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SUBSCRIPTION BATES ;
Daily, one year, (jxwt-JXJfcf) fr odwawt. .
One Month. .
WEEKLY MDFT10X l
Weekly, (in the county) in afomw., ......
Om o the'county, pottpaUL
Six jfoiUJU;.. i.V. v.. .,.
- - THS OBSERVER JOH DRPARTMRUT
Bat been thoroughly tupriiefc' ihAinterit' needed
Hunt, and with the LaieetSt T'Md every
manner p Joe Work can nou fedoM)ttJ Matrass,
ditgatch and (theapnest. We can ntrnith, at Short
BLANKS, BIlREJLDS, "
LETTER-BEADS, clM&S,"l 'ill 1
: , , i 'i PROGRAMMES, RAXIHBILLS
PAMPHLETSrMISCVLARS, CHECKS, C.
. 2 10
. 1 00
CHRTT JANUARY 23, 1879.
ii i j
QASHMERES AND ALPACAS.
Just Received another lot of superior
CASHMERES AMD ALPACAS,
Ranging In Price from 25 cents to One Dollar.
A Few Pieces of COLORED CASHMERES, all
Wool, of superior quality, at aim cents,
. worth $1.00.
Do not tall to see our LADIES' CLtXAKS before
buying. It wiil pay you.
ELI AS A COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
''i FURNITURE! ''L--
ovntyrvfj ' "'""-' w j:r,i, ,BElDINQ, 4C.
bIdDINO.&C ' BEDDING, Aft
BJS ' TUKNITURE t "
. ' TUKNITURB1 ;
CHEAP BEDSTEADS r
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
.PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS I
COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
er COKFINS of all. kinds on hand.
No. 5 West Tbadb Stbskt.
Ladlss' and Gentlemen's Burial RobeTJ
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OFFICE FUKNITUKE '
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WI HA VI THIS DAT
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About Forty pieces of
To 25 cents, worth 50 cents per yard. Also 30 or
40 pieces to 20 cents, worth from
. 33 Vj to 45 cents. fa2
A lot of Dress Goods to &i and 10 cents, worth
from VZVi to 15 cents.
MUST BE SOLT (
1 llluST BE SOLJJ f
and tf you want cheap goods, this Is the place to
' Very truly,
ALEXANDER A HARRIS.
P. S. Our whole stock must be reduced, and In
order to do so will sell very cheap. i
A LOT OF WHITE
A RBB l. KEKTTTT OO KH Tf
AA R RL TOONNN
AARRRL EK T O ON KM
AAA R RL R TO ON N If
A AR RLLLLRBR T OO K RN
For Skirt Protectors. A Lot of
Reduced to prices that will Bell them A good
stock of Gents' Merino Shirts and Furnishing ,
Goods. Still a few of those
at sacrMelng prtee. Dont fall to look at my Ho-
y. u li.'n .MBkwamd.Dress Battoria,
filve ma acallbetore purchasing., ..
!Wk; (. .':-.-' i.iic j- ..i ...fr.i.. :,-...:.
. '.':w.:tniitf : ! M ..T. L. BEIGLE.
Odd. (Hiariotte Hotel, Trjeo St., Charlotte, N. C.
Innffl ! .nllwri r.r.'t..'! i:'. (: I
T ADIES' CLOAKS: '
LADIES' CLOAK O
LADIES' CLOAK k5.
F 'TBI 8 B AS-O XT
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in!. !;'!; ti'i!::..: !
no a liTtm. rcbti3) bt kipbssc
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i Which will be sold without reserve, at sacri- :
s flclng prices.' - Don't fall fo eene and look at :
WON Of FORMER PRICEO
T10N of FORMER PRICE 0
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OW IS. YOUR lOTANCIp
OW IS YOUB CHAN
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jiiiri HJ KORRTS'& BROS.
H MOB&IB k BROS.
ra j ) itoij: ;;A , .aim
' TkCH( rkfiniiuiflMi;:!'!
'-y- . -l ..; p,ew York Sua.1 ; ,
"Come let us die; we can do no better!"
f Thus said the ehtef wKh a, sigh and a groan, ' .
'Haven't we felt the white man's fetter? ) ; - ;
: Don't we know how It eats to the bone? ,
"Why should we live to be starved and swindled,
Selling the graves of our fathers lor lies?
Nearly to nothing our people have dwindled;
. Offer the remnant for sacrifice! . - - 1 . 3
"Nothing Is left to us here but starvation,
Slaves of the conqueror's heartless will.
Hungry and freezing, the last of our nation,
Little remains for their rifles to -kill
Hark! an alarm! the sentries are calling,
Bee the scared creatures run out In the snew!
Yes, they are off, In spite of the corralling;
Children and squaws with the warriors go.
After them cavalry! Drive them and shoot them!
Now you have license to chase and to kill,
Surely if nothing but slaughter will suit them,
You should be able to give them their filL
Count up the dead! Are there children among
Blood lu their bodies was scarce, by the stain,
Some of our riflemen's bullets have stung them,
Well the poor creatures are out of their pain.
Women dead, too ? Not remarkably tender;
Yet, as we see, the squaw follows her buck.
Why did they go? Why don't they surrender?
Death Is, perhaps, the best part of their luck.
Cavalry keep tip the chase without tiring!
Chase the red wretches through snows and
When you are through with hunting and firing,
That Is the last of those tiresome Cheyennes!
George W. Childs has a 86.000 clock in his edl
Governor. Hampton Is one of those few orators
who can carry their stamp around with them.
CoL Fltzhugh, the blger man than old Grant, has
been elected doorkeeper of the Texas Senate.
Charley Backus, one of the best negro minstrels
on the stage, Is the son of a Baptist minister, but
as a burnt cork artist, he doesn't float on water, ex
clusively. - ;
"What's your occupation?" asked a vjsltor at
the capltol of a bright boy whom he met In the cor
ridor. The boy happened to be a page In- the
House. "I'm running for Congress," was the re
Some people are so averse to seeing others en
Joying themselves that they will go a block out of
their way to kick a pig, that they observe scratch
ing tta back against a corner of a bowen-rHacten-sack
Republican. j i
Indians are untaxed and are not voters. Hence,
when a lot of white men jump on a band of starving
Cheyennes and shoot flrty or a hundred of them,,
the country Is moved to tears as when a mob of
white men strangle a murderer down South. There
are outrages and likewise outrages. Baltimore
; We see that a man In Connecticut was allied the
other day, while trying to "board a freight train."
There Is reason in att theae things. Mo doubt
when the man took the fielght train otoard he
gave It salaratus biscuit, rye coffee and Strong but
ter for breakfast, and tough mutton three times a
week for dinner, till, lh a fit of dyspepsia, the
freight train rose up and killed him. .
When Barry Sullivan was playtng imleV at
Liverpool, a few days ago, a cat, came; Upon, the,
stage in the middle of the scene where the ghost
first appears, and insisted upon rubbing herself
against the ghost's legs. The house, , of, ourse
was convulsed, and the entire act was ruined.
A Compliment to VaDCe from a Merrimon Paper.
Gov. Vance carries with him into his
newly acquired and reponsible position
a large experience in political life,, and
extensive information aided by a mind
that for brilliancy is second to none in the
State, and very few,i any, in the nation.
His reputation is already co-extensive
with the whole country, and he
will upon his entrance be ranked
Among, the first of the , mf'any able
men in the United States ; Sen
ate. Every surounding is auspicious
for his senatorial career to be one, o
fame and usefulness. His election js al-
ready hailed with the greatest satisf ac
tion, by the press of other States, as well
as his own North and South. He is
just now in the prime of vigorous mental
and physical manhood, oeingf in his,
forfcy-ninth year, and cheered oh to en-r
ergy in his duties by the plaudits of his
party, both at home and abroad, he can
scarcely fail of making a record that'
will be honorable to himself, and , the
State he represents. He has been vic
tor and leader in some of the most
memorable political contests of his
State, and upon all occasions he has
filled the measure of public expectation.
No element of disorganization now ex
ists in the Democratic party.
WaAhi' gton Personal News Item. j
Wash. Cor. Richmond Dispatch.
The Attorney General of South Caro
linaia here in regard to the case of the
Richmond & Atlanta : Air-Line Halt
road, now before the Supreme Court?
the road claims exemption from taxa
tion in South Carolina under its char
ter. I hear upon good authority that
'Mr. 'Everts thinks that'Mr. Kayner's
decision in the Virginia gold cases,
which Secretary Sherman overruled,
was in accordance with law, itsenator
Spencer, of Alabama, whose term ex
pires March 4th, will go to the Blacjt!
Hills to reside.: : It is reported that'Mr.
Hayes relies on him to vote forthe'eon,i!
nrmauon or ms jmbw a oik. yium&
ments. Senator Conoveri whq goes out
of the Senate at the same time,: says he
means to.' make' Tlorida his peilnanent
Jwme, and desir? s to liv in peace and
friendship with her jpeopl&i He is yet
;qunra'ahV'i Mf. Blount of Georgia,
tion 'bills to be so far advanced -at . this
st?tge of the. session as !they ate now'
Judge K"elley is preparing; .speech on .
the financial history of the country
since McCullough was. Secretary! of the.
Treasury. The monument to; Jettearsoni
at Mpnticello will be commenced ?nexti
spinas. i: .'iin,:
The KeeefiT ffiartoW Convention It "Must Ac
. ' 7 1 i poippl&n Good. ' ' : "!,
Charleston News and CourierI ; ' 1 -
This is the whble st6ry. ' The' dele-1
gates had no personal or political -ends'
to serve, and who shall gainsay ttxem?
They are not Southerners, they are 'p.pt
jourrransis, xney are not peripatetic pqr
respondents. They are plain, hottest,
industrious citizens, wno nna ine same
consideration and kindness in the Sonth
that they enjoyed at home, together with
larger opportunities of rapidly improv
ing theiy,, condition. Moreover, what
they say agrees with what is said by
every ' Northerner of r character and
means wno nas come w ine oouin witn
oiitany idea.of living by politics. Lou
isiaDa nas many such men. So has Vir
giriai andso has.Soutk Carolina. ,!
. Some good must come of the Char
lotte conventdpn. The utterances of
the delegates will not reach those who
read only the worst class of Radical
journals; but the Democratic and inde
Denaenb uewisuamjia wm yuuuau mc
proceedings far and near, and, little by
little, tne trutn will Decome Knownv-H
Of Interest to the Soutlu
There is now being OATDd in Lynn,;
MaBs: a company of gnoemaKerSfj no:
propose to send- -eBafmtte-thrdugii(
the-Southern States stct find a location
in whlclito start'sl large shoe factory.
The company will consist ; of. about one
hundred shoemakers, with their f ami
lips Thev will each have a small Cat)!
tal tcCwork pgh, tii plcejtof I;
cation Vfilk De-iWnere mey rceiyi sne
most encouragement 'The1 wmrnittee,
wyirstgo to Texas,';M4 ftpmre
tnrougn tne oouuiern Dtatea..
( Register gives rather- a blae ac
count of the prospects of 1 this ! once
prosoerous city. It says, that in Janu-:
art. 1860. the cotton receipts to this
date "..were .490,01 oaies, ot .wpicir snip
ped thrp'ugh .toJTevr, TprTeari' 17,707
bales; in Mobile 45ay, same tlmei'seYen-ty-four
ships and barksi January 7,1871
the cotton receipts to this date were
207,699 bales'; of'wtnfch shipped through
to New .Orleans 157,453 bajes; in Mo
bile1 Bay safne 'tinie, .Bhieteari ships
and barks. January 4, 1879, cotton re
ceipts to this- date : 216.52L bales, -oif
which shipped through to New Orleans
91,005 bales,; in Mobile Bayy same-tinae
thirteen ships and barks' The Superior
advantages of New Orleans appear - to
be steadily 'taking the' orjffrnea?ce of
Mobile, pnd W?iatr' is not 'goings to! the
former' 1 city is moving' elsewhere by
railroads. 'The Register 1 advocates a
new arrangement of the; city debt, or
the giving up of the city charter. t ::
' ' CoDkliojsJif ro "he "Contested.
' LVis- Cdt'RWnmond'Dlipatch. ,i: '
, , li is stated W tMem'oj
crats nieiin to cohtestthe steaf or Cohk-i
ling in the- next Senate' on' vthe ' ground
that the present New York: Legislature
is not a legal one because there was no
Te-apportionmejiti required , by the
iPtifg memberi.. .
Winter VriVW (b? W&b ,Reass ' jfrqwi. t)w Aipji
GENEVAf4ari2a--6wing io the se
verity ofjthe.weather, the ' farests of the
Burnese Jura are infested with droves
of-wild boars, which sometimes are. so
hamerous as to def y -attacki., , The farms
are frequently attacked by wolves, and
nunareda ot , :onamois ; naye aesoenaea
into, the valleys in,1 search oft torn
.! ,' ,- f - .i , ,i ... ,.:
' (Mad on Two Accounj . , .
. j ; .Spartanba,(S. .) Hra)'d,.:7
i We are delightedthat Vance 4a elect
ed and also delighted that Merrimon ;is
beaten, "on aboount of. Ins coalition with
the - Republicans i to; defeat uVance in
1872; Merrimon has-been : shelved ,fqih
sever anrihedesetvesihis ifate - !
i j ' ,.r.i.i! .);. 1. 1 j i il i; i; j ii ; - ; ; ? j
TorpwMnaettoity at .the kidneys Is seriously
dangerous, thcjqrgans, Bfrfa the. jorecedent
of diseases jwiilch destro helr substance and, en
danger life'' hWsiuggSllness may be overcome
by stimulating them, pot excessively, but moderatie
ly. an iteet EroduceO. by ' Hostetter's : Stomach Bit
ers, a general' riyigotant '.and teraMte; fosses :
imrtetuft which this, Ad mlrkhlla' niedlclhe ' gives to
$heir;evacnaaxe fuacUoh cuiiteract$ any, tenoeoey,
tu (vmostion which mav ' exist ' In flielr tissues.
Both fte7'an4'ji;fsoe.ri ,6 bladder,
are invigorated as weU as genUy;slpulaied hy the:
Bttters. which exerts a kindred mauence.ppon tne
atomaclvllver and bowels, and :bystiengtiiehlng
the system, enables It to withstand malarial- pi -
demicsi t which when escposed it might ojherwlfc
SUCCUmtj. l.L . I.,-; ' '' ' '
, Why wUltH, :." -f :-
Allow a cold tedvance in your system and thus
encourage mqre exious maladies, .such as Pneu
monia, Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
Immediate ( relief can, 1 bo , readily attailjed.
Boschee's Gejanai , Syrup ; has , gained the , largest
sale itt tlw porld iqttbp cure pf Cftug Golds arid
tbft severest. Lng; ptlseasea,, lit s Dr. Bdschee's
famous TOaAprescripMon, and Is preparfed with
the greatest oaret and nojeaj needi be entertained
In administering . It . W the youngest child, as per
directions. , The sale of this , medicine : is. uprece
dented. Since first Introduced there has been a
constant increasing demaad, ard wttkout a single
reportotafalluieita do Rs work;Ja .any case." Ask
your druggist s to the truth ;of.; jthese.remarks.
Large size 75 cent 'TxS It and be Ooftyiftced. ( , "
' 'l! ! '!!, W1 I !..;-.. I ; ,. r
i i :WhaH200.ilia in Wall Street.
' August' Ififh,'lj?(8 It S; Webb, PHlla.,, Pa.,
vm)teJ(Iesrs.LawreneeA jCo., Bankers, N. Y :
"Dear Sirs: Tours containing remittance! for
$1,113.25, asi pwjflts ocroi aX) shares, Is received:
Accept my thanksfor I am very well satisfied, As
you request, you may use this letter. I would re
mmehd every One who feels disposed to speculate
to1 send for yonri fcircular.f This -Is hit on In
Ftance. put of .ftousandsj ,by .wfaich; the new cem
binaton, system, of dperatmg in stocks ehabjea peo
ple with.' large" or 1 small capital to make i similar'
ortsecuresll thd'advantagesiof the larg
est capita united with experienskiU. Fronts
monthly. $10 invested, returns. ffiO.br 6 per cent.
, Ohthe stock, $75 W-makSO, -sd on, ac
corffltig toflie ' market ' 1 Mtssts. Xawsence ft Co's
new circular (mailed free) has "two unerring rules
for success," and explains everything, so that any
one can operate profitably. All kinds o stocks
and honds ! watted (News Government loan sup
plied. Apply to Lawrence & Co., Bankers, 57 Er
change, N. Y. City. ;
i Y , .if,!- .'(
For .upwards of thirty years Sirs, Wlsslow's Sooth
ing Syrup; has, heen used 'for chndren. It corrects
acTtnty of the stemaeU,- nefietes'wlrid colic, regulates
the; bowels; raresnysentei7aii'd.dlanhoea, whether
. artslng torn -teethnoxther causes. An old and
.eu owje ydytf' ; :'..;.", j 7;,;
AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY.
HaVlhg 'niet With ' stich flattering success in the j
Wholesale (mdi . Retail Crockery business since I
6ij'.ia Myekvir, and froinithe faet thai I !
hate' received many : orders from merchants lu ;
prf' aob barolina, 'Georgia ahd Alabama, ;
I ain confident that my success Is certain.
:he above facts I have been compelled
to enlarge' my business a hundred per cent i
ifaf prices, &c All my wae I buy directly f r m the
Factories; therefore it , does not. )pasa thrdu t . ' sec-,
ond hands, and I am enabled to sell-: goods as low
as they an be bought at the NORTH. I
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Dinner, Tea and Toilet. .Sets we; make a Specialty.
We have much of this kind oi fiords. in stock at
. i . nil -: hi ,1 .,:' i ' lii
present, and in few days w will have, ni
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ii Diu; in. ..i j!i.;.i; iLiii'- 1 'ii'
TWEN.T Y-flEVENi VARIETIES OiF
i DECORATED CHAMBER TOILET. fiET$, . ,
Dinner and TeaSets In nearly the same proper-;
J .' I A
Uoru 1 0ar Rfe toll Shelwaa are complete filled : wQ)
'1 lajcgtj.'aftd 1 relfecMri?f Cbraa, Crockety
; "TliahkiTd J6if tpapfitinage,:&clil remain,
1,'iUi S'..li ,).lriiVHi.;t.l!i l''i i BjiK-)ili
i s,ii .-.jjani .k1 il. OBN,BOaKfTEli;',ifl
'ii i.f 'f..jii'if!.riii-i ) im ji -vnrirman iniriiHT ' n i"
-Jani'22, 1878 tnu ux .Ijiliasnod 1
anas jot.cuswnifir? irom -ciijj aaa. , wuywy)
ed. into , one , .Immense; sum jiad cooperated, as a
TiflrrrtvirididnaliaAcont.' Ea rnerfrber of the
TTTT - OO -T
L O S E
LO 8 E
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, , ,:, WB1 begin . the Grand Annual Closing"
; : f. I' '.:! ' '..!'. '.i.v.1'-..:! t
There will be a Grand Rush and we troU'i adrtso
: It will be tOjthe many A
.it i j j
And to others it will repay them to invest for fu
,ures,:we would suggest thl .plrular b )retaiierL ,
Tod can buy English' Fur and Whitney Beaver
i worth $ai and,$3bVat $24! Our. jpnejst Eng-
Peht ot20 Overcoats, terhbraelhg Wdrteds,' Cas
ii hi; : , -. -.: : .. )..: i.i')' i ..-f.,
; Brown Kelfortf, marked SlfiljS, aaliSO,
Our splendid heavy Chinchilla Coats worth the en
.;Wste, jrjinj brpitp'lsaiox),
away "Frocks and Vest, $20VS2i; S22and S2&50,
,mBt of C&ssimere Erook, and Back Suits sold
sntlre .Stocjk of.Casslnere Knts ranging $6.50
$&50 and $6.00, one , uniform price,. $400, TO
iMi ...... .
Will be saermced -Borne 300 pairs all wool Cassl
Jii-in:; 1 i j,, . : ..
i Hankerchelto at 25c : TO CLOSE OUT. A small
'u'r'rilieilerrno 'Underwear, worth $2 each Shirt
Our stock of Boys'
Will be arranged. In connection with the " Clearing
garments and other perishable goods, to be slsagh
In many Instances the quantity Is small and sizes
L O T ttl N G J
W. KAUFMAN A CO'S.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Having determined to reduce our stock, we now
oCer to the people of Charlotte and this section of
North Carolina, the largest, cheabest and most
beautiful and; well selected stock )
CCO L OO TTTT H H II KI? N GGO
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WB HA VI EVER. OFFERED,
Consisting of the usual variety ot MEN'S, BOTS,
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
fW C L O T H I N G ,
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
All wn aik In thftt rmr friend and' customers
1 give us 4 calL -as it will be to your, interest, and
you -will save from fifteen to twenty Mr cent, on:
your purchases. , T ; W. KAUFMAN CO.,
' Springs Comer, Charlotte. N. C.
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QORN AND WHEAT EXCHANGE, . '"'
Postofnbe' Addfeasv Charlotte City Hills
Parties having grain to grind or to sell will find
It to their inteKst, to.all on the.undersigned. Meal
ground either fine or MHe,ceordlng t order.
Thankful for former natronaee. I will give my
frompt personal attention to all orders from one
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HAYS A SELECT STOCK ' 'Io
Of WhnJ .anil Ground Rnlces,. includlnff Tells'
mixed splcesltry It and be convlncedjhat aiere Is
nothingnlcer. ' - U K WBJSTON & CO.
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Sale. of aU heavy; fabrh embracing, Overcoats.
' WINTER TJItDEB WEaB. '"' '
our friendsi to i call early, lairder . to enjoy the
WhrA have deferred purchasing, ; looking forward
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ture wear. Annexed we will give a schedule of
TcHlay wl begin the great distributing sale of the
. -r-E. D. LATTA A BBO.,f-
TO CLOSE OUT.
Overcoats, Satin l!ned, $40 at $29. Our Fine
land Casters, $30. at $25. Our Olive Brown Cas
ers, Granites, Chinchillas, without reserve, at $15.
at one uniform closing price, $1250.
tire season $l 0 $7.00, TO CLOSE OUT. Our fine
TO CLOSE OUT. Our entire magnificent line of
all at one uniform closing prioe,$18.00, TO CLOSE
readily the entire season, $15, $16 and $17.50, at
Our $10 and $12.50 COSSTMEBE SUITS, at $7.50,
TO CLOSE OUT.
$7 and $7.50 at one uniform price, $5.00. Our
CLOSE OUT. Our large ' variety of $4 and $4.50
-TO CLOSE 6UT-
mere Pants, $3, $3.50, $3.50, $3.75 at $2.50r to
assortment of the celebrated Starr Shirts In In col
and Drawers, will be sold at $9 per suit, TO CLOSE
and $1.00, at one uniform price, 50c
TO CLOSE OUrp
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Clothlng will be offered at prices lower than other
TO CLOSE OUT.
Prices" In our regular and desirable goods, certain
tered at less than half value.
few, and hi order to procure Just what your heart
CLOSING OUT SALE.
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We are bound to sell, and will sell. A call will
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Respectfully, . y, ,
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For Sale Also.
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PATENT ALARM MONEY DRAWERS,
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Coffee Mills, Spice Hills; and Store Fixtures Gene-
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Casslmere Suitings, and.
best advantages in selections as well as: bargains.
with solicitude to this
prices, and as our ;oods are marked. Ip. plain fig-
mammoth: stock of
Jessup Custom made garments, silk, sleeve lined,
tors,' silk sleeve, $24, at, $18. Ouj eoUre assort
Our attractive variety of Worsteds, Oxford and
Dahlia and Black English Worsted Frock and
English Worsted in Black, Brown and Dahlia Cut
OUT. The handsomest and mot attractive assort
one uniform, price, $ 1 2, TO, , CLOSE. OUT.
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immense assortment of1 CaimeTe' Paiits, $5,
Casslmere Pants at one uniform price, $3.00,
CLOSE QUT, Our remaining stecfc of , Ladles'
ore, -worth $2.25; at $l!oOi TO CL08E OUT.
OUT. Our entire Btock of Underwear, worth 75c. ,
merchants can buy them,
lines of Worsteds, in Coats and tests, odd broken
most desires. Call early, in the
E. D. LATTA & BRO.
ITTKCrWSKY 4 BARL CH
Beg to call your .attention, to the fact; that It is
their desire to give to out city a ' r :
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Where any and everythlug ithat Abe trade 6f our
community mayideslre, can be had. We shall make
It a point to remove the !necessfty ' Which some of
our people claim to have, been placed In to order
Goods from abroad, as we shall, always keep a
large, well selected 4&d , , , ' '
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AT OUR ESTABLISHMENT,
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. No effort will be spared, on pur part,to make our
Retail Department a Grand Success; aid we pro
pose to bring it gradually to such a" standard as to
make It'. "'' '.s-'" ''
' ' SECOND TO NONE" SOUTH.'
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Our MR. BARUCH will give his personal atten'
tion to this Department, and his. former success In
Just that class eBusiness, satisfies us. that our ef
forts in this particular will be: appreciated .by our
numerous friends arid (tomers -!'!'
We shall continue' to 'offer' tot tvi next 30 days
the remainder of. pur
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