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rn?cM; Sal ?Ii !
SVB8C&IPTI0N BATES :
DaUy, one year, poetrpaid) in advance. . .
Six Month.- .
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WEEKLY EDITION :
VUTnkh, mt Short
Weekly, (in the county) in advance . , . .
Out of the county, pbttpaid,. w. Js .
Six Month -f
Liberal Reduction for Club. . s
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CHARLOTTE, N. C, WEDNESDAYMimteffiM
3 - -.
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QASHMERES AND ALPACAS.
just Received another lot of superior
CASHMERES AND ALPACAS,
Banging m Price from 25 cents to One Dollar.
oi' colored cashmeres, ail
A Few Pieces
Wiol. of suier!or Quality
at sixty cents,
fall to see our .LADIES' CLOAKS before
buying. It wiii pay you.
ELI AS & COHEN.
i - t; RO ESS NICHOLS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
IW COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
t;r- COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
No. 5 West Trad Strket.
CHARLOTTE, N. C
1ST Ladles' and Gentlemen's Burial Bobes a
IT RRK ERB
n t tr v
UU R RN NN
K. (i. ROGERS' WAREROOMS,
'KXT TO POSTOFTICK.
feiodk Is very Lar, u -andeinbracesa Full Jn of
fXHWH, CIIAMBElt, DINING ROO
OVKIGE FlUtNlTURE j
All Goods Packed Free of Charge
I shall start tor the Northern and Eastern mar
kets on to day's train, to purchase my
I shall use every effort to secure all the leading
styles and novelties In Fancy Dry Goods. I expect
to buy my entire stock tor cash, giving me the ad
vantage of the lowest market prices, and extra dis
I have associated with me In business MR. T. J.
SEA6LE, of Philadelphia, and he being to the
Northern markets all the time, win na rta
facilities for making our. purchases at all seasons
In the year, Instead of ordering
We have Just received a new line of
I) RE SS GOODS
la Brocade, nnttpgsi Beges and Fancy Alpaoeas.
White Cotton Ferry for making children's cloaks;
Striped and Barred Nainsooks ; a new line of
Piques. Also a full line of
A beautiful stock of Spring Prints and Fancy Do
we wui be receiving goods daily until our stock
is complete, which will be about the 10th of March.
T. L. SFJGLE&C0.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
We take pleasure in announcing to our friends
and the public In general, that we leave to-day for
NEW YORK, , ;
To purchase our large and varied
OF THE SEASON.
It is our Intention this season to Inaugurate a
new system of prices In Charlotte, which will give
our friends and the community at large a chance
to purchase Goods at
NEW YORK CITY PRICES.
We are closing out a lot of
AT LESS THAN COST.
Don't fall to call and see us.
H. MORRIS A BROS.
From Paris, France,
WATCH and CLOCK MAKER, GILDER and SIL
Tdereetjepposlto. First Presbyterian Church
Nat Gray Store.
Every kind of repairs made at once at halT prlee
und warranted one year. Every kind of Jewelry or
Bronze Gilding, Coloring. SUver-Plating na uiu
vanlzlng made at short notice and equally as good
asewT Wort done r the trade at low pric.
Apprentice, waniwa, wim iikui
W5Eed work uncalled foe wfflbesold at the
expiration of twelve months for cost of repairs.
septio t '
VROM DR. a J. BELT, M. D.,
I have prescribed Colden's Lelbtfs Llapld Ex
tract of Beef and Tonic Invigorator, and cheer
funy state thai ft has met my mosf sanguine ex
pectations, giving to patients long enfeebled by
ohronlc diseases, debulty, vreataesOs of appe-
Ut and Indigestion, ,ffl"J??f'
ntood.tsold by ail Driegltfc;y P
-7-A TJAT to au outfit free. Ad
dress P. o" VICKEBY, Augusta, Maine,
qa Fancy Cards, Ommo, Snowflake, ftc., , no two
OU alike, wltb7 name, 10 cents. J. Mlnkler
Co.' Nassau, N. Y.
. ... . . ..hntnini rr 9K el-
KA Snowfiake. noiio. o,T' rArrf Co..
AW r egantenromo carua, w
U.N-X. : - ' :
77 "A'ntroumt freT haw"4 Co., Augus
ta, Maine -''. - ' "
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING BUBEAUf
Spruce street, New York. ,
Jayly, the Troabadonr.
INew Orleans Times.
Oh king of the fiddle. Wilhelmj,
If truly you love me, just teUmj;
Just answer my sigh
By the glance of your eye.
Be honest, and don't try to sellmj.
With rapture your music did thrillmj,
With pleasure supreme did It fillm.
And If I could believe
That you meant to deceive
v Wilhelmj, I think it will killmj.
To Square the Circle.
(From the Morningslde Mirror.)
Or, like a mathematic elf,
To make a circle square itself.
This problem, through successive ages,
Has puzzled all the wisest sages;
But let me prove, and thereby please ye,
'Tls very pretty, quick, and easy.
First, draw your circle then with care,
Erect the Inner, outer square;
From comer of the inner square.
Drew the same circle, round and fair.
'Twill pass first circle's centre through,
And cuts the outer square In two;
Join these two outer points that line
Is side of equal square, sublime.
And so I've squared the circle pat,
Nay, I've done better, more than that,
For, like a mathematic elf,
I've made the circle square itself.
J. W. M.
Pboot. Draw a circle of 2Vz Inches radius with
great accuracy. That is 40-1 oths of an Inch, and
It will contain 6026.66 of such parts. And the line
or side (obtained as above .directed) is 70-9 parts
or iotas in length, and 70.W squared is ouzo 81
which is the same (reallv) as the circle. Any circle
can be equal squared In the same quick, true, and
The sudden removal of Zach Chandler to Wash
ington has cast a gloom over the retail liquor busl- i
uesa in juciugan.
A Boston girl writes to a young lady in Yassar
College that a rich old uncle has just died and left
ner a large umDacy. iiica voserver.
Has any one ever heard of a canta trice that
wasn't a "fair cantatrice?" There appear to be
no brunettes in the business. Cincinnati Enquirer.
William Augustus to sleepy room-mate: "Come,
John Henry, why don't you get up with the lark, as
I do?" John Henry, grimly: "Been up with him
A farmer has Invented a rubber hand which he
hangs on his front gate for the convenience of can
didates to snake, his wile, having no cniidren,
has made a large rag doll and sets It on the oppo
site post lor them to kiss.
The question whether a clergyman can perform
bis own marriage ceremony has been in litigation
for the last three years in the courts of Ireland, and
the decision finally reached Is that such a marriage
A worthy Baptist minister in the west, gently re
buking his Sock for their extravagance In dress,
used the word "garbage," supposing it to be a
more elegant form of "garb." Wild hilarity In the
choir and horrible consternation among the devout
pornou oi tne nocK.
A Chicago exchange strikes the nail fairly on the
head: "Never go where you are not wanted! If a
man wants you to come to his place of business he
will Invite you through an advertisement. It is
wrong to Intrude on privacy."
A Troy audience resented the poor performance
of a traveling theatrical company by refusing to
permit the play to be finished, and the local mana
ger apologized ior Dunging sucn a snow to tne
The aldermen of Lowell, Mass.. have passed a
city ordinance requiring barbers to close their shops
on Sunday, and the sinners or that town cry out
with a loud voice: "What shall we do to be shaved."
RANSOM AND CONKLLVG.
T.'iey Hitch Over the River and Harbor Bill.
Sunday in the Senate New York Sun Report
Mr. Conkling said the bill, as reported
from the committee on commerce of the
Senate, provided for the expenditure of
8658.000. and his belief was that one-
half of this sum was for works unwar
ranted in respect to usefulness, and for
which there was no right to carry on or
to improve. He had no doubt of the
right of Congress to appropriate money
to improve the highway of commerce,
the harbors, rivers, arms of the sea, and
such channels as are national in cnar-
acter and relations. He did not believe
Congress had power, and by this he
meantrightf ul and constitutional power,
to appropriate money to di edge trout
streams, brooks, and small beds of wa
ter lying wholly within .individual
States. Although the bill contained
appropriations for improvements in the
State of New York which were national
and meritorious, and also appropna
tions to improve the navigation of the
Mississippi Kiver which was also na
tional, he should be compelled to vote
aeainst the bill unless he were able to
carve out the works useful and national.
He expressed himself in favor of the
Mr. Ransom (Democrat, of N. C.) re
gretted that the Senator from New
York, who was the chairman of the
committee on commerce, made the criti
cism he did. If he was not mistaken,
the last act the Senator did was to assist
the Senator from Florida (Mr. Conover)
and the Senator from Louisiana (Mr.
Kellogg) in passing amendments in
creasing the appropriations in the bill
at which be now levelled his denuncia
tion. If he was not further mistaken,
the Senator voted to attach to the bill
an appropriation of $1,750,000 for the
continuation of the Eads iettv improve
ment. Mr. Ransom then spoke in favor
of the bill, there being thousands of
streams to carry to the larger rivers tne
produce of the farmer, and thence to
the centres of trade.
Mr. Conkling, in reply, spoke of the
vast improvements in water communi
cation in New York made by that State
itself, and for which not a cent was
asked of the general government. He
did vote for the amendments alluded to
by the Senator from North Carolina.
He regarded the bill as one of the choice
scandals of legislation, and believing
the average river and harbor bills were
little betUr than a burlesque on such
improvements, he voted for some of the
amendments to do what was called
loading the bill, in order to bring out
the features of tne Dili m doiq renei,
and to show what legislation means.
Mr. Ransom replied tnat tne senator
gave a generous vote tor tne amend
ments oi the Senators from Florida and
Louisiana, for which they thanked him
a vote to make the bill odious, to show
its dark lines, and to secure its defeat.
His friends then received his aid for
Valaable Discoveries of Gold in North farolirs.
Special to the Washington Gazette.l
Chemical Laboratory, )
Thomasville, N. C, Feb. 27, 1879. C
Messrs. Peters & Reid, commission
nipmhartts. of Norfolk. Va., are owners
of 150 acres of land in Randolph coun
ty, of this State, upon wmcn iias ueeu
discoverea a goiu mine, x vo use
fully assayed at this office the different
portions of their vein (brown ore) with
the following resuu: ureyieiumg eiiuru
to 3160 per ton.
; ; Ii. M. Eames
. , I I I I ;
Monroe Express: We learn that a
voune man bv'the name of John Kind-
lev, who lived near Efird's Mill post-
office, in Stanley county, recently de
serted his wife for another woman, j
The woman had been living with him
aa a servant and on account of the inti
macy existing between them there had j
been for sometime a coldness between
him and his wife. .The two disappear
ed from the neighborhood simultane
ously, and it is supposed tney leir, to
The Agricultural Department.
In the House, ort the evening of the
2Gth ult, a biu was introduced to reduce
the salary of the Commissioner of Ag
riculture and the appropriation to 91.-
000, when Mr. W. E. Ardrey, of Meck
lenburg county,suomittea tne following
Mr. Speaker,! think this bill is a snap
judgment on. our agricultural depart
ment, ana tne committee on retrencn-
ment and reform in presenting it have
entirely ignored the committee on agri
culture, over which I have the honor to '
preside as chairman.. And, sir, allow
me here to say tnat my committee is I
composed of . gentlemen as intelligent
and patriotic as are on this floor. We
have worked faithfully and have given
every bill referred to us prompt atten
tion and our calendar is now disposed
of, and thera could be no excuse for not
referring tiiis matter to the proper com
mittee. Now, gentlemen of the House, '
I take thepositiofl; that the province
and duty of the committee on retrench-1
ment and reform, which is only a spe
cial committee, is to investigate mat
ters submitted to them and to confer
with the regular standing committees
on these subjects, but ia this particular
instance they have assumed to ignore
the very existence of our committee. 1
Sir, I protest against crippling this
department in its inlancy, and you well
know it is neither new nor rare for
some extravagance to be found in all
new enterprises, especially of sueh mag
nitude as tnis one, ana mere may nave
been some extravagance in this, but I
do not believe there has been any inten
tional mismanagement on the part of
any of the officers of the department,
and while it may have sustained some
losses, yet it has saved hundreds of
thousands of dollars to the farmers of
the State in the analysis of commercial
fertilizers, for some of the brands that
were on our market when this depart
ment was established, by chemical anal
ysis, were proven- to contain nity-ven
per cent, of sand. Now, the farmer that
purchased such spurious articles, paid
more than one-half of his money for
sand. Must he spend his money to test
the value of his fertilizers by tedious
and extravagant experiments, when he
can have them tested by analysis when
it does not cost him anything? no, nor
not a dollar out of the public treasury,
for we are now buying at the same price
per ton that our neighbors in Virginia
and South Carolina ate now paying.
The law is certainly a great protection,
both to the farmer and manufacturer,
and here I will inform this House that
some of the manufacturers have been
before our committee asking that the
tax be continued, for it secured to them
an honest competion with honest dealt
ers. When this department came into
existence tnere were over one Jiundrea
brands sold in this State, and only about
forty have stood the test, and. now the
farmer with perfect safety can invest
his monev in anv of these brands. ; -1
Now, gentlemen, i nave tnis cause at
heart, for I am a farmer, and regard
this act of 1876- 77 as the nrst legislation
in North Carolina for the advancement
of her agricultural interest. And I am
surprised at the position of the gentle
man irom Alamance, who nas just pre
ceded me, being a professional man, to
make the severe attack on the depart
ment that he has done, but 1 am glad.
to learn (as he just informs me) that he
is also a good farmer, but 1 think n ne
would carefully examine the reports of
the commissioner and read the agricut
tural journals more, he doubtless would
be a better farmer and would have less
prejudice against the department.
know that he is an honest and high
toned gentleman, and is open to correc
tions on this sumect.
Now, Mr. Speaker, 1 have the honor
to represent, not an extravagant, out
liberal people, and I feel to-night that
my reelings are m tun accord with
theirs. But. sir. if it is the policy of
this General Assembly to stop all the
great and noble enterprises Of our State,
and reduce at one fell swoop the appro
priations to our charitable and penal
institutions so low that they cannot be
maintained, if that be the policy, I say
discharge ther)mciais. Close tne doors
or our asylums and place tne inmates
uyou uie cuariuea oiiie wuuu, uui vjtuu
forbid that such should be the issue. I
feel, for one, and I believe it is the sense
ot this House, and I know that it is tne
wish of our constituents at home, that
these poor, unfortunate creatures should
be provided for, and that our great rail
road undertakings should be pushed on
ward, and that our vast mineral and
agricultural wealth should be develop
ed, and if we fail to perform these du
ties, we will prove recreant to the trust
imposed in us.
Let me sav again that 1 win not ad
vocate extravagance in the administra
tion of our government, but I cannot
and will not endorse the stringent econ
omy that some members on this floor
advocate, for I think it will tend to re
tard instead of advance our prosperity,
and I do believe with wise and judicious
legislation there is in the near future a
-i . t i j
degree oi progress ana prosperity ior
North Carolina that she has never be
fore attained. And now. gentlemen, let
usHoster ' and protect her agricultural
interest, which is the foundation upon
which this great and grand structure
must be erected.
Disbursements of the Agricultural Department
from ipril 12th, 1877, to April 15th, 1878.
Commissioner of Agriculture, per an
num, Secretary and Treasurer.
Clerk, per month $25.00,
Office Boy, per month $12.00,
$ 2,000 00
S 5,939 00
Assistant cnemist, per monin a4U,
Total for salaries 1 year,
Pay to members of the Board,
Furniture for office.
Rents for office,
Mu8eum,rents,fumlture and freights,;
Expenses for exhibition at State Fair,
Hatching and distribution of Shad,
, 919 11
Hatching ana austriDduon oisaimonj
permanent wonts oi me uatcnery,
Freight from California on Salmon
Apparatus and chemicals for Control
Expenses for collecting samples of
Incidental expenses of Control Sta
Amount paid C. D.
Smith, for col
marbles of the
lectins wood and
West, with frektht.
Expenses for sending N. C. products
Immigration, expense of agent and
Total expenses for one year,
Womb's Best Frtead. z c- "
Ample testimonials from every section of the
country show that Brad field's Female' Regulator
is as It claims to be, "Woman's best friend."
Many suffering females have tried it, and have
been cured, and bear witness to its merits la sound
constitutions and rosy cheeks. - Its record is before,
the public.- Dont fail to try It If yon are suffering
from any of the complaints peculiar to the sex. . (
feb25 1m , ... r
, ' - i BmWm ii - -.-.;. 2,
" w chew Jackson s best sweet navt
Correspondence BaltltieW SMl
Washington, Marcn raeH
met at 930. in continuance of9
day's session, and while discussing tei
hour to which it should take - a recess?!
(Mr. Tucker, of Virginia; suggesting
midnight, Mr. Townsend, of New York,
favoring an earlier, hour, on the ground
that he could do without, ;gptng to
church, but could not do without sleep;
Mr. Price, of Iowa, proposing to ad
journ till Monday ; morning, on the
ground that a Sunday session was not
creditable, and Mr. Atkins, Tennes
see, insisting that it was absolutely nec
essary to meet in the evening in order
that the bills might be enrojJet) a respectable-looking
elderly. : gintleman
stood up in the gallery, neat Dy the
clerk, and lifting up his voice! entred
his protest against the desecration of
the Sabbath, warning members that the
God of Heaven would punish them for
dishonoring His holY day. He" went on
to quote from the Bible tnatThe wick
ed shall be turned into hell; and an the
nations that forget Gort At this point
the enthusiast's Harangue was interrupt
ed by one of the doorkeepers, Who quiet
ly led mm out of the gallery, lie made
no more resistance, but went off satis-
fled that he had discharged a pious duty.
A Wronged Maiden's Revenge.
Detroit, MicHFeb. 26. Warren N,
Draper, a young lawyer, from the neigh
boring town of Fontiac, while on his
way to the depot with his wife, was as
saulted by Minnie Stevens, a dashing
and stylish brunette, with whom he had
been on terms of intimacy tor the last
two years. With an oath Minnie re
marked: u I love you too much to give
you up for another, and thereupon
drew a revolver and blazed: away, the
ball lodging in Draper's head, and in
flicting a dangerous wound, ; Minnie
was arrested and Draper was taken to
the hotel. He probably won't prosecute
her. His efforts to dissolve the rela
tions inspired the girl's murderous as
sault. The Peer of Aoy.
Washington City Gazette,
Ex-Governor Z. B. Vance, of North
Carolina, Senator-elect from that State,
is in Baltimore. His wisdom and wit
will make him the peer of any of his
Good cheer tot CoBsanp: Ives.
There Is a form of consumption which was better
indicated by the old fashioned name of ' "decline."
It ls the dreaded soOurge of some "parts of the
Sou&era States, claiming-, more victims every year
than are swept away by the most terrible visitations
of the yellow fever." The 'malady arises from the
Inability of the patients' eyBtetn to take up and as
similate the Bwnlshing ingredients-of the food
that Is eaten. - Some years ago- the. medical profes
sion with remarkable t unanimity, agreed that Cod
Uver OU: 'contained the TOOst concentrated and
easily absorbed elements of hutritlon. If the nau
seous taste and smell ot the oil could be avoided It
wouid unquesHOhably be the most sovereign reme
dy that ever shed a nealmg blessing on the human
race. And these repulsive - properties are success
fully removed by the - union of pure Cod Liver Oil
wfth the "Hrpophosphites of Lime and Soda in
Scott's Emulsion. The combination Is a most ele
gant ene, pleasant as sweet milk In flavor, conge
nial to the stomach, and acting directly as a power
ful yet genUe tonic of the brain and nervous sys
tem. For upwards of thirty years Mrs. WlnsloWs Sooth
ing Syrup has been nsed for children. It corrects
acidity or the stomach, relieves wind colic regulates
the bowels, cores dysentery and diarrhoea, whether
arising from teething or other causes. An old and
well known remedy. 26c per bottle.
MINING ANDIMMIGRATION AGENCY.
For selling and buying Mines, Lands and Houses,
Advertise free of eost, all properties placed in my
hands for sale.
THOS. F. DRAYTON,
TF YOU WISH
to engage In an honest, genteel
X business, and
make plenty of money during
the holidays, send your address to
RANDOLPH ft CO.,
feb4w4t 107, 4th av.. N. T.
OR FINE WINES,
And rure Liquors, Three Years Old, go
Central Hotel Saloon.
Guaranteed to be
TWENTY YEARS OLD,
AT CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON.
CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON
For Standard Pure Liquors.
JOIN your hands all friends of taste
QN my bar only the best Is placed.
gANDWICH. Pretzel, Wine, Whiskey, Beer,
JgACH man '11 receive right real, good cheer,
J LEASE step in. my hall Inspect,
JJEAR It, youH see more than you'll expect
JpRENCH, German, Domestic Brandles,Wiie
j try each customer's taste to refine,
gUCH Sandwich novel and Pretzel's good,
QONTAINS my bar, most delicious food, v V
JJAVLNG Cheese and Sausage In bill of fare,
JACH glass of Beer, or Gin will bear
gAYANT Judgment and taste most rare.
gEE comtciteWa'avB as In sips be, drlngs .
JACH sip he takes proves what he thinks! ('
RIGHT off one more he calls as to his friend
he winks. , i-. .
F. C. MUNZLER,.
TXEALEB In Lager Beer, Ale and Potter; botfled
U beer a specialty: Bottled beer deUverad to
any part of the dty free of charge at ONE DOL
LAR PER DOZEN. r 5 ' !
Lager Beer Is healthy and an excellent appetizer,
and recommendedlif aD good physteians to per-
sons tn delicate health
- An orders left at JohnTegePt tenor shop wQt K
celve prompt iattentlon. " ,
"Ift J ''"Jivr!
m-l(R fir'HiattlB 1 T7'S T
& mm VH J HM
oilw .tniufioi) TUiteTtt'r'. i .f
Imhle.'iiH-Sh'iii sdJ moil
Muovr ftrf Jr.di siaaf. -j;-in"!
J08T RECEIVED FROVf-
HAVE JUST RKCKfVED l"BOi
A ftnl and complete Itoe ot sample Goods for Spring
Wear; the styles are ail new, attractive and
handsomely designed; the Goods
are all of Toreign Looms,
French, English, Scotch and German,
And with Increased faculties we ask our friends
and patrons to eomcraad foofcjftour Goods, as
we Intend to make garments to order, cheap
er than any Northern tailor coming
through here:we have also receiv
ed Butterick's Fashion Plates
for spring and summer
wear as guide.
17 We solicit an early eall, so "as to give us
ume Derore a rush ot manufacture.
BERWAXOEB ft BRO.,
Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
N. B. Everybody that wants winter clothing win
save money by calling on as, as we wui sell them
regardless of cost, Men's, Tooths', Boys' and
TEACHEBS WASTED. $50 to $10Q or $200
per month, during the Spring and Sommer.
For full particulars address -JJ:
J. C. JdeCXTBDT ft CO..
. Philadelphia, Pa.
Johnson's Anodyne, Unlment wfU positively pre
vent this terrible disease, and will positively cure
nine cases In ten. . Information that will save
many Dves sent free by man. Dont delay a mo
ment. Prevention Is better than core. Sold every
where. I. S. JOHNSON ft CO..
There Is no doubt about the great superiority of
this article over common porous plasters and other
external remedies, such as Bnlmentsr electrical ap
pliances, ftc Ask pbjflleiahs In your own locality
about it. it is wondemu.
Sold by all Druggists, price 25 cents.
IN THE WORLD.
53,672 Superb English Books AT OUR PRICE.
75,270 New American Books AT YOUR PRICE.
1 12,720 Second-hand Books AT ANY PRICE.
Catalogue of General Literature Free.
3 Beekman st.. near New Post-Office , New Ytrk.
And al Disorders of the
THROAT AND LUNGS
DR. T. A. SLOCUM'S GREAT REMEDY
r y ooo H
Y O O H
N K If
Taken In conjunction with his
COMPOUND EMULSION OF
o i L
URE COD LITER
and fcypophesphttes of
LIMB AND SODA.
A FREE BOTTLE of each preparation sent by
express to each suffering applicant sending their
name, P. a and express address to Dr. T. A-Slo-cum,
181 Pearl stf-eot. New York.
JHEU MA T I S Vf
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g A.l I.C I L I C
Manufactured only under the above Trade-Mark
EUROPEAN SALICTLIC MEDICINE CO.,
or rkxa aa uoraa.
Immediate relief warianted. Permanent core
guaranteed. Now exduslvelj wed by aU celebrated
phystciana ot jauope ana k America, neceniag-
Staple r Harmleast' and Benable Bemedy on, both
conUnenta The, mgnt wow ACMemyor
Parti report 95 eofeitt 1 WivQmVut
days: 'SecreWXhe-onlT dlssolver of ttojpolsonoua
Uric Acid whWh exfstrln the Blood of JUteomatle
and Gouty! Pattte; :l',0O ot
Endorsed by taoTana. Sold by U duggisU. -Address
bovT Only importers- uepoc uun-s, r. x.
For sale by 3. H McADKN, Druggists, -t
febl81y. Charlotte, N, C.
TO BUILDERS iND CONTRACTORa-Blds for
i Um eonstiueUcn of the following bondings wui
b received onoitne Ota ex atarea, next: - ;
- One Briek Blocav lint Door oontalBlng tw tora
houses, mator's ana bollce offices, with ah. apeta-
fcousaabove-r'; :"r ' -:
-ODBBncKBtoari eotwnmc nine sure noasw,
with two stories obovefor a hotel, rrd :i i;
Tlans and spedftcatloas. for, first rained block
may jw seen- at the Office of G. , L. - Norman; ' $xlr
tet; also, tohotolbtockiasaWoBkWaod af
ter the 24th Inst, Buildings to be-completed by
1st of . October nexfc. Contractor to gle-; bonds.
Bight to reject any of an bids reeenei,
' . " ; ..' J i:H,Jt HEIXrTSH,
-; i B, UiBOWDEN,
W. a CANNON.
Committee for Town CoundL
i i B. LvBOWDEN,
' W. WASH THOMPSON, 1
H. X. HETNiTSH, - '
... ' OommltieeforBulldlrAsxlsftoil.
' febl8,lialeod ' 1 " Sp&rtanburg, &C
t' SPLENDID LINE OT ' 1 ' ' :
Fine Tea, an grades just ta,
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THE LATEST STYLES
THE LATEST STYLES
HATS & BONNETS
HATS & BONNETS
HATS & BONNETS
Just received b
WITTKOWSKY & BARUCII.
L O T H I N GJ
C L O T H I N VT i
W. KAUFMAN ft CO'S.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Havmg detemmed to retrace oar stock, we now
offer to the people of Cb&rloOe tad this section of
North Carolina, the largest, cheapest and most
beautiful and well selected stock
8 0 T
WE HATS EVKB OFFKBXD,
Consisting of the usual variety ot MEN'S. BOY'S,
TOyjfH'S AND CHILDREN'S
C t 0 T H I N G .
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
P AU wa ask U that oar frkmds and easterners
wfllglva us a call, as tt win be to roar latorest, and
you will save from fifteen to twenty per cent on
four purchase. - - W. 1ULTMAKA CO.,
. Springs Corner, Chartotm, N. C
VBS WORLDS STANDARD.
TFor Sale Also,
PATENT ALARM MONET DRAWEES
Coffee MUla, Spice Mills, and Store Flxturea Gem
The Improved Type Writer.
v3scISS0ng Pomp Go's Pumps.
- end for Circulars. - ' ,
. j-, s " t'.i .: -.i,
811 Broadway Nw ToO
tW Tot sale by ladlnx Hardware Dealer
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