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SATNBDAY. J&Ng 1886. -
TRADE Of THE CU3TKY.
All Broli AnxlouilT AwaitinR.
. Kerlval of BusiaeM. ,
PmLADKLPHiA.. June U.-Tbe man-
afacturing and commercial mcerests
f thofiumtrv arenoTv" waiting m
earnest expectation for "improve
ment in' prices aiwi'""-
nmrr.WHH tar luiiwn.. - .
" l . . ... 1 kl 2,nn.
.ir Hnna n ml Will DrooauiJ wu-
,;a in An irreeuHr way, through
out the country,Tut 95 lOOol Amen-
ik- ;. omr.lrtuftrt-at satisfactory
Viiu iawi r ri,-- .
wacrea and time. J! oreipn jixauu
turers of iron ana s Biet i are uax"&
ir.nr,iin pffnrta to unload products
""r : - ko
upon the American mariit;i,v
nf the -disappointing n,uiu" 7
mand. r One lot ot 3,wu hjub ut
were sold by an English firrn for the
CmnhATn : VaniflO rOSQ. f.lur. uanwj
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a., noiifiTi ; : "iwrfi are ckkuubwu""
for larger and . smaller amouuw.
oirtn t.h Oulf coast;, for
hardware ana nnisaeu pruuuyw.
oiiv ThA .dimana is noi luxyiw
" -. ,noH.
ine, owing to tne increaaius
tion of "American hardware makers
and producers of special manufac-
hiM. Troniifita. v. iuc iawB vww-
UU1 V-. K w .
from New Knelana manuiaci,uiiu6
VUUXiwaB -T - -
ment in demana over ma
.a oo-r. Hard ware manuiaciiwco
which have: been running on sh6r6
time will increase production m July.
Do mabora contemDlate a restric
tion of thirty -six hours' per week to
improve prices. - The manufacturers
of brass goods have effected a strong
organization. Textfle manufacturers
are preparing for an active fall trade
in cotton and woolen goods and in
carpets : The hosiery manuraciurera
of New York State and Fhuaael-
Dhia have effected - a eompaci
AFfmmVah'nn hv which trade in-
terests will . be better subserved,
Th textile? interests of Phila-
delphuf have organized representing
11 50.000.000 worth of capital, with a
membership of. a iitue unuer iwu
hundred. The textile est ablishments
of this city are not running full time,
although an early an active fall trade,
ia Tirftdifited -on both sides. ; l The
clothing . houses are running full
time.' The carpet mills in several
cases are making additional loan ca
pacity and travelmg agents report.
Mftflllent nrosoects for the fall. The
demand for UDholstery goods is in-
creasinc and such additional capaci
fv will bff erected during tne nexs
six months. The textile interests in
a eeneral way are prospering, al
though the chronic complaint of nar
row margins is heard on all sides. ,-.
Receipts of lumber from the North
ires and - South continue - at from
E00,000 to 2,000,000 .-.feet per day, and
a liberal distribution is jn progress
amove conaetort and builder .
Th . iron ; trade ia rather quiet.
Prkies are barely stady, and conces
sions are'demanded by purchasers of
pig aron, merchant bar, sheet and
plate. A few large orders for steel
rails have been placed at 135,
: Latest reports from leadiDg archi
tects'and builders indicate the proba
bility of a revival in building. There
is aiso a greater attivitv in real es
tate. Much business tbat was thrown
aside a month aero will be pushed to
completion. - Nails are decline in
price. Window glass is steady. -:
: . RIOTING IUISO.HEJI. "
Graphic Deerlptioa of lb Belfast
Riots JXot Afraid of lb Bay
onets of tlie Police. '
Belfast, Ireland, June .11. The
Associated PreJs reporter who : was
detailed to remain on the' scene of
the riots at . 5 o'clock this morning,
reported as follows: .1 remained
among' the rioters all night. The
greatest damage in the way of wreck
ing and looting was done along - the
Shank Hill and York roads, j . The
fighting in both thoroughfares was
desperate and continnous. The mob
was composed of the lowest ruffians.
The bayonets of the police had no
terror for them, and in many cases I
saw the mob, in overwhelming nums
bers. press up against the bajoneta
of the police and drive them . back.
The only instances in which the po
Ice -drove the mob at all, so far as I
observed,-were those in ,;wbich- the
officers in compact lines'fired at close
range rapid voilies cf buckshot.
These the rioters could not ; stand
against and they were driven back.
But even under such a galling fire
the rioters would drop to the ground
and rush upon the police while they
were reloading. -Fighting ' of this
kind at such ' close, range as ; to be
practically hand to hand,: was con
tinued until 2 o'clock this morning;
when twilight began to dawn, and so
many of the rioters disappeared as
to leave - the mob ?" of insufficient
strength to longer cope with t the
armed police,' who succeeded in dis
persing them. My observation shows
that the mob of last night was corns
posed of the very scum of Belfast- I
saw members of- it throw paving
stones weighing fifteen and. twenty
pounds. I even saw; fiends hurling
rocks at gallant firemen f who were
HmperillinR - their liyea - in attemps
to save; d wellings .from destruction
by incendiary fires an d helpless h
mates irom norrioie aeatns, (- u any
thing else were wanting to prove the
character of . the mob , it ' would be
furnished by dozens of rnfSans I saw
during the night sneaking away from
wrecked or burning buildings with
loot - It is impossible to describe the
state of terror, under which, respect
able Catholic people ' of 'Belfast are
now living in consequence of the pre-
vaieuk anarcny ana Digotry. ,ine
braveitof them hardly dare to ven
ture put of doors, even in :day light.
I ' know' that scores of people were
shot during last night's riots. 1 1 saw
ten token to hospitals this morning.
It is Reared that every funeral of vio
tims of the riots, "will cause fresh out
breaks. Law abiding citizens demand
bf the government the appointment
of a special commission to - inquire
into the causes of the disorder;' - ?
; ' Grover and Frankia were the ninth
couple married in the White' House.
- The new general traffic manager of
the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad is
Mr. John Muir. , . .
- Senator Colquitt's daUghter,;Lfzzi
was married Wednesday, in Atlanta,
to Captain William L . Marshall, of
the United States Army. 1 '
l A writer in the Philadelphia News,
says that Keley, of motor fame, was
in early life a cannon ball tosser'in a
circus. '.'You see," he says, "he is
not only a juggler by nature but by
education." - .
ConKressiueu Speculate lu 8ecn
:.Q ':Z. -:-' i:-:' iiiies.';.
. . Boston, June ' 9. A . Washington
special to the Ilerald says : : - It is rHs
mored, by local brokers that fully one
third of the members of the Ilouaa
have bought Union PaciSc stock
within the past faw days, -with a
view to the possible rise predicted on
the possible ps.zza-k cf the . Pa-.:.". 3
railroad extet:tcn bIl. It3 j : 3
ia c'ubtfrl eve 1 wit'i t' 3 i.-.: 7
rive if:-r iV :.i : :..
10 WDEIlLlf orJFKi:iii to
Tlie KnigUts of tabo Assisiilbly
Would Wot Receive ins
,,mi Tii-n 9 ---Rpcretary
Turner, of the Knights of Labor; said
today that General Master Workman
Powderly would not make his resi
dence in this cityv as commonly re
TioptPd. but that the General Execu
tive Board wouid : have- its head
quarters at Fifth ata ljociigi,
v had crovided that no strikes
"-""-J " . . c . UnAc
111 V v t
h,irl K ordered hereafter without
the COnEent Of the U-enerai wtsuuv.
Board IThislaw, will prevent mucu i
trouble," Mr. Turner . continued, as
therexwill be several c pportunities to
settlaifferenees before a.strike can
hn ordered. An assembly , might
strike without these precau
tions, but it wouia oe in uppuamiuu
to the rules of the order, and no aid
from-: other ' assemblies will be ex
tended them without tne sanction ui
the General . Uoara. i am aoous w
Muni tn all oreanizations a revocation
if their onmmipsiona. according to
VI . .
hhn instructions of the- iienerai &s'
sembly.- Organizers will herearcer
ha Tnmmiil in lq8 ruiesot luewuw,
and as to character. The talk about
nnnuiirinn to Powderlv is nonsense.
TT ran he General Master Workman
as lone as he desires, bo great is ine
nsur rvF t.h mfimbera for him.:. ?
t : . i .
Mr. Turner said that, on account oi
the res8ure of duties and the unjust
attacks upon mr. growaeny, imeiai.w?ir
has off ered his resignation in earnest
atClevelandf and had laid down his
gavel. The General Assembly would
nnt. (uwrtt the resignation ; and offers
were made to increase , the General
Master Workman's salary from $1,500
to 3.000. or even W)O0. After mucn
Trsuaaion Mr. rowaeny--was iu-
ducea to witnaraw, nis resiguawuu.
but would not - accept the increase
- ,VAI1 the newspaper talk about, tne
'radical' and- 'conservative' elements
nf the." General Executive ?. IJoara,
according to the Secretary and Treas
urer, J "is i without foundation, Bnd
. . . . W . l . A. t
was inspired by men wno seeK.- ue
diflmntion of the order. The board
is ia full harmony with Mr. Pow
derly, and his views. The six auxili
ary. members are -little more than
agents, and will - have no voice or
vote on matters brought before the
board. They will be sent to different
parts of the country, w nen expedient.
to cet facts of impending trouble, re-
nnrt tne same to - tne xtixecuiiv
Board, and, acting under that body's
direction, endeaver to adjust tne au-
ferences. - All - ot them are trust'
t A1IDUEW CABHE6IE.
How Pluck Can Win' When it
A writer in the Philadelphia News
says: - - ' - . ' -
David Brooks was - manager m a
Pittsburg railroad office, , when a boy
named Andrew Carnegie was a mes
senger in it at a' salary.of $3 a week"
Tne dov naa lust arrivea witn nis
father and mother from Scotland.the
land of his birth, f hat was very lit
tle more than thyty-six years ago,
yet today he is tne famousjnillion-
aire ironmonger of Pittsburg. . An
drew Carnteie" has said : j "1 owe my
rise in life to a- game" uf checkers.''
I will explain to vou what that re
mark means; Tm? - elder " Car negi
was a moulder in. a pottery. -- Like
many Scotchmen be was exceedingly
fond of playmg checkers. ; it ruts'
burg at that time "was a well-known
ale-house,, -in one room of which
those. who : loved : to : play checkers
were ; wont to apiemble.' , Among
them were Carnegie and Brooks, and
in this way the two men became ac
quainted. Carnegie's son also came
there too at . times with his father.
and he, too, tested David Brooks's
powers at" draughts.-- One day the
elder Carnegie. remarked that be did
not know what to do with his son
Sendliim down to my office and I
will make a messenger, boy of; him,?'
said Brooks v r ihe flext day he began
nis new employment rne lad was
intelligent and induotrioua. MaDa
ger Brooks had. an - old telegraph in
strument fitted up in the offioe, and
when the.: messenger boys were not
engaged he showed them on this how
to tick out the Morse alphabet; With
this instruction he -soon became a
skillful operator. Thomas A. Scott
was at that time Superintendent of
the Pennsylvania" railroad in Pittsburg.-;-
He had : a 'telegraph instru
ment 'rigged up in : his office and
wanted some one to manipulate the
key.. Manager Brooks recommend
ed young .Carnegie, and he was em
ployed. - He showed such aptitude in
managing trains by telegaaph that
he was transferred to the superin
tendent's office in Altoona'. There he
continued to attract the attention of
Thomas Ar Scptt, and was rapidly
pushed along. ; He was given oppor
tunities to engage! in some coal spec
ulations that were successf ul and af
terwards made money from, the first
sleeping cars that were built.
Methodist Board of
AnGrsTA, June lO The Woman's
Board of Miscions of the Methodist
Church, Southconvenes in St, John's
church this evening,and w jll continue
in session for several days. The del
egates are all representative ladies
from their sections a over the South
and they are entertained by the mem
bers of , the societies in this city. -t.
The. exercisei will be made uousu
ally interesting ;. by : th presence pf
three . lady- missionaries one from
China, and two' from Brazil, Their
reports and experiences wiltafford
muclu information and ' ive : new
light pn the -work in ' foreign fields.
Quite a number, -of missionaries are
sustained by the Woman's Board,
and the - influence of their work is
felt for the eternal good of those who
have dwelt for ages in darkness and
in ignorance of the 8avior. . , .
Mrs. Dr. Callaway, the secretary of
the North Georgia Conference Soci
ety; is here. ; . - SZ..--.
Cleveland's Fish ine, . - ,
Nt w XoA Wofld, ; :; ' c
Our- piscatorial friends who edit
the Sun are inclined to regard as fishy
the statement : telegraphed to the
World from Deer Park the other day
that President Cleveland used worms
for baitTwhile fishing for trout with
ex'-Senator Davis. It is the business
of the World to make history and
record facts as they occur. ; Our cors
respondent at Deer Park insists that
he saw Mr; Davis dig the mugwump
worms and saw ' the President use
them as bait after carefully expecto
rating on them, in accordance with
the luck formula Lid down by Izaak
Walton. In a honeymoon season,
when time is precious, it is easier t,o
dig worms for bait than to catch flies,
and this is the only excuse that can
be offered for the President's viola
tion of the rule. Ia the account of
the President's first trouting expodi
tion, printed in the Sun of Sunday
last, we find the statement? j "They
bs.iti' with, vrorm, arieoon had a
mer 3 cf over a . dozau." Bo we con-
i.r form c !
3 Lavs t'
.t c '
ludt.Urial f'ret,S of lie Sonlh
IfroEQ BaSi,M;.rS XanuIaetuierB Becordi June 2d.
The ferSwth cf the- industrial fnter-
rstS of the South ia really surprising.
Week after we k shows a list of new
enterprises covering el moot every
line ot manufacturing and mining
tbat gives some indication of the
great industrial development now in
progress throughout the. Southern
States, This growth- is not Confined
to any one - State, , though of course
more noticeable in eiome than in oth-.
rs, out extena8 tnrougn tno wnoie
South. . As illustrating this industrial
development, the following gummary-
of new enterprises reported- in our
jjusirm;t.nju Arparbuioun iwr iua laa
two weens oniy win prove oi general
interestr In Alabama," Mr. Samuel
Thomas and his associates are pre
paring to build a large furnace, $500,-
0U0 m casn navmg . neen put up
against $400,000 in mineral property,
making the capital of the company.
$1,1)00.000,. aitbough the land is said
to be well worth $800,000; . at Shef
field, in the saroe State, "the contract
has been' awarded for a 100-ton tur-
nace; $40,000 has been raised to build
a cotton compress at Anniston; f40,
000 are being spent to enlarge gas and
electric light works at Birmingham ;
work on a new tounaryana macnine
BhopV has been: conxmenced1: at the
same citv. a site has been purcnasea
for a bolt and nut lactory, ano a jug
factory lias been started, while sev
eral-saw. nlanme and grist muis are
reported;1 In Arkansas, Pine Bluff is
to nave ? sioo.uuo ranroaa - maenme
shops: Little Bock has, rganized a
1100.000 woolen and cotton manuiac-
turing company ;mimng macninery is
being erected Hear not springs; a saw
mill and furniture factory, combined
will eo up at Arkansasv City; a large
saw and planing mill at Arkadeiphia ;
a stave factory at uarrjsourg, ana
Other woodworkmg-onterprises in
other ; parts cf the . State. Florida
shows up with a $500,000 company to
do a general contracung ana wooa
working business, a $30,000 electric
light '-; company brick yards, saw
mills, etc. ' In Georgia : there have
been a $100,000 granite , quarrying
company, a $150,000 marble ponrpany ,
a manganese mining enterprise, foun
dry and machine shop; large planing
mm. basket factory, ana an use manu
factoring company.-- Maryland has a
new $1,000,000 sheet metal company,
a slate quarry, grist and flour mill,
etc In Mississippi a $50,000 spoke
manufacturing company ,,-has : been
organized, an s ice factory, cheese
factory-,; several . creameries. ' new
machinery for - a 7 cotton mill and
brick works. ; North Carolina has
new furniture factory, a $40,000 gas
and :. electric light . company , stave
and: shuttle bloek factory, and
number of saw mills, while in gold
mining operations there is -consider-
BDie activity. : in xennesse, two iron
furnaces are to be erected, a $60,000
woolen mill is to be built - at once.
foundry is going up. several flour
mills, saw mills, and other small en
terprises are to be started. Texas
reports a $50,000 ice and electric light
company, a wagon and carriage tac
tory, a t30,00 water company , an ice
factory, a $60,000 compress company,
and thre or" four - large flour mills.
Virginia has two $100,000 coal mining
companies, an iron foundry, a ma.
chine and... boiler . company and
large flour mill under; contract.- In
West Virginia 20,000 acres ottimber
land nave been purchased for devel
opment,a $100,000 steel and iron com
pany and a nutural gag and oil com
pany organized. As tms summary
covers only the reports.of two weeks
and omits quite a number; a smaller
enterprises, our. readers can readily
see that the South is vigorously forg
ing ahead in the industrial line.;
De Didn't Get It.
"Prisoner.'' said a Pittsburgh - Po
lice Justice, "the evidence is conflict
ing, but you were evidently drunk
and I fine you $5.00. t -
"Thanks, your honor." rvplied the
prisoner. "May I ask a favor" of
yout" . ,
. "What isitl" said Ehe judge, good
naturediy." , : . .
"I would like some tobacco before
-The judge was taken aback,; but
Baid with a smile r - ? 'Do you prefer
any particular kind?" -
. 4 'Yes, your honor, returned the
prisoner with a grin. "I would bke
my fine cut." - -
v His honor saw the point and made
; TSTARTI.II G BUT TRUE. :
.' Wills Poiht, Texas, Deomber 1, I8e6 After
suffering tor more Uwn three years with dis
ease ot tne throat and lungs, I got so low last
sp' Tng I was entirely unable to d- anything, and
my cough was so bad I scarcely slept any at ntght.
My druggist, Mr. H. V Goodn'ght, ent roe a trial
DOtueOI UB tUJHNSO 8 COUGH AND LUN 8TBUF
I found relief, and after using six H.' 0 bottles. I
was entirely cured: , . J. M. wklden..
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cMn xsrewenes ia tne um tea states
fhe Brgner A EnsxI Drewki
Co., or Philadelphia, and ths .
P. A. HI. Schaffer BrevrlBC Co., ot
' New Tork. f
tHB LARGEST LAGER BEEB BQT
- - J. litis U ftHTAlilJjSHJliiNT
.IN THE CITY, - - .
- GTOrders Solicited. All arden
promptly filled and delivered frer of
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. v V- tlmates for heating private houses, public
buildings, or factor! s ' . '-.rj-.
MB fiso. w. moors, lat ehlef enelneer of
miiiuan nouiw, wiu conduct a geneiai plumn?
Ing- business, with an office tu our store. . We will
ocv uu vsuu a uiu supply oj . ..-.'. -.
- Salt glazed terra ootta sewer pipe and nttlnera tn
WWAi UW IUX MU1U0
D A. T03IPKIN3 CO.,
Collrge and Fourth Sts., charlotte, n. C.
PfintiDf . PresL for - Sale.
T HAVE FOR SALS a complete Adams Book
A and t-ewspaper Press. Size of platen 24x80
incnes. rne uiiivmyu i w guou uruer, maae b
Hoe Ca. standard work. , .
list Price -. -- - - 82,240 00
.tin, I . ........ , . ... . - , " - . 7.
C ill uc .iiu iur .... ooy
on terms to suit purchaser. ; v; . ,
, , . CHA9. B. JONES,
"snffdtr .v. ? Charlotte Observer.
WANTED, . ;
. f iyp con muney vith-our Amateur Phnto outfit. Ant
rlle.tlnf Camnv pictures in enlarge.
fiuipif. Copying co ski tanai
, i Rlrw Joe Perios's IZemetly
Is still the beit Blood PuHfieron the mark t, -
JSO H. iiCADiiX, Wnolttttaie Kruggisf
Safco for Said.
Twd good second-tand safes will be so'.d c 3
'j v to (.una. B. Joses, a
1 1 i
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" Atlauta, 6A.;ju y 23, 1885.
Whenever Tknow of anything that might be ot
service to my feUow-men, I desire to Impart such
Information; hence Igtv the following facts to the.
public: " -
Mrs. SL M. Prince, UvU- at S8 "West Fair St.
Atlanta, Ga., has been troubled for several months
with and ugly form or catarrh, attended with a, copi
ous and offensive discharge from both nostrils. -
Her system became so affected and reduced that
she was confined to bed at'my house lor some time,
and received the attention of three physicians;
and used a dozen bottles of an extensively adver
tised blood remedy, all without the least benefit
She Anally commenced the use of B B. B. wlth-
a decided improvement at once, and when ten bot
tles had been used, she was entirely cured of all
symptoms of catarrh.'. " ."'-."
, It gave her aa 'appetite, and Increased her
strength rapidly, and I sheer! ally recommend It as
a quick and cheap tonic and Blood Purifier.
- ' - , - J. W. GLOEB,
. . '.' " - - .v Policeman.
Was it Cancer ?
- I have been taking B, B. B.: for six or seven
weeks for something like cancer on my neck, and
I would not take onb thodbaitd-doijlj bs for the
benefit received. , -
I bad previously tried various so-called blood
remedies, butB. B. & Is the best, the quickest and
the cheapest blood purifier I ever used. I refer to
any merehant of Griffin. Ga.' ' : ;1 ' C;v
- - . Jf H. BA.BNE3, erUfln, Ga.
BOTH HANDS UP.
A Ie-wHnlte ' Suddenly .liaises
: v His Hands for the First
- - Tlm In Two Years.
Correspondenoe Atlanta Journal. . .
- Nkwhak, Ga., June ia Mr. Jacob G. Sponcler
an old and respected clclxen ot this place expert
enoed rather a sudden cfiange la nis gestleulatlve
extremenes lately.' It senms that a Uttle over two
years ago Mr. Sponcler haa a severe attack of
Rheumatism, his arms became useless, and, to
foot, he could not raise his hands to his head until
the other day, when he called on the druggist and
obtained a preparation that acted like magic on
aim; for after taking the first half bottle he could
move bis anas about, and when he bad taken six
bottles' be was sound and well.: Bev. W. w. Wads
worth and our people generally who are familiar
with the ease atmos. -swear by the wonderful
remedy now. Mr. Sponcler said the medicine was
called B. B. B. j" -.:.;.: .r
BLOOD ! POISON.
Mr. A. P. W ot Hampton, Ga, hasreoently
emerged from one of the most .remarkable et
of Blood Poison oa record. His body and Umbs
bad no less than four hundred small ulcers bis
bones tormented tim with pain bis appetite
failed his kidneys presented frightful symptoms
and all doctors and 100 bottles of the most popu
lar Blood Poison remedy tailed to give him any 1
relief. He secured B B. B.- the concentrated
Quick cure, and five bottles healed the ulcers, re
lieved an pain, eared .Ids kidneys, restored nis
appetite, and made him a healthy and happy man. 1
' . Mr. Bdsworth Interviewed.
From the Southern Clipper. . . . .' ; '
'Yes,'' said Mr, James L. Bosworth, an old At-
janttan, "it was twelve yeara ago when 1 contracted
a terrible case ot blood-poisoning. : My affliction
was truly horrible. I bad no appetite, did not sleep
wen at night, my digestion was impaired, my throat
wascauterized five times, and In fact I was a total
wreck. I had been under the treatment of several' I
Of the leading, physicians of Atlanta; tried nearly
every blood remedy advertised ; went to Hot Springs
recelvtog no benefit whatever.' ? ? . .-; .v .
-' find you remained la this condition twelve
years?" IntMTupped the Clipper man. i".;.
'Yes sir, and more than that. Three years ago
I was laid up with rheumatism. My knees were
drawn up la such a position that I eould not leave
my beg for months. My life became a lingering
torture. A truly woundarful blood remedy was
reoommended, known aiB. B B." 1 used, it, and I
sir, 6 bottles eurd me, and I really believe it to be
the grandest and quickest blood 1 remedy ever
: Are any members of your famOy thus afBlctedr
'Have thef, scrofulous swelling of the glandj?
Have they any scrofulous sore or ulcers T If so
and It ihould be neglected, the peculiar taint, or
poison, may deposit Itself la the substance ot the
lungs, nroduofng oonsiunptlpo. - Lopfe welt to the
condition of your family, and If thus -afflicted
give the.proper remedy without delay. But that
which makes absolute cures in the shortest space,
of time. The sneering linger of public opinion
polnls.tQB.B. B. as fhe most wonderful remedy
for scrofula eyer knojm. . ; - "
' Ask your neighbors, ask your druggist, ask or
right to those who give-their certificates, and be
eonyinced that B. B. B is the quickest and most
perfect Blood Purifier ever before kuown.-' , '
Although a praollUoner of nearly twenty years,
toy mother influenced me to prosure B. B. B. for
her. She had been confined to her bed several
months wltn Rheumatism which bad stubbornly
resisted aa the usual remedies. ' Within r.wni.
fnii" hniiiia ,nn. .....
rr- ""K." aw yompencing B. B B. I observed
marsed relief.- She has Jusf commenced hn
uvwVa uua is nearly as active as ever, and has
oeen to trie tront yard wjtU "rake m hand," clean
ing up. Her Improvement Is truly wonderful
Cook of Uonders.
w Atlanta, (ia any
one can secure free one ot the prettiest and most
valuable S2 page books now out. it ten. an .M
the blood, ltsd!wa
Ead medle.Berofu!a, Cl-
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- V -A Full Stock of ' - i -
Oriental Laces, ifumbarg Ftass mA hmtbv$
LAWNSAND WJIITK GOODS
Of allykind for sale ;beap for cash af
B U RGE SS
WHOLB3AIJ5 AND RXTAIL DSALEB IS
all kinds of
E DRNiTDRE, 1
A full lln of ranip mmflTiiia
LOUNGES, Parlor and Chamber Suits, Cof
fins of all kinds on hand. No. 6 .West
Bogjisr : and ; Carriages
TYSON & jpNES. 'Carthage, N. C;
,No shoddy work. Every Buggy
We are at home, and we can always
- WE ARB
The largest Carriage Man
ufacturers In North Caro
. For Durability,
8tyle and finish, we are un
surpassed. - i
For sale. fej-'A. C. lYntchtsoa A Co Charlotte, W. X?., Tan Gilder &
Brown, 'Asueville, N.-.C W. Smitltdeal, SaUsbnry, .If. C,
, Dostic . Itrothers A Wright, Shelby, If. C
, , . W. H. Williams, Newton, iy ';y. . :
. TYSON & JONES, Carthage N. C.
Keeps thiB largest and
A bed-room suit of 10 pieces, imitation walnut, $22.00,
. 0 : : " ' 10' marble top imitation walnut,
$30.00.- -.... .
Abed-room suit of 10 pieces, walnut with marble top,
$45,00. :s . f . " '
- Elegant walnut and cherry suits from 175,00 to $175.00.
.A: parlor suit of-7 pieces imitation of raw silk, $30.00.
A ' V 7- raw silk, trimmed with plush
$40.00. r- -
Parlor suits of 7 pieces, domestic or silk plush, $40.00 to
$125,000. .... ; . ;: -
- Lounges in great; yariety from $5.00 to 30.00.
Sideboards ; 15.00 to 125.00.
Baby Carriages in great variety from $6 00 to $35,00. ' -
Wow", Shades, Cornice
, COFFINS AND
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Ko charge for pacldng or drayage.
North . Carolina - Male,
Carriage or Phaeton that leaves our shop
be found to mike good our p'omjse'
To be able to compete su
cesafully, In prices and
quality, with the best
manufac turers i 1 n the
Nsrtfl aad West.
most complete stock of
Poles m Oil Paioliofs,
A1ETALLIC CASES. '
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