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V. etldy, (in tht county) i advano ,.....$2 00
OutttoowUv,jottpakt....... 2 10
naaBrtfw nurn warn now voowmmi
BLAXXS, SXLL-EXlli&m U. 7iM i'.4T
TAOS. RECEIPTS, POSTERS,
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, C
Liberal Redvetiontjor Vtut.
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CASHMERES AND ALPACAS.
Just Received another lot of superior
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CASHMEBES AND ALPACAS,
Banging to Price from 25 oenU to One Dollar.
A Few Pieces" COLORE)? CASHMEKES? all
' Wool,' of superior " auaiifflr ai
Do not tall to see our LADIES' CLOAKS before
buying. It will pay you.
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i ELLAS A COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
i FURNITURE 1
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS I
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS I
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS t
1 COFFINS of ail kinds on band. ,
3T" COFFINS of all kinds eta hand.'
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40 pieces to 20 cents, worth front ' ' ' ;
83VtU 45 cents, fi
A lot of Dress Goods to 8 and 10 tents, worth
from 12Mj to 15 cents. , ;
THESE GOODS .
and If you want cheap goods, this Is the place to
a- i., . v , get them.
ALEXANDER ft HARRIS.
P. S. Our whole stock must be reduced, and In
order to do so will sell very cheap.
A LOT OF WHITE
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For Skirt Protectors.
A Lot of
J Rfldnced to prices that will-sell them. -A good
stock of Gente' Merino Shirts and Furnishing
Goods. Still a few of those
at sacrificing prices, Dont fan to look at my Ho-
' siery and Dress Buttons.
Give me a eall before purchasing.
OppCharlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte,. N. C.
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T H E G R E AT S B T' -B A G A t NO
HE GREATEST B A B G A I NO
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- Which will be soWwtthont Tesem. at sacri- i
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fino BUY A CLOAK FOR A CHRISTMAS Gmp
.1 0 BUT A CLOAK FOR A CHRISTMAS; GIF X
A T HALF FBI
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iv WEEPLNtt REDUCTION of FORMER PRICE k?
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.OW i ST AFPLKTOK 0AI3MTTH, 0 CABTKBEt.
The Southern Magazine., ,. .
We all of as have our secret hoard . ,x
Of things that we cherish and tenderly prize
Tblnes that are neitheiof value or rare.
Or for which any one else would care,
Yet priceless to us and we keep them stored
far pom the sight of all other eyes. .. .,, ,r . :
1 haWone treainw'anio
Which Is dearer than all ol the rest to me!
Ton win smile Q mayhap with unbelief,
Unless you have had the sell-same grief ;
For the trifles of those who are no more, .
-TheJoved and lost grow precious to bei ' " -
"Would ! jtlS iaow what It is, so dear to my eyes,
And wnat so oiten win maKe inem aim r
For It brings to mind the dear little head
That so long nas slept wttn tne lovea ones aeaa,
'Tiff nothtngthls thing that I so much prize
But a little straw hat with a ragged brim.
I often unlock the closet door
And bring It tenderly forth to the light;
The ribbon is faded, 'tis torn and Old,
But no one could buy It with gold untold;
And many a time on the chamber floor
I have wept and kissed. It half the night. '
I love it as onir a mother can love
The simple things 01 ner urae aeaa;
I prize It as only a mother can prize
The Oilngs so worthless In other eyest . t..
For It svmbol9 the erown that I know above
Covers, the, little ones head- -
With streaming eyes I can often see
The sweet little face In the sunlight glow,
Looking forth from the ragged brim
With the saucy glance so sweet In him,
When he used to romn m tne grass wun me.
In the summers sd long ago. '
The little one had his holiday dress
With a hat that was very fine and grand;
But It never to me was half so dear
As the one I have cherished for many a year,
For my lips the very spot can press
Where 'twas torn by the little hand.
I have diamonds rare and many a gem
With which sometimes my nalr I trim
When forth In the world I am forced to go,
To mix with its mockery and show;
But there's none that I prize not all of them
Like the little straw hat with the ragged brim.
We are told that earth's treasures we must not
Where moth doth corrupt and rust doth dim; ,
Yet this is but a memento I love
Of the priceless treasure I have above;
It Is nakforli my tears are poured
This little straw hat with the ragged Dnm.
"O. T-ord." a Kentnckv minister Drayed. "thou
hast seen by the morning papers how the Sabbath
was desecrated yesterday. :
Hon. Gustavus Schleicher died very poor, even
the expense of his last canvass having been borne
by hlslriends. ; . , . -
Th United states sent lager beer to Germany,
cotton goods to England, and 86 murderers to
heaven, last year.
Th on dtv Tteriek calls Mr. Robert tneersoll's
atipntinn to tha if art that Sodom and Gomarrh are
to be rebuilt, and respectfully suggests that he an
nounce himseii lor Hiajor. i : . . ; . j
Vr wmtam TT Vandfirhilt. havlns reDOrted that
he had no personal property over and above his
debts, and so was exempt from tax, the New York
Sun has begun receiving 'penny .subscriptions for
"Few die and none realm." used to be said In re
gard to the Judges of the United States Supreme
Court. The story is now going the rounds of the
press that old Judge Clifford still holds to his pur
pose that "he'd be d d if he would either die
or resign until there was a Democratic Preat-
tent.,':'T" -- - - - " --
Them la not a nartMe of truth Is the rumor that
before the crow could disperse at Schleicher's
funeral, a gentleman from the rural district got up
and announced that in case he was elected to fill
the vacancy, he would consider that he had no
right to rewse. eiso a ctm. .
Ltebie thonzht that a nation's civilization might
be gauged by the consumption of soap. On the
same principle its consumption of paper may be
accepted as a proof of its estimate of the value of
knowledge. At the Berlin"' Exposition last fall the
United States showed a far larger consumption per
head of population than did any other country.
Russia showed least
, JUSTICE HUNT'S SUCCESSOR.
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Opposition to Stanley Matthews' Nomination
i Mr. Grafts' Candidate.
Washington. January 28. Since the
illness of Judee Hunt has taken so seri
ous a turn as to make (it quite certain
that he will never again occupy his seat
on the bench, it has been widely repor
ted that Hayes would nominate Stanley
Matthews to fill the vacancy in case
Hunt ia retired. The proposed nomina
tion has been severely criticised no
where more so than on the noor or tne
chamber in. which Matthews sits, and
the Teiection of 1 such a nomination
seems extremely1 probable. The con
gressmen from New-Tork have been
oarticularlv emDhatic in claiming the
ixomination as one of -right belonging
to that state, now tnat uxuo : naa s iwu
seats on the bench of the Supreme
Court. " It 1 is said, on -what is usually
food authority, that it is not improba
le that Mr. Southmayd, of the firm of
Eyarts, Southmayd & Choate will be
nominated. This gives the nomination
to New York, satisfies Mr. Evarts with
a first-Olasa. appointment, which he has
not been able to bestow- on a State
which has never yet elected him to any
place within its gift, and furnishes a
-tflaiatioii mor ltittiiy wBuit mo sen
ate than that of Senator Matthews.
A CONNECTICUT SCANDAL
fee tegWatnj-e of 1875 Bribed by the Nafional
Capital Life Insurance Company.
Vrw TTaven. January 26. Eeceiter
Busseli; of itMfNattbnal' W
insurance LOmpany, m repievyiuK.
ton, came tottfpossession of Noye s
check boo,ITh& Stubs show that from
$30,000 to 5,000 was used fprilegisla
tive expenses in influencing the Cort
nect51gmur5 W I875;to:pteyent
the repeal oi.the charter of the company
asked for by theinsuranc commissian-
tti' The receiver xejuses -10 Tnase; uie
taame$ public, but it takhowjithat sev
eral members of the liegislatare of that
Recently the New York Sun puhlish
edarcanard nioiiTexas, iri which'it;is
aaix Jiaf. Riisf om of carrvine revol-
t-rers to that State was illustrateto Sai
'Antonio When a chained 'jaencarriion
lB a snow seizeu. a iittxo ui. j. viu.otu
revolvers were emptied into the brute.;
The PallaS;(Texas) jyraZ& as a take
off on jfche above, says that's! Sxothing at
alL At a baptising there a short time
since of fourteen persons, fifteen revol
vprti wptpi drawn out and laid on the
"bank of the Stream, the extra one be-
longiHg:tocthe fcomciatrng vciergyman.
Wluleliayinff their . sins washed .away
they were Very careful to keep their
Does (he Brain Ever Sleep 1
A man with a rusty beard that ran
down to a tieak. and a rusty hat that ran
I up taa ptBftkf i Jtjoajxled aa Jxng Island
raiiroau train at jummesuia tue ubuex
afternoon, tookv a seat near the stove
and fell into a gentle slumber." In a
few minutes a-s brakemantf opened - the
door and shouted, "Queens !" The slum
bering passenger, slightly.; shifted his
position and, muttered, : "The pot's
yourn f I staid in- on Jacks." iu"-.'-' j
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
ing Syrup has beerr used for children. It corrects
acidity of the stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates
the bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, whether
arising from teething or other causes. An old and
well known remedy. 25c per bottle.
. ' NOT PROUD: ,
Two Young Women Driving a Cow Tbrbngh the
Streets of St. PaoL
Yesterday morninsr. about 10 rVcloRlr-
two young ladies "were; seen marching
down Third street, one leading and the
other driving a cow. The young ladies
were 200a looking, -dressed in thA at
tire of country girls, and trugded along
till Mannheimer's dry goods store, on
Third street, was reached. : ; Here they
tied the animal and disaDueared in tha
store, whereupon a young : man. was
seen w rusn out or tne DacK aoor, and
it was some time before he could be
found. Upon - making inquiries into
this mysterious affair, the - reporter
learned tnat tne young ladies were Miss
Emma Faber, daughter of Paul Faber,
of St. PauL and ' Miss Marv Hendricks.
of Winona. They were, anxious to in
terview Mr. Nathan Lyon, in Mann
heimer's store, and.this was the reason :
A few evenings since Mr. Xyon accused
the young ladies of beings too proud to
stoop to tne duties or aarmerB ffatrgit
ter, and promised- to' each, a $50 silk
dress if they, would perform the above
act. So yesterday morning, attired in a
farmer's daughter's costume, they drove
Mr. Eaber's cow from tjie barn, attach
ed a rope, and while Miss Faber led the
animal, Miss Hendricks walked behind
with a broomstick to hasten the trip.
Without fear they passed down Third,
from the' Seven Corners to Wabasha,
there tied the bovine, and hastened to
receive their wages. The young ladies
would hardly have been recognized in
their impromptu costumes by their
most intimate friends, and certainly not
in the position in which0 they were
piacea. nut they won the silk dresses,
which Will Soon be forthcoming, and
the deed only prompts the ungallant
question: What won't a young lady for
a silk dress?
An Outrageously Peaceful Election.
Mr. L. C. Northrop, United States
district attorney for. South Carolina, in
a letter to Wm. Pressly, United States
supervisor of Abbeville county, asked
him to i furnish u material testimony,
such as can be used in court, concern
ing the conduct .of the recent congres
sional election,": and the names of wit
nesses to the use of violence, intimida
tion or fraud thereat. Mr. Pressley, un
der date of January. 20, replies that he
is a Eepublican, but was never commis
sioned a supervisor; that there was no
violence or intimidation at the election,
which was the quietest he; ever saw,
and nobody tried to stop him or ask him
how he Voted ; that there was no Ee
publican ticket to the field, and finally
that all the Republicans who voted cast
their ballots for the Democratic nomi
nees. Altogether the state of affairs in
Abbeville county at the last election
appears to have been outrageously
peaceful, and the Teller committee
should investigate the matter.
A "Scene"' at a Funeral.
A remarkable scene occurred at the
funeral of Wm. H. Tilf ord, a wealthy
citizen of St. Louis, on Monday, accord
ing to the St Louis Times-ournaL Mr.
Tilf ord, it is. said, separated from his
wife about eight years ago, and con
tracted another alliance. Upon his
death wife No. 1 demanded to see the
remains, and after several refusals wife
No. 2 at last consented, the former hav
ing threatened to make a scene at the
church. When wife No. 1 saw the re
mains, however, she was -very much
affected, and it became necessary to give
up the idea of having services first at
the church and then at the house, and
the body was taken to the cemetery
without any ceremony, the two widows
following, and So much absorbed in
grief as not to notice each other's pres
ence. This will probably not prevent a
fierce legal fight over the will of tile de
ceased, who left property valued at
A Negro Woman's love for Her Child.
From the AbbevHle(S. C.) Medium.
; A little negro two or three years old
fell into Mr. J. D. Pace's well,, near
Hodges, last week, and was almost mir
aculously delivered from death by, its
mother. The well was forty feet deep,
and the child fell to the bottom. The
mother p was some fifty yards distant
from .the well at the time of : the; acci
dent, but rushed to the rescue and de
scended the well, holding to the wall
rock and the piping of the pump. The
child was found clinging to the pump,
up to its mouth in water and beyond
the power of speech. The wpman placed
it in a bucket which had been lowered
to her, and with this load on her head
safely climbed back to the surface again.
But few such instances as this of mirac
ulous escapes and .motherly devotion
ever occur, and as such it is worth re
cording." ' The Butler-Corbln Contest.
LWash. Cor. Baltimore Sun.
1 ';S6M"e' surprise has been caused among
the stalwart Bepublicans of the Senate
by a declaration from Mr. Blaine that
he will riot Vote to unseat Mr. Butler,
of South'Carolina. It is rumored that
MTEdmUnds is of -the. same way of
thinking." It is believed that this de
termination arises from the generally
conceded act that it will not De possi
ble to get Butler out between now and
the 4th of March, and if the leading
Bepublicans countenance the attempt
tb.ev will seta precedent by which the
4 Democrats may unseat 1 Kellogg after
the 4th of March, senator Edmunds
said a day or two ago that if the Demo
crats should undertake to eject Kellogg
when they obtain control of the Senate
he will make t so hot for . them that
they will be. glad to abandon the at
tempt. ' u " 1 '-"
... Wliat.Prod"uce&I3Ialaria.'; y 1
.,,,...;.. Natiotial BipubllcaiLl .
iv Talk about malarial When Governor
Hampton; of South Carolina, and Gov
ernor Vance, of North Carolina, meet
in the next Senate, what will they say
to each other? - ; . ;
,'. The Satlonal C6lalat.
Dyspepsia;' Is the national, complaint : Almost-
every other man car iwoman. oa meet has It, and
the result Is that Oie- number of peeudonremedles
for It Is as numerous as Pharaoh's host , They are
for thd most part worthlesaf 'There Is, however, 4
searching eradlcant of this distressing and obdu
rate malady, one whose genuine merits, long since
raised It to foremost: place among the staple
medicines vt America iHostetfer's Stomach Bit
ters ezQrpates dyspepsia with greater certainty and
promptitude than any knewa remedy, and Is t
most genial Inylgorant, appeHzer and aid to secro-
Oon. These are not empty' assertions, ' as; thoo-
sands of our countrymen and women who have ex
perienced Its effects are aware, but toe backed tap
by Irrefragable : proofs, repeatedly laid 'before the
publlfcsThe Bitters" also. .promote s regular habit
of body andglve a healthful stimulus to the urt-
J i A T T
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D A A ' TT
Will begin the Grand Annual Closing
There will be a Grand Bush and we would advise
It win be to the many
And to others It will repay them to invest tor fa
toes, we would suggest this circular be retained.
Tou can bur English Fur and Whitney Beaver
worth $32 and $30, at $24 Our Fine West Eiig
ment of $20 Overcoats, embracing Worsteds, Cos
Brown Heltons, marked $15, $16, $17 and $19.60,
Our splendid heavy Chinchilla Coats worth the en
Vests, $27.50, $28 and $30 reduced to $22.50,
away Frocks and Vests, $20, $21, $22 and $23.50,
ment of Cassimere Frock and Sack Suits, sold
Our entire Stock of Cassimere Panto ranging $6.50
$5.50 and $6.00, one anltonn prlee, $4.00, TO
Wm be sacrificed, some 800 pairs all wdol Cassl
Bankerchelfa at 25c TO CLOSE OUT. A small
or Fine Merino Underwear, worth $2 each Shirt
Our stock of Boys'
Win be arranged In connection with the " Clearing
garments and other perishable goods, to be slaugh
In many Instances the quantity Is small and sizes
W. KAUFMAN A CCS.
GREAT REDUCTION EN 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
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Consisting of the usual variety of KEN'S. BOYS,
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
t3&- C L O T H I N G .
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
All we ask is that our friends and customers
will give us a call, as it wul be To your Interest, and
you will save from fifteen, to twenty per cent, on
your purchases i W. KAUFMAN k CO.,
Springs Comer Charlotte, N. C
QORN AND WHEAT EXCHANGE,
' , Postofflce Address, CharlookCity MBls
Parties having grain to grind br to sell will find
re to me u interest to cau on ipe imdersignea. Meal
round either fine or coarse, aocordimr to order.
- Thankful for former imtronage, I will give my
prompt personal attention to alT orders from one
Dusnei w a car ioaa ,
ROBERT D. GRAHAM,
, " :i Snperrntendent.
TXTE HAVE A SELECT STOCK
t v t .- - ' , . i ' I
Of Whole and Ground Snloes. tncludlnir Fells'
mixed apices, try It and be convinced that there Is
nouung nicer, - vtuaxjit a vu
joOX'S and NELSON'S GELATINE, ,
Cotft Starchr Italian ' Itacaronl and'Pearf Ta-
IRENCH BRANDT -'A ' 1.
JCi.f vt ,- ;
Guaranteed to be
- .TWENTY TEARS 0LD, ... -'
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AT XZNTBaL HOTEL SALOON
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OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WtNTXR GOODS 1
Sale of an heavy fabrics, embracing, Overcoats,
WINTER UNDER WEAR.
our friends to eall early m order to enjoy the
WELCOME ANNOUNCEMENT I
who have orred purchasmg, looking forward
V YlAND OCCASIOAT
I vTRAND ' OCCASIO IN f
tore wear. Annexed we wOlglve a schedule of
To-day will begin the great distributing sale of the
.m. i .. t.m.m.
TO CLOSE OUT.
Overcoats, Satin lined, S40 at 829. Our Fine
land Casters, 530, at 825. Our Olive Brown Cas
ters, Granites, Chinchillas, without reserve, at $15.
at one uniform closing price, 812.50.
Ore season 810 S7.00, TO CLOSE OUT. Our fine
TO CLOSE OUT. Our entire magnificent line of
all at one uniform closing prlce.SI8.00, TO CLOSE
readily the entire season, 815, 816 and 817.60, at
Our810 and 812.50 COSSIMERE SUITS, at 87.50,
TO CLOSE OUT.
87 and 87.50 at one uniform price, 85.00. Our
CLOSE OUT. Our large variety of 84 and 84.50
mere Pants, 83, 83.50, 83.50, 83.75 at 82.50, to
assortment of the celebrated Starr Shirts in In col
and Drawers, will be sold at 83 per suit, TO CLOSE
and 81.00, at one uniform price, 50c.
TO CLOSE O D T
O CLOSE OUX
Clothing will be offered at prices lower than other
TO CLOSE OUT.
Prices" to our regular and desirable goods, certain
tered at less than half value.
few, and In order to procure Just whatf your heart
.CLOSING OUT SALE,
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And desiring to purchase will bear In mind our
previous aaverosemens oi
fXUR, WINTER STOCTT I
1 KJXm WINTER STOCiV (
No sham, we win sell to our Customers aad Pa
trons our Fall and Winter Clothing at actual cost
We never advertise to anv fact but what we acta.
Oar Mr. L. BERWANGXR. a nradtesi Taflor and
Manufacturer for the nast fifteen vears. la enabled
to Day uooa8 at very low ngures, and utereiore we
are aoie to sou you clothing at Manufacturers'
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We solicit a call. .
L. BERWANGER BRtt,
Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
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PATENT ALARM MONET DRAWERS?
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Coffee Mills, 8plce Mills, and Store Flxturea ene
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The Improved Type Writer.
; cOsefflatmg Pomp Go's Pumps.
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Cassimere SuIUngs, and9
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best advantages in selections as well as hargalni
with soUdtude to thlfl
prices, and as our goods are' marked itt plain
mammoth stock of, ! "
Jesrap Custom made garments, silk' sleeve lined
tors, silk sleeve, 824, at 818. Our entire assort-
Our attractive variety of worsteds, Oxford and
Dahlia and. Black English Worsted Frock and
English Worsted m Black, Brown and Dahlia Pat
OUT. The handsomest most attractive assort-
one uniform price, 812, TO CLOSE OOTH'' -
Immense assortment of Cassimere Pants, . 85,
Cassimere Pants at one uniform price,- $3.00
CLOSE OUT. Our remaining stock of Ladles'
on, worth 82.25, at 81.00, TO CLOSE OUT.
OUT. Our entire stock of Underwear, worth 75c
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merchants can buy them.
lines of Worsteds, In Coats and Vests, odd broken
most desires. Call early, In the
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TITTKOWSKT It BARUCB
Beg to call your attention to, the fact that tt is
their desire to give to our dty a
I S Ike
Where any andi eyerythlng that the trade of oar
community may desire, can be had. We shall make
tt a point to remove the necessity which some of
our people claim to have been' placed Into order
Goods from abroad, as we shall always keep a
large, wen selected and. . ' . -
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AT OUR ESTABLISHMENT. .1
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No effort win be spared on oar part to make our
Retail Department a .Grand Success, and we pror
pose I to bring K gradually to iraen a standard as to
make it ' ' '' :" ' f!":;if "iJ5;-"'i
SECOND TO NONE SOUTH. ' '
Oar MR. BARUCH wffl give his personal atten
tJ to Department, and bis fonnersooeesl la
just that class of business Wtsfies as' ;that oo ef
forts In this particular win be appreciated by bar
numerous friends and customers ; " ; . ; : . ,
We shan continue to offer for the next 80 days
the remainder of our ''''' rf ' ! i:r'lita ')U
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With a ylew of rjJAklng room for ,ow Spring and
Summet stook,fhch wewHl place In oarstore a
eaity as the seaiob win admnvq v 'fit
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