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CHARLOTTE, N. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1882.
1 0 THE--
are cordially Invite
CALL AND SEE
Retail Dry Goods Establishment
In the State of North Carolina.
ALEXAUDEE & HABBIS.
HAV A PES TIT LINK OF
GENTS' acd LADIES' SUPPERS.
PEGRAM & CO.,'
Have the Best Block of ,
Gents' Hand-Sewed Shoes
' ' '' U VWWl "
WILL display during the 20th of May Celebra
tion the most elegant stock of FANCY DBf
GOO Da fn the at ate. Call and see them.
v.v, J ALKX NDKB & HARRIS.
PEG It AM & CO.;
B Vlt ALL KINDS OF
(Mdim1 Shoes' and
CALL special attention to our stock of N KCK
WliR, ..ii-L&ce Collars. lcbu, Kmorulder
ed Collars, and ewry variety if Linen and Percale
n Polka Dot and, sttlpes'J.Ley are beautiful.
Call and ate tm.i - -(.t i : -t
; j4: ALEXANDER cHABBI-'.
PEGllAXI CO:, :2
KKKP A WiLL SELXCTKD 'STOCK OF -
tanks and Valices
OF Hit PRICES AND SIZES.
Alexander & Harris
HAVI a magnificent stock of WHITE HOODS
viz: Linen l.awns. India Lxwns, Masallas,
Nainsooks, India Mulls., soft finished Jaconets,
Polka Dot Swiss, Hu Jl In .White und? jcern ef-lects.-wlth
Lace and Kmbioltierfttrtrlm.
PEGRAM & CO.,
EAYX JUST RBCKIVEDA TIKE STOCK OF
itk ,FeIt:andtwHats ,
ef the Latest Styles.
Of the Latest Stjles.
. .1 MmiilT Jj " Jm
HAVI a tremendous stock of Ladles', Misses
and Children's Hotiery, which we wish to re-
Hice. 8pedt prlo wtU-be made ia inese goods..
lis 'a B j $ALAaBl JtUABKl.
With any kinds Bt)OT8 sAd890KTUt WISH.'
rpo the celebration will be astonished wbn they
X bear our prices on Domestic Goods, We
make t spectoltJ of thesetoooa., a , ,
STOCK of DBK8S GOODS, viz: Nun's Veiling
In ailcolora with Irlnvnjngs .inteb,riUbe
KEKP ALL KINDS OF
' n I it f "if i ri a ' t v . 3 '
Shotf 'Drtssiiftvfwli; mm
. f f A fT f A TT- M r? Af
" . IT
marts rli J r-? - ati
i. J1 -it
can uuito l(fa theIJ nf
Silk Grjaedlnes. Brocaded 81Uis, ete., etc.in the
.'ViVl'TVl-llll " --"il
ti i on
WYHTIM IHSUAV-- PBUUfll. 3 J V"-ri-- I a Pt .-Sav -w V .uc . . V', th. -
i ' ? j ; m Huvr; in. ttoiti i hl ii . ' -
i 1 y
grg t&0aflg, ltrttting; &c
"J RAVING Just returned from the Eastern Mar
kets the second Urns this season, we are now able
to show the Trade all the NSW THINGS in the
war of Novelties of the season.
We have replenished . our BLACK SILK 8TOCK
with Moires, Brocades, Satins and Surahs in all
shades, Summer 8ilks and Foulards. Also a
handsome stock of Satteens in fancy colore.
Nuns Tellhag in all colors from 35c to SI per yard.
A-new rot ft Laces In an 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 Ulstera for Ladles
in Linen and Mohair. A new stock of
' " , . -': , .
The.eheapest and most handsome styles. Some
new Neck Wear In new styles.- A new lot of Bunt
lug In all colon from 12tfc to 81 per yard.
Come and see and be convinced that , we have
the goods and-prtoes to salt you, '-. ;
T. I SEIOIiC Sc CO.
A KSVC - Falling Cure for Burns,
Scalds, Druiaea, Cuts, Sores, etc.
After forty years of trial, Perry
Davia' Pain Holler stands unrivaled .
It ia safer It acts immediately ! It
Editor of the St. John (N. B.) News, sayB :
In flesh wounds, acnes, pains, sores, etc,
It Is the most effectual remedy we know of.
r No family should be without a bottle of It
for a single hour., j '.
From the Cinclnna.tr; Dispatch :
We have teen its magic eflects, and know
It to be a good article.
Frbrn L S. Potter, TJ. 8; Conanl at Crefeld,
After Jong years of use, I am satisfied it
" ra positively efficient as a healing remedy
for wounds, bruises, and sprains.
W.W. Sharper, Valdosta. Oa., says :
. ..-It is a panacea for aUnrulses and barns.
FronvB. W. Adams, Saco, He.: ';
It g&ve me immediate relief.
&. Lewis mays :
In forty years' use it nerer has failed me.
W.'Vr. Lam, Nlcholvllle, N. Y., says :
relieve pain and soreness, and healt wounds
like magic rJ m i i
J. W. Dee says: bSrfcf?' ij
5 Fot scalda and terras lt has no equaL i
) JEKKT DATISPa3i jFTlt.T.TR Is net
a Bfw untried remedyi fTor forty years
It )as been IncoAstanttese; and thosa who
have used It tit loneest are, il be friends
K Sti adfeeksJs tMirelv because of its rrierit.
I J Siae tle Tntn KlOer was rlrft ihtrodaced ,
mmarcat oi new nuxuciun nan cume onu
gom, while to-day this medicine is tnoro
eztenslTely used and. more highly valued
tAa ererfcrore. Bvery family should have
botmtyeaByforiue. Much pain and heavy
doctors' hills may often be taved by prompt
application of the Pain Killer. Unlike most
vtemcines.it Imperfectly safe even in the hands
of chlra. Try it once thoroughly, and it
will prove its value. Tour druggist puts lt
at 25c, SOe. and Sl.OO per bottle.
' PEKstV DAVIS A SON, Proprietor
, i ProvMenoeL R. I.
Native , Mineral jyatei-l
as and Dysentery. Skin Diseases,
Bcrofnla, Chronic Pneumonia, eta
It Is a nowerfnl Alterative Tonic and Is ANTI
uti.kitMJ. in itrerrects.-Bead certlncates from
eminent physlclana In-out pamphlets. , ,
HO?ARTlrocl ti A8ES OR SALTS.
l..kiJnio tArni i atate. direct from the
r.-whrai "re oeautimiiy iocatea ln-itoca,-
eountyi Ynd are epen for the reception
-e4 vtettore-Jrom-June' 1st to October ist, eacn
'yesrr capaclt,; i pop gum..
j or sate, wnoiesaie ana rom.ii. uj ui j. n.
1DN and Dr. T. C.AUX, Charlotte, N. a
- marl21y .IT i
s LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS at 10c.
HOSIERY rROM Be up,
k FANS FROM 210 up.
C. AC, AC-
l lillUUll KJkVLVUt
fAX XCtsJ .1.1. .
TRADERS' NAT. BATIK.
BunnfcaridTM Sewln mehibrnnne
.r, Wartdn:Jri!Jlt.hefore buying WPOfywl
" etfMWm8Kd Pilcej itat, Jp
KK l!t WMfcflVl.t--,- U 1 -lT trf fill.
MiZ .Attn It-,. -iui ni ,&
jeT biv th
r terry X f
r . . j a s
3 ? k I f I i
13 I t A' I? W
-1 ..'5 n s n jli Axii
So Attempt Made to Improperly Influ
ence Leg.blationWhat the Fnnd oi
" the Association is for and.. How.it , is
Washington, May 31. A committee
of the Senate to investigate allegations
that money has. beeq paid or expended
by parties in the interest and to influ
ence legislation affecting bonded spir
ili, met this morning. .
The first witness was "H. B.! Miller,
president of the, ..Western Export asso
ciation who explained the purpose
or that organization to be? simply to
protect western distillers : f rom ; the
dlsastrotis consequence ; of orver-pro-,
duction, in connection with the tail
ing off in the export trade of some 16,
000,000 gallons. That during the past
year they had formed a pool and had
raised ty -assessment 8T21.O0O which
was again distributed among those in
business whabad made losses, that ev
ery, dollar was raistd from distillers
and distributed among them, that it
was purely a business arrangement to
sustain prices in the home market and
protect ' the entire association from
ruinous losses by adjusting the losses of i
a few. He produced figures showing the
amount oi each assessment, the amount
eaeh firm had paid and the amount
each firm had received . Mr. Mil
lei stated that there was no
business in the world in which money
could be made so readily as in the dis
tillery business, that the perfect system
of the ; internal revenue department
srved as a check so that It Could be
known to a fraction just how many
gallons each distiller made and what he
did with it. He thought the present
trouble came from over production.
When the bonded period was extended
under the Carlisle bill distillers sent
a?tmt8 all through the country who sold
whiskey in bond with specious argu
ments to dealers.
If you buy. whiskey in bond now you
will not have to pay tax for three years.
Vou can buy it now for two dollars a
.;;illon. Let it lie in bond audio three
ears it will be worth o $8 or $10, and
Mi 9 result" was, men that h-td before
titter . bought inore than a few gallons
iA now from five barrels up
wtttd laj inp in bond ; that i very body
in JTent'ucky went to making whiskey
an continued to make it so long as
Lhsy could sell it in bond. He believed
inore Umn three fourths of the whiskey
row in hond ia owned by outside par
lies other than distilleis, and that if
Congress ghould compel the payment of
this tax without extending the bonded
period 50,000,000 gollons would bo
thrown upon the market and sold for
the payment of tax; that this would
compel the makess.of the high wines of
the country to close their distilleries.
The effect of this, .he believed, would
be disastrous in many ways. It would
at once destroy a market for 1,000,000
bushels of grain per month used by Il
linois distilleries. The present over
production of Ky whiskey, he thought,
would amount to 50,000,000. He
thought Congress would make a great
mistake if it should now refuse to ex
tend the bonded period, and he did not
believe the same trouble would arise
again -because the people , would not
again be fooled into buying whiskey in
bond in excess of legitimate demands
for cotisumgtijoru - !
Miller was aslied '"what are the views
of yoUrasBocistioDr on the question of
reducing the tax on Whiskey to 50c on
the gallon "SiM rrpfied that of course
there .was a difference of opinion. He
was engaged entirely in the export
radje and, Itwcuia make out ntue an
erece tj nrtnbut'to others who were
idrnufilled 6 trust their whiskey all
over thaxmritry. wu course pre
fer to trust to the extent of 50c per gal
lon rather than 90 cents.
Millef stated that not one dollar had
been paid bv his association to influence
iegislatiorjandj that they had never
been approacnecr Dy any lODoy or any
one pretending that he could influence
'- Edwin Bteyens, oi Cincinnati, a com
mission merchant, and treasurer of the
National Distillers' and Spirit Dealers'
Association, was next examined. - The
association was rormea muotouci, ioi.
Its purpose mainly was to watch legis
lation with view to protecting the
intprpata nf"t.h"ft trade. The funds of the
nsf.iatian,arfi derived from the annual
?diies4f mfemberstiwhlch vary(from $10
to $30, and for the past two years tnis
income has aggregated about 88,000,
out of which the annual salaries were
paid as follows: President, $6,000; sec-
retary, $1,800, ana treasurer 3uu. Aie
fdllj dofroporated Miller's statement
mat no money nau ever ueeu cs.peLiy.eu
by their association to influence legisla
tion. ' :
Oa last Sunday DrTalmage preach
ed a sermon'appropriate to Decoration
Day. In the course of his remarks" he
-The boys in blue and those in grey
went ddwrl into the same tent for the
nighty They put their heads on the
same' pillow of dust, t They have stack
ed their arms. They have ended their
march. Thev have fought their last
battleC-'SIeei) ongreathostof Federals
ana uonreaeraies, uu uie luoiuiuk
UghlhsbalUbreak .through the rifts of
thef tents and the; trumpets shall sound
the" fSVellle "Of 'the resurrection.- It
aefems to toe vef-y much like this : Two
Brothers get: Into an awful fight and
tftey are both slain, The mother hears;
Jtout it. She comes down and she sees
them stretched on the crass. She kneels
1WiweEn.them.i5he puts aria one around
.Giorgr knd tbe dther arm around
Thomas. She does not scop 10 inmK
which wa right or which was wrong ;
she kisses them both. And so our
Northern and ' Southern brothers went
forth into the conflict, and they fell.
Now, this week, let the United States
Government, the mother otus all, come
down to the field, and putting one arm
over the grave of the Northern men,
fcnd- tlte other arm over the grave of tbe
-Southern men, pronounce her benedic
tion upon tbera all.
1 Waiting for , Circumstances,
When the Leeislatnre convened last
.winter a member of Uie "Third Hbuse,"
who was anxious to make personal ac
quaintances and discover what sort of
men he had to handle, was introduced
ta-a representative from the .wilder
ness districtvttfld hestfaigfttway began
to throw out feelers; - ..f
"l presume you will take an active
part in the 'present session?" he
queried. . . - . ','
Wall T ilnnnn " was tiift donhtfiil rp-
"Are you pieogea r
"Not to sueak of."
"Have you any particular policy map
first week 1 shall support an motions to
adjourp 1 during the next I shall move
to tmehd.' ahdRafter that I shall be
sruided bv circumstances. Soma of our
f oIWtMnk rn amroratxs:, and some of
RTtvrfavl'rnvfooL'tod'rve cot to take
a sort o' middle course and convince
h-faetieris.- - '. ;
1 i 1 Ji '..
..Almaasslstanf to nature in reetorlnz the stb
tenrto perfect aftaHh6s? inalllDB;1t to resist
(Mease, li Brown'e ltonPKters. - . i
1U luxe ,iaT tm i r, ut 'mi i '
miufi! trdbtes,'if;aaffe4to 'progress, result in
is paimonarj aaccuiouB, viieuumea ; uicutik
frjorowaj's iJroncmai xrocnea- reacn airecuy
l ibe seiroftne disea an4 give almost Instant
The Divinity of Human Nature.
Man was created in the image of
God, and this divine origin is yet
stamped inefficably upon bis soul. The
Queen of England was so delighted
with a sermon which she beard from
the Rev. John Caird, of Glasgow Scot
land, that she ordered its publication.
He subsequently published a volume of
sermons, and from one of these I select
the following beautiful extracts: "Re
duce a human being ever so low, yet
you cannot obliterate in his inner na
ture the consciousness ' of falling be
neath himself ; you cannot blot . out
from his mind the latent reminiscence
of a nobler and better self which he
might have been, and which, to have
lost, is guilt and wretchedness. So that,
should there ever be brought before a
fallen moral nature, in outward form a
reality, a being the noble realization of
its own lost spiritual excellence the
full, perfect, beautiful reproduction fn
actual existence of that splendor of
moral loveliness which was once its
own the latent instinefce of the soul is
roused to recognize and identify therein
its lost original. f
"In the Scriptural ideal of boljjiess,
and in that sublime emjjodjment-of it.
which is presented in the character and'
history of Jesus Christ, the soul which
is brought face to face with it, recog
nizes a something which comes home to
itself, with all the painful ree-lity of a
lost and abandoned good. Repentance
is the recognition, by the fallen self, of
its true self in Christ."
The more sinful a human soul be
comes, the more wretched it becomes.
At the time when the divine image of
the crucified and sinless Christ was first'
presented io the civilized pagan world,
this - wretchedness seemed to have
reached its height.
"On that hard Roman world disgust
And deepest loathing fell.
n 1 weariness and Bated lust '
Made human life a heU."
They had learning they had fame
they had wealth, and yet of all the
moral sweetness and purity which
blesses and refreshes life there was a
dearth so profound that in spiritual
matters "the heavens above them Were
as iron, and the earth beneath them
was as brass."
Then came, like the breath of heaven
into the pestilential atmosphere of a
charnel house, the preachers of the
Cross. What image did they present to
the sin-sick, dying souls of the lost
world? Let Mr. Caird answer.
"The vision of a Peifect Innocence
in human foim of a sublime purity
wiih which no alloy of sternness min
gles, a mental and moral elevation in
which no trace of self-consciousness
can be detected, a piety wrapt as -an an
gel's combined with the unassuming
simplicity of a child a life of holiest
friendship with God maintained amidst
incessant toil and intercourse withimen
a life of persistent self-sacrifice, un
dimmed by one thought of personal
ease, or one act of selfish indulgence a
life in which love, tender as a mother's,
grew more fervent in the midst of in-gratitude-in
one word, a perfectly holy
Degraded as the Romans were, the
divinity in their own natures enabled
them to receive the quickening in
fluences of the divinity in Chaist. As
the viper bitten Israelites rushed to the
brazen serpent, so these sin-bitten pa
gans rushed to tlie root 01 the Cross.
No', until recent researches reve tied the
vast subterranean tomt-filled vaults of
the catacombs under the city of Rome,
did modern scholars realize the won
derfully rapid spread of Christianity
during the first three centuries after
the advent of the God-Man. As se
crecy in burial became unnecessary
after the conversion of the Emperor
Constantino the interments in the cata
combs took place before that period.
Padre Marchi estimates that there are
in these vaults over seven millions of
Then comes the momentous quest on :
"At this rate of increase, why did not
the whole world become Christianized V"
I think it was because the civil power,
while accepting the New Testament
practically rejected the old. The two
were onlv different parts of a divine
whole. You cannot deprive an eagle
of one of it wings and then expect it
to fly. The Romans believed their own
civil laws'superior to any that could be
found in the Bible, and thus a heathen
state and a Christian church have been,
during all these long ages, struggling to
exist in combination;- but the divinity
of human nature rebels against it it
fights for its birth-right, and we see in
the 18th century the disciples of Vol
taire and Rousseau preaching political
freedom, in spite of the Church, a church
bound in the chains of humanly in
vented civil government. Without
knowing it, they weie advocating the
political rights which the Old Testa
ment would have given them in a more
nerfectform. rerhaps tbey would nev
er have rebelled against the church had
the church been true to the teachings
of her divine Redeemer. It was lie
hfmself who Said, "Had ye believed
Motes,-ye would have believed me.
Haa the Roman Church oeuevea Moses,
the' advocates of political freedom
would have found What they sought in
thfe church, and wonld probablynever
havfljbeen driven into infidelity by the
pouucai tyranny anu corruption or so-
called Christian governments.
i. m. x.
wo in iv.
How Shall She Preserve IIr Health
One who has lone investigated this subject elver
the result, and Is happy to say that lt ts found In
woman's "Best Friena." n is aaapiea especially
to that great central, alt-con'rol lng organ, the
womb, correcting Its dlserders. and curing any ir
regularity or tne "menses." or "courses." r. j.
Bradfleid's Female Regulator acts nice a cnarm in
whites, and in sudden or gradual checking, or In
enure stoppage of the "montniy courses," rrom
cold, mental trouble, or like causes, by restoring
the natural discharge m every Instance. In chronic
cases, so often resulting in ulceration, falling of
the womb, Its action U prompt ad decisive, sav
ing, the constitution from numberless evils and
premature decay. Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfl!d,
Atlanta, Ga. -Price: trial slxe, 75c large size,
S 160. For sale by all druggists.
- While other Baking Powders are largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been tept unchanged in all its original
" puNty and strength The hest evidence of
Jaits safety and effectiveness is the fact of
' 'Hi having received ' the highest testimoni-
:; afs from the tnost eminent chemists in tho
Unifed Stater, who hart analyzed it, from
. .HsjMtn&ucijQii to theh present time. Mo
pother powders pbdirjto'food results by the
' ' trV9 test the TEST'OF THE OVEN.
litlS A PUBE FRQIT RC10 BUIRG POVJDER
STEELE &' PRlCB.
Chicago, IILa and; Sty Louie, Mo.,
Feraandlna, Nassau co.; Fla, March 29, 1860.
"I have used" Ut Simmon - Liver Regulator and
always found It to do what U ilatmnl tnr If Th
last bottle and two packages did me ho good and
were worse tnan nothing. 1 see It la not put up by
a. utuuu a. iu, anu not genuine, and a waste 01
mney 10 ouy u. 1 would be glad to get the pure
and genuine. Send me some from hontt huruia
(with red Z and Zsldn a Go's signature on Wrap-
. lut) ucutiuus stun 80..U win injure some one
badly. Your ob't ser't, BKMJTRICa."
From the Toledo Blade-1
OF IXTBiCT OF CELERY AND
CHAMOMILE UPON THE
NERVOUS SYSTEM and DIGESTIVE
As I a variably Produced by Dr. C. IV.
Benaon'a Celery and Chamo
They have been tested time and again, and al
ways with satisfactory results. This preparation
just meets the necessities of the case. Let me
state Just what my Fills are made to cure, and
what they have cured and wiU cure: Neuralgia,
Nervousness, 6lek Headache, Nervous Headache,'
Dyspeptic Headache, Sleeplessness, Paralysis and.
Dyspepsia. These diseases are all nervous dls-'
eases. Nervousness embraces nervous weakness,
Irritation, despondency, melancholy, and a rest
less, dissatisfied, miserable state of mind and'
These are some of the symptoms of nervous
ness; now, to be fully restored to health and hap
piness Is a priceless boon, and yet, for 50 cents.
you can satisfy yourself that there Is a cure for
you, and for 85, at the very furthest that cure can
be fully secured. These Pills are all they are rep
resented to be, and are guaranteed to elve satts-
facUon If used as directed and will cure any case, h
Sold by all druggists. Price, 50 cents a box. '1
Depot 106 North Eutaw street, Baltimore, Md.
By mall, two boxes for Jl, or s'x boxes for 82.50,
to any address.
s q q
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
la Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUCH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DI8EASES OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA. ULCERS, PIMPLES and
TENDER rrCHINCSonaUpwtaof the
body. It maVnw the akin white, aoA sod smooth;
removes ten and freckles, and ia the BEST toilet
dressing in THB WOELD. Elegantly put up, two
bottles in one package, consisting of both internal
and external treatment.
All first class druggists have it. Pricetl. per package.
C N. ( rlttenton. Sole Wholesale Agent for Dr.
C. W. Penson's Bemedies. 115 Fulton street. New
York. - iuni
LYD1A E. PIN KHAKI'S
Is a Positive Cnre
For all tkoM PalnfWl Cemplatats aa Vfesknessea
so eonswa to oarest feaale population. .
A H ediciae for If oman. Invented by a Woman
Prepared by a Woman.
Ths Greatest Medical DiteoTery SI see tke T)wa of History.
tyit ruvlfos the drooping spirits, lnrigorates and
harmonizes the organic functions, gires elasticity and
firmness to the step, restores the natural lustre to the
eye, and plants on the pale cheek of woman the fresh
roses of life's spring and early summer time.
"Physicians Use. It and Prescribe It Freely "5
It removes falntness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulant, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, Is always permanently cored by its use.
For the care of Kidney Cosaplslnts of either sex
this Oosapousl is ansmrpused.
LTD I A E. PrXKHASTS 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, Mass. Price of
either, SI. Six bottles for $5. Sent by mail in the form
of pills, or of lozenges, on receipt of price, $1 per box
for either. Mrs. Finkham freely answers all letters of
inquiry. Enclose Set. stamp. Send for pamphlet
No family should be without LTDlA E. PXNKHA1T8
lYKR PILLS. Thev cure constipation, biliousness.
and torpidity of the itver. SS cents per box.
43-Soldby all Dru.isista.-eil
Ij'EUIT Preservative, one 2oc packsge will pre'
Jj serve 20 pounds of fruit. For sale by
B. H. JORDAN & CO.,
may26 Tryon street.
TOOTH SOAP, Jewsbety and Brown's Oriental
Tooth Paste and Sozodont; f r sale by
B. H. JOKDAN ft CO.,
my28 . Druggists.
COLOGNE Is the best; for sale only by V
B. H. JOKDAft & CO.
ma 24 " . "
OF MUhl8squoi, Imported Vleher; Apolltnarls,
Hath jrn and Corgrees Water just received by
U. H. JuBLtAN ft CO.,
may 2 ' . . Druggl ts
TON! . E Ix1-. T on Blttii,Hop BUters.;Bostet
ter's fct trr. F I low- Compoooa yrup of the
Hor. ford's Acid Phosphate, a
run supply at
ts. H. JoKDAN ft CO..
CONSTANTLY on hand the finest Green and
Black Teas for the let all trade.
B. H. JOBD4N 4 CO,
maj2rl Tryon street
A ND Bath Towels, for sale by
iv a h. Jordan ft co..
rnHR Best Re and iCcClaam ;
1 B. H JOBD4N ft CO.,
Druggists, Tryon sfreet
F. 0. MUNZLER
i ' i
Tbe Berpsr & Enfil Briery Companys
.r0 CVflsalAlwKlsa Da
If lebratcd lagfr isccr,
to Kegs-and Bottles.
BOTTIuBD BEER A SPECIALTY!
tVEave Just received a small lot of BOTTLXD
ALX and PURTIB, which I offer to the public at
a reasonable price. Address :
V - Jk. r A"- l VaT n
juoca dux aoo, vnaawwo, w4
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To Our Fit iiilni liis.'-
JflJSf EECETODD f
A Large shipment of that Very Popular 4-4 Bleached Domestic at 10 Cents,
Th8 Best ever sold In this Market for that Honey.
We are offering Special BarBAlna in Dress Goods, Summer Silks, Ladles', and
Children's Hosiery; if you want a halt dozen Hose at a sacrifice come and see onr stock r Lace Curtains
In all new designs and verj cheap; Dress Trimmings in all shades and varieties) we have aorerj hand
some piece of Bugle Fringe at $1.25. a large stock of .Fassamentrles arid Ornaments; the largest and
CHEAPEST STOCK OF'LAcisV
Of all descriptions, to be found in the city ; Ladles' Ulsters at SI. aiasiJ, fra.fa an fk and S6
each; Pearl Shirts, Universal Patterns; Turner's handsome 8boes for Gents, Kviu'a Ladles' Shoes; the
Best Corset for 81; Trunks, Valises, Hats, -Boots, Shoes, Ac, , Plain and' Lace Buntings, at
13c, T5e, S3c, , 65c sued ,
W .Unfit ;1 0JK-ftSr7HL& -rliHrT1 " M
-AT THE !
lEp Every Gross Road,
I Wuli I H " butj I H
gl' : CAROLINA,
FOR TBE; NEXT SIXTY DAYS.
rmr 1 tmdj I ' ' " ""' " '
. " -i'S1 HE HAS zS .
Trnm a ttctttn
FORTY MULES t LOADED WITH MUSIC
ENOUGH TO COVER THE 40 ACRES.
' i ' : -
! - v . ' . ' '"'.
f he Pianos and Organs
MUST BE SOLD,
AND IF HE IS NOT AT
HE WILL BEj AT HEADQUARTERS,
CHARLOTTE, N. C,
i - - . .
He is Bound to Sell. Ask His
isCi5e jSsChb w
: of the nwMi wWonJiij' JforSke
Oare' of 'thie'dlaeaao and lta ttendafatsy
i BICS-HADACHmiOUSTES tTSf
PEPSIA, CONSTIPATIOa. YILJbgfeteytaat
,ye' galned'a vroricbwlde
aia'coTeetT tHar acta eo ge4tiyottJUie
ve organo, j -wing thenjvigpr 4q ae
rimilata fooAj --A a
Kerroua Byetenirisv Braci
are Peveloiped, aad. the
Kv pUatatloa toW
ovorsd yoarax eo
my latoorers) aooav
w tsUriy. paial fm wl
. . A.
nrHlSrfrot County Commlslltfheri M Karl-
I ' tvTrrirmirrtv. B, CL. are now reikdri M leoalve
bMi forvhaiidlna a new court house in Bennetts
vllle. . C.. s aathorlied. J) Act I of treneral As
Hmhlt. T. titans! -anaV antieiricallohHh furnished on
L anpacattoaf lso plana and srettfulonAsoncit
Lgd. Correspondence from -pe
rcontract sblletted.' Address .
r orrteg ihel
Body Bobnatv :.
f .j. j L tifif ft
diaeoaeaand bhfllsM , I vm
t-wb-i- i m of
Osav tesTfl?r wtereipM r
I 1 tf v
nmrnmsr.VmitntHintltoi oKWT I
BT.irt M a Sin irl-anpuomuoa wi- s "j iimnn
Lmparte a gatorsXcoloc, and acte tos . .iWiiwntNvW W avea& agency la Vhanotte o:
o efola by Drnggistt, or sent by exbitSTy nrvllle; who wlli receive orderf t or
-cfOaeablta&i:ih'.:Li I . 1 reduced mien: "z" 'tJklu
lr-JV") at, .v-a' n ii
THE ABOYE PLACE
Priee and lw Will be Happy.
'AWING to recent advances nn ICK by the deal
J tn North and the high prices oi fuel here we
are compelled to advance the prices of IOK for
(his season dating Irem nd. after May 1st, the
lollowlnc. rwilt he the. rates delivered from the
wagon to consumers in any part of the city:
. 2t pourids tiaiiy beitery 85c per week
Yg" :m: . '.k tm--f -:60e
415 . :.r . 1.60
.20 . 't . " r 2.10
To Bestaurants. CreamfDalers. Soda Foun
tains, ft&, me per pound. i Special? contracts for
1 we are now mamrfaetuffrig a aaperior quality of
lew ftom msfUIfd, water takeu Xrom primes ther
rby rendering tbli I 'E the ' most' t esirab e for
'doinee v'e CuatLmersLwne de not desire regu
lar HttanMMeed!lr can procure of tbe driver or at
the vfhee 'astt ttckei 'Allpereoae are req-iestrd
to report: any lrregukarUles la tbe reception of th lr
' We also have a larrelock select Laths. Lum
berrhinjdea, fta, and. Coal for jamlly. foundry
and smttn'S hse. " ' "
i Thtakfal for a very generous, support in the
past we solicit a continuance of tbe same In the
ruture, prom'slng our best iftofas topleaieall.
may im? J Q ftti H, , fiarlotte, N. C.
UQB ! LILIfi! .LinE!
TTJ YTNQ now two more Kilos in addition to our
XJUJPKRPk'lJAL KILN we are now prepared to
HiaMtotl(.and si 'prices that defy competl-
tton. f we gnaraatee quality, ana mace no cnarge
Lirnv proves saasiactory."
r a. c. sum
small lets at
Keferenceas te onaUt of Urae given on appli
cation. BIMON BBOTHXBS,
' OAXaVtrJSA VQVIiTY, N. c.
rpHX best UedUnaJ Mlaeia; Waters and most
eitenslTely teW Pe taJ the Stale, near
Hickory arid Wstarn Ktet tCaeUn BaUroad, la
ten lor ieieet iajta,, . r -
toxruithCT puticulan address .
V ""'"1 .! 1 ..ill K -
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