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CHARLOTTE, N. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1882.
Boots, Shoes, Hals, Trunks,
PE GRAM & CO.,
HAVK A-RSTTY UNSW t I i
GENTS' and LADIES' SUPPERS.
PEGRAM & .CO,,
Have the Best Stock of
Gents' Iland-Sewect Shoes
IN THE STATE.
PEGRAM & CO.,
H AYR ALL KINDS OF
Ctiilfas' Shoes und Slippers.
PEGRAM & CO.,
KKKP A W LL SELECTED STOCK OF-
Trunks and Valices
OF ALL PiUCES AKD SIZES.
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HAVS JUST RKtBIYKD A TINE faTOCK OF
ill, Felt and traw Hats
Of the Latest HyW-s.
Of i be L itest Styles.
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CaN SUIT THltR
yfMi ms hinds B- OTS and SHOES TEST WISH.
PEC RAM & CO.,
KVP AL1. XIKD3 '
Shoe Dressing, French Blacking
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BEST BRANDS and "LATEST STYLES
Ladies Hisses and Children's Shoes.
-A LOT OF NEW-
' C f
All k Latest Novelties.
Another lot of Hoop Skirts from 40c to $1.
Mohair and Linen Ulsters In all styles, from $1.25
to 87. Large stock of Lace Curtains and CretOns
very cheap. Our remnant stock of Men's and
Boys' Straw Hats will be closed out very low.
tS? The attention of Housekeepers Is called to
a good assortment of Cane Matting that we are,
sellln? at reduced prices to close out.
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, Qholera, Cholera Morbus, Summer
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' Bead" the following :
BAraBBrDGK, N. T-, March 22, 1881.
Penny Davis' Pain Kii.t.er never taiUVo afford
instant relief fag cramp and pain In the stomach.
. NlOHOLVTLtE, N. Y.. Feb. 2, 1881.
The very hat medicine I know of for dysentery,
cholera morbus, and cramps in the stomach. Have
used It for years, and it is wo cur. every time.
Julius W. Dee.
Motjtgoha, Iowa, March 12, 1881.
I have need roar Pain Killeb in Bevere cases of
cramp, coltcand cholera morbus,and it gave almost
Instant relief. . L. E. Caldwell.
CArorE8vn.LB, Ga., Feb. 28,1881.
For twenty years I have used your Pain Killeb
In my family. Have used it many times for bowel
complainta, and it alieaye euree. Would not feel safe
"Wlthoutra bottle In the house. J. B. I vie.
. . 8aoo, Me., Jan. 22, 1881.
Have used Pkkbt Davis' Pain Killer for twelve
Tears. It is ne. " " reliable. No mother
should allow it to be out of the family.
' H.I, Nates.
4 . t " ' OiranA,N.Y., Feb. 19,1881.
. TVe begun using It over thirty years afro, and it
' always (rives immediate relief. Would hardly dare
. to ko to bed without a bottle in the hous.
- - - - W. O. Spkbbt.
COTTWAYBOBO, S. O., Feb. 22, 1881.
Nearly every family in this section keeps a bottle
In the house. Da. E. Mobton.
TJ. S. Consulate,
CBirELD, Rhenish Prussia. Feb. 8, 1881.
I have known Pebby. Davis' Pain Killeb almost
from the day it was introduced, and after years of
observation and use I regard its presence in my
household as an indiepentabU neceity.
I. 8. Potter, u. S. Consul.
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relief. - . . H. Ct.abidoe.
No family can safely be without this
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within the reach of all. w
For sale by all druggists at 25c, 50c
and $L0Q per bottle.
. PERBY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
' - ' Providence, R. L
sept d Vw sept 4 oct.
im CAM GET
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Wheeler & Wilson Mannfaciur'g; Co.,
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Cleavelaad Mineral Swings,
O OPENED MAY 15th. 1882.
THK8E Springs are two miles from Shelby. 54
miles West of Charlotte, and within 1 mile of
the Carolina Central Hallway running f rom Chart .
totttO'Shelby. Haektlll be at the Springs'
Station on arrival of every train. ! 1 f
Whit, and Bed Sulphur and Chalybeate waters
a. Bowling Alley .-H good order. good string
band seeured foHhe season. Livery accommoda
tions attached to the boteL
Pff- For further particulars address
ervous Debfiiiy, Lost Manhood, etc
ruvbtn avnrvi mown reuwuv. uaa uuf
THE ORIGIN OE THE GIN,
HISTORY ONCE MORE CALLED IN
A Claim to the Honor of the Invention
Set up in Behalf of Hogden Holmes,
as Against Whitney, to Whom it Has
Generally Been Accredited.
Cor. Charleston News and Courier.
I think" the publication of the in
closed papers will be interesting to your
readers. . The want of a date in Mr.
McMaster's letter as to the time when
the stranger visited Kincaid's mill is to
be regretted, as a data would shed a
a light upon the point in question.
, I have not been able to find the date
of Whitney's patent. McCulloch's
"Coml. Diet." says 1193, and that the
next year the exports of cotton amount
ed to nearly two million of pounds,
whereas in 1793 it was less than one
hundred and fifty thousand pounds.
The legislature of this State in 1801
gave Miller & Whitney $50,000 for the
use of Ws patent irf this Statfe ,,
I used to be familiar with-the stoiy
of the saw gin, but it has nearly faded
from my memoxyi Whftnyrdduated
atiYala Collegs i in i792.Thi8 is certain
from. the records of that collegp. He-
theh went to Georgia to be a' teacher in
the family of Mrs. Miller,, sister of
General Greene. la her house: he saw
many planters all of whom regretted
that a product Which Georgia could
produce so readily should be useless be
cause of the difficulty of separating the
cotton from the seed. W hitney studied
the subject and the result was the saw
gin. The whole work was perfected in
Mrs. Miller's house.
What share Mr. Miller had-in the in
vention fldes not appear, probably he
furnished the money. The patent was
made out for Miller: & Whitney, and it
waSTtd them that th&' legislature paid
. hea the gin came into general use
is still .doubtful. It could not have
been bef pre 1795. Doubtless many
witswere at work, to. invent a gin, as
We8eebytb4iatentpf Hogden Holmes.
By 13014.- hen-Tthe "act df thej legisla
ture was passedcotton had,becbme the
staple of South Carolina and Georgia.
It is so long since5 my attention has
been called to this subjKit, that I. find I
cannot rely on my memory, and authen
tic histories are'not to be had. Perhaps
if you give publicity to these papers
you may revive the memories of others
who may shed some light on this inter
esting feature in our history.
F. A. PoncnER,
President S. C. Historical Society.
LETTER FROM G II. M MASTER TO THE
SECRETARY OF THE S. C. HISTORICAL
Winnsboro', May 23, 1SS2.
Dear Sir: By request of Mr. W. D.
Aiken I send to your society letters
patent for the invention of the cotton
gin issued by President Washington in
1795 to Hogden Holmes. It is believed
by many in this community that Whit
ney filched the invention from Holmes.
The following is fact: James Kin
caid, a soldier of the Revolution, being
told by Holmes, who lived at Hamburg,
that he had invented a cotton gin,
agreed to take the gin and try it at his
mill, situated in the western part of
Fail field district. He did so, and whilst
the gin was at the mill, and whilst the
mill was closed for a few hours, in the
absence of Kincaid a young man rode
to the house and asked of Mrs. Kincaid
permission to see the mill. She, for
getting the injunction of her husband
not to permit any one to enter the mill
during his absence, gave the key to the
young man, who returned it in a short
time and rode off. Mr. Kincaid learned
afterward's that the young man was
Whitney, and this is believed by Kin
caid's descendants, who still own the
mill. The old original cotton gin was
burned with the mill by Mr. Sherman,
who, I believe, is from the same coun
try as Whitney.
Dr. W. M.Cloud. W. D. Aiken's grand
father, married the daughter of Hog
den Holmes, and preserved the parch
ments which I inclose.
G. H. McMA8Ter.
P. S. It would be interesting to have
published in the News and Courier
these letters patent, and -this is Mr.
Aiken's wish, and thereby elicit a com
parison of the respective claims of
Hogden Holmes and of Whitney, and
the honor of the invention of the cot
ton gin. G. H. McM.
The United States of America.
To all and whom these letters patent
shall come: Whereas Hogden Holmes,
a citizen of the State of Georgia, in the
United States, hath alleged that he has
invented a new and. usefuL improve
ment, to-wit: new machinery called the
cotton gin; .which improvement has
not been known or used before his ap
plication; has made oath that he doe3
verily belieye that he ia ther true inven
tor or discoverer of the said improve
ment ; has paid into the Treasury of the
United States the sum of $$0. delivered
a receipt for the same,ahdipresented a
petition to the Secretary of State, signi
fying a desire of obtaining an exclusive
property in'the said J iuiprovement, and
praying that a patent may be, granted
for that purpose : These are therefore
to grant, according to law, to the said
Hogden Holmes, his heirs, administra
tors and assigns, for the term of four
teen years, from the 19tn day of the
month of April last past, the full and
exclusive rteht and libert of making,
constructing, using and vetidingto oth
ers to be used, the said improvement, a
description whereof is given in the
words of the said Hogden Holmes him
self, in the schedule hereto annexed,
and is made a part of this patent.
In witnesB whereof I have caused
these'letters to be made patent and the
seaVof the United J&ates to jSe hereunto
affixed. i. . J
Given under my hand in the city of
Philadelphia, this twelfth day of May,
in the year of our Lord, one thousand
seven hundred and ninety-six, and of
the Independence of the United States
of America the twentieth.
;. ; ' i - G. Washington.
By the President:
Secretary of State.
City of Philadelphia, to-wit: '
I do hereby certify that the foregoing
letters patent were delivered to me on
the 12th day of May, in the year of our
Lord one thousand seven hundred and
ninety-six, to be examined ; that I have
examined the same and find them con
formable to law; apd I do. hereby re
turn the saThe" td tbe Seemary of State,
within fifteeh daysf from the date afore
said, to-wit: on the twelfth day of May
in the year aforesaid.
Charles Lee, ' ;
schedule annexed ' -'.
The schedule referred to in this; eH
vers' pateili. atiu, - mnamy .jjiuii vt. -
same, containiBja a tf$ sorfntiori In the
Worrjg of ihe said pgWMolme8 hini
self, of an improvement, td-wi
machinerv called the cotton gta.iro? lis
Explanation of the whole maGtrineryqr
This machinery for leaniigflotenf.l1
irom me seeacau oojjsbutiui suo .ewrtf'dwiai.B-.Bv J. . "peiceh & o
fftethirh. BvxDuttiBfictbis. maebmeian
fourteen inches in diajaeterl -Bb4
with one row of teptu to one
aoatwo evin - irndge-
e w teeaer rxoni eigne to wwye,
wires of one inch, and sixfeet long, and
runs on two iron gudgeons. The brush
frQm seven to twelve inches in diame
ter, and six feet long, with two iron
gudgeons to each cylinder from three
quarters of an inch to one inch thick.
Teste : W.TJrqubart, Seaborn, Jones.
Raleigh News aril Obseiver.
Some of the developments made at
Washington before Vance's committee
arrest attention. It appears that James
H. Harris, the leading colored politician
of North Carolina, was borne on Dr.
Mott's books as a gauger or something
of the sort, and was paid as a govern
ment employee in the revenue service
for nine months at $125 per month,
while in truth he was merely doing po
litical work for his party or for some
faction in his party. Mr. A. B. Gilles
pie, a gauger, and formerly a deputy
collector up in that district, declined to
testify before the committee because he
might criminate himself. The testi
mony)f oUreiL employees in that - dis
trict to the effect that they had received
'rmt'jairauihs; when, the vouchers and
rx)ok&$f,tt.7bureaa state that much
more was paid them,, indicates that
forgery as well as fjaud was practiced
somewhere. . Under iJaese circumstan-
f ices' itis clears why&o much opposition
was manifested to an investigation of
the affairs of the sixth district It is
well enough to bear some of the figures
in mirid. For the year ending Septem
ber .30, 1877, the expenses in Dr. Mott's
district were $49,345, and the receipts
were $238,653. For the year ending
September 80, 1880, the expenses were
$205,778 and the receipts were $455,457.
There bad been a gradual increase in
receipts during these three years aver-
kaging $70,000 a year,, and there was like
wise a gradual increase in the expenses
averaging $52,000 a year. . It took about
onedollar of expense to collect four
dollars and a half, or, to put it another
way, it took about twenty dollars to
collect one hundred dollars. Bless us,
the lawyers would have collected it for
five dollars in the hundred, but Dr. Mott
took twenty dollars. That was in the
latter days of 1877. But in 1880 it was
even worse. Dr. Mott, during the year
endj p g Sept., 1 880, spen t $45 to collect
every hundred. In. three years he had
increased his expenses fourfold, while
he had not doubled his receipts. Nor
did be end there. The next year cover
ed the period of the Presidential electior.
And during thai canvass the bureau
jnade the rBoney fly. Dr. Mottincreased
his expenses $08,561, . but increased his
receipts only $43,998. As for the in
creased receipts they were very costly,
fur it took Dr. Mutt $150 to collect
Hvery $1' 0 of these additional receipts.
The gross expenses in the year ending
September 30, 1881, were $269,424, and
the gross receipts $499,455. Computing
the whole business of the oftice it cost
$54 to collect every hundred dollars,
and as for Ihe. additional receipts of
that year they cost the government
$150 for every $100 it received. That
was the. year of the presidential elec
tion. Now how about all that money?
What would be a good fee fur a lawyer
to collect $499,000. Twenty thuusaud
dollars would be regarded a large fee.
And yet Dr. Mutt made it cost the gov
ernment $269,000, thirteen times as
mucli! The cost of all the courts of
North Carolina to the Sia'-e, is only
about $40,000. '1 he salaries of the exe
cutive flicers and employees is only
about $20,000 The pay of the sheriffs
in the ninety-four counties in the State
for collecting three times what Dr.
Mott collected is only $75,000. The
sheriffs would have collected the same
money for $25,000. Di. Mott spent in
his district for collecting $499,000 $269,
000. We don't wonder that he is a great
man in the Radical conventions.
In the Republican convention they
said he was the best Republican in the
State and made him chairman of the
Republican executive committee by
acclamation. We take it that he is a
fair representative, and this endorse
ment of him by his party makes his re
cord of unusual importance. The Re
publican convention approves and en
dorses this record wheu they make him
their chairman. But what do the peo
ple think of it?
Drunkenness No Excuse for Crime.
The New York Court of Appeals has
recently passed upon the question
whether drunkenness can be pleaded as
a defense to a charge of murder. It was
claimed by the counsel for the con
demned murderer that his client was
the victim of an appetite for drink
which amounted to a disease that de
stroyed his will-power and rendered
him legally irresponsible, as in the case
of insanity. A new trial was therefore
asked, because the court below had re
fused to charge the jury that the accus
ed was not responsible if the crime had
been committed when he was t he victim
of such disease or if committed while
he was drunk. The Court of Appeals
refuses to recognize drunkenness as any
excuse for crime. It holds that not even
frenzy or mental alienation caused by
drink can exempt a person accused of
murder from criminal responsibility.
If a man voluntarily gets drunk and
commits a crime while in that condit
ion, he must answer for the consequence
of his acts.
Alexandria, June 21. The new
ministry is composed as follows: Rag
heb Fascha, president of council and
minister of foreign affairs ; Arabi Pas
cha, minister of war; Ali Pasch Ibra
hiem, minister of justice; Falaki Pas
cha, minister of public works ; Sulie
man Pascha, minister of public instruc
tion ; Alimed Raschid Pascha, minister
" the interior.
The New Ministry.
London, June 21. A dispatch from
Alexandria says the new ministry is
composed of prominent leaders of the
National party and devoted adherents
of Arabi Pascha. Another dispatch
says the programme of the ministry is
general amnesty except to participants
in the recent riots. The relations with
foreign powers are to be carried on be
tween them and the minister of foreign
To worry about any Liver. Kidney or Urinary
Trouble, especially Brlght's Disease or Diabetes,
as Hop Bitters never talis of a cura where a cure
Is possible. We know this.
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r Ask your Grocer.
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ran Mtu and othera who suffer .
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whites, and In suCden or gradual checklne.or In
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SI. 50. Forsale by all druggists.
fFrom the Toledo Blade. I
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Sold by all druggists. Price, 50 cents a box.
Depot 108 North Eutaw street, Baltimore, Md.
By mall, two boxes for $1, or six boxes for $2.60,
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ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
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remove tan and fpeckies, and is the BEST toilet
dressing in THE WOULD. Elegantly pnt tip, twe
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All first class druggists have it. Prioe $ 1 . per package.
C N. rlttenton. Sole Wholesale Agent for Dr.
C. W. Peneon's Bemedies 115 Fulton street. New
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
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For all those Painful Complaints and Weaknesses
so common to our best female population.
A Medicine for Woman. Invented by s Woman
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Ths Craattst Kadleal DfaeoTcry SI act the Dawn of History.
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Both the Compound and Blood Purifier are prepared
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either, tl. Six bottles for $5. Sent by mail in the form
of pills, or of lozenges, on receipt of price, $1 per box
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The Burner & Enel Brewery Company s
tOf Philadelphia, Pa.,)
fi-lf brafed Lager Beer,
In Kegs and Bottles.
BOrn.EO IIEER A SPECIALTY.
t3""Have just received a smart lot of BOTTLED
ALB and POHTER, which I offer to th public at
a reasonable price. Address
FBED G. MTJNLBR,
Lock Box 256. Charlotte, N. C
16 jopo ike Stat
TIDDY & BROTHER.
JUST RECEIVED PER EXPRESS
A JOB LOT OF
N N N
And are offering them very much below the real value. Call and get a bargain. Have also just recelv
ea per freight several things that will pay you to inspect. Just received new
FASHION SHEETS FOR JULY.
CHARLOTTE, IM. C.
J3XTt.-fV2roH of XjTTIDIDDElCr eto T3A.TE8.
Thousands of Musical Families tlroughout Njrth and South Carolina are intending to purchase
PIANOS and OhtiANS in the Fall, when cotton comes In. WHY WAIT? Buy at once, and enliven
the long, hot SUMMER MONTHS with MuMc and make the "HARVEST HOME" still more Joyful.
Under our Mid-Summer Sale, we offer to sell during the months of JUNE, JULY, AUGUST and 8EP
TEH BE R, 1882, PIANOS and ORGANS, of eveiy make, style and price, at our very lowest cssh rates
On PIANOS $25 Cash,
On ORGANS $10 Cash,
WITHOUT INTEREST OE
IF IIAEANCE CAN'T
Longer lime will be given, with a reasonable Increase of price. All Instruments of every grade and
price Included In this sale. Tell your musical friends or It. Write us for Catalogues, Price Lists and
uircu ars. This sale closes October 1st 1882 Early purchase secures cah prices and easy terms.
Hx (rt) years guarantee, btool and Instructor with every Organ. Freight paid both ways U no sale.
Test them In your own hoa es. Address
McSnaitli. Musio lloltso.
PROF. WM. BAKER Is my authorized Tuner
to this house.
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W. A. TRUSLOW,
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A few days and have It regulated. He can give over one hundred references In the city.
- . :
THE ONLY MEDICINE
IN EITHER LIQUID Oli DRY FORM
That Acts at the same time an
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Because we alfow these great organs to
become clogged or torpid, and polsonousl
humors are tluref ore forced into the Uood
that should be expelled naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
KIDNEY DISEASES, I
PILES,' CONSTIPATION, URINARY
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES,
AND NEKVOCS DISORDERS,
by causing free action qf these' organs and I
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TzSWTmg weir puwer ut wwvtv ujj uurcuee.
Why suffer Billons pains and aches!
Why tormented with Piles, Constipation!
Why frightened over disordered Kidneys!
Why endure nervous or sick headaches!
pie KXDNEY-WORTand rejoice in health. I i
. It is pat up in Dry Vegetable Form, In tin j '
cans one package of which mokes six quarts of I
medicine.. Also in IJquld Form, very Coneen-1 J
, trsted, for those that cannot readily prepare it. I "
- t3TIt acts' with equal efficiency tn either form, ri
GET II OPUR DRUGGIST, PRICK, $1.00 f4
WEILS, RICH ARDS0S A Co.,Pron'i, fi
(Will Send the dry post-paid.) BTLISGTOS, TT. ST
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WHO LESALE & 'RETAlL.j! M
Balance November 1st, 1882.
Balance November 1st, 1882.
AHV ADVANCE IS PRICE,
BE PAID IN THE FALL.
All work guaranteed. Send orders
BY Virtue of a decree of the Superior Court of
Catawba county, made in the case of P. C
bhuford and others, plain tiff 3, vs. A. M. Poweil
and others, defendants, at Spring Term, 1882, of
Catawba county Superior Court, the undersigned,
as Receiver, will sell at public sale, at the Long
Istend Cotton Mills, on MONDAY, ihe 3uD DAY
of JULY, 1882, the following valuable Property,
The lactory of the Long Island cotton Mills, to
gether with acres land, including the entire
water power of seven feet bead, 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, 1 36 Inch double better and lapper, 0
36-lnch 14 top flat cards, railway bead. 2 drawing
frames, 6 deliveries each, 4 ring frames (Brides
berry make), all in good order, 2 Danforth cap
frames, I3z spindles, total number spindles 8 10,
1 Travis card grinder, bunch and baling press;
also a large lot of old looms, pullles, shaitlng,
For more accurate and definite description of
the property and tbe conditions of said sale refer
ence is hereby made to the decree above referred.
TERUS: Twenty per cent of purchase
money cash and the balance in equal in
stalments of three months and. six months,
bondi and approved . security reaulred of
purchaser, or the Receiver la br said Decree au
thored to vary terms to snlt purchasers. The
Receiver is also authorized by said Decree to sell
Bald property at private sale, upon such terms as
snaii 00 Agree a upon between him ana purchaser.
ana ne wut entertain private mas until aay 01 sale.
- Persons wishing to examine said" property will
find Dr A.M. Powell and Mri Levi Bhotoid on the
premises cither ot. whom Mill tako pleasure in
showing the came. Address - : . , ' v
- . . . JOHN L, COBB,Becelver,
Jun3 LlneolntoR Lincoln county, N. C
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