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CHARLOTTE, N. C., TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1882.
(Pv: M F ft
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ill J'eit and to Hats
Of the Latest Hyl-s.
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BEST BRANDS and LATEST STYLES
Ladies' Misses and Children's Shoes.
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A LOT OK NEW
All the Latest Novelties.
Another lot of Hoop Skirts from 40c to $1.
Mohair and Linen Ulsters In all s'yles, from $1 25
to 97. Large stock of Lace Curtains' and Cretans
very cheap. Our remnant stock of Men's and
Boys' straw Hats will be closed out very low.
W The attention of Housekeepers is eai:ed to
a good assortment of Cone Matting that we are
selling at reduced prices to close our.
T. L Seigle t Co,
vi die t
At this season, various diseases of the
bowels are prevalent, and many lives die
. lost through lack of knowledge of a safe
and sure remedy. Perby Davis' Pain
.Killer ia a sure cure for Diarrhoea, Dys
entery, Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Summer
Complaint, etc, and is perfectly safe.
Bead the following:
BlIKBITDOL W. T- March f& .
Vtaaa Davis Jam Kimta r fa to of or
l rttitf for mdd and nain 1
m the etomacri.
- .'-"r 'i'JtowMinu K. Y-Feb. a, wsi.
,The eery t medicine I know of for dysentery,
chotera morbus. and cramps in the stomach. Have
used It for years, and It is ear em every time.
r- ! r- . Julius W. De.
MonrooKA, Iowa, March 13,1881.
I have need your Paxbt Kn.i.n in seyere cases of
v coiicanu cooler moroosna it gave almost
i reiiei. xi. js. jAU)wri.i
Tor twenty jeaJil hi wSdyow Sotua
In my family. Have used it many times for bowel
complaints, and it atoanew-M. would not feel safe
without a botUe in the boose. . J.B.Ivm
., - Baoo, M., Jan. S3, 1H8L
Have need Panax Davis' Path Kiujcb for twelve
years. It ia qe. tut; tm4 ratiabU. No mother
should allow It to be oat of the family.
H. I. Natm.
Osxida, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1881.
We benn using' it over thirty years sgo, and it
always rive immediate relief. Woukl hardly dare
to go to bed without a bottle in tbe bouse.
W. O. Spxmy.
CottwaTBOBO, 8. 0., Feb. 22, 188L .
Nearly every family in this section keejw a bottle
in the house. Da. E. Moaxox.
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Ceild, Bhxnish PBUssiA.Feb. 8, 188L
I have known Pzbbt Davm' Pant Kn.i.ga almost
from the day it was introduced, and after years of
bousebold as en
ooeervauon ana use i egara its presence in my
8. Pottkb, U. 8. Ocmirat
t had' been several days suffering severely from
- diarracam, aoeotnpanied with intense pain, when I
tried your Pant K n.ixn, and found annost instant
rettef. '' ..-. v. :Bm J.Koow,
SLMoKTAOtrs StLohdok, Emo.
Daring' a residence of twenty-three years in India,
I have given it in many cases of diarrboBs, dysen
tery, and cholera, and never knew it to fail to give
.relief. . -. K. Claioixi.
' No family .can Safely be without this
invaluable remedy. Its price brings it
, - within the reach of all.
Tof sale by all druggists at 25c., 50c
and $1.00 per bottle.
PERRX DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
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sept d tw sept & oct
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. . , OPENKD MAY 15th, 1882. ;
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THtSX Springs are two mOes 'frbm Shelby. 54
mites west of Charlotte, and within 1 mile-of
tbe Carolina Central Railway running from Char
lotte to Shelby. Hacks win be at the Springs'.
Station on arrival of every train.
COLO AMD WARM BATHS.
. Whtte and Bed Sulphur and Chalybeate Waters
a Bowling Alley in good order. A good string
band secured for the season. Livery aexjommoda-
vnr fnrthMr nartteolara address
f I mafif tt YJf.f. m f 1 1 Proprietor.
... n ... .ia, bcd. ruaiun.
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j . a V0 AN H OO lOR'EOT 0 R t f,f
1 "a victim of youthful imprudence canaing Premi-,
"tore recsy. trvouA'DebUWiIt M6bood, etc',,
Awing tried lavaiB svery koowirMmedy. hardis--Vuvered
t simple seK Cure, -wbicb be wUt vend FRES
to bis feUow-sofferers, rtdresa li, UKEYlS,
43 Chatham t.,
The New Shakspeare.
The author of a new book of traves
ties on - Shakspeare'a plays shows him
se ta student of Shakspeare, and very
cleverly alters the poet's language to
make ludicrous all he touches. His
vereioji of lock', address tto Anto
nio is a fair sample of the liberties' he
has taken with the original text, and is
as folio ws;
Signor Antonio, many a time and oft
In der Rialto you haf abused me
About my nioneys, und said dot
I look more inderest in a year.
Den der brirfcipal Was come to !
Still haf I born all dosemit
A patient shrug:
Fqf.vat yoUjCall it? Sufferance t
Vas der badge Of all- eur tribe.
You call me bad names
Misbeliever, cut throat, son uv a gun,
Cheap Shcra, un-d sO on". :
Ve,U, der, ft ras no'w appeared
Dot you 'need mine helup!
You come to me und yon said
Mister Shy locfc, old poy, I vpuld , ,
Like totborJow ffrfto3ajadrducat4 t
You, dot haf bootedfme " "
Two. dree'.s seVerJil dimes,
Und spurned ins from your threshold
Like a dog! Moneys is your suit, den?
By goodness you haf more cheek
As a book' agentt Should I!not satd!?
Haf a dog moneys j
Do a son of a gun
Keep, a pahk ackonndtV
Didn't it peen impossibility j
Dafc a cur should lend you
Dree dousand ducats? Or, ;
Shall I bend low, and in a bondsman's!
t-. tey-r, rs ' - - -,
"Mid bated breath und vhispered hnm-
Said thist ?
Fair sir, you spit on me on - Vednesday.
Yoir 8purned toe on Thursday
On'Friday you told me to vipe off
Minechin-offfv : ;:
ilaoddei'dimeyoa.calllile " "
;Old Sttck-rn-der-mtidr N
lUnd now, for dose dings, ,
I lend yon a five-cent nickel, i
TJad took a mortgage- "
On your old paldnead! j
CHINAMEN AS MASONS.
But Not Allowed to JEnter Lodge Rooms
Here Ceremonies Somewhat Simi
New York Sun.
Although it may not be generally
known, the Chinamen of thisektr ave
instituted a Masonic lodge. On several
occasions members of the Chinese lodge
tiave sought to fraternize with mem
bers of oiner Masonic loages, Duton
every occasion have been repulsed. The
(Juiuameii were considered in tm tiers ul
a clandestiue lodge, and as such not
worthy of notice. The Chinese lodge
is less than two years old, but it now
has three hundred and eight members.
Its formation was due largely to tbe
efforts of Deputy Sheriff Tom Lee and
the Chinese interpreter, Jean Baptista,
aided by eight other Chinamen less pub
licly known than they.
It is fairly well understood now, how
ever, by students of Masonie ritualism,
that there is a Grand Lodge of Masons
in the Celestial Empire, and that tbe
Emperor, as well as his Grand Secre
tary, who did the honors to Gen. Graat,
and lately introduced the first telegcah ,
line into China, with many others about
the court, are Masons. As to just how
near the ritual ndvptfd by-4he Grand
Lodge comes t the ritual in vogue
among the Masons in the United States,
and how and when Masonry was intro
duced into China, there is great diver
sity of opinion. Some authorities in
cline to the belief that the ritual adopt
ed by the Chinese was one used by
Eastern Masons at the beginning of the ;
present century. Another authority
says that Freemasonry has become so
widespread, and publications of a Ma
sonic character are bandied about so
loosely that it is not difficult for irry
one to become familiar with the secrets,
and his inference is based on that.
Other authorities say that Chinamen
have been initiated into Masonic lodges
in the East, and in the course of t me
have fallen out of them, and thus u sed
their experiences and knowledge to a
good account in formingiodges'nr'their
own country. Those who have this
opinion count a great deal on the imita
tive faculty of the Celestial, rather
than on a well-balanced, retentive
memory. If Buch be the case, Freema
sons would expect to find a similarity
of signs, symbols and forms in the
lodges of the Chinese, rather than iq the
words or names of officers. The .lodge
in this city was instituted by request
from the Grand Lodge of California,
which got its charter from the Grand
Lodge ia China, Lodges are, establish
ed in towns wherever there is a con
siderable gathering Of Chinamen. In
Havana they are numerous. In Chica
go and Sc. Louis it is thought that there
is one each, if not more; In the princi
pal cities of California there are paany.
The Master who organized, the lodge
in this city, under authority fnrmthe
Grand Lodge, is Yong Ilin Tii. He is
now absent from the city, having been
in the Western States on business for
over three months. In the meantime
the Deputy Master acts. Yong HinTii
was chosen Master for a second term, it
is said, because no member had yet be
come so familial as he with the myste
ries of Masonry. The lodge has now
arrived at that period when the mem
bers believe that they can do better by
enlarging their accommodations. There
Is not room enough, the officers say, for
the large number that come to the lodge
room, and there is a desire to secure
some large house in Mott street, but
there is none to bo had. Property in
that neighborhood is leased to China
men, but no part of it is large enough
to accommodate the lodge. Jean Bap
tista, the interpreter, says that the cere
monies in the lodge are almost similar
to those in lodges of other Masons in
this city. He does not know whereia.
they differ except possibly in the naffl
ing of the officers. fr
It is in the by-laws of the (Jhinese
lodce that curiosity is aroused. ThefiS
was a time in this country when it was
supposed by non-Masons that one Ma
son was supposed to do almost any-j
tmng ma auoiuer aajicu mww uu. ;a
consiueraiion ui 4,iw uy-iovro ox
"Tii ZX ".-tZ'diTA
that supposition good. A Ctrioese 51a-
son muse uo ail in uia power w u
brother Mason. He must not esta
a lanndrv within two blocks of a b
er, and must dissuade every i o&er;
Chinaman from doing so. If ho should,
be so unfortunate as to fail in business,
ho must be heloed and nut on his fgetr
If non-Masons crowd him, they must-i
be talked to and requested to wiait-the,
coming of better times for thepayreot:
of thetr claims. Should they Btlll rDetr
sist, payment. is made by a weajtfry
member, or out of the lodge iunqs.
ne has been known to be recreasit in
this trust. If a Chinaman whojs,.
Mason should stab or otherwise assault
another Chinaman "who isalsoa-Ma
son, everything in their, power ; shofcrkt
be done by the members of the fodg&Jb
tide oyer , the difficulty and sMnrStho.
release of the Cihaman ;he-raxc
fnmfl nf ' nhiaamen that asked Dermis
sioii of JiiBticeK3ibrtlt)e
the assailant of Gam Wah and hia wiffij
than to know his standings in' China,
UU4 WW MWUV w WW am aw 1 - j,
Should wChioesMasoir ovr e a uttj
er Ju.ason anv. sunuiie- mua, not aim.ut
.the courts tof the recovery o? tnacmamv
purnemascpui uiemawria unenanas
or jne armirauon cqmnntteeni ipe
lodirel If the creditor insists on nromot
payment; and-the debtor has it in0tten
he Is to receitBlttfrom the lodge; f ill
latter course lis seldom been ( rsor tea.
to.H Chinese Mosonry tncuicatea among
its members feelings of kindness, gooo-
nass and fraternity. It is not alone a
Masonic by law, Lut it is a general con
sideration with Chinamen that they
help one another. The Chinese Mason
must believe in a God, the same as a
Christian. All of the three hundred
and eight are members of some church.
Most of them are Methodists, but there
are Presbyterians, Episcopalians and
Baptists among them.
isaptista did hot know it for a fact
that the highest court officials of China
are Masons. He had only heard of it,
but to his mind it was one indication
of the progress made by ChristiaLlry
A favor might have been extended to
the Emperor's court officials. Tbe
lodge has lost only two members by
death. Wong Gong was buried from
60 Oliver street with great funeral pomp
on August 13, 1881. Like honors were
extended to Dek Fook, of Division
street, in the latter part of April last.
With the borial rites of tfreir country
have been embodied some rites institu-;
ted by Masonry. A feature of thej
Chinese Mason's funeral is a brass band;
and. a hgtr&if tom-toms. Another is
the cooked meats. Another is 'tKe"seiif-;
fng of bits of white paper over the
ground to ward Off evil spirits, who are
supposed to be very curious, and will
pick up the papers and thus be kept
from following the dead. There are'
other ceremonies at the tuner als, but
they have not attracted more than pass
ing notice. The bodies of Chinamen
not Masons are simply buried. Besides
paying funeral expenses, the lodge puts
aside, a certain amount for the support
of a Widow, children, or relatives rely
ing for maintenance upon the deceased
Mason. They also send word to the
friends in .China of the disposition of
the remains, and care for his effects, if
he has any, under the eye of the public
-V- meat PTeservatioB.
The second part of a demonstration
of a new method (under Jones's patent)
of meat'preservatlon was given recent
ly at the-' Cannon Street Hotel, when
the efficacy of the process was proved in
a practical way by the serving for
luncheon of itjuttdn killed tm March 0,
or 39 nine days before. The carcasses
from which the joints served up were
cut, had been kept in a butcher s shop
at a temperature varying between 50
degrees and 60 degrees Fab. Mr. Hard-wicke,-
who presided, remarked on sit
ting down to lunch, that the meat
would be found to have been prepared
in tbe simplest way, in order that the
flavor and quality of the flesh might be
better appreciated. The experiment
showed that the mutton, of which boil
ed and roasted joints were served, was
perfectly from any taint or taste of the
antiseptic chemical used to preserve it,
and that the meat retained its natural
juiciness and flavor. It was, moreover,
very tender. The process differs from
other appliances of antiseptics to the
preservation of meat in one important
feature the preservative substance,
(boracic acid) is injected into a vein
while the creature, though stunned by
a blow on tbe head, is still alive, and
the action of the heart is relied upon to
pump it through every part of the body
into which the vascular system system
ramifies. With regard to a question
which has been raised as to the inm -cency
or boracic acid as an antiseptic,
Colonel Harger quoted Dr. F. P. At
kinson, who says: "Considering the
well known properties of boragic acid
itii exceedingly cjuioua how little .it I
has been administered as an internal
remedy. Its effect in diphtheria, both
locally and internally, is very marked."
This he proceeds to show by reference
to observations of Dr. Cossar Ewart
and Dr. Malcolm Simpson, and subse
quently states that "a dose is 5 to 15
grains. It has one particular recom
mendation, and that is its tastelessness."
In the room was shown tbe carcass of
a sheep killed on tbe 6th of March last,
still in perfect condition, and to pre
serve which 5 ounces of boracic acid
were usedjthe whole carcass weighing
74 pounds. The two hindquarters of
another sheep, killed on tbe 20th of
February, or 54 days ago, were also
shown. No difference was perceptible
between the condition of one or tbe
other. To preserve the latter, which
weighed 89 pounds, 6 ounces of boracic
acid had been used. As. however, a
large proportion of the solution inject
ed probably flows away with the blood
when the creature is struck by the
butcher, two minutes after the injec
tion of the boracic acid, it is impossible
in the absence of any data from careful
quantitative analysis to calculate tbe
quantity remaining in the fibre of, say
half a pound of meat, before cooking.
But small as this quantity must be,
there can be no doubt that, introduced
in this way into the living organism, it
suffices to preserve not only the carcass,
but also the heart, liver, kidneys, and
other organs of the body. The econom
ical advantages of a method which, if
used in the abattoirs of Sydney or Mel
bourne, would only render it necessary
to reduce the temperature in the stor
ing rooms during the voyage to 50 de
grees Fah., instead of 30 degrees Fan.
must evidently be considerable. The
loss of weight injaaheep thus preserved
and kept for one month has been found
to be about 5 per cent , ' ,
Ongia of N ative Geld.
Prof. J. S. Newberry has presented
some strong points of fact and argu
ment against the theory that the grains
and nuggets of gold found in placers
are formed by precipitation from chem
ical solutions. He holds, in a paper he
has published on the subject, that geol
ogy teaches in regard to the genesis and
distribution of gold ; that it exists in
the oldest known rocks, and has been
thence distributed through all strata
derived from them ; that, in the meta
morphosis of these derived rocks, it has
been, concentrated Jnto seggregated
quart? Yjit,-rfB6rH0 pocess not yet
uqderstoodthat-it N it constituent of
fis$irre einX-oJjjalteologscal i ages,
whereithas- beenxdepositeojCrom hot
chfemicjff solutions, which have reached
deenlv buried crocks of various! kinds.
"atfewrinfei:oml.3them gold with other
ptoehijinersis ; and that gold has
.;& a. ' t. z ...
tettmy-wtfFhTmJDdj boat- mass" known.
Jnst the thfng fof thgl'pflPf veakn8" now so
generate Sold" by. taTproggjats pf any standing.
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whites, and In sudden or gradual checking, or In
entire stoppage of the - "monthly courses," from
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ing the constitution from numberless evils and
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31.50. Forsale by all druggists.
TFrom the Toledo Blade.
'OF EXTRACT OF CELERY AND
CHinoniLE UPON THE
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resented to be, and are guaranteed to give satis
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Bold by all druggists. Price, 50 cents a box.
Depot 100 North Eataw street, Baltimore, Md.
By mall, two boxes for 81, or six boxes for 82.60,
to any address.
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
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C. W. Benson's Bemedies, 115 Fulton street. New
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
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Far aU tkeae PainiWl Complaints sad Weaknesses
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A Medicine for Womta. Invented by a Woman.
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Both tbe Compound and Blood Purifier are prepared
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F. C. MUNZLER
The Broer & Enpl Brewery Company s
(Of Philadelphia, Pa,)
Cdr brated Lager Beer,
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BOTTLED BEER A SPECIALTY.
ISP-Have just received a small lot of BOTTLED
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Thousands ot Musical Families ttroughout Nrth and South Carolina are Intending to purchftse
PIANOS and OHGAN3 in the Fall, when cotton comes In. WHY WAIT? Buy at once, and enliven
the long, hot SUMMER MONTHS with Music and
Under our Mid-Summer Sale, we offer to sell during the months of JUNE,. JULY, AUGUST and SEP
TEMBER, 1882, PIANOS and ORGANS, of eveiy make, style and price, at our very lowest CAnh rates
On PIANOS $25 Cash, Balance November 1st, 1882.
On ORGANS $10 Cash, Balance November 1st, 1882.
WITHOTTT IUTEEEST OH
IF BALANCE CAN'T BE
Longer lime will be given, with a reasonable increase
price Included in this sale. Tell your musical friends
Circulars. This sale closes October 1st 1882 Early
t-lx (rt) years guarantee. Stool and Instructor
PROF. WM. BAKER Is my authorized Tnner
to this house.
WAf CUE'S' and JUEWEIilf!
W. A. TRUSLOW,
JEWELER, KEEPS CONSTANTLY on
WALTH AM AND
In Gold and Silver Cases, all of which he fully Warrants Reliable Time Keepers. Business men know
TTT 1 "TXIVtia
And a good investment is to buy a Good Watch. If
A few days and have It regulated.
THE ONLY MEDICINE
EITHER LIQUID OK DBT FOBS
That Acts at the so me time on
THSZIVEB, TEE BOWELS,
I AffD TES SIDFS7S.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Btcctute we allow these great organ to
become dogged or torpid, and poltonoui
hvmort art therefor forced Into the blood
that vumdoe expelled naturally.
IT TaaaaaT aaammll ill ill IB maaammmll ammllal
WILL SURELY CURE
j KIDNEY DISEASES,
PII.IS, CS8TIPATIOS, rKINAKT
BIBEA8C8, FKKALE WZAKKE8SE6 '
by causing freeactioti Qf these organs and
fettdrini their poteer to throw off disease.
j Why suffer Billow palas and achesl ',
TTav tormented with Piles,' Coastipatloal
Way frigkteied em disordered nUdaeytf
Whv'eadare aervoat or tick headaches!
Use KTrjBTaWpBTaad' roies ia heaUh.
? It Is pnt ap In Dry Yeretakie rrav. ia Un
eans ene packace ot which makes six quarts of
medicine. , Also lalistUyena, very Caa-
trated, for those that cannot readily prepare it.
' tfli acta witt; equa efficiency a either form.
QEE ITOr.YODSDUUQai3T:.PIiICK, wi.e
" WELLS, BIGHARDSOS A JlOy, Prop'a;
(Wm Jead the dry poet-peJd.) T BimCOTOH, TT.
SEVERAL LINES OF
O O O O
O O O O
make the "HARVEST HOME" still more Joyful.
Special Offer :
AU? ABVASCE !U PRICE,
PAID IN TOE FAI,1V
of price. All Instruments of every grade nnd
of It. Write us for Catalogues. Price Lists and
purchase secures cash prices srid easy terms.
with every Organ. Freight Dald both wars if no sale.
moBmitu Aiusio zzo-uso.
AU work guaranteed. Send orders
. V . H. McSMITH.
HAND A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
your old Watch does not keep time, leave with
give over one hundred references in the city.
B Y Ylrtud of a flecretf of the Superior Court of
Catawba eountr. made In the case of p. c.
Shufordaod others, jlalntlfli, vs. A. M. Powea
and others, defendants, at Spring Term, 1882, of
Catawba county Superior Court,' the undersigned,
as Receiver, will sell at public sale, at the Long
Island Cotton Mills, on MONDAY, the BHD day
of JULY., 1 882. .the. loliowlnc valuable Pronertv.
to-wlt; ., . ' " T
xne iactory or tne Long island cotton MUls, to
gether with levh acres land. Including the entire
water power ot seven feet head, factory building
60x40. two stories high, flouring and saw mills,
store and cotton houses, blacksmith shop and five
tenement houses, and the. following machinery :
1 picker, l Btt lncb double beater and tapper, (V
86-lnch 14 top fiat cards, raUway bead. 2 drawing
liBLuca, o uciiYcnes cacu, nog irames (tfnaes
berry make), alt in good order, 2 Danforth cap
frames. 132 spindles, total number spindles 810,
a ais?jb S4UU. ariauer, uuxicu auu oaimg press ;
also a targe lot of old looms'.' nnniea. snntttnir
jror more accurate and definlts description of
the property and the. conditions of said sale refer
ence Is hereby made to the decree above referred.
riMaoMwenij ,,per -cent - oj purchase .
money cash" and the balance to- equal In
stalments of itaree months and elx months,
bond . and approved - ecurlty aulred ot
purchaser,- or the Kecelver ia by said , Decree eu
thoilzedto. varyrterma, to .suit purchasera The
neoeiver is aiso aoinonzea or taut' Decree to sell
said property at print saleupon- such terms as v
suaii oe agreeanpon between him and purchaser, ;
ana uo iut eatenaui pnvaw oias umu oay oi sale.
rersuus wismng to examine saia property will
Ond Dr A. M. Powell and Mr: Levi Shutord on the
premises, either rot , whom wW take pleasure in
showing the came. Address ;rw . r . -s
v-r- '.t. 1 aOHlirjOBB,Becelven
Jun3ii5'j? . rLmcolnton, Lincoln county, N.C. :
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