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COME AND, GET
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Next - Ten - Days,
-I WILL OFFER-
Table Liuens, Doilies,
XB V CTOTHS. L1NEV SHKETTNfiS, COTTON
SHtt STINGS, VliLOW CASINGS, MaU
SKTLLBS . QUILTS. ' HONEY COMB
QTTILTS. T PELTRY CORTAIV8. . ,:
MADHA3 DRAPERY, SCRLttS,
1. 1. JUiUfdL.
At 3 cents
At 6$ cents per yard,
LACES in all widths,
sols and Umbrellas.
8UCCKSSOBS TO ALEXANDER & HARRIS.
THE 0. K.
ICE CREAM SALOON
Ooened for tha season!. Ice Oeam and
parties on short notice "
Fresh Bread, Cakes
T.,at -.j! ohninfl lot of ' Potted Meats. -Ca nned - Fruits, Pickles,
Crackers, &c. Also, Imported and Domestic Confectionery. - . -
CATAWBA CO. ?L
aaiahpofAit watarinz Dlace is
opn lor the accommodation ol tbe pub te.
Mew Buildings nave been erected, and lb rooms
halnKfiiSdaad reluWtohed wltti new fur-
n,ThT raanagmeDt promise tn best attention
posslWe, ana the table 1H he -aoppUed with the
beHi that the market affords., .,: ' - -
THE MEDICAL PROPERTIES OF
THEVATERS UNRIVALED 3 -
" Vat Diseases of tbeUwr, Dyspepsl. Bhwamat Iot.
; Klditej and Urinary Dlfteaaes, and "
. tiilitr and Nervous Prostration, and a Healthier
: Location not to be found.
- MATH HOUSES 1 OSIPUBl E
o 1 ckr.n warm riulnhur. and Turkish
Hot Alrrvapor and Medicated Bains, when to
ll?'mnmirtii nmaltf kept at firat elass . Wa
tering PJaees. ? Q jtjLTOTT.
B. S WADDKLL A WI?K. - , . Proprietor.
maraosaUunwed&irUm - - - .
Houses rented and rent collected, In the
Advertised tree Ol ciiara.
' - t B.cocnz.ir3.r'azrr,
First Hatioial Bant U&m,
Soath Tryon 8treet, - - - - Charlotte, K C.
, DIALERS IN -
BUTTON, CONGRESS i UCE SHuES,
v tJente' Fine Hand-Made and Vaanine Sewed '
BOOTS, BUTTON AND LACE B ALS,
, ; -v HOYS' AND OfJTl .
FINK BOOTS AlND SHOES OF ALL GRADES
Silk, Soft and StifF Hats,
TRUNKS, V -
; VALISES and -:
UMBRELLAS OF ALL - KINDS,
8HO BLACKING AND BRUSHES.' -
Alma Polish for Ladies' Fine hhser
Stock al ways kept lull and
,np to. the demand.
ORDERS BY HAIL OB. EXPRESS PROMPTLY
. - ATTENDED TO. '
of ; ORIENTAL FLOUNCIN'GS and
White Goods and Embroideries, Para-
Water Ices furnished to ramiles and
- " ;
and Pies Daily.
Successor to Mayer & Ross. '
CLEVELAND MINERAL SPRINGS
Ire now 04 en for the receptl m of visitors
tM miiaawaf nrr.h.irtott'. 2 mtles from She!
h hi . r... and onlv I m.le from ('rollna Central
Hallway,' whore a new depot has bee a erected
Oeaiiuituiy njiuoeu lor mm wum m
Visitors to tk-. riD.
Plenty of ke secured for the season,:
COLD AND HOT BIT US
1 good string band has been employed for the
Tbe taMe will be furnished with the very, best
the market affords. ;
Backs win be at the SpriDKS station on the ar
rival of every train.
jr further iB&nitlniUnw (
' Junejdtt " Proprietor.'
POPULARITY OFJTHE CLEVE.
The Humorous Side of Congress"
The Members Afraid that a Bet-
ler Class of Men Will Succeed
Tfaeiu If Civil SerTice Reform
Correspondence of Thk Observes : . ,
Col Green has not been favorable
to.the civil service law or the general
policy of the administration in the
matter of appointments and remove
ale. What, he says, therefore, in
favor of the President must be un
derstood as having more value than
if. he had ' been always one of his
thick-aadthio admirers.- CoLGrecen
thinks that the administration is bev
coming mora fopular. In the course
of a conversation he observed,: "Mr.
Cleveland is likely to succeed him
self, if he continues to grow in popuv
larity. The feeliDg that he is to make
a clean sweep sooner or later has
much to do with this." I have heard
similar statements from other South
ern men. This morning' an intelli
gent Marylander remarked that the
Cleveland administration was becom
ing popular, and that he thought it
would be endorsed in 1888 for a 'sees
ond term. . '
A well informed correspondent
makes a first rate point in discussing
civil service reform. He says that
the average member of Congress does
not care to" have the reform succeed
because it would so far improve the
calibre of the persons in the govern
ment servicers to .make it indispen
sable to send a class of better -men to
During the" debate, to-day on the
Legislative bill the humorous Allen,
of Mississippi, said if the silver ques
tion was to be discussed he would go
home - and get his speech. - Mr.
Randall replied 0 that he hoped
the gentleman wouldn't do that, as
the vote a moment before bad-devel
oped the fact that too many Demo
crats were already at home." Some
fun is poked at Mr. Ilolman who has
deserted the leadership of the House'
on the legislative, &c, bill and gone
home to mend his fences. Both r
rison and Randall answered Hiacock's
charge of a large increase, in the ex
penditures of ; the government appro
priated for this year. The former's
was shorter and much more positive.
Captain L. " R. Exline, register of
deeds of Chatham county, is in the
city. - " " - ,
Petitions -for' settlement . of war.
claims have been presented by Rep
resentatives Cowles and Green. The
latter brought in , a pretty .heavy
batch. - . . v ' -i
The two Democratic leaders in the
House, Mr. Morris3n, chairman of
the committee on ways and - means,
and Mr. Randall, chairman of -the
appropriations committee, pronounce
the word "deficit" wih an accent On
the second syllable. " - H. -
The Richmond and Danville i at
:. . : WashinKion.. .. .. j . .
- The following is taken from a long
article published in the Critic con
cerning new ; railroad enter prises that
Washingtomans are interested in ; i
"The Richmond and DanvillerauV
road has purchased sixty - acres Of
land in Virginia, at the end . Of the
Long Bridge, and will erect extensive
yards and deposits, there, thus ; en
abling them to make up their trains
on that side of the river ; and push
them right over into the city. . The
privilege of a water front has been
securea along toe snore at tne east
end of the- Long Bridge, and I docks
wilt be built to accommodate freight
traffic. This company has surveyed
and staked out a new line from Alex
andria to Washington, and : it is ex
pected the rails will soon be i put
down. It is stated that if the gov
ernment builds a free bridge at the
Three Sisters the Aequeduct Bridge
niers will be secured f or . -the - Jiich-
mond and Danville. . affordi ig them
entrance to Georgetown and connec
tion with the Baltimore ana unio
north of the city. Railroad men at
tach . considerable signincauce to
these improvements when i coupled
with the rumor .of the new trunk line
to the Southwest." -.
Fromlneut Citizen Dead.
Richmond Dispatch, , " I '
. Major Louis J. Bossieux, one of the
best known citizens of Richmond in
military and business : circles, died
quite suddenly" at : his;, residence on
Twentieth street near- Broad. "about
8:30 o'clock yesterday morning.
.-j. Some eight or ten -years ago Major
Bossieux began to suffer, from heart
trouble. He was at the Grays' pic
nic at Bon; Air Monday, and though
be said he was not feeling well,: there
was nothing to indicate the, approach
of serious illness. ' Monday night his
son Gray went up to bis room and
asked him if he was going out. He
said "No," and then Mr. Gray Bos
sieux said : "My wife and I wislLto
en to the Mozart.1 Won't you take
care of Elsie (his grandchild) V- He
cheerfully agreed to do so At bed
time he seemed to. be in his usual
healths - ' . .
- y . BKAP IN BED - -. - .-
: . It was TiiS habit to take his break
fast in his room. He was astir and
his footsteps were beard about eight
o'clock yesterday morning, but the
servant whO went up to take him his
breakfast found the door locked. La-,
ter, no" movement beihg'heard in the
room, . the servant was. .sent . there
again, and, having managed to look
into the room, reported that he be
lieved Mr. Bossieux was dead. The
door was then forced open, and Mr.
Bossieux was found lifeless in his
bed. : He had evidently gotten Up and
gone about his toilet, .and feeling bad
ly,stretcbed himself on the bed again
and there, apparently without a
struggle, his spirit fled.- Physicians
were summoned ; but their efforts
were in vain. ' He was dead, and no
doubt from heart disease. ;. . , : -s r
V Mrs. Joe Person Remedy ;
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- STATE HEWS.
? ' Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage is to spend
a portion of the summer season at
the Battery Park Hotel Ashe ville. r
LumbertonRobendnian r'rom what
wehad to say on this subject last week
most people would think that Lum
ber ton was now dry r but this is not
the case. The State and county li
cense will not expire until July 1st,
.and the town granted license for that
time much to the surprise of our peo
ple. - '
AshevUleCitizen :Representati vesof
all the southern railroads, will meet in
convention in this city on the 23d inst
A large number of gentlemen will be
in attendance, with theirs families.
The meeting will be an important one
involying as it does the .interest and
Comforts of " southern traveling pub
lic. The association ; have secured
rooms at the Swannanoa, and the
Messrs i Rawls will give them a most
pleasant time during their several
days' stay in our city. , : , -
Asheville Ad vance : The celebrated
contested will suit of Ray vs. Ray
from Yancy county ; has been set for
Tuesday of next week. This suit in
volves a large amount of property,
and the questions involved is the ca
pacity of old man - William Ray to
make'a will at the time. Those of the
Iieirs opposing the will are represent
ed by ; Messrs., M: E. Carter, Joseph
S. Adams, Colonel Bowman and oth
ers ; those in favor of the will are
represented by J. Gudger.Sr.. Colonel
McElroy and Major W. H. Malone.-
News and Observer: In a window:
of Watson's art store, 112 Fayetten
villa street, is a portrait of Governor
William Hawkins, who iin ; 1811 was
the chief executive of North Caroli
na. It is a rt -production of an old
portrait, the work being done by Mr.
Eugene L. Harris, and it will adorn
the governor's office.. It is given by
the Hawkin's family, in compliance
with the request made sometime
ago by Governor Scales for such por traits
of North Carolina's governor's
Other pictures are in course of com-
Juetion, and by the time tne. legisl
ature meets ic can see what necessi
ty there is for a f und.to pay for such
portraits,-- instead of depending for
them upon the courtesy and patriot
ism of private parties.. The State
bids fair at last to. have a picture gal
lery. . !
Goldsboro Messenger: Green corn
now: sell sat ten cents per dozen in
this, market. On Thursday - last
a passenger train made the trip from
Wilmingion, to Goldsboro, eighty
four miles in one hour and fifty-eev-
en minutes. -H It seems to be gen-:
erally conceded throughout this judi
cial district thai both Judge Walter
A. Clark and Solicitor Swift Gollo way
will be renominated.- Dr. Chas.
Duffy, formally of : Newbern, but for
the past two years a resident of New
York, died at Asheville last Sunday,
of consumption. ' He was thirty-three
years of age. Mr; Will Manly, a
son of the late Hon. M. E. Manly, of
Newborn,; who for several years has
been in business in Baltimore, was
married to Miss Kenny, of the latter
p'ace, last : week. The board' of
magistrates of Sampson county, re
elected the present excellent board of
county commissioners, also Mr.
Isham Royal, as county superinten
dent of education. '. The tax rate was
fixed at 29.1 6 cents on the one hun
dred dollars valuation We leard
from Captain Swift J- Galloway, our
popular solicitor, that the request
that the local option law should not
be enforced in Raleigh came from the j
leaders of the local option movement,
and was prompted by the fact that
the licenses had only been granted
last spring to the first of July. - Ev
ery reasonable mind can but endorse
the movement of- the Raleigh local
opitionists, and Captain Galloway is
neht In com Divine with their request.
Mr. W. W. Dunn, clerk of the I
Lenoir: Superior court, some time
since received a letter from Mr. S. P.
Leighton, of L H. Bufford's Sons.
Boston, Mass.; stating that he bad in
his possession a will which was sup-
. . i i r 1
poseu vo - nave ueeu iuuuu uu mo
Cobb Mills farm : three miles from
Kinston,during the occupancy of the
Federal forces. The result of the
correspondence was the return of the
will to Mr, Dunn tabe given to , Mrs.
Harriet E. A. Peebles, one of the
heirs. The wjll bears date of October
22, 1828, signed by John Cobb, and
witnessed by John H. Bryan, at one
time a member of Congress: and
John H Parker. As a relic it has a
peculiar interest and will be treasur
ed as such Dy Jars. ireeDies. v
A Model for Boys.
? John Lannon, of Alexandria, 'a. ,
died recently at Garfield hospital,
Washington, after a long illness.
The" St. Jdhn's' Academy Journal
says:' "Mr, Lannon was born in Ire
land and came to Alexandria with his
mother with a small boy. He entered
St." John's On the : 12th of t January.
1857. He was a very bright boy and
a hard student, and his standing in
school was high, but his mother being
very poor, he was taken away; early
to work for a living. Mr. Joseph
Broders, a merchant of Alexandria,
becoming acquainted with him ana
liking his appearance and manners,
took him into his store, f and leaving
town snddenly ; upon its - occupation
by the Federal troops in 1861,- he left
his store in his charge. Young Lan-.
non. was then but sixteen; and Mr.
B.,' ; of jcourse expected nothing of
him but an honest return : for such
goods as ; he might sell ; but i he was
not only honest, but enterprising,
and finding that a. larger . business
could be done than before, he replen
ished the stock, and-when Mr. B., re
turned in rt. two . or v.nree years, ne
handed over to him not - only more
goods than he had left, but $6,000 in
money which he had' made. Mr.
Broders made him a present of half
of it and took him into partnership,
and such was his business talent that
in twenty-two. or three years -which
followed he accumulated- property
estimated at from $75,000 to,100,000
in value. He built the opera hou-e
and other houses, together with the
largest wharf in Alexandria, and was
an enterprising active -business man
till disease prostrated him.' .His
honesty and industry as well as his
uniform observance rxt ms reiigio
duties, point him out as a deserving
example for boys - i ..
Daughter. Wives and W othera
" We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcolst's Cath
ollcon, a Female Remedy, to core female diseases,
such as ovarian troubles, Inflammation and ulcera
tion, falling and displacement or bearing down
leellng. Irregularities, barrenness, change of life,
leuoorrhcea, besides many weaknesses springing
from the above, like headache, bloating, spinal
weakness, sleeplessness, nervous debility, palplta-
tun jit tha hanrt. An. vnr sale b drueslStS.-
11.00 and $1.50 per bottle. - Bend to Dr. J. B. Mar-
T, ..s rri.1-. V fAvnomnhliit fAA .
-ITorsale byL.B. Wriston, Urugglft. jCbariotto
GOT. JLEE Oil HIS METTLE.
He Dnoaneea a BombProof
Belilfferant, Who Didn't Fight
Until After the War was Over.
' St. Lotjis, June 16. On decoration
day. Rev. , S. McChesney, pastor of
the Methodist church at : Topeka,
Kansas, delivered an address in which
he used the following language : "1
will not attempt : to conceal or de
scribe my emotions when I learned
that on - the 4th of ; March of
last year, at the time of the inaugura
tion ceremonies at Washington; an
ex-Confederate general Fitzhugh
Lee led that military? procession lp
Confederate uniform, with the gal
lant Sheridan relegated to an inferior
position in that line." ; .
The address attracted considerable
attention at the time, and met Gen.
Lee's eyes, for yesterday the Demos
cratio State Committee received the
; following letter from him: -
i Commonwealth or Virginia,
, :-t J . 3rOVKBNOB'8 OFFICE,
Richmond, Va.,' June 10,
The statements Of Dr. McChesney
are. false when he says that an ex
Confederate general led tke military
in the procession in Confederate uni
form, as well as his .statement that
Lieutenant General dheridan. in blue,
was placed in an inferior nosition:
and that the military was martialed
by a man in the color of ashes. Just
after reading bis: absurd sentences
comparing the color of gray to ashes,
etc., I read in another paper of the
i action of . some Federal soldiers in
Watertown; N. Y., who bad received
pensions under the laws of the United
States, but who, not "requiring them,
had sent them to some Confederate
soldiers in this State, because they
thought their ; necessities greater.
Which is doing most for the promoi
tion of the restored union of co-equal
States, thm narrow-minded, blood
thirsty preacher, who has probably
never; smelt gun-powder, or the ex-
union soldiers who stopped -fiehtine
when the war was. overt - I can only
pity the man who remains belligerent
so long, and express the hope that
after death his ashes may be at
peace. Very respectfully yours,'
- FrrzHTJGH Lee.
HEAVY FAILURE lit ATLANTA
.Taylor : in
:." Atlanta, Ga., June 16. The re
ported failure of Walter A. Taylor
has not been published by the Atlanta
papers, but has ' been the theme of
conversation in commercial, circles
today.; Net a great while ago the
statement was made in ' the public
press that Mr. Taylor had cleared
thirty thousand dollars on his TSweet
Gum and Mullen." Taylor's Premium
-Cologne and ' several proprietary
'medicines which he was manufactur
ing and handling:, and the general
impression was that he was doing a
' large business. The present embar -rassment
is a source of surprise in
commercial circles. -' Mr. - Taylor's
liabilities are said, to be largely over
a hundred - thousand dollars, while
his assets are comparatively small.
He has sold but to his brothers-in-law,
Messrs. J. A. Porter and R. J.
Lowry, both ; prominent bankers of
large means, who, it is" hoped by
Taylor's host of friends here, will be
able to tide him safely over his pres
ent embarrassment and place him up
on his feet again, i
- Prohibition in Maine.
Btchmond State. .'.
' Richmond, that voted wet, beats
Portland, in the prohibition State- of
Maine, in enforcing the Sunday law.
This is what the New York Herald's
correspondent says about Portland:
"The first attempt made .to strictly
enforce tbe Sunday law was a corns
plete failure. The Sunday . papers
were sold on tbe streets as usual, and
the paper and drug stores have been
pn all day.- The liquor saloons
have been doing a rushing business,
apparently." The great mistake that
moral reformers make in their efforts
for a better observance of the Sabs
bath is that they undertake a clean
sweep. It must be- shocking for the
good people of: Maine to think that
saloons exist at all in a prohibition
State. - But there is no reason wnat
ever why the saloons should keep
open on Sunday if the community is
in favor of closing. ; But instead of
putting the reform ; law into effect
only so far as saloon's are concerned,
tbe sale of newspapers is prohibited
on Sunday. Other cities have r at
tempted the : same thing. A : few
years ago . the authorities -of Louis
ville stopped the milk carts, the ice
wagons and the sale Of papers; along
with the closing of the saloons. The
result was that after the first Sunday
the milk men and the ice men and
tke saloon-keepers, were all. doing
business on - Sunday.. Too many
church-goers take ice and milk and
the papers on Sunday for a Sunday
law prohibiting traffic in tbe articles
named ever to be operative in a large
city. luchmond strikes . the nappy
mean, and all works well. -
, Bepabllcsn Ticket
- -r Nashville, Tenn, June
Republican State Judicial
tion met here yesterday and. norm
nated a full ticket of five judges of
the - Supreme Court. ' Nmetyfive
counties out of ninetysBix in the
State were represented by over seven
hundred delegates. lbe basis or rep
resentation being one vote for each
two hundred cast for Elaine. - The
candidates : nominated are . W. M .
Baxter. Samuel . Watson, J. A.
Warder, W., W, Hurray and W. M.
Another Dynamite Bomb.
Chioaqo, June 16. A special from
Racine, Wis., says: :At 10:30 o'clock
last night -. a', dynamite bomb was
hurled into - the acarnage-way vof
Mayor M.- M.r Secor's house:" The
bomb exploded with a report that
startled the whole city. Mr. Secor
drove over the fuse that exploded the
bomb about fifteen: minutes previous
to the explosion. A Bohemian named
Jambor was severely hurt, and he
was traced by blood from his wounds
for over a mile and a halt to the reeis
dence of .Ex Alderman Palico. . He
claims he - was passing Mr. Secor's
residence at the time of the explosion
on his way to the 01 :10 train on the
Northwestern railroad. ; le wul no
douht have a chance to explain why
he did not call for help, when - so
severely hurt, instead of running
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after my parents had spent hundreds of dollars for
treatment. i -
y , Ansusroa Wanna M. D Newark, N. J.
My wile from early girlhood has been suffering
from rheumatism. She has tried many remedies,
and I must frankly say bas derived more benefit
from Swift's Specific than from all theyothers, after
long ana nutniui trial. - -,.-.-- -
-, - Rjv, jAxra L. Peebcs, Oxford, 6a.
8wlft's Specific Is entirely vegetable. Treatise on
Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. .
Tn Swift Specific Co., Drawer S, Atlanta, 6a.,
or im w. aaisi.,N. x. , . . .
Alwavs Safe and always mre.
rum .mmuuy) una games' uyspepsia rnils(prtr
cenU) by mail.
oauv vav uu vvnagvom. ay.
- mayl9deodAwly -. -
PUB E liARD; "STAB D IULm
- - , I for sale by tbe following - '
C. Hilksr, ' i -5 - Hatsb Tods, . :
J. L. Datis, - 'i r B. Durham, . ,
L. A. SUSMTHmCSB, H. C. IBWIN, . :
B. B. ALSXANDXR CO..W. J. KKIBAT, -
JohhCalukb. - - C. Scott, -
K. D. MoGimns, 8. M. Howkll. ' '
L J.WtLUK CO., DClflfc SCHKOKOKK,
WlTHKBS dC KUBSXLb.
Kvery package bears our Bed Trade Hark, and
Tt guaranteed aoswuteiy pore,
: 0.CASSABD SOX,"
t - , - Baltimore, MJ.
, royal ystwifli , NJ
t . Still we always find " t -
. LOTS 01F OOKEf
t i v .- - , -
Ready to be spent, when 4 . . V- '-!
W E A D V E R T 1 8 E B A R G A I N S.
i. n WE ARE-SURE TO TOUCH 1 i
f 1 mA
Each Pattern contains 11 yardsr, none
WE WILL SELL TIIIS WEEK;
A.,4s4 Bleached Domestic - at ; 8 , cents per
yard, equal t any sold at 10 cents pe ryard.
n 3TY Pieces of
-v.- : JaTf rt uu
They are all
INVEST L THEH NOW!
- jf - -
28 cents per yard for ourt entire - stock of
French Satteens worth 45 cents.
TrilTi yards Nuns Veiling, Canvass and
- r y
r :. : :., They are 36 in. and 40
BJfcGLiO W COST,
- , . . A FRESH j LOT OF .' v - '
CMVASS BELTS AT CETS EACH.
CHARtO'tTE, N.'O. ,
MATTi ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ;
OFFERS TO i TBE
Wholesale s Retail Trade
Pure White Lead,
rV ENT Yr BARRELS
PURE LINSEED OIL,
A Large Stock of
ONE CAR LOAD
ALL AT CLOSE PRIGES.
v . J. H. MoADEN,
. ' , -. - ' ' - -
t. nA..:li; V- now
worth less than 12 cents pel yard
the well known Pacific
J;WUti IVl, JUlur 'i, t
in. wide, and are all wool. .
PIG H A M S,
J ' U r lj 1 " r- V !
Boneless' Breakfast Bacon,
. . , . AND - -
- - 41 : - .
BARNETT & AlEIANDER.
Free delivery; Telephone
HIBTlfRTDnDri rno nn
liiuinLuiiij Ullll lli tU.f
CHARLOTTE, If. C, j
, CITY TBAML' ,
iirE'SI?ieL?ottoe'011 dafter Joeedar, June
1st. oar city customers purcHaslns; wur tokSZ
will be tarnUlied k from u SSiV dlllwr?
wagon to Quantities ileslred.TrmVSrSS
np, at the vaibvm rate prloe of rrh7,r7
uidu yuuuus. ruoBe nowing weekly ticket of a
hlgber price can exchange Uiemat toeir owuori
frtU, our ticket eeau at toe Cl Dn 8tw S
the lower prtoed tickets. We are MmuiM
log and offering to the trade Tattow meSSS!
burg spring water thoroughly flitered. J
. . , " . - :. W. D4TIS,Sapt.
Car Load of 10 torn, " - 18 per toa ' -
FromSSoton? ' IwPtoS '
600 te 1,000 pouwia." . . " .: i'rK.
1001 to 600 pounds, - - - .
. We are now wlog the celebrated Ejaa iuu.
terough which all the water U paaeed beore fr
tog, and the trade mar relr upon all lea maoata.
tured by us being as pure as U U pos' We to m
tt. Orders solicited and promptly a.ied. Lomrt
freight and express rates secured for ev ensta.
mayffldtf ' ' XXCXXZKBTmo IC Ca
16 Barclay 8t,N.T.
1 1 0 O ft AAVAB1TTO ACwrv.Ad'trsas at
WBrtwdway.JiewTork. Xoa Oa 6aiua,
,' prtoedSra '
nir TPn iinvMd
in vu ivuuit; iii utu urm jmiereoc r"" -
If ' Trr: C" -"t X.zzt Ctil riotel.