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Daily', one year, Ipoetxxid) in odvantk
HS OB&XRYZM JOBDXPARTlfXMT -
Ba btekorougk)to ' toariUeA oim' toaiiltetdtA
want,9ndioUh the LaieA Stylet pf Type, and every
manner Qf Joft Work ctm note Jmatmtmk meatmen,
dispatch end cheapnete. Wtcan turnieh, at Blurt
WEEKLY EDITION :
I MUNtTH, Sn.lJTIAnSr
iriUy, (ieotm)inawa.........;...$2 00
LXTIXM-BMAnS, 4JAMD3, r r,f .
TAGS. RECEIPTS, POSTERS,
PAMPHJ4XTS, CIRCX7LARS, CHECKS, dO.
out of it county, postpaid,.
.... ... 2
-J . , . . .
WHOLESALE AND "RETAIL
CHEAP BEDSTEADS t
CHEAP BEDSTEADS If
1,1 1 II
-.:, '": 1XMJNGES
. ' : ; ' s-'LOCNGE8l
yPARLOB AND CHlMBEB SUITS I ' -I
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS I
-jar-COFFINS of kll ktndW on h4M! L
T COFFINR of all kinds on hand. ,
No. 5 Wkst Tbatjs Stkbet.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Burial Robes a
line supply. : i i
jargains . .-:. ,:f'
m t v CRHRim 5 if
r U UK J1NH A 11
KF p URRB RNB II
tT V JJR BN JIN II.
r UU R, BN Hit U
UU B BBBB
K. H. KOUERS' WA REROOMfe,
Next to Po6toffic
J Slock Is very Lar and embraces a Full Uneof
PARLOR, CHAMBER. DINING BOO
All Gooito Packed Free of Chanre-I
ROCERIES CHEAPER THAN EVER.
nwu tvnM for Bacon. Cora. Sugar, uonee, no
lasses, and other Family Groceries.
Just received, a few barrels ot Berry Foster's (Da
BEST RTE WHISKEY.
Also a fine lot of Country Haras. I seU fareash.
All goods delivered e dfreeof cta
-.'f'- '! . a i-ii. Trade Street
; Kdolo wnsm Blekfs old stand.
The Bourgeoise and Minion type on whlchthls
saMrwu lately tulntodL' It was made by the old
SXson tfo&, of .Fhlladeljpimd wa
not discarded because no longer fit tou but on
ly because it became necessary to use a different
X-leofhrDe. twlll do good service for several
yeWttoome."lt111 be toWVlm iotr tqt sul mu
lthrt mux . llUrMl . v .- - Ulliaitl
" FOR SALE.,a 1 !
That valuable property in this cltytoown the
Tannery of Alexander, Allen McBee. This Tan
nery is mvealenUy located, and has all the latest
Improved machinery. , , . . .i
Bark and hides low and in abundance. , v
For particulars address
lor Alexander, Allen McBee .
Hay 9th, 1879 dleod3mw3m
Any perjwo desiring to purchase a weU topwwd
live minutes walk of the public square, can be ac
We havA lust received hv a late emress a nice
and full line of black, white and all the shades of
LACE SILK MITTS.
AJ30 a large lot of
: CREPjE 11SSE RUFFLIN6
In black and white. 'Also a fair line of black and
white SkM Facing," 'Also another lot of white
'j- -7. I'.i . Ji " -.ft:. iitfi
Liiien and Victoria Laivns
Too tan get the JPhlte BuDon.!PiIn fireryieheap.
As the season for Sprine Goods Is passing, we
call attention to the fact that we are now selling a
steely trimmed i i. j i f
FOR ABOUT HALE ITS VALUE.
- Alse a nice Hue ot
LADIES' LINEN SUITS,
Closing out rery, cheap, and many other lines of
goods at reduced prices. If any one is in need of
a nice -
They would do well to call and procure a lot of our
unlaundried shirts for less than the material can
T. L. SEIGLB & CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
W. KAUFMAN 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 ana unuaren s
O O L
O O L
TTTT H H
T H H
T H H
T B B
II NN N
II NN N
n N N N
II N HN
We Invite nubile Inspection, and we are at all
times ready to give quotation of prices. Every
garment which Is sold at our house is warranted to
be as represented, and in prloe less than can be
bought eisewnere. we continue :o sen
BLUE FLANNEL SUITS
Cheaner than anv other house, as we did the past
season, and they have gained the reputation of be
ing the best in tne marge
We present this season to the consumer a fine
BootvShoes and Slippers,
Including the best makes in the country. There
ran alsn bet found in our stock a comtDlete line of
fine Felt, Stiff and Straw Hats, and any kind of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Don't purchase
before you examine our stock, as tne cheapest
W. KAUFMAN A CO.'S,
Corner Trsde and Tryon Sts.,
Charlotte. N. C.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TBAIKd GOING XA8T.
Date, June 1, '79. No. 47 No. 45 Dafly
Dally Daily ex.Sun.
Leave Charlotte, 3.50a ml 3.56 pm
" Greensboro,: 8.20 am 7.45pm
Raleigh, 1) 80pm 1 5.45 a m 5.00am
Arrive Goldsboro, 5.65 pm 9.55 a m
No. 4.7 Connects at Greensboro with R. & D. R.
r for an nolnts North. East and west At ooios-
Hnvi nrtth w - w R k. for Wllmlneton.
No. 45 Connects at Greensboro with R. 4 D. R.
R. for all points. North, East and West.
TKAIKS GOING WEST.
; No. 5.
Date, June 1, '7ft JIa48 No. 42 Dally
Dally. Dally, ex. Sun.-
Leave Goldsboro, 10.10am 6.84 pm Mt
Raleigh,-. r8.20PB 8.00 am
Greensboro 8.40pm 7,16 am
Arrive Charlotte, 12.37am 111.17am
No. 48 Connects at , Greensboro with Salem
Branch. At Charlotte with tt; C. & A. R. R. for all
points South and South-west; at Air-Line; Junction
with A. & & A. L. Railroad for all points South and
Na 47-Connect8 at Salisbury with W. N C. TL ft.
daily except 8unday. At Air-Line Junction with
aTC. A. ll for all points South and South-west.
It Charlotte with &. C. 4 A. Railroad for all
points South and South-west. . .
leave Greenaboroydally exeept Sunday,v9.10 p m
l Clulom ll.lOPm
Leave Saiem, - , . av "
ASve Greensboro, !( - " . 7.008
- : ,i M E (Ul vm
i Connecting at ureensooro wuuuiuuo
D. and N. U. itauroaon.
MV.US- SLKEFIHO OAKS VTTHOOT CHANGS
pttdrl both ways on Trains Nob. 48 andifj, eefeA
' L Vr.rv and Atlanta, via Richmond. GrewisDOTO
and Charlotte, ana irom wieensooro tu ugus
fmin Nn AX. and on Train No. 42 from New York
to Greensboro, and on Train No. 45 from Augusta.
Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro, Raleigh,
OnidBhoro. Salisbury and Charlotte, and at aii
rMnrfpal points South, south-west, Vest, North
and East For Emigrant rates to points in Arkan-
nj. nnH TJIVIU AfMrMUl f '
. .-, . J. R. MACMUKDO. :
v.. . ii : Gen. Passenger Agent,
Jun20 - ' ' r Richmond VaJ
THE yORKYTLLE NEWS.
-nw- iii h the name of a weekly Demo-
HnewsDaner7the publication of which will bo
commenced at an early day at Torkvilie, t. v., oy
The Nxws will be a good advertising medium for
the business men ot jwiarioe, as tue paper wm
have a large circuiauun m io wuiww w
unitim and Catawba, North Carolina. , . . .
r. VSSSXS ihicrtDtlon will be $2 per annum.
Professor James De MUle, at Brown University.
Thua iwhlfi on earth Iniquities abound
?y earnest seekers God may still be found,
he eternal verities of God are hers,
And these she offers to her worshippers;
Pureness in heart in action righteousness, .
With pity lor our fellows In distress. , . , s
The bright ehivalrous virtues, steadfaat faith? f
Honor unstained, .courage that conquers death, ,
Just Judgment o'er ourselves, warm soman love,
And crowning all a trust In God above;- f
Though now the cemmon-p4ce-of dally life,
These have been gained from centuries of strife,
And long resisted have been won at last
Through suffering in all ages ot the past
Great Truth herself for us all these has gained,
For us the long laborious strife sustained,
Bearing these gifts of God through myriad years,
She comes to us. In sweat and blood and tears.
Obscure, by taunts and mocklngs harshly schooled.
Despised, denounced, rejected, ridiculed,
Suffering the stroke of power, the scorn of pride,
Reviled, tormented, scourged and crucified;
Until at last the awful pathway o'er,
She rises up to the right hand of power,
And over all who bless, and all who curse.
Reigns the throned monarch of the universe
And she shall reign, till all her work complete,
All earthly things be put beneath her feet
Ewing and Rice fought In the war.
Each was a gallant trooper;
And now they'll go for Fosters scalp,
And that of Hickenloopetw
. Kansas City Times.
A Michigan girl coaxed her lover to take her car
riage riding, and the horse ran away and killed
her. Showing this paragraph to thegiris will be
thousands ol dollars In the pockets of our young
men. PhUa. Chronicle-Herald.
A Chicago preacher says that every glass of beer
swallowed by a man is charged against his record
in heaven. If they would only charge it against
his record here below the consumption ol that
beverage svould Increase powerfully right away.
Whether 'tis better at the barber's to bear the
annovan( of the short loose hairs In your neck
than to be blown upon with a breath redolent of
unknown, but not the less potential odors that Is
the question. Bos. Iran.
Now we are to have a procession of George
Washington bootrblacks. Uncle Pete Davis, of
Maytleld, Ky., 106 years old, declares that he serv
ed the General In that capacity "when he was
young and charming." Bos. Adv.
When the thermometer marks twenty degrees in
the shade In Greenland, the ureenianaers go
nrnnnH mnnninr thfl nersoiration off their brows
nri nsicinc nnfl another. "Is It hot enough for
T-nn 9" a nd t.hnv wish a thunder storm would come
up and cool on me aunospnere. aumaivui.
"Ma. has sister Flov ever traveled any?" "No,
child, no." "Then, when I was a-lyin' under tne
sofy Sunday night, and sister and jmj. jonn came
in from church and was a-settln' in the big rock
in' chear, how came her to say that the nicest land
she was ever in was Lapland?"
If It be true that a word once uttered f orevermore
reverberates through .space, the rumblings ol
sophomoric eloquence already thundering upon the
circumamDient air snouia cause unnumuereu col
lisions of eloquence In the realm of matter, and
knock everything clean out of kilter. Boston Trans
cript. A correspondent wants to know if wearing a hat
tends to make a person bald. We believe hvdoes.
Women don't wear hats and they are not Daia at
least they don't wear them on their heads, and so
they are not bald there. Hats destroy hair. A wo
man's hat Is worn on the back of her head, and
that Is the reason women have to buy so mucn
back hair. Danbury News.
There is one poor boarding-house keeper who is
going to be perfectly miserable for the next ween
at least She has a new set of servants, and green
servants are such a vexation! They haven't the
faintest Idea of geometry, and it takes the average
landlady at least a weeK's careiui aniung to teacu
them how to arrange the- tablecloth in such a
scientific manner that the holes will be under tne
butter-dish, the castor and the coffee-urn.
STATE 1VO KiW A Li SCHOOL,
Second Day of tlie Sehioii A
f Correspondence of The Observer.
Chapel Hill, June 18 A good num
ber of intelligent faces (and attentive
glances) assembled promptly in the
chapel at half-past eight. Though the
number was not quite so large as on
the second day of last session of the
normal school, yet everything betokens
a greater success. The exercises were
opened by reaamg oi scripture Dy j-ror.
Ladd, jail repeating after him, followed
by singing and prayer. He then read
some announcements in regard to the
time and location of the recitations in
the different departments, after which
he proceeded to an enrollment or tne
pupils present. We will give the coun
ty representation, xc, another time.
The pupils then dispersed to the vari
ous recitation rooms. They assembled
ain at twelve o clock, in the chapel,
the recitations being over. President
Battle then announced that the com
mittee jfhimself and Prof. Ladd) would
examine the certificates ot uenericiaries
and give them the desired aid upon
recommendation from the proper coun-
tv official. This is done to equalize the
expenses of all, some living farther off
than otuers ; so none can compiain in
Prof. Ujadd then proceed ea to lecture
on the acauisition, retention, appnca
tion and diffusion of knowledge. His
remarks were pleasing and humorous,
and were frequently interrupted with
applause. Too much credit cannot be
iriven Prof. Ladd. He is the motive
power and guiding star of the school.
lie unites the nenect gentleman witn
the earnest scholar and profound
Capt. John E. Dugger, the secretary,
should not be forgotten. He is all life,
and engages in the work with an inter
est and gratification which may be com-
1 . . 1 -- A. UU 1 , .1 rt
parea to tne niiaiiL wim iuc ucwijr ac
quired toy. He enters upon the work,
not with remunerated interest, but in
tense pleasure in the work itself.
ine iacuitv win ue aiveu suuitiy
The dinner bell at one o clock closed
the services for the morning.
At three o clock, p. m., they again as
sembled in the chapel and proceeded to
divide the students into divisions, sec
tions and classes, according to their
comDetencv. This accomplished, the
several classes adjourned to their re
spective recitation rooms, and there re
cited their first lesson.
MisssE. M. Coe arrived Tuesday; af
ternoon and to-day began to organize
her class for the kindergarten, fehe 13
a ladv of easy address, pleasing man
ners, and courteous and winning ways.
She is thoroughly competent, ana enters
upon her work with a large experience
and natural inclination and ability.' Her
system 6T training is anyUiranUthor-
ough, - fcihe . made a iew very pieasing
remarks, but of course did not regularly
commence her work, as her class was
not; organized This closed the exer
cises.of the day.
The nrosDect tor a successful session
is very bright and flattering, . President
Battlo rls? inucii pieassa ana gratmeu
so lar witn tne enons oi uiuiseii auu
others. With such a faculty as we have,
such advantages, such a man to steer,
we are; certain -ot success. T hey are i
poram? miiauiuiv bvci.y uay, ouu c
anticipate ;500 students this session.
;;;-r , J ! II I SW
Hor0 Litigation for the Speakers, "j-
..Thfi',Raleieh Jtews is informed that
j legal proceedings have been instituted
i test the validity Of chapter .142, acts
187 which Senator: Henderson stated
in a letter to: the News had been signed
by the speakers though it did not in fact
pass either-house of-the 'General As
sembly. It1 is also rumored -there was
another act.1 (besides :; the; school, bill)
WJHWi vwssku uuyu
receive the:lgnatllTes or tne speaKers.
i The Jaws Of 1879 seem 0 "mueit;
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. WlnslaWs Sooth-.
1 mg syrup nOS OWSU UkhI lur vuuureu. uwicuia
acidity ol the stomacn, relieves winu oouc, resuiawss
the bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, whether
I arising from teething or other causes. ; An old and
. well known remeoy. zac per uuwo.
'THE SKARCti ' FOS CHABLIE' BOSS; 1 I
How the Hvartifa Charleston Lad
ha been So&ched bp UU Sufferings
of vereaved Parents A
iiUiii i- A- !i'i'!iriVii j., " - -
i ! fCharlesto Newa ;and Courier.
pleasantly-illjistrated -than hy the fol
lowing, letters: ' The;, first , letter is to
iietoryoi tnie flews ana vouner
from alady ofGharleston:. .j- .
Since : the erttet bduction' of Mr..
Jloss little 6 in 1874,1 have felt srjch
a deep sympatay for taose atuieted par
ents, thotieh total Btranerers to me, that
t; h are 'suffpred-uatich, very; much- af
ueart-Beverai: umea x nave wtilwju w
you toplead for aid in trying to unrav-.
CI LUlO.BbliUlV OUU UIUA lUJSWlIi.OUU
as often have I desisted, for I, had not
the courage.. Button the 14th.. of last
thoMh therl appeared in our (your) pa
per a notice- of Mr. Eoss having been
to North caroima etc; ana men again
on the 29th thei' appeared another no-'
tice,,statingthat James Logan, a pri
vate-4 detecjave, wouia snoray, irom
facta in his fossession. be able to make
clear all Dertamihcr to the abduction ot
this Uttfeboy, Grasping, may be, only
a stfas,' J sent'the Notice of the 14th
and the paper ox. the mn jviay. 10 Air.
Boss. Enclosed you will please find
and readM Bs reply to me; , -
"I have thought you would or couia
make use of these for some good as
far as you may deem consistent with
the sacredness of such a correspond
"In vour hiah and holy vocation may
you not give your mite to further the
endeavor to lift the veil that covers up
this appalling, crime 1 . Think you not
tnat there" are people -now living
(friehds of "Moshet and Douglas) who
know the fateof .this bhild? Will not
the c-ood. God-anpointed editors. taKe up
this work In the -wide world there is
naught so Dowerful as the press. Dear
sirs, do not turn lignuyjaway irora a
mother's and grandmother's (for such I
ami arteal. ..-,-
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If vou are lathers.- go stana Desiae
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your happy, sleeping children, (resting
sateiy at your .siae; tnen you. wm uut
think lightly ot this, ior tne memory or
this cruel abduction will overwhelm
you like a billow.
THE LETTER FROM MR. ROSS.
Philadelphia. June 9. 1879
Bear Madam .-Your kind letter of
4th instant with, newspaper cutting
reached me this a. m. Mrs. lioss also
r"ivArt a Tatter from vori a few months
nan anri t rAPoiiAot hRanne' her sav at
tf?a Hmo .ihnf..ahA wnnlil rfinlv to it.
She spoke of it as one of the- kindest of
the marry? tetters j written to her by
strangers since the cruel abduction of
our dear little boy. I suppose in con
sequence of the many cares incident to
her familv duties, as well as the subject
being a very sore one to her, she defer
red writmsr. 1 or some weeKS sne nas
been auite ill and now is very much
It is truly wonderful how well she
has borne ud under this lone continued
trial. For nearly five years she has
been in a constant state of suspense and
expectancy, but her faith has never wa
vered that God in His mercy would
either restore her dear boy, or that
some way would be opened lay which
we would learn what has been done
with the child; but the continued
strain and frequent disappointments
have been at last too mucn tor ner
physical strength, and her nervous sys
tem has become shattered. This last
trip to North Carolina referred to in
the cutting you sent seems to have dis
appointed her more than any for a long
time, or Dossiblv it was the last feather
added to the previous burden that pros
trated her. It seems she built great
hones of a favorable result from it,
whv L cannot sav. as I told her before
leavine that I regarded it as only a pos
sible chance; but on my return after
telling her the result, she manifested
more disappointment than 1 had no
ticed in a long time, and soon took to
her bed with nervous prostration. I
mav sav here that the newspaper re
port of mv obiect in going to North
Carolina is not correct. I did not go
to see a child there, but to investigate
a matter remotely connected in the
place to which I went. The matter is
still undergoing investigation, and I
cannot tell what will be the hnal re
Truly the ways of Frovidence are
mysterious and past finding out, yet I
cio not aespair out mat x wm get some
light bv which the mystery will lie
made plain. To this end 1 zealously
look into every circumstance that I
hear of that is either directly or re
motely connected with the child's con
cealment, believing that wniie it is a
privilege to pray for light and aid, yet
it is a duty to use every means at my
disposal to find out the truth concern
ing this dark subject. It does seem to
me that the parties who still persist in
keeping from us the facts of the case are
even more nearness tnan tne aoauc-
Mrs. Boss and myself would both be
only too glad to know that our dear
Charlie is safe in heaven than to be
tortured by the dread that he remains
in charge of people who may lead him
into a life of misery or of crime. While
we have suffered beyond what any
mortal, cail understand, yet we nave
the comfort to know that many a little
fellow has been rescued from want and
misery through the search for our
Cnarlie, and we believe the public have
reaped largely the benefit or the sacri
fice we made, fox had I compounded
the crime 1 feel certain, we would nave
had our son long since; but declining
to do so, I have suffered and the public
have been benefitted, fori do not think
a child will be taken soon for a ran
som. I have written you a long letter,
much' more than I expected, but you
will please excuse ;me; when I get on
this subject I don't Jcnow when or
where to stop. ' v
With many thanks for your interest,
and. with the. hope that your prayers
added to those of so many others may
avail with the God whom we all wor
ship and with the Saviour on whom we
aji depend, l am, very truiy yours,
Christian K. Ross.
Coiten Factoiy in er!ie.
- - - TartioroSoutherner.V" r-.-.
A lellerXrom G,T. Hardin, president
of the "company;1 informs us that the
company's cotton factory, at Windsor,
began operation -onx the 3d inst. Mr.
Hardin says: "I hope the day is not far
distt when; every wnd ?of cotton
raised in the SOuth will be manufactur
ed4n tbe county, in which it is raised ;
weean never riecome H prosperous peo
ple until we become a manufacturing
people". . To all of which we respond,
. , Grabbed for Every Day.
Re'idsvine .Times. . :,;
Tito Chaslotte "Observer, like a
hot cako in market,' is grabbed for ev-
erv day by a hungry; puDUp. ; .
EF CHEW JACKSON 8 BEST SWEETIVAII
We will make a clearing sale of a large lot of Fine Dress
MfflB'Musim, and Linen 2200 fine, but from carrying in
Shirt, but we have adopted exclusively the King Patent Sleeve Adjustable Shirt, -and for this reason propose
the one grand opportunity of the season for a genuine barjgaj and we uivite our frlencis to
M O SQ U
VARIOUS SHADES OF
LADIES1 WHITE AND BLACK LACE SCARFS,
JiiacR ana i;oiorea siik Aiits. hiik Jrinffes.
Kid Gloves in everv shade and variety
Added to this Department.
LOW PEICES AND SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
Our $7.50 Cheviot Suit sells now for $6.f0. Our
and Frock Suits sell now at one uniform price, $16.50. Our Dress -Coats and Vesta ot Diagonal, Granite, Basket French and English Goods at greatly re
Unlaundried shirts for 50 pents. The very best made
and see before buying elsewhere, as we are the rulers
June 1, 1S79.
Via Steamers to Portsmouth, Ya and thence all Rail and Through Cars, Enabling Quick
est Possible Time to all Points South and Southwest.
NO DRAYAGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES, MINIMUM INSURANCE.
Mark Goods plainly via Seaboard Air-Line. Freight
ces or tne Line. or lniormanon as to xann, schedules, sc, apply to either oi tne undersigned.
April 30 dam.
TRYON STREET, IN INSURANCE
-5 GC -
m - - f . i
if! w y
TR YQW STREET, IN INSURA1NCE
ONLY ONE DOLLAR.
" !. ''.. 5 Liu'" 'J'''l''Jl
ON MONDAY, ltiIH INSTANT,
Shirts worth $2.00 last-season, now to be closed out at jNE DOLLAR. They are of New York
stock the muslin has become a little yellow, though In no way injuring the perfection of the
JUST RECEIVED, A FULL LINE OF
ITO N ETT I N G ,
IN PINK, WHITE . AND BLUE.
-ALSO A LINE OF-
JSPO I E
LACES FOR TRIMMING OF BUNTINGS.
Also a new lot of Ladies' Hats.
A Beautiful Assortment of
ureconne ana rorcnon ljaces.
of Priees. Linen and Cotton Lawns in
$12.E0 English Tweed Suit sells now fcr $10. Our $18
in the United States for $1 .00 Linen Collars $2.0Q
of low prices.
received at any hour of the day. and Through Bills of
K S. FINCH, South Western Agent,
T. T SMITH, Agent C. C. Railway,
F. W. CLARK, General Freight Agent,
ALL "OND8 OF
Drums; Band Instruments,
1 &c', &a,
"-si AHtf' ' '
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closing out our former line at a sacrifice. It la
white and figured.
WITTKOWSKY & BABUCH'S.
and $20 French and English Cassimere Sack
per dozen, and nil goods fn proportion. Call
& BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors
Lading issued at Steamship Wharves or offl-
j Charlotte, N. C
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fa jj :r& w
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v . '? a- r : i "r ' r 't l i w-(t f
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