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StrBSCKlMlOt iATES : l ,
flrtflw, one ynr. (pod-paid) in attornm.. . . & .gs (M
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Hat been tkotwgjdo$&. vith every neeoed
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Ladles buying Parasols and Sun Umbrellas will
bud the best assortment at the lowest prices at
They will also find other goods to salt them apoa
which the; 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 tn Linen and Cotton, lAaeti
Tilble Damask In White, 8late, Bed and- Yellow
Napkins, Deylas and ToweU In every variety; Car
pets, Bugs, Mattings and OH eiotha. , 4 .-,. ft
Our stock of Embroidery art TrUbmlagsU large,
and will be found very cheap. So will our stock ofJ
HOSIERY, GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, COR-
8BT8. FANS AND TIES.
V T J-ii'i : ' .. Kiillfi.;it
Ask to see our Tew Cento Linen Caifibrtc. Haid-J-
kerchief and 83 Sun Umbrellas. Too will' find,
them cheap ani everything ifee ll rJportlon. '
Call and see us. It will pay you. j
' . ( i i'XLLiSa COHEN.
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URGES WHJAVL3. .
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .
ALL KIHD8 Off :
FURNITURE l j
BEDDING, C BEADING AC.
BF.DDIMG. AO. jl BEDDING C
CHEAP "BEDSTEADS 1
CHE A PB-KD8TEAD& j
LOUNGES ! "V
LOUNGES K -
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PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER 8UITS I
tar COFFINS of an kinds on hand. .
COFFINS of all kinds OQ
No. 6 Wurr Tkadx Sntwr.
tW Ladles' and Gentlemen's Burial ttobea a
Jan3', . V . - 7.
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Mr Slock is Tery Lar, embrae lTul Up of
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PARLOR, CHAJlBEIt; DINING jBOO.
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All Goods packed Fre orJCbargefl ' .
kj NJEW GOODS.
a . w f- vwnvw w vuuu WW Ul KU WWW
to tycfrapeclaf aMerition Wehf eta of Rhus? b
and Light Colored 8prlng Cashmeres, the hand-. V
toU to loci or toeof Black Gros Grain and
Damwse Bilks, Summer Silks In all colors. Tam
toe, Henrietta and KBspresa Cloths, French Onran-
u-wm fjurou ununca, JKUil ausiuis. JUTSa-
lua, iMen md lesAa Lawaa. tn ataldsaai ifsne
iwi'in'wniEa'.aM nniMt m ... - - -
second stock of Ladles'
:ioit . u Asir);ii '
and Millinery Goods. Be sure and examine! our
stock of carpets; Cane Hatting, OU Carpets, and
Bogs. A Urge and wU selectedjstoek of Parasols.
A good line of fancy Chartotimrlfle C&ssiUeres for
young men's suits. A handsome stock, of
our stock of Ladles' ghoea la Calf,
d Newport Ties. CalWrea'S; Shoes
a large 'line or Gents' and Chll
FurHata. dreo's Straw and Fur Hats.
Our stack is comnleto In errr line, and w in.
Tlte a careful Inspection, as we are willing to com
pare ood awt pdeea) wtttv-anj one. Special at
rentlon glfn to brueri 1 Gits' us a call.
-' ( Respectfully,
. . . -T. L. 8FJGLE4CO.,
Opp. CBarlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
BULE THE DAT.
Dully throng the
-CHEAP STORE OF-
H. MORRIS & BRO'S.
Men's Best Flannel Suits, only $12,00
Beautiful tight Casstmere Pants, $2.50, 8.50, 4.50
White Fancy Plane, 8t, 10 and 2Mi cts. per yard.
Beautiful Lawns, 10 and 12ft " "
Dress Linen, all shades, 18, 20 and 25c per yard,
Hamburg Edging, all widths, 8 to 25c. per yard.
Twodtton,aTk) Gloves, an shadta, 50c., 75c and
Sl-00 per pair.
BeaaOftil Snsa Bunting, worth 25c., for 15 cents
Tattf WMa good Bteacblng,only Sc. per yard.
Best Calicos, all trades, only 6i cents per yard,
It will pay anybody to Inspect our Goods and
prices, as we claim to be the leading tow price
house uvCnartotte. .
Just Koevred, a beautiful Une of
Banxtarln price from 12 Cents to $3.
Also, a fun line of
And Ladies' Underwear, at Immense bargains.
H. MORRIS ft BROS.
Ji "I I I
wfc have made the eiljerlulenf of rtafchaslng a
stock so complete as to Include the latest novelties
to Men's, Youth's-Joi's and Children's
LOO TTTT H H H If
8 8 J S-h n
H II KIT H
KM O GO'
Wa unite public Inspection, and we are at all
Uu&Axmtt'mjVWp ,Pces. Erery
gannentwhich la oldatour house Is warrantedio
be as represented, and in price less than can be
Oteaperthaaaxiy othttr house, a we did the past
MMm andther hare gained the reputation of be-
season, and they ni
ina um nest m me.
jj .v '?' x
Betjfsj Sboes and Slipper
ladodlnf the best makes in the omntry.. There
canvlsope foandtaour stock a complex line of
Ine FelCSOfl and Straw Hate; and ny kind of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, t Don't purchase
before you examine pur stock) aa tne cheapest j
nmamt this season to ina
w: AiCFjtAir & co-'s, v
Corner Trade and Trym SU., i
- ji Charlotte, N. 0.
Tke Voice at Eeliglea.
Chndren of tneri! the unseW power' wliose
Forever doth accomnanT mankind.
Hath looked on no religion scornfully
. . ft Thai men did ever find. . i; -i
Which has not taught weak wills, how much they
Which has not fall'n on the dry heart like rain?
Which has not cried to sunk self-weary man; i
Thou must be bom again?
Children of men! not thai your age excel,
Bufthat ye ttuklrar?feeldpbear fruit well .,
y na Friend of. man deatreev . . ,: u
,-4n iS ?" a?Tn to a maniac in an Indiana asy
lum, with which to chop wood. Of course he kill
ed a fellow patient. -
A- native i)f ' Kenblrfcr ImftafM thA rfYHho- nf a
Cock SaremarkablT well that m nan Bum iuJvAml
vccuHioiis nas nsen two hours earlier by mistake.
The latest rendering of the proverb is : "People
who live In glass-houses, and who want to throw
their arms around the girl, should pull down the
- An agricultural paper advises the farmer tocotmt
hMi Bheeb ever 47?- If jfreotaeito that, pi should
advlSelBe fanner to mora Into Abetter neighbor
hood. Tunter't Failt Reporter.
Ersklne puzzled the wits of his acquaintances by
inscribing on a tea-chest the words, "Tu doces."'
It was some time before they found out the wit Of
this literal translation: "Thouteaqhest!'.ia ,
Ji black stocking, with a yellow snake coiled
aruund the leg, is the latest novelty; ' When the
(iris get to wearing these stockings thousands of
men will be anxious to see snakes. Othtaxh Air
voeoU. r , , .
Student Love of the Ohio Normal College put on
a mask, wrapped himself in a sheet, and stalked'
Into Student Stout's room at midnight Stout may
have been scared, but certainly was not paralyzedj
by fright, for he knocked the pretended ghost down
with a chair, fracturing his skull, and putting his
to the other day got one of jthelr
number to di
a speech oi Patrick Henry's,
ana when the memorable Deroratlon of "never.
never, krvxb," was reached, a hundred voices, with,
a tone, of. the utmost astonishment, exclaimed,
"Whatl never r "Well," saidT Patrick Henry;
"hardly ever." .
"Why, papa," said a Market, street girl to her
father, as he sauntered into the parlor, away long
In the nlght,when she and her Adolphusfwere con
versing upon the ethics of the dust and kindred
topics, "why, papa, what are you looking for?"
"Oh, nothing, I Just thought I'd get up to see the
sunrise." Then thai clock stiuck and the son rose
and vanished and the old man went back to bed. -.
It Is hinted that there may be "a woman in the
case" of the attempted assassination of the Czar.
According to European gossip there has been some
.unpleasantness lately at the Russian court in con
sequence of the infatuation of the Czar for a
charming lady (not his wife) of high birth, higher
accomplishments, and the. highest attractions. ;
Man is a noble creature. On a Sunday mornlnk
he will come down town and spend sixty cents at
s sareei-snonv .using nimseu iook swees UB
wlU spend as much more on a game of billiards--
also get his boots blacked buv two dears for him
self and a friend making in all about- two dollars
for his personal gratification. He will tfien buy a
box of strawberries for twennty-ove cents, end go
up homo' afarf help" ear them. The strawberries
show that he is ready to deny himself, and that he
never forgets his darling little wife. Few Orleant
THE KNIGHTS OF H050R.
The Supreme Lodge Mortality in the Order
Supreme Lodge Knights of Honor,
Office of Supreme Dictator,
Boston, April 4, 1879.
Official Circular No. 9.
1. The sixth annual session of the Su-
Ereme Lodge, Knights of Honor, win be
eld in Kmsrhts of Honor HalL No730
Washington street, Boston, Mass., coimJ
mencing Tuesday, May 13th next, at
two o'clock p. m.
2. The fiscal year of the Supreme
Lodge closes May 1st All Grand Lodg
es must forward their reoorts. with dues
I to January 1st, 1879, to the Supreme Re
porter on - or oeiore inai aate,ir rnac
duty has not already been attended to.
Representatives cannot be admitted
from any Grand Lodge that is in ar
rears to the Supreme Lodge for annual
dues or any part thereof.
3. The Supreme Reporter with one
assistant, the Supreme Treasurer with
one assistant, and the committed on
finance, will meet in Boston, on Wednes
day, May 7th, and be ready to make
their reports to the Supreme Lodge not
later than the second day of the ses
sion. : 4. The committee on Laws will also
meet in Boston, on Wednesday, May
7th, and attend to the duties assigned
them by special resolution, p. 84, pro
ceedings of 1878.
5. The following committee has been
appoinfedioisecure a redictien in rail
road fare, and representatives should
correspond with the member of the
committee in their State or vicinity :
Hon. Wm. Lovenstein, Richmond',
Va.; Jchnfvy; Chdfess, Jr., Murfrees
boro,Terrn.f R; Hugh Nesbitt, Opelika,
Ala.; W. H. Wall, Sardis, Miss.; B. F.
-Frymief, Crockett, Texas; F. I. Mc
Beth, St. Louis, Mo.; Thomas G. Ma-
Sane, Omaha, Neb.; Anson C. Alleji?
ilwaukee, TWis,j N. W. Webber; t)e-.
troit, Mich. ; C. W. Fisher, Bucyrus, Q. ;
W. E. Klmber 582 Lafayette avenue,
Brooklyn, N.Y. j
6. Past Grand . Dictators Wm, Good
hue, John Stbtt' and G. W. Perkinsv of
Massachusetts iave beeqr appojintedra
committee to deceive the hrembers of
the Supreme Lodge upon their arrival
in Boston, and Grand Dictator F. W.
Hopkins, a committee on hall and hotel
accommodations.. Arrangements have
been completed fo the! acepmmodation
of the members, at reduced rates, at the
St James Hotel, Franklin square, Bos
ton, one of the largest and finest hotels
in the city.
Given under the seal of the Supreme
Lodge, the date above written.
J. A. CUMMTNGS,
J. C. Pltjmer, Supreme Reporter.
SLVEMEkxWi: ; SghtsI U H ONOR,
Office of Supreme Dictator,
Boston, Mass., April 10th, 1879.
Official Circular No. 10.
To all Grand andSubordinate Lodges
Knights of it inorf&reeting :
It is with great satisfaction that the
supreme officers-submit the following
statement relative to the Widows' and
Orphans' .Benefit Fund. . It is, well
known that a large number of deaths
occurred in our ranks1 from yellow 1 fe
ver during the past, year, Aside, from
this cause we suffered an unusually
heavy death rate during the summer
months. .,. Up. to, July,-1878, our deaths
had nutabered oyer twenty-one in any
mOhth, ' . 'Jr 1
in Jury itne number of deaths was -'i-
rii liwiifit ttMn voltntf fa rnH, otTtA
- Novembers u - - " 8, " " 24
Total from yellow fever, 1 93 .other causes, 1 43
" Making the total deaths from all
causes in the period of five months,
three hundred and thirty-six, and re
quiring the sum of $670,000 to meet the
calls upon the Widows? 'and Orphans'
Fund, an amount greater than had
been disbursed from this fund from the
beginning of the order, five years pre
y. To meet this- extraordinary, demand
two assessments were lajd. inrlTovem
ber, two in December, three in January,
three ia February" and two in; March.
Much trouble was experienced by the
supreme officers in ; pi acing the " deaths
in oonsecutive orders by reason i of ... the
impossibility, in lodges disorganized by
yellow fever,, of making reports '."of
deaths until long after they had oc-
cnxred,rtlt, was notfor-; iwant of awst
ficient evidence ;of ;the:,deatbv but of
ficers ottbe lodges; were deadi or scat
tered, andi no one i was i authorized to
WLake.tbf; ofncial.jeport, iiqimin- -u
-i These assessments; have been, jeheer
fnJlyrmet, and! sorters on the Jtnefit
fund barer now. f been issued upon all
deaths, up : . to January 34th 1879, rnd
the assessments now in proeesa oft col
lection will pay ;all deaths to Mareh 1st
Sine October, lstt 1878viordera have
been! issued v? on the. Widows' and Or
phans' Benefit Fund for the following
.amounts: i .. ;
In October 1878;.. 76,0oo
r November,; 187&. j . . . 00,000
March. 1879, .,.
And in April ;to date. . . , . . ...
; i., .:i n-r:.': 1.. V:n-j ,,670,000
. The.first death in thft order from yel
low jfever occurred; August; iL2th, and
the order, for the benefit of the same
was drawn October i iotb, aThe.. last
death fromi this, cause took place No
arember the 20th And the order: for r the
earner j. was iSiraed - March Jlst : : orders
iupon aU.otherdeatafl by yellow fever
iweretssnea between, these datea i
; With a total loss-oaote than; double
.that of any. other like benefreiary .society,
we have paid in full ! every benefit
caused by; the epidemic and proved to
ithe- world" the ; ability ; of ; out ; organiza
tion to : successfully . meet, the i severest
triak ;This work: has been done with
hardly BQ ore thaa the usual number of
suspensions, -and , though i our; growth
-was temporarily checked byyjfche extra
ordinary demand upon, itai resources, a
rapid increase Is now taking place all
over the country, aad ;we now nuinber
at least fifty thousand; members J
; These events T hate, prctved , the wis
:dom of our system of one general Juris
diction for the -Widows' and- Orphans'
Fund, and; the efficiency of. our laws
for the government of the , order. ' No
extra judicial measures have been nec
essary to meet the emergency, and all
consultation required between the su-
reme officers has been carried oit by
etter. .: j . -
Aside from . the payment of death
benefits, about $15sO0Q was contributed
voluntarily for the relief of the Irving,
who wereln want and suffering by rea
son of the eDidemic. ' , : .
Ll. til this record eYery Knight of- Itonor
may take a just pride, it places us in
f the ' front rank as 3 great benevolent
aim , pusiuess msumiiqa, auu, secures
a future of untold usefulness for our
beloved order. ' i
J. A; Gummings,
, - Supreme Dictator.
Attest: . ",' : ,
J. C. Plumer, Supreme Reporter.
AN INTERESTING REMINISCENCE.
The Wilmington ' Light Infantry A
Company of Which Jefferson Davis
is a Member.
It is not generally known, but it is a
fact, that Hon.,' Jefferson: Xayis, ex
President of the Confederate States, is
at present a member of i the company.
The circhmstanees attending bis ejec
tion to membership were mentioned by
CoL Edward Cantwell in his oration- de
livered before the company on their
24th anniversar.'the 20th of May, 1877,
the part relating to which we publish
below.,. . ....... .
In 1853 the militia of the Urrrted
States was armed with; Only int, Jand
Steel muskets,-! Percussion gun) were
rarely seeni except in the regular army.
It , became necessary to. seqttre' ,;a suffi
cient number, of the new weapons to
arm the -company. How to do 1 this,
when there were non.e issued to the
State,; was the problem, but Mr Jeffer
son Davis was secretary oE war and it
was1 understood thete were a fewjthe
arsenal at FayetteviJIe. It i waa 'i of
course useless to apply for them in the
usual way through the Governor, ariq
hence some1 other" base" of operations
had to be selected. Under: these cir
cumstances ther eompairy . resorted-to 1 a
Stratagem ; they( tmprovisea, a urwsw ae
- i.$risfr$. : A meeting was called at which
the name of - Mr. lavis. thesecretarv of
.waryi-wa .'Offered' forJadmisstonsfl !a
lnetriber of the.linpany;?1 M; of
Other resolution the captain., wm fcu
thdriied to issue to Mr tavi&:a formal
leave of absence ducing his term Of of
fice as secretarpi ,; war and to exempt
.him front all fines- tor non-attendance
iirdirresolution ai; cmmittei was Ap
pointed' to inform5 Mr.1 Datis ;'&!! these
proceedings, soticit; the hoiio of Ms ac
ceptance and request Xm influence' at
niea of the great, and glorious, armi ver
saryof ' Ameribaf hrdependence. 'The
fourth of July, 1853, was celebrated in
' Wilinlagton? with unvrshal- pirltJ A
"yaint TOfnmfttee was app6inted consist
ing of Dr. W. W. Harriss, acting for the
town authorities, Capt. Jacob Wessel
for the German Volunteers, and the
captain pf the Wilmington Light In
fantry for that body. Robt-H. Oorwan,
Esq., accepted the position of orator.
Just a few days before the fourth a
letter was received from Mr. Davis cor
dially accepting these compliments.. In
the most graceful and patriotic terms
he thanked the caDtain esneciallv fur
the indulgence adae&ye1 of absence ex- I
tDnHohitrtffnm Orinifl VJWtla" liitnnrr
the time he was acting as secretary of
war for the United States; Mr:1 Davis
closed his letter with the information
that he found no difficulty in - persuad
ing the secretary of war into a compli
ance with the wishesfif the opmnaoy.
Pdrihft sioi pad ajri adljeem iasfced
for fliejdefieryUs taeuus ant exngip
mentS.) IB acdjierxtjajiyheyiir
tived;by seiijifprs from rayeftc-
xne entire community. At this time
Col. Edward Cantwell was captain of
TerfP Jf afJrjlJrJg 0b war be
tween theitsCo.- QaiitWtll had oc
casion to V-isit- M. DiviaTft te capitol,
on business. j Mrj Davisireceived the
colonel"" with agracfous smile, but ad
dressed him as "captain," requesting
him to be seated for a moment After
a while he turned ta him and sajd:
"Wfell, captain, and ridw what can Xo
for you T -That there should be no mis
understanding or ailstake on the "cap
tain's" part; after granting thereqtfest
for which the colonel asked, he said;
"Well, captain, what has become of the
squad drills and our company? I mean
the Wilmington Lightrlnfantry ?"r Fhe
captain felt some pride in being able to
tell Mr. DaVis. the President, that his
squad and the company were both ac
tively engaged in geivice he Ctto
federacy, and 'some sixty-five of them
were commissioned officers in the army:
Hon. Jefferson Davis is now pri
vate in the Wilmmarton" IJirht Inf ant-
t ry, and ashia term" of icimoe as secretary
or .war nag expirea nis excuse from
fines 1 and ,non-attendancO" at' "regular
drills has also expired, and hB i3 .subject
to a fine for every failure to attend.
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CLOTHING IN fc VERY CONCEIVABLE
April 6, 1879,
OUR STOCK OF
AS WELL AS
SIZES AND STYLES.
SIZES AND STYLES.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU IN EVERY REGARD.
L. BERW ANGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors
SECOND STOCK. ,
.1 !,. j ii- .'!-;' - ii f-tj; ,Vi-i'. ii n-
ELECTION NOTICE .
Notice Is hereby given that un election will be
nekton the first Monday in May, (being the 6th
day. of the month), 187, at the usual polling
places in the several wards of the city of. Charlotte,
for Mayor and a Board of Aldermen for said city.
.... y.' .-. : ,,. ; f-,fi:',-.ui--.'!. "''.!;' "- '.!
. WaNoIB8trT. JohnL Elms.,
Inspectors Dr. M.M.--Orr, &M. HoweUrA.E.
' WardNot 2 Reglatrar, H. B. Williams.-
Inspectors John L. Morehead,' Dr.' William
Sloan, A B Davidson. -
i'jji VardNo. 8-Reglatrar, B, P.Boyd. ;:,
- InspectorsR. M Oates, J. H. Carson, M. A.
,staurfer'-.f .v " ' - ' - -
:Ward Na 4 Registrar, B. P. Waring.
Inspectors-J. Y. Bryce,' Rufus Barrtnger.RB.
Alexander. : - - .Tt-. S -s
M. E. ALEXANDER, SbertlLa
E& SMITH, Mayor.
March 28, 1870-tdo. .
WE ABE DAILY RECETVtNti AN FJLEGfANT ASSORTMENT OF
Representing all the hovel styles m the New York,
A general inspection Is cordially solicited.
FOR PUBLIC JISPEGTIOW,
.. '.- FOR ....
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
FINE DRESS SUITS
Of French and English Diagonals, Granites, and Cloth Coats and Vests.
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 sold m previous seasons;
We are sure that if any of our customers have ever ttfed them they will
NOT BUY ELSEWHERE.
: ' ' :
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A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
To win a fortune. ; Fifth, Distribution,
Class E, at New Orleans, Tuesday, May
13th; 1 879M08th MohtWr Drawlrur,'
: , ' . . . ! . i , - - .- , -
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
- This Institution was regularly Incorporated by
the Legislature at the State for Educational and
Charitable purposes in 186$,, ob raa rxsk at
Twxatr-nvK tbaks to wnJch Son tract the invlbla-
ble faith of the State Is pledged with i capitali ef
81,000,000, to which it has sinoo added ajtoserve
Fund of 8360,000. Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BKR DISTRIBUTION wlU laktt nlaca montair on
Uie second Tuesday. , It never scales Or postpones.
Look rtuielou)wta; u1strlbuflonr ' i
CAPITAL PRIZE, bij0,00d. " - !"
100,006 Tlcjcets at Two Dollars each.
eto, OneDollar, -
LIST Of FRiESi !!
. 1 Capital
. 2 Prizes o
" 5 Prizes of
lOQ PriaasoC r
200 Prizes of
, 50 10,
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1857 PrizeSi amounting to S119.4M
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Write, dearifitattag diU addross. for
' Postoffloe Box 692, New Orleans, Louisiana
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the supervision Srkf management ot GENERALS
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, The undersigned is noir prepared to Oil all
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fair evory Sas of UndertaUng. t' Having on taztdi a
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COFFINS, CASKETS AND BURIAL CASES.?
Both Wood and Metallc
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Hearses furnished if desired.
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Furniture of every Description Repaired at sh'oV
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IB A FIRST CLASS
Smoze call and tzet a Sudor, at .:K.' J:uUiJ
i - LeROY DAVIDSON'S.
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STYLE AND PRICE.
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E. Di LATTA & BRO.
The finest ever exhibited 'in the city of
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For Vmn and Boys wear,
WINDSOR i . M .
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In Stripes iMid" plaids, suitable forLa
dies as wey. as Gents.
As low in price as' B5 eehts -per dozen.
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' TOMPLE ASSMEN. ( .'
i OK THE PUBLIC
Is a Chance for k Fair trial. 'U
Including Note, Letter, Sertnon, . Legal and Fools
cap, which they propose to sell Cheap for cash! '
Also French Paper. of eyprydescrtpUen. wlth En
velopes to match. . ',
Also Paper m boxes, to Butt the most fastidious.
1 " SOCIAL ' ETTRJUETTE' W NEW YORK. "
lA.standard treatise npon the law .of good society
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ai lot j jaatiieeeived.
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RUI?BEK ;ITS, '
A Pea by sdmeeoasuleredi superior to a G0W Pen
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,. TIDDY-4BBO. are- alaq ogr.ta. for Esaarson'
Celebrated Rubber . . .
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andanyiorders given thamjwllVreefJyerjTn
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STATE Of NORTH CAROLINA, 1- In Probst
ij YaxuOn.Connnr.it j f .-Cow.
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Th4Berr't liiwlor'BenlamlA Sreeejised
ijirartatoftbasaifafBin of the Court that
LyAa-imni&, rtf t Patoa- Ilmn)4t,:BBnBh
Felt8LwUe ofTohsT Jeltsi John 8 parks, aad Eliza
bethTKeddliv wife; ol John Beddlkvart heirs at law
in this case and non-residents of the State,1 J -rji '
i Kici theraforecon motion otdered by the Court
tbatadveittsemont be jnada foe six, weeks, in Tn
CHARLOTra Obsbbvib, notifying said- defendants
to RnrtMu- at the Clerks emee In VadklnrlUe' with
in! twenty lay after service ef this notice, and let
them take notice that if they fail to appear that the
same will be taken pmjopfemjm&isq as to
Given trader mv 'hand anA seal of ofOoe to Yad
kl?vlite, this tfthdoTOyiJ.
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A GREEN H0C3K AND;;,
:1At TOUR TOST bFEKA I
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Send and'gef 'mycataieLot choice'
House and Bedding Hants., , . , ,, ...
We can send slants throutrh the maU to any part
Seedsman and FlorlsV -,
March 26-2m. y - . Raleigh, N.C