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CHARLOTTE, N.Q., WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9, 1882.
IO L. XXVIII
IS NOW IN MA11KET
PLlCINQ OHDEBS FOB OUR
FALL fflilf INTER STOCK
v ? i 1 ? . .
! ' jpf; 4 r .-. 'J g i ,
latsr ami Trunks;
VtFtiOn WILL I'K
FlUCE'S SPEECH AT MOltGANTON.
WE iimke frt at Hcdueiion In Miijt
Line f liooiU, 4.nd t.k tU trad to
niako nn Kxaminalion o( TJR KAH
;AI,N Itrfore PurcUasing Elsewhere.
TMnv in tlio Time to Buy lilNfcN
I.1WS. AWEBIC'AIV and SCOTCH
niVOIIATlN. .spring and Slimmer
A l.o of mri' aud IEoys' STltAW
II l'l S at I'ifft CMt. ; i
A mutuant Stock or rA?VE JUAT.
Tli very hi.ap
' IIhvu JiiMt Koceivrd f lot of MOS
QHlT CANOPIES and ITIOSQiriTO
NETIilVC hy the Piocc.
art'. Ol'fetio firt-ai Itnrgalns,
And ytn ohoiiTd not Uv kIow tit avail
Vimrot lf vi' Tlia-ne.
SELECTED m GREAT CARE
TO KF.T. Til I J W N l
oilll iST Of K, whitii Ki tclvuif, will
bi; Conipluf, and Wo Ak Trade
to ;VE I'Si A Hlif'OHK P.l'K-
At this eeasory various diseases of tlie
bowels are prevalent; and viany lives are
lout through lack of knowledge of a safe
and aire remedy, Perry Davis' Pain
Killer is a sure cure for Diarrhoea, Dys
entery, Cholera,Ch6lera MorbiK, Summer
Complaint, etc., and is perfectly safe.
Head the following :
lUraimiDGE, N. T., March 22, 1881.
FSBBY DAT IS' Pain KlLLEB never fails to afford
tumnt rtlie lor cramp and pain in tBe stomach.
NlCHOLVTLM, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1881.
The very het medicine I know of for dysentery,
gnotera jiiOTbas, and orampe in the stomach. Havo
sa B Iurytar8,nd it iMMre cure every time.
3 -. 5. JcLrus W. Dez.
T . MoiNOONA, Iowa, March 12, 1881.
I have nnea your Pain Kxlleb in Bevere cases of
oramp. colic.and cholera niorbus.and it trove almost
Ustantpehofe E. CuswtLL.
. CARNESV1I.I.E, Ga., Feb. 28, 181.
For twenty years I havo used your Pain Killbb.
on my family. Have used it many times for bowel
complaint), and it always cures. Would not fool safei
Without a botile in the house. J. U. vik. L
iIgffiBMf FKX PnviFrJuE? f or twSVa
span.' It H five. tr, and reliable. No mother
ehcnild-allow it tab out of flie family.
II. I. Nates.
Onetda, N. T., Feb. 19, 1881.
We begran isin(? it over thirty years ao, and it
always kivus immefiiato relief. Vould hardly d&rd
to go to bed without a bottlo in the house. ,
W. O. Sfekbt. '
CONWATBOBO, S. 0.,1'eb. 22, 1881.
inn I. ;
ITparly every family in tftia Bectiou. kerns a bottli
TJ. 8. CONStTUlTE,
ia the house.
Dr. K Morton.
CaKFKLD, Rhenish Prussia. Tcb. 8,
, I have known Eebby Davis' Pain Kiluer alilftiBt
Jroni the day it vraBintrodnced.aud alter years of
observation and use I regard its presence in my
TlOUSehold as an imMtpewtalile neresniii.
; I. S. Pott eii, IT. 8. Consul.
I had been several days sunexiiiir severely from
Harrhoea, accoiuiJanieU witli iuttuso nahi. whi n I
tried your Paw Ku,T,y,ft,and found almopt instant
H. J. Nooe.
ZI AlOKTAOTiX ST.,IXJNlON, ENrt.
purinKaresidenceof twenty-three years in India,
I nave friveu it in many cases of diarrheca, dysen.
tery, and cholera, and never knew it to fail to eivo
rc"f- - . ii. CLAJiiuott.
Ko family can safely 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.
PERKY DA Via & FOX, Proprietory
Providence, B. I.
sept rtVw sept A oct.
Wf will takn Viinr rrjt-anrr, iiav a
Knit in ado and If it Dock Not Give
aatisfaction. in Every Particular You
Need not Take it.
Ms from $18 to K
... . . it
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ieu. Ci. TV. C. liFE Preoident. ;
rpHOVtOUGH Instruction m Languages Lttera
X ube and Science, and in tne professional
schools of Law and Engineering. Healthful
location In the Valley of Virginia. Necessary ex
petises for the whoh; session, exeluslve of books
and clothes, ded not exced 8225 to $3(10. Ses
sion opens eeptemoer 21st t'or catalog' le ad
ores? J. L. CAMPBELL, Jk. Clw,
Jul 11 eod lm Lexington, Va.
LAW SCHOOL OF
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LL. D.. Professor (JohstUutrorml Law: Judge H.
W. Pheffey. LL. D., Lecturer on wijis; Judge Wm.
M McLaughlin, Lecturer on Pleading. Session
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full Information address
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OPENED MAX 15th, 1882.
THEeK SpiiogB are two-mUea irbm Shelby. 54
miles West of Cbartotteraoff within 1 mile of
the Carolina Central Hallway framing from Char
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rr- j-or further particulars address
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. VIRGINIA- .
, J-J 4tlL j?mr,fcf uli . corps wieacnerB. .Arttiuiuit
Stands Fairly and Squarely Upon
the Liberal Platform.
We present the following synopsis of
the speech delivered by the Hon. Chas.
Price, at Morganton on last Saturday,
which was crowded out yesterday :
SPEECH OF HON. CHAS. PRICE.
Mr. .Price ha-fcing been introduced
said in substance as follows: He felt
embarrassed in attempting to speak
after ' having listened to such able
speakers as preceded him, but as he had
come for the purpose of addressing the
people, he would like the audience to
inconvenience themselves and hear
him. You have beard of me possibly
through the uress during the last tew
months, but ha asked his audience to
divest themselves of passion and preju
d i ce and hear hi nr.
For the purpose of discussing th6
subjects he asked what were the issues
that divided the people at the present
time. There are four planks in the
Liberal platform which he asked per
mission to discuss.
1st. The restoration to the people of
North Carolina the right to elect their
county commissioners, magistrates arid
school committeemen. I stand here to
advocate that plank in the Liberal plat
form, as a matter or principle l have
heard -that' no man in all this broad land
-opposes tms return to the old system
but' there are Then in North Carolina
who do oppose it. There is an omnipo
tent reason the negro ridden counties
in the Eastern part of the State. I state
only tne truth, in 187o I was a mem
ber of the constitutional convention
and voted for the proposed amendment
to the constitution, which placed it
within the power of the Legislature to
pass the law putting in, force the pres
ent system of county government The
constitution was so changed that the!
Legislature was enabled to authorize
tli people to try the experiment. Hav
in'g tried it, it is now pronounced i
failure, and I for one demand its rei
peal. 'No man defends the present sys
lent as a matter of principle, but its ad
vocates claim that the negro ridden
counties of Eastern North Carolin.J
must be protected. The cries that came
up irom uie Jviflt, ana ot which you
will hear much from Democratic Speak
ers, are not true. Let us see why if
Warren county for instance lm two
thousand negro majority. According
to our Democratic friends it is one of
the worst negro Ridden counties in the
State. I can prove by the irrefraeible
testimony of Mr. C. M. Cook, a leaaing
lawyer of Warrenton, and a Democrat
that Warren ''county was better and
more cheaply governed while thecouni-
ty ullieers were chosen nythe people
under the constitution than sinceit has
been governed by officers elected under
the present system of county govern
"The same thing can be said of Hali
f'.ix and Edgecombe, and others of the
negro-riddon counties of the East.
Then if the present system is to ba.de
Cended give us soie other reason -than
protection to the East for it does not
protect. I do not know how the mag
istrates in Burke county are appointed,
but in my section off. the State their
selection is left to court .house rings.
There is u demand cominc from all
ca-1 epmiMirrli&repeal of the present
law, and it will be done. I come from
that section of the.. State where the
Democrats are largely in trie raiorty,
and. in ltowan county you4 cahflr get a
Democrat; to say he is opposed to the re
peal of the law, and any man who
woulddare to stump the county for any
-office' on that issue, would be defeated
s bjua thousand majority. . .
One ol thei)lahks in the Liberal plat
form is a free ballot and a fair count.
I am f or itfeart and soul. Why am I
in favor or it? Didn't you all take an
oath to support the constitution of the
State as well as the United States, and
that right is guaranteed In both those
instruments. I pat this question : Is
there 3 single, solitary Democrat with
in the sound of my voice who,' since
1868, has been deprived of the right to
vote ? If there is let him speak. ,1 hear
no response, and I take it for granted
that there is none. How is it cm - the
otherside V Were all the ballots of the
Republican party fairly counted and
fairly certilied at the last election?
Mr. 'Day says he was elected to
the Legislature from Halifax county,
by the failure to count the Republican
vote, and a number of other instances
of a similar character are recorded. If
there is anybody here to-day who is
not in favor of a free ballot and a fair
count, let him speak.
On the matter of education the Lib
eral party proposes to apply to the Fed
eral government for aid to educate the
children. This subject Mr. Price elab
orated at some length.
T)n the subject of prohibition Mr.
Price said the Democrats say this is a
dead question. Then wbydo they in
ject it into their platform. Mr. Price
took an active part against prohibition
last summer, and he was denounced for
his cuurso.He would doitagain, because
he tbought.he was right, and the peo
ple had said so by a very large major
ity. It had been said that the Liberals
wns g inr, or had gone over to
the Radicals. Thtre never was a
greater mistake. There were four Dem
ocrats to one Republican in the Liberal
State convention, and having nominat
ed the ticket the llepublicans in their
convention endorsed it, and entered in
to an open coalition with them to elect
it. The Liberal party had made the
platform and they were willing for ev
ery man in the State to stand on it and
vote for it if he chose to.
It isn't a manly thing to say that
Price is a scallawag just because you
bitioni3ts, and;MriMerrimon. the cham
pion prohibitionist of all, was tendered
a vote of thanks f 6r his speech.
Mr. Price said. that Judge Bennett
xvaa au auti-pruuimiionisi, DUt ne took
care not to let tha fact be known for
nearly twelve months after the election.
wnar, is tne principal idea in the
Democratic platfafcn t It is hostility
w mo goiieitu guei uuienk. uurs is a
great governmentvmd it seems to me
that we should no only love it, but
perpetuate it, and whether we are to
be successful or nj1 I am for the snc-
1 : . I . . , : . .
The Puklic is requested carefully to
notice the new and enlarged Scheme to
be drawn Monthly.
CAPITAL FRIKF, 75,00e.-&
T1C.?ly V Share. Is Prprtln
cess of the Liber
what it makes me
ticket no matter
d Task the people
not to be moved bithin passions and
Mr. Price then p4 Mr. C. C. Clarke
on the witness stantfAgainst the present
system of county gMfrnment, and then
took Iris seat after felling spoken about
'an hour, amid cheSiiafter cheer and
round after round tiipplause,
Wooten will build
seed oil factory at
The first maturec
left on our table las
Tiie sad intelligen
Mr. J. c. Pass, a lea'
spectacle citizen o:
this citv Saturdav
event occurred near fj
jtnaving Deen srai
N. C. road owes $20j
uui. o. w. Andrews e:
Atlantic road owes t:
as much as the 020,001
Midland on the lease
out from the fact thati;
made so much im
. The trial of Jerre Ctfl
der of. Mary Eliza Ha
Thusday of the first wis
perlor Court, which beflis
on tne 2ist laar.. 5
Louisiana State Lottery Compmj.
& capital ofjfl ,()00.000-to ilctiTrervi
fund of fi60,000 bas since been added.
Uu ?,.verwll?1,?lns Poptdar vote KsfranchlBe
was made a Dart of trm nraaAni- s.. rvJJS
adopted December 2d. 1879; 1 w""u
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed by
fwiiib vi tuij ouue. it never scales or post-
Its GRAND SINGLE
take place monthly.
iFflEiiE mm iiiSf in
WK WILL PUT ON A
SOME GOODS AT PRICES THAT ARE BOUND TO SELL THEM, VIZ:"
NUMBER Drawings will
r: Mr. Simeon
operate a cotton
spew cotton was
Friday by Luke
bf the death of
S&and highly re-
mg. The sad;
n last Enday
that the Mid-
AV.WV Li, Vll' J ,
ott.n f f.nf I, .
(UUO IMiau LiilCl
ue from thej
e. figures this!
e Midland has.
j.ment on th
A SPLBNDID OPPOETUinTT
XU WIN A FORTTTNR NTWTH- fiDlVIl
winw, tuum 1, AT Alt W OBLSANS,
JUKSUAY, SEPTEMBER nth, 18Sa,
14Stk Monthly Drawing-.
look at the Followinsr Scheme, under the ex
ClUSlve Supervision and manmwmenr nf a
? BKAUREUAKD, of Louisiana, and Gen. JURAL
f- vi rirgmia, wno manage all the draw-
vi mis vompany, potrt orainsry and iml
"H?1? VP attest the correctness of the publish
CAPITA! PRIZE, t75,000.
100,000 Tickets at Five Dollars Each.
Fraction, In Fifths in Proportion
. . LIST Or PHIZES:
CAPITAL PRIZE, ,., J
or the muiN
ns is set ioiI
of Nash Sui
1 . '
2 PRIZES of 80,000.. ..
Wilmington Review imr. c. P. Lock-
ey. who was lately appanted a postal
route agent bet ween. thgreity and Chart
roite, nas rorwarded hia&f esignation to
Washington. ' ' '
; Oreensboro Patriot :'AiemporaryJni
juncnon nas taeen' grant
Uudger restraining thl
North Carolina Narrow
from further work on
line of the Western Nort
While almost very bod!
over t,ae prospect or. a nm corn crop,
our jamestown mends are left behind.
in tnar section there waspo ram from
aoout tn middle t May riftf il the past
week, and corn was so greatly injured
tnat it is ieared a hair crof will net be
vv uraington Star : Much So the sut-
pnse of everybody familiasr with the
case, we learn, Mr. Timothy C. Orr, the
om gentleman who wag so badly
stabbed hy his youngest soft, near Lil-
lington, Pender county, eo Saturday
the 30th ult, is recoveringV5 When his
wounds were first examined it was
thought impossible that he ;could live,
but, terrible as they were, tfcey yield to
treatment, and he-is now thswirit .out
UI.U Alt l V "
9 Approximation Prizes of S750....
Approximation Prizes of 600-..
9 Approximation Prizes of 250. . . .
iwo tnzea, amountmg to. 8285.500
Application for rates' to elnr.fi
made to ihe office of thn
For further information WrltA. fltanrtv irltHnn nl I
address. Send eiders by Express. Bettered Let
ter or Money Order, addressed only to
Jtt. a. DAUFHIN,
or M. A. DAUPHIN. ,
607 Seventh street, Washington, D. a
N. B. Orders addressed to K nrioan m -
oelve prompt attention. -
POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING 0 THE-
In the City of Louisville, on
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31st. 1882.
It is Impossible for
weakness after taking
a woman to suffer from.
Lyilia E, Plnkham's Vege-
wouiil ray Ten Dollars. per Itotilo
Brunswick county, Va., Nov. 5, 1881.
i nave Deen ent raiv curpri or mnet fvf.,i
looking and tiaintul sore on mv anki h. th
ui ai a. duo rerauu n vaiuaoie itemedy. It came
more man twelve months airo. vpr mnh uira a
iuig worm, i pamiea u wuu una iodine. It be
came a very painful and bad looking place, then
1 commetced to try everything I could think or
near ot, until it became so verv hainfui lhat i
couJd scarcely walk. Then I went to tbe best doc
tor ih me wnoie country ior advice, who told me
ne could cure me it I would take to mv bed nnd
there remain tor four or five weeks, and If I did
not do thi pretty soon It could not be cured at all:
the bone would become diseased, and mv font
wuuiu nitre io ue iaKen on. imagine now I ielt to
ueioiumai i wouio nave to lose my foot, or to
g.ve up ail business? Hther of Ihe remedies
wouiu nava rumea me. Jnlnd you, this was the
advlca of one of the best doctors in the State of
North Carolina, and this conversation took place
st leoruary. 1 continued to bum. as h adviwT
with caustic until September, but found no bene-
Hi at an i rum uis ireaimeni. i was men advise 1
Dymyinenasro try Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy.
1 ordered ha f pints from her, and took the first
d '&e ou the 17th of September, uslns the Wash
also, and now I am a well man, tbe sore Is entire
ly cured, and I can walk as far. dance as munh
and Jump as high as any man. Fur me back to
the first of September, let me know as much as I
now do of the merits of Remedy, and I would not
hesitate to pay ten dollars ner botUe for it if i
could not net it for any less. I think more of It
man any medicine i tver beard of. it Is not only
the best remedy in the world to purify the blood,
but I believe It will cure all skin and Wood dis
eases, ana it win certainly cure a love of strong
drink. Ifgives me pleasure to furnish this for
publication, as I know there are many suffereiH
who would be cured, eMild they know ol and ob
tain Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy.
very rnuy and respecuully,
JOS. R. MA90N, Jr.,
South Gaston, North Carolina.
Itfia dm mum oanwf tnintril lflrml m
uuwr yrvvibioiu 01 an a ci oi tne twnerai
sembly of Kentucky.
The United States Crranft Ctmrt nn mu.i.
rendered the following dcisiop.R-
ist i nat tne commonwealth Distribution Com
pany is legal.
In Its dravrtngs are fall.
The Company has now on hand a ramj
m , . 1 . 1 W . a . . ,vwl "
iiuiu. noou we us. oi onzes ror tat
1 Prize .
10 Prizes, $1,000 each
20 Prizes, 500 each
100 Prizes, 100 each
00 Prizes, 50 each,. 10.000
600 Prizes. 50 eW lo'nXn
1000 Prizes. in uh Jn'XXX
9 Prizes. 8800 each. InnrnrlinxHnn ivt'.ua M7nn
9 Prizes, 200 " "XX
t Prizes, 100 " '900
1,980 Prizes SllJIivi
Whole Tickets. 82; Half Tickets, 81; 27 Tickets
&0; 55 Tickets, $100.
Remit Monev or Bank Tiraft in inr n.
byKiDrei DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED
LETTER OB POSTOF FICW HRTiTCR rlvZrZ
85 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our ex
pense. Address all orders to
R. M. BOARDMAN. (Vuirlr-Jnnrnnl Rnfldlna
LoulsvlUe, Ky., or 809 Broadway New York.
Lace Mitts at 15c to 82c; Summer . Glorvea Sc to 35c
Hosiery at prices that wiU surprise you; LaaieflGause Un'
derwear at 25c; Job Lot Corsets at40c t6B2c; Samis at 93c
to $1.25; 2,000 yards Lawns at 4Jc, worth 81c: Dress Goods
n. fuT o r igurea luinen Jjawns at 14c to
30c; Cotton Satines at lOcj
Linen Collars and Cnffs, Crctoiifs, &e.
We have many other things that we will give yoa a bargain in, m4 an'1,;
and we will convince you that Sll)ft
.1 j.ii. i a:
f09 to eODM
a posiTOJE casi mm.
WE HAVE REDUCED
Our own Manufactured Suits, former price f 2260, now $18.00,
Uur f IS.UU and $16.50 Suits, 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 Snmmer Werw ear at Cost
F V . -
A Handsome Line of Boys' and Children's Suits at and Below Cost
JTALL GOODS. The mleei glren r
These Goods must be sold ia order tA aantira Ttnnm fn
strictly CASH. Call early an 1 secure Barealna. BesDeotfullr.
While other Baking Powders are large fy
aauiteretea wito Alum and other hurtful
LEADING FASHlQABLBTCl.DTlitR9 AUD TAILORH.
M l SIC flOU
CHARLOTTE, W. C.
Answer my ar
wli:tt the people
don't agree with him
gumcnts. That is
I am not hero to denounce anybody
or any party, but you have already
been told that the Democratic party
has been false to its promises, because
they had the lower house in Congress
six years, and the Senate for two years,
and yet made no effort to relieve the
people. 1 see that Mr. Ashp, of the
lialeigh News and Observer claims for
the Democratic party all the good that
was done. If this be so he and his par
ty m!:strtake the bad and bear all its re
sponsibility. In the Congressional, as
well as the Senatorial district in which
I live public sentiment at late elections
has been largely moulded by abu30 of
revenue officials. We told the peoplo
that' when we came into power we
would reduce the revenue, and we did
not do it.Theparty,forIwasnotin a po
sition to accomplish anything myself,
proved false to its pledges and false to
the people. How can I longer affiliate
with them with any sense of manly
respect? Why didn't they do what
they promised ? Mr. Beck and Mr. Bay
ard, both from their seats in the United
States Senate, said that the Republican
majority in 1880 was because the Dem
ocrats had not made their pledges good
to the people ; Bayard said they showed
their desire to reduce the tariff by elect
ing Sam Randall, a high tariff man, to
the speakership of the House. Mr. Vest
said he" would fight any man who.
would vote to repeal them:
. -The Democratic platform was a "tar
iff f Or revenue 'only," yet Mr. Han
cock came out. for protections Mr.
Ashe says the Republicansln Congress
were-responsible and yet the Demo
cratsvoted to lay - the question aside.
For my part I shall refuse to act with
f irm draws
tr lav Wde nrei udiees against biflL? It
'fa iafaatr anrl nnvoarftvl z-( i ;! if-'"'-.
The late Democratic convention was
a prohibition '.convention as Is proven
Sore Brotik'ng- t)ui Ora tlio l'ar and
l:aieigh,.N.C.,Sept 27th, 1881.
Mrs. Joe Person, Franklluton N. C.
uear maaam: -in reply to your letter. asking,
what 1 Uiink of ycuir Kemedr. I would say that
the s'des have bee?i very -fair, and. so far as I!can.
learn me Memaoy nas Deen yery sausinctort to
my customers who havo used it, especially so In
Um case of a little girl of this ctiy. ten yeaes of
ae, who was troubled for a long time with sOres
breaking out ovrr the f-ice and neck having tbe
appeaniace of Scrofula, and which had resisted
the usual alterative treatment lor a long time.
She took four boltles of the Bitters last spring,
when the sores entirely disappeared, and dp to
this time she has had no return of them, her skin
looking as fair and clear as any one's.
Trusting that you mar receive the success which
jour Remedy seems to merit, 1 am
Very respectf u ly yours.
WM. SIMPSON. Druggists.
Send for circular of remarkable cures In
tills State. 4 000 bottles sold, and not an unfa
vorable report. Kcr sale by druggists generally
iind by MrtS JoE PERSON,
Agents Wante l. Kranklntyn, N, C.
lepemocratid Jftate conven
i the color line. rls'nt il time
Iy Y Virtue of a decree or the Superior Court of
J Catawlia county, made in the case of E. C.
Shuford and others, plaintiffs, vs. A. M. Powell
and others, defendants, at Sprinn Term, 1882,. of
Catawba county Supei ior Court, the undersigned.
. as heceiver, will sell at Public Sale, at the Court
House at Newton, N. C, on tuksDAY, AUGUST
29th, 1882, the following Valuable Property,
The factory of the Long Island Cotton Mills, tpr
gether wli h 1 tHfc acres laud, including tbe entire
water power of seven feet head, factory building
60x40, two stories high, flouring and saw mills,
store and cotton houses, blacksmith shop and five
tenement houses, and the following machinery:
1 picker, 1 3rJ-inch double beater aud lapper, 6
86-lnch 14 top fiat cards, railway head, 2 drawing
frames, 6 deliveries each, 4 ring frames (Brides
berry matfe), all In good order, 2 Danforth cap
irames, spmaies. toiai numoer spmoies sio,
1 Travis card grinder, bunch and balling press;
also a large lot of old looms, pullles, shafting,
For more accurate and definite descrlpuon of
the property and tbe conditions of said sale refer
ence is hereby made to the decree above referred.
Also at the same time and place, I will sell for
cash tbe Insolvent evidences of debt due tbe Ca
tawba Manufacturing Company, as appears upon
their books. " , ' ;.
TERMS: Twenty percent of 'Purchase money
cash, and the balance In equal Instalments of
three months end six months, bond and approved
security required of purchaser, or the Receiver is t
by said Decree authorized- to vary -terms to suit
purchasers. The Receiver is also authorized by I
saia Decree to sen said property ai private sale,
upon such terms as shall be agreed upon between,
him and purchaser, and he will entertain private
bids until day of sale. --
Persons wishing to examine said property will
find Dr. A. M. Powell and Mr. Levi Shuford on the
premises, -either of whom will take pleasure in
showing tne same. Address
r;x;-tO.at' Z'x ' JOHN L. COBB, Receiver, ' r
?i- tf t-y: -ka XtncolBtoa. Lincoln county, N. C.
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I by. the act that-itff leaders were prohi- jms
-VTT ATER, Florida Water and Xmpnted Bay Sam
TT - for the toilet a fresh supply x vs ,
has been kept Unchanged in af its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is tie fact of
its haying received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, wfto have analyzed ft. from
its introduction to the present tf we, No
other powders sjtow so good resahlS'by the
true tstth, TEST OF THE OwL;
IT IS A PURE FRtHT ACTD BMrflG KNCER
STEELE & PRICE,
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cal Parties, by Srnatob -itfrxft.
It idves everrthlnz 'beaatbbi2..to
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trnlond ready wfererifej Sold
only by sutscrhiUmFMit subscrnsJ
by tlarrs sent dlreet wu forwarded
'by man or C. &. attlsrirni
HONTHOa. Co's expense. Ageati aow wanted.
: :Must apply early, for. teWtory latoe
V. COOPRR tug rapidly assigned,, Prospectus
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xty 20 NrthSevetttn Street fhlttL:::
TRE Undersigned takes pleasure "hi
VSp CltlTehs Of Chario. thnt Titi
Boomn are now complete and attneseifloa
puuiic. roi ano coiu Datns any,. none Qf the
day or night. His batlis are ereganW ntted' en
and sup. lied with all the eomrorts-ind eonre--i!
lend -a that modern skill cad 8ngjest;' CalI at ,
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LOST rVlANHOOD RESTORED.
AritimM ytrathfnl lnrpradeaca ctnimg fBou.
4ar Dfecjr.,Herrou Debiuty, Lot Mahood, etc,
haraur tried in raia ererr known rrnnwlr hM dia.
f fcovtrrd tjirirple self eure, which be trill eeod fjCSM
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Thousands of Musical Families throughout North and South, Carolina !are' tondln; to porch se
PIANOS and ORGANS In the Fall, when cotton comes In. yfaY WATJ? Bag it onde; and enliven
the long, hot SUMMER MONTHS with Music and make the HARVEST HOME" iHH more Joyful.
Unler our Mid-Summer Sale, we offer to sell daring the months of JUNK. JULY. AUGUST and SEP
TEMBBR, 1882, PIANOS arid ORGANS, of every make, style and price, at oar rery lowest QAsn nU
On PIANOS $25 Oashl Balance November 1st, 1882.
On ORGANS $10 Caeft, Balance Noymber 1st, 1882.
IF BAl.A7fCE C4TT BE PAID IN THE FAfcl : '
linger ume wui oe given, wrtn a reasonable; increase of price. All instruments ot every trade
pace included In this sale. Tell your musical friends of It. Write us for Catalogues, Price Lists
Circulars. This sale closes October 1st 1882. Xartr nurchium nmniM nuh nriMa nH lutiam.
jv Stx (ft) years guarantee, btool and Instructor with every Organ. Freight paid both ways If no sala
l PROF. WM. BAKER lamr authortzed Tuner and Rnnaiinr.
6 this house. . .
All work rflarmnte4. Send orde
TO MAKE ROOM FOR
IT A. L L 8 T O O
I WILL SELL FOR A SHORT TIME Oft THE
I JET S T A 3L m IS W T BBU A IT,
Part Oauh aa tbe Balaiiei in Weekly r SIMtlUr P:
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