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DAILY CHARLOTTE OfcSfeRVER THUllSD AY, JUNE 29, 188 2.
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fftffe on the worst ewe. They are ued and
f "'ritdby Hh'slclanfl. and sold bv Druggists
"Krt 26 and B0 LWt boxes- os ' Ltt
r.rStnanc Pills, best ever made, only 15 cents.
llf. Sard Cure itt.. 114 Nassau street, New York.
Horkford'a Add Phosphate '
. nrnl In dyspepsia. It gtes the stomach tonic
!,Vd imparts vigor to tho whole ietn t h
RKUlrOBD ALUM 4N1 IKOM rKJMf WATB ADD
tff-The great tonic and alterative contains
; , .7 m much Iron and fifty per ceru. more alum
num than any "alum and Iron mass" (mown.
iiWthe thing for the "spring weakness" now so
neral Sold by all druggist of my standing
prices reduced one half
mnvll tf -
This powder aries. A marvel or purity
gtrength and wholesonieness More econouilca
than the ordinary Hnds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weieht. a um or phosphate powders Bold only In
cant ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
uv23 New York,
Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. "C.
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles BROWN'S
Iron Bitters is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purifies and en
riches the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
Baltimore, Md., May?, 1880.
My health was much scattered by
Rheumatism when I commenced
taking Brown's Iron Bitters, and I
scarcely had strength enough to at
tend to my daily household duties,
lam now using the third bottle and I
am regaining strength daily, and I
cheerfully recommend it to all.
I cannot say too much in praise
of it. Mrs. Mast . BrashkAk,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Christiansburg, Va., i88(.
Suffering from kidney disease,
from which I could get no relief, I
tried Brown's Iron Bitters, which '
cured me completely. A child of:
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetite.and did not seem to
be able to eat at all. I gave him Iron
fitters with the happiest results.
J. Kvlb Montagus.
Vine St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Dec. 2, i88f.
After trying different physicians
and many remedies for palpitation
of the heart without receiving any
benefit, I was advised to try Brown's
Iron Bitters. I have used two bot
tles and never found anything that
gave me so much relief.
Mrs. J&nnik Hess.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subject, Brown's Iron
Bitters is invaluable. Try it
fie sure and get the Genuine.
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wortfetroa Malaria; and lor Insomnia truly
drtul in its soportnc effect, bend lor circular
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Index to New Advertisements.
W A Turk-Cool st ThlngOut.
iam. o ? S1,9 -wl Suits for Hot reather.
w h ,2utchlDi-J he Gulteft xecutlon.
t rHo.?1l,',B L Stck for Sale.
A J Beall ft Co-New Flour.
Barrett ft Green- n 8w FlUng Machine.
W A Barrier -Pucllc Schools.
U F Huneycutt Attention, firemen.
CSTThe first quarterly parade of the
Charlotte fire department will come off
next Friday evening at 5 o'clock.
LEPW"e had a pleasant visit yester
day from A. Foil, Esq., of Concord, an
ex-member of the State legislature.
tWA big picnic, in aid of the Oxford
Orphan Asylum, will be held at the
"Shoals," on the Yadkin, on the 21st of
HSMohn Cooper, colored, captain of
the Mecklenburg. Blues, was yesterday
fined $7 50 by the mayor for using pro
fane language on the streets.
IWK G. Ervin, Esq., one of the best
farmers of Cabarrus, brought in tho
second cotton bloom of the season, yes
terday. It was found on his farm near
Tulin, on the 26th inst.
Jt3rThe pavement along the county
jail is being laid with flag stones. Grif
fy has given up his contract as guard of
the stand pipe to superintend this piece
ESThe barns of Mr. W. A. Parmer,
near Copal Grove, Stanly county, were
struck by lightning on Thursday of last
week, and two barns, two mules, two
wagons, a mowing machine, and about
200 bushels of unthreshed wheat were
.The Observer had brief calls
yesterday from Messrs. Wolfe, of the
Monroe Enquirer, Woodhouse, of the
Concord Register, and Tipton, of the
Iron Station Common School Journal.
They were all delegates to the conven
tion. $W We call attention to the adver
tisement of Wood's Patent Gin Saw
Filing Machine, now on exhibition at
Capt Jas P Johnston's store on College
street. It is said to be the best machine
of its kind ever invented, and to the
eye' of The Observer scribe seems to
do its work to perfection.
St. PeUr's Episcopal Church.
To-day being the Feast of St. Peter,
the Apostle, there will be service in
this church at 9 o'clock this morning.
At 6 o'clock in the afternoon there will
be evening prayer,- followed by a ser
mon on a subject appropriate to the
The Carolina Military Institute Build
ings. As the graded school committee are
now looking for a location, perhaps it
would not be out of place to suggest
that the grounds and buildings of the
Carolina Military Institute are for sale,
and the proprietors assert that they can
be bought for a much less price than
the buildings eould now be erected for.
Let the committee and Ibe public take
the matter into considt-ration.
A series of religious services and ser
mons will be held at Mooresville, Ire
dell county, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday of next week, (July 5th, 0th and
7th.) under the direction of the Dean of
the Convocation of Charlotte, Rev. Wm.
R Wetmore. The services will beheld
in the Academy in the morning and at
night on each ef the days named. The
following clergymen are expected to be
present and take part: Rev. Wm. R.
Wetmore, Geo. B. Wetmore, D. D., Wm.
S. Bynujm, John Huske and Jos. B.
Cheshire. The citizens of . Mooresville
and the neighborhood are' cordially in
vited to attends
City School Affairs.
A meeting of the city graded school
cdmmissioners was . held yesterday
and the question as to securing
av suitable building for the
school was referred to, the committee
oh' buildings, with instructions to report
at; the called meeting of the board next
Monday. The committee on examina
tion will meet all applicants for posi
tions as teachers in the-public graded
schools for the white race of the city,
at the Macon school-honse, on Poplar
street, Wednesday morning July 5th;
and at the same place on Thursday, 6th,
th,e committee will meet applicants for
situations in the public schools for the
colored race. ... ....
CHARLOTTE HOTEL JnO Wood-
liouse, Concord; Dr B F Dixo Kings
Mountain; C S Cooper, States ville ; W
H Clyburn, Monroe; B F Moore, Shoe
Heel; Geo F Bason, Gaston county; S
J Greenwood, York county; J W Mc
Lurd, Brevards; J D Willis, Lynch-wr-
W Y Perkins..Monroe; James O
.Burns, Shoe Heel; JD Gardner, Wil
mington; R J Lewis,-Baltimore ; u j
Lawson, Atlanta; L L Martin, Rich-
mnnd! W W Rolins, Atlanta; x on
hPoik, Cambridge rDF Dixon, G W
'Herron, county ; J watt jurjipatnu,
'Mrs Kirkpatrick, Mrs Dr DeArmond,
cnty; J U Jirown, vy
cord ; Miss E J Brucbeeker.Miss Agnes
fhj-vTTtAT. Hotel. V H Neat, Bait-
mnrri R fi. Trezevantr South Carolina ;
pjl Hunt, Richmond ; H S Tory ear
:'--r - .tT irnrM t RTTitrta. flnnCGrdt J
jraui aj jucauB) jj w 7t
W BWUw,':l)enarliJPrid Jones,
RaTetgh ; J Q West,: F; XlBetts", .Wash
ington ? J JQ 'Holland, .lastonia; J D
Hardin, North Carolina; J J vann, a
P pavis; Monroe C ,M GQiia. aiu
m6re ; 6 L Montgomery; Monroe ; Miss
Lottie Coleman,; SaUsbury ;M S J'low,
Monroe; J C MartejUayerDam ; H D
al w r Wnif. North Carolina ; Jno
rrSava'g'e, Atlanta ; Miss L Ottenbein,
Baltimore; B F Simmons, Troy, W C;
Pemberton, Stanly county; a u
Freeman, Albemarle; EK P Osborne,
city";iT D tcAuley, Monroe j M E Gib
son, Washington ; L O Beallcity ; Miss
- ua ' f ftk. .WadesbbrdiirtEteai 4 Kate
yiamsaettevmerB R Haywood,
Baaimore ; xm j j. i, -
'AJ iJlv' ' - I
ton,' iYapesporw4 i juiv"w..ij
Atta4u;F C AdamsalUmore; Mc
jL-McManu8, South Carolina; J W
1 1 Wr Vi run V Oftrdnar. Wilmine
CI J.1V1 vuiw . - "
V h rArriwfiH.,l6utlr Carolina ; Jno
,liian;Elcbm6nJR-W Norris, Bal
Umbte ; H W Bead North Carolina ; M
SDCoiman,New Market,ya; S W Cole
and wife, Salisbury ; J A Leak, Wades
boro., - . " . " " . .
SHIPP AND OSBORNE NOMINATED
- , FOR JUDGE AND SOLICITOR.
Jddge Shipp is Chosen by Acclamation,
But there is a Hard Fight Over the
Nomination of a Solicitor.
The Democratic convention of the
Sixth Judicial District to nominate a
candidate for judge and for solicitor of
this district met in the court house yes
terday. Col. Ham. C. Jones, chairman
of the district executive committee,
called the convention to order at 12
m., and in speaking of the occasion
which called the convention together,
made a rallying speech and reviewed
the past histories of both the old par
ties. The convention was not only as
sembled to put forth its standard bear
ers for the coming campaign, but to re
new its faithful and undying devotion to
the grand old party which extended its
hands to prostrate North Carolina
years ago, raised hr from the dust, set
her upon "her feet and released her from
her oppressors. He had no faith in
this new Liberal party, which he char
acterized as the tail to the Republican
The convention was permanently or
ganized with Col. H. C. Jones in the
chair, and the members of the press,
On motion of Col. Paul B. Means one
person from each delegation was se
lected to form the committee on cre
dentials. The following delegates were
selected to compose this committee : B.
F. Dixon, of Cleaveland ; J. F. Payne,
of Union ; G. F. Bason, of Gaston ; J
H. Gilkey, of Rutherford ; same proxy
for Polk; H. S. Puryear. of Cabar
rus; Jno. W. Bostain, of Stanly; T. H.
C bb, of Lincolnton, and P. D. Walker,
The committee retired and on return
ing reported that they had discharged
their duty, and submitted as their re
port that all of the counties of the dis
trict were represented-by delegates in
the con vention, (the county of Polk by
proxyX and further that the following
delegates had been appointed chairmen
of the respective delegations :
Cabarrus II S Puiyear.
Cleaveland B F Dixon.
Gaston Geo F Bason.
Lincoln John F Hoke.
Mecklenburg J H Wilson.
Montgomery B F Simmons.
Polk J H Gilkey.
Rutherford J H Gilkey.
Stanly A C Freeman.
Union D A Covington.
The committee also reported that
there were no contesting delegates or
delegations; that in their opinion the
proxy for Polk should be allowed.
They further reported that under the
plan of organization adopted by the
State central committee each county
of this Judicial district was entitled to
the number of votes in the convention
set opposite their name:
Votes 1880. Votes enUtled to.
Cabarrus 1,465 29
Cleaveland 1,691 34
Gaston 1,097 22
Lincoln 902 18
Mecklenburg 3,289 66
Montgomery 695 14
Polk 330 7
Rutherford 1,204 24
Stanly 873 17
Union 1,481 30
A couple of hours time was then con
sumed in discussing the plan to be pur
sued in balloting and it was finally de
cided that the rule should prevail.
The chair announced that the conven
tion was ready to hear nominations for
a candidate forjudge of this judicial dis
trict and Mr. Harvey Wilson proposed
the name of Judge Wm. M. Shipp.
Col. Paul B. Means nominated Mr.
Cobb, of Lincolnton. Mr. Cobb rose
and requested CoL Means to withdraw
the nomination, but thanking him for
the honor. Col. Means complied with
this request and on withdrawing the
name of Mr. Cobb proposed that Wm.
M. Shipp be nominated by. acclamation,
and the motion was unanimously car
ried and Judge Shipp was declared the
choice of the Democratic voters of this
district for judge.
The nomination of a candidate for
solicitor was now in order and Mr.
Cobb, of Lincolnton," placed the name
of Calvin E. Grier, before the conven
tion. Mr. Gilkey, of Rutherford, nomi
nated Mr. M. C. Justice. Mr. Dixon, of
Cleaveland presented the claims of Mr.
R. R. McBrayer. Mr. Payne, of Union,
put in nomination Mr. H. B. Adams,
and Mr. A. C. Freeman, of Stanly,
nominated Mr. Sam'l J Pemberton.io
No more nominations being made,
the battle of votes began. Grier re
ceived the most votes but not enough,
to; elect. The voting was repeated over
and over again, but with almost ibe
same result, none of the counties show
ing any disposition to change their
votes except Cleaveland, which was
the first to change. About three o'clock
in the evening, when the voting was
still going on with the usual mono
tonous result,, motions for an ad
journment to dinner were in order,
They were all voted down, however,
until at 3 :30 o'elock an unusually plead
ing motion for a half hour's adjourn
ment was made and prevailed by a bare
The delegates, strengthened and re
freshed, by therr brief jrecass, : again as
sembled at the court house at 4 o'clock
and on the convention being called to
order, a slight and unexpected change
to the state of affairs ' was - brought
about by Mr. H. 8. Puryear, who intro
duced a new candidate in the person of
Mr. T. H. Cobb. Gsier's figure at onee
ran down and Cobb's ,ame up, but
otherwise the balloting was unchanged
for some time. Pending the 17th ballot,
Mr. McBrayer withdrew in favor of Mr.
Justice -and warmly commended the
claims of that gentleman to , the con
vention. Justice's figures here took an
upward start, feu oa the 18th ballot Mr
Adams withdrew and there was anoth
er change in ttieVrospecfs. "Mr.sD." A.
Covington was pii&sedlx t nomination
and the voting continued until the 21st
ballot was teae4lV'do1rit
withdrew; and, recommended the! .cpn
vention to -vote for Mr; Frank I. Os
borne, alluding to, that ..gentleman's
capabilities! & the -2 warmest manners
Mr. Artriistead . Bur well seconded the
nomination :!and the balloting was ire
ijrofli; pn,tne?26th ?1wdlottf Cabarrus,
which had beek zealously standing by ,
Pemberton with Outvotes; Went over1
to 03borne with,-her entire 29. . L Otbef
counties followed and when Union, the
last to TOtewas counted," the result
stood: Osborne 178; Adams 83. ; -
: Osborne was -declared the nominie
amidst the greatest enthusiasm and ap
plause. On motion of Mr. C. E. Grier,
a committee was sent to bring Mr. Os
b )rne forward. He thanked the people
f or'the honor conferred upon, him in a
short, but appropriate talk, and assured
them that he would do his duty to the
fullest extent of his ability.
The nomination of Mr. Osborne was
made unanimous, and after a resolu
tion that the Charlotte Observer be
requested to print the names of the
members of the executive committee of
this district, the convention adjourned.
The contest over the nomination of
solicitor was carried on in the most
earnest and determined spirit, yet no
one got mad and everything passed off
pleasantly. The result of the conven
tion's work was generally talked about
with satisfaction on the street corners
after the adjournment
Baltimore and North Carolina Mine.
Large quantities of oies are now be
ing concentrated at the Baltimore and
North Carolina mine preparatory for
shipment. Valuable developments have
very recently been made in this mine,
adding to its immense value, and an in
crease of ore dressing machinery will
soon be added, the present plant being
inadequate to take care of the ores.
Catawba County Convention.
A county convention of the Demo
cratic party was held in Newton last
Saturday. Delegates to the State con
vention from Catawba were instructed
to vote for Hon. A.M. Waddellfor
congressman-at-large, and Col. Thomas
Ruffin, as candidate for Supreme Court
Judge. Delegates to the congressional
convention were instructed to vote for
Col. R. T. Bennett for Congressman
from the 6th district, and those to the
judicial convention for J. S. Adams for
The Juveniles at a Fire.
Yesterday evening about 7 o'clock,
while the juvenile Hornet firemen were
out practicing, the alarm of fire was
sounded and they were quick to take
advantage of the opportunity of show
ing what they could do. The alarm was
caused by the burning out of the chim
ney to a house in rear of the Charlotte
hotel, and scarcely had the bell been
tapped before the juveniles had their
ho3e attached to the hydrant and a
stream going ; but their services were
not needed, as the fire died down al
most as soon as it appeared. The
youngsters considered this hard luck,
and could not ' help but express their
eontempt for a fire which would come
up and die out without giving them a
chance to drown it.
Hornets' Nest Riflemen Disband.
A meeting of the Hornets' Nest Ri
flemen was held at the armory last
Tuesday night, which will be the last
meeting of the company under the old
regime, as it was formally disbanded
and the guns and accoutrements were
ordered to be handed in to a committee
of five appointed to receive them.
This committtee was empowered to
return such property as belongs to the
State of North Carolina, and make
such disposal of the public property of
the Hornets'i Nest Riflemen to satisfy
such claims as exist against the com
pany, and said committee is empowered
to do such other matters and things as
in their opinion is deemed best for the
The cornmittee consists of Sergeant
Blackwelder, F. L. Butt, R. W. Gray
Chas. J. Fox, F. W. T. Kuester, J. W
It was moved by F. L. Butt to dis
band the Hornets' Nest Riflemen and
the motion was carried unanimously.
To the Editor of The Observer.
I had Mr. J. R. Wallis to thresh my
grain crop, a day or two since and was
so much pleased with his work and the
manner in which he dispatched busi
ness that I think the public ought to
know it. Bob has a spangled new Gei
ser outfit and it does the work to per
fection. We timed him on threshing a
lot of fine oats and out of about 900
sheaves he threshed 94 bushels of clean
seed and made 3K bushels per minute.
J une 28, 1882. G. S. Hall.
The fairest faces are sometimes married by
myriads ol pimples, and markings of tetter or
freckle, which are readily removed by a popular
toilet dreaslni. knon as Dr. C. W. Benson's Skin
Cure. Kven scrofulous ulcers yield to tt.
Why Is .LjdU .sV.Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound like the Mississippi river In a spring
freshet? Because the immense volume of this
healing river moves with such momentum that it
sweeps away all obstacles and Is literally flooding
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers:::
Are you disturbed at night and broken of your
rest by a sick child suffering and crying with the
excruciating pain of cuSScs teeth ? If so, go at
once and get a bottle of MB3. WINSLOW'S
8O0THING 8YBUP. It will relieve the poor little
sufferer immediateiy depend upon it ; there is no
mistake about tt. There w not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you at once
that tt will regulate the bowels, and give rest to the
mother, and relief and health to the child, operat
ing like magic. It Is perfectly safe to use in all
cases, and pleasant to the taste, and is the pre
scription of one of the oldest and bast physicians
and nurses In the United States. Sold everywhere,
25 cents a bottle.
The only scientific Iron Medicine that does not
produce headache, ftc., bat gives to the system all
the benefits of iron without its bad effects, is
Browa's iron Bitters,
Pole Schools City of Charlotte
HOTICE TTJ APPLICAHTS.
BY Direction of the Board of 8chool Commit
sloe era of the City of Charlotte, notice is here
by given that the "Committee on Education" wul
meet at the Haeon School Building, on Poplar
street, on Wednesday . Booming, July 5th, at 9
o'clock, for the purpose of examining applicants
for positions as Teachers, in the Public Graded
Schools for the white race; and at the same place
on Thursday morning, July 6th. to examine appli
cants for said positions In the Graded Schools for
the colored race, and all persons seeking such
positions are Invited to present themselves for ex
amination. (Sighed) W. A. BARRIER,
Chairman Committee on Xxamlnation.
Til Members f the Bosxar Stxah Fikx Com.
taxi No. , LxDXPnrDKtrr Book ft Laddxb
rCosmufT No. 1, end the Pionxsb Snut Tfm
Ooktavt No. 2, are hereby notified to meet in
front of tb Court Bouse, to-morrow (Friday)
afteneom.eiio'clcK ufuUimtfoTm. to attend
.the First Quarterly Parade and Practice. x
V ' V, v .w i C. BABSISON, Chief.- ,
jr. HimiuLTy. Secretary, .( l V.
..,hm29 it rv-: - i&Kwrt&smni tr u h.
BnUdm and Loan
r wrLL sen prtvateTy 20 shares of stock In (he
1st MaUdlot tad Loan Association of Charlotte.
. ' . W. H. HOFFMAN. .
lun2ttlt; ' Charlotte, KG
Have just received 50 sacks choice
which we are offering very low. Also
In all size packages
And In fact everything kept In a
Gin Saw Filisg Machine,
The first Prize Medal at tbe Exhibition of the
Georgia fctock and Fair Association, 1880.
This Machine straightens bent teeth, and makes
tbe Bounded or Needle Point, and will file from
SO to 40 Saws per hour more perfectly than has
heretofore been done by hand or machinery .
STATE and COUNTY RIGHTS FOB S ALB
Atlanta, Ga., Sept 16th, 1880.
We have examined Mr. Albert A. Wood's Ma
chine for filing old Gin Saws, and have seen it In
operation. We believe it is the best Machine for
this purpose that has come under our observation.
WIN8HIP ft BBO.
Atlanta, Ga , Oct 27th, 1880.
A. A. WOODS, Esq.:
Dear Sir We wish to add our testi monial to tbe
excellence of your Gin Saw Filing Machine. We
have used several different kinds, but yours is the
only Machine we have seen that does the work
botn well and with rapidity. Tbe 61ns you have
re filed for us are doing good work. We pronounce
your Machine the best, and hope you much suc
cess. Jt VAN WINKLE ft CO.
Eufaula, Ala., Oct 15th, 1882.
We have In our Mill one of Wood's Patent Filing
Machines, and have used it several months for
sharpening our Llnters and Gins with perfect sat
isfaction, and take uleasure in recommending it
to the Oils Mills. Respectfully,
EUFAULA OIL CO
Memphis, Term , April 4th, 1882.
We have one of the Wood Patent Gin Filing Ma
chines in our shop, and pronounce It a success.
CUBVEB GIN CO.
Exhibition Building, Atlanta, Ga, Oct , 1881.P
We can recommend Wood's Patent Gin Filing
Machine, and take pleasure in doing so.
a Z. HALL.
6ia Manufacturer, 81ng Sing, N. Y.
Huntsvtlle, Ala., May 2d, 1882.
An old Georgia Gin Builder and Gin FITer wishes
to add his testimonial to Wood's Patent Gin Fil
ing Machine, who has followed the business for
upwards of forty rears, and used several different
machines for sharpening Gins. Wood's Patent
beau them all. G. T. OGLESBT.
Note -Any part of Machine can be duplicated
at our office. Files manufactured especially for
use of Machine. Price $1 .50 per dozen.
Address BARBKTT ft GKKSN, Prop's,
Care Capt. Jas. F. Johnston,
Jun29 Charlotte, N. C.
ALBEMARLE FEMALE INSTITUTE,
Full faculty. Healthful and beautiful location.
Thorough instruction. Terms very low. Session
begins September 20th. Order catalogue.
Prlnolnals- J Rev EUBANK, A. M.
Principals. w p DICKINSON. ,
The Guiteau Execution.
THE WASHINGTON WEEKLY POST will print
oa the Wednesday following the execution of
Guiteau ten or more cuts illustrative of tbe final
scenes, including correct pictures of tbe Assassin,
tbe Warden, Jail. Cell, Ga'lows, Hanging, ftc , ftc.
As desert pUve of one of the nutet memorable in
stances of American history it will be worth pre
serving .Copies will bs mailed, post-paid, on
receipt of three cents. Postage stamp is best to
send Ad-tress STILbON HUTCHIN3,
un29 St . The Post, Washington, D. C.
THE undenlgned would like to rent pasturage
for a cow. Apply Immediately.
fcn27 It A. Q. BRENIZKB.
Desirable Residence for Sale.
I WILL Sell at private sale, as agent for
B. T Wheeler, that desirable residence
lately occutted br 8. B. Meacham. Esq . lo
cated on Trade street, between the property of
Mrs. ben. t. j. Jackson ana uei. Jno. K. a own.
The lot fronts 98 feet on Trade street and rune
back 898 feet to 4th. On the premises are good
outbuildings, a small tenement house on the rear
lot, well of water, ftc. Terms Easy.
R. B. COCHRANE.
Jun28 lw - Agent
LOST yesterday evening, in Third street er on
the Air-Line track, a pocket ease of Surgical
Instruments red morocco cover. A liberal re
ward will be paid for the return of the ease to the
Jun27 OBSERVER OFFICE.
A new supply of goods, including .
HOSIERY, LACES, EDGINGS, LINEN COLLARS,
HANDKERCHIEFS, ftc., ftc.
Al-o FaUIT JARS, quarts and & gallons
C. M. ETHEREDGE,
V r: ty Uore, under Traders' Nat Bank.
HUGH W. HARRIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, .
Office on Trade street, nearly opposite Court Bouse.
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' BxnBnrcs h-1 st National Banki Charlotte, N. C
Balelgh National Bank, Raleigh, N a, Hon. W. P.
Bynum, ex Judge Supreme court North Carolina,
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Our Large Business necessitates very early prepara
Hons for the Coming Seasons, hence we are now making
extensive preparations for the Coming Falll
As we still have quite a Stock of SUMMER GOODS
and must have the room, we will offer our entire well as
sorted Stock for the Next Sixty Days at such
BHD UCEB and L0 W PRICES
as will leave no doubt upon the mind of the purchaser
that he has obtained
AN UNRIVALLED BARGAIN.
This is no sensational advertisement, but we mean busi
ness. Everybody is aware that our Stock embraces all
the needs of the people of this country and we can furnish
a complete outfit for both sexes and all ages. - , ,
Dry Goods Dealers and Clothiers.
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