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CHARLOTTE, N. C., SUNDAY JUNE 18, 1882.
egram & o.,
Shoes, Hals, Truck
pEGRAM. & CO.,
HAVE a pretty link of
GECTS' and LADIES' SUPPERS.
" PEG RAM & CO.,
Have the Best Stock of
Cents' Hand-Sewed Shoes
IN THB STATE.
PEGRAM & CO.,
IHVI ALL KINDS OF
ttiildrens' Shoes and Slippers.
PEG RAM & CO.,
KKKP A WI LL SELECTED STOCK OF
Trunks and Valices
OF ALL PRICES AND SIZES.
PEGRAM & CO.,
HAVE JUST RECMVE0 A FINE STOCK OF
ill , Felt and traw Hats
Of the Latent BtyW-s.
Of tbe Luteal Styles.
PEGRAM & CO.,
6N SUIT THBiE
With anf kinds B''OTi? and SBXJESTHIY VT IBS.
t ":,"! t . -
KRKP ALl kl.ND ' OF
Dressing, French Blacking
P K G RAM & CO.,
Can supply yon with the
BEST BRANDS and LATEST STYLES
Ladies' Hisses and Children's Shoes.
1 If Mtl 1 K
' diarrhesa, oooenpanied with tnteuae pain, when
M K triivl ynn Patw Kii Mii, ffwini IrrwTt tnttt.pf
"S wf reUul v-.'; r -, H. J. Nooa.TT
r r ! hMoTAOint8T.,Ixio)Oir,E3.!J
akd X)aria(irarartapnoeof enty-threeyearalnlruU.
I hTe g-iven it in many canea ol diarrhepa, dyiien-
BC tary, aad aaolera, and sear knw it to fafl te (tots
reiki . E Oiduuiwa.
- E 0 . F t Ko family can -safely be without this
rf fill for sale by all druggists at 25c.. 50c.
rl5a( ' ?l 1.0Per bottle.
S PEKKYXTAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
ss Providence, R. I.
O sept dtw sept 4 pet '' A I
"1 U CAM (KEf
q5 - .. t a AITKIN COLLARS, .2 J ? i. ..?
JJ -s A I LINEN HANDKBBCHIKFS at 10c.
1 1 W '.- - rr, H08LKBYFBOM 6e up,
;- I-M A T-TAN8FBOM 2cnp.
ssS -lES"" ' " ' . AC.. aa.AC.--
1 ' ; M3 WVMf' DRE,
M q . M C. M. ETHEREPaE. !
Ship ieiiREfH fjfiAZi J
1 J 1 ra .1
.Yr J . , V tlghteiBanntaa and BestSewVJg Machine In the,
C8 ; r t I ff World. Try ltefort trang any other.
OJS W AGENTS WANTED.
Q s!S S ' -mayii - " " " "
. jtSF3 I 'fad i fL . 1 1 H ! rgMlBSK Springs are two miles from Shelby. 64
. - "-rl - Trshrh,B SkiVll1 be at the Spring,
vgjood, Clotutue, Sec.
A. LOT OF NEW
rAll Ihe Latest- Novelties.
Another lot of Hoop Skirts from 40c U) SI,
Mohair and Linen Ulsters In all styles, troni $i.2ff
to J7. Large stock of Lace Curtains andCrotona
very cheap. Our remnant stock of lien's and
Boys Straw Hats will be closed out rery low.
IS" The attention of Housekeepers is called to 4
a good assortment of Cane Matting that we are
selling at reduoed prices to close out i :
Ai tis orasrJnTarions diseases ofe
bowels are prevalent, and many itWs (Sm ;
liosjnhroagfrjgcfe. ofimowledge of ajpa
and sure faeAyRUY Dados' SPut
KiT.T.Knlg 4 SHrecore for Diarrhcea, Dj?
entrjCMera, Cliolera Mocbns, Summer
Complaint, eta, and is jaaectfy wfe.
Bead th following: 2 v ' ;
PnsT Datts' Pn 1
rra1 Pit Ym w - -
Autetil rMii oromnp i
' TJhe fcm raodlciiie I know or for dnmter-.
- ineaiuor yean ana
, XOlfA. Much U, K8L
T. 12 ii.nwT I.
For twenty ywir I hare UBeayotir Paim Kn.i.n
Hv6 naed It nunT timtw fnrEoml
coinplintaCT U )rfaymrM..WOaiU not IO
without bouie in the
yen. 9 It qe,: mm, and rWioiU. uother
Tistnr It over ttcfctv mm ago. mad II
vealmmMisto teller, woukl nanuy dare
to (ro to
without bottla In Oir nouae..
W. O. BPIMT.
COWWATBOBO. S. C, Feb. 23. 1881.
Nearly every family in this aectiarikeej bottto
In the house. Dai . Mobtok. .
XT. a OomtruRt : - - v
CitmLD, Rhenish PBxran.reb. 8, 188L
I have known Pxbbt Da via' Paik Kijucb almost
fioni the dav It was introduced, and after Tears at
observation and use I regard Its presence hr my-f
iiutiweuuiu as au tnaitptntuH nteettum, - "t
X a Pottkb. V.8. Consul -;w"f
I staUon on arrival of every train.
White and Red 8ulphur and Chaljbeate Waters
. niH iiio. in ml order. A eood string
band secured for the season. Livery accommoda
tions attached to the notei $ M . j
T T. IB .Mil amml nffimiff mdmJv 4rrH i
- p l mayietf A X ? Trnnmetor,
' ( FtlLvU ?T..''iI.v..i rfMAMMajhA Aram
i a i m m . i awaiw .nnvn ,pmM? ninnu.
JT?Zi .ir nre. which he wi4 eod FEES
to HIS leuow-wuiripjo. w ra.i
' 4xatiiam bt.t W. V.- ited-p'j
All Der Times.
Der vorld Id vos grow oldter,
All det umeti;
Mlneselef I dont tcot younger,
All aer times;
Mine vlfe she vos got truer,
But mine Btalldren dey gotu fewer.
Unit mine oldt pants dont got newer,
All der times!
Der Ifin M lrbs grow oldter.
All der times;
Mine heardt, it tos grow oldter,
All dfr times;
I no more cares for dancing,
()r ees rati sen vweetness glancing.
For lofa Is less ent ranclug,
All der times!
Ah! how sad to look before me,
All der times:
Und sadder shtlll pehlnd me, -
, , All der times;
Vhen der plossoms ail (ire faded.
Und mme gray hair dont vos pialded,
For mine paid headt gets more shaded,
All der times!
Der faces dot vos leave ns,
All der times;
Und make us empdy btaoet,
AUdeittmes: . .
Vos wounds our poor affection,
Mlt der sadder recollection,
Mixed mlt sorrow and dejection, -
All der tiroes kw ix
THE LATE LTJTHERAr SYNOD.
The Last Day's Ptoceedincs Not Here
At the time we very much regretted
not being able to publish the last day's
proceedings of the Synod of the South
ern branch of the Iiutheran Church,
wfcich closed Its labors in Charlotte
"Ma 30th, ultimo The Observer rep
resentative who during the Synod re
ported .the' pioceedihgsf was fiadaenly
calltoymihgton, bttt he exacted
ppinlse from Pr.- W-i'escbau, a4etr"
egape, to repoihh
laecaay. nis aaxy ,-yas nw
MrJ Peschau tcarmh off tberoceeit
arelorily odw' iblatorfhbsef
f efei-to thfsttbject; now&tiot&Qlac.
game union wltn"some of the other
T.-vt .it... . 7".
general bodies of the Lutheran Church, ,
wlijich. ought to be made a master of to. i
xosd: ' ,:l ;;
i EXST: CAT'S PKOe3EINH8r-
v W Rev.H. A.ReDaaa. D. D.. read the ra fc
,Tr it tha nnmmitliui AV Ku ot ai1 rt'F l
ppft of the committee on the state of
the church. The report was very en
couraging, i . f - j -
Dr. Wy lie, general agent Of the
American Bible Society, addressed the
Synod. HnLgork was endorsed.
Hav. E. T. Horn proposed various
corrections in our liturgy, which were
referred to the committee on the revis
ion of the Book of Worship. Rev.
Horn was made chairman of the litur
Eev. Dr. S. A. Repass reported en a
Rev. E. T. Horn was made chairman
of the committee on Sunday-school
song and service-book, with Professor
li Louis Ide and Dr. O. B. Mayer. This
committee was instructed to get the
book out at an early day.
The committee appointed to consider
the subject of organic church union
with other Lutheran bodies, submitted
the following report, which after along
discussion was adopted :
Whereas, The question of organic
union with some or the other general
b dies of our church has been consider
ed in a general and informal way at
this convention, and
Whereas. The constrained and limit
ed expression f of opinion thus called
forth may lead to a misapprehension of
our feeling and attitude toward our
brethren of said other general bodies,
therefore, be it '
Resolved: 1st. That this General
Synod does honestly and earnestly de
sire to promote true unity and concord
between all the parts of our Evangeli
cal Lutheran church in this land, and
etaqdsTirepaTed to' co-operate ift any
.concdrreht movement ofJ other general
bodies toward an organic union of our
entire church upon an i unequivocal
Lutheran basis. ' 1 4
Resolved : 2nd. That we again honest
ly disavow that we are controlled by
any sectional .feeling, or alienation in
maintaining 6ur present independent
or separate eitfstenceY and declare our
8ineeTekiesire and p"urpose to promote
mutual conndence ana aoordiai unity;
among all the people '6f 'ptif comtopfr
country; -'' .-cc i.-.s.
Resolved : , 3rov mat our delegates to
those general Ijodies;' be. fnstructed to
lay this tolwattoa:ffiQiaiX':;t6l
them. . " - -
Upon motion the following was' orr
deretrl to be appended to . this declara
tion:.. , , ... 4 !; ;
In view of deeply felt desire in vari-
0U3 parts oi me xutneran cnurcn:
throughput the country for more effici-eut-Jl$alon
th Heteldrjmeift of
the resources or me cnurcn mine unit-!
ed States; be yi.mi
Resotoea. raex tnis general ooay a-
nninta committeeof three ministers.
and three lay men.b Which eommittee
each of its district synods shau.be jejH
Ireented'.iwhose-daity it ahau be toftst!
f or aottUweet simnar1 commrtxees t;
otheT geraral Xiithran bjjdies, tha to!
rmnnM.Uon. vitb: them such' measures:
may be devised .as shallmoat eff ectual-
lv accomPUsn me aesirea ena.
" S. A. Repass, DJD
.). B Hayek, Sr., ; ,
Lr J. R TayUob, i! hi
CAPT. t. L. SEIGLE, J "
'JAY' . ; Committee.
Rev, Dr h' A. Bikle made a report o
church literature. At ..the re quest o
the edito'r, thd General tSynod endorse
Wnv.PJV.i;. Peschau. of Wilmincrtor
Br.C..jasi corresponding, editor. 61 th
Rev. LU, M. Miuerr in. his report! oi i
missions : stated -o that mbre than nin 3
hundred Obllars had passed through th
hands of the; 'centraf iKEplmittlfi mb
oasti two iFeaCT. .-lhis committee Was
continued by theSynoiL. . . !
f The (orgia eynofi warequeaiea to
inquire Into th prospectsliL estibfisb
ing an English mission in the city df
Atlanta, and .report .the; result to the
General Synod. ! ,
, Rev. Dr. Repass offered the following
resolution, which was adopted; ; "T
Resolved; That we hereby express the
sincere pleasure, with which we have
welcomed the presence' at this conven
tion! of Tools esteemed and- venerable
friend 'hnff brother; Rev. Dr. "A. R.
Rude, whose aeencv and counsel were
so eminent in the organization of thir
General Synod fl;nd in the preinoaoa dx
all the important interBSts. committed
CO our BuperTiaiuu, ttuu ooimsotijr pray,
God's blessing to go 'with ' and abide
apon ilni ax' fthertelpted.;;
The following resolutions oi mama
l. ioZt?i, :Timt tbe most : earnest
thanks of the members of this nv6n?'
Uou are ddeYand 'Tierebtijififlaered to
thiaonirTezaUon aadUsDaator;and to
JthecitrzensTand churches oft; Charlotte
for tlwtHMulal iiusoitality . with which
Wet tov been wekjomed-andy en;t
rl a iiemtf ftmoim therjarrVa1 deei
OfFhichjffBhaiVPeart wiLftiis tq pur
dUtantiiomes andpreserveih! fchrsh-
ResotveditXtxc president shal
exrcisesvaccompanied' with such i re-
1.11 CM. W .( 1I WU ,V MMU, . (f.
ration" in regard. id me Qesuonpi
3 . Resoived, Tha& ojit thanks are also
hereby returned to the various rail
roads that have given us reduced rates
of transit to ana from this convention.
4. Resolved, That the thanks of the
General Synod be tendered Col. Cbas.
R. Jones, editor " of CfflE Charlotte
Observer, for his full and excellent
reports of the proceedings of this body,
as also for courtesy extended to the
members of the same.
Dr. Dosh moved that 1,500 copies of
the minutes be printed, and the secreta
ry thinks he can distribute them in 15
days after adjournment.
Rev. E. T. Horn was elected visitor
to the next meeting of the General
Council, and Rev. G. D. Bernheim as al
ternate. Rev. D. M. Gilbert, D. D., was chosen
delegate to the General Synod North,
and Rev 8. A. Repass, D. Das his al
ternate. Sti John's Lutheran tjhnrch, Charles
ton, S. C, was selected as the next place
of meeting, and' Thursday morning af
ter Easter, 1884, as; tiie time.
THE TRIALS OF A SPEAKER.
Ait Incident ia the Maine Legislature
as Related by Mr. Blaine.
Wash. Cor. of the flusishurg. Patriot.
Business calledVme to the house of
Mr. Blaine the. other day, and in the
cunrse of conversation be spoke of the
ahnpy ances to which the Speaker of any
legislative body is subject, and how
necessary itis- tbat.one should be not
opij a thorough parliamentarian, but
verv clear-headed and even tempered,
i I once knew," said he, "down in Au
gusta, Me., a man by the name of Pike.
He was, Speaker of the lower House.
He .was a very able man, but dreadfully
crotchety at times. A legislative body,
lyou Know, is liKe a scnooi. Tne epeaKer
rmust keep the reins drawn tight or he
will lose all control, and the members
will commence, throwing spit-ballsat
eacn( outer, mexapnoncaiiy : speaKing.
cVYell. oile ' dar4 jtnfl House gptt into a
drejaofui anarw he Tttrp of. pBtyersity
seemed xa nave taken possession or
thejm alii -Th whole day had been
spekt in dHatbrr motions on ofie side,
: piermruuy taterspersea wicn -cnamng
ana abuse from tne other, inse, who
wak nearly frantic with rage, still pre-
Kservea a ealm:xterio At last bis pa
tience gave wa, ahd poundmg"witb the
gayel until ahpartlal quiet had been re
stored, he exclaimed : 'It has been .
mdved 'and seconded that the House
adjourn ; wall in favor of that nro
tiop, etc' No one had made such
J. - l A
? pro position ana mere were out iwo
1601 6 ayCS,
Those opposed,' shouted the Speaker,
and a perfect Chorus of noes went up
that fairly shook the Chamber, But
Pike was not disconcerted. 'The ayes
have it, and the House is adjourned.'
You kniw," continued Mr. Blaine in
his instructive manner, "that when a
body finishes its deliberations it ad
journs until some particular time.
Aware of this fact, a tall member from
Aroostook arose in his seat and point
ing, his long, bony finger in Pike's di
rection, exclaimed :
"We adjourn, Mr. Speaker, to meet
. The answer came with crushing
promptness: I don't give a if you
never meet again.' "
' Only Lodging, No Meals.
Raleigh News and Observer.
A good story is told by the police, at
the expense ot a brace of delegates to
the Republican State Convention, one
from the east, the other from the west,
both of them being among the best
known and most prominent Republi
cans in the State. Fatigued with their
arduous labors in the attempted "har
monizing of the elements," Tuesday
night, they rambled out about 1 o'clock
in the morning to find some lunch.
Years ago they had eaten, drank and
been merry in the front basement of;
the markst house, so they gravitated
there. A oright light was burning, but
the door was locked. They knocked
loudly, when there was a speedy open
ing of the door by a policeman. With
the most nonchalant air imaginable the
delegates walked down stairs, and as-
soon as they reached the bottom began
calling for beer and lunch. There was
no response save a laugh, Dut in a mo
ment the omcer on duty recovered his
equilibrium sufficiently to say that they
only furnished lodging, no meals or
drinks. Both the casual callers looked
at each other, looked at the policeman
as he stood proudly before thernlrr his
nobby and new summer.nniform, and
simultaneously broke for the stairway,
yelling out, " the place; it's the
guard house r There have since been
many laughs and many dnnxs at the
expense of the two unfortunates. ; ; -,
Bitten by a Copperhead.
One day last week Johnnie Temple
ton, of Davidson township, was out
crow shooting and stopped to gather
some strawberries in a field, whett: he
was bitten on the hand by a large; cop-
berhead snake. As soon as the snake
lelLf rom his hand, he, with rare nerve,
tricked ud his gun. shot it and theU'has-
paned-home, about a mile distant . It
fortunately happened that Dr.tloxis
ton. the-family physician, was.ftst
then, passing, and he was -called la ahd'
applied sweet oil, both to th wonnd
and internally, which . soon gaye "relief.-
- - - :
.'...'.Petersbiirg Goes to the Rescue.
Petersbtjro. Va.. June
scription. headed by the tobacco ex
change, has been started here f or the
relief of the Patrick, county sufferers.
The indications are that liberal on-
BaDIOBb AlXM' AID lBO&FBISSS Wi
Mass. The great tonic and alterattvo'
twice as much Iron and fifty per cent, more
tnum than any "atam: and iron mass" km
Just the thing for the- 'Spring weakness" now so
general. -Sold y aU urugglsU of any standing
Prices redneed one half. , ,
mayl)-tf - " ' - ;
: Overworked men and women, persons oi seden
tary hiblts. and other whose system needs re-
csBersilon. nerves toned, and muscles st'enethen-
i ed. should use Brown's Iron Bitters.
An important dis
covery, by whicl
every family ma
give their lineh
that beautiful fin
ish peculiar to fine
, lav&dry work.
Ask your Grocer.
J. B. DOBBINS, PhiUdelphia, Pat
FOR SALE BY J. , KPEKCER. St CO
stud FIELDS BHOS,, CfcSvrltj'Ny C ,'
HARRIS REMEDY 40.; 8TVcV
Tms tUm aad Mkn wa nffer
tram Kcnrgaa aa Payifaal BU1
Hyr VnBtMan -BaaaaMioa- aad
uraw ana giMay Mateqwaoe,
ThReaTlotDiV)ie. Mal Aartli2ataTir
la, S eaoafh to cSWt an, aatua ia MTwaoaMa J a .A
Oartac UMWMettaK.fi. ay atatt te tala wnmn..
toa. fer mff T ah la. PaawUat antrl.'
I toaail aad mtit of curt not tWa applioatfcai
l. , , : 1
tang t Xpert eno. ia curing diieaMS ef Um BleesT, Sklai aad (i)
Weakas, Co i ihsw. aypAtaOo-W Mot rial
ASoatlo isslally treated oa saiehaOe priaetples, t.
with safe aad sere lemedies. CaUor wtita-toLiatotilasa.
Unas to as aamrend ay these aesiriDf trsataMa by anil
(reneaasaaerlar Iraa awaireweaiaMntaaaraawBH,m .
and isara esMikiaf te their adraatafe.. It b not a trass. Jbft
Addreaa. DR. BUTTS, IS B. Sth St, ttrLeeJa, Hsa.l;
v;SMT4BUSIIEn O TIB T&I8TT 'YEABS, jt; ..
t 1n o .
im .iii ii.uii
W H H111UJ
Hotv Sbstll Sbe Preserve Her Health
' On who has long investigated this subject gives
the result, and la happy to ear that It Is found In
Woman's "Best Friend." It Is adapted especially
to that .great central, all-controlling organ, the
0mb, correcting Its disorders, and curing any b
Tfcgrriiwity of the "menses." or "courses." Dr. J.
Bradfleld's Female Begulator acts like a charm in
whites, and In sudden or gradual checking, or In
entire stoppage of the "monthly courses," from
cold, mental trouble, or Uke 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 aod decisive, sav
ing the constitution from numberless evils and
wsmatHra decay. Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfield,
Atlanta, Ga. Price: trial slxe, 75e; large size,
81.00. For sale by all druggists.
From the Toledo Blade.
OF EXTRACT OF CELERt AND
CHAMOTIIXE UPON THE
NERVOUS SYSTEM and DIGESTIVE
A a Invariably Produced by Dr. C. W.
' Benson Celery and Chamo
They have been tested time and again, and al
ways with satisfactory results. This preparation
lust meets the necessities of the ease. Let me
-state just what my Pills are made to cure, and
what they have cured and will euro: Neuralgia,
Nervousness, Sick Headache, Nervous Headache,
Dyspeptic Headache, Sleeplessness, Paralysis 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' an 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 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 ease.
Bold by aH druggtsta. Price, 60 cents a box.
Depot 106 North Eutaw street, Bala more, Md.
By mall, two boxes for 81. or six boxes for 82.50,
to any address. .
4 ; DRl C. W, BENSON'S
i J ' U Warranted to Our '
jB 0 X K M A , TETTERS, HUMORS,
! INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH, SCALY ERUPTIONS,
j DISEASES OF HAIR ANO SOALP,
SCROFULA ULCERS, P1MPLE8 and
TENDER rTCHINCScmanpartiof the
body. It makes the akia white, aoft and smooth;
remove ao and frocltiee, and ia tha BEST toilet
dreeatng-ta THB WOBLD. KlnefciiOy pat up, two
bottles In one package, oonniBting of both Internal
and external treatment.
All first class druggists have it. Prioetl.perpockage.
C N. Crlttenton. Sole Wholesale Agent for Dr.
C. W. Eenson's Remedies 115 Fulton street, New
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is t Positive Cure
Foajdl thaa Palmral Ceaaplalata sad Weakneaaea
a aomaaea to oar keat reaaale faymlatlan.
A Medlclat for Woman. layette by a Woman.
Prepared by Woman.
Tao Oraatt XadUal DbMrary Si see ta Ban at History.
tyit re rires tha drooping spirits. Invigorates aad
hanmniaes tke organic roaotjona, girtt alaatieity and
Brmnest to thsatflp, rastoros the natural lustre : to the
eye, and plants on tlvepala cheek of woman the fresh
rosea of life's spring and early summer time; -r-Phyicltns
tnts It astfPrtscrlbs ft Freety.-es
It remoTes fMntnnw, flatulsncy, destroys .all craving
f or timulnt,ranJrelfrrs weakness ot tie stomach.
That feeHng-of bearing flswn, eastngpatn weight
and backache, is always perdajtentcwed by Its use.
For tbe ear of Btldaey Coanplalats of either ex
this C poaaAla unraaaod. ,
X.TDIA K. POCCHAar BLOOD- PTEIFIER
win eradicate every .Testis of Bumors front the
Blood, and giro tone and strength to the system, of
inaa woman or child, vbslst on baring iW0 ., , . .
Both the Compound and Bipod Purine are prepared
at SSS and 235 Western Avenue) Lynn, Hass. . Price of
either, '9L ' Six bottles for AS. Sent by mail in the form
of pills, or of loaengea, on receipt of price, $1 per box
foretthea. . Hrs,Pinkham freely answers aH: letters of
Inquiry. Enclose Set. Stamp.' Send for pamphlet.
No family should be without LYDIA E. PIVKHAM'S
LTVEB, PTLLS. - Taer eure oonstipaUon, UUpusneEs,
and torptdUy of thelirer. S6 oerta per box, . .
i . MaraW by aU Druglsta.-St ,' (!)
F, G. MUNZtER
The Berpv i.Eud Brewery Compaiiy s
(Of Philadelphia, Pa.,)
(riibrated bger Been
In Kegs and Bottles.
Bottled beer a specialty
tyHave Just received a small lot of BOTTLXO
ALE and POUTER, which I offer to the public at
a reasonable price. Address
FRED C. MUNZLBR.
Lock Box 255, Charlotte, N. C,
WITH PATT ERNS
A JOB LOT OF SEVERAL LINES OK
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ind are offering them very much below the real value. Call and get a bargain. Have also Just receiv
ed per freight several things that will pay you to inspect. Just received new
FASHION SHEETS FOR JULY.
CHARLOTTE, IM. C.
BRANCH of TjTTXT3E3XT t5 TZJrPTZm.
Thousands ot Musical Famlllt s tbrooghont North and South Carolina are Intending to. .pqiebase
PIAN03 and ORGANS In the Fan, -when cotton comes In. WHY WAIT? Buy at once, and enliven
the long, hot SUMMER MONTHS w 1th Music and make the "HARVEST HOME" still mrjre'Joyful.
Under our md-Summer 'Saie, we 'offer to sell during the months of JUNE, JULY, AUGUST and 6EP
TEMBKH, 1882. PIANOS and ORGANS, of eveiy make, style and price, at oar very lowest cftsh rates.
On PIANOS $25 Cash, Balance November lst 1882
On ORGANS $10 Cash, Balance November lfetj 1882.
WITHOUT IUTEEEST OB AHT ADYAHCE :mCE,
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IF BALANCE CANT BE PAID IN THE FALf,i '
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Longer lime will be given, with a rea-onable Increase of price. Ail" InrrnmtTitsef ;even'gTOahd
price Included In this sale. Tell your musical friends of It. Write ns for Cat hkgaeB.IWce Lists anil
Clreu.ars. This sale closes October 1st 1882 Early purchase secures cash prices and easy terms.
blx (rt) years guarantee, stool and Instruetor with every Organ. Freight paid both wjiyiu ho sale.
Test them ia your own boa es. Address " ' " k j;
' );( '. ; TVE oSiaait la. M-ttslo(SSta..4.
W PBOE. WM. BAKKB is my authotlzed Tuner and Repairer. All work "guaranfee'i1 endwders
tO this hOUSe. !. , ; U zMflrMm. atdfilOTH.
W. A. TRUSLQWX
JEWELER, KEEP J CONSTANTLY on HAND A VELL SELECTED STOCK OF
WALTHAM AND ELGIN GHES ;
In Gold and Sliver Cases, all of which he fully Warrants Reliable TUm Keepers. Business men know
AndagoodlnvestmentistobuyaGood Watch. If
A few days and have,lt regulated. He can give
Jun9 Im , .
IS EITHER LiqilD Oil DRY FORM J
That Acts at the so me time on
TEE LITER, MS MOWSLSA
' -.JLIID T3S K1DB2YS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
iBetcme ve alkht these ,great prgantf to
becorflte e!oggd or torpid, . mnd poisonous
4.1 VSR COMPLAINTS,
BISEABES; FKKAIJS WEAKH ESSES,
Hi. AND NEBTOUS DIOBSEKS, , (
by ct(Utingfrt4 action of, ihe organs audi
feridringVudr poioer ta tAxnc eff discern.
Ufhv tomet4 with Plies,' CoastlpaUoh!
Why Trlghteiied Over disordered Kldaeyst r
Why eadore aervoas er aiek headachesl i
It ia eut an ia Dry. Yerelaife Fensu in Ua
M one package bf'wniclf makes six quarts of I
medicine. 'AIM FerwrVery Conees
trateoVf er Ms4 hafeeanoot readOy prepare it
I SXtatH WtO egnal efficiency in either form.
GET.fS OF TOCB CRUOOIST. ' PBICS, t.oe
WELLS, RXCHABDSOX Co., Prop's,
Special Offer :
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your old Watch does not keep tlmv leave with
over1 6ne hundred references in the elty.
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BY Virtue of a decree of the SupsF-r Court of
Catawba county, made in the ease ot P. c.
bhuf ord and others, plalntlfFs, vs. A. it Powetl
and, oUiers: detendatrts, at Spring term, - 882, of
Catawba eohaty Superior Court,; the undersigned,
as Receiver will selt at public sale, at the Long
Island Cotton Mills, on MONDAY, ibe 3BD Xk
of JUAY, 1 882 Ahe fouowtng vuiuable Prop eriy,
to-wit; ! ' i " t '
) Th factory of the-Lenz. Island Cotton Mills, to-
gethar,vdlh,ieV4 acres land, tnclddmg the entire
water imwer ui wsrea leei oesoi BMSwry. 'Dauaiog
f50x40,wo stories hlghvnouilng and saw mills,
store and cotton nouses, blacksmith shop and live
tenement housetv and; the foUowlnc: machinery:
jl wcaer, t ita-mca, aouota Dener .ana lap per, u
36-roch 1 4 tornaf caids:; railway beadi 3 drawimr
frames, fl delttertes;eaci,;4 ilng .fanies., (Brides
berry malce). alUn good brder.. 2 Danf orth can
frames, 1 82 spthdlestotatBTOben srindies 810.
1 Travis card grinder,, bunch, and, baling press;
also a large lot of ' oi kwmsl Bullies, shaitinir.
Fox. more accurate and dennltd deserlntlon of
the. property and tceMnmUoCToTlald sale refer
ence w hereby made to thevtieareeabsvw referred.
TEKMa Twenty , per - -cent r ot x purchase
mopey cash -and" fh balance' te--equal in
stalnMDta : ot - three- meata and. -six, months.
bond . and approired . security redulre jlot
purchaser,' w tbe becelvwtsiby sald,t)ecree au
thoilzedte' varf. terms jtomu purcbasers. , The
Receiver ls'alsd authorized DyidDaereA tn nnii
said jprQperty at prtvate' nB0naali terms as
snau ne sgreeq upon between him and purchaser. .
and he will entertain private bids untlt day ot sale. "
imwju, toning iwojutuiuiq jmum property win
find Dr A. M. Powell and alr. levtshuferd on the u
premlsesralQier of- vrhom-trUt-take pleasore In '
howlBg'tiy& Bame Address. f '...- . ,
.!. .jocln ii. uiitsis, Beceiver, .
lano ,i '' !lIJn(lntriiiIcolnw)rinty,lt1,a "K "
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