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CHARLOTTE, N. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1882.
are cordially Invite
CALL AND i f SEE
Retail Dry Goods Establishment
In the State of North Carolina.
AlEXAKDEE & 'gABBS;
PEG R A M & G O .,
HIVE 1. PRETTY LINE OF
GENTS' 9 LOWERS,
PEGRAM & CO.,'
K 'p. .- ... ff
Have the Best Stock of
Gents' Uand-Sewed -Shoes
y - 'V-. - . .1 ; '4.
IN THE STATE.
WILL dlsplaj during the 20tl of May Celebra
tion the mosLeleganfr stock ! WANCY DBY
GOODS In the 8tat& ChII and see them.
- ALK2UNDKR 4 HARRIS.
PE (jiR AlJ& C O.,
HAVE ALL KINDS OK
til W Shoes and Slippers.
CALL snecUl Mtrntlon to our stock of NRCK
WKAK. viz: l.aee Oollarn. Hi-hus, mrroider
ed Collars, and every variety of Lnen and Percale
n Polka Dot t and alilpes. i hey are beautlfuL;
Call and ste ttm.
ALEXANDER 4 HARRIS.
PEGRAM & CO;,
KEEP A WiSELEED STOCK OF
Trunks and Valices
OF ALL PRICES AND SIZES.
Alexander & Harris
HAVK a magnlflcf-nt stock of WHITE GOODS .
viz: Ltnerr Lawns. India Lmwas, Masallas
Nainsooks, India Mulls, soft finished Jacoaets,
Polka Dot Swiss, Matins In Whue and. Jtcru ef
fects, with Lace and Embroidery to trim. '
PEGRAM; & f&K
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FINS STOCK OF
i - . .1 ::-.!,.
ilk , Felt and traw Hats
f the Latest Styles. Of the Latest Styles.
AVE a tremendous stock? 'of La!d1eaTlflsses
Aiil Pkl.drAnla ll ".. I wktk OIA Utah M.
duee. Special prices will btf'tnade trrthese goods."
ALUXAMDKR 4 HARRIS.
P E G4t A
M 'III ?
-5 1 I SCAMS
i a I
With any kinds BOOTS and SHOES THEY WISH.
n th Miehratlon will be astonished wh n they
hear our prices on Domeaue ,ooas. we
e a specialty or these woods, t i t, ',1 .
ALEXANDER 4 HARRI3.
STOCK of DRESS GOODS, viz: Nun's Vellirit
in ail colors with trimmings to match, will be
found In all grades and prices. . -
ALEXANDER 4 HARRIS.
KEEP ALL KINDS OF
Be Only Place' id levoty:-:
can get a pair of the
DEALERS IN -
.;n uneu BOj ui
w Can lurfai ion with the
a a i
BBBABDS ridATES. Bjrtr
nunvait fliemaw ins niuiuDvinvk t n
ively display the- panoin
t Lwuunerea nun s Twmi,, tt riV. thi
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1 Fra m
as. ni , i :
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"LEAVING ust returned from the Eastern Mar
kets toe second time this season, we are now able
to show the Trade all the NEW THINGS la the
way of Novelties of the season.
We have replenished our BLACK SILK STOCK
with Moires, Brocades, Satins and Surahs in all
shades, Summer Bilks and Foulard?. Also a
handsome stock of Satteens la fancy colors.
Nuns Veiling In all colors from 85c to $1 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 Ulsters for Ladles
In Linen and Mohair. A new stock of
The cheapest and most handsome styles. Some
new Neck Wear in new styles. A new lot of Bunt-
lLg In all colors from 12c to $1 per yard.
Come and see and be convinced .that we have
the goods and prices to suit yon.
T. L,. SE1GL.E & CO.
A Naver-Failing Cure for Burns,
Scalds, Bruises, Cuts, Sores, etc.
--After forty years of trial, Perry
Davis' Pain Killer stands unrivaled.
It is safe! ' It acts immediately ! It
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Editor of the St. John OSS. B.) News, Bays :
In flesh wound3, acliea, pains, sores, etc.,
It is the most effectual remedy we know ot
No family should be without a bottle of It
' tor a single hour.
From the Cincinnati Dispatch :
We have teen Its mogie effects, and know
t " It to be a good artlele.
From US. Poster, U. SlCoasnl at Crefeld,
After long years of use, I am satisfied ft
:. ia positively emcient as aneanng remeay
for wounds, bruises, and sprains.
W. W. Sharper, Valdosta, Ga. , says :
Itlsapanaeea for all bruises and burns.
From R. W. Adams, Baco, He.:
It gave me Immediate relief.
R. Lewis says: i
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v v t n -A..., ti l . r V- nA.M .
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' retinm pain and aoreneaa, and heai wouada
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have used it the longest -are tu oent-jnenas.
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Since the Pain Killex was first introduced.
hundreds of new roedicineS have come and
ne while, to-day tfcia mediefaie is more
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Bbeii fnorr ' lUvfrrr fainlly should have
m bottle rrcuiv for iim. Much nain and heaw
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eminent pnysicians in our pamyu ru.
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from I " L til taaa. . I
COL. WILLIAM JOHNSTON,
What is Said in His Defence.
Tbe Ust issue of Ihe Newbernian
publishes the following defence of
Colonel Johnston, which we publish for
the benefit of that gentleman and his
The political course which it has
pleased Col. Wm. Johnston, of Char
lotte, of late to pursue, has filled"many
Democratic papers of North Carolina
with virtuous indignation ; much sharp
biting and censorious criticism has
been indulged in with apparent serene
complacency and self-satisfaction; his
name has been coupled and loaded
down with vituperation and abuse, and
the tongue of slander has been busy
with his character ; his every word and
act has been tortured into high treason.
And for why?
. CqI. Johnston has dared to entertain
honest convictions! f arid., has had the
manliness and independence to give
voice to opinions that .are shared in
secret by a vefy large andrespectable
number of voters in this State; he has
dared to entertain and express opin
ions at variance with those held and
cherished by both the Republican and
Democratic parties, as illustrated by
their action in our State and national
councils. CpL Johnston charges that
the Democracy has been recreant to its
trusts and false to its promises, nor does
the Colonel stop here, but proves hi3,
assertion by citing the action of the
Democratic party when in control of
both houses of Congress. It had prom
ised to redress wrongs, to suppress and
wright abuses and to introduce reform ;
in these it incontinently failed. It
neither abolished nor at least modified
the tariff, it did not abolish the odious
test oath.'it did not stop the pension
lraudsit did not repeal the civil rights
bill, it did not investigate the internal
revenue service.it did not unearth the
frauds and thefts with which the Treas
ury and Naval Department reek and
btink in the nostrils of honesty. That
-til this should be done, was promised
uie people when the Democratic parly
rarty came into power. That it has
signally failed to make good its prom
ises, is known of all men, but Col. John
sion alone has dared to declore it and
herald it in broad day. Is there any
treason in this? Does to declare a fuel,
which is pattsut, constitute one a sore
head, a disappointed, cbrmiic ifth:e-&t:t-ker,
a broken down, political hack ?
Yet all these vile, abusive epithets are
applied to Col. Johnston, because for
sooth, he has dared to see and proclaim
these shortcomings of Democracy.
Such is the head and front of his of
fending. Again, Col. Johnston opposes tne
uresent system of county governments
and gives his reasons therefor, chieliy
among v hich is that it is subverse of I
Uie meat i unaameniai principle or lo
cal self-goverument, which underlies
the very foundations ana existence or
our liberties. Under this sjstem, he
saj s, the county com missiouers are au
tocrats, not recognizing or accounting
any responsibiiity they may be suppos
ed to owe to ihe will aDd wishes of the
people; in illustration of this, he recites
the action or lue county commissioners
of Mecklenburg and oilier counties in
the State, in refusing to grant license to
retail spirituous liquors, after these
same counties had repudiated the mon
ster, prohibition, by unprecedented ma
jorities. Because Col. Johnston enter
tains sentiments ana opinions antago
nistic and averse to the continuance of
the present system of county govern
ments, does it constitute mm a aisgrace
f ul. disgruntled sore-head, and disap
pointed, chronic office seeker? If it
does", tfien"Nbrth Carolina is most for
tunately largely peopled -witn sore-nead3
and chronic office seekers. We believe
if like the question of prohibition, the
question of the continuance of the pres
;ntsystem of county governments could
be I divested of all political prejudice
kid could dp'oiilt abstract merits, as to
right or wrong, 'lie submittied to the free
unbiased Vote ot tne people, tne present
system would be rejected by a majority
, . - i i i . i .
approximating anu rivaling Ltiat which
killed and buried prohibition last Au-
Jgus,t;. .Jf this ia.treason, then make the
most of iu
Col. Johnston further opposes both
existing political parties oecause of the
manifold abuses that hive . crept into
the respective Organizations; among
them can be numbered "false promises,
K.H loitalaHn pnmint. anrl BYtravflffanf.
party leaders, besides their modes of
suppressing puoiic sentiment Dy cau
cuses, packed, conventions, and invasion
of popular right's.' If a gentlemen is to
be bounded down Dy every nt,ue petty
perrny-A-lmrl in the State, : Debause he
mav have opinions of his own not in
agreement or accord with those of some
others, and dares express tnem ana
needs maintainv them? then have we fal
len upon evil times indeed, and the
press paridering to such disgraceful
methods' if s tiotj dishonoring itself, has
sadly compromised its usefulness.
Vituperation and abuse are not argu
ments and those who put their trust in
them as such, Will ,.SQoner v or, later, in
their recoil, be overwhelmed in confus
iofc: The days of proscription for con
science or opinion's sake are happily
past and now find but little sympathy
in the hearts of the better people of the
land; that cause mus,t be weals indeed
that lookg for Rn ally in 'the blistered
tongue ot slander. ; We are no apologist
for Col. Johnston. We have yet to learn
that he needs one. We know that there
are manv true and tried Democrats still
'alive, who in the troublous times of
18o2, wnen tne politician stoou upon a
higher planBtBanine does in these de
generate days; were:proud and esteem
ed at a nrivileeed honor to cast their
ivotes for Col. William Johnston for
Governor of the State of North Caroli
na, though the honored Zsbulon B.
Vance Avashis successful competitor.
Jhe.questionis pertinent : What ha3
f!nt .lolii.siariidone'sincelthdseldays to
forfeit the confidence, the respect and
the esteem of the people now t It we
differ with'TJol. Johnston now, let us
assail his position with arguments, facts
and figures ; let us not condescend to
modes familiar only to Billingsgate.
Let us mee argument with, argument,
reason with reason, and above all, let us
accord to others that which we! claim
for ourselves, the right to entertain and
express an opinion.
g . T Sheep Statistics.
: Trustworthy statistics of the number
of sheep in the United States are said
to be as follows:. The total number of
sheep in i860 was 22.4T1, 275. In 1870 it
was 28,477,951. In 1880 it was 35,191,650,
or including; ranch sheep, 42,381,389,
During the last ten years there has been
an increase in thirty States and Terri
tories; and ft decrease in sixteen. Four
of tha'latter were Southern States and
twelve were Northern States east of
the Missouri river, including five New
Wnrriand Rratftft; "NTftw -"Vrrrk: Nftw Jer-
av Pormsvlvania., Ohio. Indiana. Illi
nois and lowa. rne net aeprease m an
the Northern states east or tne mis
urtorl rivflr ia mora than an offset bv the
licrease in the single State of Texas.'
The real fact seems to be that sheep
trrnvointr hna heAna.bandoned.in certain
ll-ftitejIWrp pOtJible cripationa,
or because it couia do aone more cneap
ly elsewhere in the country. But on
hewhole the indostry bastad an enor
mnna lnrrnsft t.hfi number Of sheeD in
the mitMStetesTlavinfclncreased fifty
aoYo r ....
T.JUaTv.JrfnnTvv Via.. March 99. 1R80.
CnUOUUll4niprfH t" T
i ;i mta f oand n-to do whaHs-otaimitf for It. The
J't nHVH IIHH1I lir II11II1UU1 LI1TCL UCKUeaWJ. wuv
last Dottle ana x wo paoKages -aia nw bo goou anu
rere worse taan nothing. 6 1 see It Is tfqt put up by
j H Zftilin A. Co. snd not aenuine,; and a waste of
money to buy it. I would be glad to get the pure
annfau QtmA nut iaiiia fmm hnrttst hsndfl
(with red Z and Zailin Go's signature pa Wrap-
iMrk'i xne uouuwua nuu.huh wm nuuij V. 10
hs4U. Xour oL'i serrw- vi.'. x i
The Colored Voter and the So-Called
To the Editor of 1 he North Sttte :
Chaklotte, N. C, May 22, 1882.
We would like to ask of the colored
people of Mecklenburg county, in the
Sixth district of North Carolina, what
inducements are held out to them by
the so called liberal party i it is a well
known fact that the great stronghold
of this mongrel party is in this district.
Dr. Mott, as the Republican head- of
the concern, after being in office these
many years, out of 365 appointments.
has only appointed three colored men
to office, as storekeepers; of these one
is out of employment because he can't
swallow the sentiments of Mott s crowd.
Why is it that this same man Mott has
appointed three Democrats as store
keepers in Gaston county, who never
voted a Republican ticket in ttteir lives ?
Why are these men employed when
good Republicans who holdWcom mis
sions are standing idle? Tho few col
ored strikers he has collected here, if
not idiots, would do well .tr took at
this, if they would judge the future by
the past If hunger for office is so
greft, let them first get it, and then
they will be saved the humiliation of
We wish to ask more. Why is it that
a revenue officer, with no semblance of
official business in this county, is work
ing up the independent move, being
paid by the -go vernment, we expect, for
services rendered ? Who is he working
for, and why does he advise colored
men in some precincts to send white
men as delegates here on the 27th of
May, when the same precincts always
send colored delegates? And why did
he move in one ward in the city in order
to be elected as a delegate the next
week, and who sent the jug of whisky
to the meeting that elected him as al
ternate? Was it not sent in order to
secure votes for the independent move,
uf which he is an active member?
And who is foolish enough not to
know that Dr. Mott and Col. Johnston
are in full accord in this movement,
and that all"' movements toward inde
pendentism is only a move to put men
over you who have been repudiated by
their own party? Who ever heard of
Col. Johnston voting a Republican
ticket? And did he not say, at Con
cord, some years ago, tin -it there was too
much good Democratic blood ia his
veins to bolt the Democratic nomina
tions? And has he ev r repudiated it?
Has lie ever said anytl-ing that savors
of Rt publifunisui ? "
Who Is thri chief cook and bottle
washer of tie Republican parly in this
county who is stronglv helping the in
dei endent niuve, anu who i ailed to
vote the Republican ticket in 1880.
when we stunned every nerve to win?
Why is it tht whisky Democrats are
being elected in some precincts to our
convention here on the 27th?
Colored men look sharp, or you will
be voting the Democratic ticket under
the name of Republicanism for the
mongrels are waiting for you.
America's Future Grain Rivals.
Ntw Or eans Times Democrat
The fact that the development of a
country depends -upon the iacililies it
affords ivr transportation, and that the
prosperity of a nation depends upon the
economy of production and cheapness
of freight is being exemplified by the
countries hitherto unknown to the
world as w heat exporters.
As late as two decades ago Hindoos-
tan was almost unprovided with rail
transportation. Its dense population
depended for food upon the agricultur
al resources or tneir native districts.
When the harvests of one locality fail
ed, the want 1 transportation render
ed it extremely difficult to provide the
li ongry 'proim?' with roon from more
fortunate district, and thousands, and
in several cases, millions died of starva
tion before relief reached them. To
day the iron horse has brought the prin
cipal population centres in rapid com
munication witn eacn otner, ana tneir
drnger of a serious famine, in any single
locality, is no longer to be feared.
But the railroad movement in India
has solved a no less important problem
by the r jmmunicaiion estab'ed be
tween I he lower country and the eleva
ted nlateau of Northern Indh In this
loca.ity the climate is temperate, rains
are frequent and rivers and streams so
picntiiui tuab irrigation is lauuc anu
inexpesive. Here vast quantities of
wheat and other cereal products of the
temoerate zone are beingproduced.and
India is gradually assuming a proud po
sition asa gr 'n exporting country.
More than half the entire territory 01
Mexico may ba considered as possessing
a strictly temperate climate. In some
localities it is rather cold than temper
ate. On the wide plains of Chihuahua,
Durango, Zacatecas, Mexico, Morelos,
Michoacan. Pueblaand Hid? igo, cereals
of a'l kinds find a climate and soil con
genial to their perfect development. It
is more than probable that tne largest,
whitest and most superior wheat on the
planet is produced in the temperate cli
mate of the wondrously fertile valley
The grain grown in these districts
wull find its way to the coast via the
Mexican Southern Railroad at Port San
Anton Lizardo, by the Mexican Rail
road at Vera Cruz, and by the eastern
branch of the Mexican Central at Tam
picb. The cereals or uoanuna, in uevo jeon
andTamaulmas will be freighted to the
seaboard by the Gould-De Grees system
arirl Tolfanor Holt T.mp Jinrt lhnsTpvi-
cj may safely be counted among the
great cereal producing rivals of the
United States within the next five
In India, as in Mexico, the rate of
wages for farm hands is-very low. In
the former the agricultural labor gets
but a few cents a day, while in Mexico
from $6 to $10 per month is considered
rather high pay. The price of labor is
not the only advantage Mexico posses
ses. Its soil is so fertile that an acre of
avei age ground will yield twice as mm h
as the same area of o'ur best farm land.
By consequence the price of labor and
the yield of the harvests are both
against the American farmer.
The curious and, possibly, alarming
facts given above are worthy the con
sideration of our agriculturists. One
fact is certainly patent, both India and
Mexico are destined soon to be the ce
real producing rivals of this country.
The Denver and New Orleans Railroad
Company on Top.
The Times says ex-Gov. John Evan?,
of Denver, who is president of the Den
ver and New Orleans Railroad com
pany, informed the Times' reporter last
evening that the contest between that
corporation and the Denver and Rio
Grande company, had been settled in
favor of his company. He received on
yesterday a telegram from General
Superintendents W Eccles, stating that
the Denver and Rio Grande company
had been enjoined from interfering ;
that the Denver and New Orleans trains
now enter Union depot on a temporary
trap over flherrv creek. DehVer. and
that everything else was in excellent
Crushing a Jailer's Skull.
GrLVESTON.Texas, May 81: A News
Tan Eiin special savs: -sunoay morn
ing Fred Walte, in ail for theft, struck
fha iailftr nver thA head with an iron
har. nrnshincr his skull. The nrlsoners
escaped but were "subseiiaently; recap
tured, .-i . j i
j f!.--ti If Nearly Dead , d
after taking some hlgh'y puffed up t-tuff, with long
teaHmnniau. torn to Hod Bitters, and have no fear
of any Kidney or Drlnuary Troubles, fine hta' Dls
m Tnahfltea or Liver ComnlainL These dis
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the seat of the disease, and give almost instant
Not Partial , But Complete.
Alexandria, Va.. Aueost4. 1881.
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From the Toledo Blade. J
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v i ? q y
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For the care of Kidney Complaints of either sex
this Compound la unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PIXKHASri BLOOD PURIFIER
will eradicate every vestige of Humors from the
Blood, and give tone and strength to the system, of
man woman or child. Insist on having it.
Both the Compound and Blood Purifier are prepared
at 233 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn, Haas. Price of
either, $1. Six bottles for $5. Sent by mail In the form
of pills, or of lozenges, on receipt of price, gl perbex
for either. Mrs. Pinkham freely answers all letters of,
inquiry. Enclose Set. stamp. Send for pamphlet.
No family should be without LYDIA E. PIKKHAiTS
LIVER PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness,
and torpidity of the liver. S5 cents per box.
itS-Sold by oULrrug-gists.-
li'RUIT Preservative, one 2oc package win pre
A? serve 20 pounds or fruit For sale by
R. H JOBDAN & CO.,
may26 Tryon street
TOOTH SO P. Jewsbe. and Brown's Oriental
Tooth Paste and Sozoiont; fi r sale by
B. H. JOBDAN CO.,
COI.OUNK is the best; for sale only by
R. H. JOBDAN A CO.
A FRESH SUPPLY
OF MlH-lssquol, lmpcrtt-d Vichey, Apolllnarls,
Hthom and Congress Water. just received hy
H. H. JoBUAN t CO.,
maj2rt Druggi ts
TON i " K Ixl , I nn Bi.tcrs, Hop Biiters, Hostet
ter Hi ri. Fellow's Compound f yrup of the
Hypoph s hi s Hor'.ford's Acid Phosphate, a
full s.ii-piy dt K. H JoBDAN & CO.,
CON-TaT Yon hand the finest Green and
Bi;.ck leus ioi tlie retail irade.
B. H. J0BD1N & CO ,
maj2tf Tryon street
AND Bath Tow. Is, for sale by
K. H. JORDAN 4 CO..
rvTrK Rpst Kc and 1 0c C'Tars.
B. H. JORDAN 4 CO.,
Druggists, Tryon street
F. C. MUNZLER
Tke Berper & EbM Brewery Company s
(Of Philadelphia, Pa.,) : :
f( h brated Lager Beer,
, la Kegs and Bottles. .
BOTTLGh BEER A SPECIALTY.,
rf-Have inst received a small lot of BOTTLED
ALE and POBTKB, which I offer to the public at
a rfmsonable ndee.- Address I r.;; Jou
, 1 1 LoctBox 266, Charlotte, N G
To Our Friends and Patrons."
JUST EECLOTE! :
A large shipment of that Very Popular 4-4 Bleached Domestic at 10 Cents,
The Best ever sold In this Market for that Money.
We are offering Speoial Bare alxia In Dress Ooods,43umBtur-llks, LadlesVand
Children's Hosiery; if you want a half dozen Hose at a sacrifice come and see our stock; Lace Curtains
In all new designs and very cheap; Dress Trimmings in all shades and varieties; we have a very hand
some piece of Bugle Fringe at $1.26: a large stock of ,Passamentrlesnd Ornaments; the largest and
CHEAPEST STOCK OF LACES,
Of all descriptions, to be found in the city; Iiadlesm8tersatll,$1.25;tl.50, $2,$3,$3.l, $oaadJ8
each; Pearl Shirts, Universal Patterns; Turner's handsome Shoes for Gents, Ivltt's Ladles' Shoes; the
Best Corset for 91; Trunks, Valises, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Ac; Plain and Lace Buntings, at
10c, 15c, 25c, 30c, 65c and 75c 1
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PI All OS WJHIN REflCH i EllERlfBOOY
ARION, SIMPSON & CO;, SOUTHERN QE M
Organs withia' Reach of Everybody,
MASON & HAMLIN,
SHONIMER BELL II I11F,
PlLotTBTET AtO. and STERLING.
Never Before Sock Low Prices 1 Easy Terms
1 . i.,;
. : ,and
H. McSIVllTH; ChaHbtfe; ISI. C.
NEAR ' MoitGANTON;
THT8aitractlvesnmuier resort will be ofied for the terllon of vlsitofa on the 1st day of June.
The beauty of the scenery and the curitlve properties ol the water are well known, Coaches meet
trains on the Western North Carolina Railroad at
f20andS2S. Address " . ; ';!!
mayiw eod lm
CATAWB A COVKTTf N.C.
rjHE best Medicinal Mineral Waters, and most
extensively fitted ; up place in the State, near
Hickory and Western North Carolina EaUroad, is
pen for select guests.
For further particulars address
nnHK Board of Counts Commissioners of Marl
X horo eonntv . S. CL. are now ready to receive
bids for building a new court house in Bennetts'
vUle, a a2 as authorized by Aet cffareoerai As?
blr. Plana at a specini
lans atd sDecmcatlcnS'Tumlshed on
applicauoa. .Also plans ana speancauoa soucu
Corresoondence from oerBons ueslriDg. the
eontraet soiiatea. Aoureas ir-m ! - i
- ..;-V r - t- AL1X. McR
Chairman BC XL. Benne
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KRANICH & BACHf
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look iowoiWrnft foxhim
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scratches his head while reading He's adv, Make
read let hUn,.frown, , Write to me and I will send
you a phot'(not'of myself) but of my Pianos and Or-
' gins. Mafee yoto selectrdn, then go for hlrh arid write
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to me for a few more dots, such as prices, terms, 4c.
Address, pr call on
Morgauto - '. Dally mMl and express.- Board per month
: JOHN H. Pi ARSON, Proprietor,
uienu ajpme opnugs.
A favorite DreecrlDtion of one of the
most noted and successful speciaHsta in tke V. S.
now retirea) for tne cure or jrei wmmm XfeiHitry,
Tmt TKantfod.. WeateHtmm and jDeow. Sent
1" r-llnW iTftlopaWui. DrayyialM caji fill IU
AMrea DR. WARD A CO., U iaiaaa, Mo.
Offl on Trade street J
over L. Berwangef 41
Office hours from a,m.to o p. m. ,
v . .w
JD Fire Proof Safes, ell ol them J
the best ot makes, one maii, t i
one inedlrOn and one laigvaApr 1 rix
nli to or address " . .
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