Saolijn got gtxtiu SUBSCRIPTION RATES : . Daily, one year, (pout-paid) in advance $8 00 TEE OBSERVES, JOB DRPdRTMEUT ... i . t Has been thoroughly tupplied with every needed tbant, and xbith tne Latest Style ef Type, and every manner of Job Work am noxo be done unlh neaintux, ditpatch and cheapnam. We can tunuh, at Short notice, "'' BLANKSi BILL-HEADS, LETTER-BRADS, CARDS, TAGSzJtECEIPTSi POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, HAND-BILLS, PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, C. i'uc M(fiu.rui . 4 00 Turee Month... One Month - 2 00 ... 75 WEEKLY EDITION: Weekly, (in the county) in advance $2 00 Out of tlmcotmty.ptmtpaU.... 2 10 Six Months 1 00 gr- Liberal Seduction Jor Clutm. (Sootls. . SPRING DRY GOODS ).i:ih u. VOL. XX. i CHARLOTTE, N. CM SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1879. NO. 3,138. OH: We beg leave 10 a,inoun'e to our friends and stomers that we have bought an unusually large SPRING STOCK, f w liU-li Is now .In and leody for Insertion,' prt pJI IHU iu unci uiu mniBuu ctuuuiup i . ,in annnn ..... 1 1 - n.-ir) liiaueements to buyers, both , ' ' ' . I ! i ' 7 WHOLESALE ' -ANI (HI RpTAIjL, (ilve us a call, or send your orders, and we will guarantee satisfaction. ELIAS & COHEN. gxtmittirc. H'RGESS NICHOLS, l WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKAI.KK IN ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE FURNITURE ! FURNITURE ! FURNITURE ! , BEDDING, Ac. BEDDING, &C. BEBJMNG, Ac. BEDDING, Ac. ) J) ft A Full Line of CHEAP BEDSTEADS ! CHEAP BEDSTEADS ! i ,i in , , LOUNGES ! LOUNGES ! LOUNGES ! LOUNGES! LOUNGES LOUNGES ! PARLOR AND CHAMBER. SUITS ! PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS ! COFFINS of all kinds on hand. IS?" COFFINS of all kinds on hand. No. 5 West Trade Street. CHARLOTTE, N. C. ' Or Ladies' and Gentlemen's Burial Robes-a I ne supply. B AltliAlNS IN URRR NN N UR RNN N U RRR N N N UR RN NN II TTTTU URRR EB UR UK U RRR KB U iV u V II II II II UR RE UU R RN NN UU R RKKK i f ' i AT E. (J. ROGERS' WAREROOMS, '?7 Next to Pootoffick. re : T i a My stock Is very Lar, : and embraces a FuH, Une of !-.:' - rail , PA k LOU, CHAMBER, DINING ROO AMD OFFICE FURNITURE jar All Goods Packed Free ol Charger S CS00jds, IrrtMtig, Sec A NEW 8TOCK SPRING GOODS BOUGHT CHEAP FOR CASH. We have a full line of Gros Grain and Damasse Silks, in black and colors, summer trimming aDd Inlng silks, Heurietta Cloths, Drap D'Alma, Tam Ise, black and colored Cashmeres, Empress Cloths (plain and striped). Black French Bunting. A sec ond stock of ail wool Bunting In all shades, and the most complete stock of FANCY DRESS GOODS. In Brocades, plain and stripes, ever exhibited In this market. A complete stock of French Or gandies and Dotted Swiss, for over-dresses. White goods in Linen Cambrics, Mull Muslins, Marsallas, Nainsooks In plain, striped and barred; Victoria Lawns in plain and fancy. A large variety of Piques; the handsomest stock of Hamburg Edg ings and Inserting, In white and colors ever ex hibited In this market. Ladles', children's and gents' Hosiery. Dress Linens and Linen suits. All the new novelties in Dress Buttons, silk and worst ed Fringes. A handsome lot of ladles' and chil dren's trimmed and untrlmmed Hats; also trim ming lor same, Including Plumes, Flowers and wreaths. Black Crape and Crape Veils, Silk and Gingham Parasols. The handsomest stock of Lace. Silk and Lawn Scarfs and Bows ever offered In this market Crepe Lisse and Monogram Ruf fling, Shetland Shawls, colored and white table Linens, Doyllers and Napkins Josephine and Harrlss' Seamless Kid Gloves; Lisle Thread ana Lace Gloves. Corsets In all qualities and numbers. Mrs. Moody's Patent Corset. Silk, Satin and double-faced Ribbons; Lappet, Net and Knottingham Curtains: White Lace Lambrequins A full stock of Gents' and Children's Stiff, Soft, Fur, Saxony and Straw Hats. A full line of SPRING CLOTHING, Fancy Casimeres. Boots and Shoes. Our stock will be ready for exhibition by the 25th of this month, and we Invite all to give It a careful inspec tion, as we are confident it will compare with any ever exhibited in this market. Respectfully, T. L. SEIGLE & CO., Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C. March 23. NEW GOODS NEW GOODS ! We Uike pleasure in announcing to our friends and the public in general, that we are receiving dally a large and fine assorted stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS OF ALL THE HE LATEST LATEST N0VELTIEO NOVELTIEO OF TOE 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 & BROS. February 21. JUST RECEIVED, -A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF- PRINTS, INCLUDING LIGHT SHADES pXiscjeXlaucimB PROclCAMAlriONBY THE GOVERNOR. $200 REWARD. A EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, I Raleigh, March 10th, 1870. f Where as ; Official Information has been received at this Department tnat ss. u. AAxhV"',''1 the eountj of Moore, stands charged with the taw - iter ol B. W. seaweu; ana wirereao, i ovw"" the saW N. B. Taylor has fled the State ejr -so con ceals himself ihat the ordinary process of law can- SSStaSKntoua J- JARVIS. Gover nor of the State of North Carolina, by virtue of au thority to me vested by law, do Issue this my pro clamation, offering a reward of Two Hundred Dol lars for the apprenensiwanu ueuyeij w N B Taylor to the Sheriff ef Moore county, at the Court House to Carthage, and I do enjoin sihiw cere ot the State ami . aU ood citizens to assist to none air our cuy iu. suuci&u, n . March, 1879, and in' the 103a year oi aiuoiki. Independence. r By the Governor : c . .LEE S. ryu-KMAM, rnvil ewnaij DESCRIPTION. - " ' Taylor Is about 83 years of age, about 5 feet inches high, wen set and will weigh about lou ins., and when last seen wore a heavy beard. inar I2drtw5t. , - CAORY. BBEAD, CAKES AND PIES, fresh every day. WE can with confidence recommend them as the very best manufactured, using none but the very best materials. W. N. PRATHER, 'i Trade Street, first door above the old Market.1, marl 4 1 CoaettTbee in Beits !.- BY REV. AX80W k CHESTER. " tNew York Observer. From grievous trouble and from sore distress, I haitdn toihe shelter of Tlfy breast-4 I I come to Thee, my pitying Lord, for rest. It Is not that I fear the world or man, Or shrink from any toll or any ban; For thy dear sake I strive to do my best My very striving Is my plea-for rest. I have Thy promise and I hold It fast. That Thou wilt hide me till the storm is past; How sweet of such a host to be the guest! O Savior mine, I come to Thee for rest. The merriest bird will sometimes cease from song; The busiest wine Is not unfolded lone: Just as the Jaded songster seeks Its nest, veary ana worn, i come to inee lor rest. Fold me a little while In Thine embrace. That I may gaze, unhindered, In Thy face. And, like beloved John, Thy sweetness see. And In my exile dream of Heaven and Thee. And when, at lastT-nw-pUgrlin feet-shaU-stand, Amid the blossoms of the Promised Land, Breathe on me, Lord. Xnjj bdnedietf on .btet, And crown my conflicts with eternal rest We judge that It makes little difference whether Mr. Tiklen loses his voice or not: the bar'l Is the thing that talks. Fhila. Time, Ind. a man named Ramse? was choked to death at "Wardsvllle, Out., by a grain of wheat Here Is an other argument in tavor ot taking jour gram in a liquid state. Intemperate Exchange. No first-class reporter will ever forget to add at the end of aa unsuccessful burai-y iltdni tjiatthe fellows overlooked a box contalirtite One thousand dollars In cash. This always makes the burglars mad enough to shoot themselves. Detroit Free Prefut. The mule Is a disappointing animal. One fell down a shaft In Maryland eighty-five feet deep. Every one said: "That mule's dead," but it was hoisted up unliijured and walked away, and just as every one said: -JhatfOiule's not hurt," H laid down aad died. Well, my eighty-six years have taubt me this, that duty must be the rule, and affection the sweet ner, of our lives. There Is a retributive judgment in this world we get what we give. If we make suffering we shall be made to suffer. The one who loves most Is happiest Mrs. Jenkinx. The easter egg this year, we are told, will present some new features.2 AdesetlpBoh te not given, but we presume it will be cut bias at the small end and wear a maroon colored overskirt, trimmed with magenta loops, and a jabot around the neck and hens will charge six cents a piece for 'em.-.Vom-town Herald. One of the unfathomable mysteries of this life Is to understand how a hand-cuffed criminal can jump off a train when It is going at the rate of for ty miles an hour and escape injury, while a man who never committed a wrong In his life cannot step off a train running at a speed of six miles an hour without plowing up two or three feet of earth with his nose, or having his leg crushed off, or his skull fractured. XorrixtMixi Herald. Bob Hart, the negro minstrel who has become a worker In the temperance cause, gives King Alco hol the credit for just one thing in his case. Whiskey saved him from being lost on the steam er Evening Star. He expected to sail on that ill fated vessel, but got so drunk on the day of her de parture that he could not find theway to the wharf. After a marriage ceremony had been performed in one of the churches in Adrian, Mich., the bride, when receiving the congratulations of her friends, shed tears, according to the established custom, at the sight of which the groom followed suit, with a copious flow of the briny fluid. After his friends succeeded In calming him he said he could not help It, for he felt as bad about It as she did. The following card appeared In a recent number of the Stamford, Ky., Journal; "First Monday In April (county court day) I will proceed to tire the heart of economy and precipitate the cohorts of retrenchment and reform upon the redoubt of ex travagance; and If I have more than one opponent I shall on that day Impale each upon a fork and take an alternate bile first of one and then the oth er, to the Infinite delight of the excited audience. Fuidame F. Bobbitt." "Oh, I suppose he loves Sarah, and would be glad to marry her," she was saying to another wo man in the postoflice corridor yesterday, "but I dunno." "Isn'the a nice young man?" asked the other. "Well, he's nice enough, but very reckless with his money. At Christmas time he made us a present of a French clock for the parlor, and there's not one of us In the house could speak a word of French. He might just as well have pre sented us with a German thermometer or a Span ish umbrella! We had to trade it for a barrel of molasses." Free I're.ns. COLUMBIA KEVTS ITEMS. . Senator Hampton Military Invitations The Forgery Case Concert Postponed Accident The Observer The Charlotte andCc lumbia Fairs. Columbia, S. C, March 21, lsTD. Editor Charlotte Observer Senator Hampton is expected here this week, en route for Washington. . The Columbia JJattalion, through Major Hughs. Thompson, lias extended special invitations to the Hornets' Xest Kiriemen, of Charlotte, the Clinch Itirles, of Augusta, Ga., and the Richmond ( Va.) Howitzers, to participate in the unveil ing ceremonies of the Cohf ederate mon ument, which take place under the aus pices of the Ladies' Monumental Asso ciation on May 10th, and it is earnestly hoped they may be able to make it con venient to attend. Gen. John S. Preston has been chosen by the ladies of the Confederate Monu mental Association as the orator of the day at the unveiling of the monument, and has consented to deliver the ad dress. Among the numerous arrivals at Wright's Hotel, by Hast Wednesday night's express train on the Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta Eailroad, from Augusta, was a handsome looking man, with heavy, gray moustache, accompa nied by a young lady, who registered as "J. Kinlev and Miss Kinley, St. Croix." On yesterday "J. Kinley " presented at the Central National Bank a forged check for $2,000, obtaining 8500, with which he departed Northward. An ar rest has since taken place at Winnsbo-boro- of the wrong man, bearing a strik ing resemhlahcie to the fugitive,;.'; Jt.Vis not likely, the fellow will make good his escape, as the case is being worked tip With hiuch'energy. .Trig I pr,opQsei Wbt&h for tfte benefit of the Palmetto Orphan Home did not come off last night, owing to the inclem ency ot the weather. The cnoice pro gramme contains many exquisite tea-ttiyWoca-arid'initi-ttt1silbv qur Vest amateur' performers. John. 1 , a vonnp inan emcloTed at R.'Tbger'a machine Shop,- had three , firi- gtS ,LUjn ,yiLY VtU,U ujr ,wM; Dr. E.' iB; ; Turnipsced -dressed the-'-wound : with his usual tmd well kno wii" skill V.'- '-.'-it 1 14t-f The enterprise; displayed by.IiroOB iimrRTTRrR n QtatriYff the morning' Tater is uiiivtusaiijr cumuicnucu. . . : Jt, ,i3. very .raUfvipg to learp that it , fiaajseesa. dCTerflaimd, toiholdrtaei Meck- .ienbwrg county frnt tins year? during the week preceding- tnat , oi ine oouui 'Carolina State Jair.fenabling Columbia exhibitors' to attend m Charlotte, ana vice versa, one fair thus contributing to the success of thethef, as it shoiild be. Delay in the Appointment ot House CommUtee?. Wash, Richmond State. . Speaker Kandall will deter the ;.ap nointment of committees for at least two weeks, if appointed at nil during the special session, so that he may have an opportunity to get somewnat ac quainted with new uiernbers,of w'lfani there are seventy-two, and lorm. some idea of their adaptability for work up on the various committees. In his es timate of them he will be assisted in some cases by old members, their col leagues, who know them better. For mer speakers have taken several weeks to arrange their committees. . Mr.- Kei-r took three weeks, and Mr. Randall on former occasion delayed for two weeks. New Laws and Changed Laws. , , , .IRateigh Observer. An act ratified February 20, 1879, to prohibit the removal of cases except where the ends of justice absolutely re quire it," makes important changes. A judge of the Superior or Criminal Court is authorized to make such removal to some adjacent county if he shall be sat isfied that a fair trial cannot be obtain ed in said county, after hearing all the testimony which may be offered on ei ther side by affidavits. But no cause, whether civil or criminal, shall be so removed unless the affidavit shall set forth particularly and in detail the ground of the application. It is mad competent for the other side to contro vert the allegations of fact in said ap plication, and to offer counter affidavits to that end, and the judge shall not or der the removal of any such cause un less he shall be satisfied after thorough examination of the evidence as afore said that the ends of justice demand it No criminal cause hall be removed un less application shall be made before the issuing of the order summoning a special venire, when such shall be re quired for the trial of the cause, and no cause, either civil ox criminal, shall un der any cireumstanegs be removed more than once by the same party. Since February 20, 1879, in all crimi nal actions, if the defendant be acquit ted, nol. pros. 'entered, or judgment ar rested, all the costs, including the de fendant's witness' fees, are to be paid by the prosecutor whether marked on the bill or warrant or not so marked, when the judge or justice is of opinion that there was not reasonable ground for prosecution, or that it was not re quired by the public interest. And ev ery judge, court or justice is fully au thorized to determine who- the prosecu tor is, at any stage of a criminal pro ceeding, provided only that no person shall be made prosecutor after the find ing of the bill without notice to show cause contra. If prosecutor does not pay up he may be shut up. On February 20, 1879, section 29, chap ter 0, Battle's Revisal, was repealed, and it was enacted that hereafter the coun ty treasurer, upon order of the chair man of the commissioners, is to pay ex penses of taking insane to and from the asylum, unless the insane person, or the husband or wife, or father or mother, of such person has sufficient property to pay it, and in that case such expense shall be paid by the father or guardian of such insane person, if a minor, or by tne party aforesaid. By act of February 20, 1879, the nor mal school act of 1877 is extended so as to include females, and a preparatory department is authorized in connection with the colored normal school The appropriations made for l877-'78 are made annual. A geological and an insane act are an nexed : . THE GEOLOGICAL BUREAU. Section l. That sections 14 and 10 of chapter 2 of Battle's Revisal be repeal ed. Sec. 2. Thq. Governor shall appoint, by and with tjhe consent of the Senate, a suitable person to conduct, under the supervision ot the department of agri culture, immigration and statistics, a geological, raineralogical, botanical and agricultural survey of the State ; that such officer shall hold office for two years : Provided, that the person so ap pointed shall be liable to removal at any time by the Governor, by and with the consent of the board of agriculture, immigration and statistics. Sec. 3. That the compensation of the person so appointed shall be fixed by the said department of agriculture, im migration and statistics, but shall never exceed a greater rate than two thousand dollars per annum. Sec. 4. That the expenditures incurr ed in making said surveys and reports shall be defrayed from the funds pro vided for the support and maintenance of the said department of agriculture, immigration and statistics: Provided, howevei; that the sumj hereby authoriz ed to be used, including the salary or compensation of the person appointed to make surveys, shall not exceed the sum of five thousand dollars per an num. OUTSIDE LUNATICS. Section 1. That chapter 284 of the laws of 1870-'77, and all other laws and clauses of lawrs concerning the mainte nance of lunatics outside the insane asylum be and the same are hereby re pealed. Shot by a Watchman. Special to the Charleston News and Courier.! Timmonsvilxe, March 20. On Sun day night last the town watchman of this place noticed a suspicious looking strange negro hanging about store doors, and, after being satisfied that he was a rogue, advanced on him and demanded his surrender. This the negro refused, dealing the w atchman two severe blows on the head w ith a large navy pistol which he had concealed, and then dos ing in for a fight. r Hiding tne watchman physically a better man than himself, after biting and striking him several blows, he at tempted to give leg bail, whereupon Mr. W. A. Lester, the watchman, drew his pistol for the first time and shot him down, the ball taking effect under his lett shoulder. He died from the wound yesterday, and the coroner's jury has returned a verdict that "ueceasea came to his death by a pistol shot in the hands of Mr. Lester, who acted in self-defence." A Disease that Wrecks the System. Every function Is deranged, every nerve unstrung, every muscle and fiber weakened by fever ana ague It is, In fact, 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 combatied with Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters Its foothold In the system Is dislodged, and every vestige of It eradicated. That benign antl-febrile specific and preventive of the dreaded scourge is recognized not only within our own boundaries, but In tropic lands far beyond them, where lntermittents 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 with it niarlH lw A Card. To all who are suffering from the errors and in discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, loss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary In South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the REV. JOSEPH T. IN MAN, Station D, Bible House, New York City jan 25 Woman's Best Friend. Ample testimonials from every section of the country show that Bradfieid'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 In sound constitutions and rosy cheeks. Its record Is before the public. Don't fail to try It If you are suffering from any of the complaints peculiar to the sex. feb25 Im GHE-W JACKSON. 8 BEST 8WEET$fATY 10BACCO. Judge Black on the Eire Outrage. LWash. Correspondent of the New Orleans Times. "3To case, since the Dred Scott decis ion, has so much depending on it as that writ of mandamus asked for by the Governor of Virginia against Judge Saves, of the United States . District Court of that State," said a great Demo cratic lawyer, omce an attorney-general, to the Times' correspondent to-night. "I was attorney-general when that Dred Scott decision was rendered," he continued, "and I remember well what an excitement there was all over the country. The rights of States are now being tested. Virginia has had two criminals, convicted under the law of the State, taken from her custody by a Federal judge, who has committed a high crime by this act. It is an exer cise of power entirely unwarrantable. and is a violation of the rights of Vir ginia to execute her laws in her own proper way Death of a Federal Judge. Baltimore, March 22. Hon. Wm. Fell Giles, who recently resigned the judgeship of the United States of the district court for Maryland on account of illness, died last night in the 72d year of his age. He had been, judge of this court for twrenty-five years. The Death-Kate el 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 sueh a common thing that in the hurry 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 Gkhxan Stbuf been taken, a cure would have resulted, and a large biU from a doctor been avoided. For all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, Boschee's Gkkman Stkup 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 single failure known. Ease Attainable by the Kbeumatic. 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 blood purification tfce acrid element to which pathologists the most eminent attribute the painful symptoms a 'theory completely borne out by urln ary analysis. The name of 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 mean a of relief in dyspepsia, fever and ague, and nervous ailments. It Is, perhaps, the finest tonic extant, and is highly recommended as a medicinal stimulant by distinguished physicians and analysts who pronounce ft to be eminently pure and very beneficial. The press also endorses it 00lis and fcttiotxtrtj. NEW BOOKS AT TIDDY'S CITY BOOK STORE. Mayne Reed's Novels, 0 vols., $7.50 Travels In Central Asia, by Vambery, 4.50 Treasure of Wit and Wisdom, 2.50 Short History of English People, Green. 1 .75 Dictionary of Christian Antiquities, 7.50 Social Etiquette of New York, 1 vol., cloth. 1 .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 Stationery at TIDDY & BRO'S. The latest styles of Wall Paper can always be found at TIDDY'S BOOK STORE. Mable, Todd & Co's. at Gold Pens always on hand TIDDY'S BOOK STORK S TUDEBAKER WAGONS. I am now in receipt of a large lot of the celebra ted STUDEBAKER WAGONS, all sizes, which will be sold on reasonable terms. CALL EARLY, and supply yourself with the best wagon out T. R GAITHER Jan. 8-tf. JXR Sr ALE. A beautiful Rifle Gun, made by Lamb & Son, Jamestown, N. C. For particulars and price, apply to CHA3. R. JONES, mart) d&w tf Observer Office. F OR SALE. The Bourgeotse and Minion type on which this paper was lately printed. It was made by the old Johnson type foundry, of Philadelphia, and wa.i not discarded because 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 sut pur chasers, and In fonts of 50 to l.OOQIbs, with or without cases. Address . OBSERVER, oct5 Charlotte. N. C. MORTGAGEE'S SALE! XTNDER and by virtue of a deed of trust execut J ed to the undersigned by Chambers dp StegaU, recorded In book IV, pages 212, 213, 214 and 215, register's office of Mecklenburg county, I wfll tell Dy puDiic aucoon at we coun nouse uuw m the city of Charlotte, at 12 o'clock M., on the 7th day of Apru, 1879, the following vehicles, horses, and other articles of personal property: One depot wagon (new), one clarence vehicle, three phaetons, 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, Trustee. By JONES JOHNSTON, Attorneys. mar8 oaw tds -gLOCKADE TOBACCO, FOR SALE. HavinK purchased a nice line of Tobacco, at the Government sale, . . I am prepared to offer extra Inducements to buy erLctS early. THOS. H. GAITHER. nov7 yyELL IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. Any person desiring 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 oi the public square, can be ac commodated by applying at decl8 THIS OFFICE. ill gWgJTm 77 Ml U 88.M 77 u D 77 77 77 77 T7 77 11 111 iu RSS PPP RRR II KN N GOO 5P PR RHSN NO O . PPP KRR UN IT N O BS8',P K B1IH NN GOO: TK7T5 HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROTH" M- -ITE1 ! HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROi' HQUSY7, UR HOU: A full and complete line of sample Goods for Spring Wear; the styles are ahVnew, attractive and . handsomely designed; the Goods are all of Foreign Looms, sucbas 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, cheap er than any Northern tailor coming through here; we have also receiv ed Butterlck's Fashion Plates for spring and summer wear as guide. t We solicit an early call, so 'as to give us -time before a rush of manufacture. Respectfully, BERW ANGER & BRO., Flme Clothiers and Tailors. N. B. Everybody that wants winter clothing win save money by calling on us, as we will sell them regardless of cost, Men's, Youths', Boys' and Children's 8ults. teb9 TEACHERS WANTED. $50 to $100 or $200 per month, during the Spring and Summer. For full particulars address J. C. McClTRDY & CO., Philadelphia, Pa. D IPHTHERIA! 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 mall. Don't delay a mo ment Prevention la better than cure. Sold every where. I. S. JOHNSON & CO.. Bangor, Maine. gENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTERS There Is no doubt about the great superiority of tbls article over common porous plasters and other external remedies, autib as liniments, electrical ap pliances, Ac. Ask physicians in your own locality about it It is wonderful. Sold by all Druggists, price 25 cents. CHEAPEST CHEAPEST BOOK STORE LN THE WORLD. 53,672 Superb Englteh Books AT OUR PRICE. 75,27tt New American Books AT YOUR PRICE. 112.72H Second-hand Books AT ANY PRICE. Catalogue of General Literature Free. LEGGAT BROTHERS, 3 Beekman st, near New Post-office, New York. c N N M M T T O O N And all Disorders of the THROAT AND LUNGS Permanently Cured. DR. T. A. SLOCUM'S GREAT REMEDY PPP P P PPP P aSSQ Y Y ooo 0 o o 0 o ooo H H H U HHU H H H H NN N NN N N N N N NN N NN Y Y YY Y Y K EB E ss8 3gs8 Taken In conjunction with his compound emulsion of Pure cod liver oiL and hypophosphltes of LIME AND SODA. A FREE BOTTLE of each preparation sent by express to each suffering applicant sending their namej-P.a and express address to Dr. J. A. Slo cum, 18l Pearl street. New York. isttllnntonsi AH 0 MAT I C WMMM TEETH. tJUHS'BHEATH SO MORE JHEUMATIS f OR GOUT ACUTE OB CHRONIC g A 1 I 6 Y L I C ' A SURE CURE. Manufactured only under the above Trade-Mark bythe EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MED1CINK CO., ' or Paris and utipno. Immediate relief warranted. Permanent Owe guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebrated physicians of Europe and America, becoming, a Staple, Harmless, And Reliable Remedy on both continents. The Highest Medical Academy of Paris report 96 cures out of 100 cases within three days. Secret The only dissotrer of the poisonous Uric Acid which exists in tne Blood of Rheumatic and Gouty Patients. fl0 box, 6 boxes for $5 OO. Sent to auy address n receipt of prl. Endorsed by physicians. Sold by all druggists. Ad dress WASHBURN Kf CO. , nov7 Only Importers' Depot 23 Cliff -st. N. Y. For sale by J. TL McADEN, Druggists, feb 18 ly. Charlotte, N. C. TlfE ARE ALWAYS READY T v And willing to show goods whether or not you are ready to buy. L. R. WRISTON k CO. decl3 STAND NOT AMAZED, i FOR THE LUNCH ROUTE . Is opened at the Cochrane House, on Trade sti A big Free Lun$h will be given, commencing on Monday, March 10th, from eleven to one o'clock, and every day until further orders. Soups, Salads, etc etc aDfreei mart) ft RRR R R RRR R R A AA A A NN N DDD NN N D 1 N N N D 1) N NN D D R R A A N NN DDD OPENIIG OX- TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, 25th, 26th and 27th OF MARCH, 1870, -OF THE YOU ARE Cordially Invited to this feast of lwauty and fash Ion. Resectfully, WITTKOWSKY & HA11UCIT. c L O L O THING! THING! ; L O T II I N U J W. KAUFMAN 4 CO'S. CLOTHING HOUSE! i GREAT REDUCTION 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 J -OF-I 8 o o o ooo OO o o o o o o OO TTTT 11 H T H H T HHH T H H T H H NN N NN N N N N N NN N NN GOO O G O o OO GGQ WE HAVE KVKK OFFERED, Consisting of the ususU variety of MF.KS, BOY'S, YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, wKl FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE. J All we ask Is that our friends and easterners will 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 CO., Springs Comer, Charlotte, N. C. decl2 rpHS WORLD'S STANDARD. FAIRBANKS' SCALES fFor Sale Also, PATENT ALARM MONEY DRAWERS I Coffee Mills, Spice Mills, and Store Fixtures Gene rally; lBh.The Improved Type Writer. Oscillating Pump Co's Pumps. end for Circulars. i FAIRBANKS & CO., 311 Broadway, New York ty For sale by Leading Hardware Dealers . eptl-dtaw w OGO a a i GO OGG LATEST 11

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