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SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
nailv, V1' .Pot-pctl&) in advance. . 3 00
jZKonths , 4 00
yhree Month. .. . 2 00
(fur Month 5
WEEKLY EDITION ;
treeklv, ( the county) i advance. . . . k. $2 00
PutQfthe'coueUy.poetpaid,. ... 24J0
Hiz Month 1 00
0T Liberal Reduction for OhOm.
goroTi and got gtrhitlng.
TOT OHSKHVRR OjK DEPARptEMT
ILi been Ihorouahlv mtmiied trilh every needed
iomt, and with the Latest Style of Type, and evtry
maimer of Job Work em now be done with neatnees,
dixputch and cheap. We am rurnieh, at Short
TAQ& RECEIPTS, POSTERS,
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, C.
CHARLOTTE, N. C, TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1879.
SPRING DRY GOODS
We be ,e!ive 10 announce t0 our Mends and
K that we have bought an unusually laree
tj &oo&Bt WlatUlnQ, Set
it i which Is now .In. and leadj for Inspection.
are rera vd to offer this season extraordl-
linlucements to buyers, both j
We have a full line of Gros Grain and Damasse
Silks, In black and eolors, summer trimming and
lining silks, Henrietta Cloths, DrapD'Alma, Tam
lee, black and colored Cashmeres, Empress Cloths
(plain and striped). Black French Bunting. A sec
ond stock of aft 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 hi Linen Cambrics, Mull Muslins, MarsaMas,
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' Insertings, In white and colors ever ex
hibited tn this market. Ladies', children's and
gents Hosiery. Dress Linens and Linen suits. All
ine new novelties to Dress Buttons, silk and worst
ed Fringes. A handsome lot of ladles' and chil
dren's trimmed and untrimmed Hats; also trim
ming for 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 Llsse and Monogram Ruf
fling, Shetland Shawls, colored and white table
Linens, Doyliers and Napkins Josephine and
Harriss' Seamless Kid Gloves; Lisle Thread ana
Lace Gloves. Corsets In all dualities and numbers.
Mrs. Moody's Patent Corset Silk. Satin and dou
ble-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
De Big Beihel Church.
Uncle Remus In the Atlanta Constitution.
De Big Bethel chu'eh! de Big Bethel ehu'eh!
1 Done put old Satan behlne um;
Ef a sinner git loose from enny udder chu'eh,
De Big Bethel chu'eh will fine um!
Hit's good to be dere, an' Its sweet to be dere,
Wld de sisterin' all aroun' you
A shakln' dem shackles er mussy an' love
Wharwld de Lord Is boun' you.
Hit's sweet to be dere and lissen to de hymes
An' hear dem mo'ners a shoutin'
Dey done reach de place whar dere alnt no room
Fer enny mo" weepln' an' doubtln'.
Hit's good to be dere w'en de sinners all jine
Wi'd de brudderln in dere singln',
An' it look like Gaberl gwlne ter rack up an' blow
An' set dem heaven blls ter ringln' !
Oh, de Big Bethel ohu'ch! de Big Bethel chu'cli !
Done put ole Satan behlne um;
EI a sinner git loose from enny udder chu'eh
De Big Bethel chu'eh will tine um!
Give us a call, or send your orders, and we will
ELLAS & COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
Fancy Caslmeres. 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
T. L. SEIGLE & CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte. N. C.
H. MORRIS & BROS.'
NEW YORK CITY PRICES.
In the race for matrimony it isn't always the girl
that covers the most laps that wins.
An officer who was going out of town yesterday
with several prisoners fastened together remarked
he was going out with the tide Derrick.
Man can do many things, but there Is one thing
he cannot do; he can't button on a new collar, ust
after cutting his thumb nails, without looking up
in the air.
He put his arm around her waist
And swore an awful swore.
And as he jerked it off again
I've felt that Pln-afore.
Jpfffirsnn Davis onerht to be hanged. While we
are in the habit of doiner thlners their way for fear
of displeasing our nortn, we might as well hang
Jeff at once. He is not a citizen, we believe, and It
wouldn't be against any of the amendments to
abolish him. Atlanta Constitution.
Pittsburg Post: How silly the talk of a "solid
South," In an offensive sense, when Randall, in
caucus, got nearly one-half the Southern Demo
cratic vote, as against Blackburn, a Southern man,
while Adams, a Union soldier, was nominated for
clerk, by Southern votes, over Caldwell, an ex-Confederate.
An Irishman accosted a gentleman on the street
late at night with a request for the time. The gen
tleman suspecting that Pat wished to snatch his
watch, gave him a stinging rap on the nose, with
the remark, '-It has just struck one !" "Be jabers,"
retorted Pat, "I'm glad I didn't ax you an hour
"Amanda, I wish you to put the large Bible in a
prominent place on the centre-table, and place
three or four hymn-books carelessly around on the
sofas. I have advertised for a young man to board
PREVENTING A MARRIAGE.
n a cheerful Christian family, and I tell you what.
If you girls don't manage, either one ot you, to
take him in, why, I'll never t.y anything again, for
I m tired out'
A married woman who lost her voice fifteen years
ago, and didn t know how to write, recoverea ner
speecn last week, xne nrsi worus auaressea w
her husband were. "isow, George Henry, i want
vou to tell me where you were on the night of Sep
tember 22d. 1KB5, that yo. didn't come in until 2
'clock In the morning?" George Henry replied.
I don't remember." Ann we don't suppose ne
He was a venerable and agricultural-looking
man, attired in tne latest hew Jersey iasrnon, ana
he stood on a street corner near Washington Mar
ket. Holding up his left hand, and gazing reflec
tively upon three pieces of string tied round an
equal number of fingers, he soliloquized: "That's
to remind me get a spool of cotton; t'other means
don't forget the calico. But what in thunder's this
one for? Ah, by gum! that's don't get drunk
again!" A. 1. Com. Adv.
In the great race for wealth and fame does It
ever occur to a man that 6,o00 years ago blrlus
was the predominant star of Autumn, and that
tt,000 years hence it will be the ruling star ot
Spring? We don't suppose It does. The greed of
gold drives the love ot astronomy out of a man's
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head, ana it you were to ten mm mat zu,ruu
years hence the moon would shine in the day time
and the sun at night, he wouldn't manifest any
alarm, whatever, but coolly reply, "We shall see."
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
COFFINS of all kinds on hand. El
- COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
No. 5 West Tra.uk Strkbt.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
iJtr Ladles' and Gentlemen's Burial Robes a
Look at the following reduction of prices:
Best Calico, only
Yard Wide Bleaching,
Best Sea Island Cotton,
OV'a Cents per yard,
55 Cents per dozen
We only enumerate a tew articles, but a eall will
convince everybody that we mean what we say
Our stock is
and embraces everything kept in a first class es
tablishment We have reduced every department
to keep up with the times. Now Is your chance to
ever bought in Charlotte. Everybody Is invited to
H. MORRIS & BROS.
AT HALF PRICE.
A Sister Placing Her Hand on the Mouth of Her
Washington, March 20. On Satur
day night Capt. Norman Crime, well-
known here, was aymg at meyer s no
te! in this city. The captain was orth
about $20,000. lie naa uvea nve years
with a woman named Mary Crane, and
had introduced her as his wife in some
of the most respectable circles in the
District No marriage ceremony had,
however, been performed. When Capt
Crane was dying he desired to make
Mary his legal wife. The captain's sis
ter, Celia Crane, was violently opposed
to a marriage, there being, it appears,
no will. A clergyman, the Rev. Dr.
Jas. G. Addison, was sent for, and was
willing to perform the ceremony.
Dr. Townsend, who was also present
thus described the scene in an inter
view with a Post reporter :
"The sister kept her place by the side
of the bed, and as I asked the question
first to nrove his consciousness, 'Do
vou know me?' he indicated his reply
by an affirmative nod of the head. Then
I asked 'Are vou willing to marry this
woman?" but before he could nod, his
sister patted him on the cheek and said,
'Don't answer them, my dear brother.'
In his weak condition he woukl at once
relapse, and after,, several attempts and
failures, botn i ana ir. Yaaison gave
The marriage was thus prevented,
and after the captain's death the sister
took possession of his personal proper
ty. The alleged wife caused the arrest
ot the sister on the accusation ot larce
ny, but on the witness stand the com
Dlainant acknowled that there had been
no marriage ceremony. The police jus
tice thereupon decided that the sister,
beintr the natural heir, was entitled to
The so-called Mrs. Crane was visited
bv a Post reporter. She is of a petite
figure, about 30 years of age, of fair
complexion, and very iaay-iiKe and
modest in her demeanor. She was
dressed in - deep mourning. fche was
evidently worn and worried witu ex
citement. She said she been living for
vears as the wife of Mr. Crane ; had for
saken home and friends for him, and,
in the eves of God and man, was his
wife. Speaking of the reasons -for de
lavinsr the marriage, she explained that
it had been sjoken of between them,
but that up to his last sickness nothing
dehnite had heen arranged, some time
before Mr. Crane's death the Rev. Dr
Addison had called, but at that time,
although she thought of suggesting the
marriage, she had deferred it, and when
he next came it was too late. ;sne aaa
ed that she did not know the sister un
til her arrival, and that the sister had
prevented the marriage by placing her
hand over the mouth and head ot Mr,
Crane, thus preventing him from an
swering the questions when asked.
New Laws and Changed Laws.
Steele and the Speakership The Length ot thr
8ei(m Everett and flyman.
Wash. Cor. Raleigh News.
Representative Steele was the only
member who objected to making Ran
dall's nomination unanimous in caucus.
He has been much complimented by
the press for the bold stand he took, in
standing up to what he said and be
lieved to be right. He voted against
Jtianciaii irom principle, auu uiu uul
yield in any other direction. He is said
to be to boldest and most candid man
in Congress, when he believes he is
Various speculations are anoat as to
how long the extra session will last
and the class of legislation that will be
brought up for consideration.
Senator Ransom, whose opinions are
always worthy of the highest consider
ation, says he thinks Congress should
transact sucn ousmess as it was cauwu
together for by the President and ad
journ. Senator Vance entertains simi
lar views. In the House there is a di
vision of opinion: most of the new
members want to go into general legis
lation and prolong the session until
June or July.
state senator .Everett, ot jNortn Car
olina, called on the President yesterday
with ex-Congressman Brogden and pre
sented a memorial numerously signed
by Republicans of the State and mem
bers ot the .Legislature, i ne memorial
sets forth that unless certain United
States officials are removed m the State
the cause of Republicanism is dead.
John llyman, tne late congressman
from North Carolina, called on Sena
tors Vance and Ransom to-day, asking
them to assist him in getting some gov
ernment position. The number of ex-
Congressmen around tne capitoi mignt
rightly be called legion. They are will
ing to take the driest bone if a better
can't be had. J. M. H.
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A full and complete Hue ot sample Goods for Spring
Wear; the styles are nil new, attractive and
handsomely designed; the Goods
are alj ot Foreign looms,
French. English. Scotch and ierm;iti.
And wiUi Increased facilities we ask our friends
and patrons to come and look at our Goods. a
we Intend to make gannenta to order, cheaiv
er than any Northern tailor coming
through here; we have also receiv
ed Butterlck'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.
Tennessee Offering Forty Ceuts on the Dollar.
Nashville, March 21 A prolonged
struggle in the Senate to-day terminat
ed in the passage of a bill by a small
majority to settle the State debt at forty
cents on a dollar, at four per cent in
terest. Subsequently a despatch was
read to the Senate and House from Ed
ward Kelly, of New York, chairman ot
of the bondholders' committee, saying
that the bondholders will not abate their
proposition of sixty cents on a dollar
and six per cent interest, excepting to
accept four per cent, interest, for the
first four years. The State credit men
despair of a settlement between the
legislature and bondholders.
drolls and stationery.
BERW ANGER & BR0
Fine Clolhlers 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
25th, 26th and 2Tth
AN EXCITING BOOK. 20,000 SOLD!
The "Wild Adventures'' and 'Triumphs" of
ST ANLE Y- in - AFRICA
This only authentic and copyrighted cheap edition
13 selling faster than any other book In America.
rave a full historv of his " Down the ongo."
agf.NTS WANTED. For full particulars and
terms address HUBBARD BROS., Pubs., Philadel
THE EXTRA SESSION.
Long Sitting Probable A Randall Ulan Laid Out.
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PROCLAMATION BT THE GOVERNOR.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, I
Raleigh, March 10th, 1879. (
Whbrkas; Official information hasrecelved
at this Department a. o. i"r"71"
the county of Moore, stand charged with the mur
Iir of 8. W. Seawelf; and whereas, It appears that
der Oi p. n , Dcj""i f. j tha atuta or an MID-
not be served -upon Wm; T.nvTa onver-
Now, hereiore,x a Tofau-
ntr AT I MM nuiLB Ul AV-IO vjiu-i
thorny in me vesieu m
cSjunation. offering a reward of Two Himd
inrifnr the aDDrenensioind delivery of j
N B Taylor to the Sheriff el Moore county, "
rvufrt Hmiae lii Carthag, and I do enjoin all pffl
ceof tSeX?xdi citizens to assist in
bWuffBffiKthe tenth day of
MarXistM in tUiMdjearof American
Independence. THOS. J. JARVIS.
By the Governor: .
Lkb 8. OTKjpuir, Private Secretary.
Taylor Is about 33 years of age, aboat 5 feet 0
inches high, well set and will weigh about. 160 lbs.,
and when last seen wore a heavy beard.
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TAkLOll. CHAMBER, DIMNO BOO
F A K E R Y .
BREAD, CAKES AND PIES, fresh every day.
Wash, special to Philadelphia Times.
The Democrats of the House held a,
verv important caucus to-day, in which
a general discussion of the objects of
the session ana tne imsiness oeiore con
gress took place. The most important
action, which was agreed to by a very
larere majority, was to pass a resolution
recommending the Speaker to organize
the standiner committees. By most
persons this is regarded as a positive
indication that the session of Congress
is to be a very long one. hy the com
mittees should be selected, unless it is
expected that the House will go into
general business, it is impossible to see.
Some of the opponents of Speaker Ran
dall in his own party in the House say
that this action was agreed upon in or
der to force Mr. Randall to show his
hand at once, so that he may be de
nounced by those to whom he has made
promises which he cannot keep. They
say a revulsion of feeling has already
taken place, and that some of those
who voted for Mr. Randall are already
regretting it. Mr. Morrison is particu
larly bitter against the Speaker, and
talks loudly against him. Every indi
cation, to my mind, points to a long
session of Congress and a very bitter
political discussion, in the Senate at
least, and in the House probably also.
The members and Senators generally
of both parties are opposed to a long
session, and most of them say it will be
short, but when either house gets fairly
started it acquires such an impetus that
it is unmanageable. Senator David Da
vis, of Illinois, said to-day that if the
Democrats sit all summer they will
make the greatest mistake a party ever
made. He says the country does not
want Congress sitting in YV ashington ;
that Imsiness, particularly in the West,
is settling down, and that all disturbing
causes should be avoided. He thinks
that there is nothing to keep Congress
here more than a month; that the ju
rors' test oath and the presence or
troops at the polls are no longer in con
troversy, and that the other political
features of the two appropriation bills
can be compromised. He has apparent
ly forgotten that the President has said
again and again that he would veto any
measure repealing the Federal election
laws, and that the Republican Senators
a day or two ago uiiaiuinuusij aii
to stand bv their former position,wnicn
was against anv compromise. Mr. Mor
rison said to-day that if the President
vetoes these bills Congress win oe nere
till next December. Otherwise it will
get away very soon. JVlr. itanaan says
he cannot appoint the committees with
in a fortnight, ana tnat tnus iar ne n
not allowed himself to think of them.
A committee was appointed Dy tne cau
cus to confer with a similar committee
on the part of the Senate to arrange
the business of the Senate.
The caucus to-day treated Hiester
Clymer without mercy in ousting him
from the chairmanship of the Demo
cratic caucus, a position he has held for
two years and over. He earnestly de
sired a re-election, but was ignomin
iously beaten, two to one. Clymer had
been a stalwart Randall man. and Ran
dall's enemies, while not strong enough
fn dftfpjit. him. were strong enough to lay
out his henchman, which they proceed
ed to do with a will, and elected House,
nf Tennessee, a strone Blackburn man.
Clymer saw the stom coming and tried
to get under cover, but his injudicious
fnp.nds wouia not let mm get; out oi me
way, but kept him up to the scratch un
til he was soundly pummeled. Clymer
is personally popular ana agreeable, ana
this action was a rather severe blow to
Raleigh Observer. 1
Since February 20, 1879, Battle's Re
visal, chapter 65, section 18, has been so
amended as to make colts answerable
for their sires' wages twelve instead of
six months after foaling. The sins of
the sires, &c, or words to that effect.
Annexed are two laws as to which
inquiry has been made of us.
INJUNCTIONS AND RESTRAINING OR
DERS. Section 1. The judges of the Superi
or Courts of this State shall have juris
diction to appoint receivers, issue re
straining orders, and grant injunctions
in all civil actions and proceedings
which are authorizedby law.
Sec. 2. All restraining orders granted
any ul me juuyca il lug nam oujjch-
or Courts shall be made returnable be
fore the resident judge of the district,
or the judge assigned to the district, or
holding by exchange the courts ot tne
district, when the civil action or spe
cial proceeding is there depending.
Sec. 3. All orders to show cause why
a receiver should not be appointed shall
be made returnable in the same man
ner and before the same judge, as pre
scribed in section two of this act: Pro
vided, that a judge holding a special
term in any county may appoint a re
ceiver, arrant an injunction, or issue a
restraining order returnable before him
self in anv case which he may have ju
risdiction to hear and determine under
the commission issued to him
Sec. 4. All laws in conflict with this
act are hereby repealed.
Sec 5. This act shall be in force from
and after itsratification.
APPEALS FROM JUSTICES' JUDGMENTS.
Section 1. That in all appeals from
judgments of justices of the peace, the
appellate courts, when judgment shall
be rendered against the appellant, may
also give judgment against the sureties
to the appeal to the amount of the judg
ment and the costs awarded against the
Sec. 2. Strike out the following words
in section 03, chapter 63 of Battle's Re
visal, viz : " and execution thereon be
returned unsatisfied, in whole or in
part, the sureties will pay the amount
unsatisfied," and also the word " unsat
isfied" in next to last line of said sec
tion. Sec. 3. This act shall be in force from
The Republican Senators as a Minm iy.
Wash. Special to Richmond Dispatch.
Some of the Republican Senators
adapt themselves more readily to the
changed condition of affairs than others.
Conkling, tor instance, seems to nave
fresh life and vigor, and instead of writ
ing continuallv, as he used to do, has al
ready leaped to the front as a minority
leader. The tact. However, is mat wnue
nominally heretofore a Republican, he
has not been in accord witli the admin
istration ; but, now that he can attack
his Democratic enemies independenly of
Hayes, John Sherman & Co., he seems
happy, and promises to make more repu
tation than he has made of late. Ed
munds is prepared to growl at every
thing, but does not work quietly in mi
nority traces. Blaine, who is out of
place in the Senate, is ready at the
shortest notice to do guerilla service out
of order in spite of the gavel of the Vice
President or the objections of Senators.
His true place is in the House.
A South Carolina Suicide.
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Travels in Central Asia, by Vambeiy. 4.50
Treasure of Wit and Wisdom, 2.50
Short History of English People, (ireen. 1.75
Dictionary of Christian Antiquities, 7.50
Social Etiquette of New York, 1 vol.. cloth. 1 .00
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Jan. 8 tf.
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and will completely change the blood In the entire
system in three montns. Any person wno win uinc
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GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Havinar determined to reduce our stock, we now
offer to the people of Charlotte and this section of
North Carolina, the largest, cheaist and most
beautiful and well selected stock
pr hi Goods Packed Free of Charge?.
WE can with confidence recommend them as
the very best manufactured, using none but
to tea best materials.
W. N. FRATHER,
Trade Street, first door above the old Market.
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.
The Bourgeolse and Minion type on which this
paper was lately printed. It was made by the old
Johnson type foundry, of Philadelphia, and was
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 sui pur
chasers, and in fonts of 50 to l.OOOttw, with or
Charlotte. N. C.
Yes, woman has as good right to health and hap
piness as the other sex. Then, why suffer so long
when the remedy Is within your reach. Try Brad
field's Female Regulator, Woman's Best Friend,
and you will have your health and strength fully
restored. Call on your druggist for a circular, and
see some of the wonderful cures it has made. .
Mack Hill, who resides eighteen miles
south of this place, in Chesterfield coun
ty, S. C, suicided by drowning himself
in a well upon his premises in the ear
ly part of the morning of Tuesday last,
18th hist., and before any member of
his household had arisen from bed. His
wife and other residents of the place,
upon going about their daily duties
shortly after he Tiad goner out; were
shocked and horrified to discover the
suicide's bloated body in the well, the
result of an aberated mind, superinduc
ed, perhaps, by the use of alcoholic spir
its. Mr. Hill was originally a native of
Anson county, and resided in the White
Store section until a year ' dr ' two ago,
when he married and moved to Chesterfield,
TTNDER and by virtue of a deed of trust execut
Kj ed to the undersigned by Chambers A 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,
onsi ntv.ar arHMonnt nerannal DrorjertV:
One depot wagon (new), one clarence vehicle,
three phaetons, one douWffugy, two single bug
ales, one. spring wagon, one carryall, one straw
cutter? two saddles and bridles, four sets of lead
bars, many sets of slngle-and- double harness, one
clock, twelve horses all trained I and broken.
Terms: Cash. BERRYMAN GREEN.
By JONES & JOHNSTON, Attorneys.
Having purchased a nice line of Tobacco, at the
Government sale, ... ...
I am prepared to offer ex inducements tobuy
ers. Call early. THOS. H. GA1TU-KK.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Any person desiring to purchase a we J Improved
City Lot. House with nine rooms, and modem con
veniences, fine well of water, brick kitchen, within
Ave minutes walk of the public square, can be ac
commodated by applying at
decl8 THIS OFFICE.
Manufactured only under the above Trade-Mark
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO..
Or PAJSIS LSD LEIPZIG.
immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
euaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebrated
physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple, Harmless, and Reliable Remedy on Dotn
continents. The Highest Medical Academy of
Paris resort fifi cures oat of 100 cases within three
(lam. Secret The onlv dlssolver of the poisonous
Uric Acid which exists in tne Blood of Rheumatic
and Goutv Patients. 81.00 a box. 6 boxes for
Si no flAnt tn anv address on receipt of price.
Endorsed by physicians. Sold by all druggists. Ad
dress WASHBUKN1S X KAJ.,
nov7 Only Importers' Depot. 23 Cliff-st , N. Y.
For sale by J. H. McADEN, Druggists,
feb 18 ly. Charlotte, N. C
yE ARE ALWAYS READY
And willing to show goods whether or not you are
ready to buy? L. R. WRISTON & CO.
A M A Z E 1)
Is opened at the Cochrane House, on Trade street
A big Free Lunch will be given, commencing on
Monday, March 10th, from eleven to one o'clock,
and every day until further orders. Soups, Salads,
etc etc.. all free. mart)
F. C. MUNZLER,
DEALER 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.
Lager Beer Is healthy and an excellent appetizer
and recommended bj all good physicians to per
sons in delicate health.
All orders left at John Vogel's tailor shop will re
ceive prompt attention,
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WE HAVK KVXR OFFEKEP,
Consisting of the usual variety of MEN S. BOY'H.
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
t5y- CLOTHING, w9El
BT FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE. J
AH we ask Is that our friends and customers
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 Corner, Charlotte. N. C.
HE WORLD'S STANDARD.
f For Sale Also,
I PATENT ALARM MONEY DRAWERS 1
Coffee Mills, Spice Mills, and Store Fixtures Gene
The Improved Type Writer.
Oscillating Pump Co's Pumps,
end for Circulars.
FAIRBANKS A CO.,
811 Broadway, New York
t3T" For sale by Leading Hardware Dealers
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