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CmRLTTB; W TUESDAY AUGUST 1, 1682.
J?f" Vic..,. .... -
ft&s. noyr arrived
but all SUMMER
Jlorningr, July 24th, we
propose tflf; offer bargains that
will pay any one to secure.
will be sold at a sacrifice. Our
will be sold cheap. Our La
dies' and Misses Hosiery will
be slaughtered. Our Ging
hams, Lawns and all light
fabrics of Dress Goods will
be sold below cost.
Embroideries and many other
goods at low figures. We do
not intend to pack any sum
mer goods this Fall if possible.
We have Ribbons, Laces, .
CAN BE HAD IN
r rr ry. i
aid JiOj 'hWJi
01 DRESS GOODS
ME GO OAS'
(r RE A T
f TUNi AiiJ.UMnlr4 sol Wc I Mi lti
iL 1 ID I M ! II, r.li.. 111.
-1" .SV.WISi 1A1 irTVJ-lTTT
H;wSb 8IWS I
gB C500jfts, (Watltittfl, Ac,
WE make reat Be i action InJUMSy
Line of od, and a-lt the tridejto
mitke an Examination of OUR BAB
CIA IN before Purchasing BUeirtoero.
Now l tt Time to
GIOII Arriw. Spring
A Lot of .Tlen'M and Boyn'
H ATS at t irt Co.t.
A Remnant Stock of CANE MAT
TING very Cheap.
Have Just Received a lot of MOS
QUITO CANOPIES and MOSQUITO
NETTING by the Piece.
We are Offering Great Barg:ain,
and you should not be slow to avail
Youraelf of Them.
T. L.. 8EIGL1E Sc. CO.
At this eeasGn, rarioci diseases of the
bowels are prevalent, an4 toagvy live art
lost through lack of knowledge of a safe
and sure remeBj. ! PeHry .Davis' Pain
Kiixer is a sure eure for Diarrhoea, Dys
entery, Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Summer
Complaint, etc, and is perfectly safe.
Bead the following :
Babjbbidsii. N. T., March 22. 1881.
PTBBY DlTU' PAIN KILLER never faiU to afford
intant relief for cramp aad pain In the stomach.
Nioholvtlls, N. Y.. Feb. 8, 1881.
Thery but medicise I know of for dysentery,
' cholera morbus, and Cramps in the stomach. Hav
used it for years, and tt la n cure eyery time.
- Jultus W. Dek.
MorNGONA, Iowa, March 12, 1881.
I have Hied roar Pain Killer in severe cases of
. cramp, colicand cholera morbusnd it gave almoat
instant relief. L. E. Caujwelu
Oabitesvili-b, Ga., Feb. 28. 1881.
For twenty years I have used your Pain KTi.T.ica
in my family. Have used it many times for bowpl
complaints, and it ahcaya curee. Would not feel saw
without a bottle in the house. J. B. I via.
Saoo, Me., Jan. 22, 188L
Have used Pebst Davis' Pain Killer for twelve
years. It is (, sure, and reliable. No Soother
Should allow it to be out of the f amily.
H. I. NATO
fhnrmA. TT. V.. Feb. 19. 1881.
k - . 1. . 3 Ifc
W O. Bpibbt.
OOKWATBOBO, 80. Feb, 2, 188L.
Nearly every family in this section keeps a bottle
in tnenouM. . Db. E-Mobion.
TJ. 8. COKStTLATE, '
CBCTELprB.UgHI8H PB1788IA. Feb. 8, 1881
-" I have kno-yn Prsjr Davis' Pain Ki ller almost
frouvthe day it was uftrpduopd, and after years of
observation and Je. J jwaqj its presence in my
household as an inatipetuaSle necessity.
I. 8. Potter, U. S. Consul.
I had" been several days Hufrermg- severely from
diarrhosa, accompahtea With intBlse pain, when I
tried your Pain ajJia,andlouiBl ahnopt instant
reiief. ; -j ; r oH. J. Noose.
21 MdirtAffBiV, London, Ens:
DurtiJg' a residence of -twenty-three years in India,
I have given H in many cases of diarrhoea, dysen
tery, and cholera, and never fcnew it to fail to gave
rfiUBl. - .' ;" " ' - CuRtnog.
Ko family can eafe be without this
invaluable remedy. Its price brings it
within the reach of all.
For sale by all druggists at 25c, 50c
and $1.00 per bottle.
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, B. I.
sept diw sept A oct
Washington and Lee llnivepsity,
Gen. G. W. C. LEE, President.
THOROUGH Instruction In Lasodagbs. Litkea
TUBand Science, and -in the professional
schools of Law and Engineering. Healthful
location In the Valley of Virginia. Necessary ex
penses for tb whol session, exclusive of books
add clothes.: need not exceed (236 toSapo. Ses
sion opens September 21st For catalogue ad
dress J. L. CAMPBELL, JR.. Clerir,
Jul 11 eod lm Lexington, Va.
LAW SCHOOL OF
WASHINGTON Xfil L& WttRSITY.
Gen. G. W. C. LEE, President.
Faculty; C. 1 Gnoses, M. A., Professor of Com-
mon awaaa Kqinty;mon. a jttanaoipn rucKerr
LL. D.. Professor Constitutional Law; Judge IL
W. 8heffey. LL. D., Lecturer on wills; Judge Wm.
M McLaughlin, Lecturer on Pleadlner. Session
begtnsepteranT 2 rst, 1 882. For catal gue and
Lightest Sunning and Best Sewing Machine in the
world. Try it before buying any other,
. .- y, !' . ' it
tar Send fo, Terms and Price JUat- -sS
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RICHMOND, VA. '
may U .; : "
, Cleaveland Mineral Splnp, c
OPENED MAT J5th, 1882.
THESE Springs are two miles 'from Shelby. 54
miles West of Charlotte, and within 1 mile of
the Carolina Central Railway running from Char
lotte to -Shelby, hacks will be at the Springs'
Station on arrival of every train. , .
COLD AND WARM BATHS,
White and Bed Sulphur and Chalybeate Waters
A' BowMng Alley in good order. A good: string
bAnd secured for the season. Lirsry aeoommoda-
tions attaehed t the noteL ;
8. MeB. POSTON,
JUlt 1 .TiUJltqj-!'
STAUNTON, VAt fit
i-Mi.tk Mi tumit moderate. :
WHEELER & WILSON
ism M-m FU
'MAppiieaiion to UM Prtooipa js
1 MCE DE LEON.
THE VERITABLE "FOUNTAIN OF
A Mineral Spring of Fine Medicinal
Other Particulars. i
Te the Editor ol The Observer.
How many of your readers know1 that
there is situated within forty yards.of
the Western North Carolina railroad
track, at lcards, a mineral spring of
great medicinal properties. I expect
very few, if any, for the owner of it Has
done nothing towards calling public
attention to it. -The writer last sumrner
endeavored to induce the owner to have
it analyzed, but to no avail, and the
public is indebted, alone to Gov. Jaryia
for its analysis. Early in June last
when the Governor delivered an
dresH at Kutherford college, he was
nioasod with the water that he dp
cured a bottle of it, and gave it to Pro;
Dabney. the State cnemist, w no ana
lyzed it on the 19th of June last) and
the writer has seen the original lettet
of Prof. Dabney giving the analysis. It
is as follows:
Solids, earbonate of iron, 2.50 grains
per one gallon, '
Gases, carbonic . acid gas, large
Sulphurated hydrogen, considerable
No organic matter.
A chalybeate water.
The writer is inforaaed that the pe
culiar substance of irdn contained in
this water is the most successful mode
used by physicians for administering
iron as a tonic'
Although this water possesses such,
superior medicinal properties,, and is
but little known outside of its imme
diate neighborhood, yet some remarka
ble cures have been effected by its use.
For all female diseases producing great
loss of blood it is almost a specific; for
persons whb are laboring from great
nervous prostration it is highly benefi
cial; for all persons suffering from, in
digestion, diseases of the liver, and Sid
neys, great benefit will be derived.- It
will enable most delicate stomachs to
digest almost every kiffcfr of food, and
such is the effect of the water updn
sharpening the appetite, that a stranger
who should visit Mr. Goode's table, and
see the manner and amount of food
consumed by each boarder, and not
knowing the cause thereof, would feel
confident that be had fallen into a
family more noted for heavy feeding
than any other in the State.
. The writer has spenjt a portion of the
two past summers at this spring and
has been greatly benefitted from an af
fection of the kidneys, and he has seen
several instances of its highly beneficial
use on others affected with want of
healthy blood, derangement of the
stomach, affections of the liver, and
Any respectable physician will say
that the proprieties of this water are
highly beneficial for many diseases: It
not only gives flesh to the body, but it
imparts strength to the muscles and
vitality to the whole system. . (
The spring has been discovered but a
few years, and it is to be regretted that
the owner has. not erected buildings
commensurate with the importance of
the spring. Had he done so its .value
would not have been hidden undserj a
bushel. The Writer hopes the day is
not distant when the virtues of this
spring will be known far and wide', and
that accommodations will be -maaijto
meet the demands of fcbe public. Tn&
Rev. D. P. Goodeyat. Icards, keeps a
first-class boarding hous wtierS''-' tie
Ais tor is received with hospitality. pd
supplied with the best of table hoard
and comfortable rooms ; yet there ! is
not near the accommodations forjtbe
public which the great value of the
water should command.
The writer has no interest in calling
the attention of the public to this
spring, except a desire to aid those suf
fering from the above named diseases,
and to call their attention to a place
where their ailments may be greatly
alleviated, and in many instances enred.
Salisbury, N. C, July 29th, 1882;
Killed by Her Step-Daughters.
Pittsburg, Penn., July 26. The fol
lowing particulars of the terrible crime
perpetrated in an adjoining county,
have been obtained. The story differs
materially from the original account of
the deed." The family in which the
tragedy occurred consists, or did con
sist, of the Rev. Mr. Sturm, bis second
wife, three girls and three boys by his
first wife, and five children by his sec
ond. Jn the summer of 1881 they re
sided at FreeDort, Green county, when
the two eldest girls Cota, 24 years old,
and Marcella, 22 concluded thejyrieed
ed some schooling. They chose Wayries
bnfg College as the institution in which,
to begin their studies. They had : no
money of their own for spending pur
poses and In order that they might not
be continually without it a game of fast
life was. indul ged in. As a seqel.X3ora:
became the mother of an illegitimate
child. Last week, the girls, in eotnpiny
with their step-mother, went "vlsitng,
and wTrile away Cora attempted tJ nass
her child as belonging to her steprmoth
er. This raised the ire of Mrs. Sturm,
whocould stand such treatment no
longer, and she made an explanation of
the whole affair. Cora and Marcella
concluded thatrmatters had gone far
enough, and when they returned home
their step-mother was enticed to the
spring, some distance from the house.
Here the bloody work was accomplish
ed. One $f the1 girls held Mrs. Sturm
while the othet gave her several hard
knocks with a grubbing hoe. Life was
almost extinct, however, and to finish
the work a stout knitting-needle was
brought into requisition. It was drivea
into the heart or the poor woman.: The
body was discovered in a sitting pos
ture, leahing against the spring house,
in which position it had been left by the
girls. Cora and Marcella are in jail.
Family brawls occurred almost daily in
the Sturm honaebold and frequently, it
is alleged, the step-mother has been as
saulted and knocked down by her hns
bahd.k It' is .rumored that he had a
hand in the killing, and . that oflicers
are now on his track, but the report is
not generally credited. He was for some
years a Baptist minister, but latterly
has taken his stand with the Metho
dists. , .i f Tap W0oi:Ciipi z .
The census returns give 155,000,000
pounds' as to the amount of wool clip
ped frbm 35,000,000 sheep in the United
States in the spring of J880. This shows
encouraging progress since 1870, when
th rlportejd cftfe leas lOftQWitJOfXpohnds
fren28jfX)0,OOO8heep. ITearlr-tf fourth
of the entire production of ,1880 is re
turned from two States namely : Ohio,
which ls credited with 25,000,000 pounds
of wool and 3,000,000 . sheep, ; and Call
fornia, which shows nearly 17)00,000
pounds of wpol and 4,000,000 sheep; In
18?0 the clip 6f California was 11,000,
000 and that of Ohio 20,000,000 pounds.
After these two' States come, in 1880,
Michigan, with 12,000,000, New 'York
9,000,000, Pennsylvania, 8,000,000, Mis
soari,7,000,000,' and Wisconsin 7,000,000
poids. ' The rapid growth of sheep
raisiaz ia-Texas is shown by the fact
tween low ana leou iruui w,ow w
nearly 2flWW. Mtb Amount of wool
shorn from 1,250,000 to nearly 7,000,000
pounds;' The increase in the prodttc
ArenuBji 7 auia
isli tttotfer of sheep was jngsaify
t,u,Bl I and Witeonsin: butin Mwr
MsMtfi Tfiid!irn tt isaa f wa
Jbseph Edge, of Buffalo, N. Y., a file
grinder in the Jile works at Hamilton,
Onti, waa instantly killed by the burst
ihg of a grindstone Tuesday.
J"ames bhjicrni was run over and in
stantly .kHled' 'PhuTsday On' the WU
mihgton and Wjsldon Railroad, near
Batueboro; JStp, while attempting to
step from one car to another.
The political bearing of the jury now
sitting in the star-route cases is said to
be as fallows: . Democrats 8, Republi
. cans S Mahone read juster L
Mr. Carl Schiirz says there is no truth
inthe f trtnotthat he was to be' nomi--iiatedfor.Cohsrtess
in the seventh dis
trict of Jew York. He knows of no
stfch tnovement, nor woold he accept a
nominatin.ff tendered hini, '
The Ne&caskaState Temperance con
vention adjourned Friday. A thorough
canvass of the State will be made in
favor of A! cOnfctitutional prohibitory
amendment, and.the State political con-,
vehtlon's" will be " asked to put them
selves on record upon theutestion.
At Montreal Friday, "Qe mayor en-
forced the. law prohibiting street par
ades other than religious or military in
order to prevent a circus parade, it is
understoed'that Bishop -'Tabre is oppos
ed to his flock: attending the circus.
Over two hundred -deleg -.tes from
different parts of Massachusetts assem
bled in Boston Wednesday to form an
organization to resist prohibitory legis
lation. If is the purpose of the league
to estaoiish branches in all the cities
and towns of the State,
The Indianapolis and St Louis Rail
road was sold yesterday-to the Cleve
land, Col urrib us, Cincinnati and Indian
apolis itaiiroad company tor $1,396,000.
Notice was given by me holders of the
second mortgage bonds of their inten
tion to contest the sale.
A tent-pole fell during the exhibition
of Barnum. Bailey & . Hutchinson's cir
cus at Springfield, Mass., some weeks
ago, striking Arthur F. Bard well, one
of the spectators, on the head. Although
tne injury was regarded as slight, it has
been lately'discoveted that , the skull
was fractured. A suit for $25,000 has
been -brought against the proprietors of
A train of twenty cars of tea and silk,
which left San Francisco July 12, made
the run to Kansas City in six days and
six hours, and from Deming to Kansas
City, sj? distance of 1,150 miles, in 66
hOu.rs.;, second trannif 29 Cars left
San Francisco 24 hours later and made
the-same time to Kansas-City. This
time is .believed to be unprecedented.
Arab! Pasha has made overtures to
the Khedive looking to the dissolution
of his army. M. de Lesseps is accused
byjthe English correspondents of in
triguing with Arabi Pasha. A criminal
shot Friday outside the gates of Alex
andria. Turkey is seeking to borrow
money to carry out her engagement to
send troops to Egypt
, Answered Nerer a Word
"Just look at those d d -yaller
hammers' marching along with their
old flint-lock, rifles and" 6quirrel guns,"
remarked a Kentucky "reb," as the
Forty-ninth Aiabama regiment, C. S A.,
sauntered leisurely through the streets
"You go to h 1 !" xetorted odc of
the Forty-niners. "I reckon these guns
are jlstk aVabdtomteat With as ahy
Bui this isn't news for it happened
not yesterday 'rSor: to-day, but twenty
lden years ago. Forts Henry and
onelson ' had fallen, and the people
were in a panic - -
"D n him, why don't he stop and
fight? he's got 125,000 men," roared the
vox populi, which, for once, was scarce
10 per cent, in Value of the vox dei ; for
Gen. Sidney Johnson that grandest of
all the Johnstons, with or without, the
"aristocratic t living or dead (except
Gov. George W. Johnson, of Kentucky,
the citizen hero who fell the second day
at Shiloh, fighting in the ranks with his
plain suit of broadcloth and his beaver
on, the one and only-volunteer private
of all our prominent men during the
war) Geri. Sidney Johnston, I repeat,
had but 12,000 or 15,000 men of all arms
during the retreat from Bowling
"Why don't he stop and fight? Will
he let 80,000 Yankees drive 125,000
Southern men into the Gulf?"
The great captain answered never a
word: but in his own heroic heart re
ceived the arrows of harsh and uDjust.
detraction. For the sake of the land he
loved he would expose nothing of her
BSDfORD ALTO ANT) IBOK 8PBIHS8 WiTXB AND
Mass. The great tonic and alterative contains
twice as much iron and ffiFty per cent more alum
tnuin than eny "alum and iron mass" known.
Just the thing for the "spring weakness" now so
general. Sold by all druggists of any standing.
Prices reduced one half. ' I
PACE & CO.
Patent Portable CircaW s.
Also Btauaatry tai PortaM
5 3J . SCHS0EDEE ST.,
Send far Catalogue.
CIVIL, MECHANICAL and MINING ENGI
NEERING at the Rensselaer Polytechnic In
stitute Troy, N. T. The oldest erjglneelngchool
In Ameifea. Next term ..begins September 4(M
The Reelster for 1 882 contains a list of the! Gra
duates for the past AS yearsi with their positions.
also, course of study, requirements, expenses, etc
Address DAVID M. GEESNB, -
Julll 4w IMrvctoh
IE MOST E
BAR AND BILLIARD BOOM,
EVER IN CHARLOTTE
Has Just been opened next door below the Central
Hotel Building, on Tryon street. Where the pures
WIN Ed and LIQUORS can always be found.
KENDKICK & BIX BY
may 19 tf
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A viatim at yonthral ixaprndenos cansing Prema
ture Decay. Nervous pebiirtyy Ixmt Manhood, etc,
hiring tried in rain ererr known remedy, has di
COTered a simple self cure, which he will -send ITtES
to his ftdlow-mifferer, address J. H. REVSL
49 Vhatsu t.. K. Y.
HARRIS nEf.'.EDY CQMBTiU.
m un.u ua mi rrmft m
PflOf .HARHJ3' PASTILLE REMEDY
XSmf In ul then wha rafier
bom Xeey em rkjaWsl PskU-'
tor,- rmuun XxhMttiaa and
Ulf .gloaujr eeBMOMBow,
Tke txmeij it vmt up Jbm. . 1 (Uitlnc matiU), SS.
OattiaramiwMua, ). at tr nil la ptai. mnnu
MnMliai far Cwag etempimf aach Item. .TmpMtoCTlI
w a. . t
Qrist and Flonr Mii 1 .Water Wheels, Wood Wor'toS
and Barrel KacliDe&' (Shlntle Mills. Circular Saws,
Impurity of the
Blood, Ferer and .
and all Diseases .
caused toy De-
rangetoent of liver. Bowels and Kidneys
8VTHTTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVEB,
Bad Breath Pain in the Side, sometimes, the
pain is felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for
Rheumatism; general loss of appetite; Bowels
generally costive, sometimes alternating with lax
lo head at- traubled with painx is dull and heavy'
with considerable loss of memory, accompanied
with a painfulsensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cbugh
and flushed face is sometimes an- attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complains
of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily startled ;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a pricldy sensation
of the skin- exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all persons, old and
young, whenever any of the above
Persons Traveling or Living to TTn-'
healthy Localities, by taking a dose occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
an Malaria, Bilious attacks, Dizziness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but is no in
If You have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
less at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctor' Bills will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
in the House!
or, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe Purgative, alterative and tonic can
nev5j out of Place- The remedy is harmless
and does not interfere with business or
a JlIT lS pttKELY VEGETABLE,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
yuinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
familv for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shorter, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, of Ga.,
says : Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
The only Thing that never faOs to
Kelleye." J have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve.
P. M. Jannet, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W.. Mason says : From actual ex
penence in the use-of Simmons Liver Regulator in
my practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgafive medicine.
J8Take only the Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. H. ZEIXIN & CO.
FOR SALE BY ALLJDRUGGISTS.
July27 d eod eow ly&w
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Hakenof Lapalla Yeut Gems, Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Powder, aad Dr. Price's Unique Perfumes.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COODS.
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Steinway, Webber, Decker Bro's,
' HATNE3 and GATE CITY
NEW YORK;,. PIANOS, It is conceded, lead the
.World. I am agent for all the celebrated New
York makes and SELL THEM AT FACTORY
Bo not be fooled by flashy advertisement?,
but give me a trial be
fore you buy and I will
bow you that I can
distance all competi
tors, both In price and
terms. All I ask is a
trial and this c n cost
you nothing, while it
maybe the 'iti s v,
saving yon a great deal
in an Instrument
fy urgaus ttiwaja m giucK. minnr w sen on
rent, Call.on or address ., ..
Lock Box 274 JNO. R. EDDIN8,
. ? ,TI . c -;Cfcartotte, N. C.
mar23 - - . .
YOU CAN BUY
1'IIAHLOTTK o Attheville for 8.29,
RALEIGH " 13.75,
GOLD8BORO " 16.20)
Western North Carolina Railroad.
Grdiko female College,
, ,(-., GREENSBORO, K. C. i .
THIS prosperous Institution bas been place
apon a permanent basis, and offers all the
AdvanUges of afimtrelass Female College.
.: The fall session of 1882 wUl .begin on the 28rd
of Augusts Charges per session of 20 weeks:
Board, (exclusiva of Ugbtf And washlne.And En
glish TuiObn7S7Sr Isai MVuyjrroderajti. Ap-
ita& lm "53 J23 PreBiaent
A R0UN1) TRIP TICKET
The handsomest ever seen In this market at fiAc and 7c.
LADIES' GAUZE UNDERWEAR,
At 25c per piece. WHITE LAWN TIE 3 at 10c
A large lot of MOSQUITO C INOPlES and NETTING. BULLET-3HAPKD PEARL BUTTONS No
6Mfc 6A, 6 and 6iA. KID GLOVE 3 at 25c per pair, very popular.
Another Rtock of that 10c 4-4 BLEACHED DOMESTIC, LINEN and 7IOHAIR
liLrTERS, Look at Our Slock Before Purchasing, aa we are
THAT NO OTHER HOUSE IN
a posit im
WE HAVE REDUCED
Our own Manufactured Suits, former price $22.50, now $18.00.
Our $18.00 and $16.50 Suite, at the uniform price
of $14.00. A handsome line of $15.00 and
$12.50 Suits at uniform price of $10.00.
Our Entire Stock of Men's Summer Underwear at Cost.
A Handsomp Line of Boys' and Children's Suits at and Below Cost.
iW These Goods must be sold in oruer to secure Room for FALL G00D3. The prices given are
strictly CASE. Call early and secu-e Bargains. Respectfully,
h, ISerwanger & Bro.,
LEADING FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND TAILOR.
CHARLOTTE, M. C.
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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? Buy at once, and enliven
the long, hot SUMMER MONTHS with Music and make the "HARVEST HOME" still more joyful.
Md-Summer Special Offer:
Under our Mid-Summer Sale, ffe offer to sell during the months of JUNE, JULY, AUGUST and SEP
TEMBER, 1882, PIANOS asd 0RG1N8, of eveiy make, style and price, at our very lowest cash rates
On PIANOS $25 Cash, Balance November 1st, 1882.
On ORGANS $10 Cash, Balance November 1st, 1882.
WITHOOT IKTEREST OB m ADVANCE .IX PRICE,
IF BALANCE CAN'T BE PAID IN THE FALL,
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 Lists and
Circulars. This sale closes October 1st 1882- Early purchase secures cash prices and easy terms.
Hlx () years guarantee. Stool and Instructor with every Organ. Freight paid both ways if no sale.
Test them in your own ho ir es. Address
&r PROF WM. BAKER is my authorized Tuner and Repairer. All work guaranteed, fiend orders
to this bouse.' - H- mcSMITH.
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