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CHARLOTTE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1882.
Book Shoes, Hats, Trunk
fKGltAM & CO.,
HAVK A PRETTY LINE OF
GENTS' and LADIES' SLIPPERS.
I'EollA.M & CO.,
Have the Best dtoclt of
Cents' Hand-Sewed Shoes
IN THS bTATB.
PEGRAM & CO.,
H iVK ALL KINDS OF
Chilta' Shoes and Slippers.
PEGRAM & CO.,
KKKP A WILL SELECTED STOCK OF
Trunks and Vices .
OF ALL PRICES AliD SIZES,
PEGRAM' & CO.
HAVE JUST HKCJ1VED A FINK fcTOCK OF
iiljtlt and to Hats
Of the Lafent Styls.
Of ilie L itest Styles.
PEG RAM & CO.,
CaN suit tiir.r
With any kinds B'XITS and SHOFS THEY WISH.
PEC RAM & CoTJ
KivEP ALi KINDS OF
Shoe Dressing;, French Blacking
PEGRAM & CO.,
Can supply you with the
BEST BRANDS and LATEST STYLES
Ladies' Misses and Children's Shoes..
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gru Montis, (Clothing, &c.
A LOT OF NEW
All the Latest Novelties.
Another lot of Hoop fekirls from 40c to SI.
Mohair and Linen Ulstrs In all s yles, from SI 25
to $7. Large stock of Lace Curta:ns and Cretona
very cheap. Our remnant stock of Men's and
Boys' Straw Hats will be closed out very low.
The attention of Housekeepers Is called to
a good assortment of Cane Matting that we are
selling at reduced prices to close out.
At this 8eason, 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-eure cure for-Diarrhcea, Dys
enteiyCfeolera, Cholera -Morbus, Summer
Complaint, etc., and is perfectly safe.
Bead the following :
BAiNBEinOK, N. TJ, Msrch 22, 188L
Ferry Davis' Pain Killer never failt to afford
instant relit for cramp and pain in the stomach.
Nicholvtlle, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1881.
The very hett medicine I know of for dysentery,
cholera morbus, and cramps in the stomach. Have
' UBed It for years, encrit ja ur out every time.
' ; J , t . Jptms W. Dee.
MornGONA, Io-wa. March 12, 188L
I have used your Pain Killer in severe cases of
cramp, colicand cholera morbus.and it gave almost
Instant relief. L. . Oaldwili
CaBNXSVtlle, Ga., Feb. 28, 188L
For twenty years I have used your Pain Killeb
in my family. Have used it many times for bowel
complaints, and it al-wayt cure. Would not feel safa
without a bottle in the house. J. B. Ivm
S aco, Me., Jan. 22, 188L
Have used Pebbt Davis' Pain Killer for twelve
years. It is of. turJ and reliable. Ko mother
should allow it to be out of the family.
H. I. Nates.
. Oneida, N. Y., Feb. 19, 18eL
tVe bean using1 it over thirty years agt, and It
always fnves immediate relief. Would hardly dare
to go to bed without a bottle in the house.
Conwatbobo, 8. Feb. 22, 188L
Nearly every family in this sectio keep bottl -in
the house. Dii. E. Morion. :
V. 8. Consulate,
t- .-vObbfelc, Rhknish Pkussia. Feb. 8,1961.
I have known Febbt Davis' Pain Ktu.es almost
from tha day it was introduced, and after years of
observation and use I regard its presence in my
household as an inditpeiuabU necessity. ;
X a Potter, u. a ConsuL
I had been Several days suffering severely from
diarrhoea, accompanied with Ints&se pain, when, I
tried your Pain Killeb, and found almost instant
relief. H. J. Noone.
.- 21 MoNTAOtrE St., London, Ens.
: purine A residence of twenty-three yearsin India,
' I nave given it in many cases of diarrhoea, dysen
tery , a&d cholera, and never knew it to fail to give
relief, . . R. Clarilhie.
ss Ko ikmilyican afely be without this
: invaluabte ' remedy. Its price brings it
within the reach of all.
1 ' Fof sile by alt druggists at 25c., 50c
and Sf.OO oer bottie
PEREY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
septdtw sept 4 oct.
ROCKBRIDGE (VA) .
lit. . ?t: iiKiil
Chronic Dlarrhces and Dysentery, Skin Diseases,
. . Scrofula, untonic f neuniQiuiVuew
tt tm m iwrfiil"AlterRtlv ToPte-BTtd I ANTI-
UAL AitUL la Its effect. Eead jgeraflcat8 from
eminent iplustclans lrr our pampf ets.il i f
4Ht1iMllM! Ita not ihnfl UkutA Idlfrflt from the
i-pHriwhteb-ie toeaatMuHrloaated jla Bock
DTHJEeCQUIHy, V a , sua rc"KJr iv uo lowyuvu
tt visitors from : Jne'iBt to Xtetoberrlst, each
a4hw heieiU and retaflV-Jby Dr. J J H. Mo
ADEN and Dr. T. C. SMITH, Charlotte, N. C.
marl 9 Iv
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LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS at 10c.
H03IBBY KBOM 5c up,
if , .
lightest Banal indBettSewlhg MwOOne to the
1 f n
Wilmiogton Eeview: Capt. R. P. Pad
dison has the largest orchard at Maults
by's Point, about 2o miles above the
city, in the State. lie has between
five and six thousand trees peach treed,
under five years ot age, and one
thousand, two hundred apple trees. All
of his trees are loaded down with fruit
and we are -glad to know that he is.
realizing handsomely from tbem.
' There is a successful revival going on
in the Baptist church at Greensboro.
Propping up peach trees' to prevent
them lrom breaking down under the
weight of fruit, is reported from all
sections of the State -
Guilford farmers say there has not
been such a crop of wheat as the pres-r
ent in that county for twenty years
Goldsboro Messenger: The cotton
seed oil mill is to be located in the
vicinity ol the new YV& W. warehouse
in the old fair ground, i " K 1
The Entield Sentrrfel - will be moved
to Scotland Neck and the name changed
to "The Commonwealth'
Qutte a number of new dwellings are
going up in that part of of the city
recently" opened by new streets east of
The peach crop in this section prom
ises a bountiful harvest. The first
-shipment of peaches was made from
Winston Leader : A Democrat, from
Davie-county, returned from the liberal
convection thoroughly disgusted with
II tne wnoie. proceedings ana a stronger
Democrat thau-cver. .'We talked with
him and he has been sufficiently amused.
He did not stay into the Liberal parlor
so nicely arraaged by the Republican
-.,', :., " Florida. - -
Augusta Chronicle. - , - v "
During a flying trip to Jacksonville
and St. Augustine the writer was aston
ished at the marvellous improvement
visible on every hand in ' those, cities.
Jacksonville 4s a flourishing city of fif
teen thousand inhabitants. It has five
or six elegant hotels, which are crowd
ed with Northern ar;d Western visitors
Tjr five months in the year. It has
rnany fine stores and' elegant private
residences, Tha.city.isje.viden.tly. oatha
"rise, with every prospect of increasing
-steadily.'. With its marine, commercial,
. geographical and climatic advantans,
t lere is no reason why Jacksonville
should not, in time, become a large md
The old city of St. Augustine has felt
the influence and reaped the hem-trs of
Northern capital. It contains three de
sirable hotels and many handsome pri
vate residences, the property of Eastern
and Western people, who live in this
quaint old city for the greater part of
the year. The city shows many evi
dences of improvement, owing for the
most part to our Northern friends, who
wish to escape the rigors of their own
climate and enjoy the pleasant tem
perature for which Florida is noted
during the winter.
Florida presents a revelation to the
Northern visitor. lis growth has been
something marvelous for the last de
cade. Its population has steadily in
creased, and its lands have risen in
value. About eighty thousand people
have settled in the State in the last ten
I years, uaiiroaos nave oeen ana are oe-
ing ouilt in every direction, wnere
thern is any prospect of their being
made to pay. Some one informed us
that at the present time there were six
teen thousand hands working on rail
roads, and that the capital invested
amounted to eighteen million dollars.
This is assuredly an an encouraging
state of affairs for our sister State. The
The tide of travel from the North will
swell from year to year. Every year it
is on the increase. The number of vis
itors for the season just closed was so
large that the hotHs and boarding
houses were unable to accommodate
them, and they had to be satisfied with
whatever they could get. We believe
that the day is not far distant when the
number of visitors to Florida in the
winter season- will increase to one hun
dred thousand.. '
It seems a strange ' dispensation that
Florida should be quickened and made
to flourish, from an effect caused by the
extreme severity 6f the climate in 'the
West and East .The presence or the
apprehension of disease, the fear of
death and the hope of recovefj, have
been the prime causes of 'attracting to
Florida thousands of people who have
invested their money in lands and rail
roads. Ponce de Leon and his follow
ers did opt find the fountain of youth.
But there are thousands iq ouf day who
have foundin the land of the orange
and Uiapia$,the fount bt health, whose
waters nave given inem new nie ior
that which was wasted away by dis
ease. Tne lana ot nowers is an tne
high road to prosperity.
The Steel Makers.
louisvtue -Courter-Jouriiai. " ?
Irr 18T4 tBe capital of the" -Pennsyl
vania Stsel-coro yaoy was 1,830200, and
thatyearit iiwrned 3 per cent, in casxu
And 5 per cent, in stock. The next year
the company para a aiviopiiQ or v -per
fceut six per centcagh and three per.
behU iji" atoclc-r-the capital' .being in
creased io $198,400. ; In i80,the, . divk
dends were twelve per ceni.; in ii
they ''Were twenty-two per cent, all
cash, and the company had $3,280,423.51
of undivided profits on hand and at;ap
Eal of 2,000,000. ' As the State of Penn
sylvania taxes dividends, the company
made them-as smauasmey convenient
ly could ; tey did not want to be taxed
on ithgib gigantic profits.! In order to
disribute the grfeat sufplosthev bought
5,000 shares of their stock held by the
Pennsylvania Kauroaa company, ior
S1.325J0OO, anq sold the stock to tneir
fchareflomefs Krouu,oo, --aicn opera
tion was nothing more ,than distribu
ting $825,000 of :' theif surplus profits
among -the f shareholders in a way to
escape ar Stale tax. ! The dividend of
lSStireally figtirfctl tip seveDtj-se-en per
cent This is a sample of me condition
rf the 'Bessemer steelindustry. which
Judge Kelley andWier Darons aectare
la 111 bUUll all lUiauLiiu vwijvaiixj iuv av
- . . . , ' . . a
must have a.Dpuntj;paia ltoi a ton
by the Amerlcad J?etpl0. A business
which P,aya A profit ?of. jey,enty:sevfep
peVcent.' ought tO'staUd On its o'wn legs.
Here Is One mili with a surplus of three
orfour inilUoni:9,i' hand, and ita 6 wners
fowling for. "more protection.";
! SP'?Cailil,s:,':. '.:
Mr. Thos. J: Lee, writing to us from
South Washington, Pender county, on
ithe sunject of sheep raising, says be
has with care succeeded in increasing
the yield of wpolf mm three - pquads to
.twelve. pondfc and a haff. )W clfpped
two sheep a few days since and got
twenty-six pounds and a half of wool;
and also cliDDed thirteen head of the
Aamfvbreed and arot oaenhandred and.
isixIbohntlsJbi vtbaJ, amiUrfege df l otelj
:eis-ht rounds to the sheep. He wants
to knoapviwha cart beatt.tha- pftiahreed
is the Merlflo crossed witii Southdown
iriew Texas wheat, the first shipped
SNorth, consigned to Samuel Jacoby,
, ittfs&oifi tn the Produce FbflMafige fe3-
; iiRkdrirrtfttUiri. rii8oirlWeo&; eerier al debility
atidiBar CQKwi4l8MSs3Mfiotiric64f Incurable,
; are often curea of rpwn;siron uwrj.
com menOB.: with cwgh. colfear aaarou ixerdon
(otthe toice, TlMseTiMa0ientHBmPKHBr'at-
ie oi - crown suroupjittu iiwutx,
which i neglected often result In a chronic trouble
of the throat
FROM ALEXANDRIA. -
The Khedive Petitioned to Abdicate.
London, June 12. -A despatch from
Alexandria to the Reuters Telegram
Company says: "The report of the mur
der of the engineer of the British man-
of-war Superb is not generally credited.
The patrols on the streets ' have been
A correspondent of the Reuters Tele
gram Company at Cairo telegraphs that
at a meeting ot tne military leaders it
was decided to petition the Khedive to
abdicate. It was declared that if he
did not be would be massacred.
It is rumored that the calvary and
artillery will not join the conspiracy
against the Khedive.
How Southerners Fought.
. ' The following is an extract from a
graphic description of the battle of
Stone river, by M. Quad, in the Detroit
Free Press: ' 1
Sill's brigade was posted on a ridge
covered with cedars and young oak
'trees. The ground in front had a slope
down into the cleared fields, and he had
three batteries posted along his lines.
It was a terribly .strong position, a
stroger- one than Hancock had at Get
tysburg, and the Federals laughed in
grim defiance as the first line of gray
swept into the field a quarter of a mile
away. Now the batteries open 1 Eigh
teen guns break into a roar which
makeathe chimneys in Murfreesboro
tf emble. Not a shot or shell is used
nothing but the murderous iron slugs
ajid bullets which grind and tear
through the flesh like the teeth of a
wild beast.- Swaths ten feet wide are
cut through the Confederate lines,, and
whole regiments are seen to drop down
to escape the fire. Then the infantry
added its fire, and the jaws of hell were
Wide open. Then followed the most
singular sight ever witnessed upon the
geld of battle. Whole regiments of
onfederates crawled forward on
hands and knees! They. crept through
tbe soft soil of the old cotton field and
up :the slope covered -with leafless
shrubs and dead "grass-crept almost
under the thundering cannon, and
there they fought wUh the-flames from
Sill's muskets burning their clothing.
Feeding the Hungry.
New York, June 13. A Danville,
Va, special to the Tribune says of the
relief being afforded the sufferers from
the famine hi Patrick and Franklin
countirs: Large and liberal amounts
of money have 'already been subscribed
to purchase food-uid se4-iUto Patrick
county. People in other counties are
hauling corn and wheat across the
mountains and distributing it among
the starving inhabitants as rapidly as
it can be done. The trouble will no
doubt be at an end in a few days.
The prospect this year for a good co n
crop in the suffering counties is good.
First New Oats Sold.
St. Louis, -June 12. -The first lot of
new oats on this market was received
from Texas and was fold at auction this
noon "at 55 cents in bulk and 58 cents
When you go to your druggist to buyi bottle of
Simmons Livr Regulator, at d he offers you some
counteifelt with a sim lar sounding name iuv1
says ' i Is the same thing or u-t as good," ak
him his motive for not giving you the enui -e
preparation In White Wrapper, with rtd Z thereon
prepared by J H Zell n & Co. The only obj ct
such a dealer cn have Is the fact that he mnkes
an extra 25 cents per bttle p-oflc by S'-lline a
chep ani counterfeit aitlcle which may do ynu
B'oated headaches, nervous pro Uratlon and
spinal weakness cured by Lyd.a E. Plnkham's
Bbdvord alum and Ibon Sprikss Watkh and
Mass. The great tonic and alterative contains
iwice as much Iron and fifty per cent, more alum
inum than any "alum and iron mass" known.
Just the thing for the "spring weakness" now so
general. Sold by all druggists of any standing.
Prices reduced one half.
mail J tf
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Hare gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
V '' MANUFACTURED BT
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo
Skeref LupuIlM Yut Gai, Dr. Prle'i Creut Baktec
' Fowdar, ul Or. Price's li'alqu Perfawe.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE POOD8.
DOBBINS1 STARCH POLISH
An important dis
covery, by whicl
every family maj
give their lineij
that beautiful fin
ish peculiar 'o fine
Ask your Grocer.
J. B. DOBBINS, Philadelphia, Pa.
FOR 8AL.E BY J. !, SPEACER & CO
and FIELDS BHOS,, Charlotte, N. C
j 1 : x J . . 1 v : ;
Bop0tddi no tisima inat wnn jo apfmt pirt mmtp irqt tav
J9ddi njit n vm q nag '4 (ttriaaiif unri tiqi"l)
f H ' ('lOTMuaAac of tad an 'UBa tajjja n f oj
gt '(Ho'r"t) I woq u dn tad ipoaia qj,
'3q9Rbwaos XmootS inm jioim
ptrt aofiaraqxa. anuvtoi
-naarr nsuivj on inhwi
M, -tirtrrof, SypliUHie ud MerciiricJ'
as pedallr treated n nientifie pnnciplM,
...HMMoliM. nr wriu fnr I.Ul of OuS-
mni Ion MetlhnrWtlieif Rfcutstrue.
AddreM, DE. BUTTS, 1 K. 8th St, St. Ms
KOXABinHCS OVtM tTBTBTT YEAKS.
DURHAM BULL can be bought
CABHri I) HIDITlriff to- V i i . f i.
J. a NORTH It Yi 1
oi . Opposite First Presbyterian Church,
8m8 2t.thu isaa i- ' ; i
ome and Democrat copy l time.
Inn snaridBM in nfiu lUHUU Of th UlMO. 8ki
m Minn... niiuMMM
WOJI A IV.
How Mtatl Sbe Preserve Her Health
Oaa who has long lnrestigated 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-controlting organ, the
womb. Correcting its disorders, and curing any ir
regularity or tne "menses." or "courses." Dr. J.
Bradfleld's Female Begulator acts like a charm tn
whites, and 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
iue womD, its acuon is prompt aca decisive, sav
ing the constitution from numberless evils and
premature decay. Prepared by Dr. J. Bradneld,
Atlanta, Ga. Price: trial slxe. 76c; large size,
From the Toledo Blade. I
OF EXTRACT OF C EL ER IT AND
CHAMOMILE UPON THE
SEBVOUS SYSTEIfl and DIGESTIVE
Am Invariably Produced by r. C. XV,
Benton' Celery and Chamo
They have been tested time and again, and al
ways with satisfactory results. This preparation
just meets the necessities of the case. Let me
stah? just what my Pills are made to cure, and
what they have eured end will eure: Neuralgia,
Nervousness, Blck Headache, Nervous Headache,
Dyspeptic Headache, Sleeplessness, Paralysis and
Dyspepsia. These diseases are all nervous 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, and yet, ior 60 cents,
you can satisfy yourself that there is a cure for
you, and for $5, at the very furthest 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.
sold by all druggists. Price, 50 cents a dox.
Depot 106 North Eutaw street, Baltimore, Md.
By mail, two boxes for 81, or s:x boxes for $2.50,
to any address.
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH 8CALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASES OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLES and
TENDER ITCHINCSonaUpartsof the
body. It makes the akin white, soft and smooth :
removes tan and freckles, and is the BEST toilet
dressing in THS WOBLD. Elegantly put up, twe
bottles in one package, consisting of both internal
and external treatment.
All first class druggists have it. Prioe 1 1 . per package.
C N. ( rittenton, Sole Wholesale Agent for Dr.
C. W. Eenson's Remedies 115 Fulton street, New
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cure
For all those Painful Complaints and Weaknesses
so eouuaen to our best female population,
A Medicine for TFomtn. Invented by a Woman.
Prepared by a Woman.
The Greatest Medical DkeoT.ry Since the Dawn of History.
tTF"It 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.
tJPhysician 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 core of Kidney Complaints of either sex
this Com pa and ie unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PIXKHA1T8 BLOOD PURIFIER
wiU eradicate every vestige of .Humors from tbe
Blood, and give tone and strength to the system, of
man woman or child. Insist on having U.
Both the Compound and Blood Pnrifler are prepared
at 233 and 835 Western Avenue, Lynn;. Mass. Price of
either, $4. Six bottles for &. Sent by mall in the form
of pills, or of lozenges, on reoeipt of prioe, i per box
for either. Mrs. PI nfr ham freely answers all letters of
inquiry. Enclose Sot. stamp. 'Send for pamphlet.
No famllT should bo without LYDIA E. PITTKHAJrTS
LfVTCR PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness,
and torpidity or. the uver. to cents per box.
j&g-Sold by all Druggists.- 0)
F. 0. MUNZLER
TtefiGTpr & Easel Brewery Compys
Of Philadelphia, Pa.,)
(dibratfd Lager Bimt,
In Kegs and Bottles,
Uon i,U BEER A SPEJJMI Y.
Have Just received a smart lot of BOTTLED
ALE and PoKTEH, whleh I offer to the public at
a reasonable price. Address
jrUKJU U. JUUiNZLJCli,
Lock Box 255, Charlo.te, N. C
TIDDY & BROTHER
t-r - I ,
JUST RECEIVED PER EXPRESS
A JOB LOT OF
FF A A
V A A
N N N
And are offering them very much below the real value. Call and get a bargain. Have also Just recerv
eo per freight seveial things that will pay you to Inspect. Just received new
FASHION SHEETS FOR JULY.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
' ..il 1
' M!Bliiiiiit HE
Thousands of Musical Families tlroqghout Nortji
PIANOS and OBGAN8 In the Fall, when cotton comes
the long, hot SUMMER MONTHS villh Music and
hi iii ii mi Mm ' i ic
Under our Mid-Summer Sale, we offer to sell during the months of JUNE, JULY. AUGUST and SEP
TEMBER, 1882. PIANOS ai d ORGANS, of tveiy nake, style and ptlce, at our very lowest cpsh rates
On PIANOS $25 Cash, Balance November 1st, 1382.
On ORGANS $10 Cash, Balance November 1st, 1882.
WITHOUT IHTE8EST OE
IF BALANCE CAN'T BE
Longpr time' will be given, with a rea onable Increase 6f prion.: : All Instruments ot every grade and
price included in this s ile. Tell your musical friends of Jt. Wrl'e us for. Catalogues, Price Lists and
Oircu ars. This sale closes October 1 st 1 882 Early purchase secures eatr prtees neasy terms,
fix (rt) years guarantee. Moot and fnstraotui with ererj Organ. Fijejgbipakl btfi,ways if po sale.
Test them In your own ho es Address i , ,
PROF. WM BAKER is my authbrlzed Tuner
to thB house.
W. A. TRUSLOW,
JEWEL, III, KEEPs COKS fANTLY on
Iq Gold and Silver Cases, all of which he fully Warrants Reliable Time Keepers. Business men know
And a good Investment is to buy a Goo I Watcn. If
A few days and have it regulatad.
THE ONLY MEDICINE!
US EITHER LIQUID OU DK1 FOBM
That Acts at the same time on .
TES LIVSRf TEE SO WELS,
AND TEE SWEETS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
. . . i
Becmm tee allow (he4. great orara,.(o
I become clogged or (orpid, and poUonou
hiittitfrt aft1 therefor forced into ' the Hood
I 1U iwiuupe, ppmct 7nwfT"i(. y.j ra
; WILL SURELY CURE
PI8T, A HF.S, TJW IT. .Wt A US FHSEB,
A IfBJIYWf DftR8.
by causing free action, of pieTorgqf ,and
tutoring tJufr power to Otriruiiff 'dUeaik. '
vv nr lUtiana naiaa and araMl . .i
Wbv tarmeatad wltk Piles. ConUptiof
Wnjrighted vef d-Kiseystl
I tfto 4urs mrjout t Ucjka4UcAU
It hi pat op ta lry Yectekle tttrm. Id Ho
cans one package ot whicU-Joakes six quarts of
medicine Also tjiIAu4rr, vary (Cnn.
I trateAj torthoee that caimpt rlj jrepars tt.
' nm aisWitn eoOal efficiency fh' ettW fbnn.
GEl'n 6t TOTja DRUOOI3T. PHtftSl t
i i'- g.4tn
SKVKBAL LTNE3 OF
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and South Carolina are intending to purchase
In. WHY WAIT 7 Buy at once, and enliven
make the "HABVIST HOME" sUll more Joyful.
Special Offer :
m ADVAHCE IS PRICE.
PAID IN THE FALL
And BeritftreT ArfworK krnteert:onf orders
HAND A. , WLL il(ttTro CKOF
your, joltf .Watch, oea .not fkeep time, leave . wttn
give over one hundred references In the city.
1. 1 . ; i i .
BY "Virtue of A decree ot the Superior Court of
Catawba county, made In the case of P. C
iihuford and others, plaintiffs, vs. A. M. Powell '
And others fe tendinis, at SpriagTerm,. 1882, of
Catawba,countyuperloi Court, the , tmd erslgned,
As Receiver, wffl' "sell -af public sale.-at the Long
Island OottoaMinon MOriDAT the SBD DAK
if JtJLt, J 882, the .follonlng Taluable Prop erty,
to-wltj''-' i se;a-Mi., .hHijj .
i Toe lactorr oi tne lxtng isiana uoiton .Aims, to
gerherwlih iOl acres land,- tndiKflSjt the entire '
wAiec power of sevea feet-iieBdfBCtrT building ,
00x40. two stories high, floqrlng ana saw mills. '
store arid ootton lwusfeA, blacksmith tUep-And five
tenement bouses, and. th, following machinery :
I Dicker, 1-88 Inch double'bwster-and lapper, 6
Bnicai4 tpflacdid,'railwv eafh 2:drawtng .
frames, 6 deuVerles each, 4 ring frames (Brides- -
berry maceVBUw gooa 'ratr.Jiwuona r
franiei, 12 inrtfldleAtctolnumlwrsplndleA 810, ,
1 TraviroHM'grmdet'brmcn'asofbauM press;
HlM!iargo ict'fioldj ldxm. fiuyj failing, ;
I jfor more sucuiate and dt Suite descilptlon of' '
l&e property ssil Um tndmoAf . sia ie er
fence Is nereby made to the decree above referred.
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pe r cem i . ; : purennse
aiinM i Tanir fspa ' aim ; vauureo . . rcuwa .
, aiai)eat.iA. requai. in-
bond"raad raMwowt'-'JecTirtiy x-teo.bIreA oF
'purchaser, or the Keceiver u or sam. oreewe; su-;,
thoilzedto vary terrna X xut purchasers. The
Receiver is- also authorized, ot . rt&ML ecree, to,ell
said itroperty at private toe; Trpoa snch'terms as . . .
eh ail u Bgreea voji Becween. mm ana,purcnaer.
and lie will entertain pttvate nids unui carot Bare. ,
'rereons wisning w examine b&k propeny rwiu .
find Dr -JL M. ' Powell and AU Levi iuIoT a eAAbaf -.
Llncolnton, Lincoln county, n. C
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