Stye f)dribW bieriJtr : I"
S UBSC&lPTIWf RATES
w; mm tiikir. ( txmt-ixiid in advance.
Six Monti 4 00
WEEKLY EDITION '
Weekly, (in the eomty) in adwmei.
. 2 10
. 1 00
Out of the county, pottpaid,
Six MoMKt. . Jt.A l . ...v A . ; . .'. .
9" Libeni Reducttontjor CM.
ASHMKRES AND ALPACAS.
3nL Received another lot of aaperlor
i CASHMERES AND ALPACAS,
Ranging Jn Price from 25 cento id 6ne Dollar.
A Few Pieces of COLORED CASHMERES, all
Wool, of superior quality, at slxtr enta,;
Do not fan (p-see'bor.lJlAirJbeRae
buying. It will pay you.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Alt KINDS Of
A l ull Line pf
CHEAP BEDSTEADS I
CHEAP BEDSTEADS f
T.OI TOOTH 1
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
IW COFFINS of all kinds on hand. St
COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
. No. 5 West Trad Street.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
S" Ladle' and wtlemen' Burial Robes a
URKB NW N II TTTTTJ
UB BNK N H T 5
V RRR RER
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IN UN II
lit UN II
E. . ROGERS' WAREROOMS,
Next to PosTomcK.
3ly Stock is very, .and embraces a FulJ iJne of
PARLOR, CHAMBER, DINING BOO
,fr .iff ' r io
i i r
All Goods Packed Free of Cnargf
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About Forty pieces of
To 25 cents, worth 5Q ceitsrx yard. y AJso 80 or
40 pieces to 20 cents, wortb from
331 to 45 cents,
A lot of Dresfe-eoedi to Vs and 10 cents, worth
, i i t from 12 to 15 cents.
' THESE GOODS
t A1U8T BE SOLr I
1 Must be solU f
and if you want cheap goods, this is the place to
; ALEXANDER & HARRIS.
P. S. Our whole stock must be reduced, and in
order to do so will sell very cheap. i .
- -- ; aTTE '
L O A K
L O A K Q :
I have on hand a small stock of
HANDSOME CLOAKS, ''''
which I will close out without any profit Also a
'r, ' ' -i
to be sold before the season Is over. All shades in
Call and get some handsome Dress Buttons.
A Beautiful Line of
AT REDUCED PRICES,
A New Lot of
LADIES' AND GENTS' KID GLOVES,
fn Opera Shades.
Be sure and examine my stock of Nottingham
Laee Curtains, oef ore making purchases.
, ill, 4 .
'' T. L.EIGLE,
- Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C,
LADIES' CLOAK O.
B A R G A I NO
B A R G A I NO
OF Tfl E
S E A S O -T
3 E A 8 O IN .
fSt BirNDRED CHOICE LADIES' CLOAkC
Vnb hundred choick LADIES' CLOAK kj
: TUT RECEIVED BY EXPRES
r t Tim RECEIVED BY EXPRES
i 7f :! i ,
M ;- f
Which will be sold without reserve, at sacri
ficing prices. Don't fail to come and look at
o WEEPING REDUCTION of FORMER PRICE O
WEEPING REDUCTION of FORMER PRICEO
NOW IS TOUR CHANCT7
OW 1 Y0U CHAJCi
. H A A I
TO BUY A CLOAK FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFrp
0 BUY A CLOAK .FOR A.CHRI$TMAS GIF X
H A IT
P R I C T7
P R I C Hi
L IL MORRIS it BROS.
H MORRIS BROS.
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CHAKE0TTBrNi SUIMim JANUARY 12, 1879.
meyigmfffietii. .vi j.
Oometh'fhB 'night whereftf no man rniy habo ' 1 !
Therefore we, work while yet the day,is light; ;
To thee, tome, to foeman friend and neighbor,
' : Cometh the rilght-ithej night ' -mvx-x
Toll on, toil on, nor dally with the morning,
Sweet syren, couching in a thousand snares;
Faithless she flies scanty and brief her, warning
Leaving thee unawares. " " , ;
Then amorous breath of noon will tempt to pleas-i
- nre--::-'- 'S-i.-ii - s - -K : .
And ease and rest, until the heat be past; i
Arise and work! We have no time for leisure,
Whose sky is overcast.
Aye, overcast Though morn be sweet aha4 pleas
ant, ' '
And later noon shall offer fresh delight, ' ' r
He surely sees who looks beyond the present,
The shadow of the night '' :
Terrible night to those with task half ended,' i
Who revel carelessly through rosy hoursi ; :
Leaving the corn, the goodly cowl untendedj
to gather in tne nowers.
Which close, or droop, or' die, when eve advances,
And to the sorry harvest withered lies;
And phantoms of lost hope, lost time, lost chances,
. Out of the gloom arise. ,
Not so comes night to all. Sweet sleep ! ' wtllJ
aoenginen . , . ,-r , ., .,,
Toners with burden' of fiaropprest; '
To whn the evening shadows, while they lengthen
. .Bring peace and har,d, won; rest .. , r. , ;
And wounded fieet. all taavel stained and sore;.
euneet, au uicvci aiuot anu owe.
Welcome' the Wst, thrice welcome the awakeimig,.
Never to need it more. . i .i 1
Work. then, nor feel the strusrsle and the labor.
. For though, maybe, the.das yet seemeth bright.
To thee, to, me. to foeman. friend and neighbor, :
.CoVeth the night-the plght: ' ,
OpSEItVA'riO'N'S. , t.
Ayoting mancalls hlsglrli who ha promised tp'
marry blow ' puence," because.fne gives consent ,
The Philadelphia Tirtai lnqufres 'anrfoVBiy
whether the grave ,of the old year, is being watch- 'J
edf - s ' nf'i,-" T Jb.
"Tt is averred' that a sftve cent nJckeFcoste only a1
eent-nd a quarter, and they were legalized' for the
benefitDf the owners of a New Jersey nickel mine
, An Irishman tells of a fight la which there was-)
only one whole nose len in tne wnoie erowa, "ana
that belonged to the tea kettle."
It is said that Miss Fanny; Davenport, while re
cently playlngin Pittsburgh; Pa., engaged' herself
to marry -a well-known commission merchant of
that city. ,
"George, dear, don't you think It's rather extrava
gant of you to eat butter with that delicious jam?"
vNo, love, economical; same piece of' bread does
for both." Andreiv's American Queen. ; ,
Mrs. Daniel Webster, who still lives at Peiham.
N: Y., is a tall, cheerful, admirably preserved wo-!
manei -years oi ago, wnose learares, aanosome
still, retain, traces of great youthful beauty.-: ,
i In Turker the forehead of the cohvlcted author
ot a notorious falsehood is branded with a hot Iron.
If Eli Perkins lived in Turkey they would have to
banc coupons to him to accommodate all the tal
lies. Bridgeport Standard
The Terrible: , "Ma. is ladies i ducks?" Ma:
"Why no, Will ,, what in the world pat that idea J
into your head ?" Fa ( at the window) : ' ' w hoonee !
Willy, come 'ere quick and see these ye re dogs "
a-ngnun'. us' look at em, tnougnr
He Wanted a Paper.
It w hs a very solemn day last Satur
day, the streets as hard as a bone, the
ice five inches thick, all creation on a
freeze and our wood pile low. We had
tied up in a hard knot and were prepar
ing to roll inside the stove in order to
get warmY when footsteps were heard
at the door and he entered.
" Cold day !" : .
' Yes, sir," putting a hot rock in each
pocket and sitting on top of the stove
" the atmosphere is exceedingly frgid,"
we whispered. :
He said he brought wood to town and
was thinking seriously of giving sothe
wood for a paper. ' - ' ' "
"How big is your paper V he' asked.:
We told him we had known a horse
on muster day to be wrapped up in it
and kept in walking heat and that fre
quently it was big enough to go around
twice in a neighborhood of a dozen fam
ilies. He asked to see a copy, and as well as
we were able with a frost bitten foot
we hobbied across the office and Secured
him one. In all our experience in news
paper lfe it was the first time we ever
saw a man measure a newspaper; He
opened it, took it by the tip ends, upside
down, and held it out at arm's length,
his, head tucked to one sid andreye
cocked as if avaing at a squirrel, then
he asked : li How much do you sell this
paper at?"; We told Jiini two dollars: a
yard cash down, and he skipped out
murmuring that he could get one cheapo
er than that on long credit. So we
bowed him out. , -
- ' " i m i ,
A Hog Three Jffonflis Without food, feud Water,
, , and Still Alive. -i '
, Rock H1U (S. C.) Herald.
Mr. Joseph Miller; who resides -six
miles .north of this, informs , us that
about the middle of September last hei
missed a large pet hog tbat hekept-tt
his 1 horse lot. His repeated in'OJiixiea
ahd'cohtplaints aniohg'is tenAhts fay-j .
ed to elicit; the "slightest ' information
concietning, the fate Of theihog.',f;'i t
iy, aoout ine. miouie oi iasc moniin,;
when the hog had been almost forgot
ten, it - was ; reported to Mr. Miller ; one
day, by one ,pf-:his employes, that in
carrying straw, , frooi the barn-shfed he
-hadjQoioerUPoni something: that looked
like-' the back of the long lost hog Mr,
Aliller at one made , investigationahd
to his great; amazement: foimd his.;hog
imbedded in "the Jtraw, still i alive but
reduced, to the merest skeleton. f ,
' Early in September the barn-shed was
filled with wheat Straw, and fust after
the hoJwis bissed Mr. Mftler says Tie
remettibers seeing plaiik loose, and
naving it 'reniled; ori-the side of the
ihM near the grcAind. Through this
open'rhg' the Iiog Entered the' shed, buf-.
rowing his way far' in to the straw,- krtd;
being unable to turn, pecame, try tne
lateral ; pressure and superincumbent;
weight of the strjaw, stationai'y andief
fectuallv immisohedi ; .When renaoved!
the animars lankness was f that, char-
'J'i '15, I'll- 1-J. 1 -lij 1:
acr wnicn uiajM5,iiui aimgstia;xiurj.i
specimen of the jjta&U" razor bacla." Slor
several' days h, ? rejejed and staggered,
but by Judicious eedjng is nowodoiog
well. Prom thiswegiUimijt, theJnflui-!
ry, can a hog be starved? is not wholly
impertinent. ' ;P"-V4 v . 0
: '' s;'(,!-'fR!eklsimeSf' ,,Jlv'i
; As i .GoYi h Vance repassed by Diirkm
some time !sincea llag was seen flying
atop; of BlackweU's smoking tobacco
factory, with the motto, "Merrimon our
choicfrfoip Senator!? t Vance Was asked
if he fctieed iti "dTesr said ,he"I sav
At, but it 1 'Wits' justtSthihMhjg ' I'd rather
khew- iwhat sort of !a flag that Httte stOrte
aotmd fthe- cortteW iwas ' flyink." IThe
littleJsidre'was- kei by 'Sqiure Ahgieir,
who has kept 'Store? ' all his life and is
thought an awfollf desarViri , mart5 by
the couhtrt peoplfil fThey 1 air take him
their sassafras' ' and; dried 'frhil ' The
'Squire, we think,; is coat off antj Steels
a-kickirig for Vance, ' " ; .' ".. , ,
,Thc Worthii? f.the Tit';'
'j'5' ITarboro'$outhernerlJ .'f ,!,vvl'
'. The Washington'; Post. stoppe4 ex
changing with, The Ciurlottb.Ob
server for, exposiag its bogu3nterr
viewi ' ,"VVe, thinl??THB Observer, de
cidedly the most'? worthy of therto
papers. !.f :
GOING BACK OS HENDRICKS.
Indiana J)en?rcrat Hold a Caucus add Threw Up
Their HaU for JikJeni ?
ff t-'A '''. I '-
, . liecialttp the, peipi fisuea. r
Indianapolis, January 9. Indiana,
political' ciMes 'arfe 1 i6onsid0rably
disturbed ito-day ovef .- report !!of
tJie -caucus o about tbirty leading. Dem
ocrats from all parts of the State, which
took place at the Bates House, &njd J
wmcn is Known to nave expressea ae
icaded preference for Tilden over Hen--dricks
; as t the next eandidate for the 1
presidency. It was freely . asserted in ,
the conference that if Governor Tilden
could explain1 satisfketbfily the cipher
!, telegrams ihe would- be f ar niore avail-
, able, as a caixcudate than tus Indiana
favorite. Governor Hendricks has, met
with severe fuiancial Losses during the
p!Sw Pi' flo fur
nish' the sinews of war for a vigorous
national campaign; It was argued.
i8setfrfetMtli4ael snUnibffts mkS 'et-
pressed,i t&ej-jaiieusisi -Governor Hen-r
dricks friends feel-much chagrined at
,,hftreport? thai h,aTe : been circulated
, and call attention to the fact that hot
a i flw?cfiatMifrprn;i Indianapolis . waj
nreseni;atle-conferenti t -nil
Lliitd'Stat-Senatftraext wreek i&new
IfmmmimPQ afisuredd i tfLmt action i .ot
icqe! aiperent cat casesaeaves iitwe aoaot
jajhiWUl DQiCitosenidn the hrstl ,or
se.fionfl.i&aotj?.; -,-.11 : ..lom :.- .
teeri year oTdi4thbpefulw;carcie ihtQ,tQwn
somewnai; numeaiy ana stapea Tj ns
wiefe.wtfo was' his'gardisitO that he
hftd'stfebbed a negro, who 'died In Jialf
an fjour, ana pressed; nun to settle up
with Mir thitt he might eSQ$pebjr the first
train' JTne titifelia not being very ; niish
ttt the ."stafaps'' and ; harbouring a
slight twtokle- of suspicion tlould orily
prodtfee at the moment $lf)i , The young
diKciple 9f Cain boarded;the 'first train,
and was soon off for the; land'of Kod,;or
some other unknown parts:. The guar
dian of course would feel' an interest in
knowing the particulars of theT unfor
tunate occurrence, and repaired witb not
;un becoming' hast t6 the scene Of blood,
and ' south' leariled, 'its he ' partially sus
pected, it was a hoax. Young America
desired "to have a - goott time gerl
era'lly A - d ufjng. ' the Christmas,1 and
aimed in,' this, way to get Iris pocKets
lined' for the1 occasion. OT the' his
tories that ; are poilingfr the want of
use. - ';'-"
The Right Mmr-May He tt'io.
The balloting for Senator by the Leg
islature of North "Carolina will begin on .
the 21st inst We hazard nothing in
proposing w wager that the politicians'
of that State will be, busier, night and
dav. between this time and tiie result
I of the, electth;, than ever was any hen
with bue,or'w$hone hundred chickens. "
may we rignc man win, as we saiu ue
fore; which we rise to explain means
- tAtlanta Cbnsatutfon .
Mr. C. -M T. MeCauley, of Monroe,
Union county,; JNprth Carolina, writes
-to inquiriB if anybody in Atlanta knows
anything of One W. T. Askew, who left
that place in the fall to come hera
His family and friends are in deep dis
tress, ' having . pot heard froih .bini in
four Thohthg, Any information; will be
,,, . . . 0nrTtBrtt llle Ji
Depends In a great measure upon our regard for or
negtee t of the laws of health. If we obviate tnbra
we cannot expect to "make ld bones." flut that
the span of existence allotted to aftaturally delicate
constitution, or one which has been Bhaken by
disease may be materially lengthened, is fact of
which we hate daily proof- The vWfying' and r
storitlve Influence of Hostetter's Stomaich Bitters
upon a faffing- physique affords ft striking illustra
tion of the ' power 1 or judicious ! medication to
strengthen the hold on life. 'Restored1 digestion,
complete iaalmHalns-enoWJd appetite, sound re
pose, Uiesd hre'among the trefjefttfl eenferred upon
the debilitated by that supreme renovant With
a circulation enriched, a frame! invigorated, and a
nervous systeht tranQtailzed, i the Thvaild. after a
iconrse of &e Slttisra, feels that: his Ufe-tenure' is
1W longer the precafloBS thing that R was that he
Jmay yet enby if'greexi old age,"- n
kMrlnnfrtMtf Mat we ' live the work of destruc-
tlen tieVejcOases among what fe s!lOTtlrjcally call
ed fike.tlssuea". of which' our bodies are composed.
very moment, m we arei ui ueuij, mvakvi to-
tngTms aesHucmve proceaBuc u miuenuai
pacet - wnen toe wuu ion btw, mure igur i
elveq td thg blood and : nlHsculM JUhb than the or
dlnary wear.andtear of -existoace uses up. ; When
tan vftarit OTtae fails frnrti nnr cause, there ensues a
wasttogwayhfch;ff notJ arrested, ends in decay
anaaeatnt t iuysiciana ait aecinre mm wuu toese
symptoms of decline . set in, the only certain reme
oYlsCod.Liver ;oCW Their jjatients. with al
most equal unanlmftf, aiy that Cod Liver Oil is "so
nasty" they cannot take it The only resource left
Is to obtain Scott's Emujgiqn of the Oil with the
Hypophosphjtes of Jimeand Soda. .This is alto
gether free from disagreeable "taste and odor, and
is an unequalled tonicfoithe nerves and brain.
It makes no difference how many physicians, or
how much medicine you have tried, it is now an es
tabllshed fact that German Syrup is the only reme
dy which has given complete satisfaction in severe
cases of Lung Diseases. It is true there are yet
thousands-? of . persons who ' are predisposed to
rnrpai ana ijung asocuvus,: LuuBuuiywuii, nrau-
orrhages, Asthma tseve
Pneumonia, Whooping Cough,' &c, who
have no personal knowledge of Boschee's uerman
Syrup. ; To such we would say that. -50,000 dozen
were sold last year without one complaint. Con
8unipave try jtost-one otae. Regular size 75
cents, SoW by all druggists In America. , .
I iKet Medlelne toBt rfieilJ
The fall anQreaeaaobT8 the harvest
time of hacking eoughs'aiid debilltetlng forms of
Catarrh, Just as the later spring is the seed time of
malarial fevers.' To know a certain-cure of the
one, and a preventive of the other, is to have with
in our reach th most Inestimable blessing of the
period. . We do know of them, for these really mar
velous properties re combined In Scott's Emulsion
of Pure Cod Liver .Oil with i jHypoplibspltes .of
Lime Aiid Soda; ' " r -
There Is no form Of physical waste and prostrat
ed vitality, that a bountiful use ol: the Emulsion,
will not change, to glowing health, and full life' and
Vigor, and then it is nol a disagreeable medicine,;
but the most dellghtfulkiMd 6f food. '-
:! ! t-..t(n-v, ii inn,! M j
An Astonishing racti
tlJAiarge proportion of the American people are
to-day dying from theleffects of Dyspepsia or dis
ordered ttMerPiTbB iwsultof -these1 diseases upon
the masses of intelligent -and valuable people is
most alarming,! making- life actoally a burdea in
stead of ' a , pleasant Existence "of, enloyment Und
.usefulness as it ought to fee.! 'There is no good rea
son f or this,' if wu will only threw aside; prejudice
asd skepticism. take the-advice of Druggists, and
root friends, and try one bottle, of ,'Green's August
iloRJ ywHfispeedywlief' is eertaln. Millions of
botfjeaof ttiht iaedicihe have- been given away to
try ite.virtuea,Ith aasIwstarTrteineyaryeaaa.
Yo4cah pay a sample botUe, f6r .1Q eents to try.
Three doses will relieve -the Woi ease. 'PosiflTelr
-sold by all droasists on the Western Continent. i'
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
ing Syrup has been ued for children. . It corrects
nJrtitv o? the stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates
the bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, whether
arising from teetwng-or oxner causes. ; uux ma sua
sk Ii B:rh ii vi 1 1 i
CHEW&ACKSOrf&BEST SWEET JWTX
i-ii Ji,'0Laite(k4.)Tiedgefr'.' - !l;S l
Contemplating at an early day to make a change
... i , i
favorable circumstances, I haveeonciuded to re
selected out of my stock various complete llnesr
any sacrifice it may be to me, and consumers will
P. T W
that they will in this instance come to the eonclu
but cheap enough to lay Tip- for next winter.
OOO OO OO DUD oSSr
a go oo op pS8
O ..O OO OD 6880
O OOO OO OD DR g
OOO OO OO DPP BS8B
D R R T
500 Pieces, 25,000 Yards, Cretonne Prints, (ask
Pieces Bleached 4 4,
...OIL,, , OOO
00 00 V
55 00 00 X n
All my Ladles' untrimmed Hats, only 60 cts.
on the dollar. Boulevards from $1.00 to 83.00,
I would urge those owing me and desirous of
fUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS,
Another laige stock
And fine Fancy HOSIERY, at the lowest possible
Mrs QUERY'S of
U. a INTERNAL REVENUE, )
Collector's OflBce, 6th District, North Carolina, V
Statesvllle, December I2th, 1878. )
Seized for violation of United States Internal
Revenue Laws, on Thursday, December, 12th, '78:
One wagon, two mules and hamess,and three bar
rels whiskey, owner .unknown, i
. Notice is nerebv sdven to the owner or: claimants
of the above described property to appear before
me at my office in statesville, and make claim
thereto before the expiration ot thirty days from
date hereof, or the same will be forfeited to the
United States. ,. . . ., . J. J. mutt,
dec!4 oaw 4w
r : :
U.S. INTERNAL REYENUE, a 1
Collector's Office, 6th District North Carolina, V
Statesville-, N. C, December 26th, 1878. )
Seized for violation of United States Internal
Revenue Laws, on Saturday, December 27th, '78:
: tnules and 1 wagon and harness, one barrel of
whfekeyt the property of W, F Burns. ; ;
is nerebv ttlven to this owner or claimants
of the above described property to appear before.
me at my omoe in statesvuie, ana maxe eiajm,
thereto before the, expiration of thirty days from
date hereof, or the same will be forfeited: to the
UhitetfStatefc ' uj4MOTT,
ijJ.GYorjwo, m ,? j Collector. ;
OJCTOXICKOT SEIZURE. I U "-i.-
, i United States Internal Revenue, )
Coector'a Office. 6th District North Carolina,
j;;;(!;-BtealIlev N.'C, December 6tb. 1878. )
Sebwl for violation of United 8tates Internal
Revenue Laws, on Saturday, December 6th, '78:
Tea boxes Tobacco, as the property of J, F. Fare, i
Notice Is hereby given, to the owner or claimants
of the above described property to appear before
ma at mr office inetatsvllie. and fmake claim
thereto berore the explrauon
date hereof, or the same will
United State uifHSffi W
dec25 4w oaw
I tnmy oays nom
e forfeited to the
REMEMBER THAT A JTJST EXPENDrrTJRK
S If N
In the name and style of my business, and being-
. (' i,f "ii : ivy .i,- - ! .: 1 .
ouice my; present large stock, and this oan; lr
amounting to about: $60,000, which 1
tl OOO EKB .SSs
rr n ci v. 2 a
if 6 ' KB
II U U K
slon that " A Just expenditure Is a wise econom'1
M ftf If
M M M
u I.I. 1. 1.
"COR TEN DATS ONICT
r OR TEN DATd ONL X
for that brand and take no other) at 5c 25 Plec
as good as " Fruit of the Loom," at 8c. All ether.
picking choice. Silk Scarfs from 10c to 75c., worth
former price $1.75 to $6.00. Everything In the
keeping up their credit, to call and settle.
W. KAUFMAN 4 CCS.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Having 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
WE HAVE EVEB OFFERED,
ConslsUng of the usual variety of MEN S, BOY'S,
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE,
All we ask is that our Mends and customers
will give us a call, as it will be to your interest, and f
you win save xronr nneen o Twenty per cent on
your purchases. W. KAUFMAN 4 CO.,
. , Springs Coiner, Charlotte, N. C.
TOE WORLD'S STANDARD.
For Sale Also, j
PATENT ALARM MONEY DRAWERS
Coffee Mitts, Spice Milis, and Store, Fixtures Gene-
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The Improved Type Vrtter-
Oscillating Pump Pamps.
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doo only br oflering great mducernents, I hare
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and buy not only for present and early sprtrqrwe,
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ei, 2,600 Yards, Harmony prints at 4c. 100
goods In proportion.
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from 30a to $1.50. Dress Goods reduced to 60c.
Dry Goods line
at very great sacrifices.
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We are bound to sell, and will' sell. A call will
amply repay you.
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L. BERW ANGER 4 BRO
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Ware in great variety.
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are warranted of the best QuKA
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