . li-4 bJieiv neux j -j.U
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. . . i . ,, , wiSt: i. :o 'j8j,3 iiJ t 'Jin 'j "
1 1 ,279 Prizes, amount og to 852200
n.'.v Ajrt' tcWni'VH sucd iBeirwi
SWnfr life vaillMl6llt,
o. T. Beauregard, of La. 1
Jubal A. Early, of Va. f
ADniicatlon for rates to clubs should only be
maoe to he office of the company in New Orleans,
For Information apply to
M. Mr. UAVfain,
New Orleans, La.
nrM A. DATTPHTN.
127 La slle Street, cnicago, ills.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
607 seventn street, wasnington, u. u
The New York office Is removed to Chicago.
N. B.-Orders addressed to New Orleans will re
ceive prompt attention.
The particular attention of the Public is called
to the fact that the entire number of the Tickets
for each Monthly Drawing is sold, and conse
quently all the prizes in each drawing are sold and
drawn and paid.
. s i,i,.L c ' N-btWll. '; ft J-,. " , .;: :r
KRANICH & BACH,
1VT ATW TT ft TT TP. TC
ARION, SIMPSON & CO., SOUTHERN GEM
Organs within Reach of Everybody.
MASON & HAMLIN,
SHOMNGER BELL BME,
PILOUBET & CO. and STERLING.
Never Before Such Low Prices I Easy Terms
' LOOK HOW TBS OLD HAN FROWNS
and scratches his head while reading Mc adv. Make
bun read, let.hlm frown, ' Write to me and 1 wui send
you a photo (not of myself) but ot my Pianos and Or
gans. Make your selection, then go for. him ana write
to me for a few more dots, such as frioee, terms, Ac.
'Address, or call oh ' si " '' ' l" n ' "
H. McSMITH, Charlotte, N.-C
POPULAB MONTHLT DRAW.ING GF -THE
In the City of Louisville, on
WEDNESDAY, MAT 31st, 1882.
Tbe drawings occur monthly (Sundays except
nnder nro visions of an Act of the General as
aembly of Kentucky.
The United States Circuit court on marea oi,
rendered the following decisions:
lst That the Common wealth DlstxlDutlon Com
pany la legal. ,
, yd lis arawiogs uu.
The Company has now on hand a large reserv
fond. Bead the list of prizes for the
10 Prizes, 81.000 each
20 Prizes, 500 each
100 Prizes, 100 each,
200 Prizes, 50 each,
600 Prizes, 20 each,. . ..
, ruvn tMi ; ; 1 fi aneh.'. . .
m. -v. , v - - oo nru
. Prizes, eacn, apprwxanBi;WU r tuww fVlXn
BOW TO TELL
GENUINE SI.YIJTIONS LIVER BEdC
LATOR, OK MEDICINE.
Look for clean neat WHITE WBAPPKB wifli
the red symbolic letter stamped upon it in tne
form of a ribbon gracefully curved into the letter
Z embracing the emblems of our trade, Spal!.1.
Mortat and Graduate wi h the words A. Q. SIM
MONS LIVER RKGULATORorMEDICKihere
on, also observe the signature of J. H. ZEILIN ft
CO., in red ink on the bide.
TAKE NO OTHER
Bevare of those who know nothing of Medical
Coin; mid wri put out nostrums known to sour,
and beiii.ii!l zfd prove wonhlei-s and only made
to fleece tin? puo.k-. nd t pirate on the well earn
ni.taiiAii nr 7, iiin t Co's. medicine these
franda have no ieatation to sustain and will
cheat you for few peuneys every way they can.
See Who t-niorses the Genuine,
Hon. Alex H Stephens,
Rt Rev. Jn.. W. Becfewith, Bishop of Ga.,
Gen. Jno B. Gordon, U. a tenator,
Rt Rev Bishop Pierce,
Hon. Ji o GUI M o ter,
J. Ktsgar fiK'n-.i'Mon,
Hon. B B. Hill.
Hon. J C. Breckinridge,
Prof. David WICls, D. D.
Chief Justice Hiram Warner, of Ga.
lnni WnnHor laalafant P. M. Pillla. Pa..
and thousands of others from whom we have let
.aN nt nnmmonrfntinn Dnd recommecdatlon
tt i on.fn.tiv a vnmiiT Medeclne: anaDT be
ing kept ready for immediate resort wilt saye
many an hour of suffering and many a dollar in
time and doctors' duis.
Dr. tons' liver Replator,
VASTJFACTOBXD QBXT BY
J. JU. ZEIL.1N CO..
Sold by aIl.Kespectable Druggists.
LIL1E! LILIE! LIME !
l.PfM) Prize,. .......-aiiu
Whole Tickets. 82; Half Tickets, 81 1 2 Tickets,
v v : :
Remit Money or Bank Draft to IJtor, or send
by Express. fl)ON'T SENDBf REGISTERED
wtKb PrtSTOFFlCE ORDER. Orders, of
ward,.by Express-ean, be nt at our bx-
$6 and upward, by Ex press.
pease. ...Address all ordersW,
n U BAlttTtVIV rjwiinl-InirrTlBr - WTTTin
JEW ' Cr t f aj asat. a - wui ww w i ' t
Louisville, Ky.. or 809 Broadway New York. 1
TTAVING now two mora XBns la addition to our
JJL PERPETUAL JtiLK wo are now preparea w
FILL OR DEBS PBOJI PTLT,
on short notice, and at prices that defy competi
tion, we guarantee quanty, ana maxe no enarge
rnlau T im nmtM sariafaRtnrv. ..-
w htM mi mmnet in Charlotte Of A. C Som-
merville; who will reeelve orders for small lota at
i ... -
p tdo M
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3 OI . M and (?) LQ
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I n vD qo.
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- " 11 -i i
1 1 . j -er
TVm RALE, anv two of
r Fire Proof Safeiall of them
trt hAiit nf makes. One small, I
Reference as to uaf of Lime given onappU-1 one medto . andoolaiga. --rg
cation. w w 'vnvProrrt CTHBaOTi
Hnx ho. kk. uarmev uur d. Ub i
mar7 8m 1 - P18 tt
i r. l ..m -vmtamt wLk abalV Ulrf .their claims
with the anderslgned wUl .receive a diy Weed by
caning at my oraceon onoay, mwwm
maill wed sun a sun