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ILY OHjftaTlS OftSfiBWfii THlfeRIXA-Y, J tfirfc 29,!! Wi
CHAS. R. JOXES, Editor and Prop'tor.
iUTmio a tax FonOma At Chakujttb.
. C.. LB 8QQHD-CLAflB MATTABj -
THURSDAY, JUKE 29, 1882.
Ilowgate is said to be hid away some
where in St Louis.
There were two sunstrokes in Balti
more Sunday, one," fatal.
Mr. E. P. Hines, a well-known citizen
of Caswell county, died suddenly at his
home in Milton last Sunday.
Capt. W. W. Graves, of Winston, for
merly of Yanceyrille, committed sui
cide last Saturday by taking laudanum.
Yellow fever has visited the country
sixty-five times. The last visitation, in
1878. caused 100,000 cases, 20,000 deaths.
It is said that the merchants of New
York are losing $200,000 a day by the
labor strikes in the North.
Massey (Republican) anti-Mabone
Readjustee is being talked of for Con-gressman-at-large
Hon. James G. Blaine has left Wash
ington to take a hand in the Maine
A large tiact of land has been pur
chased in Arkansas for a colony of col
ored people from South Carolina who
will go out next fall.
It is thought that the yield of wheat
in Kansas this year will be 30,000,000
bushels. This is the best yield since
There is no telling what a man may
come to. Lieut. Danenhower escaped
death on the Arctic expedition and now
they have him on the lecture stand.
One of the Rothschild girls, aged 18,
was married recently in Paris. If she
manages with reasonable economy she
may get along pretty comfortably on
her dower of $120,000,000.
Collector Robertson, of the port of
New York, has notified employes in his
department that they need not pay po
litical assessments, and that they shall
not be removed in the event of refusal.
There are 105,000 Asiatics in the Uni
ted States and Territories, ninety per
cent, of whom can read and write.
There is a considerable number of pa
pers published in the Chinese language
Senator Mitchell, of Pennsylva
nia, has gone home quite broken
in health. He is a stalwart in
bodily frame, but stalwart politics
and the malarial air of Washington
have been too much for him.
Oscar Wilde, who is now lecturing in
the South, has cleared about $30,000 by
his lectures in this country. So much
for the free advertising he got from the
press. He holds forth in Atlanta next
A noted Englishman in the House
when the big pension bill for $100,000,
000 was passed, exclaimed, "Good God!
What are the resources of a people that
can take such care of its disabled sol
diers." And he might have added "and
its claim agents."
The woild is more deeply indebted to
the State of Virginia than many people
know of. That State maintains an
army of 14,236 men who are employed
in oyster fishing. In the course of the
year they gather 8,237,537 bushels of
oysters, valued at over two millions of
dollars in money.
There is a check to the tide of immi
gration. The New York Herald says :
'The total number of arrivals at Cas
tle Garden during the week just ended
was 10,504. : During the corresponding
week of last year the arrivals were 12,
430. The number of immigrants ar
rived during the month thus far is 43,
578, and last year it was 50,774 for the
Oscar Wilde ran across a lynching at
Bonfauca, La. A negro assailant of a
white woman had been taken out of
jail by a mob, and Oscar saw the hang
ing from a car window. The negro
was a preacher and his wild, eloquent
appeals for mercy moved the aesthetic
traveller greatly, but did not affect the
lynchers, who quickly suspended him
from a railroad bridge.
They say that Mr. Arthur "wept
copiously" when Guiteau's counsel,
Reid, implored him -for a reprieve.
This is about the third time that Ar
thur has wept since he landed in the
executive chair. As a weeper he seems
to be a success. He goes on with his
stalwart programme all the same
The voting population of North Car
olina, according to the late census, is
294,750, of whom 105,018 are colored.
The vote cast in the gubernatorial elec
tion in 1880 was 237,417, which shows
that North Carolina has a very large
sprinkling of sovereigns who don't take
much stock in the ballot, since they
won't go to the polls to vote.
How will the Wilmington Review
account for the net Democratic loss of
6,061, the figures which it quotes, in the
election of 1880, as compared with 1876.
As to the f tlUng off in Mecklenburg
county, which it attributes to The Ob
server, very unjustly, that could be
satisfactorily accounted for, but we do
not care to enter into details on that
subject just now. We will remark
however, that we know what we are
A WARLIKE OUTLOOK.
The news from Europe indicates that
England means business in Egypt, and
that she proposes to enforce obedience
to the decisions of the conference of
Dowers now being held, in conjunction
with France, if France will co-operate,
alone if she will not Her force now In
"FffVDtian waters consists of a number
f iron clad . and - gun-boats, carrying
QK7S men and 223 guns. In addition to
these, other: Yessels , with troops have
been dispatched to the scene of action.
Preparations are such and on such a
scale that England evidently means to
try the effect:; I . force jr persuasion
noma iau. ... ,.
- Fire fa Tettwi 'Si ...
oat vton 'Jnne 28 A News' Whit
S539;a :a fire Monday night
destroyed one brick, thrcfre fwres
and a warehouse: ; lass $000; Jnsur
ance 34,000. - "" 'M
- " t-jvrj ,r." ','.' iCi -
The New EDgland Manufacturers'
and Mechanics' Institute will hold its
annual exposition in Boston on the 6th
of September next. The Richmond and
Danville railroad has been tendered an
invitation, which it has accepted, to
make an exhibit from the various sec
tions of country through which its
lines run, and a cordial invitation is ex
tended to all who are interested in the
material resources or development of
the South to avail themselves of this
splendid opportunity to bring their sec
tion prominently before the notice of
capitalists of Boston and others who
may visit that exposition.
The Atlanta exposition did much to
draw attention to the varied resources
of the South, and taught even South
erners many things that they did not
know about their own section, and this
Boston exposition following it up will
do much more because it will place the
products of the South right under the
eyes of the most energetic and en
terprising people in this country where
they will have plenty of opportuni
ty to study and investigate what they
We would suggest that our manufac
turers of different kinds of machinery,
and other articles, owners of mineral
property, timber lands, raisers of agri
cultural products, take steps to make
creditable exhibits, which can be done
with little trouble or expense to them.
Capt. C. CT McPhail, chief of the bu
reau of mines ana manufactures, nas
charge of the details of the exhibit to
be made by the Richmond and Danville
railway, and will give all information
in reference to it to those who may de
sire to make exhibits, and he requests
all such to correspond with him. This
is a splendid opportunity which should
not be overlooked by our people.
NO NEED OF ISSUES.
The Democratic party has no need of
issues in the coming campaign, for the
Republican majority in Congress has
supplied them in abundance. In the
discussion of the tariff, the reduction
of internal revenue taxation, in the
shameful squandering of the people's
money, the Republicans have been to
tality indifferent to the demands of the
people, and deaf to the public cry for
relief. Their legislation has been solely
in the interest of favored parties, and
all pretense at relief for the masses is
the merest sham. We clip the follow
ing, which is to the point, from the
The reduction of taxation is an issue.
and a good enough issue, as long as the
government annually takes from tax
payers one Hundred million dollars
more per year than is necessary for
current expenses. Mr. Kelley estimates
tne surplus ior tnis year at $137,000,000,
and, after assenting to the legislation
which prevents relief by tariff reduc
tion, brings in a two-penny measure in
tended to reduce the internal revenue
taxes $17,000,000 to 820,000,000 ! This is
filaying hide-and-seek with the public
nterests. Workingmen, unable to pay
the advanced prices for what they eat
and wear, feel compelled to strike for
higher wages. EmDlovers. with cir
cumscribed markets and dull trade, are
uname to meet the demands of em
ployes and conduct business at a profit.
Meantime that large-handed robber, the
Federal taxgatherer. takes a million
dollars a day from the common fund,
and at the end of the year has a hun
dred million more dollars locked up in
tne Treasury vaults than are required
for any purpose. The refusal of the
ReDUblican nartv tn rfrinrA tararinn
and relieve the strain that has been put
upon active industry in this crisis of
affairs has not its scandalous parallel
to-day in my country on the globe. To
our mind there is no need to seek far
ther for an issue. The pressure of con
traction has made itself felt in every
corner of the country. The working
man can see the issue in his scantier
breakfast table; the business man teels
it in the slowly shrinking vdrume of
his trade, and even the fat-pursed gen
try who neither toil nor spin find their
revenues diminished and their pleas
ures circumscribed. It is hard for even
frivolous men and women to be over
gay when a whole people are perplexed
WAITING FOR HIS FATE.
It seems that Guiteau has abandoned
all hope of pardon or reprieve, and is
waiting his fate, his only visitor being
Rev. Dr. Hicks, his spiritual adviser.
Orders have been issued prohibiting
any one from seeing him except his
spiritual adviser or physician, which
order ia strictly enforced. A number
of cranks or geniuses have put in an ap
pearance at Washington with what
they call improved kinds of gibbets,
which they are anxious to have tried
and adopted on this occasion, but the
authorities have decided that the fal
lows already erected will answer the
purpose. There are also it seems num
erous applications from men who are
anxious to officiate as hangmen, but
these tenders have been declined. There
is a good deal ot speculation as to how
the condemned man will act when the
final moment arrives and death stares
him in the face. Some think lie will
maintain his bravado to the end, while
others think he will slink in fear and
meet his doom like a craven, while
there are others who say . there is bo
telling what he will do, antf they are
Opinions now on his case will avail
nothing, but there are thousands who
believe the man crazy, and that to an
asylum and not to the gallows he should
be sent. 1
Does Not Object to Political Assess
Washington, June 25. A member
of the postal service at Indianapolis,
ma., naving inquired oi jj iret Assist
ant Postmaster-General Hatton wheth
er any official objection would be made
to his contributing to the Republican
campaign committee, the following an
swer was made:
Sir: In answer to vours of the 14th
instant in regard to contributing funds
for campaign purposes, yon are inform
ed that it is entirely optional with the
partv addressed. You say it is the
opinion of several employes that official
ODiection will be raised to sucn voiun
tary contributions. I cannot of course
answer for any other officer of thagovr
ernment. I do not consider it any part
of mv official dutv to dictate to the em
ployes under me in rearard to the dis
position thev maka of their own Pri
ate funds. I shall, as an employe of
the government, decide,, for , myseii
whether or not I will make a voluntary
contribution to aid In meeting the ne
cessary and 'legitimate expenses of the
campaign, and I am quite willing to
concede the same right to all other men.
Very respectfully, ---- :-
r First Assistant Postmaster-General.
JKaiOf Lanier Jeai.,feii: v-l
Lanier, formerly president of the-Ala;
ably known in railroad circles thropgfr
out the ;country; died tbuv morals at
CONGRESSIONAL $ PROCEEDINGS.
In the Senate the cbm'mittee on naval
affairs reported a bill in fypzM build
ing a coaling dock and naval store
nouse on St Helena Island on Beaufort
itiver, a. u. Bills were also reported for
the construction of railroad bridges
oyer rivers m Georgia and Florida A,
diii aiso to nx tne pay or the tariff com
missioners at $5,000 per annum.
The Senate then resumed the consid
eration of the legislative, executive and
judicial appropriation bill and devoted
the remainder of the day's session to it
The House bill to extend charters of .
national nanus was received and Beck
moved to refer it to the judiciary com
mittee that certain provisions might be
added to it. which was voted down by
37 to 16. The Senate refused to concur
in the action of the House and a com
mittee of conferees - was appointed- to:i
adjust uio uuierences.
The House revenue bill was. also re
ceived and referred to the finance cohv
mttee by Plumb, of-Kansas offer
ing an amendment repealing 1 the
duty on sugar under the law of 1875,
and by Beck, of Kentucy, red uc nig-the
duty on Bessemer steel rails from $28
to $14 per ton, alter wnicb the Senate
having disposed of 18 pages of the ap
propriation.bill adjourned. , , - I : . . (
Tne House spent the day in the dis
cussion of the naval appropriation billj
the effort of Robeson to secure an ap
propriation for the completion of a
number of monitors leading to a lively :
debate in which that gentleman's ad-
ministration of the navy department
while secretary of the navy was sharply
reviewed, especially by Whitehorne; of
Tennessee, who was quite sarcastic on
the ex-secretary. The bill went over
without action. . ; i
The monotony of proceedings was re
lieved by the introduction of a .resolu
tion requesting the President to trans-;
mit information 'in reference to the
status of the case of American suspects
in Irish prisons, which called Robinson:
of New York to his feet, who; indulged
in some characteristic remarks upon
the disgrace to which America had
been subjected by the administration
e f Minister Lowell, whose impeachment
he suggested, charging that the admin
istration had been cringing to England
throughout this entire business, ever
Since Congress met, and passed the first
resolution oi inquiry. - ;
A resolution was hnally offered by
Wilson, of West Virginia, reauestiniz
the President forthwith to demand of
England the cause of the arrest of Irish
American citizens, and if In accordance
with law to show it, aUd If. a satisfac-v
tory answer be not made then to take
such steps in the premises as tb him
may . seem best to secure their prompt
The Great Pension Wastage. .
Little can be said in defense of the
pension appropriation bill finally pass
ed oy the House last week, calling as it
does for nearly a hundred million Of
dollars, principally on account of the
arrears oi pensions act.
This act, it was stated by its friends
when it first became a law, would re
quire no more than about fortv mil
lions. This was the amount of the era-
tnity to be bestowed on persons obtain
ing pensions for the time that had
elapsed from the date at which they be
came entitled to a pension down' to
their actual enrollment on the books of
the pension bureau. According, how
ever, to an estimate of the chairman of
the House committee on invalid pen
sions, based on ordinary mortality ta
mes, tnere must still be paid out on ac
count of pensions the enormous sum of
$1,300,000,000! The arrears act becomes
in view of this total a blunder, if not a
crime of the very first magnitude.
Scarcely less remarkable Is the timidi
ty of legislators who. in delicate consid
eration of "the soldier vote," decline to
repeal their statutory error.
- - !!
How to Serve Iced Tea
New York Evening Post
Iced tea will soon be offered at sup
per and at lunch. If you wish to hare
it perfect and without the least traceref
bitter, put the tea in cold, water hours
before it is to be used; the delicate fla,
vor of the tea and abundant strength
will be extracted and there will not be
trace if one's taste is the judgeof
the tannic acid which renders tea so
often disagreeable and undrinkable.
You need not use more than the usual
quantity of tea. If it is to be served at
a l o'ciocK meal, put it in water soon
after breakfast, and ice a few minutes
before serving. The best way is to have
ice broken in a pitcher, and put one
lump in each glass.
Hard on Republican Assessment. "'
The Philadelphia Press (Rep.) says:
The Republican congressional commit
tee, which has foolishly been setting at
defiance the principles of the party and
the better public sentiment of the land,'
has already done the Republican cause
more harm than ten times its assess
ments can do good. A country with
ten million voters is not to be bought
in and set up campaign funds, and the
Republicans, least of all, can afford to
estrange independent voters by a delib
erate, flagrant disregard .of its . on
A Condemned Bark; 2
London, June 28.rrThe,bark -J.E.
Bouck Pensacola for Liverpool which
put into St. Michael in April leaking,
has been condemned and ordered to be
soia. . - -. i . Y-iAoa h.)jo j
UABKETS BY TELEGRAPH
JPNB 28. 1882. - - ia
PBODUCB. . J . ' .
Wilmington Spirits Turpentine flrau at 43o
Rosin firm, 81.55 for strained; S1.62ft tot good
strained. Tar dull, at $2.1 a Ciude Turpentine
steady, at 81. AO for hard; 82.75 for yellow dip;
82.75 for virgin. r
Baltimore hook Flour quiet and easy;
Howard street and Western super $8 258S4.00;
extra 84.258I5.25; family 8585.75pClry
Mills, super 88.2oaS4.00; extra. 84.25S4.55;
Rio brands 87 25 87.87. , Wheat Southern
steady; Western spot higher and options easy;
Southern red old 81 .83 81. 88; ne81.80; am
ber 81.88S6l.40; No. I Maryland : No. 2
Western winter red spot. 8I.48S8I.49. Corn
Southern quiet and steady; Western easy; South
ern white 4; Southern yellow 88,
Baltimore might- - Oats, easier and firm ;
Southern 61 83; Western white 62S68; mixed
600)61 ; Pennsylvania 6 1 63. Provisions- higher;
mess pork.82l.50a822.75. Bulk meats-shoulders
and clear rib sides, packed lOtk&lHVi.
Bcon ".""iJ8 elear rib- sides 15;
hams 1516. Lard refined 12. Coffee-
strong; Bio cargoes-ordinary tofalr8914. 8uw
ir8eW.;flrm0ft 9' " -
uAi.vwTOH-jiirm; middling l21Acs low mid-
111; gross 111;
nuuu uraimry nue;
sales 100: stoek 5,711? ex-
; to Great Britain 1; to
to France - j to channel
continent - ;
Nortolk Firm i middling 12Vee;
" ,; B!" 4,453; expo
wise 580; sales 40; exports to On
: to continent .
?AMOBllrm; middling 12c. low mid
dling ii; good ordinary 10c: net receipts --;
gross 2T; sales 1,500; stock 15,245; ejroons
SffflS rwTa ner 7801 exnorti'to 6reVt
Britain 600; to oonUnent :
iSJS1? 12 l0 inlddUna
i2fi. fS?? or?lnar Hftes net reeelptt 5?;
gross 481). sales 4 stock 8 850: exnorta ta
&reat Britain 66?; to ftanoe-. po w
88; gross 83 sales. ; stock 920:
; to Great Britain
; . to
WW,5 woinary imei re.inu net.
ports Great Britain ,800 to continent 206.', Z.
tAlr '' Or A .
. Nw ToajtNomlnaij aaiee 486; middling an
lands 12 7-16C5 middling Orleans UU-16o7eoo.
solldated net reoel
Bril&ln 4,008: to
808; to channel
iirw ouo, expraxa,. 10 ureal
UTKWlr:-Noon--fiteady; ouU Wiar I
J'-lT.W VIA .'
618-16dt middling Orleans 7d; ,eales l20Ot
specuianon and exports 24)00;, reeelpu M,650
American 6.850. Uplands low middling clause!.
June delivery ; June and Julr 6 52 64dt-
July, and August 6 52 64d f August and September
6 55 64dt September and October 6 47 4dr Oc
tober " and r November 6 85-64dj November and i
peeeuber 6 88-64da4fc, JDecembep nd
January rrn;., Fmuresnle liyer i-9
' i JUt.uJOS, t toy, 3) 34
t'Kxw Tob Net receipts 18; : groea istoV'
l '1 -C .11 .A. I' " r-
Futures dosed steady; sates 100.000 batee. :
-5- r.. 12.-SO.00
November 11.59 60
December.... . 1 1 aha o
. ---- - -- iavvs
January.....;..,.: 11.71 ?.72
A4.-.i -i . : j. ; i.i . si LMANfi
''ftTftmmnriti wcnlr .......
jroor aaq fedf per sent. .:a,u
cjkivd uuum auii dui njgner j. t s
SuMreMuu balance-OoltL. $82 220.799
. r, . .. -ainncT.. 5.010.428
Sroaa lion and irregular: . ,
Alanams Cl&aa 1. itnR
. Alii isana-rCiass a, small.. . . . : . . ., . .'
r 1-8 1 ,
Aifflmia qans-R, & :. .
Chicago and Northwesters
OjJeago and Northwester d, preferred.
Bast Tennessee. :! iiU;'V;".v.viJ ;. T; :
rSinols Central. ,.
Lake Shore'. "
Loa.'e an Nasbyillei. -IfemDnUand
Nasbftlle and ChattanooKs . .
Btc&mond and AUeshenr.'
Richmond and Danville...
South Carolina Brown Cansola yxU ' 1 03lw
waoashiSt Lcm.iL. Paclte preTerr'd ,. 5(UA
wmncru uman. .-
OETI; COTTON MJLBJOET.'
June 29, :
elosed steady at .tn iol-
lowing qnotattotMi' i
Strictly nUddlinc... . -
Btncc iew middang, . . .
! P. C 8Jwffrd aodwUe, andthera,
si j ; ' .w. .) .
i s;. "t.'t .T'!"j-v! '
BT VTrtoe ef an order f tha Superior Court,
I held for the eonnt.of . Catawba, bprtng Term,
18S2, notice hi hereby given that the undersigned,
Beerees, mswthffeot3uiQSe,tB Newton,
! TTJX8M-S, TBK 1st &Mt OrAC6US(r: '
I ' )
nrtt, to receive evidence
and jwofs of all debt
against the partnership described m the plead-
Ings In said causes,' to-wltf - Tate, 'Powell x Co.,
ClayweU. Powell A tkx.; Catawba. Ifacufaetartne
Company, Powell A Shotord and A. M PoweJ
111 creditors of either ot said firms, will present
thetr claims to the undersigned at said; time and
placet with proper proofs thereof. J - s ' 1
Afso at said jime and place we will proceed to
tak, and state the account oj the liabilities and
asset ereaid partnerships above named.
O F. B4SON.
B. J. 8HIPP,
, . . Referees.
BAR ATI 0 BILLIARD ROOM,
;. " vra m cHABixrrn
K hist been opened nxt does below tke Central
Bote) Build rig. on Try on street where the porest
WINJU and UQUOHS ean always be found.
may 19 tf
THX aodeislsned offer tor sale or lease the
bondhgs and grounds In the suburbs of Char
loMe. N. C where the IC 0. Military Institute
formerly was carried on, and where for the last
nine yean, the . Carplln JtUltary Institote nas
been conducted. rTrv
The bulldlngf and croundj are In good repair.
No where la the South are these any superior lor
the purposes of a BOARDING 8CHO0X of high,
grade. For terras, '. i eddrera '
. ' . ALKXAND2&, CARSON ft 8ANDXS3.
on21 taw2w ,
u I F. Cti MUNZLER
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Tie tariB&r S Eiicl; Brewery CciHpys
Ci Ii braled iager Beer,
( , ; - la Xegx nd QotOea.
BOTTI.RD; KE8R : Al A LTY.!
' V - M. . 1 - - .::
' ' CTT Have Just received a small tot of BOTTlO
ALXknd PORTKtt, which I offer to the tnotte at
Yeaionable price. Jddrew-' -
Look Box 255,harioUe, N. C.
1 . 1 1 1 I T 1 1 f
Notice of DissolatidDw
I TJHInrmof J.
BOXSaUTB CO. nka thw dav
ij - Men dissolved by. mutual, coosem. caps. J.
4f i' iwwwr codhiiuw we ousaaawaM toe pta stena
4na, is authorized to tecue ail etalnte for and
against the eld firm. J. ROES8LKR,
Jah27 8t . . .. if. ,.u itSCBaV, .
ff 00 Wk:.1 Hlstorr of an Politi
cal Parties, by MxsAvm Coofzb
It gives everything pertaining to
ponnoa, ana ' unices history, in
strcerio.. and reedy reference. Sold
only by subeeriptloo; but subserle-
.ftfvna " A 4 111 , . I - J
, dt roan or t-. o. d, . at ruDuaning
HON.TH08. o'iexienM.' Agents now wanted.
: Must apply early, lor. territory Isher
V; COOP R. tag Mpldly assigned. Prospectus
n-w ready 'ddress ; ,
;... ! FrRK3DR POUI.l suing COMPANY.
. Junta tf 20 N rth Seventh Etreet, Phlla. i
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W I T H f A T f E R 'H 8
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SI'). 1 .l.U '. ,1:
ness to travel UvNorth land
tMvhlfnar nun With
experience In the bosl
Booth- carol laa for an
old established house, in, the fertilizer trade Ad-,
.are; s wuhieMicnM to " A " "
I vnftiA -BTn4ZRft tj
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Omos of Tsm
; THE MOST ' EliiGANT
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WE INVITE A TTE
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Which is bow full and complete. Ws keep the beet Goods made, will sell them t the lowest noihi
Our etock Imbraees a tall fine of Goods of all grades, and of various styles and prfbetix well id
We mvltaaU to give as a eall as4 satisfy rhesaeareee of the troth of ow aasertioas.
(f A 1 a UONTH end beard In your eounty. Ken
H f or ladles. Pleasant business Address
' 1 Bek 8 1 , PhUadelphla, Pa
ix ? 1 J- ; 1 -.:;tl . ii :. I
No RXM1DT more Widely or Favorably. Known.
It, Is rapid In reUevlneautaklneormiz. Tat Lama
BBhenmatani, 'Kfdnv'JufeoMit aehea
hu yiuus geuenuiy, ii is uie unnvauea remedy.
iu I H u L n
' GTNGXR, BtrcfSU, UANirSa 'and many of
the best medicines Itnown are bere-eombiaed into
a medlclne.of sueovarled poweraTaste mske it
betit Deal lb and Strenartkt Bwwewrwr
'-' -! -Wl fVw4 i '!
Cures Complaints' of Women and diseases of the
Stomach. Bowela, Lungs,-Lrver and Kidneys, and
fs entirely different from Blttera. Glngw Essences
and other Tonics, as. If never Intoxicates, BGc and
81, sizes. - Large saving buying 81 size,
i 1 r t HISCOXACO .New.lork.
Ala BUtionsry sal Fartable
8 K. 8CHBOZDEB 8 '
gAX.Trwo ry im,
: $A( I? HP3 06 made W toeallty.
hta. $5 out-
fit free : 6. W. INGBAHAM ft CO..
tfw w . pvuieiuiuK cuureiy new ror
lunl3-dAw4w :- ..:,.-. , ' :
gni0B atut gXtrXtcitxts.
FRESH MINERAL WATER
Bth Foreign and Daeslie,
. gAJUTOOA yiCHl. .
Pf! Vrtagk, N. T. A new water re
semWtag the Imported Ylehy.; Beeonunended
as an antacid; cores dyspepsia, aids dlgee
, tlon. Is a powerful tonic and strong
. dlnretie. Also,
Hatbora Natural Mineral Water
Beeonnnrmded very highly as a eathartic and al-
tagsttsw and In an forma of dyspepsia.
J CA3X8 COlfGBKSS WATXB,
I Q CASXS BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
CASKS BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Hnnyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY I
THE BKST NATUBAL APXBIXNT.
DasM-A wine glass ton before breakfast
' TJu Lmed4rktmfidl3aii(. Baron Llebig af
firins that Its richness In aperient salts Burpasses
that of all other known waters."
The British Medical Journal' 'Hunyadl Janoa.
The most agreeable, safest, and most fflVpadona
h. Prof.-Ytrchomi Berlln.-HInvarlAMy good 'and
prompt euocees; most valuable." ; -:
Prqf. Bamberger, Vienna. "I hare presertbed
these wrtters with relarkablesuccee8.,, .'
Prof. Beammmi, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
but this." l i
r Frof. lancUr Brumtcm. M. Zk, r.i. London.
-More pleasant than its rivals, 1 and surpasses
them In efficacy."
ptSf etiey . ""Preerred""Co "Puaa'VrieJ
rlchahaU." -mir . 1
i. . ImporUns; and Dlsrenstng Pharmarlst
fiDrthTr)onSt, ' ,' CHiBLOTTX, N. C.
DOITT CK TO BAEATOGA
When you can get water just as besh and spark
ling as when it flows front the spring at Saratoga.
.We receive this water In large bloek tie reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again even week. -.-...a J. H. HoADIN,
', ' ; Druggist and Chemist
PresertpOesirefAlIy' pMrrexl bjr' eveilmeed
WK OFFBB FOBSALK QNAVOBABLK TKBM
)FpBntBB,y' USED BTTHEBOOK
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settle for their taxes. I-bava boea- induieent
and forbearing- as any one. eonld exrect me to be
md T BivA fair nnttm nam that til riminaaenttaxes
remalnlnc unpaid at tke end of tb next 80 darsj
Vtll be eolleoted j
1 ai ivci
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s TO OUR SiOOli OF-
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
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SUCH ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES
ff ft ter0S
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ALL KINDS OF
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tatesville, N". C,
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Says you Can. Buy a
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n n n nvri n pjrT?no
Awarded all tM 'Honors at tHz
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Lffin JQaran.te8 satisfaction to tn
&ptwi to WEnt of both the city aadec
AT COSTBTJt ffb GOODS AT
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