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DAILY CsflAlRLOME OBSERVER : SATURD AY, JUNE 3 , 18 82,
j L cobb-Cotton Factory For Sato.
Keys T.nat-seeadv. - t
This powder never varies. X marvel of purity
strength and wholescmeness. More econo mica
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
welznt. a um or phosphate powders. Sold only in
cans. HOYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
ov23 New York.
Sole Afnt, .Charlotte, TV. C.
No Whiskey I
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are n6t con
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, 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
Cin.,0Nov. 1 6, 1881.
Gents : The foolish wast
ing of vital force in business,
pleasure, and vicious indul
gence of our people, makes
your preparation a necessity v
and if applied, will save hun
dreds who resort to saloons
for temporary recuperation.
Brown's Iron Bitters
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, Indigestion,;
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and
W The commencement at BiddJe
Institute, near this city, opens next
jt3- Too late to 30 up in the. stand
"pipe now, as of most the scaffolding has
been taken out.
C3P Poplar Tent, Cabarrus county,
moved over to Charlotte yesterday to
do its trading. Ten or fifteen of the
citizens of that township were going
the rounds of our mercantile houses.
IST The reapers are busy gathering
the golden grain in the fields surround
ing the city, and throughout the coun
try. Many fields have already been cut
and the sheaves stacked.
tW The city school commissioners
held a meeting yesterday afternoon, but
not cettincr throueh with any business
until night caught them, adjourned
over to this evening, when the meet
ing will be continued.
W Yesterday morning the last brick
on the new depot of the Carolina Cen
tral Railroad, was laid. The buildiDg
is two stories high in front, the offices
being on the s econd floor, all the space
below being open for storage. The
ware-room js 164x40 feet.
ZW The streets were crowded yester
day with wagons loaded with woodland
the drivers had the hardest sort of work
to disDOse of it. A three horse load of
good seasoned cord wood sells at 60
ceats, and the wood men appear to be
happy to get that much.
IS" The news from our Charlotte
party who are wading the mountain
streams in search of tne trout, is to the
effect that they are having a tremen
dous time and meeting with fine suc
cess in angling. Brem and Watts are
the champions so far.
JUT The Riehrnond & Danville noon
train coming south, has got on to the
old winter schedule, during, the past
few days, and its arrival may b looked
for anywhere between 1 and 3 o Clock,
TAiavd ftnnnections north is the
It isTsaid that the Republicans
foe Simon-pure-dyed-in-the-wool rads
will have another convention in the
court house next Monday, the object
being to counter balance the effect of
the liberal convention of "Wednesday
last. The indications point to a lively
tW Ah engine and three coaches
carried the First Presbyterian Sunday
school and friends, yesterday, to a point
about five miles down the Carolina
Central, where a most delightful day
The train returned to the
city with its happy load about
o'clock in the afternoon. .
Beaten by a Colored Woman.
Last Thursday evening, Leno Wills,
a white man, went to the house of Sally
Kenned ycolored, and began to give her
"some of his jaw," as she expressed it.
She took as much Of it as she could, ut-
tU finally, becoming greatly exasperated
she fell upon him and almost slew him.
As soon as the man could get out of her
clutches he fled and left her to fix up
the matter with the mayor, which she
did yesterday morhinf Tfy "payki&a fine
of $2.50 and . costs. The4 man has not
been captured, but the first time nis
nose turns a street corner in this city
he will be swooped upon.
The Man with the India Buhner Valise
--The Long Duster Dodge--A Char
lotte Hotel brought to Tears.
Hotel keepers as a rule are always on
the watch out for' -suspects," or beats;
and those"' who have been long in the
business can pretty well tell the chronic
beat the moment they lay eyes on him.
There is the smiling and over-familiar
man, whose hair is sleeked down from
the middle, whose collar is turned and
coat buttoned up in tony style to hide
the shirt which he is not wearing. He
generally approaches the register with
p.n air of the greatest importance, and
after dipping the pen and holder as far
down into the ink bottle as it will go,
begins his name at one end of a line
and ends it at the other. His baggage
usuallv consists of a counterfeit um
brella and his pockets full of soap and
towels which be has h&okedJ from the
hotel he last stopped at. Then there is
-the unfortunate little man who has had
his pockets picked on the tram, and
who, after registering and ordering a
Dom on the first floor, calls the pro
prietor to one side and tries to pawn
him a gold ring, the last gift from a
dear mother, for a small loan, enough to
last him until a remittance comes from
home. These and many other charac
ters turn up every day or so, with such
frequency indeed, that if a week passes
by without one of them coming along,
the average hotel keeper feels lonely.
But sharp as the hotel men are, once in
a while a customer will come along who
is still sharper.
Among the passengers set down at
one of the city hotels last week, was an
exceedingly urbane and affable young
fellow, who bowed to everybody as he
entered the hotel, signed his name with
a great flourish and requested to be
shown to the best room in the house.
He carried a valise which appeared to
be fairly crammed with something or
other and telling the proprietor that
it contained his valuables, consisting Of
bondp, money and clothing, requested
that it be locked up in the safe until
morning. This was done and the next
day he had the treasured valise carried
to his room. He remained at the hotel
for a week or so, telling all who were
furious enough to inquire of bis busi
ness that he was a prospector and was
looking about to see what kind of an
opening there was here for a new en
terprise which he proposed starting up.
One day there was no response to the
porter's knock at his door and finally
when an entrance was made, the room
was found to be empty. On the mantle
was a card upon which was written:
"Compliments of the rubber valise."
The fellow had been provided with a
rubber valise, manufactured specially
for beating purposes. He could take it
out of his pocket before approaching a
hotel, and blow it up until it appearea
like a healthy well-filled valise, and after
he had staid at a hotel as long as he
wished, he would let the air out, put the
"Valise" in bis pocket and start out for a
stroll. This was the way one of our
Charlotte hotels was taken in, and when
the proprietor saw through the dodge
he sat down and wept
THE GATE CITY.
A LIVE SOUTHERN TOWN.
Some Impressions About the Late Pres
byterian General Assembly, &c, &c.
To the Editor of The Observer;
1 am aware that many of your readers
have been to Atlanta, for last fall the
grand exposition drew them thither
lrom this section in great crowds. But
in the bustle and jam incident to such
occasions we are not favorably situated
to appreciate the peculiar attractions
of the city, proper. After a two weeks
sojourn as a member of the general as
sembly of the Presbyterian church, I
take the liberty of conveying some im
pressions gained during my stay in that
city. The first impression of Atlanta
that you get is that it is a live city. No
sooner are you landed from the cars
than evidences of restless bustle and ac
tivity greet your eye. The principal
streets are thronged with drays piled
up with merchandise of every descrip
tion. The sidewalks are crowded most
of the day with pedestrians moving to
and fro with hurried tread as if the de
mands of business were urgent and im
pelling them forward. The central por
tion of the city is very irregular in af
pearance. The streets intersect at all
sorts of angles ; and the stores, instead
of facing the streets at right angles run
back diagonally, giving their interior a
rather awkward appearance. This is
not true of them all, however, as on
Whitehall street for instance, we find
some grand emporiums piled high with
fabrics of every description, from the
cheapest to the most costly. Another
feature of Atlanta is that it is a very
hilly city. Much heavy grading has
been done in portions of the city, and
the street force is nearly all the time
engaged in cutting down the high
places and filling in the low in order to
ga n the level which nature did not pro
vide. Atlanta has some fine residences
but no palaces. I doubt whether any
house in the city cost much more than
Col. Coxe's residence in Charlotte, but a
great deal of money has been spent
upon the lawns and flower gardens ; and
there are to be found many of striking
beauty in different portions of the city.
With an abundant supply or water, me
lawn errass can be made to grow and
flourish in verdant beauty regardless of
summer's drought and heat.
One of the most notable and attract
ive residences is that of Mr. E. E. Ran
som, which was the home of your cor
respondent while in the city. The site is
a hillside and embraces a solid squaie
facing the East. The house is situated
on the highest ground, and from the
front piazza to the front gate there is a
succession of terraces which are wrap
ped in a mantle of green, while the
level walks between the terraces are
covered with white gravel and present
a pleasing contrast. Evergreens of dif
ferent varieties abound and over and
above all.the native oaks affording grate
ful shade complete the picture oue of
The churches of Atlanta are a nota
ble feature. They are numerous and
many of them of imposing exterior.
Their tall spires rear loftily in all parts
of the city and add greatly to tne pan
orama which is presented to the view
from any elevated position. The in
terior of some of these churches is also
worthy of admiration and comment,
especially that of the First Presbyte
rian and the new Episcopal (not yet
completed), and the Catholic Cathedral.
The sessions of the General Assembly
were held in the former. It is a hand
some structure to look upon from with
out, but its chief attractions are within.
There is a departure from the ordinary
right angle Corners, and graceful curves
are substituted with pleasing effect A
handsome reading desk is provided for
the preacher, only slightly elevated,
while the pews rise in graceful eleva
tion from the pulpit to the rear of the
church. The church is handsomely
Didn't Get the Breeches After All.
A colored man walked into Latta's
store yesterday morning, at an early
hour and as all of the clerks were busy
at the time, he began looking over a lot
of clothing, and just at a time wherhe
thought no one was looking he saw the
very pair of pants that he wanted and
in a twinkling had them carefully con
veyed to his bosom and his coat but
toned over them. He strolled about for
a time and then concluded to walk
around awhile and come back to
make his purchases. He was accosted
bv one of the clerks as he started out
of the door and on the clerk insisting
that the weather was too warm to be
buttoned up that way, he bolted and
ran, the pants dropping to the ground
as he started. He has not been back to
the store, nor to the city either, it is
safe to say.
While Other "Folks" are Now Sowing
WE ARE. ALREADY BUSY
While a-Good Many Merchants are now Arranging the
A Poorly Filled Special.
Conductor John Fink brought in
Captain John Dodson's train Thursday
nfght, Captain Dodson being detailed
to run the special train between Ral
eigh and Chapel Hill, last Thursday,
on the occasion of the commencement
at the University. The day was ex
ceedingly disagreeable and Tainy and
but a very small crowd left Raleigh.
The special was made up of ten cars
and only twenty-one passengers were
aboard when it left Raleigh, but o
course this number was increased along
the route. There was quite a good
crowd in attendance from the first to
the last of the commence taent and ev
erything passed off most successfully.
But for the rain of Thursday there
would have been 500 visitors from Ral
If Nearly Dead
after taklnc? aome hlehlv miffed nD fctufl. with long
testimonials, turn to Hop Bitters, and have no fear
ot any Kidney or Urinuary Troubles, Brtghts' Dis
ease, Diabetes or Liver Complaint These o".s
eases cannot resist the curative power of. Hop Bit
ters; besides it is the best family medicine on
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AND SETTLING DOWN TO A "SUMHIEU SEIGEOTE.TBtEII GOODS AND
TO PERHAPS BEMOtJRIt their SLUGGISHNESS,
WE HAVE ALMOST COMPLETELY DISPOSED of OUR
two nnnm wwi,
And hence we announce with Just pride that Apr
In PlnevUle, May 80th, Bevt
united In matrimony Mr. B. .
Julia Crowell, all of PlnevUle.
G. s. Boblnsoa
drier and Miss
In this city, on the 2nd lost, Mrs. Clariste Mo
Carver, aged about 66 years.
The funeral services will take place at her resi
dence on Church street, this evening at 4 o'clock.
Friends and acquaintance are invited to attend.
Left Yesterday Evening for Eastern and Northern Markets to Place our Orders
TJATVTHTT J 11ITATTTJD
;ton Factory ruiiMLLaupiiUM wjuiw
fsmA ; n anKH noil rnlnr a VflfV
A few days afterwards, when he had crejJtaDie piece of workmanship and is,
Hornet Company, No. 1.
At a regular meeting of the Hornet
Steam Fire Engine and Hose Company.
No. 1, held last night, the following new not want any 8upper and would be glad
partially recovered himself, he spoke of
the matter to a friend, who sympathized
with him and proceeded to tell him how
Colonel Scoville, who runs the Kimball
House, in Atlanta, and who is to open
thsBuford House, in Charlotte, was
was taken In. A man arrived at the
Kimball.one night and informed the
clerk that he was not feeling well, did
members were added to their roll: E C
Worthen, H.C. Morrow, W. M. Boyd,
W. Bernstein and C. Wilson, Jr. With
this addition the Hornet Company has
57 active members
to have a room at once. Quite eariy tne
next morning the electric alarm con
nected with the room to which the
stranger had been assigned seemed to
ho nnrhiiv aaiTated.' A boy was at
A resolution was unanimously adopt- sent and returned, saying that
ed thanking those who kindly contn- thQ man up tnere wa3 raising the devil
buted eatables to the banquet for our
visiting firemen on the night of May
20th; and a special vote of thanks was
passed to Miss Gussie Boyd for floral
Hotel Arrivals Yesterday.
Central Hotex-J P Reid, Ander
son. S C ; D Jones, Rich'd L Hicks, - Jr,
T-v nlr o I A HOSK1UB. J "
about somebody robbing him.and want
ed to see the proprietor immediately
Some thief had stolen his trousers and
all the money he had about him. The
boy hunted up Mr. Scoville as soon as
possible, and it took that gentleman a
good half hour to calm down his guest
and persuade him to accept a new pair
of trousers and say nothing about it.
"KeeD auiet. my dear sir, only keep
w w"Mnnri c7s C oaeld, G S quiet," beg86d Mr. Sco, -Ml 'house
ver, nwiuuiRuuii,' , ,a mAOr nf t.hpm havine
TTnnston Davidson college; vieuigoxv lsiuuui yw, - ; a
UrtL N 0;B H CheSter,N mney and valuabUs about them and
C : J B Cook, Washington, v ;
IF YOU WANT FRESH
GIVE US A CALL!
FjQ Bunchei'Asplnwall Bananas,
OA Boxes Imperial Oranges, -
FJQ Boxes Fine Messina Lemonfl, 3 v q
2Q barrels PlcUetrf . - rrtC
Backets Best Refined Lard.
FINK lot Canvassed Smoked Tongues,
JIW lot Canvassed Hams. ,
JjBESH lot Breakfast Strips,
and tnauj other fiesh Goods,
CALL AND SEE US, WE JIJ2222 Sl2'
On consignment, to be eold'fmrae
TTniWrT. Baltimbre ; W 8 Dodd, Cincin
nati, O.; W T Harris, Wadesboro, N C ;
LC Robinson, Salem, NC;.R C Ross,
R M Miller, K C. - .
CHAlRLdTTE Hotel AH nedgecock
Kernersville; HKMoss, PinevillejJ
W Stepheiison, Monroe ; M C Stephen
son, Taylorsville; FP Wyche, Thomas
villfl; M Brown, Wilmington; J F
BiLincolnton; R B WeHdington,
. ... t-. T-r
J Watt KirkpatncK, J n juujic
ty ; A O Beanmont, W J"Wayaide, Fla. ;
J V Query, S J McElroy, Harrisburg;
J T Riverside, Montgomery, Ala. ; W
W Kirk, Richmond; L B Ellis, Central,
S C; A L Waterman, Richmond; E C
cm,rf TniRville: R L Greenlee, Nash
ville ; H K! Develine. Pensacola, Fla ; J
H Tremble, Laurinburg; JGdnr'
Wilmington ; Jno F Leeper, Garibaldi ;
S O Beard, Mt Moure ; C K Golding,Va-
it this were to get out it would empty
thAnlacein a day." After a time the
nanr irormp.Tits arrived, and as Scoville
came down stairs with tho man before
breakfast, they first walked into the
office, where $83.50, the amount claimed
to have been in the stolen trousers, was
counted out and placed in the lattei's
hand, with the request many times re
peated, "Don't say anything about this,
for Heaven's sake."
About 10 o'clock the same morning,
as it was afterwards learned, the gentle
man who had dined at the Markham
House on the day previous came into
'the office ot that hotel.and with a with-
I understand, the product of home tal
ent The deliberations ot tne Assem
bly were highly entertaining to one like
myself, enjoying, for the first time, the j
privilege of being a member of that
honorablebody the highest of our ec
clesiastical courts. There was much
important work done and I trust that it
was well done, xne suoject wniuu elici
ted more general interest than any
other was that of fraternal relations
with the Northern Assembly. This
question has been agitated by preced
ing assemoiies aunng psl yeaio, um
hitherto no satisfactory adjustment had
been reached. It was evident early in
the session that there was a strong under-current
running in that direction
and that this sentiment would ulti
mately secure decided action on the
part of the Assembly, Such was the
final result. As a basis for fraternal
correspondence, a paper which was
considered mutually satisfactory, was
adopted by both assemblies, only two
or three votes in each body dissenting.
The labors of the Assembly in Atlanta
ended Monday night, and the closing
hour was one of intense interest. The
church was crowded with those who
were anxious to witness the dissolution
nf thft hodv and the farewell addresses
piacrerlv listened to. and the gene
ral handshaking that followed made it
a time long to be rememDerea oy some
of us at least. x.
it ia puRfimarv to sDeak of the gene
ral appearance ot the members of
hnrfh pnnrts as a "remarkably fine
iiHncr hndv of men." &c. I will not
fni in or in tn usual strain out uiy wui
ment is that very few if any General
Assemblies have had so many young
preachers, the majority of them perhaps
being under middle age. The elders
were more mature in appearance and
many of them looked as if they had al
most reached their three score and ten.
But among that class were found some
who, like myself, might pass for very
young.- So that we presented the ap
pearance of an Assembly well assarted,
representing youth, mature manhood,
and venerable fathers grown grey (and
some bald) in the service. Our moder
ator, Dr. R. KrSmoot, deserves special
mention. He is well known as author
ity on parliamentary law, having writ-
IF0E SAIL IE.
BY Virtue of a decree of the Superior Court of
Catawba county, made In the case of P. C.
Shufordand others, plaintiffs, vs. A. M. Powell
and others, defendants, at Spring Term, 1882, of
Catawba county Superior Court, the undersigned,
as Receiver, will seU at public sale, at the Long
Island Cotton Mills, on MONDAY, the 3RD DAY
ot JULY, 1882, the foUowing valuable Property,
The' lactory of the Long Island Cotton Mills, to
gether with 16 acres land. Including the entire
water power of seven feet head, factory building
60x40, two stories high, flouring ana saw mms,
store and cotton houses, blacksmith shop and five
tenement houses, and the following machinery :
1 picker, 1 88-lnch double beater and tapper, 6
36-lnch 14 top flat cards, railway bead, 2 drawing
frames, 6 deliveries each, 4 ring frames (Brides
berry make), all In good order, 2 Danforth cap
trames, 132 spindles, total number spindles 810,
1 Travis card grinder, bunch and baling press;
also a large lot of old looms, pumes, snarang,
Ac. . , . . .
For more accurate ana aenniie aescriyuuu uj.
the property and the conditions ot saia saie reier-
ence is hereby maae to me aecree aoave rmerrcu.
TEH MS: Twenty per ceni 01 purcuuso
money cash and the balance in equal in
stalments of three months and six months,
bond and approved security required of
purchaser, or the Beceiver is Dy saia jjecrec au
thorized to vary terms to suit, purcnasers. ine
Receiver Is also authorized Dy saia uecree vo ueu
said property at private sale, upon such terms as
shall be agreed upon between him and purchaser,
and he will entertain prlvnte bids until day of sale.
Persons wishing to examine said property will
BDd Dr A. M. foweU and Mr. Levi Shuford on the
premises, either of whom will take pleasure in
showing the same. Address
JOHN L. COBB. Beceiver,
Jun3 Llncolnton, Lincoln county, K. C.
FAB AHIAD IN THE BACK. WS MBAN
THE COMING FALL. In the meantime the remainder ot our SUMMER STOCK Is offered to the pub
lic, who wa know by past experience, is not slow to appreciate that we are
HEADQUARTERS FOR THE GAROLINAS.
Laundry Hands Wanted.
I Want 8 more first-class shirt ard fine dress
lroners, 2 bosom, collar and ouff polisher, 1
Outer and 1 starcher, for which good wages and
steady employmeat will be given at the Charlotte
bteam Laundry. B. N. SMITH.
f f nrp a bunch of Keys one large and
VJJ O JL """one small bras key and lour or
five steel keys. Reward if left at ,
jun3 It THI3 OFFICE.
We Will Offer a LARGE Assortment of
OLD POINT COMFORT,
situated 100 yards from Fort Monroe. Open all
the year. Equal to any hotel m the U. 8. Sur
roundings unsurpasseu. tsamiDg, uoauug, muui(
and driving specially attractive. Pre-eminently a
resort for bouthem people. Terms less for equal
accommodations than any reson in me cuuuirj.
Climate free lrom Malaria; and tor Insomnia truly
wonderful In Its soporinc eneci. eena lor cireuiar
describing hyglenlo advantages, etc.
maylo am h a umaua rnuj.puj j. ivy
ering glance at the clerk, handed him J J published a standard work on
ai ami nailed for a bundle thai, ne naa
left there. The clerk meekly received
the money, delivered the .bundle, con
taining one pair of trousers, and the
stranger went straight to the depot,
where he bought a ticket and departed
for a distant cityt
nnite naturally Mr. Scovme usea ev-
oft -r. to discover the thief who had
a nf his sruests, and after a
N eigWorhood ? Notes.
Cabarrus iaTpreparing for the open
ing of the campaign. iwmoou roWiea 0ne 01 JJJ " SewlSto to tendered to and bee
mary meetings are to be held on the time he relied the story confidenti the General A
the subject. From his "ipse cmt you
would not expect many appeals w w
made. I believe there were only two
during the entire session, neither of
Ttrhinh wan anntained. He ha3 a large
fund of humor and pleasantry, and the
nf his nowers in that direc
tion make him a general favorite. His
nftia imnmmntn sneeches. several of
whif.h he was called upon to make,
nf t he kind. On each of the
coKHatha sTwuit. in Atlanta nearly all
S57w .n Hi county convention to to Mr. nuft pf the Markham House,
Aunu - 1 ' Aina' TT nfr hart
. 4.4-xthar1inr.riCLCUUVCUliuu hrrvincr Tfir a 11LUD ou'"
BlflUl UWCKv . I tr a
meets on the 24th inst, in Concora.
Our weekly exchanges nave dropped
the big strawberry agitation and are
howunnitig on the cereal samples.
o.wi inches and
- 1 A A
been a little asnamxrui. muisoii i
having refused to trust a man who so
promptly parted with his apparel, and
who so promptly paid up the next day.
nnt Seville's fltorv set him to think-
Have lust received a large supply of
In all size packages.
fnftv-two grains; to theiiead,istbe kind &mn comparing notes they came
t r: . -v,ci farm era have 4. v rtn.inR?nn that tne man was a
OI WUCOU " . ... I -" """.
beeti'tattug to the Concord editors.
muJontiowV Watchman has been
. . it.,
r Nt.i-3 -
TBADE AND COLIME.8TBT. A
getting atasteof NihiUsmand canjiow
8 Jlw.- fniiv witli the old.
Czar who lives across the water. Last
- j anwiB teekless person
put a charge of dynamic
barren placed.it near the -Watchman
office and fired it. i 9"- "Tv'
but damaged the surrounding, property;
in Monrbe aDd the Express aaya jhat
chickens and eggs can hardly be got for
invAnrrooriey. ' '
was tarinY9t Wattous m
Zk& Scainft across a lot of old
ftealed between the wevner uuiuiu
abut try ing l oIe the mystery, but
began todrsrjoBe of the, shoes at 25
cents per pair. - '
sharper.They aiso concmucu wd,
nothing about it; but such things
don't keep worth a cent, you know.
.Colonel Scoville and the Charlotte
fcntfiiisr. exchanged greetings by tele
Nail Mills Closed.
wtmT.TTWfl W.Vi.Jane 2. All the
nail mills of the city shutdown yes
terday and expect to remain closed f( r
an indefinite period.
ilortford'fl AId Pkpli Xlver
nd Kidney ...Troubles-.
DtO G CTLLSX. Boston, says: -1 nave usea u
.ttndMir Nandrtth the most remarkable
lucsTlKptfa wTd tnU oses where there
umekmmt and Kidneys." ;
' n.iB7 niaesaie.'DIfibctee. '
BAwsre of the stun mm IloDt, Bure Sr.
dlilsr otoer se,Klaney.prm
.Mthey only relteve for a Uroe and
iBion Hod Bitters, the only remedy that wlU
S &f permSly cure you. "'"
Semoves tteeause of disease so eft ectaally that it
never returns. " 1
sembly, and it is hardly necessary 10
say that we were favored with some
nronhincr. Dr. Girardeau, Dr.
Farris; Dr. Bmoot, and Dr. LeFerre,
were among the poptiTar preachers and
they all had crowded churches. There
ia anma nrnhahilitv that Dr. Smoot will
be called to the Central Presbyterian
church in case Dr. Boggs goes to Co
lumbia Theological Seminary.
In conclusion, let me say, that the
members of the General Assembly are
keenly appreciative of the hospitality
of the people of Atlanta, and, we do
not know any more appropriate or
higher encomium to pass upon it than
to aay that it is truly Southern. We all
have very pleasant recollections or At
lanta andher kindness to the Presbyterians.
II AY, BRAN,
And In fact everything kept in a
Immense Reduction Will Prove a Gift 1 People.
TO SECURE A GOOD v !
BroroBr aujm uro iboV8pmhm Watm aito
mIml The neat tonic and alterative contains
rwtctMmuchlrori and fifty percent morealum
ir .rl vC- itainm uid iwwi mass" known.
JuTtoTKlnT 'for Se "spring weakness" now m
eeneraL Boll by all druggists of any standing.
prices reduced one nan.
. smile A sain on Sle
sighed Tom to Ids beloved. He-knew not what
- ,o- a Aharm In his eres. Her teetn.
bT 80ZODONT which she had used
hiwi did his business. She lield her
lover hy vtrtae of SOZODONTi
m I m t ' T
Many a merchant of brilliant faculties, has been
.Mn rinwn m career br paralysis of his nerves.
, f. i out m the rate of Ufa. Such unfortn-
.hnnit ha treated with Dr. Benson's Celery
and Chamomile Puis. Restoration is probable.
DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY.
To the Stockholders
OF THE NOUTU 51AIH. Irr
AND GOLD MINIJtO COBIPY,
A General meeuiis oi uio bwuuiwiuwb w w
airSpas been caUed by the Pre
dent and Board of Directors, and will be held on
sltoaay.toeluth day of June, 1 882, f aneU's
BtoteliHlgh Point, Guilford county, North Caro
ttal! at 8 o'clock p. m, for the purpose of ratify
tag andconnrmlngail the previous acta and pro
eeedings of said company, its stockholders, offlcers
Md directors transacted br TMJp
consUtmlon and by-Uws, In the drj ot Baitlmpre,
to the State ot Maryland, and for ttrMslon
of such other business as may be brought before
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