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ZAJB& HECKIPTS, POSXEBS,
PAMPHLETS, CIBCVLABS, CHECKS, C.
CHARLOTTE, N. C, FRIDAY, MARCH -22; 1879.
. SPRING fifeY GOODS
We teg leave to announce to our friends and
e a-tomers that we have bought an unusually large
of which Is now In. and leady for Inspection.
We are prepared to offer this season extraordi
nary inducements to barer, both 1 '
ri'.: H i
Give us a call, or send your orders, and we will
guarantee satisfaction. ; .
ELIAS A COHEN.
URGESS NICB0UL 1
WHOLESALE AND KXTAlt
ALL KINDS OF
BEDDING, C. SiSKSJS'?
BEDWNO. AO. . , BEDDING, AC.
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS I
TARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS 1
W COFFINS of all kinds on band.
1ST COFFINS of all klnd(m'bAjrjd.. fla
No. 5 West Trade Strbkt.
CHARLOTTE. N. C.
Lad!"' and Gentlemen's Burial Robes a
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u uV jr5 11 ii? 0 -JjiSvIl,
uu. ,5jr5. B Tin ,vuT-f
Nkit to Po&TomcK.
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My Slock Is very Lar, '. and embraces a Full iine of
,6i t; 1
An - .
OFFICE .FURNITURE .
& ill Goods Tacked Free of Charger
A NEW STOCK
We have a fult line of Gros Grain and Damasse
r8 Maejk -and oelors, summer trimming and
iif! Hietta Cloths, Urap IVAlma Tam-
S, !!88 Cloths
and striped). Black French BunOng. A sec
ond stock of. an wool Bunting in all shades, and
the roost 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 overdresses. White
goods to Linen Cambrics, Mull Muslins, Marsanas,
Nainsooks in plain, striped and barred; Victoria
Lwas ta slain and fancy.: xA terge variety t
PVie;-tte handsomest, stocks c Hamburg Edg
tagsand Usertla8, in White and colors ever ex
hlbited In thla , market Ladles', children's and
gents' Hosiery. Dress Linens and Linen suit All
the new novelties in Dross Buttons, silk and worst'
ed Fringes.- A handsome lot of ladies' and chil
dren's trimmed, and nntrlmmed Hats; also trim
ming tor same, Including Plumes. Flowers and
Wreaths, Black Crape and Crape Veils, Silk and
Gingham Parasols. The handsomest stoek of
Lace, Silk and Lawn Scarfs and Bows ever offered
in this market. Crepe Lisse and Monogram Ruf
fUngv Shetland Shawls, colored and white table
Linens, Doyllers and Napkins Josephine and1
Harriss' Seamless Kid Gloves; Lisle Thread and
Lace Gloves. Corsets In all qualities and numbers.
Mrs. Moody's Patent Corset Silk, Satin and double-faced
Ribbons; Lappet, Net and Knottlngham
Curtains: White Lace Lambrequins. A full stock
of Gents' and ChfldrMi'j Stiff , Soft, Fur. Saxony
and Straw Hats. A full line of
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 Inspect
tli. 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.
Look at the following reduction of prices:
Best Calico, only tU, 2 Cents per yard.
Yard Wide Bleaching, 8
Best Sea island Cotton. 8
Coats' Cotton, 55 Cents per dozen.
Hand-sewed Slippers, To Cents.
We only enumerate a few articles, but a call 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.
PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, I
Balbtoh, March 10th, 1879.
cial information has been received
at ibis Derjartinwrt that X. B.,TAx Iajh, late or
iter of S. WVBeawell ; and whereas, It appear that
the saldNTBTaylor has flea the State, or sa con
ceals himself that the ordinary process of law can
nor ol t& State of NoSk Carolina, by vlrme Bu
thorlty in me vested by law. do lsue thlamy pro
clamation, oflering a rswaia of Two Hundred Dol-
Done at our city oc . ttajieigu, ute wnut ui
March? 189Tand In thelOSdyear of American
Indepeiwtence. TH0S J JABVIS.
By the Governor:
Lnc a Ovsrman, Private Secretary. ;
Taylor Is about 38 years of a, bpjrtB feet 6
inches high, well set and will weigh about 160 lbs.,
awheiTlast seen wore a heavy beard.
BREAD, CAKES AND PIES, fresh every day.
WE ean with confidence, recommend them as
Tttu) Very best manufactured, using none but
the Very best materials.
W, N. PRATHER,
e Street, first door above the old Market.
Bo forth issew'd the seasons of the yeare!
First, lusty spring, all dlght in leaves of flowres
That freshly budded and new bloomes did baare,
la which a thousand birds had built their bowres,
That sweetly sung to call forth paramours;
And In his hand a laelln did he beare,
And on his head (as fit for warlike stoures)
A gilt engraven morion he did weare;
That as some did him love, so others did him fear.
An actoi in the royal Chinese theater. San Fran
cisco, named Long Yow, is paid at the rate of
&5.700 a year.
No Jest can be quite so bitter as that one which
runs laughingly along on the edge of an ugly
A chair has been invented which can be adjust
ed to over a hundred different positions. It will be
a handy piece of furniture to introduce into a
The balance-sheet of the Paris exposition foots
up some 86,000.000 on the wroDg side of the led
ger. The eXDenses are said to huvn hAAn RK (Ml .
KM) francs, and thn Kmints nniv an nnn nnn
The Buffalo Erinvxs
Tiger." An unnleasant remark mlirht h m.iriw
about the "Republican skunk," but we forbear.
Texas nanara riiwla ra flint It -frtllirfj- Vi ivivv
derdrs in Texas and go to ihe expense of trying
them, because they are almost invariably turned
loose by the jurors. But a horse-thief is lynched
on the spot.
Mr. Antharn tho not
ing new acquaintances, and so he fastens two very
"""f iiwuies w me uog s nose, leaving tne ends
projecting about an inch. When a strange dog
rushes 11 n tn "nhalio
thrust which sends him away howling.
"Dar ain't no nigger on de top side ob creation,"
said a son of Ham the other day, putting his hand
tO his hariflflp-pd hlll "nhiit fun el
put the gearin' on a klckin' mule all at de same
aTtPfl.lr tTOTfctTir nf rv n f f a Tr.Am mti.h
bigger how much broader across the shoulders than
jvurseu me oiuer man is, nor now cross he looks,
speak gently. The bigger and broader and crosser
the gentler. Hawkeye.
John T Vnr-H fona mahIiuuI . i v
Sullivan, the composer of the Pinafore muslc.dated
London. Murrth K artrnrralArlGrinf, ttw. t..w.,i ..c ..
$500 draft, in which he says: "You are the sole
manager at present wno nas offered us any ac
Knowledgment of the success of our piece in Amer
ica, and wr beer to tenripr
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When you see a young man sitting beside a much
"banged" or frizzled young lady in a r;illro;ii pjir.
or a theatre, and his arm sort of instinctively
crawls around the top of her seat in close proximi
ty to her dollar store necklace and back hair, you
may feel assured that he is not her brother. And
the chances are less than one in a hundredj-hat
they are married. Xarristmon Herald.
M 1 1 mi
Married Her Father's Coachman The Freak
of an Ex-Governor's Daughter,
Hartford (Coniu dispatches to the
New York papers state that social cir
cles in that city are much exercised ov
er the marriage 01 Miss Nellie Hub
bard, 18 years of age, youngest daughter
of ex-Gov. Richard D. Hubbard, to
Frederick Shepard, the family coach
man. Miss Hubbard has had a delight
ful home, surrounded by all the luxu
ries of life, and there has nothing ap
peared in her conduct to excite the least
suspicion that her affection was being
drawn toward the man she has chosen.
When the facts were known they pro
duced overwhelming astonishment; and
then, naturally perhaps, it was remem
bered that she had frequently driven
out alone with the coachman and had
taken horseback rides with him. The
coachman is about 30 years of age. of
good personal appearance and pleasing
manners. His parents live in Hartford,
ana are respectable eople. l'rior to a
year and a half ago, before he entered
the service of Gov. Hubbard, he was a
hackman. He is reported not to have
had many advantages in his school days,
and it is further said that Miss Hub
bard became interested in him at first
through a desire to instruct him in
ways of culture by reading, she being
an excellent scholar, and it is probable
that the intimacy was first formed
through the well-intentioned and inno
cent designs of the girl. The first that
was known of the relations existing
was on Saturday last, when the ghi
suddenly disappeared from her home.
Since then it has become known that
Shepard went to Xew Haven on Fri
day, and there waited for her to meet
him. Before he left here he told his
parents to break the news to the Hub
bard family, and on Saturday forenoon
they sent word to the house, and also
sent a marriage certificate showing that
the marriage took place in Westfield,
Mass., on March 11. The absence of
both from Hartford on that day was
not observed, because members of the
family were away, and the girl an
nounced that she was going to visit a
young lady f 1 iend in the city. Both re
turned the same afternoon, and 110 sus
picion was excited. The presentation
of the marriage certificate at the house
on Saturday gave an opportunity to con
front Miss Xellie, as she was yet at
home, and she frankly admitted all
and seemed to be perfecttly satisfied
with the course she had taken. An ef
fort was made to detain her in the
house, but by practicing a little decep
tion she managed to elude vigilance
and get away in time to take the noon
express train for New Haven, where it
is supposed her husband joined her.
The town was full of false and wick
ed rumors Monday, owing chiefly to the
fact that by mistaken judgment an
earnest effort was made to keep the
real story out of the newspapers. There
is not the slightest occasion for any re
flectiOTi tipon the girl, except that she
has made herself liable to criticism by
giving her hand to a man who is not
recognized in her circle in social life.
Ahelief prevails among those who
know him welLthat-Shepafd has been
controlled by n sincere affection and
will treat his wife loyally.
The older brother of Miss Hubbard,
some five or six year5 ago, married the
daughter of a German operative in
Colts factory. Their married life is
said to have been exceptionally happy.
Details of a Brutal Attack.
' ' Cor; Charleston News and Courier.!
4 Georgetown, S. C, March 24. An
attempt was made to assassinate one of
our peaceful citizens, Mr. S. Rembert.
on Saturday night. He left his home
at 8 o'clock for the market place where
he had fresh meat for sale ; about a half
hour afterwards he was 4iscovered ly
ing in the street insensible, and was
taken up and carried home. Mr. Rem
bert was not beyond one hundred yards
from his home when his would-be as
sassin, who was hidden from view by
the darkness of night, lying in wait un
der the large trees, came up behind him
and dealt him a tremendous blow on
the rightsideof his face, extending back
of bhe ear; wfaichtfarewhiin "to the
ground insensible, and then robbed
hi8 person of one hundred and twenty
three dollars in greenbacks. Mr. Rem
bert had about his person about five
hundred dollars, but no doubt this high
way robber supposing he had taken all
h$s victim had, and fearing Ms discov
ery, left in haste. This is a bold and
! outrageous attempt at assassination
and robbery the first we have , to re
cord irr otu"twvn for the past fourteen
Two tobacco manufacturers in Win
ston made a requisition last week for $7,
000 worth of stamps for the 1st of Mav,
the day the new revenue bill goes into
AIT ELOQUENT DISCOURSE.
Sermon of Bishop Keane, of Richmond,
' at the Dedication 0 St. Vincent's
Catholic Church, Baltimore,
Baltimore Sun, 26th.
Bishop Keane, of Richmond, then as
cended the pulpit and took the text of
his sermon from the jlst chapter of St.
Luke, which tells of the annunciation
of the Virgin Mary. -He said no words
could show the beautiful coincidence
between the consecration which had
just taken place and the festival of the
annunciation. When Mary bowed to
the message of the angel there was an
swered the prayer of preceding ages,
there was fulfilled the desire of ajl na
tions, and there came what the prophets
had sighed for forty centuries. And so
the consecration of the church was the
consummation of the prayers and la
bors of many pastors.
Around these walls many memories
clustered. He first entered the church
in 1849. In it he was baptized ; in it he
was confirmed and received his first
communion, and for years assisted in it
at the sacrifice of the mass. Some who
labored in the church then are now in
eternity, and others are scattered all
over the world. In that church he sang
the first high mass"", and the same feel
ings which he had to-day were shared
in by thousands on earth, while many
now in Heaven were looking down in
gladness on the scene. The building
had always been a holy plaee, although
with it there were degrees of holiness,
just as with the individual Christian 7
and now, when no debt is upon it and
no human hand xuld touch it, it was
consecrated to be the foot-stool of the
Most High, the sanctuary of grace and
Once there was a time when nothing
needed to be consecrated, because ev
erything was holy; man talked with his
Creator, and the" world was a temple
filled with primitive, innocence. But
sin came, men's prayers were changed
into cries for mercy, and the sacrifices
which they offered were typical of the
coming Saviour. And so the stone al
tars of the patriarchs became holy spots.
The place where Jacob saw God, the
burning bush of Moses, the tabernacle
in the wilderness and the temple of Sol
omon all were sacred. For 400 years
that temple was the sanctuary of God,
and when, after its destruction it was
rebuilt, its glory surpassed that of the
former, for the desire of all nations
came to it, and from the humanity of
the Virgin that of the Saviour was
built. Then came the crowning act of
Calvary, when the veil of the temple
was rent in twain and a new sacrifice
began. The old temple was succeeded
by new sanctuaries, seen first in the
hiding-places of Jerusalem and the cata
combs of Rome. Then, when peace
came, emperor and people vied with
each other in rearing beautiful temples.
Those old bassillicas were not merely
erected for men to pray in them, but,
like the cathedrals of the middle ages,
that they might be the dwelling place
of Jesus", the eucharistic God.
There have been temples as grand as
human genius could rear them, and as
lowly as poverty could make them, and
in all of these God has been worshipped.
When we are blessed and favored, then
it is that we would pour out all our
wealth on Him, and if objection should
be made to our acts we can simply re
fer the grumblers of to-day to Judas,
who complained of extravagance and
yet betrayed his Master. There are,
however, other dwelling places which
God hath chosen. "Ye are the temple
of God." When the Christian is in a
state of grace he becomes a sanctuary,
and when other temples have crumbled
into dust it will be immortal. It is a
terrible thing when this temple is vio
lated, and he earnestly prayed that all
who heard him might so live that at
last they would be fit to enter into the
kingdom of Heaven,
At the close of thesermon Archbishop
Gibbons said that although worn out
with his long labor of the day, he could
not refrain from congratulating the
congregation of the church on its con
secration and freedom from debt. The
rubrics for that day ordered him to
commend some prince, because at the
time the rubrics! wese iwritten things,
were different from what they were
now. Still he did not regret that condi
tions had changed, and he preferred
the present time, when the people built
and the clergy gave their love and la
bors. He trusted that those mutual re
lations might long continue, and again
congratulated the people on the liquida
tion of the church debt, thanked the
pastor for all his efforts-leading to that
end, and the Bishop of Richmond for
the sermon which he had preached.
Patient Saved by Transfusion of 31 ilt - A
North Carolina Achievement.
Correspondence Wadesboro Herald. J
Mr. Patrick -I noticed in the issue
of the Herald of week before last an
article from the Baltimore Sun. It was
from their correspondent in Dublin,
and stated that for the first time in that
city, and probably in the kingdom, the
operation of transfusion of milk into
the veins of a patient had been success
fully performed thereby two of their
I" witnessed the performance of a sim
ilar operation in our village last Janua
ry, and have been hoping that for the
sake of suffering humanity a more able
pen than mine would bring into notice
such a triumph of surgical skill. The
patient, who was one of our most es
teemed citizens, was extremely low all
hoies of recovery had been abandoned
by friends and two physicians. Dr. E.
F. Ashe, of this place, who was one of
the physicians, concluded to perform
the operation, and most successfully
was it done. Very soon signs of re
turning life were visible, and the pa
tient has recovered.
By One Present.
Wadesboro, X. C, March 24. 187P.
A Terrific Storir.
. Lancaster (S. C Ledger.
We learn that the rain storm on Sat
urday evening last was very destructive
in some sections of the county. In the
neighborhood of Camp Creek church
miles of fencing were blown level with
the ground. On the plantation of Mr.
J. II. W. Stevens, in the Waxhaws, the
storm partook somewhat of a hurri
cane, blowing down houses and twist
ing off the tops of large trees. The
track of the hurricane was from west
to east and extended only about 400
yards in width. Singular to state, yet
we are informed that no lives were lost.
Mr. John Denton was shelling corn in
his crib wThen the storm struck the
house carrying off the roof and scatter
ing the timbers in every direction, yet
he received but slight injury. A sta
ble containing two mules was leveled
to. the ground, yet the mules came out
. '.. 1
Another Savings Bank gone up! This has been
said so often of late, that people are beginning to
look for safer lnvestmerrtS WreTOurpluicaah.
Any man who has 25eatsto tavest cannot do-better
than buy a box of Mott's Liver Pills, for they
never fall always keep them in the house.
Another Homestead Decision.
Digest Copied from Raleigh News.
Earle & Co. vs. Hardie, from Cumber
land. Where a judgment was obtained in
1869, on a debt contracted in November,
1867, and execution was issued thereon
under which a homestead and personal !
property exemption was laid off to the
judgment debtor, in pursuance of sec
tions 1 and 2, article 10 of the constitu
tion of 1868, Held, that a writ of man
damus will be ordered to issue to a de
fendant sheriff compelling him to levy
upon and sell so much of the personal
property of the defendant as is in ex
cess of $500 and if there be no such ex
cess, then to levy upon and sell such
real estate owned by the defendant in
the j udgment at the time of the j udgment
and not laid ofTTib him as required in the
act of February 28th, 1867. The debt
beingcontracted after said act of 1867,
tne real estate exemption anoweci uy
that act is not unconstitutional, but it
must have been set apart as that act di
rects. As against that debt, the provis
ions of section 2. article 10 of the con-
'stitution of 1868 are void under the de
cision of Edwards vs. Kearsey in the
Supreme Court of the United States.
But section 1 of said article is not void
as against the debt, inasmuch as by the
said act of February, 1867, after which
the debt was contracted, the exemption
of personal property was more than
$?.'00 in value, and the creditor was ap
prised of the fact that the law allowed
such exemptions when the debt was
On Our Most Distant Frontiers.
As In our busiest and most populous cities ol the
seaboard and interior, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
Is pre-eminently popular. Wherever civilization
plants its foot on. this continent, thither the great
tonic soon finds Its way. Nor is this surprising, for
It is the medielne of all others best adapted to the
wants of the Western emigrant, be he miner or
agriculturist. It is an incomparable remedy for
the diseases to which he Is most subject, and which
are liable to be brought on by a change of climate,
hardship, exposure, unaccustomed air and diet,
and miasmatic atmosphere and water. Among
these are disorders of the stomach and bowels,
rheumatic ailments, and malarious fevers, for all
of which Hostetter's Bitters Is a certain specific. A
course of the Bitters before departing for the new
field of labor, or on arriving, will have the effect of
preventing the evils for which it Is snch a signal
A Kerned) that haa been Remedied.
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 benfits 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 Hypophosphites of Lime and
Soda. This Is the finest and most natural food
and medicine in the world, and wholly deprived of
its disagreeable qualities.
00lis aujtl jSiatiouirg.
CITY BOOK STORE
Mayne Reed's Novels, rt vols., !?7.50
Travels in Central Asia, by Vanilery. 4.o0
Treasure of Wit and Wisdom, 2.50
Short History of English People. iJreen. 1.75
Dictionary of Christian Antiquities. 7.50
Social Etiquette of New York, 1 vol.. cloth. 1 .00
If you want to get ;i cheap Kea'.her Duster go to
You will ulwas find something nice in the way
of Stationery at TIDDY & BRO'S.
The latest styles of Wall Paper can always be
TIPPY'S ROOK STORE.
Mabie. Todd & Go's, (iold Pens always on hand
at TIDDY'S BOOK STORE.
A beautiful Rifle (iun, made by Lamb & Son,
Jamestown, N. C. For particulars and price, apply
to CHA3. R. JONES,
marii d&w tf Observer Office.
The Bourgeoise and Million 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 tit 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 l.OOOIbs, with or
without cases. Address OBSERVER,
oct5 Charlotte. N. C.
TTNDEB and by virtue of a deed of trust execut
U 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 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 tral nod arid broken.
Terms: Cash. BERRYMAN GREEN,
By JONES & JOHNSTON, Attorneys.
mar8 oaw tds
Having purchased a nice line of Tobacco, at the
Government sale. , . . .
I am prepared to offer extra inducements tpbuy
ers. Call early. THOS. H. GAITHER.
CITY PROPERTY FOB 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 of the public square, can be ac
commodated by applying at HIS OFFICE.
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E HAVE JrST RECEIVED FRO .7 1-
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A full and complete line of wimple Goods for Spring
Wear; the styles are all new, attractive and
handsomely designed; the Goods
are all of Foreign Looms,
French. English. Scolcli unit German.
And with Increased facilities we ;tsk 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 Butterick's Fashion Plates
for spring and summer
wear as guide.
V We solicit an early call, so 'as to Vve us
lime before a rush of manufacture.
BERWANGER & 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
Children's Suits. '
AN EXCITING BOOK. 20,000 SOLI) !
The '-Wild Adventures'' and "Triumphs" of
ST A NLEY- BJ - AFRICA
This only authentic and copyrighted cheap edition
is selling faster than any other book in America.
Gives a full history of his ' Down the Congo."
AGENTS WANTED. For full particulars and
terms address HUBBARD BROS., ubs., Philadel
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3 Beekman St., near New Post-Offlee, New York.
KEW RICH BLOOD!
Parson's Purgative PTBs make new Rich Blood,
and will completely chaege the blood in the enUre
system in three months.; Any person who will take
one pill each night from 1 to 12 weeks may be re
stored to sound nealth, if such a thing be possible.
Sent by mail for 8 letter .stamps. I. a JOHMSON
Jt CO., Bangor, Me. t!
LAME BACK. .
Is for lameness or weakness of the back, Rheuma
tism and all local aches, and pains, the best reme
dy known. It was invented to overcome the slow
action of the ordinary Porous Plasters. It relieves
pain at once, and cures where other plasters will
not even relieve. Sold: everywhere by Prugglsts,
price 25 cents.
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ACUTE OR CHRONIC
A - Lr I d Y t i I C
Manufactured only under the above Trade-Mark
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO. ,
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
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 95 cures out of 100 cases within three
riTs. Kiret The onl.v dlssolver of the DOisonous
Uric Acid which exists in tne Blood of Rheumatic
and Gouty Patients. $1,00 a box, 6 boxes for
$0 00. Sent to any address on receipt of price.
Endorsed by physicians. Sold by all druggists. Ad
dress WA&tUJUttni!. a w.,
nov7 Only Importers' Depot. 23 Cllff-st, , N. Y.
For sale by J. H. McADEN, Druggists,
feb 18 ly. Charlotte, N. C
Guaranteed to be
TWENTY YEARS OLD,
AT CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON.
; bTAND XOT
A M A Z E D ,
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 furtneV'orders. Soups, Salads,
etc etc, all free. mar9
F. C. MUNZLER,
DEALER In Lager Beer, Ale and Porter; bottled
beer a specialty. Bottled beer dellyered to
any part ef the city free of charge at OTtE DOL
LAR PER DOZEN. '
Lager Beer is healthy and an excellent appetizer
and recommended by all good physicians to per-
sons In delicate health. - m
f All orders left at John Vogel'a tailor shop will re
ceive prompt attention,
We have this day opened a handsome Hue of
Summer Silks In Plain Colors and Hair Strijws, to
which we call your special attention.
They are good and cheap, and it will be well for
you to see them early.
WFTTKOWSKY A BARUOH.
CLOTHING! CLOTHINp I
W. KAUFMAN A CO'S.
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
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WE HAVE EVER OFFERED,
Conslslingof the usual variety of MEN S. BOY.
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
ah to oitk is thai our friends and customers
will give us a call, as it will be to your interest, ana
you will save from fifteen t. twenty per cent, p"
your purchases. W. KAUFMAN A CO.,
Springs Corner, Charlotte, N. C.
rpHE WORLD'S STANDARD.
fFor Sale Also, . tai
LPATfeNT ALARM MONEY DRAWERS"!
Coffee Mills, Spice Mills, and Store Fixture tBene
. The Improved Type Writer.
Osdllatmg Primp Co'tPumpp. j
i . -y
- end for Circulars. '
FAIRBANKS 4 CO.,
811 Broadway, Mew York
0T For sale by Leading Hardware Dealers
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