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CMtOTI?i ;K G., FRIDAY MAY 26, 1882.
lJ . HIItIII II J I JI1J II PI II
m v i s i ism in lhi ii irii rrt iv u
TO THE -
are cortlbUr Invite?
!. f if
CAM- AND- SEE
Retail Dry Gowk ,Eslsjiifnt
. ' 1 'A' w ...i ?
In the State of Noitb Carolina.
ALEXANDER V HARRIS,
PKG It A'M f& ;0.,
HVKA pretty LINK OF
CENTS' and LADIES' SLIPPERS.
Have the Bestijtock of
Cents' Uanil-Smed Shoes
. m rut t-t.
WILL display during the JO:h.of May Celebra
tion -the most ifgant stock o( kncy dry
GOODS In the state. 01! a tod sw them.
AM sNtMr'yfc HARRIS.
PEG 11 AM &CO.,
HAVi iXt KINDS OK
ALL special ultt-n loi. to cur stdck of NBCK
W K i K. vii : i.MM folium richii., mur Jider-
ed Collars, and ev ry vaneiy t.f L ien and Percale
n Polka Dot and stilpw . lie are beutlfuL
r.iii o..,i .a tiuin . . si P t
jALEXiNtKn 4 : HARKI3.
PEGRA.Yt S CV,
KKKP A WILL SKLECTED rOCgOF '-
Truuks and Valices
OF ALL PRICES A D "ZES
TTAVB a mngnltiot-nl suck i f
viz: Linen 1 hwcis Indict L iwiis. Manilas,
Nainsooks. India ami. . "Vf tlHUtied Ja;i wts.
Pom Dot Swls. Mu IUh Irt'Wtu urnl rwuet
ftcts, with Lace and Kinb i.li:er to (rim.
HAVE JUST BKCEIVED A FINE STOCK OF
Silk, TcIPand Straw Hats
Of the Latest Styles.
Of be Lntet Styles.
HAVR a trenaendous stock of Ladle' , Mls-tes
and Chi dren's tio: iery, which we wish to re
duce. Special pi tees wilt bo mnde In these goods.
ALKXaJDt&!t ft HABBia.
peg 11 am w :c o:,
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CAN SOIT THK B .
Farmer Friends ;
With any kinds BOOT3 andfeHOFSTHBt WI3H.
TO the celebration will be astonished wh n they
hear our inlces on Domestic Goods. We
make a specialty of these oods. -
ALEXANDER & HABBIS.
STOCK of DRE8S GOODS, tJ?: Nun's Veiling
In all colors with trhnmUig8; toniiatch,;wUl be
found la all grades and prk. rW? 3 b
P E G R . AM, ca GO,
KEEP ALL KINDS OF
m M i .i'jf i
Shoe Dfessipg, ' FrM(i"Eiaf3ting,
-W HERE YISIXaRS-
can get a pair or the
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.aoiihoqxS. iiqlj(i0 TB&iRllilSi
. W bnmu 9nf nc
Our store will be'clos
Saturday. Hay 2fflh,fr
1 1 1 1
1 1 o ciock a m
until 7 o'clock p. m.
1'EGRAaP & CO ,
... , , UrnHi 1 11 f- . .
' - Can mppHx joa ylthp
Bilk 6l're n's Veiling, Tamiae
oua Urenadlaes, Brocaded BUkXwtatttU irtne
n h a
r f 1
y jAVINQ nst returned from the Eastern Mar
Aets the second time ibis season, we are now able
to show the Trade all tbe NEW THINGS in the
Iwaj at NevelUee eLihe season.,. ,
with Moires, Brocades, Satins and Sarahs in all
shades, Summer, 8Uka and Foulards. Also a
handsome stock of Satteens in fancy colors.
Nuns yelling 19 all -colors from 800 to SI per yard.
Anewiotof Laces In all the new designs. One
of tbe cheapest and handsomest lots of
: ? - 1 j r s
To be found in the elty. Mull Muslins in pinks,
blue and cream. A new lot of Ulsters for Ladles
In Linen and Mohair. A new stock of
j- 1 -..) . ' 1 -
- ' V; '.
The cheapest and most handsome styles. 8om
1 :.. ' .1 . - i
new Neck Wear la new styles. A. new lot of Bunt-
uigln all colors from 120 to 81 per jard. f ,
Come add see and be convinced ihat we haye
the goods and prices to suit you.
Very Bespetcf ally, -
X. I.. 8EIL,E 6c. CO.
A Ktr-Palling Cure for Burns,
Scalds, Bruises, Cuts, Sores, etc.
After forty years of trial. Perry
Davia'Pain. Killer stands unrivaled .
It Is safe I It acta immediately 1 It
Editor of the St. John (K. B.) News, says :
In flesh wounds, aches, pains, sores, etc. ,
It la the most effectual remedy we know of.
No family ahoufd, be -without a bottle of it
' 'tera single hour. 1 . .
From the Crnclnnatl Dispatch :
We have seen its magic effects, and know
It to be a good article. ,
From L 8. Potter, U. S. Consul at Crefeld,
After long years of use, I am satisfied it
Is positively efficient as a healing remedy
for wounds, bruises, and sprains.
W. W. Sharper, Valdosta, Qa. , says 1
' It Is a panacea for all Drulses and burns,
From It. W. Adams, Saco, Me.:
It gave me immediate relleL
K. Lewis says: '
In forty years' use it never has failed me.
W. W. Lum, Nicholvtlle, N. Y., says :
I use your Pain Killer frequently. It
relieve pain and soreness, and Mai wounds
J. W. Dee says:
For scalds and burns it has no equal. -
MERRY DAVIS" PAIN KTT.T.KB is not
a new untried remedy. For forty years
it has been In constant use ; and those who
have wd it the longest are it best friend.
It ueeeas is entirely because of iti 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 valned
than ever before. - Every family should have
a bottle ready forme. Mhch pain and heavy
doctors' biUs may often be taved by prompt
application of the Pain Killer. Unlike most
meaidnea, it imperfectly safe even in the hands
of a child. Try it once thoroughly, and it
will prove its value. Your druggist has it
at 2&c50c. and 8UOO per bottle.
j PERRY DAVIS A SON, Proprietors,
? ? ; PYOTidertca, R. I.
sept Atw sept A ocL
Native fliincral Water !J
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CUBES -i ' 1
pa; mKuTorpiQ LiTeiv
yesj, cKin inseasesaj
It la a powerfot-AlteratlTe Tonle and Is A NTH
eminent physicians in our pamph eti. ! 1
NO ART"FICIAIi3ASES OR SALTS, j
BoKleaVinltBtnralsta from th
Bprlnga. which are beautifully located in Bockj
bridge county, Va, and are rpen-for the reception
of vlsltorsj lions June IsTtcr October, 1st, each
year; capacity, 1,000 guestsAj 3 j J
- For sale, wholesale and retafl. by Di J. H. Md
ADEIf and Dr. T. C. SMITH, Charlotte, M. C
mar!2 ly - - '
f -WHITK GL6VES,'
I 1 Tvrirw vT T ATa
v LINEN HANDX EBCHIBFS at 10c.
I 4 ' fibSISBV FROM 5c up,
FANS FBOM 2C u.
AC.. AC, AC.
UNDER TltADEllS' NAT. BANK.
MA I AATi
Jnd nIt Sewtog Machine iri
I I lwofrauTryDeioxiwu,"1'
-rr 9Mmr.t-ii tl
Lip gm 4sgeS1
1 LL-BSm I
I . ..... f -M u IS war!1! ! I 1
RIVERS JLND HARBORS.
ON - NORTH'
They Do Not Favor Appropriations for
Improvements at Pre8ent--The Busi
ness Done by Some of'theEastern
fBiver Towns Appropriations lor
vNorth and - South Carolina Postal
.Points and Changes-Pertonal Para-
graphs Patents Granted. f '
Washington, May 24, 1882. The
river and harbor bill , that passed the,
last Congress contained a section re-'
quiring examinations and surveys of
thei Meherrin, White Oak and New
Rivers, in North Carolina, and also of
tbe water connection between the Wac
Ncamaw and Cape Fear rivers, with the
view of ascertaining if a continuous
water connection could not be estab
lished. The duty of making this exam
ination" afiid survey was intrusted to
Capt. James Mercer, of the corps of en
gineers, and he in a report.to the Secre
tary of War, which haabeen transmit
ted to Congress, giyes the result of his
work.' ' ' i"N J
Speaking of the Meherrin river, he
says that tbe examation was made un
der directions from this offlee during
the months of November and Decem
ber, 1881, by Mr. Charles M. Yeates, as
The Meherrin river rises fri 'Lunen
burg county Virginia, flows between
Lunenburg and Mecklenburg through
Bruns wick and between Greenville and
Southampton counties, Virginia. Pass
ing into North Carolina, it runs through
Northampton 1 and , Hertford t counties,
-and empties into the Chowan about 4
miles above Winton.
Skinner's bridge, the' upper limit of
the examination; is a closed bridge.
From thence to Princeton Landing, 4
miles, the river is only used for lumber,
and is so blocked by booms that any
attempted improvement would inter-;,
fere with this business, or else be very
temporary in its effects. From Prince
ton LandiDg to Murfreesborough. 5
miles, the removal of logs and fallen
trees and -clearing banks would cost
about $4,000, and would give a channel
of 8 feet at low water. There is at
present very little navigation over this
part of the river, and no prospect of an
immediate increase if the improvement
... Murfreesborough, distant from the
howan 11 miles, a town of 650 in
"isbitants, ship3 annually 6.000 bales
cotton, 5,500,006 feet sawed lumber,
300,000 log8,and 3.000 long piles, and re
solves 1,000 tons of fertilizers and gene
va meichandise to the value of $225,
000. Vessels drawing 7 feet now reach
Murfreesborough with difficulty at low
water, and the navigation is endanger
ed by sunken logs. The removal of
:ht-se obstructions would cost about
cb.000, and the di edging necessary to
s;ure a 9 foot channel, 80 feet wide.
bout S4.500; giving the total cost for
an improvement below Murfreesboro
similar to that in the Black water and
Nottoway, of $12,500, or for ihe whole
river, of $ 16,500.
This improvement would allow the
line of steamer now running between
Murfreesborough and theSaaboard and
Koanoke Railroad at Franklin, on the
Blackwater, to navigate the Meherrin
drawing as much water as they now do
on the Blackwater, and would allow
vessels to load to as great a depth at
Murfreesborough as can be carried to
sea through the inlets.
Cost of improvement above Murfrees
Cost of improvement below Miu
?f reesborough ;..,.... 1 2,500
Cost of improvement, total. . 16,500
The White Oak River fares no better
in the shape of a favorable report than
did the Meherrin River. Of this Capt.
Mercer says that its extreme length is
probably between 30 and 4i miles, en
lers the Atlantic at Bogue Inlet, the
ouihwesteru end of Bogue Sound,
about 35 miles west of Cape Lookout,
and aboutniS miles from Fort Macon,
Beaufort, N. C.
One of the proposed routes of inland
water communication crosses the river
diagonally riear! Swansborough, on a
line giving nearly tne required ueptn or
9 feet at low water, for a distance 01
about two miles. Should this line be
adopted, the necessary improvement of
this part of the riYer would be included
in the general work of opening the
The navigation' of the river is now
-only suitable for open sail, boats draw
ing not more tnan 3 reet or water, wnicn
find tbeir way to ft market for the coun
try7 produce at Beaufort and Morehead
City, through Bogue Sound, which only
admits of a draught of water of about
two feet,1 These boata which are in
general owned by1 the partteswhose
produce they carry, afford transpofta-;
tion at-icheaD rates to ; all the merchan
dise carried up and down the river.? , ,
Any increase in depth in tne river
would Jdo ot no benefit to themLowing
to the shoal water wluch. with. depth
of aboW I2 MeadijUirongh a dis
tance , !Ot 3 iJ&oilgSj $n Sound ; I
have, therefore, hot considered it neces?
sary to snbmit any project for the imf
pfoverhent of the riVer. V'.'T ' T !
New river also domes ?n for a large
slice of cold shoulder, the report saying
it is naviRaBljpefoY Jressela (drawing not
more ttih&fMi fifeet of water from its
mouth at .New River Inlet where itn
terthe Atlantic to'S miles above Jack
sonville Oaslow, the county seat of
Onslow County, and also a short dis
tance up the northeast and southwest
branchesxif the riyer.
,Tfie bar t New River Inlet Jbarely
admits Vessels -drawing five feet, and as
it is composed of shifting sand, the
channel is affected by storms both in
depth and position. .
Any works for the improvement of
the bar to be ' effective would be very
extended ami costly, and manifestly not
justified at this time.
The depth of water in the river is
therefore sufficient, .and the improve
ment of the river, if any is undertaken,
should consist in widening andstraigh
ening the channel.
The only part of tb.e river where this'
widening and straightening is needed is
hat indicated on the tracings sent here
with. Mr. "Darling has estimated that to
secure channel 150 feet wide and 5
feet deep through, the 7,000 feet where
tbe Improvementis needed will require
the removal otabout, 80,000 cubic y ards
of sand and oyster shells, which at 25
cents per cubic yard and 15- per cent,
contingencies amounts to $23,000. , . "
Owing to tbe total absence of facili
ties forodredging at thfs point the diffi
culty of obtaining fuel and,waterf and
the great risk attendant upon taking
dredges, scrovrs, ancltogs ' through the
inlet, it is possi be t that ;, the price of
dredging would be much higher than
this estimate, pobable costing from 40
centstQ 50, cents per yarn. uir mwcoo
ing pTfceiQf Ihejwork 50 8f
The approximate annual shipments
from tbis river are
'Naval st6re,r'2())flOOJ barrels, cotton,
1,500 bales together with peanuts, oys-tei-s
afid'asb;jnp estimate of tbe qoanti
tVof wrriThcldrjebBtainiBd. .9
-NTanr Tjivor is in the collection district
Cape uWSdifriYttBaTest tort, rort
Ytt jiiiiiiMn'MafMi the,
t)weert tbe iMaccainawj-nd, CapflFear
Uttiiiftna0' bbcltides4 smfteri an
UienglneersuUiafc iiei,c6ipf nak
fnii: watei, :oTinet4ori between j the
virtually proniDiuve ; luw..tw
that, would have to be charged upon the
route. , These impfotements which it
was hoped would . be Undertaken are
therefore virtually killed by. Capt, Mer
cers reporp, as te is rare, mat uongress
makes appropriations; for river or har
bor improvement in the face of adverse
reports, especially in the south. -
. The River and Harbor bill renorted
"to the House appropriates tbe following
sums m jxoriuanu oouiu varonna:
Improving Cape Fear Blyer from the
ocean to Wilmington, North Carolina:
Continuing improvements jjfae hundred
and forty thousand dollars-.
Improving Contentnea Creek. North
Carolina : Continuing: improvement,
five thousand dollars. '
Improving Currituck Sound and North
Riyer Bar, North Carolina; Continuing
improvement, including ,Ooanjok Bay,
;twjenty thousand dollars. ,
Improving French Broad River, North
Carolina: Continuing improvement, five
Improving Lillington .River, North
Carolina: Continuing improvement,
thtee thousand dollars.
Improving Neuse Rivel, Nortb Caro
lina: Continuing improvement, five
thousand, dollars,, t
! Improving Pamplico and Tar Rivers,
North Carolina: Continuing improve
ment, five thousand dollars. '
Improving Trent River, North Caro
lina: . Continuing improvement,' five
Irnnxojdng .Waccamaw iver, North
Carolina and South Carolina: Continu
ing improvement, four thousand four
Improving Great Pedee River, South
Carolina: Continuing improvemenUsix
improving Wappoo Cut, Soutb Caro
lina: Continuing improvement, ten
Improving harbor at Charleston (in
cluding Sullivan's Island,) South Caro
lina: Continuing improvement, three
hundred thousand dollars.
Improving Wateree River, South Ca
rdlina: Continuing- improvement, fif
teen thousand dollars.
IThe Secretary of War is also author
ized to cause a survey and examination
of the sound between Beaufort and
New River, and White Oak River to
Smith's Mills, North Carolina.
Postmasters commissions sent: Wal
ter P Williamson, Tarborough, N C;
Jesse Pipkin, Falling Creek, N C; Cor
nelius A Tuck, Blue Wing, N C; Rich'd
H Wray, Reidsville, N C.
New Offices: Woodstock, Randolph
county, N C, AtlasG Phillips, postmast
er; Otto, Lexington county, S C, WE
Cran ford, postmaster ; Meander, Trum
bull county, S C, Grace Ramsey, post- j
Postoffice at Kirk's Mills, Stanly
county, N C, changed to Palmersville,
one mile south of the present site.
Postoffice at Mill way, Abbeville coun
ty, S C, removed with retention of the
name one and one half miles northwest
Postoffice at Colly, Martin county, N
C, has been discontinued ; mail to Wa
dena. Postoffice at Timothy, Pitt county, N
C, has been discontinued; mail to John
RAILKOAD SERVICE CHANGES.
South Carolina Alston to Hender
sonville. Change and extend the runs
of route agents to begin at Henderson
ville, N C, and end at Columbia, S C, in
crease distance 25 miles.
Greenville to Columbia. Change and
extend the runs of route agents to be
gin at Columbia, and end at Walhalla,
6 C, omitting that portion of the pres
ent run between Belton and Greenville,
S C, making the whole run 161 miles.
North Carolina Asheville to Pigeon
river. From May 22, 1882, service by
Asheville, by Homing Creek to Pigeon
river, 20 50 miles and back, 6 times a
week, or as much of tener as trains may
run. Western North Carolina Rail
road STAR SERVICE CHANGES.
South Carolina Hampton C. H. to
Grahamville. From June 1, 18S2, change
service and embrace and end at Ridge
land, omitting Grahamville.
Ex-Congressman Steele, who repre
sented the Charlotte district in the 45th
and 46th Congresses is here on a visit to
friends and has been most cordially re
ceived by those who knew him when
he was in Congress.
Col. J. L. Morehead, of Charlotte, and
Mr. Julius A. Gray, of Greensboro,
were here last week.
Dr. J. G. Butler, of the Memorial
Lutheran church, formerly chaplain of
the House of Representatives, who
made himself popular by his short pray
ers, will attend the Synod of his church
at Charlotte this week. He is an effec
tive speaker and clever gentleman.
Brown and Bros, of Winstpn, have
been granted a trade mark for their
plug chewing tobacco.
Patents have been granted as fol
Valentine Stirewalt, Davidson Col-;
lege, N C, churn ; Addison F. Puref oy.
Wake Forrest, N C, gate and also for a
plow; David B. Hazeltoir, Charleston,
S C, clearing attachment to cotton pick
ers; Geo. W. Whitson, Asheville, N Cf
self-loading excavating cart.
; Why Chalmers Lost His Seat.
Hon. J. R. Chalmers, of Mississippi,
whose seat in the House has been
awarded to Mr. Lynch, addressed a let
ter to the editor of the Memphis Appeal
in which he quotes Representative
Hewitt as having said in tbe Democrat
ic caucus that in a contest between a
white man and a colored man the North
ern Democrats could not afford to fili
buster. Mr. Hewitt's attention having
been called to this publication, he has
addressed a letter to Representative
Manning, of Mississippi, in which he
says that he was not present at the
Democratic caucus to which Gen. Chal
mers refers, and could not have used
the language attributed to him. Judge.
House, of Tennessee, said that he could
not advise the party to resert to filibus
tering in order to keep Gen. Chalmers
in his seat, and this was also the judg
ment of Messrs. Tucker, Carlisle and
Hammond, all Southern Democrats,
whom Geni Chalmers bad selected to
present and manage his case. Mr. Hew
itt says that there is not the slightest
justification for the assertion that the
Loss of Chalmers' seat is to be charged
to Northern Democrats. It was rather
due to the fact that those who knew
Gen. Chalmers best and the merits of
his casewere not willing; to advise ex
treme measures iff order to defeat the
will of the Republican majority.
HEB HEALTH AND LIFE j
Depend more on the regularity of ber menstrual
functions than on any or aU causes combined. An
actual Or a "living dath" Is the inevitable1 result
?f derangement of a function which makes woman '
what she Is In every respect, and especially In her
mental and bodily constitution. Hence, imme
diate relief from soch derangements is the only
safeguard against wreck and ruin. In all eases of
stoppage, delay, or other irregularity 'of jthe
courses,'' DrJ. Bradfleld's Female Regulator is
the only sure remedy. It acts by giving tend to
the nervous centres. Improving tbe blood, and de
termining directly to the organs of menstruation;
rt in aftiAntifla TiresGrlDtion. and the mot intelli-
eent Dhrsicians ise ft. Prepared by J. BradfleKL)
Atlanta. Ga. Pficet Trial bizo, 75c; large ilze,
$1.50. Forsaleby aUdroggfets.
. ' . . iH--i . - y
"'j1 w wer j v
' Canyon And a case. nLBrUhi'a J&gaise of the
! Kidneys. Diabetes Urinary or -Liver Complaints
that is curable! tost Hot Bitters has not orrcahaot
'cifref isk your neighbors If they can. ,
' fctmelE e irritatton. Inflammation, all Kidney and
Urinary complaints, curea oy -sucnupaiDa." 91,
DepotJ,tLMcAaen, Charlotte, N.C. r-,o "
. -An invaiaabla strensthenev for the nerves, mod-
f ties, and uesUve organs, ptodudng strength and
appeute, is Brown s iron nioers. v. . . .
"The Beat In tne World."
Asheville, N. C, August 8, 1881.
H H. Warner A Co Sirs: I mnaMer mnr fla.fi
Kidney and Liver Cure the best medicine in tne
wona lor Kianey and liver diseases.
Col. R. C O'BTBOH.
TFrom the Home Journal.
A Remarkable Discovery
A REAL SKIN CURE.
THKBX IS ONLY ONI
AND THAT WITH SIMPLE NAME.
Beware of imposters, pirates, or any old articles
which now suddenly claim to be best They have
been tried and found wanting, while this has been
proved a remarkable success.
HO POMPOUS HAMS.
This curative needs no pompous or incompre
hensible title of Greek or Latin to sustain it, but
its Bimple 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 CUBE In preference to all 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 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
tne sleepy state In which thev were befom. ni
now claim to be the Great kin Cures.
("Beware of Imitations, or the various article
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 la one package. Price $1.00. get at
Relief for all Overworked Brains
CAUSE AND CUBS.
Dr. C. W. Benson's celery and Chamomile Pilla
are valuable lor school children who suffer from
nervous headaches caused by an overworked brain
in their studies, and for all classes of hard brnln
workers whose- overtasked nervous cente-s need
repair and sedation. Nervous tremor, weakness,
and paralysis are being dal.y cured by these pills.
They correct costiveness. but nre not purgative.
Price. 50 cents or six boxs for 82 50. Dostaee
free, to any address For sale by all druggists.
Dp pot. Baltimore, Md , where the Doctor can be
addressed. Letters of inquiry freely answered.
C. N. Crittenton. New Y01 k. Is wholesale aeent
for Dr C. W. Benson's remedies.
MRS. LYOIA E. PINKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Is a Positive Cure
far all tkau Palatal Complaint aaa WmVuiim
eouu t our best female papulatloa.
It will care entirely the worst form of Female Com
plaints, all ovarian troubles. Inflammation and Ulcer
tlon, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of Life.
It wlU dissolve and expel tumors from the uterus In
an early stage of development. Tbe tendency to can
cerous humors there Is checked very speedily by its use.
It removes falntness, flatulency, destroys all era Tina"
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cores Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, eanslng pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its use.
It will at all times and under all olrcumstances act la
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sax this
Compound is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PIXCIIAM'S VEGETABLE COM
POTJ3TD Is prepared at X33 and z3S Western Avenue.
Lynn, Mass. Price $L Six bottles for (S. Bent by mail
In the form of pills, also in the form of losenges, oa
receipt of price, (1 per box for either. Hrs. Plnkham
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address as above. Mention this Paper.
Ho family should be without LYDIA E. PTNKHA1T1
LIVER PILLS. They cure constipation, bUlousness(
and torpidity of theliver. ' 26 cents per box.
S9- Sold bT all Sraasriata. ""S
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids orartific-
taJ. Essences. Aways uniform in strength.
without arty adulterations or, impurities.
Hare gained their reputation from their
perfect, purity, superior strength and qual-
rty. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, I1L, and St. Louis, Mo.,
akenof Lapalla Teut Oeau, Ih-. PrleVs Cream Baklas
Pewder, aad Dr. Pries' Calqne Perfume.
WE MAKE NO SECOND GRADE GOODS
F. C. MUNZLER
The Benier & Eniel Brewery Coiws
(Of Philadelphia, Pa ,)
Cdibrated lager Beer,
In Kegs and Bottles.
ROTTT.O) HEER A SPECIALTY.
13?" Have Just received a small lot of BOTTLED
ALE and PORTER, which I offer to the public at
a reasonable price. Address
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LILIE! LILIE! LILE!
AVING now two more Kilns in addition to ear
PERPKUAL kiln we are now prepared to
.;, ' FILL. ORDERS lPHOBIirrriiY, '
on short notice, and at prices that defy competi
tion. We guarantee Quality, and make no charge
unless Lime proves satisfactory. ; , - :
We have an agency in Charlotte ot AG. 8um
mervllle; who will receive orders for smalt lets at
reduced prices. -..,., .
- Reference as to Quality of Lime given on appll-
eauon. - bisiuh Buuxniuu,
Box No. 88, Gaftney City fl. C. ,
OF siDiiiiBi sniLra
I- THAT WE WILL CLOSE OUT ' AT
h. , TSHcy Dr8S Gool9- a- wry low prlca. We have everything In the Dress Trimming
IH! k.? . g ukw' ?ltl1ns. 8urahs, Moires and Brocade Satins in all colors. , In Black press Goods
r-L1 ,8t?.ck of bUks, Hailns, Merveliieux, Bhadanes, Brocade. Sailns. Nuns Vellfgs. Cash
d' !D Zodlars, Henriettas. Ac Some new and handsome patterns in -Beaded : Frtrgea. Lio s,
Sraffa iilVf 1 8t0?L ot Lrc8S J f description. Just reoatvad. thaAandaomeat, line of
.t ,?.' '' and Fans ever shown In this market. A large stock of Dress Ginghams
atlUja sash Ribbons aU colors. Ladles' Ulsters, Cretonnes and Frtr-ges -"Out stock of White Goods 5
is large and cheap. A line of Gents' Nobby straw Hats and low quartered Shoes. A large stock ot
At Greatly reduced prices. Pearl Shirts, Evltts' Shoes. Trunfa, Valises, Hata1 Caps, Boots; Shoes, ota
Exaralne oiir stock and we will convince you that we keep everything stynao. ond at prices to suit th
times. Smith Building. Truiy,
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SM ATTTTTR FT F,K.
ARION, SIMPSON &
Organs within Reach of Everybody,
MASON & HAMLIN,
SHOiMMER BELL CHIME,
PELOUBET A CO. and STERLING.
Never Before Sach Low Prices 1 Easy Terms
H . McSMITH , Charlotte, N. C
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F)R SALXt any two of .toree
Fire Proof Safes, all of them
the best of makes. One small..
one medium and-one large Ap-
ply to or address
piy to or aooress , u, , -ZX
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COST. DON'T FAIL TO SIX THEM.
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KRANIGH & BACH,
CO., SOUTHERN GEM
tW LOOK HOW THE OLD MAN FROWNS .
and scratches his head while reading Mc's adv. Make
him read let him frown. Write to me and I wilt-send
you a photo (not of myself) but of rny Pianos and Or
gans. Make your selection, then go for hlinind write
to me for a few more' dots! such : as prices.'terms, Ac.
Address, or call on . , ,
creditors under -ffie' '"tfesl W
b Jt "of JU w Perdue, mhOshalk sleelr -elalms ;
with ihcniiflerslgnMwul receive a eivldend by
Mllfne- f triv AfnnTaonda.JalaT7 22nd. 1882.
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