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DAILY CHARLOTTE OBSERVER: SATURDAY, JUISfE 10, 1882.
Index to New Advertisements.
o Ionian & Co -Med clnal Soaps. Ac
? pore - Special tr On to Davidson College.
plet lost-ee adv. .
"TV t-ui A cUietrttsem ent&.
R0YALSoT? J XI
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholef-omeness. Mure economic
tban the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weinht, a urn or ph sphate powders. Sold only lu
ov23 New York.
Sole A rent, Charlotte, TV. C.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire ,
Browns Iron Bitters
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liqfubr,
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.,O..Nov. 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 ; ,
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
biliousness, weakness, debil- r
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
liver complaints, f "kidney :
troubles, &c, and it 'never- V
fails to render speedy and
NICE LOT OF
DRIED BEEF ' ,
is. f "
Finest Canvassed Sugar toed Hams
I N THE n tllRET,
3L JL 'OB A
WE ABE RECEIVING
ice Luscious' Peaches Every Day.
Will have a Car Load of
Call on MttII
TRADE AKD'COLLEOJE JSTBEMS.". j
More Fresh Gdotls f
USfThe person who finds a plain goM
bracelet, spoken of in an advertisement
elsewhere, will get a good reward by
bringing it to The Observer office.
V3T An extra train is to be run be
tween Charlotte and Davidson College,
on the 14th and 15th, for the benefit of
those desiring to attend the commencp
nient exercises on those days.
JSP Messrs. Johnston and Miller a -dition
tcthe Metropolitan hotel is now
finished, so far as the brick work goea,
and the building now makes quite a.i
ISP" At the mayor's court yesterday
morning Jas. McMinni was fined $2..o
for loud and profane language on thn
streets. Zack Ruffin was required to
pay $5 and costs for assaulting a color
KW A dozen or more carriages were
out to Wads worth's farm yesterday.
Everybody is. bound to see that won
derful harvesting machine at work, and
to see it i3 well worth the short ride to
the model farm of the State.
Mr. J. D. Northey, of this city,
climbs over everybody yet heard from
on the oats question. He sends a bunch
to this office containing 127 headed
stalks, all of which grew from one seed.
It came from a patch of oats in his gar
den. 1 There' are two Mack Alexanders
in the county, and about the last of
May the name of one of them figured
in The Observer's police reports, and
the girls out in the country are carrying
the wrong man high. The coroner's
son Mack says he can't stand it any
longer for they are about to tease him
to death. .Mistake, young ladies, it
wasn't this Mack but the other Mack.
Polk County Convention.
The Democrats of Polk county held
their county convention on Wednesday
the 7th inst, at Columbus, and appoint
ed delegates to the State convention,
and to the Judicial nominating con
vention which is to be held in this city
on the 28th inst. The delegates to the
latter convention were instructed to
vote for Mike Justice, Esq , of Iluther
fordton, for the solicitorship of this district.
Mr. C. F. Colson. of the West Point
Rice Mills, and Dr. C. Bunting Colson,
of Charleston, S. C, are in the city.
Col. Wm. Johnston has returned
from Raleigh and looks in good spirits.
He is well pleased with the work of the
Capt. V. E. McBee, of the Western
North Carolina Railroad, registered at
the Central yesterday. He says that
his road is still getting longer and do
ing the best kind of business. Obser
vation cars for summer tourists are
now run on the road.
Mrs. S. T, Hallman, wife of the pas
tor of the Lutheran church in Concord
died yesterday morning after an illness
of two weeks.
The Democrats of Rowan will hold
a county convention Salisbury on the
1st of July, for Hie purpose of appoint
ing delegates to the State and Judicial
conventions! ' - -
The Cabarrus county Republicans
hold a convention at Concord to-day.
Mr. W. P. Snider and Miss Jennie
Holmes, daughter of Mr. R. J. Holmes,
were married iii Salisbury last Thurs
Salisbury is tiyingto get up a big
Fourth of July celebration, and antici
pating what it is to be the Watchman
remarks with gratification that "the old
patriotic spirit which burned with so
vivid a. flame in ante bellum days of
the South is still aglow." Start up'the
Hon. A. M. Waddell will deliver an
address at the commencement of the
Monroe High School, on Friday, 10th
Fans and Fanning,
It is not everybody that knows how
to use a fan, and as the season has come
when these little breeze-stirrers are
brought out and pit to general use, a
few remarks on their rae, whether in
church or at a college commencement,
will come in appropriately. Rev. Chae.
F. Deems, of the Church of Strangers,
New York, advises his flock to "take
care, how you use fans. Nine-tenths of
fanning is unnecessary. You would be
more comfortable if you would sit still
and keep very quiet. The most of fan
ning is ah expression of general fusi
ness of temper. Moreover, it may an
noy your neighbor. We heard a physi
cian say that he 'thought that a large
imounfof the prevalent neuralgia was
due to the use of farts, in church, and
fellipt on those who fanned, but upon
some of their neighbors.' We have of
ten heard the remark, I got little good
of the sermon yesterday becausejof the
lady next to-me, who fanned me until I
was almost in a shiver.' What would
you think of your minister if he should
faahimself while preaching?"
Aiding Our Mineral, Timber and Man
The Richmond & Danville Railroad
company, in endeavoring to attract at
tention to the mineral, timber and man
ufacturing resources of this section and
of the regions of country contiguous to
all of its lines of roads and to contribute
to their development, have established
a bureau of mines and manufactures in
Richmond. Its object will be to pro
cure and disseminate reliable and ac
curate information about the minerals,
timbers and other natural and manu-.
factured products of the country speci:
fled; to collect and exhibit specimens
of thoseproducts, and to furnish such
general and specific intelligence as wilf
be beneficial to capitalists seeking pro
fitatlein vestments, and tend to pro
mote the greater development of 'exist
ing enterprises. ' ... .
Captain 0.'C. McPhail is appointed
chief of the bureau of mines and man
ufactures, with headquarters in the
city of-Richmond, Va., and will report
directly to and receive instructions
fmm m flffice. All communications
in reference to mining, timber and
manuf actOfing interests should be ad
dressed or referred to him.
It will be the duty -of the chief of this
.bureau & investigate imd keep himself
fully informed, in regard to he condi
tion of existing enterprises for th&de
veTopmerit of mlne"s timbersnd nj'an
WactareSndrW tohisofttfe, from
timeto ! time; whatWrditiohal enfeour
5agement,can properly afforded them,
and to eonf erwitb tn& heads "of tht
passenlel awlireigh't fleptmentsrelat;
tlveWafljstmefiv of rater which
affect th Interests intrusted to bis
THOMASVILLE FEMALE COLLEGE
How the Commencement Passed off at
this Popular Institute.
The commencement exercises of
Thbmasville Female College were held
last Tuesday, 6th inst, and the follow
ing report of the occasion was sent to
the Observer by one of the witnesses.
The large hall was crowded to its full
est capacity and the impatience of the
crowd for the exercises to begin was
soon brought to an end, when the young
ladies marched in by twos to an enliven
ing air by Miss Brewster. An anthem
by the vocal class, and an earnest
prayer by Rev. J. J. Renn, of the M. E.
church, and the exercises of the day
were properly begun. Rev. N. B. Cobb,
of Chapel Hill, the orator of the occa
sion was absent on account of sickness,
but Prof G W Green, of Moravian Falls
Academy, filled the place admirably.
The salutatory by Miss Effie Morri
son was a fine essay, and was a jovous
welcome to Thomasville, toThomas
ville Female College and to the enjoy
ments of this crowning day of the past
Prof. Reinhardt in his happiest mood
delivered the distinctions to the deserv
ing and the diplomas to the graduated,
and then gladdened us by the announce
ment that with us he was, and with us
he would stay. That Thomasville Fe
male College was a permanancy.
Miss Beckwith, of New Hill, in a
splendid production showed us the ac
tual and the possible in our lives, and
was also the valedictorian of the occa
sion. The morning was delightful, the mu
sic charming and everybody in a good
humor. The art display was not to be
excelled. More than sixty specimens
of the young ladies' skill adorned the
east end of the chapel. These made a
display of skill and genius that was
admired and praised by all present, and
would compare favorably with any in
stitution in the South.
The final concert at night was a de
cided success. The music was conduct
ducted by Miss Ora Brewstei, who has
leen connected with the college since
President Reinhardt assumed charge
eight years ago, and Mrs. Schooler of
Virginia. The large chapel, both hall
and gallery was densely packed, a large
number finding only standing room.
The programme was well selected
and more than well carried out. It
would be impossible to mention all
those beautiful renderings. However,
a few seemed especially to charm the
audience: The instrumental duet,
"Flirt Polka," by Paul, on three pianos
well given by six beautiful young
ladies, The vocal duet by Misses Brews
ter and Meroney, was charmingly done.
But among all the instrumental pieces
given, the instrumental trio "Wedding
March," by Rumbault.cn three pianos,
was the best of the evening, decidedly.
To sit at the organ and lead and yet
manage nine young ladies at different
pianos so that not a note was lost, not
a jar or discord occurred was a feat of
both teacher and pupil that deserved
Miss Minnie Reinhardt rendered a
beautiful Scotch air in her most capti
vating style. Miss Reinhardt would
charm an audience if she had no power
of song, but added to her great personal
beauty and attractions, the rich, melo
dious voice that nature has given her,
and that art has so highly cultivated,
the effect is simply irresistible.
The vocal gave us in conclusion the
chorus, "Sleep Well," and we went
home at a late hour to sleep well and
dream of bright angels, and beautiful
landscapes and j jyous music,
Hotel Arrivals Yesterday.
Central Hotel J O Mathewson,
Miss Mathewson, Augusta; T H Can
non, Spartanburg; D C Stan back, Man
gum, NO; T M Lynch, Asheville; II
KKreibel, West Point, Pa; E R Sim
ons,rWadesboro ; Millard Wood, "Wash
ington ; Miss Jennie Little, Miss Bessie
Little, Mrs R T Bennett and 3 daugh
ters, Wadesboro ; W H Justice, North
Carolina; J A McCool, Georgia; Fred
H London, Rock Hill; P W Duffield,
New York; Miss C E Covington,
Wadesboro; CFrazer, J H Lumpkin,
J C Moore, J P Paisley, Davidson Col
lege; C E Grier, Mecklenburg; J T
Harrisj Mooresville; Jas W Ballard,
Illinois; Geo W Carr, J B Cork, Wash
ington ; V E 'McBee, Salisbury ; J C
Jenkins, Atlanta; R L Kirk wood,
J B Fox and wife, Kings Mountain ; J
C Brannon, Georgia; S R Hope, David
son College"; Percy Norton, Springfield,
O; Chas T Watkins, Richmond; I H
Myers, Norristown, Fa; D MacRae,
Wilmington; Miss Mary MacRae, Wil
mington ; Mrs W L Parsley, child and
servant, Hugh MacRae, Wilmington;
Geo E Cooper, Rutland, Vt; T M
Brown, Monroe; R L Bentley, Balti
more; E W Hovey, Stouts, N C; Ed
ward McDowell, South Carolina; T J
Shivers, Georgia; M J Myers, E B
Springs, North Carolina.
Charlotte. R L Pickett, High
Point; C 'E Sedgecock, High Point; J
D Gardner, Wilmington ; H A Bason,
C C & A R R; W S Alexander, N C;
Marshall L Mott, Statesville; W J
Blackmure, N C;TM Gerome, county;
ML Gerome, county; John W Wat
kins, Cincinnati ; A V Morris, Chatta
nooga; G G Blackburn, W W Sprague,
Augusta; C C Perkins. Union, S C; L
L Dunkirk, Jefferson, Mo; G Hamlet,
Little Rock, Ark; H G Benderman,
Nashville; M N Marshall, Staunton,
Va; F F Franklin, Norristown, Tenn;
JKJudson, Jacksonville, Fla; G G
Gray, Selkirk, Maine.
A Suggestion to the Farmers About Our
Immense Oat Crop.
Our farmers are now busily engaged
in harvesting the largest oat crop ever
raised in this section, and if they wish
to profit 'wett by if they should act
promptly. Oats In Baltimore are now
quoted at 6062if6r the old crop, none
of the new crop having yet, been put
upon the market.. As soon as this is
done, it naturally follows that the prices
will fall and. the decline will increase
as the market begins to be burdened.
The price of Mbata will eventually fall to
one half .w.batt & now, is and the chance
for our farmers is to get their" oats on
the market before the decline begins.
The sooner they sell the better prices
they wUl get; and we adfise .mlk wLo
hay.e raised mbrV oats' tBan1 they J will
need 'for domestic use, to prepare the
surplus for market and dispose of it at
as early a date &s possible When the
Wekern crop copies into market, from
all that can be seen now,: prices will al
most surely tumble. Why not "make
hay then while' the sun shines?' -
A COSTLY DRUNK.
Charles Brent and a Drummer Get on a
Tare and the Drummer is Robbed of
$345 The Cause of Brent's Capture
and Lock-up in this City.
The young man, Charles Brent, who
was arrested on his arrival in this city
from Atlanta Thursday evening, as re
lated in yesterday's Observer, has been
lying quietly in the city prison awaiting
the arrival of an officer from Atlanta to
remove him to that place. The officer
was expected to be here yesterday even
ing, but a telegram received by Chief
McNinch stated that he would leave
Atlanta last night with his requisition
and arrive here this morning. Brent
maintains an obstinate silence as to the
character of the larceny and will not
divulge a syllable, merely reiterating
his statement that "it will be fixed up
all right when 1 get back home." That
he had made a big haul of money from
some one there could be no doubt, for it
is something unusual for a "butcher"
boy to have so much money about him
as the police took from Brent when
they arrested him.
The amount found on his person
when arrested was $276, which is only
a part of the money he stole from a
friend in Atlanta, as has subsequently
been learned. The story of Brent's
trouble, as we learn from railroad men
on the incoming trains from Atlanta
yesterday is to this effect : Brent last
Wednesday met up with old friend in
-Atlanta and being strapped he asked
his friend for the loan of &10, which
was promptly granted. The two then
started the rounds of the saloons and
in the course of time Brent's friend, a
Mr. Kairns, drummer for a Louisville
marble yard, sunk under the effects of
his load of the ardent, and while in this
condition his pockets were relieved by
Brent of their contents, amounting to
$345. Brent had his friend sent to a
hotel while he continued the spree,
taking the train next morning for Char
lotte. When Mr. Kairns waked up and
realized his loss, he sought the aid of
the chief of police, who soon learned
that Brent had left on the Charlotte
bound train and at once sent a dispatch
to Capt. McNinch ordering the arrest
of the fast young man on his arrival at
Kairns and Brent are said to be old
and fast friends and since hearing of
Brent's arrest, and finding that most of
his money has been saved, Kairns has
intimated that he will not push the
prosecution against his heartless friend
desiring to let the matter drop and be
forgotten. The law, however, is not so
lenient and forgiving, and young Brent
will most probably have to suffer the
penalty of the law for his grave offence.
Kairns was in Atlanta on business
for his father and the money he lost was
entrusted to him to make some pur
chases for his father.
Brent comes from the most respect
able parentage.. He will be taken back
to Atlanta to-day, on the 1.10 o'clock
Attempt to Fire the Cotton on the De
About dinner time yesterday, when
Capt. Stitt, the cotton inspector, return
ed to his office after five minutes ab
sence, he detected an odor of burning
cotton, and looking out over the piles
of bales on the large Carolina Central
platf orm, he saw srx.oke issuing from
among the thickest crowded part of
the platform. He reached the bale just
as it was about to burst into flames, and
began pulling out the burning cotton,
and in this manner succeeded in pre
venting a fire. The first thing he no
ticed when he saw the burning bale
was the stubb of a cigar, about two
inches long, sticking into the cotton,
which was then on fire all around it.
The cigar stub was still burning when
he got it out. There can be no doubt
but that this was a deliberate attempt
to fire the cotton on the place. It
was about noon and the platform was
deserted, all the hands having gone to
dinner, and the would-be incendiary
seeing his chance, stuck the lighted ci
gar into the bale and passed on.
Capt. Stitt's discovery of the burning
bale was most opportune. It was al
most in the centre of the large plat
form upon which about 600 bales are
standing, and the consequences, had the
fire got started, must have been most
Kings Mountain High School.
The closing exercises of this school
began Thursday afternoon and ended
yesterday evening. Capt. Bell deliver
ed an address Thursday to the young
ladies society, on the "Duties ladies
owe to society and State." There was a
large audience and all appeared to be
delighted with the address.
Friday morning the contest between
the representatives of the Alpha and
the Delta societies came off and at its
conclusion the medals were awarded
by the committee, consisting of Capt.
Irwin, of Mecklenburg ; Dr. Miller, of
Cleaveland, and Prof. Abernathy. Mr.
E. T. Atkinson, of Goldsboro, won the
Alpha society debater's medal and Mr.
W.H.Hand, of Gaston county, won the
Delta society debater's medal.
The orator's medal was awarded to
Mr. Jno. F. Schenck, of Cleaveland
county. Mr. W. C. Heath, of Lancaster,
S.O., took the declaimer's medal. The
mathematical medal was awarded to
Mr. W. K. McDowell, of Rutherford
county, and the scholarship medal to
Mr. E. T. Atkinson, of Goldsboro, N. C
Diplomas in the Business department
were awarded to J. J. Crow, Monroe, N.
C. jW.W. Dodson, Abbeville. S. C.;J
B. Kerr, Charlotte,; T. S. MoManus,
Monroe ; -J. S. Prindiger, Goldsboro ; J .
WBelk, Rather ford ; J. H. Belk, H,appy
Home, N. C. ; J. Corn well, Chester, S. C. ;
G. H. Davis, Gaston county ; and W. E.
Dickey, Rock Hill.
HoKKemp P. Battle delivered the
annual address in the afternoon and it
ii spoken of as being of a most interest
ing character. He gave a graphic ac
count of the early times in this State;
spoke of the importance of an educated
system of farming, gave the teachers
some good advice and continued speak
ing on various subjects, all which he
handled in the most entertaining man
nerf or an hour and a quarter. Presi
dent Battle's speech was the closing
feature of the commencement.
When yon go to roar druggist to buy a bottle of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and he offers yon sob e
counterfeit with a similar sounding -name and
says "it Is the same thing or past asEoedy'aak
him his motive for not giving you the genuine
preparation la White Wrapper, with red Z thereon
prepared by T. H. Zellln It Co. The only object
such a dealer can have Is the fact that he makes
an extra 25 cents per bottle profit by telling a
cheap and counterfeit article which may do you
The Largest Picnic Yet.
The picnic of the Tryon Street Meth
odist church yesterday, to Walkei's
grove, on the Carolina Central railroad,
five miles east of the city, was one of
the largest and most successful of the
season.' It took seven cars to carry the
party, numbering about 350. They ar
rived at the grove about 9:30 o'clock
and spent the day in the various amuse
ments incident to such occasions.swing
ing, shooting arrows at targets, and we
fear in some cases at hearts, croquet
playing, etc. The train returned to the
city, with the happy picnicers aboard,
about five o'clock in the afternoon.
J. A. West, a member Of the Cincin
nati Board of Trade, committed suicide
in Chicago yesterday. He had been
Fifty applicants for admission have
arrived at West Point, and there has
been but one rejection.
Stephen H.Jackson, a farmer and
former school teacher, near Unionville,
Chester county, Pa., committed suicide
Tuesday by cutting his throat with a
A conference of the iron manufac
turers of the West was held at Pitts
burg, Pa., yesterday. It was unani
mously resolved not to concede the ad
vance demanded in wages.
Two men and a woman who claim to
be Americans were recently arrested
in Belgium and taken to France on the
charge of being concerned in a robbery
Capt. Tenneck, of the British steamer
Straitherly, has been arrested in San
Francisco for bringing 326 more Chin
ese than the law allows.
It was stated at the session of the
Grand Lodge of Masons in New York
yesterday that Garibaldi, while in this
country, was made a Mason.
It is now said that the coronation of
the Czar of Russia has not been post
poned, and that it will take place at
Moscow, on or about Sept. 7.
The cremation of Garibaldi's body
has been abandoned, for the present at
least, on account of the want of proper
The Egyptian soldiers concentrated
along the Suez canal have been ordered
to return to their former quarters.
Yesterday the Clyde syndicate pur
chased at Norfolk several hundred feet
of water front extending from the
naval hospital grounds to the mouth of
Scott's creek, for the purpose of erect
ing a depot and wharves for the pro
posed Norfolk and Goldsboro railroad.
D. B. Coffman, editor of the Rock
wood, Tennessee, Republican, was
clubbed in Kingston Wednesday, by J.
W. Hood. They were both Republi
cans. E. A. O'Neal was nominated for Gov
ernor by the Democratic convention of
Six masked horsemen rode into the
town of Brookfield, Mo., last Wednes
day, kept up a f usilade with their re
volvers along the streets, driving the
town people into their homes, dismount
ed in front of the bank, placed revol
vers at the heads of the employes, rob
bed the safe of $50,000 and rode off .un
molested. They say the job was done
up in regular James style.
Wixnepeg, Manitoba, June 9 Ow
ing to Hanlan's illness the committee
have declared the July regatta off.
London, June 9. The race for Alex
andria Plate at the Ascot meeting, was
won by Fiddler, Foxhall second, Petro
nel third, Exeter fourth.
The Florence Nightingale of the Nursery.
The following Is an extract from a letter written
to the German Reformed Messenger, at Chambers
burg, Penn. :
Just 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
low" for helping her to survive and escape the
griping, coltcklng and teething siege. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup relieves the child from pain,
and cures dysentery and diarrhoea. It softens the
gums, reduces Inflammation, cures wind colic, and
carries the infant through the teething period. It
performs precisely what it professes to perform,
every part of It nothing less. We have never seen
Mrs. Wlnslow know her only through the prepa
ration of her "Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing." If we had the power we would make her,
as she Is, physical saviour to the infant race.
Sold by all druggists. 25 cents a bottle.
An effective medicine for kidney diseases, low
fevers and nervous prostiatlon, and well worthy
of a trial, is Brown's lion Bitters.
ON Thursday evening In Charlotte, or on the
road to David-ton College, a Bracelet, plain
gold band, with piece of chain attached. The
finder will be amply rewarded by leaving It at
the OBSEBVEB OFFICX
PAS3EKGEB DKP'T., C, C11B.&, 1
Columbia, S. C, June 7th, 1882. 1
FOR the convenience ot persons desiring to at
tend the commencement exercises of David
son College, an extra train will be run between
Charlotte and Davidson College on the 14th and
15th, as follows:
Leave Charlotte 8 80 a m
" Huntersvllld 9.14 am
Arrive at Davidson College 9.85 a m
Betornlng leave Davidson College, 4 80pm
" " Huntersvllle 4.51 p m
" arrive at Charlotte 5.35 p m
On the night of the 15th a train will leave Char
lotte at 6.30 p m; arriving at Davidson College at
7-35 p. m.
Returning leave Davidson College at 11.45 P m;
arriving at Charlotte at 12.50 a. m.
- A. POPE, G. P. A.
T. B. Talcott, Supt.
AROMATIC Schiedam Schnapps, for sale by
B. EL JORDAN & CO..
IN5EC r Powder Mill destroy all kinds cf Insects,
lor sale by
R. H. JOBD1N & CO,
JunlO Tryon street
CON8TAN TINE'S Persian Healing Pine Tar.
ISac'jan's Carriolic Toilet and disinfecting,
Glenn's d-lphur and Cullcura Soaps.
B, H. JORDAN & CO..
A FRESH SUPPLY
TaBRANT'S Seltzer Aperient, Iodla, Bromldla,
Jacob's Cordial, fcc.. Just received by
R. H. JORDAN & CO.,
JunlO Tryon street
CU3EB Cigarettes and Louge's Plugs, for sale
B. H. JORDAN ft CO.,
WE HAVE A FULL
STOCK of English Tooth and Ealr Brushes.
B. H. JORDAN ft CO.
QRYsTAL Soap and Sopolio, for stfe by
R. H. JORD AN ft CO.,
FRUIT PRESERVATIVE is the best and cheap
est. A full supply at
R. H. JORDAN ft CCS,
JunlO Tryon street
lite ' Otter Ills are low Sowiog'
WE ARE ALREADY BUSY MOWING !
We a Good Many Merchants are now Arranging the
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Left Yesterday Evening for Eastern and Northern Markets to Place out Orders
AND BEING SO FAB AHEAD IN
THE COMING FALL. In the meantime the remainder of our 8UMXIB STOCK Is offered to the pub
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BE ADQUARTERS FOR THE CAROLINA
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