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THURSDAY. JUNE 10. 1888
CARDiH AE. GIBBOW. ;
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An Impremire Ceremony to Take
I'laea aflhe BaI.iu.ore Cathe
received , in Baltimore
vestwday of the confirmation by the
L6f,Srl at Home of the noimAa-
lion of Archbishop Gibbon; to the
uon Tin-we Batisfaction I
cara - , tfae 1
to ail wnu wb. nfTn,.
" .it th honor will take I
i! forrinc loe Iium'i
At the Cathedral in Baltimore 1
nn Wednesday, June 3tn a AW:ov
event.; OT;u Ka
The bearer 01 xne unrren
Monsignor Germand Stramero who
Sas Mucciali" of the Pontifical Ifebla
..a vha Mnat Rev. Peter R Ken-
Archbishop Of Sfc. Iuis has
been appointed aprons
Ser the ber retta. Pontifical high
iaiuici ii,t0H -hv the Most
mass will oe ui" "J - , . ,
iV u t wniiMtna. Archbishop
?v"u" - .Prmon will be
preached by the the Most Rev. P. J.
Rvan" Archbishop of Philadelphia.
Upon ; ineir -ix Vxr,,.
Monsignor Straniwo and Ooun Muc
cialiwiJl go to the residence of hja
SnS on North Charles street
wher the Count will present him to
ihe rcarh .kull-cap. At the cere,
I1IUIJT VL w a ...
tKa mt,h. there wiu uo
t nU rhaiia Will OR a
procession of the archbishop bish
i,vmfn. students of .St. bul
ops, clergymen, students
Baltimore, and or ct.
.VSrwiiU T TCUiott City. ; Sol
emn pontifical mass will be celebrat
ed in th presence of his Eminence,
the bishop and the clergymen assist
ing the ceJeorant.
At the end of the mass the cere
monies proper to the occasion wiu
1 Tha dnrtuments 1 tjromoting
the' Archbishop -to the cardinalate
will be read and an address will oe
made by the Archbishop of St. Louis
to the Cardinal, which will be replied
to by the latter. The ber retta will
will be read, and an address will be
made by tbe Archbishop of St. Louis
to the Cardinal, which will be replied
to , the iatter. The ber retta will
be carried solemnly from a side table
h Unnitiencr Straniero. the ablegate,
.hH,RhoDKenrick.who will con- I
it. Ordinal Gibbons. The Te I
D-um will be sun? followed by the
usual prayer. His. Eminence wul
meanwhile retire to the sacristy, and
put on the ineignia of the new digni-
tw and returning win auurew mo
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qwyKJ- IUU w v... ..
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When the honor was coterrea
upon the late Cardinal McCloskey, m
St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York,
the number of persons who desired
to be present was so great that tickets
of admission had to oe issueu, so as
to prevent uncomfortable prowdhag,
ex President -fcrthn, wto
collector af the port Of New; York,
Qcoupied-oae erf tbe reserved peats in
the front row.' - . ! !
The ceremony began with the en
trance of a procession of acolytes and
surpliced priests from ,tne sacristy,
who were followed by representatives
cf various religious orders in their
picturesque habits. After a short in
terval JuriDg which the vast build
ing was filled with joyous music
from a large choir, a magDificient
spectacle was presented as the richly
robed visiting prelates emerged from
the sacristy and took seats of honor
which bad been assigned them.
Following tbe prelates were the celes
brants of the mass, Cardinal McCJps
key, the ablegate and the member of
the Noble Guard, the : guardman
wearing his dazzling uniform.
Towards, the end of the mass the
ceremony " of giving tbe ''Pax" or
kiss of peace was introduced, fax
was given from one to another until
passed along to right and left all
through the sanctuary. ' At the con
clusion of the mass Cardinal McClos
key rose from his throne and knelt
at the left side of the altar. Arch
bishop Bayl?y,of Baltimore, who was
the apostolid legate, stepped down
from his throne and knelt at the epis
tie side of the altar. The ablegate
stood' beside Archbishop: Bay ley and
read aloud the message from" the
Pope setting forth the reasons which
induced him to elevate Archbishop
McCloskey to the cardinatial dignity.
He then handed to Archbishop Bay
ley tbe brief authorizing him to con
fer the barretta on the newly ap
pointed Prince of the! church. The
Archbishop replied in Latin, and
transfered the brief to the deacon of
the mass, who read it to the congre
gation. . . . :
The abkgate handed the barretta
to Archbishop Bayley, who1 put it
upen the head of Cardinal McClos
key, addressing him in Latin "Em
erentia tua." The Cardinal made a
brief address, and after intonincr the
TeDeum retireu to tbe vestry and put
on the purple robes of his office, and
then returned to tbe altar while tbe
choir sang the Te Deum. . At the
elose of the hymn the Cardinal gave
the benediction. -
The barretta is a square cap with
projecting corners rising from its
crown. There la usually a tassel in
the middle, where the corners meet.
It is worn on ordinary : occasions.
The red hat, which the newly elected
Cardinal has to go to Rome in person
to receive", is worn twice only when'
he receives it and when he dies. The
zucbhetto or skull pan whirls io
brought to an absent cardinal by the
noble guardsman .is isuaUr nrononf '
nA - - ' 7
ou w niiu iu private.
, uardmal Gibbon's outfit is being
made by John Av Garrita. th tiXnr.
at St. Sulpice Seminary. The mate
rial is scarlet silk Ifish nnnlln Th
outfit will consist of . the cassok. tbe
cappa magna, the rochet, the cape
and the berretta. The oassock js a
elose-flttHjg garment, waChing to the
heels. The csppa .magna is a long
flowing vestment, with a hood lined
With 8flk! or with fur. aravtrrlino-
the season of the year at which it is
worn. The rochet is of linen, with
sleeves reaching to the hands, t Tbe
length and closeness of the sleeves
distinguished it from the surplice. J
wiu mite bvooui 43 yards ot mate
rial to make tbe outfit, Mr Gerrits
also made the outfits of Monni
McColgan. of Baltimnrn. Tliah
G'Sullivan, of Mobile ; Monsignor
vuigiey, ot Charleston, and Bishop
.There seems to be an impression
that the elevation of Cardinal Gib
bons will make necessary the ap
pointment of a coadjutor of the Arch
diocese of Baltimore. This is a mis
take. The principal duty of a cardinal
is to vote at the papal elections when
ever there is a vacaney in the papacy.
Coadjutors are appointed on account
of che infirmities of age or disease of
of the principal or when the diocese
may be very large. Cardinal Gib
bons was made coadjutor of the
Archdiocese of Baltimore because
Archbishop Bayley was not" strong
nough to do the work. ; As Cardinal
Gibbons is one of the 'youngest pre-'
lates and in good health, there is no
need . for a coadjutor. The report,
therefore that Bishop Keane, of Rich
mond, will be appointed coadjutor of
this diocese has no foundation. The
report was started upon the alleged
authority of the R9V. Dr. Capelle, of
.Washington, whose emphatic denial
was published la-the Ban. Since thi3
The mreer of Cardinal Gibbons has
.! v,MnterTot.ially American, as ,
he has earned his promotions by his j
Lrt: unaided br other influ
c. v - -, - - , .
.-TTto hiatirv IK tOO Weil SUUWii
in this city and throughout the South
J 1 J u a v . . . 1
wniaiTnrvrt lis- wnn unui.ivw
Cothedral.and educated i Dtv,uan
Mai-v'r f!olletres. where he
constantly led hia . claj, , orsd woo the
mpect of the students by his talents
ani lheir affections by his nowna
17,, never a classmate of Bishoi
- n , 0 186, he wa3 0rs
1 a, iifi'a Chanel, at
,k Rpminarr on Pace street.
he became in euccepston
at Totrint'a nhiirch. Brxad way pas'
tor of St. Bridget's Canton, a member
nf Arohhiahon Soalding's household
and his private secretary. Vicar-apos
tolic of JNortn uaronna, otsuuv
T?ir.hmrnrl and COadlUtOr tO ArCnDW
kt RovIkt of Baltimore with the
iht. nt ourecsion. And now ne
Koa Mancjl a prftwnine honor tQ the
mi,.itnalnfca. the eeremonv of confer-
hi(h will take Dlace on the
25th anniversary of his ordination to
Uq priesthood. . -. -
IIOW IT IS IN BALEIGO.
Oaestlan t What the taw Is-
' s "Spirituous" Include Malt
a nflftial fiom Raleieh savs:,"The
prohibi SJ W S
ties have behaved well, which was to
hnvn twin aznectad. as Kaleighis one
nf the most orderlv places in the
countrv. - The majority of votes cast
here yesterday having been for "pro
hibition," the next question to be des
cided is, does such vote prohibit the
sale of malt liquor, wines, and cw
derf The Code in one section only
mentions ."spirituous liquors.
whereas another section refers to
being in regard to
ffrtAin towns whose Drebibitorv law
8 aEf act passed by the iLeglature for
such town or locality. It would
geem there is a distinction conceded
by the two sections between 'spirit-
UOU8 liquors" and "malt liquors."
Aeain. another section of the Code is
entitled "An act to encourage' the
manufacture of domestic wines." 'It
is hoped this "vexed question": may
be settled at once, so tnat trouble may
not grow out of it. There lias been
much comment today upon the ques
tion whether the law closing the
liquor-saloons went into operation at
once. The official returns will be
opened tomorrow, and from the mo
ment the law goes into effect. Solic
itor Galloway, of this district, who is
here, says this is true, but that he has
had a consultation wjth represents
rive prohibitionists and an$i-probi
feUjonistS; and they are. all advising
the givta Of reaaajBabLj twne to the
lisju&fsdaater to wiad up their busi
ness, I The time agreed upon is July
1st next. The Solicitor wul until that
time institute no prosecutions Other
people claim that tbe grand jury
must needs take up cases if any liquor
is sold after the official declaration of
the result of the flection is made The
liquor dealers have . today been in
conference with lawyers. There is
talk of injunctions and appeal to the
Supreme Court but whit will be done
is a mystery. It is said that some of
the Raleigbr dealers will go to Dur
ham, which is a wet to wn. ' Others
say that a fringe of bar rporog will
surround the city iust outside the
township limit. Undoubtedly under
tbe influence of the latent heat of the
contest, both victors and vanquished
any auuia extreme tZjiHgu,
Sueins; Iler Father for Preaah pf
A curious suit for breach of promise
will be tried at the next term I of the
Burlington county (N. J.) Superior
Court. Miw Ella Wjlcox, a young
woman well known in the society of
Mouut Holly, became engaged to be
married to John Cook, of the same
place. Mr. Cook went through all
the regular formalities," and asked
Mr. Wilcox's consent to marry his
daughter.! The wedding was to have
taKen place on May J.8. .. -Three days
before the . wedding day, for some
unknown reason. Mr. Wilcox chane
ed bis mind about the desirability of
jar. jook as a son-tn-iaw, and said
tbe ceremony would not take place.
When Miss Wilcox told Mr. Cook of
this change in feeling on the part of
her father, the prospective bride
groom got angry and left the house,
saying that be - was disgusted and
was going away never to return. Miss
Wilcox thought tbe matter all over,
and tbe more she thought, tbe more
angry she became at her father. Last
week she hunted up a lawyer, and
with bis assistance she began a suit
for $10,000 damages for breach of
promise against hr father, alleging
that he was the sole cause of her
lover's enstrangement, and that she
needed about that amount to patch
up her broken heart and hunt up an
other fellow. It is believed that this
is the first suit ever begun for breach
of promise in which the girl's own
father is tbe defendant.
. nil Darling.
' European papers are telling that at
Paris a few weeks ago Miss Folsom,
now Mrs. Cleveland, was entertained
at a matinee musicals by some prom
inent members of French society.
Conversation turned on her . coming
marriage, and one of the company, a
daughter-in-law of the Duchess de
Persigny, deplored the fact that the
wife of a President has no title.
"You will only," she said, 'be called
Mrs. Cleveland." "But that name,"
replied Miss Folsom, "will be for
strangers only. The . President has
Conferred a very higl title upon me,
bj which I will always be known to
him. "A title? And what,: pray?"
"His Darling!" "Ah, then you can
ask nothing better!".
State Deception to be Ifext Toes
ay. ' j
Washington, June 9. The State
reception to be given by President
and Mrs. Cleveland on Tuesday even
ing next, to which cabinet, diplomatic
corps, judiciary, congress,, officers of
the army and navy, heads of certain
bureaus and ladies of their families
will be invited. -The hours of recep
tion will be from nine to eleven p.
m. . The general reception to which
the ptiblic are invited without cards,
will be given on the following Friday
evening, June 18, from nine until
eleven o'clock. Mrs. Cleveland will
not be at home to callers until after
uFallnre of a Butter Factory. .
-"' i- Owner., .
Chicago," June 9. A Journal's
Woodstock, Illinois, special says:
Late last night - it was learned that
W. A. Bois, owner of twenty butter
factories had failed.. More than one
hundred thousand dollars in claims
are already filed. The failure also
caused the-banking house of B. S.
Parker to close. -
CUBE FOB SICK- nEADlCOE.
Tor proof that Dr. Sunn's Liver Pills cure sick
heada he, aas vouraruegist for a free trial pacli
ae. Only one for a do-s. fcesular size boxes, r5
C;,nU. xill tij L. E. Wriston.- ...'-.'.,-
An Ixipo'Wr iiuiirotcuiciii .al
. -m a m
ready Secure tj iurs. thieve-
l.nil A Trifle Which Has Hurt
Attorney General GarlaudGos.
ip lAhout ; MaunInR?s Betire
ment-'A Jniuuei uaneer to une
Ilouae. : - - j -
yew To k World. ' - - ' -.-
Tho rinorts from" Deer Park yes-
ar.iav were verv interesting w jtuo
----- . . ...1
politicians, in inecoiumu iiu tu-.c-nuarters
of notes concern tug 1 the
Vt.oirianr.'a vimil... uiic uumw, ca
licpj.' - - J
Kmihfc out which snowea a irwuieu-
Ar,na hMTifi-ft in him. If his marriage
can m. ke so much of a change ir his
opinions and methods or aomg oubi
ness in so short atime.a perf efit rievo
lutirtn :- ma v be expected within a
sent for the representatives l the
newspapers that he bad oeenaoagmg
fixr t hft last sir months. He repre.
sented to them in a surprised, almost
grieved way that ha had been mi8
rporesented. He had never mad? any
mystery concerning uus uiajnogo w
his movetnents.- ne wuus
public had a rht to know all about
him. This freely translated means
that Mrs. Cleveland has brougnt tne
fvh lirht of youthful observation
onH womanly tact to bear upon Mr..
- - i mi.
niavpland'a bachelor reserve, ane
President's openness in talking to the
members of the presS yesterday was
Via direct opposite of his whole policy
up to the day. of his wedding.! , The
White xlouseiwas tne neaaquartera
of miaanformation. xne tresiaens
did not tell a single one or nis tjaoioet
offlnera that he was to be married
until the day the announcement was
given out to the Associapea i-reas.
He was opposed to any detail of the
wedding ceremony uemg giveu . uut.
Thin reserve was carried to sucn an
extent that the leader of the Manne
band did not dare to furnish the pro
gramme of the music rendered upon
that? occasion, because he had re
ceived strict orders that it was not to
be furnished to the pubhcJ The
change indicated in the despatches of
yesterday promises well for what is
now considered the truly new admin
istration. If Mrs. Cleveland takes
the same interest in politics that she
has shown in her husband's; affairs
since going to Deer Park, it is proba
ble that other improvements will
soon be noted.. . i
It is strange how asmall thing will.
turn a strong tide against a public
man. I think that AttorneyGeneral
Garland has lost more of his stand
ing in Washington by his neglect to
attend the President s wedding than
by ma connection with tbe rn Elec
tric business. People do not forgive
rudeness and ill breeding as easily as
they would worse offenses. I Wash
ineton society has condemned Mr
Garland for nis incivility, and it is
nrpbabis that his dtelmatinri wpst
have some effect upon Mr. UJevriAna. .
Tbe President dc9u-d to have all of
his cabinet family with him. There
was no reason why Mr.! Garland
should not have gone eyen if hp had
taken an absurd vow that be would
never wear a dress suit. The Presi
dent absolved him from breaking thid
vow. and told him to come in a
straight, frock if it so pleased him.
and rather insisted upon his ooroiag i
But Mr. Garland perbisted in bis
refusal. said t-hat he had made
up bis mind that he woy'fj never go
into society Bgain, and be could nop
accept any invitation, not! even the
President's. He thus set up bis own
personal prejudice as a br to polite
ness. The Attorney -General certainly
has no reason for. pot gomg into
gociety. He is a handsome,' dietp-guisd-looking
man, and has - a
straight, powerful figure, which
would look particularly' we) in an
evening dress. He is an agreer
able conversationalists, and has a
mind well stored with all kinds of
information. He is a yery general
reader, and s more thoroughly
equipped for interesting and enter
taining people than almost any jather
ppe ot nis uawmet afsx;iate8.
. Mr. Manning went away yesterday
None of bis friends expect that he
will cone back here in tbe fall, al
though tbe president is ! anxious to
retain him. From some of the in
mate friends of tbe Mannings if is
learned that the Secretary has never
Been over much pleased with bis po
sition at Washington, and has not
been upon the most cordial and inti
mate terms with the President. By
this it is not meant to convey the
idea that there has been any c jolnees
oetween tnem, anything which would
amount to a rupture, or anything
even approaching a quarrel. - Mr
juanmng nas simpjy round tnat no
President, and Mr. Cleveland least of
ail- like to be ULd r special - obliga
tions to any one. -The average
public man wbo.reaches high place
s rather inclined to resent the influ
ence of the man who was particularly
promment in helping him to that p
jamoq, .Air. manping was not Mr.
weveianos chiet adviser. The Presi
dent bad great confidence in him
ana neyer interorertg with his man
sgamentof the Treasury Department.
but he never consulted with him
concerning matters of general policy.
Mr. Manning never has agreed with
tne rresiaent in bis political policy
tie thought that it was a very bad
policy to ignore the. leaders of the
Democratic party after the election,
and he has always been opposed to
the giving of so much weight to the
opinions of ; the . Mugwumps. - Mr.
Manning has been fn favor of giying
tueiu uue ci rait, out has also -been in
favor of putting the party leaden
into power. If he could have had
his own way he would have divided
the subordinate ounces of the Govern
ment so as to have appointed Demo
crats to eft least half bf the clerkships
IU the departments After that hnA
been done he would have favored
their retention in office during gocd
behavior, leaving partisanship out of
the question in tbe management of
the minor offices, - .
- Disitilleriea and Moonvhlners
. Chattanooga, Tenn., June 9. A
posse of revenue officers made a raid
in Cumberland couutyi last night
capturing three large illicit distilleri
es in -full operation and a crowd of
moonBhiners - . , . ,
8TARTLIK6 ntTX TBtE. i,
Wn.u Point, Texas, December L lb5 After
nfferlng tor more th three years with dls
ease of the throat aim lungs, I got so -low last
spi ng I was enUrely unable to d anything, and
my cough was so bad I scarcely slept any at mgbt
Mv druggist, Mr. H. K Goodnight, -entni' a trW
bottle Ot I'B ROfiiNXO'i COUOH AND XUNtt 8TKCP.
I found relief, and after using sit 4.10 Dottle , I
was entirely cinvd. - - 4. M. Wklden.
Sold by L. B. Wriston. . , - - .
" "v-DaNnsrer! ii 'tiy0f'i:
If you have a feeling of oppression and uneasi
ness a little above the diaphragm, and lust below
tbe right ribs, aggravated by lying on the right
side, wok out! as sure as fate, your liver is dis
ordered. - Prhaps not seriously as yet but fatal.
htpaUc abeces8 are not uacommon. Hoetetter's
Stomach Bitters is the precise rt-medy to regulate
tbe liver, and prevont Its congestion and Inflam
mation, and to dscuss such minor indiela of its
derangement as yellowness ot the skin and ball of
the eye, furred tongue, sourness of the breath,
nauw-a on rising In tbe mo nlng, dizziness, sick
headache- and eonsttpaUon. - By relaxing tbe
IkimIi nalnlesslv. it oDens a channel of exit for
tbe supeifluous bile, cbecks a tendency to eonees
tlon and engorgement of the liver, at the same
time giving a gentle Impetus to Its secretive action,
ane affords reiief'to the stomach, which Is usually
inactive, out of order and orpraesed with wind
whn t.h t,nwels are costive Use tbe Bitters also
In lover and aue, rheuBaaiism and kittoey roub.es
Tneanastionhaa onbabbr been aaksd tboassnds
of times, "flaw can Brown's Iran Bitters core ey-
thineF'- well, it doml. not tt aoeseunany on
tim iiliii li nyinlalil.1 lillfwfiisil tttwild lawmi ilmlBOIt
Physicians ncupuse Iron as the best teahntivs
agent known to the ppofeasion. and isuiuirr sox '.
leadfagohenissalnmwiHsnbiiUnriatw feeassertaon .
tnat tnere are man mypmmaam q inro mini,
ower BoDetaoce asea m msaicue. inauim w
impartazxt Uuct-r in suoonnKful medical practice. It is,
h&werer. a rPmArkAlile fct. thaX pnos- te the discor-
ly satiafaotosy iron eatbinatioa had ever bean lonnd. 1
BROWN'S IRON BinERSSrX
. heaa;h, or produce eunsUpaUon all other irs
nediciiira do. BROWN'S IRON BITTK8
csnres) Indigestion. BOJoiigBeos, Wenlriiw , ;
Drspepaia, Alalariu, OMHa aa Feren,
Side, Bark r Limls,Hetidaclie and Newrnl
gta. all theae ailmnnWi fronts ptneuibed daSy.
BROWN'S IRON BIHERS.-t-:
minute. Like all other thomngh medicines, it acta
atomy. vneo taken by wum toe trrst symptom cc
benefit Is renewed smmt. The muscles then beeoma
. firmer, the diagtlon iinitroes. the botrels age active.
m ww theeffect ia tstoally nrae rapid and marked.
Oneyaf begin at once to-brighten; the skin clears
p; Healthy color comes to the cbseks: nerwaness
Asippnsni; Aactaoaal derangements become regn
lar. and if auisiBg mother, aaondant snstenanoe -is.snpnned
for Ueyi4. Remember Brown's Iron
Bitten is tne ON'X. jTiton medicine that is net in
' jnriona. .nytiiitaM'fiiggitffrttomwtemdU.
TheGennine has Trade Mask and crontad red Uses
- onwraaper. TAKE NO rTHE&.
OFFERS TO THE
Wholesale i Retail Trade
A Large Stock of
f&i?. Vgjaisbes, Etc,
ONE CAR LOAD
A I h AT ClyOSE PBIGES.
- fUSD C. UUN2LSR.
UUGB BVtSai 1KAL.K ATI
CHARLOTTE, N. C
Bepresento two of the largest LAGEB
is HiH.it urewenee lathe United Statea
The Bergoer Bmgral sSrewtna
Co., r Ihi1a,4elililv, and the f
f. A HI. SchaflHer Brevrtas; Co.,
. : Wow York. -
IHE LARGEST LAGER BEEB BOT-
1 TLiINt 'feSTABLISHMKNT
- IN THE CITY.
Kurdersi Solicited. All orders
promptly filled ' and delivered free ef
charge to any part of the eity.
, deoSOdlf - , . t
XX7"K WILL VI PLHASim Trt VTTRWTW M.
MR GRO. W. MIVlRff leva ...lnn.. .1
in2 h,!mbU SS?e wl" o"Jct a general plumn-
c.-; v.. " u whjoo in our store. we wul
keep on hand a fall supply of :
stataiuiTOes? Ptt p,pe Bnd otP 1
fBaaI.ti.m.- as m 1
....pi. .,, a-aa wrn v ....
deoj Hke,hInW u, T?l?,'ik Ua ""iron, nor
strong and durible. atjS.W?P,tioJ,i O" to apply
i Mair the
To -Printers V
AKOOd sennnd hand Plm.v. n - ,-' ,
be sold eheap." - . "8K lmr witter, will
ser.9daa.tr , , , , - TKT8 OYTICK
sBoajuua. .sra MMjyaiiB; wO,i Caai at. KtnmSr1
,. stlU tWaeroB .the , p,.' ' ;
, . ... uuuMtn AHUggllt,
Safes for Sale.T
Two good second-hand safes will be sold eheair
One MILLKB'S. . . . One HSjvofiTT
ifioiyteChas. B, Jones, a - -f-xtfli.
SwaAWtf TI3 JFyics,'
doable ths wear of Oil riwuV ,of
' Atlahta, G., Ja y 23, 1885.
Whenever I know ot anything tnat might be ot
sertloe to my fe low-men, I dejlreto Impart sucn
Informatlpa; hence Iglve tielollowlmr facts to the
public: . I
Mrs. M. M. Prince llvit g at W West Fair St.
Atlanta, Ga-i has been troubled for several months
with and ugly form o catarrh, attended with a copi
ous and offensive discharge from both nostrils.
- Hot system became so affected and reduced that
she was-eonflned to bed at my bouse tor some time,
and received tne attention of three physicians;
and use d a dozen bottles of an extensively adver
tised blood remedy, all without the least benefit.
She finally ct)nimenoedtjje r4eof B B. B. wltU
a decided Improvement at ones, and when ten bot
tles) had been used, she was entirely cured of all
symptoms of catarrh.
It gave her an appetlle,
and Increased bit
strengtb rapidly, and I eheerfully recommend it as
a q.nlck: and eheap tonle and blood Purifier. 1
. i': .- i J. W. GLOER,
, -I : .. : Policeman.
Was- it Cancer ?
I have been taking B. B. . for six or seven
weeks tor something like cancer on my neck, and
I would not take one thocsaid doixajbs for the
benefit received. j
I had previously farted various so-called blood
remedies, but a B. B. is the best, the Quickest and
the cheapest blood punner I ever used. I refer to
any merchant of Griffin, Ga. " , -
. J. H. BABNE3, Griffin, Ga. -
BOTH HANDS UP.
A iVe-vvnanlte Suddenly Raises
His lffand foe the first
' ? Tlmo'lia Two Years.
Correspondence Atlanta JoormaL .
Nkwbi, Qk.f Jane ia Mr. Jacob G. Sponcier
an old and reipested ctMzen ef this place eiperl
aneed rather a sadden ebanga In his gesUculaUve
Wlreeaotetir. ug Wu a llta rfar tra
yeMSagoMr. Ssaas had savess attack f
Khenmaqsm. his armsi became useless, and, m
fact, he eould Btot raise his hands to his head until
the other day, when he called on the druggist and
obtained a preparation that acted Uke magic on
aba, for after taking the first half bottle he eould
move his arras aboand when he had taken six
bottles be was sound and well. Bey, W W. Wads
worth and our people generally who are familiar
with tbe ease almostj swear by the wonderful
remedy now. Mr. Spoocler said the medicine was
called B. B. B. I
Mr. A p. W of Hampton, Ga- hasXrecently
emerged from pne pf the most remarkable eases
Of Blood Tjqison oa record. Hs hodr and limbs
had no less than four' hundred small ujcers his,
hgags tormented klm with pain his appetite
faTted his kidneys presented fxlghtiul symptoms
and aft doctors and 100 bottles Qf the most popp
lay Blood poison remedy failed tp give him any
relief . He secure4 B. B. B., the concentrated
quick sure, and five bottles healed the ulcers, re
lieved all pain, cured bis kidneys, restored his
appetite, and made bun a healthy and happy man.
' Mr Boeworth Interrievred,
From the Southern Clipper. ; -
"Tea," said Mr. James L. Boswprtn, an old At-
lanttaa, "It was twelve yeara ago when 1 contracted
a terrible case Ot blood poisoning; My affliction
was truly horrible. I had no appetite, did not sleep
well at night, my digestion was impaired, my throat
wascaaterteed five times, and In fact I was a total
wreck. I had been under the treatment of several
of the leading physicians ot Atlanta; tried nearly
every blood remedy advertised ; went to Hot Springs
receiving no benefit whatever."
, "And you remained In this condition twelve
years?" InUrrupped the dipper man, - -
, "Yes sir, and more than that. Three yeara ago
I was laid up with rheumatism. My knees 'were
drawn up In such a position that I could not leave
my bed for month.! My life became a lingering
torture. truly wounderful .blood remedy was
recommended, known as B. B B. 1 used It, and
sir, 6 bottles currd me, and i really believe It to be
the grandest and ; quickest blood ) remedy ever
. Are any members ot your family thus afflicted
Have they scrofulous swelling ot the glands?
Have they say scrofateus sore it ulcers T If so
and It should be neglected, the peculiar taint, or
poison, may deposit Itself in the substaroe ot the
lungs, producing consumption. . Look well to the
condition of your family, and if thus afflicted
give tu prspi famed? rtheu 4etfc. But that
which snake absolute emesln the shortest apace.
of time. The sneering finger ef public opinion
points g B, B. B, as the most wonderful remedy
for scrofula ever knoam.
Ask your neighbors, ask your druggist, ask or
right to those who give their certificates, and be
I wnylnced that B.B.B Is the quickest and most
perfect Blood Purifier ever before known.
Although a practitioner ot nearly twBnty years,
my mother liffluenoed me to procure 8. B. B. for
her. She had been confined to her bed several
months wltn Rheumatism which had stubbornly
resisted sJI the usual remedies. Within twentj-
four hours after commencing B. B B. I observed
narked relief. Bhe has ust eommeBosd her
third hottie and Is nearly as active as ever, and has
oeen to the front yard with "rake In hand." dean.
tng up. Her Improvement is truly wonderful and
immensely gratifying. .
Book or Wondera.
By addiesslns-Rijwi n,i .... .
ui ALinnra. a an.
ireo one or . DrBttfa-t mKA
Tf.- - about
v Bheumaosm, Kioney AffecOons, 8kln Hu-
1 . w. a-rop a nogta tnr M .
r ' - . . . a -Vftsfjiai. ' : '.'i .
Do not fall to spnrf , n 1 "":4. -
COTT nf th... r- -,, Lor
W U. X. A1. - ir flhfn " - m
Oritntal Laces, Bambflrt Tc'gin's and fomu
LAWNS AND WHITE GOODS
Of all kinds for sale'cbeap for -'CdUat
WHOLSSAlJE ANP BKf AIL natAXSB IN
ALL KINDS OF
r .of CHEAP BEPSTXAnS.
wunBJB,mnor ana chamber suits. Cof
fins of all kinds on hand. No. $ West
xi sun Direct, unajiette, mono Carolina,
TYSON 8. JONES, Carthage, N. C.
No shoddy wqrk. Every Buggy, Carriage or Phaeton that leaves oot shop
Te are at home, and we can always be found to make good our p omise.
The largest Carriage Man
nfactusers In North Caro
Style aad finish, we are unsurpassed.
For K&Ie by A. C. Hntchf aton A Ca Charlotte, W. C. Tan Gilder &
Brown, ANtaevllle, W. C, W. Smithdenl, Stlisbnry, W.
Bostic Brofhera Ac Wright, Shelby, N. !.
W. It. Williama, Newtoa, H, C.
TYSON & JONES. Carthage N. C.
Keeps the largest and most complete stock of
IN THE STATE.
A bed-room suit of 10 pieces, imitation walnut, $22.00.
' " 10 " marble top imitation walnut,
A bed-room suit of 10 pieces, walnut with marble top,
Elegant walnut and cherry suijs from $75,00 to $175.00.
A parlor suit ot 7 pieces, imitation of raw silk, $30.00.
A " " " u 7 ' rj,w silk, trimmtd v,ith plush
Parlor suits of 7 pieces, domestic or Bilk plush, $40 00 to
$125.OQ0. . . .
Lounges in great vaiiety from $5.00 to $30.Q0.
Sideboards 44 15?00 to . 125.00.
Baby Carriages in great variety from f 6 00 to $35.00.
:"o charge far packing or dray age
North Carolina Ilafe.
To be able to compete suc
cessfully, in prlees and
quality, with the best
manufacturers , 1 the
North aad West. -
Poles- and Oil Piip,
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