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jXJ Yy i "St)ttAgKrE, N. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1882. - - . : NO.
rrZT I Southern omen in Southern Factories. I 4T. I UfTj A Tl 1 1 Tk '1 J .'v'.'J
v I Svi Tr? ci!!!; "ru?z I a I lull Dm ah fin nnii, MoTiiAnn.
7 i i,
In the State of North Carolina.
ALESAHDEB & HAEEIS,
HAYS a PRETTY LINE OF
GENTS' and LADIES' SUPPERS.'
PEG RAM & CO.,
Cents' Hand-Sewed Shoes
I 81 IS
GOODS in ine alate. uhii ana sw mem.
CALL ueclljttJ:nUori to cur stock of NECK
WK4HTtz: LkceC5nafj. Melius rmhwMe-
h rmi!.r and evtry var t-ti or L uen ana rreaie
n Polka Dot.afld ttlfc
c i-r -.
Call ana stf. iwp-
PEGRAM & QO.,.
L l. "! '
KKBP A WKLL SRLECTiD" cTOfcK OF
OF ALL PRICES AND SIZES.
. : 1 tT-. , i
Alexander & narns
IV B a raagitlflont stock i.f WH1TB oX)r)9
?lz: Linen Lawiu inaia mwi
aln80uks. India MuiM4 a6 jfvniht)d
Poiku Dot Swiss. Mullns in rmie "mA
fects, with Lace and KmbroUery to trim.
PEGRAM & CO.,
HAVK JUST RECEIVED A FINIS STOCK OF
Of the Latest 8tyles.
and CBidr m
Ktock of Ladles'. Misses
leessvHi be Kiwi m iev
Farmer yriirds, .
With any kinds BOOTS and SHOES THEY WI8H.
nnO the celebratKi
aatoDisked when tney
X hear ourprteafc on
make a s pedal tjjfcJJbese
OTOCk efKESfflSOOiJB, fte;
found in all gri
PEG R AT.T23i5C0
cexp ALt smseArt. ri (Zf
Mllill WLSALI eri.x mmr
Wo no in
URtiUy run tn
wn a a woa TW. .
Our store will be closed 20i.
1 1 nVlnrit a. m. VTHtri roow v
tKGBAM A CO. !
uMf jfou siiMsy-
Black Caahmeres. Nun's Yelling,
QyssV SJMIsSJPoe MUMS V .- i. MeA
Bilk arenadlnes, Brocaded BUks, etc., ttcn
J-JaVING just returned from the Eastern Mar
kets the second time tbia season, we are now able
to show the Trade all the NKW THINGS In toe
war f Nevelttes of the season.
replenished oarl,ACK SILK STOCK
with Moires, Brocades, Satins and Surahs In all
shadeiy Summer -Sitka and Foulards. Also a
handsome stock of Satteena In fancy colors.
TMuns VeUJcta allrcolors from 35c to $1 per yard.
t4ew lotltlicestn ill the new designs. One
of the cheapest and handsomest lots of
To be found In the city. Hull Muslins In pinks,
blue and cream. A new lot of Ulsters for Ladles
In Linen and Mohaljj A new stock of
0f J- ?
The cheapest and most handsome
new Neck Wear In new styles. A new lot of Buntr
tag In all colors fron12tto to Softer yard.-. ;
Comend send W mvtoeeVtnaV we 'nave
tbrgoodfan4 iloestOBaltyon; . .L
jl Vs ' ,Yry Bespetcfl.1 y,
. i . t '"-" rr. j, seigle & co. ,
14 ;?S8s-,aili Cbrf for Burns,
Bcaias, iirmses, jnts, sores, etc.
Alter forty years of trial, Perry
It is safer It acta iftimediatelyl It
Editor of the fti. John CS. B.) News, says :
In flesh wouudd, acnes, iwiins, sores, ere.,
It la the most effectual remedy we know of.
No farjeUfyfehoulcl be wrchonfe s bottle of It
'fora-sfneleJiour. i . .1
From the Cincinnati Dispatch :
we have een its magic enecrs, ana Know
"-'Ktorjftrooaarae4e.i , .
From 1. 8. Potter, U. S. Consul at Crefeld,
- - After Iobj years of nse, I am satisfied it
Is positively efficient as a healing remedy
I OT wounaa, onuses, ami Bx axua.
r. sr. Miarper,TaldoBj, Ga.fay :
It la a Danacea for AU brulaes and butna.
It gare me muneuuiu) rcuei.
In forty years' use it never has failed me.
i nM vonr rAHf kjixkb
uenuy. hi i
relieve pain and soreness, and hhalt wounds
like magic. r
J XT. Tlao na.va I " J
seatas ana mms n nas no equiu. k
TAATtS PAIN KTtxm ot
m new anmeniemenj. oriuri
it hMbten t oost&at us ; and those who
hu.n4 Mi tWonmit tore 1tbeM friend
Itaaneoes iii!rirbcuep'lt8!nl' I
Since the lnKHlwa firat hitrottaeaf
hundred of new medicines nave come ana
while to-day this meaicine is more
nsed ana more bJcnlT valued
livery rgmuyJls w nave
. Mrttivpasn ana neavy
doctors bills 1
may often oe tavea oy prompi
he Pain Killer, unlike most
ae irain xkiiier. utuxkc vum
'mtLnf? even in the hands
r m UnA. Ttt it once thorouBrhlv. ana it
r . . ,
will mT its valne. Your drnezlst has it
and Sl.QAper hot
DAVIS AtW N , f,roprlto,
ept dtw sept & oct.
Mintralj Water ! !
I J 3 Br i ' i T
a, . X Mix i t w.l
Pf ii.s r !.i!J ; j: j i t ivn
! 11 i
, n. .i j Jifswi . Mm2aMrm-mmm,
n .. T
fhtMairfto-jrandiSyBtOT. kln Diseases,
Scronua, enronic rneuiuuiu, cw.
. . . VTT
-It U a-oowerlnl ATteranvejiy"!? IS. L"
enunent pnyucfana t uppvr-j i
, ac on Alx.
yHbeat&d in Rock
JOt lua ncepuuu
D6I tsi, eacn
nllb dV J. H. Me-
ADEH and DrT. CZEUTra, Chsrlotte,-. C.
Willi A U1A)IW
i nilN PflT.T.ARS.
. " ;
. . n r.r irQrnnMH at 1 1IP.
HOSIEliT'lfSOM 5e up,
FAN3 FROM 2c up.
- ?4C., AC., &C.
UNDER TRADERS' NAT. BANK.
J aJ V
-world. Try It Derore vujmnw
ntT umuk tx r.
I. V I
, 1' PERRY
& f L DAVIS' V
mam ever tdbM
-rf ofrT "iff .At i HfTTfYT
' r 1- mi Irr
A JltOe peach In an orchard grew
A little peach of emerald hue,
Vanned by tne sun and wet by the dew,
One day, passing the orchard through,
The little peach dawned on the view
Ol Johnny Jones and hid sister Sue
Them two. - . c ,
Vp at the peach a club they threw;
Down irora the stem on which It grew
ell tbe little peach of emerald hue.
. She took a bite and John a ehew,
.And then the trouble began to brew
Trouble the doctor couldn't subdue.
Under the turf where the daises grew
They planted John and his sister Sue,
And their little souls to the angels flew.
' ttnt Wtmt. r t.h riAarfi of emerald nCke. I
Cwanned by the son and wtt by the dew? !
A b ! well; its mission on earth Is through.
Adieu! t i ,
NEWS NOTES. .
Stephen Von Bour a native of Bav
ajia, who murdered a schoolmate about
a year ago and fled to this country, was
arrested, t, Pittsburg, fa,, yesterday.
Von By4f cottf eSsett; tbfl crim.$. : :.
Geo. N. Bliss, State Senator of Rhode
Island, has become insane.-his malady
asserting itself while he was delivering
a memorial day oration.
Tbe coinage at the Philadelphia mint
during May aggregated 3,442,000 pieces,
valued at $6,682,400.
Patrick Egan telegraphs from Paris
to James Mooney, of the American
Irish Land League; that there is perfect
accord between himself, Parnell and
5n Tuesday Lieut. Danenhower call
ed n Gen. and Mrs. Grant, in New
York, and yesterday was the guest of
Admiral Porter, at the Brooklyn navy
yard, where he dined wjththe admiral
and his staff. ,
"The steamship Alaska sailed from!
New : York Tuesday witn 347 camn pas
sengers, among whom! were Hon. W. H.
;JInnt, United States minister to Russia ;
Hon., Alphonso Taft, United. States
jrfiniiter to Austria, and Mr. Cyrus W.
V'Dri Gi jJV!Campbell,' the "oldest and
mtoat eminetrftphysician of MontrtaI,
aiifka-iiied pu Tuesday in Edinburgh,
.S-.'(tlaidl " tin Uad "onjy -lately strccefd--VTlo
a Scotch baronetcy ly the . death
tan elder Wotltpr. ' '
, 4n A ll v' a kj v a , m ""--'"' .
JSU-pheiis and. Vi-Fi'tfsidMt Ii- 1?
Angus, of the Canada i acitic road, and
oi hers, f epresen.fi nV-a. eapital of $15,
000,000, propose to " buy " bonds of the
Car i Ada .paci flc, the -Ton pany . agreei ng
toitCcept'them in payment for lands
wnich are to be used for purposes of
colonizatioir.,' ? f
France seems 6 be" taking the lead in
dealing with-Egyptian affairs, , A diplo
matic conferences the powers at Con
Rtsntinonle is uroDOsed. -Germany and
'P.ussia are expected to co-operate with
b;ngianu ana f ran.ee u,iuii veuuua ia
Greensboro Bugle; Mrs. Geo,W. Al
bright, who lives near Greensboro, has
gonte t.) "cultivating the silk worm
industry. She has a number now vig
orously at work. y
f Durham Recorder: Dr. Rowe record-
fed last month
ortgages, ten moragef deeds, fifteen
?n bons, and eigfit fee slmpre feeds.'
We learn from our stamp agent, Mr.
Lmes Dike, that he sold during the
hontb fl May &r7,n.2$werjhif smps
Wins Rlpibricarr. tI! building
boom has struck mrrstorx, There are
more new buildings now under contract
than ever before in the history of the
town the large majority of them are
brick and. very handsome. -
Lenoir Topic: Died iii the Valrey 'of
the Yadkin, at the residence of Gen. C.
Leventhorpe. May 23d. Col. Larkin
Bartlett Bryan, in the 73d' year of his
During the heavy thunderstorm of
last Sunday, a man who was driving a
team up the turnpike 'beWfeerr Patter
son and Blowing Rock, was stunned by
flash of lightening,; and, when he
recovered consciousness, he found
himaftlf some distance from the road
down the mountain side. How he got
s there is the mystery.
Monroe Express : The peach crop will
be the heaviest in years. The trees are
; There isa thr.ee legged dog at Mr. M.
Osbornj rM'IQ run like a facer.
One leg was cut off By the train.- "
Carolrf Watehmaas The storm-Wed-
. i 'Thorn wftffi l4rlv ft fdw'iyrawls among
i j nere were xm i v io whyyio smuug
the negroes On the 8dt. A good many,
imbibed too much, but behaved better
than uaual oiL&uchjaccasions. r
The Western R. R, Shops atjthis, place
have turned puttwo handsome observa
tion caraforfthe use ofs feupimep tfavel
pn that road. '
l -Mr aIp.t. Biown brought to our
bnteb thDl week? some- stalks-ot wheatr
toR7ft& TiiffH. 1 Wheat? and oats arei
(attaining extrodinary growth of stalk
Jalmost everjhfere. Antdthereia not a
Many,crops are ikely to prove deficient
'TtteWoier f urnisllfcg from 8 to 12
tons of concentrates per day-iwhich is
being treateat the Davis Chlorination
nrv.lrii annoaaaf nllv.
nr-T ixlzhiApb-sfias, iukt concladed
the sure otHhe Ilndleman igoli min
lying 6 miles southeast or oansoury.
Meaara DnfTiele and Waeber, of New
Yorky werRthepurchasefSj ; They have
been here prospecting the property for
ab"6uf'a month; wilch is eumeient
evidence that thjeyi are pleased with
News and Observir: Mr. T.
B Dandy; the: accomplished assistant
chemist'-UBdfij.Prof. Dabney, sails for
cnmnAVvfi t.h loth. and' wHl make a
trip oto&Mnths ere., he, returns, to
.There will.be two!'gTC'aVriHt and
rfoo hihif this vearione at Greens-
ora anu tne-omer t tu
1 ii j i if Msj i IU t -
Wall StlliWfc;, J-V) it,-
urinitKtoBeeorid year.Qf .the war,?
grocer in-an Ohio town scaledhis prrcw
by reports from the front. One day a
air pat would cut the price . of, butter 4
leafc"thft,lHt day a victory woumj
false tneiJnce oi eggs xnwj
ani:victQfy ,prfeattwas certain to Mt
ever the jar of nutmegs m the shtelf,
Ond day afarmer who had some butter?
toi sell entered the store and asked tha
Koine price. - "I'm paying sixteen toj
you see jf ope uas uoou
that, and there is a back, action" Th0
farmer sold out and "wanted the most
t in nnerar. and the arrocer remarked
ancea a cent yuuuu "rS
onmel ho wis that r?
ds; gii ilcked in Ten-
neaaee." "JLUB Wi Pi. uww
A.A jfAli lATirtl ATtTl
nail , kpff nd IbPUZftW t aU, oven . ai
....tin lAnlrail nn.aniT said:. MY
1 1 cht. wrnl nov.' 'na Ts victory u
l& heli f MyouUbelnlf were squic
without a rlTal, WW not cease neaaacae. mowu e
Southern omen in Southern Factories.
Charleston News arid Courier.
The Atlantic Monthly is publishing
"Studies in the South, by the author of
Certain Dangerous Tendencies' in
American Life," who has traveled
through the Southern States with the
object of seeing for himself what is the
exact condition of the Southern people
and what are their plans and prospects
for the future. No other educated North,
ern man has seen so far, or so much,
and given the result of his observations
with so intelligent an impartiality. His
remarks on Southern manufactures are
very timely. . Thousands of young wo
men are now employed in factories in
the South, and as the mills grow in
number the demand will rapidly inr
crease. It is, therefore, well worth
while to know how Southern girls, in
'th factories, compare with the opera
tives in the North.
The Atlantic Monthly's contributor
examined every paxt of the Southern
mills, visited manjlof the operatives in
their homes, inspected their houses and
surroundings.' and learned as much as
possible about sani
tary matters, their
food, social, and pel
sonal habits, use of
leisure time, their morals
tone, temper and
character. It was
manifest to him that there is a cqmf or&J
able and satisfactory reeling Detween
employers and employed. "Everywhere
the mill-owners, agents and overseers
say that the Soutnern operatives are
the best laborers. in the world, the most
loyal to the interests of their employers,
and most pleasant tempered and easily
managed." It was impossible, he says,
to obtain from the laborers any expres
sion of dissatisfaction with their em
ployers, or; any. indication of restless
ness or discontent among the mill peo-
?le. The wages paid and the hours of
abor are about the same as hi New
England, but tbe Southern operatives
have better and much larger houses
than the same class of laborers in the
Northern States.' The Atlantic's con
tributor . found the relation between
the f adtbry people and their employers
more patriarchal 'and less "demo
cratic" than "in New England. There
is no feeling of antagonism, and the
working people have, no apparent no
tion that the interests of the manuf ac
turers and those of the laborers are op
posed or even distirjet. This frank ad
mission is made :
'"There is much less drinking, and
theie is beyond all comparison less of
lit? utiouaness, among them than in
thdir class in New England. The wo-
men and piris who work iu Southern
mills are, I am convinced, almost all of
good cbaractor. I inquired everywhere
in regard to this, and was uniformly
told that when. occasionally happens,
a girl of immodt it behavior comes into
a mill to work ihe women employed
there detecu her at once, and commonly
expel her by the severity of their man
ner toward her. But if she does not go,
the women make complaint to the agent
of the mill, and the offender is at once
discharged. ;. It is announced ana wen
understood everywhere that no person
of known vicious habits or character
will be employed or rt '.ained in a cot
ton mill there, and the effect is certain
ly' most wholesome. 1 observed every
where that the women and girls in the
mi"s were modest and feminine in looks
ami bearing." The Atlantic's contribu
tor sa s, too, that it can be seen at once
that the Southern operatives are less
intelligent; that they are not so "well
inform(d jibont what is going on in the
world" as the New England operatives,
but they are more placed, contented,
industrious and less restless. They are
more domestic and regular, in their
habits aud character.
He says : Southern operatives read
less than the Northern ; they have not
so many ideas, and they have not been
affected in any considerable degree by
the 'reforming and progressive' senti
ments and influences of the time. They
are, in consequence, happier, less liable
to discontent, and far more useful and
agreeable to their employers."
The Atlantic's contributor is surpris
ed and delighted at what is a matter of
course to us. and he has a realizing
sense of the fact that the spread of what
is called knowledge is not always ac
companied by the elevation of morals.
In New England, the tendency is to
develop the brain at the expense of the
heart In the -South the tendency has
been the other way. Nowhere in the
:-world are the domestic . virtues more
iich and strong than in the Southern
States. The whole course of living was
such as to bring out the sweetest and
purest traits of character, and Southern
girls to-day, in their simple faith and
hfttter protected' against
themselves than, the New England girls
with their, metaphysical speculations
and glut of encyclopedias. Upon the
foundation-which the Southern girls
have, a fabric of learning can be erect
ed safely; knowledge so applied ripens
and enriches the. moral as well as the
infellectual side Of woman's nature. In
New rigland the disposition is to put
8eurr knowledge in advance of moral
teaching. We know the result But
we have. strayed from our immediate
iubject iwhich, was, to show that a New
England observer, with no leaning to
pur side, is ptofbandly impressed with
the dignity, cleanliness and wholesome
bess of the lives of the Southern wo
men who in the different factories are
earning their own living.
DItressed no More.
i : .Wilmington, N. C, Feb'y 4, 1881.
' H. H. Warner & Cot -Sirs Your Safe Kidney
an Liver Cure has entirely relieved me of a dis
tressing kidney difficulty. KOGSBJJOOBB,
;, Kx-Chlef, Fire Dept.
A true assistant to nature in restoring
tera to perfect health, thus enabllDg It
disease, Is Brown's Iron Bitters.
Sore Throat, Cough, Cold and
similar troubles, If suffered to progress, result In
oartnna nnimomirv aflecaons oftentimes Incura
ble. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" reach directly
the seat of the disease, .and give alinost luvant
Uuw vball Site rr. scrvr is r ni aiiu
Ond who has long Investigated this surject glv's
the result, and Is happy to say w-i u is iouna in
Woman's "Best irieua.' i lauapieu rBjjc;iwijr
to that great central, ai-c-nroi mg orgau. mo
womb, correcting Its disorders, and curing any lr-
i. i... 'mAnaM " nr "Aniirsifa." Dr. .1
Jt-K u 1.11 il J v mo .1 . . . , , .
io.aafliri' vnmain lieeulator acU like a charm tn
Whites, and In sutfdea or gradual checking;, pr In
entire stoppage of the "monthly courses," from
cold mental trouble, or like eauses, Dy rmionng
the uatu-al discharge In every instance. In chronic
canes, so orten resulting in uicerauuu. umu wi
the womb, its astion Is prompt a .d decisive, sav
ing' the constttuuon irom nuoiueurBs etu u
tt , . j . DumnM hv. n. J RranAln
Ltftulta,Ga. Price: trial slxe. 7oc; large ulze,
$1.50. For sale by ail druggists. ,
OWING to recent advances on ICS by the deal
era North and the high prices of fuel hew we
lire eompeUed to advance the prices oi iuk ior
this season aaung irom ouu uci mjo, uo
mhaiHko rii i im tha rates delivered from the
wagon to consumers In any put of the city:
21A pounds Dally Delivery,
20 M "
85c per week
' Tn tMfanrantn. Tm Cream Dealers. Soda Fourt-
talns, Ac lVic per pound. Special contrac-s for
. . wo ,M nnn miuinfaetnrlnff a sUDerlor Quality of
kee from distilled water taken from Springs thera-
J .via TiTIE tha mnat iMlrah!A for
S.nu nu rhistomers who do not desire regu-
UUtUWMV w-w. . . . . .
rocuro oi uie urircr ui
irsons are requested
the reception of their
a linm tor aalect Laths. Lum
ber, Shingles, Ac, and Coal for family, foundry
and smith's use. , ' '.
Thankful for a very generous support In the
past we solicit a continuance of the same tn the
man, promDdng our best efforts to please alL
.Yerfresrctfauy, ANTHONT St B&YCX
mayglm P. O. Box 163, Charlotte, N. C.
Led A stray.
Femandina, Nassau co., Fla., March 29, 1880.
"I have nsed Dr Simmons Liver Regulator and
always found it to do what la claimed for It. Tbe
last bottle and two packages did me no good and
were worse than nothing. I see tt la not put np by
J H Zellln & Co, and not genuine, and a waste of
money to boy it. I would be glad to get the pure
and genuine. Send me some from horn st hands
(with red Z an Ztsllin 008 signature on Wrap
per). The fictitious stuff sold will injure some one
badly. Your ob't sery't, BEHJTRIC&"
From the Toledo Blade. 1
OF IXTRAVT OF CELERY AND
CHAMOMILE UPON THE
NERVOUS SYSTEM and DIGESTIVE
As Invariably Produced by Dr. C. W.
Benton's 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 Pills are made to cure, and
what they have cured end will cure: Neuralgia,
Nervousness, Sick Headache, Nervous Headache,
Dyspeptic Headache, Sleeplessness, Paralysis and
Dyspepsia. These diseases are all neivous dis
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 $5, at the very furthest that cure can
be fully secured. These Pills are all they are rep
resented to be, and are guaranteed to give satis
faction If used as direct ed and will cure any case.
8old by aU druggists. Price, 50 cents a box.
Depot 106 North Eutaw street, Baltimore, ltd.
By mall, two boxes for $1, or six boxes for $2.50,
to any address.
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Cure
EOZEMA, T SITTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUCH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASES OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLES and
TENDER ITCHINCSonsJlpartaof tbe
body. It makes the akin white, soft and smooth;
removes tan and freckles, and is the BEST toilet
dressing in 'I'M w WOELD. Elegantly put up, two
bottles in one package, consisting- of both internal
and external treatment.
All first class druggists have it. fzioe SI -per package.
C N. Crittenton, Sole Wholesale Agent for Dr.
C. W. Benson's Remedies. 115 Fulton street, New
LYDIA E. PINK. HALTS
. Isa PotitlTe Cure
Fer all tkose Palaful Cosulatsts and Weaksesaes
so eomntti t ear best female aopolatloa.
X Medicine for Woman. Invented by a Woman.
Prepared by a Woman.
Th Oreatsrt XsdUal TtUtJtrj Slate the Dawn or History.
tylt re-riTes the drooping spirits, lsvigorates and
haxmoaises the organic functions, glres elasticity and
Ormness to the step, restores the natural lustre to the
eye, and plants on the pale cheek of woman the fresh
rosea of life's spring and early summer time.
l'Physicians Us It and Prescribe It Freely t
It remores faintness, 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 cured by its use.
For tbe cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex
this Cos, pound Is unsurpassed.
ZTBIA E. PrVKHAMS BLOOD PTRTFTER
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 133 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mas. Price of
either, fL Six bottles for So. Sent by mall in the form
of pills, or of lozenges, on receipt of price, tl per box
for either. Mrs. Plnkham freely answers all letters of
Inquiry. Enclose Set. stamp. Send for pamphlet
Jfo family should be without LYDIA B. PJJTKHAM'S
LTTEB PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness,
and torpidity of the liver. 85 cents per box.
3-8old by all Dmggists.- 0)
LRUIT Preservative, one 25c package will pre-
A? serve 20 pounds or rrutt. iror saie Dy
R. H. JOBOAN & CO.,
TOOTH SOAP, Jewsbeiy aid Brown's Oriental
Tooth Paste and Sozodont; f r sale by
B. H. JORDAN A CO.,
OLOUNK Is the besi; for sle only by
B, H. .IOHDAN A CO.
A FRESH SUPPLY
FMI Issquitl, Tmpcrted Vlchey. Apolllnarls,
Haiti ii and ' o.-greKS waterjusi receivea Dy
a. a. juKua.r a w.,
TONIC EilxU, i on BMers, Hop BliteTS, Hostet
ter's BUters, Ft-ilow'. Compound r-yrup of the
ByoophosDhiWs, Hor. lord's Acid Phosphate, a
full supply at tt. H. JORDAN A CO..
. ica-2fl Druggkts.
ONSTAKTLY on hand the finest ureenand
Black Teas tor tne retail iraae.
R H. JORDAN A CO .
mai28 Tryon street
ND Bath Towels, for sale by
tt. tX. OVBUAJ a,
THB Best Be and 1 gga- &
may26 Druggists, Tryon street.
F. C. MUNZLER
lb Berper & Engl Brewery
(Of Philadelphia, Pa J
Cfhbrated lager Beer,
In Kegs and Bottles.
BOTTLED BEEB A PECIAIiT3T,
; efHave lust reeelTed a small lot of BCrTTLXD
ALB and POBTEB, which I offer to tut PUfiUc at
a reasonable price. , - r-
1 " ' ' lBox2o Cbarlott.N.OL
iu uui nmm dim 1 uim
A Large shipment of that Very Popular 44 Bleached Domestic at 10 Cents,
The Best ever sold In this Market for that Money.
We are offering Special Ftnt-p i n in Dress Goods, SummeT Silks, - Ladtes'fand
Children's Hosiery; if you want a half dozen Hose at a sacrifice eom and see our stock;: Laos Curtains
In all new designs and very cheap; Dress Trimmings In all shades and varieties; we havt a very hand
some piece of Bugle Fringe at $1.25: a large stock of ,Passamentrles and OnjamenU; the largest and
CHEAPEST STOCKt OP -LACES; ' 7
j. s -Tf!rto-
Of all descriptions, to be found in the city; Ladies' Ulsters at SI, $f -25, S 1.50, $2,33,13.50, 15 and 6
each; Pearl Shirts, Universal Patterns; Turner'a handsome 8hoesfor Qeata. Irttt's Vadlss' Shoes; the
Best Corset for SI; Trunks, Valises, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Ac; Plain and, Laoe BunUogs, at
12c, 15c, 33c, 50c, 65c and 75c
MEET ME .
--AT THE AT THE
PSSeLfcj;- JM Gu HI 1 1 ii
ttli WILL BEAT
"t! PfB! CornerStore and Posloffice
yNORTH ? SOUTH
FORTY MULES LOADED WITU MUSIC
ENOUGH TO COVER THE 40 ACRES.'
f be Pianos and rgaps
MUST BE SOLD,
3 - -4-
AND IF HE IS NOT AT THE ABQXE PL ApE
HE WILL BE AT HEATjQUARTERS
CH ARLOTfTE, N. G. ; - ' '
He is Bound to Sell. M His Prjciafid,,! We Haly.
NEAR MORGANT0,Jf .
pK2 M W-M
$20 and $25. Address
may 19 eod lm '
Tmt Board of County Commlssloners-.ol gao l1
boro county, 8, C are now I
bids for building a ew court
vllle, a a. as authorized 3
sembly. Flans ana epw.i nimiuun ij ,
appucauon. Also plana and pecons solicit
ed. -Correirpondenoe from persons desiring tt
contract aoiicnea. Auure ,
Chairman B. C. C , BennettsvlUe, pGr
may24 lm j ;. :; -' ' ; .
. "f i iTinni nOTJlTTT. Hi Ci
THX best Medicinal Mineral waters, anq mos
t...mi, arted 1 vm niacs m hw.mkh t
Hickory and western pora vuu ...w,r-i
pen tor select guests. : ,
For runner panwuiM ouwwx . , . , . . . .
(i 1! n't
FOR THE NEXT jini DAYS.
TT A C
" Q Aiptoeai)lii.
. fiix obdebs PBoanrriTrr
6nranorf wrtleeiari "'l!???:
Hon. We guarantee anaUty. and. make, to. charge
y-.-W bave an agency U Ct
rntervlllai who will receive
rw in ijniuiDUD of mi mf wmir
orxteis wsmau iou u
reduced Bticea;i i. Uj'nid IUl riaLLi..
a Beiareno, aa.t, ouaW? SidgE
Rhenish Cologne to 25c and: SOc 'bouiea
bare a Wtt supply nl Uefe" TOPl0Xg:!S?TnTW, m
Stock .K- J I v. WUL80a ABUstWILL.
ii.. Jlwti.r, mnattnrit inrt 'til
TTAVING now two incw-xunain addition to eor
H PARPJl'PAL KIUjw are now prepared to
oTrviIinJI ytnfr, hoJio'M SJUAahitBd.