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SPRING DRY. GOODS
r that we hav bought ill unusually large1
-.tomers tbatwe havhughl
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SPRING, STOCK, ;
m03t of which Is now to. and ready for Inspection,
We are prepared to offer this 'season extraordl
na y inducements hayejs.hothj f j
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Give us a Jail, or send your orders, and we will
Eli AS A COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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FURNITURE , - -
furniture i -JV;,-.-. .
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A KuIT Lme of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
LOUNGES " I i H
LOUNGES ! ' ' '
PARLOR AND CKAMBKK puyja i ,
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tW COFFINS of air kinds on hand.
tW COFfTN of all kinds on hand.
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CHARLOTTE, N. C
VB Ladles' and Gentlemen's Burial Robes a
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; stock is verr l. : ndmirto!i P. FuB
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P1RL0R, CHAMBER, DINING ROO ;
BT An Goods Packed Free of Charged
We have Just received a third stock of all wool
Spring Buntings that have been so popular this
season. Also Black French Buntings. We wish
to eali your special attention to our stock of BlacK
and Light Colored - Spring Cashmeres, the hand
somest we late-' ertr of eri toe the pdce. .Don't
fail to look at our stoek of Black, Gros Grain and
Damaaw Bilks. Summer Silks in all colors. Tam
ise, Henrietta and Empress Cloths. French Organ
ttea Our stoek ot White Ooods te complete in
erery branch. Dotted and Plaid Swiss for over
dresses. Linen Cambrics, Mull Muslins, Marsa
llas. Linen and Yictorta Lawns, in plaid and fancy.
A large variety of Hamburg Edgings and Insert
ing in white and colored. Marseilles Quilts. A
second stoek of Ladies'
and Millinery G6ods. Be sore and examine our
stock of carpets; Cane Matting, Oil Carpets, and
Rugs. A large and well selected stock of Parasols.
A good line of fancy Charlottesville Cassimeres for
young men's suits, A handsome stock of
Call and eeiou stoclf ''Ladies' Saws in ''CAlf,
Goat, Serge, and Newport Ties. Children's Shoes
in fancy colors. A large line of Gents' and Chil
dren's Straw and For Hats.
Our stock is complete in every line, and we in
vite a careful inspection, as we are willing to com
pare soods and prices with any one. Special at
tention given to orders. Giva us a call.
T. L. SEIGLE 4 CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C
LARGE i ARRIVAL
H. MORRIS & BROS.'
NEW YORK CITY PRICES.
Look at the following reduction of prices:
-TBest Calico, only
6it Cents per yard.
8 " "
55 Cents per dozen.
Yard Wide Bleaching,
Best Sea Island Cotton,
. We only enumerate a few articles, but a call will
convince everybody that we mean what we say
Our stock ra'v'
and embraces everything kept to a first class es
tablishment, We have redueed every department
to keep up with the times. Now is your chance to
BAR G A I N S
ever bought in Charlotte. Everybody is invited to
call '' :' ' "' ' ' '"
H. MORRIS 4 BROS. .
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AT HALF PRICE.
i t W. KAUFMAN 4 CO.
We have made the experiment of purchasing a
Stoek so complete as to inojuoe we tates nvvemes
in Men's, Youth's. Boy's and Children's .
pS fxu,-00 CBP Wf GW
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H eftntte .btlelnneet,-im rrtn
aarmentwucn is sora ai our uouae i wunnwjui
pe Q0 'icpreaeuvpu, niH
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season, and they have gained the reputation of be.
Ing the best to themarkeV
We preseiu mis bwumiu m un wmuiuw b una
line of . .Kms i- li-ii .x.i-i
' i n r . , r
Coois, Shoes and Slippers,'
Including the best makes in the country. .There
can also be found in our stock a complete line of
line Felt Stiff and Straw Plate, and py kind of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Gdods. , Don't purchase
before you examine our stock, as the cheapest
f :V- BARGAINS V-.-
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Can be had at
W. KAUFMAN A CO.'Sl
Comer Trade and Tryon i Sts-
Charlotte, N, C
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.' vx wassj vtaaoauu.
Once we were lovers. God! how strange!
Only last June yon kissed my mouth;
Only last June I lay in your arms,
Lapped to the dreams that, are borstal the South.
Once we were toveri ' Uaugh aJood;
But laughs like this are not good to hear.
Have you forgotten? Men soon forget,
Even In less than the half of a year. . . " j,
Yes, we were lovers. God! what fools
We are when we love we women, you know. '
I wonder what heights I'd have climbed for your
Into what depths I'd have sunk of wo?
When we were lovers, I laughed at Hell;
If I could have known you were there, O Sweet,
I had smiled at its torments, seeking your eyes,
And, feeling your arms, called it bliss complete.
Just such fools we are when we love
We women; What is Heaven or Hell, .
Save as a man's eyes smile or frown, -To
us, whom to love the gods impel ? (
And the gods are cruel they have men'♥
Aad men are aye cruel to women who love,
'xia, only wnen we are Kutniess and raise.
"We may tistfe the dim rapture we read of above.
Men are not faithful to things that are true.
Do I blame you?. Ah, no! it was thus you were
And a true woman's heart is a toy for your play;
And, later, a thing that you latlgh at and scorn.
YeC knowing atl this, I dared to love you!
Droll, Is tt not? I have laughed oft and long.
Yet you loved me a day O a mad, sweet day!
tMore women than; I have lost souls for a song.)
Yesryo Ioveae'jm Bbur! "O lhat dead hour!
All other hours are out of tune
In my life, when I think of your wondrous eyes,
And your lips that kissed me only last June.
Once we were lovers. Ah me! ah me!
I have known Hell, but I found it alone.'
Yet no one dreams. I'm a woman, you see.
And we laugh at the world, though we strangle a
Never look a gift gun In the muzzle. Hackenr
sack Republican. It should be honored In the
breexstcwrnrmwen Register. "
London has -a tenor named William Shakes
peare, who Is rapidly growing In favor. He studied
in Germany, and is something of a composer.
An Atlanta negro, who tried to se"d one of his
offspring through the postoffice, was promptly, ar
rested for attempted black-mailing. Boston Post.
1 The editor of the Okalona (Miss.) State speaks
of "peoplehood" and of facts that "shall be for
getless." Very extraordinary Jackass, that editor.
The superintendent addressed the Sunday school
on obedience to the moral law, and urged the keep
ing and not breaking of the commandments, and
to fasten the Impression, asked: "Is anything
better for being broken?" "Yes," said a little boy,
"a nag." The address proceeded no further.
"Darn a fool," says Harkins, who was vexed, to
his wife. "So mote It be.'i said Mrs. H.. who was
nourishing a darning needle, "whereabouts are
you worn out?" Harkins said some people were
too smart to live long, and was too awfully, angry
when his wife congratulated him on his prospects
for a long life. Oh, the tongue of these women!
A nonplussed theologian Is said to have sat up
until a late hour fruitlessly trying to get the tangle
out of the following anecdote, which is related In
Mr. Conway's recent book: "In an orthodox fami
ly, with which I have had some acquaintance, a lit
tle boy who had used naughty expressions of re
sentment toward a playmate was admonished that
he should be more like Christ, who never did any
harm to his enemies! 'No,' answered the wrath
ful child, 'but he's a-going to.' "
Dimensions Among the Democrat'-.
Washington Special to Philadelphia Tunes, 9th.
The action of the Western Democrats
in the House to-day upon the rule giv
ing the floor at all times to the banking
and currency and coinage committees
has caused general' demoralization
among the Eastern Democrats to-night.
Jn fact, there is an unmistakable panic
in this branch of the party. It is per
fectly understood that the extreme in
flationists have carried the day and
placed matters in a shape where they
can force the House to act upon the
measures which they present. The on
ly possible check to this sudden advance
upon the Eastern and conservative men
of the party must come through Speak
er Randall by such organization of the
banking- and eurrencv and coinaate com
mittees as will make it impossible for
either of thipm to report measures which
are 'contemplated by. the large majority
which earned the amendment to the
rules to-day. This Randall cannot do
without running great risk of a desper
ate quarrel in the party. Eastern hard
money Democrats are exasperated and
greatly downcast at the turn affairs
have taken. They say that the party
Jias been soldi out to the Greenbackers
in order,' first, to accomplish local tri
umphs in various parts of the West,
and, secondly, in order to force Thur
man or Hendricks and their soft-monoy
views tippn the East, and to do this by
committing the Democratic Congress
to the Western Democratic financial
views. The action defeats the persist
ent efforts of the ' conservative Demo
crats to prevent general legislation, and
especially on financial measures, at the
present session. The same majority
which forced the rule to-day will now
proceed to press legislation hostile to
the national banks, and try to pass a
law at the earliest possible day retiring
i;heir notes' and replacing them with
greenbacks. In regard to silver, an ef
fort will be made to secure free coinage
and to authorize the issue of silver bul
lion certificates on the same basis as is
now provided for gold. The aim will
be, through the ways and means com
mittee, to restore the income tax and to
revise and reduce the tariff. The Green
back element is exultant to-night. Its
leaders do not hesitate to declare that
they have defeated the Eastern hard
money element, and that henceforth
they will retain control. The Thurman.
Ewinff men sav that it is the overthrow
of Tilden and Bayard, and that matters
are at last in a shape where tne Jiiasi;
will haveto yeld to, the West . That
Eortion of lhal party Vhere represented
y Randall, Bayard and men of similar
views are deeply concerned over tle
situation, and altogether at a loss to see
their way out of the unexpected and
grave .condition of affairs.
The Recent Town Elections.
Wash. Cor. Baltimore Sun.
Tko onira nnmmanfa ' lnrlnlarAll in VlV
some writers as to the lesson conveyeq.
States are the cause of much amuse
mAnf tii t.hA wfiaf.hflr-hp.aten noliticians.
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There is notlung more absurd than the
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endeavor which is so orxen maae eitner
through ignorance or design, to com
nectthe result of local elections with
national politics, as it is scarcely . once
twi a YinnAraA Mm act that. nrA has thfl
4o&t-. haarmcpfm1 "Arf nt.hfil. ; Aft to tllft
OWo town elections, tt is known here
5hat m airnost every one or inenj xnerq
were sharply defined local issues which
ha4 a controlling effect. An Ohio mem
ber of the House said to-day that he did
not believe half the voters of Cincin
nati even knew that Congress .was, in
1 An old physician, retired from practice, having
had placed in his hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a single vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and permanent cure for consumption,
bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and all throat and
lung affections, also a positive and radical cure for
nervous debility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested its wonderful ouratlve powers in
thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make It
known to his suffering fellows. - Actuated by this
motive, and a desire to relieve human suffering, I
will send, free of charge, to all who desire it, this
recipe, with full directions for preparing and using
In German, French or English, Sent by mail by
addressing with stamp, naming this paper. W. W.
Sherar, 149 Powers' Block, Rochester, New York.
I mar25 4w ,
t(o sxVthe MOSEY ?
The Gentleman frern Suncombe in Reply to the
Gentletna-! roin Mecklenburg.
NEABpCshfil.LE, April 7, 1879.
Te the Xdito$g! J9server:
;:My'frfipt Ardrey, was very
much mist in concluding that my
jeroer wagmLuieuueu w unuuism oi
him or hiscburse in the Legislature. I
was only defending myself against the
criticism of The Qbsekyeb, which had
founded its conclusions upon an asser
tion made by him in the Legislature
relative to myself. , Against this con
clusion, formed und publicly presented
through the columns of a widely-circulated
newspaper, I thought 1 had a
right to be a heard, and I felt sure my
defense was made in a way not calcu
lated to disturb the wonted serenity of
my friend. But now he comes to the
rescue of ThrObsSrveb, and in defense
of Mr asserttdfiT and' presents an array
of figures upon which he rests the truth
of his position. As to what extent they
verify and 'sustain him, and disprove
the figures presented by myself, I leave
the public to conclude. This contro
versy, unlike many others, is one of
facts and figures very stubborn things
and luckily for all concerned, does
not depend upon what either Capt. Ar
drey or myself may assert in regard
thereto. Every one who will take a
little trouble to refer to the acts of the
last General Assembly, and that of
1876-T7, can soon see who is right; but
1 1 hope I will be pardoned for again
calling attention to the statement of
facts presented in my letter, but in a
somewhat more general way. If I have
hot been misled these facts will be
found to be as follows: The Legislature
of l876-"77 levied the 6 cents tax just as
the present one did, for the support of
the penitentiary, and in addition there
to, by separate bill, appropriated the
sura of $100.000 ; this Legislature made
no appropriation aside from the 6 cents
on the $100 worth of personal property,
so here is a saving of $50,000 per an
nu ji. The appropriation two years ago
for the insane asylum was $65,000 per
annum ; this year it was $45,000, but
under certain contingencies $5,000 more
might be drawn from the treasury ; but
$45,000 was the amount considered as
appropriated a saving of $20,000. Ac
cording to Capt. A.'s own statement,
$42,500 was appropriated two years ago
for the support of the deaf, dumb and
blind, while this year it was only $32,
500 a saving of $10,000 instead of $7,
500, as I stated before. Two years ago
certain funds raised by the sale of prop
erty belonging to tne State, which
amounted to $17,500,- together with
an appropriation of $5,000, was to be
used m building a mansion for the Gov
ernor. By a billintroduced by our com
mittee this appropriation of $5,000 was
repealed, and the $17,500 covered into
the treasury ; so. in fact, instead of
$17,500 being saved, it was really $22,
500. The savings on the geological sur
vey and public printing were about as
stated before $11,000 on the two and
as to who did it, I will explain before I
am through. The repeal of the law
granting allowances to lunatics outside
of the asylum came from a bill intro
duced by a member of the retrenchment
committee, and by its sanction, and was
never, in my opinion, referred to any
other committee. Dr. Worth, I was in
formed, said that it had saved to the
Stale $50,000. The savings from the re
duction of salaries of State officers and
others were understood to be something
over $16,000, as I was informed by those
who had made a calculation of the
So, if I have stated the facts of the
case, it will appear that there was a
saving beyond the amount $171,000
stated in my former letter. Xow, as to
other committees being entitled to a
part of the credit of this saving, in con
sequence of their co-operation with the
retrenchment committee, I have this
to say: that the saving in almost ev
ery instance would have been much
greater than it was but for the fact that
our committee had to be- controlled in
some degree by its joint action with
the standing committees. We were in
every instance, I think, in favor of
smaller appropriations than they. I do
not in any sense blame any of the
standing committees for what they did,
for I believe all did what they thought
for the best interest of the State; but I
feel sure that they will sustain me, that
we were for lower figures than they.
And as the committee on retrenchment
and reform was by special resolution
charged with the curtailment of all the
expenditures of the State, and made a
full investigation of all the depart
ments, expenses, etc, and were proceed
ing to report and make suggestions in
their line of duty, the action of any
other committee or member of the Leg
islature in the way of introducing bills
or otherwise, which came within the
scope of our committee, does not deprive
us of the credit, as we would have done
the same and likely in a more effectual
way, Now, by saying, this I do jiot
mean to be understood as claiming for
the retrenchment committee all the
credit of retrenchment, for the Legisla
ture was full of as good retrenchers as
belonged to our committee or any other
committee. Neither do I blame those
who did not agree with us as to cutting
down expenses, for I think all did what
they thought for.the best. So, if there
has been, a saving of the amounts that
I have specified in the 'different direc
tions to which X have galled attention,
then am 1 sustained in the figures made
in my former letter, notwithstanding
the fact that the Legislature made ap
propriations in other ways which con
sumed much of these savings. It does
not disprove the savings that were made
in one direction if they were spent in
another, and especially so if without
the assent of those who did the saving,
After asking pardon for this already
too long letter, let me again assure my
friend, Ca.pt. Ardrey, that I do not
blame him because he did not agree
with me about cutting down the ex
penditures of the State, for he had as
much right to his opinions as I, but it
was a matter about which I had much
concern and I was determined to lessen
the taxes to as great an extent as post
sible. and if one class of persons blame'
me for it, I feei sure there is a much
larger class that will approve my ef
forts, Yery truly, &c,
- if ATT Atkinson.
Everything Goes Wroag
In the bodllr mechanism when the liver gets out of
order. Constipation, dyspepsia, contamination of
the blood, imperfect assimilation are certain to en
sue. But it Is easy to prevent these consequences
and remove their cause, by a course of Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, which stimulates the biliary or
gan and regulates its action. The direct result is
a disappearance of the pains beneath the ribs and
through ' the shoulder blade, the nausea, head
aches, yellowness of the skin, furred look of the
tongue, and sour odor of the breath, which charae,
terlze liver complaint, t Sound digestion and a reg
ular habit of body are blessings, ft1?0 secured by the
use of this celebrated restorative of health, which
Imparts a degree of vigor to the body which Is its
. best guarantee of safety from malarial epidemics.
Nerve weakness and over-tension are relieved by
11 and tt Improves both appetite and sleep. " -pr9
WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING AX ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OP
CLOTHING IN EVERY CONCEIVABLE STYLE AND PRICE.
A general inspection is cordially solicited.
April 6, 1879. E. D. LATTA & BRO.
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, " Satlne 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, Tamerttne, 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. I
1,000 dozen. Plain, Bordered, Hem
stitched. White and Colored, from
6c to 75c each.
Handsome all wool Silk Basket
Broche Cloth, lor ladies' and children's
Sacks and Dalmons; these we offer at
half the cost of production. Handsom
est goods ever produced. Cassimeres,
Middlesex Flannels, &c
Carpets, in an endless variety of new
designs, at all prices. Rugs, Mattings,
Crumb Cloths, Ac.
OUR STOCK OF
CO M P L E T XT
O M P L E T S-J
AS WELL AS
SIZES AND STYLES.
We are sure
SIZES AND STYLES.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU IN EVERY REGARD.
Notice la hereby erven 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 the several wards of the city of Charlotte,
for Mayor and a Board of Aldermen for said city.
Ward No. 1 Registrar, John L Elms. '
Inspectors Dr. M. M. Orr, S, M. Howell, A. X,
Gray. . . ; ... .
Ward No. 2 Registrar, H. B. Williams,
Inspectors - John L tforehaad. Dr. . William
Sloan. A, B, Davidson,
- ;"WardNo.3-Registrar, B. P. Boyd. '
' Inspectors R. M. Oatea, J. H. Carson, M. A.
Stauoer.. - .
- , Ward No. 4 Registrar, R. P. Waring.
; Inspectors JY. Bryce, "Rufus Barrlnger, RB.
. M.E ALEXANDER, Sheriff
B. R. SMITH, Mayor.
- March 28, 1879.-tdcj '
Representing all the novel styles in the New York
OFFICE OF WITTKOWSKY & BARUCH,
CHARLOTTE, N. Cn 4PRIL 3, 1879.
Having long felt that Charlotte can and ought to be not only the whole
sale, but also theretail market for the greater portion of the Carolinas,
and believing that the public generally, and the ladies 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 Cassimeres, White Vests,- AI
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.
MILLINERY ! MILLINERY !
This Department we have given our most careful attention, and believe
it complete, with the latest Parisian novelties. Including ail the new
shapes in Hats, t together with the finest Trimmings, Arttneials, 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 Ladles' 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 Vests.
Fine dress Pants to match.
o ' , ,
We have the best of Middlesex Goods, warranted full Indigo; in fact the
same goods, made by fine Tailors, as we have soli In previous seasons.
that if any of our customers have ever tried them
NOT BUY ELSEWHERE.
Ym BERW ANGER
JgLACK STRAP MOLASSES
Under eost by the barrel, b
A GREEN HOUSE AND
S E E D STORE
AT YOUR POST OFFICE.
ROSES I ROSES !
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Send and get my. catalogue -of choice Green
House and Beddlne Plants ' ' . ..' v
. We can send plants through the mall to any part
oitneeounay, ..- i.. - ..!;.-;
i j G B. F ATRCHTLD,
March 26 2m. -;- Raleigh, N. G'
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pOR A FIRST CLASS ,ui -v -vlxkvS
Rrnnk MtH nd mat a. fltvtnr. st
thtfnmghbf tmpplUti wttk awry needed
qf Job Work eamnou 6 jam with naitnmt,
wet r Mr iav . Wit tan iurmUL mt MJurt
. . LETTXM-BJBAD8, CA2D3, i 2 .:. ? J ;
TAGS. MEOVTTS. POSTXSS,
: PMOeJUMMXS, nASD-BJLLS,
- rAMPSLXTS, CISCULABS, CHECKS, 40.
In this department we have every
conceivable fabric t BUhop and Victo
ria Lawa. Mull Muslins, Jenes soft
and finished' Cambrics, .Nainsooks,
both sheer and heavy, Piquet in a very ,
great variety of styles and prices. We '
desire te call very especial attention to:
tbe new fabric In white eooos, "Lnoa
de Syre." a goods similar to Victoria
Lawn, but superior In texture and weai
Our White and Printed Linen Lawn
challenge their equal In this market
H O S IE R Y
In endless styles and quantities. See
our handsome 811k Mitts.
SHAWLS. ..; (.
We have an Immense variety at a low
cost, and offer them exceedingly eheap.
Every lady should have eoe, even ut
midsummer, for evening service.
C U R T A IN
23 Pes. of the most novel and b3au
Oful designs, 12a, 15c, 18c., 20c.,
25c and 60c per yard.
1 04 Bleached and Brown Sheetings;
N. Y. Mills, UUca, Lowell. Wamsutta,
Ac 500 pieces 4-4 Bleached Muslins
all the most popular make.
Linens 4-4 and White Dress are
exceedingly low, and we shall 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 wear. -
In Stripes and Plaids, suitable for La
dies as weU a Gents. -,,
As low in price as 25 cents per dozen.
. ' ' . ' '. A ''
ALL WE ASK
OF THX PUBLIC
Is a Chance for Fair Trial.
& BRO, Ffne Clothiers and Tailors
TATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, 1 In ProbaQ
1 : t - Yadkin County. - . f t Coort.
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Josepb Sparks and Benjamin Sparks, Executors of.
uenjamin Bpaou, oeceasea,
The Heirs at Law of Benjamin Sparks, deceased.
mmooar rakittrraxutin: ,j
It aDDearlrut to the saasfacOott of V QrnttbM TA
Lydla Dimmit, wife or .Paton Dimmit, KannaB ,
JreltS, Wile OI joau fm,iWPn oiwm. ' -
bethBeddik, wife of John Beddik,reheirs aMaw ys
In this ease and non-residents of the Stated " i
f It is-therefore o motion ordered twtoeCem-n;:
that advertlseraent be made for six weeks in TK,
Chablott Obsxktkb, notifying said defendants a
to appear at the Clerk's omee In YadktavUle with ,w
tat twenty days after service of this notic and let
them take notice that if they fail to appear that ft irt
same will be taken pro confess uadtxparU as Ut. e .
fitven under mv hand and seat of office m Ysd-f
. ...T'ri':,::. I '. ISAAC N. VESTAL, .J..rf t"
,r: " i- r- V . : 1mKaa TnAMn
J-i1').;' t' ii, j iii
SPLENDID LINE OF
Fine Teas, aS grades, Just 1