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GHARLOTTE, 3m IIJD4, JtJNE 30, 1882,
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VOL. XXVII. -': "
UjtJiBjL !Jut in :
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g v.-,,,y ttelacu' Mineral Springs,
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(J2 Tt :-
L y -INCLUDING -
kulber lot of Hoop Bklrttftom 40c to ll.
and Llan Ulstii'lArtl M.-from SI 2$
Lara stosk of Liica
dajns an4 prqtopl
tock of Metf and
AofV kraw Hate wll be
rs la oalie
assortmADt ot vCaneTlIattUiK that we are
at raddbad prteaa ttoae out,!
6r- 'a O
thiseason,"Taribtfe diseases 6f the
wels are prevalent, and manv lives are
bat through lade of knowledge of a safe
5We: remedy; 1'erkt uavis' 1'ai
tii,ER is a sure cure for Diarrhoea, Dys
entery, Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Summer
pjajretfcj and is perfectly safe.
Bead the following :
. , ,' PlMT Datb' Aorlat nmraib o 6kI
. I Jl ' Joara Bubditt.
Nicholttlli, N. YTeb. 1 1881.
The Mry bst medicine I know of for dvBectery,
tbolermortmB,wid cramps in the stomach. Hmy
toed it for yean, and it Is nr er ereiy time.
1 Jvunn "W. Da
JSoTwatmx. Iowa. Much U. 1881.
1 have nse your PAnrKlBDUl eererercaeee of
l"or twaB&yeanl bavtfuaedyonr PAiy KTT.itB
my iamny. nave nsea u many nines ior dotbi
m plaints, and it almiy ntru. Would not feel safe
r SaooV Mt. Jan. 22, 188L
- tun unanBSTUinrrini j
HCTTiaed PSBBT D ATTB' Pi
r gTT.T.m for twelve
years. It is y, ntre, uk! rmiiabU. Ko jnntWrT.
K9 M VUVIUM ;
ftwtfAA) !f..,!FBb. 19, 1881.
over uururyeaxB aifu, auu u
kte relief. Would hardly dare
COtrWATBOBO, 8. C, r eo. Si, tWL
' Nearty erery family ia thia section keeps a bottlo
CsrmB, Brat ish PxtJssubSetx 8, 1861.
I hare known Pkrxy Ditu' Path Ktt.mb almost
front the day it was introdnoacLaad after years of
ODservaaon ana use a regara ua preeeuoo m tar
I had been seraral dayaboi
aaoinnqwilntetfe taita, wihen I
PimTTit'i ja artii found aunostustant
H- J. Nookk.
81 MOWTAOTTB HT AiONDOH.
Dnrlmr a residence ot twenty -three years in India.
hays given it in many cases of diarrhoea, dywm-
and enolfira. and never knew
n 10 iau iv Kin
No family can safely be without . this
irajnable reawdy4fcrice QS9 li
For sale by all druggists at 25c, 50c
and $1.00 per bottle. -
YEROX DA Vl & SON, Proprietors,
; 1 .Providence, is. X.
1 , 7 1
liOR more triBdfi lturi baa rown
range of Qhrmttwf'!? .
can testify to fta dnauTpaaBed effleacy in um ffe.iei
and eure of txiose aliments peculiar to their sex.
In Its railed and most distressing fprma la eared.
NIC, BRONCHITIS, 8CB0F0LA,
NIC DIARBHOsU. AND DT3KNTKBT,
yield most rapidly, and permaoent cures result
- Bottled In Its natural state, direct from the
Springs, which are beautifnUr located In Bock
bridge eoonty, Va.. and are open for the reception
ft vial tors trom June 1st to October 1st, each
ear; eapadtr. 1,000 guesta.
1 For sale, wholesale ana reuui. or m j. .
BIN M A V. , '
marl2 Is .
HEELER & WILSON'S
NEW NO. 8.
HnncflXOTlngs are two.
Hacks will be at the Springs'
uon on amva a i '
COLD AND WABM BATHS.
m iwar. Hervous voduij, -,
iTbhi ellow-sufierers .address f, U.:RV
-. I veer dap.5 Our Kmrfit I
1 , 1 a
1 to ko to ted
1 aiiMUUIUW MacaMscv
mi ri if r a.
d A m
mwm mi ll sw
Wm7S w s
The Gypsie's Warning.
Trust him not, O gentle lady,
Though bis voice M low and sweet;
Heed not htm who kneels before thee
Softly pleading at thj feet.
Mow thy life is In its morning.
Cloud not this, thy happy lot!
Iiistan to the wypsie's warning,
- Ladyf onoe there, lived a maiden
Young and pure, and like thee fair.
Yet he wooed, he wooed and won her,
Thrilled her gentle heart with care;
T oen heeded not her weeping -Then
be cared not her life to save;
Boon she perished, jnow she's sleeping
in the cold antr silent grave!
Ladyorfliot Vront soe so eoldly.
For I've only told the troth;
From tfn and with ring soxtow,
Lsyiyi lwouidrtnetd. thy youth; ; .
ImoAd shieidftaMfrom all danger
Shield the from the tempter's snare.
Lady, shun the dark-eyed stranger,
I have warned thee now beware!
Take teuTBold,! da Mtmac tt,
Lady.l have prayed fot thtsj
For the hoar that I might fair-hrm 1
And rob him of expected bttsst
Aral IecKthOD art filled with wondear
Atmylootafleroand wildl .I J
LJUiftMi too oaurcariaru jonuer ,.
j tw&l tne aiq-ssOBiy eaiic A
THE OASILMAlLLOY AFFAIR.
Statement' by! Col. Cash of the Origin J
of the Difficulty and the Res alt.
CrTeenviae(Rl)Rw8.' . i.
Cash's Depot, S. C, June 24, 1882.
To the Editor of the Dctiln News :
. As jou ftaye done me much injaatlci
in your issue 01 toe 22d and on-no be
ter authoarity than information ebtal
ea from the iNews ana Uourier, 1 as
the use or your columns
to make th
BlfawihirMkifil:- On Saturd&vlas
Capt TriliaSioT .mada-'ome remark! 1
Auvy, PEwuf9i)nHi 4
that of IrVlrttteiTItyM
intfendefcl to hsviterjaaieranialrilfflcnlt
i-uiiDR-ESme Kinr-i- aisaiaieiy lei
f tny seat ad:-wailced to apthexvpart o:
I A ml a. - w T ! Jl a . m
t&i town, Tsner- wunnnstf iaa tmattei
OTer'-U$inl (li8wsiQnateIyyl ton
Maiioyri-triaV 'irOvtiarniara iji sn
lonotbia tot bw-Kwained by dodeinein
suits, i -werrtrtjacic to hsk nun voa pe
had.aid: While crossing the streetf l
asked Mr Wells, a most, nervous maa
and ho friend of mine to go to hear
rYb.aLwas.JLo. pass betwaexi Caipt ilaildy;
end myself, lie declined to go and 1
went alone to where Captain Malloy wast
sitting in company with several other
person", and I said to him, "Captain,!
did I understand you to say, Jklaion
Blair is no better than wmttemorev"
He pepMed, es, i saia so,- ana v re
torted "Xoa are a aamnea xxnr; upon
which he struck or struck: at me 15 ox
20 times. While retreating and guard
ing his blows, I tripped and fell, and
while on the ground wun , me oaptaw -upon
me I drew my pistol to shoot him,
but my arm was seized and held by the
third person until the captain was out of
range andaut ef sight. The above is a
and truthful state-en t of the difficulty
between Capt Malloy and myself, but it
is only fair that I should further state
that Captain Malloy is in the prime of
life, some 15 or 20 years mr junior, and
a larger and more powerful man than I
have ever been, and that I am in the
aear and yellow leaf a martyr to dis
ease for tne last twenty years, and
wholly incapacitated for pugilistic en
counter. The fight was an exceedingly
poor one and so far as I know, neither
the captain or i received a blow, bruise
or scratch, and I was entirely, satisfied
to allow the matter to rest in "statu
quo" but my son was indignant at what
had occurred, and the following corres
pondence passed between Captain Mal
loy and himself, which requires no re
mark of comment from me :
Cash's Depot,' June' 17. 1882.
Covt.T; Vi MMoyWheraw, 8. C. :
1 have just heard of your difficulty
with my father. Col. E. B. C. Cash, and
while I admit his ability (notwithstand
ing hiaagej to take care of himself, I
can not allow you to insult and assault
him, when I am sure you are influenced
in your conduct to-him, by your hatred
for me. If you will read your heart it
will tetf: yon that'you qav ldptf ienljef
why you have not openly expressed
your feelings isra question I for you to
answer, and doe3in no manner concern
me. I now beg that you will name a
day and .hour and 1 some convenient
point where we can adjust our difficul
;u-JCiPSsUlt Itlltf UVMi tioT XaniMB
on the 18tb. tljroqghtbe, hWnbttDft
me-itM3Uned vq nrecwre on account
of thesatietityof taWn4'Wrii
ty of th5peftce officers' fenders ft neces?
sary- tbWliw. ii8hemil to
convey tbnote to yoo;j '-WtMJE;Beiar
trmjwkiwty nswea fttfiim Will
' ' VMX C June 2 it 1882.
Capt W;B. 0ash: '" " T
Your twocoinmunications, dated the
17th and 20th Jlnstauts, under one cover,
duly ttf hahd through the mail. I had
no intention of insulUng Col. Cash by
ttw rematvl iinade abo.ttt Cot. Blair.
ifctitfZtottfi M , follows. "I would, aa
soon thintiof voting for Whittemore
as CoP -BtairThis was a political
opinion ontirely, and not intended as a
personal . insult to.CoL Cash,, and my
f eeiifigs" to Wards you, which were
friemllyj hnT Tt.hinjtAV-o-vith- the
matter, TiexefQrenI, dOj noteiaftny
jusl cajuse f4r i ft q:aartej! betweetij us,
andf frthrrapb I bad no Idea ub to the
tiniB Vol: Casfr appr&ached me, that he
was in the slightest degree offended. I
must therefore, for tMsand other rea
sons, respectfully decUnej your invita
tion talnest you on tbefleldof honajf."
JA JH15P, JS1AX.1A X ,
Cash'S;DPOTS. C4 June 22, '82.
Yairsjof the glsiin reply to mine of
the 17th and 20th has been received and
is entirely salisfatery.-' - '
s V Respectfully;
K .,. jcW.B-CASH.
til i " J . i '
As yoa manifest some interest in my
political' yheteaoqutei; desire to say
that ! stfll Ihhabit the Democratic pla
fraf rlsrarand timtT T T " ' ' X M
"I feeraerobi Vhb J treadr'aione1, some banquet
i hall deserted." -.: i
"With Honor fled amid pledges dead, and ail
but me departedu v I'li r.
S I have invfted ' Hagoo and "Bill"
autiaioh i Buistw ;of Cbarleatott. (caa
yoanie4ottt b4ttert4eTJ-vl3H the;
lold; Jiuift)er and npeiise tlwyePlr.
intfof the mottoes and professions mm
I am monarch ofjlllsuryeyr.1-
jo. L. UASII.
rwo Girls on Trial for Rouble Mnr
Pwirpanrma . v a j ana, 9ajsnrrv
county court nai been engaged the past
two days in the trial of Virginia Sooth
andJ4aryf BoptbCDlora4taed l4and
15 years respectlvelytfor the murder of
wera killed try drinkinzwjfffteifiwhicb
Itrycbnine had. been put and which bad
le9,mihistered py. the accused.,The
uiai it ia expeuMsu wiuwb iuug oue as
twenty more witnessea are to be exam
ined. Considerable. Interest is mani
fested as to the result of the trial, :
used ra 1876CDUT wmcniromipng amse.
At the quarter "ss3lons sitting at
Oughterard, countTOalway, Ireland
250 ejectment decrees have, been obs
tained against small tenants living in
Connemara. If the decrees are carried
out 2,000 persons will be made home
less. . j I
The British squadron, commanded by.
the Duke of Edinburgh, consisting pf
eight men-of-war and the torpedo depot
ship Hecla, arriyedM. Gibraltar Tues
day. The Hecla proceeded eastward,
A dispatch' from' Alexandria says jit
ilreported that France will co operate
with England in armed tntervention, if
such intervention be determined ii
If neeessary, France will send 10,000
men. -. t.;; . - : " - j -
Guiteas'a- last admonition : to Dr.
Hicks in regard to seeing the.Presideat
was, tn;the , folio wing words : "Go no
more. i.Tlie matter ia- bow between hitn
(the- PrecAdatndGod.' Let bim act,
its; he mc8t give an account He is re
sponsible to God."
The Chinese 3$rh&aU of Ssn Fraa
cisco " yesterday telegraphed 0300 to
Gov. Kirkwood, 6f 3fem, for the stjffer
rsby thfrlateeyotoas. - '
The Londcm'ilstrVlevfs says an ex
amination of the weapons left behind
by the murderers of Mr. Bourke and
the trooper Wallace, near Ardrahao,
Ireland, on June 8, snows that they
Kkoear me same private marss ejs are
borne by the rifles seized at Clerkeu
t ConatantinoDle savs it is re
ported that Lord Dufferin, the British
- Hmbassaddr. baa been iMta-octed to asl
f tire assent Of. the ' Ddwera for British
LpTbtection for the Suez canal. Prepaf
rauQBs are making for the embarkation
of troops, at Malta in the event of net
Lcesatty. It ia stated that Gen; Sir Eve
lyn Wood has been ordered to be ready
to Troceg, Egypt. : o !
., Xrprivate telegram from Alexandria
says: "There have been fresh murders
of Christians In the Deltar villages. An
intentioft iset pressed of seizing some
Europeans as hostages." " ; :
A correspondent at Alexandria tele-
UtrAPiiaJLUat te State pf the interior is
rbecomUMr -abirmlrig, , Several" murders
hhare ccctrrred uear Benha.
The United States steamer Lancaster
rhas'arrived at Alexandria.
The Times in an editorial says: "In
view of information we have receivtd
fronx yariouaiiarters we cannot douLti
tnas preparauaos ior tne protection or
the Snea canal are maturing on a con-;
slderable scale." We have reason to be
AkUw first-Army corps and a
considerable part of the second are at
full strength, and should it be necessary
to striked sudden blow there would be
no difficulty in dispatching twenty:
thousand men to Egypt in a few days."
! All the Egyptian ministers except
Arab! Pasha and Ragbeb Pasha have
returned to England. There is still an
traeasy feeling at Alexandria, and the;
English residents who have not. gone;
away have been invited to take up their:
quarters in the Eastern Telegraph
office. Warlike preparations still con
tinue in England.
The Maine Democratic convention
met at Lewiston yesterday, 824 dele
gates being present. Harris M. Plaistedj
was nominated for Governor, and. Sam
uel J. Anderson, Daniel H. Thing, Geo.;
WyLadd and T. H. Murch for Congress.
Resolutions were adonted denouneusr
the soliciting of money from officebold-'
ere- and others for election purposes,
and- protesting against the protective
tariff. Resolutions were also adopted
declaring that Congress is- bound to
protect the country against debased
coin ; and art excessive issue of paper
rrioney, and condemning the withdraw
al f United States notes and the ub-
stitution of the bills of banking corpo-
rations. " - u
1 Greea3h)ro' Bugle: A coloradj wih
'Mrised 75 ycafe, f named Ada Dild
feftlifr jnst baflt a" neat, brick cbirn
ney teener little1 cabin in Jonesboro,
and she is no brick mason either.
The first week in February last Mr.
Wm. E. Parks placed in a pond, built
for the purpose, a lot of German carp
about 4 inches in length. Yesterday
he took one for examination and found
it 12 inches long and weighing 1)4 lbs.
The fish was put back unharmed. This
is a rapid growth for five months.
There was a very destructive fire at
High Point Tuesday night. It origi
nated in the law office of Ed. D. Steele,
which wascnQrelyt destroyed with its
contents and also the drug store of
Frank Dalton, the store of Mr. Ferry,
eistoffice and the tin store of Mr.
oover. Origin of fire unknown. No
insurance except on Frank Dalton's
drug store about $1,700. Loss about
Raleigh News and Observer: We re
gret to learn of the serious illness of
Mr. Paul C. Cameron, at his home in
The buildings at Bingham school will
berfinished in about twojyeeks. .
Nominated for ldeut.-Governor.
Harbisbtjrg, Pa., June 29. F
Black, of York, was nominated for Lf,
Governor on the first ballot.
London, June 29. Lord Claneycarde
was murdered this morning on his way
The medicine of real merit, prescribed by many
leading physicians, and universally recommended
by those who have used It, as a tiuetonlois,
Brown's Iron Bitters.
The fairest faces
myriads of pimples,
are sometimes married by
and markings of tetter or
freckles, which are readily removed by a popular
toilet dressing, knoan as Dr. Q. W. Benson's Skin
Cure. Even scrofulous ulcers yield to It.
Motkers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken of your
rest by a sick child suffering and crying
excruciating pain of cutting teeth ? If so, go
once and get a bottle of MBS. wrasLOwa
SOOTHING SYBUF. It wUl relieve the poor little
sufferer Immediately depend upon It : there is no
mistak& about lb There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you at once
that it will regulate the bowels, and give rest to the
mother, and relief and health to the child, operat
ing like magic It Is perfectly safe to use in all
eases, and pleasant to the taste, and Is the pre
scrtndon of one of the oldest and best physicians
i and nurses In the United States. Sold everywhere.
25 cents a bottle.
. P. C. Shuford and wife, and others.
A n Powell, et aL '
!--r:-f. - - - -
BY Vlrtae Tot an order of the Superior Court:
held for the county of Catawba, boring Term,
1884, notice la hereby given that the undersigned,
Beiereea, will meet at the court house. In Neton,
-ira.lt: rrirH. ! ' " " v--j? r-
nex ronrewiTe eriaence anu.itoois oi au aeoo.
againss tne Dannersnip ceaennea, in, ine, p eaa .
lags Id said tusee, w-flU ilTmi jPowell : Co.
Claywea,-Powell & ,Od. Caiev'.Mr.sujKjror
Company. PoreB ghefoM -s,ijd M ,PoelL
AU creonen f lihk c saiif -'iKsfca, tli wecantj
ihetrehatiBS -er&efi-ug-nS. 8, ksj Usseaatt
iptaoevwan raparprsi ssmr:
lAlsvat-daisy crs aa tJicas will proesed to
HakfateSiacsrais irC tea li&biiates and
issets offBsis ge?ssires aooe named. -
tii'l AWir' t.jJ'j :8Hrpp ' f
imi. .:T;i,-;i- -Jtofrees.
ioe l8St,tlUhat they; saost come no and
sasur taxea.1 ( av been as indulgent
and ioeo$a&tt as any one eould expeot
me to Do
and I-si? i sir aettee now that all delinquent taxes
remeioice moia at tne ena or ut next so days.
wlU bs eclsiad by dlatrainL Come no and pay
ycursBsja.- av m. aiiaaawusiB.
j'S?SS"si w tf ,--.. Bheriff.
' l A Special DUpenata!a.'
Wilmington, N. a, Feb. 4. 1881.
I regard your Bafe Kidney and Li?er Cure as a
sort of special dispenatitloa of Providence to those
"hoplessly" 111 of kidney and live? diseases.
i . Esv. Da BXENBBiic.
gW -IS 1
like the Mississippi river in a spring
freshet? Because the immense volume ot this
beating river moves with such momentum that it
sweeps away aU obstacles and is literally flooding
Brlgbt's Disease of ths Kidneys, Diabetes and
ether diseases of the Sidnejs and Liver, which
yom are being so fr!ght?nd about. Hop Bitters is
the only thing that will suraly and permanently
prevent and cure. . AH ohz pretended cures only
relieve for a Cme and ilsen make rou many times
" ftezi Toledo Blade. I .
F EXTKACT OF CELERY AND
CHAHOniLE TJPON THE
NEiSVOSJS SYSTEM and. DIGESTIVE
Ae SiaTBriably Produced by Dr. C. IV.
Henton'e Celery and Cliamo
They have been tested time and again, and al-f
ways with satisfactory results. This preparation
Just meats the necessities of the case. Let me
state Just what my Fills are made to cure, and
what the? have cured and will cure: Neuralgia,
Nervousness, Sick Headache, Nervous Headache,
D?3pe$tc Headache, Sleeplessness, Paralysis and
.Prsppsla. These diseases are all natrons dis
eases. l?ervonaness embraces nervous weakness,
l?rft&h&), despondency, melancholy, and a rest
leea, jUS&attofied. miserable state of mind and
TLete are some of the symptoms of nervous
ness; now, to be fully restored to health and hap
piness Is a priceless boon, and yet, for 50 cents,
you can satlsly yourself that there Is a cure for
you,, and for $5, at the very furthest that cure can
be tally 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.
1 Bold by all druggists. Price, 50 cents a box.
Depot' J08 North Kutaw street, Baltimore, lid.
By mail, two boxes for 81, or six boxes for 83,50,
to any address.
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
ji r Warranted to Cure
COX KM A, TITTERS. HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
1 AU ROUGH OAtY CRUPTIONS,
Bp 918CA8E8 OP HAIR AND 80ALP,
SCROFULA, ULCERS, PIMPLES and
body. It makes the akin white, soft and smooth',
removes tan and freckles, and is fha BEST toilet
dwisstng In THJ5 WOBJUD. Klpgantlw put up, two
bottlMin one paokage. eonalBting of both internal
and axternal treatment.
AU first alassdraswiats aaveit. Prioe 11. per package.
C N. rnttenton, 8ole Wholesale Agent for Dr.
C. W. Benson's Bemedles, 115 Fulton street, New
A NOTED, .BUT UNTITLKIJ Vv o .U.v.. .
Erom the Boston Globe.
Jfsstri. Editor ,
The above is a good likeness of Hrs. I-ydla E. Pink
ham, of Lynn, Mass., who above ail other human beings
may be truthfully called the "Dear Friend of Woman,"
as some of her correspondents lore to call her. She
is sealoutly devoted to her work, -which Is the outcome
of a Ufe-stady, and Is obliged to keep atx lady
assistants, to help he answer the large correspondence
vMA doily 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
era purposes. I have personally investigated it and
axn satisfied of the truth of this.
On account of its proven merits, it is recommended
'Bdprescribl by the best physicians in the country.
" On Bars : " A wocks like a charm and saves much
pain. It will eure entirely the worst form of . falling
of the ate rug, Leucorrhoaa, irregular and painful
Menstruation, all Or ari&n Troubles, lnnammation and
Ulceration, Floodlngs, all Displacements andthecon
sennent spinal weakness, and is especially adapted to
th Change of Life."
B permeates every portion of the system, and gives
in Ufa and rigor. It removes hdntness, flatulency,
t destroys all craring for stimulants; and relieves weak
nest Of the stomach. It cures Bloating,. Bfiadaohes,
Xervous Prostration, General Debility, Sleeplessness,
Depression and Indigestion. That feeling of bearing
down, causing pain, weight and backache. Is always
permanently cured by iU use. It will at all times, and
undflTaH circumstances, act In harmony with the low
that gorerna the female lystem. ; ,
looses only SL per bottle or six for S3., and Is sold by
drafgista, Any advice required as to special eases, and
-fhe hmes of many who have been restored to perfect
kealth by the use of the Vegetable Compound, can be
obtained byaddre-rfngMra,P., with stamp for reply,
at her home in Lynn, Mass.
For Kidney Complaint of either sex this compound ia
unsurpassed afl abundant testimonials show.
" Mrs. Finkham's Liver Pins," says one writer, " are
tktbft M-tftr'MrM'-for 'the eure' of ConKtlpation,
imieusiless-Wndforpldlty of the liver. Her Blood
Purttet- weiTts-'wonderg in its specisl line and bids fair
Jo equal the Compound in its popularity,
Xll must respect her as an Angel of Mercy whose sole
-ambition is to do good to others,
Phjlftdelphja, Pe Qj) Mrs. A. M. D.
WEOFFEB FOB SALE ON FAVOBABLE TERM
FOHiMi ni.Y tJSFO BY THE ROCK
ISLAND M4K'FMi COMPANY.
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And are offering them very much below the real value. Call and get a bargain. Have also JuBt receiv
ed per freight several things that will pay you to Inspect. Just received new
FASHION SHEETS FOR JULY.
HAEGEAYES & WIXiHEIjM
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
BRANCH of XJTTT3T3X3TXT cft
Thousands of Musical Families throughout North and South Carolina are Intending to purch se
PIANOS and ORGANS In the Fall, when cotton comes in. . WHY WAIT? Boy at once, and enliven
the long, hot SUMMER MONTHS with Music and make the "HARVEST HOME" still more joyful.
Under our Mid Summer Sale, we offer to sell daring
TEMBEK, 1882, PIANOS and ORGANS, of every
On PIANOS $25 Cash,
On ORGANS $10 Cash,
WITHOUT INTEREST OR
IF BlLAiVCE CAN'T
Longer time will be given, with a reasonable Increase of -price. All Instruments of every grade and
price included In this sale. Tell your musical friends Of it Write us - for Catalogues. Price Llstand
Clrcu ara, This sale closes October 1 st 1882 Early-purchase secures cash prices and easy terms '
t-ix (rt) years guarantee, stool and Instructor with every Organ. Frelgbtpald both ways lf no sale.
Test them In your own boxes. Address t a-h T
PROF. WM. BAKER Is my authorized Tuner
to this house.
ELEGANT G00D3 JUST RECEIVED, BY
W. A. TRUSLOW,
In cases suitable for bridal gifts. Another stock of
And other desirable good.". Fine
MT"f?. Xj A RTH "WTT.T.T A "M"R Is with me and will always welcome his friends.
RED JUNE APPLES,
FRESH GREEN CORN,
RIPE SOFT PEACHES,
Crystal lee Cream, at
HEADQUARTERS FOR FBUITS.
A WASHINGTON Hand 8Iand material for
a 7-column newspaper. HKddress;
fniS nirty-lhMaaisaal 'jaeasf-i'gtotk
! X holders this erjnysny wifl be iela isis!
n Tnursaay, joiy mm. iKA- h-,t -v'
L Stockholders desiring to attend eftft 'tsii;I&$&
Tor themselves and the tmmedlat i&sffib?ss a
their families fWIFE and CHILDREN. Lim
UNDE3 THEIR ROOT) by applying to the aac -
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Special Offer :
the months of JUNE, JULY, AUGUST and SEP
make, style and price, at our very lowest cash rates
Balance November 1st, 1882.
Balance November 1st, 1882.
AH? "ADVANCE IH PBICE,
BE PAIW IJ1 THE FALL,
and Repairer. All work guaranteed. Send orders
SPECTACLES and EIE-GLAS3E3..
BY Virtue of a decree of the Superior Court of
Catawba county, made In the case of P. a
Bhuford and others, plaintiffs, vs. A. M. Poweil -and
others, defendants, at Spring Term, 1882, of
Catawba county Superior Court, the undersigned,
as Receiver, will sell at public sale, at the Long
Islsnd Cotton Mills, on MONDAY, the 3BD DAY
of JULY, 1 882, the loUowlng valuable Property,
to-wit; .- .. -. : . . l .
The iactorr of the Lome Island Cotton Mills, to
Wholesale & Retail, illll
gether with 16Vfe acres' land, including the entire
water power of seven feet bead, : factory tmlldtng '
OUX4U, two stories nign, nounng and saw mil la.
store and eotton bouses, blaeksmlth shop and five
tenement houses, . and the following nuchmeryj
1 picker,' l 88 inch double beater uncr lapper, I) ,
86-lnch 14 top flat cards, railway bead. 2 drawing d
frames, 8 deliveries each, 4 ring, frames (Brides- .
perry maze van m gooa oraer.' j - xtamonn cap -
frames, 132 spindles, total number .spindles 819; , ;
i Trans cara gnnaer, Duncn ana oaimg press;
isoa large lot of old: looms, pullles,ihaltlng. s
etc. -. ,
i For more accurate and definite description dt$
the property and the conditions or said sale refer
ence is hereby made to the decree above referred.
; TiitMSrwent? wrv'eent; vats .Torchase'.t
money cash -and .the . balance ,ln equal r in--
8talmento ov tnreNs riMntfas-and six monthsi
bond and .approved security - required, of .
purchaser, or the Receiver is by said Decree au-
thotized to 'rary: terms to' suit rnchaser8.f"Tbe ?.
Becelverls also autboftaed by. said Decree to sell
eaid property at private sale, upon- such- terms as ;?
aneji ee-agreea upon between nun ana purchaser.? ;
TOAU AAV WUl VUWIMUl,! UillOW UiUW UUHt UAJ Ut CHllQt --
Parsons wisbtng to examine said property will -andDr
fsmisDs. either of whom will take pleaBunem :'
swJjiS the Game, Addres -1
JOHN L. COBB, Receiver,
.jusi. ', Llnoolnton, Lincoln coun,N,C "