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t MtEfc YcOC B A 0 T I OBSERVE K WEDKKS DAY, NE 8; 1882;
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I I' S
i. inrf Kevtr. nd Bilious atticks
-nW'la- Ctli' .tn niory's Man-iM Cu.e Hlls
iTuei) cu , rairicdy; never ran 10 cure iuo
P?!" -standing case, causing no
7effWlual. ,VhH bod s a household rem
"5n i w,,e w. For Lier Complaint their
'l,(He1 JnoVn: one box wM hi- e a wonaer
d,,S is n' Kt c e. The? are ied and
'.. nn tl rS.1 ' , -.!.! Ha rime.!..
JSrtW about Hats
wi&!? w 8tato nWy - Fortune's Favmitei
D'S NEW TACTOF-V.
dicating Exercises on Last Sun-
on " ' ,' ,! -old bt Druggists
''crlDwl w; n f,0 wt boxes. Emory's Lt
Piicre. L?t , -r made, only 15 cento
1 Nassau street, New York.
sic semper Tyraoui.
to tyrants" says Virginia upon
' TDUS Ss and with this motto Is a vigorous
..rcoiu-1"; m imon a prosumo uouruw. ru-
fort" " .ml mouu ir - -
usiH .lowii usurping diseases and thus
jfklVnM that baffle tr.e skill or
ffffllwu ind dangerous, andattlw
SAis entandniulUioriii In manlfes-
kidneys and ilver.
Bil"n,,.l9 the domain ot Hunt's Bfrnydj.
fretc' of thousands proves that It does
r . of toe
TneeXlf .iMmed for It effects cures oi eases
.?,ht 8 clallWU A m riMnllntn
?J ye', d cr m out to tbe world, clo semper
n,,iarltr and world-wide tame of 81m-
T"e ,PPJ wpiriuator has Induced unprincipled
vflei lil tmrt of our title or name In the mar
v&Xftr of these enterprises have died a
K, S but others are periodical!; cropping
ur thoae who have not yes learnea iuo jreai
t,i trie invalid it may be a question ot
hof ne Regulator this
-ortDO' th. invalid it
ryiJh Ask for Simmons Mver ftegnla
llw mA in for th Mgnatnre or J. m. iun
."nd the Tlarge red Z on White Wrapper.
This powder never varies. tA marvel ot par t
strength and wbolesomeness More economic
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weleht. aumor phosphate powders. Sold only In
ov28 ew iort
Sole Agent, Charlotte, W. C.
- lHot as ever.
tiW After a while watermelons will
get to be common, and then the scribe
I UOh ! for a home in some vast wil-
aerness, where the evil days (the hot
ones) come not.
VW There will be no prayer meeting
ot- V, tj J T- . A
u mo octouu jrresDyienan ennrch to
night, on account of the absence of Mr
Wood, the pastor.
luocuuou uioom mentioned in
these columns yesterday morning was
sent to Hew York by yesterday even
IST The dry, parched earth drank up
1 B VI ,
mo icireauiug rain drops as last as
they fell, but still we are thankful for
even small favors.
W" The new freight depot of the
Carolina Central railroad, in this city,
approaches completion and bids fair to
rival any building of its kind in the
tYVe stated yesterday that Rev.
J.T.Bagwell preached in Shelby last
Sunday. Our informant was mistaken,
and we take the earliest opportunity to
tSTThere were 250 freight cars in
Charlotte last night and the number of
freight cars handled at our depots
monthly amount to 6,000 or 8,000. How's
that for business?
J" Large quantities of lumber used
for building purposes in Charlotte, are
nov shipped to us from Robeson and
Richmond, counties via the Carolina
?ilAlarKe number of delegates to
the judicial convention, which meets in
this city to-day, arrived last night
From all indications the convention
will be a large one.
JSF" The. track improvements made
by the Carolina Central Railroad com
pany at ine rraae street crossing are
first class in every respect. The old
tracks have been torn up, relaid and
ballasted, and a new switch has been
laid down so that cars can come up
directly to the platform of the new de
A DAY AT ST MARY'S.
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles BROWN'S
Iron Bitters is good for,
It will cure lleart Disease, paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purifies and en
riches the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
Baltimore, Md., a;
My health was much snatl
7, i8So. j
Rheumatism when I commenced
taking Brown's Iron Bitters, and I
scarcely had strength enough to at
tend to my daily household duties.
Iam now using the third bottle-and I
am regaining strength daily, and I
cheerfully recommend it to all.
I cannot say too much in praise
of it. Mrs. Maxt E. Brashbar,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Christiansburg, Va., 1881.
Suffering from kidney disease,
from which I could get no relief, I
tried Brown's Iron Bitters, which
cured me completely. A child of
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetite and did not seem to
be able to eat at all. I gave him Iron
Bitters with the happiest results.
J. Kylb Montagus.
Heart Disease. 1 .'
Vine St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Dec 2, 1881.
After trying different physicians
and many remedies for palpitation
of the heart without receiving any
. benefit, ,1 was advised to try Brown's
Iron Bitters. I have used two bot
tles and never found anything that
gave me so much relief.
Mrs. Jennik Hsss.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subject, Brown's Iron
Bitters is invaluable. 'l Try it: ,
Be sure and get the Genuine.
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Coramencemeat Exercises- of the Catho
lic College at Garribaldi.
Yesterday morning a long string of
carriages left the city as the sun came
up, wending their way to St Mary's
College, near Garibaldi, in Gaston com
ty, the attraction being the fourth an
nual commencement of that institute.
After passing Capt Sid Alexander's
farm, the road is shaded, cool and level
for almost the entire distance, and it is
not until the college is nearly- reached
that an obstruction is met which calls a
halt the wide,' swift rolling Catawba.
Our road led to Sifford's ferry and we
found a very willing and sprightly fer
ryman who rowed us o'er the river for
the small consideration of a few silver
nnsrtprs. thoueh on account of the
number of carriages, the transfer busi
ness consumed a full hour and a half.
The Catawba at thu point, is a most
beautiful stream, and the ferryman's
slow work afforded all an opportunity
to admire it to their heart's content.
After the last carriage was finally land
ed on the other shore, the journey was
resumed and after a very short ride, St
Mary's College was reached.
i The building, a large brick house,
three stories high, is most beautifully
situated, commanding a view of King's
and Crowder's mountain from its front,
while all around the giant oaks throw
out cool breezes and afford the densest
When the party from Charlotte ar-
riv-ed. there was a crowd of about
airnadv at the college,and the Right
Rav.H.P. Xortbrop, bishep of North
narolina. was conducting ordination
services in the chapel. Rev. Daniel Hef-
ti.iO. S. B- and professor joi matnemai-
ics, was ordained sub-deacon. The mass
of ordination commenced at 6 o'clock
and ended at half -past nine. In the per
formance of the ordination service, the
-rri rAn PianMian Pilz assisted as
arch-deacon. Revs. Lawrence, of Char
inrt and Holohen. of Greenvnie,
oooiori Frater Patrick, O. S. B,
officiated as master of ceremonies.
a f tr the ordination service the com
mencement exercises proper were held
and were onened with "the greeting
"hv the Glee club.
' - w Trariri delivered the
salntatorv address and acquitted him
The "Cecilia March," played by Yen.
t? .nnrad Ebert. Pianist ana josepu
oariAfw. violinist, was most excenenuy
arfArmAB. but the "Js'wltzer Song of
4ta0" hv the Glee club, was the
iweetest, most pathetic songiiuBuuiD
and the audience had it repeated time
"The reporter." Mark Twain's dia
logue, and the Fourth of July oration,
were both good and delivered in fine
style. The speech of the day was de--liveredby
Mr. Cba&. J. Abearn, on the
necessity of religious education. .
The valedictory by Wm. W McDon
bugh, was beautifully composed and
feelingly spoken for oneso young.
, Bishop Northrop delivered the gold
medals-tto S Smith, ot Stanly Creek,
S'. C, for good conduct, and to Chas. a.
Ahearn, of Fayetteville, Ji.C forbeolir
ceived premiums were wvu
l,ri ona at, a time to receive them
Tfrbm tbe hands of th5 Bishop.
- JAfter the distribuuon or me : pro-
mlums, Bishop HOrtDrop aeuyereu
address to the students and to the an
dieneff, short, but. beautiful, forcible
miid convincing. The Biftnops aaaxesB
'r,T -Jnuaa fnr vpstetdav. Or-
dUiation ieceitthW; at .the
4 cdliege to-day. . . . - ,
bf nr arv'a had forty students this
iession and the prospects for .a largely
!r-mAd ttendancenexfe-sessiQn are
bright "CSTbitoWpPI i8! y-to-!to in-;
tWfoto riri U 'begin-'..-
- v ko Alt -rhA-iTTBcitJine ? of the
I1IIIV LU W . "
"school a mpst excellent andthe course
ol instruction'1 as. .thorough and fcom
i3.t a J onw ntViBri college in the
VkOlB n v. ..
W f ha nresldent and professors the
reporter Is under many obligations for
M irinrilv and ' hospitable entertain-
nient which-he received at their hands.
t had been extensively advertised
,t the Rev, Dr. Craven would preach
a sermon in the new factory on Sunday
morning, and that after the sermon the
dedicatory service would take place.
At the hour of eleven there had con.
gregated an audience of from 1500 to
2000 people, from the town and country,
together with visitors from a distance
along the railroad. We noticed persons
from South Carolina, Charlotte, Salis
bury, Lexington, Thomasville, Greens
boro and other places.
The first floor of the building was fit
ted up for the occasion, with rostrum
for the speakers and seats for the audi
The services were opened by the
"Praise tha Lord,"
sungby Mrs. Nicholson, MissDeLeL
Alderman, and Mr. Hay ward Alder
man, all of Greensboro. The anthem
was beautifully rendered. Mrs. Nichol
son possesses a voice of great power and
wonderful melody. The choir of the
Methodist church sang the hymn
Before Jehovah's awful throne;"
Mrs. K. L. Craven presiding at the or
gan. Tbe Rev. Mr. Cole offered an ap
propriate and impressive prayer, after
which the Rev. Dr. B. Craven arose and
delivered a beautiful sermon from
Proverbs the 6th chapter, 6,7, 8 verses,
which read :
"Go to the aunt, thou sluggard ; con
sider her ways, and be wise: which hav
ing no guide, overseer, or ruler, pro
videth her meat in the summer, &nd
gathereth her food in the harvest.
The Doctor prefaced his sermon with
the following words:
I know thaf differences of opinion
exist as to the propriety of dedications
like this, but I favor them. All great
improvements or revolutions in opin
ions, morals, manners or work, de
mand new modes, new machinery and
new combinations; and when new
methods are prominent in the land, and
new applications take the plack of rou
tine, we may be sure that the morning
dawneth. In North Carolina, and
among us, something new has appeared,
approved and copied already in distant
places, and carrying with it an element
of great social and civil force. Capital
bows to Christ, and asks a blessing
from the church, work enthrones in her
lordly temple the true and mighty God,
and trade openly and before all men
takes the oath of allegiance to the
Prince of Peace. This great factory is
to be controlled by religious principle,
the smoke from the chimney is to be
daily incense to God, and the roar of
the machinery will be work's anthems
to the Lord. This is the place and these
are the men to make labor walk with
God. Good men and true have labored
here in the past years, and pleasant
memories have lately gone with one of
them toJhe grave. Of the present
company ! know three of them well,
the Messrs. Odell and Mr. Curtis. They
personally know every foot of the road
from the little boy's first day in the fac-
toiy up to the full fruition of owner
ship and control. They have not for
gotten the thrill of the first five cents
in the little boy's pocket, and in sweet
est memory still hear the kind, encour
aging words that helped them so much
in the long ago. They are the men to
teach the boys and girls to respect
themselves, to do honest work, to save
the pennies, and to look for brighter
manhood and womanhood. It is beau
tiful for these men in the fullness of
manhood to bring the gain of their own
hard work, and bid it work in God's
way. These are good, sound, practical
men ; they are Christian men and de
sire their money and efforts to have the
blessing of God."
It is useless to attempt to write out
the sermon. It was was delivered ex
tempore, he only having the headings
on manuscript. The text to his points
wa3 the following proposition: "The
practical ability to create, and righily
use wealth, is the highest human de
velopment on earth."
At the close of the sermon, Mrs.
Nicholson sung the dedicatory hymn,
accompanied by Mr. Alderman on the
cornet and Mrs. Williams on the organ.
It was grand.
After prayer by the Rev. Mr. Smith,
Mr. Odell came forward and offered the
building with all its contents to Dr.
Craven to dedicate to Almighty God,
and for his honor and glory.
The following are the words of the
For as much as God hath blessed the
owners of this house in their business
life, and by a kind Providence has ena
bled them to erect this noble building;
and for as much as he hath put it into
the hearts of the proprietors to publicly
and solemnly ask the Lord Jehovah to
make this one of his dwelling places, I
now. therefore, in the name of the
Hotel Arrivals Yesterday.
Central Hotel. Thos Barrett, Au
gusta; G W Egan, Charleston ; MO J
Kreps, Salem, Va; J L Cobb and wife,
Lincolnton ; Leon H Pender, Miss F M
lender, Tarboro; M M Lewis, Rich
mond; DE Allen, North Carolina; H
B Adams, JasF Payne, D A Covington,
Monroe; F W Clarke, North Carolina;
R T Caston, Mrs S A Caston, L E Cas
ton, South Carolina; John JCulbertr
son, New York; Thos M Chatard,
Brewer Mine ; Z L Pearson, Cheraw ;
J A Forney, J H Gilkey, Rutherf ord
ton ; C J Ahem, Fayetteville; W J Mc
Donougb, Portsmouth; W L Crouse,
T H Cobb, Lincolnton ; S Flanagan,
W Flanagan, Wilmington; J Tierney,
H Godwin, J Lawless, M Irwin, Nor
folk; J H Urner, AE Rankin, Balti
more ; C M French, Pittsburg, Pa ; E H
Lewis, Boston; J E Barrett, At
lanta; J C Branan, Atlanta, Ga;
J D Brown, county; J W Bulla, Wash
ington, D C ; C A Misenheimer, Pioneer
Mills; E B Springs, city; S C Scofield,
Davidson College ; J B Quinn, Shelby ;
Jno F Hoke, Lincolnton ; M J Myers,
city; J G Waddell, Lincolnton; B T
Morris, John C Puett, Dallas; Jas A
MeCool, Atlanta; Dr Louis H Reid.
Baltimore; HCDunlap, Atlanta; LP
Jepson, Graham, N C ; A Foil, Concord ;
Miss Nettie Graham, Laurlnburg; J A
Lattimore, E H Fullen wider, C C Blan-
ton, R McBrayer, Shelby; Jno F Early,
Nashville; Jno Tipton, Iron Station;
R J Shipp, Lincolnton ; Mrs. Durham
two children and servant, Charleston,
and August 664-644; August and September
6 56-64d; beptember ana uctoDer o 4U 04a; Oc
tober and November 6 86 64d; November and
December -; December and January ; Jan-
naxv and reDruar -. jruwires ciosea
Nw Tom Net receipts gross 8,764
Futures closed easy; sales 178,000 bales.
AUgUSt - 12.OOOI.DW
March 11.94 96
Governments generally unchanged
Four and a hall per cents,
rour per cents
State bonds moderately active and
Bub-treasury balances Gold...
Stocks Weak and lower:
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5
Alaliama Class A, small
Alaliama Class b, 5's
Alabama Class C. 4's.
Chicago and Northwestern
cnicago ana itonnwestern preierrea,
Louisville and Nashville
Memphis and Charleston
Nashville and Chattanooga
Richmond and Allegheny
Richmond and Danville
South Carolina Brown Consols,
waoasn, at. lxrais a nemo.
Wabash, St Louis ct Pacific preferred
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Omoi of Thi Obssbvkr, I
Chablottx, June 28, 1882. i
The market yesterday dosed steady at the fol
Good Middling. 12
Strictly middling 11
Strict low middling 11
Liow miaaung 11 b-ic
Storm cotton 57W
Sales yesterday 27 bales.
npBS undersigned would like to rent pasturage
X lor a cow.
A. G. BRENIZKB.
Desirable Residence for Sale.
I WILL Sell at private sale, as agent for
B. T Wheeler, that desirable residence
latelv occurred bv 8. B. Meacham. Esq . lo-.
cated on Trade street, between the property of
Mrs. Gen. T. J. Jaekson and Col. Jno. E. B own.
The lot fronts 98 feet on Trade street and runs
back 896 feet to 4th. On tbe premises are good
outbuildings, a small tenement house on the rear
lot, well ot water, 4c. Terms Easy.
H. JV. UUCmtAINJi,
Jun28 lw Agent.
To Prevent Bees From Swarming.
How can bees be prevented from
s warming r
They cannot be entirely kept from
swarming, but in great part they are
pre rented not only oy giving the queen
laymg-room, but by the com Dined re
suit of giving laying-room for the queen
and room for tbe surplus, and having
the boxes on both sides and the top,and
taking off the boxes as they are finished
up1, thereby keeping the bees building
comb all the while, and not having the
top of the hive so tight as to confine
the heat so closely in the hives as to
cause the bees to cluster outside. If
the above points are observed, not even
ten Der cent of the stock will be apt to
swarm. To explain more fully, I will
irive a modus operandi that I practice
Give your stocks only as many combs
as the queen will keep well filled with
eees (six or seven Longstroth, Amen
can or Quinby frames), and as soon as
the young bees begin to natcn plenti
fully, but not so mueh as to be crowd-
inz. eive the stock a frame of sections
fsurnlus honey boxes, with foundation
or comb-starter in one side, and as the
bees begin to work in the section give
them another frame on the other side
of the brood combs. When they are
well at work on these give them an up
per case, putting the boxes from the
side into the upper case, placing a
frame of fresh sections between those
being worked in and a fresh frame of
sections on each side of the brood, and
im that way the young bees are set to
work instead of being the mischief-
making preparations for swarming,and
if fresh sections are given as fast as the
bees become numerous enough to occu
py them, and take out the full ones as
last as nmsiittu, yuiuug cuipiijr uut m
their slace. Next be sure that every
queen has her wings clipped close off,
and if thev then show a disposition to
swarm, take a frame of capped brood
fha oTifnr rvf fhA npsr.. civincr one Amn-
ty frame in its place.. The frames thns J"JST RECEIVED
taKen irom several mve can ue given
to a weak stock. The more swarming
is prevented the more profitable the
Hortord's Acid Phosphate
Is useful In dyspepsia. It gives the stomach tonic
and Imparts vigor to the wnoie system.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
JONK 27, 1882
Wrr.MTKftTOH 8nlrlts Turoentlne firm, at 43c
Rosin firm, 81.65 tot strained; $1.62 tor good
trained. Tar dull, at 82.80. Ciude Turpentine
steady, at $1.50 for hard; 82:75 for yellow dip;
82.75 tor virgin.
Baltmobb hook Flour dull and unchanged;
Howard street and Western super S3 25 $4. 00;
extra 8425&S5 50; family $5.60887.00: , City
Mills. suDer 88.2aS4.O0: extra 84.25884.75:
Bio brands $7 2587.87. Wheat Southern
milftti Western hlsher: Southern red 81.88881.88:
amber $1.88881.40; No. 1 Maryland 81.488
SMSty; No. 2 Western winter red spot, $1.42
881.48. ' Corn Southern steady and quiet; West
ern steady; Southern white 94: Southern yeUow
Baltchobs -KI6HT- -Oats, steady and firm;
Southern 62864; W astern wnlte 62864; mixed
61362; Pennsylvania 81 64 Provisions firm ;
met nork.SOn.75rDS22.25. Hulk meats should-
H find -eloar rib aides. Racked lOUQlHlA.
Bacon -shoulders llU: clear rib sides 14;
hams 15U&1&- lrd--refined 13. Coffee-
firm; Rio cargoes ordinary to fair 889. Sugar
-steady; A soft 9. Whiskey-quiet, at $1.16-
nrrRARo Flour dull and nominal. Wheat
aetlve, and lower; No. 2 Chicago spring $1 34
0)81.86 for eash: 81.86 for June and July. Corn
THE firm of J. ROESSLER x CO., has this day
been dissolved bv mutual consent Capt J.
Roessler continues the business at the old stand
and is authorized to settle aU claims for and
against tbe old firm. J. ROESSLER,
an27 at a avnuex.
LOST yesterday evening, in Third street er on
the Alr-Llne track, a pocket case ot Surgical
Instruments red morocco cover. A liberal re
ward will be paid for the return ot the case to the
active and lower, at 74l
2i74 for cash; 74
M8 quiei ana weaa.
fnr JnnA: 7214 for Jnlv.
at fut&k for cash: 4814 for July. Pork unsettled
and lower, at $21.878$21.50 for eash;
c-ji H7Ur21.4Q for June and July, wm- ac-
;lve and a shade lower, at $11,758)811.77 for
cash and July. Bulk meats unsettled and kwei ;
shoulders 89.50; short ribs $12.55; short clear
813.00. Whiskey steady, at $1.16.
HAT.vHBTnj-taadv:mlddllnz 121AC: low mid
dling 11 She; ood ordinary llo; net receipts
2ft: btoas 2rt:' sales ; stock 5.600: ex
norta onutwls - .- to Great Britain - ; to
continent - -f to France ; to channel
Nobiolx Firm; middling 12c; net :Kelpt
126; gross 126; stock 5,027; exports h-i-
wise ; sales 260; exports to Great Britain
; to continent .
""UlLlBiOBB Firm: middling 12e. low mid
dling im; good ordinary lOHdc; net receipt ;
gross. 583: sales : stock 16 568; exports
coastwise 550; spinners 880; exports to wrest
Britain . to continent ,
BostON'Qalet middling 12e; low middling
12c; goo ordinary llc; net reeelpts 405;
gross 2.114: sales r.atock 8.850: export to
Great Britain 66?; to France .
WrumtOTOH Firm, middling 12c;low nud
dltng 11 6 16c; good ordinary 1Q 7 16c; receipts
24; gross 24; sales --; stock 887; exports
eoastwlse -; to-Great Britain ; to
PHnxDiLPHiA Firm; middling 12c. low
middling 12c; good ordinary lie: receipts net
878; gross 878: sales ; tok 18,103; ex
ports Great Britain 2,176; to continent .
Savahkah Steadyt--Bilddling 11 fee; low mid
dling llc; good ordinary 10e; net receipts
148; gross 143; sales 100; stock 5.126;
exports eoastwlse. : to Great Britain ;
to France ; to continent -.
middling 12e; low
Father, and of theson
Ghost, dedicate this house and all con
nected therewith, and all the machinery
and implements attached thereto or
used therein, to the uses and purposes
of Christian work, in the manufacture
of such articles as may be selected and
all the employments and forms of busi
ness necessary therein."
After the dedicatory service closed
the long metre doxology was sung Dy
the audience and the benediction was
pronounced by Dr. Craven, and the con
gregation dispersed. It was a remark
able event, full of Interest, and it is
earnestly hoped that It may be the har
binger of success and prosperity to the
proprietors and all concerned In this
Improved Machinery, &c.
An Observer scribe yesterday no
ticed on the freight piatiorm ox tne
railroad depot: Seven new engines and
boilers, 5 cotton gins, 8 gin feeders ana
two wheat threshers and horse powers.
This gives some idea of how our people
axe indulging in. the luxury of labor
Coal at $4.50 Per Toa.
The management of the Western
North Carolina railroad company are
making -arrangements ?to deliver Ten
nessee coali in: Charlotte the coming
fall at tr cost 1 hot 5 exceeding $4.50 per
W and 'still those:: who opposed the
(Jinftte of THE OBSERVER ' on the rail-1 speculation and exports 2,000; receipt 17,100;
pon8? V xas :Z . - . - I AincrtMin 19 KHiY nnlands low middling elaose:
road Question last fall are not nappy. - ,. f. deUTerr'ri R2-64dfi6 63 64d; J one and July
; , v wm . i.r an ' ' I 6 52 64d6 58-64d; July and August 6 62-4dg
' Thousands ot ladles cherish graterm remem-,
hnmcea of the help derived from thsuteot Lydla
K Plnkham's Vegetabls Coaipound.
- The only sclentifie Iron Medicine n,
produce headache. Ac.. tt glveste toe system sJJ
tba benefits ot Iron without Ms Md eOseta, ts
Brown's Iron Bitters, .
NW Oblsabs Firm;
middling 128; gooa orainary iiw; n roccipis
26Som f,hv. sates-2;0o0: stock 64,858:
exports U Sriat Brttaia ; to France ;
eoastwlse I to continent - u-; to chan
nel - ..
Mobtui Steady; middling 12c; low mifldllns
lle: good ordinary lie; net receipts 29;
gbM IbT sales 509: stock 8.276: exports
wast 148; France : to Great Britain ;
to continent , , .
MamTBTB-Firm; middling 12c; low mid
dling llttet' good ordinary 10es net receipts
84: gros? 84t ahlpmeats 321; sales 200;
ATJ8TJ8TA Dull ; middling llc; low mid
dling lle: good ordinary I0e; reaetptt 10;
shipments ; sales 44
CHAKLffirroB-Qutet; jaUldling 12; tow mid
dling llc; good ordinary llc; net receipts
15? cross 15: sales 15: stock 6,894;
exports eoastwlse 583; to Great Britain ;
to continent ; to France ; to chan
Nsw Toot Finn; sales 192; middling up
lands 12c; middling ortoans 12e; eon
solidated net receipts 2.416; exports to Great
Britain 6.412; to Franse ; to continent
I to channel
Lirrarooi Hoon--flteady; middling uplands
6 13-I6d: middling orieaas 7d; sales l,ooy;
SO saw. '
S 75 00
A new supply ot goods, including
HOSIERY, LACES, EDGINGS, LINEN COLLARS,
HANDKERCHIEFS, Ac, C.
Also FRUIT JARS, quarts and gallons
C. M. ETHEREDGE,
Variety Store, under Traders' Nat Bank.
Tbs Bran Cottoo Gin Co., Riv UnJji, CL,
Israel T. Brovm, Prtt't. EdtB. T. Brotm, TreoM.
These machines run light, maks fine sample, and
clean the seed properly. Best English oast steel In the
Hn the teeth will not bend, break off, or turn back,
Iron pulleys throughout, brush strongly made, with
adjustable boxes, east steel Journals and two belts
one at each end ensuring eool bearings, fun speed,
and steady motion, (only Gin in market having this
Improvement.) Extra large shafts to saw and brush
cylinders. Strong iron frame best materials, supe
rior workmanship, line finish.
tyXore Brown Oins have been sold daring the past
three seasons than any other two makes combined. Mr.
Israel r. Brown (from 1843 toUSSof the arm of E. T.
Taylor A Co. of Columbus, Oa), the president of the
company, has had a longer practical experience in
making 61ns than any other manuring. Pressnt facili
ties far manufacturing and Bhipping unequaled by any
other establishment of ths kind In the world. Hence
our very low prices for such superior machines.
Price List of GIK8, Feeders and Coadensers.
; Ko- r"
AugUBt and September
0 55-64d88 56-64d; Bepcemoer
a ia MAAi. nssnbMratnd Moswinter
vember and eoember r December and
- Lrvrapooi. -5 P. K.-HBsjes.0x American eotton
8,050 balea Uplands low mlddjlna clause: June
durery ; June and July 6 54-64d; July
Our Large Business necessitates very early prepara
tions for the Coming Seasons, hence we are now making
extensive preparations for the Coming Fall.
As we still have quite a Stock of SUMMER GOODS
and must have the room, we will offer our entire well as
sorted Stock for the Next Sixty Days at such
BED UGED and L0 W P BICES
as will leave no doubt upon the mind of the purchaser
that lie has obtained
AN UNBIVALLED BARGAIN.
This is no sensational advertisement, but we mean busi
ness. Everybody is aware that our Stock embraces all.
the needs ofthe people of this country and we can furnish
a complete outfit for both sexes and all ages,
f ITTKOVSKY k MUCH,
Dry Goods Dealers and
JT TT3T 3cs2T IB 43 H?
WE HAVE EVE 11 ' QV FE B, ED.
t-t, v.rt ' '
tyNoSe the prices and improrements i don't be
decelTed or allow yourself to be talked Into buying
other gins. Our machines are fully guaranteed. If
not satisfied with our guarantee place your order with
any responsible merchant of your acquaintance and
get him to buy for you. Time, when desired wul be
girgn to any responsible person. Write for descriptiTe
circular with hundreds of testimonials from enterpris
BBOWN COTTON GIN CO.,
New IiOadem, Casus,
DOBBINS' STARCH POLISH.
An important dis
covery, by whicl
every family ma
give their linen
that beautiful fin
ish peculiar ?o fine
Uandry work, -
17 B.; DOBBINS, Phfladelphia, Pa.
TO EXAMIg i liISII
i i i iw . yin in i i diiniiii iiii imni .jri
1 i v! -i
DURING THIS "WEEK.
ron bale rv j;, spencer a cq
and FIELDS BROS Charlotte, N, C