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8VB80BIPTI0N BATKH l
mly, voar, (pontpaid) in advance. $8 00
Mr. Month......-..... v ........ 4 0O
One Month... ... 7.
HZ OJSAIJiTTtll JOB DEFJLTKS3iT '
v - : , i - - - rf-'l S
Hm tern thoroughly svppUtd with every needed
wmt,mivUh the Laiext 8tyleofType, and every
manner of Job Work can now it don mth neatmn,
diepatch and cheapnes. Wtam ntrnixh, at Short
"j- . ; i'j-ist '
BLAMiB, BILL-HEADS, . " .r. .r "
LXTTKB-BXADS, CAMDS,i - ( ,
21 WffK RECEIPTS,1 POSTEBS,
PAMTBLEtS, C7BCVLABS, CHECKS; 40.
.'Jiiii.'5;V sv0. ffid uho Kfcj 0.1 erf b lo ia9r
H'wMy, ( A county) to dtam S2 00
Out the county, pottpaid,.,. 2 10
y Liberal B&mcttoutjor Ofctfts.
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ah 'iV ' i.Bff k? ri- l
1 ;iiiM Mil HIPlPAIIP
1 1 IE! .' -III III I Mi I
sy --5r "5T
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL
i ' '! i'.;
til, .-. ;' i
4 Full Line of
LOUNGES I ..,
.1 5 f
5 K S f
pahlor and chamber suits i v
PAELO& AND CHAMBER SUITS I
' COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
. - r:'; .... I
3T COTTONS of all kinds on hahd. ,
No. R Win Tbaik Sntssr.
CHARLOTTE. N. C
Ladles' and GenUemen's Burial Robes a
jan3 i .
(8oo&8t l0tMtX0f Set
linr Ml T T P,..l IBP I1ITTP I WOUdCTUOH
LftUL lill l id. LALC 1.II I I o-1
t8TM0.1JT8 4 2R3H3A3T.
WobayMjogt reeeived b;a tate express anlc
and full Use of black, whit and- all the shades c
Also a large lot of
rncDC itccc oiirci inn
4 tna fc-oiJwtioiA aol0o U n U H f i A &
. m8i0n Tot 7h;ih-tH
In blade and whiter . Also a fan line of black and
itbU 6Ua JaclHf.oAteQ another lot of whlta
Xlnett ;nd. Victoria Lawns
" ' .siaiifii':; iiai; i ini n , .
Ton can get the White Bullion rrlngerverf -eheap.
Asthelseason for Spring Goods lpasslng; we
call attention to the fact that we are now selling a
5 ' f i
EOJ AJSpU HALT ITS YALtJK.
Also a nice line of
LADIES' LINEN SUITS,
Closing out verr cheap, and many other lines of
goods at reduced prices. If anyone Is in need of
They would do well to call and procure a lot of our
unlaundried shirts for less than the material can
- T. L. 8EIQtE ft CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon si. , Ch ariotie , N. C.
. ' -i'- i - ' .. . i
. ... s.
ns; j j t
After tke Wedilag. , -
HI alone In my room at last!
They'll be very far when the night is past," '
- Ana sa woiua t-u i Knew dui ow; t
How calm m was wiUi4ie&sataMlfclace,
Her eyes are violet, mine are blue,
How careless I am with my mother's laeel
Her hands are whiter and softer, too.
ffhey Jaaseona to the city beyond h
xnay must never tome oacKto
Fm almost afraid t4 sit here soSstl
WlBh ft would thunder, and ubtonj
O.no, for soma one-may notbfat fei
. Sam eneneihaoa. Is travauhUM
I hone that the moon mar shine Instead.
And heaven be starry, and earth all bright
It's only one summer that she's been here,
It has been my home for seventeen years!
And seventeen summers of happy bloom
Fall dead to-night In a rain of tears.
It is dark, all dark, In the midnight shades, ;
Father in Heaven, may I have rest ?
One hour of rest far this aching bead 1
for this throbbing heart In my weary breast ?
I loved him more than she understands,
For him I prayed for my soul In truth.
For Btm I am kneeling, with-llfted hands . i
To lay it fife feet mj 8hatteediojitk I I
I loved, and I love, I love him still;
More than father, q other or life, j
My hope of hopes was to bear his name,
My heaven of heavens to be his wUet .
His wlfel the name thaialDgels breathe, !
The words shab not crimson my cheek with
'Twould have been my glory the name to wreathe
: In the princely heart from whleh it came. . - i
And the kiss I gave to the bride to-night ;
His bride till life and light grow dim
God only knows bow I pressed her lips.
.That.theklflfltoljernilghtbe; given tQ hlra! '
Ofiiciftl Report f tMttriAmfum&itJnL
3or.greeskmal Bcord, 20tlw5 .
Mr. Lamar. Mr. President, 1 "desire to
make oh8 Btatfimetit -fifersonal to ttvaelf
Intend go into the jdlscassionof the
Question concernino: thlsP'WeasuTe tnat
the SejafltoritrwniKeri Yorkrhayibfeen
" A.T Al 11 i T -m i
W. KAUFMAN & CO. 5
PEER Iflf W II
UB BNN N if
T U UB K
T U UEEB
7 0 UE B
UU R 1
K. (i. ROGERS' WAREROOMS,
Nm to Posrorrm
'. -: KHi) fan
My stock to very Lar, ' and embraeee a Full ine of
HAkLOR, CHAMBER, DINING BOO
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
UUtrii OO TTTT H H II NN N
SO L OOTfign NN N
L OQf HKH n N M N
O O L OO T H H n N If N
OOO IXLL OO T H H II N NN
We Invite public Inspection, and we are at all
times ready to give quotation of prices. Every
garment which Is sold at our house Is warranted to
pe as represented, and In prise leas than can be
boogbt elsewhere We continue to sell ; i .
T ( h ? si r; ;, : t Pi
BLUE FLANNEL SUITS
Cheaner than any other house, as we did the
season, and they have gained the reputation of be
ing the best In the marked.
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
fine Felt, Stiff and Straw Hats, and any kind of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. . Don't purchase
before ywexamtbe our stock as the cheapest ;
, ' ' - . t A i Ji b & P A
Can be had at
' " W. KAUFMAN & CO.'S,
Comer Tnde and Tryon Sts.,
S ' . f ! Charlotte. N, Q.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
A il Goods Packed Free of Charge
ROCXfES CHEAPER. THAN EVER.
1- f'Vn ,?f ! art?-
tttl fit': itT
Come to me Tor Bi
Just received, a few barrels of Berry Foster's (Da?
BEST RTE WHISKEY.
Also a fine lot of toVmtry Hams. I sen for cash.
All goods delivered In the elfir free of charge, t
W. H. daiMMINGEB, j
-i si fd -.ro8fsfeiiwH- liTiMMifHiiwt" i
Next door below WOson Black's old stand. (
The Bourgeoise and Minion type, en which this
Turner wna latelv nrlnted. It was made 'bv the okl
not discarded because no longer fit for use, but otH
iy because It bscame i caaaT to j mm 4iJTren
iy because It became caaaT o; 4i.Trent
style of type. It will do good service for MMtcar
years to come. It will be i?ldti, tottoHi; VW
ehasers, and In fonts of 60 to l.OOOTbs. with o
- a ji TanTnil . !
.1 .T f'-
That valuable property In this city known as the;
Tannery of Alexander, Allen & MeBee. This Tan-j
nery is conveniently kgatgd, and has all the latest!
Improved machinery. ' 1
Bark and hides low and to abundance. ,v(, ,
' Porpartleulai-address 1
A ISAACS, Attorney ;
.n?ti9fc W :lttxander, Allen McBe
, ; ., Greenville, 8. CL
..Maj gtti 1 87dieoa3mAw3m
IMPROYED . i
CITY ntOSRRTK FOB SALE.
to perm 4esr.net twrch-se a well Improved
taty Lot, Bow with iwms. an4 modem wim
venleftcet, fine well pf water, brick kitchen, within,
ve minnies wtuz 61 v 9iwe'S4uare,"eau w
TRAINS OOINQ XAST.
Date, June 1, '79.
v AT ftArfcMm at. V.rrn wfth R.D.ft.
R. for all points North, East and West- At Golds
boro wIUikW. W.fi, fe for Wilmington.- '-
v. 49naecmu ureensooro wrta m. a. v. a.
f - ..-A-ayk -rn- --! Ttrrfr i . - i '
Date; June I , 7R
r U T1IK
DOlnU HOUta anaiBOwn-'weM; a au-jujuo juuuuui
Phi- a ajttrtpd for tot?iSjHith.an
. vonneeia w.Btuwuurj t M . w v.
(talif except Sunday i It' 0r-tln Jmwew wltft
AtC A.lItoraU.DOints SoutlvwSotith-westi
... " f J nil I
lanooe vw aj., . a. wijpi xu. i
South and 8outlHfrertr. .millf
T ' .ltiliid t.,K !
i 7v's SBC BRANCH..
teave ifeenboTrb, 'd'aBdnday;:!:KTO p m
Arrive Greensboro, "j, ,o y?z? 7.00am
ConnecOng at Greensboro with tram w the tf- $
Bun both waysHv Trains Nes.48 and 47, between
New York auAtlanta vi- filchiaond, Greensboro
and Charlotta.-anA fronl Creensbero to Augusta on
Train Nof48, antf onTralnUb. 42 Ixbm New York
to Greensboro, and on Train No, 45 from Augusta
t Nm Vnrk wIa Richmond.
Through Ticket on sale at Greensboro, Bajalgbj
Gokl-boro, JtalUbury ,.aiMl .. Charlotte, and at all
pnucij)ai pomw ouu, aoutoesi, west, aona
andKHrt.,cot:Emi&atfmtwto joints to Arkan4
sac ana Texas, aauress
f-oO iro? MACMURDO. :
. T5 Oen. Passenger Agent.
j, ... Richmond Va.
HE Y0Rj-YJLi wKf L I
The above ' win be the name of a weekly Demo
cratic newspaper, the publication of which will be
commenced at an early day at YorkvUle, 8. C by
WTtwsl a rd avertJsitfg ieflim for!
tlw business men of -Charlotte, as the paper will
have a large circulation In the counties of Lincoln,
' The price of subscription will be f 2 w annunu
There's nothing makes a girl so mad as to try to
sit on a bow-legged man's lap and fall through.
Grandma "Yes, children, when I was young as
you are I used to walk In my sleep." Tommy
(eagerly) "Say, grandma, what time did yoa
Sitting Bull is again reported south of the British
line. He is over to see what the prospects are for
a crop of huckleberries and to Inquire If Gen.
Howard has caught up yet.
Colorblindness Is said to be common among
railway men. On some Western roads that we
know of the whole force have been, for months at
a time, unable to see the color of the nrmey due
them. BaUway Age.
At a Sunday school plc-nic, the other day. the
superintendent threw one lemon and two straw
berries In the creek, and then sold tne water to the
scholars as strawberry lemonade at five cents a
glass. Phiia. ChronicteHefald. - t , . .
' ""What makes yotfr llpi so awful sore?"''
Asked Sarah's cross-eyed pap;
And Sarah to the old man said:
"If s caused by a small chap."
Then Sarah's youngest brother,
As yet unknown to fame.
Looked Sarah in the eyes and asked :
"What Is the small chap's name?"
)! 'i'- rf- , i ! : v.
When a man Is sitting en a -sofa on a ribewen
Ing with a pretty girl and the conversation Is be
ginning to get decidedly Interesting to both. It Is
terrible to them to have a nail work out of the
plaster and let a chrbmo of Washington crossing
the Delaware down on their heads.
Hawk came from the hotel at 2 o'clock, and
thought he would take a wash. Unfortunately
Mrs Hawk had been told that a wash-bowl of wa
ter sprinkled with meal would catch all the mice,
and had tried the experiment that night Hawk
got his hands full, and. bounding around yttie
room, cried. 'Jerusha! by the Lord Harry! I've got
'em again!" Erie Herald.
Scene, a Louisville grocery store. Time, 7 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. First clerk, loquitur "I say.
are you off to the TrumpUngs to take supper?"
Second clerk "Yes, as soon as I go round here to
the restaurant and get a cup of coffee." First
clerk "The dickens! Don't they have coffee at
Trumpling's?" Second clerk "I suppose so; but
you know we sell them their sugar (?) and cot
This atrocious piece of horriflness is by the Yon
JHer name was Eva, fair of face, . ,
But venomous of temper,
And sad the destiny of him
Whose peace she rankled semper.
Poor man! no wonder that he thought
To break his bonds and leave her,
Since he was dying of the plague
The tearful yell-of-Eva. i
. i i 4 m '
A Terrible Crime
Spbingfied, Mass- June 21. John
Kemmler, a German, living in South
Holyoke, shot his three children An
nie, aged six years ; Dudmilla, aged four,
and Amy, aged one this afternoon, be
cause he was 'unable to support them.
He has been out of work since Febru
ary. At that time he went to Colorado,
but recently returned, and hid been
warned froro; a tenement beloaging to
th ermaniaMiHs in Jwhich h9 lived,
because he no longer worked in the
About two o'clock he sent his wife on
an errand, and calling his eldest child
into the hoirse, tried to poison her with
cyanaid of potassium, but she threw up
the dose. Kemmler then took the sec
ond child into the front bed-room and
shot her through the head, back of the
ear, wi h a 32-calibre five shooter. He
then took Annie to the rear bed-room,
shot her in aJike manner, and ief t her
on the -floor fe6veredwiwvotriit and
blood. The youngest girl was lying on
the bed. He also shot her behind the
ear,the flseh oflhe pistel, urniogj, the
pffidV.-1 iMvihr the frotise, he" toTdra
saloon keeper what he bad- done, and
going to another saloon he was arrest
ed by Deputy Sheriff Kingsbury.
After nis arrest he appeared quite
cool, and said he was ready to let the
law take its course. He said he could
ndti toDbttiis children i he f earqd hey
would grow up and enter houses of
Erostitution, and thought they would
e happier in heaven, He had planned
for ten days to kill them. He is collect
ed, and apparently sane. Medical Ex
aminer Tnttle will hold van inquest to
morrpfwi JChe children -wift belburied
at the expense of the city. Mrs. Kemm
ler is completely overwhelmed, with
grief. ' '"'
. v r .;.
Weiton Wins. . , ,
Xondon, June 2i The great contest
is finished. ; Weston to-nig;ht' stands
without a rival in pedeatriani&m, as
S (guessing the highest score on record,
e is jtost being proclaimed with fehouts
and cries the "Champion of the World,"
The belt goes back to America, in the
keeping of a proud captor; Jtbere to re
main until lio well makes another effort:
tQ Mcoversijfc. Weston cemplatqd s
Ot&MeL thlrebttinirfgth6 beft,'
his bet, and the championship. From;
2 o'clock this afternoon until 8 this ev-i
ening. Westoniafter havingsfeeen over!
hve days upon toe tract, accomp,Hghed
the astonishing feat of walking five
miles lanahoar. .rr,eurA j
"At 2 o'wiHJk: ms scorn stood Ml miles.
p8ef tf feSithfmber ed
536. During these sir hours the excite
ment was something1 wfaiderful, and
the plucky hero of the hour was greeted
wttii j Shouts afid chjfelrsraJ MlVI1
plodded-along dgaidsl Saftife Tfoha
o'clopk ther excitement steadily inreas
edfUlui' rdahmlts;ti(naKig point
just before the finish. At 9 o'clock
Wstbn ? had made the highest score on
record namely, 543 miles .asnd'laips.
Teatiigju'BlQwer7 &9?nV great seore
oM2milsrWade,-n4his same halrlast
April. - The hall at this time was filled
with an enthusiastic crowcLwho seemed
kneYjer t row tired of cheerin&Ti
ion, inougn eviaenuy sunermg lopes
what from fatigue consequent upon his
ereat effort., maintained A Broiling face.
andTvaSthe fecipient of tnanTa&ierid
ly greetingiaTThe reati:tmggl the
greatest on reccy'd'r-aaflaatQ an, r&M
11 O'clock Weston doing 550 tntles fth
five minute to.sparft. t f.T! j;
This la one of the. ''scrutahle mysteries of
CTovidenoe." it is granting to know, nowever,
that Scrofula Can be effectually eradloated 'by the
use of Rosadalls( the great Southern Remedy Its
reputation la world-wide, and it always cweu li
tr vt Textttinir this iiTjft4ngrt4 asfeiad
unanimous consentxo consider kndhavfl
i t if J - k : . iU.r . iL '" t'-r ail rnqu ; . ;iv,v ., , ; j,-,. ;.-, ;-.,,; , rsi..:4t'
r V? ' f S ' '"" ' V' .V V.' -'.'.it
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TTjlT : ; Villi 3 it h ' i s B jGI'CL i - CI "( I ; M I CI
, , r V-r...- ' . ' f-ii-in in & iVV'. ;,..l Jr. i
' 1 ' fZii ?fXylL' 'f'Tf ? J'
wuHNw;i--nt -Jim mrvK-maan8
an impression, ai x naa .aiuiouga a
would not have been instrumental oon4
pi(Mjsly in nrodncing such . an inanr4
sioat'temwbave - felt mvsetf'KSiif
(imjstfot.8a adjoummenijdii order to
r a.i n J . i . rw . , . . ,
givee epvrxroin wisePiisi.o an ori
. , !ITe toeJ&jEU". that if . rZliaa imain1
UliAmr Senator ihad . any stfch ' expec
tation from anytiipigjwiat occurred tn
the incidents -pj iiat proceedings it
would havi been iny pleasure " to nave
made that mqtjon.. In fact! sirI,was
not h6're.?rl was not awarie otihe. iat
thajt the Senator from :Wisconsin,bad
ristin iur.ine purpose or aaaressing ' tne
Sepatei, I came - in at -b late; stag' bf
these proceedings. V" "
rWifli reference to thechafge of bad
xaith ihat the Senator from Hew York
has intimated towards those of us who
have been engage ii , opposing these
motions to adjourn, I have only to say
that if I am net superior to attacks from
such a soured I lutve lived in vain. It
is not my hawt to-indulge in personali
ties ; but I desire to say here to the Sen
tator that In intimating anything Incon
sistent, asie has done, with perfect good
faith, I pronounce his statement a falsie
MoJJirhjjfeMj;jrith.alliieLj gatntempt that I feel. fQr, the au-
Mr. !tmkling. MrrPresident, I was
diverted during the commencement of
a remarkhe .culmination .of which, I
he&r& from' the member from Mlssiss
sippi. 1$ IBridertood him aright, he
intended to imjute, and did in plain
and unparliamentary.language impute
to me an intentional misstatement. The
SenatoM dpej ncrt SS.UUdStn
Mr..l3aiaaVyf wiTlVtSMwhat I in
tended,so that there may be mis-
TheqpefeMing OffiMf:?Boes'the Sen
ator from New York yield ?
MrJLamar, All that I
The Presiding Officer. Does the Sen
ator.from New York yield to the Sen
ator from Mississippi ? i ' - -
Mr. Lamar. He appealed to me to
know, and I will gjve- ' 1
The Presiding Officer. The: Senator
from New York has the floor. Does he
yiel$ to the JSeiratofc ;om;Miissippi ?
Mr: Lamr. Bu the Senator declines
to yield to me to know
The Presiding Officer. The Senator
from New York has the floor. Does he
yield tirthe Senator from Mississippe?
ilr. Conkling AndTnstn' willing-to
respond to the Chair, :. I stiallr respond
to the Chair in due time, Whether I
am willing to respond to the member
! s ji . i
irom Mississippi ueenos enureiy upon
what that member intends to say, and
what he did say, For the time being, I
do not choose to hold arty commmnca.
tion with him. The Chair understands
me now; I will proceed. . - . t,
I understood the Senator from Missis
sippi to. state in plain and unparlia
mentary language thatlhe statement of
mine to which lie referred; was a false
hood, if I caught his word aright Mr.
Presdent this not, being ,the place to
measure with any man the capacity to
viola-deorw, to violate . the rules of
the Senate1, Of Id commit any of the im
proprieties of life, I have only to say
that if the Senator, the member, from
Mississippi, did impute ' or intended to
impute to ma a f alseJioodT nothing ex
cept? tM f tiaj -fhW 3he Senate
would prevent my denouncing him as a
blackguard find a coward. 1 Applause
in the galleries. ;oic: ;. ' .
The Presiding Otlcer. There shall be
no,cherin mltbA rfralleftes,-. x If there
shIrJbftycyHJtheH.hair- will orT
der tlvrgalleiie8 to fber cleared. .? .Thei
Senator from New 'Yori wiUproceed,
Mr. Cofiklinl1 sLetv'ne!-htnl
clhtkilriTresideht. Should the mem
ber tM MissitSMail pre
sence, of the Senate, charge me, by inti
mation b'r otherwise, with falsehood; I
would denounce him . as - -blackguard,
as a cq wardaod a Uax ; antitundei-stand-ing
v-fiit ihe ftald ali-Ilhate, the rules
. .and the proprieties of the Senate are the
oniy restraint upon me m j -jj . :
I do not think lueed to say anything
else, Mr, Presidenltl A 4, T
Mr.La-niaf.iJ l&j Fiesident, I have
SDJy toay tbatteeuator. from New
York undetibdiBft; correctly. I did
mean to-say-just prec-eljrthe words,
and:all IJiat thejj trspirtedJ It was Very
harsh ; itias, very, severe; it was such
as "Ho gooa mah'wotilit deserve and no
brave man would, wear. Applause onj
the floor and in the, galleries.
Rutgers College has conferred the de
gre Of jdtorf -dltpHy-uBon. Thos
AMisott, dMIWitofaH?' '
-Tlie latef Jeiierai;Eichard ! Taylor has
left all his property to liis three , daugh
ters, appointing the eldest, Louise, guar
It hs been foujd, that the immediate
kjaiise of JhdtlV... 0-161(3 ewas
tna "ppng" of the" wound received in
w Mri Jahte'iS E.MirdochJ'who isttoAVft;
ing agaliqpjpn the s&jge durig the:
pied in teaching eloeirtion to the Cinch.- j
There Is pme prospec!lLKi'!eX-G6v;-!
ernoi; Ifartranft will resign the Pbila-'
delBlig IfeSsteftpigo afoet the .
presidency of the.Union.I"ire Insurance ?
?odS pany of Ktliat 15 city; J.trja 1 '
$3,000 cr annuin, . .'. .'. ' ' "- " .
, .i Vliu.n.
!' . oiqcui &ii lo luiilftKi in Pj'foili ni ; . ..
ON M(NDAY,10T INSTANT, - -
r, '. . .. ; : ' i '''W'Ij:-'! .i
We wIU make a clearing sale of a law lot pf me D Shirts w $2.00 last( season, nofto closed out at ONE DOLLAR They are of New York
Mllla Muslin, and LIgen 2200 fine, but from carrying in Mack' the, musyri has become a little yellow, though in no way injuring the perfection pf the
Shttt, but we Ori ve'i-fcfeteiTeluslveiylhe Elhg Pateirt Keeve AdjuBle SKBv afl f ot this reason propose closing out our former line at a sacrifice. It la
tne,?Pm1 PfWlJl0 0o season for genital agato'inja ttmte v&Jitmdi to an Immediate Inspection.
June IB. ,
E. D. LATTA & BBQ.
GRAND OPPORTUNITY !
HEAVY REDUCTION IN PRICES OF CLOTHING.
Contemplating enlarging our Clothing Department as well as our Clothing trade, for which purpose we will build in
our store a spacious floor, and with a view of opening this new department the coming season with an entirely new, large
and desirable StOCk. W Will offPil for thfl Tvt an dava nnr nt.irA tvlr nf rinfhincr at. onjh nripaa 9i will Tin fail tn f.
200 PAIRS FINE ALL WOOL CASSIMERE PANTS,
Worthf rom $5 to $7, at $2.75, $3.00 and $3,50.
' 100 FINE SUITS,
Worth from $7.50 to $20,00, at $5, $6, $7, $8, $9 and $10.
50 DOZEN UNLAUNDRIED SHIFTS,
At 50 and 75 Cents, formerly sold at 85c. and $1.00. ,
CALL EARLY AND SECURE A BARGAIN FROM
WITTKOWSKY & BARUCII.
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Xlommerci rnGiuht lioston it was
found thatrfEiobti .a1 Lincoln;.? sow of
HoflFjernda, Kdled frpisi
New1 York? Wednesday, .an-the- Labra
dor, for Havre. His health is indifler-nut-e-utiiipaearmchrs
from the sea ffeypgg jaadfa change of
scene, Ile'xfectsffl D9acfe in sea
son to"Bi3 InHs placsejathoppnincaf
the regular session of Congress. . Vx
. Cold, with high winds and rain. Exposure to
this weather Is sure to produce colds and kindred
dlseaseai and the beat remedy we knew of to Hall's
Balsam, ror tne iunga. u'
house and you widc
.Oar S7.60' CStevot Suit" tanft-ta'-fBi!6.&a .' bor tSO-'bgljjTweed -tt'seHs iimXcr Our and 20 French and English Cassltoere Sack
and Frock Suits sell now at one uniform price, $16.50. Our Dress Coats and Vests of Diagonal, Granite, Basket French and English Goods at greatly re
duced prions. " ..';.."
UrilanHrtriea 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 low prices.
June 1, 1879. L. BERWANGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
Via Steatn .Pm5atiS Enabling Qnick-
est Possible Time to all Joints1 South and Southwest. ,
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NO DRAYAGE, NO COMMISSION, O. JlDI-ING EXPENSES, MINIMUM INSURANCE.
Mark Goods plainly via Seaboard Air-Line. Freight received at any hour of the dayj and Through Bills of Lading Issued at Steamship Wharves or offi
ces of the 1-tne. For.lpf onnaUon as to. Tariff, Schedules, Jtc apply to either of the undersigned.;
April 80 d5m.
Ki & FINCH, South Western Agent,
T. T. SMITHiAgent C. C. Railway,
F. W. CLARK, General Freight Agent,
j Charlotte, N.C..
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