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SPRING DRY GOODS
We be leave to announce to qui Mends and
c iitomers that we have bo lght an unusually large
most of wiiich M now hi. and leady for Inspection.
W are prepared to offer this season extraordt-
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
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ty COFFINS of all kinds on hand. -JEl
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' GT All Goods Packed Free of Charge
We nave received a handsome line of
In all colors. Also French Organdie, Silk and
Crape Scarfs in all the new shades and styles. A
beautiful line of Ladles'
Silk Handkerchiefs and Ribbons.' The newest
' thing out In
White Cotton Ferry for children's cloaks; bleached
and brown Sheeting and Pillow casing.
OUR SPRING STOCK
will be entirely new, and when complete, the hand
somest We ever offered before.
T. L. SEIGLE A CO.,
OppL ChaTlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
NEW GOODS !
We take pleasure In announcing to our friends
and the public In general, that we are receiving
dally a large and fine assorted stock of
THE LATEST NOVELTIEC
HE LATEST NOVELTIEO
OF TH15 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.
H. MORRIS A BROS.
-A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
INCLUDING LI&HT SHADES
PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR.
$200 REWARD. :
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, I
. c.i;i . BaJLBJGH, March 10th, 1879. i
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THE I ATE AU ATA TRAGEDY.
The Funeral Services Additional Facts as to the
Killing -Interesting Incidents and
Condensed from the Atlanta Constitution of 14th.
The; early trains vesterdav. mornincr
brought in a number of people from the
other cities of Georgia, who came to the
city to pay their last respects to Colonel
Alston. , It was very soon evident that
an immense crowd would go down to
It was universally remarked that no
death that ever marked Atlanta's re
cord with blood caused such widespread
sadness as this. It was a sad and mourn
ful crowd that boarded the train for
Decatur. Nothine but praises of the
dead man and sobs over his untimely
taking off could be heard. At the
church the vast crowd could not gam
admittance, and as the cortege approach
ed and the corhn was borne across the
sward there were hundreds who bent
their heads and gave way to their grief.
Alston never carried a pistol in hi3
lite. The poor fellow was all frankness
and -'"openness. He never had a murder
ous instinct or habit. The very pistol
that lie defended his life with was put
into his hands a few minutes before he
used it, and he never saw it before in his
life. The world will never know of the
infinite gentleness of that man's heart.
It was often mistaken for lack of cour
age. "Cox had bullied him into a thing
once before," said a DeKalb man, "and
he thought he could do it again !" Had
Alston never seen a pistol, it would not
have been different. His was a gentle
spirit, kindled into passion only after he
had been hunted down. And how he
died with a smile on his lips and for
giveness in his heart. And if that poor
dumb wound in his temple could voice
his dying wish, it would call aloud for
mercy to his slayer!
THE DINNER AT BERRON'i?.
There has been a mystery as to how
Alston came to leave Berron's restau
rant so quickly after he entered it. The
Governor left him at the door, and he
promised to go in and eat his dinner.
The Governor therefore felt that he had
lime in which to adjust the matter, as
he calculated that Alston would be at
dinner at least fifteen minutes. He saw
Cox enter the capitol, and felt then that
he had him where he could talk to him
before he met Alston. He went up
stairs and sent Nelms immediately after
Cox. His haste was simply from the
fear that Cox would get out of the capi
tol before he could see him. He never
dreamed but that Alston was quietly
eating dinner at Berron's, where he had
left him not more than three minutes
previously. AVhen he heard the shoot
ing, he thought Xelms had become em
broiled with Cox, and never thought of
Alston. It appears, however, that Al
ston followed him almost instantly to
the capitol, and met his death in less
than five minutes after he had acquaint
ed the Governor with the news of the
Mr. Berron says that Alston came in
the restaurant looking worried and pre
occupied. He walked up to the bar and
picked up a cracker out of the lunch
bowl. BeiTon asked him if he didn't
want something. "Nothing but this."
he said, throwing down a dollar bill. "I
don't charge you anything for that, col
onel," Berron said, and Alston walked
out. It is believed that he wished to
get where he would be convenient to
the conference he exacted the Governor
would arrange betwreen himself and
Cox. Being informed as he entered the
capitol that Cox was looking for him,
he slipped quietly into the treasurer's
office. He was followed almost imme
diately by Cox and the end came soon
COUNTING ALSTON'S SHOTS.
All the accounts seem to agree in giv
ing to Ed. Cox great presence of mind
during the difficulty, which is at utter
variance with the theory that he was
intoxicated. Mr. Ren f roe says that he
never. saw a man dodge with such ad
dress and skill. He literally jumped out
of the bullets' way. At times he would
drop clear to the floor and spring side
ways for several feet. His agility and
quickness were wonderful. It is said
that he told Nelms that he counted ev
ery shot that Alston made, anti knew
that his pistol was empty, when he rose
to take his turn.
SYMPATHY FOR MRS. ALSTON.
A Erreat number of dispatches have
I ben receiyed tendering full and, prac
tical sympathy to Mrs. Alston, uenerai
Gordon telegraphed the Governor, "Tell
nerthat I am utterly crushed, and j'say
-that I will be a father to her children
l and a protector trj-her," and gave many
other messages. He telegraphed on yes
terdav to haye Bob sent on to Washing
ton as soon as possible. He intends to
take care of hiim
It is understood that the prosecution
of Cox will not lag an instant. Messrs,
Houkins & Glenn. Mr. Howard Van
Epps, Mr. Patrick Calhoun, Colonel
Willis A. Hawkins, and Judge Samuel
Hall have been, we understand, retain
ed for the prosecution, it is generally
believed that the trial will come off
week after next, when the criminal
docket is opened. There is a very deep
interest felt in the progress of the case
A REMARKABLE INCIDENT
is related in . connection with Colonel
Alston's membership with Decatur
TvretTindisfc chirrfth: About two vears
ago, when he feMrit his duty to join the
church. He preferred the Edgewood
chapel and was about to join there,
when he learned that- jvir. uox naa an
ideaVf joining theciurch also. He ap
proached Mr. uox and earnestly oeg-
:ed him to join the Edgewood cnurcn
r. i:nv won (i not consent, ax last joi
Alston said: T "Well, Ed., I'll join at De
catur if you will. To this proposition
mi affimaativft rsnonsft was returned.
and these two men entered the solemn
bonds togetnPr. N" one is-slain and
the other .isim stayer
ThfeeTinagafnst Co is intense and
French Lottery Incident?.
From a Paris Paper.
Madame, ran away. Monsieur had
a great idea. He amnounced that he had
won 50.000 francs in the lottery, and be
hold tdadame returned to his loving
anris. . A nreftv girl won a musket in
the lottery. When they gave it to her
she asked: "Don't they give a soldier
'Ease Attainable by the Rheumatic.
ta. although they mar desrjalr of relief. It Is
attainable by rheumatte sufferers, for there Is a
remedy which carries off, by means of increased
activity of the kidneys Important channels for
blood purification the acrid element to which
pathologists the most eminent attribute the painful
symptoms a theory completely borne out by urin
nrv juiAivsls. The name of this crand depurent la
Hostetters, a preparation likewise celebrated as a
remedy for constipation, which causer contamina
tion of the blood with the bile and a certain
r means ot reiiei in iyspepsia, . lever am ague, ana
nenrous ailments. It is, perhaps, the finest Janlc
iBXtant, and Is. highly recommended as a medicinal
stimulant by distinguished physicians and analyst
i who pronounce it to be eminently pure and very
beneficial. The press also endorses it.
THE RECEJSTRICHMOSP HOMICIDE
Various Optaions--lW: Friend in1 ilk CarplU-4
nxi nt Cnrtij.' SWpf Health nrVainAev-0 - 1
ter The Grille' of the1)ead Touili'.- ., '
Richmond lietter In Index-Appeal '
There are 13JD09; voters in RichnTond.'
and out of that number I do notr think
twelve men can, w found that have not
expressed an opinion about this.trag-
It would be equally as difficult to find I
that many nave not suggested" a theory
as to how McGuire, the friend of Curtis,
should have acted to have saved the life
of his principal. You cannot walk half
a dozen blocks but you are stopped by
some one. The Curtis tragedy is brought
up. Before yon have an opportunity to.
exchange a donen words on the subject,
your friend suggests to you how Mc
Guire should have proceeded, and how
he, under the circumstances, would
have acted. Ah! what foresight w'e
all have when tpo late.
Mrs. (Jringan.xhe sister ot Mr. Curtis,
las been auite ill ever since the un
timely death of ker brother. She watch
ed at his bedside from the moment he
was brought irome until his remains
were moved from the house to the
church. She was so prostrated she
could not attend the funeral services.
Mr. Poindexter, it is said, has suffered
intensely since his confinement in jail.
t is rapidly telling on his health.
He has been under the treatment of
an eminent physician since his incarce
ration. His trouble seems to be ner
vous prostration, brought on, I sup
pose, by constantly meditating upon
the terrible work of that Monday
morning. Of course his confinement
greatly aggravates his physical trou
The grave of Curtis in Shockoe cem
etery is daily visited by a large number
of persons scarcely a day passes but
visitor to the cemetery who happens
in that portion of the groifnds in which
are deposited all there is of Curtis, will
not see a little group of people (all of
whom were people unknown to the de
ceased) standing beside the newly made
mound, telling each other in suppress
ed tones how he came to be beneath
their feet, instead of in the enjoyment
of life and health. This spot seems to
be especially attractive, as it is sacred,
to those of the gentle sex. I have heard
that it is not an uncommon sight to see
young girls standing beside this grave
in the afternoon and shed tears freely
over the untimely fate of the dead
The Two-Headed Woman and Her Adventures in
The only living and great American
double-headed woman passed through
the city the other day! on her way to
Columbus county, where she was born
and raised. She is none other than the
celebrated Columbus county two-head
ed colored woman, and is just home
from a trip to Europe. As it has been
so long since she has been -heard from.
there will be no harm m' saying a, few
words about her. If she were sitting in
a seat so that her body would not be
seen, one would suppose liex to be a pair
ot twins. She has two perfectly torm
ed necks and her ; heads are ; precisely
alike. A. strange tiung about her is
that pne mouth cant move- Unless the
other does, and when she gets to talk
ing any deaf man can hear "what she
says. Over in Europe she was received
wun as mucn russ as was uiysses
Grant, and had calls from crowned
heads. In Paris she was kidnapped and
taken to a ; medical ' university, where
the doctors were going to take:off one.
ot her heads, but she succeeded in mak
ing her escape by jumping out of a two
story window. iJiiring the rest of tuer
stay in Paris she was constantly under
tne protection or a policeman.
Her next adventure was at Heidel-
burg, where she was imprisoned in the
dungeon of a castle, and her keeper fed
her one week m the same mouth, and
never during the whole of that time
permitting a bite to. enter her other
mouth. This was an experiment, they
explained to her, to see if they couldn't
dry up her other head, and also to see
if one was dependent on the other for
its subsistence. The mouth that didn't
get anything to eat felt mighty hungry
while tha other was eating, Due as soon
as the meal was oVer the lranger sub
When she arrived in Italy she was
seized with .a. violent itoothache, and
went to a dentist fcaxhave .tiu& aching
tooth pulled.-a The midiile jaw tooin in
her left -hand t month; twaa palled, but
the, pain. did not subside until: thei mid-
1 1 f J. : .l X. 1 . J A ( .
tue.mwriooxH in oernem jutnu muuui
had been pulled also.
She was locked up in jail at Strasburg
for refusing to pay more than half of a
notel bill presented to her. Tne land
lord reasoned that as she would eat with
two mouths every day, she was worth
the price of two boarders, and charged
her accordingly. ;. The matter was
brought befdre a cohort, and the case go-
mg against ner, sne naa to pay tne uni
.m i ii I'll
as well as the costs.
Her last trial was, 'tin the steamer, on
the return trip across the ocean. The
captain compiatned that it was incoiv
yenierit ; when she became seasick, and
exacted double - passage money trom
her. She h had many strange adven
tures, and expresses herself glad to be
again at her native home, where she in
tends to remain until one or both of
her heads die.
Gen. Johtioon Retires
...Genu Bradley T. Johnson has address
ed a letter to Gen. James (1. Field, the
attorney general of Virginia, in winch
he excuses himself from further parti
cipation in the Rives case as counsel
for the State. He bases his action on a
recent publication from the attorney
general, in which Gen. Field stated that
Gov. Holliday suggested' or requested
him to associate Gen. Johnson in the
case, partly to oblige a dear friend of
the latter and partly because such enx
proyment would be without cost to the
State. Gen. Johnson says he accepted
the invitation to go into the case in the)
belief that Judge Robertson and him
self were on the same footing, and that
no one was authorized in any way to
intimate or snggestttrat he would aet
without fee. He says that having of-f
f ered the resolution providing for the
appointment1 of associate1 counsel, he
would" have felt Dound to decline
compensation when tendered on that
ground alone,but that Was a matter sole
ry for? hiiriBelf , &nd not for the consid-!
eration of the Governor or the attorney
feneral. In reply Attorney1 General
'ield assures Gen. Johnson of his pro
found thanks " forthe able, active and
emeietttaM" tendered by-J him during
the few days of their joint service,
A hotel war based on gold- pileesV In' ' fctder to
accommodate both classes of travelers, the .Grand
Central Hotel, on Broadway, Mew York, Janow
kept on both plans, the American at $2.50 to $3.00
and the European at $1.00. and upwards, per day.
An elegant RestaoranW-a moderate-prices, Isc6i-,j
dUQtMDT WMMMfisj. m.i -.' imi. tuns )
t;; i ' " ; ..wa?jj' j 7';-;f i.ii.UT r .'
OWBW JAOKS01T& BM8T SWSET.NA.t t
3MV,;;i,iiitaa west, s. c
' '; fOaWsporjice of The Observer. ' ' i :
' The Etipfc6mian and Philomathi&n
literary societies of Erskine Collesre
are already making great preparations
for commencement in July, and have
elected their representatives for that
occasion. On Monday night of com
mencement week the annual contest in
declamation and essav readmer will
take place, participated in by members
from each society respectively, Messrs.
B. H. Grier and W. A. M. Plaxco have
been chosen as orators from the Euphe-
mian cieiy, ana Messrs. s. u. .Brown
lee and C. A. Brice of the Philomathe-
an. As essayists. Messrs: C P. Pressiilv
and J. H. Miller will reDreserit the En-
phemian, and Messrs. W. W. McMor-
ns and J. A. Stuart the Philomathean
Society. On Tuesday night occurs the
annual debate between four members
of the graduating class, in which
Messrs. J. A. Johnson and II. D. Lind
say will appear as the contestants from"
the Euphemian. and Messrs. J. M.
McQueen and J. S. Bell from the Philo
mathean. The societies have elected
their best men for this exceedingly in
teresting occasion, and they will un
doubtedly acquit themselves success
fully and with honor, shedding lustre
on the worthy institution which they
represent. The next day will be " com
mencement day" in Erskine, and
on the next the senior class of the fe
male college will receive their diplo
mas. The. jrraduatinff classes have procur
ed the' Rev. Moses D. Hose, of Rich
mond, Va., to preach the baccalaure
ate sermon. Dr. Hoge is one of Amer
ica's brightest orators, and is an exceed
ingly popular preacher. P.
Appointments by the Governor.
The Governor has made the following
appointments, which have been con-
hrmed by the Senate:
Board Internal Improvements Col.
Wm. Johnston, Mecklenburg, and Capt.
Chas. if. Cooke, of Franklin.
Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institution,
Trustees R. S. Tucker, Thos. D. Hogg,
J..J. Litchford, J. M. Betts, Chas. D.
Heartt, L. D. Stephenson and J. Rufiin
Williams, all of Wake, all re-appointed.
Board of Directors Western X. C. R.
R., on part of the State W. P. Roberts,
from the first congressional district;
W. T.Dortch, second; V. V. Richard
son, third; fourth, R. H. Battle, Jr.;
fifth, J. I. Scales: sixth, A. M. Powell;
seventh, F. E. Shober; eighth, T. D.
Bryson. For the State at large, Theo.
F. Davidson, of Buncombe.
A Visage Rivalling in Yellowness
That of a "heathen Chinee," If belonging to one
of out race, can scarcely be described as attractive.
But Worse than this, It is the Index of a disordered
liver, of a liver that needs arousing and regulating.
The remedy is at band, prompt, efficacious. A
course of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters will expel the
misdirected bile from the blood and divert it into
the proper channel.open the bowels jemove the dys
peptic symptoms which. Invariably accompany bil
iousness and counteract the rapialy developing
tendency to dangerous congestion of the liver,
which must always exist when the skin and whites
L of the eyes assume this yellow hue. The pains
, through the right lower ribs, side and shoulder
blade, the nausea, furred state of the tongue, and
unpleasant breath which indicate liver complaint,
in short all its disagreeable concomitants are soon
remedied by this sovereign corrective, which in ad
dltlon to its regulaUng properties is a superb In
Ylgorant, and a pure and agreeable medicinal
sximuiant, appetizer ana nervine.
: wtiua an irreeieamaoie currency De as gooa as
eold? While there is a very large class of Intelli
gent citizens who believe it would, we regard it our
aury w an aiuceTO say tnai as a cure ior oia sores,
cuts, bruises. Jams and slashes, there is nothing
me uaroonc &aive. Beware oi counteneiis.
Good cheer Tor Consumptives.
There Is a form of consumption which was better
indicated by the old lashioned name or "decline."
It is the dreaded scourge of some parts of the
Southern States, claiming more victims every yesir
than are swept away by the most terrible visitations
oi tne yeuow lever, xne niaiaay arises irom tne
inability of the patients' system to take up and as
similate tne nourlsninE ingredients ol tne rood
that Is eaten. Some years ago the medical profes
sion with remarkable unanimity, agreed that Cod
Liver Oil contained Uie 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 shea a healing blessing on tne human
race. ; And these Tepulsrve properties are success
fully removed by the union of pure Cod Liver Oil
with the Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda in
Scott's Emulsion. 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 tome of tne brain and nervous sys
tem. A Legitimate Triumph In Medicine.
Dread and despair fall upon the community
when a terrible ephlemks. like the cholera or yel
low fever, suddenly desolates our homes: yet, all
the while, a more insidious, but no less ratal foe
enters thousands of households every year and
carries off the flower of the family in the early flush
of manly youth and budding womanhood. People
all it consumption, or "decline." It is not. in
most cases, the tubercular phthisis or consumption
of the lungs, which is the peculiar malady In cli
mates like those of the British Islands and Mew
ngland, but a general decay or arrest of the vital
?rocesses of nutrition. All the doctors agree that
here is no remedy for this but Cod Liver Oft but
they are constantly met by the obstacle or Inability
on the part or tne patient to swaiiow or retain it,
This repulsion is entirely overcome by Scott's
Emulsion of the Oil with the Hypophosphites of
Lime ana soua wnicn is furreeaoie to tne taste. ana
an unequalled nutrient and tonic for the body nerve
Woman's Best Friend. .
Ample testimonials from every section of the
country show: that Bradtield's Female Regulator
is as It claims to be, "Woman's best Iriend."
Many suffering females have tried it, and have
been cured, and bear witness to its merits in sound
constitutions and rosy cheeks. Us record is before
the public. Don't fail to try it if you are suffering
from any of the complaints peculiar to the sex.
The Dcath-Rate ol
Our country is getting to be fearfully alarming,
the average of life being lessened every year, with
out any reasonable cause, death resulting general
ly, from the most Insignificant origin. At this sea
son of the year especially, a cold is such a common'
thing that in the hnrry of every day life we are apt
to overlook the dangers attending it and often find
too late, that a Fever or Lung trouble has already
set in. Thousands lose their lives in this way ev
ery winter, while had Boschek's German StBOP
: been-taken, a cure would have resulted, and a large
bill from a doctor been avoided. For all diseases
of the Throat and Lungs,. Boschek's Gkbmam
has proven itself to be the greatest discov
ery of Mb kind in medicine. Every Druggist In Oils
country will tell you of its wonderful effect Over
950,000 bottles sold last year without a single
; failure known.
. . ' Ha Medicine
, t Has ver. been invented, to prevent death I 'The
best that can be done Is to assist nature In keeping
the functions of the body hi a condition of -health,
while life lasts. For biliousness, Hver complaints,
costiveness, dyspepsia, and all stomachic disorders
take Mott's Liver Pills. .
The two stores In the Grier & Alexanderbulldlng
on Trade street, J. L; MOREHEAD.
" 'Ut "ii '' ;
. JRICK YARD FOR RENT,
'' Ai Matthews', on the Carolina Central RaBroad,
ftr - comparatively good working order, with
metal ' Wheel and tub with capacity of
"10,000 bricks. Will take rent In klnL;
r Would furnish wood for the cutting near the yard.
Steam saw mill -within 50 yards. No brick wtthm
-Wmfles'of the-thriving -place. See WV W. Grier,
Charlotte, or R. GRIER,
' mart) d2t w2t Matthews.
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A. full audi CQumlete line of sample Goods for Spring
wear; me styles are am new, attractive ana
handsomely designedp the Goods
are all of Foreign Looms,
French, English, Scotch and German,
And with increased facilities we ask our friends
and patrons to come and look at our Goods, as
we intend to make garments to order, cneap
er than any Northern tailor coming
through here; we have also receiv
ed Butterick's Fashion Plates
for spring and summer
wear as guide.
We solicit an early call, so 'as to give us
time before a rush of manufacture.
BERW ANGER & BRO.,
Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
IS. 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
TEACHERS WANTED $50 to $100 or $200
per month, during the 8 bring and Summer.
For full particulars address
J. C McCTJRDY & CO..
Johnson's Anodyne Liniment will posiUvely pre
vent this terrible disease, and will positively cure
nine cases in ten. Information that will save
many lives sent free by mall. Don't delay a mo
menL Prevention is better than cure. Sold every
where. I. S. JOHNSON & CO..
There Is no doubt about the great superiority of
this article over common porous plasters and other
external remedies, such ai liniments, electrical ap
pliances, dec Ask physicians in your own locality
about 1L It is wonderful.
Sold by all Druggists, price 25 cents.
IN THE WORLD.
511,672 Superb English Books AT OUR PRICE.
75.270 New American Books AT YOUR PRICE.
112,72ti Second-hand Books AT ANY PRICE.
Catalogue of General Literature Free.
3 Beekman st, near New Post-OfRce, New York.
And all Disorders of the
THROAT AND LUNGS
DR. T. A. SLOCCM'S GREAT REMEDY
N N If
Taken In conjunction with his
COMPOUND EMULSION OF
URE COD LIVER O
and hypophosphites of
LIME AND SODA.
A FREE BOTTLE of each preparation sent by
express to each suffering applicant sending their
name, P. O. and express address to Dr. T. A. Slo-
cum, 181 Pearl street. New York.
H E U M A T I S M
ACUTE OR till R O N I C
A L IC ! L I C
Manufactured only under tha
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO. ,
OF PABI AND US1PZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent -cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebrated
pnysieians oi .Europe ana America, Deconung a
Staple, Harmless, and Reliable Remedy on both
continents. The Highest Medical Academy of
Paris report 95 cures out of 100 oases within
riaTs Hp.nt Thfl- onlT-dlAsolvW OT tne DO!
Uric Acid which exist in the Blood of Rheumatic
and Gout? Patienta .SI .00-a box. 0 boxes tot
ftf OA. Kant tn anv add teas Km reoelnt Of Dnce.
Endorsed bv DhTSidaw. SoW braH druggists. Ad
dress , rfWAHBORNE CO.,
nov7 ' Only Importejrs Depot 23 Cliff-t, N. T.
For sale by J. H. McADEN, Druggists,
feb 18-ly. Charlotte, N. C
SPLENDID LINE OF - -
Jan60 - !; '.: ! - . . -
WATCH and CLOCK .MAKER, GILDER Smt felL-
Trade Street opposite .First Presbyterian Churcn,
' ": UiKaGra7'store.
Every kind of repairs made at ence at half
and warranted one year. Every kind of Jewi
Bronze Gfidinjr, Coiorinjc, ilverPlatliwf and
vantzmgmatie at hort nottoe and equally aacood
as new. r Work done for the trade at low prices
: . pprejittce iraaed,(tftprut4 and good
.: Repaired woTfc-imeaUed for win be sold at the
expiration of twelve months for cost of repairs.
THE LATEST STYLES
THE LATEST STYLES
HATS & BONNETS
HATS & BONNETS
HATS & BONNETS
Jnst received b
WITTKOWSKY & BARUCH.
L 0 T H I N G I
L O T H I N G I
W. KAUFMAN 4 003.
GREAT. RSaUCTlQii IN PRICE.
Having determined W redoes our stock, we now
offer to th DeoDle of Charlotte and thla Modon of
wortn uaronna, tne largest, cneapest
beauOtBl and well selected stock
' 'I' '
II N If It
u n 99 a oo
ii n m ooo
WE BAYS ETSH OFFXBXD,
Conslstrngotthe usual tariety at MEN 8. BOY'S,
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS .HOUSE;'
larr ARwb. ask ts Ocw friend and etutomers
will ctve us a call, as It will be to your interest, and
you will hare from fifteen U tWeMgr per cent, on
your pttrchaewr WlhtUFMAN A CO.,
i 8prlngs Oorner, CtwipOfl, N. C
rpH3 WORLD'S STANDARD.
fFor Sale Also,
PATENT ALARM MONET DRAWLRS"!
Coffee Mills, Spice Mills, and Store Fixtures Gene
The Improved Type Writer.
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