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A Few Pieces of COLOREDTCASH&teES, all
Wool, of superior quality, at Btxty cents,
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ALL KINDS OF
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JUST RECEIVE "p
The handsomest lot of Oil Colored CRETONS of
the season. Also a new lot of
HAMBURG EDGINGS AND LNSEBTENGS.
Don't fall to look at my new Abdominal
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I sJlI hare a few fine Cloaks to close out at half
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' i - their real ralue.
A new lot of Black and White Satin. Also
MONOGRAM RUFFLING '
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VlTK HTJMpBJtll CHOICa LADIB8'. CLOAI
CJ UBT KBOJUVJtD BY XXPBESI
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. Which will be sold 'without reserre, at sacri- i '
r fidng prices. Don't fall to come and look at :
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OW IS YOUB CHANCT7I 7 i
OW IS YOUB CHANCJ
rpO BUY A CLOAK FOB A CHRISTMAS GIFrp
lO BUY A CLOAK fX)B A CHRISTMAS GIF X
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, A HALF P,BICji.
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,.f , Philadelphia Sunday Transcript
f As I hold you on my knee, v-jiuAt,.
vi r t BabT mine. r
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: i Wonder where your dad can be? , .
' ' Off on another spree, ' '''
b ! And I'm sure we'll never see
: j That Y he took from me, . .
ti&oj mine. .
" Oh! I wonder where he's been?
5 ' ...'Baby mine, ; ,
All night he's not been In, ' '
, Baby mlnei
Oht Isn't it a sin
. . That all your father's "tin,",
; ' Should go for nasty gin
'ti . Baby mine. " ' '
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, Hell come home by and by, -,
' Baby mine,'
With an awful big black eye,
; - Baby mine, v i
, He will then be full of rye, ;
' ' , And the crockery will fly; '
i'Ohl how Is that for high?' '
' i : Baby mine. .
Some day in my despair, ''
I'll go down to see the mayor,
... Baby mine,
' ' And 111 have him put somewhere,
: Where the city pays his fare
' Then we'll be a happy.palr.
r .t). 3Baby mine..,
, ,r ' OBSEBVATIONS
George Eliot's husband left only $10,00a . .
The rooster's spur Is more penetrating than the
cats purr. ........ . : ..
The eoverooT of Texas remarked to his Legisla
ture about thirty columns of things.
'Six women are now battling to Increase the ana
tomical interest to female legs. - , L
Senators Edmunds and Thurman, oneatBepub
lican, the other a Democrat, are bosom -friends.
They even set their watches alike. ; . . .; , .
' Some naners wish that as Mrs. Logan engineer
ed John into the Senate, she had a more worthy
husband or he had a less energetic wire. .
We respectfully but earnestly protest against
these polygonal metal belts which some of the
ladies wear. A man's arm was never maae to as
sume any such shape. LouisvUle Courier-JournaL
Cincinnati Commercial; The Swiss now toast
their shins and fire locomotives with American
coaL American watches to their pockets, and pho
tographs of Colorado scenery to their parlors would
make their happiness complete. " 1
' Ctoctonatl : Commercial, Bep.: "If ; Paul now
srood upon: Mars HUH and could look westward
across the broad. Atlantic, be would see Senator
Bayard towering over the Democratic party like a
Pantheon above the peasant's hut" j
At a meeting to New York a man got up and said
he had long wished to speak, but his wife wouldn't
let him. His wife had died, however, , and having
his liberty at last, he proposed to exercise it In
about two minutes the entire conference wept over
the death of the lady as over the loss of a personal
friend. Buffalo Express.
moo. Bouelcault, who first discovered and devel
oped the talent of Montague, the actor, has found
a young actor to New York named Dacre, who is
the living image of the dead theatrical beautv. Ha
is getting up a new play for him and expects to
time to maKe a sensation among the lemaie ioois
of the metropolis. . . : , ? .r j !
Blchmond letter Alexandria Goads: The mem
bers of the theatrical profession visiting Blchmond
are generally struck with the habit which; young
gentlemen here have of going out between the acts.
One of Madame. Modjeska's company asked a
young gentleman whom she noticed had been out
in una way, -wnyaia you go out Detween every.
act?" He replied, I went out to see my aunt"
"What aunt?" "Stimulant," said the gay youth,
as he went out to get a nightcap.. ..
The umount of luxuriousness bestowed upon pet
dogs to New York Is something almost Incredible.
Says the New York Home Journal; "It is not at
all uncommon to see a carriage, with two liveried
men upon the box, driving through Central Park
on a pleasant morning with only a dog, or perhaps
a pair of them, inside, taking a smell of fresh air.
They have had their baths, their locks bavetoeea
dressed, and fresh ribbons adorn their necks, while
a short-haired dog is carefully blanketed. j , . ,
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"-v., Sanford and Charlotte Short Line. J"t-
y '; tOor, of the Raleigh Observer, Jan. 29. -'J.
JVIESSRS. .EDITORS irrxtUi BTtlCle WMch
you re-publi3hed tXHiay from the Wil
mington Star, antagonistic to the short
line of connection proposed, uy the ital
eigh & Augusta Air-Line, from1 San
ford to Charlotte, while perhaps effec
tive as specimen of denunciatory
composition, does not touch the merits
of the question in controversy.
This whole matter amounts to this,
ana nothing more: The itaieigh &
Augusta Company started to Augusta,
but found that they could hot get there.
They reached the Carolina Central and
tnen stopped. Hoping to maKe - terms
with that road they were content. 1 But,
navmg them m their power, the Caro
lina Central people have refused all
terms, and the Raleigh & Augusta; Air-
Line is a mere local railroad termina
ting nowhere. v.i j r
That company now comes to the Leg-,
islature saying: We have a railroad
ninning'from Raleigh to Hamlet, ninety-seven
miles ; we are not prepared to
extend it to the contemplated terminus,
Augusta, and anything short of that
point, in that direction, would avail ; us
nothing. We have, therefore, determ
ined on a connection, with Chrrlotte.
We don't propose to parallel a line of
established road, but propose to start
from J Sanford, forty-twoL miles from
Raleigh and fifty-five from Hamlet; and
build a direct line of ; eighty-five miles.
through Montgomery, Stanly and; Ca
barrus, to Charlotte, and an we asK . of
the great State-- of North' Carolina,
tnrouKh, her Lieeisiature is to De allow
ed to spend a: million eight hundred
thousand dollars iu building a line of
railroad through a connection of cptin
ties that do not now, and may not oth
erwise fpr a. long lime, enjoy railroad
facilities, - A
Do vou. erentlemen of the General As
sembly, refuse lis the privilege of spend
ing our money to build a permanent'
railroad for the convenience of ajlarge '
poraon or tne people or your state 1,11
so, why? Is it because the Carolina
Central objects V, We. start a point fifty
five miles north of its line. Is it: be-,
cause the Riehmond & Danville lessees
of the NorttCarolina . Railroad, oppose
the measure? "We start at a point.forVI
A. A 11 JS A. - T ' m --''
ly-tw.o.tmies soutu oi uivir imo. xrue,
we propose aTiine forty , miles, shorter
between Charlotte- and ' Ralegh, ibut
are the people of TMooreraMontgomery,
Stanly and southern Cabarrus to have
noailroadirr the tiituretteeanse 1 the
i 9Tu carouna itauroaa is forty mues
longer uiau me uismnuu uetweeu uar
lotte & Raleigh? Areiiwe to: hayel no
privileffes. and the people of a large ter
ritory to have no railroad because,- for
has at stake the interests ; of foreign
bondholders -further north than we of
the Raleigh & Augusta and Seaboard
We don't propose to abandon a foot
of the ninety-seven miles to Hamlet ;
we i onlv ask to be allowed to build
eighty-nye -miles -more of railroad in.
North Carolina. What does the great
The Kationsl CokpIsJb$. .
Dyspepsia to the national complaint
every other man or woman you meet has it and
the result Is t a the number, of pseudo-remedies
for it lg as numerous as Pharaoh's host iThey are.
for the most part worthless. There Is, however, a
searching eradicant of this distressing and obdu
rate malady, one whose, genuine merits long since
raised it to a foremost place among the staple
medicines of America.- Hostetter's; Stomach Bit
ters extirpates dyspepsia with greater certainty and
promptitude than any known: remedy, and is a
most genial invigorant,; appetizer and aid to secre
tion. These are hot empty assertions, as thou
sands of our countrymen and women who have ex
perienced its effects are aware, but are backed up
by irrefragable proofs repeatedly laid, before the
public. ; The Bitters also promote a. regular habit
of "o "an' give a healthful stlmus tb,e urti
nary organs, t ,
The People Want a Hanging and I Am Readj
A Double, ExecatHMbii: ; ! . f
v Indianapolis, Jan.: 9. The execu
tion of William E. Merrick and John
Achey took place t at twenty : minutes
past 12 o'clock i to-day. -At, 12 32 the
physicians pronounced: both men; dead.
Achey -claimed that his crime -was not
premeoitateov i ana ciosea : Dy . saying :
" The people want a hanging and l am
ready.? .Merrick asserted his innocence
to .the last. : Both ,men j displayed won
derful coolness, and stepped; to their
places on the ; trap without assistance
and with! no hesitation or tremor visi
ble. ; The arrangements of the sheriff
were perfect and were carried out with
out the: slightest accident. The necks
of both men were broken, j John Achey
shot George Leggett in a drinking sa
loon on the afternoon of June 16th last.
Both men were gamblers, and Leggett
arranged a game in which 1 Achey lost
-it - tt t i j : .v
m.i muuey . ,- jaw mux ixx.vu.u.y v-
ed quite a .sum. from his mothers es
tate. Believing that he had been swin
dled he sought Leggett and shot him
twice, causing his death in twenty min
utest? Mnclk. sympathy has-exiated for
Achey, ; and executive clemency had
been invoked, but without avail. Wil
liam E. Merrick, had Lived with his wife
before marriage, and she had brought a
suit against him which he compromised
by marrying her. ; On the night of Sep
tember 14 last he invited her to take a
buggy ride. Stopping at a drinking sa
loon he procured . a glass of wine, into
which he placed poison, taking it out to
her to drink, i He then drove about the
city with heriintil she was dead. ; Dur
ing her death struggles she gavBl birth
to a child. : He buried his wife and
child a short; distance from the city in
some rubbish, where they were found a
few days afterwards. His conviction
was had on circumstantial evidence al
most entirely.: . ; . .
Wouldn't Kiss His Bride Before Folks.
Sacramento (CaL) Union Jan. 2ai ; ;
Justice Alexander was called ! upon
Saturday morning to unite in wedlock
"Melican fashion," wAh Yung and To
Ying. At the conclusion of the . cere
mony the justice suggested that in or
der that every 'thing should be; done
strictly in accordance with the provision
of section 500,090 of the code,1 it would
be incumbent upon the bridegroom to
kiss the bride therf and there, or get
some one else to do so. The bridegroom,
who had no idea of taking the judge's
hint as to the "some one else," quietly
intimated that he was willing to do all
necessary kissing, but he preferred to
have the Chinese spectators of the wed
ding invited out doors first, as they did
not consider it the right thing exactly
to kiss one's wife before folks. ; The
Celestial spectators took a walk for a
minute or two accordingly, and the new
made husband gave his wife a series of
such earnest smacks as to lead to the be
lief that he had been waiting months
for a good chance. After the wedding,
cake and wine,' cigars, &c, were parta
ken of, the Benedict doing the hospitable
in first-class style,
- Mysterious Telegrams. i,' ;,
Washington correspondence Baltimore Sun.
f" Among the telegrams now in posses
sion of tne .rotter committee are a num
ber datedrom. Columbia addressed to
Colonel ;Pelton and signed by - Senator
.Gordon, but containing nothing what-
ever ouc me aaaress ana tne signature.
Your correspondent naving called the
attention of Gen. Gordon to this i mat
ter, he said tnat tne existence of any
such telegrams was a perfect' mystery
to him ; that during the period of polit
ical excitement alter tne presiaenual
election he had sent many telegrams to
CoL Pelton and to other - Democrats.
o-' . ! il S - Li
oome ox lueiu were m cipner ami some
were not, but he certainly had no inten
tion and had ho cause to disown any
telesrram to which he had put his name.
But he knew that he had never! sent
any telegram to Col. Pelton at any fame
containing only the address ana the
signature, and he was very curious to
inspect these alleged telegrams if the
committee would give him the oppor
tunity. Gen. Gordon said it was simply
something he could not understand.
. For upwards iof thirty years Mrs. Window's Sooth
ing Syrup has been 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. , '
EueAttatoableby the Bheumatlc. j ,
Yes. althoueh .they may despair bf relief, it Is
attainable by rheumatic sufferers, for there la a
remedy wnicn carries on, ny means oi increased
activity of the kidneys Imnortant channels for
blood purincatlon the acrid element to which
pathologists the most eminent atxriDute tne painnu
symDtoms a theory completely borne out by urin
ary analysis. - The name of this grand deporent Is
HoBtetters, a preparation likewise celebrated 99 a
remedy for constipation, which causer contamina
tion of the blood with the bfleand a certain
means of reHef to dyspepsia, fever and ague, and
nervQua auments, - It is, peraapg, tne - nnest tonic
extant, and is highly recommended as a medicinal
stimulant bf distinguished Dhrsldans and analysts
who prondunoe it to be eminently pure and very
oenenciai.' rne press aiso enaorses u. .
- i ; 7,1 Remarkable Result.
It makfta nn dlffemnnA hm manv nhndnlana. hr
how much medicine you have tried, it Is now an es
tabUahed fact that German Syrup is the only reme
dy which has Driven eomnlete satisfaction to severe
cases of Lung Diseases. It Is true there are yet
thousands of persons who , are predisposed to
Throat and Lung Affections,' Consumption, flem-
nage8t Asinma, severe Axiaa settled on tne
east Pneumonia. Whoonmir Ceueh. fte..! who
have no personal knowledge of Boschee's German
Syrup, t To such we would say that 50.000 dozen
were sold last year without one complaint Con
sumptives try tobi one ootue. iteguiar size 75
cents. , Sold by all druggists to America. ., 4
CHARLOTTE OPERA HOUSE.
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" JOHN T. FORD, Manager.
' J ULIUS
Shakespeare's Classic and Historical Tragedy,
' i WEDNESDAY, FEB, S,'. ' ", 1 "
Interpreted by the renowned Dramatic Arttsv
!A Jim S OGO iSSa
AA NN NG!;0
A A.N N N G -1 "HSU
Mare Antony, as acted by him for over 100
nights at Booth's Theatre, New York. v
. The distinguished Actors,
: MR. THOMAS W. KEENS.
Whose success in "Hamlet" "Richard in," and
' other snaKespeanan cnaracters, emmenuy '
'',,.- fit him for his great personation- ..."
i r;,". i-of Cassiusj..,
1 V ,"'MR. R. L. DOWNING, as Brutm - n
, . , MR. GEQRGE H0EYK - ;J
The- accomplished actor, will assume the role of
rrThe resf of the cast to the hands of acknowledge
ea capacity, mew scenery nas Deen especially pro
vidett New Roman costumes for every character.
- ry Sale of seats win commence on Monday.
Admission 60 cents and $1.00 secured seats 25
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O G LOSE O U X !
Will begin the Grand Annual Closing
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There win be a Grand Rush and we would advise
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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-merit-
of $20. Overcoats,' embracing. Worsteds, Cas
Brown Meltons, marked $15, $16, $1? and $19.50,
Our splendid heavy Chinchilla Coats worth the en
Tests, $27.50, $28 and $30-duced to $22.50,
away Frocks and Tests, $20, $21, $22 and $23.50,
ment of Casslmere Frock and Sack Suits, sold
Our enure Stock of Casslmere Pants ranging $6.50
$5.50 and $6.00, one uniform price, $4.00, TO
Wnl be sacrificed, some 300 pairs all wool Cassi
Hankercheifs at 25a TO CLOSE OUT. A small
ur Fine Merino Underwear, worth $2 each Shirt
Our stock of Boys'
Will be arranged to connection with the "Clearing
garments and other perishable goods, to be slangh
.In many instances the auanOiy it iiaii tna aa
.Y,"T. ' . ..
CI THING! CLOTHINpi
: W. KAUFMAN5 ft CO. L
M .... f , . . . m lj
: CLOTHING H0U8E!
GREAT REDUCTION LN PRICE.
North CnitutnA. thA lnnmat nhAflrwuir nrl mnaf
beautiful aM veU. selBcted stock
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WX HATS XVXB CSTKEXD,
Consisting of the usual variety of MEN'S. BOY'S,
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.'
tSf All we ask Is that our friends and customers
will give us a call, as it will be to your interest, and
you will save from fifteen to twenty per cent on
your purchases. . X : W. KAUFMAN A CO., .
-' ; . . . Springs Comer, Charlotte, N. C
dec!2. .,. , .... ,. . , .-
CORN AND WHEAT EXCHANGE, ' " :s
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t , Postofnce Address, Charlotte QtyMQls
" Parties having grain to grind or to sen will find
It to then interest to eaU on the undersigned,' Meat
ground either fine or coarse, according to order."
; Thankful, for former patronage, f will give my
prompt personal attention to all orders frocs one
bushel to a ear load, i
- -i " ROBERT D. 6RABA1I, ' ;
r,7-n 'i'j 'kHh v .- j.,.- i, Superintendent; '
ti gulijOag twits.
TTTE HAVE A" SELECT STOCK" n i Tr.'V.' !
IT' t-) "i-r f" -!
Ot Whole and Ground Spices. Including Fells'
mixed spices, try It and be convinced that there Is
notnmg nicer. - i a. yttu&xvx uu
decia-u,- -."4 7r.;I
i0XS and NELSON'S GELATINE, f ; -y u i
J t or r .- ' - " f S
F Corn Starch, Italian Macaroni and Pearl Ta
ploca.- - v . - ' L. B. WRISTON ,CO.
deciai i,Ia f tstti ' , , - ij-t i ,
XT-BENCH BRANDY -; V'-,' -i -a ..'Lf
JC' t . ij i.ii,'. ) i.: r s T'T ' Y'
' "ii -;. hi -tki h:,r. -'Vi '':
'1 ' " ' 1 ;, ; ; Guaranteed to be, V . , :
rJiX y 4 r.?wT JBARS.9'l n ui i
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AT CENTRAL HOTEL 8AL00S,
D 'AAA . ,: T'.s ..:
T " 00 DDD
A A S ,5
TO CLOSE O UsOp f
. 0 . C L O S R. O V XI !
OUR ENTIRE STOCK" OF WINTER GOODS 1
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Sale of an heavy fabrics, embracing. Overcoats,
;i.V WINTER UNDERWEAR. I ;.""v
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out friends to call early to order to enjoy the
WELCOME ANNOUNCEMENT !
who. have deferred purchasing, looking forward
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tare wear. Annexed we will give a schedule of
To-day win begin thegreai distributing sale of the
E. D. LATTA 4 BRO.,
TO CLOSE OUT.
Overcoats, Satin lined, $40 at $29, Out Fine
land Casters, $30, at $25. Our OUve 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 magnmcent line of
an at one uniform closing price,$18.00, TO CLOSE
readily the entire Season, $15, $16 and $17.50, at
Our $10 and $12.50 COSSLMEBE 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
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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.
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Qothtog win be offered at prices lower than other
TO CLOSE OUT. ' . ' J
Prices" to our regular and desirable goods, certain
tered at less than half value. !
few, and la order to procure Just whaq your heart
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And desiring to purchase will bear in mind our
previous advertisement of
J IUB WINTER STOCIT t
1 VUR WINTER STOCJtV f
No sham, we will sen to our. Customers and Pa
trons our Fall and Winter Clothing at actual cost
We never advertise to any fact but what we actu
Our Mr. L. BERWANGER. a practical Tailor and
Manufacturer for the past fifteen years, is enabled
to buy Goods at very low figures, and therefore, we
are able to fell you clothing at Manufacturers'
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' ' Respectfully,
L. BERWANGER St BRO, j
u Fine Oothlers and TailoB.
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. ATRBANKS SCALBS.
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Coffee Mills, Spice MTRs, anSt Stoi Itttans Geo
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Casstmere SulUngs, 'and ! , wy'A
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prices, and aa out goods are marked to plain
mammoth stock of'
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Jestup Custom made garments,; silk sleeve lined
ton, silk sleeve, $24 at $ia Our' entire assort.
Our attractive viiriety ' of ' Worsteds Oxford and
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Dahlia and1 Black EngQah WorsUdr Frock and
English Worst ed in Black, Bro wn and Dahlia Cut
OUT. ; The, handsotnest and most attractive assort
one uniform price, ' $12, TO CLOSE OUT.
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immense assortment of Casslmere Pants,. $5,
Casslmere Pants at one uniform price,. $3.00,
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CLOSE OUT. Oat: remaining stork -of jLaciles'
on, worth $2.25 at $1.00,' TO Cr,OSl' OUT.
OUT. . Our enure stock of Underwear, worth 75c
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toerchants'cah Lt'ftotou.V .7'
noes of .Worsteds! to' CoS'Jis broken
most d&fcCan eartx, to th- ,
E. D. LATTA & BRO. 1
Beg to can your attention to the fact that it is
their desire to give to our city a
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Where any and eWrythlng that the trade of our
community may desire, can be had, We shall make
it a point to remove the necessity which some of
our people claim to ham : been placed to to order
Goods from abroad, as' we shalT alwayi keep a
targe, wen selected and
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.' No effort win oe spared J'on our part to make our
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Retan Department. .Grand Success, and we pro-
pose to bring ttgraduani to, such, a standard as to
make it wmzid
; SECOND TO NONE SOUTH.
Our, MB. BARUCH wUI gtve.bJs. peraotial, atton
lion, to this. Department and, lutomeysuc la
Just that class of business saOsnes na that our ef
forts hi tttorjartlculkr' will be Btipreclated dt our
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numerous friends and customers ' .
; no buivu wuuxiuD wvuer, Mir uw nww ur
the remainder of out TUi wul
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AT ASTONISHLKGLT LOW PKICEA
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With a view of making room for our Spring and
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Summer stock, which we win place in our store as
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I r. 'w. THE LINES OF 0US . V; ..t '
HOLESALE DTPABTMFNTi ,
iif Otl.TV HOLESALEt X?ARTMA2Aw.l
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witiil :("9W Yery'raspectfullyj ' ;j
Jan.21, 1878. -