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BAiLY rtf ArttLofrlfe OBSkaVEK i frlflAY, JtrkE 2, 188$,
he (flhariottt (Dbstrper.
L index to New Advertisements.
TtBRd McSmlth's adv. this morning. -
Stlon. Hornets No. 1.
dollar Button Found
- i i fit M 'i i ;t
This powder never varies. A marvel of puitty
strength and wholescmeness. More econo mica
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, a um or phosphate powders. Sold only In
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
ov28 New Tort.
Sole Aflrrnt, Charlotte, N. C.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whislcey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
Brown's Iron Bitters
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G. W. Rice, editor of
the American Christian Re
view, says of Brown's Iron
Cm., O., Nov. i6,i88i.
Gents : The foolish wast
ing of vital force in business,
pleasure, and vicious indul
gence of our people, makes
your preparation a necessity ;
and if applied,"will save"hun
dreds who resort to saloons
for temporary recuperation.
Brown's Iron Bitters
has been thorpughlyjtested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debil
ity, ovemork,. rheumatism,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and
EST Rice, the Baltimore shtrt man, is
her,e with liis tape string and memoran
tSThe bullion assays at the mint in
this city, during the month of May,
amounted to $7,739.08.
tSThe f armers say that the cool
nights are withering up the cotton
plants by the wholesale and of course
entailing much damage.
ISP' Yesterday was the first time in
many days that the mayor made a
water haul. There was not a case for
ISfThe railroad men report that al
ready large numbers of people are go
ing to' Asheville, and the town must be
ZW The Central Hotel was yesterday
connected with the water works main
and fixtures are to be put all through
the building at once.
ClTOne of the farmers near this city
says that his oat crop will yield him
5,000 bushels, at the very least, from 100
acres. Such a year for small grain has
never been known in this country.
In the list of names composing
the E. D. Latta hose company, sent to
Tin fVRSTVRvrcR last niarht. that of Mi
S. S. Pegram was omitted. Mr. Pegram
is the captain of the new company.
B"The Italian harpers went up to
Salisbury yesterday evening to play for
a hop, given by the young people of
that place at the 'Boy den House last
The Calvary Sunday School pic
nic, next Thursday, will be held at
"Taylor's" grove, about two miles and
a half down the C. C. & A. road, instead
of at "Baker's" grove, as stated yester
day. tMaj Rube E.Wilson was out yes
terday evening for the first time since
his unfortunate fall down the Central
Hotel steps on the 20th. He took a
carriage drive around the city and ap
peared to enjoy it a great deal.
tW A large party of young ladies,
coming home on a vacation from the
college at Staunton, Va., stopped over
in the city yesterday. Most of them
live in Wilmington and Rockingham,
and departed on the Carolina Central
train last evening for their homes.
Jl-The Sabbath school of the Firbt
Presbyterian church will take its an
nual picnic to-day down the Carolina
Central road. The train will start from
the crossing near Asbury's shop, where
it is desired that all who intend to go
should be with their baskets, etc., at 9
There are a number of old Nor
folk citizens now resident in Charlotte,
and they had prepared to give a big
banauet in honor of the man they
thought was going to bft elected mayor
of Norfolk. Old "Timey Rock's" man
got Lamb-ed under, however, and the
banquet has been postponed.
"Constable Orr was busy yesterday
attending to the numerous callers who
eame up td look over the assortment of
dresses which he captured from the
woman Lucy Davis, and see if they
could identify Some of their lost ap
parel among the lot. About fifteen
dresses were reclaimed, but Mr. Orr
still has a number on hand.
As one of the trains was coming
into the city yesterday, a colored mail
agent who wanted to get off at a cer
tain place, found the train to lie going
too. fast and pulled the bell cord. The
train was stopped and when the con
ductor found ut what was the matter
he came near walloping the audacious
mail agent, much to the amusement of
Election of Officers.
At the meeting of the Literary and
Debating Club last night the regular
quarterly election of officers
with this result:
President, R. F. Stokes.
Speaker, J. B. Bethune.
Secretary, Jerome Dowd.
Treasurer.S. O. Smith.
Marshal , R. L. Cochrane.
CHAfliPA GNU SPilLED.
Driving the tast Rivet in the Water
Works Stand-PipeCeremonies ' on
Yesterday afternoon a little im
promptu ceremony was held on, top-of
the water works stand-pipe, the occa
sion being the celebration of the com
pletion of that important Charlotte en
terprise. The reporter waited his turn
to crawl into the small round hole at
the bottom of the structure, and when
once inside began the laborious ascent,
pulling from one piece of timber hand
over hand to the next, straight up as a
flag-pole. It required several rests on
the way, bat finally the top was reached
and we found Capt. Dan Sider, the
builder, surrounded by a large number
of enthusiastic citizens who had climb
ed up to witness the completion of the
wvork on the stand-pipe. The work
men had left several " rivet holes un
filled and the honor of closing up these
was reserved for -the citizens. Sheiiff
Alexander and Capt: Cbas.f Harrison,
the two most patriotic Citizens of the
place, had to forego the pleasure of par
ticipating in the exercises on the top,
being unable to crawl into the hole be
low and refusing to -risk being hoisted
to the top by ropes. Their forced ab
sence was a matter of much regret, but
thev stood on the ground below, how
ever, and took in the ceremony at long
Everything being ready, Capt. Sider
thft force and heating a rivet
held it in its place while Mr. W. F
nriffith drove it home. Mr. J. W. Cobb
rirnvp thft next. The third was driven
by the Rev. J. B. Cheshire and Mr. T. R,
Robertson. The fourth rivet was driv
en hv Mfssra. "E. F. Greenlee and T. M.
Pittman, while Mr. L. F. Osborne and
The Observer sent the fifth one home
svfr.pr p.nnsi dp.rable hammering. The
sixth and last rivet was driven by Maj
W. W. Flemming and Capt. F. A. Mc
Ninch. chief of police, and at the last
stroke of the hammer a bottle of cham
pagne was broken amidst the cheers of
the spectators below and the partici
pants on the top. After this ceremony,
a few more bottles were broken open
a rnnd dp,nl more carefully and all
Travel on the Carolina Central.
The public who desire to use the line
of the Carolina Central Kailroad be
tween Charlotte and Wilmington, and
vice versa, are inaeotea lo vjapc. v . vj.
Johnson, the silent superintendent for
he privilege of a comfortable night's
rest going either way. Ordinary pas
senger coaches have been transmogri
fied into better sleepers than the Pull
man Palace cars, because there is more
room. A car or ine same Kina leaves
Charlotte every evening for Raleigh
and vice versa, and refreshments are
served to hungry passengers at either
end of the line.
irnlr tn the "health of the water
works." Mai. Flemming was called
upon for a speech and responded in a
tone loud enough to be heard at King's
mAnntain whose blue outlines were
dimly visible in the distance. The Ma
jor made a short but decidedly happy
sDeech. congratulating the contractor
of the works and the people of Char
lotte, upon the completion of the stand-
pipe and its connection with the lake,
His speech wa3 worthy of the occasion
and the iron jaws of the huge structure
were made to resound with deafening
applause. At the conclusion of this
speech, Capt. Siders announced that the
ceremony was over and the citizens be
gan to let themselves down, and soon
all had emerzed from the hole below
and were on terra firma again.
Though the stand-pipe was virtually
finished yesterday, it will be nine days
yet before the water is turned on. The
lower portion is yet to be caulked and
painted, and on the 10th of this month,
exactly three months from the time
work was commenced, the stand-pipe
will be filled with water and turned
over to the city.
The fire bell will not be mounted on
top of the stand-pipe a3 was proposed,
tbe'authorities deeming it inexpedient,
and a tower is to werected especially
Jor the bell.
The Organic Union Resolution,
To the Euitor of the Observer.
The resolution which was referred to
m yesterday mornings ubsekvek as
having been introduced in the Presby
terian General Assembly at Atlanta
"against organic union was unani
mously adopted. The matter of organ
ic union was not proposed nor discuss
ed, but this paper was introduced by
Rev. Roger Martin after fraternal rela
tions had been established witn a view
to setting forth the fact that nothing
more than the establishment of frater
nal correspondence was intended or
desired. This explanation is made lest
an erroneous impression might have
been made in the public mind.
1. t. F.
Whe Otto 1o
s" are Now Sowing'
WE MIL ALREADY BUSY
1 . ' . ;
A Large Vein Developed.
Mr. J. C. Wiswell, the recent pur
chaser of Sheriff Alexander's gold mine,
has been at work developing the mine,
and has come to the conclusion that he
has met up with a bonanza. At no
place is the vein less than four feet in
width, while its greatest width yet de
veloped is twelve feet. Three assays
of the ores have been made. The first
lot showed $11.37 per ton; the second
$97.14 and the third $113.68, making an
averacre vield of $74.06 per ton. The
mine has been christened the "Arling
ton Guarantee," as its owner guarantees
a certain return to each stockholder.
The vein is one of the largest known in
this country and as the assay shows, is
worth working. This mine is located
near the old Caons mine, about six
miles from the city.
Charlotte Hotel. S A Lowrance,
W M Neel, C K McNeely, Mooresville,
N C ; Archibald Brady, Davidson Col
lege ; E H Green, Iredell county, N C ;
WMDodd. Shelbv.N C; C W Mar
shall, R J Murphy, Atlanta, Ga; J J
Raymond, W-E Judson, Cincinnati,
Ohio; O W Kelsey, H A Kelsey, New
Orleans, La; J A Ralph, Lancaster
county, S C ; "J W Cobb, J W Joyner, N
C ; R J Knight, Gaston county, N C ; G
K Roval. G W Kennedy. Charleston, S
Central Hotel. Col H T Douglas,
Richmond, Va; Jno Rommel, Philadel
phia; JAB Besson, Eufaula, Ala; R
It Haywood, S H Hopkins and wife,
Baltimore; Miss K Murchison, Miss F
McCrary, Miss M McCrary, Miss 0 Sim
mons, Miss M Williams, Miss A Sloan,
Miss K McCall, Miss L Johnson, Staun
ton, Va; John Mcintosh, Rhode Is
land; A Mc Arthur, Rhode Island; W
B Baldwin, New Orleans; W J Cross-
well, Greenville ; J T Savage, Georgia ;
S E Belk, Pride Jones, North Carolina ;
F W Clark, Wilmington ; Miss Katie
Williams, Fayetteville; W G Nowell,
Wilmington, Del; G W Williams, Wil
mington, N C; Thos H Hill, Philadel
phia; J T Alderman, Wilmington; G
Morency, New York; A W Kluttz,
Salisbury; C A Hunt, Lexington; A
Anderson, J T J Davis, Washington, D
C; P B Fetzer, Concord; E McDowell,
South Carolina: C E Hutchison, Mt
Holly, WE Outcalt, Richmond; Chas
C Thome, Atlanta; E F Young, North
A DowbITowb Merchant,
Having passed several sleepless nights, disturb
hv thn Aimntas and cries of a suffering child.
ana Decoming convmcea mat juts, wilsiuw b
Soothing Syrup was ust the article needed, pro
cured a supply for the child. On reaching home
and acquainting his wife with what he had done,
she refused to nave it aominisxerea 10 me cuiiu,
as she was strongly in favor of Homoeopathy.
That night the child passed In suffering, and the
parents witnoui Sleep, ueiummg noma uie aaj
following, the father found the baby still worse;
and while contemplating another sleepless night,
the mother stepped from the room to attend to
some domesUc duties, and left the father with the
child. During her absence he administered a por
tion of the Soothing Syrup to the baby, and said
nothing. That night all bands slept well, ana ine
little fellow awoke In the morning bright and hap
py. The mother was delighted with the sudden
and wonderful change, and although at first offend
ed at the deception practiced upon her, has con
tinued to use the Syrup.and suffering crying babies
and restless nights have disappeared, a single
trial of the Syrup never yet failed to relieve the
baby, and overcome the prejudices of the mother.
Sold by all Druggists. 25 cents a bottle.
White a Good Many Merchants are now Arranging the
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BKDrOBD ALTTM AND IKON 8PBIBSS WiTXH kSD
Mass. The great tonic and alterative contains
twice as much Iron and fifty per cent, more alum
tnum than any "alum and iron mass" known.
Just the thing for the "spring weakness" now so
leneraL boia ny ail aruggisia 01 any suuumig.
Moes reduced one half.
Attention, Hornets No. i.
AND SETTLING DOWN TO A "SUMMER MSIGEOVERTBijlfri GOOD, AND
TO PERHAPS BEMOVRN tbelr SL.UGGISHNES,
WE HAVE ALMOST COMPLETELY DISPOSED df OCR
n Mi mfm
1J U '1 U1U UUXAK
And hence we announce with ua pi
IF YOU WANT
GIVE US A CALL !
oa Boxes Imperial Oranges, . .,
S0 Buckets Bet Benaed Lard.
FttESP lot Breakfast Strips,
;V .fas: a
Toasting the Charlotte Firemen.
The Athens (fca.) firemen had a re
union and banquet, last Tuesday night
and the Charlotte fire department came
in for a share of attention. The Athens
boys took part in the reel race m mis
5ityon.tne20th. They weYe a hand
some set of 'men "nd a large cake was
presented to them by the Charlotte fire
men, as a prize for the finest looking
body of firemen in the city. At their
banquet in Athens Tuesday night, this
cake was presented to Mrs. R. K. Bloom
neldrthe widow of Athens' most hon-
md fireman. The fourth , toast was
f "The Charlotte Fire' Departmentr-our
new found friends. W e We meir ac
quaintance with pleasure, ana cast a
wistful eye toward this new field. This
toast was responded to by Capt. C. G.
Talmadge, and, as thft Athens Banner
says, he certainly proved himself equal
to the task. He spoke 01 tne open-nauu-ed
reception he had met in that city, of
the high order of gentlemen comprising
the Charlotte fire department, and of ,
their prowess and skill. He closed amid
Go Crazy and in Jail,
-nuionrora Ttanks. a colored man who
x mall.lrnnvn in the city, was last
night captured by the police and com
iQn jt had eone crazy and
in 1 Lieu. . - ,
The commencement of the Carolina
Military Institute in this city, will oc-
iMirnnthe 15th inst.. and will be cele
brated by a ball on the evening of com
mencement, to which TnE Observer
acknowledges with thanks an invita
tion. Mr A Levi Manning, of South
Carolina, is president, and Mr T C Va-
SDn.of Augusta, Ga, is directing mar
Davidson Collece commencement
r j a IV.
opens on ounuay, iitu mow ""unf"
Baccalaureate sermon; Tuesday, i4th,
a meeting of the board of trustees will
be held at 9 o'clock am. At 10 a nil, the
alumni oration will be delivered by the
Hon J S Vernor, of South Carolina.
:This..will be followed by the annual
oration by the Hon Thos, Hardeman, of
Georgia. At 8 pm, the addresses Dy
the representatives of the literary so
cieties ! w ill be delivered. Thursday,
15th, is commencement day proper.
A Grand Time.
The State Grand Lodge, No. 10, 1. O
G.S andD.of S..of North Carolina,
will commence its fifth annual jses-
oirm ar, rrharlotte. on the 20th ult. Rev.
J. W Moore, the Grand Chief, of Wil
son, will preside. Cur colored friends
have presented tra with the following
liar, nf renresentatives to the Grand
Lodze. to print.
Excelsior Lodge, No. 26. Greene H.
Henderson, Rufus T. Weddington, P.
rv ttjiII. Vireril Johnston and James
Queen Grandee Lodge, No. 27. Mary
Maho. Hannah Walker, Violet Jones,
Amanda Mosely, Harriet Pemberton.
Bell View Lodge, No. 88. Sarah
Bethel, Julia White, Phoebe Torrence,
Lucinda Sparrow, Jennie Sumner.
Prince of Peace Lodge, No. 47. Kel
ly Low, Jesse Walker, Caroline Thomp
son, Eliza Bland.
- 'Darin? the month
just passed the
Deeds ha3 issued splicing
had developed into a , dangerous luna- 1 papera to the following couples
-TJ avma HfflA nHL 1118 TJUlIlU UdU I witttts
J: KJL DUiUV v.v e
, raiMLjpanyoih-rfie8h Goods.
call inrrsn u,- wb-w.io yotj good.
blV. - . . . . , ,
been wandering and his inenas nau
considered fcim racked,T)ut it was i riot
until laat night that he i-emoved all
"doubts as to his insanity. He indulged
i ravorite freak oMhe colored in-
oanA ana attempted to kill his wife.
She escaped irom him and sent word to
the police; who soon arrived and took
Delaware in custody. Delaware has
been a drayman for Mr, Allen Cruse for
mw nf veara and has been re-
city as a" gooa.negru. wuiu---
for him, he possessedjthe most miserly
propensities, and tha worry and anxiety
he experienced in hoarding up and
guardinff his dimes , proyed too greal a
r. i.sn: m mind and toppled it
wam "F"" w -it.- ... . .,i
Delaware went to jail qui,ewy.
oi hiii rase does
aesperateTtherrare-hope that h&ftilV
arid Blood WrtfteT are prepareaa
.:-i,i..n,i,i mn Mass.' Priced either, 1.
ZZtkwiiM Kthe torn of
at imtrtiues. on receipt tr price, 9l P
i mta Piokhaitt fteely ansae's all
'T. t ,nnntT, -mic ase i fi4 stamp. SeB&: lot
t psmphleW:; MenUoa thil pateff a?
J A Clinard and Sue A C Smith,
W B Alexander, Sarah J Gillespie,
J C Hannon, Rhody Kennedy,
J S Griffin, Antanda Stoper,
John Archey, Berthie S Henry,
W D Sanford, Mattie Curry,
BF Grier; Julia Crowell,
A C Redin, Lizzie McCall,
k E S'Harkie, Jennie Sharpe.
Coleman Ross and Mary Prances
t Alex. Alexander, Esther Torrence.
Marcellus Gaftney, Mary J ohnston,
Robt Montgomery, Hancy Harrison,
George Green, Annie McClarty,
(ireen wasmngwu, oiou
Vincent Douglas, Julia Burton,
Augustus Dunlap, Matilda Wilson,
"Joha Sprtog Maggie Biggers,
jirhrarAnnie Portr, , .. v
J John Carson, Martha Bruce,
Many a toerchant of brilliant faculties, hat been
sfHnkMi down nt career by naralysu or ms nerves.
and is left out hi the race ol life. Such unf ortu
Wi hiBiidlie treated mth Dr. Benson's Celery
ana qhamomlle Pius. Eestoratton is probable.
Real Estate Transfers.
The following transfers of real estate
were made during the month of May,
and recorded in the office of the regis
ter of deeds :
Deed from W E Cunningham, trus
tee, to S R Grier, for tracts of land.
Mrs Nancy S Smith to B R Smith,
trnstee. and others, for 430 acres or
Mrs Nancy S Smith to Mrs Carrie E
Smith and others, trustees, for 430 acres
W E Alexander toEKP Osborne,
for city tax.
Wm Johnston to the city of Charlotte,
for 21 feet 8 inches of land on .Fourth j
H J Washam and wife to Ellen J
Query, for acres of land.
C F Harrison, tax collector, to EK
P Osborne, for city lot.
Asa George and wife to W N Prather
for; city property.
ED McGinnis and wife, to P M
Bitch, for tract -of lacd
J G McLaughlin to same, for tract of
J Hunter and wife to same, for 8M
acres of land.
Geo W Pearce to J T Schenck, for
tract of land.
J E Brown, commissioner, to A R
Nisbet & Bro., city lot.
Sue Johnston to Mrs W B nood.tract
W A Brown and wife to J G Hood,
tract of land.
W J Friday to city of Charlotte, for
7 feet of land on Seventh street.
M A Jackson to J H Wearn, tract of
J W Norwood and -wife to Smith &
Foreey, lot in Pineville.
Younts & Son to Smith & Forgey, lot
E A Osborne to Cyrus H Wolfe, for
tract of land.
TB Elliott and others, to M E Pe
gram, tract of land.
Richard Caldwell to Samuel Brown,
for city lot.
T J Moore, attorney in fact, to M E
Alexander, tract of land.
L B Long -to JIrs M C Johnston, for
2M acres land. -.-
J AfWilson and wife to M C John
ston, for 101 acres land.
" 4oha ABosl to C E Bost, for 34
WB Gileson and wife to Barker &
Derr, for'acre of land.
J J Farrington to Susan Farrington
St Catherine Gold Mine Company to
J T Schenck, 20 acres land.
A G Brenizer to Fanny Brenizer.city
John T Schenck to Louis G Bertram,
64 acres land.
Mutual B & L Association to K li
Fields, city lot.
DHHill and wife to W C Morgan,
Wm Johnston to Caleb Black, one
H T Capps to W B Harvey and oth
er?, two acres land.
Since January 1st the number of
deeds recorded is 1.695, an increase of
108 over the same time last year.
YOU are hereby ordered to attend the regular
monthly meeting of your company, this (Fri
day) evening, at 8 o'clock, sharp. Business of lnu
portacce to be transacted. By order
U. 1. n AuUii
O. F. iSBUBY, President
"T7v TT XT O Yesterday a Gold Collar
JD J U XN YJ Button, which the owner
can get by applying at this Office and p tying for .
tnis advertisement. junz n-
OLD POINT COMFORT
situated 100 yards from Fort Monroe. Open all
the year. Equal to any hotel In the D. 8. Sur
roundings unsurpassed. Bathing, boating, fishing
and driving specially attractive. Pre-eminently a
resort for southern people. Terms less lor equal
accommodations than any resort In the country.
Climate free from Malaria; and for Insomnia truly
wonderful in its soporific effect eena ior circular
describing hygienic advantages, etc.
may is am UAiuusun ruujsaua, rrepr.
HAVING been qualified as Executrix under the
late will of F. Kuesier deceased, I hereby give
notice to all persons Indebted to the estate to come
forward and make Immediate payment. All per"
sons holding claims against the estate will present
them within twelve months from date of this no
tice. Mrs B KUESTBR,
Left Yesterday Eveniog for Eastern, and Northern Markets to Place onr Orders
' AND BEING SO FAB AHEAD IN THE RACE. WE MEAN TO MAKE IT.
THE COMING FALL. In the meantime the remainder of our SUMMER STOCK is offered to the pub
lic, ho we know by past experience, is not slow to appreciate that we are
BEADQUARTERS FOR THE GAROLINAS.
P S The Gun and Locksmith business will be
continued as heretofore, at the old stand, three
doors south of Charlotte HoteL All articles re
maining In the shop prior to the 1st June willte
sold at cost of repairs alter thirty days.
OTST ' ON
Have Just received a large supply of
In all size packages.
We Wilh Oflfer a LARGE Assortment of
And in fact everything kept In a
First-Class Grocery Store.
A. J. Beall&Co.
ICE CREAM to day for tbe ladies at 69 Ollmax
store. Sweet and Butter Milk for the ladies at
5c a glass. Sweet MUk, large glass for 5c. Noth
ing more healthy than lea cold milk. Fine lot of
fresh Butter on ice. mayaO
TUNDBOBGS Superior Handkerchief Extracts,
j vfarnchai Mai Rose and Edenia. Also,
Rhenish Cologne in 25c and 50c bottles. We
haw a full supply of these superior goods now in
stock. wiLou a buowjuji'.
ENDINE BAY BUM,
may 2 6
"Pangea. Florida Water, at
WILSON & BUB WELL'S,
JMNE3T G n.EEN and BLACK TE A,
He-no Tea. Chocolate, Cocoa, at
W ILJON 4 BUttWELL'S,
may26 Drug Store.
Smile Again on Me,
sighed Tom to his beloved. He knew not what
gave her such a eharm In bis eyes. Her teeth,
preserved toy 80ZODONT which she had used
from girlhood, did his bustness. She held her
lover by virtue of SOZOPONT.
If Nearly Dead
after taking some hlgh'y puffed np fctuff, with Ions
rr.M tmniA Unn Rtttftm. and have no fear
hh2.s nrimwf Troubles. BrtetHs Dis-
oTiahtf or Liver Complaint.! These dU-
L. nt Miit the ermtive Dower of Hod Bit-
tors: besides It is the best family medicine on
ALL S MiGIC HAIR DYE,
lis Immense Reduction Will Prove aGiffc li People.
LL KINDS OF
Patent Medicines can be had at wholesale and
retail, at WILbOH BuawjUibs
Will consult their interest oy examing our swck
and prices before purchasing.
WILSON & BUB WELL,
may 28 Druggists.
To h Stoekholders
OF THE NOBTH STATE OOPPEB
AND GOLD 11IINWO COMPY,
General meeting of the stockholders of tbe
XV above eomi
has been called by the Presi
dent and Board ot Directors, and win oe neia on
HtnriRT. tha 1 nth dav of June. 1 882. at Jamil's
Hotel, High Point, Guilford county, North Caro
lina, at 8 o'clock p. m , fo the rurpose of lattfy
inffiuideonnnninaajl the nrevious acts and pro
ceedings of said company. Us stockholders, officers
and directors transacted by virtue of its charter,
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