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CHARLOTTE, N. THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1882.
Fegram & o.f
H AVK A PRETTY LINE OF
GENTS' and LADIES' SLIPPERS.
PEGRAM & CO.,
Have the Best Stock of
Gents' Hand-Sewed Shoes
IN THE STATE.
PEGRAM & CO.,
HAVE ALL KINDS OF
Childrens' Shoes and Slippers.
PEGRAM & CO.,
-KEEP A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF-
Truoks aud Valices
OF ALL PRICES AND SIZES.
PEGRAM & CO.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FINE STOCK OF
i I , Felt midtrav Hats
Of the Latent Sty Us.
Of tie Latest Styles.
PEGRAM ,v CO.,
CAN SUIT THE R
With any kinds BOTF and 8HOKS THKT WISH,
PEC RAM & GO.,
K&EP aLl. KIND4 OF
Shoe Dressing French Blacking
PEGRAM & CO.,
Can supply j on with the
BEST BRANDS and LATEST STYLES
Ladies' Misses and CMIgWs Shoes.
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6 I tf
jS j.B3 nil KM
A LOT OF NEW
All the Latest Novelties.
Another lot of Hoop Skirts from 40c to SI.
Mohair and Linen Uistnrs In all S'yles. from $1 25
to 87. Largs stock of Lace Cattalns and Cretons
ver cheap. Our remnant stock of Hen's and
Boys' Straw Hats will be closed out very lo.
Tbe attention of Housekeepers is called to
a good assortment of Cane Matting that we are
selling at reduced price to elose out.
At this season, various diseases of the
bowels are prevalent, and many Uvea arc
lost through lack of knowledge of a safe
and sure remedy. Perky Davis' Pain
Killer is a sure cure for Diarrhoea, Dys
entery, Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Summer
Complaint, etc., and is perfectly safe.
--Head the following :
Batkbkidgk, N. T., March 52, 188L
ITCBBT Davis' Pain Kjli.fb nner failt to ajford
tnttont rein for cramp Mid pain in the stomach.
TXioho-lvillx, N. Y-Feb. a, 188L
The very bett medicine I know of for dysentery,
cholera morbus, and cramps in the stomach. Have
used it for years, and it is ur cur every time.
Julius W. Dee.
MorftoovA, Iowa, March 12, 188L
i 'I have used your Path Ktt.tct In severe cases of
cramp, eolic.&ad, cholera nicrbosAnd it gave almost
Instant relief. L. . Caldwell.
Cabnksvillx, Ga., Feb. 88, 1881.
For twenty years I have used your Pain Killeb
. in my family. Have used it many times for bow si
complaints, and it alwaut curt, would not feel safb '
without a bottle in the house. J. B. Ivm i
i Baoo, Mt, Jan. 22, 18SL )
Haveiiwd PebbtDavis Pain Killbk for twertt
years. It is . r, and reliabl: JJo moth'"'
should allow it to be out of the family.
-fi. I. Nates, i
Onuba, N. Y Feb. 19. 188L '
Ws bean usmpr it over thirty years ago, and it
always ari ves immediate relief. Would hardly dale
to (jo to bed without a bottle in the house.
W. O. Bpkrby.
CotrwAYBORO, R O., Feb. 82, 1881.
IT early every family in this section keeps a bottle
In the house. Pa. E. IIoeton.
V. 8. Consulate,
CRrvii.r, Rhenish PBUssrA.'Feb. 8,1881
I have known Picket Davis' Paxn KrrXTjt almost
irom me aay it was introau
and after years of
lis nreaenee in mv
pbservation and me I cegard
Bousenoia as an
I. a PoTTKB, U. g. OonsnL
I had been several day suffering; severely from
CiarrhaB, accompanied with intense pain, when I
tried your Pain Kn.T.EB, and found almost instant
relief. v H.J.Koone,
tl TSarrrxmrK Btt.TjOndov, Enq.
During a residence of twenty-three years in India,
I have given it is many cases of diarrhoea, dysen
tery, and cholera, and never knew it to fail to give
relief. ' . . B. Clasxdqe.
No family can Bafelr be without this
invaluable remedy. Its price brings it
within the reach of all.
For sale by all druggists at 25a, 50c
and $1.00 per bottle.
PEEBY DAVIS & SON Proprietors,
S Providence, B. L
sept dtw sept & oct
Native Mineral Water!!
IrcnmiCT!! InrliffPsnATi rnpnin I lVfif
A 1 DUVVUllS. 1UU1&VUUVUI 1VIWU IV.)
ronlTl)larrho3i and Dysentery, Skin Diseases,
Scroima, unromo meumonia, etc.
I. nouufnl lUuctlu lBwllk.1111 la ANTT-
WKibTiT.iiittiaihrti Uuoil wKftlflnatfa f mm
f.. p .jm .. ... ........m 1
eminent physicians in oar pamphlets. ,
NO ABT1FIOIAL O ASI3S OR 8AIL.XS.
" rAMa"nOd "VofriSol of at - Art fmm thA
V riMMWI. p lip ...I. - www, "
Sprlnn.vt?Wcli saw beautifully located In Rock
bridge coonty,'Vai arepen lor the reception
t visitors Irora JUDerrsr to October 1st, each
jour, tycMiiK7t . '
n,;L iu,T,u unit Mfofl Hv Tir T TT Mo.
TkKBR ma Dr. T. 0-. SMITES Charlotte, N. C.
LINKN HAND?ERCHIKF3 at 10c. '
' i V i H09IIRY KBOM 5c up,
FAN3 FROM 24fec up.
1 i . c, &c, c.
it m VARIETY STORE.
UNDER TBADBUS' NAT. BANK.
Lightest Running and Beat Sewing Machine In the
: tTZ. Send lermi ana rnot. m
T. L. Se & Co.
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NEWTON NORMAL SCHOOL.
The Second Annual' Session Opens in
Catawba College Buildings, June 21,
1882. ' ' '
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1832.
Education is a science. Teaching is
a Drofession. .Normal bcnoois are a ne
cessity. The days of "school keeping"
in education and of quackery in medi
cine are past. The legislature or JNortn
Carolina established Normal Schools
for professional training of teachers.
There is great lack of efficient teachers
in our public schools, rue biace cans
upon her sons and daughters to conse
crate themselves to tne mosc nonoraoie
and sacred work of educating her chil
dren. She expects the North Carolina
corps of the grand army of teachers to
do their duty, to become proficient in
their art, to be workers who need not
be ashamed of their work, but rear up
a generation of intelligent citizens who
will be the glory of the common weaitn
The Normal School for the Piedmont
section is located at Newton, the county
seat of Catawba, at the junction of the
W. N. C. &a&tL.ii.K'8.
No charge is made for tuition. Dor
mitories in Catawba College buildings
furnished with bedstead, mattress.table
and washstand can be rented at a mere
nominal price. Rooms unfurnished
can be used free of charge.
can be had in town at from $8 to $10
per month. Those who wish can occu
py dormitories in the college and get
board near by.
It is hoped the railroad authorities
will grant commutation tickets to those
attending Normal. Apply to the rail
County superintendents of those
counties more accessible to Newton
Uian any other Normal are cordially
invited to attend and are urged to insist
upon those who expect to teach in their
respective counties to attend also. The
State superintendent is urgent and so
licitous that these officials be zealous in
promoting the success of Normal
Schools and professional training of
TIIK COURSE OF STUDY
is intended to furnish instruction on
What to Teach aud How to Teach, the
Matter and Method of Human Culture.
The former will include recitations and.
crass anil in orinograpny, reading ana
elocution, language lessons and gram
mar, arithmetic, geography and map
drawing. United States history, pen
manship, vocal culture and music. The
la! ter.distinctively professional courses,
includes lectures on the art of school
management and methods of instruc
tion, together with daily discussion and
criticism on recitation and topics con
nected with science of education and
art of teaching.
It is recommended that those attend
ing the Normal will brine with them
such text books as they have. Other
necessary books can be procured here.
MODEL PRIMARY SCHOOL,.
Mrs. J. A. McDonald, who has ac
quired a well-deserved reputation for
successful work in the Raleigh Graded
School, will have charge of the model
school. This will afford a constant ex
emplification of a well organized and
well conducted primary school. Pro
vision will be made for teachers to wit
ness and study this practical illustra
tion of good school woik.
The board is allowed the use of th
philosophical and chemical apparatus
of Catawba College. They have also
secured for the use of the Normal Ap
pleton's New Reading Charts, Harper's
Charts for Object Lessons, Orrery and
Tellurian. ? -: ' " 1
LECTURES AND LECTURERS. .
Prof. Kerr is expected to deliver a
course of lectures ,on the Geology of
North Carolina. State Superintendent
Scarborough will visit and address the
Normal General Clingman and other
persons of note are expected to favor
the Normal with addresses and lectures
from time to time.
M. L. M'Corkxe. Ch'n.
J. A Foil, Sec.
Board of Managers for Newton Nor
J.. ScARBtRotGH, State Supt. Public
N. C. English, Greensboro, N. C, Su
perintendent. W. T. R. Bell, King's Mountain, N.C
Professor of English Grammar and
Elocution..- ; i . th
P. Matt. Thompson, Denver, N. C,
Professor of Arithmetic
Rev. J. C. Clap, Newton, N. C, Pro
lessor bf 'Orthography and Reading.
r'! Ttertys. iA; 1 Foil, Newton, N; C, Pro
fessor of Algebra and Geometry.
4 W. A. Wilbo'rn, SalisHnry.N. C, Pro
fessor of Geography and History.
V. It. Evans, Professor of Vocal
Culture and .Music, . ! 1
Rev. G. Dicke Gurlev, Pennsylvania,
Professor of' School Economy "and
Methods of Instruction.
Mrs. J. McDonald and daughter,-Raleigh,
N. C, Teacher Model Primary
!, - . 1 ;
$400,000 in a Cave.
St. Louis Republican.. , . -
iJBCrutchfieldi a trusted correspon
dent, writing to the 'Republican f rpm
Galatin,Tenn,, says: Mr. D. K. Spillers,
a prominent rirerchant Of Gallatin, and
Majof W. S. Manday, while exploring
the cave recently discovered on the
farm of Colonel James Alexander,
which for the last .rive years has been
the rendezvous of the James brothers'
gang of outlaws, discovered a large flit
rock in one of the chambers, and think
ing that some of the secrets of the gang
might be hidden away under it removed
jt with great4 difficulty, when to their
utter astonishment -a iarge cast; iron
sugar kettle, filled with specie and jew
els of various kTnds, met tlreir view.
They could hardly believe their senses,
but finally managed to examine the
treasure and found that thefe as over
400,000 in specie, besides numerous
gold watches, rings, diamonds and other
jewelry of great value. Major Mundaj
guarded the great treasure while Mr
Spillers hastened to Gallatin, and sechr
inshia horse ancLwagoa returned 'as-:
soon ,as possible to the cave. They.5
placed f,he kettle ana us contents in ute
'wagon and drove rapidly to, Gallatin
jtnd at once deposited their treasure in.
the tnnltser the Sumner Deposit Com
pany. The greatest excitement preyailsr
4ind'the" jSumnec. Guards have been or
dered to the cave to prevent a hungry
horde of curiosity hunters and treasure,
Beekers from completely ransacking: iV
This is the second lot of -vahiables
found in the cave since the death s of.
Jesse James. Thousands of visitors
have been denied admission by Colonel
Alexander, and it is only , by strenuous
efforts that any portion of its' ' contents
are spared from seekers of mementoes
k A 'considerable portion of the jewelry
is in the original boxes as they left the
- . ... . 1 I tt-
at the Wtst,
ask AI watch
bears the inscription of Joseph Groter,
Natchez. -m las j ana a pair or Draceieis
are. Marked Mrs :WLJJohn3on,(NatcBeiv
Miss. 1 Marlt others ar marked ia full
and willbe returned to the owners, pror
wifAAha ran he found and lean Drove
. jii rean Vr sent a trreat many oi ne xoroier
lot to several parUea in various portions
'Ot'tneTUnUea eteB'k -iinwr xpira
' thoughtother.TTaluablesf foay stUi; be
r Mddeq in theaTe; :
iewelers. and contain, tne
Snlf ftfe'ft Ifew id theT E
How They Are Ranked in Products
and Yaloe in this Country.
jmew iobk, june 4 iNew lork is
the greatest manufacturing city in the
Union. Philadelphia is relegated to the
second place, tnougn its capital invest
ed in manufactures $171,000,000 is
86,000,000 more than is credited to New
York city. In number of establish
ments New York has 11 A62 and Phila
delphia has 8,397. The amount paid in
wages during the census year was: New
x ork, 3593,370,000 ; Philadelphia, S60.600.
000. The value of the materials used in
the industries was: New York, $275,
000,000; Philadelphia, $187,000,000. The
value of the products was: New York,
$468,000,000: pnuaaeiphia, 306.69l,000.
The largest single item of manufacture
in .New 1 ork is that of men s clothing,
the product of which for 1880 is valued
at $60,798,000. Meat packing is the sec
ond largest industry in New York city
us product ior iu Deing $29,297,000.
printing ana puonsning snows a pro
duct of $21,696,000. The cigar product
is $18,347,000 ; tnat or renned lard is $14,
758,000, and sugars and molasses, refin
ed, $11,330,000. In Philadelphia the lar
gest single product of manufacture in
value is sugar and molasses, refined,
The third manufacturing city is Chi
cago, with 3,479 esiablishrjaents, having
a capital of $64r06o0ob, paying $33,000,
000 in one year in wages, and whose
product, in 1880, was $241,000,000. The
leading manufacturing industry is meat
packing, whose product in the census
year was $85,000,000. Brooklyn i3 the
fourth city, with 5.089 establishments,
paying $27 000,000 as a year's wages, and
the value of whose products is $169,000,
000. The leading article is sugar and
molasses, refined, the product of which
in 1880 was $59,711,000. Boston ranks
fifth on the basis of the value of the
manufactured product, it being $123,
000,000 men's clothing and sugar and
molasses, refined, being each $16,000,000.
The sixth city is St. Louis, with a pro
duct of $104,000,000 of which $13,759,
000 is flouring and grist-mill products.
Concinnati is the seventh manufactur
ing city its product in 1880 being $96,
000,000. Baltimore comes number eight,
with a product of $75,000,000. Pittsburg
is the ninth in rank of manufacturing
cities in the value of its product which
in 1880 was $74,000,000.
The Proposed Removal of Jefferson's
Mr. Jefferson M. Levy, the owner of
Monticello, near Charlottesville, Va.. is
a practicing lawyer in New York city.
He is quoted as saying to a reporter of
the New York Tribuue in reference to
the proposed removal of Jefferson's
body: "The epol where Jefferson was
buried was selected by himself, and
there are peculiar reasons why his
wishes should be respected. When
Jefferson and Dabney Carr were young
men tney made an agreement that
whichever of them should die first
should be buried by the survivor under
a certain oak tree at Monticello, which
was a lavonte with them both. Dab
ney Carr died in France in the time of
the revolutionary war. and, after the
war was over, -Jefferson, in accordance
with his agreement, had the body of
Carr brought to this country and buried
under the oak. When Jefferson died
he expressed in his will bis desire to be
buried in the same secluded spot beside
his friend. He also left directions as
to the monument to be erected over
him. His wife aud children were buried
in the same plot of ground. The Ran
dolph family have used it as a burying
grouud ever since. Monticello was
bought nity years ago by my uncle.
Commodore Levy, who thought so much
of Jefferson that he expended $40,000
for a statue of him in Washington. At
the time of the war the property was
confiscated on account of the loyalty of
the owners, and it was involved in liti
gation after the war. A bill has been
passed by Congress appropriating $10,-
000 for the repair of the burying ground
ana the erection or a monument to Jef
ferson. Mrs. Meckleham is an old ladv
nearly 90 years of age. 1 think it is a
speculation on the part of the cemetery
to get the body removed there from the
place where Jefferson himself wished
to be buried. Although the ground has
been out of the possession of the family
for fifty years there has never been any
objection until now."
Gov. Cameron, of Virginia, has been
interviewed with regard to the proposed
removal of the remains of Thomas
Jefferson from the present burial place
at Monticello to a Washington ceme
tery. He does not believe that the de
scendants of Jefferson, who have natu
ral control of the matter, would ever
consent to disregard the dying wishes
of their great ancestor as to his place
of burial, and he has no doubt that the
feeling of all classes of Virginians
would be outraged by serious dealing
with such a proposition. Gov. Came
ron was notinformed whether the State
of Virginia had any control of the mat
ter, but he thought not. He said, how
ever, that it the commonwealth had
any authority which could be legally
wielded by himself as Governor, he
would never consent to the removal of
Mr. Jefferson' remains.
The Death of Garibaldi,
There has been no other life within
our time so picturesque as Garibaldi's.
From the age of twenty-five, when he
came under the influence of Mazzini,
and was shortly after condemned to
death for a conspiracy against the King
of Sardinia, almost to his last hour he
was continually fighting with his
sword when he could, with pen and
tongue when no opportunity offered for
the bolder weapon. It mattered com
paratively little in what part of the
world he was fighting, provided it were
on tne side or, noerty. . in Tunis, in
South America, in Italy or in France,
wherever there was a chance to take; up
arms. against tyranny, Garibaldi was in
the lreui. lie oore a good deal ot ire-
semblance to the-prof essional soldiers
ot Italy in meda?val times, only that he
did not tiireout his services for money.
He fought for an idea a hasty and
even a.perverted idea it might some
times beb.at Still essentially noble, i
Tire vicissitudes of this long and
4.roubld4ife make up a story of singu-
lar-F emance." At one time the honored
gtresfettf a fereatnation, at another mak
ni'arMti "m"lah obscure American
viflaeeirjmw n prisoner in his island
Ufcoineind again greeted-with glad ac-
claim ln the capital of his country
Garibaldi has touched the depths of 6b-
aemritv and the hefsrhts of fame. But
.in the history of modem Italy bis place
i8T(weii,eswuiLsaea. . ilia was not tne
?ODtrQHing-mind in the movement for
talian unity. but he wag one of the:ac-
trre:?a"gents; ; perhaps ! the most active
agent.' -in erxeetme tne results which
statesm erf, like ' Mazzini planned and
Jd&d'.; i he
was not even a great warrior, lie was
an agitator anda fighter, and he wai as
ready to agitate r fight at tbe wrpng
timfr aiFttfc'the right time. Alonei he
emild have accomplished illttle : but he
had het good, fortune to Jive at a time
wnen ims --energy, nqurage, uis.eu-
thufllasmLand ; bis "absolute devotion
were of priceless service to his country,
'4nd on! the; roll of Italy's heroes will be
written hhrh 'up the name1 of the touch
bid patriot who breathed his last Friday
Tevpnin(g i&fflB own aea-gin capreraj
JtamnM Liver Regulator, acahe offers fQu so tne'
COUUierieu WW A suuiui pwhhiiih uaurainuu
says nt dthe same thing 'or Just as good,'? ask
him hi motive tot not Ktttnc too the terrain e
nmnarslion in Whits Wrapper, with red Z thereon
PMnaredljy J BUZalltn &Co.v The only object
anch a dealer can hare Is the fact that be makes
haa-extra-t 25 eents per bottle profit by selling a'
cheap and counterfeit article which may do you
The Florence Nightingale of the Kinery.
The following is an extract from a letter written
to me (ierman Reformed Messenger, at Cham be rs-
Jast open the door for her. and Mrs. Wlnslow
will prove the American Florence Nightingale of
the nursery. Of this we are so sure that we will
teach our Susy to say, "A Blessing on Mrs. Wlns-
luw-- ior neiprag ner vj survive ana escape tne
Kupmg. coucamg ana teemmg siege. Mrs. wins-
iuw-8 ooocmng syrup relieves tne chua rrom pain,
and cores dysentery and diarrhoea. It softens the
gums, reduces Inflammation, cures wind colic and
carries the infant through the teething period. It
penorms precisely what It professes to perform.
every part of It nothing less. We have never seen
airs. Wlnslow know her only through the prepa-
ra-uuu ii aer "dooming ayrup ior unudren Teem
ing." If we had tbe power we would make her,
as sue is, a pnysicai saviour 10 me iniani race.
so:a Dy au aruggists. 25 cents a bottle.
Mow Shall She Preserve Her Health
One who has long Investigated this subject gives
the result, and Is happy to say that It is found In
Woman's "Best Friend." It Is adapted especially
to that great central, all-controlling organ, the
nuuiu, KtnicctuiB lib uuuruais. ana curing aiij ir-
uuu.u a a ujiuii wguiaiui OUU ll&O VIHUU Ml
whites, and In sudden or gradual checking, or in
entire stoppage of the "monthly courses," from
cold, mental trouble, or like caoses, by restoring
ftrfldfl.lri'a VAmfll. llnnnUU. 111.. - .n
uu iuwuu uuGuuKD iu every instance. 111 enrome
PSUtM OA nftan Moil IHnn I n ..Iaam.Iak .lkl. a
wwvu, u.ivu avouiiuia iu uMniouuii, AaiuiJS V-
the womb, its action is prompt and decisive, saV-
'-uo uuuwuuuuu xxvui uuuiueriCBS evils sua
Atlanta, Ga. Price: trial sixe, 75c: large size,
Whate'r besides you chance to want.
Ne'er fall short of 80ZODONT,
But keep it always in your sight,
A source of beauty and delight.
To cleanse your teeth till with your smile,
The most fastidious 70U beguile.
From the Toledo Blade. I
OF EXTRACT OF CELERY ArfO
CHAMOMILE UPON THE
NERVOUS SYSTEM and DIGESTIVE
As I a variably Produced by Dr. C. W.
Benson's Celery and Chamo
They have been tested time and again, and al
ways with satisfactory results. This DrenararJnn
just meets the necessities of the case. Let me
state just what my Pills are made to cure, and
what they have cured and will cure: Neuralgia,
Nervousness. Sick Headache. Nervmia natulan
Dyspeptic Headache, Sleeplessness. Paralysis and
Dyspepsls. These diseases are all neivous dis
eases. Nervousness embraces nervous weaimARa
Irritation, despondency, melancholy, and a rest
less, dissatisfied, miserable state of mind and
ThA.A AFH AATTin nf thA CI TYW Inm a n
ness; now, 10 be fully restored to heauh and hp-
iMUBss is a priceless uuuu, aoa jei, ior 50 cents,
jou csn satisfy yo'T8elf that theie Is a curs for
you. and for &. at the ver? furthest that.
be fully necured. These Pills are all they are rep-
reseijieu 10 us, beq are guaranteed to give satis-
lacnon it usea hs direct ed ana will cure any case.
fold by ail druggists, fna, 00 cents a osr.
Depot lOrt North Sutaw s reet, BalUmore, Md.
Bv mall, two Doves for SSI . or s y hnvsa m- v cn
w w .. - 1 wwu v& tfUaWVl
to any address.
s s 3 s
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUCH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASES OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLES and
TENDER ITCHINCSonaUpartaof tbe
body. It mttkea the akin white, soft and smooth.;
Mmevea tan and freckles, and la the BEST toilet
dressing to THE WOBLD. Elegantly put np, two
bottles in one psoksfe, oonsistinK of both, internal
and external treatment.
All first olaaa druggists have it. Prioell. per package.
C. N. Crlttenton. Sole Wholesale Agent for Dr.
C. W. Benson's Remedies, 115 Fulton street. New
LYDIA E. PINK HAM'S
Is a Positive Core
For all these Painful Complaints and Weaknesses
so common to oar best female population.
A Medicine for Woman. Invented by a Woman.
Prepared by a Woman.
The Great Mt Eedleai DtiMTsry Slaes the Dawn of History.
tylt revives the drooping spirits, invigorates and
harmonizes the organic functions, gives elasticity and
firmness to the step, restores the natural lustre to the
eye, and plants on the pale cheek of woman the fresh
roses of life's spring and early summer time.
"Physicians Use It and Prescribe it Freely."
It removes 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 cored by its use.
For the ore of Kidney Complaints of either sex
this Com do ad Is nnsurpassei.
LTDIA E. PTJTKHAMi BLOOD PURIFIER
will eradicate every vestige of Bumors 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
xt 233 and 23S Western Avenue, Lynn, Hasa. Price of
either, $1. Six bottles for $5. Bent by mail in the form
of pills, or of losengea, on receipt of price, $1 per box
for either. Mrs. Pinkham freely answers all 1 etters of
inquiry. Enclose Sot. stamp. Send for pamphlet.
No family should be without LTDIA E. PIXEHAJTS
LIVER PILLS. They eure constipation, biliousness,
and torpidity of the liver. SS cents per box.
jS38old by all Druggists.- O)
iRU1T i r.ser.at v . 're 2-.c pickge will pre
X" str t 2 poui ds o lruit. For sale by
It. H JUbDAN & CO.,
may2U Tryon btreet
TOOTH SO p Jw bery and Brown's Oriental
Tootri Paste and fozofior.t; f t sale by
H. H. JOHDAN ct CO..
m: y!fi Druggists.
COLOGNS Is the best; for sole only by
tt. H. JOHDAN & O.
A FRESH SUPPLY
OF Mlsalssqaol, Tin ported Ylchey, Apollmarts,
H i thorn and Congress Water. Just received bj
& H. JORDAN & CO.,
may 2 3 Drnggl ts.
TONIC Elixir, Iron Bitters, Hop Bitters. Hoe tet
ter's Bitters, Fellow's Compound 8yrup of the
Bypophospbltes, Horsford's Acid Phosphate, a
full supply at K. H. JOBDAN 4 CO.,
CONSTANTLY on hand the finest Green and
Black Teas, for the retail trade.
. v-J .ti i.. t , fJi B. H. JOBDiN ft CO ,
may26.: . , . , . Tryon street
' A ND Bath towels, for sale br 1
iV. B. H. JORDAN ft CO..
;- maj28; - ' .. Druggists,'
WB KEEP 1
rHS Best 5c and 10c Cigars. - :
-V . , B.H. JOBDAN ft CO
maj26 Druggists, Tryon sfroet
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
niEUD and MM STMCK of
At extremely low prlcas. The handsomest ailk Umbrella ever shown at 58. We will close our stock
01 nne MackanaW dtr&W Hata at less than ManiifnAtnrnrs' nrlnu rwint rnml atat a,rin
SSS5!?.1 i!?'." Dress ols, Summer Silks and Ladies' and Genu' Hosiery. We still have a good
ime Of Ladle8'. MlSSeS and Hflntn' TJIW OliartAHut HKnaa rul aitnna III Vk. mmwm Vh.
cheapest stock of Laces and Ladies' Neckwear, In
vumesuc at, iuc; Lawns rrom evic to 12Vc; Bunting
PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
ti-Jix i " - .'nniLr,ai
H I ssjTrnrvnfmr riMttll I 11
- "t"'""i jEjili i 'c""-iiii 1 .
WslCiT-g2tt' V- M ."iilS3
150 ORGANS 150
FORTY MULES LOADED WITH MUSIC
ENOUGH TO COVER THE 40 ACRES.
f he Pianos and . 0'fgaas
MUST BE SOLD,
AND IF HE IS NOT AT
HE WILL BE AT HEADQUARTERS,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
He is Bound to Sell. Ask His
(GlLEKl ILPIM SFBH'KfiS,
THIS a'tractive summer resort will he opened for the reception 'of visitors on the 1st day of June
The beauty of the scenery and the curative properties of the water are well known. Coaches meet
trains on the Western North Carolina Ballroad at Morganton. Dally mall and express. Board per month
$20 and $25. Address . - JOHN L PiAKSON. Proprietor,
F. C. MUNZLER
flu BerEBGT & EE2el Brew w ttmpanys
(Of Philadelphia, Pa
f i If brafed Lagei- Beer,
Ia Kegs voA BotOea. t -
. . . . ' i ....
BOTTL.Es BEEH A PtCIALTTf.
' tar-Hate Inst recalTed a staaJl lot of BOTTLXD
1LE and PORTER, nhfcfc I ott to the puWteit
i..v .... . - FBKD C KTTNZLXB .
the market A large stock of that 4-4 Bleachei
from 12V4C to 75c; Our stock Is not surpassed and
& w i ir.CTT5!TrMr
WILL BS AT
livery truss ltoatt
Corner Store and Postoffice
NORTH i SOUTH
FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS.
THE ABOVE PLACE
Price and You Will be Happy.
wienn aipme springs.
C1TAWB A. . V.
rpEX best Medicinal Knerm Waters and most
extensively fitted up place In tbe State, near
Hickory and' Western North Carolina Ballroad, is
pen for select guests.
Tor furtoCT particulars address
mayl7"tf. ' PioprieUr.
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