Ouilv, year, (po&pmitl) fe mttxnxx.
Weekly, (in the eovnty to
Out QftM'eotmty, postpaid,...
. (TAG81 XKEIFXS; FOSTERS, ' 3 ?
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, tfa
CirAELOIIEE, N. C., THURSDAY,, APRIL 10, 1879.
FT' V T L
.NO. 3,15!). .',
Libera Reduction for CUO.
SPRING DRY GrOODS
We bee leave to announce to our Mends and
customers that f e have twught an unusually large
SPRING" STOCK, " '
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most of which Is now.ln. and ready for Inspection.
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We are prepared to offer thto season extraordl
nary Inducements to buyers, both
.. it S f
Give us a call, or semi your orders, and we will
F.LIAS & COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL
ALL KINDS OF
ImNltUBR . .
BEDDING. AC. lSSmG,S:
BEDDING. C FURNITUBK! BEDDING, AC.
V FlflQHTUBJB 1,
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS 1
E SUITS I v
EE SUITS ! I
'A :f 'A )LU
CQFFIX8 qf an tfnds on band. .
COFFINS of all kinds on hand, j
No. 5 Wkst Tra.dk Stbsit.
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Ladles and Gentlemen's Burial Bobee-a
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. a BOGEBS'lfABEBCKI6 ,
.,, -;.'t?.ifr.!? ':: .-...r,-.?'.-KVi
lij Stock U very titi'V
1 tt Villt'-Lili ir 'titiS lit
'' b ;'i:-j .;:-.-Ss
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VK h LOlt, CHAMBER. DIStNa BOO
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OFFICE FUttXrrUBE f 1
We hare lust received a third stock of all wool
Spring Buntings that have been so popular this
season. Also Black French Buntings. We wish
to call your special attention to our stock of Black
and Light Colored Spring Cashmeres, the hand
somest we hare ever offered for the price. Don't
fall to look at ear ttoak of Black, Qros Grata and
DamaskeBUkft StmnMrllkStoceloM. Tam
ise, Henrietta and Empress Cloths, French Organ
dies. Our stock of white Goods Is complete In
every branch., . Potted and Plaid Swiss for over
dresses. Lines Cambrics, Moll Muslins, Marsa
llas, Linen and Victoria Lawns, In plaid and fancy.
large variety of Hamburg Edgings and Insert
tags In white and cotorecL Marseilles Quilts. A.
second stock of Ladles'
and Millinery Goods. Be sure and examine our
stock of carpets; 'Cane Malting. Oil Carpets, and
Bugs. A Iarg and well selected stock of Parasols.
A good line of fancy Charlottesville Casslmeres for
young men's suits. A handsome stock of
Call and see out stock of Ladles' 8hoes In Calf,
Goat, Serge, and Newport Tlea Children's Shoes
Infancy colors.' A large line of Gents' and Chil
dren's Straw and Fur Hats.
Our stock is complete In every line, and we In
vite a careful Inspection, as we are willing to com
pare roods and prices with any one. Special at
tention given to orders Give us a call.
T. L. SEIGLE & CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Try on st, Charlotte, N. C.
H. MORRIS & BROS.'
NEW YORK CITY PRICES.
-Look at the following reduction of prices:
Best Called, only
Yard Wide Bleaching,
Best Sea Island Cotton,
Cents per yard.
8 " "'
55 Cents per dozen.
We only enumerate a few articles, but a call will
convince everybody thai we mean what we say
and embraces everytbmg kept m a first: class es
tabllshment. - We have reduced every department
to keep up with the times. Nowte your chance to I
buy the .,
B A EGA I N S
ever bought In Charlotte,
Everybody Is 'Invited to
H. MORRIS & BROS.
AT HALF PRICE.
W. KAUFMAN A COU
wi e; t,nfm..ui t jhkju;;.-. Km;.-, .-icri v '. :
WAiWdtiit&ri& ti tWNtia 7-baf. sl&kv&'now
MeittpewBrt&vVW and this section of
W aithvt and most
beautiful and well selected sax .
i jiii.Il U IJ -J JI .a
a 1 09r 3TW)Hfl'-irira' JM;
T .T.I.I. DO
Consisting of the' usual variety -of MElf'Sj BOY'S,
YOUTH'S .AND CHILDREN'S ; s r
t h nrw
FOD2iD IN'A FIRST CLASS
1 111 m uk u that our friends and customers
wlllKlve us a call, as it will be to your interest, and
yo will save from. fifteen jftfSSgt .
wmir tmrchases. w. KAUFJ1AM
Springs corner, unaaooe, . u
OUU L OOr- rmf Uf O KW W GOO
o at o o t 'S'lnS o go
OOO LIXL CO . T U H n M HH OGO
5 i S Via
i it s wi oda
The. shadow of the mountain falls athwart the low-
fWPiaia, i f 11 i i
AHf thf Bftafcw of fh chradlet
And the highest hearts and lowest wear the shadow
4 of some pain,
And the smfie Is scarcely fitted ere the anguished
tear is shed.
For no eyes have there been ever without a weary
' tear, - -And
those lips cannot be human which never
( b&aved a. aiffttt ' . -
For without the dreary whiter there has tiever"leen
I the tempests hide their terrors in the calm
est summer sky.
So this dreary life is passing and we move
its maze, i ? , i
And weBiope along together, half In
nail m ugm;
And our hearts are often hardened by the myste-
rtea of our waysj - i
Which are never all in shadow and never wholly
turdirn eMs ask & rxkuynra-nd oarcrearv
auida. MJJ J T T t
And our hearts of all life's mysteries seek the
meaning and the key;
And acToesgtaima ejiathwaf r on It hangs
And He answers all our yearnings by the whis
per: "Follow Me."
' 1 . ' i mm in. i s .
A rich young lady has fallen In love with and
married a New York street car driver. From the
bridle and the halter he went to the altar and the
bridal, and the only train and switch to occupy his
mind hereafter are those belonging to his wife.
8he takes him for wheal . or whoa, as It were.
A representative of an American paper had the
audacity to call upon Bismarck in Berlin and
solicit an "Interview." "You hef a dreadfel piece
mlt impertinence," said the Prince: "I never
allows myself dot interviews." "What! Never?"
exclaimed the Journalist. "Yell, hartly ever jnpw
getoud," said Bismarck, r . I i
'iFburth-fltreet four-year-old took suclr'.an. ab
sorbing Interest In the story of George Washington
and the cherry tree, that his father bought him a
little hatchet of his own. That very afternoon the
father had occasion to ask who hacked the bureau
so shamefully and was Immediately Informed by
his noble liUie son that George Washington did It.
A mendicant monk met James Russell Lowell in
Rome one day and asked for a contribution to re
pair a monastery. "You should not ask me for
aid," remarked Lowell in choice Tuscan, "for I am
a heretic.!' 'That makes no difference," re
plied, the astifie friar.! "your money U orthodox."
The poet appreciated the witticism and made the
Florence, the actor, tells this story of the elder
Booth: He was playing "Hamlet" in Virginia, one
night, and had no skull. A little darkey volunteer
ed to get one. When Booth was leaving the thea
tre, he felt some one tugging at his coat tail. He
looked around and saw the Tittle brunette. "What
will you have sonny?"- "Please, sah, I wants dad
dy's skull, sah." "Daddy's skull?" "Yes, sah.
Dat used ter be de ole man's head-piece afore the
mewel kicked him, an' mammy'll lick me ter rags
ef 1 lose It."
f ' PISEYJUE LETTJiH.
" . :
Closing School Exercises The Speeches
'.':Mi otheOcxastortPanoruinie iii
Pineville, April 8th, 1879.
To the Editor of The Observer:
Last Friday night, 4th inst., the clos
ing exercises of the free school taught
by John G. Potts, Esq., and his assist
ant, Miss Cajpapbelltopk place. jAt an
eatlynduf a goodly natober had assem
bled and by 8 o'clock the house was well
gacked and soon the sound of a small
ell announced that the hour for com
mencment had arrived. T. M. Pittman,
Esq., of the Charlotte bar, was first in
troduced, who entertained us with a
short, pithy speech on the importance
of encpiwagjng the pupUs to cultivate
a Itaste for reading, while 'very young.
He made some very amusing allusions
to. Mother Goose's melodies, and spoke
of the good old lady who lived in a shoe
and had so many children she didn't
know what to do. He seemed to aim
to instruct and amuse the children
and in both he most happily succeeded,
for he gave them some very wholesome
advice which if followed will greatly
tend to their improvement and if the
clapping of little hands and the stamp
ing of little feet are indications of being
)leased, they were certainly very great
y delighted. This gentleman's speeches
possess dnejvirtue from jwhi$h fsoijae
others of his cloth might be profited,
viz: brevity. After making some face
tious allusions to the gentleman who
was to follow him thatjjthe swan' was
to be transformed into a lion he took
his seat amid the applause of the audi
ence. . Mr, Swan rwas then introduced and
see&mgttdHtch the nspiratichi 2901
his predecessor, he entertained us for a
half b;ohr pi faiore, with atautrfa! ad
dress on tne general subject) Of eduba
twrtTabonnding in good1 sense and mus
ing "witticisms and was wellJreceived5by
Then began the regular exercises of
the programme dt'the occasion. They
all acquitted theiriselVes well and some,
considering their extreme youth, re
markably weu.'The audience were ap
parently wf ell pleased with all the pro
ceedings, w.hiCA'tfcM Ivfluld fail us to
particularize. Mr. Potts made some ap
propriate and sensible remarks ywhieh
wieVeu received. ( I , 1
On Saturday evening we were again
calfed to'the Pineville Academy to wit
ness sdin6 beautiful views Of scenes in
Tex asMexico and other places-presented
oil canvas by the power ef the stere
ODticon in the hands of Mr. F. E. Dey.
This gentleman resides in Texas, and is
traveling in the Inlerest of Marvin col
lege, an institution' pf teaming in north
west Texas, ufldir fh3 feuspices of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South. I
had frequerrtly-'seen exhibitions of that
sort, but never any to equal this. In
the beauty of its representations, it was
unsurpassed. The prairies of Texas
were showri in all the flowery loveliness
nf nAhura itaftl f . its cities. , towns and
ranhea lvrS sjiad A fjorMou ex-1
actly apparently as they would appearl
to the natural eye. some oirnennesi
specimens of sculpture that my eyes
ever beheld were seen just as they came
from the studio of the ,. finished ; artist.
Time would fail me to describe in ap-
fropriate terms,1 half the delectable
hings upon which we feasted our eyes
for two hours. It was really a feast of
reason and flow of soul, which every
man, woman and child present enjoyed
to the full; and led to the expression of
delightful" from the lips of alL
What Mr. Dumont Said in Spartanburg, S..C,
Spartan. ' ;
Mr. H". Dumont, Of Charlotte paid our
town a visit last Monday. He came
over to address our citizens ? on the sub
ject of Emigration In a clear and
forcible address he pointed out the ad
vantages that would, be . derived from
offitiTiflr frnnA families to settle here. He
said that we must go to work and help
ourselves, in lactones ana an omer
enterprises we ' must make the start,
and demonstrate to Northern capitalists
that it was no unecertain experimentf or
them to invest in our State. Another
point made was that- efforts to induce
immigrants of the light-class must be
localized? tttat isiifi a cbvmty or a State
would send ascents to a certain point
and put them to vrork, that their efforts
would be successful. His advice to
young men of the county was to give
their attention to improyea methods 01
agriculture, to the profits of manufac
turing, and such other subjects as would
add to the material development of the
country. , -
"SeW Xiws and Changed laws.
- .' Raleigh Observer. i
Sixty days after the 13th day tof March,
1879j it will cease to be lawful for any
fire insurance company, (except one In
vesting all its assets in this State) to
transact any business or receive any
premium against loss by fire unless and
until it has deposited with the-public
treasurer $10,000 in United States bonds.
On this deposit, in case of a company's
failure to satisfy a final judgment
against it, the treasurer is to raise mon
ey enough to pay judgment, .interest
and costs, and1 thereafter the company
must make its margin good or cease to
do business. This law applies to exist
ing judgments. :
Section 343, chapter 17, of Battle's Re
visa! which provides that parties to ac
tions may be examined as witnesses on
their own behalf, was amended on
March 11, 1879, by addition of a provis
ion : That no-person whe-is a party to a
suit - how existing1,; or which; may here
after be commenced in any court in
North Carolina that is founded on any
judgment, rendered previous to August
-1,11868.-; or. on -any bond under seal for
the .payment of money, or conditioned
to pay money, executed previous to Au
gust 1, 1868, shall be a competent wit
ness. The rules of evidence in force
when said judgment was rendered,, or
bond under seal executed, are to apply.
Since March 11, 1879, it has been un
lawful for aldermen or other municipal
authorities to impose any tax whatever
on wagons or carts selling farm pro
ducts, garden truck, fish ana oysters on
the public streets.
Whereas, so its preamble declares,
" the very existence in society of inno
cent and unprotected women depends
upon the unsullied purity of their char
acters," it was. made law on the 8th of
March, 1879, that "any person who may
attempt in a wanton and malicious man
ner to destroy the reputation of an. in
nocent woman by words written or
spoken, which amount to a charge of
incontinency, shall be guilty of a crime,
and on conviction thereof shall be fined
or imprisoned at the discretion of the
RAILROAD FRKIGHT CHARGES.
The General Assembly of North Caroli
na do enact :
Section 1. That agents or other offi
cers of railroads and other transporta
tion companies in this State whose duty
it is to reeeive freights, shall receive all
articles of the nature and kind received
by sucli company for transportation
whenever tendered at a regular depot,
wharf or boat landing, and shall for
ward the same by the route selected by
the person tendering the freight under
existing laws of this State; and the
transportation company represented by
any person refusing to receive such
freight shall be liable to a penalty, of
fifty dollars, and each article refused
shall constitute a separate offence. ,
Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of all rail
road and other transportation compa
nies in the, State to, keep posted in a
conspicuous place in their depots or
places where freight is received for
shipment a list of its charges for carry
ing freight, specifying name of place,
class of freight and charge for carrying
the same; such charges shall not be in
creased without giving fifteen days' no
tice, and the company represented by
any agent refusing to comply with this
section shall be liable to a penalty of
not less than fifty nor more than one
Sec. 3. This act shall be in force from
and after its ratification.
Ratified the 11th day of March, A. D.
Digest Supreme Court Decisions.
LReported for the Raleigh News, by Walter Clark,
Esq., Attorney at Law.
By S341TH, C. J. :
109. Twitty v. Logan, from Ruther
ford. An order appointing a receiver can
not be sustained where the plaintiff has
not an apparent right of action to the
property, and -where it is not alleged or
proved that there is danger of waste
or injury of the property, or its rents
By Ashe, J.:
111. Nowland v. Black, from Meck
lenburg. When a date essential to the proper
decision of a case cannot be ascertained
upon an examination of the record, the
cause will 1 be remanded at the appel
lant's cost, that the pleadings 'may be
amended so as to cure the defect unless
it is cured by consent of parties here,
in which case the cause will be retain
ed. Br Ashe, J.:
112. Scoggins v. Scoggins, from Ruth
Where it' appears ; that the husband
has removed or layabout removing his
)ropertyiY6rii the State, 'the statute al
ows the; wife to file er, complaint for
divorce and her application for alimony,
without j regard to the time when the
facts 'alleged, as cause of divorce, may
have; occurred. This is necessary to
prevent her being defeated of .her ali
mony. It is perfectly competent for the judge
below to award the custody of the chil-:
dren or some of then, to the mother.
By Ashe, J. :
113. Waring v. Wadsworth, from
Mecklenburg. , - t ..
it is not only, competent put n is uie
duty of the clerk of the Superior Court
to strike out personal judgments ren
dered in a. nroceedine for partition, to
makeequaiity and to enter them as
liens Or cnarges against toe snares, aim
to issue writs 01 ven. ex. on such re
formed judgments. Where the judge
below1 made an order for such ven. ex.
he .may have exeeeaea ms autnority,
but as he only did what the clerk ought
to have done, and as in this case a pro
cedendo was also issued to the clerk,
there is no error. The statutory lien in
a partition, charging the larger shares,
is a lien upon such shares into whoso
ever hands the land may pass.
By Smith, C.J.: ' . ,
115. State v. Secrest, from McDowell.
The court will not assume that all the
facts proved at a trial are contained in
the record sent up. and th ey ought not to
be. Xo more of the evidence should bo
sent up than such as relates ' to the ex
ception intended to be presented. Hence
an exception that - the record does not
establish' the corpus delicti,' nor' the
identity 1 bi. the remains, cannot be en
tertained, it not appearing that the ob
jection was made below. '
, ; Wlien the competency of a witness is
called in question, it is error to permit
him to- testify " before the facts upon
which his comDetencV "depends are de
termined bY the court, and these facts
must be set out in the record. In the
absence of any proof sof the- witness'
qualifications as an? expert in a matter
about whieh he was called on to give,
and did give, an fjpinion the prisoner's
ohiections to the testimony was well
taken and it ought. not to have been re
ceived.! For suoh error in admitting
the evidence there must be a venire' de
novo. . r . . , .
fS CHEW JACKSON JB BE8T&SWEET NAJ X
Representing all the novel styles in the New York Market.
CLOTHING IN EVERY CONCEIVABLE STYLE AND PRICE.
A general inspection is cordially solicited.
April 6, 1S79.
In this department we can exhibit
the most desirable fabrics and color
ings adapted to this market, such as
Black and Colored Summer Silks, Egyp
tian Cloth, "SaOne Royal Brocades,"
Tervano Satlne, Suitings, Melange Silk,
Bentley's Cloth, Evora Custom Cloth,
Silk Brocaded Grenadines, and Jap.
Silks, Black Cashmeres of the very
best makes, Black all wool Delaine,
Tamlse, 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
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.
Handsome all wool Silk Basket
Broche Cloth, for ladies' and children's
Sacks and Dalmons; these we otter at
half the cost of production. Handsom
est goods ever produced. Casslmeres,
Middlesex Flannels, &c
Carpets, In an endless variety of new
designs, at all prices. Rugs, Mattings,
Crumb Cloths, 4c.
OUR STOCK OF
A3 WELL A3
SIZES AND STYLES.
SIZES AND STYLES.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU IN EYEBT REGARD.
; ! : , , IZ BERWANG;ER & BR0;, Fine diothiera'd Tailor
Notice Is hereby given that an election will be
held on the first Monday In May, (being the 5th
day of the month), 1879, at the usual polling
places in tne several waras or ine city 01 unarione,
for Mayor and a Board of Aldermen for said city.
Ward No. 1 Registrar, John L Elms. -
Dr. M. M. Orr, S. M. Howell, A. E.
Ward No. 2-Registrar, tt B. Williams,
Inspectors John L.
Sloan, A. B. Davidson.
Morehead, Dr. William
Ward No. 3-
Inspectors R. M
-Registrar, B. P. Boyd.
Oates, J. H. Carson,
: Ward No. 4 Registrar, R. P. Waring. a
-i Inspectors J. T. Bryce, Rufus Barringer, B. B.
. '- - " . M. E. ALEXANDER, Sheriff
! B. R. SMITH. Mayor.
March 28, 1879.-tde. - -
WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
OFFICE OF WITTKOWSKY & BARUCH,
CHARLOTTE, X. G, APRIL S, 1879.
Having long felt that Charlotte can and ought to be not only the whole
sale, but also theetall market for the greater portion of the Carolines,
and believing that the public generally, and the ladles especially, will
fully appreciate an establishment where they may at all times find such
an assortment of all goods at such prices as will Justify persons not only
from the immediate vicinity, but from a distance, In coming to Charlotte
to make their purchases, we have made the experiment of purchasing a
stock so complete as to include all the latest novelties in every line of
goods, to the inspection of which we beg to invite your early attention. To
those who cannot find It 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 well as to consumers, an ele
gant assortment of Fine Black, Blue and Brown Cloth and Diagonal suits,
Drab De Tae, Middlesex Flannels, Harrison Casslmeres, White Vests, Al
paccas Coats, Linen suits, Dusters, In as nice goods and at as low prices
as can be found anywhere.
Has received Special attention, and deserves your notice.
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, Arttnclals, Feathers,
Ornaments, Black English Crepes, Plain and Fancy Ribbons of every con
ceivable shade and color,) Leghorn Flats, Chip, Canton, Milan and trim
med Sailor and School Hats, at the lowest possible prices.
1 ,000 Ladies' Silk, Embroidered, Chenelle, and Lawn Scarfs at half
price. Call and examine for yourselves.
WITTKOWSKY & BARUCH.
FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION.
MEN, YOUTHS, BOYS
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 Vesta.
Fine dress Pants to match.
We have the best of Middlesex Goods, warranted full Indigo; in fact the
same goods, made by fine Tailors, as we have soil in previous seasons.
We are sure that If any of our . customers have ever tried them they will
NOT BUY ELSEWHERE,
LACK STRAP MOLASSES j ...
Under cost by, the barrel, by
! . .. LeROY DAVIDSON.
Jan30 ..s . ; Hiic.l..
A GREEN HOUSE AND
! e.Ptt ,: ; - . - . i.
AT YOUR POST OFFICE.
ROSES J .ROSES
Send and get my catalogue of ehqlce Green
House and Beddlnff Planta "
We can send plants through the mall to any part
or tne country.- . -
i .",'lJf !t 1 ' C. B. FAIBCHILD,
Seedsman and Florist,
. March 26 2m. , " .. , Raleigh, N. C
FOB A FIRST CLASS " ,.w i .
Smoke can and get a Sudor, at . "" '
.... r . . LeROY DAVIDSON'S.,
E. 1). LATTA & 11HO.
In this department we have every
conceivable fabrlcr Bishop and Victo
ria Lawn, Mull Muslins, Jones' soft
and finished Cambrics, Nainsooks,
both Bheerand heavy. Piques in a very
great variety 01 styles and prices, we
desire to call very especial attention to
the new fabric in white goods, . " Lenon
de Syre," a goods similar to Victoria
Lawn, but superior in texture and wear.
Our White and Printed Linen Lawns
challenge their equal in this market
HOSI E R Y
In endless styles and quantities. See
our handsome Silk Mitts.
We have an immense variety at a low
cost, and offer them exceedingly cheap.
Every lady should have one, even in
midsummer, for evening service.
25 Pes. of the most novel and beau
tiful designs, 12c, 16c., 18c, 20c.,
25c. and 50c. per yard.
1 0-4 Bleached and Brown Sheetings:
N. Y. Mills, Utlca, Lowell, Wamsutta,
tc. 500 pieces 4-4 Bleached Muslins
all the most popular make.
LI N E N
Linens 4-4 and White Dress-are
exceedingly low, and we shalt offer
them to the trade at a very small ad
vance. NECK WEAR,
The finest ever exhibited in the city of
For Men's and Boys wea. - 1
A R F
In Stripes and Plaids, suitable' for
dies' as well as Gents., .
As low in price as 25 cents per dozen.
ALL AVE ASK
; :wOY THE PUBLIC
Is a Chance for a Fair Trial. -Mi
OF NORTH. CABpiiNA, 1 Jto Probata
"Yadkin County. . J. , Court.
S'i..'. in,tf-i;il".h U ttl::'.:fi l.:i
Joseph Sparks and Benjamin Sparks, Executors of
Benjamin sparas, aeceasea,
The Heirs at Law Iy Benlamln pparka, deceased
,, (,r KOTICB OT KNAL SUTLKMINT. .
It arj'rearlne to the satisfaction of the .Court that
Lydla Dimmit, wlfe of atot Dimmiw Jannan
Felta, wife of John Felt8rf John Sparks, and Elto
bethReddlk, wife of John Reddlk. arehelrs at law
in this ease and Bon-residents ef the State, v: t
It Is tnereiore on muuuu uraemu uj mo w"
toat advertisement be- made for six weeks IrtTsx
Chahlottb Obsbrvxb, notifying said defendants
to appear at the aerie's office In Yadklnvllle with-
in twenty aays uir bottiw? vi.wa "."".t;
them take notice that U they fail to appear that the
same will -be taken pro cemetxr miwafU a to
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