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charlotte; n. c, Sunday, june 25, 1882.
Pegram & Co.,
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PKGRAM & CO.,
HaVKA PRETTY LINE OF
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PEGRAM & CO.,
Have the Best Mock of
Gents' Jland St-wed Shoes
IN THE STATE.
havk all KiNDSorr :
Chiltas' Shoes allipp.
KJ1P A WILL 8EUCCTED STOCK OF
Trunks an f Alices
OF ALL PRICES AM) SIZES.
HAVE JUBT BKCETTED
Of the Latest Styles.
Of the Latest Stylet.
PEGRAM & CO.,
CAN SUIT THEIR
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AH tfie Latest Novelties.
Another lot of Hoop Skirts from 40c to $1.
Mohair and Linen Ulsters In all styles, from S125
to $7. Large stock ol Lace Curtains andCretonS
very cheap. Our remnant stock of MenVamf
Boys' Straw ftata wllf be closed out very lowPT
. ; 8 ' Jf "
HP" The atteutlonof Housekeepers is called to
a good assortment of Cane Matting that we are
selling at reducedrlces to close out.
T. I, S & Co.
At this season, various diseases of the
bowels are prevalent, and many live are
lost through lack of knowledge of a safe
and sure remedy. Pjekby Davis Pais
Kn.LKTt is a sure cure for Diarrhoea, Dys
entery, Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Summer
Complaint, etc, and is perfectly safe.
Bead the following :
Bxixbbidgk, N. V., March 2S, 188L
Pxkbt Davis Pain Kn.i.tH nrfaili to agori
Mutant TtiUf lot cramp and pain in the stomach.
KiCHOi.vn.tx, N. Y Feb. 3, 188L
The very best medicine I know of for dysentery,
cholera morbus, and cramps in the stomach. Have
used it for years, and It is nri cw every time.
Julius W. Dzx.
HoraooirA, Iowa. March 13, 1881.
I hare nsed rxur Pais Ktt.i.eb In severe cases of
erampu collcAOd cnotera mprbuwrnd it gave almost
instant relieLj . - L. E. Oaujwilu
- . 1. CASrBSTTLl., GA Feb. 88, 1881.
, ,,ror twenty jears I have used your Pain Eillii
In my family. Have used It many times for bowel
complaints, and it ulwayt cure, would not feel saf a
.without ftbojwe in the house. J. B. Ivrx.
' C;' v Saoo, Hi, Jan. 22, 188L
Bare nsMFBan Davis' Path EnxxBf or twelve
years. It is toft, ntre, and retiabU. No mother
s should aUfw itoo pniof tneamUg. Satvl
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We began ruing it over Uiirtyyeara ago, and It
always Mves immediate relief. Would hardly dare
to go to TbeU without a bottle in the house.
Nearly tvotf fannly in tills eection keepsabottle
in the house.
Dr. E. moBxoa.
XX. 8. CoirenxATE,
Cbkrld, Bhkhish Pbussia. Feb. 8, 1881
I have known Pibbt Davis' Pain Kn.T.git almost
from the day it was introduced, and after years of
observation and nae Lxegard its presence in my
, rttwmehofai an ndgnM ntemtiy.
' -2 f"s.T IB Pottib, If. aConsuL
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. T had bjeaseyeraldays anffermg severely from
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tried your 7AB4 Kpj.mt.ad found alinort Instant
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I havenven ttininany eases of diarrhtBa. dysen
ery, wfn fihokr,nnd ntyr knew it to fail to give
reuef. - - . B. CiABiDoa.
No family can safely be without this
invaluable remedy. Its price brings it
within the nach of all. J
; For sale, by all druggists at 25a, 50c
aad $1JOO er bottle. .; , r .
J 4 PEKETjf DAyiS A SOI?, Proprietors,
Providence, R. L
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AG EN TS WANTE D.
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Sandfor Terms and
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OPENED MAT 15th, 1882.
I t miles aestol Charlotte, and within 1 mile of
the-CaroHna cemrai uauway runutws ;
lotnt to-aneiDT.T uaczs wiu ue u iw"
nrhfiav nf wan m nnnr htiii tiuiai ucm
band AJtafisiB v? 4
I a-M wm iirtiu.T TutrtiMiiani Address
. T n .a.McaS'OSTON,
: -StM JDacaVl USTVOOS DeDlllTT, 10S
teoversd stmnlrf cure, which he
'to : hi eUow-sttflBrarsr address Ji
111 Bead; FREE
(From the Courier-Journal.)
Patcbes of shimmering sunlight everywhere, .
. Utterlr.g through Clauds white, airy, opalescent;
Skies to ih eastward glowing. Iridescent ;
A restful, holy calm, unwonted, rare,
Like that which. In our fancy, broods abore
- The peaks of Paradise; a drowsy glory
That radiates from regions fresh with flora
Inshroudine nil: a sense of that vast Love
IUtmttaW, tattnlte uHmmX-'
Tnat lasmonea au, uue pervading an;
These sue thy revelations, June thy can
To o; O may they not In vain be given.
Written on se a and sky. on leaf and sod,
Thou art an Myi from the handcf 5od.
M ATM H. Bkown.
Louisville, Ky., June. 1882.
At a caacus of forty Democratic
metrvbera of the House Thursday night
it was decided to vote against Mr. Kel
ley's bill ta reduce the internal revenue
taxes unless it ia amended in pertain
to support, ,.ppLJaboliahiiig the tax pa
tobacco, cigars and fermented liquor
and th special licence taxes, ; j ; j
At Joraxisrto.f,I&ttfsday, the
Infant who were in hi3 arms were
fatatty in tired. . j
j: About 220 Italians, employed on. the
New York, Vest Shore and Buffalo
Railroad, between New Baltimore and
Coxsackle, N. Y., struck Thursday for
higher wages, and led by Frank Cavan
locked p the non-strikers and1 defied
the sheriff. A military company will
be called out to quell the riot. ;
A1.T)StfilIe,llrinois, Thursday, Allia
lillsVaged U years. Mary Oglie, aged
Hi, and Maty Junes? aged, 12, corflautted
suiide bf taking arsenic. Alli Mills
gayeas herTeaSoo that het father Hired
with a shameless woman ;-Miss Oglie's
reason was that she was an orphan, and
I Mary Jones took the dr.ug because the
UbtWCS UiU. C :
Tie Frelr-Seaae rejected jthe bill
allowing "the "tmportatiori of foreign
pork. " -;. : .
Rev. as. tUerjQests while plowing
Wednesday, hear Brooks Station, Ga ,
became entarvgfed in the harness, and
the horse dragged him around until lie
The army worm has worm made its
appearance in the vicinity of Warren-
ton, V a.
In portions of Iowa a'Bd Nebraska
corn is reported to be in a most encour
aging condition, but in some sections of
those States and else where in the .North
west the growth is backward and the
outlook less promising.
The total lossin Iowa from the recent
tornado is estimated at from $2,500,000
to $3,000,000. One-fourth of the popula
tion of Malcom is homeless. Every
church and public house is destroyed,
and funeral services aije held in the
Cannon Leon Bernard, who is charg
ed with defrauding various religious
societies in Belgium to the amount of
3,000,000 francs, has been arrested at
Havana, Cuba. Money and securities
valued at $1,800,000 francs were found
on his person.
Harvesters are busy all over Kansas,
even in northern sections, rne yield
will exceed the estimate of a month
ago, and wneat win in many secuons
turn out 25 to 40 bushels to the acre.
A large fly wheelat the Burden Iron
Company's rolling mill, Troy, N. Y
burst on Wednesday night with a ter
rific report. No one was hurt by the
accident, but 250 men have been thrown
out of employment by the stoppage of
In New York, Thursday, John Col
lins obtained a veidict of $2,250 against
the Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph
company for injuries sustained in 'the
falling on him os one or tne company s
It is stated at the War Department
that Gen. Sherman contemplates bring
ing to trial before a general court-martial
three or four army officers who have
been applying for military details
through members of Congress, instead
of through their common superiors.
Durham Plant: The candidates for
the various county offices are moving
about pretty rapidly. There is fun
Blaekwell &Co. are threshing wheat.
They will make two or three thousand
buahels.vThey understand how to farm
as well as manufacture smoking tobac
co...,.,..,.. , , . ; ; ;
Baieigh News and Observer; Mrs.
A.M.Juewi3' is very dahgerously ill.
Her daughter, Miss Mamie, continues
to improye. -v."-' ;
Itis too warm for even the politicians
to discuss the situation, so they take
things easy and await the advent of the
Raleigh has some of the most hideous
dogs in" the tuni verse. There are not
less than one hundred varieties of dog,
of ail grades of meanness and intelli
gence. The clipped Newfoundlands
creep around, looking like the victims
of a cyclone. t
It is proposed to establish in this city
a museum of Confederate relics. We
shouMhave had one years ago. But
there are scattered here and there man;
objects of great interest, whose tahje ia .
this sense will be enhanced many times
by being placed with others.
Mr Cooke, the young man who has
lately succeeded Col. Johnston as chair
man of -the Assistant Republican con
cern Js the same person the Republi
cansbrought out for b , judgeship in
.1878. ' lie then got left so bad that they
rwould not try his luck again this year.
i Mr.Wyatt Bowmai, president of the
Wachdvia Natfoual Bank, at Winston,
died at his residence at Salem, last
Thursday, of paralysis, after an illness
of about three weeks.
TarJtoro Southerner: Mr. John F.
Speight bad hi Stables, barn, horses
and, mules consumed by fire last week.
The cause is supposed by Mr Speight to
be from a match which had been prob
ably dropped there.
The many friends of the Rev. Thos.
R. Owen will be pained to learn that on
Monday, the 5th inst., he had a stroke
of paralysis, resulting in the loss of the
use of his left arm. Mr. Owen is living
with his daughter, Mrs. M. B. Gibbs, in
Tennessee. . ? i ? r
Refusing to Lessen the Burdens.
The country is taxed beyond any
limit; of prudence. The. Republican par
ty has, distinctly refused to lessen the
burden of the people either by a repeal
of internal taxes or a reduction of tariff
duties. The money in excess of the
needs of the Treasury for the sweeping
reduction of the national debt is squan
dered in appropriations for nntteeded
public buildings, in enormous gratuities,
in unnecessary coast and river improve
ments, and in costly additiontHtq sour.
uiHiibrohs civil jervice.?N0 considera
tiort for the comfort tf hfi mass of the
rabble offonthd tihitM jcondition of
rjustness'underfig iaraQs to chwkj
this reckless extra vagancei , Sittvit
must be terminated, and the question or
tax reduction will bet tlie toar amount
political Issue before thef cotintry nntiLJ
nait.1k ta PsMPAaltctei:
Which Wdi betweja lb gums jtnd teeth,n4 eai
p$ tnen no &m-!&ttnaoxti sozodont t
after eyery. jpaeaj,'an4 leante jhU teeth ana
rinoatb wiaiooBiwtidof Jth pimites.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
The Belgian Government is about to
'adopt pulverized meat for an army ra
tion. One pound of the article is said
to be equal in nutritive power to six
pounds of fresh beef,
A French paper recommends a solu
tion of three-fourths of an ounce of
salt in a quart of water for testing the
ages of eggs. It states that an egg put
in this solution on the day it is laid will
sink to the bottom; odo a day old will
not quite reach the bottom of the ves
sel ; an egg three days old will swim in
the liquid, while one more than three
days old will swim on the surface.
The room in Francklyn cottage, Elbe
ron, in which President Garfield died, is
closed and draped heavily with mourn
, ing. In this condition it is stated it will
L : A Florida paper estimates that there
are 165,000 orange trees in that State,
and the product this year is 50,000,000
.oranges. This is one for each inhabi
tant of the Union.
A letter mailed seventeen years ago
was found the other day in the casing
of a car which was undergoing repairs
in Chicago. It was addressed to a lady
in Joliet, Illinois, and, being forwarded,
found its owner.
Thousands are tortured with corns.
Wet common cooking soda with water,
so that it will spread easily on a bit of
cloth, and bind it on the corn. Keep it
on uDtll the corn is loose and comes
out. This is simple ; the cure certain.
"At a country house in Ireland," says
Edmund Yates in the London World,
where I was visiting a few years since,
a stately major domo, bearing the name
of MacMahon, reigned over the cellar.
'Are you a relation of the marshal's Y
jokingly said a friend who was with
me. 'No, sir,' was the grave reply ; 'the
French president is of our younger
house; we are the MacManons of
John Scott Russell, the constructor
of the Great Eastern, who died on Fri
day, has left another monument to his
genius in the largest dome in the world.
It was erected at Vienna under his
superintendence, and has a span of 300
feet in circumference an area almost
as large as the Cathedral of St. Paul
and is without column or support. ,
The remarkable growth of the Aus
tralasian colonies since the discovery
of gold, which occurred in 1851, is at
tested by recent statistics. The popu
lation increased in the period 1851-81,
from 214.000 to 2.000,000. The wool clip
has more than doubled in the past ten
years. There were over 82,000,000 head
of live stock on the pasture, and nearly
7,000,000 acres of land under cultivate n
last year. Since 1851 gold to the amount
of $1,460,000,000 has been produced in
the colonies. In 1881, 8,500,000 tons of
shipping entered and cleared the ports.
inRS, JOH PERSON'S REMEDY
WILL CURE SCROFULA,
And Is unequal eu as a TONIC. It will cure Rheu
matism, Cancer in Us early stages, Heart Disease,
Chronic Bilious Colic, Eruptions, fckin and Blood
Gov. Holden's Opinion.
Raleigh, N. C, Dec. 2d, 1880.
I take pleasure in stating that a member of my
family has used Mrs. Joe Person's Indian Tonic
with good lesu'ts. I believe her remedy to be ex
celled for the purposes for which it Is intended.
W. W. HULDEN.
Judge Stront's Opinion.
Ralelgk, N. C, Dec. 1st, 1880.
Mrs. Joe Person t
Madam Some months ago I wis in bad health,
suffering from debility, ludlget tlon and loss of
appetite, when a friend who had experienced great
benefit from use of your remedy, induced me to
fry It as a tonic. I did so with the most napry re
sults. I take great pleasure in recommending It
as a veluable and efficient Vegetable Tonic, and
wish you much success.
GEO. V. STRONG.
Newborn, September 6 th, 1881.
I have used Mrs. Joe Person's Tonic for general
debility consequent upon living In a low country,
and found great benefit from it as an appetizer
which gave tone to the stomach
MARY BAYARD CLARKE.
After Oiber iriennn bad Failed.
Oxford, N. C, February 2d, 1880.
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy cured our little girl,
who was badly afflicted with scrofula in the ejes,
after all other arauable means had failed.
R. B ELLIOTT.
I am prepared to PROVE that I bave discovered
the vegetable antidote for Scrofula. My Remedy
will expel the disease from the system, thusreu
deilnglt the best BLOOD PURIFIER known. I
have soM over 4,000 bottles, and have never re
ceived one unfavorable report. Infallible for
Ecrolula and Eruptions. Bold and endorsed by
the Druggists of North Carolina. Head for circu
lar containing testimonials of remarkable cures.
These testimonials come, not from the far West
or the Territories, but rrom well known citizens
of yonr own State. Ask your druggist for my
Remedy. Price SI per bottle; $5 per half dozen.
For further Information, address
Mrs. JOE PERSON,
unl6 Franklinton, N. C
"A Special Dispensation."
Wilmington, N. C, Feb. 4. 1881.
I regard yeur Safe Kidney and Liver Cure as
sort of special dispensation of Providence to those
nopiessiy" in oi kidney and uver aiseases.
KEY. UK rERNHEIr.
To worn about an l,lver Kidney or Urinary
Trouble, especially Brlght's Disease or Diabetes,
as Hop Bitters never fans of a cure where a euro
Is possible. We know this.
Tha BrowB Cottoji Gin Co., Hew London, 01,
' Itradr. Brown, Pratt. Edw. T. Btotm, Treat.
These machines ran light, make fin sample, and
clean the seed properly. Best English east steel in the
saws the teeth will not bend, break off, or torn back,
iron pollers throughout, brash strongly made, with
adjustable boxes, east steel Journals and two belts
one at each end ensuring cool bearings, foil speed,
and steady motion, (only Ols in market having this
tsnmmmfint) Extra, l&nre Hhafta trt maw nnti Krash
? 4ylfti&dra Strong iron frame .beat 'materials, supe
rior workmanship, fine finish. '
- -s9H6re Brown Oins have been sold daring the past
three seasons than any other two makes combined. Mr.
Israel F. Brown (from 1843 toUSSot the Ann of E.T.
Taylor & 80. of Oolarnhns, Qa.), the president of the
eoimsttr.rau JuS Sk lonran. nrmAtiHil jrhatIaiim fn
; rlrinfllni than any othermanUvlng. FiegeatfacUi-
tieg for manufacturing and shipping unequaled by any
ftlfe WaMtifhTrmnt'ot jjtha ldndrln the world. Hence
' I'ries TJstf eUTSv Feeders and Condensers.
! " I ! V Jl. t T . ftiee with Price with
oi-m PHoesof 1 8elf- y". Self-
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30 saw $ 75 00 $100 00 $135 09
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. tyHote the prices and improvements dont be
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.Vast satisflod with our guarantee place your order with .
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WO VI A IV.
How Shall She Preserve Her Health
One who has loDg Investigated 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-conrroliing organ, the
womb, correcting its disorders, and curing any ir
regularity of the "menses." or "courses." Dr. J.
Bradfield's Female Regulator 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 like causes, by restoring
the natural discharge in every instance. In chronic
cases, so often resulting in ulceration, falling of
the womb, its action is prompt and decisive, sav
ing the constitution from numberless evils and
premature decay. Prepared by Dr. J. BradfMd,
Atlanta, Ga. Price: trial slxe. 75c ; large size,
SI. 50. For sale by all druggists.
TFrom the Toledo Blade. 1
OF EXTRACT OF CELERY AND
CHAMOMILE UPON THE
NERVOUS SYSTEM and DIGESTIVE
As Invariably Produced by Dr. C. W.
Benson's Celery and Chamo
They hare been tested time and again, and al
ways with satisfactory results. This preparation
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irritation, despondency, melancholy, and a rest
less, dissatisfied, miserable state of mind and
These are some of the symptoms of nervous
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you can satisfy yourself that there is a cure for
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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 106 North Eutaw street, Baltimore, Md.
By mall, two boxes for 81, or six boxes for 82.50,
to any address.
s s q
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Oure
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUCH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASE8 OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLE8 and
TENDER ITCHINCSonallpartsof the
body. It makes the skin white, soft and smooth;
removes tan and freckiee, and ia the BEST toilet
dressing in THE WOELB. Elegantly pat up, two
bottles in one package, consisting of both internal
and external treatment.
All first class druggists have it. Price $1. per package.
C N. Crittenton, Sole Wholesale Agent for Dr.
C. W. Benson's Remedies, 115 Fulton street, New
A NOTED BUT UNTITLED W o.;-..
From the Boston Globe.
Metsrt. Editor :
The above is a good likeness of Mrs. Lydla E. Pink,
ham, of LynnTHass:, wno above aH other htxmaa beings
may be truthfully called the "Dear Friend of Woman,"
as some of her correspondents lore to call her. She
is sealously devoted to her work, which is the outcome
of a lifegtudy, and is obliged to keep six lady
assistants, to help her answer the large correspondence
which daily poors in upon her, each bearing its special
burden of suffering, or Joy at release from it. Her
Vegetable Compound is a medicine for good and not
evil purposes. I have personally investigated it and
am satisfied of the truth of this.
On account of its proven merits, it is recommended
and prescribed by the best physicians in the country.
One says t " It works like a charm and saves much
pain. It will core entirely the worst form of falling
of the uterus, Leucorrhoea, irregular and painful
Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and
Ulceration, Floodings, all Displacements and the con
sequent spinal weakness, and is especially adapted to
the Change of Life."
It permeates every portion of the system, and gives
new life and vigor. It removes faintnsss, flatulency,
deetroys all craving for stimulants, and relieves weak
ness of the stomach. It cures Bloating, Headaches,
Kervous Prostration, General Debility, Sleeplessness,
Depression and Indigestion. That feeling of bearing
down, causing pain, weight and backache, Is always
permanently cured by its use. It will at all times, and
under all circumstances, act in harmony with the law
that governs the female system.
It costs only $1. per bottle or six for $5., and is sold by
druggists. Any advice required as to special cases, and
the names of many who have been restored to perfect
health by the use of the Vegetable Compound, can be
' obtained by addressing Mrs. P., with stamp for reply,
at her home In Lynn, Mass.
For Kidney Complaint of either sex this compound is
unsurpassed as abundant testimonials show.
" Mrs. Pinkham's Liver Pills," says one writer, " are
the bttt i the world for the cure of Constipation,
Biliousness and Torpidity of the liver. Her Elcod
Purifier works wonders in its special lino and bids fair
to equal the Compound in its popularity.
AH must respect her as an Angel of Mercy whoso solo
ambition is to do good to others.
Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Sirs. A. M. D- .
HOW TO TELL
GENUINE SIMMONS LIVER REGU
LATOR, OK MEDICINE.
Look for clean neat WBITK WRAPPIR with
the red symbolic letter stamped upon It In the
form of a ribbon gracefully curved into the letter
Z embracing the emblems of our trade, Spatnla
Mortar and Graduate wl h the words A Q. SIM
MONS' LIVER REGULATOR or MEDTCIN K there
on, also observe the signature of J. E Z EI LIN &
CO., In led ink on the bide.
TARE .NO OTHER.
Beware of those who know nothing of Medical
Compounds who put out nostrums known to sour,
and being anal-zed proe orthle.s and enly made
to fleece the iiubitc. and U pirate on the well earn
ed reputatlo.. or 7. .in & Co's. medicine these
frauds have no top 1. tlon to sus'aln and will
cheat you for a few penn j s every way they can.
See Whii Kndur.es ihe Genuine.
Hon. Alex U Stephens,
RL Rev. Jn. W. been with. Bishop of Ga.,
Gen. Juo B. Gordon. U S. f enator.
RL Rev. Bishop Pierctr,
Hon. Jno. GUI hO:ter.
J. Edgar Thompson,
Hon. B H. Hill.
Hon. J C BreeklnrinV,
Prof David wn is, ti. 1).
Chief Justice Hiram Warner, of Ga.
Lewis W under, Assistant P. M. Pitila., Pa.,
and thousands of others from whom we have let
ters of commendation and recommer.datlon
it Is eminently a Family Medecine; and by be
ing kept ready for immediate resort will save
many an hour of suffering and many a dollar In
time and doctors' bills.
Dr. tens' liver Regulator,
JfANTTFACTCTCKD ONLY BT
J. II. ZKILIN 4c CO.,
Sold by all Respectable Druggists
F. C. MTJNZLER
A WENT roR
We Mm & finfl Brewery Company s
Of Philadelphia, Pa ,)
i ' .-. . .
f ilfbfated Lager Beer, ,
I . In Kegs and Bottles,
BOTTLED BEFar, A SPECIALTY,
, "EPHave Just received a smaQ ot of BOTTLED
ALK and PORTER, which I offer to the public at
ft reasonable nrica . Address 1
3 w FRED CT MTJNZLER, -
mbr28 " ; " Lock 255 CnarioOe, N. C.
A JOB LOT OF
FF A A
F A A
N N N
And 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, N. C.
SH.3NTCQ of XiTJX3T33IlIa" ete T3A.T33S.
I 1 I
1 Wholesale a Retai l1
Ml j 'fjfllSwsrT
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Thousands of Musical Families throughout North and South CaroMna are intending to purch se
PIANOS and ORGANS In the Fall, when cotton comes in. WHY WAIT? Buy at once, and enliven
the long, hot SUMMER MONTHS v, lth Music 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 SEP
T EMBER, 1882, PIANOS and 0RGAS, of every trake, style and pilce, at our very lowest cash rates
On PIANOS $25 Cash, Balance November 1st, 1882.
On ORGANS $10 Cash, Balance November 1st, 1882.
WITHOUT IUTEEEST OB
IF BALANCE CAN'T BE
Lot ger lime will be given, with a rca-.onable Increase of pilce. All instruments of every grade and
price included In this s ile. Tell your musical friends of It. Write us for Catalogues, Price Lists and
Circu ars. This sale closes October 1st 1882 Early purchnse secures cash prices and eSSy terms,
fix (ri) years guarantee, tstool-aud Instructor with every Organ. Freight paid both ways if no sale.
Test them in your own ho a es. Address
3VT.oJSxxa.itlx TVLVixsio Houso.
PROF. WM. BAKER U my authorized Tuner and Repairer. All work guaranteed. Send orders
to this house. H; McSMITH.
WATCHES and JEWELRY!
W. A. TRUSLOW,
JEWELIB,KEEPJ CONSTANTLY on HAND A WELL SELECTED STOCK. OF
WALTHAM AND ELGIN WATCHES,
In Gold and Silver Cases, all of which he fully Warrants Reliable Time Keepers. Business men know
THAT "TIME IS TVEOaxnETST"
And a good Investment is to buy a Goo l Watch. If roar old Watcb does not keep time, leave with
A few days and bave It regulated. He can
RED JUNE APPLES,
FRESH GREEN CORN,
RIPE SOFT PEACHES,
Crystal Ice Cream, at
HEADQUAET8R3 FOR FfaUIT8.
A .WASHINGTON Hand Press and material for
a 7-column newspaper. Address
J. P. BABINGTON,
Junl4tf . . Shelby, N. C.
,-KoRTiiCfioiJNA Railroad Coif pant, ,,'.:
- w8eeretaiy and Treasurer's Office. .
Company hops, N.C, June 20th; 1882. J k
TiBS Tblrty-tWrd annual ineetlng brtiestock
nolders of this company wtH"be f4 ia Raleigh
on Thursday, July 1804, 1882.- . ! t
Stockholders desiring to attend can get ttcke's
for themselves and the Immediate members of
their families (WIFE and CHILDREN LIVING
UNDER THEIR ROOF) by applyina to the under.
jr. b ttUillN.., ,
-un22 until 18 July ,
SEVERAL LINES OF
D . D.
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AHT ADVAUCE Iff PEICE,
PAID IN THE FALL,
give over one hundred references in the city.
BY Virtue of a decree of the Superior Court of
Catawba county, made la the case of P. C.
bhufordaiid others, plaintiffs, vs. A. M. Poweil
and others, defendants, at Spring Term, 1882, of
Catawba county Superior Court, the undersigned.
as receiver, win sen at puono sate, at tne Long
Islrnd Cotton Mills, on MONDAY, the SHD DAY
of"JTJLY, 1 882,itlrB- f oliowlng valuable Property,
The lactory of the Long Island Cotton Mills, to
gether with 16 acres land, including the entire
water power of seven feet head, factory building
ouxu, iwo stories nign, nonnng ana saw mills,
store and cotton bouses, blacksmith shop and five
tenement houses, and the following machinery:
1 plcfeer, 1 86 inch double belter and tapper, 6
36-inch 14 top flat caids, railway head. 2 drawing
frames, 6 deliveries each, 4 ring frames (Brides
berry make), all in good order. 2 Danforth cap
irniues, ioc apuiuiea. lutaj uumoer spinaieSBlU.
1 Travis card grinder, bunch and ballne r,r-
also a large lo of old looms, pullles, shaiUng,
- Kor more accurate and definite description of
the property and the conditions of said sale refer
ence is nerepy maae to tne decree above referred.
TERMS: Twenty per cent of purchase
money cash and the balance "'in ennai in.
talmentsof three months and six months.
rona t;ana approved" security reaulred of
Cihaser, or the Receiver is by said Decree au
lzed to- vary terms . to: suite purchasers. The
ueceiver ia aiso aumorizea oy saia uecree to sell
said property at private sale, upon such terms as
shall be agreed upon between him and purchaser, H
and he vUi entertain-private bids unUKtayf aale..ii
Persons wishing taejcaTntoe-aald-opertr wlll .. ' -find
Db Jl. M, KeweU and Mr. Levi Shutord on th ! " .
premises. ther of whonf wltf. take- pleasure in. -
showing the same. Address ... -:y.
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