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CHARLOTTE, N. C, SUNDAY, JUNE 11. 1882.
DALEwS IN -
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PEG R A M & CO.,
EUVK A PRETTY LINK OF
CENTS' and LADIES' SLIPPERS,
PEG RAM & CO., T
Flnve the Best clock of
Gents' IliinJ-Srwed Shoes
IN THB 8TATK.
'"KG It AM & CO.,
HaVK all kinds of
Childrens' Shoes and Slippers.
PEGRAM & CO,,
KEEP A WJ-.LL SELECTED STOCK OF
Tiuik and Valices
CF ALL n ;q AD SIZES.
PEGU AM & ("
HAVE JUST RKt ! 1VEI) A FI.VK STOCK OF
I" U .. .i I II .1.
i 1 . Mil alii lift
Of the I tite.st m; !' s. Of Le L -.te st Styh s.
PEG IT ATi c oT,
C N SUIT 1 HK R
With any kinds B OTt nnrt SflOFS T H KY WISH.
PEC RAM & CO.,
K t P aL hIND- "
Shoe Dressing, Krpneh Itou-king
P E G RA M & C (.,
Can vupi-ly j on with the
BEST BRAHDS and LATEST STYLES
Ladies' Misses and Children's Shots.
sa c q A3 .
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grri 09i!&,$latTiinfi, Set.
-A LOT OF NEW
All Hid Latest Novelties.
t& Another lot of Hoop Skirts from 40c to $1.
Mohair and Llaen Ulsters la all styles, from $125
to $7. Large stock of Lace Curtains and Cretons
very cheap. Our remnant stock of Men's and
Boys' Straw flats will be closed out very low.
The attention of Housekeepers is called to
a good assortment of Cane Matting that we are
selling at i educed prices to close out
T. LSeirietf Co.
At this season, various diseases of the
bowels are prevalent, and many lives are
lost through lack of knowledge of a safe
and-sure remedy. Perry Davis' Pain
Killer is a sure cure for Diarrhoea, Dys
entery, Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Summer
Complaint, etc., and is perfectly safe.
Kead the following : :. y v
Bainbridge, N. Y., March 23, 1881.
Pebrt Davis' Pain Killer never failt to ajurd
instant relief for craiup and pain in tlie stomach.
Nicholville, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1881.
The ver bett medicine I know of for dysentery,
cholera morlms,and cramps in the stomach. Hava
used it for years, and it m sure cure every time.
Julius W. Dee.
MoniaoNA, Iowa, March 12, 1S8L
I have used your Pain Hjlleb in severe cases of
cramp, colic.and cholera morbus .and it grave almost
instant relief. L. E. Caldwell.
Carnesville, Ga., Feb. 8, 18L
For twentyyears I have used your Pain Killeb
in my family. Have used it many times for bowel
complaints, and it always cures. t ould not feel safe
without a boUle in the house. J. B. Ivie.
j i 8ACO,ME.,San. 3B.188L
Hare nsed Pebrt Davis' Paim Killer for twelve
years. It is saj, sure, and reliabla.- Ho mother
should allow it to be out of the family.
H. I. Kates.
Oneida, N.T.,Feb. 19, 1881.
We bejjan usin? it over thirty years ajfO, and it
always rives immediate relief. VVontd hardly dare
to go to bed without a bottle in the house.
W. a Spkbbt.
Conwatbobo. S. CFeb. 83, 188L
Nearly every family in this section keeps a bottle
in the house. Dr. E. Morton.
TJ. 8. COHSTTIiATE, .
Cbeteld, Ehin ish Pbubsia, Feb. 8, 188L
I have known Perbt Davis' Pain Killeb almost
from the day it was introduced, and after years of
observation and use X regard Its presence in my
bousthokl as n fnditptnsablt necessity.
; - XS. Potor, Consul.
I had been several days suffering severely from
diarrhoea, accompanied with intense pain, when I
tried your Pain ktt.t.-rh, and found almost instant
relief. H. J. Noonb.
21 MosTAtre St., London, Eng.
Duringr a residence of twenty-three yeara in India,
I have given it in many cases of diarrhoea, dysen
tery, and cholera, and never knew it to fail to give
lellel. K. Cla-EOdge.
No family can safely be without this
invaluable remedy. It3 price brings it
"within the reach of all.
For sale by all druggists at 25c, 50c.
and $1.00 per bottle.
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
sept tw sept & oct.
Native Mineral Water ! !
AL TJ m WATJBB
. , CUBES
Dyspepsia Wigestinn, Torpid Liver,
Chronic Diarrhoea and Dysentery. Skin Diseases,
Scrofula, Chronic Pneumonia, etc.
It Is a powerful Alterative Tonic and is ANTI
MALARIAL In its effects. Head certificates from
eminent physicians n our patnph ets.
NO ARTIFICIAL GASES OR SALTS.
Bottled in Its natural state, direct from the
Springs, which are beautifully located in Bock
bridge county, Va., and are open for the reception
of visitors from Jane 1st to October 1st, each
year; capacity, 1,000 guests.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by Dr J. H. Mc
ADEN and Dr. T. C. SMITH, Charlotte, N. C.
LINEN HANDKEBCHIEFS at 10c,
HOSIEBY FROM 5c up,
FANS FBOM 2c up.
ACC, &C.i &.C.
AT THE VARIETY STORE,
.UNDER Til ADE US' NT. BANK.
0. M. ETHJEREDGE.
rjabieVKuantogacI Bestwllaciiine Inlhe
:f WdWdJ Trr It before buying any other..! ,tu ,W
TTlieler & Wilson Manttfctiirg C
The British iron-clad3 Inflexible,
Temeraira, Alexandra and Superb have
arrived at Alexandria.
Mr. Bourke, a landlord and magis
trate, was shot from ambush at Ardra
han, Galway, Ireland, yesterday. A
soldier who was with him was also
It is stated that the price of beef will
come down in July, when the grass-fed
cattle begin to reach the market.
An official list of the names of the
persons recently executed in Hayti
shows that 14 were executed in Gon
aives and 14 in St. Marc.
Returns indicate the re-election of
Craig, Democrat, for supreme judge in
the fifth district of Illinois.
A resolution has been adopted by the
Montreal Conference of the Methodist
Church, of Canada in favor of the Meth
Trouble is feared at Chicago between
the striking horseshoers and non-union
men. The Union offers to pay the lat
ter $10 a week to stop work.
The Glucose and Grape Sugar Asso
ciation at Chicago has decided, in -vjiew
of the probable suspension of many
manufactories', to consolidate all the
Hon. Wm. T. Forrest, one of the fore
most lawyers of Cincinnati, died sud
denly in his oflice Tuesday of paralysis
of the heart. He was a native of Nor
The first class of cadets at West Point
numbers 37. Edward Burr, of Mo.,
stands first ; Benjamin Alvord, of the
District of Columbia, 17th; Blanton C.
Welsh, of Pennsylvania, 30th, and Thos.
B. Duziin, of Maryland, 31st.
James Magee and John Curtin, alias
James Freeman, both of whom possess
long criminal records, were arrested in
the jewelry store ot Butler & McCarty,
in Philadelphia, yesterday, whilst at
tempting to substitute plated watch
chains for gold ones which they were
The Turkish commissioner and suite
arrived at Cairo yesterday, and were
assigned a palace for their temporary
residence. Arabi Pacha and his sup
porters are aggressively cultivating the
favor of the commission.
At Gettysburg, P,i., vcsttidiiy, the
veterans of the Union and O'iil'edi-rate
armies completed Lh-! revision ot the
battle ground of the second d;iv. There
wili be a reunion of llie vel.vruns of t lie
Army of the Potomac ;U:d Northern
Virginia who tVuiu'li; in i.h iir&t.i;i's
battle on Wednesday,-. J line 14
Judge Wallace, in 'the Uniitnl.jjitatos
Circuit Court at' Pniluaeluiiia; ' --j Tgier
day granted the motion tn" diacnnlmue
the suits between the Emma' Silver
Mining eom,pany of London and the
Eujina Mining company of that city.
In 1S74 the London company purchased
the mine for .",000,000 from the Ameri
can company, and when they had pos
session made claim that the mine lid
been worked cm'.. A settlement has
Mines of Davie County.
To the Editor of The Observer.
Since my fm-t article on the mining
interest of Davie county, Mr. 13. N. Al
Ifii, who lives in FuitOn township, six
milt's northeast of Motksville, iias
found a very tine specimen of gold ore
on his land, near the iron ore mine
which was laigrly worked by Thos. II .
Gaitlter & Co. during the Confederate
Mr. John M. Clement, of Mocksville,
h-is the specimen at his office. He is
endeavoring to negotiate a lease for the
Allen mine to some parties at the North.
If we could induce the State geologist
to visit our county and spend a month
with us and examine our minerals and
have them tested, you would see capi
tal flowing into our county by the huu
dieds of thousands of dollars.
I wrote Prof. Kerr the other day and
in his reply I do not understand him to
say that he will come to our county.
Here is a copy of his postal card :
RALEIGn, N. C, May 24, 1882.
Mr. A. A. Harbin, Mocksville, N. C. :
Dear Sir: My work in making sur
veys and examinations has been pro
hibited by the Legislature. I am only
allowed to finish .my maps and report,
which I am doing as fast a3 I can.
Otherwise I would have been up last
year. Yours truly,
W. C. Kerr.
Now, Mr. Editor, we see from the
above letter that our members of the
Legislature are certainly solons. We
should put men in the Legislature who
have common sense and a desire to see
the Old North State shake off the sou
briquet of "Rip Van Winkle," and oc
cupy a name among the nations of the
earth as a progressive people. Our fore
fathers certainly did have someveiy
crude notions about them, and I am
sorrv to say that some of their children
and" grand children are following in
Young man imitate your father if he
has kept up with the progress of the
age, and if not, leave off following in
,,It will not do to be behind the bal
ance of mankind these days, for this is
a fast age in which we live. What gi
gantic strides science has made in 100
years, and yet the half is not discov
ered. Telegraphs, railroads,, electric lights,
add- various other wonderful inventions
are the productions of the present age
of the world, and doubtless the iext
century will far excel this.
A. A. II.
. To Fatten Fowls Rapidly.
Set rice over the fire with skim milk,
only as much as will serve one day. Let
it boil till the'rice is. quite swelled out,
and add a leaspooni'ull of sugar, but
it will do well without. Feed the fowls
three times a day in common pans; give
them only as much as will fill them at
once. When you put fresh, let the pans
be set in water that no sourness be con
veyed to the fowls, as that prevents
them from fattening. Give them clean
water, or the milk of the rice to -drink,
but. the less wet the rice, is when
thoroughly soaked the better By this
method the flesh will have a clear
whiteness which no other feed gives,
and when it is to be considerd-hov far
a pound of rice will go how much time
is saved by this mode, it will be found
cheaper than barley meal. The pan
should be cleansed, and no food given
for sixteen hours before the poultry is
: . f Watermelon Culture.
J. Ll Hardway, fin Chronicle and Constitutionalist.
I see .in yesterday's paper a statement
to the effect that by cutting off water
melon vines a second crop can be
made and the request added fox anyone
trying the experiment to forward infor
mation of the fact.' I will state that.in
1879, . having. Beard that such a thing
could be done, I made the experiment
for my own satisfaction. I had an acre
in fine early watermelons when they
jtave out, fend on the 17th of July I cut
off every vine from six to tweiv inches
from the .root and worked over the
whole grotttfd- two or three times very
njcely The result waaa jSecond crop1
of riicfej very flnei flavprefl watermelons
as good as the first but not so Irage
The seasons were 'fine; however, from
tfcftltime the vines were cut ' off until
they' iverfcjgatbered, '.; I T might not have
doneso well with a dry seasons
Z ,1 ' 1881, s
1 Hftt'warneif' 4nD&r Sirs -I'liaVe used your
gate Kidney and Liver, Cum in my practice as a
physician, and la every case I find It works like a'
caarm. ' Bev. B. F. Porter.
University Normal School.
Chapel Hill, N. C, June 8, 1882.,
To the Edit?r of the Observer.
The University Normal School will
begin one week from to day and coa
tinue five weeks. I send list of instruc
tions. It has been determined to devote
more time and labor in teaching teach
ers how to teach than in any other direc
tion. The superintendent. Prof. Newell, is
said by Dr. Curry and others, who know,
to be peculiarly skillful in infusing
vigor and life in Teachers' Institutes
and Normal schools. The assistant
superintendent and other teachers have
been selected because they are experts
in their departments.
I earnestly advise all interested, who
can do so, to attend the school, if only
for a few days.
As a rule the railroad companies
charge only half rates.
m " Kemp P. Battle.
FACTJLTV OF THE-UNIVERSITY NORMAL
SCHOOL, FOR 1S82.
The Faculty of the University Nor
mal School for the present year is near
ly complete. The following is the list
so for as appointments have been made.
.Others will be add&l if .needed,. t
Superintendent of the School Hon
M. A. Newell, President of Lafayette'
Normal College, and Superintendent of
Public Instruction in Maryland.
Assistant Superintendent Prof. Ed
ward P. Moses, Principal of the Golds
boro Graded School.
The Superintendent, the Assistant
Superintendent, and the following
teachers will have charge of the instruc
tion in the common school branches,
and especial attention will be given to
methods of instruction: Prof. J. H.
Ray hill, N. Yt Gulley, M. C. S. Noble, "R.
P. Pell, E. L. Harris, and Miss Jane F.
Dr. R. H. Lewis will give instruction
in Physiology and School Hygiene.
Prof. W. B. Phillips will teach Natur
al Philosophy and will illustrate the
subject by numerous experiments, em
ploying apparatus that may be con
structed by any teacher, or purchased
for a few dollars.
Prof. Rayhill will instruct students
in Elocution, Prof. Pell in English, Prof
Noble in Algebra, Prof. Ilarri3 in
Prof. K. II. Wilson will t
Music, i'ted by Prof. C.
durinfi the lust fortnight of
I j. Wilson
t he School.
Prof. ,lno. E DuL-ter w 11
Callisthenics will be taught by Prof.
The Invasion ol Tenquiir not Ap
proved Pan Francisco, June, in. A Ut'.er
from Yokohama g ves !s ;i trustworthy
report that the invasion of Tonquin by
the French !i;w been 'repudiated by the
home government; that orders have
been'sent to return the captured citadel
of Hausi, and that the troops of the
King of A nam h ive resumed posses
sion of the city.
The Rope in Texas.
Galveston, June 10. A News Lare
do special says Quit i no Gnbu washur.g
at Brownsville es!en!ay f.-r the mur
der of another M; xic.m about a jear
ItroiM-fcitt Tlirit O o iiii uiK-ii
coraraenc. with a en. g- en d o- iinuor.1 exertion
of i he MO'.e?. i hesp loci i-ieiit symptom-! are al
hiyid by Ihe u-e of Brj n's Bcnitlii.t' Tro::t es."
whl:h If n-'alecten if ten result in achr nic trouble
uf the t .i.iit.
A pure strengthening tonic, free fiom wLl.-key
and alcohol, cures dyspei sia. aid similar dis
eases It hits rever been equaled. Bruin's Iron
Whate'r besides you chance t want.
Ne'er fall short ot SOZODuNT,
But keep It always tn your slcht,
A source of beauty and delight.
To cleanse your teeth till with your sni!!e,
Tne most fasti nous you beguile
floated headaches, nervous ito tratlon and
spinal weakness cured by LyJ a E. Pinkham's
DOBBINS' STARCH POLISH,
An nnjc.nunt dis
covery, by whicl
every family ma
give their linei
that beautiful fin
ish peculiar to fine
i laundry work.
Ask your Grocer.
J. B. DOBBINS, Philadelphia, Pa.
ion sai.f. nv j . rr.M i-:h a o
Hid FIELDS Kit ON.. bur loll t, . C
if you y:;.mt
A I1EALLY GCCD
Ask j-our btationer 47
... v.. A
1 n st;imrs lor a
in a Isickfl-
platcd Match Box.
I by all Stationers.
laXeman. Taylor & Co.,
WOUiJS XCii-IVl-a, 1 CIV X (IKK.
HOW TO TEL!,
Look for clean neat WHIT.- WHAPBr-h wt h
the ltd nymiollc letter stamiH-d .111 on 11 in tu,
form or a ill.tion era- etuily fnrve 1 jn 0 tb- letti 1
Z embracing the e;nb.trus of our t ti.de, patnt"
Mortar find oradiift e v.i h the o:is A (j jIH
MOS LlVEH HKiULATOHoriJEMC Kibere
on, also ob.sere rhe signature of J. 11. ZFILIN i
CO., n tti tnk on the Me.
. TAKK NO OrilKH,
Be-.- are of those who M oy nothl g of Medlik.1
Comr-ounds whu put out lostiums I n. wn to .so-r.
and btinannal zed prove irih!e sa'id1 nlyusa-if
to fleece the puO.Ic, and tt. pirate on ihe well r. r
ed reputation of Zeilin & Co's. nitdlclne thi- -frauds
have no rep-.tntion to s;t 'mu snd wia
cheat you for a few pennejs e?ery v. ay 'hey can.
Sw-e Tfbo Kndre th ;etiuii g
Hon. Alex II Stephens, . .
Rt Bev. Jn. W. fieckwtth Bishop vt Ga.,
Gen. Jno B. Gofdon. U. S. t enator 1
Ht Bev. Bishop Pierce,
Hon. Jno. Gill tehOiter,
J. Kdgar Thompson, ' -
Hon. B. H. Hill.
Hon. J. C. Breckinridge,
Prof. David Wihls, D.D. -Chief
Justice Hiram -WarrtBr. of Ga; - - ;
Lewis wnnder, Assistant P. M-'Phila:, Pa.,
and thousands of others from wbm we have let
ters of commerKiatlon and recommendation
w'ltis eminently a Family Medeciner shq iiy be
ing. kept ready for Immediate resort save
many an hoar of suffering and many a dollar In
lime and doctors' bills.' - ( 1
Dr, Simmons' LiYer; RefiWor, .
P HAStTPACTOEXD ONLT BT ! ,&
.. :. v J. 'Il ZEII.lN 'it. C'rt., "
Bold by all Respectable Druggist?. - '
"1. . :'jv v ' rill 1 1
How Mi all ske Fxeserve Her Health
One who has long Investigated this subject gives
the result, and Is nappy to say thit it is found in
Woman's -Best Friend." It is adapted especially
to that great central, "all-conr rolling organ, the
womb, correcting Its disorders, and curing any Ir
regularity of the "menses." or "courses," Dr. J.
Bradfield'slfemale Begulator acts like a charm in
whites, arid in sudden or gradual checking, or in
entire stoppage of the "monthly courses," from
cold, mental trouble, or like causes, by restoring
the natural discharge In every Instance. In chronic
cases, so often resulting in ulceration, falling of
the womb, its action is prompt and decisive, sav
ing the constitution from numberless evils and
premature decay. Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfield,
Atlanta, Ga. Price: trial sixe. 75c; large size,
$1.60. For sale by all druggists.
From the Toledo Blade. I
OF EXTRACT OF CELERY A1YD
CHAMOMILE UPON THE
NERVOUS SYSTEM and DIGESTIVE
Am Invariably Produced by Dr. C. W.
Denton' Celery and Chamo
They have been tested time and again, and al
ways tith satisfactory jesulis. This preparation
just meets the necessities of the case. Let me
state Just what my Pills are made to cure, and
what they have cured and will cure: Neuralgia,
Nervousness, 8ick Headache, Nervous Headache,
Dyspeptic Headache, Sleeplessness, Paraljs'.s and
Dyspepsia. These diseases are all neivous dis
eases. Nervousness embraces nervous weakness,
Irritation, despondency, melancholy, and a rest
less, dissatisfied,' miserable state of mind and
These are some of the symptoms of nervous
ness; now, to be fully restored to health and hap
piness is a priceless boon, aod yet, for 50 cents,
you can satisfy yourself that there is a cure for
you, and for $5, at the very farthest that cure can
be fully secured. These Pills are all they are rep
resented to be, and are guaranteed to give satis
faction if used as directed and will cure any case.
Bold by all druggists. Price, 50 cents a box.
Depot 106 North Eutaw street, Baltimore, Md.
By mall, two boxes for $1, or six boxes for 82.50,
to any address.
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASES OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCER8, PIMPLES and
TENDER ITCHINCS on all part of the
body. It make the skin 'white, matt and smooth.-,
removes tan and freckles, and is the BEST toilet
dres3ingin THE WOBLB. Elegantly put up, two
bottles in one package., consisting of both internal
and external treatment.
All fl.ret class druggists have it. TTioeti'. perfSacaee.
C N. rittenton. Sole Whr-les-ale gent for Dr.
C. W. Penson's Remedies 1 15 Fulton street. New
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cure
For all those Painful Complaints and Weaknesses
so common to our best female population.
A Medicine for Woman. Invented by a Woman.
Prepared by a Woman.
The GnatMt Xedieal Dlxorerj Since ths Daws or History.
BTIt revives the drooping spirits, invigorates and
harmonises the organic functions, gives elasticity and
firmness to the step, restores the natural lustre to the
eye, and plants oa the pale cheek of woman the fresh
roses of life's spring and early summer time.
C3F"Physiclans Use It and Prescribe It Freely."
It removes falntness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulant, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its use.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex
this Compound is unsurpassed.
LTDIA E. PIXKlIAiTS BLOOD PURIFIER
will eradicate every vestige of Humors from the
Blood, and give tone and strength to the system, of
man woman or child. Insist on having it.
Both the Compound and Blood Purifier are prepared
st 253 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass. Price of
either, $1. Six bottles for $5. Sent by mail in the form
of pills, or of lozenges, en receipt of price, (1 per box
for either. Mrs. Pinkham freely answers all letters of
inquiry. Enclose 3ct. stamp. Send for pamphlet.
No family should be without LTDIA E. PINKHAM'S
LIVEU PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness,
and torpidity of tne Over, SB cents per box.
ySold by all Drngglsts.-d 0)
F. C. MTJNZLER
T&e Berw & Eiipl Brewery Compys
(Of Philadelphia, Pa.,)
f , Iterated LagtT Beer,
In Kegs and Bottles,
HOTTI.KD HEE1 A SPI.UI A l,T.
l3Have Just received a small lot of BOTTLED
ALE anu PokTEH, whieh I offer to the public at
a reasonable price. Address
FftED C. MTJNZLER,
Lock Box 255. Charldte, N. C.
1.-. t. . ' : ' --. ''i i-
TIDDY & BROTHER.
Iun9 - - . -
A JOB LOT OF SEVERAL LINES OF
TT A A
V A A
And are offering them very much below the real value Call and get a bargain. Haw also Just receiv
ed per freight several things that will pay you to Inspect. Just received new
FASHION SHEETS FOR JULY.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
SnA.lffCS: of XjTJIDIDEINr cs BATEB.
Thousands of Musical Families ttrougnoul North and South Carolina are Intending to purchase
PIANOS and ORGANS In the Fall, when cotton comes in. WHY WAIT? Buy at once, and enliven
the long, hot SUMMER MONTHS with Music and matee the "HARVEST HOME" still more joyful.
Under our Mid-Summer Sale, we offer to sell during the months of JUNE, JULY, AUGUST and SEP
TEMBER, 1882, PIANOS and ORGAN'S, of eveiy make, style and ptlce, at our very lowest cash rates.
On PIANOS $25 Cash, Balance November 1st, 1882.
On ORGANS $10 Cash, Balance Norember 1st,. 1882.
WITHOTTC INTEREST OS
IF Rll.ANCE CIN'r BE
LoDger time will be given, with a reasonable Increase of price. All Instruments of every grade and
price Included In this sale. Tell your musical friends of it. Write us for Catalogues, Price Lists and
Circulars. This sale closes October 1st 1882. Early purchase secures cash prices and easy terms.
tlx (H) years guarantee. Stool and Instructor with every Organ. Freight paid both ways if no sale.
Test them in your own ho ires. Address ' . : r . f
MoSinitli AIuslo House.
PROF. WM. BAKER Is my authorized Tuner
to this house.
WATCHES and JEWELRY!
W. A. TRUSLOW,
JEV ELIB,KEEPJ CONSTANTLY on HAND A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
WALTHAM AND ELGIN WATCHES,
In Gold and Silver Cases, all of which he fully Warrants Reliable Time Keepers. Business men know
THAT "TIME IS 3VEOrO"EJ-5r"
And a good investment is to buy aGool Watch. If your old Watch does not keep tlm,leave with
W. A. TRUSXiOIT'
A few days and have It regulated, can give over one hundred references tn the city.
jun9 lm : ' .
NEAR ' MO
THIS attractive summer resort will "be Opened for the reception of tlsltbxs or! ttaeci 1st; Hay tof June.
The beauty of the scenery and the curative properties of the water are well known .Coaches meet
trains on the Western ,Noith Carolina. Railroad at Morgantob. Dailyjnall and express Board per month
820 and 825. Address JOHN H, PEARSON. Proprietor,
mayid eod lm .. ; , . w.i!: u t&lean Alpine Springs.
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In plain sealed eavelopeVee. Druggists can fill it.
Addresa DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. "
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Special Offer :
AHT ADVANCE IS PBICE,
PAID 1IVT1IE FALL,
All work guaranteed. Send orders
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