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DAILY GHA ILL OTTE OBSERVER: StTND A Y , J UNB ii 1 88 2,
ClIAS. R. JOXES Editor andProp'tor.
. 0.. AS SBOOmCUJi SUTTWB.1
Don Cameron, of Pennsylvania, has
put his war paint on, and says "d n
em," when discoursing about the Inde
Tbe Georgia peach takes precedence
now. Yesterday a thousand crates were
shipped north by express, which were
followed by some car loads by freight
The Atlanta Constitution says more
reapers have been purchased in Georgia
this yar than the entire cotton belt
possessed one year ago.
There seems to be a run of Inventive
genius on car-couplers just now. There
are several new contrivances reported
from this State, some of which have
been patented, and the remaining States
and Territories yet to be heard rrom.
A report comes Irony nnsyWania
that the Democrats intend ttrnominate
iim TTweoek for Governor. He and
Jivfm Klaek scent last Saturday and
tnflm in New York: and
?vrf over the situation.
That Mriadkal story aboil fflar
milDoM.of ttoUarlinln Holland
wmitmf tir be claimed by American
beiis. is brooght to the front again
-nis time it is $33JD00jD0O. which some
body has a dead sure thing on.
Secretary Folger has issued an order
prohibiting smoking., in the reasurj
buildings at Washington, at the request
of the. lady employes, who couldn't
stand the elondskf smoke that the male
employes were constantly making.
-They seem to be fixing up an alibi for
the Malley boys, charged with the mur
der of Jennie Cramer, at &ew Haven,
Conn. They may be innocent of that
crime, bat they will carry through life
with them the infamy of having ruined
that poor, pretty, giddy girl.
CIVIL SERVICE REGORM.
We have had much cant about civil
service reform, and every Republican
platform that has been adopted within
the past six years has had more or less
to say about it. Mr. Hayes went so far
as to issue an order upon the subject,
which never received the slightest at
tention, while the party resolution
drafters still kept it prominently before
the public that they were in favor of
civil service reform. Within .a week
Gen. Curtis was arraigned before court
in PhlladAlnhia and convicted on a
charge of receiving money from govern
meat employes, which money was paid
as an assessment for political purpose?
But nevertheless the work of as
sessment goes bravely on, and the em
ployes, of the government In the depart
ments at Washington and elsewhere
have been notiued that they will be ex
pected to contribute the amounts de
manded of them to meet expenses in
the eomlng congressional campaign.
To decline is to invite speedy removal,
and rather than subject themselves to
this they pay, though many of them can
111 afford to do so. These invitations to
pony up are not confined, as we remark
ed above, to employes at Washing
ton, as the following circular sent
to a postmaster in a neighboring town
will show. It speaks for itself and
shows how the Republican executive
committee are taking time by the fore
lock: ' ,
: Headquartebs, V )
Republican Congressional coacrf
Washington, May 15, 1882. )
Sir: This committee is organized for
the protection of the Interests of the
Republican party in each of the congres
sional district ox me union, in order
that it may prepare, print and circulate
suitable documents- illustrating the is
sues which distinguish the Republican
party from any other and may meet all
all proper expenses incident to the cam
paign the committee reels authorized
to apply to all citizens whose princi
ples or interests are involved in the
struggle. Under the circumstances in
which the country finds itself placed,
the committee believes that you will
esteem it both a privilege and a pleas
ure to make to its fund a contribution,
which, it Is hoped will not be less than
8 . The committee is authorized to
state such voluntary contribution from
persons employed in the service of the
United States will not bepbjected to in
any official quarter. : '
The labors of the committee will af
fect the result of the Presidential elec
tion in 1884, as well as the congression
al struggle; and It may therefore rea
sonably hope to have the sympathy and
assistance of all who look, witli Uread,
upon the possibility of the restoration
of the Democratic party to the control
of the government
Please make prompt and favorable
response to this letter by bank check or
draft or money postal money order, pay
able to the order, of J. A. Iltihbel, act
ing treasurer,!'. O. L jck box 589 Wash
ington, D. C.
By order of the committee,
p. B. Henderson,
M eiicaa Cavalry" Sarprise aad Cttptare
MlBdJu Camp., -
' IteNim'OoUjaMiBtlie Times'
Sant,,Fe ? correspondent siys advices
from Chibnabuaijrepdrt that General
FeereroAwithOO Mexican cavalry sur
prised a band of Renegade- Apaches
neaif Bosqne Deflantlago May, 25th and
whipped them unmercifully, killing 87
and captnritfg lo tacks and Aha entire
camb' outfit, including sa cattle. The
i Mexican had killed, w 14 wounded;
TheAosittes artf tW totfferily demor
alized to raid again for;Bbtne time to
come. . ,.
What lie Wilt Do.
J ' Wilmington Star. , . ;
0 WWiiliain Johnstoo, will meet at
Raleigh Jane 1,- organize and nominate
AU! feColOnil W imam Johnston.
Auuvvvuuvur vouuilMlf MAIS MKfVoVuv'
a.1 M a a . a . w r .
again retire to private life. 1 , ...
The Boston PdsE notes "tnei fact thai
1 one of the exUa ol the, present GDneres-
sional session is absenteeism. The yeas
and riywer called 15 times Inlhe first
avipf thfltpreaerit month. The
; average numoer , oi; inft BDsetiteea t
these IS calls at Ida teak and. ukvi ara
.lt .4X8. , Tbia 15 Alvefeentot a House of J
. -. 291 members. UQ re of tuese roll calls
th abaen tees umbered 144, 145, 159,
. . . 179 find 187. If this is tbe record that Is
. beiDgmade, raTrentlemen-bad tetter
"" V hseaA In " tbelr' real ffr.atIon and absent
1 i "i1 stbdilyCi'B PlnXhar, , s Tegeiabla jCompoond
and Blood Purifier ars prepared at 233 andiS&S,
Western Avaana, Lyna.ltass. i Price of either, tl.
Six bottles tot as. Bent by tnaQ 1 the form of
pills, or ofsogansea. on reoeipt of prloe, ft pe
boxtoacaet. lIr,J?lnhham freely answers all
lettWl of taanlry. ZatiDH 80 stamp. Send for
tusfblet, VeaUoa tbit pnxfav
The com men cement exercises at the
State University took place last Wed
nesday and Thursday, in the presence
of a large assembly from different por
tions of the State. The feature of the
first day was the address of Hon. W.
M. Bobbins, the orator of tne occasion,
who was felicitously introduced by Mr.
A. W. Allen. His theme was "The
work to be done," which was addressed
especially to the young men of the
South. While pointing out and paying
a just tribute to the excellencies of the
Southern system of society in the past,
he also noted its defects from which
the weakness of the South sprang in
the clash of strength against strength.
He called attention to the want of me
chanical invention, thrifty field culti
vation, and popular education in the
past as some of the great defects grow
ing out of the past order of things and
then gave the young men the follow
ing piece of advice which abounds in
solid chunks of wisdom:
Again our system engendered a false
sentiment concerning the dignity of
labor. It belongs to you, young men, to
eradicate this idea that lias so paralyz
ed os." All our men of worth and merit
come from the homes that taught their
sons to dig and delve, "to suffer and be
strong." Another hindrance was the
lack of general education, the great do
mains or Lne planters rendering il im
possible for public schools to thrive. It
the general education, and you most
not delay. Gems and precious stones
are being digged from our mines and
polished to outshine the jewels of royal-
nT . 1 1 , 1 . V.
ty. vtnen snau wo uegiu uj iwuu wkj
priceless wonn 01 liiosb lmeuecwuu
diamonds which we are leaving neg
lected, unpolished and unset. Uur
roung men are ana nave Deen too pro
essionaLfclt is true that our profes
sional men have done nobly for our sec
tion, but the masses were not eaucatea,
the resources were not aeveiopea, anu
when we came to the struggle for the
mastery, we went down, for "Heaven
helps them who help themselves." The
arguments 01 lawyers, uie prayers ui
priests, the enius of statesmen could
not avail us then. Bread, munitions
and ships were the essentials, and we
had them not. In vain the dauntless
boys bared their bosoms, for it was but
to die. A few remain to cry aloud to us
to awake, arise and shake ofE our lethar
gy. Pull down your idols, throw away
your false pride and develop the re-
SOUrCoS Ul J uui cyuuu jr. oucut juuug
5 entlemen, is the picture. I haveen
eavored to show you our errors that
you mar profit thereby. Learn to work.
Don't all rash to the professions. De
velop the diversified interests of your
country. I honor the professions, yet
I warn you that along their shores
there lie many a stranded bark and
wrecked life. Yon have a special mis
sion in life, and if you do not perform
it the world is wor8tf"1)yrfc-- Work is
the true path of honor- The broadfield
of high literature, thenoble profession
of journalism bid you enter.-, We. need
more manufacturers, skilled mechanics,
scientific farmers, machinists, finan
ciers, engineers, great merchants, wri
ters, journalists and educators. To
these, young gentlemen, I would urge
you. If you. would be great, do noble
end great deeds. I want you to be great
and can give you no better advice than
to walk the path of duty. - Away from
public gaze, in some back laboratory or
workshop you find the men who move
the world. .Let, then, your motto for
life be that of the grand old blind King
of BobemU"Iehdienw gofortlrto be
servants of your country's glory. .
Mr. Bobbins address is spoken of as
one otrare excellence "n&jras univer
In the: afternoon the Baccalaureate
sermon was delivered by Dr. I. G.Arm
strong, from Eccl. 4, 28: "Strive for the
truth unto death, and the Lord God will
fight for thee ;" which was a masterly
In the evening there were orations by
the representatives of the two societies,
wboefetntrodriced by President Bat
tie in! the following order:
Mr; Livingstone Vann, of Florida,
subject: "Florida"; Mr. John W. Hays,
J r, Oxford, N. C., subject: "A Plea for
Freedom of Thought and Discussion";
Mr. Turner A. Wharton, Greensboro,
N. C, subject: "Peace Victories of the
Nineteenth Century" ; Angus R, Shaw,
Robeson. N. C subject: "Lafayette, a
Friend to American Liberty; Thomas
Radcliffe, Wilmington N. C, subject:
"The Trader-Union"; J. T. Strayhorn,
Hillsboro, N. C, subject: "Southern De
velopment." Thursday morning, notwithstanding
a heavy rain, Giraid Hall was well
filled, many distinguished men being
upon the stage. After an opening
prayer by Rev. N. II. D. Wilson, D. D.,
of the North Carolina Conference
President Battle announced that the
speakers of the Senior Class who were
to compete for the gold medal to be
given to the best orator, offered by the
heirs of Willie P. Man gum, were pres
ent. The report of the committee appoint
ed by the board or trustees to investi
gate the condition of the University,
and its mode of instruction, was then
read by Colonel Steele, chairman, which
showed everything to be in a satisfac
tory condition, after which the ora
tions of the contestants for the medal
were proceeded with in the fol
lowing order: Mr. Jonathan Worth
Jackson, of Pittsboro, whose subject
was "The Relation of Law to Justice
in American Society." Mr. Allen T.
Davidson, Asheville; subject, "A Plea
for Reform in Federal Taxation." Mr.
Emlle A. DeSchwelnltz, Salem; eub
j act, "Legislators and Legislation."
Mr. David 8. Kennedy, Magnolia;
subject, "Modern Culture."
Mr. George Gregory Wilson, Greens
boro; subject, "The True Hero in the
Light of History."
' Mr. Frederick Noah Skinner, Eden
ton; subject, "The Inter-Oceanic Ca
nal." Mr. Alexander Worth McAlister,
Asheboro; subject, "The Philosophy of
Mr. unaries O. Worth. Wilmington:
fceJRelatlons of the Executive."
Mr. Albert Sydney Grand v: Oxford
f object, "Conization hnd Poverty."
j.PMwin jvnaerson Alderman, Wil
..; r w subject rKrae tower."
Tdfhlrn was fncaded he-pafmnd the
nonon 01 uie oratorical cbntiiti
Thto closed the exercises of the morn
log and the afternoon was gl?en to the
wardtag of Jinedals, degrees, &c- and
the reading of President BattleTlaiw
f? rWWrV'f Jlfil) r summarized the
worn or tBeriand g f the re.
"""! TEGltEESMli'p j
The foUowing degrees were tilien con
ferredi --- ., v roi.;:il j .,r t
The degree' of D D ntxSn nT .nohrh
Bariell;6 Welgtilrlief , F IWck
wellot Iredell county: B
Sample, of Salisburr. r 1 1
degree of LL D iiFbn Hon Geo
DayU, of Wilmington Hon Thomas t
aingman, of AsbevlU. .
The degree of A M, In courff upon
Ref DA Long, president of Graham
Normal College; Dr N M Ferebee.
United States Navy.
The degree of M S upon A R Ledoux,
A M, Ph D of New York.
The prizes, worthily won, were then
awarded, as follows :
The representative medal. Mr J T
Strayhorn, of Hillsboro.
The Willie P Mangum medal for ora
tory, Mr E A Alderman, of Wilming
ton. The Chemistry medal, Mr E ADe
Schweinitz, of Salem.
The Mathematical Prize, offered by
Dr Phillips' sons, Mr J L Love, of
Cleaveland county. " -
The English Prize, Mr J R Henning,
of Scotland Neck; honorable mention
to Mr B C Mclver.of Sanford.
The prize for Materia Medica and
Therapeutics, Mr James M Reese, of
Yadkin county. '
THE WORK GOES ON.
The JIoBse Proceeds With the Contest
ed Election Farce and After Several
, Hypocritical Speeches by Republi
cans on the Sacredness of the Ballot
Gires the Seat to Lowe.
Washington, June 3. House
Immediately after the reading of the
journal the House resumed considera
tion of the Alabama contested election
case of Lowe vs. Wheeler, Wheeler be
ing accorded the floor to close the arg
ument in his own behalf.
He reviewed the facts in the case
and deduced therefrom the conclusion
that he had been fairly and honestly
elected. He then yielded to Springer,
of Illinois, who contended that if Lowe
were to be seated it would be upon tis
sue ballots, and gave notice that he
would offer a resolution recommitting
the case and instructing the committee
to ascertain the number of tissue bal
lots cast for either party and report
who was elected, after rejecting all
It was a serious matter for honora
ble gentlemen voting to seat a man up
on tissue ballots which could be read
as well on one side as on the other. If
ever there had.been a fraud perpetrat
ed on the ballot box that little ticket
was that fraud, and in order to seat the
contestant 1,204 of them must be count
ed. Calkins stated that though he had
carefully examined the case he had for
the first time to-day heard of tissue bal
lots. They had not been mentioned in
the pleadings or arguments before the
committee on elections.
Barrows, of Michigan, criticized the
action of the Democrats upon the con
tested election cases, declaring that the
Forty-Seventh Congress would pass in
to history as one in which the Demo
cratic minority sought by means hith
erto unexampled in parliamentary
practice to prevent the House from ex
ercising its unquestioned constitution
al right to judge of the election of its
own members. It looked to him as
though it were a well organized plan
on the part of the Democrats under
the leadership of the gentleman from
Pennsylvania, (Randall) to prevent the
unseating of Democratic members
from the South regardless of the means
or methods by which they were declar
The Northern Democracy realized
that without the solid South it was
nothing, and the South could not be
kept solid by honesty at the polls. It
looked as if the Southern Democracy
had served notice on the Northern
Democracy that unless it stood by
members sent fronrthe South the part
nership would be dissolved. He then
proceeded to read extracts from South
ern journals urging the Democratic
DHTty in the-House to exercise the pow
er of the minority to the utmost in or
der to prevent the ousting of Southern
members, and declaring that any fail
ure to stand shoulder to shoulder with
Southern Democrats would weaken the
party in the South if it did not knock
the bottom out of it altogether. That,
he Insisted, was the order that had gone
forth and was the true reason for the
In conclusion he appealed for an
honest ballot and a fair count The
Republic could withstand the shock of
revolution, it could overcome the in va
sion of a foreign foe, it could endure
the murder of its executive, but it could
not long survive the assassination of
its sovereign win at the ballot box.
Against this high crime aimed at the
nation's life, he entered . the nation's
eternal protest (Applause.)
Hazelton, of Wisconsin, demanded
the previous question, pending which
Springer moved to recommit with in
structions and placed his motion in the
form of a resolution and preamble. The
preamble sets forth that a number of
so-called depositions offered by the con
testant were never certified and did
not show that any of the pretended
witnesses were sworn and that some of
the depositions had been changed since
At this point Reed, of Maine, object
ed to the further leading, claiming that
the preamble was merely a speech, and
made the point of order that it was not
proper to oe incorporated in a motion
to recommit. In arguing his point of
order he stated that the allegatioos in
the preamble were untrue and that the
resolution had come in under false1 pre
tences, Iriasmucb as the gentlemen
from Illinois had merely given notice
that he would move to recommit' with
Randall, of Pennsylvania, said tat it
was but due to the gentleman from Il
linois (Springer) to state that the pre
amble was not drawn up by him Dut
was placed in his charge af t r he had
concluded his speech.
Springer declared that he had acted
in perfect good faith and that if the
gentleman from Malne.fKeed, insisted
to the contrary he was acting without
the .slightest foundation. If; be were
the honorable gentleman that he
(Springer) had always regarded him to
be he would in the face of the House
and the country withdraw the intima
tion of bad faith and falsehood. "Does
Reed: MHe does not"
After a further running fire between
Springer, of Illinois, and Reed,Jof
of Maine, in which the former accused
the latter of acting an ungentlemanly
part in charging another member with
improper motives, and the latter saylngj
he was willing to assume the responsl-
oiuty, ine previous question was caned
and Lowe declared entitled to the seat
by a vote of 149 to 8, and was sworn In.
The'Repfibllcani fprofess to bq strong
three well-known prohibtUonists, viz
. ii. Planning,
rE. E. Green and W. H.
Waddelr. Green made speeches in favor
of prohibition, Waddell voted for the
bill both iii the legislature and at the
polls; and 'Sheriff Manning was a pro
nounced advocate of the measure.
Green ,ad Waddell,, both prolblUoii
lstl, arecuTlotisly'enotiglwihei Itepub
lican candidates for the House of Rerw
resentates. j ;( :.
1 slight Waol J, blatxf
Beware ot the stuff tht pretends to cut these
diseases Or other serlons Kidney, Urinary or Ltwi
ansesies,as iney oniy relieve ior at time and
manes yen isw tinesiwo ve anetwardst out rely
solely on Hop Bitters, the only remedy, that wilt
surely and eeraanenilr etue yon it destroys and
remoTSstbeeatue at disease so efieotbaUi that U.I
HiK Th arroat
tonle and.AUavattt eontalni
Iwloe ss much iron and fffty
and ncy per sent, more alum-
tnum than any
"alum and iron mass" known.
Just the thing for tha "spring weakness'' now so
st the thing ij
nerai. Bold by aU druggists of any standing.
Prioss redueed on half.
Salisbury Examiner: Henry Walker,
colored, convicted last Tuesday of burg-
lary, and sentenced to the penitentiary,
assaulted and severely kicked Mr. Good
man, a witness in the case, as the de-
Euty sheriff was conveying him. Wat
er, from the court house to the jail.
He made an effort also to break away
from the officers? at the jail.
The Reidsville Times suspends pub
lication for one week to enable the
editor to go out and collect dues enough
to meet his current obligations. Reids
ville and Rockingham ought to do bet
ter than that for a paper that is work
ing so hard for both, as the Times is.
The keeper of an ice cream saloon in
Greensboro, named Dudley, a man of
fifty or more, and father of a family,
was arraigned last Friday on a
charge of taking improper liberties with
a little girl nine years old. He admit
ted having kissed her. but swore it was
only in a paternal way. He was bound
over to court under a bond of 8500.
We are informed that Mr. O'Neil, of
Holly Oak. Mass.. while Drosnectinir in
the neighborhood of King's Mountain,
one day last week, found a crystal
which has been pronounced to be a
diamond of great value. He thinks it
is only a fragment of a larger stone
that now lies secreted in the earth near
the spot where he picked it up. He
also discovered a verylrich fjold vein in
the same neighborhood. Mr. O'Neil is
prospecting for a Northern Company
of capitalists and he is said to be a good
judge of minerals of every discription.
Smile A gala on Me,
sighed Tom to hla belored. He knew nut what
gave her such a charm la his eyes. Her teeth,
preserved by SOZODONT which she had used
from girlhood, did his bastness. She held her
lover by virtus of 8020JPQ8T. :
Many a merehanTof brilliant faculties, has been
stricken down in career by paralysis of his nerves,
and Is left oat In the raee of life. Such unfortu
nates should be treated with Dr. Benson's Celery
and Chamomile Pills. Restoration la probable.
If Ncswljr Ded
after taking some highly polled np ktnff, with long
testimonials, turn to Hop Bitters, and have no fear
of any Kidney or Urinnarr Troubles, Brlghts Dls- 1
ease. Diabetes or Liver Complaint These dls-!
eases cannot resist the curative power of Hop Bit
ters; besides It la the best family medicine on
The frrends and acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs.
G, 8. Johnson are respectfully invited to attend
the funral of their infant son from their resi
dence, on ropiar street, between 9th and 10th,
id is aiiernoon at o o ciock.
, PKaCHBS, ORANGES and LIMONS, at
S. M. HOWELL'S.
IA CT -n the n'rht or the 20th of May,
iVJC 1 between Wadsworth's Livery Sta
ble and Davidson College, a Gold-Headed Cane.
with the Initials ' N. B B " on It. A reward of $5
win oe given lor its return to
Jun4 Bt THIS OFFICE.
ATTEND the regular monthly meeting of your
company, Tuesday evening next, at 8 o'clock,
at Pioneer HalL Bveiy member Is urged to be
prewnl as business of importance will be trans
acted. By order of
W. E. CULPEPPER, President
W. B. KtTD Secretary.
A BE hereby notified to attend an important
8ft o'clock, at the Pleasure Club Booms.
By order or the r resident,
C. M. CRSSWELL.
an4 It Secretary,
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sawii tbe teeth will not band, break off, or torn back,
iron pollers throughout, ornsh strong made, with
adjastable boxes, east steel Journals and two belts
. one as sach end-ensuring oool bearings, fall toeed.
and steady motion, (only Qla la market having this
Improvement.) Extra large shafts to saw and brash
cylinder Strong iron tram beet materials, tape
rior workmanship, fln finish.
OrXorsBrora Olns have been sold during the past
three eoaaoni than any other two maket combined. Xr.
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d complete. We keep the best Goods made, will sell them at the lowest possible Drtcea bjmi o-,,
a full line pf Goods pt all grades, and of various styles and prices, being Well adaptodto tb wfS?fb?Stl!.rctton to
us & call and satisfy themselves of the troth of oar assertions. m " want of bo Ji the ctty aod co
Oar ritock Embraces
We lnvlbe ail to give us
grogs and gXedicitus.
FRESH MERAL WATER
Both Foreign and Domestic,
rrom Saratoga Springs, it. Y. A new water re.
semDimg ine imported vicny. Beeommended
aa an antacid; cores dyspepsia, aids dlges-
Hwn, js a powerrm ionic ana strong
Hattorn Natural Mineral Water,
Beeommended very highly as eatharttc and al
terative and tn an forms of dyspepsia.
g CASXS OONGBJESS WATK&,
0 CAB1S BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
f A CASKS BUFFALO LTTHIA.
,' - And a full supply of
Hanyadi Janos Waters.
TUK UT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Do8i-Awm glass full before breakfast
The Lawarf "Hunjbdl Janos. B&mn T Jat Af
firms that Its richness In aperient gaits surpasses
that of all other known waters."
The British Medical JcurmA "Hnnyadl Janos.
xne most agreeaoie. saisst, ana most emcadoas
rmj. vvxftov, ueran. "inrananqr good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof. Bamberger. Vienna. "I have Dnsarlbed
these writers with remarkable success.'
Prqf. scamoni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
Prqf. Lander Brunton. JL D., F. R 8., London.
- More pleasant than us
rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy."
Prqf. Aiken, M. JX. r. M. B.,
Royal Unitary Hos-
pitai. Metier. "ireierrea to
ruiina ana raea-
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
North Tryon St, CHARLOTTE, N. C.
dont go to Saratoga
When 70a can get water tost as fresh and spark-
nng as wnen n nows rrom toe spring at saratogi
We receive this water m large block On reservol
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. J. H. hoadxh.
nroggm ana caemw.
Prescriptions Mietolly prepared by experienced
day or night.
Ton will find a choice and complete stock of
PURE I FRESH DRUGS,
Colden's, Leibig's Liquid Extract
I BEEF and TONIC 1XVIGORATOR.
CIGARS 1 TOBACCO,
THE TINE8T SELECTION in the CITY,
ndndlng the famous LA PAREPA brand of Cigars
Chemicals and Toilet Melts,
an assortment, and everything generauy kept m
first class ;
special anenoon given 10
day and night. Satis
GIVE MS A CALL.
Corner Trade and College Street
Steiaway, febber, Decker Bros,
Hi INKS and GATE CITY
NEW YORK. PIANOS. It Is conceded, lead the
World. I am agent for all the celebrated New
York makes and 'SELL THEM AT FACTOBT
Do not be fooled by flashy advertisements.
bat give me a trial be
fore you boy and I will
show you that I ean
distance all competi
tors, both in prloe and
terms, AU I ask Is a
Mai and this eaneoet
yea nothing, while n
may he tha mea- of J
aavlng you a great deal
: tn tin InawhawTif
to seU 4t
on or address
Loek Box274, JNO. B. EDDINS,
" .-.ii J( voBTioqe.xt.
A LLpsresWiM,ta the elty ofjCnarlotta
3-..o fax,adl afl pereoes. botfies
tottttoead eeemoMta, who ownwaavejoantrotof
tarabie property In the cit$n the flrsg of June,
2, are hereby notlfled towrtiirn to w, any
sUsakte4 reaer.bettraHisaiitVn Jnl
nd Iffmnaianit r-tWiilii.ia an til TT. M.
IMwirureo ) iorj) cure or Mmt mmm
, sPeteJsawJ JatoV4s)fcEeMafj sTreteVslvtwlsBwBsV sMsd
OR. WAMO CO.,
it r hj
5 W L
-TO OUR STOCK OF
SPRING AND SUMMER
3E5. RAMKIM BRO
WE HAVE STOPPED SELLING
SUCH ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES
Tha UwPubUe camiot Pe5e!vtheDlflerenee. A beautiful stock of
We hare added to our rtocfc a fun line of
Cents' Cassimere Suits,
I WHITE "VESTS
ALSO A LARGE LINE OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
8ueh as Scarfs, Ties, Suspenders, Gloves and Silk
CLOSING OUT AT
HASOflflO TEMPLE BUILDING.
: ' .; !
States ville, IN". C.,
i ? ii J! A m.
a I OH rilE HOST FAVORABLE TEB1HS
JOBBERS Iff THE COUNTRY. THEY WILL. BE GLAD TO
, i ftCIOTE PBlCEf TO THE TRADE.
""HSU' "' i i . ;i ' : : ,.:.:,
AMERICA STILL FURTHER AHEAD)
nn n n m n mcrpnra
THE BEST THREAD
VAJ UlbLbU LUJIAJLM U UVS
Awarded all the Hone
Tvo JGold Illedals and the Grand,Friz5e
&ip?'tlie Trade! bjK r xf f 'A ) ? q
ji-s ... . r
' J. - f T I - Hi'
onTia stEBALBMrrr ooDoalla Camt
CXlABaVayrtTE, N. C.
mmmy . y J
J r u.tTwmjtr of Qiadofta.S. ai
All ebrrespohdatMSWCl reeetv pwnpt mUm
Ejtfbh "mm I rt FtlnI ra.vChirwui; i, ct
rM-a J.uonl i , i-Htr . ii. ti., li-n. W. f.
bfukui. z-Ju bujirem a Wrt Kottli tmreilnm,
AT COST. BUT OFFER GOODS AT
all mti mw
Parlor ft Chamber Suita.
We have added to our stock a full line of
Handkerchiefs. Ladles' Drees Goods and Parasols
REDUCED PRICES. d
AW D, IW, COMPETITION WITH ANT
& COia Charlotte, N. C.
F U R TJ ITU RE,
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rrmn niNrn ttt fin i 1TT
f-. yiiM,i'iiii,i..,irfivi' . ii'i Li's wf
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