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rTl.()nrTR; X3:rUESDAT,lJUNE 27, 1882.
a ate .
1 1 M BREUUaS.VCiCI- mm
av 1 w - - '
YG R A M GJD
W W TJ
CENTS and LADIES' SUPPBR&;
- : a. .vs. lit . '
A LOT OF NEW-
SEALED AT LAST.
NORTH CAROLINA CONSTRtlGTlOIT
fnmirmp.rarititl cotiDons attached
the firstr daV Of
J uly, 1878, orthe Lxt day of October,
. r ; 'jmLX'-.: ;a. .' ... k.nt am -a that.
Have the Best 3toek of
Gents' Uand-SfTFfd Shccs
IN THE BTATBU
iy Another lot of Hoop Skirts from 40c to $1.
Mohair and Linen Ulsters In aU's'yles. from $1 25
1 Ji ; 7 very eneapfonr remnariV stock of Merfp ana
H xYt Al
, '- :i 3ft ' . '' - Sf
Boys' Straw Hats wUl be closed oat tery low,
" PT Tie attention of Housekeepers Is called (0
a good assortment of Caar Matting that m are
selling at reduced prices to close out.
T; L Sep ft Co.
OF ULL PBIK
- -. ;. f r
; s.ut 1 ill -4
ili, Tcit and tp Hah
t H F 3 & V I J-f. ...
Of the Latest 8tyles.
Of the Late 8tylML
PAN SUIT THKIB
With any Wnds BOOTS and 8HOE8 THKY WI3H.
; . i. A. Jk.tm0 3 it tine
At this Beason, various diseases of the
bowels are prevalent, ana many I vet an
Zo through lack "of knowledge of a safe
uiu sure remeuj. x 100. x xavu xaui
KtTiTiKB is a sure core for Diarrhoea, Dys
fl entery, Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Bummer
Complaint, etx, and is perfectly safe.
Read th following :
t- M BAiwBati)om,. T,Mrd 23,1881
' PXXBT IUYM Jint KTT.T.KH tuvrfaiU mfmr
ttuiaxt rtlU tot cramp and pln in the atomaeB.
N10HOLTXI.LI, N. Y., Feb. a, 1881.
- The vary (( medicine I know of for dysentery,
cholera morbus, and crmmpstn the tomach. Have
used it for years, and It la r emn every time.
li?fIhavetsedyonPAni Kimji In seyere case of
KSIP ALL KIND1 OK
flunmtu. Oa.. j
Tor twenty years I have used your Part i
c4nmy family. .-Bare
nsed it many times for bowsl
wotua not leei sue
Hinn. Ml. Jan. 23. 1881.
HawnsedPaTOTlMTla' Paw KiiJtor twelve
Tears. It ia taf: ntre.dnd rriUk No mother
' ihewM ailowtttobeout of thelaml. yAIm
- ' '"J ' OKiaDtA,N. .00.19,1881.
We beoan namr it over thirty yean ago. and it
awygvai irnmeiWate wilef Wonld hardly daw
a. . i.ij4moo.ao..reb.23.i88L.
Keartr ererr family in tiii aection keeps a bottle
P E G R A i4'&0v7
BEST B BAUDS and LATEST STYLES
in the bouse.
TJ. 8. Cowsttlate,
nsmTjt. Kaxmw ProseiA.X'eb. 8. 188L
I ha known PnT Patm' Pact Kit .T.aTtalmoat
K-from the flsy irwae mtrodooed. and after years of
observation and use I regard Us presence in my
r household a an MwyHi ,
-.s to. .i. sX.8. femsi Uia Consul.
The Settlement of the Bonds of the
St lorbo Pwrcha,iieiof:8tK;Jrf
in the Nortk Carolifia Railroad. ,
- Baleigh, IT. Jane 14, 1882.
2? is ExceUericy Thomas J. Jarvis, Gov
ernor of NortJi Carolina :
Sib: Tjbe tindersigned, appointed com
missioners "to adjust and- renew a por
tion of thetatcttiirjaiejr the act of
18T9, chapter 138, beg leaver to submit
for -your consideration, and. that of the
Treasurer bt the StatenHAe acbjriT)any-
ingagTeettrent "entered into -between
theoLand those of .the North Carolina
Railroad whose names are signed thers-
In its esseniial principles this agree
ment does not differ from that former
ly submitted to yon: and by yoa to the
IastrGenefal Assembly. The prinqipiB
of smerifent'inaeea m TreseMDejpy
the aCwind waCot;ciUtsi adltefied tf
in both. There is a difference, however.
in sdrhe of the details, which, while it
has been mada more acceptable to .both
Darties. is at the same timer rendered
rne former agreement was not, it is
true? awafed4)ft4iff last General As-
nnr, rnpaip.n. nuL lf itin run lurceatu
plainJy sanction of the principle of ;
the settlement as established by tneact ;
of 1879. Nor can the continuence of
ifie dmihissiott be Otherwise regarded
than as aaexDression bt the legislative
will that some eqtiitaMe adjustment
Vhorld etiimiwught. rr i iy r
There is mtle doubt tnac tne-rauure
to secirtnp approval ot, the General"
Assembly afossout of . an ojjmon that;
mgrei favoratHfl concessionsr mlihtbe!
t$btainedlamhe bojidholders.; Eigh-;
teen months have elapsed since the first!
fegreementSr aa- made,7a1irlng- which '
time the bondholders hayeiitia"de no;
overture of t any kind to the commis-.
siOhelfStiuiWakerftno action looking, to -an
adjustment. It seemed evident from1
Ihis circumstance ilmt the former offer!
-to compromise was made in good faith
on the part of the bondholders ; that'
they, in their judgment, bad eorujwded!
all that a just regard for their own!
rights would admit ; and that they had:
come Jto, the conclusion that further;
concession involved ' such a sacrifice
that ifistlfifl to themselves demanded
that they should abide the result of the;
foreclosure of the mortgage under
I which their bonds were secured, what-
ever that result might be.
: In thisstateof facts, it seemed to the
commissioners that the only prospect
for bringing' the? matter entrusted to
their charge to a successful issue was
for them to reopen - negotiations. In
th nrncrrRss. of these negotiations, , it
bntidanUiappeared how unbounded;
wwe the opinions of tnose wno sup-i
posed tnat oetter terms oi Betuemeut
could be obtained. It was not, indeed.
without much reluctance tnat tne same
terms were now conceded that had been
?olun tartly proffered Derore.
The undersigned suoait una agree
ment as presenting solid Rlaims to your
approval and to the approval of tne
jtreasurer. Tney are connaent uiai. ii
embraces the Dest terms ppon wmcn wi
adjustment can De miae. J.ney r9
ooutidentalso that thjs adjustment will
be in the highest degree Denenciai m
every aspect in which it can be viewed.
It disposes nnanjr oi an tnose uaauiaj
questions which have o long disturbed
the minds of our people, and retarded
the prosperity of our State., A great
property now au putost prupcrtj
acquired by the selt4acrificing efforts
of many of her most patriotic sons.and
identified witn tne memories ut meu
held in honor by , al .our peop
vntH rovftftted securely in the State.
These results are accomplished without
falling dnA iMliMeauent to
date.? Itt caseai j&f said coupons have
been'detahedVfrora said bonds and are
not delivered therewith; the amount of
such detahlfjonf ons Shall be noted
on the certificate f the commissioners,
and in the issuing f the new bends the
Treasurer ihall' cjrf dff from them . and
retaifi therfltetriEJturiflg ' coupons5 f er
tAirtyaollato'tfte amount of the mis
Sing cOoponyaadhall deliver .1jiein
ps twcntiell tetb holders sottbe
said oM iniaajngKSmpons, in exchange
therefot, wtenevlr thesame shall toe
rtMantfi!rffA trfance due on 'coupons
of BaidfcoridaBeterior ; to the flrstj e enlightenment of which many of
day of Jalyvl&? be paid without j -le states are nnable tonoake adequate
interest ontf,bf tL i talancif dividends provision. ; and" believing it ' to be the
Qm6iMi&kmiwJtto State in thel exmsfitutibnal duty of Congress &- pro-
v ' The Statistics of Illiteracy. 1
Washington, June 23. The stitis
ilcs of illiteracy of the voting popula
tion of the United States are attracting
much attention throughout the conn
try, and it is believed will result in
some action fcy Congress designed to
cure this great and glaring evil.
The following petition, signed by the
Governor and other State officers of
Massachusetts, many members of the
Legislature and leading citizens of that
State, has been laid before the two
houses of Congress :
' "We, citizens of the State of Massa
chusetts, impressed with the danger
threatening our republic because of the
,irDalfiire illiteracy of the voting popu-
iationlas revealed in the last census for
JUST RECEIVED PER EXPRESS
A JOB LOT OF SXVSBAL LINES. O?
N N N
o - a
O o -
iheM79gt imposing one dollar of taxation, either
SE&ifemS foreiWery, of the property, or for
. A "S j
r a resldenoaof twB tyjijree years In India,
uuil II III insjij isksi ill nisi Minis. 1 1
cholera, and nerer knew rt lo fail to gv
Jttiet. - a VUUUMW ;
f Kd family caff safelyTvbe withettthifll
I J?or5 tait py au amgisia ae ajak
PERRY DAVIS s Proprietors,
. Providence, R. L
sept dtw sept ft ocL
STKA JEW3CKBRIDGE, VAJ
a inn nuiM man nair a mnmrr uaa nvwo snw
H I. in Mmu aa a medielnal sjrent in a wide.
; r-k-iA 4iMuft MultKndea of women
testily to lis ansarpassea eiuuwsr " "7,
rn its wuuid and most distressing forms Is curef.
-CHKONIC DIABBHOXA AND DTSXNTXBY.
permanent cures result.!
Late, direct troa the
a hlh ana hAantirnllT IOCatea In ttOCK
foWttVs.rand,arrcpeH for the reception
Y?m. i t to October 1st' each
SH TWMWI nZn .
year; eapaew, i,uwu. .j
V kniMalA an d retail, by Dr J. BL He-
ASl and DivTre. SMITH, Charlotte, N. a
a5 O ULZ Ir-J
S ? : : J (dj
- rj dloJviv! rfrt Klt&iMt
yf en eL&2 a jjLJwn-J . ft -4
" f"rr' fQ '' K
- iwjfn r -J"m" "jfe7 Jj1 :
ar i. t i vt m erf I 2 a a.i:-, a
, . ..-.J naw .mi, aaat fuwin Machine in the
wii.r Mc Wllaoat PasuiufaeiaTaT J..
may)) .r .irt 5i y f
niiAiiw a 'v-fii!ii
,fW SSWr tffiJ iawaataf.
saw ,m 10 ni-u a;iw , i
l. -V .fltJ H.IIkaI bil ( I
1 Ml I M S
; yt gm i i ww
M-j-ejiutJ f 5i4.a our-
InbA ktcs . u .a -hj wu
!- .W--al Wiil8 1 1
a , i i i.. iiti tMMw - .
.tJ !i-iiJ a4A
kto a j
PZaBf .a t
CQ . - ifirtsl
1 . . .nmm frnm nhelbri. E4
T .KfbrmMthtiT l mife of
B Ura vjoiDi AND WA&M aUtHSiw A
a ttlty Mil
atraaiian in i.naa uihiu.
Huns n'"-"' " -iiiiraaa
jitjunwi a Moa. PO3T01
..7 , "aJ oij i
wl sWit 4df Oi
tri Vl'lrit bit
iiBpraaence csaiung j-acuwr
;lh5L2i iVairTaLT kkown remedy. na4 0 -
rUi -aiople lf ur. hich be witt r-
Daymentfifithe Interest, which will ae- cured thereby.
crue upon tne uoous wubu iui cuw,-
ing the settlement, jji ay, uy iuo teiiuo
of this compromise-a fund is provided
for the final extinction of these bonds..
While it thus cakes care or tne inter
est -ei but whole people, it in ah especial
manner preserves the interest of those
of her citizens who vsubscribed f or the
construction of this great work, or
which is held by their descendants, it
lifts from the States burden of debt of
more than three quarters of a million.
This involves biithe part of the hold-
ertrbf these bonds" BttrreBaeror zw
on eacir bond.' And ivhen it ia consid-
renHhat" tMsnfssRnT s-made m
mortgages upon: wmon; jweewMro uu
sale must follow in. a fe tnontha,t
cannbt be regatffeij ,81 pet thin 4 Ub
'.ratonevw f - ..;-iv .r I
The pTtne&t value or una grea prup
iprtv. which, smce the completion pf, the
",mairmnrfrt&nt link in the line cf
juimmnnii&tlnn xfiLweeii our BOB
andlhe great ?auey, oi. ue wwi iu yi
direction, ana anequaiiy mjpucuuiiiua.
on one of the great highways between
the North and tne tsoutn vaa aniaer,
'cannot in the most sooer judgment oe
estimated at - less i tnan oouuie we
amount of bonds exenangea, xor iw re
demption. Its value, when these bonds
shall reach maturity, no one conversaht
rifh intrABtji of this. kind, with the
present rate of increase of wealth aid
..,iha i fekth (if whiflh itmut' be
LScSlerateti when the tidef immigra-
hati hnJi r turned to mo ouuiuwu
States, coaid esumaw at less man
ble the price fixed by this agreement,
this great 1W of travel and transpor
tnA tn be a factor of incal-
thectate,is aeia unoer uer uwu vvuvi,
and she thul f etains the means tot; ad
1 dsfioa ttrfough conditions inserted in
fitfireieaSBS,all those complications to
Svnfciilnlidtable discriminations have
td often jkferise.1 5 ? tj s , 4
For a further exposition of the con
siderations which have influenced the
undersigned in entering into j,qib siw-
ment, they beg leave to reiw Hiiueu
former report , Upon? one rpoint only
theysdesire ta add a remark. speaK
inir then the wurcefrom which the
dividends for the payment of the in
terest on the bonds are to be derived,
they expressed-the opinion that the
lease of the road could be continued
without difficulty. What was then ex
pressed as a matter of opinion they are
now able to affirm as a matter of f4ctf
It is now known that a lease of the
road can be effected for the whole time
duiWwnJch these bonds have to run.
We have the honor to be, very re
spectfully, your obedient servants,
v Geo. Davis, :
!! Ill f fU '-t 1 t D WlBAIHrf
' " Cpmasionert.
Whereas under an act of General As
sembly of the State of North Caroltoa,
ratified on the 14th day of March, Ai D.
1879, entitled An act to adjust and. re
new a portion of the . State debt," he
Onvemor of said State was authorized
to nnnnint three commissioners to car-
. !J ..fcj'HiA A.aAntinn Kir fni
ry saiu aci imu wauwuu, j v.
change ofi the bonds therein men
rovisiou vi.w w
annnintpd bv the Governor
State, commissioners for the purposes
mentioned In said act: Now, therefor
we, the undersigned, tioldeni 'of bonds
v aaiA Ktatftln onid act. mentioned
anff deSrflM ft hiretjelrerally and
not jointly, propose and agree to W
MfWaeneft .anatwonjami tgiiw-wi
rnn) tth thma aui commissiohers
'aforesaidin bf thelwwa wnM? hejd;
tod,; coatfbueay,ti mi
Sorth. CJaroMnarafiroad Company, not
neretomJdKtiiniBea xa- n aait
.known asthet Stazey suit, (hereinafter
menlioned),h.tlUf thatis not sufficient
for tbafepurosi then out ofr toe iur
Tiin rf t.hfts dividends on the stock
owned by-tii Slate in the Bwd railroad
the payment'of.the interest on the new
etate ixnQiito sessueu uuuci i tiu
JBH':?t.?irwaB8i -' : ,Wil ;' !
. In exehitcSi lor the bonds thusdeliv
bi ed by aa4re to: receive new bonds ,
ioonai jifettonmi. to the principal of the
ibdsaiverrlby us to said commis-;
otiervti4 etialibe jsued by the
laaid Stat in all reepecta in accordance;
with the' provisions of the act above re-!
f erred to, with semi-annual coupons at-j
tached thereto for interest of thirty
dollars each, the first of which shall be-:
oome dne and payable on the first day
of October, 1882, except that the first!
coupon of tne new bonds issued in re
newal of the old January and July!
bonds shall be tor forty-five dollars, in
stead of thirty dollars; so that the in
terest on each class of bonds may be
equalized, it being the Intention of this
contract that tne oonanoiaers soau re
bate to the State two hundred and forty
dollars of interest on each bond deliv
ered for renewal..
The surplus of the dividends received
under said acton the s-atock owned by
the State in the North Carolina Rail
road company, and applicable to the
said old bonds, after paying the interest
on said new bonds, ahall remain as and
constitute a sinking fund for the pay-
ment of the interest due before the first
day of July, 1878, on such of the said
old bonds as have not been presented
and proved in the suit known as the
Swazey suit now pending in the United
States circuit court for the eastern dis
trict of North Carolina, and after such
interest is paid, then for the payment of
interest and principal of the said new
bonds issued under said act, and shall
be sacredly held and applied to this
purpose and none other ; and such sur
Dins shall be invested in the purchase
oi the new four per cent bonds of the
said State; and all of the bonds thus
purchased shall be stamped and marked
as the sinking fund for that purpose.
The certificate for the stock owned
by the aaid State in the North Carolina
Railroad company shall be held by the
public treasurer, after the same shall
have been returned to the State by
order of the eourt in the said Swazey
suit until the said new bonds are paid
in full, and no lien, mortgage, or other
Incumbrance shall be placed or made
on the said stock, or by the said railroad
company, which shall have a priority
over, the lien of said bonds on said
stock 1 '
And it is understood and is hereby
expressly declared to be the true intent
and meaning of this agreement that
the new bonds to be issued hereunder
are given, not in payment, but in re
newal and extension only of the old
bonds, and without prejudice to the
lien of the said old bonds on the State's
stock in the North Carolina railroad
company, which lien is preserved unim
paired lor tne security oi ine new uouuo
as fully as. Ihe old bonds are now se-
videfar the safetv of the republic no
less in time of peace than in time of
war, and that the enfranchisement of
the freedmen. imposes ah "obligation
upon the government to qualify-them
fnr thfl safe discharere of the duties. With I
which they are charged, do earnestly
trftv'tli&t nrir retwesentatives in Con-
assembled will take prompt and!
efficient measures to avert this danger:
that moneys raised from such sources
as Congress may in its wisdom deem
best shall be distributed to the common
schools "of the States and Territories, on
the basis of illiteracy, in such manner
as shall notupersede no interfere with
but rathef stimulate their efforts, ' and
under such guarantees aa shall secure
its application to this object with equal
justice to all classes of citizens."
Sa ' '
No matter how advanced In life,
Good teeth In either man or wife
Or maid are a rich prize;
And those Who wonld the gift preserve,
From SOZODONT won't swerve,
8hoald tbey at all be wise.
Hw Shall She Preeerve Her Health
One who has long investigated this subject gives
the result, and is happy to Bay that it is found in
Woman's "Best Friend." It is adapted especially
tn that oTpat central, all-controlling organ, the
womb, correcting its disorders, and curing any ir
regularity of the "menses," or "courses." Dr. J.
Brad&eld's Female begulator acts like a charm in
whites, and in sudden or gradual checking, or in
entire stoppage ot the "monthly courses," from
cold, mental trouble, or like causes, by restoring
the natural discharge in every instance. In chronic
eases, so of ten resulting in ulceration, falling of
the womb, its action is prompt and decisive, sav
ing tne constitution xrom numoeness evus auu
premature decay. Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfleld,
Atlanta, Ga. Price: trial sixe. 76c ; large size,
81-50. For sale by all druggists.
And are offering them very much below the real value. Call and get a bargain. Have,ao jnsi.ieceiv-
ed per ireignt several imngs mat win pay you wimvroi. "h t
FASHION SHEETS FOR JULY.
From the Toledo Blade. I
OF s-.XTB.ACT OF CELEUV AND
CHliTlOMILE UPON T1IE
NERVOUS SYSTEM and DIGESTIVE
Aa Invariablr Produced by Dr. C. W.
Beiikon'v Celery and Chamo
They have been tested time and again, and al
ways with satisfactory results. This preparation
just meets the necessities of the case. Let me
state just what my Pills are made to cure, and
what they have cured end will cure: Neuralgia,
Nervousness, Sick Headache, Nervous Headache,
Dyspeptic Headache, Sleeplessness, Paralysis and
Dyspepsia. These diseases are all neivous dis
eases. Nervousness emDraces nervous weakness,
irritation, despondency, melancholy, and a rest
less, dissatisfied, miserable state of mind and
These are some of the symptoms of. nervous
ness; now, to be fully restored to health ana nap
ntnftft ta a Drteeless boon, and yet. for 50 cants. .
you can satisfy yourself that there is a cure for
von. and for sfi. at the very furthest that cure can
be fully secured. These Pills are all they are rep
resented to be, and are guaranteed to give satis
faction if used as directed and will cure any case.
Bold br all druggists. Price, 50 cents a box.
TJenot lOfl North Eutaw street. Baltimore, Md.
By mall, two boxes tor SI, or sx boxes for $2.50.
to any address.
Baleigh News and Observer. ; s
Tha trustees of Wake Forest College
ay received a telegrtt from ,R)v. A.
Ort&kbn, of Ashevifiej wad wis recent
ly erected president $of fte college, de
elininar the position. Mr. Dixon as
signs as a reason for his declination the
fact that he had been previously called
to take charge of a church in Balti
more, and that the people of that
church would not release him from his
engagement So he will go to Balti
more. The I trustees! i of i Wake Forest
are called to meet Jaly 6. to elect some
one to fill the vacant position.
No Trace of ChilPs Party.
London, June 28. Lieutenant Mel
ville telezraohs from Yokotnkah under
AAta nf Anvil 10 that he searched the
fcoastfrom the fiver Alenek to the river
Jana and found no traces of the second
cutter or Lieut Chiff 's party. He bur-
M3U LIU? I CUiaiUU u. XOliuug d yai i.j ouv.
secured every paper pertaining to the
Thousands of ladies ohrbh grateful remem
brances ef the help derived from the use of Ly iia
S. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
Brlgbt's Disease of the Kidneys, Diabetes and
nthr iiaAflaM of the Kidneys and Liver, whtch
you are being so frightened about. Hop Bitters is
the only tning mat wiu sureiy suu peiumuomii
prevent and cure. All other pretended cures only
relieve for a time and then make you many times
ore. ! ; ( ' ; j , ' '
MRS. JOE PEHSOM'S BE.TIEDY
WILL. CURE SCROFULA,
And Is unequalea as a TONIC It will cure Rheu
matism, Cancer in its early stages, Heart Disease,
Chronic Bflloos Colic, Eruptions, Skin and Blood
Diseases, - J ' " '- 1
Baleigh, 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 retu'ts. I believe her remedy to be ex
cellent fcr the purposes for which It is intended.
Judge Strong's Opinion.
v Baleigh, N.C., Dec. 1st, 1880.
llrs. Joe Person:
Madam Some m nths ago I was in bad health,
suffering from debility, lndlgeetlon and loss of
appetite, when a friend who had experienced great
han-tit frnm iwb of rout remedy. Induced me to
try it as a tonic I did so with the most happy re
sults. I take great pleasure in recommending It
us a valuable and efficient Vegetable Tonic, and
wish you much success.
. . ' . Dimr - . . '
' 1 have used Mrs. Joe Person's Tonic for general
debility consequent upon living in a low country.
aBd found great benefit from it as an appetizer
f tone to tachYABD
v - Atier OtsMT J-aiai havd Failed.!
Oxford, N. CFebraarj 2d, 1880.
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy cured our little girl,
who was badly afilfctedwita eerofuia in the ayes,
after all other available means had failed, i
i .. &K- . ,B... BLLI0TT.
I am prepared to PBOVl that I have discovered
the vegetable antidote for Bcrofula. My Remedy
will expel 'the dlseae front the system, thus ren
dering uthe-best BLOOD PUB1FIKR known. I
have sold ovtr 4.000 bottles, and; have never re
ceived one unfavorablc - report- Infallible for
Bcrofula and InrptlonsEold and endorsed by
the Drugeists of North Carolina.' Send for circu
lar containing testimonials of remarkable cures.
The e tesUmoaUla come, not from the far West
OT the Trttoriea.Tut' from well known citizens
of roar own State. Ask your druggist- for, my
ltomtdy,; Prtolwtottter$5pr bajldMen.
for further tofwmaiiori,a4dieM J r
a. a iBatMiavl IMsasaiallaa.H-
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
of IjTTIDIDHIN" dts TIATEfl.
, 1 ' .niiHimiiiiiiiiiirifilg pW'
Wholesale & Retail.! plj
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-a iMtSHSw MU9CHDUt4
Thousands ot Musical Families throughout . North and South Carolina are lntenoing ,w purcu so
PIANOS and ORGANS In the Fall, when cotton comes in. WHY WAIT? Buy at once, and enliven
the long, hot SUM MX B MONTHS with Music and make the "HABVKST HOME" still more joyful.
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
I SKIN CURE
la Warranted to Oure
BOX I MA. TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH SCALY ERUPTION,
DISEASES OT HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLES and
TENDER fTCHINOS on aU parts of the
body. 1 inaksa the skin white, sot and amoota;
(moves tan and freckles, and la the BEST toilet
dressing in THH WOULD. Elegantly pat up, two
bottles tn one package, eonslstlng of both, internal
aad external treatment.
All Qrst elaas druggists have it. Prioe II. per package.
C. N. cnttenton. Sole Wholesale Agent for Dr.
C. W. Benson's Remedies, 115 Fulton street, New
A NOTED BUT UNTITLE 1 WOAIaa.
p Prom ths Boston Globe.
Under our Mid-Summer Sale, we offer to sell during the months ot JUNK, JULY, AUGUST and SUP
TKMBXR, 1882, PIANOS and ORGANS, of every make, style and price, at our very lowest eash rates
On PIANOS $25 Cash, Balance November 1st, 1882.
On ORGANS $10 Cash, Balance November 1st, 1882.
WITHOUT IHTEBEST OS AH7 ADVANCE 4H PRICE,
IF BALANCE CAN'T BE PAID IN IHE FALL,
Longer time will be given, with a reasonable Increase of price. All instrument! m every graae ana
Drice included In this sale. Tell your musical friends of It Write us for. Catalogues, Prloe Lists and
Circulars. This sale closes October 1st ia
Mx (rt) years guarantee,
Early purchase secures
Test them in row own hotr.es. Address
stool and Instructor with every Organs ' Freight paid both ways If no sale.
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PROF. WM. BAKSB is my authorized Tuner and Bepairer.
to this house. .' .
All work guaranteed. Bend orders
3rr. Editor -
Ttwabovelsa good likeness of Mrs. Lydla E. Pink.
of IjTiri, Mass., who above all other human beings
. saay bp trnthfnUy called the "Dear Friend of Woman,"
as some of her correspondents love to call her. She
is sealCT'ty devoted to her work, which is the outcome
of a life-study, and is obliged to keep six lady
assistants, to help her annrerthe large correspondence
irhloh daily pours 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 sayst "It works like a charm and saves much
pain. It will cure entirely the worst form of falling
of tbe uterus, leuoorrhcea, Irregular and painful
Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and
, ulceration, Floodlngs, all Displacements and the con
sequent spincJ 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 faintness, flatulency,
destroys &U craving for stimulants, and relieves weak
ness of the stomach. It cures Bloating, Headaches,
Nervous 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
und5T all circumstances, act in harmony with the law
that governs the female system.
It costs only $1. per bottle or sii for $5., and is sold by
druggists. Any advice required aa to special eases, 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, Haso.'
For Kidney Complaint of either sex this compound is
unsurpag3ed as abundant testimonials Show.
-Mrs. Finkhatn'B Liver Fills," says one writer, ''are
tat best ill fas world for the core of Constipation,
Bttlousness and Torpidity of the liver. Her Blood
Purifier works wonders In its special line and bids fair
to equal the Compound tn Be popularity.
An must respect her aa an Angel of Mercy whose sole
ambition Is to do good to others.
Philadelphia, Pa. CO Mrs. A. it. D-
ELEGANT G00S3 JUST BECEIVED, BY
In cases suitable for bridal gifts. Another stock of
WALTHAW1 AND ELGIN WAJCHES,
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And other desirable goods. Fine SPECTACLES and XYX-GLASSE3.
"WILLIAliIS Is With me and will always welcome his friends.
RED JUNE APPLES,
FRESH GREEN CORN,
Crystal Ice Cream, at
IF W MILE.
Tv Virtue of a decree
D Catawba eounty, made In the
: ' 6t Philadelphia, Pa ,V "
J $ig following terma, viz: wi
In Kegs and
.t uLi n, i.f. riitMr.mit l.tan Am u i I - - ...... n , ! i
wOfl 01 Bpeetai aupeBBeUoa vi rnmaeucuu vuvam
i JMHUCSSiy 111 iW aUUrj auu utoi uibpmw. 1 t.jt,
j.,..fev. i-Bsv. Dm Dmampt,?'
s-: EJsjajMaWtliEfMi--'- -hm
trwblev especially Brlght's Disease r Diabetes,
as Hod Bitters neverfaiw of a 'core where i sure
1 BOTTLED ;.BEE11. A 8PECIA ltlt
a irf-ti'--i --.l --. K tt: v.-.- !
' .- CVShvw Inst reeciwjd a small lot of BOTTLED
ALE and POBTEa, which I offer totbe pubMo at
roaaonawe psTce. .Aaareas
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mhr28 ai .. tti.T
cf the Su pfrlor Coart of
ae in the case of P. C
bhufordand others, plaintiffs, vs. A M. Powell
and others, defendants, at Boring Term, 1882, of
uatawoa county superior uiun, mo unuersitiucu.
as Receiver, will- sell at public sale, at the Long
Island Cotton Mills, on MOriDAY, the 3BD DAY
of JULY, 1882, the following valuable Property,
fahwlf;;.., . ... -Ts.
Inrtnr nf tbA TiruK TaTand Rottnn Mills, to-
T TT?"RR VSi gether wiihl6aere land, including the entire
iiJtlrtl O L JliiXJX I O Water power of wren feet headi factory building
60x40. two stories high, flouring ana saw muis,
HEADQUARTERS FOB EBUITS.
A WASHINGTON Hand Presi and material fox
A . 7-cohnnn newspaper, -gg
Jonl4tt . ;r . -.. . Shelby, N.C
NOBTH ClBOIilMA BAILBOAD ColCf'AKT, . l
n a. rtn sisasii'ai tfff rasl V
, : CompaeiM)ps,N.C, Jane 20th, 18811
nTiTi ThtHvLihird kmual meellnsof the stock'
- A'holders of this company wiUbe held In Baleigh
'on Thursday, July 18th, 1882- - -t
fitorkhnldArs deairlna to attend can. et tfcke's
for themselves and the immediate rn embers of
their families (WIFE and CBILDBES LIVING
UNDEB TQEIB RQOE 1 by anpijtng to the undef;
aigned. . 5 1 i & i X . x-ui a
jonsa until is juiy
store and cotton houses, blacksmith shop and five
tenernentltouses, and th following machinery:
1 picker, 1 86-inch double beater and tapper, 6
86-inch 14 top flat eaidsr railway head. 2 drawing
frames, 6 deliveries each,. 4 ring frames (Brides
berry make), all in good order. 2 Banforth cap
rrames, 132 spinaies. iuuu uumutr eyiuuics oiu,
1 Tratlaeard crlsder, bunch, em baling -press;
alsoa large iot of eld looms, , pullles, shaiUng,
Ac. .' - - - ' . .
yor inote teenrate ucf Vdefinlto descrfptibn of
the property and the conditions ot said tale refer
ence ia hereby made tQ the decree above referred.
TElUiias--Twen. ..per .can oi H purcnase
money cash and 'the balance to 'equal In
stalments of three ' months and. six months,
bond -. tod -fepproved ; j security required ot
purchaser, or the ueceiveria Dy.saia. decree au
thoilzedto vary' terms' to' rait purchasers. The
Receiver is also witJiortzed by said Decree to sell
aid property at private, sale; urjod !ncht terms as
she, l be agreed, upon neiween nun ana purcnaser.
ana no wiu entertain pnvsio oias uclu any ot saie.
Persons wishing to examine saia property wiu
find Dt A.iL Powell and Mr, Levi Shuf ord on the v
premises, either, ot, whom will take pleasure in.
' "L ; V ' . JOHN L. O0BB,BeeeIvr. ,
- iahs ' Unoblntoo, Lincoln county, N. C .
'r:we are to dearer garaonas to
ilspoaaible. "We know this. r