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CHARLOTTE, N. G.; SATURD A APRIL 19, 1879.
Ladies buying Parasols and Sun Umbrellas will
And the best assortment at the lowest prices at
ELIAS & COHEN'S.
They will also find other goods to suit them upon
which they can save money.
Our stock of Fancy
IS now complete, among which may be found a
full supply of House Furnishing Goods, Sheeting
and Pillow Casings in Linen and Cotton, Linen
Table Damask la White, Hate, Bed fnd Yellow;
Napkins, Doylas and Towels, In every jrarlety; Car
pets, Bugs, Mattings and Oil Cloths, j, ,-,
Our stock of Embroidery and Trimmings ia large,
and will be found very cheap. So will our stock of
HOSIERY. GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS. COR
SETS, FANS AND TIES.
Ask to see our Ten Cento Linen Sapbrlc Hand
kerchief and $2 Sun Umbrellas. You will tod
them cheap, and everything els4 In proportion.
Call and see us.
It will pay you.
tELIAS sft COHXN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
A Full Line of
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
jy COFFINS of all kinds oh band. .
tar coffins of an Br ohimnd. .
No. 5 Wkst Traps Strxkt.
CHARLOTTE, N. C
SSf Ladies' and Gehflemeh'i Burial Robes-a
fine supply , t
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l KLOR, CHAMBER, DINING BOO t , ,
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' "ter All Goods Packed Free ECbarge
EmGtiata, MBtMu& Set
We hMVA 1nat iMahut tlilnl otyvlr nf all vuwil
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 nave ever onere'i ior tne price. .Don't
fall to look at our stock of Black, Gros Grain and
Damasse Silks. Summer Silks In all colors. T am
is, Henrietta and Empress Cloths, French Organ
dies. Our stock of: white Goods is complete In
every branch Dotted and Plaid Swiss for over
dresses. Linen' Cambrics,' Mull MusHov Marsa
Uas, Lineal and Victoria Lawns, la plaldand fancy.
a large variety 01 uamourg jsagings ana insert
In gs ia white; and oolored. Marseilles Quilts. A
second stock of Ladles'
and Millinery Goods. Be sure and examine our
stock of carpets; Cane Matting, Oil Carpets, and
Rags, v A large and well selected stock of Parasols.
A good line of faney Charlottesville Cass! meres for
young men's suits. A handsome stock of
Call and see our Btock of Ladles' Shoes 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 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 A CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
RULE THE DAY.
Dally throng the
-CHEAP STORE OF-
H, MORRIS & BRO'S.
Men'frBeet Flannel Suits, only 812,00
Beautiful light Casslmere Pants, $2.50, 3.50, 4.50
White Fancy Pique, 10 and 12 cts. per yard,
Beautiful Lawns, 10 and 12ft " "
Dress Linen, all shades, 18, 20 and 25c per yard.
Hamburg Edging, all widths, 3 to 25c. per yard.
Two-button Kid Gloves, all shades, 50c., 75c and
" $1.00 per pair.
fteaotffol Dress Bunting, worth 25c., for 15 cents
per y ard.
Tj(rd Wide good Bleaching, only 8c per yard.
Best Calicos, all grades, only 6 cents per yard.
It will pay anybody to Inspect our Goods and
prices, as we claim to be the leading low price
house In Charlotte.
Just received, a beautiful line of
Ranging in price from 12Vs Cents to $3.
Also, a full line of
And Ladies' Underwear, at immense bargains.
HI MORRIS k. BROS.
W. KAUFMAN A CO.
w ham ma, ia ttiA artnAriment of Durchaslna a
stock so complete as to include the latest novelties
In Men's, Youth's. Boy's and Children's t . t
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We Invite public Inspection, and we are at all
times ready to stve quotation or pneea. wwi
garmentwlch Is sold at our house is warranted to
be as represented, and to price less than can be
bought elsewhere.. We continue .osell
BLUE FLANNEL SUITS
Cheaper than any other house, as we did the past
season, and they have gained the reputation of be
ing the best to the markers ' .
We present xaur season to w
n Jloals, Sheea and Slippers,
Including the best makes to the country. There
XUfoudto our stock a complete line of
one Felt Stiff and Straw Hats, and any kind of
flmeXFOTlshlng floods. Don't purchase
Defore you examine our stock, as the cheapest
, BARGAINS,, i ,
Can be had at
W. KAUFMAN A CO.'S, 0 3
Crner Trade andSU..
THE OLD 8T0BT.
Told In Three SoBnets.
BT JAJOa BABBOM HOPE.
fThe following beautiful and touching poem,
lough written and published some time ago, is re
ublishedm Thursday's issue of the Norfolk
cmdmark CaDt. Hope's Darjer-r-for the purpose
of correcting errors which have crept into f
The theatre Is an ablaze to-night
With radiant beautr. flushed, and rich, and warm.
The music breathes in passion of delight,
now aies in areams, now waxes in suoaen storm;
And. as it floats within the SDlendld hall.
It seems to wake the frescoes on the wall,
Delicious perfumes float upon the air;
Sure buds have burst beneath this music rain!
South winds have kissed these maidens' lips and
And stolen odors to disiterse aealn!
Low, rippling laughter breaks around the ring; -.
Ladies are Dusy; dandles bow or stare;
A thousand fans like gay birds on the wing.
juane a low rustle on the seented air.
The curtain rises at the shrilly call,
isyes outshine jewels: viols cease and arums.
I lean me forward In my scarlet stall.
or now the talked ol comic actor comes.
The rustle ceases, all are hushed, all turn
In smiling expectation, then grow stern,
And bard and critical. iiO! ne aotn miss
And stumble In his part! A freezing pause
No ready laugh no thunder of applause
snnu in tne pit mere sounas a critics niss;
'Tls the storm-signal, all the house is wild
with siDiiant rebuke, .low dows ms neaa.
Choking, he speaks: "Pardon, oh friends my
"My little child this very night lies dead."
Upon the walls there are great spots of mould;
xne yellow piaster rrom tne raiters Dreans;
The chimney grim, and cavernous, and old,
snows a poor nre. wmcn rurally awaKes
In a pale flame that lights an humble bier,
btanaing, sneet-covereo, in tne oreary room,
And a poor woman sits with Grief and Care,
Her only fellows In the chilly gloom.
Beneath that sheet a childish figure lies,
Sun on the hair, but darkness in the eyes.
Here, hushed and awful, rests the shrouded dead
Yonder the theatre Its gala keeps,
Where the poor actor tried to laugh for bread,
or one who watches while the otner Sleeps.
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The "Pinafore" hat Is out
In Slam the penalty for lying is to have the mouth
"Who will be Queen of the May?" asks an ex
change. We nominate the Widow Oliver. Chicago
A women's chiropodist at Brighton, England, has
placed this legend above his door: "Hell hath no
fury like a woman's corn."
Gentleman, by reauest of lady Conductor, put
this lady off at the next comer. Polite new con
ductor 'Acuse me, sir; seems as now sne s a ue
havln' of herself; don't seem no occasion for pro-
ceedin' to 'xtremes.
It was to Jerome Bonaparte that the society of
Baltimore and Washington were Indebted for the
introduction of the waltz, which dance so horrified
the parents of the girls who learned it that at first
tney couki oniy aance it secreuy.
The time is near at hand when a glass of water,
flavored with .000001 cents worth of lemon ex
tract, and impregnated with .0000000 cents worth
of carbonic acid gas is to fetch 10 cents at the drug
gist's counter. Jeney City Journal.
A Connecticut convict being given the customary
check for five dollars on his discharge from the
State prison, found it necessary, of course, to be
identified to receive Its payment, and thinking the
man he had robbed knew him best, called upon
him and accomplished his purpose.
There is still a great deal of poverty in our
midst We hear of a man who Is so poor that a
month ago he sold his dog. and on Tuesday last
his vote. He got 75 cents for his dog and $2.50
for bis vote. A vote is worth more, it appears,
than the average dog, but It can't howl as dismally
at night Norristovm Herald.
The other day a young swell fell asleep-while-
spending an evening with some menas, ana tney,
for a 1ok. flh&vAd atf one side of his mustache.
and laughed at him about it when he awoke. He
has been in the most distressing consternation
ever since, because he cannot discover which side
it was. New xorK Mail.
BRIEF NEWS ITEMS.
Henry Ward Beecher is to lecture in
Edison claims to have at last suc
ceeded with the electric light.
A Missouri judge has decided that an
insolvent father cannot insure his life
for the benefit of his children.
Within three days there have arrived
at Castle Garden, jf. Y., 2,194 imigrants,
the largest number for the same period
in many years.
The Washington correspondent of
the Richmond Dispatch says the feel
ing in Washington, even among Repub
licans, is thatSpofford will get Kellogg's,
Senators Ransom, Burnside and
Windom, and Representatives Haskell,
Monroe and Heuman, called on the
Mr. Thompson, general superintend
ent of the railway postal service, after
retiring one hundred and fifty employes
in his department, since December, still
finds it necesgary to reduce the pay of
his clerical force in order to keep
within the limit of the appropriation
for the present year. The salaries of
nearly all route agents will, therefore,
be reduced to $900.
The Massachusetts Legislature has
passed an act permitting women to
vote for members of school committees
in the towns and cities of that State,
but to beceme a voter it will be neces
sary for the women to go through such
regular forms of registration as may be
required for men, and to pay the poll
tax, which in Massachusetts is $2 per
the emigration fever among the
colored people has taken a fresh start,
some four hundred persons .having
arrived at St. iouis since last Sunday.
Altogether six thousand emigrants have
arrived there so far, and the local relief
committee make an urgent appeal for
aid for the suffering and needy. It has
only received up to the present time
$2,000 in subscriptions,
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Senator Bayard's Position,
Senator Bavard is represented by a
Washington correspondent as saying :
I do not understand how the report
could have started that I am not in ac
cord with myparty in Its efforts to re
peal the bayonet law by means of
amendments attached to the army bill.
I have never had but one opinion on
this subject. This is not a question of
attaching extraneous matter to an ap
propriation bill, for this is not extrane
ous matter. The legislation to prohibit
the use of troops at the pons belongs
properly on the army appropriation bill,
The bill appropriates money to support
the army. The cost or tne army ue
pends upon its use, and it is eminently
proper to say in the bill how the army
shall be used. As for the political ques
tionthe use of the army at the polls
my opposition to that is too well known
to need reiteration. If I am able I shall
speak in support jf the bill,"
The Americans lead the world In every thing and
especially in fast eating; this has made Dyspepsia
our national disease, though now under perfect
control by the use of Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills.
Sold everywhere. Price 25 cents. ;
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; Woman's Bights.
Yes, woman has as good right tohealtb and hap
piness as the other sex. Then, why suffer so long
when the remedy is within your reach. Try Brad
field's Female Regulator. Woman's Best Friend,
and you will have your health and strength fully
restored. Call on your druggist for a circular, and
see some of the wonderful cures it has made. ,
tar- cHxir Jackson best sweet wA.fi
THE SEQUELT0 A BALTIMORE DUEL.
i Father Killed
aile Seeking Reyenge for the
of His Daughter.
- Baltimore Sun, 17th,
Shortly after. 12 o'clock of noon yes
terday, Isaac D. James, . engineer. 59
years ot age, jxa 300 lexxngton street,
was shot and almost instantlv killed at
the corner of Carrollton avenue (Repub
lican street) ana it ayette street, during
a pistol encounter with Denwood K
Hinds.. , . ., i.
It will be remembered that on the 24th
of December- last Wm, K. M. James, son
of Mr. J ames, went to the business
house , ot Robert Moore. & Co- cloth
dealers, No. 251 West Baltimore street,
where Denwood B. Hinds, was then
employed, and opened fire on him, with
a revolver. Hinds returned the fire, and
after a number , of shots had been ex
changed the two men were separated.
None of the -wounds which they re
ceived, were serious. : A warrant was
taken out for the arrest of Hinds, but
he left the city before the day appointed
for a hearing in the case. It was un
derstood at the time that, Miss Lizzie
James, sister of young James, was the
motive of the shooting, . her friends
claiming that young Minda had been
her betrayer. On the llth of last month
Miss James, whose nervous system was
completely prostrated, was seized with
Suerperal convulsions within a few
ours after becoming a mother, and
All this sorrow and disgrace preyed
upon the mind of the father, and it was
-feared by those who knew him, and to
whom he confided his grief, that if he
should ever meet young Hinds he would
kill him. About three weeks ago Hinds,
who nad been traveling out West, re
turned to Baltimore. At noon yester
day he left his father's house in com
pany with a younger brother, Harry, 17
years of age, who is a student at the
Newton Academy, on West Baltimore
street. They were going to the acad
emy to find out the course of lessons
for next day, as Harry had been detained
at home the previous day by sickness.
Almost opposite their house, and at the
corner of Fayette street, on Carrollton
avenue, they stopped and spoke to three
young men in regard to making up a
fishing excursion Just as they had left
them and were about to go down the
avenue to Baltimore street Mr. James
appeared. He was on his way to work
at Locust Point, and carried a little din
ner basket on his arm. .
Seeing the two young men, he called
out to Denwood; "I've got you at last,"
and drew a Colt's revolver, a five
shooter. The elder Hinds backed and
fell into an area, instinctively throwing
up his left arm to his face for protec
tion. Mr. James fired, the ball striking
Hinds in the left forearm, and glancing
off to: his face, inflicted a flesh wound
under the nether lip. Hinds lay still,
and James, turning back, walked around
the corner to Fayette street, The next
thing seen he was peering around the
corner, and as Hinds was then in the act
of rising he again drew his revolver.
From the position in which he stood he
wa4 .compelled either to expose his body
entirely or shoot with his left hand.
Hinds drew his pistol and began firing,
the old man still advancing on him.
The younger Hinds then seized Mr.
James from behind and pulled him
down, and the brother, rushing forward,
struck him, it is said, with his revolver.
During the struggle Mr. James' pistol
went off and the ball struck Harry
Hinds in the fleshy part of the right
By this time the sound of the firing,
an unusual thing in such a quiet locali
ty, drew together a large crowd of peo
ple. Denwood Hinds was seized by
several men. Mr. Peter Gill, stone
mason, No. 810 West Baltimore street,
and officer Seeley, who had come to the
scene, picked up Mr. James and led him
to the office of Dr. W. W. W. Murray,
No. 3 North Carey street The doctor
was not in, arid the officer went in
search of another surgeon and returned
with Dr. McKnew, but only in time to
find Mr. James breathing his last. There
was a deep wound in nis breast three
on his .forehead, and one In the back of
his head, leading to the belief that one
of the balls had gone through the brain.
The news of the tragedy soon spread,
and the streets before long were filled
with an excited crowd. Capt Lepson
was notified, and. after telephoning to
Marshal Gray, started for the spot and
arrested Denwood B. Hinds in be es
tablishment of Mr, Hughes, Undertaker,
where his wounds were being dressed
by Dr. J. D..Norris.. Hinds, was taken
to the western police station and placed
in a room up stairs. He was remarka
bly cool and self-possessed, and said but
little, claiming" that what Tie had done
was purely in self-defense. A wagon
was procured, the body of Mr. James
placed in it and taken to the police
station, where it was laid in the rear on
an improvised table of boards and tres
tles, and covered with a white cloth.
The body was dressed in dark working
clothing and a blue woolen shirt The
face looked worn and haggard. The
mustache inclined to gray, and the full,
ruddy beard, like that of a frontiers
man, covered the rieck and upper part
of the breast.
Harry Hinds was not arrested, as the
physician said that there was a proba
ble danger of lockjaw. Sergeant Baker
and Officer Driscoll were detailed to
watch him at his parents' house. The
father of the two young men is Mr.
Wm. S. Hinds, merchant tailor, No. 31
West Fayette street
- - Mr. James resided with his wife, son
and adopted daughter. When the news
of his death reached them the scene was
a verv distressing one. Miss Mary
James, the adopted daughter, received.
uch a nervous shock that Dr. vv.ii
Crim. the family physician, had to be
called in, and last night he expressed
his doubts as to whether she would re
cover. Mr. James was a native of Car
roll county, but came to this city when
a boy. He and Mr. W. Ks Mitchell car
ried on the tailoring business on West
Pratt street near Howard street He
was married on the 22d of February,
1849, and left next day for California.
He started from St Joseph, Mo with a
party of men equally as adventurous to
walk across the plains, and reached the
erold fields safelv. After makinsr money
he returned to Baltimore, and then went
back to the Pacific coast. He accom
panied Gen. Walker, in his famous ex
pedition to Nicaragua, was afterwards,
until the beginning of the late war, an
engineer on the Baltimore ana unio
raflroad, and , during- the war held the
same position on ; the Richmond and
Danville railroad. He was for some
time engineer at Thomas' oyster-pack
ing house, corner or : Arcn ana .Lexing
ton streets, and at the time of his death
was "shifting", engineer at the Locust
Point elevators. His life: was one of
adventure, and he was much respected.
. Style, elegance; location, moderate- prices, and
eholee of either the American plan $2.50 to $3.00
jOr the European plan $1.00 per day, and upwards,
meals in the elegant restaurant attached to the
house, all unite in trlvlna the traveler more; for the
same money at the Grand Central Hotels New
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WE ARE DAILY
S P It 1 1 G T E X -T I i RjEl S v
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CLOTHING IN EVERY CONCEIVABLE
April C, 1879.
OTJB STOCK OF
AS WELL A3
SIZES AND STYLES.
SIZES AND STYLES.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU IN EVERY REGrAMX
. ' L. BERW ANGER & BRO? Fine Iqothiew
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 polUng
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. E.
Ward No. 2 Beglsttar, H, B. Williams. , .
Inspectors John L.
Sloan, A. B. Davidson. .
Morehead, Dr, William
' ; r; Ward No, 3-egistrar, B. PBoyd. .ft
Inspectors B, M. Oates, J. H. Carson, M, ii
Staufter. 'r' 1" -:' -
1. . "Ward No. 4-Reglstrar, R, P. Waring. .
Inspectors J. Y. Bryce, Bufus Bajilnger, R. B,
Alexander. " j " , j
i -, o m, E. ALEXANDER, Sheriff
B. B, SMITH, Mayor. . ,
March 28, 1879.-tde.
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T W; .f"--rr .ii Pit A-Jri
RECEIVING AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT GF ... :
Representing all the novel trtvles in the New York
A general inspection is cotfdi-ally solioited. , i
FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION.
MEN, YOUTHS, BOYS
Business Suits of Fine Scotch and English Cheviots,
house in Baltimore, where there are none but artistic
FINE DRESS SUITS
and English Diagonals, Granites, and Cloth , Coats,
Pants to match. -
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We have the best of Middlesex Goods, warranted ful Indigo; in fact the
same goods, made by fine Tailors, as we have sold In previous seasons.
We are sure that if any of our customers have ever tried them they U1
NOT BUY ELSEWHERE.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
To win a fortune. Fifth. Grand, (Distribution,
Class E, at New Orleans, Tuesday, May
13th, 1879-1 08th Monthly Drawing
LOUISIANA STATE TX)TTEBY COMPANY. .:
This Institution was regularly lnoorporated br
the Legislature of the State for Educatlmial and
Charitable purposes Trr 1868,' fob thi TbsM tat
TWSKTT-STV8 TXA1H, t Which 00BUet th UlViOla-
Welalth of the State Is pledgedwitb . capital of
81,000.000, to which it has since added a Reserve
Fund Of i60,000. Ks. GRAND 8INGLE NUM
BER DISTRIBUTION win take place monthly oh
the second Tuesday.! , It never scales or postpones.
Lwk sUie tollowUig; aisttnon: ,,. ; ,
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000.
100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars each. .Hall Tick
ets, One Dollar. ,.
LIST OF PRIZES t r
1 Capital Prize,. ,. . $80,000
1 Capital Prize, - 10,000
1 Capital Prize,. 5,000
2 Prizes of $2,500?.-. 6,000
5 Prizes of -1000 5,000
20 Prizes of 500.... 10,000
100 Prizes of 100 ... 10,000
200 Prlzesof 50 10,000
500 Prizes of 20.............J. 10,000
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APPBOXTMATION PRIZES ! : j
9 Approxhnation Priaes of $800..... $2,700
9 ApproxtoadonPrtof A200..f .,,.1,H00
9 Aprithnatlon. Prizes of ,iPQ,.yP , 900
1857 Prizes, amuntlnffto.L , ; If....'.'. $110v409
Responsible' correspoodlng tigerrts wkrrted at aQ
pramlaent points, to whom a llbend mpensarloA
willbepaid.) !,, :tf MrM'j. --
Application ior sates to clubs should only be mads
to the Home Office In NeweanlT
. Write, clearly stating, fun address, tor fuHlrifor
matioaorseadordeisto ; u.- i, ,i.:'-r nr
- M. A. DAUPHIN, .. I
PostofOoe Box 692, New Orleans; Louisiana f t
All our Granl Extraordinary Drawings are under
the supervision and management of GENERALS
Q. T. BEAUREGARD and JUBAL A, EARLY.
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. The undersigned Is how prepared to fill all orders
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tot every class of Undertaking. ' Having en hand a
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full assortment of -: ; : . )
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COFFINS, CASKETS AND BURIAL CASES,
. Both Wood ajndMetallc.. ' '
PKICK8 AS LOW AS ANT.
Hearses furnished If desired.
Furniture of every Description,' Repaired at sher
!i"'i' 1 'notice.'-;-
- -W. M. WILHELM
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Ia Strjpes apd , Plajda, ejdtable tor La
i dips s well MGtat&i .
t i i- l M M
- i,l I i -"fl.ii; .j .
As low In priceas cerrt' per dozen.
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COMPLETE ASSCBTMENT. ,
ALL WE ASK
OF Ttll PUBLIC
BT" is a Chance tor a Talr Trial:
CITY .BOOK STOKE,
, ' . ' A well selecled Stock of " i
Including Note; Letter, 8rwlerr,!Leal and Fools
cap, which they propose tn seU cheap lor cash. . ;
Also French Papes oX e? ; description, )wjtb En
velopes to match. ' - ' 1 "
Also Papr in loxes; to ult the most fastidious.
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1 ' ' ' SOCIAL ETffojEtTE OF StV TORE.'
Ml ! i'H ' .,' i,. i: f ., .' i i i ! . . . !
IA standard treatise uppn the laws ot good society
Congress Tie Envelopes; a new lot, lust received,
Edward Todd ACo.'b Celebrated
i pen by some considered superior to a-Gold Pen
1 TfDDT & BBOt are also? agente 1 for Emerson
Celebrated Rubber ,;i :i-i, . .
.; ..;..-... .;.isii;ji i; i ,-. -.. .; -sn :,
and any orders given them will receive prompt at
tendon, , , , , : ,-, . , , ,
! m ; ., t J x ; - ii; :
E. BUTTEBICK M CO.'S METROPOLITAN
For May, 1879, lustrtoelve((l,atl!
" iTTDDT ft BROS.
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. i CASH PAID FOR BAGS.
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-fi-U iilij siii ?f.l!U!iJr' i'ii Ji ..
Joseph Sparks and Benjamin Sparks.
vfiiitj riit tr.i'HJofimfii! " .; '-;!"U ; ;.
!rhe:eirs at Law of Benjamin Spark deced.
' tt appearlng to the'satisfactlori Ol 'theCbthA
Lydtai DtmnS,' wife of iPator Dimmtt,i Ajmnah,
FeltsTwlf e of John Felta, John Sparks, and EU?a
beKddtk, wife of John RMtk. arehetr. at la
to this ease and noMesident of toe State, . , ,
' It is therefore-on motion ordered by the Courr
fbat advertiaemeBt be made lor six weeks in TWM
Chabjuotes Obsxrvxr, notifying said defendants,
in twenty daya after terrtoe thto poOd.lffc
them take notice that if they fall to appearthat the
wm be taken pro awvew, ana kjwtc m r
Given'underW' hand and seai'of ieffk In tad-
, A GREEN HOUSE AND,
S B IB1 De !JSBK0 R! E
UV? AT; XOUBPOST OfMKXai
,,,EQSE !:R08Ea'! :
'Send and: getf m ataIogu5of choice. Green.
House aDd Bedding Plants.' , jo frrns-
Weean send pte thyough jna to any part ;
; , . rrJBedsinanandFlorl9t, - r.
4 March 26 2m. ' - Ralelgh,N.CT
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