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wgaito and tAwqaws. lTs funrirt. al flAort
WEEKLY EDITION :
BZU2TK3, BILZr-SBADS, 1 3 'i f.tt'l'J f
UfeAty, (in tfunty) in adixw... $2 00
Oirfw.PPv'-'--":j 2 10
Six MontTiM. ...... . ,..' .0. i j ... 1 .00
CP- Tjtbwd Rriuctioiujor QUO, j ' .
XgmEB-ffgj D.S. CiMM;
TAQ8 RECEIPTS, POSTERS,
S PROGRAMMES. BAND-BOlA
CHARLOTTE, K. LC.,;TUESD 4, 1879.
PAMPBLET8, CIRCVLARS. CHECKS, 4UX
It ill f I ' uf
QASHMERES IKS ALPACAS.
just Received another lot of superior
CASHMERES AMD ALPACAS,
B ulging In Price from 25 cento to One Dollar.
A Few Pieces of COLORED CASHMERES, all
Wool, of superior quality, at sixty cents,
Do not fan to see oar LADIES' CLOAKS before
buying. It will pay you.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OfE
FUKNITURE 1 i
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS J
. LOUNGES I
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS J
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS i
ty COFFINS of all kinds pn hand.
COFFINS of. all kinds On hand.
No. i Wkot THJtoi srsznv
, . ;-.,.,!-,r;,-.-M
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
(W Ladies' and Gentlemen;s Burial Bobes-a
r.ne supply. "--: " ' ." ' . ' ., . '
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Uf'itlvvi Oi '
, ,TL.fy ROGERS' WABEBOOMS,, ; (;
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My Stock' is Tery Laii ! and embraces a Foil Llne ot
v 1 r 7. ...... (..- . S - . .tsi;-iit !
. : PATR, fTHAMBTR, DBONQROO
, , "v.V'fi--.-4'1, :' s'-f
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E M E
CHILDREN'S FINE FANCY
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ALEXANDER & HARRIS.
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The handsomest lot Of Oil ColoredT CREJONS of
the season. Also a new lot of
HAMBURG EDGINGS AND INSERTING S.
Don't fan to look at my new Abdominal
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u yjyj uk Ka on
OOO OO S B 88 KEK
New lot of Crochet and Diagonal
I s Jll have a few fine Cloaks to close out at half
their real value.
A new lot of Black and White Satin. Also
For Skirt Protectors.
T. L. SEIGLE.
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
LADIES' CLOAK Q
THE GREATEST B A R G A I NO
HE GREATEST BARGAI NO
THE S E A 8 P 1 .
firx HUKDRED CHOICI LADIES' CLOAKC
YTK BmtDBXD CHOICK LADIXS' CLOAXO-
s.'t.:ri:i i.i5f: !:sr. ;..? ,tH'''i' u'f
JUOT BKCBITXD BT EXPRXSQ
TOT BBCXITXP BT BXPBEsOj
Which win be sold without reserve, at sacrk ;
flclns: prices. Dont fall to come and look at .
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OWEEPlNa BEDUCTlON'of WRmO
NOW IS YOUR CHANCT7I
. OWIS , YOUR CHANC-Cf t;
bilk : .
rpO BUY A CLOAK! FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFrp.
X O. BUY A CLOAK; FOB A CHRISTMAS GIF X !
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j ' . M H. MORRIS BEOS.
I H MORRIS ft BROS,
A N N jo U N C
N NO U H C
Njlable Events in Its Hbtory 1 Growing: VUt
lagt Eaucalional Items Personal, fcc
To the Editor of The Observer
The location of this Village by the fa
thers was more the result of accident
than foresight, it "being,' the first avail
able place in tne oia JNortn state ror a
side track turnout on the now Char
lotte, Columbia '& Augusta ' Railroad.
liisrht here, on the birth place or James
K Polk, was heard the first railroad
whioHo in Woatam Nnrth flarnlina-
wnistle in W estern . JN ortn A.arouna ,
here m old Mecklenburg was first heard
tbat potent voice OI Steam, mat nas Clll- I
minated in a network of grand results
m the City of Charlotte. Much might
be said of its early history . that would
intprpsr thft o-pnpral Tpalr bnt I desire
interest tne general reaqer, uut a aesire
to mention only a lew .points or lis
present status. Located eleven miles
south of Charlotte, protected in this
i,A n Ainr, A,i,4, h y,a ry.
"u oii oujowjuu uunuouiuo mo i
auon oi tne iocai opuon law, surrouna-
ed by a thrifty, industrious and church-
going people, it is most f avprably situ-
ated tor a nursery ot Churcnes ana the average of life being lessened eyery year, witb
schools. Its educational facilities apd out any reasonable eansedeatff jresrdttng general-
moral atmospnere iiaveawxactea tots I
limits some Oi tne oest citizens oi tne I
county, and a second rate turnout has
or late oecome a nrst-Ciass. village OI
several hundred inhabitants. Recently
a neat brick Presbyterian church has
adorned the town, and reflects credit on
its projectors. The last twelve months
nave wnnesseu tne aatuiion oi len new
ana eiesant coctase nouses ana two aa-
ditionarschools. The old public free sybcp has proven itself to be the greatest dlscov
sohool building was sold and converted eiy of ltg medlclrie. Every Druggist in this
into a private residence, and a hand- wui teii you of its wonderful effect Over
H "uc xaa ci
rcau tuc uuwmc Ui """i10 I
A year ago. in sight of and south of -
tne village, on a Deautitui eminence,
was finished by J. R. Kirkpatrick a
large and elegant academy, which for
convenience of construction and adap
tability to school purposes, will com
pare favorably with any like building
in the Carolinas. Here, too, Prof. E.W.
Scott has located his Woodlawn busi
ness college, and as an instructor in his
department ne is second, to no man in
the United States. Polk Academy, now
under the management of J. li. JiirK-
patrick and Rev. Wm. H. Bass, A. M,
is in successiui operation wun increas
ed facilities for imparting instruction
in all the English branches, Latin,
lireek and tne nigner matnematics.
This institution closed the first month
of its second year on January 31st, 1879,
witn a ncn least 01 tat tnings ior tnose 1
wno couia appreciate an intellectual
banquet Prof. Bass gave an erudite
lecture on education, displaying a thor
ough mastership or his subject and a
scholarly analysis of its true import and
and signification. He was followed by
the' Rev. L. R Stacy in an earnest and
eloquent appeal to tne young men to
aim high: and he drew a most beauti
ful picture of what energy and indus
try will accomplish for any young man.
This young messenger of the gospel bids
fair for great usefulness in the church,
and our village may well congratulate
itself that he and his excellent lady are
in a few days to be installed in the par
sonage here, which is just about finish
ed. With this pleasant and genial ac-
auisition to our nouulation. and a new
Methodist church in embryo, the pros
pects for our future success are indeed
bright and cheering. Plus Anon.
Horrible Tragedy in Atlanta.
The Constitution of Saturday prints
the sickening details of a murder, with
the causes wnich prompted the commis
sion of tne terrible deed. Mr. Sam. Hill
and Mr. John R. Simmons met in the
bar-room of the National Hotel, and al
most immediately after meeting, Mr.
Hill shot Mr. Simmons, inflicting a fatal
wouna 1a uie neau. itenerai rumor
stated that Mr. Hill's wife was connect
ed with the affair, and that some wrong
to ner was tne cause 01 ms action rn tne
premises. Mr. Hill gave himself up to
a policeman, was taken to the station
house, where he made a statement to a
reporter corroborating the rumor. Said
he: "I have been wronged, wronged
deeper than I can tell you. I have been
off and on in Atlanta several years. I
nave tew. iriendS nere and many people
that ar down on me. I have hp.en
t mn-iA . v.0w n
Die woman, livery body who saw ner
loved her. I know that she loved me
devotedly. Last fall while I was away,
1 was wronged wronged deeper tnan
if a man had : shot me, and left me to
lincrer out mv life in nam. Men who
have not wives cannot tell how I was
wroneed. but a man with a mother and
a sister ought to be able to appreciate
in. iiiuiD j. nt 6""" Mut"u w
my wife and got into her confidence by
rr.rr." a.V";. ?Ja Z ZZ?;
vvr iiMuiiu . . "
on tne city elections, uue mgui just
a'fter this election I was up town, when
a friend came to me and told me I had
better go out home as some one had
A t j .1 1 ! A.1 A. T
gone mere ana toia my wixtj mat x wits
coming home to kill her. I hastened
out to my home; at 260 East Hunter
street, and found on the door a note
saying: 'My dear husbaad, good-Dye.
1 call you by that name for the last
time. I am gone.'
" "It was signed by my wife, and L be-
1 , , . ... 1 i
lievea. tnat a man came in a carriage
and took, ner away.
The tirisoner waaihen asked if the
man he had shot was the man who had
" 1 rrl t ' u "r" Vr "
A. 11 Wei. saw Ullll UC1UID 1U uxv uic,
but from the description I have heard,
I think: it was the same man.? 3 r 7
"Mr Simmnno' fnonnn m VP a vprsmn
of the affairvery materially different
A ney say na inter oiiuuiuiio was auut,
and was Iving on the floor-when, be
Arhiil lrai1Vtr orolr -fn-r fViQ Hliwl IT Til a
mouth, his brother, Mr. Mote Simmons,
of the firm of Simmons Hunt, came
to him and the wounded man said in
niiiinii HTJo ohnt ma tnrr ivttiiri j (Tt ia
also denied that Mr. Simmons ever had
anvthing to" do with the "wife of " Mr.
Hill. Sava tiie Constitution nn j
"Tne case is one or, tne most unionu-
nate ,we have .ever chronicled., Mr.
Simmons is a voung man who has many
warm friends here. He s about twenty
two years old, and is a member of jthe
Atlanta cadets, ne is tne proprietor oi
a drug store on Marietta street, near tfte.
ootpoft racpory, 1
The Kational Complaint.
Dyspepsia Is the national complaint Almost
very other man or woman you meet has it, and
the result Is t at the number, of pseudo-remedies
for It Is s numerous as Pharaoh's host They are
for the most part worthless. J There Is, however, a
searching eradlcant 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 Stomaeh Bit
ters extirpates dyspepsia with greater certainty and
promptitude v4 n ' any known ; remedy, and Is a
most genial lnvigorant, appetizer and aid to secre
tion. Thpso are not ompty; assertions, as thou
sands of our countrymen and women who have ex
perienced Its effects are aware, but are backed np
by Irrefragable proofs repeatedly laid before the
pu ,' c ' The Bitters also promote a regular habit
oi ' f an give a healthful stimulus tQ the urt-
naryorgan?tj . 4--"'
It makes no difference how many physicians, or
how much medicine you have tried, it is now an es
tablished fact that German Syrup is the only reme
dy which has given complete satisfaction in severe
eases of Lung Diseases. It Is true there are yet
thousands of persons who fare predisposed to
Throat and Lung Affections, Consumption, Hem
orrhages, Asthma, Severe Colds settled on the
Breast, Pneumonia, Whooping Cough, Ac, who
have no personal knowledge of Boscbee's German
Syrup. To such we would say that 50,000 dozen
were sold last year .without one complaint Con
sumptives try jus -one Dome, ueguiar size 75
cents. Sold by all druggists in i
Ease Attainable by the Baeuuttle.
Yes, although they may despair: of relief, it is
. . . - i 1 m L J
attainable by rheumatic, sufferers for there is a
remedy which carries on, toy means ef increased
gL ol the kidneys-Important channels for
bioodpurifkation the acrid element to which
patnoiogisK tne mos eminent aonouie tne painrui
!?mPi?n25r&I 2&&L SStL?-
Hostetters, a preparation likewise celebrated as a
remedy for constipation, which causer contamina-
Hon of the blood with the bile and a certain
mMnBOf reUefin dTsneosla. fever and aeue. and
nervoos ailments. It is, perhaps, the finest tonic
extant and Is highly recommended as a medicinal
who pronounce it to be eminently pure and very
heneflclal. Tne press also endorses lu
,. Deaw-Rate of
our country is getting to; be fearfully alarming,
ly from the most Insignificant origin. At this sea-
son of the year especially, a cold is such a common
thing that in the hurry of every day Rfe we are apt
to overlook the dangers attending It and often find
too late, that a Fever or Lung trouble has already
getm. Thousands lose their lives in this way ev-
ery wniie had Boschkb's gxbmah Steup
been taken, a cure would hare resulted, and a large
bm fjon, a doctor been avoided. For all diseases
,,, r nni nnmvi Rnwiv
950,000 bottles sold last . year without a single
JUST IN TIME.
We have Just received a fine selection of. such
Goods as you want for
: Christmas presents,
Such as fine Lockets and Chains,
Fine Sets, Seal Rings, Initial Cuff Buttons, Scarf
Pins and anything in the line you may want.
CALL AND SSX XHKM.
HALES A EARRIOR.
iTom pans, France,
WATCH and CLOCK MAKER, GILDER and SIL
Trade Street, opposite First Presbyterian Church,
Nat Gray Store.
Every kind of repairs made at once at half price-
and warranted one year. Every kind of Jewelry or
vanizlng made 'at shortnitlce and equally as good
Bronze ouaing, coloring. Buver-fiaang ana ua
as new. Work done for the trade at low prices.
Apprentice wanted, with premium and good
gT. MARY'S COLLEGE, ,
GASTON COUNTY. N. a
This institution, conducted by a colony of the
Benedictine Fathers from St Vincent's College,
Westmoreland county. Pa., is eleven miles distant
from Charlotte on the Alr-Llne Railroad. It stands
on tne 01a uaiaweu mace, iamous ior netutmneas
Remote from town, it offers rare inducements to
parents and guardians for the education of their
S,,,. TOnthl , vnionrir taht
their religion, the children of respectable parents
of all denominations will be received and their
moral training strictly cultivated.': Attendance to
the students; without any interference with their
re!&0 la thATftnrw ftmhntfi(J
1 tnrea denartments: i classical, tne maxnemanca
f and the commercial, and also the. preparatory for
ferms-Portulttonandboardper session of five
I months, payable in advance, S00.UU.
For fall Tjartlcalars and catalogues, apply to the
REV. STEPHEN - LYONS. O. S. B.. Rector, Gari-
oaidi p, o., Gaston county, N. u :
On due notice a conveyance will be sent from the
College to meet students on their arrival at the de
Day scholars wm be received on terms to suit the
convenience or parents.
janiu per im
OOK KEEPING. '
I takd this method to Inform the nubile In Char
lotte that I am now forming a class to whom I pro
pose to teach book Keeping m au its Dranenes. ny
experience nvDooK Keeping ior cwemj-nve years is
a guarantee that the instruction given ueciass
will be thorouKh and complete. The class will be
formed on the third day of February.
: r T6rms-piyeb0 C241essonsV
' . i 4 , 20 24 SSOnS.
I will also undertake to open up or balance
Iwlra t nHlnat nviiinla whnn AM m1
Jan. ai iw
iharlotte opera house.
I V ' , .
JOHN T. FORD, Manager.
tJ ULIUS CSA
Shakespeare's Classic and Historical Tragedy,
h WEDNESDAY, FEB. B,;
Interpreted by the renowned Dram .
JU Maixi Antony, an acted by him for ore J00
nights at Booth's Theatre, New York, .
MB, THOMAS 7. KEENS,
Whose success In "Hamlet," Rlehard m,n and
other snaKespeanan cnaracters, eminenuy u
fit him for his great personation
-,of Casslua. . . .
- MR. RX. DOWNING, as Brutus.
MB. GE05GB 50EY,
The aeeompllshed actor, will assume therole of
juuusuaesar. . . ,
' - The rest of the cast In the hands of acknowledg
ed capacity. . New scenery has been especially pro
vided,; New Roman costumes for. every character.
tW Sale of seats wnieommenee- on Monday.
Admission 50 cents and S1.00; secured seat 25
f cents extra,
coo. bbb'. aj ior
8 t fBcnsKg
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T O O
T O O
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rD A T T
AA T J
D A A YY
D D AAA Y
Will begin the Grand Annual Closing
There will be a Grand Rush and we would advise
it wui De to tne many i
And to others it will repay them to Invest for fu
ores, we would suggest Oils 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
Tests, $27.50, $28 and $30 reduced to $22.50,
away Frocks and Tests, $20, $21, $22 and $23.50,
ment of Cassimere Frock and Sack Suits, sold
Our entire Stock of Cassimere Pants raiudns $8.50 I
$5.50 and $6.00, one uniform price, $4.00, TO I
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 Boys'
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
L O T H I N G!
W. KAUFMAN & CCa
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Havinar determined to reduce our stock, we now
offer to the people of Charlotte and this section of
North Carolina, the largest, cheapest and most
Deaumui and wen selected staeK
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WB HAVK KVJUt OFFEBXD,
Consisting of the usual variety of MEN'S, BOY'S,
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
All we ask is that our friends and customers
will dve us a call, as It will be to your interest, and
you will save from, fifteen to twenty per cent, on
your purchases. W. KAUFMAN it CO., ,-
Springs Comer, Charlotte, N. CL
QORN AND WHEAT EXCHANGE,
Postoffloe Address,1 Charlotte City MSls
Parties havlnrgrain to grind or to sen will find
it to tneir interest 10 can on we unuersignea. Meat
eround either fine or coarse, according to order. ,
Thankful for former patronage, t will give my
ipt personal aneution 10. au oroers xrom one
i.v. - . ; . Superintendent,'
VX7E HATE A SELECT STOCK
' Of Whole and Ground Solces. including Fells'
mixed spices, try It and be convinced that there to
nothing nicer. - 1 s wiuaivji a. va
declS '-,-.'' v ,t l -j
tOX'S and NELSONS GELATINE, X'
rvwn Btamh. Italian Macaroni and Pearl T;
ploe- 77. " ,A,B..WRlST0NO0,-
;JJ.. ,'f.'..t t r
Guaranteed to be "
V AT CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON '
T : O
AA , Y T
A A X
: ' ;
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WINTER GOODS 1
Sale of aH heavy fabrics, embracing, Overcoats,
our friends to call early In order to enjoy the
WELCOME ANNOUNCEMENT !
wno nave deferred purchasing, looking forward I
tare wear. Annexed we will give a schedule of
To-day will begin the great distributing sale of the
j E. D. LATTA ae BBO.,
TO CLOSE OUT.
Overcoats, Bitln lined, $40 at $29. Our Fine
land Casters, $30, at $25. Our Olive Brown Cas
ters, Granites, Chinchillas, without reserve, at $157
at one uniform closing price, $12.50.
Ore season $10 $7.00, TO CLOSE OUT. Our line
TO CLOSE OUT. Our enure 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 COSSIMERE SUITS, at $7.50,
TO CLOSE OCT.
$7 and $7.50 at one uniform price, $5.00. Our
CLOSE OUT. Our large variety of $4 and $450
-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
assortment oi the ceiepratea Starr Shirta lnincoi I
and Drawers, will be sold at $3 per suit, TO CLOSE
and $1.00, at one uniform price, 50c.
o U np
O U 1
I Clothing will be offered at prices lower than Other j
TO CLOSE OUT.
Prices" m our regular and dfeslrame goods, certain
I tered at less than half value.
few, and in order to procure Just what your heart
CLOSING OUT SALE.
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W W A A N FN T BEE DDD
ETEEBYBODY iS WANT Of
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And desiring to purchase will bear in mind our
previous aavernsemeni 01 .
i fXUB. WINTER ST0CT7" i
1 WUB WINTER STOCAV ) .
No sham, we will sell 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 ante to 1
1 sell you clothing at Manufacturers'
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We solicit a ealL
L. BERWANGER BROJ
Fine Clothiers and Tsilon.
TOK WORLDS STANDARD.
Fof Sale Alsot
PATENT ALARM MONEY1 DRAWERS? J
.," . . " i ' if
Coffee MQla) Spice Mills, and Btoio Fixtures Gene.
The Jmpfoved Type. WMter
yOsetOaUng Pump Ob's Pumps.;
. . .- 1 ; !'. -' " '
end for Cbeolam .r " '"
f . .. FAIRBANKS 00 '
f -r. ' 1.. ......
- . ; ... 811 Broadway. New Yoik: ;
Tar sale by Leading Hardware Deafer!.
T . O . O
A. A t S:
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Cassimere Suitings, and
best advantages In selections as weU as bargains .
with sollcJmde to this
prices, and as our goods are marked In- plain
mammoth stock of
Jessup Custom made garments, sQk' 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 mot attractive assort'
one uniform price, $12 TO CLOSE OUT. ''
immense assortment of Cassimere Bants, $5
Cassimere Pants at one uniform price! $ff.00i
CLOSE OUT. Our remaining stork, ot Ladles'
ors. wortb moc. nt XI on. TO CTOstc twrr
OUT. Our enure stock of Underwear, worth 75e. .
merchants can buy them
lines of Worsteds, In Coats and Tests, Odd broken
most desires. Call early, in the
X.D. LATTA ftBBOii
ITTE0WSKT A BARUCH
Beg to can your 'attentloh to the fact that It Is
their desire to give to our city a
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-A A ..
" '"V. - c; ,
Where any and everything 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 have been placed, to to order
Goods from abroad, as we shall always keep a
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large, well selected and
AT OUR ESTABLISHMENTS
No effort will be spared on out part to sake our
Retail Department a Grand Success, and we pro-
pose to bring ft gradually to such a standard as to
SECOND TO NONE SOUTH. " :
Our MR. BARUCH wffl give ids personal atten
tion to this Departmeni and his former success In
just that class of business satisfies us that our ef'
forU to this particular will be; appreciated by. our
nurnerous friends and customers . ;t ' ; "
We shall continue T to offer for the,' hWt 80 day
the remainder of oar ft.. , ? v,
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.with i tlewof inaklr room for wSriilng and
Summer stock; which we win place to our store" a
early as the season will adrnlL
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