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lje Charlotte bstruer.
SUB8CRTPTIOS RATES : '
tatty, one IrW. ( J1w) advance: . . . . . .$8 00
Sr Jfow 4 00
Ttw MoiUto 2 00
Oi Month ............. y ... , , . . . .... j, . g
WEEKLY EDITION :
Weekly, (to the eewfyyttattoahet QO
Out qfttity, posfjw 2 lo
Six Months ........ 1 00
s. i ; ..1 j.iijiv ; ;
SPRING DRY GOODS
We t2 leave to aanxmee to our frit ndst and
cmtomers that we have bo lght an unusually large
most of w.ilch Is now In. and leady tor inspection.
.. - . ..: ! '. . : c 1
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are preiwred to offer this season extraordt-
n i-y Inducements to buyers, both
Give us a call, or send your orders, and we will
guarantee satisfaction. 1 .
- ELI AS & COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS 1
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
VS COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
IS- COFFINS of all kinds on hand, -M
NO. f, W'KST TRADE STREET.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
IS Ladies' and Gentlemen's Burial Robes a
line supply. . .
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fc All GoodVPacked Free of Charge "
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We have received a handsome Hne of
In an colors Also French Organdie, Snk and
Crape Scarfs In ail the new shades and styles. A
beautiful line of Ladles'
Sllft' Bandkerchleis ahd Ribbons. The newest
WhltfrCottoft Ferry br children's cloaks; bleached
and brown Sheeting end Pillow casing.
OUR SPRING STOCK
wlU be entirely new, and when complete, the hand
somest we ever offered before.
T. L. SEIGLE&CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C.
LNEW GOODS !
NEW GOODS !
We take pleasure in announcing to our friends
and the public In general, that we are receiving
daily a large and fine assorted stock of
OF THE 8EA90N.
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 & BROS.
-A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
INCLUDING LIGHT SHADES
PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, )
t'HlHIH.TATliUK. law OI
?ZJit5 irY HuinAn T rffireed with the mur-
der of ft' W: BeaWeH; and wnerwuv wappeaninat
the said N. B. Taylor has fled the. State, ot o con
"cala htmsetf that the ordinary process ot law can-
VhTjuiite nf No!th CaroHna, by virtue of au
thority hi me vesfM by law do issue this my pro
BctaniSaon. offering a rewarfot Two Hundred Dol
lars for the apprehension ana, aeuvery oiuie stun,.
Mareh, 1879, and In the 103d year of American
dependence. THOS. J. JARVIS.
By thfl Governor:
Ljni B, Qvkkills, Private Secretary. ;
v - DESCRIPTION.
Tailifa about 33 years of g AfL6
ivTi: virfH n AAt itrid will wefizh about 160 lbs.,
jmd when last seen i wd a heavjr heard. .
mar usoiwo. ...
B A KERY
JTbBEAJ), CAKES AND PIES, fresh every day.
-w-v.n iL... .i.l.l. nJanM) MMlmmflnd them &9
the very best manufactured, using none butf
line' "TBIT'Uesi BnwruiB.
,'-('.,.(! ' W, W PRATHER,
TrflO Street, first door above the old Market
Calling the Angels In.
tMargaret J. Preston, In Baldwin's Monthly.
We mean to do it "Some day, some day.
We mean to slacken this levered rush
That is wearing our very souls away,
And grant to our goaded hearts a hush
This Is holy enough to let them hear
The footsteps of angels drawing near.
We mean to do it Oh. never doubt.
When the burden of daytime droll Is o'er.
We'll sit and muse, while the stars come out,
As the patriarch sat at the open door
Of his tent, with a heavenward gazing eye,
To watch for the angels passing by.
We see them afar at high noontide,
When fiercely the world's hot flashings beat;
Tet never have bidden them turn aside,
And tarry awhile in converse sweet;
Nor prayed them to hallow the cheer we spread,
To drink of our wine and break our bread.
Wepromlsed our hearts that when the stress
Ofthe life-work reaches the longed-for close,
When the weight that we groan with hinders less,
We'll loosen our thoughts to such repose
As banishes care's disturbing din.
And then we'll call the angels in.
The day that we dreamed of come3 at length.
When tired of every mocking quest.
And broken in spirit and shorn of strength.
We drop, indeed, at the door of rest,
And wait and watch as the day wanes on;
Bji?the angels we meant to call are gone!
The Mardi Gras procession at San Antonio, Tex
as, was so tame a spectacle that the correspondent
of the alveston News writes that the "Catholic
and Episcopalian bishops of the diocese have ex
empted all Who sawtne procession from any addi
tional penitential morUQeations duriug Lent"
A certain lawyer was compelled to apologize to
the court. With stately dignity he rose in his
place and, satd: "Your honor Is right and I am
wrong, as your honor generally is." There was a
dazed look In the judge's eye, and he hardly knew
whether to feel happy or tine the lawyer for con
tempt of court.
A clergyman waionce forced to say to a congre
gation that persisted in dropping buttons in the
contribution box, "Brethren who wish to contribute
buttons." said the financier, "will please not ham
mer down the eyes; for while that process does not
Increase their value as' coin. It does impair their
usefulness as buttons."
Assembling;!" the Eemncratin fmigii'v u Im
mense Croud at the Capita! Scents ami
Event in Both Houses A Lavish J)i.
plisy of F lowers Ouietiii to the
Speakership Quo.-! ion.
Special to the Baltimore Sun.
AVasiiixgton, March is. The beau
tiful, balmy spring weather of to-day
had the effect to draw out immense
throngs of promenaders, whose objec
tive point was;the capitol. The vast
building was prol)ably never more
crowded with sight-seers than to-day
for several hours the rotunda, the old
hall and every corridor being almost
choked up with the mass of humanity.
The attendance of Senators and mem
bers was full almost without precedent,
but two members of the Senate and one
of the House being absent.
An hour before the time for calling
the Senate to order the galleries were
well filled. As sooii as the House gal
leries were occupied, those who could
not obtain a view of the proceedings
there, came to the Senate and filled
every available inch of room in the gal
leries and corridors. The crowd was
very great, but the management was
better than in the House, and. none of
the disorder visible about the south
wing of the capitol prevailed in the
Senate chamber. The toilettes of the
ladies wei'Q very, kaikbaome and the gal
lery usually appropriated by the color
ed population of the District was filled
by white people. A few members of
the djplomatrc corps were in attend
ance, but no inembers of the cabinet
.s.MOTHERED WITH SWEETS.
Bouquets and baskets of flowers were
placed upon the desks of several Sena
tors.fgAmong those so honored were
Messrs, Yance, Butler, Voorhees, With
ers, Call, Farley, AVhyte, McDonald, In-
falls, Bruce and Logan. Mr. John A.
.ogan received the greatest attention
in the floral line. The Senators who had
failed to receive lilies and roses sarcas
tically complimented the lucky ones
upon j the taste of their female ad
mirers. CHANGES OF SEATS.
There were a great number of chang
es in seats among the Senators, the old
er ones taking the desks made vacant
by the retirement of those whose terms
expired on the 4th of March. Mr. Bai
ley takes the seat vacated by Mr. Mc
Creery ; Mr. Teller goes to Mr. Mitch
ell's seat ; Mr. Rollins takes the seat va
cated by Mr. Dorsey ; Mr. Plumb takes
the seat vacated by Mr. Spencer ; Mr.
Jones, of Florida, takes the seat vaca
ted by Mr. Sargeant: Mr. Black occu
pies the seat formerly held by Mr. Da
vis, of "West Virginia; Mr. Hoar sits
where Mr. Patterson did sit ; Mr. Came
ron, of Peqrisylvaniav has pre-empted
Mr. Hoar's old-seat; Mr. Morgan occu
pies Mr. Beck's old-time seat; Mr. Pen
dleton has been lucky enough to secure
the desk vacated by Mr. Chaffee, and is
immediately in front of his older col
league, Mr. Thurman ; Mr. AVhyte has
taken the seat vacated by Mr. Wad
leigh, which is the second seat in the
front row on the Democratic side of
the chamber: Mr. Uroome occupies the
seat vacated by Mr. Dennis ; Mr. Farley,
of California, sits on the outer row,
where Mr. Jones, of Florida, used to be;
Mr. Williams succeeds to ex-Senator
Barnum's place ; Mr. Cockrell occupies
the seat vacated by Mr. Whyte; Mr.
Walker, of Arkansas, takes the seat in
I which Mr. Bailey sat last session ; Mr.
Houston " occupies the seat tormerly
used by his colleague, Mr. Morgan;
Gen. Butler has Mr. Cockrell's old seat ;
Mr. Gr over succeeds to the seat vacated
bv Mr. Merrimon; Mr. Slater, in turn
takes Mr. Grovels. old seat; Mx. Saun
ders has moved into the seat vacated
by Mr. Oglesby ; Mr. Kellogg haspre
emufed the" seat' formerly o'ccupTea Ty '
.Mr. Teller; Judge-Dris of Illinois, has
the first seat on the front "row, where
Mr. Ingalls used to sit ; Mr. Ingalls has
"moved into tlia seat, vacated by JIr.
HoweW V.e$tcdupyB3 the. cjiair oi
his predecessor, Gen. Shields ; Mr. Piatt,
th9. new Senator from Connecticut, has
Judge Davis' old seat; Mr. Logan is
heic to the seat vacated by Mr. Rollins ;
Mr. Carpenter succeds Mr. Saunders;
Uncle Zach. Chandler occupies the seat
vacated by Minister Christiancy; Mr1
Vance has the desk and chair vacated
by Mr. Eustis and Mr. Hill occupies the
peat vacated by Mr. Stanley Matthews.
This general mixing up of the Senators
rather disconcerts some of the infre
quent visitors to the capitol.
IsWEARING THEM IN.
' The following named Senators took"
what is commonly known as the "iron
clad oath," namely, that they were not
engaged m the rebellion or gave aid or
comfort to it, and that they would sup
port the constitution ot the united
states : Messrs. Allison,, of Iowa ; Cam-
eroruol Pcnjusyiyaiua ;jjaipentex,. ox
i; ConKllng, ot jew lorK;
,Farlev,of California Jtt&me, of Mary
land; Hill, or tjoioraao; mgans,oi jvar.
sas; Jones, of; Nevada; Logan, .of Illi
nois ; Morrill,- of Vermont; Pendleton,
of Ohio,; PlatL of Connecticut;' Slater,
of Oregon, and Voorhees, of Indiana.
. The following named Senators took
the modified oath, namely: To support
CHARLOTTE, N. C, FRIDAY,
fie constitution of the United States
against all enemies, foreign and domes
tic, taking it without mental reserva
tion ; and further, that they would
faithfully discharge their duties under
it. Messrs. Call, of Florida; Houston,
of Alabama; Jonas, of Louisiana;
Vance, of North Carolina; Vest, of
Missouri; Walker, of Arkansas, and
Williams, of Kentucky.
THE SCENES IN THE HOUSE.
On the floor, the seats were filled
with the inembers, who conversed
quietly with each other. Among the
most notable new members were Gen.
Joe Johnston and ex-Secretary Robe
son. They were being constantly point
ed out by the curious. Alexander H.
Stephens, with his stove-pipe hat on his
head, rolled himself down to his old po
sition in front of the Speaker's chair,
and sat there nodding and shaking
hands with the many who came up to
him. Mr. Blackbnrn's desk was cover
ed all over with baskets and bouquets
of flowers, upon which he gazed with
a pleased expression as he- came up to
his seat. Mr. Randall very quietly took
an obscure seat on the outer' row, but
he was constantly surrounded by his
friends with the tender of their' con
gratulations. TIIE FINISHING TOUCH.
Mr. Randall having been declared
elected Speaker, the clerk requested Mr.
Blackburn and Mr. Garfield to conduct
him to the chair, and that Judge Kelley,
as the oldest member of , the House,
should administer to him the oath of
office. Mr. Randall walked slowly from
his seat, taking the arms of Mjessrs.
Blackburn and Garfield. His smooth,
white face wore, if possible, a more
impassive expression than ever, and
there was not one twitch of the mus
cles that could have betrayed any feel
ing of triumph at the victory which he
had won after one of the most bitter
straggles which has ever taken place
over the speakership. After delivering
his address he took the oath of office,
and dropping into his familiar seat he
prepared for business at once.
Brief News Items.
The Pope has sent 5,000 lire to Szege
din for the relief of the sufferers.
Mr. Randall was serenaded at his
hotel Tuesday night. It is said that all
factions are now reconciled to his elec
tion. Adams was re-nominated for clerk of
the House by TO to 54 for Caldwell. Ser-geant-at-Arnis
Thompson and Door
keeper Field were re-nominated by ac
clamation, and Postmaster Stewart by
93 to 41 for Hill, of North Carolina.
A scientific examination of the "sul
phur" which fell in a shower Monday,
over the Lehigh valley, proves it to be
simply thd pollen from a species of pine
caught up by the wind and carried from
Southern or "New Jersey forests.
An altercation in the Planter's Hotel,
at Leavenworth, Kansas, Monday, be
tween D. B. Smith and Mr. O. B. Sattin,
resulted in the former being fatally
shot and the latter being slightly wound
ed with a hatchetthrown by '"Smith, who
was the aggressor.
A bill making prepayment of poll-tax
a requisite to voting has passed the low
er house of the Texas Legislature. One
member made a speech in Spanish ad
vocating the bill, and said that at the
last election one thousand Mexicans had
crossed over and voted in Texas.
Col. Alston, of Atlanta, a week before
he was murdered, wrote a letter to the
New York Tribune defending Georgia
society against the charges of that pa
per that there was a reckless disregard
of life in that State and throughout the
South and this was his reward!
The New York Times states that on
Tuesday last Mr. John "Young, of Aque
bogue, found four pairs of twin lambs
added to his flock ; soon afterward a
pair of twin calves, and before night
Mrs. Young presented him with a pair
of twins a boy and a girl. He celebrat
ed the events of the day by a grand oys
Federal Judge Rives, of Virginia, has
indicated his purpose to continue his
war against the State judges for failure
to put colored men upon their juries.
In his eharge to the grand jury at
Lynchburg, Tuesday, Judge Rives took
the same position as in his charge at
Danville lately, which led to the indict
ment of the five judges already involv
ed. A Scandal and Law-Suit in Daviima County.
The good people of Lexington are
very much excited over a scandal in
high life in their midst, which has cul
minated in a suit for abduction, seduc
tion and breach of promise, with dam
ages laid at $25,000. The facts, so far
as we in gather them are about as
follows : Miss Sallie Hillyard, of Lex
ington, a very handsome girl of seven
teen years, had received some marked
attentions from her cousin, Alfred Har
graves. .Some time since he sent her to
Charlottsville, Va., and followed him
self in a few weeks; from thence he
earned her to St. Louis and to Texas.
It appears that another young man was
traveling with them, and while in Texas,
Hargraves gave this young man $25 and
sent him with Miss Hillyard to St. Lou
is, telling them that' he would follow in
a few days. They went to St. Louis, but
Hargraves didn't, and it took but a few
davs for them to get out of money. The
young man who had charge of the girl
wrote home and got some money ; and
after paying expenses they had enough
left to get them to Greensboro. From
there the young man walked home, and
money was sent to the girl, who, after
many trials and tribulations, arrived at
"home, and has brought suit against Mr.
Hargraves. The fact that the parties
belong to one of the besi and most
wealthy families in the county gives it
considerable notoriety. The best coun
sel in the State has been employed on
both sides, and a bitter fight may be ex
pected. Wasliuiijion Pcivoual .ewn I: cms.
Washington Special of the 18th, to the Richmond
Blackburn's desk to-day was covered
with rare and beautiful flowers, arrang
ed in bouquets and baskets. No man in
Congress has more devoted friends. Mr.
O'Conner, of South Carolina, is said to
be one of the orators of the House. He
is the only member from his State who
did not vote for Blackburn, except Rich
ardson, who voted for Cox, with the in
dention of going over to Blackburn final
ly. Governor Vance is making him
self just as popular nere as lie is at
1 o nr.
Tiic Diummers' Ltcensef.
Drummers taking out licenses to sell
goods in North Carolina will have to
pay $100 for each license unless it is to
sell liquor when they must pay $200
each. The new law exempts them from
the payment of any bounty or munici
pal tax. Manufacturers are now re
quired to take out licenses, .
MARCH 21, 1879.
A Bisease flat Wrecks the Bysteai.
Every function Is deranged, erery nerve unstrung,
every muscle and fiber weakened by fever and
ague, It Is, in faot, a disease which If unchecked,
eventually wrecks the system. In all its types, In
every phase, it Is dangerous, destructive. Stupor,
delirium, convulsions, often attend It, and cause
swift dissolution. But when combatted with Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters Its foothold In the system
Is dislodged, and every vestige of It eradicated.
That benign anti-febrile spec! fie and preventive of
the dreaded scourge is recognized not only within
our own boundaries, but In tropic lands far beyond
them, where intennlttents and remittents are fear
fully prevalent, to be a sure antidote to the ma
larial poison and a reliable means of overcoming
disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels, of
which a vitiated torrid atmosphere and brackish
mlasma-talnted water- are extremely provocative.
All emigrants and travelers should be supplied
The Death-Uate ot
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 tbe most insignificant origin. At this sea
son of the year especially, a cold Is such a common
thing that In the hurry of every day life we are apt
to overlook tbe 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 Bosckkk's German Syrup
been taken, a cure would have resulted, and a large
bill from a doctor been avoided. For all diseases
of the Throat and Lungs, Boschee's German
Syrup has proven itself to be the greatest discov
ery of its kind In medicine. Every Druggist in this
country will tell you of Its wonderful effect. Over
950,000 bottles sold last year without a ngle
A Remedy that has been Remedte.
The Invincible repugnance felt by almost every
one to the smell and flavor of Cod Liver OIL has
prevented tens of thousands of the victims of de
bility, from reaping the bennts of peculiar healing
and nutritive properties. The almost hopeless
consumptive, the martyr to rheumatism, the bare
ly living shadow of men, women and children that
emerge from the clutches of malarial fevers, all of
these know, or at least their doctors know, that of
all discovered remedies, this oil Is the best, and of
ten the only one that will build up their wasted
bodies, and restore their shattered nerves, and far
more effective than the oil by Itself is Scott's Emul
sion of it, with the Hypophosphltes of Lime and
Soda. This is the finest and most natural food
and medicine in the world, and wholly deprived of
its disagreeable qualities.
I am now in receipt of a large lot of tbe celebra
ted STITDEBAKER WAGONS, all sizes, which
will be soid on reasonable terms.
d supply yourself with the best wugoii out
T. H. GAIT HER.
Jan. 8 tf.
300ks and Jttaticmettj.
CITY BOOK STORE.
Mayne Reed's Novels, t) vols., 87-50
Travels in Central Asia, by Ynmbery. 4.r0
Treasure of Wit and Wisdom, 2.50
Short History of English People, Green, .Tij
Dictionary of Christian Antiquities. 7.50
Social EtiQuette of New York, 1 vol. , cloth, l .00
If you' want to get a cheap Feather Duster go to
TIDDY & BRO'S.
You will always find something nice in the way
of Stationer at TIDDY & BRO'S.
The latest styles of Wall Paper can always be
found at TIDDY'S BOOK STORE.
liable, Todd A C'o's. Gold Pens always on hand
at TIDDY'S BOOK STORE.
3? ov JaTt.
A beautiful Rifle Gun, made by Lamb & Son,
Jamestown, N. C. For particulars and price, apply
to CHA3. R. JONES,
inarO d&w tf Observer Office.
The Bourgeoise and Minion type on which this
paper was lately printed. It was made by the old
Johnson type foundry, of Philadelphia, and wao
not dlscardetLbecause no longer fit for use, but on
ly because it became necessary to use a different
style of type. It will do good service for several
years to come. It will be sold in lots to sul pur
chasers, and in fonts of 50 to 1 .OOOIbs, with or
without wises. Address -OBSERVER,
octo Charlotte. N. C.
M O R TGAGEE'S
XTNDEB and by virtue of a deed of trust execut
j ed to the undersigned by Chambers & Stegall,
recorded In book 19, pages 212, 213 214 and
215, register's office of Mecklenburg county, I will
sell by public auction at the court house door in
the city of Charlotte, at 12 o'clock M., on the 7th
day of April, 1879, the following vehicles, horses,
and other articles of personal property:
One depot wagon (new), one clarence vehicle,
three pteetons, one double buggy, two single bug
gies, one spring wagon, one carryall, one straw
cutter, two saddles and .bridles four sets of lead
bars, many sets of single and double harness, one
clock, twelve horses all trained and broken.
Terms: Cash. BERRYMAN GREEN.
By JONES & JOHNSTON, Attorneys,
mart oaw tds
Having purchased a nice Une of Tobacco, at the
I am prepared to offer extra Inducements to buy
ers. Gait eany.
THOS. H. GAITHER.
yy KLL IMPROVED
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Any person desirtng to purchase a well Improved
City Lot, House with nine rooms, and modern con
veniences, fine well of water, brick kitchen, within
five minutes walk of the public square, can be ac
commodated by applying at
declS. THIS OFFICE.
JQEE W. BATTLE, M. D
Having removed his office to the first floor over
the Traders' National Bank, can be found there
11 hours during tbe day, and at his residence Con
ner Seventh and College streets, at night,
feb7 3m " '
SPLENDID LINE OF
jnne xeas, au graues, just in, w.
' LeR6y DAVIDSON'S.
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1T7EHAVE JUST RECEIYED FROTl f
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROlVl
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 facilities we ask our friends
and patrons to come ands look at our Goods, as
we Intend to make garments to order, cheap
er than any Northern tailor coming
through here; we have also receiv
ed Butteriek's Fashion Plates
for spring and summer
wear as guide.
We solicit an early call, so, 'as to give us
time befoie a rush Of 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
TEACHERS WANTED.$50 to 8100 or $200
per month, during the Spring and Summer.
For full particulars address
J. C McCURDY & CO.,
Johnson's Anodyne Liniment will positively pre
vent this terrible disease, and will positively cure
nine cases in ten. Information that will save
many lives sent free by mail. Don't delay a mo
ment 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 as liniments, electrical ap
pliances, tc. Ask phj slclans 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.
75,27ft New American Books AT YOUR PRICE.
112,726 Second-hand Books AT ANY PRICE.
Catalogue of General Literature Free.
3 Beekman st, near New Post-Office, New York.
CO N S U M P T I O AT
And all Disorders of the
THROAT AND LUNGS
DR. T. A. SLOCUM'S GREAT REMEDY
V OOO H E n Kit II EES
YY O HHH II NHS EE
Y OOO H HUN NN EEK
Taken in conjunction with his
compound emulsion of
Pure cqd liver oiL
and hypophosphltes 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.
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
Manufactured only under ihe above Trade-Mark
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO.,
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Immediate relief warranted. Permanent tore
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebrated
ghysiclans of Europe and, America, becoming s
taple, Harmless, and Reiable Remedy on both
continents. ' The Highest-- MedlcaT " Academy of
Parts report 95 cures out of 100 case within Utrei
days. Secret The only dlssolver ol the poiaonous
Uric Acid which exists In toe Blood of Rheumatic
and Gouty Patients. $1,00 a box, 6 boxes fo
$5 00. Sent to any address on receipt of price.
Endorsed by physicians. 8ld by all druggists. Ad
dress WASHBURN E & CO.,
nov7 Only Importers' Depot 23 CUff-st, N. Y.
For sale by J. H. McADEN, Druggists,
feb 18 ly. Charlotte, N. C.
E ARE ALWAYS READY
And willlne to show goods whether or not you are
ready to buy" L. B- WRI3TON A CO.
' ' FOR THE
Is opened at the Cochrane; House, on Trade street.
A rtg. Free' Lunch win be given, minencmg on
Monday,. March' 10th, from eleven to one e'ejock,
and every day until further orders. Soups, Salads,
etc. etc, all free. mart
of Job Work eon note be dome with neahteae.
ch and cheojmeat. We em rwrNMA, Short
TAGS. RECETPTS, POSTERS,
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, 40.
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25th, 26th and 27th
Cordially Invited to this feast of beauty and fash
WITTKOWSKY & BAKUCLL
L O T H I N G !
L O T H I N G I
W. KAUFMAN A CO'S. :
CLOTHING HOUSE I
GREAT REBUCTION IN PRICE.
Having determined to reduce our stock, we now
offer to the people of Charlotte and this section of
North Carolina, the largest, cheapest and most
beautiful and well selected stock
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WE HAVK EVER OFTKRKD,
Consisting of the usual variety of MEN S, BOY'S.
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOPSE.
All we ask fs that our friends and customers
win give us a call, as It will be to your interest, and
you will save from fifteen to twenty per cent on
your purchases. W. KAUFMAN 4 CO.,
springs comer, Gnanotte, pl g.
, FAIRBANKS' SCALES
prer Sale Also,
.PATENT ALARM MONET DRAWERS!
CbfTee HTUs, Sptoe KUls, and Store Fixtures Qm
lb The Improved Type Writer.
Osculating Pomp Go's Pumps,
end tor Chralars,
FAIRBANKS ft ca,
, ' ' '" 811 Broadway. Jew
'ty For sale by Leading Hardware Dealer "