, SVBSCWPTIOlt SATES
DaOv, one vtr, pottabTifn advance....... $8 00
iz AfortfA.... 4 00
jf enww.. . . ................
H'erUy, (In. (ft eounty) in.adoant..
. 2 10
...... 1 00
Out otA w,apaU-Y
liberal Reduction tvr CUtt.
QASHMKHES AND ALPACAS.
just Received another lot of superior
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CASHMERES AMD ALPACAS,
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Ranging In Price trom 25 cents to One Dollar.
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. !"i Milan: bsiii tiiiv wt jvaiJ 4 !c
.ifj A A"in
.A Few Pieces of aHAED ASHMEB'!
" WooL of superleQijaltty, at sixty ents,.. ,,,
i-' i i.s 'Wsl oj 4?!ft ;J ' il i
Do not fan to see our LADIES' CLOAKS before
buying. It will pay you. i
: i I
ELlAS 4: COHEN.
" -s ' wholesale and betail
ALL KINDS OF
A Fun line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS I
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
COFFINS of an kinds on hand. i ;
. .! ; . . i :..:. .-: '
COFFINS of an kinds on
N. S Wkbt Tkasb Stbxc.
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CHARLOTTE, N. a
Ts. - - '..in
pp Ladles' an Gentlemen's Burlat; teHs
-, .u ..liti.k'l"-s
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U RWurr- ir tt Tmv VKSOL'KKm
n X, tt. BOGERS WiREBOOMS,'";
M (..JM MxnoPgsrfTicv ,.
jii i V) Hi '4-' v"ri'
My steok Is very Lar,'. and embness a Full Line of
' . y;ij yia-' ,'n-"!?ti',li tli '
. PARLOR CHAMBER DIKING BOO ?;r
,a , Urid -i-iOFFICE FURNITUB A .l:
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CHILDREN'S- FINE FAMCT hI i
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h h oo hSSr n kek err jfe-jjiaa
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VOl iO H N O O E
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y OO K Kl OOO EKB S
ALEXANDER & HARRIS.
CBET0NC f '
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The hardsomet lot of Oil Colored CBETONS of
' the' season.' Also Vnewlot of )
HAMBURG EDGINGS AND LNSERTINGS.
Don't fall to look at my new Abdominal
OOO OO RRR oESo'EEBTTTToSS
n no rn its " u t s
O O ORRR 8SaEK T D8Sa
O OO OR K, SB T
OOO OO R R 88 EKE T BSt
New lot ot Crochet and Diagonal
I Skill have a few One Cloaks to close out at half
their real ralue.
A new lot of Black and White Satin. Also
- MONOGRAM RUFFLING'
For Skirt Protectors. ,
' ' ' T. lV seigle f
1 Xp- Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
THE GREATEST B A B G A I NO
H E G B E A T E ST BAR G A I NIO
OF THE SEASOAT
F THE SEASOlN
,HX BTOTDSKD CHOTCB LADIK8 CLOAlO .
JfM HUKDBKD CHOICK LADIK8 CLOAKO
Jrar iiauki viui bt kxfres
(OT BBCBITSD BT XXPRBSl
f.'K'.i'l.h Hl'ii J.J.'.-i
: - Which will be sold -without reserve, at sacrt- rj
l : ficlng prices. Don't fall to come and look a j
.j,(0 -'. i w"t .-
WEBFlNf BEDtretrON Of FOBfEB PRICE
WEEPING BeBuGTIQK of FOBMlB PRICE
lM OW IS TOUB CHANCJCrf . 1
mi but a cvoli9cEcx KlBISTMAS G
1 0 BUT A CLOAK. FOR A CHRISTMAS G
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7 A"T""H A IT PR I C T7,";;
JtX T HALFJPBIC Hi--
. pgiirn or? iilriUw bfiii exit
,u JtOTUnAH A AAKH MORRIS A JBKOWA
.0 .eoUOTOll doH,lMORBiaaLBaQ8il
-lilt I i
i ,, w . i sxr
The glortou!' J$m't)fJ JeWipptton arajelt an
over the country. The counterfeiting trade was
Haying said several severe things of the Ameer,
we learn with the-most poignant regret that the
old wretch can't twA, Buffalo Express. t
There Is eomnlalnt of diseased cattle exported
renvtnla coantrj to Europe jHayea started .It y
President Grevy has beea separated from his
wife for many years, and the Paris papers are
pointing out thai In his present position the sltua-
Whitehall possesses a donkey that surpasses the
famous knight of Cervantes' fable. It eats saw
dust and shaving and tmaglnet them oats and
hay. The animal Is a regular donkey-oat-hay.
Wfd&TtaaTiintv Ja-' YIA,1 fs-'.!i j
Lnla Bceit, , y .f...,
Died whlajgent at(arloHFemaie3oUege.
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Bt "OLD FANTJIKL.
As oft they have of yore.
We miss the fairest flower of all;
On earth 'twill bloom no more.
ilhKlH-T;iT3UJi HO WAT. HUH 'i (
Sleh eentiwrnM'wmsolt breath.
. , inrougn loneiy grove anampiy nan:
.... A.0QCI1. ITgDv T1109 UM.Iytr COll
No more her light and fairy tread,
Win trlp-AtoBg the eoHege walk," i
No more her sylvan voice be heard
Nor fondest comrades bear her talk. 1'
-?!; U&(1 '. ''' i :,''!-'' Ji -!'
For death came swift with chilling blast,
And stlUed the chords of tenderest heart
, Which, o'er, us all a gloom has castt . n
To know that sweetest friends must part , ; -
. . . . ..T. . ...
Weep not for hef your sorr6vgtear;' , 'l ' ii ! )
She was an angel only lent:
ffloo pure td dwell n earthly sphere j .' i - i:
For her were heavenly.angeifl sent
.T .'i jis ta'7 a.-i-i -tr rr'.'-vt.ir.
Now on thelr.wlngs her spirit flies: . .
y S1iels;nordead but ever Ifves' c7
A seraph, bright beyond the skies, ..
Where enoHess praise to4 God 'she gives.
ttitienitlfi rSfiMl'll 1 'H .') ii U,T-.
'"L'.'.''."'"-.'-.-. .etoesdayV .el.; 5,. ists.
Hon. W. T. Dortcdv-presided. '
A coinmuuicatioa.ifora. the justices
of the peace bt "VVake courity, asking the
State ;t pay the costs iri the ease of the
State vs.'i8wepson,ii Shd 1JIiittlefield Was
received, and referred.. . , -j : ;
BILLS AND RESOLTJTIONSON THEIR FIRST
' ' ' HEADING.
By Mr. Byhoim, bill making the car
rying of cpncealed deadly . weapons- a
By Mr. Hoyle, a bill to ascertain and
audit the debt of Cleveland county.
By Mr. Henderson, a bill to amend the
By Mr. Dillard, (by request) to protect
the holders of policies of insurance.
By Mr. Henderson, to amend an act
to reduce and regulate the cost of pub
By Mr. Erwin, a bill for the mainten
ance of lunatics outside of the insane
BILLS WHICH PASSED THEIR THIRD
SrB. 354, to amend section: 93, chapter
32, Battle's RevisaL . Applies to all per
sons leasing real, estate for one or more
H. B. 34, S. B. 208, to amend section t,
chapter 14, laws of lS14r-5, and refers
to the charter of the Watauga and Cald
- S. B.-l57vtoamettdee. 8, chapter 255,
laws of 1876-'77, changing the holding of
the Superior' Courts in the eighth judi
cial district. ' ... '., T;'i r
S. B. 170, to regulate in certain 're
spects the degree of kinship in which
Sersons in this State may. not lawfully
H. B. 15, S. B. 323, amends chapter 255,
laws 1876-"!?, changing ;the time of hold
ing the courts in the sixth judicial dis
trict. This gives Montgomery county
one week ana Union .county two weeks.
t The following bills w ere tabled : An
an act to punish adultery. An act for
the payment of the justices of the peace
for the transaction of county business.
An act in relation to the probate of
Xhe.bilL for the protection of birds
was discussed at length, several amend
ments Off ered and recommitted. "
At 11 : 30 a. m. the Senate took a recess
and proceeded to the hall of the House
of Representatives to take part in the
inauguration of Gov. T.J. Jar vis; after
which the Senate returned to the Sen
ate chamber,"and on motion of Mr. By
num went; into an? election for presi
dent of the Senate.
Adjourned until to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock. j . . .
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Wednesday,' Teb. 5, 1879.
Mr. Speaker !Moiing.filled tUe chair;
Mro&rd Introduced the . only i reso
lution of the day. r w ; - ,
were introduced by Messrs. Vaughan;
Venable, Ferrell, ! Brbwtty of Meckleh
burg, McCorkle, Waddell, Cooke, and
CALENDAR. . ' ' '
Resolution instructing the finance
committee to report at the earliest prac
ticable moment. Adopted.-'' '
The bill for the protection of sheep
was ordered to be printed.
Bill to allow' the commissioners of
Caldwell county to levy a special tax,
was passed second time.
! Bui to amend sections 3 and 4 of chap.
80 Battle's . RevisaL This bill gives
clerks of Superior Courts the power of
commissioners. It went back to the
committee on judiciary.
Bill to punish officers of benevolent
societies for .embezzlement, was passed.
i ne nouse men-aujouraeu xo receive
the Senate, and go into joint session to
inaugurate the Governor.
! After the Ceremonies were" conclud
ed, the House was called to order by the
Speaker. Tfrf t
Mr. Blocker obtained" the floor and
inaucrurals evfer delivered bipa Govern-:
or ot Jforth Carolina; I move that the
House adjourn." And the House did it.
i NOTK.--TIie Mii''introiacea Dy Mr.
Brown, of Mecklenburg, on yesterday
repels tiMuact requiring tUe owner 6i
land to keep the same fenced, j
Ger, Leach's Last.
. When Gen.LeachFhad,waiked with
the new Governor into his office: and had
shook his hand cordially arjddtpw
Jarvis, I've done all I could for you. "BB,
comlorUDie ana you win soon gee usea
to it j God bless you And make m& yOt
successor. Good-bye." And before the'
Governor could reply he was g0ne:r:t'jr
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. WImIqw s Sooth
ng Syrup haiOeeuifW'ehtia1tor--K corrects.
ddlty of the stomach, relieves wind cque, legulates
bowels. euadPtJtitiMnVIIdii&oeL whether
lialns from teethlnsor other causes. An old and
'eqown remedy. 25c per bottle. . - j
riir opea.piA uiftuVf -yHwa
pep jtisit flnlafie4 'is sufficient for the
dav. W ft have i ust heard one of the best
1 it "iOI ,Y lHi
9,'cl H I anttl wu r. j
i .siii K'ri? iiftatuil itSM oi .iiiu: 7;jorsi i
i vrt I i!ffl vf -rf il'j'i fn fi'ittryfi ,ri,t! . J I
' -w .r '(!' "i .'i iv it.i u'i-. t. i l i :
Tbfl Sixth Annual Heeling of ibt.Stat Grange.
SECOND DAY MORNING SESSION.
-51 February 5th, 1879.
The, grange was called to order in the
Qtrrtti'degree at 9 o'clock a, m: by the
overseer, the: , master being; absent on
account of his-duties in the Legislature.
MrJE. Cherry acted as overseer, and Mr.
J,. J,; Graham as, 'steward, Prayer by
the cahplainv Rev; Wm. Grant, j h n.
Reports, of , committees being' called
for, tne treasurer's, report was read and
referred to the finance committees He
states the amount of cash; oa hand at
last settlement and received during the
past year to be $918.45, and the disburse
ments' were ' $878:96, leaving a balance
o $399. , -Thei .amount of orders un
paid in his hands, $122.75. 1 '
v-iTne report, of the finance committee
was next readmit states (that the books,
receipts,", statements and" vouchers of
thiejprtfoir the pty'ear Jiad been
and -'kept ih& neat and business like
manner.'' They report the -same of the
treasurer's papes;snd books; recom
mend that the secretary's salary be re
duced from $400 tor $200 ; that the execf
pbs'siWby cirtespon4nce so as to less
en the expenses of that committee ; that
the dues of subordinate granges-;remaih
the same. The last part of the' report
relating' to the dues, of; .subordinate
graftgesjt :as7ao,pted;' thia 'other part
was referred to the committee on ncon
stitution and by-la Ws - - , . , ' 1 1
...XhB-.ke.iti&bBk on the
good of the order was read by .the chair
man. The report, was. an unusually full
one and states that by a determined effort
the grange can be put on as good a foot
ing as it ever has been; that dormant
granges should.be placed on the, same
footing, -they, . were a year ago; that
they had not appreciated the clemency
extended to them; by the State grange;
recommends the adoption of .that; por
tion ot the master's address,' advising
that the master be made a salaried of
ficer, that the office of treasurer be com
bined with that of the secretary, or that
the salary be reduced to $10; recomr
nljend that the other suggestions con
tained in the masters address be re-
Messrs. , J. A Davis and Xu W. Reason
of the committee, presented a minority
report! - It recommends that the mas
ter be made a salaried officer, and in
order to pay it that the dues of mem
bers be increased to 12M cents ; that the
State be divided into four districts and
that the master canvass each district
The two reports elicited a good deal
of earnest discussion, which lasted up
to the hour fixed for adjournment 11
o'clock when the grange adjourned in
order to witness the inauguraL'ceremo
nies attending the installation of Gov.
The grange met promptly at 3 o'clock,
p. m. Business was resumed in the
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
L The discussion oh the report of the
committee for the good of the order
was resumed. The discussion took a
wide range and lasted for nearly two
hours. That part of the report relating
to dormant granges was not adopted;
the rest of the report was referred as
the committee recommended.
Capt. Thigpen's resolution relating to
the agricultural department, together
with a memorial to the Legislature,
were reported back by the special com
mittee to whom they were referred and
adopted. The resolution endorses the
Mr. R.Yoder made a report on the
advantages of planting memorial trees;
recommends the more general adoption
of the practice.
: Committee- on fertillizers reported;
endorses the tax on fertilizers, the ex
perimental fertilizer station at Chapel
Hill, and recommends the no-fence law.
The report was adopted.
The committee on labor and immi
gration in their report recommend the
adoption of the tenant system by farm
ers, and that immigration be encour
aged by the commissioner of agriculture.
The report of the committee on prop-;
ositkms and grievances, to whom were"
referred the memorials from Cabarrus
county, Pomona grange, Jacob's Tork
ge . jno 242, antt: mcKory, grange
b. 388, in regard to the no-fence law,
recommend the adoption of the stock
or no-fence law,'
The resolution of Capt, Thigpen re
lating to the geological survey recom
mends that a committee of. five be ap
pointed to confer with the agricultural
committee of the Senate and-request
them not to abolish the survey, the
committee to express ho opinion as to
the presentjreologiat, -'wi !
i Dr. L. W. C. Benbow offered an
amendment, which was adopted, that a
committee prepare, a memorial and re
port to this grange at a future meeting
upon the fence or stock law, dogs, roads,
and schools. The resolution as amend
ed was then referred to the special com
mittee on the agricultural department.
'., ;; NIGHT SESSION.
1 The grange was called to order at
T:30 p. mM the worthy master in the
chair, j '
The. report of the committee on the
Patrons' Relief Association was read,
and after some. discussion was inform
ally laid over. ' The report recommend
ed that two quarters dues be retained
to meets drafts,' 'V vf , , , -;
1 Theepb'(f:Q;'i6mmittee on the
good of the order on the resolution of
H. J2. J&ng (relating to a salary for the
master) recommends that the secretary
pay over to the mastei $200 out of the
fust money that he receives, so that he
can commence a canvass, of the State
at once ; also recommends that the mas
ter retain all fees for reviving dormant
granges, and-: f pr y; organizing of
new ones, and that-he-shafl makre regu
lar reports of the same to the secreta
ry. The report was adopted.
; The chaplain, Rev, Wffi, Qjant, in a
felKlrt bVTOQt'QW speeeh, proposed i that
the brothers tjome forward . and suln
scribe in cash whatever each one could
to make a beginning tq wards creating
a . salary for the master, After a few
minutes $1020 was announced as hav
ing been received by the secretary, and
about $300 in orders due by the grange ;
the ! amount was received with much,
applause, , , t - . ;'.'
At the request of several members,
pr, .Benbow gave an account Ot .tha
WOTKingof the stock or no-fence 4aw
Jn the west, especially in Mecklenburff
county, His statements as to its ad-,
vantages were listened to witiimucb;
i At 10 so o'clock the grange adjourned
until 9 o'clock. a.. m. to-morrow.
1 rftorfi - " .-- i ii ,-.rHvr-f t
!:.;.,,:.. icut, i
1 To alt who are suffering from the errors and lift
discretions of youth, nervous weakness earty de
cayVJoss ta manhood, 4c, wui sand a recipe that
wm cure you, 1FREE XF C
Knted3hn(WfiS . . dl3Cp.Yered.br. a. mlSHlnnartiinttl
flonttabme-tow.- Sead -a- setf-addieasM enveT!
uS ftSsffiVJOSEPH Tt DWAN; BfcfflbU d; fijlf
uouse, new ion. ww,
FEBRUARY 8, 1879.
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T iiO'Orr p AA T T'" i"
8 8 v S S i V-
O L OS E
C L O 8 E
O U rp J
O U X'l
Win begin the Grand. Annual Closing
-:;.. ... :. y
-There will be a Grand Rush and we would advise
It win be to the many
And to others it will repay them to Invest far fa
ares, we would suggest this circular be retained.
Tou can buy English Fur and Whitney Beaver
worth$32and$30, at.$24- Our Fine West Eng:
meat of $20 Overcoats, embracing Worsteds, Cas
Brown Meltons, marked $15, SIS, $17 and $19.50,
Oat splendid heavy Chinchilla Coats worth the en
Vests, $27.50, $28 and $80-reduced to $22.50,
away Frocks and Vests, $20, $21, $22 and $23.50,
ment of Casslmere Frock and Sack Suits, sold
Our entire Stock of Casslmere Pants ranging $6.50
$5.50 and $6.00, one uniform price, $400, TO
wm 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'
W1U 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 Gl
W. KAUFMAN A CCS.
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
beautiful and well selected stock
O O L
O O L
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O O T UHH II N N N G
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WK HAVB SVER OFTKRKD,
Consisting of the usual variety of MEN S. BOTS,
YOUfH-y AND CHILDREN'S
tarc l o t h 1 n a
ty FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
13?"" All we ask is that our friends and customers
will give us a call, as it win be to your Interest, and
you will save from fifteen to twenty per cent on
your purchases. - W. KAUFMAN 4 CO.,
: - ; Springs Comer, Charlotte. N. C.
! decl2 - . .
11 1 11-11 r if - -- -1 1-- - r 1 11 n .'nil 1 " rrn. 1 m sii
QORN AN WHEAT EKCHANGK,
j -an Postofnce Address, Charlotte City Mffla :
1 Parties hartnsr erahi to errlnd or to aall wDl And
It tQ their Interest to call on the undersigned. Meal
ground either fine or coarse, according to order.
Tnanitrui tor rormer natronase. 1
prompt personal attention
iu to an 01
orders from one
bushel to ft c load.
ROBERT D. GRAHAM,
yTE HAVE A SELECT STOCK .
1 Of Whole and Ground Spices. Including Fells'
mixed spices, try It and Me convinced that there is
nothing nicer. : " L. B. WBISTON CO.
QOX'S and NELSON'S GELATINE,
: Corn Starch. Italian Macaroni 'and Foaii Ta-
ploca. , , . L.IL WBISTON CO, t
-noJ .tauslqxnoa 8n iooaJrw wei ten! clos vis-
or .esta . 'uiiic&H Bicoti. saoirm ni &imanui
AT C25NTRAJ HOTEL ILOCOt
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C L O SB 0 9 1 I ' ,
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OUB BKllBB STOCK OF WINTBR GOODS t
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Sale of all heavy' fabrics, embracing, Overcoat
.1 i j. r. , 1 .. n
WINTER UNDER WEAR. , , .
our friends" to can early m order to enjoy the
WELCOME ANNOUNCEMENT I .
who have deferred purchasing, looking forward
tore wear., Annexed we win giro a schedule of
To-day wm begin the great distributing sale of the
j E. D. LATTA A BRQ.
TO CLOSE OUT;
Overcoats, 8atln 1'ned, $40 at 929. Our Fine
land Casters, $30. at $25. Our Olive Brown Cas
ten, Granites, Chinchillas, without reserve, at $15.
at one uniform closing price, $12J0.
tire season $10-$7.00, TO CLOSE OUT, Ourflne
TO CLOSE OUT. Our entire magnificent line of
an at one uniform closing prlce,$18.00, TO CLOSE
readily the entire season, $15. $16 and $17.50, at
Our $10 and $12.50 COSSfMERE SUITS, at $7.50,
TO CLOSE OUT. v
$7 and $7.50 at one uniform price, $5.00. Our
CLOSE OUT. Our large variety of $4 and $450
. 1 wiwJI
I -TO CLOSE OUT j
mere Pants, $3, $3.50, $3.50, 83.75 at $2.50, to
assortment of the celebrated Starr Shirts In In eol
and Drawers, wm be sold at $3 per suit, TO CLOSE
and $1.00, at one uniform price, 50a
TO CLOSE O D T
O CLOSE OUi.
Clothing will be offered at prices lower than other
TO CLOSE OUT.
Prices" In our regular and desirable goods, certain
tend at less than half value.
few, and In order to procure Just whaf your heart
j&LOSQlG OUT SALE,
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EVEERTBODT IN WANT OF
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And desiring to purchase will bear fn mind our
previous advertisement of
I UR WINTER STOCT7" 1
1 VJUR WINTER STOClV (
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, la enabled
to buy Goods at very low figures, and therefore we
are able to sell you clothing at Manufacturers! IS
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Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
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prices, and asfour goods rarelmarked tn plain -'
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Jessup Custom raade garments, siik sleeve lined
tors, sUk sleeve, $24 at $18. Our entire assort
Our. attractive variety of Worsteds, Oxford! and
Dahna and Black English , Worsted. Frock , and.
English Worsted In Black, Brown and Dahlia Put
OUT. The handsomest and most attractive assort
one uniform price, $12, TO CLOSE OUT.
Immense assortment of Casslmere IPanta, ft,
Casslmere Pants at one uniform price, $8.00,0
CLOSE OUT. Our remaining stork of Ladles
ore, worth $2.25, at $1.00, TO CLOSE OUT. 7
OUT. Our entire stock of Underwear, worth 75
merchants can buy fheni
lines of Worsteds, tn Coats and Tests, odd broken
most desires. Can early, tntbe
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ITTKOWSKT it BARUCB . ,
Beg to call your attention to the fact that It Is
their desire to ttte to oar dty a
Where any and everything that the. trade of our
community may desire, can be had. We snanmake
It a point to remove the necessity 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 and t
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No effort wm be spared on our pert to make our,
Betan Department a Grand Success, and we pro-;
pose to bring It gradually to sueh a standard as t
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SECONIT TO WONEflOUTH.
Our MR. BARUCH-wffl gtre his personal atten
tion to this Department, and his former success to
Just that class of business satisfies us that our ef
forts in this particular wm be appreciated by our
numerous friends and customers
We shall eeutinue to offer fox the next 80 day
the remainder of do
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