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' gVKSORlTTIOX RATES:
XTo bren t?orouglly tmppLiecl with every pei4
wmt, and with the Latest Style of Type, and every
manner QfJob Wort can now be done toilA neatneti, -diwpateh
and cAoapness. .Ftean rvrmtA, cl tfAait -
LETTER-HEADS, CARDS, :
'. PAMPHLETS. CIRCULARS, CHECKS, IC.,
... 2 00
, ...t ;l
WEEKLY EDITION :
Hfettv. (J Oe omM if . 4 . t. .X , . 2 00
Outfth.mty,podpaid........ ....... 2 10
gixMoniht I 00
Of liberal Seduction Jar CM. .v. ti :
CHARLOTTE, N. C, SATURDAY, MAY; 17,1 1879.
4." - .
ladles pqy4C motoMl ttftUpibitllaa wOl
ruid ttobest aawrtroent tte lowest price at I
ELIAS & COUEN'S.
Thei wltt aim find other good to qlt them bpon
hich they can save money. Our stock ot Fancy
js now complete, among which may be found a
ia) supply of House Furnishing Goods Sheeting
and Pillow Casings In Linen and Cotton, linen I
Table Damask In White, Slate, Bed and Yellow;
NaDklns,Doylas i and Towels to twtj yartetyCar
pets, Bugs, MatUnyp and OU Cloths.
Our stock of Embroidery and Trimmings Is large,
and will be found wry cheap.. So will our stock of
HOSIERY. GLOVBS; HANDXIBCHWilcOBr
SETS. FANS AND TIES.
Aak to Bee our Ten Cents Linen Cambric Hand
kerchief and $2 8un Umbrellas.' Ton will find
them cheap, and ererrthmg else In proporffon.
Call and see us. It will pay yon.
ELLAS ft COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
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PARLOB AND CHAMBER SUITS 1 , ,
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS I ' .
jy!- o? tip'hii VJTf 'TUi! ifVfj, iii-SJ" '-:-i--
tr COFFINS of all kinds on hand. .
fio. 5 Wrr Tradk Strkkt.
CHARLOTTE, N. Cf
fa?-Ladies' and Gentlemen's Burial Bobes-
tine supply. '
KKV U U RRR NN N n
K (J UR SHI N II
y IT U RRR RUN II
U UR RSHK II
V V RRR KKB
IT V R E i
U ' U RRR KB
U UR RB
UU B . KN HN II
R. (i. BO(jERS' WABEROOMS,
Nkxt to PofeTorncK.
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Ky Siock Is very Laf.i and embraces a Full
JfittLOKrCnAMBEU WN1NG BOO'- r
tS" in Goods Tacked Free of jCharge
5 rtj Gaads loltxiti0r &jc
v ' ti W lTe ut received a handsome lot ot
; BOTH'TKIMMKD AND TJNTEDIMED.
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The Newest Shapes Out ' Call and See Them.' ;
v : i j'Hii.i.iv.'i.
t i " is iV.it tiOsS tO'j.'.-
aLso a. new5 torror-
Dress Linens in Raid and Uomle Patterns; Silk
Grenadines In Black and Colors. ; '
, . ..
, 4 NEW. LINE OF
LISLE, LACE AND KID GLOVES AND MITTS.
Be sure and look at our
x! . AND
CALL AND SEE OUR MARSEILLES QUILTS.
T. L. SEIGLE A CO.,
Opp. Charlotte-Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C
-O U R-
5 CENT COUNTER
HAS BEEN REPLENISHED WITH AN ENTIRE
MUCH MORE USEFUL AND ATTRACTIVE-
"THAN OUR FIRST ASSORTMENT.
evertbodt should call at once TO
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, . .ALSO A FULL- LINE -OF-
"IV T r "I l j jT C,!li " '
SHOES: OF ALL: KINDS, HATS. AC.,
week; all through our entire ;toekVy;'f
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rfiw an nmnit mi tn include the latest
to Metfgy Youth's. Boy oA Children's a
' We Invite public Inspection, and w are t
thSS &Qa?arf prTcet'ive-r,
r.V""! "'' iX rT -
oo Lt oVo-irlfS gig a cept it, not to pamjerrt for. past kind- Q outeiaeof th workingmen's party;
fl'nf'o'o'S'JSS.KNW ness for that be couidrnervex repay- His declaration is a ?ray ofhope,as
rrri. nAv.v s fi ii if nn ' flooi riiitirnni Rsvanft anosmau souvenir
t A T rP ' JTTOt - deep feeling. : litis said that -;
Ci.lvJiXCt . vifiv'ti i r foreives an enemy
CLUE m3BEL SUITS j
cheaper tlion feae
Including the best makes In the country. There
" i fH in ,ir atvk a. omrlPe line Of
fine 1 -t. i. J aad fc.raw Ixats. and auy kind of
Ge"'inen's Furnishing Goods,.- Don't purcnaiie
fctw.e yyu ex-..ie our stock, as tue ciedpeat .
?.billv.EiurrAco.'a, . ,
tp-'r ' . . na .... r.
. . . corner ixwe ani rjwi s.-?.,
CharlotW; N. C
ffiSfiWCTf "J ttf are raJn tat gJS the8Chinama
. eDresent this season to the consumer a One Uhev serve to showthe -better side, of 1- ;n r-rinnnoaHoTti
The Bardsr aai the Eiitor. J
- . T i; t , Hawkeye. J , ' , , ,
t '4 -I tl - GLACI3. ,
J 1 burglar climbed Into an editor's room,
Needy and poor was he;
,' And he saw in the dim, uncertain gloom,
With legs as long as the stem of a broom,'1 .
A pair of trousers: Til lust freeze to 'em,"
He chuckled, with fiendish glee.
' ',.'. .8CABP, , '
'' He lifted them np from the back of the chair;
, - Lightly they hung on his arm;
."They were the editor's only pair, - .
Thinner than eossamer everywhere: '
Oh, but the knees were worn and bare;
u uw ne were wum wu umo, : i
Good clothes-when the weather Is warm,
, OOUMTKB SCABP. .
' All over the room he aearehed to vain;
There was no more to find; -
There was no sign of sordid gain, -- -
No passing drops from a golden rain. ,
. Only the wealth of a sleeper's brain.
The peace of the editor's mind.
,- . ' P1BAPXT. ,
He turned his back on that happy home.
Though fully hefting those pants;
Out of the window he cautiously dome;
He emptied the pockets a broken comb, ,
A stub of a pencil, a manuscript poern ......
Answered his searching glance.
" BAHPABT. ,
He started; the tears flashed into his eyes.
He leaned up against the fence;
A look of pitying, mute surprise
Softened his face; he stifled his cries.
He looked at his swag, and measured its size,
Value about nine cents.
' : ; '. TEBBXPIXIH.
Into his pockets, his own, he went,
" And he dragged out a ten dollar bill ;
And he hastily crammed it, every cent,
Into the editor's pockets, and bent
The trousers into a wad and sent
- Them over the window-sill.
Then on to a wealthier house he sped,
"'Twas a charity well bestowed."
He said to himself, and when night had fled,
And the editor rose from his virtuous bed
And found the money, he whistled and said,
"Well, I am essentially Mowed?' -
A voune man In Nebraska sent an offer of mar-1
rlage to a girl in Iowa whom he fancied, and ln re-
ply received this telegram: "Come on with your
Some of the negroes who emigrated to Kansas
will certainly have an opportunity to grow up with
c?umu.?eyhave alnaaj 1)6611 DlanteL-
Let the dogs bark, but confound them, says the
Boeton Transcript, they shan't do all the growUng
-not if the forw odd minions of people ln these
United states know themselves.
It is an editor with modesty the most intense in
the land who writes the toUowing: "Tiring of 1
their Lydla Thompson appearance, the maple trees
are going down In their trunks for their spring and
liUWUH iiavo uBUsrwraneu nu uiwu uutuik tuc
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oast twenty-five years that circuses are now oblig
ed to employ four of these stale Jesters to make up
the deficiency. Nor. Her.
The Patterson Prem savs: If you happen to
come across a red-headed man six feet high,
a good citizen. It is Red Leary.
An ethereal maiden called Maud
Was suspected of being a fraud.
Scarce a crumb was she able
T' eat at the table
But in the back pantry OLawd!
At an evening party one iaay was maKmg an asp
of herself ln the matter of another, of wnomshe
Raid hemnti that there wasn't such another ln
the city for everything that was unladylike or un-
are coming next week, mother thinks you'd better
stay away, Decause your, longnairana irecuea
Bu' Sonld"""1 TvomiisTtart
The Odd Fellows.
Fayettevilte Cor. Raleigh Observer, 13th.)
The Grand Encampment, met to-day
witn Quite a trooa atcenaance, ana ar-
ter electing ; the toiiowing omcers tor
th ensutosf year, adjourned to convene
I in the plaoe selected for the meeting of
tne urana.xiuugB ucAt jsxay .
E. Hubbs, of Newbern, Most Worthy
Grand Patriarch. V V
.liC. Howlet, of Greensboro, Grand
Hiirh Priests ; , :
, . IL T.- Clawson, of Raleigh, Grand Sen
ior waraeiu - ' - : '-
tu J.. y ones, of Wilmington wana
Scribe and Treasurer: .. : ' ','1- '
JTJ.iBarefoot. of iWilson, Grand Jun-
ioV.Wardeiv k J-C . ? i O J
The following were the appoint-
ments: r r :t: tT :
Henry Porter, Raleigh, Grand Senti-
nelVj : ? r . , . , - , f ? j
I .TMnlW mnArii an i ton 1 A TPll lirii S
T...n wsi m;n nnr, .
Pine Encampment, No.' 8, D.G. Mc-
Rae Fayette ville.
Calumet, No. 4, S.K. Eaton, Newbern.
Talula, No. 8, D. B. Bradford, Eliza-
Paislev. No. 10. Ed..Pennington, Tar-
boro. i ' 1
Rowanj No.' 14i Theo. F. Kluttz, balis-
McKee, No. 15, W. B. Hutchings, ltai-
ei", tt -r, tt t wt
Wilson, No. 10, W. P. Wooten, Wil-
son. - .
Rocky Mount,. No. 19, D. K. Styles,
Salem, No: 20, 11. Shultz, Salem,
fiatawba River. No. 21, Thos. Led-
Bemar table Instance of Gratitude.
raiwitliAni HimA 1 .... . ' V
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poor, unletrMlrjsh, boy came to this
country, and drifted to Chapel Hill, to
this State! He 4ki not have a inena or
B. Jones, of ttos lcityho was then
practicing medicine at Chapel Mill, in-
terested himself In behalf of the youn
TrishHian.laad Droctirea-;for:him some
work, and subsequwtljpb
IfWJjiWJ. at?G ijuicaioj
New York, inclosing him a cnecK lor
t one liuijuiou uwnaia,
of his gratitude and esteem,-: The letter
-rt i inotoa that. riahas never receivea
taFucatioTir but tnerB-isa rugged
ktodof eloquenceto-thewordtog that
i makes it full -oi genuine pamos anu
wivj . - -ii,-i i.T,A
human nature, and teach that there are
never dreamea oi Derore.. ,:r
: ' rwashlngton Bepubllcan.1 -U- - 4
,J'The latest removals in the- ofSces 4 of
the Senate are Timothy Griffith and,Z.
Moses.' Mr. Moses has, held an office at
the capitol for. many, years, among otn
ers that of secretary to the Vice-President
at the period of the electoral count
U is undsrgtood that he is to be suc
ceeded by -Confederate fm North:
Carolina, ' - -
VtZ reinbexihiafriend.;- Suchevidenees TOlinrirrH; S
SOUTH CAUCUS! ITEMS.
- Trifl fionvention'r of -the Protestant
iPiscopal i Cmircu or me aiocese or l
church. Greenville YVednesdav. Bishop
E. W. B. Howe, presiding. The Rev,
John Johnson, Of Charleston, preached
tne opening sermon, xvev. j . u. jvicyoi-1
lougu was re-oicuiwi. dccxcwiij ouu xvcy.
The GreenvilldVew savs that on the
night of the lStli, while a party of men;
wp.re on a fishmir frolic at Greers Star
A .. t:sia,,j i
tion, on the Air-f.ine Kaiiroaa, a Gim-;
cultv occurrea uetween two or inenum- i
Der, Jason uannoii auu tiojin iempy,
in WniCn MM lattci vvaopaiui.uujr uuii Jm
the side with a knife and slightly wound
ed bv a Distol shot the ball passing just
under tne sRin oi xiie ueau. ... , , . . - if ru.. ,
Tlie '0ttrter"saJS:'last Wednesday a to shape and style retains its hold in popular favor. Iti lengttt is. a UtOe lpnget than last season, audit is one ot the most useful among the gar
Httle son of Capt. 1. J. Griffith, of Sum- menu of a gentleman's wardrobe. The materials are French Castings, Granites and various patterns of English Worsteds. ,': . . . . ,
mit, was eating Jiinders, and,' while" r Our Pants stock Is complete', with every Novelty In fabrics, and the shapes axe perfect InourHat department we invite the Inspection of the most out
playing, fell, choting and stranglingi Uvated tastes, and in fine Felts and Straw Goods we are confident of universal approval. 4 ,. r i -- r
He, however, soon Appeared, to be bet- : , . our Neck Wear assortment is almost unlimited in devices of shaded aud styles, but boasts particularly upon the very recent introduction of the TJnlver
ter. and notiijjigeriQiis was appre- , it,. ic,t ; -
hended, Jmt as a difficulty to his breath- T
mg was very noticeaDie, nis iatner naa
examined a physician who found
a piece of pindernad lodged in one
that a niece of pinde
of the boy's bronchial tubes, and that a
surgical operation wouia do necessary.
Datrolt Free Presil
A sanitary policeman, who was view
ing back yards on Hasting street yester
day, came across a woman who seemed
to have been at some vigorous work, be
ing out of breath! and red in the face.
He thought it his duty to lean over the
gate and ask her if there had been a
row in the house, and for answer she
beckoned him follow her into the back
yard, and there pointed to about fifty
square teet ot oia cans ana Doniea
which had been thrown oyer the line
fence by a neighbor.
T1-. -la a. hiimincr ahamn f "and t.liftv
4.x v i.J?i,in:tt,n 5
Ml ' U,UUTO ""c 111
dlgnant Ofhcer. - ' i
"Don't you arrest nobody," was her
cool reply. These things were flung
over here last night, and for the last
fourhoura I have been hard at work
... t fi,
npv, offiopr looked He counted two
j !i o Vol l hori oT ri rZ
dead cats, a dead hen, an - old mattress,
a bushel of old boots and shoes, four
broken jugs, two old coats, three hoop
skirts and a dozen of used up tin aisnes,
ail(i four tow-headed children with tale
. irairin for further dRVffion-
a Marvelous Escape,
I At Cincinnati last Sundav afour-vear
old bov wno was leaning Out of the
a tenement house, lost
ms Daiance ana siartea wnirung uowu
toward the brick pavement, fifty feet
below. On the porch of the third story,
immediately below him, stood a little
girl ten years old, the daughter of one
nf tho iwiirionta of t.har. floor. - SlVift saw
th y .m:n(r ,,nft yiv an instinct, or
tne mY coming, ana dv an instinct or
I purpose which amounted to heroism,
nut ont her arm totrv to save the bov.
She did catch him at the risk of being
a weight but her ajruaa tost strong
enough to turn the course of his fall, SO:
that he landed at Her feet on tne floor
of the third porch. His head Struck the
bahSffi Win flXon hte
injured, but his life was saved. The
little crirl's arm wslamed, but not bro-
ken. She said she saw him coming, and
I lust thoueht she might save him if she
wouia put out ner arm, ana sne aia ic
"Don't Put it to the Paper."
rCinctonati Saturday Night.
"Ferheaven's sake! don't let it get
into'tWe Tmners" is the first crv of a per-:
son earrgnt in a mean scrape. Keep it
out of Ihe naners and it is all right,
matter Wow conterhftible or dishonest
the'position may; bidfi'how; much rea-
1 remorse and eontrit&?lf the circum-
stuncM Wn lriivtt.ronv thfr!McormQ-
rantof the oress. a35pthe-neonle who"
have aood reason to be afraid of news-
Tfaner renortera sometimes call them, he
feta-anhuil .anJliaDDv. .We. are no
I chanrpionfor 'thataaextreme license of
J thajmaat haft fatronrHAtlmM iliimllvM .
i crv ont tne louafisc.'airainsc . xtewspa
disclosures are igeaUFosemhosei
own ures ana aras-T ouiii uuu uoai
close mspection; People who liveclean,
straightforward; hves have little to f ear
from the newspapers.1 i:fi r '
One of Lincoln' Littler tori&X' Reply Given
t0 a Cemplaintog Deleat4m.frtto thfrWes:.
-Gentlemen, suppose all the propert
you: were wortt iwaa in s gow, ana ye
nad rmt it to the -hands of Blondin t
I carrvacro8stheNiaffarafallsona tieh
rope, WOuld you Shake the rope while
De was passing over or seep snouwng
to mm, jBionain, stoop a mwe more ; gu
a little f aster fNo . I am sure you
would not. rtYpu would hold your bream
as well as your tongue, and keep your
hands.: off .until he was safely over.
Now. the- government -is in the same
I -i I ' ' .
1 sures are to its hands; it is doing the
1 best it can ; don't badger it ; keep silent,
and it will get you salely over."
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KMraey Triumph Shorts
. v tjJ ,v t,cni f r.;fYMi f s '
.i FranciscoCalispatcii stated
ir,moo 0ii,roi himif of a
harangue on the sand lot Moii;
day last, to whichJie denounced several
l iatg affiliation wilh.thenvj He is
tit nnv AmnMKnnwiiii thn
1 political uummers, as ne- cauea everyr
hs p; tikU& tuat Ws triumph
"r- w ,T.T,.-' t
,4 ,rf .eMnarr
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robbed a fotmersmploror i
to th4t lty
r sion ana-iaeni.ineu.'k-vu wems uuwb
1 th& h Mor Jin Kee said
d ,fc e how"rauch 'man" punishes
me; I have confidence to the lkrd, and,
T think mv trouble now is a- visitation
from Him to give me; perhaps,- a better
r.hanpft for study, as. he. knows that I
h:tve not; the means to, edueate. myself
Td all who are snUerlr? from the errors and In-
discretions of yo":h,- nrvc.? weakness, early aej
cay, loss of ma- c o.-, I vT.l send a rec:pe that
will cure you, Ci? CHANGE. This great
remedy vns t covered by a missionary in
South Africa." S- -"d a self-addressed envelopes
to the REV. JOSSPM T. IN MAN, Station D, New
York Cijy. ""- , -
Jan25 . . -
as standard authority in the fashionable world. Our
tenigent leaders thai tlwtnfornuUon gi
; Several changes have taken place, both tat shape
ln Spring Garrnents u new ; , ,
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K has aamiKm among those who prefer new
, . . . . . . ... ;. r. .
ance ana cut irom uneTiots oi tne newest designs. - - uuh1 . :t: - ...r..-;.-.. .
f . , . -,,itfcMw, - in -i.m-itn nrt
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counters only reliable and standard goods, and in the rapid Increase of our business we are assured of the puttie's appreciation,
We tovlte the attention of all, both far and near, and their advantages win be the same, for we wni send goods to any section oi
of inspection before payment of MU.
COME AND SEE
THE FINEST LOT OF CLOTHING
Ever shown in this city. Remember that we are the rulm in ,rBT. Low Prices for Fine Clothing. ! . ...
April 22, 1879. ' L, BERWANGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
Via Steamers to Portsmouth',
' 1 j est Possible ;ilme to' all
"' imATAGE, NO COMMIsko
Mrk Goods" plainly via Seatoard A
We have this d ly adde 1 to our stock!alsplendid
I BM fefBaill llj? lit
Also, an excellent lot of BL iCK GRENADINES,
j from 20c. to $1.25; and a general line of new an
jg j) Qooda at the most reasonable
A Special lot of
Dress aud Triiamiugdill(s.j
: -.-I -" ,.; 5 - -..i-; J--i
-i Na' Ui!u2i la HOSIERY -AND GL0VB.-:v:i
1." --j - ' ,i '. ;
Art eaiiy Inipectloaof t&Jabova"via.b3lto your
f'j tou wmin4-"ouf atoa'otPKING AN'd'SUM-
MEB CLOTHING the most complete, tobn mar
tet'al Our walI-knowa,tod.popdla jfow prices.-'
. WITTKOWSKY & BABUCH.
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relations to, and dealings with the public, and the
and pattern, of fabrics in Men's Garments, of which
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WEST? END SACK.
shapes and Ideas I astead of adhering to the old time-worn
. , . . .
uwnU,uyUV. ... .v., - -
PRINCE ALBERT FROCK,
wni 'onlv assert' "nmness in this season's selections. Our enorts have been to place upon our
i.-rz .1 .rx.i
E. D. LATTA
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Ta;and:thenB all Rail and Through Cars, Enabling; Quick-
T. T. SMITH, Agent
' F. W". CLARK, General
ICE ! ICE !
: AT THE SAME OLD STAND,
Where I am prepared to furnish a superior quality
to all whq may. want Ice. : Ify cart will also make
daily deliveries at places of business or private
residences. Orders given the driver, addressed to
me through B0. Box: 153, or delivered to me it
office on lot of Rock Island Factory, will receive
prompt attention.. ; i : ,
Customers who. begin with me will be supplied
the entire seasea at the following figures: -
In quantities fess than 5 lbs.,! 2c. per lb.
" -604bs.1 llaperlb.
, , . ,of SOlbs-andnP. s lc- "
The ahwvngojlsrfee'samey; which Ice has
been sold for the las two- seasons, when I had
competition; and as I have unsurpassed facilities
to conduct the business- on A legitimate principle,
consumers will consultthelr Interest by giving me
atrial . . 4 . . , ..''
Ice for shipping In any quantity carefully packed
and forwarded with dispatch. ' --
Thankful for you patronage ln the past, I re
spectfully ask a continuance of the same.
Ti T .o! .k. - J. T. ANTHONY.
TOP AT THE
' "Salisbury, N.C.. ..
is C. S. BaOWH, Proprietor, : "
,'. , r Late "of I ttVSatioW Hol Balelgh.
C. & Brown, Jr.1, Chief Clerk; W. O. Shelbum As
.ij-v'. 'M Jf.-lSf Slstant. t c 'I
deoSO vi- . : . ; . - v
The undersigned la now prepared to UU all orders
tor every class of TJndertkklhg., . Having on hand
Ml assortment of '
COFFINS CASKETS. ANpt BURIAL. CASES,;;
" . Both Wood and Metallc. :'
, j j O 'I f , J ' ,
4 t i" l I ' S I4 i ' '
. . - ; : jpiDCta as low as ast . : ,
. s3v-'HearseV'''niiTieif."de9tred-l:':- ,1 .'
-l.j S. .-T4-t: ' i'.' - ' (,' -. v. .. .-' -.- .- '
fit" 'l. Ai' '-.'
Foniiture .W ie very Descriptlen Repaired at'sher
.hi-:hm 1. S:noti "" 3J ' :
i .u.f -!-'. .v. t W. IL WTJtHELM, '
&h t,,;!with G Bpgers, Tde Stree'uiiL
"4 1ane20(.Tf: -'- ' 4 - ; - ,
t Bottled- LagcrDccr,
,1? r'u: AIB AND POSTER,'. i
"Is corner Trade 'and Boundary' Avenue, delivered
to any part of the city, free bf chargq. for. simi per
" vJ.; v--4 ' .-j F C. MUNZLEBL
ESAttorders left at John VogeTs tailor shop will re-
celve'pTomptl-ittentSdrj. tv-.J itf rj
general standing ot our house, will assure an to
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special mention wlU be made. The latest de-
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styles" ot the past-Very stylish to appear
-.. ' . . .; , .
.fnl hnnearance. are made up in etery Tariety
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.mm. MMM4.m. , t .1, ;
on approval, with privilege
& BROThe People's Clotheirs.
O. C. Railway, Chailotte, N. 0.
Freight Agent, ;i) ::i
CITY BOOK STORE,
A well selected Stock of ' ' ;, ; r
WRITING PAPE :
Including Note, Letter, Sermon, Legal and Fools
cap, which theypropose to sell cheap for cash. :
. Also French Paper of every description, with EnJ
velopes to match. - " -...
Also Paper In boxes, to suit the most fastidious.
SOCIAL ETIQUETTE OF NEW YOBKV
LA standard treatise upon the laws of good society
n New York. :
Congress Tie Envelopes; a new lot Just received.
Edward Todd t Co.'s Celebrated - '
RUBBER, PENS, :
A Pen by some considered superior to a Gold Pen
TIDDY & BRO. are also agents for Emerson
Celebrated Bubber .'
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and any orders given them will receive prompt at
tentlon. - -
E. BUrTEaiOK CO.'S METROPOLITAN ;
FASHIONS, 1 r:
For May, 1879, Just received at ,
. : u h 1 ;TIDDt 4 BBO'i;
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CASH PAID FOB BAGS.
n. O. HAXWKU..
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t mil : , Auctioneer.
' Tl TAX WELL & HABBIS0X7 1
' Buy and sell on consignment all kinds of
... . - .
MERCHANDISE AND COUNTEY PRODUCE; -r
4 i--wm give strict personal ! - , ;" J
- attention to all business entrusted to our cnre...T
;.'ijLV- Four doors above Charlotte Hotel. Vi -i '
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10QQ FEE SIMPLE DEEDS, i..,
" M0ST APPBOVED FORM. ?; ; Tr.
il Just Printed and For Sale at the vf , .
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