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customers that we have bo Jght an unusually large
ri" tS t xf in onPTr11
most )fwhWHWvif and ready for Inspection.
.ioWMivi4 rU s extrfJ tot i
We are prepared to offer this season; extraordl-
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Give us a call, or send your orders, and we w'
ELIAS & COHEN.
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ALL KINDS OF
wrtH BEDDING, 40.
A Full Line of
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PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITSY1.
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITSr
, 'if TfVUHsA -i -
COFFINS of all kinds on hand. .JEp
rtnFTTNft of atPklnds naKd.
No. B West Trade Street:
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Nixr to PosTojorfil
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My Stock Is very Lar, . and embraceaAIF ull'Lme of
s j i-pt i ifl a v tl Js,tfrrfA i
PAItLOKciililBEK. DINING OO- i-.'.l
. Ji i Iill-'IJ0?JLTIOjaAH' ,
T-'f ifT.M .. itf " r(vjr-oT Til''
s "Kb OFFICE If RNITUK1S
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All Goods Packed Fieo ol'Charge'l "
tiv 'jia ooH h Jjiwtt
.rA'SAH At.YA HQ' I
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"r tuatr -wiuif) i,.r TO
nASrrJifititcelved a third !;3flfek of all wool
ttanttnrs-tnat nave been o- popular this
oft. 'aiso' Kl&tilr r ratl BuntlnK. We lsh
yotKSDetlalfitteViMdaltoour stock of Black
and Light Colored Spring Cashmeres, the hand
somest we have ever offered for the price. Don't
fall MObk. atMt) attfck of Black, Gros Gralttjm
Damasse Bilks. Summer Silks In all colors. .4ml
lse, Henrietta and Empress Cloths, Freneh urgan
dleft OJar ItJck ft White fidbds Is complete In
euy Xa.n$I netted ad fld Swiss: for over
dresses. Linen Cambrics, Mull Muslins, Marsa
Uas, Lloen and Victoria Lawns, In plaid and fancy.
A ai-g-afleFfHaMburg Edgings andlnsert
Ingsln white and colored. Marseilles QuUtA
second stock of Ladles'
J Dl AAj Jf Ji VX llix JL IQjs:,,.
and MnlbierJ-Soods. Be sure and examine our
stock of carpets; Cane Matting, OH Carpets, and
Rugv ' A large andwvll selected stock of Parasols.
A good line of fancy Charlottesville Cassimeres for
young men's suits. A handsome stock of
Call and see our stock of Ladles' Shoes in Calf.
Goat. Serga. and Newport Ties ChlMren's Shoes
in iancy colors. A large line of Gents' and Chjv
dren's Straw and Fur Hats.
Our stock Is comnlete In every line, and we In
vite a careful inspection, as we are willing to-ai
pare uoods and prices with any one. Special at
tention given to yrders. Give us a call. wllr.
Respectfully, wtww i
VA A H W SEIGLE&Ctt.vH
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st,, Charlotte? N. C.
April v ' . '
, LAJIGE ARRIVAL
NEW YORK CITY PRICES.
i. i;i ;-.
, Look at the following reduction ofvpriceg
hi ; ,-.i!'i j; x.i tumn lo .'! til
6 itents per yard
..Yard Wirtfl RlPitfhlng. , ft
Coats' Cotton, 55 Cents per dozen.
Hand-sewed Slipper '1 m ik'Hi.
We onry lenaaieraLft a?few articles, but a call will
coriTlrw everybody that we mean what we say
! M-atJ5??.j tviiiiira d. l
! ft I
If. IV. liwt nwuiryJit-.ti
and embraces jjrytb4p! kept ln'anlrst class es
tablishment We have reduced every department
; . . ,.TT'J.Ui ii J
to keep up with the times. Now is your chance to
buy tb v&i .loT-wi inki :j ujk
.'tdir (fJ; i;
iljori! .(LOit'M WUJ ill Utiitt '
n.j !Urf JCHAPBSTi--.'x j
Joetrw) t,, iy. tUt'.xi .Smiths f
yG A I N S
peUr ooiglln'fha(loltl.f Bvrybody !s Invited to
J-L-JfORRTS & BROS.'
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goo ulxa. uu r ti
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w. kaufman cxys." :
i '. i" '.ii 5 y-'il f :
rt)l UniSH ,.;iAUJi
of Chftrtote!idihi6 section of
T North CarotoavthieiilaTgestieheHpest
f-iTiftaitlftl KaAfiBSeIeetodt8dk .wM
a j J 'I J--unmi iirH loa dl to toa
-ftia &tb liiH mf lo tntim jaa.noinl
Ma Mti :Tia.-l tM& n4!iiaiijqi!B U ijd
TIN G GO
WB HAVE BTEB OITEREDw
Consisting of-fliW usual variety of MEN'S. BOY'S,
. miff isriwif
.iif.-wi x-)iHt " a-r Jrtfi JUil i-
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE. -Ml
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An we ask Is that our friends and customers,
will give us a call, as it will .be to your. Interest, a"
you will save from fifteen to twenty per cent 611
' tout Durchasesi W. KAUFMAN CO4s.r0
We ask Is that our friends and customers.
i. .-rr. vv
springs wiruer, vnoxionte, xi. v.
If iwfuuwwio bluer.
And f iv wp.re fewer.
And fewer were the storms on land and Bear
Were sbmy summers ; . Tjmi
If Life were longer
Anri IPaltti nrapa atmnirav
If Pleasure would bide. If Care would fleet'""
If eath were brother ..Viirtifi.
To all the other
What an Arcadia this would be!
Were Slavery chained and Freedom free;
11 all earth's troubles
CoUapsed like bubbles
What an Elysium this would be!
0 :. til O'l!,
What Is the difference between the weather and
the baby? One never rains but it pours, the other
never pains but it roars. I'y.i-,.
that there is a very ln-
The latest sensation in Paris is Miss Cor'the'4
llon'a bride." . She claims to be an Americanand 1
UveVTha'deriViatfedas, bears, lions and otheff
leroclous beasts. "
fldi westscBietMtor, to les panse to a sBUscrlber who
bles that his taDer is tolerably damp, says it
Not long since, in Texas, a juror arose when, t&e
evidence was all In and said that the twelve good
wiAn on1 tnia rltH nnt- nriori in liasir t.ho latLuara
VV XUVLkVV V V UU UAA UJ. 1114 WWU
men and true did not, wish t
Wbenever a cow enters the yard of a hetise'yoii t
can l uiane iut woLUiiu oeij ve uui iiti lire ani
mal intends t eoiue right in through the ' parlor
door. Derrick. . i T.Tc '
,,!yWlua4vejcienuy stepped, on. the Doay or
wsln a, Philadelphia theatreJandthe
deiu) Jmaa let jOui a wua grunv, wnion
spoued the scene and hiade'tne audience laugh.
Tlth(eagobrgftris1weVe,iHoi taistaken when
they said that a vote for Carter Harrison Is a vote
for Jeff Davis, the ex Confederate President had
better move to Chicago. He carried the city last
Tuesday bv sone toousmids. .,,,)
JPMladlhla aiAftefrhib Garfield revised
his speech before it got luto tire official paper fit.
Congress, and-took out whole chunks of revolution. ,1
, iy n 'Ml Him nnitMrri mini ircnir iinrrrrii t atuui.uvn,
and it is even doubtful if it can be utilized In its
lnykpreseat skapeto flie the Northern heart
'. said a farmer laSyracnse. .as he exhibi-
ted a Droke
rokeri iar1 to the manufacturer, "I packed
,toia jar fuU pi butter find tha. Jar spllLfrom top to
bottom. Perhaps you can explain 1,ne phenomer'
non," 'iyivyea, isao,'.' was the, re.aay, . repij, me.
butter was stronger Than the Jar." ...
fK'Wned'8taiIyt$fthfe,iaVy Thompson escortef
a dozen young ladies to a Derformance bf -"PinaM
fore" in Washington tiM other'day, the rest of thW
. and when the chorus Of.
l l.' Htosidte ahd h cjUTiAsi lot Jiis aunts'' 'was:
' Krai.r.ftJ.,A amrfonoha IHhHnVrtA fctSlVl niltHoht ' t
'it' ;'mT ;
Acting upon the advice of a learned Voodoo doe
tor Samuel Broollns, a darkey employe of Jh8 Cln
clnnati Southern Railroad, bathed his body In
ooued poke root for the purpose ot curing a bad
cold. Sam's fellow-workmen at Burgin, Ky., turn
ed him over last Tuesday - morning to. see why in
the world he should sleep so long. They lound
a dead darkey. .it' :--:tr ...
Fitz John Porter's, hack,, pay.jKilL
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A Texas desperado one day last weesH
kjrie( t Vfepvll undertook to
Mr. Stoughton, the United States min
ister to RoesiwantS 'to oome home.it
is reportejdj .r, to wlf(tU. ..,..,..; ti
pointed by Speaker .Jiandall, one ptum
regutsof themitnsdriian InstittrtK) m
iivjt.sAyfrasig f thirty-two Gonntereitera-'
tens in tne
of from oiie
in the Gflidiii if tbii DiJcifjles. ; - The
cominanJnipressionrtiut,he, has beeh '
Metho(i;4 -iiiuitudecL' .' ;
It hasirifipUedrtluitrao, rjie 23d' of
DecemBerf last tDfeiiteiJt Hayes teader-.
ed the German mission to Mr. .W bite
law Reid, editor of the New York Tri
bune, w ho declined the honor.
V" M. ChfttjO'Cfaor, of New York,.has
in favor of tiikholdV.
i rs of Tennessee State bonds sustaining
KMidJtHQfiWir liens upon tJieTnin-
I cipal railroads in the btate. ,
KlfeiJllIficeof John W;"M-
lips, near Petersburg, Va., was destroy4
ed by fire last Thursday afternoon,' to1
gether with all the furniture and $12)00
or $14,000 in notes and bonds. ;-
At Greenville, Miss., Matt Chrismbrey
a sporting man, was found murdered
m his bed Thursday, his head being
c$T&fl, cut, and his body
ripped. An associate has been arrested.
The next General Assembly of ViV,
ginia will meet on the first Wednesday
in December, 1879. The Senate" will
then consist of 40 instead of 4$tnem-;
bers, and the House of 100 instead "of
i& JIefw orM'pitpers announce yiat
the jealous woman who shot Mr. Wash
in srton Nathan in the Coleman House,
Wednesday- of last week, was a Mrs,
the actress, as was first stated.
The United States Court if or i Louisi
ana.harvin2 erraated a vBeetrarhingr order.
iga!rislnymtrfeferrbeby the Stater
city authorities with the anairs ot tne
lottery company, there wilt be no, inter
ruption to their business. j'.Lj. ;
Over $i,0fr ere realfzed from a pei
forraance at the .Walnut StreetThea-
o tor the Denent otme lamnv or tne late
J4cBeKjv(.Jfc,nurdered in Tex
Washington letter to the .RichmOAd4
Disvaich : I have not yet. met a Demo
crafie .enalorfeWfiO isin favor of con
firming Corbin, of South Carolina,' w0t
is nominated for Chief Justice of.UtatL,
Senator Butler is against him, and so
are all of the South Carolina members
of the House. ' "&nM
Frank E. Nevins. the SDrinsfieldCEu.''
correspondent for the Chicago Tribune
was laEriday.MmBaittedto jail' by'
Sneaker James, tor cpntemptni ' retus-
iWtMrte6HbseitbmlUittee his aur
thoritytor certaui statements puonsn
ed in the Tribune. Counsel have 4. been
engaged for him. '
A rrLftptinur of DEorMnenL- i
Friday, resolved that a committee con
sisting of ex-Governor Brown and Oth
er representative men, be appointedY to
visib2TewuYork stnttonfer asith the
holders x State, bonds ;m reference ' to
fheWdpositibil'sUbmitte'4 tothem by
the LeffislatureofiiSfenftessee; Shd pledg
ed themselves that, should the proposi-.
tion be accepted, they will do all:;in
ttieir power to procure a -ratification of
the sameliy the people of Tennessee(i
?r LtIay.ahitbpxnamed Leslie
Morton, while playing with other chil
rlrfiTi on the tiirn-fetbieof fhrRichmond
L and-Danille . railroad, at Burkevine,.
was amputated! s iXlemue-rk through,'Wf
father, at this term of ;NottoVay cir
cuit court for .damacesu. ,1a viajr them at
. . i I J 1 i ' i f. . ... Am. . . . 1
lory, out tne lnstrucuoirauj. uie court j jsir;;iJtJruwtMj was ux lowii last oatur
were in " accordiince JWltri!"tne anplica- T dar. explaining to' our citizens its real-
tion of the defence, The iurv has iust
found fonthe iplaintiif; tlayiiagt his dam
ages:at siu.uoo. ine company rai car-
ry the case to the Court of Appeals.
L'tjtl '1, -
Raleigh Observer. J
rro 'PREYT'THE SlCRlrtCE OF PROP-
;--ri in..; t-ttA - ... ,' , , : u.
The general Assembly of North Cardli-
...tjaisui'iu, j r, iiiac au.sneniiSs.WDO nave
3 uugmeii fc. ouutuieu on aeut coatractea
ptior tae adotJtiti of the constitutioa
of arid from any and all penalties and
liabilities .arising from or becausei of
such faiUire s!aioresaid. tvirkr
-i ,SGr2..Hhiset shall suspend.all laws
in conmcc tnerewrtft arM shall take ef
fect irnmeaiatly Drji it Ratification, . f , .
Z Eatified the 7 J4i flay, of March, A. IK,
1879.. . - ..-. , ....
WBi:ras o supreme (jourt oi the
Ttitited; gtfesl'Jtfdh cas ofEdwards
J5teyi illV.W October
'term. 1877. thaklne3.nersoBal nroDertv
exemptions 'ana irmesteaas' jiroyidecr t
ror Dy sections one ana two, ancie.v,;
of the constitution of North Carolina,
iwerei inoperative ( insi respect to debts
and obligations contracted-, prior to the
ack)Trfeioof said constitntion : and ' i .-
f ;:VHmE'aoribts exist whether the
various i statuses providing t for the ex
emption1 of 1 property ' from ' -execution
!hieE :.$ force:. at the date of the
adoption oi said eonstition liave not
beerr repealed; ; '"..'i'
The General Assemblyvf North Caroh
' tuido moot . : . ' 'y'', '
Sectiox t, . There : shall . be exempt
from sale under execution qt 'other final
process issued for the collection of any
debt-wpon-wll iwigments heretofore, or
which'BMiy be hereafter, rendered upon
causesi of I action, existing prior, to the
adoption of said constitution (the 24th
aay or April, lftsuisj sucn properly as tne
judgment debter-.mayliavelhen been
entitled to have set patt ' and allotted
to him; and that all 'Jaws' providing -for
H1ih,,.ftxlfraritioft.'if gT'ir1' n7rrtPtrta.iia are
re-enacted &g?0?jiied, hmoecer, that the
value ot thQ personal: property exemp
tion shall iiot exeeied fivehtiridred dol
la,ts,ttnd, the ' tomesteadshall not ex
ceed one thousand, dollars.
&EC; 2 That any person , desiring to
aaij, liiiriself of . the. provisions of this
act mav.have his personal property ex-
emption and homestead -set apart and
allotted to him m theniatjner prescrib
ed; by cfiapter 55, Battle's Kevisal.
i Sec. 3. This act shall be in force from
r&nid after its ratification.
Ratified the 14th day; of March, A. D.
,,Oa the-tth day. of March, 1879, aa act
was ratified to 'regulate the practice of
jtiste dtd..,ErMwi people
against dental duackervK.t Nothing in
the nefapplfes txthosengaged ihthe
jassage,fls I&tfcHdw to prevent
any one .ixuux exLiauiunr wjclu: out
from and. vaf ter ;March 7, no one is to
commence4he practice in this btatq ex
cept regularly authorized physicians
and surgeons, or graduates of -dentffl'
colleges in the Union r out of it, Or
thosolding certificates of proficiency
rff itheyjitWrom.tli.e.State board of 'ex.-
posed-trf sixjemberaciheNori &srTA
oiina lientaoeifity, to" Deeiectea oy
Baiu ; society skwtt o uui jauu' vear,'
and is ta.meefel annually, or as often as
need be.jfor'extmination of candidates,
thirty uays,' npttce being given of meet
ing 4n at leasttfiree newspapers. Four
iJBieiribers of flielboard constitute a quo
rum,! and 'mayi grant certificates,; and
neither a quorum not a full board is at
liberty to deny certificate to a compe
tent uerson. on account of race, color,
jor previous cbniitioii of servitude." If
any person f practice . dentistry without
examination and certificatef he is guilty
xjf misdemeanor, loses his labor of ioVe,
and pays aHjie Of f 25 for each offence,
to be appropriated to the county school
fund. r - -, : if
The Ittfetior. .Courts were taken in
hand byvtheesslature ,tnd on the 7th
of larchi-An aofc; was ratified repealing
all existfngvi laws ' regulating appeals
therefrom land enacting that apneals
L mayiVbe. taken, if rpm this Court to the
(superior COPtrts m,term time tor errors
assigned' in matters of law in the same
.manner apd under the same restrictions
"providecLndw by law for appeals from
the Superior! Courts of the State to- the
Supreme Court of the State, and the
final decision of each Superior Court
shall be certified -to the Court below,
that fihaT judgment' may be rendered."
Oritfif! Rth'or TltafchMSTOIthe exist-
jng eleciioln !law ;vs amended by the
aauiuon oi:two jiewBuuuiis hilci w
tion 1, thus j ;
" SEOTiolf 2. On the Tuesday next af
terthe '.first Mohday; in .November, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred, and, eighty-two, and on said
day every ioui? years tuereatter, an eiec-
office of clerk ot the superior court.
Sec. 3. On the Tuesday next after
the first- Monday in November, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred-and eighty, and on said day
everyr two years thereafter, an election
shall be held in each township for the
office of constable.''
The duties, oCi assigned to "justices
of thepeacebyecitons 2, 5, 6 and 9 are
transferred jb the -.exjunt commission
ers. -The election of .Representtiyes to
Congress is fixed for the Tuesday aftf
Ltiiefcfirst Monday inNovember in 1878,
ajfli on said day every twovears there
after. Section 77 is'amehaed so as to
piede for the election of registers of
'jaeeds on same day with other Btate and
Qffuijty officers. . Section 78 is repealed,
iasrls chapter 199, laws of -187&17, regu
lating the manner ot maKing election
returns a. he sections 01 tne act or 1870-ifj-Ato
regulate elections' are to be re
numbered i accordance with changes
hoted'above. . ;V :"
. Cabarrus Genius.
ICpneord Register, . '
Mr. J. M. Mobrej of township No. 4r
has invented a drill and combined cot
ton seed and fertilizer compost distrib-
; utor. It grinds all the clods.inthe com-;
Eost fine. It has a regulator that ena
les the operator to distribute the fer
tilizer either heavy or light as be choos
es. Any boy can use it that can plow.
It is said by good judges to be ahead of
anything of the kind ever brought to
this country. Mr. M. H. Winecoff tried
it in presence of John Day wait and H;
W; Ludwick, and they pronounce it ;a
a success".' -
Mr. C. A. Caldwell has made a ma
chine for cleaning cotton seed and pu
rifying it for planting. It is the inven
tion of E. M. Query; Esq-' of ; township
Npililit jyjotfiFyittlce tecot-
rnTnTeYs. " ' -r -,:
3 fOtirvworthyr friend, lr, G'H DeJar-r
neiie, oi towiiaiup iu..i, uas ,ueeiiaa-i
boring tor many.;months pn a machine
which he calls a self-sustaining motor.
. 1 - K "TA ' . .. . r . . 1
i itv and contemplated utility. . He needs
some -pecuniary help to secure a patent,1
ana we trust ne wiu nna inenas- wno
will aid him m his enterprise.
WE Aj?E DAILY
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' . ir J. TRepreseritihg all thend
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April 6, 1879.
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. JI;. ,; ; 'h''' ' '''I'Xy- ':' ' ' ,; CHARLOTTE, N. APRIL 8,1879. I
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In this department we can exhibit
the most desirable fabrics ahd eelor
tngs adapted to this market, such, as
Black and Colored Summer Silks, Egyp
tian Cloth, " Satlne Royal. Brocades,"'
Tervane Satlne, Suitings, Melange SHk,
Bentley's Cloth, Evora Custom Cloth,
Sllk.Brocadedf GrenadiBes. and Jap.,
Silks, Black Cashmeres of te. very,
best makes, Black all wool Delaine,
Tamise, Tamertlne, Australian Crepes;
and other mourning goods. Knicker
bocker suitings at 10c per yard; Black
and Colored Bunting, and many other
desirable dress goods.
Our stock of these must be seen to
i. In this line we can boast the greatest
variety of Novelties. , -
1,000 dozen. Plain, Bordered, Hem
stitched. White and Colored, from
5c to 75c each.
n?rbE PA'El KENT.
Handsome all wool Silk Basket
Broche Cloth, for ladles' and children's
Sacks and Dalmons: these we offer at
half the cost of production. Handsom
est goods ever produced. Cassimeres,
Middlesex Flannels, tc.
CAR P E T
Carbets. In an endless variety of new
designs, at all prices. Rugs, Mattings,
Crumb Cloths, tc
OUR STOCK OF
AS WELL AS
- OF ALL
SIZES AND STYLES.
SIZES AND STYLES.
WE WILL PLEASE Y)TJ IN EVERY5
Notice Is hereby glveiv that an -election will be
held on the first Monday In Oiay, (being the 5th
day of the month), 1879, at themsual polling
places in the several wardsof the city of Charlotte,
for Mayor and ;- a. Board of Aldermen for ; said city.
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Ward No. 1 Registrar, JohnL Elms. ,
Inspeotora Dr. M.M. Orr, S.M. : Howell, A. E.
; Ward No. 2-rReeIstfflr, EL B. Wllllams.
'Insnectors yirohn'.'Liforehead. ' Dt "! William
ruaviuson. .... ..t i ,
d No, .3 Registrar,
' Inspectors CM-Oates, - J. TL Careon, M. A.
Stauffer." v, ;
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Ward No. 4 Registrar, B. P. "Waring, v y -
Inspectors.. Y.Brjoe, Bjito JBaotor. R B.
Alexander. - -f.- - - 1
- ' v M, E. ALEXANDER, SherifV?
B. R. SMITH, Mayor.
- March 28, 1879. tde.
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RECEIVING A' ELE0NT ASSORTMENT OP
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1 MarJt!Ageexffl inspection is cordially solicited.
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Having, long felt that Charlotte can and ought to be not only the whole
sale, but also theCretail mtfrket for the greater .portion of the CaroHnas,
and beheving that the public generally, and the ladles especially, wlli
fully appreciate an establishment where they may at all times find such
an assortment of aQ goods at such prices as will Justify persons not only
from the Immediate vicinity, Trat from a dlstarjce, In coming to
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to make their purchases, we have made the experiment of purchasing a
stock so complete as to Include all the latest hdvelUea In erery line of
goods, to the Inspection of which we beg to Invite your early attention. To
those who cannot find ft convenient to come to Charlotte, we will at all
times be pleased to send samples and quotations of prices. You will
herein find a synopsis of our various lines.
- We present this season to the trade, as wen a ;to -eoaiaaniezs, in ele
gant assortment of Fine filaok. Blue and Brown Cloth and Diagonal suits.
Drab De Tae, Middlesex Flannels. Harrison Cassimeres, White Vesta, Al
paccas Coats, Linen suits, Dusters, m as nice goods and at aa low prices
as can be found anywhere.
; DEPARTMENT . . a f
Has received Special attention, and deserves your notice.
MILLJNERY ! MILLINERY !
This Department we have given our most careful attention, and believe
it complete, with the latest Parisian novelties, including all the new
shapes in Hats, (together with the finest Trimmings, Artificials, Feathers,
Ornaments. Black Knelish Crenes. Plain and Fancv Ribbons of ererr eon.
caivable shade and color,) Leghorn Flats, Chip, Canton, MUan and trim
med Sailor and School Hats, at the lowest possible prices.
1,000 Ladles' Silk, Embroidered, Chenelle, and Lawn Scarfs at half
price. Call and examine for yourselves. .
Very Respectfully, . . ,
WITTKOWSKY & BARUCHp
FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION. .
Men's Business Suits of Fine Scotch and English Cheviots, made up in
our own house in Baltimore, where there are none but artistic Tailors em
ployed. - '
FINE DRESS SUITS
Of French and English Diagonals, Granites, and Cloth Coats and Vests.
Fine dress Panes to match.
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We have the best of Middlesex Goods, warranted fall Indigo; In fact the
same goods, made by fine Tailors, as we have soli In previous aeaaona.
We are sure that if any of our customers have ever tried them they will
NOT BUY ELSEWHERE.
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LACK STRAP MOLASSES
Under cost by the barrel, by --
'. ' LeROT DAVIDSON.
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A GREEN HOUSE AND !
S E E D i S TiO R E
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-' Send nd'-get' my catalogue of choicer Green
House aod Bedding Plants " - . ,
, We can send plants through the mall to any part
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Seedsman and Flodst, (,i.
: March 26 2m. -1 ?, , t Raleigh, N a ,
TTB'A FIRSXCLASSr . 'j'.-Vr","
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, Smoke call and get .a Sartor, at !i ' rr; f
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E. D. LATTAA BRO.
" nl DEPABTMENT.
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itn!t vUv.ii o
fit, we have every
conceivable fabric! BUbot nd Victo
ria Lawn, Utal MusUna, tones' ;oft
and finished Cambrics, Nainsooks,
boot aheer and heavy; Plqoes in a very
great variety of styles and prices. We
desire to call very especial attention to
tn new fabric in white goods, " Lenon
de Syre," "a goods similar to Victoria
Lawn, Ml superior m texture and wear.
Our White, and Printed Linen Lawns
challenge their equal In this market.
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In endless stjles and quantities. See
our handsome 811k Mitts.
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We have an immense variety at a low
cost, and offer theta exceedingly cheap.
Xverf lady should tove one, even in
midsummer, for evening servloe.
C U R T A I N
' ' ' laces; '
25 Pes. of the most novel and beau
tiful designs, 12Vfec. 15c, 18c, 20c.,
25c and 60c per yard.
10-4 Bleached and Brown Sheetings;
N. TMllU,UUca. Lowell. Wmmautta,
kc 600 pieces 44 BiMched Muslins
all the most popular make.
Linens 4-4 and White Dress-are
exeeedingly low, and we shall offer
them to the trade at e very small ad
vance. NECK WEAR,
The finest ever exhibited in the city of
For Men's and Boys wear.
SUA BF S
f OF TUB j .
In Stripes and Plaids, smtable for La
dles as wen as Gents!
Ai Ww In prtee u 25cnU per dozen.
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... ' OV THE fTJBLXC
la a Chance for Fair Trial. U
is ,H 'W I'iiK
& BROn Fine Clothiers apd Tailors
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STATS OT WORTH CABOL1NA, l ' ti)
irumi YaoltlAjOMntr.: u wt,vvtt
Joseph Sparks indBeaml flpaiAEe;eciJton of
jBenjamia span, weeatea,- ; j y i
the fae.lrsrfi Law oT Benjam 'SpaW-deeessed
n It a'ppeatlrig ta th esattofvtion 'ot ftoCoort that
Lydla DTmrnTcwtfe of : Paten Winmlt, Hannah
FeRSi-wrfeof John Fettsv John Sparks, and Eliza
beth Reddlk, wife of John BeddUcare heirs at law
in this case and non-residents of the State,
It is: therefore oo moUon etdered- by the Court
that advertisement be made for six weeks In Tmm
CsABLOnx Obssktxb, notifying said defendant
to appear at the Clerk's ofice in Yadtfnvllle with
in twAntr Aunt after aerrlce of this notice, and let
them take notice that If they fall te-appsar that the
same .willr be taken, jwepnww aw
Given under my hand and seal of c2c In Td
Elnvine, this the 10th day of FebrvuTjA. D 1879.
.;Hi.;,.u: Jifo c ISAAC N.VUTAL, .
'ASPLENDm LINEOE. -r, ,