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THE OBSERVES JOB DEflMOKT
paUu, one year, (pottrpaid) fe advance
One Month .,
WEEKLY EDITION :
UIM UCC-rt WK" wyrmu eaj'XJMta owr M i wovw
vanLastdteith the Lated 8Met9frvr. mU mrv
been thoroughly mpjMed vUh every.
manner of Job Woramfo b$ dome mith ntamms.
Wt em furoiiA,
BLAKKSt BOUfyiBXApSt 'ff '-'.
', ( the county) in advance. .f2 00 '
Othtcounty.postpvid,.... .J .... 2 10
six Month....:....'... 1 00
TAGS. RECEIPTS, POSTERS,
PAMPHLETS, CISCVLARS, CHECKS, 40.
ARtOTTE, N;- C., THUR$IAY MARCH 6, 1879.
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SPRING DRY GOODS
H H H
We beg leave to announce" toVir frferwia and
customers that we have bought an unusually large
m0st of which Is now in. and leady tor Inspection.
We are prepared fd6ffer" this " season ekttan-"
n:irv inducements to buyersfUy' f 4 0 0.
1 f (TIT
WHOIjE$&L i i
Olve us a call, or send your orders, and we will
guarantee satisfaction. f i "
WHOLESALE AND RK
ALL KINDS OF
A Knll Lwwof
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
IW COFFLNS of all Wn(otiiatuL j&
i'fr COF1TNS of all kinds on hand. S
NO. 6 WS8T TBAJWt STiaKf.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
IS- Ladles' and
1 ne supply.
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Nitrr to PosTomcm.
and embracesY FaUUrie tf
.1 l .d-j'i
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PAkLOll, CHAMBER, DINING BOO
f? All Goods Packed tfree of Cbargell
it eHoT Xh-.
I 8hu.ll start for the Northern- Eastern mar
kets on to day's, train, to purchase my
!- 1 1
I shall use every effort to secure all the leading
styles and novelties In Fancy Dry Goods. I expect
. . . A.K U
to buy my entire stock for cult, giving me the ad-
vantage of the lowt;St market prices, and.eradl-i
I have associated with ae In Jwuineas MB. T. J.
SEAGLE, of Philadelphia, and he betas in the
Northern markets all the 'time, will give us extra
facilities for making our purchases at all seasons
In the year, Instead of ordering.
We have just received a new line of
la Brocades, Buufidgaj EtJei fijdjfancy Alpaccas.
Striped and Barred ' ftalnsooks; U' neW line or 1
Piques. AIsq ftfnUlltf of
A beautiful stock op Spring, Prints and Fancy Do
we win De receiving goods aaiiy unni our swck
complete, which will be about the of March.
T.,L.SGLE 4 CO
- Op, hariott SQtel, Trjon 8t Charlotte, N. Cv
We take pleasure in.
announcing to odricndB
To purchase our large and varied
- ; f. ' '
OF THX SEASON.
. It is. out. Intention this season to inaugurat a
ti , ', . ; - .... i j
nVW system of prices fri Charlotte, whlcI", will give
onr friends and the community at large a chance
to purchase Goods at
NEW YORK CITY PRICES.
We are'doslng out a lot of "
WINTER GO ODS j
AT LESS THAN COST.
fHKft fstttdlfeB and see-HR.
H. MORRIS A BROS.
From Paris, France,
WAXCH 3j6ifXILlKS8, OIUBK and gH
a Mnnlwi moHa nl nnce at half DrRO-
.EiTOTJ UUU VJ ICIiau. - -
I ay imm yiumi w mv "o . j
mKtzln?mttl&t shortaoUee aod caoaByMga4
as new. Work done for the trade at low pncea. .
Spitted wrlL: Uncalled for wilt be sdW at thei
expiration oi iwoivo muuuu a wo v -"
ITK. S. J.
BELT, M. IX,
I have prescribed Colden'sLeibtfi'lVWaWEf
trac ol,!?! ami -Tonic .Jn3rfPiP;n'ol';
fully saie that ft basmet mmost' eaifit99'tit
ohronlc diseases, debility, weakness, Uwof flppj
. gpnta ftanvasslng for the " ikk-
dress P. O. VICKEBY, Augusta, Maine,
Co, Nassau, Y. -
ft A Bnoiira, Jfctto. c.. no two
9jw 'egameanNDucanuif iw, rr.ui
a monm ana expenscB ; ".Z.
Atents.! Outfit frefcjfihajEP-. AuB
.7 i . it u .
NjrwSPilTCB ttrmcnsma BTJBEAU, iu
Spruce street, New York.
I look far down a dewy vale.
Where cool palms lean along a brook.
As crooked as a shepherd's crook:
Red parrots call from the orange trees.
Where white blooms kiss the idle breeze;
The gray dove coos his low love-tale.
W.th cross outstretched like pleading hands,
Xhat mutely plead the faith of Christ,
Amid the palms a low church stands;
i would that man might learn from these
The priceless victories of peace.
And woo her 'mid these olive trees.
And win an earthly paradise.
I see black clouds of troops afar
Sweep like a surge that sweeps the shore,
I hear the hoarse-voiced cannon ioar;
The red-mouthed orators of war
Plead as they never plead before.
There are nearly twice as many Greeks In Turkey
Gov. Roberts, of TeiaJs, Is a bigger man than
Blue Jeans Williams. He wears a suit of clothes
that cost only $8.50.
"Why should we celebrate Washington's birth
day more than mine?" asked a down-town teacher
to-day; "Because he never told a lie," shouted an
urchin with a hole In His Majesty's Pinafore.
Ole Bull has settled down In his new home at
Madison, Wisconsin, i At the recent marriage of a
poor Norwegian in that city he officiated in the ca
pacity oi an orcnesira, to tne great aeugm ai tae
pair and the company. ' ' ' !
An exchanee notes the tace that there are other
fieWs of ambition for young women than walking I
qaaneNnues in quaneraoars, ana pouus w uie
record of & ContiecUcat trtrl who achieved five
divorces In five consecntlve quarter-years, and she
ii iu in gooa eonaitwn .
The editors of the Hannibal Courier and the
Hannibal cupper stepped over on to one of the
MiflslssiDDl Islands the other mornlne to revel In
each other's gore. It is not developed which Of
the two paid loc the cow that was round dead
snoruy suDsequeni to ine meeting. at. uxm
Perhans nine-tenths of womankind would mthef
w 'M,,---r--T.- rc - -i
who a puiow-snam pattern man a new nouset
we nave heard of one cut on the was, with beveled
edges and cross-cut corners; the middle Is filled
with fluting and fringes, and the rest of It scolloped
ana mmmea witn ramoow-oeaas. n must oe "too
lovely" for anything.
The Experience of a YoUDg Rustic Who Sought
a Commercial Situation io Charlotte.
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Correspondence of The Observer.
Monroe, Marcn 4. rne cotton crop
had been sold, and Charles Wilson had
ninety-five dcftfars in cash! iChartea had
read the city papers and heard the
drummers talk who visited our coun
try town. He avowed himself disgust
ed with farm-life and detexnunea to
seek a situation in the commercial line.
Charlotte was the i?oal of tris ' future
career, ne had no experience in mer
chandise, but had taken lessons in book
keeping and penmanship under an itin
erant professor, who taught three weeks
in our village ; besides, he had taught
an old held school, and had a recom
mendation from the committee. ThesejJ
m his inexperienced opinion, would
place him in any situation that he
would accept in Charlotte,
I, somewhat inspired by his self-con-
hdence and enthusiasm, agreed to in
vest a few dollars in a trip to Charlotte
with him,to"look round" nothing more.
We took a "buss up town and register
ed at the Central. 'Twas an unusual
ly crowded day at the central a score
of commercial men from Baltimore,
Xew x ork and Boston were there. We
passed down the streets in review. Mv
friend was full of perception, and readi
ly singled out the nourishing houses of
vvittkowsky x Baruch, Julias & Conen
and a large hardware store under the
hotel. We were clad in our best, and
Charles fancied his new suit gave him
quite the air of a commercial man : but
the, shrewd city men knew better.
When we entered the establislvment of
Wittkow8ky & Baruch no less than a
dozep. clerks rushed for us, their eyes
stretched into a wise blare, and their
w hole souls centered upon a "bilL borne
of them -wore a pleasant smile, others.
naught but a formal business look. Orie
youngster shied close up to me, and
with an arr which said, -traae or trav
el." reuuested what I desired to "look
at." We were both abashed, for we de
sired nothing. However, my friend who
possessed "the cheek or a government
mule, demanded in a tone oi voice just
three times too loud, to see the proprie
tor. 1 followed into the-omce where we
met a gentleman of small statue, small
head, small eyes and side whiskers, who
"believed" his name was Mr. Wittkow-
Mv name, said Charles, by way of
introduction, "is Wilson. I am visiting
Charlotte for the purpose ot engaging
m the mercantile business: to be trank
sk I ' hae hio 'experience in the busi
ness but have references from tne
school committee on Fork Creek and
from Sciibo Situation, Esq., teacher of
bonk-keeuinff and penmanship."
Wfrereulxm ne produced tne vaiuea
docuthents from bis pocket. The pro-
Drietor did not loot at tnem, out toia
Mr. Wirsori that1 he had more salesmen
thaa pis issues, would warrant at pres
ent, and intimated very strongly that
he thought that voimg men naa- oetter
stick to the tarm ana do Dusiness ror
themselves: in short, he told Wilson
thaf-he had no vacaney, and further
more, unless a man had experience he
should not seek a situation in the city;
but be Wished Mr. Wilson success. As
Hi 'i. '1.1. X.' "t- i-1 .l ;n4.in..4. t,.
meotnat he thought the proprietor or
tliat? otrase dfd tibt know on "which side
hia bread was buttered, i but being a
disinterested partyJ saw that hedidnd
reminded Charles that he had built up
his large busiBess from almost nothing,
At Elias; & Cohen s we met a like re
ception; -t; After the pieliminaries, the
senior partner requested to know what
wasrfts Mr., vvuson expectea.
"Well. sir. moderate wages at ine
present: enough to cover my expensea"
"-"jces. jar. wnson, rerouieu me ei
til0r.,'TOur board will, cost you at .'
$2QttQWfoing Bo, which win be 25 pei
toontrt to ay nothmg or tne otner ex.
penses, listen it we had work ior yorj;
we couid not artoru to learn you tn
husinwa and tiav von 925 peT month.
Whatrhave yotibeen engaged in, Mr.
And do' voti not find it profitable?
Pl-obably yoa would do better to stick
to the farm. , Merchandise is not what
it naftd to be. an(L not that I would ad
vise voiiv but ill. were a young man 1
wmiM rather risk . mv chances on the
Charles folded his documents of re
commendation, and we bid the gentle
than gooa morning.
i i think swe must have visited every
frsihess hottse in the city, and in every
instance were beseiged by a gangiof
clerks, hungrv for a sale. In some in
stances we were "bluffed" in short or
der ; lri others, we received a full meas-
ur oi auvuae, wmuu (uuouw3u iu mo
um ox aavice. wnicu auiouuieu iu iub
manysaloonists, wliose idle ambition
was to 'sell out aitnougn mey ma a
"thrivinff business." When we bad
made l.the -Jtour .of "the" entire business
town establishments, saloons and pen
ny shops, my place-seeking friend came
to the wise conclusion that he would
return to the farm,. Wedrank beer and
nlaved billiards at the Imperial Saloon,
invested cash in a game of ''three card
monte at another, and in eacn instance
, Charles concluded to remain in
monte at another, and in each instance
the city a weekjYlwleiJC returned home.
One week afterwards Mr. Wilson re
turned disgusted with his efforts in ob
taining a situation m Charlotte, and
minus $o in purse, tie is. proDaDiy,
wiser, if not better, and, T bet'a six
pence will make $150 on cotton this
season, instead of $95.
V3TICK TO THE l ARM.
THE BlCHMOftD TRAGEDY.
The Particulars of the Cow hiding and Subsequent
Shooting of C. C. Curtis. .
ixdimond Evening Ute, 3d. J
About 12 o'clock this morning a ren
contre took place in the office ' of Mr. J,
K. cbiidrey, on Main street, near Tweh-tv-third:
which Will result in the,-' death
of one of ' the -patties:; ,
rom wnat our reporter couM rearn;
it seems that owing to some-previous
aimcuity Mr. jouu ju. x-omaexter went
this morning into tne store or Messrs.
Wmgo, Eilett & crump and attempted
to cowhide Mr. Charles C. Curtis, a
young man in their'erriiJloyrnent. Very
soon afterwards Mr. CHirtis consulted'
his friend, Mr. F. H. McGttire,: a young
lawyer of this city, as to what he should
do in the matter, and " MeGulre advised
him to tro at once andeemand an apolo
gy from Pointferxter. r r
Accoramgiy, about 12 o7eioci Messrs.
Curtis and McGuire went down toChik
drey's where Poindexter was employed
Curtis purchasing a cane oft hia way
down where-an apwogy waj demand
ed and reruaed.!;; aerupon Curtis
struck Poindexter with the cane. I'oin
dexterimmedlately drew hi pistol and
told Curtis that he ouldfireSpnhim;
u urns men aavancea aoa again strucK
him, and continued to attempt to strike
him until he fell almost fiddled with the
balls from PoindTjxterVre v oiver.
There were 'three1 Shots1 on the left
side of the breast in .the region of the
heart, one in the right breast; just below
the fright ; nipple, , and still 'another
through the iorehead about an inch
above the right eyebrow, which pene
trated trie bralrr.
Messrs. Poindexter and McGuire de
livered themselves up at the station-
house. 'Mr. McGuire Was bailed, but
bail had been denied to Mr. Poindexter
at this writing.
From the Dispatch of the 4th.
THE YOUNG LADY'S STATEMENT.
The votHie ladv who was tihforiu-.
nateiy and unwittingly tne eause 01 una
sad catastrophe, and who .reside out"
side of the ity, yesterday . etehtrtgiri:
answer to duestiohs. eave. in substance
the following statement, which we pub
lish to silence the many conflicting ru
mors which have been SDread as to the
nature. tJf the alleged insult : '
. Mr. Poindexter was to see pie jSunday.
evemng, and took: me out to anve. 1
told him what had cfccurred, tthd after
navmar reacnea name, wnen .seatea .in
the parlor, I again told Mr. Poindexter
m full all about it. I said tx him that
about three weeks ago I went to the
store of Wingo, Ellett.& Crump tonur-i
chase, a pair of shoes, and on lasif riday,
in company with a lady,- liieack again
called at the sto,re tq make, ansescehange
oi tnese' snoes, as tney aid not suit me,
and to b.ave a pair repaired The gen
tleman who waited upon mev was Mr.
Curtis, whom I had alwavs endeavored
to aVoid. as' I thought him rude., He
was especially soon this occasion, when
he insisted upon lacrng iip ' my shoes, a
service which I peremptorily1 , declined.
l nave no acquaintance witn. mm, oxn
he endeavored to draw me into a con
versation. After I had handed him the
shoes he held up one of them and re
marked that it was a very pretty little
shoe and that a pretty little foot filled
it. I asked him not to make any com
ments about my shoe, for I was very in
dignant at his conduct. He then com
menced to talk to me ahout the cuiier-
ent soeiables he had attended during
the winter, and commented on how the
ladies dressed, and asked me flay opin
ion in a manner which I considered to
be very impertinent. I turned to leave
mm, when I found that I had not ob
tained the heel-taps that 1 wanted. He
left me and in a few moments returned
with t hem, and when he did so, holding
the shoes in his hand, he asKea me how
it was that I wore off the heel of my
shoes, and wanted me to shoV ltim my
foot. I was so much confused and mor
tified that I did not know, what. to 4t
for his behavior to me ' was very offen
sive. I started out of the 8 torey hand
ing him the money in payment io: the
heel-taps, and when I reached the side-
waiK and was about to get in tne
phaeton, he came out of the store and
said I had not given him.. lie proper
change. I was not' posittV1 whether'. I
did or not, for I was so much confused.
He then opened : his hand and m it
was a dollar-note, j told him I thought
I had paid him all, He then returned
into the store and took from the coun
ter the balance of the money that he
had left there. I then started to get in
to the phaeton, when he took hold of
my arm, and, assisting me, squeezed it
quite hard much more so than I
thought any gentleman ought to have
done. I told . the lady who was with
m of this, and further remarked that
I would never go into that store again
while that young man was employed
there. ' After having told Mr. Poindex
ter what I have stated to you he said in
a jocular way that he thought he would
go by the store and norsewhip Mr. Cur
tis, and asked me to give him a descrip
tion of him. I, laughing, remarked that
he was anything but good-looking, and
Teally, he is yery ugly. He then remark
ed that ii he (Mr. Curtis) was a large
man it would be doubtful whether he
would attempt to horsewhip him, for he
might in return get whipped himself.
From the manner in which he spoke I
did not for a moment think that any
difficulty would grow out of the affair,
nor did I think that it was Mr. Poindex-
ts purpose to make an attack or to
call him to account. He certainly said
nothing to me that was calculated to
lead me to believe that he would, and 1
was very much surprised when Mr.
Poindexter's brother came to me this
afternoon and told me what had occur
red, I deeply regret the affair.
After having made inquiries of the
reporter of the condition of Mr. Curtis,
she said she sincerely hoped that the
young man would recover.
At 20 minutes past 11 o'clock last even
ing the spark of life which had been
flickering since the dreadful occurrence
Young 'Barney" Curtis, as he wars
f amiEaily known, was greatly belpyed,
ana it may ue u uiy saiu a universal
favorite with a large circle of friends
, A large crowd around the door oi the
house where the wounded man lav wait
ed anxiously from minute to minute f or.
news, and wnen the end was announc
ed the expressions of sorrow at : the
eyent ana sympathy with the bereaved
ones were deep and heartfelt.
'.' Ne Hedl.laa J
Has ever been invented to prevent deaths Tbf
best that can be done Is to assist nature In keeping
the funeUons of the body In a condition of health
while Iff e lasts. ' For biliousness, liver complaints,
costlveness, "dyspepsia, and an stomachic disorders
take Mott's Liver Pills,
. "! J Mysterious Bank Robbery.
On Wednesday of last week the Du
val Savings Bank, of Jacksonville, Fla.,
as already reported by telegraph, wfl
entered in broad daylight and robbed
of $3,400. On Friday morning the ar
rested parties were mysteriously re
leased, and it was discovered that the
bank had recovered all the stolen mon
ey. The cashier, in an interview with a
reporter, says : " I found that I had not
a very' good case against the two men
that were arrested, and 1 was afraid
that they might get away on some tech
nicality, and besides, you know, the big
gest scoundrel in the gang the man
who put up the job has not been
caught: Twd thousand and seven hun
dred dollars is a good deal of money
these hard times ahtl welt,' I might as
Wieiiteu you Tye, got every, cent, back
that I lost, and several dollars more
than I supposed had been taken." " Can
yOdrteu me where the money was found
and "who found it?" asked the reporter.
" That is a secret, for the present at
least) and I do not care to say anything
about it now," said the cashier.
IFemala Lawyer Amjtted to Practice io
United States Supreme Court.
Washington, March 3.-In the United
States Supreme Court, to-dayr Mrs. Bel
va A.- Lockwood, who has long been a
practitioner in the lower courts of this
district, was admitted to practice at the
bar of the United States Supreme Court.
She took the oath of office, signed the
roll of practitioners, and paid her fee
and will now make application to prac
tice before the Court of Claims. Mrs.
Lockwood is therrst women ver ad
mitted to practice before tlie Supreme
Court in this country.
Norfolk Liquor Dealers Disregarding the Lam. g
Special to the Bichmond Dispatch,
Norfolk, March 3. The returns of
the Moffett register for the month of
February were this morning referred
by Judge Hill to the grand jury, where
upon that body returned the same to
the cqurt with the opinion that not a .
single dealer had complied -with the
law. "Judge Hill stated that licenses
will have to be renewed the 1st of May,
at which time if he (Hill) presided lie
would refuse to grant licenses to all
who persisted in "violating the law.
.y Mia n :Tfce;l)etBBiJUol
Our country Is getting- to le fearfully alarming,
the average of Iff e being lessened erery rear, wfth
oet any seasonable cause, death resulting general
ly from toe most insignificant origin. At this sea
son of the year especially, a cold Is such a common
tiling that la the hurry of erery day life we are apt
to overlook the dangers attending It and often find
too lata, that a Fever or Long trouble has already
set In..' Thousands lose their lives in this way ev
ery 'winter, while had Boschxs's Oerman Stbup
been taken, a cure would have resulted, and a large
MB from a doctor been avoided. For all diseases
of the Throat and Lungs, Bosceeb's Gebmak
Stecp has proven Itself to be the greatest discov
ery of Its kind in medicine. Every Bruggist In this
couitry,wIlteUytof its wonderful effect Over
950,000 bottles sold last year without a single
failure known. -
Ease Attainable bj the Rheumatic.
Yes, although they may despair of relief, It is
attainable by rheumatic sufferers, for there is a
remedy which carries off, by means of Increased
activity of the kidneys important channels for
Mood purtficati on the acrid element to which
pathologists the most eminent attribute the painful
symptoms a theory completely borne out by urln
ary analysis. The name ot this grand depurent Is
Hostetters, a preparation likewise celebrated as a
remedy for constipation, which causer contamina
tion of the blood with the bile and a certain
means of relief lu dyspepsia, fever and ague, and
nervous aliments. It is, perhaps, the finest tonic
extant, and is highly recommended as a medicinal
stimulant by distinguished physicians and analysts
who pronouncelt" to be eminently pure and very
beneficial. The press also endorses it.
Good cireTfT for Consumptives.
There Is a form of consumption which was better
indicated by the old fashioned name of "decline."
It is the dreaded scourge of some parts of the
Southern 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 paUents' system to take up and as
similate the nourishing ingredients of the food
that is eaten. Some years ago the medical profes
sion with remarkable unanimity, agreed that Cod
Liver Oil contained the most concentrated and
easily absorbed elements of nutrition. If the nau
seous taste and smell of the oil could be avoided it
would unquestionably be the most sovereign reme
dy that ever shed a healing blessing on the human
race. And these repulsive properties are success
fully removed by the union of pure Cod Liver Oil
with the Hypo phosphites of Lime and Soda in
Scott's Emulilon. The combination Is a most ele
gant one, pleasant as sweet milk in flavor, conge
nial to the stomach, and acting directly as a power
ful yet gentle toaief taft brainc-and nervous sys
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
ing Syrup has been used for. children. It corrects
acidity of the stomach, relieves wind colic, oegulates
the bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoeawhether
arising from teething or other causes. An old and
well known remedy. 25c per bottle.
OR FINE WINES,
And Pure 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,
JjACH man '11 receive right real, good cheer,
JJLEASE step in, my hall Inspect,
JJEAR it, you'll see more than you'll expect
JpRENCH, German, Domestic Brandies, Wine
J try each customer's taste to refine,
gUCH Sandwich novel and Pretzel's good,
QONTAINS my bar, most delicious food,
HAVINCrciieese and Sausage lrublll of fare,
' JACH glass of Beer., or Gin will bear
gAVANT judgment and taste most rare.
gEE connoteeur's lips as In sips he drinks
JgACH sip he takes proves what he thinks,
RIGHT off one more he calls as to his friend,
F. C. MTJNZLER,
hut ill J! ' Ii i f: '.'Vt '
D"" EALER in Lager Beer, Ale and Porter; bottled
beer a specialty. Bottled beer delivered to
any part of the city free of-charge at ONE DOL
LAR PER DOZEN.
. Laser Beer Is healthy and as excellent appetizer,
and recommended by all good physicians to per
tons In delicate health.
" Ail orders left at John Vogel's tailor shop will re
ceive prompt attention.
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A full and complete line of sample Goods for Spring
Wear; the styles are all new, attractive and
handsomely designed; the Goods
are all of Foreign Looms,
French, English, Scotch and German.
And with Increased faculties we ask our friends
and patrons to eorae ud look at our Goods, as
we intend to make garments to order, cheap
er than any Northern tailor coining
through here; we have also receiv
ed Butterick's Fashion Plates
for spring and summer
wear as guide.
We solicit an earl? caU so 'as to elve us
time Deiore a rush or manufacture.
BERW ANGER & BRO.,
Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
N. B. Everybody that wants winter clothing will
save money by calling on us. as we will sell them
regardless of cost, Men's, Youths', Boys' and
m Hero dtrjcrtisauttrts.
TVEACHKRS WANTED. 50 to $100 or 8200
X per month, during the spring and Summer.
For full particulars address
J. C. MeCURDY & (XL.
Johnson's Anodyne Liniment will positively pre
vent this terrible disease, arid' will positively cure
nine cases In ten. Information that will save
many lives sent free by mall. Don't delay a mo
ment Prevention Is better than cure. Sold every
where. I. S. JOHNSON A CO.
There Is no doubt about the great superiority of
this article over common porous plasters and other
external remedies, such as liniments, electrical ap
pliances, &c Ask physicians in your own locality
about It It is wonderful.
Sold by all Druggists, price 25 cents.
IN THE WORLD.
53,672 Superb English Books AT OUR PRICE.
75.276 New American Books AT YOUR PRICE.
112,726 Second-hand Books AT ANY PRICE.
Catalogue of General Literature Free.
3 Beekman St., near New PostrOfflce, New York.
And all Disorders of the
THROAT AND LUNGS
DR. T. A, SLOCUM'S GREAT REMEDY
N N N
Taken in conjunction with his
COMPOUND EMULSION OF
U R E
and hypOphosphltes of "
LIME AND SODA.
k TREE BOTTLE of each preparation sent by
express to each suffering applicant sending their
name, F, O. sad express address to Dr. T. A. Slo
cum, 181 Pearl street, New York,
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
Manufactured only under the above Trade-Mark
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO.,
or park utd ixima.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent ear
guaranteed.'ow exclusively used by all celebrated
hysicians oi isurope ana .America, uecuinuig a
taple, Harmless,' and Reliable Remedy on both
continents. Th Highest Medical Academy oi
Parts report 95 cures out of loo cases wimm uitm
daFL suvrp.t Th onlv dissolver of the poisonous
nrifl a old nhtp.h exists in tne Blood of Rheumatic
and Gouty Patients. $1,00 a box, 6 boxes for
$5 00. Sent to any address on receipt of price.
Endorsea nv musicians, doiu ot aii uruuania. u-
dress WASHBUBNE fe CO.,
nov7 Only Importers' Depot 23 Cliff -Bt, N. Y
For sale by J. H. McADEN, Druggists,
feb 18 ly. Charlotte, N. C.
rpo BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. Bids for
X the construction oi tne rouowmg muioings wui
h mneived until tbe Och ol March, next:
One Brick Block, first floor containing two store
houses, mayor's ana police offices, with an opera
house above, i .
One Brick Block, containing nine store houses,
rlt.H hvn nira-taa rvwn f nr a. hoteL
Plans and specifications for first named block
mav be seen at the office af kr L. Norman, uckfc-
tM: aim. for hotel block at same office on and af
ter the 24th Inst. BuUdlngs to be completed by
1st of October next contractor to give ronus
Right to reject any or aU bids reserved.-'
. H. E. HKTNITSH,
R, L. BOWDKN,
W. a CANNON.
Committee for TownCounen
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. W. WASH THOMPSON
H. E. HEINITSH, .
OammtttM for Ruildhui Association.
febl3,lmod . , - Spartanburg, & C.
SPLENDID ilNE OF . " , ( ,
Fine Teas, allies, dAYTDSON'S.
THE LATEST STtXES
THE LATEST STYLES
HATS & BONNETS
HATS & BONNETS;
H ATS & BONNETS
Juit received h
VITTKOWSKT & BARUCH.
L O T H I N G 1
L O T H I N G!
CLOT HI N
C L O T H I N
W. KAUFMAN A CGS. -
GREAT REDUCTION IX PR1C1J.
S ... :
HavlnK determined to reduce our stock, we now
offer to the people of Charlotte nd this seotloaof
North Carolina, the largest, cheapest ana. most
beautiful and well selected stock ,
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Consisting of the usual variety of MEN S. BOY'S,
YOUTH'S AND CTILDBSN
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
AH we ask Is that our friends and eustbme
will give M a 11, as it wlU be to your interest, at
you wUl save from fifteen to twenty "per cent on
your purchases. W. KAUTMAN CO.,-2
opnngs vomer, voanoue, n. .
HK WORLD'S STANDARD.
r For Sale Also,
PATENT ALARM MONEY DRAWLRS
Coffee Mills, Spice Mills, andStofe Fixtures Gene
The Improved Type Writer.
Oscillating Pump Go's Pumps.
end for Circulars;
FAIRBANKS A CO., ' ' .:
. .; i 811 ftOAdway, ot ,
' For sale by Leading Hardware Derer ? m'
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