8VB80RIPTI0N SATES S
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WKttKLY EDITION t
Weekly. ( 0. ..lV.... 92 00
Six Months. . , , , . i. 4 ky . u j wwj J- i,iU . . iii -'1 00
ff lateral Redaction for OhOm.,
CHARLOTTE, Nf Gi, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1879.
THE OBSERVER JOB DEPARTMENT
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i thoroughly supplied with every needed
d with the latest styles of Type, and erew
of Job Printing can now be done with
id cheapness. .
neatness, dispatch and
isn at anon nonce,
t vptvu trriTva nnna
TAGS. RECEIPTS, J06TER&5
PAMPHLETS. CIRCULARS, CHECK. AC
TO THE PUBLIC.
w . - .-' - -av IHI i ' " - tie OOJOt IIU IT Willi all uupauou, iivrr
, --, ff : . (f: T ' , " r. He eyed It in a Mnd of hate:
STOCK OF 8TAWX-AND FANCY, fx'. M AT - TU T I CCTi Then oniila bed he laid Mmllown,
fi. TT LiM H II II K II I j ..--f:. - v- OhT dfeamol ecstacy and bhssJ
f B .T - M1-k-lSV.A. ikv.k nil hla flMIBAI aflAS
Is now opn j
foK inspection, ty We elalm f 4i h. OAk iKndr for exhibition bv
And the most complete stock of Dry Goods to be
found in tbe State.
Magnificent Carpet Boon,
Representing szu.uw in unrpwis ,
anything; ever befwaeenjut the elty. , It la a weUv
known fact aaiong the latnes (uat we ieaa uw,
market In ' - r ' J ' y
Carrying a larger and handsomer stock than any
hou.se in Charlotte. Don't fall to ask for Ribbons.
Call on us for
CASSIIYIERES AHD JEAIIS.
Ask for Flannels. Ask for Towels, Table Linen.
Napkins, etc. Be sure and ask for Ladies', Gents'
and Children's Under Tests.
hifonday, September 15 th. jvhlcbla the lareest and
handsomest we nave ' v-
Black and Colored Silk, Black: and Colored Sat
tines; Black and Colored Alpacas,- Tamise,
Henrietta Cloths, Drap De Almas, v , ,;.
: and Fancy Dress Goods In '
.'-';.. ..all the latest styles, j 3ITUO
We have a' Jarge ' stock of Repellanta, in plaid and
,J mixed" colors; Cloaks, strawls, Blankets
ZT .- ,nd-Flannekw
Our Hosiery Department
Is well worth seeing, feeing the lar
our stock of Ready-Made Cli
In the market. We have the best Shirt sold in the
in the city.
dual to any
Suite for the money 75 cents. In short, we have
everything you want, and at prices as low as can
be found anywhere
Everybody is invited to call on us. We will
show them polite Attention and nlee igoods.
very respectfully, ,
This branch comprises a large line ot Black Silk,
'Black and White Breton "Torchon, Italian, !
real and imitation and valencienne LAces,
i.adlea Silk and Lace Scarfs, Silk' and -
Linen Handkerchiefs, Silk Illusion,
Tissue and Berage Yelling,,
Dress ' Buttons, Hamburg
- and Swiss Embroidery,
a handsome stock
.'...'. Ladles', Gents' ;
and CWfr '
' dreri'a .
" HOSIERY " "
IN WHITE AND FANCY COLORS.
Corsets in all grades. Ladles', Gents' and Chil
A large stock of Kid (Moves, from 1 to 8 Buttons.
TD1Uv-thA kin? took Off Ms CTOWH:
"Ia-ltheT hand he poised Its weight
" ns strange now neavy n na grvmu.
He said, ana- wiur an impaueui. iruwu
IDellght through all his senses straamea;
A ragged vagabond he seemea; i
Free winds of heaven his haUvdld kJss. ,
On his bare skin the free sun beamed.
At morn he waked, bewildered, first.
Or who he was or where might be;
Then saw the crown, and with a burst
Of sudden rage he swore and cursed ;
' '.'No beggar would change lives with me!
Of all hard fates a klng'aJi worst!"
,th and freezing cold,
Starved half to
Less sheltered .than 4ho' meanest hound.
a neggar wumoerea;jsaie ana sounu,
And dreams to him came swift and bold.
As If a palace walled him round.
' HidreamedTi&wasakmglndeed; .
. ; y omaraun or eestacy ana nussi
-Of foodj4ie bad his utmost ereed;;
Of gold, beyond hteutmostneed;
All men knelt low his hand to kiss
And gaye his word obedient heed.
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At mom-he waked, bewildered, first,
1 j Or who he was or where might be ;
Then quick, by hunger and by thirst,
i i Mb knew himself and groaned and cursed:
' "NO creature pity takes on me !
A beggar's fate of all Is worst.", : .
Sept 14,' 1
Democrat and Home copy.
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l ntls. Collars and Umbrellas. Be sure and look at
our stock or Gents' ana xouins- sun ana son nam.
Gents' and Youths' Caps. Keady-juaae uiotnmg
in Diagonal, Basket Cloth. Fancy uasimere ana
Cheviot Suits in dress and business styles. A
large line of'Carpett.Mjgs ancr ou tfotns.'we,
ask special attention-1 'our line of isles' Hats
and Mllllnerv Goods, we are wiiung to compare
eoods and Drices with any one. Our stock of
ots and Shoes Is complete.- Give us a calL
f rBpeclal attention given to orders.
; . '.T. L. SEI6LS 4 CO.r
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
3ept 14. i ,
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Knees that the Crispins are constantly down on
jgjHllMtft.-. - .tame - . . "
The man who made an Impression on the heart
cutting. '- ' ,TV ''
A "sudd't" once nrayed for an absent pastor.
referring to his arrival in England as worship
ping God in a foreign land, where the Umguage is
too same, nut me acceni uinerenu
An Albany damsel asked one of her fellow
boarders, a stylish dry goods cleik, at the break
fast table, "why is your mousfcicne ilka my dk
hair?" He blushingly gave It up, when the
answer caused him to blush still more: "Because
It's all down !" .
A teacher, wishing to explain to a l ttle girl the
manner In which a lobster casts Its shell when It
has outgcpwn it,' said: "What do you do when
vou have onaerrowd four Clothes ? You throw them
aside, don't you?" "Oh. no." replied the little
one; 'w. let out the tucks."
Poker must have been In vogue long ago; for
the melancholy Pnuce said: in call tnee,
Hamlet," when he was not certain he could .see
him." r .
Avounelady. parting with a friend, was heard
to say: "I wish you would come up and be our
coachman." mis is rainer a neat way oi aeciar-
A Weste.j farmer was ereatly annoyed by the
scratching of the chickens In the garden, and con
cluded to experiment a little wlvh them. He pro
duced a Hhangnai roosrer, ana me resuu oi ine
crop was a brood of chickens with one long and
oneshoit leg. When they stood on the long leg
and attempted : to scsatch v .th the other they
couldn't touch bottom. On reversing the order of
things, and digging with the long leg, wnue ine
short one supported the body," the first stroke
would result In a grand series of sommersaults.
The consequence iwas the hen Isoqa-'beeame
"aweary" of that tda,' and left tHeigarden, and the
farmers wife is about patenting ine .invention.
FABO BILL'S SEKHIOPf.
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE !
An Exciting Scene at the Close of His
Remarks Uponthe Prodigal Son.
Leadvllle Letter in Wyoming JournaL
Manv had. uo doubt, come through
curiosity to; see how Bill, recently con
verted, would deport himself in this, his
initial sermon. Upon the stage sat a
burly red-faced man, his arms folded in
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a careless manner, wno looKea over me
large audience with an air of the most
decided independence. This was Faro
Bill, the speaker oi tne occasion, wnen
he arose he giancea arouna ine tent ior
a moment, evidently collecting his
thoughts, and began: "Feller-citizens,
the preacher bein' absent, it falls on me
-1 1 1 A. J! .11 "A. ' .
to take his nana ana piay it ior an u is
worth. You all know that I'm just
learnin' the game, and, of course, I may
be expected to make wild breaks, but I
camp mean enough to take advantage
o' my ignorance and cold-deck me right
on the first deal. I'm sincere in this
new departure, an 1 believe that l ve
struck a game that 1 can play clear
through without copperin' a bet; for
when a man tackles such a lay out as
this he Dlavs everv card to w in, an' if
he goes through the deal as he orter do,
when he lays down to cue, an tne last
case is ready to slide from the box, he
can call the turn every time. I was
readin' in the Bible to-day that yarn
about the Prodigal Son, an' I want to
tell yer the story. The book don't give
no dates, but it happened long, long ago.
This Prodigal Son had an old man that
put up the coin every time the kid
struck him for a stake, an' never kicked
at the size of the pile, either. I reckon
the old man was purty well fixed, an'
when he died he intended to give all his
wealth to this kid and his brother. Prod
give the old man a little game o' talk
one clay, and injuced him to whack up
in advance o' the death racket. He'd
no sooner ' got his divy in his fist than
he shook the old man an' struck out to
take in some o' the other camps. He
bed a way-up time for awhile, an' slung
his cash to the front like he owned the
best payin' lead on arth, but hard luck . iareer stock, never a grander variety, never better styles, never finer workmanship displayed, and last but riot least,'
nit mm a iick at last an leit mm uau . r.int.hinsr offered at closer fieures than we offer it this season, as this will be our;banner season; so vr WW
The book don t state what he went Driceg e inducement for this kind of Clothing, we invite all both near and faritocome and call on
hrnkft nn hut. 1 rpr.knn he rot Steered l J
K srJWrvSfe Sya THE MAMMOTH CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SOUTH.
And we Intend to clear out every vestige In remnants from this season's business. We will occupy a new Store, and in compliment propose opening an
elegant New Stock; hence, from this day a tremendous sacrifice on our remaining odds and ends.
All of our Straw Hats, without reserve, ranging at $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.50 and $3, closing at $1. Oar Nainsook Dndervests, at 75c and $1, at 503. Our
Summer Jeans Drawers at 75c and $1, at 50c.
To Close the Season's Business Prior to Removal !
Our Spring Cass. Suits will all be placed upon two counters and closed uniformly at $10 and $12 former prices ranging up to $20. Our entire stock of
Cass. Pants will be reduced to two classifications, viz: $3.50 and $2. Such bargains have never been offered, and we Invite early attention to secure tne
best selections. Respectfully, K. D. LATTA ft BBO,
FALL AID WINTER
CLOTH E I
What I Hever ? Bio. Hgtof
how, he got left without a chip or a
tour-bit niece to so an eat on. An oia
Granger then took him home an' set
him to herdih' hogs, an' here he got so
hard up an' hungry that he piped off the
ALE AND PORTER,
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r Trade and Boundary Avenue.
KELLY AND XIL.DEIV.
' to any part of the city, free of charge for $1.00 per
'TT . JT. 0, MUNZLEB..
AH orders left at John Vogel's tailor shop will re
ceive prompt attention.
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A FULL LINE OF
SOLE AGENT FOR THE ATLANTA BREWERY
tW COFITNS of aft kinds on hand.
No. 5 Wkst Tbadx Strmtt.
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Ladles' and Genttemea' Burial f Robes-1-
; u in
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The understgie s fwffKrl loiftll allOtdert
tor every clawrtf Und
cuu assortment of
COFFINS, CASKJTS AND , BITBIAL CJASES4 ; j
Tl kd YOil-.l
tVUSA l LOW AS AMY
Hearaea furnished if desired, ,,,
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..i.,A -ji firTV'H.n''
Fornltufd ot every Descrtpttoa Bepalred at ahor
" Let those who never drank Beer before,
Go to Joe Flschessefs and drink the more.'
FRESH FBQW THE ATLANTA BREWERY, ON
ICE -ALL. THE WAY.
1 have an arrangement with the Atlanta Brewery,
Views of Montgomery Blair on tne
Rebellion In New York Tilden's
Advantage in tne Case . .
Special Dispatch to the Baltimore Sub. I .
Washington, Sept. 21. Hon. Mont-
eromerv iJiair, in conversation wun
your correspondent, expresses the; opin
ion that if Mr. Tilden had "set up'' tbe
Kelly bolt in New York it could not
nave resunea more 10 mat geuucuiiui a
advantage" than ;it has and will. He
has noidearthat Jieiiy win nave more
than a contemptible following when
the day of election comes around, and
the whole aitair, accoraing to nis view,
will only tend to help, what he thinks
was certain at any rate, the nomination
of Mr. Tilden by the next Democratic
convention. Judge Blair says he is
not iust now taking any personal inter
est, in Marvland Dolitics.but he has no
doubt that Mr. Gorman is desirous of
trettinz into the United States benate.
In reerard to Judee Blair's views as to
the effect of the Kelly revolt, it is in
teresting to know that a yery shrewd
Republican politician who has for a
long time been active in -national poli
tics, and who arnvea rrom JNew rorK
yesterday, holds the same opinion. He
says that there is nothing more certain
m Dolitics than that the adherents of
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any leader win . iau largeiy irom nun
liwWcli I am able to keep on draught, anvt when theyinow that defeat inevitably
sale by the tec 411 . , XL awaits them. For this reason, he says,
' T- Mr. Kelly could not possibly have com-
PUBE ICE COLD LAGER BEER
Brought to my door in an ice-cold refrigerator direct
from (lie Brewery.
Persons in Charlotte, or at a
beer from me at button roc&prteeB,.'
d to be as pore and fresh as If Just made.
mitted a more foolish act than to get
ud and nroclaim to the hosts of Tam
many that he had no hopes of his own
election, ana ail tnat ne couiu expect is
to defeat Eobinson. The,Tammany
masses take no interest in Mr. Kelly s
personal auarrels with Mr. Tilden and
Gov. Robinson. All that Mr. Kelly is
t.n them is as the rnsnpnaer of crumbs
of patronage. Therefore as, the Pli
My lacumes this summer - ticnan aforesaid saddrV remarks.1 when
Bee'a" t?""11' Mr. Kellv confessei himself in advance
. JZ' that all he hopes to accomplish is the
elielUhe patronage of the public. SXf MHon of his nrivate animosity,
Wines and tbe best Liquors on draught or for hat affords no prospect of material' ad-
..li K Hi. nnintltf nil thA tlmA
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QTOP AT THE
Salisbury, N. C
"!i a a BBOWii, Broprtetor,1 i
. .- ftate of the National Hotel, Raleigh.
TT STBrown. Jr.. Chief aerk; W. O. Shelburn As
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rl o v s Hi
yaB.tage.tp' them for throwing their
rites aw av. and they will make haste
" . . . , T. j.i 11 miu ;
to enrol -inemseives witn tue xnueu.
and Robinson forces, where they may
exDect something- Perhaps, after all,
it did not need Mr. Kelly's admission
that his followers could . anticipate no
onhatanHai f mits from adhering to him,
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They saWiBow JJarjveny ws ucitwwcu
in rfiriifv-aiiAtefetibris of last fall through
the influejjeeJ the tent,
most densely ignorant, muiiK.
rn,iid not fail td f eallzfc thai if-Mf.Mel-
ly preferred a Republican Governor to
Mr. TLden and Mr. Robinson
would prefer RepubhcaaiocaL success
to that OI JVir. js.eny. v.
We call special attention1 to our
OWN MANUFAGfURED CLOTHING.
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were ieeam , ana ne -ciT mf rt nn nnnfar now in otia anri riAsiom nf omnIs- evprv lininc and button for each sure to match with
stood in with 'em on a husk lunch. He tut? t. TiT?uwA-rm?u a Praffiml Tailnv hv trad a. baa been in Northern markets 'for three weeks tb
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soon weakened on such plain proven- s. and we aTe corrfident of satisfvinc the ants of Oie wople4n every regard. . . , t.,-i" '"
to our 3-DUiton j! tock ouit ana our 4-uutton oauit ouiu :i uuius:, wmjthi yuuuwu n.isir;
der, an' saiys to himself, says he: ;Even
the old man's hired hands are iivin on
square grub, while I'm worryir along
here on corn-husks straight. Ill just
take a grand tumble to myself an' chop
on this racket at once. 1 11 skip oack to
the governor, an' try to fix things up
an' call for a new deal :' so off he start
ed. The old man seed the kid a comin',
an' what do vou reckon he did? Did
he pull his gun an' lay for him, intend
good range ?i Did he call the dogs to
chase him Off the rancher Did he nus
tie around for a club an' give him a
stand-off at the gate ? Eh V JSTot to any
alarming extent he didnt. jno, sir;
The Scripture book says he waltzed out
to meet him, anr froze to him on the
spot, an' kissed him, an' then marched
him otf to a clothin store, and nttea
him out in the nobbiest rig' to be had
for the coin. Then the old gent invited
all the neighbors an' killed a fat calf,
an' give the biggest blow out the camp
ever seed." At the conclusion of the
narrative the speaker paused, evidently
framing in: :hia mind a proper applica
tion 01 the story, iierore he couia re
sume, a tall, blear-eyed gambler, with a
fierce mustache, arose and said: lain t
me as would try ter oreak up a meecin
or do anything disreligious. No, sir;
am not that sort of a citizen. But in
all public hoo-doos it is a parliamentary
rule for anybody as wants to ax ques
tions to rise up and h re them on.. 1 ao
not want to tool away time aquestion
ing the workinespf religion oh,. no.
As long as it is kept in proper bounds,
and does n6t interfere with the boys in
their games,! do not see as it can do
harm. I iust want to ax the honorable
sneaker if he has not give himself dead
away ? Does it stand to reason tnat a
bloke would feed upon corn husks
when there was. hash factories in the
oamp? Would any one hev refused
mm' the price 01 a square meai ii ne
had a struck them for it? Would any
of the dealers that beat him out of his
coin see him starve?; As I remarked
afore, I do not wish to make any disre-
spectable breaks, but 1 must say that a
have got it put up thatlbe speaker has
been , trying to feed us on cussed thin
taffy, and no one but a silly would take
it in." Bill glared upon the speaker
and fairly hissed: "Do you mean; to say
that I am a liar ?" "Wah you ean take
it just as you choose. SomG folks would
swallow it iust in that shape." Bill
i, r , i ' : 4 4-
uuea nis revolver, unu m u,u mawui.
bright barrels of numerous weapons
fled m the air as the menas 01 eacn
)tartv brebared for active duty. The
brevets preacher was the first to fire,
and the rash doubter of spiritual truths
fell'dead on the ground. Shot followed
shot in quick succession, and wbenqui
et'Was again restored a score or more
of, dead and wounded men were carried
Having secured atten
tion. Bill said: "Further proceedings is
adjourned jfop the day. iYoa s wilt re
ceive the doxology."
Special attention is called
ments in tun variety.
HATS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
In full lines. Call and examine our stock. c ,
N. B. Goods sent per Express, to be examined before payment of bill.
'Fine Clothiers arid
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IF AV Ii Ii Of l ll f fi,
of- ..' c:v"',.-.
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TAKES PLACE ON
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
23D, 24TH AND 25TH THIS WEEK.
EVERYBODY ANB THE LADIES ESPECIALLY ARE INVITED. ' ,
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THE GRANDEST STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
: Will then be exhibited. A real treat is in store for you, and a call will be appreciated by. ; . ;.
Wittkowsky & Baruch,
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WE DESIRE TO CALL; SPECIAL ATTEKTION TO OUR ;
LARGE AND VARtED ASSORTMENT OF
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A Qaestion of Stress ana Accent.
A writer Evangelist called
attention to a smaii ;pnt very'OTni
pHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA & AUGUSTA R. R.
. -llM'' tllil ! Ml A
l rrnr which older. Popte as wbltiphil;-.
aiiieJ J . dren makein repeatuig the tamuiaEaiiH
a Br EtJCE. &oprietor i B 3 1 UiA ,Ainif mrrw I "lar-rrte dOwtl;ttV
sieep. ;xtwvi -KW.ijtrY; rjT
who dftnofviiftofinitearticle ftthe,.;
I nedueedrate-2.00 and 82.50, awrdlng to loca- ,A wnrd iIxrd'- itf the second
T' Hon of Room: " and forJztb.UneSi' W
M. L. HARNETT, qe-l HotoL
ran in ti. -
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OFFICE QENL PASSENGER AQUNT T"
ColumhljH r . YK?Xv.!-
erdf iatt m&t
,..1!.f??,Pany desiring to aecoiMBedte'the oub-
"".Vf1!?. !fB!LfOfcndraftehlillati saiftcbnT nJ
raSTS Um s lo statioBiitf l
r.rr"1 "yBJS or the nearest station thereto, tlij w at i
.""u snunc oi the eonrt. nnH ..u. nf of
.i.n bove meoJtoned ttekete wh . Wi E 1 BSr EX a
uprt,, ,ii(ltebi(WiftifcwiliiiiiMil itiii
"PtI8 1, Md tilivw ,ilT ot todfUi
.xititmf tnu'lfKl W-juni
reason: holds .toalLthei.prayer.sbQttldt.hfi
toen as follows
A.na ntm 1 inj wu mv .-
I prayT7. L.6rdfliy soui toeeDi, :)
If I should fflftutfoWl WaVin.)
i priSr naZXm, Bouiwk... ... ,
1 North Carolina Eioitusv
jt! lilTZ L r I- -
sas. rete? iiyvu"wii"i'
MillerJ twoemariesruwi, m!Sl'Sr
4 Q Ap&480l3AKEi2io J
Voani ShojFrJglandda pj
orhameatal Cakes promptly atten
''' 1 MrmvTmAiTini'FT' in m ma 1 . k
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1 AAA FEE SDCPLV ttWETM. . ... li'l ri; C.rTf " .mom to tUit.Vf tot l&St M M
a WV I--'-wth mm-irrrmi m Hf V " tf.mL,n. nmhuii a well Improved
tVim MtloiBoaird oeigEatiOtt
kln? aid itr-belf df "emigration.
fttf .rfcm araheads -of -families.'
'SSfeflto go. West The elation
rirft U1 hold a tueeimgi tuw t,
Urt faViJ iirfnuftofttheT)etftion.
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Washington, Letter to Bammbre Siin.
Tt ia not understood that a positive
determination has been arrived at in
the matter, but there :s an maication
ow the, oarfc. of the administration to
'bustpone the appointments to the va-
:CailWi miSSlUIls ujl JdUiiiauu wiu xvuaoia
lintH after the fall elections, it not un
lffl;the meeting of Congress. "The result
ol.the electiorjs. in New York and, Ohio
maw hav 6 ikoite or less influehce. over.
jttie -cUbice ta-be made for these posi-
Cibaa.' JSow lnat Mr. nayes nas oy nis
recent utterances planted himself and
lrvadministration on such radical
crAiTiH,irj han be - naturallv xneeted
ta$ the::Diemq!cratic Senate will be dis
poser xo . scruiiniz.e uis iiuiuiuauous
with some rigor, and it may not be con
sidef'ed unwise to take this contingency
iM6 calculation. It Would' not be en
tirely pleasant for a new appointee to
start orchis mission, and before he had
scarcelyi time to look around find that
his domination had been rejected and
fcauPaust come home. An intimation
hnithpn thrown out :in behalf of cer-
!taih Senators of both parties of a dispo-
bJlVU tO iiauup cii j uuuuuuviyu iui
the mission to Russia, as we have Mr.
Stoughton QMtii declaration that tljere,
ia-ahirrtelVnhthiriif under Heaven foi
.auJnited States" mihisteif;t SC'Peters-
Dul'g to OO except uie suuieiijr uusuicoa
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To all w1m art 'Sering from the errors Aod to
fnli.uIu.HAfi1t)i nanma vAAkrtAflfl. aafIt ip
cay, loss of manhood,' d.'Fwmwena? jeape that
wUl dttfo you, FREE OF CHARGE - This great
riSffc : m4 Twtwfwred bvr a missionary in
"fr-South America.. Send a seu-aissea.;BnveippB
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Gents' Furnishing Cds, Hats, Gaps; 3cQ &c.r
Selected with great care. Our shelves and counters will be' f6uhd replete with 11 tU tiitiM(&$tttiti)0l
, attractive designs, , " ) ! . ' '. '
AND ALL THE LATEST STYLES ARE! FULLY REMti&ft
' In our Store will be found ttoods thatot iM MMl
old prices, and in some instances lower tnaa ever Deiore. vuuu ,
makes (so that the customers may be assured of getting full value for theu: money.will be fullyimaintalhedvateO'itt
character as TEX POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE OF CHARLOTTE. , ,nM nilkyI 0M v. Uu: lu -..u.
W. KAUFMAN & CO. - ; W,KM3$
Comer of Trade and tryon Streets. ' V u : tf rfWTrfOTfifaWfc . A !, ,iiOhiuii
awliiwctf ot .;8t of Booto hoe8 at and below cost - '.j,.. ftj,,. ,JiIii-.J
- HAVING OpEEp, A FLRSTi
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4 ' Havina become interested
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inthe flrmof;SemFF,'&.GarI,resp andicordiallv rKVite mV bid
friends and.cua-t ... 4
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4'to th REV. -JOSEPH T.tpn.Meg
tomers to call sand see m when
'HOS-'GltlER;1 "A ,m" ?
tea waQUil Ah publUisiuare' can be
will assist in defeating
ist in defeating iJuuer,ttflauui;
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September 3cU 18t78 i:u,t-fc.M1Mttia
be left (undone0? w
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