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PRICE FIVE CENTS.
CHARLOTTE, N." C., TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1886.
i i ninwn nan miin i 1 mi
I 1ST TIIE CODE. j .
done Mrt R. Y. McAden hae been the
expression of my purpose to ignore
him, and to this : purpose 1Y shall
henceforth scrupulously adhere. r-. 5.
. . - Richmond PeAson, -
STATE HEWS. ! - ;
vmi tir xmmi of our iumomers
IS A GRAND SUCCESS
Lawns and Flouncings.
WE OFFER TO-DAY t
$140 Flouncings at
8i and 1Q
-f. Teanon's latest to Mr. Me
Aden. and. BIr, McAden's. "R-
plies. , ...!.
The Asheville papers of Saturday
nrmtam the . following- corresDon
We have iut received 100 pieces of Oriental dence: v- . v
;.. . . .. .v.;. .. 7,. " I : III I.I I H M III' III' J1 I1X1U All. I LW A .. OlIJ
Aaen made a violent assault upon
me without war-nipg, for words spok
en by me in debate in the House of
Representatives of North Carolina,
and for which I deemed it my d,uty
to hold him to a personal account. ,
On consultation 'with, friends, in
whose hands I placed the care of my
honor with the understanding that I
would submit to whatever conclusion
they reached, it was determined that
I "should let the matter drop, and
ignore the man and the assault.. ' ;
- Since then he has assailed botk my
honor and courage in the newspapers.
This second attack provoked the fol
lowing correspondence, which is pub
lished alter lull notice ana wicnoui
objection. It forms the necessary
sequel of that which has already been
forced upon the public notice without
May 21st. 1886. R. , F. McAden,
Esq Sib :' , - In an article recently
published you make charges against
my courage and my honor ;, coupling
with said charges an intimation that
you would either retract or make good
your words on demand. .
- I have now therefore to demand at
your hand reparation or satisfaction.
I beg you to communicate y pur an
swer to Captain J. R. Hamilton, who
awaits it at. Chester, S. C, and who is
by me fully authorized to act in the
premises.. , :
Absence from the State has pre--vented
earlier notice of' this matter.
IamS'r V -. . -
Your obedient servant, '
. . Richmond Pearson. ,
'nmniumrai "KT f Moir W "I
Ladles , Misses and Unilarr n7S Richmond Pearson, Esq-Qw.: Your
note of May J5180 nas just oeen nana,
ed me. - As I understand the note, it'
is a demand for an appology for a re
cent ;-: publication.) You should
remember that you first published an
article ina rratter in which I had no
interest and was in no way connected
with.- In this publication yoirre
fleeted on my po&ition as a gentle-
man . ' h
' In reply to this I published the ar
tide you complained of. ' In the res
ply,- in my own vindication, Ipub-
,. mr. m -i J Pl'Jff TT i-" lisnea a statement r.rom your mouu,
Si I If bfttf 3.71(1 htm liiLS. I Dr: Grifm. contradicting your ar
- ' - " -' 95'
c ' . 65
. . 36
- ' t -30
" - ' - A': , 27
' . r 6
Ones'! housand Children's Fane v Bordered handkerchiefs at one cent each.
after today we will sell them at two cents each until they are all sold. -Two-Thousand
yards Cream Crinkle at five cents per -yard, not over twen-
ty four yards sold to one persons: ' . : ' ' - .
All of our Fine 12i Cent Ginghams and Seersuckers" at 81 cent per yard
among tbem some that were jobbed in New York in the early part of the
season at 15 cents. - " ,-'-'
We wilt'have some Plumes for you later in the week, they have not yet
arrived. Come one and all, -
" SMITH BCILDIPH1.
First Moial :M Mft
The followiitg re
duction in prices has
been made on the
goods offered below: .?
42lBCball wolnunj Tllltig'at
" Battlste -
45e worth 60c
40c . f )c
Take advantage of
J 1 ! -
T. L SEIGlE.
SObth Tryon Street, - -
. . - DX1LSBSIH
Cbarlotte, W. C
BUTTON, CONGRESS 1 U?I SHOES,
.' . . ... ,. , f -i .
JenU fine Hand-Made ana Mohtae Sewed '
- . ; ' " ' :u- " ' -. r - . ;-" - " - -"r. -
BOOTS, BUTTON AND LACE BAlS,
BOYS AIf TOtTTSltS'
imB BOOTS AND SH0E3 OF AW GRADES
" GENTS' FINE
- VAIJSiSanct '
UMBRELLAS OF ALL KINDS,'
- ' 8BOB BLACKING AND BRUSHES,
Stock alwray8j Kept lull and
up to the demand.
ORDERS BY MAIL OB XXPRES3 PROMPTLY
Mma Polish for MeY Fine
' . .. " - . :-V''; r ' , . -,r"l t. y- i-.f' : 'i- t t ' '
- - - '--$- . -..; . ., s - - , . - ,, .. .
y ' '':.'' We expect a new arrival of - , .. . " ...
, - . At 3 cents er yard, J" -. 1 .
MONDAY QR .TUESDAY.
Other attractions will bo offeredt '
' . aoCCESSOBS TO ALEXANDKB HARRIS,
THE 0. K. BAKERY
ICE-CREAM SALOON' .
Opened for tha season: Ice Cream and Water Ices furnished to familes and
parties on short notice ' - '
Fresh" Bread, Cakes arid Pies Daily.
' Successor to Mayr & RoJ. "'-
lot of Potted Meats.' Canned fralfc. Pickle
CATAWB' CO,, Xt f
. Thi. i.,tt Minhrnied watering place 19
od for the accommodation ql tb yob.w, -h.
hJn niMd ad refurnisUed wlin new iur
muniment promise tliB bMt attention
lble- anu Uie table wUl be SopHiea wju
tnattbe market flprda. .j , r
tttit wmn AT.' PROPERTIES OF
- THE WATERS UNRIVALED
Vor DlMaies of Uie tlwr, Dysrpsla, Rheam".
Kldrer andiBrlnarf Dliige, and Oene 1
bllttr and Nervoo Prostration, and .a Heanmei
Location not to be found.-,, v
BATITIIOUSESl tOMPLE I E
Pool. Shower and Warm Sulphur, andTnri
Hot Atr, Vapor and Medicated itauia,
first Class Wa-
- U "amusement usaallf kept at
lerlng Places. .
.l WADDRLL A WIRE! '
Honses rented and rents collected, In the ..
CHABLOTTB RIAL E3TATX AfiXCY,
B. X. COC2XAA.5. auBt,
CLEVELAND SUNSRAL SPRINGS
ire-no, d en tor the ropptlm of visitors f
AreB4 miles west of Charlott, 3 miles from 8heK
b N C. andonly lmile from Oarolirur Central
tSi&n. wberea new depot has been erected and
beaatUnUy ttulsned for ibf bpneat of .
Visitors to the Spriop.
Plentr of ke secured for the season.
COLD AND HOT BAT US.
Tt1 eeet Tror.t Central Hotel. I Janeldtf
A good string band harbeen ewplqyed for the
Tte table will be tumtohed with thewy Jst
Huka miu be at the Springs.' Btatton oa the ar
rival of every train. - . .
Jf farther InformaUon addres
and ' with the statement added.
ftiitth remarks as I thought your con-
djt deserved.) As I still think I did
nothing more than the circumstances
demanded, I respectfully decline to
make an apology. . , "
I send this through the same chan
nel I received yours. . - '
Respectfully, " '
- . ' R. Y. MoAden. -
May 25th, 1886. -
R. Y. McAden, Esq.Sm: In my
note of x tue 21st inst. I used the fol
lowing words, to-wit: "I have now
therefore to demand ' at vour hands
reparation or satisfaction.!' In your
reply of ? the 24th iilst. you decline to
make reparation Due . avoia answer
ing my alternative demand for satis
faction, which I now repeat, in the
sense in which that demand is under
stood among- gentlemen. I. request
no the favor of a categorical answer
by the hands of : a gentleman, em-'
powered v by you to act with my
friend. Captain J. R.. Hamilton, who
awaits such ". answer at: Nicholson'9:
Hotel,-Chester, S. C. I am, sir, ;
Your obedient servant, - " ; '
. Richmond Pbarson.T
" CJharlottb; N. C, May 27 J
Rihcmond Pearson, Esq.SiB.:
Vours of the 25th received, iu which
you complain that my reply to yours
of gist was not responsive to your
demand. In reply to this I hive; to
say that, hacUI been so disposed, I
might well have declined lo take any
notice of your former , note since, you
therein couple your demand for an
apology with a manifest tbyeat This
I waived and r- declined you? demand,
fop reparation, which J construed
to be a demand for an apology. The
demand which, you now makQ for
satisfaction I construed to be ah invis
tation' to fight-a duel with you under
the Code. This l unnesnannRiy ue
cline.. I owe you neither reparation
nor satinafct.on in the sense m which
you:; d?mahd Us You f have twice
gratuitously wronged me by attemptr
ing to injure my reputation as a gens
tleman. Once m the House of Rep
resentatives of I North Carolina in a
controversy with Lieutenant (Jover
nor Robinson, and again in your re--cent
controversy with Greneral Jones.
The first I resented In a manner
which I thought the circumstances
justified. Long after I had reason to
hfiliPive that our first affair had passed
out of inind, you again wantonly as
aaiA me in a communication' thro
the public press and in a controversy
in which lhad no manner of concern.
To this I replied in a manner which
I thought, and, still ttynk be$tted ifly
character as a gentleoian. , - : .
I feel'itris not necessary for; me :to
pretend to fight a duel . to establish
my character either for honor, or
courage. No one knows better than
that, durlincr is universally
discountenanped aid is no longer
recognized among gentleman. It
t itan'A'At, hn f.oura'reous or honorable
to demand that to be done which the
laws of all civilizd countries pro
nounce ai felony ; it cannot be wants
ing in courage or dishonorable to des
cline to do that which the law forbids
under Us severest penalty. .may
add conclusion $hat the practice to
-which yoa invite me ig one which
by - the cqmmon understanding f of
mankind is most often regorted to by
those who are wanting in, the lelem
nf manliness and true courage.
Why challenge me a fight a. duel , to
rieLt vour wrongs when you are not
mv InfAHnr nhvsicallVf
rfot recognising any primpio ui suo
Code, -I will not eyeh send this by a
friendi'but through the channel I je-
ceived yours. ' ; Respectfully, :r; :
n. l.uuouiui. - .
The world v hag. .very , generally
agreed that dueling is a deploraMe
Trftf.t.ioe: but the Kenius of our mod
en civilization, while it pronounces
upon this practice its unqualified,
condemnation in candor wilLateo de
Clare that the dei ig more honorable
and rnore fair than the street fight
with conceded, but equally " deadtjr
weaponsin the use of which the mean
advantage- of the first, shot or ol a
blow without warning settles noth
ing butthe brutality . of the assail,
ftnti.''- t-"" ,. - 'r '---'-' ' -vn-
The only w rong which Xhaye ever
is Wilmington Star: Great interest
is felt in the matter- of - the. Onslow
railroad, project. Petitions in circus
lation asking that the question . of
subscription by the city be submitted
to a vote of the people have been
Bigned by a great many citizens.! .The
matter will be presented to the board
of aldermen Monday night. . : j
J Shelby Aurora : A Rutherford cor-
respondent writes us that Mr. James
Toms, of that place, and Miss i Lou
Carpenter, : . daughter of J. H.I Car
penter, Esq.. were married Tuesday,
Rev, C. B. Justice - officiating. ! The
wedding was a complete surprise
even to the friends of the contracting
parties Julia Blanton, - colored,
. wife of Dock Blanton, who lives on
B. Blan ton's place, became tired of
life's troubles,iand committed suicide
by leaping "from a second story win
dow on Sunday noon. She had been
insane for several days previous to
her suicide; -. - j - . -
Asheville - Citizen : We regret to
learn that Mrs. J. K. Connally is se
riously ill at her mother's residence
in Richmond. CoJ. Connally left for
Richmond Wednesday. .Mrs. C- has
never recovered irom, me severe
shock she experienced while recently
crossing the ocean. - We learn of
great destruction of tobacco plants in
Madison bv the bugs. : Maj, Rollins i
savs he has had one4-acre lot plant
ed four times, and he does not . think
there are now one hundred i plants
living on that lot; and -the same ex
perience is reported! by all his neigh
bors." The damage has been so great
that the farmers' have concluded to
at.fl.rvA r.ham mir. hv nlantirjer no more
plants. - The loss this year threatens
to be. heavy. - ; ., ; -r-..
Durhim Recorder:" We stated a i
few days ago .that Mr. Wmj Law
rence, who resides near Gath, in Or
ange county, was found dead! Satur
day night, and that two parties are
suspicioned -.-of. having . murdered
him. : That, quiet -, community ;ince
then has been, aroused as never be
fore. ; Suspicion rested on Lawrence's
wifoand a voung white man! named
Crawford.'; The physicians sayjhere i
is every indication of poisoningi The
parties have been "arrested -and? have
been on trial before the coroner' jury
since Monday. We have not ;iearned
whether the case has been concluded
or not The excitement .has been in
tense since the parties were arrested.
Mrs. Lawrence is about forty years
old and Crawford twenty-two, Craw
ford was in Durham last week and
spoke of buying some medicine for
Lawrence, . I;
I,- - ftjtOYAL HWJ11 "a J
This powder never varies A' marvel of purity,
strength and wholesomeness.- More eoonomlcal
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders.. Sold only
n cans. Wholesale by
- SPHmeS A BUB WELL.
JanaOdAwly - Charlotte. N. C.
: 10 Cent,
At this uniform price our entire
stock of untrimmed Straw Hats.;,
S FORMERLY SOLD AT
40 cents and 50 cents
Our entire stock of
: At this uniform price our entire
stock of untrimmed Straw Hats.
FORMERLY SOLD AT
CHILDRENS' THATS. 1 65 cents and 75 cents
42 Cents Worth 75 . Cents
Per bunch of 3 tips.
98 Cents Worth 1.75
: ? Per bunch of 3 tips. , .. '
To the VICTOR
' Pre-emirtnt in vry higher quilttj, U
HANAN SHOE hu become the recognized standud
iot fine weu among discriminating gentlemen..
For sale by
A. E. BANK IN KBOJ, .
Charlotte, N. C.
Plames At One. -lalf Their Actnal , falne.
News and Observer : Yesterday
Mr. A.- L. Woodall, a workman at
the planing mills ot Mft T. H.i Briggs,
was hurt and died in an hourj,; While
wnrkine at a saw. a plank caught in
A pulieyJMid an end of .tb0 plank
struck Mr. -Woodall on the abdomen:.
Two physicians were promptly sum
moned to attend him, Mr. Woodall
was a valued employee and j a good
citizen The, first passenger train
on the PittsbOro railroad was run yes
terday nearly as far as Gum Spring,
a distanoe of "nearly four miles from
Moncure. It carried a portion of the
excursion party of the First j Baptist
Sunday school of Raleigh which was
picnicking at; Haywood. The grad
ing IOrce ol convicts la now a uiuo
from Pittsboro. - The Record says
many people go out daily to see Che
orfe. Among tne convicts ib b.cui:
ored preacher who preaches regu
larly every Sunday to his lellow
' "Wilmington Review : Messrs. John
j. Fowler and .Gilbert H. Greene,
under the firm name of ; Fowler &
Greene, are moving machinery into
the building at the foot of Ann street
for the manufacture of buckets,pails,
kegs and wooden shuttle blocks. The
engine, boiler, and a portion of - the
machinery have already 4seen placed
in nosition. and: the remainder will
be setup during tb,e next week, and
operations will be oommenced imme
diately afterward, One oft the curw
ous labor saving maenmes aireauy ux
position is a cyliffdrical fiaw for saws
ing and ' giving the proper curve to
staves: , This is so arranged that 5000
Staves can be sawed in ten hours and
.ot any required thickness. Another
saw for tapering . and beveling the
edge of the staves. will make 4720
revolutions per minute. 'The mate
rial usedJor staves will bei, mainly
cedar, but the shuttle blocks will be
made of dogwood and persimmon, t
To the BEST constructed and
a finished Turbtne in the world.
' -: t ieatea peroenumeo, wuu iu
and full irate drawn, eatial to
any other wheel. "New pamphlet sent free by
BURNHARI BRl)8 ,YOKM. PA.
Ton are allowed a free trial ef thirty day of the
use of -Dr. Dve's Celebrated Voltaic Belt wltn
Electric Sngpensory Appliances, for the speedy,
relief and permanent cure of Aeroou Debility, lot
of Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred troubles.
Also for many other diseases. .Complete restora
tlott to Healtht Vigor and Manhood xnaranteed.
So risk to Incurred,- Illustrated pamphlet IneaUeA
miwtope mailed free, by addressiiiK . . :
T'YOLTAIO BELT CO., Marahau, Mich.
.:. .-.v. .... ; . !... . .... . , j
novl7dendftw7m ' i - . - -i
- , r At proportionately low prices.
DOWN WITH PKIGES!
! Whilst goods are still in demand. - , -
MOTE" tWm EEMCTIOSiS i s
Always 8afe and.always sure.
Vicente) by .mail.
-pillaMmWw)anii T-nfiies'lryspepsia Pillscprire
ana WhUker n Kb
it a cured at home with
out pain. Book of par
tieulnrs sent JFI1EE.
B. M. WeOLLEY.M. D.
now ;Hosl8ry. ' formerly.
11 cts. - j A pair for Boys Ribbed Hose. 15c
19 cts. A nair for Misses Colored Hose. .1 35c to 50c
19 cts. j A pair fo"r Ladies Balbriggan Hose j , , : . 25c
45 cts. j A pair for Ladies Black Lisle Hose " f . 65c
57 cts.- j A pair -for Ladies Col. Lisle Hose : ' , 7 75o
Dress Goods. , formerly.
Pr- yd for all wool 40 in Canvass Cloth
Pr yd for all wool 36 in Nun's Veiling
Pr yd for all wool 36 in De Beiges
Pr yd for every yard of Fronch Satteen
Pr yd for Domestic Satteens, 31 in wide
DECK'S PATENT IMPROVED CUSHIONED EAR DRUMS
rokilt unou thk ami perlonn mo wor v in
Uxnl dram. Iaiibi, comorujble mad tlnyt in pulttoo. All
cunwatiop and mwUipen heard distinctly gend fori tint trtt
book with tastinwntali, FREE. AddFMOtcaHoa F. HISCOX,
849 Broaiwmy, SatrYork. hlwtUoa thU paper.- - ,
AH Parasols at Strictly Cost Price.
Reductions in White , Goods,
in Mir win fs
L I y V I " y .rmK-rrna -OTTO V A T?T
II PDtrIBIrlW lit I TM KBK T AK J III X lan j. iJJ-ioy
. OI I.UIH-.I i I ... ; For 40 in. India Linen. V For 22
in white Strp. mousselaine
CENTS PER YARD
S3 in. white plaid Mousselaine
- Slmp'est, MogtDnrWe.Keonomloal and Perfect
lnuae. Wastes bo Gr&ln; Cleanses it Eeadj tor
Market ; ' - - - :
TtrftsJiing Jngines and Horse Powers
Saw Mills and Standard Implements 6enerallr .
Send lor Illustrated oataloguo.. - , . -1 j
; Ju B. TARQCHAB, ;
An Appeal. , in the.
Boston Herald. J, :
7 Tt : fJnnerrPHS stbn ' sending 3 the
President bills for the present. It
would be most ungenerous to test hist
capacity to say 44no" On his Jweddiog
week4 Let the officeeekers gp, to
work, " go afishing, go anywhere,
rather than to the "Vhite House. Let
the Canadians illustrate international
courtesy, and show-that the! warmth"
of love is honored even in their cold
clime, by permitting : xaneea ssipt
pers to buy bait m ineir. parts, untu
the President gets down from Ely
sium to his desk again. It would be
most unkind to trouble him now
about a : cold-blooded" " and; prosaic
thing like fish. Let the Democratic
papers cease - nagging the .President
for hot giving offices to the faithful
as rapidly as. they think he ought to
do. Tne spoils wHl keep. Ogor Cupid's
nnd Hvmen's sakes. let the clamOrers
forget " the partisan- and toast -., the
pridegroom.i . Even the . Mugwump
can afford to forego for a fortnight
his unalienable risrht to find faults
Accopdingt ' to all accounts,. ; there is
positively no fault to be. found with
the bride. She is a lovely tnd per
fect tjpe of ho flower ol womanhood
n American girl. t
If too have a feeling ot oppression and uneasl
neVa Uttie above the diaphragm, and Jiist below
fie right ribs, aggravated bj iylng on- the. right
aide, look out! as sure as fate, your Uver Is dlSK
orderS. Perhaps not seriously as ret, twtfatal
heratie abscesses are not nncommorr. HQstetter s
Stomach Bitters Is the precise remedy 40 regulate
the Uver. and prevont Its congestlott ndolnflaf
matlon, and to d'seuss such- minor Indicia of its
derangement as ellowDess,ot tha sWn andball ot
toeeje" lurredT tongua, sourness of toej&reath.
T.T Vn'Snaflhn. Bv- letexln stue
Kwais MwfSiivTiT opSus Tchannol of exit, fwl
the superfluous bile. checM a wnaencrwj centre
fton and engorgement ofthe llvertb same
Urae giving a gentle impetus to Its secretive action,
wm affords relief to the stomach, which ta suaUy
Inactive, out of order aod oppressed with wind
wnethe oowels areoosUve:- TJse the Btttera also
and ague, iheaiMt.arlUdney troub as
tt tm csnnn's Liver Bills for SaHow ; Complex j
ton. Pimples on tha Face and BlllonsnesB. Jiever
SdntsrlMav Oalvpnelora doaej . SaaEes
Pennsylvania Agricultural Works, York, Pa.
mayadanvim ' ' ---i-
I CURE FI11S I
Wheulsay cnreldonot mesjimereU tostop thB ..
for a tiiae nd then have them return aajnOmean
radical core. 1 have made the (ttoeaoe ot FITS, KPJ.
or FALLING SICKNESS a life-long stody. I
warrant my remedy tooare le worst oa6e. Beoaoaa
ether have failed fcno reason for notnowMceivtog a
'cure. Send at onoe for a treatise and a Free Bottle ol
my infaiuhle remedy. Give Express and Post Offloa. .
It aastsroa nothing for a trial, and 1 will cure yon.
' Tho Orljrtnal and -Only Ctenulme, j ,
Safc and always BeliaMe; Beware of worthless jiitatteni. .
i IntopeMabte to LADIES..- Aak yoM ftriiglat tat ,
. "Cfcteheater'a kmkivm" wan ao maw, or luoiose m.
Beductlons - in all Be
THESE PRICES FOR A LTMITED TIMfi ONLY.
CHARLOTE, N; C.
(tumps) to na for partieulnn n 1ht by return auulw
AtJc toz GlitckM
5 - MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 4 '
' HEALTH ijfli FliEASlTBK ' RESORT.
- XD1ttT0BTABt, room cottage, pantry and
i. KttcheA, within a lew hundred yards of the
(fraded school, and sl acres of land for rent to v
good tenant Apply to j
I am an old man. For 28. years I suffered with
ulcers on my right leg as tUe resttft of typhoid
'favar Am nutation was suseested as the only
nf TtrAHarvtne li fn: The doctors could do
nothing lor-me, and thought I must dte. If or 3
sears I never had a shoe "on. Swift's Bpet'lfio has
made a permanent cure and added ten years to my
Ule. - - - Ww. R. ItKJtO, Hall Ca, faa. -
I have taken Swift's Speclflc for blood poison,
Mtnrrantcvi at medical coilese at a dissection.
while I was a medical stndeut, I am grateful to
any that It gave me a speedy and thorough cure
after mj parents had spent hundreds of dollars for
treatment. - -- . - ,
- Arjatwrca WEEPS!., m. l ewaxn,i.i.
Mv wife from arly girlhood has been suffering
from rheumatism. - She has tried many lemedie.
and I mustfrankly say has derived more benefit
from Swift's SpedSe than from all the oikera, after
long and taitnrui tnai . . .-.
'BaT.JAjf&Tri.' Fines, Oxford, Ga.:
Bwift'a Speelfle is entirely "egetaWe. Treatise on
tainnri and slrln ntwiuni mAlled free. - - -
Thk swtff Spbciwo Co., Drawer 3, AUanta,Ga.,
or 159 w.awat.t. x. .
FOR SALE. !
99x150, adjoining the prp-
oif Trade street. Shade ree n. the lot.
j-- i--r-' -:i--J."- "-- ' - ' - " ' ' - ' 1
v&&mr L - -
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' TTnlmnTmrnrl kit
OO party of J. H. Emory, t- P. Irwin and other,
MILES WEST OF CHAItXOTTE ON THE ATLANTA " CHARLOTTE AIR LINE ' R. R,
Heal Estate Agemcy,'
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B. X. OOCHBAKXt Manager - -
- Hn. Joe -JPew ., Bemejlf -
to gantteoWBtoodPuTlffeT on the market, -f
' The above Eesort wa; newly .biiilt Vast Season, ia beautilMly located and elegantly ; fur
nished . Has an open fireplace in every room; -' New r bath house and bath rooms. Iew
Dancing Pavillion. The table supplied at au times wiin "SrtVa 1"
Ueasonlble- For-further information adoress COZZENS &:THOMAi3 .
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All-Healing P. p., Gaston t?oimty, N. ,0.
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