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it ' JTtf- OBSBJirtJt. JOlt DSeXJtXMMMT.t -,1 H
4se thoroughly mmplitd with every netOed
wad, and with the Lated Stylet of Tiff, and every
manner qf Job Wort am now donMA. maters '
ana CAamas.irfaaw.nirBMA, a twtn
BLAXX&, BILL-HXADSt. T" ;r
"1 rzoGRuaax, savd-julls,
'PAMPHLETS, CISCXTLAJRS, CHECKS, 40.
fcekontu r 'wp-T-w-y6iJusvm v ii vr,,r; .f .w - "l Vvr ,ns
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VOL. XX., 1 ;; 6riARL(m,E; 1 r.;"' ;:Oe6. -
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SUN UMBRELLAS .3
I ( ,j i
Ladies buying Parasols and Sun Umbrellas will
And the best assortment at the lowest prices at
They will also find other goods to salt them upon
which they can save money. Our stock of Fancy
and Staple j
is dow complete, among which may be found a
full supply of House' furnishing Goods, Sheeting
and Pillow Casings in Linen and Cotton, Linen
TaMe Damask in Watte,' Slate, Ited and Yellovrr
Napkins, Doylas and Towels to1 every tartetyi Car"
pets, Rugs, Matttngsand Oil C oths." ! " ' ' , '"'
Our stock of Embroidery and Trimmings is large,"
and will be found very cheap. So will our stock of
H0SIEBY, GLOVES) HANDifcBCHIEFS, COB
8ETS. FANS ANR.T.IES. , ... "
Ask to see our Ten Cents Linen CambriQuHaodn
kerchief and $2 Sun Umbrellas. Too will find
them cheap, aodeverytbing4lse' In ji-oplriloh.
Call and see us. It will pay you.
mi' : ;-t lo'SLLia Jt-OOHENf.rn
UROESS NICHOLS, ., . , .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
BEDDING, C BKISDING, Ac.
BEDmNQ' FrfRkrptol )TDmG'a
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS 1. t ;
SHEAKBiPSTEAPa U Ji
PARLOR AND i;hajuje bv,
ty COFFIN bfalktad bn hand.
.MtM. .;. Jrwstf! r! .I it'.f'-itl'
COTIN.Sf , all kinds on:hnd. -
No. 6 West Trad Brtanrr.
... " 'i. tv'.X;. it i-v-j!' Hi.
fee- Ladlss' And; GenQeinen'f Burial :Bobes a
, line sapply.. : -:i-t i -.rJh '!; v-i .n
- i' v'ii- iif:r it-.- .'Jnt..
lan3 : ..' !f.J!j . rt' i ' '! ! ,i 'f
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M W W TT T TT IT
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. i! .nr,t Ht lan ;il;rJ .7 .HJ vt
lllild -MiJ lVti Kl.li Unfr.'l' U .'A lr-6 "Kit
Vi ss-wivi piialtnt edi td Jtir.aim !v
. ..in; i) ,nl :!' rir to mw f1ii. km?
: mil! ;KJ,f ob .WJft '(.J -ui tl!tlilll
: -tiiniMH. f 3o irjfjrf-,?!. u yhtV ,fi4lRii;W.
. ; i- .'to.fwn wi jij wti inl k1
My Stock is TE3'MW1!
.... w'.uS aili - bi'K .jJTtf mK
PihriH rmiMRlttt.;rjININa SOQihaT
v , - !
OYYlcd FURNITURE ,
. .r. tr' ti, nN .
: Twf iHYi'l-ul lil. t-
M- Au Goods Packed Free ofCharfte1
We have last rmvttvjvl m thlwt styvv nf all vwi
Spring Buntings that have been so popular this
season. Also Black French Buntings. We wish
to call your special adsnttos 4q our stock of BlacK
and Light Colored Spring Cashmeres, the hand
somest we have ever oflerel for the price. Don't
fall to look at our stock .of Black, Gros Grain and
Damasse Bilks, Summer Silks in all colors. Tam
ise, Henrietta and Emnress Cloths. French Onran-
ditss. Our stock of White. Goods Is complete in
every branch. Dotted and Plaid Swiss for over
dresses. Lines CandcSv Mull. HvsUaSr Afarsa
Uas, Linen inll(lJinbAaAitMcj.
a targe variety or uamourg Kdginga andlnsert
ings In white-, and .colored. . 'MaraeUMs,Qullts. A
second stock of Ladies'
:1 (.! oi
and Millinery Goods,
stock of carpets; Cane
sure and examine our
Rugs., A laise and well selected stock of Parasols.
g, vru uirueus iuiu
A good line of fancy CrlOUesvllle Casslmeres for
young men's suits. A'nanasome stocK 01 ' ''
Call and see our stock of. Ladles' ,8noea In Calf,
Goat Serge, and Newport Ties. Children's Shoes
In fancy colors. A large line of Gents' and Chil
dren's Straw and Fur Hats. .
Our stock Is complete in - everrmie, and we Ir-
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
Opp, Charlqtfe Hotel, Trypn st, Charlotte, N. C.
RULE THE DAY.
A (H. TAH iiV
Daily throng the
CHEAP STORE OF
He MORRIS m BRCKS.
lien's-Best Flanael Suits.
Tan4r$d.o0, 3.0, 4,50
Beautiful light Casslmere
White Fancy Pique, 8V3, 10 and 12Vz cts. per yard,
10 and 12
Dress Linen, all shades, 18, 20 and 25c per yard.
r, an wiatns, to zoc. per yarn.
loves, an shades, 50c., 75c and
ifarttle g(oilHeachlng, onl 8cpr (aU ) f f
Best Calicos, an grades, only 6 cents per yard.
It will pay afybody to taspct,our Goods and
prices, as we claim to be the leading low price
house in CharloiteH 1 ( ) J J f
ust received, a beautiful Une of '
Ranging in price from 12ft Cents to S3.
! TA ! i
Also,' afufl nleof
And Ladles' Underwear, at immense bargains.
W. KAUFMAN A CO.
w have made the exDeriment of Darchaslng a:
stock so complete aS to lndude tttelatest.noveloM'
In Hen's, Youth's. Boy's and Children's - j
O O L
DO TTTT H H n NN N GGO
O O T H H u fill II o o
O O T HHH II N NN O
iSoE 56 T H HUN Kb
o t e " a is
We invite public Inspection, and we are at alij
v Miodw )s W. ml III ban ,mVmi f0o8
Cheaper than any other house, as we did the past
season, and they have gained the reputation of be-;
toW?prwenlhl4 bnsumer a flne;
Une of - , "1
can also be found in mvjetock a complete line of
nA vait'u.iiT andRtrsiW Hats, and any kind of
nflerneTiruralshlng' IkKKlA Derrt purchase
berere you a
, ,",( ,J Utt T'THj. .fVJl''f ?!!' VtXf I '
I lit li t SZl i U . rti Ot 2 Eli K 1St- ,1-M-J
Can be had fit' UL.l.''."jri,1i!Mk,.fl
Corner Trade and Tryon BW-K,
Dimes and dollars! dollars and dimes!
An empty pocket's the worst of crimes
If a man is down, give him a thrust
Trample th beggar lato she dusU i i .iiix
Presumptoous poverty's quite appalling,
A.BOG. mn oven kick nua iGTEuunxiu. ,iiiiin m a,
II a man's up, oh! lift him higher ..i -t
Tour soul's for sale, and he's a buyer!
mines ana aonarsi aoiiars ana dimes!
An empty pocket's the worst of crimes!
!-..-. . .. .. .. ..... -1
Whose hopes are built on a maiden's truth;
But the maiden will break her tows with ease.
For a wooer cometk whose claims are these
a nouow neart ana an empty neaa.
a race wen ungeOfWim di
a soul wefrtianef fnivlliamy'fl sclqol
And Cash, sweet Caah! helmoweth tl
Dimes ana aouarsi, dollars and dimes;
An empty pocket's the worst of crimes!
I know a bold and an hnnMt man
Who strives to work on the Christian nlan.
But poor he isv and poor will be. ..-.'.. ?
a scorned and hated wretch is he. ' ' , u :
At home he meeteth a ntarvin? wtfa.
AbioaheJeaaettthIarJertUfe-yr 1 jy
They stletagalniMelal Odds .At
Who win not bow to the people's erods!
a and dollars!: dellansnd dlmest v
empty poc set's the worst of crimes!
So get ye wealth, no matter how!
"No Questions asked" of the rich I trow!
Steal by night, and steal by day . , .
coma it an in a legal way);' - - "
feln the chnrch. and never ffjrsaka her.
)iearn to canL snri ramm vaor Maker: ' 1 " - -1
B 3 hypocrite, lial, lahaf & airf fkof ; 1 1 I I (
jsuiaon iDe poor rememDer tne ruie:
mmes and aouarerjraraaiiajaime' r r I
An empty pocifitiheHWOBttFcllBieB! lift
jaii) is Jri baf'l. Atlanta Constitution.
Concentration is the name riven to Goldsmith
Maid's first colt
Carlyle refuses to read a newspaper, possibly be
cause there are none in England.
It is related of the late, Mme. Bonaparte that she
never adopted the new tangled notion of gas. but
always used candles, and she would not allow a
carpet to be laid on her bedroom floor.
Leo XIII. accidentally learning that all the val
uable iorced vegetables in tne Vatican garden were
appropriated Dy ine uaramajs, aesijx
lettuces, artichokes, cl be pent to -aie mai
where all could purchase them who ft
that the proceeosj kepuorije poor. .
SMt- cftndeetld-.'euthe't lately cut
ph wires for fun in England, thus
enfoolfr communication with Lon
tne unud states. This piece 01
mischief points to the fact that the most momen
tous interests may De marred fey the ireaK 01 a
mischievous boy. and favors subterranean wires.
A man has been discovered in New York by a
newspaper reporter who doubtless possesses the
most remarkable be and in the country. The man
Is a truck driver, and during working days wears
his beard colled up and braided together under his
clothing, but on Sundays he loosens It and combs
it out and goes upon the promenade with a hirsute
growth which reaches to his toes, and he Is a man
nearly six feet high at that
In a BostortdEMlaVid) enured thrpferihA bhirt
aaopiea 01 in rowing verse aner verse 01 a nymn
that is to ben&b tie eongregatioji in large tope
upon a waUsWy meads of magl&'iantern.ThQ
"nas aireaoy oeen round 10 piease me 01a as wen
as the. young, and bi Its means "toe Abjections to
8lryfjng f fcino book; erbf haflng left the
book atnome, or of eye-Injuring fine type, are an-
ii JL def InflarA t J al
appear as def enaanx to a breach-of-
promlse suit, tills Is the kind of a bill a young rail
road man has paid a St Louis girl, according to
a lengthy account in the veracious Timea-Journal:
"Mr. to Miss , Dr. To balance as per
bill rendered, $28.65: to gas used In parlor, $3.25;
to spooninc (net), 850: to advice furnished, 5 cts;
to fine for not calling as appointed, $5; to mend
ing leg oi soia, 1.75; total,
Talk about knowing babies! ,A. soung. married
couple, lmng-on Xottit Pfelawara streeK have a six
months old babe that for two eeks past has been
considered the wonder of the neighborhood and
the admiration of all the mothers for squares and
squares about Only six months old, and actually
scratched Its own head! Did it too. with the vigor
of an eight-year-old schoolboy. It was too cunnln' !
The other day an old lady of vast experience was
shown the baby the wonderful baby when it was
scratching Its head with unusual emphasis. She
adjusted her glasses and looked carefully. No
matter what she said. A fine-toothed comb was
bought the nurse girl was discharged, and the
phenomenon case4. IndfiiatoM Nkvm I
Col. A. M. Waddell is to deliver the
memorial address in Newbeme. . i ,
There was a large anji destructive
forest fire ini Bf (m3wick county last
Episct I cilurfeheslo&Rilei2rtair4junt-
A woesetwmb r
day afternoon. Punish him.
ed president and (japt. John feioan sec-
rey.pfi t,;il,mington. compress, ani
wa:enous,empany, ,.. 4 Ml0
MruJehn Qa Gantf the firms ofi John
Q. Gant & Go of Company Shops, was
marnedTuesday evening, at
copal' church of Morgantbt
Corinna M. Erwin, of Burke.
HTi iO! ROAR (1f iiti Wi-rhaif:! MMr Wf '
The .WilrningtiOJivf-Prfiays the last
General Conference of the Methodist
EniscoDal Church. South, recommended
that missionary,: societies, ccomposedrtaf
ladies, be formed throngbout the church
bounds, and accordance with this ac
tion a society WaS 'orgariized Sunday af
ternoon at Eront Street church, in that
eity with Mrs. C. G. Kennedy.-as ,presi-
"Kaleigh Observer : The idrpoiators
:6tthe State Umverait.!rtaUr5aiiet at
tCfcapeiHill o Saturday lasfe m 3&al
fjlvTameron presiaea ana coBamusiancra
were chosen to open p
tion arid" report to aii1 j
ing on tte4WofiTMmA soon as
810.000 shall oe subscribed directors
J MRt)e -eleeteft comroteiifced.
Flv was on ner way to ismicnviue-j
when' abflBailflbelow nwpiAn-
buck swimming acr,0t.Wf4J?W65iirf
warol'iIM -rinswick shore. They
him. tfttrtawsm'tmguvtoB aeer mi
r or,H Hfr Wftlfnn thrftw a linftMi
hia horns. drewJiia head un and cut his
throat, agUJtHefiffm4W!fc&n aboard.
When taken to Smithvillebe was found
to weigh about one hunftrariftunfts- r
The Wilmington Star is informed
i hat Jar.k Brvant a very respectable
colored(man, who lives three or four)
Mesrontfeir Tfr'ftrPefider totm-
tv. cut down a Dee tree on csaiuraay,
lastrand fdnftd ;tnefeirI, aKcohsiderabre
quantity or noney. aii wuuivtJS'
cept one of his daughters;"' riartooR'Tjf
the wild sweetness. She was engaged;
inffimni tilttner? and bthetfntfe they
wereinvitedM -therepastathey were;
too sick to respond, George, a grown,
man, died in a few minutes, and the re-;
mainder of theTamily are still sick,
from the effects of- their indulgence,
though it iS'eiielhedsthtTinder good
Unremitting application will Induce disease un-;
less the blood be keptustontiy pure and rich. ,
For all hard workers the remedy to keep the blood
In the best condition is Dr. BuU's Blood Mixture, j
ii4 if. i - : r i" tv 1 1 r" :np?jinD j
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. Wlnslow's Soott-'
Inir Syrup has been used for children . It corrects.
acTditrof the stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates
rtit,- iH' ivRAnterv and diarrhoea, whether'
SSbfrom teethlngor Uier causes. An old and:
weU known remedy. 25c per bottle. awl '
raotnin last; where they had) evidently
been droippe M'thej fefi''lwjrby
some on passing; onth!stteet.'b ctttfe.
ed president oSouiiiBail-
been stricken with paralysis and is in a
critical cohcuaon, ; '. iwrprn', ',-,
President Palrher, of the Charlotte.
Columbia and August Kailroad, says
Chester i3 ' the. ,tt4rd t cotton market in
South Carolina, '
Thft? firie5" 616Y nifanistat' Cberbkee
Ford Iron Workd, Spartaatflixgeounty,
occupied by 1 Captu R ih latlam, Agent,
was- accidentally flestr'dyed by tire at 2
o'ejteek a. nr.? Friday; the irtbfnet. ..
"SiUMlt. in1lIftM -Jii J 1S11'71J
Mr. A nana .Nif.noJf4nn an. old it,i7PTi
bt; Chester jrouptyVedjefi. ra ib;'. a$.
ts of hesteErdorJiitv' : S3 called to
take place atthe'ciDtttt h6me in Ches
uter p Triday ,nighV48th instsor'the
jparpoae 0i;app6iiitig aeiegates to the
igenerarconTencww o oe oeia an Liar-;
lotteotf tJ4thof"July.'''S . :!. i
: .i -lK iH-W.nl .I'M! .' -ri ;V-
1 , & OrmiKen wagon; amer ia.lJarhng-.
iTQm, Jia wagon .on , xueaaay . last, ana,
was, fragged spine dtance py tae lines,,
and coning in contact with ne,. wheels
was injured so hadly tuat death jensued;
in two hours from WA f all. ' '
Spartanburg 'Eer&ldi Mr. II. C. Ec-
?I .the central iiotei, in unariacte,
roat l'aat. wto1r:'a,ttd 'on their Tetiirn
w'flUit ehtbutastic iri piaise of thfe
sppnron tha iine. ' 1 J iV ,' . , . .j
X' W: Stult was the name of the
Hjenry county, Y8 tobacco ; peddler1
who was ,!kned 1 liear Kewberry last
Friday by his! colored wagon driyer.
IJe knocked bint in the head 'with an
axel .'Th'6 ' Greenville1 'ifeta say the he
gro fobbedliim of hfs tnohey,' clothing5
and pistol. He was captrtred Sliriday
in Edgefield icouiity. - i -
Columbiai?e,;isir ' Judge Thomson
Was enagaged ' all day -in hearing , the
case of the Spartanburg; and .!A.shville
KftilFOftd Company against uaiao noun.-
night, execator ofioEiiGi Shiver. When
this company wabtitoorgariixe, a
paper purpor,t4uft, jb $Mfm&m
to its capital tocwas.,rseovaroun4
niXlumbiaeanpf: R. Rhiyer
was placedon this napbM hen and
)y ;Wlw)m does not appea,' Th,e ijr atnij;
nat . itM4i" not put M$re;T)y;,Blnyet
nmself, and confess tnemselYs unaole;
rernaminlr out about twenty rfliiii-'
uteretijje a ye.t Jfd thdef.
Ml. M. (T
Yellow fever prevailed at Rio Janei
ro March 6. -;..,,., :
Chili has forinalAy declafed war
against Peru-u j.iii&MusHj:
- In Woonsocket,:R 1 Sunday,.. Mans.
ptvelie,'1 aged Started ' in a walking
match; tfl sooiibecaineiill, and'.diMih
& few hours.' -i-in'. .:,..:,: ..;
' -tEhe Presbyferyt of ; New t Brunswick, j
js. BtrncK tne name or ttev. ioihi
Miller from the roUotmjh1W;3tiej
xlid not depose him. n '.' i : ..-,
ire denied at Fort Still. Alb are plow-:
party, who are quiet.' t in ; :
A hail storm crd Vat Pensacola
la Monday, a tnmg unk
bef ore,''. Sftnje bf jBift in jEUtOhes wfere
4ution twmrtommercial travalersirofir
otheStateWeiWpf yearr'fcsid: f
for each county visited on busmeS1.
Madame Bertha Bef ire.6nCtl ati
--r t n . a x ' ' Al.
jxew x or-goi naymfe.caueu um ueaiii;
of 001-a.nbrtDrafitjpe, has
been sentenced to 12 yearsln . the periN
ya nA( MuuMii jrf TIj RtmJVi.!i:iElw lj-H;'Hi !
-tut Mezeiuiih. SaejTitoiihmrjQierer,:
mit, suucide-jMandavtibVii ppenrng)! the
'VeiM iaWs rms hnd legwrth a piece
of wire.'.takewmr. proxjm . uandie.
Richmond correspondence Petersburg
lnrfe&4ppealr; $bVVeire ot 24, in the
-hv trial will bo eommonood Thursday,
I think it.i3 Jiighly probable that if
JjidgB ifirfeiawT44ep.ndt siTQcefscK in,
gettmg a jury from the venire (of 24);
just commenced that he will direct the
officers of the court to make an effort
to get a jury in some other section of
the State. The interest in the case is;
'tthabatect. ' t!i"- : -' ,v" : '!
Grave Robbing in Atlanta.
wiJitoTofhe fitZj K I 1
Not many weeks ago the Constitution
'called attention to -a terrible aseQf in
liumanity in the heart of the., city.., Aj
'woman's body tfas fouM pfeserved ml
some sort of liquid for the experiment
of amateur carvers of the human flesh.
The case was presented just ae it was.
AnothOT idstaice' ibks fust tianspired,
which, while it is not so horrible m its
i details, rieyierthesf thheye js
rife in the community a spirit of van
dalism iwhicbj-!hfrila 'bHcrushed.i iA
negro,woman, jWho jhad ,feuried aChild
in Oakland Cemetery, wanted to have
tM body rh(ved,:and4Sbfweek etoploy-j
ed some.men to attend to the, ,disiiiter-J
inent for her? ShS Was preSeht'and Wft-!
nessed the woritiH.) Deeper anatHeeper
the grave was dug andp coflSn was
reached, and. the .mothertdiscovered to
her horror that the grave was empty!
Some gfave, .robberr ,had stolen heri
earth noon the errave robbed of its ten-4
ant. JXlpQ, rnhe wasgof , course strj,ck-j
en wiui griei aim gave vent wj wuu ex
WUl it do no harm?""Thi3 is the question of
ten asked, and the answer is. "it cannot,' for Dr.
Bull's Rnhv Svnm 1s an Innnmnt mmmlr. narm.nt4
-d to contain aeitherOpium, Morphia, or any thingj
.t,.-i3i i'.ni ceughllg IkCkQrefe.'' tiz-uh msU
No mace In the world eauals. London for the
constant barking kept up In the churches. It is
like a perpetual fusllade of small arms. Why
iiimt thnr takA Hall's Balsam and cnt rid nf thlr
coughs ? -It Is the most wonderful remedy, and the'
Eropnetors tfwarraat : -., tt 4 j in . every.; ; tntaaae.i
TOrJLSWf. X Tins 1
ttift;waa(a.ijaiipr pvjaraae, ana,
taQve4 rsmountt, N. C,; to
Chester jit 181 and established himself
'.'.'Tbe casfof -pj,layw:OoAli
Mondavto De.aetior;aeeixain aaVf, .,A
.. t:i. -i;-- t :,
a t ti T :nT fi .fit j
; 1 ; Representing all the novel styles in the New York Market. . '
. . ! ""i ....... ., . ; . ,. '
CLOTHING IN EVERY CONCEIVABLE STYLE AND PRICE.
-; - ; A gehoral inspection is cordially solicited.
. '"' ' . Respectfully
April , 1679, E; D. L ATTA & BRO.
" u ' DEPARTMENT.
In nils .department we can exhibit
tne : most desirable1 fabrics and eolor-i
lngs adapted to this market, such aa
Black and Colored Summer Silka. Egyp
tU4 Cloth, "SatlneBoyal Brocades,"
Tervano Satlne, Suitings, Melange SHk,'
Bentley's Cloth, Erora Custom Cloth,
sut' urocadea-urenaames. ana jap.,
Sllks,"Black Cashmeres of the very
best makes, Black all wool l)elame,
Tumlse, Tamertrne, Australian Crepes,
and other mourning goods. .. Knicker
bocker suitings at IOC. per yard; Black
and Colored Bunting, and many other
desirable dress goods.
Our etoeh .of these must be seen to
be appreciated- . .
. TANS AND
In iMs Mne Wa can boast the greatest
variety ot Novelties;
. I.- . ; .'-1
1,000 dozen. Plains Bordered, Hem
stitched. White and Colored, from
5c to 75c each.
ii 1 ij.
'J i:- ; f ! ' .1; j 1 -
' 'Handsome ' 'all ' wool Silk Basket
Broehe Cloth, for ladles' and children's
Sacks and Dahnons; these we offer at
half the cost of production. Handsom
est goods ever produced.' ' Casslmeres,
Middlesex Flannels, &c
P"Vrrrts; M an'eridlessirarfe-'of riew
designs, at all prices. Rugs, Mattings,
Crumb Cloths, Ac.
VJ- il .' , .'i ! ! I:
u i GENTS'.
OUR STOCK OF -
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-Notice IS berebr ven'that an ' election will bd
held on the first Monday tn .Kay, (being : the. 5th
day oi tne mouth),, is ii, at tne osuai poinng
. , r Ward No. 1 Beglsfiar, John L Elms. . . j
Inspectors Dr. ffijQai 8. it HowelU .'JL K
mii WardNo. 2 BegMrar,.HvB. WUllams. ;
' inspectors i;Joh -L.Mbrehead,' Dr.l''Wnilam
woan, aa jjavioson. j y ii ii . m n j j ; : ;
WartfNu. S HlBiyJftr. B. P. Boyd.
InsrrB?'y,l6aj'ri),irWiL M. A
f'I -hv 810 Stsoar, a. y. wanng.
if Inspectors X; Bryce,; Bafui Barringet. B: Si
V OitJ. i tti, b. B- SMITH. Mayor.
WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OI
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OFFICE OF WITTKOWSKY & BARUCH,
: CHARLOTTE; N. Ol APRIL 3, 1879.
, Having long felt that Charlotte c?m 'atflTDught to be not only the whole
sale, but also thelretail market for the greater portion of the Carolfnas,'
and believing that the public generally, and the ladles especially, will
fully" appreciate an establishment where they may at all times find such
en 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
8tbcM so cbmplete as to Inclride all the laiest ' novelties in eVery line of
goods, to the Inspection of which we beg to Invite, your early attention. ,Te
those who cannot find it convenient to come ta . 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. ' '
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this season to the trade, as well as to consumers,
gant assortment ot Fine HiacK, Blue ana urown uiotn ana iAagonai suiis,
Drab De Tae, Middlesex Flannels, Harrison Casslmeres, White Vests, Al
paceas Coats, Linen Suits, Dusters, In as nice goods and at as low prices
as can be found anywhere. - - ,
' ' GENTLEMEN'S1 '
Has received Special attention, and deserves your notice.
MILLINERY ! MILLINERY !
This Department we have given our most careful attention, and believe
with the latest Parisian novelties, including all
shapes in nais, (.togeuier wicn tne nnesr Trimmings, Aranciais, j eainers.
Ornaments, Black English Crepes, Plan! and Taney 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.
Ladies' Silk, Kmbiokicrcdf .ChcaeUe, and Lawn Scarfs at half
Call and examine for yourselves. ..
Very Respectfully, ,
WITTKOWSKY & BARUen.
MEN, YOUTHS, BOYS
Men's Business Suits of Fin Scotch and English Cheviots, made up In
our own house In Baltimore, where there are none but artistic Tailors em
ployed. ! - ' ' ' '" ' ' ' '
: FINE BRESS StJITS (
Of French and English Diagonals, Granites, and Cloth Coats and Vestsi
Paras to mateh. 1
the best bV kddlesex Goods, warranted Wlndlgb;
made.b fine Tailors, pa we have, sprevlpus
that, If r anv of our; customers . hare ever.tjried mem
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T BU Y ELSEWHERE
fi nft-f-tir -i A Kr T -i --inf-ii-i-JiiLi-i-1i-i-1i -t-i'-l- frfrV1-!
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Under cost bv thft barrel, bv :
,,ATTOUBP(..OFFICIL ,( ,, f)!;fi
f R.UJSES ! KUSES l i d
Sent! and got sy alilajae nf choice Green
House and Bedding Plants
- we caasenapiaaiasareuEn we wan auy pan
ofthecountn. , . ... .
oJ i-.jf. f.,.vru I J C7 B. FATBCBILD,
r, Smoke oalland get a Sudor, ar-ij n ' -tw
' : LeBOY DAVIDSON.'S.
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In this department we have every
conceivable fabrMi Bishop and Victor
rla Lawn,, Mull, Muslins, Jones soft
and finished Cambrics, Nainsooks,
both isheer and heavy. Piques la a very
great variety of styles . and prices. We
desire to call very especial attention to
the new fabric la white goods, - '.VLenon
de Syre," a goods similar to Victoria
Lawn, but superior la texture and wear.
Our White and Printed Linen Lawns
challenge their equal in this market
: In endless styles and quantities. See
our handsome- Silk Mitts. (
' . We have ahimmenie variety at alow
cost,' and dfter them exceedingly cheap.
Every lady should have one, even in
midsummer, for evening service, i
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CXI JI T A' I N
25 Pes. of the most novel and beau
tiful designs, 121&C, 15c, 18c, 20c.,
25c. and 50c. per yard.
1 0-4 Bleached and Brown Sheetings:
N. T. Mills, Utica, Lowell, Wamsutta,
Ac 500 pieces 44 Bleached Muslins
all the most popular make.
LI N E N
- Llnens'-4-4 ' add1 White Dress are
exceedingly) low, and' we shall offer
them to the trade, at a very small ad
vance. : ' J ' ' "
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The finest ever xbibited Jn the city of
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. iil J if! 1 .." i' . .ii Mil ; i : :u
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'' For Kefa's and Boys wear.
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; LATEST K0VELTI1S
la Stripes and Plaids, saltable for La
' dies Ms well: as Gents. '
As low in price as 25 aents per dozen.
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in fact the
!; COMPLEIX.AS60BTM1NT. '
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Is a Chance for a Fair Trial. jflP
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TATS OT IfOBTHXJABOLWAi I MProba
OidU..). j Yadkto. County.. fcuti i jCowt.,1
iwyU im yt;-fitl, S'iiias j;.fil
The fielrs at Law of Benjamin Sparta, debased
'iltaDrjearlnirlb ttie saasftictlim of 'tlie?rftnrt
Lfdia DlmnriV wtte Of. Paton : Dtntma. uarmaa
Feltswife of John Felts, John Sparks, an Klixa
beth Beddlk, wife of John Beddik, are heirs at law
in this case and non-resiaenw oi mopuwy -j- ;
fltto' therefore on motion ordered- byttie Coot
that advertisement be made for six weeks 4nT
Cbaklottb Obsbbtbb, notifying said .defendants
to appear at the Clerk's office to YadldnvUlewlth
twenty day after service of thl notice, ttf lei
faeia take notiee that if they faU to appearthat the
wtV kioM kr intf ff ornfis' fti Yadf
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..J Sjvifil i.li .TT Probata Jodc
tA SPLENDip LINE OFn fh ng'r-; vl-M- -n
SLparksi eedtors oi
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