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that beautiful fin
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Among Southern Boarding Schools
for boys In age, numbers and area or
of patronage. Messing club 1 ols
mile from Barracks for yoiug own of
small means. The 1 7Bth session be
gins January lltn, 1882. Sn eata-
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declTtt ; superintendent
GreeDsboro Female , College,
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1 1 th. Charges per session of twen'y
weeks: Hoard (exoluslT ot 'llgtats
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THUBSOAYvJAH. 5V 1882. h
THE TARIFF QUESTION-
or he it questions or io
DiKcn-d from an Intclllsrent Itaud-
The questions of political economy
which crow out .of a natioual tariff
levied on imports to the United States
are just now occupying the attention or
our thinking people. As might be ex.
pected honest men, who have the, WtL
fare of the country at heart, are to De
found on both sid?s. We confess at
the outset that our education and sym
pathy have been in favor of the well"
known political dogma of Tree Trade
and Sailor's Rights," but that our opin
ions, upon a free study of. the subject
laan toward a discriminating tariff
which will be fair and just toward all
With a view of eliciting intelligent
discussion, some days ago the proprie
tor of The Observer addressed a let
ter to George Draper, Esq., of Hopdale,
Mass., inviting an article from his pen
on the subject of the "Influences of the
Atlanta Exposition, Cotton Manufac
turing and the Tariff Question." We
take pleasure in laying the reply before
Hopedale, Mass., Dec. 2lst, 1881.
Charles B. Jones, Esq., of the Observer, Char
lotte, M. C.
Dear Sir, I have just had your let
ter of the 16th enclosed with Mr.
Dumont's, also "At Home and
Abroad," for which accept my thanks.
1 have just read your article on the
Atlanta Exposition and its probable
effect upon the people of the country
ffenerallv. more especially upon those of
the South and its industries. I enclosp
some copy which I wrote for publica
tion in the Atlanta uonstitution u xney
choose, which shows my early attitude
towards that enterprise, and some
thoughts concerning it and its effects.
I thought to commence with, and think
now, that the greatest and most wide
reaching effect of the Exposition would
be the moral effect produced upon the
people who gathered there from the
North, South, East and West to exam
ine and study and talk about things in
which they had a mutual interest, and
to share each others hospitalities.
The trouble has been heretofore that
when two men or women met the one.
from the South and the other from the
Noith, and were introduced, the first
thing that came, into their minds to
speak of was that "you were on one
side in the late war either in action or
sympathy, and I was on the other," and
not appreciating the personal peculiar
ities uf the other, it was awkward to
commence a conversation the very pur
pose of which was to form an acquain
tance, i&ut at the Great Exposition the
commencement of an acquaintance was
entirely different We were In the
presence of myriads of useful and
beautiful things in which we had a
mutual interest, and after talking over
the wonderful Exposition and its con
tents for a while the time would come
naturally enough when we could speak
of past differences in a manner not to
give offence. Intelligent and right
minded people of the North would not
cripple the South or hinder its progress
in becoming populous and wealthy, un
less the population and wealth are ac
quired to be used against the Union
and prosperity of the country as a
whole; on the other hand they would
as a matter of feeling and interest aid
them in acquiring eaacation, wealth
and general prosperity for all its in
habitants. The accumulated wealth
of the country is certainly a great, boon
in many ways, but the amount of pro
perty that is being consumed in a given
community is vastly more important.
The day's works ef the nation are of
vastly more importance to the states
man than the accumulated wealth of a
country our country at any rate. I am
confident that when business is good
and the people fully employed they
will earn as much probably in two, cer
tainly in three years as all the accu
mulated wealth of the country. My
experience teaches me that the more
industrious a country is, the better ed
ucated, the more moral and thrifty it
will be. If I am right in this, then the
principal object of statesmanship
should be to so legislate as to promote
the greatest amount or productive l
dustry arhbng theiple.' In order to
make industry as attractive as possible
it should be diversified as much -as pos
sible. Taking a -new- country '! with
plenty of natural resources, without
accumulated Capital, in order to diver
sify industry It IS neceBsary to estab
lish a market., Bight here iniorder; to
diversify- industry and to . establish a
market and to attract intelligent and
skilful -labor-, is where an ' American
statesman finds a tariff indispensable.
A tariff has the effect to draw skilful
labor from other countries where it is
not so well used and paid.
Free trade would necessarily cut down
th price of snch labor and cause it to
go elsewhere. Were the price of labor
reduced here to the standard abroad, the
skilled labor in connection with--their
great abundance of accumulated capi
I wuuiu uuu uiuibdioouj eiuyiuyiueub
there for reasons it is unnecessary to
state. Then when more and cheaper
tal would find more steady employment
labor was sought, it would be found in
Asia or Africa as formerly, where emi
grants were Obtained by force or fraud,
instead of by attraction as now. when
Germany is at her wits end to prevent
an exodus of her best inhabitants. The
only market any nation not crowded
with capital and labor can control is its
own; when it can supply this fully with
all such articles as it can produce, then
it will try. to supply other markets. - -I
believe protection will be as much
needed to develop varied industries in
the South as it has been of is now in the
North. The free traders seem to be
looking all the time for foreign mar
kets to the,ne;gtect of our ;own. Our
own is certainly, the best and should
not be exchanged for anohter. I would
as soon till pother man's farm a great
distance away and let bim till mine, as
undertake to furnish his market with
things I could produce and let him sup
ply mine. , .v-.i .t -,
- Mankind needs education in the
broadest sense of the term. Statesmen
and professional men cannot know too
much of what they are able to acquire
f ram books and all other sources of in
formation. Every, laboring man 0f or
dinary sptness to , acquire information
should know how to read bis ballot, or
abill for goods rurchased,a and write
his own ; nme and" .reckonhis own
chansce in TDanng TCteeessaries, or
otherwise he: laliable tb.iPcheated on
all handa.- TCa should, aiso'jbe educated
to be industrious., frugal, moral and ef
ficient in his trade or caiungwnatever
that mar Mmttunities' differ, as
iridlvldnalstin ttielrtsrects i
There ik ft vast dlfferenfcig between the
condition of the North arlrf the Sontb in
the accumulated earning rOf -ine labor
i Ini? Atasaisa: jslrr Massachnsettaiin addi-
tion to the prosperity of Ihosa who own
their own nomes.inrnicure. xoois cioin-.
Ing, &ciwe have,Mr think-,; abduttwa
hundred and fIfty.Ttfillions' in' ocurisavi
mgs Dansis. ui say uomuag uicit au-
terests Hi me rnsur an ce ana oiuer so-
.This vast sum is mvestea in nanjeana
railroad .stock and; other -secunues,
loaned on mortgages and also on notes
' : .. . . : . . . ... .. .-r-i,. t
iaving i three , names approved4ty the
committee. on finance... This money iff,
used as capital dj the greatest: capital-,
lata atthextorth to a certain extent.--
It goes lo baud f actbrteajof various
kinds.: trnd lostersja vast number, -of
business enterprises.. J. think the only;
two notes I nurs eadorsed,thatiMnmnt
to anythlnfvireto savingbankBone for
$50,QlX), goes inrx) DiiuauiK upiiuucii
ing" on t a large , boot business in this
town and another to build a cotton
mill in another town. I have no pecu
niary interest in tte proceeds of itber
note. I only mention these facts to il
lustrate-and ;show , you that i know
what, I am talking about One of the
most important lessons to be taught for
the benefit of a community ; is the: im
portance of i; saving a. emm, however
small in itself, for the Jiabit . ft engen
ders. You "sho w me a man wtb saves
nothing out of a small income and I
will show you one who will never save
out of a large one. - I was told by a
Northern man.runnine a cotton factory
in the South, that the help were sure; if
they saved anything their wages would
be reduced. L would sooner raise the
wages of men who save it than one who
sauandered. and I think most men
would. Years ago some of our fac
tories opened a sort of savings bank for
their help. I think this, when properly
managed, was a eood thing in the ao-
sence of saving institutions, separate
from the factories which is far better.
I have written in haste without
ranch consideration : if what I have
written should be of any service I
should be glad,
THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION.
Pre oared for the Atlanta Constitution. -
All parties, so far as I know, credit
Mr. Edward Atkinson with having
originally suggested the Exposition,
and with having done much to promote
its organization and success by calling
attention through the press of the
country to the advantages that would
result from it if successfully- carried
I think that among the practical pro
moters and managers of it, Mr. J, VV.
Ryckman, of the Textile Manufac
turer, deserves especial mention: He
was an early, intelligent, and eathusi
as tic advocate of it, and has labored for
its prosperity with untiring persevere
ance. asjl naaaireaay rormea nis ac
quaintance in connection with his val
uable Textile paper, he called on me in
company with Mr. Kimball, to talk
about the matter and induce me to sub
scribe towards the fund necessary to
commence operations, i nad thought
considerable about it and was willing
to contribute my share towards making
the Exposition worthy of success. Mr.
Kimball set forth with clearness and
energy the course that had been marsed
out. and at that interview l subscrioea
51,000 towards the fund. 1 have since
Deen told that I was one of the first, if
not the first, New England man who
subscribed that amount for the pur
pope. I mention this only to show that
I was one of the early advocates of the
exposition and willing to risk: some
thing for its sake. Having had an op
portunity to visit Atlanta and mingle
with the people 1 met there and else
where in the South, I can truly say that
I am very glad of everything I have
done to promote it and its fortunate
i tninK i tie exposition itself a re
markably extensive and beautiful one,
and in usefulness, all things considered.
entirely unparaiied in the world cer
tainly in this country. I have attended
mechanical and other fairs in the prin
cipal cities of this country, from the
one held in the Crystal Palace in New
York down to the present time, includ
ing the Centennial, at which I spent
considerable time, and in no one of
them have 1 seen so full an exhibition
of cotton machinery in operation, or so
coed a chance U observe the art of
manufacturing cotton from the opener
to the loom, or to the finished cotton
thread, on the spool ready for the mar-
set. The metnod or producing coarse
yarns suitable for standard sheetings
on the one hand and the finest gossa
mer from sea island staple on the other,
nas oeen wen snown.
But this was only a part of what
might be seen. Cotton growing on
plants collected from all the cotton-
growing regions on t he Globe was to
be studied and in addition to this we
had a great variety of gins for sepa
rating the cotton from the seed, and
presses tor bale it for the markets of the
world. We also had on exhibition a
vast variety of the useful and beautiful
fabrics made from cotton. Then there
was a variety of machinery for treating
cotton seed, so as to prepare it both for
food for animals and for a valuable fer
tilizer, also for extracting the oil from
it, which has already become a valua
ble article of commerce.
N better place could be found to
trace the multitudinons uses and beau-
tties of the cotton-plant in all their
Twelve Jews were killed in the re
cent riots at Warsaw.
At Birmingham. Ala., a few days
ago, H. F. De Bardenleben consumma
ted the sale of the property of the rratt
uoai ana uoKe company at tnat place
to a company or gentlemen from Mem
phis, Ten n., for 1,000,000. This is one
of the largest sales of the kind ever
made in the South, and shows the con
fidence of capitalists in such invest
ments in that section.
The new .Lord Mayor of Dublin was
inaugurated Monday. The retiring
Lord Mayor was insulted in the streets
by a mob. The situation in . Ireland, as
described bv a correspondent of the
London Times, at the beginning of the
new year, is far from encouraging.
Work was commenced Monday at
Meridian, Miss., on the New Orleans
and Northeastern Railroad, owned by
the Erlaneer syndicate. It is claimed
that when this road is completed it will
greatly shorten the route between Hew
x oik. ana jnow uneans.
Carefully compiled statistics for the
past year snow a large increase in an
branches of trade in Petersburg, VaP
The : Dusmess outlook during the past
six months has been more favorable"
than since the panic of 1873. The re
ceipts of tobacco and cotton Bhow a
heavy increase over previous years.
Col. F. H. Archer, a well-known law
yer oi retersDurg, va was elected
mayor by the city counsel last Monday,
as the successor of Col. W. E. Came
ron, who resigned to enter upon the
office of Governor. '
During the year 1881 there were 88,-
609 deaths nd only 20,130 births in
New York city, a difference of 12478,
against a ainerence of only 4,401 in
1880. Of the 38,609 deaths during the
past year 17.730 were those of children
under five years ot age, whilst the num-
oer or persons who died during the
year oyer 70 years of age was only
Several cases of small-pox'have been
recently reported In Louisa county.
Va the disease having been brought
there by a colored eirl who visited art
infected.district ill Richmond, but the
aisease nas finally been stamped out .
' New,"ulok, mplete cure 4 days, ' mlnary aftee
Hons, smarting, frequent or difficult urination, and
uaoy aiseases. r M oroggJStt ; lMpoW H.
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discretion of youth, nervous weak Bess, early decay
oas of manhood, &e.,I wUl send a recipe that will
cure you, FBXX ot CHABGB. This great remedy
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fend self-addressed envelope t to the : Bay.
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Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swelh
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Pains and Aches.
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trifling outlay of 60 Casta, and eTery one suffering;
vitb pais eon bars cheap and poeitire proof of its
' Directions in Xleten languages.
SOLD BY ALL TJSUGGIST8 ASS DEALERS
A. VOGEIiER & CO.,
Baltimore, M C. M. JL
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
curing a sort and brilliant
Complexion, no matter Low
noor it may naturally oe.
II as mi's Magnolia Balm is a
delicate ana harmless arti
cle, which instantly removes
Frecfeies, 'Ian, Kedness,
Roufflmess, Eruptions, Vul-
far Flushings, etc., etc. So
elicate and natural are its
effects that its use is not
suspected by anybody.
No lady has the right to
present a disfigured face in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
North Carolina Railroad.
TEAIKS GOING SAST.
MEI01. New Ws Ms
UUSl U 1! ta L AU1IAI
Date, Dec. 18, '81 No. R5 No 51 No. 53
Daily. Dally. Dally.
4.80 p ra
7.86 a m
12 05 am
8.00 p m
8.18 p m
7.40 a m
Arrive N DanvUie
7.5rt a m
1.52 p m
Leave N Danville
4.20 p m
Mo. 61 Connects at Greensboro' with R&D.
B. B. for all points East and West, via Danville
and Richmond, also with train lor Baieign and
No. 5a Connects at Greensboro' with & x d.
B. B. for all points East and West, via Danville
No. 53 -Connects at Greensroro' with K. D.
B. B. for all points East and West, via Danville
TBAIN3 GOING WEST.
Date, Dec 18, '81 No. 54 No. 50 No. 52
Dally. Dally. Dally.
Leave Goldsboro' 1 2.20 p m
Arrive Raleigh,.. 1 2.40 p m
Leave Balelgh, 4 00pm
Leave Richmond, 12 07 pm 11.25 pm
" N.Danville 7 48pm S 30 pm 7.85 am
Arrive Greensb'ro 9.80 pm 8.30 pm 9 80am
Leave Greensb'ro 9.85pm 8.40 pm 935am
Leave Salisbury,. 11.15pm 10.37 m 11.22am
Arrive Charlotte,. 12.40 am 12.25 m 1.05 pm
N. W. N. C. RAILUOAD.
Leave Greensboro. 9.51 pm
Arrive Kerneraville. 11.07pm
Arrive Salem 11.50 pm
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 10.00 a m
Arrive Kemersvllle ...11.00am
Arrive Salem. 11.80 am
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Salem 7.30 a m
Arrive Kernersvlile 8.04 am
Arrive Greensboro. 9.00 am
Leave 8alem 4.80 pm
Arrive Kernersvlile 5.10 pm
Arrive Greensboro 6.80 p m
Pullman Sleeping; Cars Wind Cliaiip
On Train No. 51. between Atlanta and New
York, via Danville. ' N. .
on Tram no. eo, between Augusta ana wasn
mgcon. via Danville.
On Train No. 58, between Atlanta and Washing
ton, vl Danville.
On Train No. 5a between New York and Atlanta
On Train No. 52. between Washington and Au
gusta, via Danville.
on Train o 64, neiween wasnington ana At
lanta, via Danville.
trThrough Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Balelgh, Goldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
principal points South. Southwest. West. North
and East For Emigrant Bates to Louisiana, Tex
as. Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
General Passenger Agent.
decSl BlchrAond, Va.
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HEADQUARTERS FOR DRUMMERS,
rpHIS house has been leased for a term of years
JL by Mrs. Dr. Reeves, whose Intention U to
keep a strictly flrstrclass house In every respect.
Commodious sample rooms on first and secead
The patronage of the public is soUettad
Chew only the brand of tobacco known aa The
OM Oaken Bucket.
THE old Oaken Bucket,
The iroB bound bucket,
- The moss-covered bucket,
' That hung In the welL
f' CHAS. B. JONES,
' Charlotte. N. C Sole Acsnt
Liberal tcraas to dealers - . ; r ' .'
. . it 'i
We continue to act as SoHdtors for Patents: dareats-
Irade Marks. Copyrights, etc, for the United States,
Canada. Cuba, England, France, Germany, etc. - Wo
have tad thirtyflTe yemrn xferlnca.
PaUuUObtathM TUaough us are noticed in the Set
Xntiho amxricah. .TMi ianrBr and 'splendid lllusi
trated wesklypaper, $ 3.2 0 a year,8howathe Progress
of Seianoa, Is very interesting, and has an TKrmou8
circulation. Address MONN CO, Patent Solici
tors, Pub1a,ef SdKNTirio Aitekicah, 87 Park fcow.
KewYork. Hand rwoft about Patents frftft.
Hare yon seen onr line of Beautiful
If not, call at once.
We bare an assortment of as fine . Goods as was
ever brought to this market
AND ODOB STANDS.
Gents' Sharing Cases, Ladles' Work Box amd
Odor Case combined. Baby's Case, Children's Toy
Cases and Souvenir, French Plate Hand and
Stand Mirrors, Lnblns, Tetlows and Colgate's Xx
tracts and Toilet Waters, Hair, Tooth and Nail
Brushes, Ac., &c Call and examine.
nov30 L. E. WBISTON k CO.
FRESH MINERAL WATER
Both Foreign and Domestie ,
Jost Received, at
From Saratoga Spring?. N. T. A new water re
sembling the Imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid, cures dyspepsia, aids diges
. Uon, Is a powerful tonic and strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsia.
g CASES CONGRESS WATER,
Q CASES ROCK BRIDGE ALUM,
CASES BUFFALO LIT HI A.
And a fall supply of
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THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Dosa-A wine glass full before breakfast.
The ianorf "Hunyadi Janos. Baron Lleblg af
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that of all other known waters."
The British Medical Journal "Hunyadi Janos.
The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
Proj. Yvrvhow, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof. Bamberger, Vienna "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Scamoni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander Bnmtbn, M. D K R. A, London.
"More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy."
rrof- Aucen, m. Zk. r. R. 8., Royal Military Hos
pltal.Netley. "Preferred to Pullna and Fried-
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
North Tryon St,
CHARLOTTE, N. C
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When you can get water Jost as fresh and spark
ling as when it flows from the spring at Saratoga.
We receive this water In large block tin reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. JH. MCA DEN,
Druggist and Chemist
Prescriptions care fully prepared by experienced
and competent drugglsta, day or night
JpOB the purpose of engaging more extensively
and exclusively in the line of Qr MILLINERY
GOODS 4H the commg year, wholesale and re-
tall, we now offer all other lines of Ooods now In
our stock at very low prices to close out The
stock is large, sew and well astorted, consisting of
full lines, of WHITE GOODS, LACES, EMBROID
ERIES, all kinds of TRIMMINGS, PLAIN and
FANCY HOblEBXES, GLOVES. NOTIONS, NEC
WEAB, CORSETS SKIRTS,
Cloaks, Shawls, Net Goods,
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR
DRESS TRIMMING, BUTTONS, TABLE LINEN,
TOWELS, DOILIES, NAPK1NS.&C., in fact a C W
plete stock of
ladies' andChildrens'Furiiisliiaj Goods
Which we offer without reserve at prices that win
guarantee their Immediate sale. Terms of this
sale wUl be strictly cash.
, -OUB STOCK OF MILLINERY
Is the largest and most complete of any In
ouiw tuxa is constantly peine added to as new
styles and novelties appear In Nw Yoik -
MRS. P. QUfBY
nov2 - . k . - ' '
ABRAVTIFUL 0B6AJT, the "MOZAkT," new style
No. 12,000. 27 stops. 10 full sets olden Tu
ue Bedi, SOLID WALNUT Highly Polished
Case.: New and valuable Improvements lust ad
ded. Stool, book, music. Boxed and delivered on
board cars hero, price ONLY SIXTY DuLLARa,
Net Casta, satisfaction guaranteed in every par
ticular or money refunded ' after one years use.
Everyone sold sens anothor. it is a standing
Auvertlsemenc Order at once Noth'ng saved by
correspondence. My new factory Juit completed.
capacity a.uw msiruwenu ev.ry to ajx, very
latest Ubor-aavirii? wood-working machlnerr
Vast capital enables ms to manufacture netter
goods for toss money than ever. Aadrea. r cult
upon - UAnitL f . Bifi ttt,
Washington. New Jersey.
DIARY FRK E KJUS' ,r
est table, calendar: etc. Sent to any address on
receipt on two Thbbe-cfn.' r tamps. Address
. CH&KLKS S. HIKKH
48 N. Delaware Ave. Phlla.
AGENTS WANTED AT ONCE
to sell the Life and Complete History of
THE TP.IJL OF GUITEaU.
A r ketch of bis errtis career and FULL HISTORY
or the strange scenes and cJtaktlihg Disclosures
of his trlaH the moot costly and remarkable tn it
annals of crime.' Well Illvstbated. wm sell
Immensely. Agents outfit 50c. Terms to agents
liberal. Address HUBBARD BROS..
Publishers, Atlanta, u,i
80 10. NEPAL
ntnar.Aiuir&nH irm.t n. 7
WjsrtwafTmntodthe bet and
jPftion ; bound in
Jteel eagnrmet, 125 present).
mwl . illustrated sample, 6 cents
Mflu IMV.ArlniM PaaVu.r)- a. i
ITS POPULARITY UNPARALLELED
130,000 SOLD !SwSA.w
t b wonderful and increasing demand for bj tar
the best, most popu ar and cheapest
LIFE OF GARFIELD SB $2
This work Is. pbofubklt illu9Teated, tells the
entire thrilling story of bis eventful life and tragic
death: has been critically revised and approved by
one of his most Intimate personal friends: has far
outsold all other editions because the best and
cheapest and our terms to agents are the most
liberal of any. Superb Steel Plate Portraits Free !
For proof of excellence, saleablllty. success of
agents and terms addr"s at once,
; HUBBARD BROS., Pubs., Phila.
r - is.-
..Mft: .Mia..c, ,
THE HIGHEST AWARDS
In the GREAT WORLD'S FAIR in LONDON.
1851 ; at the GREAT EXPOSITION in PARIS,
1867; at the INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
in CHfLX, 1875; and at the grand CENTEN
NIAL EXHIBITION in Philadelpbia, 1ST6.
AH persons wishlnsr to vsirchaae (or ex
amine) instruments sur respectfully In
vited to visit oar Warerooms.
Send for Circular and Prie List.
CHICKERIH6 & SONS
130 Fifth Avenue, N.Y. I 156 Tremont St., Boston.
JK-SEKD FOR CIECTJLARS.-511
Tictor Sewing: laine Co.,
No. 8 NJ Charles street,
novll d&w :
DO IT FAIL
TO CALL AT
BEFORE YOU MAKE
We will not here attempt
to enumerate what we have
but tf you will call we will satisfy you that we bare
the finest assortment of
ever brought to this market
Call nnd ?ce our Display whethtryoij bu.y or
A fine lot oi
all desertions, Just reoelrpd. Reran:ber
none can under-buy as, and Lone cau
under sell us.
A DESIRABLE residence, three blocks frois the
public square in Charlotte, wUl be sold cheap
and on reasonable ; terms to the right kind of a
purchaser. The dwelling Is en a foil lot has nine
comfortable rooms, brick kitchen, fine well o wa
ter, etc. The bouse is admirably adapted for the
residence of a lawyer, doctor er preacher, having
an admirable library or study roem, built for tbe
purpose. For furthar particulars, price, terms,
etc. apply at THIS OFFICE.
City, Lot for Sale Cheap.
THE Lot on the corner of Ninth street andtbe
North Carolina Railroad, fronting 140 feet on
Ninth street and 106 feet on the North Caroliua
Railroad, will either be sold as a bol or divided
Into two lots of 70 by 1 96 teet Suitable either for
niUdtajf or factory purposes. PHBjUPa
E ll I J G