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Index to New Advertisements.
Dr. Benson's Skin Cure.
HostetterM Htomach Bitters.
Gold Chain Lout
o n " n ?
This powder never varies. A marvel of parity
iireusm uiu wmiesumtmes3 More econo mica
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weigm, a urn or pnospnate powders. Sold only In
ov23 New York.
Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
will cure dyspepsia.heartburn, mala
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases.
enriches the blood and purifies the
system; cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try a bottle.
Is the only Iron preparation that
does not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, as
other Iron preparations will.
Ladies and all sufferers from neu
ralgia, hysteria, and kindred com
plaints, will find it without an equal.
IF YOU WANT FRESH
GIVE US A GALL!
Bunches' Asplnwall Bananas,
2Q Boxes Imperial Oranges, - 1 -5Q
Boxes Fine Messina Lemons,
2Q baipickjer 1
0 Buckets Best Penned Lard. j
JflNK lot Canvassed Smoked Tongues ,
SW lot Canvassed Hams.
JBE8H lot Breakfast Strips,
and many other fiesh Goods.
call and swtja; WB WILL IiO TOD good.
On consignment, to tie sold Immediately,
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TRADX AND C0IXX01 8TEIW8.
HtSTThe steam laundry has been re
vived and commences work again un
der the management of Mr. B. N.
tSFThe finder of a piece of gold
chin, with a basket locket attached,
will be rewarded by leaving it as di
rected in an advertisement elsewhere.
E3We are requested to state that the
festival of the Library Association has
been postponed to Thursday night
June 8th. The Library Association will
t meet as usual to-morrow night.
ttST Mr. Sco ville, the lessee, announces
by circulars, that the new hotel is to be
formally opened in this city on the 1st
day of next September. The name is to
be changed from the Metropolitan to
the Buford House.
C3F"Lizzie Smith, the colored woman
who made the assault upon Emma
Johnston, at the mayor's court Tuesday
morning, was yesterday sentenced by
his honor to a term of 30 days impris
onment in the county jail.
ISTMr. O'Donnell, the water works
contractor, has opened his furnishing
house in the room under the Central
hotel, where all of our citizens who
wish fixtures to be placed in their
houses, will find him.
E3PThe annual picnic of the Calvary
Sunday School will be held next Thurs
day, at Baker's Grove, about two miles
down the C. C. & A. Railroad. Hacks
will take the party out in the morning,
and bring them back in the evening.
Fare, 25 cents a head.
$W Johnstone Jonea, adjutant-general,
has issued an order declaring that
Gen. Matthew P. Taylor having been
re-commissioned a brigadier-general in
the North Carolina State Guard, is as
signed to the command of the militia
in the second military district, arid will
be obeyed and respected accordingly.
tFriend Albright, of the Greens
boro Bugle, says that he would like to
enter, the library association's apple
dumpling match, if the award were to
be given to the person who would eat
the largest amount. Anything to please.
The association is now hunting around
to see how many apples are available,
and if there can be fonnd enough,
brother Albright will be invited down.
A Present to the City.
A tired out tramp came into the city
yesterday from the South. After rest
ing a while, he pulled off his boots,
which he must have concluded had out
run their usefulness, hung them on a
lamppost in Independence Square and
continued his journey, a lighter-footed
and apparently a happy man. One of
the policemen came along and knocked
the dilapidated bunch of sole leather
down with his club.
Map of Charlotte's Railroads.
A party of civil engineers and
draughtsmen have been in the city for
several weeks past, getting up a map
of all the railroads, side tracks, depots
and all railroad property in the cit"
for the use of the Richmond & Dai)
ville authorities. Mr. A. Langstaff
Johnston is the chief of the party and
he is assisted by Messrs. Calvin Whit
ley and Baylor Thornton, all of Rich
mond. The map is not yet finished, but
enough of it is drawn out to show that
it will be the most complete work of
the kind ever done in Charlotte.
Resolutions of the Lutheran Synod.
Before adjourning last Tuesday, the
Lutheran Synod adopted these resolu
Resolved, That the thanks of the
members of this General Synod are due
and are hereby tendered to the pastor
and congregation of St. Mark's Evange
lical Lutheran church, and the citizens
of Charlotte for the cordial welcome
and the hospitable entertainment which
they have given us as guests among
them: a erateful sense of which we
shall bear with us to our distant homes,
and preserve the memory thereof m
Resolved. That this resolution be sent
to the congregation by the President,
accompanied with such remarks as he
may deem proper.
On account of the secretary hastily
leaving the city and carrying the pro
ceedings of the last day with him, we
are unable to give the report which we
had hoped to publish this morning.
Fountain for Independence Square.
A number of our citizens who have
desire to see the city improved, orna
mented and beautified, are discussing
the question of a fountain, for Inde
pendence Square, and the city council
will be asked to consider the project. It
is proposed to erect a large sized foun
tain which, will be supplied from the
water works standpipe, and have
roughs where horses can drink. The
snrav can be thrown from the fountain
continually without expense to the
city, utilizing what would otherwise be
waste water. There can be no doubt
that a fountain for the square would
be a very desirable thing, and besides
being ornamental would be useful in
cooling the atmosphere about the
square and but we win noc at
tempt to enumerate its many blessings.
The city would not miss the money
that would be required to purchase and
set up the fountain. Independence
Square needs something, and if we can
get neither the monument nor the elec
tric light tower, why, let's have the
Change of Charlotte Depot Agents.
rant. T. T. Smith, who for sometime
naat has been the clevenaccommodating
and efficient accent of the Richmond
and Danville depot in this city, yester
day withdrew from his position and ia
succeeded by Captain J. J. Gormleyt
who assumes control of the entire busi
ness of the R. D. Joad and its
branches at this point. Captain Smith's
retirement is, we understand, on ac
count of the curtailing of the expenses
and a result of their recent decision to
cut down the force all along the line,
n r,; umifh hua made a most excel-
lent and faithful - agent, and his retire-
mAnt la looked upon with genuine re-
rrftt br the business people of Char
lotte, who all hope tbfrt the business of
the companJTw ill soon revive sufficient
ly as to require his "re -employment.
-rftntain Oormler. bis successor, has
been fori a long,tinfe Identified with the
-l i ' 1 i' ihV .Hir'on1 will
ranroaa duuicb ui wji
give entire satisfaction to both the rai
road, authorities and to the business
menxf Charlotte.. Both are good men,
and ' while we congratulate ! Captain
Gormley, we wish Captain Smith the,
'greatest eUces in Tbatevet new Held
opens up to him. -' rf
; ai in r
A true assistant to nature m restoring the sj s
tern to perfect health, thus enabling it to resist
disease, la Brown's Iron Bitters.
Meet; Resolve, Speak and Appoint
Delegates The Convention Yester
day. Yesterday at noon, a rather small
crowd assembled in the court house at
the ringing of the bell. It was the
county convention of the anti-prohibitionists
and when the reporter entered
the room there was about twenty-five
persons present, though this number
was slightly increased during the ses
sion of the convention. There was but
very little enthusiasm, but the interest
manifested was lively. The conven
tion was organized .by calling Mr J J
Sims to the chair and Mr J A Elliott
was appointed secretary. After the
adoption of the resolutions hereinafter
printed, speeches were in order and
CoJ "Wm Johnston was the first called
upon. The Colonel was happy to see
the orderly, intelligent body of men
there assembled to begin the battle for
their rights. He" told them how the
cause they espoused was growing and
gaining strength, in spite of the "dema
gogical and contemptible sheets" that
are making war upon it, aud read one
letter out of a hundred he has received,
showing how the yeast is working in
other counties. He raked the "bourbon
press" fore and aft, and after reading
an extract from the State Journal, com
plimentary to the movement, picked up
the county government question and
pictured the wrongs that the people are
supposed to suffer from the system. He
dwelt for sometime on this, and on
taking bis seat calls were made for
Dr Norment explained why he was
for the anti-party heart and soul. He
was not so much of a Radical that he
wanted to be called a Radical, and he
hoped the Democrats were not so Dem
ocratic that they want to be called
Democrats. With his whole soul he
wished to see the present movement
succeed, and to this end he wished the
Democrats and Republicans to drop
their old animosities and come together
like brothers, cementing themselves in
the common cause. Just here the old
spirit came over the doctor and he went
for the Democratic party in old cam
paign style, but further on he made it
even by peeling the bark from Repub
licanism. He had always marched un
der the Republican banner and it was
under this banner that he and his col
ored friends present lost their rights.
To show the importance of this move
ment he cited to the colored people that
their rights, their lives, their very exis
tence depended upon the anti-party
having control of the next legislature.
He spoke the truth when he said that
the followers of this party did not
know yet what they were. The party
had not crystalized, had not yet torn
loose from the two old parties and or
ganized its forces. They must not be
discouraged but work and watch. This
new movement is attended by the same
troubles that characterize the forma
tion of all great revolutions. He as
sured them that his heart was in the
movement and he would show his faith
by his works.
Jno Schenck, colored, was called upon
when Dr Norment retired. John had
very little to say, only to assure the
convention of bis hearty CP-operation
and support, and to give them a word
Brown, colored, was the next and last
speaker. He went on the Patrick Hen
ry style and poured tha hot shot into
both the old parties. He endorsed the
resolutions, and after stating that he
did not want office, closed in a lofty
flight of eloquence, with the old quota,
tion, "United we stand, divided we fall."
After the speaking, the following
delegates were appointed to represent
Mecklenburg county at the State con
vention to be held in Raleigh, on June
7th: J D Hilton, Robt Simpson, Dr J
Bruner, J B Williamson, J L Ray,
Thomas McCord, W P Little, T K Sam
mons, C T Walker, R M Norment, W
F Snider, F H Glover, T M Chambers,
John O Alexander, F Lee Irwin, A W
Hartenstein, J T Downs, J C Long, H
W Tatum, John T Schenck, R B Hun
ter, S A Kirkpatrick, Ed Kirkpatrick,
John W Hunter, J E Griffith.
The convention adopted the follow
ing resolutions by a unanimous vote ;
Whereas there is a rapid tendency to
the centralization of all powers, both in
the State and national Legislature?,
and a disregard of popular rights, sub
verting the very fundamental princi
ples of our government, and whereas
extravagance, corruption and official de
linquency are prevalent to an alarming
extent with the leaders of both the
great parties in our country therefore
we the citizens of Mecklenburg coun
ty Resolve first, That we deem it ex
pedient to co-operate with the Liberal
Independent party of North Carolina,
and urge Our Senators and Representa
tives in the next general assemoly to re
peal the odious Prohibition law.
- Second. That while we are opposed
to intemperance in all its forms, we are
no advocates of sumptuary las or
class legislation, but will urge upon the
legislature that a rigid license system
be adopted and strictly enforced as the
surest means with other moral agen
cies of curing the great evils of intem
perance Third. That while we advocate prog
ress and development throughout our
entire State, and desire to see the facil
ities of steam transportation extended
as far as practical, we are utterly op
posed to all exclusive privileges and
monopolies as dangerous to the public
welfare, and the liberties of the peo
ple. Fourth. That we favor a more thor
ough and liberal system of education,
of all classes, both by the State and
Federal governments, and deem it the
highest duty of the Federal govern
ment (tbrough the State officials) to
qualify all classes to become intelli
Fifth That we are opposed to the
present system oft county government,
whereby the rulers are placed beyond
the people and can defy their authority ;
and demand that all county officers be
elected by the people; the rightful
source or all power in a democratic
form of government.
Sixth. That we will maintain and
advocate the purity of the ballot-box,
an improved system of commercial and
agricultural prosperity, economy and
reform in all public officials, whether
county. State or Federal, and that they
are the servants, and not the mastars of
the people. .
Seventh. That as we deprecate a
venal and corrupt press, and the vile
personal vlhdictiteness Of petty party
organs," which dread free discussion,
we advocate free speech, independence
of, thought an a6tiont inspiring, noble,
and elevating patriotism, and beyond
the appreciation of penny-a-liners and
political curs, and admire ,tbe intelli
gent and Independent editor, who can
criticise his own- partya. and commend
what is good and true in, his opponents.
Many a merchant of brilliant faculties, has been
stricken down In career hi psx&Jrplt of Ids nerves,
and is left out In the race of life. Bach unfortu
nates should be treated with Dr. Benson's Celery
and Chamomile Pills. Restoration is probable.
Death of John J. Price.
We regret to learn of the death of
John J. Price, Esq., of Berryhill town
ship, this county, which occurred on
last Monday, 29th inst. Mr. Price was
a most influential citizen and a popular
man, and his death is a sad loss to the
country. He was about 63 years old
and had served as a magistrate for the
people of his township with ability and
sagacity for a long time. His remains
were buried in the Steel creek ceme
A Big Company.
The new fire company known as the
"E. D. Latta Hose Company, No. 6,"
was organized last night, with the fol
lowing officers and members:
President E. D. Latta.
Vice-President W. C. Maxwell.
First Lieut. G. H. Brockenbrough.
Second Lieut. C. C. Snider.
Third Lieut F. M. Caldwell.
Secretary C. M. Creswell.
Treasurer C. W. Eddins.
Surgeon Dr. Paul Barringer.
Chaplain Rev. J. T. Bagwell.
Members J. H. Aiken, J. W. Roark,
E. W. Stitt, P. M. Brown, D. E. Allen,
J. Bethune, Chas. Harty, John Pharr,
T. W. Dixon, Pink Powell, R.J. Sifford,
E. K P. Osborne, W. S. Clanton, John
Cormack, Tom Franklin, Geo. Williams,
J. C. Long, W. J. Hall, J. J. Adams, J.
F. Rudisill, Frank Blair, G. G. Shan
nonhouse, J. E.Adams, W. B. Kidd, Dr.
Pugh, Henry Badham, Walter Cobb, A.
C. Hutchison, Ben Withers, Will
Haughton, T. S. Rankin, Geo. Jordan,
M. J. Myers, A. B. Munn, John Wisen
berry, H. J. Fite, W. G. Boshamer, Le
Roy Springs, Walt Watts, Walt Taylor,
O. W. Badger, W. G. Johnston, R. J.
Williamson, W. H. Howze.
Hotel Arrivals Yesterday.
Central Hotel. J J Bailey, W L
Baker, W R Noble, J A McCool, At
lanta ; C G Miller, Baltimore ; R F Gra
ham, High Point; John F Early, Nash
ville ; J C Fort, Lexington ; S V Thomp
son, Phila; J S Ramsay, Statesville; H
P Helper, D College ; O J Carroll, R W
Rice, Bait; A C Lineberger, Lowell, N
C ; G W Batchelda, Bloomington, 111 ; T
J Mitchell, Mt Gilead, Ohio; Thos W
Berry, S C ; Joseph Gregg, Chicago ;
Thos Love, Chas Fite, Gaston ; Mrs W
M Warlick. Lincolnton ; J C A Bfanan,
Ga ; H C Culline, S C.
Charlotte Hotel J. E. Scott,
Mebanesville, N C; Pros3man, Germa
ny ; D C Fewell, Prospect Hill, N C ; W
Patrick, N C; E Everett, Wilmington;
W H Nesbit, Jacksonville, S C ; A C
McFlow, Jacksonville, S C ; R H Jew
ell, E H Waco, Baltimore, Md. ; E H
Russsell, S C ; D W Russell, Charleston,
R C Gilsey. W W Gilsey, Atlanta, Ga;
E C and J H Snowden, Union, S C; F
MMcGowan; G W Moring, Monroe;
E J Weaver, R C James, Cincinnati,
Ohio; JC Wis well, Paw Creek; EH
Lee, Phila; T G Allen, Merengo coun
ty, Alabama; G W Wellford, Rich
mond, Va; T R Raymond, Va.
Lost and Recovered.
Two years ago the house of Mrs.
Redding, in this city, was entered and
robbed of a lot of clothing and other
things, among them a large gold-cased
breast-pin, which was highly prized by
Mrs. Redding as a family souvenir. The
clothing was recovered, but nothing
could be learned of the pin. In the
meantime, the man who committed the
robbery had been tried, convicted and
sent to the penitentiary and was short
ly thereafter killed while attempting to
escape from the guards. Mrs. Redding
had given up all hope of ever seeing
her pin again, but yesterday evening it
was returned to her by her son, who had
come up with it quite unexpectedly.
He saw what he supposed was the lost
pin, on the breast of a negro woman,
who was walking the streets, and was
so sure of it that he got Officer Erwin
to stop her. The woman was of course
indignant when questioned about the
pin and said she had bought it long ago.
On taking it off, Mrs. Redding's name
was found on the back of it. The pin
was taken home to Mrs. Redding, when
she at once identified it as her long lost
property. The woman was allowed to
go on her way and will no doubt ap
pear in society hereafter with a less
pretentious collar fastener.
A Swindler Takes in Some Charlotte
A first-class fraud who passed off in
Charlotte as H. J. Paulding, has done
up the city and cut out. He came here
Sunday evening and on the day follow
ing he began to make a canvass of the
business house3, soliciting advertise
ments for the new register of the Bu
ford House, which Colonel Scoville is
to open here in the fall. Paulding rep
resented, himself to be a special agent
sent to this city by Colonel Scoville for
the express purpose of getting up busi
ness cards for the register to be used by
the house when it opens. He put his
casein such a plausible light that aJ
number of the merchants gave him
their card3 without the least hesitation.
More than this ; they paid him the cash.
After thinking over the matter, some
of the men who had given Paulding
their cash, became a little Uneasy about
their investment and enquired of Col.
Scoville to know if it was all right.
Tuesday evening a telegram was re
ceived from that gentleman stating
that he did not know Paulding and that
he was a fraud, as no arrangement had
been made with anyone to get up a reg
ister for his house.
When this news reached the city, the
register man had been gone twenty-four
hours and was no doubt having a high
time somewhere on his ill-gotten
money. He collected about $S0in all
from various firms in the city, and all
they've got, or ever will have to show
for it, is the rascal's receipts, which
they hold. It was a sharp swindling
dodge, but for all this, the success with
which it was jplayed in a wide-awake
town like Charlotte, is a matter of great
surprise. This will be an unhealthy
community for hotel register drum
mers in the future. ,
. smtle Again on Me,
sighed Tom to his beloved. He knew not what
gave her such a cnann .ln his-eyes. Her teeth,
preserved by SOZODONT which she had used
tram girlhood, did his business. She held her
lover by Ttrtne of S0Z0DOMT. . ,
Horfrd'N Add Photpbateln Liver
and Kidney Trouble.
Dr O G CILL1T, Boston says: 'I have used it
very extensively, and with the most remarkable
auccess In dyspepsia and In all cases where then
lstierang?ment of the liver andkldaeys."
Bxdiobd xixm ahd Iboh Spsxaes Watxb ahs
Mass. The great tonic and attentive; contain
lwlee as much Iron and fifty per eenC mora alum
inum than any "alum and Iron mass" known.
Just the thing for the "spring weakness" now so
generaL Sold by all druggists of any standing.
Prices reduced one half.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
MAY 31. 1882
WnjrniaToif SDlrlts Tnrrentln firm ntdftn.
Rosin dull, S1.65 for strained; 81.70 for good
Btrainea. im sieaay, &i oi.OU. uom dull
prime wniie vv, mixed vz.
Balttmobi noon Floor dull and unchanged
Howard street and Western super S3 25S4.50
extra S4.75S5.75; family Sd.uOS7.76; City
8,8uperS.60$4.75; extra 85.00S7.80; Rio
urauunji aoa)9ti; r aiapsoo ramuy $8. wneat
Southern steady; Western lower; Southern red
S1.80S1.89; amber S1.40$l.44; No. t Mary
land ; No. 2 Western winter red spot, $1,371
$1.37fo Corn Southern steady; Western eas
ier; uoutnern white WO; southern yellow 8485.
Balttmoeh night Oats, steady and quiet;
Southern oX63; Western white 6162; mixed
60tfl; Pennsylvania 60363. Provisions
firmer; mess pork, old $20. 00; new 821. 00. Bulk
meaw snouiuers and clear rib sides, packed
9ll 2. Bacon -shoulders 10; clear rib sides
ioto; uams icitzio. Lara renned rzm.
Coflue firm: Rio c&reoea rr.linrr to fair un,ffi.
QVs Sumr- qalet; A soft Whiskey quiet.
oi.4uu'9i.zi. xreignui uuu ana nominal.
New York Southern flour, steady and active;
common to fair extra S5.50S6.75; good to
choice extra 86.8088.121A. Wheat-l2Vfec
lower and unsettled and very much depressed,
but closing firm, at i4fec above the outside rates;
No. 2 tprlngSl-38; ungraded red $1.10S1.44;
No. 2 red, May Sl-44fl.45tt; June Sl.44
SL.453A. Corn l3c lower, unsettled and weak
ana closing orm witn tne decline partly recovered;
ungraded 7682: No. 2. Mav RftfhRllM- .Tnn
77Vi78ft. pats-ttlc lower and less active;
No. 8, 57; do white 58& Hops firm and de
mand moderate; Yearlings 1634. Coffee un
changed and quiet; Rio cargoes quoted at 84-
i ; avuivia am wim- ougar sieaay and r air
ly active; fair to good refining quoted at 77t;
Refined weak; Standard A 9 Molasses -quiet
and uncharged. Rice steady and quiet. Bosin
ami ana weaa, at sz z&tow no. Turpentine dull
and lower, at 43 asked. Wool firm and quiet;
Domestic fleece 8246; Texas 1532. Pork
slightly In buyers tavor and trade limited; old
mess spot quoted at 819 25; new $2O.20
S20.20& Middles firm and quiet; long clear
11. Lard- 57ttc lower and active, and closing
rather steadier; prime steam spot$11.60S11.65;
viiuiim J u; on graaeii4Jiw; June 811.60
SU.62H; July Sll 60Sll.62Mi. Freights to
Liverpool market dulL Cotton, per steam 3-32d-
w 1 1-040. wneat, per steam nominal.
Governments mostly unchanged...
Four and a half" per cents, '.
Four per cents
State bonds Tennessee 7's 11a
hltther. rest unchanged
8ub-treasury balances Gold,
Stocks Strong and J43 higher:
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5
AMama- Class A. small
Alabama Class B, 5's
Alabama Class C. 4's
Chicago and Northwestern
Chicago and Northwestern preferred,
liimo s central.
Louisville and Nashville
Memphis and Charleston
Nashville and Chattanooga
New York Central.
Richmond and Allegheny
P'chmond and Danville
South Carolina Brown Consols,
w&Dasa, bu Louis x racmc.
Wabash, St Louis 4 Pacific preferr'd
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Ofticb op The Obshbveb, 1
Chaklcttk, June 1, 1882. 1
The market yesterday closed dull at the fol
Good Mlddline. iiu
Strictly middling, niib
Strict low middling. Vk
Low middling. n
storm cotton IwVVa
Sales yesterday 80 bales.
T ( C rpYesterday evening between 1st
-Li V O J. and 4th street a portion of a
gold chain, about four Inches, with a tocket, in
the shape of a basket, attached. A liberal re
ward v. ill be paid for its return to the Obsbbvkr
office, or to the Central Hotel.
T O CT,Me,dlum size Gold Locket, for
J-'vO J. which a liberal reward will he
paid on return to This Office. Probably lost on
the road between Rev. Dr. Parks' and the city,
jnonaay oignu mayai
Have Just received a large supply of
In all slz9 packages.
CORN, . FLOUR,
S T O OK FEED,
And in fact everything kept In a
First-Class Grocery Store.
ICE CREAM to day for the ladies at 69 Climax
store. Sweet and Butter Milk for the ladles at
5c a glass. Sweet Mi k, large glass for 5c. Noth
ing more healthy than ice cold milk. Fine lot of
fresh Butter on ice. may 30
LUNDBORGS Superior Handkerchief Extracts,
Marechal Niel Rose and Edenia. Also,
Rhenish Cologne in 25c and 50c bottles. We
have a full supply of these superior goods now in
stock. WILSON & BUR WELL.
QENOINE B AY BUM,
Balh p. ng s, Florida Water, at
WILSON & BUR WELL'S,
moy26 Drug Store.
JjMNEST GiEEN and BLACK TEA,
He-no Tea, Chocolate, Cocoa, at
WILSON BUR WELL'S,
may28 Drug Store.
ALL S M&G1C HAIR DYE,
25c ter box. t
WILSON & BURWELL'S
may26 Drug store.
LL KIND 3 OF
Patent Medicines can be had at wholesale and
retail, at WILsON & BUS WELL'S
may26 Drug Store.
wm consult their interest by examlng our stock
and prices before purchasing.
WILSON BUR WELL,
To the Stockholders
OF THE NORTH STATE COPPER
AND GOLD MINING COMP'Y.
A General meeting of the stockholders of the
above company has been called by the Presi
dent and Board of Directors, and will be held on
Saturday, the 10th day of June, 1882. at Jarrell's
Hotel, High Point, Guilford county, (North Caro
lina, at 8 o'clock p. m , for the purpose of ratify
ing and confirming ul the previous acts and pro
ceedings of said company, its stockholders, officers
and directors transacted by virtue of Its charter,
constitution and by-laws, in the dry of Baltimore,
In the State of Maryland, and for the transaction
of such other business as may be brought before
It By order of the Board of Directors.
While Other "Folks" are Now Sowing
WE ARE ALREADY
While a Good Many Merchants are now Arranging tie
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TO PERHAPS BMOVRR their SLVCGISBNESS,
WE HAVE ALMOST COMPLETELY DISPOSED of OCR
And hence we announce
Left Yesterday Evemng for Eastern and
AND BRING 80 FAB AHEAD IN
THE COMING FALL. In the meantime the remainder of our SDMMBB STOCK Is offered to the pub
lic, v.ho we know by past experience, is not slow to appreciate that we are
HEADQUARTERS FOR THE CAROLINAS.
We Will Offer a LARGE Assortment of
This Immense Reletionf
TO SECURE A GOOD
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THI BACK. WE MEAN TO MAKE IT,
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Can't Last Long.