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r TK& OBSSYM& JOB DgPAHTMBMT
Mai "been tMtviigTUy tvrmlied viiCh every htedtd
svBscniPTiojr rates i
Daily, one year, ( pomVpaidy tn mivtmee.
Six Months. .... ..... ..... . ... ... ..
E I r I
wont, ana wan in uam xiyiet crxvpt. ana auery
manner qfjoo norKcannaro oeaomvnuw
0t M win
dispatch and cheapness. Wt can tumUh, at A
.nut no noi j
UHLHRH, MLL-RKlbS, - 7
TAGS. RECEIPTS, P08TEX8,
:, iHl r;i-x PS06MAMXE8, HAID-BILLS.
, WEEKLY EDITION : : .
Wv.'(in the county)
Out cftto county, postpaid. a-iV j.i,2 10
Six Monti . . UlfP.W. 00
jgf- JXbernL Redttctiontfor CUti. ;
-:lf s it. i
(Jf it' ti';
NOi 3i207 V
iff .-li? 3i i
Tirr, i. ! l r- '.i..." :.t
"8t. Lees's Toast."
i 1 1 1
A II; H
J I I N 1
f i i -1 i
A 4SH h fHM-l''
Ladles buying ParasoMaft Mi Ujab
ELIAS & COHEN'S.
They will also find other goods to suit them upon
which tbeysoy.burtlck of Fancy
and Staple fCitlAlt
Is now wetj among tf hk Q may be found a
full supp o4f'iT9'n Goods, Sheeting
and fallow Casings In Linen and Cotton, Linen
Table Damask In White, Slate, Bed and Yeflowj
Napkiii3iDoylas aadfl'owels In" every variety; Car-
ur stock of Embroidery and Trimmings Is large,
and will be found very cheap. So will our stock of
Ask to see our Ten Cents Linen Cambric Handj
Kerchief and $2 Sun Umbrellas. You will tod
them cheap, and everything else In proportion
Call and see us. It will pay you.
)? 'A . i . i iMs.i !CQHiN.
T CBGES9 OTtOLSr . . ' :
WHOLESALE. AND EETATL
Y ;i -
; DKALKH IN
ALL KINDS OF
I 5 if
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEwSTKADti !
i t J
LOUNGES I , , i f
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
lr- COFFINS of all kinds on hand. Si
COFFINS of all kinds on hand. .
Xx Wtbt Tbadk Strkkt.
mkKU&iFTf N. C.
Ladies' and Gentljsea's Burial1 Bx)tJ
VYV URRia'tfN 'VttTTtTU URRR
- U UR HHH J.U,
T TT TT Tt B.
JtF U I- TXKRR.'
V UK KN NN II
ri . . .. . . ;a3HTOH a.fsr ;
. . .: r . . . . J : . .bmm.i'n Ytitedi I
. t -
f My. stock is very Lar. and emhTaeAFUi4ne of
CARLOU, CHAMBER, DINING BOO
f -st jM s .J , a .a. 1 - ' '" " "
' . - - -
All Goods Packed Free of Charge I ; ,
5 s S fe
: it I i
a )ivv vzn :nn
We have raoelved another lot of handsome
rffilaji. aeejsulteiirrilakli Jxtltps. Also
a large line of Ladles' and Gents'
in all qualltles. 'Those In ' heed of such art article-
wlD de well to canon us before purchasing. Da
not fall to see our large stock of
f-nf.d ft j;
Fancy Dress Goods.
(i IT 11 r)Ml ;
BoA irlrrimed and untrimmed, at grrtitly reduced
II! II H
' iriiimer CasslniiM M
' M AND WHITE' ! US
Speplar&jsyion tfveft to orders.
i .X. L. SEIGLE A CO.,
. - f 1 m r
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C
s ' , r r ii
Junel. i I
W. KAUFMAN A CO. :
We have made the experiment of purchasing a
stock so complete as to include the latest novelties
In Men's, Youth's. Boy's and Children's
VOO L OO TTTT H H II NN N GGG
O OL O O T H H II NK N G G
O L O O T HHHIINNN G
We invite public Inspection, and we are at all
times ready to give quotation of prices. Every
tent wnicn is soia at our nouse is warranieu w
as represented, and in price less than can be
bought elsewhere. We continue to sell
BLUE FLANNEL SUITS
Cheaper than any other house, as we did the past
season, and they have gained the reputation of be
ing the best in the marke-.
we present this season to the consumer a fine
Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
Including the best makes In the country. There
can also be found in our stock a complete line of
tine Felt, Stiff and Straw Hats, and any kind of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Don't purchase
before you examine our stock, as the cheapest
' ' BARGAINS
Can be had at
W.KAUFMAN ACO.'8 '"
hic-Comer Trule and Tryon Sts
Charlotte. N. C.
AGENTS WANTED for the best and fastest
sellhiar .Pictorial Books and Bibles. Prices
reduced Srpl fcitl NaMOjab Publishing Co.
PhlladelphlatPa. " x
lays me ioudqouuu iut buubuuiuoi iuuiuw j
week, and pays an Immense percentage of profits
by the new capitalization System of operating In
oiAMfL -14 lit I AmanaiKin lit i auuucatiiuu w auoiuo.
Illustrated Catalogue of
4dWfe GjreatTfeseftf Cft Worka, Pytburg, Pa.-
SMthatea'pllrJlf liefword C-A-P-C-I-N-
cut through It, and Insist on having no other. Ask
rtn mii uM nii?ht from l tola weeks X
Bftnui to nnruiipalth. it such a thlnK DO possible.
Bent bf maQ fo8 letter stamps. L i
A CO., Bangor,
Tnaiiia or nleasure seekers." who deslre'to
annrt.afAw,wks, ci4b, riptf.wefrther in a most
iMiro(Milty. are informed that the
i,r. tvri tivthTvBhJi.it,ftunatedi36a thcr Spar-
lauDurg ana asubviiio iuuiivau ri; w a jh4.
gnartanDurg. oniy a xew mues irum
HendersonvUle. Imroelightrui cumaie, ana sr
mnnded bv snlendid mountain scenery, few placer
'.' f ' ' ; aICGMeUARONI,
Before eacn-eeger guest;. ; .-;;-i
deeD as when the herald's call
Tmills in the loyal breast.
IthM nnkU Knot .
And smying cried. "A toast! a toasth ', ,
' To all bur ladlesf air . ' : 1
Bere, before all,-1 pledge the name ' -rl
Of Staunton's proud and beauteous dame
The Lady Gtundamere."
Then to his feet each gallant sprung,
And Joyous-was the shout that rung.
As Stanley gave the word ;
- And every cup was. raised on high,, , .
, . Nor ceased the loud.amj gladsome cry,
Till Stanley's voice was neard.-
- iclijsJ.j I iiU I
"Enough, enoish," he smiling said
; ao4 lowly bent bis haughty head; ,
"f bat aU may have their due; " '
- Now each to turn may play Mb pa -.
And pledge the lady of his heart,
Like gallant knight and true.' ; ... . , ..
Then onTOc(hertrstehfOretprang up,
i 'And dndaedhrttarhtthe. DTiirtmln&cPrt n
And named Que laved one's name;
, And. each as hand on high he raised. v
'. 'Ifls fcidyys grace ad beauty prkfeed-,' -
i . Her ooasia&oy and.feuue '! : .
Tis now SL Leon's fuih to' rise:
t Myw krei flTed thftRR countless eyes: 1 '
i" uBMnwntknlithtlshe: i i
HjEtMe4brsom0,adnired byall, ,
Far famed in lady's bower and hau .
The flower of chivalry. ' ' ' '
St Leon raised his.
Ana lifts ihe sparkling cun
con on high;
Inki one,J' he sairf,
l ;'WlMe( image never, may depart,
en in tms graterui ni
in this grateful heart,
memory be deadf
- ''Toione whose lovefei me will last ,
. When lfehfer passions long have past
' ' So hbry t is and true;
''i:T one whose love hath longer dwelt,
, . More deeply fixed more keenly felt, . ,
Tjian anjr pledged by you,"
: ' Each guest upstarted at the word,
?f- AadlHid a band upon his sword,
With fury flashing eye;
And Stanley said: "We crave the name.
Proud knight of this most peerless dame,
. . Whose love you count so high."
St. Leon paused, as if he would
Not breathe her name in careless mood,
Thus lightly to another; , .
Then bent his noble head, as though (
To give that name the reverence due,
And gently said: ' My mother!!'
The i warm fllrtlnir season ..flDDroachea when
oeauty.muat keep lta powaer ary. xeqyune
i:1ILa'a riCan An nnt la tTitrti- fiAnTfff"Wt. tHtt 1 ftftt
V.'i ff"1."" uuui uiejr are aiuc iuo uiiu3 mu,uvn w
steppea.on. - jwayttne. , . t ,
E Perkins hai irone to the Indian territory.
ThA linhtanut mn now have a chance to do some
thing for the good of the country. xnaanan
The Norristown Herald says you can't convince-
a woman, who is cleaning nouse, mat ine wooa
work is clean ontfl she has scrubbed nearly ail tne
When asked how the ladies were dressed at a
fashionable party the other night, a modest youth
replied: "About as mucn as tne oyster on tne
He la an imfeeilnsc wretch whose heart does' not
swell with pride on being recognized by the leader
qi a pardouig Drass Dana.
Oulte; a number of Americans have found en
ployment within the last year on the London news
papers, rnis, prooaDiy, accounts ior me unprovea
appearance or journalism in mat smau town. - n
T. Mail-. . ,
Oh maiden fair, with eyes of blue,
With tangled curls of amber shade,
Whisper it softly, tell me true,
Of whori you are dreaming, pretty maid ?
She lifted her hoof, and whistled, "whew!
Thas a pesky gravel got into my shoe."
There was a young girl in Mar'etta,
An Atlanta boy tried hard to get her,
But she turned up her nose
At his fine soldier clothes;
His presence did nothing but fret her.
"Rosers." remarked the fraudulent President
languidly, "how many vetoes have we still on
hand?" "Eleven, me lud," replied the amiable
secretary, laying tenderly away tne Doot jacK witn
which he had been toying. "Bo!" exclaimed Mr.
Hayes, a pleased smile passing across nis ieacures
lice an ear-wig minting ioranoie. "in mat case,
Rogers, you may as well fetch up another plgglu'
ol Aaer. Atlanta uonsiuuivm.
List of New Lawjers Liceused Tue?d;iy.
Edward Stanley Abell,Johnston coun
quimans. r, , . ..
Aloses JNerti Amrs, vvaKe.
Walton Manning Busbee, AVake.
Leroy Campbell Caldwell, Cabarrus,
Eugene Douglas Darter, iiuncomoe
Thomas Marion Cross, and Marquis
Lafavette Edwards, Cnatham
Jjaniei vveoster JJiVans, uumpenana.
1 Justin Field, Guiltord.
iTfedV'Charles Fisher, Rowan.
Ebberfc Austin Foard, Cabarrus,
Francis Murray Fremont, New Han
over, -' ' -
- Asii Owen (4fmoru; ashington.
Samuel Holeman Jordan. Henderson
Edward Sayage Xatimer, New Ilstn-'
' 'VJrtliiT.- Ti'iirrono T Htlp Anirtrt
wiuiam ijerry mcjt.oy,iiewximT'i
Richard Ashe Aleares, w ake. ;"
William Zenus Morton, Beaufort.
Bascom Headen Palmer. Randolph,
Thomas Jefferson Rickman, . Hender
Edwin Douglas Steele, Guilford. :
John Richard Tillery, Edgecombe.
Willis Copeiahd Warren, Hertford.
John Norwood Webb. Orange. ' '
Allison Coalatncourt Zollicoffer, Hali
Out of thirty-three applicants on! y
-fivtt failed. . . '" u-naJ: '
,-..J ,. I. I
m i'jjJ'H N'.?$MFP FprhpafanceJ
Brpvfit MaYnr fJeiief al Henrv L. Hunt;
TfiifipH Sfafps armv. wlm'was Statfohed
mVCharleston, S. C, during the; excit!J
ing pxUticai struggles inere.iaiiring ijie
eomposel.iQfath Jtet young'men of thQ-i
Htv. and itira letter .acknowriefltarincr the t
reconstruction ra, wasv;cecw",iy wan- t ana tne goia precipicatea ro ine. ooccom
X&i&t to Atlanta, Ga. r,h4epar:)qnJtrie';m in ettsely-
faaS K ; ilm-marjfl 1 Wftw tirRrtjitation is.
member of tfae WasMst!On MetttiRJlnromBTet
favitrV nf CihArUshrMl' -till- organization: -WWMe
compliflsnfft'Paid him Gen. Hunt epep
Wi5 Wr44ftlf verv handaomeTvit HftJlfft'
VI UUk v
tne military organizations os-iHyttatiess-
ton, whosertlroiHeaKacwi lives were en
UiWQgKlcU. . . ,11.1 bU, Al UV) . MHJWW.i BUll3,
gaVs Gen. Hu-nt bndep-iccessive
, ITTJAU . -. .4-L . . w 1. n 1 n "
exhibiting- ie!f-cbli(ol and subordina
tjdtt to authority that W.have-'rbeen
ftftfaijk"arile underthe' iefrc'ttinstances in
veteran "trboijs,'' and which, Gen. Hunt
-AsMfilfjedhw3 admiration "such ' a
tribute Trcm such a source more than
coniterbalaaces a half-dozen denuncia
tjotV etneehlps from congressional stal
:SispcnsIon of the Druid Duck Mills.
iJA-rmnroitE; -June The Druid
Tinck Millfi,-nf GambMllj bt Woodberry.
near this' city, 'will suspend operations
to-day lor an ' inaennj.M5i. pejri.o(L c ue
reason assiirned for the suspension jb in
rh rUn in the nrice of cotton and the!
Tom xuree to lonrnnareaanair wi
be thrown out of (employment.
.... ...... . -.v-'-f,-.- ;
v":'' i 1 :.
lng yrup nas Deen-wea u cuuureu. xt curwu
acidity of the stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates"
thn hnwfthk'curesvsentery and diarrhoea, whether
r arising fxom teething or other causes. Aa.old and
tCi, i.. muli, ORi tkt Knttlo ' -
Ja.ai.GoiSCBjJuBeiltil, 187ft. ( i
iiamt teixHsmm v&mmt&in eon
iersati6n" wfthr a!1vll! kfroWfi!iebeniist
of JtfassachiMettSft thfetiftjcti'au
Tif exous u1t)htiretotti0ari6u opin
ions of well-known scientifie'taje'fl'were"
mentioned ; as ' to- tne 7 most efticaeious
tdethod of treating auriferous sulphur-'
ec ores, -auwug m' names menuonea
was that of Hrot Enrmond. Stata Geolo
gist 'if or the lState-'of North Oaralina,
whose opinion was-. that' smelting the
sutpheret ortfe-wouiii ib& most) feasible
ror obtauung ail taei gakfcr Wnicn is to
melt tne OfesTnta a maty then : separate
thd feold' from, the baser metals.; 1 This1
opinioni is iyen in hiss report' the - Geo-"
logical Survey of , the State; sipttWisbecF
ihtnevva i8d sAt that time.; land f Oi'
years arter.xbat opmion was. me' jnost 1
1 1 ; " bi.'r . wv r
prevalent nmuiig scienLiinj uueri f xue
gentleman remarked that he, differed'
witn au 01 tnen. i 110 Baystirfiav as
sayed aurif eroos' stdplraret ores! rf roiar
nearly every part ot tne wona waere
they are known to exis& anfll aEatfully;
convinced- inttheopinleai'that thia only
successf ill methodfor the treatment of
these aurif drous'auhmrets must; beby
effectual, but the cQst M.separating the
metals, after Tbeing reduced td a inat, is
greiater'tlian the- 3ost Jof ehlotination."
Since that timefieeraraitempts have
been made to smelt thef - auriferous sul-
phurets into mat, and separate the bas
er metals, but in every instance it has
met with many drawbacks arid proved
unsuccessful. About 'the, year 1867 a
new flux was said to haye heert discov
ered "kavlite," which wOuld reduce
the ores by melting in a furnance, at
the same time' separate" the gold from
1 1 1 i . J . " 1 ..11 . A- J .
me uaser inetaisi saving i uusl ui sep
aration from the mat. This process.
like all others for .smelting the aurifer
ous sulphnret ores, died an, easy death.
The skeptic might argue that chlorina
tion had been tried without much suc
cess; that we admit; hut chlorination
as applied by Dr. Meares, with a super
abundance of chlorine . gas, ' under a
strong pressure, in a pioving body of
material.' which had never before been
tried on' a' large scale, is' a success. The
toethod of treating the ores is as fol
lawslThe coarse ore's" areJtaken as com'
mg irom ine mines put. uuouim a
isiaKe s crusner, wn;a , reauces tne
mass down to sizes yarvihgfrom Coarse
gravel to that of three-fourths of one
Inch in diameter. : From. tlieBlake
crusner ifiis material, uoun -yoarse anu
fine,1 indlsfcrlmlnately, is'fed; rerough a
Walker pulyerizer, which, reduces the
whole" to a very fine ; powder. This
Walker pulverizer is said liy its inven
lor io .naye a capacity iui, puj..v.ei4iuiig
one ton per hour. It has a sptjed, of
S.uOO'reyplutions per minute. Although
it is one of the best ' machines ' which I
have ever seen amongst a great num
ber for pulverizing ores, it rails to ac
complish what has been claimed by the
inventor, as stated to me from a relia
ble source. -.'From the pulverizer it is
carried l)j elevators to the' furnace for
the purpose .01 oxydizing tne. suipnur-
ets. The present furnace in use is on
the reverberatorv pi-mcipie. rne air
necessary for'athorough Oiydation of
uie suius is luinsneu.uy muwtuv.yuu-
uucueu lo uie. saiiua uv v yipu,. wuivu, is
perforated witn noies near tne end
which 'distributes the, air very evenly
through the sands, the same pipe being
used as an"agitator. After the' sands
are drawn' from the furnace and allow
ed to cool, thev are conveyed by eleva
tor to' hoppers over the chlorination cy-
iiiiueiis, 01 wiiicu iiiere niv uuicc in
number, about three feet in diameter,
and four feet long, made of wood, lined
oh the' '-inside' with lead, also ribs of
lead wftich act as agitators. Those cyl
inders are strongly bound with iron
Tands resting in their.position on strong
iron journals. Each cyutiuer 'receives
a clfarge of front 1,000 pounds'itO ;i.500
pdtihd. A charge is first let into; the
quantity of water is aadi'd to tnake it
a thm mass. Tne stoppers Tire an piacea
and fastened ; the chlorine gas,' :which
is generated in a gasometer, jA then
turned into the cylinder unaer; a cer-
tafh pretetrre: the cylinder is set inno-
nun, reyoiyiijg, wumu, is cuutinucu iui
from twetitv . mmutes to two hours.' de-
endenHs to'time;cirt the cliarkdter .of
jthe goidf":netner nne or .coarse., iir
fine, twenty' rnjnhtes is" amply J.stif -fief
etib'id dissolve' the gold'if ,C0aT$e i 1
requtris' from ohfetfoTirTo'tp1 Ijours ti
dissolve'the ' gold: two ' H6urs being tlte
'ttreme limit of time necessary to dis-
T.s6ivethe coarse particles. ; , A second
cyimaer receives a cnarge -as at xrrst.
ThestoprpeW ate placed andfastened and
thesurplugas ;from, the6rnier cylin
der is discharged. into the; 'second with
such additional gas, from; the gasometer
as may foe' necessary" ttnder the ; same
tofessure ; to: dissolve .tfee gold. The cy
linder Is then set in'motion, &c.' Iri the
meantime tne first "cylinder has been
'emptied of Its contents into the ' leach
h'opper'where water is applied to leach
but the jgefld,' copper and iron that may
cbntnedin the- 'mass.r : The liquid.
tjahKkrioWfi'as tbeMprecipitatine tank :
Hfr this1 tank'tlie chemicals ! are ; applied
cibles with at little fliix, melted and cast,
a5' Apoiifr thrde dollaM'er tofr;1 the cost of
laa-s and fifty cent petfton. The Rowan
IX. XX V VI V
works are under" the5' Meares" p;itent:
Dr. Meares., having sold the ttseJ)Of!lhis
Dofefiffto cbraUttnV'fOi? the State bf
I forth ftroliha, exclusive ttf Klabarrn
W, H. O.
Colored ppOnitioD to Faster. '
: :! !. S TFhlladiBlp&fa.Tlmosti.-v
The colored: I$epifMaas of Ohioc wei e
very strong intfceiis oppositioh to-FoK-ter'i
hommatibnttndimany of the lead.-
er emphatSeallyi declared they wouldn't,
vote for MntJThe pastors of two 6l-
ored churches in ColumbHS have said' I
mat or me six nimureu uoioreq ! TOL&ra
iri Franklitiatife;S)Ste?fiwouldi iiot
trot. fT-fHnmriWfitMThft -Rfint.imehf.
w nn c j 1 1 1 i r vi i . ti i u iii , inu i-mi'h i'iiiiiii m
enthusiastic for the author of the Lou-!
isianareportaiid Fester would feel the"
no room'for.that'; tUey.JI wme.throvgh.
bf ;Fpster-electiorvVi4ently: it'-will
be necessary .t&rea&omeoiytfrT Hayes
vetoes from the stump in OMo tuis fall.
conaocted by Jwooden trougns;into a
lare tank,: called a settling tank; 'from
iSli'itdisenargetf ihto a second
thTfifrSrd some of. these rerV)Ha'mt.n'
aa idaidantlibrJtjlauwfaghlonaBlerld, - Our relation to, and uealings't
teUlgentiSadeM thai tie Information given 1owr
J fxyfW'aLchangea have taken place, both In ghape-and pattern bf taprleg In Men Garmenta, of which
D: i:.-. ii
mand IhSprlrigGanhi Is oitt new'-' ' ' -i; .!!!! : ;;' :! f-
r- WEST END SAGK.
:.:'t -,7s'::' ' " . . ' : i;:, :. ,. 1 n, -n-n-n -i-v.-t .- --. : . ; : .
It has'many admirers among those who prefer new shares and ideas Iriste
ance and cut from Cheviots of the newest designs. . ' J ' .' f ; 1 '
I pMr BL Nicholas Cutaway Frock, with thre or four butiris, front enf& trifi
of Spring textures. '' : '
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fo.ahfpQfand skf retaa,, hld In popular favor, fts tehgth ta 'limeloiOuai'.'laU aeaaoiu'and It' is one of the moat useful among the gar
mejtftoanuematfwardrotoe.ii3,he toatr . ', '"
!Out!Paiilsit0ilsmhBletBVwn4rrhdvBtty rrrOnrHai deriartment'weinvlte the tbapeetfoit'ot the'nOst eul-
vitMle8,ilaiereat8'aBd Straw Gaofe'
ikearasl6rtment Is almost uriHinfted in
pTaeanaverreieirant'' 1 ir " ,
rTlui ltrrrHrH rrrilPW'HV
imtera onTeliable and swndMft goods, an
We4ayite the attention of all, both- fax and nearand their advantages will, be the same, for we will
of Inspection before payment of bill.' ' :t .
IfflN ANa LACE EFFECTS.
w : ....... 1 . ' : ' - .
Also, an excellent lot of BLiCK GBENiDINES, from 20c. to $1.25; and a general line of new and desirable Dress Goods at the most reasonable
prices. A 'Special lot bf - : :
NEW THINGS IN HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
In early inspection of the above will be to your interest. Gentlemen, you will find our stock of
plete In the market, at our well-known arid popular low prices. p
Our $7.50 Cheviot Suit sells now for $6.f.O. Our $12.60 English Tweed Suit sells now for $10. Our $18 and $20 French and English Casslmere Sack
and Frock Suits sell now at one uniform price, $16.50. Our Dress Coats and Veste of Diagonal, Granite, Basket French and English Goods at greatly re
duced prices. . (
' TJnlaundried shirts for 50 cents. The very best made in the United States for $1.00. Linen Collars $2.09 per dozen, and all goods In proportion. Call
and see before buying elsewhere, as we are the rulers of lew prices.
. ; June 1, 1S79. L. BERW ANGER &BR0., Fine Clothiers and TaDors.
Via Steamers to Portsmouth, Ya and thence all Rail and Through Cars, Enabling Quick
est Possible Timcvto all Points South and Southwest.
ifO DRAY AGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES, MINIMUM INSURANCE.
Mark Goods plainly via Seaboard Air-Line Freight received at any hour of the day, and Through Bills of Lading issued at Steamship Wharves or offi
ces of the Line. For information as to Tariff. Schedules, &e., apply to either of the jwderslgned.
' ' ' K. S. FINCH, South Western Agent, )
T. T. SMITH,- Agent C. C. Railway, , . . . : Charlotte, N. C.
April 30 Ojom. . . ; - F. W. CLARKv General Freight Agent, )
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SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING the most com
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