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J;;:; CHAKtQTTE, Nw C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1879.
NO. 3,088;
VOL.iXX.ii
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liberal TitOuctiontfor Club.
' LETTER FROM WHITiKER'S.
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CASHMERES AND ALPACAS.
Just Received another lot of superior
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,
worth $1.00. ;
Do not fall to see our LADIES' CLOAKS before
p f 4
buying. It will pay you.
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ELIAS & COHEN.
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UBGESS NICHOLS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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ALL KINDS OF
FURNITURE! ua-u
BEDDING, AC . ! ; BEWNG,4a
BEDDING, AO. "' " BEDDING, &C.
FURNITURE! -
FUKNITURB! - .
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
LOUNGES!
LOUNGES!
LOUNGES!
LOUNGES!
LOUNGES!
LOUNGES!
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
tW COFFINS of all Unas on hand.
COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
No. 5 West Trade Street.
CHARLOTTE, N. C
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Burial Robe-a
line supply.
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DRESS GOODS
To 25 cents, worth 50 cents per yard. Also 30 or
40 pieces to 20 cents, worth from
S314 to 45 cents.
A lot of Dress Goods to 8V and 10 cents, worth
from 12 to 15 cents.
THESE GOODS
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and If you want cheap goods, this Is the place to
get them.
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Very truly,
ALEXANDER ft HARRIS.
P. S. Our whole stock must be reduced, and In
order to do so will sell very cheap.
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For Skirt Protectors. A Lot of
DRESS GOODS,
Reduced to prices that will sell them. A good
stock of Gents' Merino Shirts and Furnishing
Goods. Still a few of those
HANDSOME CLOAKS
at sacrificing prices. Don't fall to look at my Ho-
- siery and Dress Buttons.
Give me a call before purchasing. .
' T. L. SEIGLE,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon at, Charlotte, N. C.
Jan 19
T ADIES' CLOAKS.
JLiADEES' CLOAKS.
LADIES' CLOAK C.
LADIES' CLOAKO.
THE GREATEST B A R G A I NO
Hi 6 B-E A T E S X B A R G A INVD
OF THE Sli80T.
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SWEEPING REDUCTION Of FORMER PRICED
WEEPING REDUCTION Of FORMER ERICEp
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, - i . IHartford (Wmsoa
When I mad a visit home,
And stole up stairs, good fortune leading, ,
I saw, er rather thought I saw,
My sister In the, study reading, .
With noiseless tread I forward crept,
With schemes of mischief most imprudent;
And leaning o'er the arm chair's back, j
I softly kissed the gentle student '
She turned to fly with burning face, " ' '
As if a brother's kiss polluted
Rapture! Twas not my sister Lu,
But Cousin Amy Pd saluted.
Of course I then began to beg V
She would excuse my haying kissed her;
; Protesting that, upon my word,
j . I really thought It was my sister. '
A conversation followed next, i '
Whose theme, be sure, was not the weather;
And then a very blissful pair
Seated well, rather close together.
And Amy with her roguish way,
When for the second time I kissed her,
Said, archly looking up to me,
"Are you Quite sure it's not your sister?"
OBSERVATIONS.
It takpn a mtv flAnl nf mint tn bill a. woman lust
after she has got a new seal-skin sacque. :
There is a youne lady in this city who eoes by
the name of "EarthQuake" among the boys, be
cause she has shaken so many of them. Toledo
Commercial. , .
The compositor who knew more than the write1
and ruled out the phrase, "The boy Is father to the
man," as nonsense, changing it into "The man is
father of the boy." Is in search of a new situation.
Boston Transcript,
Would the son of the President of the United
States be a prince in the foreign country?" asks a
subscriber. Well, not exactly. He might be a
monarch, though, especially If he was out of
money a King to get nome. xoieao vommercvu.
Fltz Hugh Ludlow) In his narrative of travel in
The Heart of the Continent" tells of an eccen
tric eenlus who imoroved on the old yarn to the
effect that "the weather would have been colder If
the thermometer had been longer," by saying he
had been where "it was so cold that the thermo
meter got down off the nalL"
Chin Lan Pin. the Chinese minister In Washing
ton. Is credited with a neat mot on being asked
what his countrymen would do If they "must go."
xney win au go to Ireland," said the minister;
that Is the only country the Irish do not rule."
The Beaton says that the late Dean Richmond
once asked a would-be deadhead the grounds of
his application for a free pass. "Simply because I
don't want to pay." The testy old railroad king at
once banded him a pass, and said: "Sir, I respect
you. You're the first deadhead that ever told the
truth."
There is a remarkable Jewish synagogue In the
ancient city of Prague, with walls so thick with
dirt as to be absolutely black. A local tradition
says that somewhere on its walls the name Jeho
van Is Inscribed, and it is believed that If the walls
are cleaned the name will be effaced.
"What? Twenty-five cents a nound for sausaees?
Why, I can get 'em down at Schmidt's for twenty
cents!"
"Veil, den. vy didn't yer?"
'"Cause Schmidt was out of em."
"Veil, uv I was owlt of 'em I sell 'em for twendy
cents, too." Puck.
New Haven lawyer to take steps to procure a di
vorce, admitted that her husband treated her well
enough, but complained that he "had no style
aoout mm."
A preacher In Kentucky the other Sunday be
coming exasperated, paused In his discourse to
say: "Ladles, if you will give me your close atten
tion I will keep a lookout on that door, and if any
thing worse than a man enters I will warn you to
time to make your escape."
A Mr. Turner, of Willlamsport, O.. has killed a
most remarkable being. It was a man, and de
clined to take a drink with Mr. Turner when Invited,
whereupon that gentleman, as a matter of course,
cut the remarkable being's throat Things are
coming to a pretty pass when a man can't ask an
other to take something without being refused.
Courier-Journal.
Criminal Jurisdiction of Magistrates.
.Raleigh News, 23d.
The following important bill passed
the Senate yesterday :
Section i. Justices of the peace shall
have exclusive original jurisdiction to
hear, try and determine the offences
enumerated in sections 43, 46, 85, 102,
112, 116, 117, 119, 120 and 139, of chapter
32, Battle's Revisal as amended by
chapter 176, of laws of 1873 and 1874
and the punishment of every offence
shall not exceed a fine of fifty dollars,
or imprisonment for thirty days.
Sec. 2. Justices of the peace shall also
have exclusive original jurisdiction of
all peace warrants, and proceed there
under, and of all bastard proceedings,
and issues arising thereunder, and to
take bond from defendants in such
proceedings, with approved security, as
heretofore required by law, to be taken
in the Superior ceurts of this State, and"
also of all assaults, assaults and batte
ries, affrays, where no deadly weapon is
used, and the punishment of offences
enumerated in this section shall not
exceed a fine of fifty dollars or impris
onment for thirty days, and the allow
ance made to the woman in bastardy
proceedings, when the issue of paterni
ty has been found against a defendant,
shall be such sums as have heretofore
Prevailed in the Superior courts of this
tate.
Sec. 3. The party convicted before a
justice shall always be adjudged to pay
the costs, and if the party charged shall
be acquitted, the complainant shall be
adjudged to pav the costs, and may be
imprisoned tor the non-payment there
of.
Sec. 4. The words "imprisonment for
one month." whenever used in any of
the statute laws of this State shall be
Construed to mean "imprisonment for
thirty days" by all the judges and courts
of the state.
Sec 5. Section 6, of chapter 176, the
laws of 1873 and 1874,is hereby repealed.
Sec 6. Section 111. chapter 32 of Bat
tle's Revisal, shall be amended to read
as follows: In all cases of an assault
with or without intent to kill or injure,
the person convicted shall be punished
bv hne or imprisonment, or Dotn, at tne
discretion of the court, provided that
t!i eYck Tin Ho.jrll vmoonnn Tina hppn usAn
ishment in such case not to .exceed a
fine of fifty dollars or imprisonment for
thirtv davs. '
sec. 7. J ustices ot tne peace snail
have exclusive original jurisdiction of
all criminal matters arising within
their counties where the punishment
now or which shall hereafter be pro
vided bv law. shall not exceed a fine of
fifty dollars or imprisonment for thirty
davs.
Sec. 8. Section 119. chapter 33, of Bat
tle's Kevisal. is hereby repealed.
Sec 9. This act shall be in force from
jts ratification. . ;
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j ; Returning Texas Immigrants.
m h Lancaster (S. C.) Ledger.
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ana nis laniiiy, passtsu imuugnuiu wwu
on last Thursday on their return from
Te-raa. He lett vvasmnsrton. jN.-MJ
"oVmnf civ vonra jiorn tii after Irvincr
cvksvuw Try y - J (T
Texas for that length of time, came to
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the conclusion that mere were no Det-
tr landa. or fairer prospects for an in.
riiiar.rirma man tn make a fortune' than
was afforded by the old North: State.
He says that thousands of people have
rmorar.eri' from other States into Texas
that would now be glad to get back; to
their old tramping grounds. . t
ThflfWhr of It.
Skatinff on ice three inches thick lasi
week, and sitting without fires thisi ;
Charlotte Observer., uian t you sit aown
last week without fires? or perhaps you
didn't jo skating. Abbeville Press ai id
CHEW JACKS0NV3 BEST SWEETN AM
TOBACCO,
:mproTement8rThe Merchants The Churches
Temperance Educational and Agricul
tural News and Opinions.
Whitaker, S. C, Jan. 23.
To the Editor of the Observer
I have been thinking that it was time
the many Teaders of your valuable pa
per were again informed of the im
provements of our little town. Since
the completion of our depot, Whitaker
has commenced improving surprisingly.
Souses ; are going up rapidly. Mr. jn.
C. Gladden has nearly finished a large
and commodious building for a hotel,
whieh will be quite an addition to the
place, beside the entertainment it will
afford the weary traveler in a sumptu
ous repast, and a sort pillow for his
head, when he is seeking "nature's
sweet restorer, balmy sleep.
The merchants ot the place are J. W.
M. Harry and E. Turner & Son. They
are men ot energy- and perseverance.
Both houses $ee doing a thriving busi
ness. Other .merchants have been look
ing round, and being impressed with
the Deautiiui situation, and its natural
facilities over other places on the Air
Line Railroad, are coming to Whitaker.
I am rejoiced to see it, for competition
is the lite of trade, ana the very thing
for the farmer.
The Baptists have organized a church
with forty members. Both Methodists
and Baptists will commence the build
ing of a church edifice for their respec
tive denominations soon. The Presby
terians have a church in a mile of
Whitaker. The Friends-of Temperance
have a Council (No. 295) numbering
nearly a hundred members, commenc
ing last May, and up to tne present
writing but one has Deen discharged,
for (I won't say drinking or drunk)
merely taking a few smiles. The man
who is drinkine to-day, a moderate
drinker, has a fair prospect of loss of
physical, mental and moral health; ot
the many pains of delirium tremens ; of
poverty, wretchedness and a drunKara s
grave:
'Tls but the fool that loves excess:
Hast thou a drunken soul?
Thy bane Is In thy shallow skull,
Not In my silver bowl."
"Wo have mir little lane crnnerv bv
the wayside, but I presume it is not
doing much good.
R. J. Balfour, principal of the State
Line Academy, (and by the way a North
ern man and "in the Union army) has
just commenced the first session under
vbw ennmiraorinor ansnifies. I wish old
Mr. Blaine could or would come down
and see us. I wonder it he could not
be persuaded to accept the honor ot de
livering the. first, annual address to the
students of State Line Academy ? We
will try and striKe ior mm wniie tne
iron is hot, and like Cromwell, keep it
hot by striking. And poor old soul.
"Be to his faults a little blind,
Be to his virtues very kind.
And clap a pad-lock on his" mouth.
Hodman, J.
Our farmers are now busily engaged
in preparing for a new crop, and cotton
has the pre-eminence. It would be much
better tor the tanner to plant oniy a
sufficiency of eotton to defray farm and
household expenses, and turn his atten
tion to the grain crop, pqtatoes, turnips,
&c; for to make a large cotton crop
and no provisions, takes all the proceeds
of the cotton crop with which to buy a
supply of
"Meat In the smoke-house,
Barrel full of lard.
Coffee in the little bag.
And sugar In the gourd;"
leavmsr no readv cash, but rather a deDt.
And after all the hard work who gets
the benefit of the cotton that is made?
T ot tho farmer abandon larcre cotton
otops and turn his attention more par
ticularly to gram, to nne stock, in laci,,
to the good old way of raising his own
meat and bread.
"Then the worst of the war Is over
And the dark gives way to the dawn,
When we welcome our new queen clover
And worship our old king corn."
Whitaker.
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Tears before the public.
THE GENUINE
D R. C. McLANE'S-
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FOB TUB CURB OF
HEPATITIS, OR LIVER COMPLAINT,
-DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE. -
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITER.
Pain in the rleht side, under the edze of the ribs.
increases on pressure; sometimes the pain Is In the
left side; the patient Is rarely able to lie on the left
side; sometimes the pain Is felt under the shoulder
blade, and it frequently extends to the top of the
shoulder, and Is sometimes mistaken for rheuma
tism In the arm. The stomach Is affected with
loss of appetite and sickness; the bowels in gener
al are costive, sometimes alternative with lax; the
head Is troubled witn pain, accompanied witna
dull, heavy sensation in the hack part There Is
generally a considerable loss of memory, accom
panied witn a painiui sensation oi navniK ten un
done something which ought to have been done.
A slight, dry cough is sometimes an attendant The
patient complains of weariness and debility; he Is
easily startled, his feet are cold or burning, and he
complains of a prickly sensation of the skin; his
spirits are low; and although he Is satisfied that ex
ercise would be beneficial to him. yet he can scarce
ly summon up fortitude enough to try It In tact
ile distrusts every remedy, several oi tne aoove
symptoms attend the disease, but cases have oc
curred where few of them existed, yet examination
of the hotly, after death, has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER,
Dr. C. McLane's Liver Pills, in cases of Ague and
Fever, when taken with Quinine, are productive of
the most happy results. " No better cathartic can be
used, preparatory to, or alter taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted with this disease
to give them a fair trial. .
For all bilious derangements, and as a simple
purgative, they are unequalled. .
L"i' BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. . . '
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The genuine are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on the lid, with the
tranressionDr. McL amb's Lrvsn PiuA. .
The genuine McLanb's Livxb Pnxs bear the
signatures of C McLanb and ' FiiBMxMa Bbos. on
the wraDners. , . . v -
' Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C McLane's
Liter PiLls, prepared by Fleming Bros of Pitts
burg, Pa., the market being full of imitations of
the name McLANE, spelled differently but same
pronunciation.
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DDD A T T
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D D A A YY
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DDD A A Y S
TO CLOSE OU rr t
O CLOSE OUJL I I
Will begin the Grand Annual Closing
There wlU be a Grand Rush and we would advise
It will be to the many
And to others It will repay them to invest for fu
urea, we would suggest this circular be retained.
You can buy English Fur and Whitney Beaver
worth $32 and $30, at $24. Our Fine West Eng
ment of $20 Overcoats, embracing Worsteds, Cas-
Brown Meltons, marked $15, $16, $17 and $19.50,
Our splendid heavy Chinchilla Coats worth the en
Vests, $27.50, $28 and $30 reduced to $22.50,
away Frocks and Tests, $20, $21, $22 and 823.50,
ment of Cassimere Frock and Sack Suits, sold
Our entire Stock of Cassimere Pants ranging $6.50
$5.50 and $6.00, one uniform price, $4.00, TO
Will be sacrificed, some 300 pairs all wool Cassl
Hankerchelfs at 25c TO CLOSE OUT. A small
ur Fine Merino Underwear, worth $2 each Shirt
Our stock of Roys'
Will be arranged in connection with the " Clearing
garments and other perishable goods, to be slaugh
In many Instances the quantity is small and sizes
CLOTHING!
L O T H I N G!
CLOTH
CLOTH
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W. KAUFMAN CO'S.
CLOTHING HOUSE!
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
Deautiiui ana weu seiectea stoat
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Con8lstlngof the usual variety of MEN S, BOY'S,
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YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING,
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
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nrlll nrhii no o ni 11 n a 44-nrtll ha trk vv intaroat. anil
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you will save from fifteen to twenty per cent on
your purcnases. w. mui ,ti a ii a. vaj.,
springs oorner, unanotte. .
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QORN AND WHEAT EXCHANGE,
Postofflce Address, Charlotte City MUls
Parties havmz eraln to erind or to sell wOl find
It to their Interest to call on the undersigned. Meal
ground either fine or coarse, according to order.
lnanKiui ior lormer patronage, x wuikivoxui
grompt personal attention to all orders from one
ushel to a car load 5
, ROBERT D. GRAHAM,
Superintendent
TTTE HAVE A SELECT STOCK
Of Whole and Ground Spices, Including Fells
mixed spices, try it and be convinced that there Is
nothing nicer. L. R. WRISTON & CO.
decl3 - - - i - -
COX'S and KELSON'S GELATINE, ' '
Com Starch. Italian Macaroni and Pearl Ta-
piOCa. - Xj. a. nnuiua w.
decis
JJiRENCH BRANDY :
Guaranteed to be' t , ,
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.TWENTY YEARS OLD,
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OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WINTER GOODS I
Sale of all heavy fabrics, embracing, Overcoats,
WINTER UNDERWEAR.
our friends to call early In order to enjoy the
WELCOME ANNOUNCEMENT !
who have deferred purchasing, looking forward
j Rand occasioxT t
VJTRAND OOCASIOlN f
ture wear. Annexed we will give a schedule of
To-day will begin the great distributing sale of the
E. D. LATTA ft BRO
TO CLOSE OUT.
Overcoats, Satin lined, $40 at $29. Our Fine
land Casters, $30, at $25. Our Olive Brown Cas
ters, Granites, Chinchillas, without reserve, at $15.
at one uniform closing price, $12.50.
tire season $10 $7.00, TO CLOSE OUT. Our fine
TO CLOSE OUT. Our entire magnificent line of
all at one uniform closing price,$18.00, TO CLOSE
readily the entire season, $15, $16 and $17.50, at
Our $10 and $12.50 COSSDCERE 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 OUT
mere Pants, $3, $3.50, $3.50, $3.75 at $2.50, to
assortment of the celebrated Starr "Shirts In In col
and Drawers, will be sold at $3 per suit, TO CLOSE
and $1 .00, at one uniform price, 50c
TO CLOSE OUT
O CLOSE OUX
Clothing 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 In order to procure Just what your heart
CLOSING OUT SALE.
P88iiiE.
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Respectfully,
L. BERWANGER & BRO.,
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FAIRBANKS' SCALES.
. For Sale Also,
PATENT ALARM MONEY DRAWERS
i Coffee Mills, Spice MUls, and Store Fixtures Gene
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lf - FAIRBANKS ft CO., '
311 Broadway, New York
' For sale by Leading Hardware Dealers!
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Cassimere Suitings, and
Lest advantages In selections as Well as bargains.
with solioltude to this .
prices, and as our goods are marked in plain fig-
mammoth stock of
Jessup Custom made garments, silk sleeve lined
tors, silk sleeve, $24, at $18. Our entire 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 most attractive assort,
one uniform price, $12, TO CLOSE OUT.
Immense assortment of Cassimere Pants, $5,
Cassimere Pants at one uniform price, $3.00,
CLOSE OUT. Our remaining stock of Ladles'
ore, worth $2.25, at $1.00, TO CLOSE OUT.
OUT. Our entire stock of Underwear, worth 75c
merchants can buy them.
lines of Worsteds, In Coats and Vests, odd broken
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Very cordially)
E. D. LATTA A BRO.
"rTTTKOWSKY& BARUCH
Beg to call your attention t6 the fact that ft Is
their desire to give to our city a
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Where any and everything thatthe trade ot our
etjrrimunlty may desire, can be bad. We shall make
It a point to remove the necessity which some ei
our people claim to have been placed la to order'
Goods from abroad, as we shall always keep a
large, well selected and
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AT OUR ESTABLISHMENT,
No effort will be spared on our part to make our
Retail Department a Grand Success, and we pro
pose to bring It gradually to such a standard as. to
make It
SECOND TO NONE SOUTH. '
Our MR. BARUCH will give his personal atten
Hon to this Department, and his former success In
Just that clasetfrf business satisfies us Oat our ef
forts In this particular wOl be appreciated by our
numerous friends and customers 1
We shall continue to offer for the next 80 days
the remainder of our
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With a view of making room for our Spring and
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