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i Stye Charlotte Wtm& i
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h SVhSOklPTIOJS BATES ;
k Dafly, one year, (pott-paid) in advance $8 00
! BtaMmttm. ... 4 00
v One Month
.; 2 oo
X WEEKLY EDITION :
Weekly, In the county) t fldtxmw. a .'. . . . . . S2 00
Out of tle'county, postpaid, ...2 10
SixMonO 1 00
liberal Reduction Jor Chit.
AsnwintTca and ALPACAS.
just Received another tot of superior
CASHMERES AND ALPACAS,
Ranging In Price from 25 cento to One Dollar.
A Few Pieces of COLORED CASHMERES, all
Wool, of superior quality, at sixty cents.
Do not fall to see our LADIES' CLOAKS before
buying. It wiiipayyoa
ELIAS & COHEN..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
1IK ALKTR T1H
A LL KINDS OF
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS t
CHEAP BEDSTEADS t
" LOUNGES f
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
COFFINS of all kinds on band. -A3
COFFINS of all kinds on hand. ,
No. 5 West Tradx Street.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
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My Slock Is very Lar, ; and embraces a Full L.ine of
PARLOR. CHAMBER, DINING BOO
C"' All Goods Packed Free of Change
DRESS D O O D S
"yyTK propose to close oat oar entire stock OJji
Black and Colored Cashmeres,
Fancy Dress Goods, Bepellant and Water Proof
Goods at once. Real bargains will be found in the
above lines, and you are Invited to call and see our
stock. We have also a very large stock of Ladles'
which must be reduced, and we will offer bargains
In that line.
Call on us for Kid Gloves, Buttons, Flan
nels, Ruffling for the neck, Shawls, Towels, Table
Linens, Marseilles Quilts, etc., etc.
tS The best Corset in the world for the money.
ALEXANDER A HARRIS.
P. S. An elegant line of Cloaks Just receiv
ed. A. A H.
Call and get one of those handsome Cloaks that
I am now closing oat very cheap; also some of
those nice silk, lace and hemstitched Handker
chiefs; lam also selling very cheap a beautiful
Black Spanish Lace Scarf; be sure to ask to ask for
those pretty White and Opera Kid Gloves, both for
gents and ladles; a large stock of fancy Hosiery to
I be closed out very cheap; a new lot of nice black
Cashmeres Just received; a large lot of Fancy
To be sold very cheap; a new lot of splendid Blan
kets, at prices to suit the times, and the most beau
tiful black Silk Fringe: Just received; also Worsted
Fringe In all colors. J
You can Always be supplied with the nicest Dress
Buttons that are to be found tin the city; a large lot
of Shawls and Balmoral Skirts for the cold weather
Remember I always have a large assortment of
Corsets, all sizes and prices; Knitting Cotton and
Germantewn Wool la all colors. , A
Call and get a sntt of clothes off of our Charlottes
ville Casslmeres that you cant wear out; also Just
received a large lot of the splendid Reglna Um
brellas. My stock of Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats and
Caps always complete and. at prices to suit the
times. Respectfully,, '
v T. t. SEIGLE.
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon si, Charlotte, N. C.
LADIES' CLOAK C
THE GREATEST B A R G A I NO
HE GREATEST BARGAI NO
OFTHS 8 E A S O AT
F THE 8 E A S O 1 .
ONI HUNDRED CHOICE LADIBS' CLOAK Q
NB HUNDRED CHOICE LADIES' CLOAK ij-
TC8T RECEIVED BT EXPRES
VST RECEIVED BT EXPRESl
: Which will be sold without reserve, at sacri- :
: ficlhg prices. Don't fail to come and look at :
SWEEPING REDUCTION of FORMER. PBIOBQ'
WEEPING REDUCTION of FORMER PRICE O
NOW fSOUB CHANCT
OW IS YOUR CHANCXY
TO BUY A CLOAK FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT
O BUY A CLOAK FOB A CHRISTMAS GIF X
AT .' H X Lr ,'P ft I C.TJV
T ,H;lLf PBIC XL.
'Wilt ' rr unnnin t. H1U
.' ."lima JlVWHaaoaua
E. E. Hale In Sunday Afternoon.
. - i
"In de morning T's gwlne away
No one tar pity me .
"You can't get lost In de wilderness;
Dart a little candle In your heart
"Beat back, beat back, de power ob hell,
And let God's children take de field.
"I left my home to sing and pray;
I trust ole Satan will go away.
"Walt till I gits on do golden shoes;
IH run 'bout Hebben an"ear de news.
"De gates of Hebben am opened wide,
De angels throng en eb'ry side.
"Car me fway and let me go ;
Don't wan' be left behind;
"See Jesus sitting in de chariot wide;
Two white horses side by side.
"Oh keep your shoes upon your feet,
And you shall walk In de golden street
"And if I iblow my lungs away-'
I'll have 'em again on de Judgment day."
A little" girl of our acquaintance calls her Impecu
nious lover "Life," because he is "short"
' Sixty-two per cent, of negro blood, according to
the Llbcrlan courts, entitles a man to rank as a ne
In Paris, when any one in the theatre laughs
heartily, the rest ef the audience put on great dig
nity and cry 6ut: f "No Joke I No Joke! He laughs
Out In Nebraska, when two good men want the
same office the caucus decides in favor of the one
who has a door-plate on his front door. Detroit
It Is rumored tfeat Mme. Anderson, the pedes
trienne, substitutes a twin sister during the middle
watches of the night to take her place on the track
while she is getting a long nap.
Last summer when the hot wave from the West
struck us so violently we felt as If we'd like to go
out and shovel tea feet of snow off a neighbor's
sidewalk, and not charge him a cent We don t
feel that way nowi SorrisUnm Herald.
If people would only keep their mouths shut re
garding other people's business, what a vast
amount of trouble there would be spared in this
world but what lots of people would be thus
thrown outif employment Elmira Gazette.
Charlotte Bronx's piano is advertised for private
sale In England.; Its authenticity Is guaranteed,
and it Is stUl In geod condition. ;
A Boston physician of very large practice says
that he has never known it to be so sickly in that
city as now.
A Chicago paper propounds a conundrum as fol
lows: "When a man bets that corn, or wheat, or
barley, or pork w&l go up or go down, in what does
he morally dtffenfrom the man who bets that the
ace will lose oc tb king will win f We give It up.
It has been decided to present Mr. Gladstone
with a sliver axe & his sUty-nlnth birthday, which
will take place on the 29th Inst The axe will be
of solid silver, with an ebony handle. A public
subscription has Ibeen started in England to pro
With his little, ttut keen razor, 3. P. Thomas,
proprietor of the ILindell house barber-shops, had
accumulated $30j000, but he made a much more
successful shave when he married a girl worth half
a million more. Now they call him the richest col
ored man in St. Louis.
THE1 RAW-BONED SAG.
He is Laughed at by the Hoie Trader?, but
Makes Them Open Their Eyes.
From the Des Moines Leader.
Horse traders were surprised in this
city a couple of days ago because a
horse which ' they refused to buy at
twenty-five dollars trotted under 2.50
and made a couple hundred dollars for
his impecunious-looking owner. Graves
and a few others were standing out at
the corner of Third street when a rustic
appearing chap drove up in a rickety
ng, patcned-up harness and banged
wagon. Two horses were ; hitched in,
and one of them seemed about ready to
lay down under a load of "ears and
short grass. This horse the fellow tried
to selL He was very hard up and want
ed to dispose of him th&.worst way In
his recommending he did not forget that
the old horse had "go" in him. But the
lookers-on didn't think that ;plug could
go, and some f them were rasfr enough
to bet he couldn't go a mile in four
minutes. They put up money on it and
kept betting on time clear down to 2.50.
The owner thin wanted to bet five hun
dred dollars his horse could make a
mile on our track in 2.25.- The exceed
ingly wily horseman in the crowd got
scared about this time and refused to
invest any moire money, preferring to
see how the od nag could go. They all
adjourned to the fair grounds where
rusticus, hitched to an old sulky, drove
around a few itimes to limber up, and
then got the word "goF Away he went,
like the wind,; in a cloud of, dust by the
stand and down the first quarter; past
the half mile in 152, and never skipped
as he came down the home stretch and
Eassed under the wire in 2.50. ; The boys
aven't got sO;much monev a.they had,
but they found out something.
Average Decrease f Children in American Families
jg Baltimore Sun. 1
Is ifrue thjat the old Puritan stock
of Massachusetts is dying out, and that
in a few years the Old Bay State will be
given over to eitizens of Irish, English,
German and French-Canadian extrac
tion? It would seem so. The London
Medical .Timis and Gazette ,has been
commenting on some statistical papers
by Dr. Allen, of Lowell, Massachusetts.
The London reviewer comes to the con
clusion that trie birth rate of New Eng
landeitf corresponds very nearly to that
of France, which shows a smaller an
nual percentage of births thari any oth
er country of fcuroper Dr. Allen shows,
from comparative tables, that the aver
age number of children to each family
in Massachusetts has been diminishing
through several successive generations.
He ascribes this change in part to the
undue development of the intellectual
faculties. He shows, moreover, that
the number of children in each family
among the foreign-born population is
double that-of fthe native born. Other
State's of New (England show 'a similar,
decline in thei number of children to
each family. But surprising to some as
such statements may be, the difference
between Massachusetts or New Eng
land and other of the older settled States
is only one of degree. In New York
city the average of children is only three
to a family. In other cities on the At
lantic seaboard we doubt if the average
is much nignef. Physical condition has
much to do wifch this decrease, and the
wear and tear K)f active lives in pursuits
that allow of po cessation.
A Forced Tribute.
London Truth. 1
I have worn American cotton for my
.shirts more than a year. I ' told my
shirtmaker wlaere to get it. He abso
lutely .knew nothing about it, 1 It wears
better than English, and is more hon
estly made better cotton, I believe,
Up to last spring I believed that Eng
lish piano fortes were the best in exis
tence. But hiving to buy a flew one I
chanced to her an American instru
ment If was so pleased with them that
I bought two-a grand and , 4 cottage.
They are far fir.er and more: brilliant
than the. English maker's of whom I
" bought my f orimer grand. The mechan
ism is perfect and they show Ithat Eng
lish manufacturers have madecomparar
tively . no progress during the last
twenty-fire years. America cutlery
is, I hear, being sold in Sheffield, In
f act, we are being cut out every where.
N. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY, 2, 1879.
There will be a half dozen colored
men in the next Texas Legislature.
Ex-Governor Bullock, of Georgia, a
Republican, says that the nesrroes in that
State now vote the Democratic ticket
and enjoy equal rights with the whites.
There are twenty-nine lawyers, thirty
seven mechanics, thirty-six merchants
and thirty-three manufacturers in the
newly-elected Massachusetts Legisla
ture. Poughkeepsie, N. Y wliich gave a
large Republican majority at the gene
ral election in November, has recently
elected a Democratic mayor by a good
Congressman-elect Gilbert De La
Matyr; the Indiana greenbaeker, has
written a long letter to show that there
is ample warrant in the Bible for the
infliction of the death penalty upon
A call has been issued for a State
convention of the National Greenback
party of Kentucky in Frankfort; on
Thursday, March 20 next, to nominate
candidates for the State offices to be
filled at the August election.
New York has had the Secretary of
State uninterruptedly since March 4,
1861 ; has also the vice-presidency at the
present time, and has had the Demo
cratic nominee for the presidency for
the last three terms in succession.
Mr. Edward McPherson authorizes an
unqualified denial of the report that he
authorized the statement that Blaine
and Conkling have agreed to "pool their
issues" in favor of Grant for 1880. He
has said nothing of the kind. The story
is a pure fiction.
The Washington correspondent of the
Louisville Courier-Journal asserts that
Mr. Blaine is working very hard to have
Gen. Grant put on the army retired list
in order that the general may thus get
the reputation of being what the cor
respondent calls "a laid-aside public
Governor Zbbulon B. Varce.
Knoxville (Tenn.) Times.
There is no other name among the
many of those who battled for the cause
of the South, and who have since firmly
defended her rights, which carries with
it, at least to the young men of the
Southern States, so much enthusiasm
as that of the present Governor of
North Carolina. Gov. Vance had been
a firm and decided Union man, and had
opposed secession with all his ability ;
many in this section still remember his
soul-stirring eloquence in the campaign
of 1860; but when his State was declar
ed out of the Union, he raised a regi
iment and went to the field. A seat in
the Confederate Congress or ajudgship,
out of danger, might easily have been
his, but he chose the other course. From
his place at the head of his regiment he
was elected Governor of North Caroli
na, and in the most difficult position of
any Southern Governor, he maintained
the honor of the State and at the same
time protected her citizens in their
rights and liberties. Through his efforts
was inaugurated the State ownership in
blockade runners, which caused the
North Carolina soldiers to be the best
clothed in the Southern army. Gov.
Vance was elected to the United States
Senate in 1870, but was refused admis
sion into that body for the alleged rea
son of his war record, and after ineffec
tual effort he resigned, and Hon. M. W.
Ransom was eleeted. In 1872 Governor
Vance stumped the State to aid Judge
Merrimon in his race for Governor.
Judge Merrimon was beaten by a small
majority, and came before the Legisla
ture for the Senatorship. Gov. Vance
by a large majority received the nomi
nation of the Democratic party, but
thirteen Democrats boiled, and with all
the Republicans, elected Judge Merri
mon Senator. lie has nearly served out
his tex-m there, . with what acceptability
to his constituents .we are not aware;
but it would be natural justice that in
the present race for Senator in North
Carolina, that,.,naving enjoyed these
honors for six years, he should give
place to one who worked so faithfully
for him in 1872, and who has ever been
ready to rally .to the help of his party.
In every canvass from 1868 to the pres
ent, Gov. Vance has ever . been ready
with act and speech to aid the Conser
vative party, and to him mainly is due
the fact that North Carolina has a Dem
ocratic Governor and was carried by
Tilden and Hendricks. It is doubtful
if anyone else could have beaten the
popular and plausible Settle.
The Old North State Is our neighbor
and from her we have received some of
the noblest men Tennessee has honored,
and without presuming to dictate, we
would suggest that her Legislature can
fiend no nobler Senator to the halls of
Congress, no one more ready in debate,
quicker in repartee, and whose mind,
by careful study in the -prime of life,
has been stored with more useful in
formation, no one more likely to reflect
honor upon his State and section, to
maintain their rights and obtain "'relief
for their necessities, than Zebulon Baird
Vance, who, as statesman, soldier, or
politician, has ever been ready to act
a 1 i-i . 2. i e i . : . 1
nu ptwK earuesuy in uie cause ui ms
State and country. To those .who work
in the heat and burden of the day should
belong the honors and the rewards.
fSt Louis Globe-Democrat J
Judge Gottschalk yesterday sustained
the motion to set aside the nonsuit in
the case of Waite against Crawford.
The suit is for damages to the child of
the plaintiff, caused by wearing a pair
of striped stockings purchased of the
defendant. On the trial there was evi
dence tending to show that the stock
ings were poisonous by reason of the
dye used to give them brilliant -colors,
and that the newspapers had published
reports of the death of children occa
sioned by wearing similar stockings.
The plea'that the defendant was ignor
ant of the dangerous quality ot the
stockings was met by the proof that he
took the Globe-Democrat, and ought to
have known everything; and the fur
ther fact that, when he heard that there '
; was death in the stockings, he sent all
he had to an auction-fiouse, and sola no
more of them at his store. It was not
shown on the trial that the-defendant
was not the manufacturer of the strip
ed stockings, and under the instructions
of the court the plaintiff took a nonsuit.
The judge now says there were facts
introduced at ttte trial that should have
been submitted to the 'jury, and he
therefore sets aside the- nonsuit and
grants a new trial.
Matinf a Mart ' ' ;
A few days since the fact Was prac
tically demonsrated in this city, that
a redhot stove will leave its mark upon
any one who takes it for an ottoman,
In thes case the mark left was "patent
ed, 1872," and it is said to be indelible.
WILL CUBE RHEUMATISM.!
Mr. Albert Crooker, the well-known druggist and
Apothecary, of Sprlngvale, Me., always advises
every one troubled with Rheumatism to try VEGE
TINE. BEAD HI3 STATEMENT:
Sprlngvale, Me., Oct 12, 1876.
Mr. H. R. Stevens:
Dear Sir Fifteen years ago last fall I was taken
sick with rheumatism, was unable to move until
the next April. From that time until three years
ago this fall I suffered everything with rheumatism.
Sometimes there would be weeks at a time that I
could not step one step; these attacks were quite
often. I suffered everything that a man could.
Over three years ago last spring I commenced tak
ing VEGETINE and followed it up until I had tak
en seven bottles; have had no rheumatism since
that time. I always advise every one that is trou
bled with rheumatism to try VEGETINE, and not
suffer for years as I have done. This statement is
gratuitous as far as Mr. Stevens Is concerned.
Yours, ALBERT CROOKER.
Firm of A Crooker 4 Co., Druggists & Apothecaries
HAS ENTIRELY CURED ME.
Boston, Oct, 1876.
Mr. H. R. Stevens:
Dear Sir My daughter, after having a severe at
tack of Whooping, Cough, was left to a feeble state
of health. Being advised by a friend she tried the
VEGETINE, and after using a few bottles was ful
ly restored to health.
I have been a great sufferer from Rheumatism.
I have taken several bottles of the VEGETINE for
this complaint and am happy to say It has entirely
cured me. I have recommended the VEGETINE
to others with the same good results. It is a great
cleanser and purifier of the blood; it is pleasant to
take and I can cheerfully recommend It
JAMES MORSE, 364 Athens street
RHEUMATISM IS A DISEASE OF THE BLOOD.
The blood in this d'sease is found to contain an
excess of flbrim. VEGETINE act by converting
the blood from Its diseased condition to a healthy
circulation. VEGETINE regulates the bowels
which is very Important In this complaint One
bottle of Vegetlne will give relief; but, to effect a
permanent cure, it must be taken regularly, and
may take several bottles, especially in cases of
long standing. Vegetlne Is sold by all Druggists.
Try it and your verdict will be the same as that of
thousands before you, who say, "I never found so
much relief as from the use of vegetlne," which is
composed exclusively of barks, roots and herbs.
"VEGETINE," says a Boston physician, "has no
equal as a Diooa puriner. Hearing of its many
nuuuenui cure, mier ower remedies naa lauea, i
visited the laboratory and convinced myself of lis
genuine merit It is prepared from barks, roots
and herbs, each of which is highly effective, and
they are compounded in such a manner as to
produce astonishing results."
NOTHING EQUAL TO IT.
South Salem, Mass., Nov. 14, 1H76
Mr. H. R, Stevens :
Dear Sir I have been troubled with Scrofula,
Cancer and Liver Complaint for three years. Noth
ing ever did me any good until I commenced using
Vegetlne. I am now getting along first-rate, and
still using the Vegetlne. I consider there Is noth
ing equal to It for such complaints. Can heartily
recommend It to everybody. Yours truly,
Mrs. LIZZIE M. PACKARD,
No. 16 Lagrange street
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetlne Is sold by all Druggist.
DR. C. MCLANE'S
-SYMPTOMS OF WORMS. -
The countenance is pale and leaden colored,
with occasional flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks; the eyes become dull; the pu
pils dilate: an azure semicircle runs along the
lower eye-lid; the nose is irritated, swells, and
sometimes bleeds; a swelling of the upper lip; oc
casional headache, with humming or throbbing of
the ears; an unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, particularly in the
morning; appetite variable, sometimes voracious,
with a knawlng sensation t)f the stomach, at others,
entirely gone; fleeting pains in the stomach; occa
sional nausea and vomiting; violent pains through
out the abdomen; bowels Irregular, at times cos
tive; stools slimy; not unfrequently tinged with
blood ; belly swollen and hard ; urine turbid ; respira
tion occasionally difficult and - accompanied by
hiccough; cough sometimes dry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with grinding of the
teeth; temper variable, but generally irritable, dec.
Whenever the above symptoms are found to exist
DR. C McLANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form; it is an innocent preparation, not
capable of doing the slightest Injury to the most
The genuine Dr. McLane's Vermifuge bears
the signatures of C. McLane and Fleming Bros.
on the wrapper.
DR. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all the Ills
that flesh is heir to," but in affections of the liver,
and in all bilious complaints, dyspepsia and sick
headache, or diseases of that character, they stand
without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used preparatory to, or
after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar coated. ;
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid with the j
impression Dr. McLane's Liver Pells. 1
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C McLake '
and Fleming Bros. I
Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. McLane's
Liver Pells, prepared by Fleming Bros., of Pitts- !
burgh, Pa., the market being full of imitations of j
the name McLane, spelled differently but same '
In consequence of the reduction in the price of
the original cost of materials, and in order to give
my patrons the benefit of the reduction from and
after this date Photographs will be taken at my
J. H. VAN NESS
R. A. W. ALEXANDER,
OFFICE OVER 1h R. WRISTON & CO'S
' With 25 years experience I guarantee entire
satisfaction Janll 2
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H OOL II D D AA T T I"8
HHH OOL IIDDAATT "SS
H H O O L HDD AAA T a
H H OO LLLL II DDD A A T BSSS:
GREAT REDUCTION OF ALL FANCY GOODO
REAT REDUCTION OF ALL FANCY GOODO
SUITABLE FOB HOLIDAY PRESENT O
UITABLE FOB HOLIDAY PRESENT k5
SCARFS, ALL SHADES,
FROM 25c to 75c,
WORTH 50c and $1.50.
TO BE CLOSED
. LESS OF COST.
A T REDUCED PRICED
J T REDUCED PRICE C
100 CLOAKS AT REDUCED PRICE C
00 CLOAKS AT REDUCED PRICeO-
W. KAUFMAN A CO'S.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Havine determined to reduce our stock, we now
offer to the people of Charlotte and this section of
North Carolina, the largest cheapest and most
beautiful and well selected stock
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O L O O T HHH U UK If O
OOL OO T H H II N If If G OO
OOO LLLL OO
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WE HAVE EVER OFFERED,
Consisting of the usual variety of MEN S, BOY'S,
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
All we ask In that ntir friend nrwt mt&tnmara I
will give us a call, as It will be to your Interest and i
.ah aHll onirn Mftum .... .uin, am
your purchases. W. KAUFMAN CO.,
Springs Corner, Charlotte, N. C.
UST RECEIVED BT EXPRESS,
Another laige stock
HATS, CO KTS,
And fine Fancy HOSIERY, at the lowest possible
: 9 ' -
Mrs. yUKtrS jg
TSJt O&SEMVMM, JOB DEPAJtTMEMT
fr tfJot Work eon m$ 6t done vuk neatnetS.
dUvatch wd cJwapmtM. Wt m rmrmth, t Short
notice, - - -
BLANKS, StUr-HXAHS, .. , W
TAS3. RECEIPTS. FOSTEJta,
. PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS; SO.
VQ 0O&8f XtttUiUQf Set.
IMPORTANT TO PiBIX CS
MPORTANT TO PAREN &
BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
AT NEW YORK COST.
A BIG STOCK
ON HAND OF
SUITS, FINE DRESS
SUIT8, YOUTH'S SUITS
OVERCOATS AT CLOSING PRICES.
In fact we will sell our eomnlete stock now
at such low rates that It is within reach of every
L. BERW ANGER ft BBXX,
Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
N, B. We are selling a fine White Linen Boom
Shirt, laundried and ready, for wear, for the low
price of $1.00.
OUTH'S and BOT
LEFT, WHICH WILL BE SOLD
REGARDLE8.1 .OF COST,1
J. 'VOTER'S 0
-"tORN AND WHEAT EXCHANGE,
It to their interest teeall on ttevndefslpMd, )toal yr
ground either fine or sxse. according foj order.. v
.Thankful lonnsr ;pato&age7TT wlBj f "l? -'
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" ROBERT D.GBAHAM.